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THE CHURCHES
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Sunday Services.
10-00 a m Sunday School.
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship. j
6:30 p. m. Baptist Youth Fellowship ;
7-30 p m Evening Praise Service. !
Midweck Meetings: !
Tuesday evening, 7 30, Choir prac
t i ce ' ' :
Thursday evening. 7:30, Prayer j
Meeting and Bible Study.
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OUR LADY OF MERCY ;
CHURCH !
Eureka, Mont. • j
The Sacrifice of the Mass Eu- ;
reka, 9:.10 a. m. on all Sundays j
except the 4lh and 5th. On those s
two Sundays the hour is 11 a.^ m. ;
4th m änd n 5« Sl On
days except the 4th and oln. un
those two Sundays the hour is 9:30
a ^ j
The Sacrament of Penance— Eu
reka, Saturday at 4 and 7:30 p. m.
Rexford, 4th and 5th Sundays at
t>:15 a. m.
The Sacrament of Baptism—Sun- .
day afternoon by appointment.
The Sacrifice of the Mass on
Holydays of obligation in Eureka
at 7 o'clock and 9:30 o'clock a. m.
No Mass in Rexford.
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Libby
Masses every Sunday, 8:00 and
10:00 a. rm
Confessions
7:30 to 8:30.
Baptisms by appointment.
Holy Days of Obligation Masses
at 7:1 5 and 8:00. _
ST. MARY'S CHURCH
Troy
Masses the second and fourth
flaturda y of the month at 9:30 a. m.
TREGO COMMUNITY SUNDAY
SCHOOL
Sunday morning 10:30 a. m.
We will furnish transportation.
HAROLD ERICKSON
Saturday evenings.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH
The subject for the Lesson-Ser
tnon for Sunday evening, March
31 is "Reality."
Wednesday evening meetings at
8:00 o'clock.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Eureka
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CHURCH OF GOD
Sunday:
11 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.
Evcrvr.no welcome t
'REV. B. H. APPLEGATE.
Pastor.
Classes
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Sunday school. 10:00 A. M. Classes j
for all ages.
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Sunday night Revival hour, 7:45.
Tnocrin,. nnvnr ccrvicc_
_ Tuesday evening p , > st e
,:45 (home of Mrs. H Nelson)
Wednesday evening Bible Study—
7:45. 'Seeing the Story of the Bible.'
ThnrcH'iv' Phrief«
Serïice d 7 45 C Ambassadois
Don't'send your children to Sun
day School.-BRING THEM!
c, m j. v y nrr r„ riav imnnr
it bv attending church " '
REV LEON H AYERS Pastor
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THE METHODIST CHURCH
LIBBY
Sunday school . 9:45 A. M.
Worship Service, 11 a. m.
High School Youth Fellowship,
5:30.
E. ROY FORT, Pastor
FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH
Morning Worship next Sunday,
March 31, 4th Sunday in Lent, will
begin at 11.00 a. m. Sermon Theme;
The Imparlance of the "Hard-Say
mg" of Christ. John 6: 52-65.
Sunday School will begin at 11:00
a. m.
The Sr. Confirmation class will
meet at the parsonage at 7:30 p. m.
on Tuesday.
The Junior class will meet at the
church on Saturday at 10:30 a. m.
The Wednesday classes meet at
the church.
The Junior Ladies' Aid will meet
at the home of Mrs. Chris Ramlo
on Thursday evening of next week
at 7:30..
The Luther League will meet at
five o'clock next Sunday afternoon
at the Ingvar Ronning home.
The Brotherhood meets on Fri
day evening of this week at the
church at 8:00 p. m.
The Lenten Service at the church
on Wednesday will begin at 7:30
p. m. Sermon Theme: "The Agoni
zed Word of the Voice from the
Pulpit-Cross. John 19: 28-29.
H. C. HJORTHOLM, Pastor
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
9:45—Sunday School
11:00 Morning Worship
This Sunday marks the last Sun
day of the 1945-46 church year. The
subject of the sermon will be "A
New Chapter of Our History." This
will begin a new series of sermons
leading up to Easter and our 50th
Anniversary Celebration which be
gins that day.
5:00 —The Westminster Fellowship
for both Senior High and Junior
High^ young people will meet at
5:00.
The Communicant's Class meets
on Wednesdays at 4:15 at the Manse.
The Bible Study Group will meet
next Thursday evening at the Manse
at 7:30. All are invited.
Choir practice meets on Thurs
day at 8:30 at the Ratekin home.
CLAYTON M. SHOTWELL,
Minister.
LOG CHURCH HOLDS
UNIQUE SERVICE
Unique indeed, and of much in
terest to all in attendance, was the
service held last Sunday morning
■ it the Tv o g Church Du rin g this
service the Cradle Roll babies were
introduced to the Sunday School
land members of the congregation.
The platform setting pictured
livingroom scene in a typical Ameri
can home of today. Across the
wall of the platform was suspended
a large banner displaying the motto
of the Cradle Roll Dep't. "A Chris
tian Home for Every Baby." In
the center of the platform stood a
baby bassinett, mounted on rockers
and decorated in appropriate baby
Élue and pink. From the corners of
the bassinett were attached white'
ribbon streamers held by four little
girls in white. (Alice Lentz. Diana
Nelson, Annabelle Knipprath and
Sharon Ayers). As each baby was|
rocked, a song of "welcome" was
sung by five of the primary girls>
A little paper entitled "The Cradle
Roll Home" and certificates were
mothers were presented with
lovely corsage.
Adding color and variety to the
program, special numbers were ren
dered by the tiny lots of the Sun
day school: A trjf> by Betty, Anna-j
belle and Wi'ma Knipnrath: a solo
hv Dorothy Morrison; trio by Sharon
Sherman and Gary Ayers: conclud
mg with a solo by Diana Nelson.
A fitting climax to the service
'came when honor was given to Mr.
and" M> :. Arthur E. Barr, Sr., in
celebration of their 66th wedding,
anniversary, and a gift was presen
ted to them in behalf of the Sun
day school and church. Mr. and
Mrs. Barr have resided in Libby
j nce 1913.
Rev. Leon H. Ayers concluded
the st ' rv \ ct 'v bri r ging " a Very imp ^ r '
ta nt and timely message on the
.. Chr i stian Home"
V.UI.suaii numt.
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[SOCIETY MET
s
The Y f >une Married Peoole's Soc
of St. John's Lutheran Church
held its regular meeting Sunday
nicht at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Vfnr.se A (father with Mr. and Mrs.
leopard Slei/er as co-hosts. The
regular business meeting included
longthv discussion of a congrega
"ionic to be sponsored bv
the y M P S '
Durine the' meeting Beniamin
; Kntheryn Noils and Jcnnv
IPolseth were admitted as members.
'Sitin'? gu»sts were Mr, and Mrs.
The business
-eeting was followed h- a discus
; '. n of the Piet ist ic Movement of
♦h- ]7(h and IPth centuries led bv
Re v II Ha-'-kamn '
Kenneth
Soencer.
VI p,. Q
ge Botch» k was pre
scr.ted with a farewell gift 1 by the
sock-tv. Mrs. BotcHek will join her
t ho
?as accented a iob at the
The
meeting concluded with entertain
[^"hos^ refrcshments served ^
I.VN'NOrNrE ENGAGEMENT
THEIR DAI GUTER
Mr.
husband
Potrhek
N' ils mill in Klickitat. Wash.
near future.
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» Mr. and Mrs. Sherman O. Noel;
| announce- the engagement of their
daughter Margaret to Melvin O
i Heath of Libbv
I ' , LIODy.
| Miss Noel is a graduate of Libby
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dental îffiS? V d ' D SH 3
u^ntal oltice.
Heath is also a graduate of
H bby Higb SchouL He bas rt>cent -
ly returne-d from eighteen months
overseas duly in the European
Theatre, where he served as cor-1
poral with the anti-aircraft artil- j
lery and plans to attend the Univer
sity ol Montana in the fall.
The wedding is planned to take '
place around the 15th of July. 1
ENTRE NOUS
The Entre Nous Club was cn
tertained Thursday afternoon of
] aÿt week at the home of Mrs
o. L. Hoffman. Two tables were
j n play, and Mrs. O. L. Gillespie
won high honors,
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THE METHODIST CHURCH
TROY
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Worship Service, 3 p. m.
E. ROY FORT, Pastor ( Libby) '
ST. JOHN'S EV. LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
"The Little Cathedral in the Pines' ;
Divine Service Sundays 11 a. m.
Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Wednesday Evening Lenten Scr-;
vice 7:30 P. M. Sermon Theme:
"There's a Knock At Your Heart
By Someone Who Speaks For You."'
Choir rehearsal after the Wednes
day evening service.
Ladies' Aid Thursday evening, 1
April 4. at the home of Mrs. Éric |
Erickson.
St. John's services are for all the!
people of the community—not only I
for its members. We therefore in- ;
vite you to our services, especially !
during this blessed Lenten season, i
H. HASSKAMP. B. D.
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ST. MICHAEL'S - EUREKA
(Episcopal)
Thursdays:
7:30 p. m.
Lepten Service,
FORTINE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Sunday school, 10:30 a. m.
Worship Service, 11:30 a. m. Spec
ial Speaker. -Rev. John Newman.
Evening Service dismissed to join ;
with the "Youth Rally" in the Eur
eka Baptist Church.
Prayer meeting, 8:00 p. m. Wed
nesday.
Arvid Erickson, Pastor
ST. LUKE'S - LIBBY
( Episcopal)
Wednesday mornings: — Church |
School.
PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLE A
HAS MISSIONARY TOPIC
missionary program
presented by Mrs. John McRell at
the meeting of Circle A Friday,
March 22, at the home of Mrs. Otto
Griep. ,
Mrs. McRell stressed the sugges
tion that "Christian motives can be
put into society only by putting
them into the hearts of one person
"Our Christin Dynamics" was the
| topic of the
after another."
j SILVER CLUB
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j Mrs - L ! oiax?1 Wednes
W of enter '
■ ^ ined ^.^Iver Club^ There were
tbree l ^? es T of F.° T ? Bh ^ n ^ e - 11 ?
^ Mrs. Leslie Leigh won 1st
rize - Mrs ' Roy M-_ Sherman. 2 d
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, Mrs ' Sherman.
Study Club Meets
The first meeting presided over
by the new President Mrs. Bae
men on the First day of Spring was
a supper meeting, something new
and it was indeed a success.
After a lovely recast they were
shown three films. "Our Solar Sys-;
stem," "Beach and Sea Animals,"
and "Life Cycle of the Butterfly."
Mr. J. R. Culver was the operator
of the movies. *
A short business meeting and com
ments on Sweden which will be
held over for the next meeting,

Mrs. Willis M - Rosenthal of
rnlumhus Nobr arrived last Wed
Columbus. Nobr.. armed last wed
nesday for a morths visit at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter S. Gibbons.
Mrs. W. C. Zollars, vice president,
conducted inspiring devotionals.
A ten dollar contribution was
voted for Westminster Foundation
in Montana.
and Mrs. James Christie guest
EUREKA ITEMS
Madara-Parker
Mrs. Jean Madara. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wetzel of Eur
eka and W. C. Parker, son of Mr.
, , ,, , , , ...
and Mrs. Dan Parker of Libby were
united in marriage in the Immanuel
!f B U t t h heran church ° f Seatt,e ' March
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; cia * ed . a * tbe doublc ri ceremony.
Mrs. Parker is a graduate of Lin
T oln Cou P ,v High School, and has
^een working as tele^raoher for the
Great Northern R. R, for the past
a „ , :i " . 1
Mr ' Park >r 15 a returned veteran i
of 38 months service in the Pad- j
', 1C a ^ a - He was a member of
* ^ 41st Division. He is attending i
school at the University of washing-1
ton.
The Rev. H. A. Stub offi
been getting
grandson,
the young man and h;s mother are
getting alcng nicely '
Mrs. Harold Miller returned Fri- :
day from Spokane where she has
acquainted with her
Fred Clark. III. Both
Bowling League
'Womens League - Thursday Night;
League Standings Won Lost
Brown's Hi Pe, wer 45 33 !
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Im» L Yf . ™
The CciboOSO. ...36. .^9
[Model Cafe . 27 . 51
70 ^ igh single game ' team ' V ' F ' W ''
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High senes, team, V. F. W,, 2067.
High series, team, with handicap,
V. F W„ 3065.
Keep This In Mind!
When you are looking for a
gift, any kind of gift; whether
it is for a wedding, birthday,
Mothers Day, or just a friendly
gift; the Buckingham Jewelry
Store is the most likely place
to find it; and the price will
be right.
We are experts in the judg
ment of quality, style and
good taste for that certain
GIF'T. If you are in doubt,
look over the beautiful things
now on display in our win
dows. . . Come in, we will help
you.
The new goods just received,
consists of Ear rings and drops
beautiful rings in diamonds
and precious stones. Pearl
necklaces, agate jewelry and
beautiful rings in Blackhiils
Gold. Compacts, in gold and
ornamented. Coat pins and
dress pins to match ear drops.
Both in silver and gold. Some
very beautiful hand wrought
pieces.
To appreciate the as
sortment, be sure to
see the up-to-the
minute display, at
the.
Buckingham
Jewelry Store
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TRACK TEAM TO
START PRACTICE
Equipment has been issued to
about thirty boys who will start j
training as soon as weather per
mits for t he annual track season. A |
good schedule has been arranged
and prospects are very good for
another sucessful year of competi
tion by the Libby High School team,
Last year the local team won the
Class B State Championship meet
at. Missoula and many of the same
boys are back this year to try to
repeat their good performances.
The tentative schedule for the
coming season is as follows:
April 30—Triangular meet, Bon- 1
ners Ferry, Creston, Canada and
Libby High.
April 27—Triangular meet, Libby,
Poison and Flathead County at
Poison,
May 4—Invitational meet at Poi
son. All schools of this district and
other schools invited.
May 11—County meet in Libby.!
Lincoln County High School, Troy i
High and Libby High.
May 16-17—State Inter-Scholastic j
meet at Missoula.
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Read the Advertising in The
WESTERN NEWS!
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Meat Balls
2 pounds round steak
1 -x pound suet
2 teaspoons salt
I -, teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon mace or dressing
2 tablespoons flour
2 eggs
2 cups milk or cream
I I x quarts beef stock
butter.
Grind meat and suet five times;
stir in seasonings and flour.
Beat in thoroughly one egg at
a time and add milk gradually,
beating until spongy and light.
Shape into meat balls with tea
spoons dipped in cold water and
boil in beef stock about 5 min
utes. Brown in butter and
serve with brown sauce made
from beef stock. Flavor sauce
with sherry, if desired, using
3 tablespoons sherry to 2 cups
sauce. These meat balls are
usually made in quantity, boil
i cl in .stuck, then canned and
used as needed. If desired,
brawn the uncooked meat balls
and cook in brown sauce about
>2 hour. Approximate yield:
6 dozen small meat balls.
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TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS

BALANCE-'BUDGET
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When You Shop at the Kootenai Grocery
CUT MACARONI
R & W, 24-oz.
GRAPEFRUIT
Carlton, No. 2 .
TOMATO JUICE
R & W, 46-oz.
22c
PALMOLIVE SOAP
Regular, 3 for
PALMOLIVE SOAP
Bath, Per Bar
PEET'S MECHANIC
3 For
20c
30c
10c
25c
20c
35c
PEACHES
Brimful, No. 2*2 .
COFFEE
R & W, 1 Lb.
ITALIAN DINNERS
Boy-R-Dee, Each
GARDEN PEAS
R & W, No. 2, 2 for
PEAS
B & W, No. 2, 2 for
31c
CRACKERS
Snow Flake, 2 pounds
SOUP MIX
Betty Crocker, 4-oz., 3 for
FEDERAL MILK
Tall, 4 for
35c
27c
35c
38c
29c
1.40
CIGARETTES
Popular Brands, Carton
27c
27c
PISMO CLAMS
'2 's, Each
PANCAKE FLOUR
Sperry, 3 Lbs.
HERSHEY S COCOA
One-half Pound
WHITE CORN
25c
32c
Our Value, No. 2, 2 for
BABY FOOD
80C
10c
R & W or Gerber's, 4'/2-oz., Dozen
PEANUT BUTTER
Skippy, No. 1 .
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE
R & W, 46-oz.
39c
11 c
WHEATIES
g ounce Box
33c
WHEAT BISCUITS
Nabisco Shredded, Flach
lie
ORANGE JUICE
49c
VAN CAMP'S BEANS
31c
Pasco, Per Can
In Tomato Sauce, 12-oz., 3 for
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR
R & W, No, 2 Vi .
CORN FLAKES
R & W, 18-oz., 2 for
PINK SALMON
No. 1 Tall .
27c
22c
TOMATO JUICE
Yakima Farmer, 46-oz.
27c
35c
SAUERKRAUT
Red & White, 2*/2, 2 for
23c
SALAD DRESSING
31c
Sunspun, 8-oz. Jar, 2 for
Kootenai Mercantile Company
Grocery Department
R. W. Smithberger Thursday of
last week attended a State Banker's
Ass'n area meeting, held in Mis
soula. GI x loans were the main
jt ern of discussion, and a worth
while and interesting meeting was
held
FILLED TO CAPACITY!
We are not able to take more Cleaning
until after April 8.
Please cooperate and bring only the garments
needed for Easter.
When we are located in our new quarters we expect
to be able to handle all thè business more efficiently,
giving prompt service.
FASHION CLEANERS
Values For
THRIFTY SHOPPERS
PER PKG.
PORTER'S FRILLETTE
23c
Egg Noodles
WITH MEAT
BOY-AR-DEE
10c
Spaghetti Sauce
2 LB. PKG.
SUGAR RIPE
37c
Prunes
1 LB. PKG.
JORGENSON'S DANISH
49c
Cookies
|||| WORK SOX 25c
South Libby Purity Store
PER PAIR
MEN'S E & F
Mrs. H. M. Smith returned to her
home here, Saturday, after a visit
in Colfax, Wash.
Fay Dickey and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff
Miller, who accompanied her to
Libby, returned Sunday to their
homes in Colfax.
Mr. and Mrs.

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