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THE CHURCHES
OUR LADY OF MERCY
CHURCH
Eureka, Mont.
The Sacrifice of the Mass—Eu
except 9 fhe * d^SS
two Sundays the hour is'll a m
Rexford, 11:30 a. m. on ali^'un
days except the 4th and 5lh. On
those two Sundays the hour is 9:30
a. m. is ».ou
The Sacrament of Penance— Eu
reka Saturday at 4 and 7:30 p. m.
Rexford, 4th and 5th Sundays at
9:15 a. m. * *"
The Sacrament of Baptism—Sun
_jy afternoon by appointment
H l Sd»v? a «# ifiC Ki 0f *. the . M £ ss ? n
Holydays of obligation In Eureka
No 7 MaM IOCk p an< f 9 ii 30 oclock a - m -
No Mass in Rexford.
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Libby
every Sunday, 8:00 and
HhOO a. m.
Confessions Saturday evenings,
7.30 to 8:30.
Baptisms by appointment.
Holy Days of Obligation Masses
at 7:15 and 8:00.
ST. MARY'S CHURCH j
Troy j
Masses the second and fourth j
Saturday of the month at 9:30 a. m. i
FORTINE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Arvid Erickson, Pastor
Sunday school, 10:30 a. m. j
Worship service, 11:30 a. m. i
Jr. Young People's Service, 7:45
p. m.
Evangelistic service, 8:15 p. m. |
Prayer meeting, 8:00 p. m. Wed-i
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dn
nesday.
TREGO COMMUNITY S
SCHOOL
Sunday morning 10:30 a.
We will furnish transportation.
HAROLD ERICKSON
m.
Classes
FIRST baptist euiiDmi
Î,,^V ST CHURCH
Snndav Servie, c
ing am q h i
: Mnrninlwîf
6 30 n Vn u
7-30 n Pvfnilft!* h F ® llowshl
m H», t m P ?C Sci V1Ce '
Tuesd^ ( k v^?bfi in 7 3n •
lutsday evening, 7.30, Choir prac
„ „ . _ r.
lh Meetfnc and R?hi Prayer
Meeting and Bible Study.
CHURCH OF GOD
Sunday:
II a. m. Morning worship.
10 a. m. Sunday school,
for all ages.
7 p. m. Young People's meeting.
8 p. m. Evening worship.
8 p. m. Prayer meeting.
Everyone welcome to
our services.
REV. B. H. APPLEGATE,
Pastor.
(tf)
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH
The subject for the Lesson-Ser
evening, March
mon for Sunday
10 -: Ma n"
Wednesdajr evening meetings at
8.00 o clock.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
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KlCh Ham Muffins
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li Cup Butter
Cup Chopped Ham
Cream butter. Add ham;
add G£?c Add siffpd drv incrr*ori
.ients alternately with^milk g d '
y K .
Fill greased gem tins (twelve)
three-quarters full. 'Bake twenty
minutes at 350 degrees F.
1 Egg
1 Cup Sifted Flour
/i Cup Graham Flour
3 Teaspoons Baking Powder
1 Cup Milk
Rich, of substantial texture,
ceptionally good.
Ex
Sno-White
Market
— We Deliver —
TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Will Open Soon Under Auxiliary
Management.
Watch for
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ANNOUNCEMENT
THE VFW DINING ROOM IS CLOSED TEMPORARILY
The VFW Club room is completed and will be open for Club
members and guests only.
Our meetings are the First and Third Friday of each
month at Legion Hall.
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1 10:0 ° A ' M ' Classes
UnnHav 11 Sna w^hi ,, n
S o^Hork ß Worshlp ' 11:00
Tuesday Praver service 7-45
Thursdav rhriet'. Lhi Q . .
Thursday, Christ 8 Ambassadors
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day SchS>l d MING TOTmV* SU °*
sf.L»vU TS u
Sunday. » Da y: honor
1 ppv irrw mavtoc d ♦
RE V, LEON H. AYERS. P astor,
FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH
Morning Worship next Sunday
Mar. 10, 1st. Sunday in Lent wiR
begin a { n a . m . Lrmon Theme
The Christian Worker's True Source
of Joy, Luke 10:17-20
Sunday School 9:45 a. m
The Sr. Confirmation ciass will
meet a t the parsonage at 7:30 p m
on Monday.
The Junior class will meet at the
church on Saturday at 10:30.
The Wednesday classes meet at I
'the church. ,
The Senior Ladies' Aid will meet ;
on Thursday afternoon of next week I
at 2:00 p. m., with Mrs. John Knud-j
son -
The choir will meet for rehearsal,
jnext Thursday evening at eight'of
°' clock - The place will be announ- ■
ced at Services. I
The Church council will meet al i
lbe cl| urch on Monday of next week !
at 8:00 P- m -
Everyone is inivited to the Len
t ® n Services which are held at the j
church every Wednesday evening j
at 7:30. The theme next Wednesday
is, The Glorious Word of Pardon, I
Luke 23.43. j
H. C. HJ ORTHOLM, Pastor '
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! ST JOHNS EV. LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
i "The Little Cathedral in the Pines"
Divine Service Sundays II a.
Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Mid-week Lenten Service, Wed
nesdays, 7.30 P. M. .
Sunday, March 10. 2:30 P. M.
j the New Central School Building
I Auditorium, two motion pictures
! will be shown for the public,!
"Youth for the Kingdom," and "The
Four R's." Admission Free. Come
and bring your friends.
Tuesday. March 12. 7:30 P. M.
Walther League in the Church.
„ Thc Choir rehearses after the
Wednesday Lenten Services.
Ladies' Aid this Thursday, March
7 ' 8 P M - at the home of Mrs. A.
P Agather. Adult Lecture Course for
a]1 interested in the teachings of
the Luther an Church or in Church
membership will begin Monday
March 11, 8 P. M. at the parsonage,
The Course will deal with Christ-,
ian fundamentals, and will be given
at the parsonage. Come and bring
your friends.
H. HASSKAMP. B. D.
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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
9:45—Sunday School
11:00 Morning Worship
The subject of the sermon this
Sunday, will be "The Value of
things. Our worship services dur
> n g the first part of this month are
(Centered around the idea of Stew
j ardshlp so that we shal] be wel ,
prepared spiritually for our Every
Member Canvass later in the month.
We invite you to worship with us.
I 4 -'30—Senior High Westminster
Fellowship. We will continue mak
ing the plans for our dinner,
j 6:00—Junior High Westminster
i Fellowship.
7:30—Our group of young adults
I will meet at the manse. Any per
son of this age group is cordially
invited to join this group.
Circle A will meet tomorrow,
mix-'Ktw h Manse with Mrs.
C]a yton M. Shotwull as hostess.
The ™,D thly meetin Ê of the Eld
ers and Trustees will be held at
, the church at 8:00 tomorrow
! ing. March 8.
even
Circle B will meet on Wednesday
evening, March 13, at the Manse
I with Mrs. Clayton M. Shotwell
the hostess. •%
The Senior High Westminster
Fellowship will serve a Ham Din
ner on Wednesday evening, March
20. The public is inivited.
CLAYTON M. SHOTWELL.
Minister.
as
THE METHODIST CHURCH
(Libby & Troy)
Libby:— E. ROY FORT. Pastor
Junior Woman's Society of Christ
ian Service this Friday evening at
8:00 in the Leach home; Mrs. H.
Thomson, leader of worship;
tor leading Bible study.
pas
ALIAS SUMMONS
No. 2109
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
i ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
! OF THE STATE OF MONTANA,
1 IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
LINCOLN.
j MAE KEITH Plaintiff vs. A. G.
J FOUSEK . as Trustee. HOMER Mc
CULLOUGH. LENORA D. MIL
' V £* Mc °P VERN . BARBARA KIL
LAM - ELENE ALDRICH, t h e
STATE OF MONTANA, the un
known heirs of MILAN P. KEITH,
deceased - the unknown heirs of
ELENORE NUTT, deceased, the un
knoW n heirs of LOT A. NUTT, de
ceased and all persons, unknown,
claiming or
any right, title,
terest in > or hen or encumbrance
H pon > the real Property described
in , the complaint, or any thereof.
advers Ç to plaintiff's ownership, or
any cloud upon plaintiff's title
t h e , ret o- whether such claim or pos
? lbl , e claim be present or contingent,
^eluding any claim or p«ssible
claim of dower, inchoate or accrued.
ndantS
above named Defendants, and
to all other
GREETING: .
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
to answer the Complaint
action, which is filed in the office
cf the Clerk of this Court, a copy
which is herewith served upon
you, and to file your answer and
serve a copy thereof upon k the
Plaintiff's attorney within twenty
( 20) days after the service of this
'Summons, exclusive of the day of
service, and in case of your failure
to appear or answer, judgment will
be taken against you. by default,
for the relief demanded in the Com
olaint: This action is brought for
the purpose of quieting title to the
land situated in Lincoln
who might claim
estate or
in
THE STATE OF MONTANA to
persons unknown,
in this
.Montana, described as follows:
I Lot 5 in Section 4, Township 34
North, Range 26 west M. P. M.,
excepting a tract of 5 acres more
. or less, particularly described
| m wium commencing on the
i meander line of Fortine Lake at
j the Northeast corner of said Lot
in ! 5 : thence extending in a south
°rly direction along said meander
! bne and subdivision line a dis
tance of 610 feet; thence west,
! " 4 °0 feet; and thence northerly
I to the north line of said Lot 5;
! The East half of-the Southwest
Quarter, and the South half .of
the Southeast quarter, and the
Northwest quarter of the South
e ast quarter in Section 4. Town
shi P 34 North. Range 26 West
M. P. Rtf., and
- The East half, the East half of
i the West half and the North
| west quarter of the Northwest
I Quarter of Section 9. Townshio
i 34 North, Range 26 West M. P. M.
Together with all and singular
th e tenements and appurtenances
thereunto belonging
way appertaining,
anci determining ambiquity
certainty in the description of
ception to Lot 5 above mentioned.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal
of said Court this 28th day of Feb
ruary. 1946.
FRED F. CLARK
Clerk of said Court.
(COURT SEAL)
ROGNLIEN and MURRAY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Kalispell, Montana.
as
a parallel parcel of land 400 feet
in width commencing on the
meander line of Fortine Lake at
m.
or in any
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4t—M 7-14-21-28
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Worship Service 11:00 a. m.
Sr, Woman's Society of Christian
Service Wednesday, March 13 at
2:00 in Mrs. Tillie Porter's home;
Mrs. Heller, leader of worship- Mrs
Fort, program leader.
Sunday School 10:30
Worship service 3:00
a. m.
p. m.
LENTEN FOODS
Kroft Dinner
Boy-ar-Dee Meatless Spaghetti Dinner
Lynden Twistee Noodle Dinner
Ferg 7 s Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce

Salmon
Sardines
Fresh Oysters - Halibut
Kippered Salmon
Tuna Fish
Clams
Fresh Salmon
FLOWER and GARDEN
-SEEDS
Buy Now While Our Stocks Are Complete
SLEIZER'S GROCERY
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MONTANA
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Garage Doors
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QUICK, EASY TO INSTALL - NO ARMS - NO POSTS
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Knox Mealmaster Wood
and Coal Range;
McDonald electric centrifugal deep
well pump with 40-gal. tank; also McDonald\eciprocating shallow well electric
pump with 40-gal, tank; electric steam radiators;
Zenith 40-gal. electric hot
tings; Kitchen Stools.
water tanks; Large double cast-iron sinks with fi
ALSO ROPE:—All Sizes, including lariat
:ope.
NEW CARD TABLES — Pal all-metal baby walker-jstrollers.
GERINGERE' HARDWARE
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, CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to all in this community and
"«'»s dnu oeam oi our
husband and father. We wish to
th ank, especially, Rev. Fort, the
sin g ei 'S; and pallbearers, and those
who sent flowers and cards.
Mrs. Charles Myers
Mrs. Sarah Croucher
Mrs. Jesse Nielsen
Mrs. Jessie Nielsen
Mrs. Joseph Myers
Mrs. Nellie Zimmer.
elsewhere who have been so kind
and helpful to the family; during
the lon ê illness and death of
husband and father
Joe McCallum returned to Hot
Springs on the bus Wednesday of
last week.
PRECISION
Watch Repair
rv
\ C
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Put your watch in the hands
of our skilled technicians for
expert repairs . . All work
guaranteed.
WELCH'S
Jewelry & Gift Shop
Libby
Montana
REBEKAHS HOLD ANNUAL
ROLL CALL MEETING
The regular business session of
the Rebekah Lodge was the an
nual Roll Call meeting held Tues
day night. Each member responded
with a verse, a tea towel or 25c.
A good crowd was in attendance
and many sent greetings from out
of town.
Plans were made for a basket
OUR ORGANIZATION REACHES
BUYERS IN ALL PARTS OF AMERICA
Several nice acreages near city.
38 acres one half mile from city.
Farms of all sizes, on good roads, plenty of water.
bus stop at door.
9 Lots in Block 1, Libby.
1 3-room Home furnished.
2 3-rooms in South Libby.
1 3-room East Libby.
School
JOHN F. BOWEN
Strout Agent for Lincoln County
PHONE £7F31
P. O. BOX 662
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any day or month is SUIT
TIME! New colors to make
up a gay spring and styles
with new notes such as
winged sleeves and more
fullness to make up a fash
ionable spring; but you can
be sure the old Penney
quality is still there ....
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ALL WOOL GABARDINE ,
SUITS
22.50
Black Only - Ei^es 10 - 20
social with cards and dancing to
be given March 9 at the Odd Fel
low's Hall. All Odd Fellows, Re
bekahs and friends are invited to
come. Ladies bring baskets.
—Regular meetings of the VFW
and the auxiliary the first and third
Friday of each month, 8 p.
at the Legion Hall.
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