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TROY NEWS
Friendly Club
The Friendly Club met at the
home of Mrs. Lynn Mitchell
Thursday. Mrs. Loren Stapley was
assisting hostess. At noon dinner
was served, and the afternoon was
spent at fanciwork, visiting and
contests. Mrs. Laura Johnson won
one of the contests, and Mrs. Bon
nie Sloan won a prize for making
the most attractive spring hat from
crepe paper.
A hand painted picture done by
Mrs. Harriet Savage was raffled off
and the proceeds went to the Red
Cross. Mrs. Bill Perry was the lucky
lady. The next meeting will be at
Ravs of sunshine entered manv
Trov' homes when on Friday even
kig the Girls of the troop soW bril
liant vellow daffodils These were
shipped from the coast and as there
were many buds in the lot fresh
flowers were assured the natrons
tetyTl00*f/owers^ 0 On SaturdTyMiï
Sales called for some cf the girls
again as she had received a gift
of 12 dozen daffodils from her
father. These were sold in record
time and the treasury of the Girl
Scout Organization here has been
Mrs. Bill Perry's on April 4th.
Girl Scouts Sell Daffodils
On ,
hi m w S ' ( Hod -
frLn^ o Mrs. Westover
Westm/er party at * he
Hodges on his birthday""111 biys
surnriw^rm^ 5 invited, and the
success H,. '\ as a g enuir
pifts Tho a f lDr „ many
olavinp mit ftnor ^ aS S J? e111
hin inÄ'lv „■ g ' base '
„ IS eV 7 m , ng a Y mer /° aS u
ice-cream'fin nichfri^h 311 ^ San , dV Tii C ''
bovs ill hnn i * \i 1 ° dessert. The
mânv more aî oni™°hi d J 13 »? 0
days y D Just as enjoyable birtn
Ât tho „ ,■ , „ .
i (u„ 1 , , n (, t ,:ng of Pack
increased considerably. Mesdames
Joy, Laffoon and McDougall assisted
Mrs. Sales in arranging the bou
quets.
A luncheon is planned in the
Methodist Church parlors for next
Saturday. The proceeds will go to
the Girl Scouts. The public patron
age is solicited.
Cub Scouts
ment te ls ^ P bS C ac uevc "
mho „c d , », „
Mrs \V t, IpS '■ ?
Friday they eniov.d a 'tuîho^r
hike. Den chief ' Ray Dunec
them J d
, . met at the
home of Mrs. Walter Morrison on
March 39. The president. Mrs. Joy
was in the chair for the first meet
ing since December when she left
Troy to spend a vacation in Wash
ington. I
conducted.
Troy Woman's Club
Troy Woman's Club
The routine business was,
Mrs. Farris, Secretary,
read a lovely letter of appreciation
from Mrs. D. T. Wood a charter
member of the Troy Club who is
»pending the winter in Spokane.
Mrs. Wood s health has been poor
but friends are pleased to know she
is improving. The hostesses, Mrs.
Morrison and Mrs, Ninncman, plan
ned a short St. Patricks Day prog
ram, but Mrs. Morrison was called
away suddenly lo Spokane so Mrs.
Ninneman carried cut the thime.
Two contests were given.
McDougall
Mrs. Cole
won one while Mrs.
Dixon, Mrs. Drury and Mrs. Peter
son tied in the second,
neman "gave a brief resume of St
Patrick's history. Mrs. Maurice
Nelson told how through the years
the shamrock has heid the place
that originally belonged to the hop
clover. Mrs. Sagen gave a short
history of Ireland, it's customs and
languages.
Shades of the Emerald Isle hung
oyer the appropriate table decora
tions and even perpetuated them
selves into the delicious lunch
served. Mrs. R. L. Slee
special guest.
Mrs. Nin
was' a
Former Episcopal Rector
Goes to Astoria
Of interest to his many friends
here is the announcement of the
election of navy Chaplain Arthur
B. Ward as rector of the Grace Epi
scopal Church in Astoria.
Ward was rector in Trop at
time.
Rev.
one
VFW Smoker a Success
The Smoker held last Saturday
evening and the subsequent dance
which the VFW and its Auxiliary
promoted was a great get-together
and full of amusement.
New officers for the coming year
were elected and will be installed
at the first meeting in April.
Here and There
Mrs. Mettler and the Misses Alice
and Phyllis drove to Spokane
Tuesday. They spent the day shop
ping.
March 21, the official first day of
spring was ushered in to the tune- i
ful songs of birds happy in the
bright warm sunshine. The day was
clear and very mild. The grass is J
beginning to turn green.
Mr. and Mrs. Ford Cripe were in
Spokane for several days last week.
Myrna Chase is spending a few
days at the Ford Cripe home.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Cripe
visiting in Spokane this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hutton went
to Kalispell on Monday on a busi
ness trip.
Please remember the Girl Scouts
are giving a "Chili" luncheon at the
Methodist Church on Saturday from
11:30 on.
on
arc
Also the Junior Woman's Club
rummage Sale is worthy of your
attention on Saturday in the Moose
Hall.
Mrs. Loren Hamil was a business
visitor to Kalispell last week. On
i the return trip by bus she and
other passengers were thrilled
see both a bull and a cow moose
alon g the highway.
Wally Clay is visiting in Troy
this week.
Ralph Dunkle and Jerry Kensler
went to Butte on Tuesday to attend
the sale of surplus goods.
j Mr. and Mrs. John Lindholm re
turned Tuesday from a very pleà
sant visit in Spokane where they
(were guests at the homes of their
daughter, Mrs. R. Eakins and of
their son. J °hn Lindholm, Jr.
Mr - and Mrs - A> v - Dunkle ar
rivedin Troy the middle of the
week from havin g spent their vaca
tion . with Mrs. Dunkle's father who
, res ' des T m Phoemx^
V L - Backus. Cheney, was in
and * »ving his ?anch
0n „? c Cn . ,.
c w ™- Bisscll attended a dinner at
~ a î\ dpomt fur electric salesmen on
Fr * day ' . J
Mr - and Mr f Jay Lyons and fam
lIy of Missoula spent the weekend
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Zimmerman.
On Monday Mrs. John Sagen and
daughter went into Spokane to shop.
Thence Anita will go on to Mis
soula where she will be joined by
her sister Flora. They are students
visitors to
Mr, and Mrs. Maurice Nelson
spent the weekend in Spokane.
Mrs. Wes Cooley who has spent
the past two weeks in Minnesota re
day^ l ° ^ h ° mC he,e Sun '
Mrs. Walter Morrisn who was cal
JcJed to Spokane professionally last
•loyeljiÄTuesday returned Saturday. She
Tocialed the little son of Mrs. John
Westun who 1S a guest of her bro
thf ' r s Fiank and Bert Thomas. Mrs.
Heston was en route to her hus
band Dr. Weston who is in Alaska,
The baby is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Rubier after hav
' r 'g spent the past three months in
California, returned to their home
at the University there.
Mrs. Robert RusSell and Betty
were Monday business
Spokane.
on Saturday. In Spokane they were
joined by their daughter. Mrs. Jas.
J °hnson, who rede home with them.
Saturda y F " :d McDougall had a
bi, thday party at the home of his
Parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cole Me
Dougail. Games were played and
lunch served. Fred received manv
nice gilts. '
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P atltm m tht hospital at Libby.
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Junior Women to Have Food
1 arc 30
Pians for the sale of baked goods
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LIBBY MOTORS
DODGE and PLYMOUTH
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and rummage was announced by
Mrs. Irene Baeth at a meeting of
the Junior Woman's Club at the
home of Mrs. Baeth last Wednes-!
day.
_ The sale w ill be held Saturd ay.
March 30, at the Moose Hall and
will open at 11:00 a. m. Anyone
! wno has rummage or white eleph-!
' ants to donate may call Mrs. Baeth
who will collect articles on Fri
• day. . — - -
i A nominating committee for the
election of officers to be held April
3 was named which consists of Mrs.
Edith Cripe, chairman; Mrs. Irene
Baeth, and Mrs. Laura Johnsih/:
Arangements were also made to
entertain the Libby Junior Club on
April 17.
| Following the business meeting,
Mrs. Dorothy Langdon, program
chairman introduced the program
numbers which were: vocal selec
tions by Miss Wanda Norwood, ac
companied by Mrs. Margaret Ma
ness and Miss Evelyn Johnson and
a skit entitled "Clementine." Act
mg in the skit were Miss Johnson,
Miss Norwood. Mrs. Langdon. Mrs.
Laura Johnson and Mrs. Mane*s. A
guessing contest identifying famous
people was won by Mrs. Maness.
REXFORD NEWS
Bridge Club
The members of the Bridge Club
met Mcndav evening at the home
of Mrs. James Hurst. Prizes went
M X S ' R L - LaBycr, high; Mrs.
*d Arnold. second;
Hudson, third.
and Mrs. H ;
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j
. Marvel arrived in
Mannheim. Germany, March 4th.
A t this same time, Jerry's brother,
Paul who has been with the oc- j
carnation forces in Germany, was j
m-r-arine to leave for the States
from Mannheim. The two brothers j
were unaware of the other's pres-i*?
ence in the same town, at the same
time, so incidentlv. did not get to
rn eet. Paul left Mannheim March
5th and has since landed in the
United States. He will go to Mol
mo. Ill., in meet his wife and son,
Wi " acccmpany him to Rex '
Mr. and Mrs. John Doble, and
Pam DobP were business callers
in Srokane'ast week. Mr, and Mrs.
Doble are planning to open a lunch
"ounter in the building formerly
kn-vn as the Drug Store,
An item overlooked last week, I
was a birlhdav party given at the!
►'orne of M-s. Frank Bolles, for her !
"daughter Karen.
T awrence Kins returned recently,
from a Naval hospital in Oregon. I
Pvt
Jerrv
James Hurst Sr. returned last
week from a two weeks stay in!
Hot Spring e I
* h '-. Mrs - Harold Anderson
f nd children moved into their new I
home tbe last of the week '
Mrs - M K - Gay and Carol Hurst,
returned to their homes in Great
Falls Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ross and two
children of Kalispell. and Mr. and
Mrs Jess Ross of T 00 i ey Lake were
callers at the J. L. Hurst home
Monday afternoon.
Dick Gaertner is assisting at the
Fcwkes Store this week.
"ARCHIE" AND HIS GUNS
I STAR IN "DUFFY'S TAVERN
Thirty-two stars are coming Sun.)
! and Mon., March 31 and April 1,
I to tho Kootenai Tre atre. As if this
! unprecedented flock of film lumi
; narics weren * enough to rope in
any audience, the Paramount pic
ture > "Duffy's Tavern," based on
famous air show of the
name, will ^ also bring to the screen
Ed "Archie" Gardner, radio's riotous
roll-out-the-barrel boy who so ably
"mismanages" New York's colorful
Third Avenue tavern over Station
WEAF.
'ough-fraternity with him and the
ß an ß includes Charley Cantor (Fin
negan); Eddie Green (Eddie, the
gaiter) and Ann Thomas (Miss
Duffy).
* Running through the cast is en
ou £" to make anyone blink twice,
s .° dazz hng are the stellar
hsted. Among those present
Bing Crosby, Betty Hutton, Paul
® tte Goddard Alan Ladd, Dorothy
Lamour, Eddie Bracken. Brian
Lake^ArturTde Cotdova^R^
,î. uro de Cordova, Barry
fRev^o?ds' r ^
SuHn'an and Bob Br nrhlev rÎ 7
löuiuvan and Bob Benchley. In ad
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TO WHOM IT MAY
Anybody that is low enough and J
Won't think any more of our
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Of coure Archie has his
names
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widows than to go around stealing j
tho gas out of their cars, to my es- i
timation is lower than an alley rat
and, if caught at it, should be shot
or be punished to the extreme limit'
of the law.—Henry Schaffner.
Don t have a single-track mind at
Tailway grade crossings. A train |
may be coming on the second track
0, X arns the National Safety!
Council. I
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