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PRESBYTERIANS MEET AT
FOLSON, APRIL 4TH and 5TH
The annual spring meeting
Kalispell Presbytery and Presby
terial will be held this Thursday
and Friday at Poison. The meet
ings were originally scheduled
be held at Jipt Springs, but due
to a diphtheria scare they are
be held in Poison. The Rev. Clay
ton M. Shotwell and Elder C. D.
Rowe will represent the local church
at the meeting of the Presbytery.
Mrs. H. W. Redfield and Mrs.
Latvia Craven will represent Circle
A at the meeting of PresbyterTal.
Mrs. Howard Rolson and Mrs. Clay
ton Shotwell will represent Circle
The meetings will begin at 2:00
Thursday afternoon and will con
tinue through Firday noon. All of
the Libby delegation were taken to
Poison by Mr. Rowe and will re
turn late Friday with him.
B.
PRESENTS DEMONSTRATION
TO FARM WOMAN'S CLUB
Mrs. R. R. Beebe attended a Home
Demonstration meeting on "The
Efficient Kitchen" Wednesday of
last week at the home of Mrs. Chas.
Jellison, Kalispell. Miss Helen
Eversôn, Fathead Co. Home Dem
onstration Agent, was in charge.
Mrs. Beebe presented thé demon
stration, on April 3, to the Libby
Farm Woman's Club. Many val
liable points were stressed on the
building of new kitchens and the
remodeling of old ones.
GIRL SCOUT PATROL
PLANS EASTER TEA
,. Th ? St „ a J 0f B . e . thleh . e , m pa , trol 1 me î
March 27 m Mrs. Myers school
room. Mrs. Myers is now the pat
rol's leader.
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We are planning to have a tea
for Easter, but the plans are not
definite yet. Veona Williams, scribe.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
April 4, 5 and 6
'Abbott and Costello
In Hollywood'
tarring- «
BUD ABBOTT - LOU COSTELLO
The clown princes invade
Cinemania.
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Travel Talk - 'Merida & Campeche' ,
Miniature - "Spreadin' The Jam" |
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Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
April 7, 8 and 9
VAN JOHNSON and
ESTHER WILLIAMS;
-in
'Thrill of a Romance'll
(Technicolor)
Gay with color, beauty and
good music.
fox new:
Cartoon - "Mouse Comes to Dinner
Wednesday Only - April 10
'Dangerous Partners'
-with
JAMES CRAIG - SIGNE HASSO
Where There's A Will
There's A Lawsuit.
Passing Parade - "Great American
Mug."
Pete Smith - - "Bus Pests"
Musical - - "Boogie Woogie."
Kootenai Theatre
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CLOTHES FOR
WORK AND
LEISURE
• If you are looking for
casual or business clothes
come to us
search will be ended.
# Our selection includ
es a variety of styles and
colors . . ... Slacks and
i f jackets from.
your
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$6.80
up.
Miller's
Clothing Store
"Always First In Fashions
Baby Chicks $16.00 per 100, $2.00
deposit per 100 U. S. approved and
Pullorum tested. Bitney's Poultry,
Kalispell, Mont.
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For Sale—5-year-old saddle horse
and practically new saddle. Mrs.
Jess Bolen, Eureka, Mont,
CLASSIFIED
FOR SALE
37-18c
43-4c
For Sale—The Old O'Malley es
tate of 113 acres in Lincoln County,
$1000.00. A good buy for a re
turning veteran or any ambitious
man. Mrs. Louise O'Malley, 1521
Pacheco St., San Francisco, Calif.
44-4c
For Sale—Two cows and two ten
month old heifers, Guernsey stock.
E. McGuire. Phone 27F32.
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I For Sale—Alfalfa hay and gcjff* 6
! saddle horse. Emil Voves. 45-2x
45-2x
For Sale—3 room house and lot.
J $700.00 cash; cast Eureka.
j Laroque.
j For Sale—Bathinette,
, Bassinet. Call 131W. 46-2x
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For Sale—Wagon good as new: four
horse disc plow; Kitchen Range.— i
F. E. Benefield, Troy lx .
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J. W.
46-2x
I For Sale—35 tons meadow hay. 25
j tons timothy and clover, all in one
, barn. $11.00 a ton to anyone who
will take it all. Write or see Harry (
I Hill, Moyie Springs, Idaho. lx
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Play Pen,
For Sale:—Davenport and Chair
Set; Cook Stove: Bed, Springs and
Mattress; Rocker. Mrs. Hubert
Helms Eureka 46-2c
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D. C. Motor; one 115-volt D. C. j
to 100-volt A. C. Converter; one
40-volt Generator, 1000-watt; two
H. P. 32-volt Motors. Bill's Elec
trie Shop, N. 4909 Market St., Spo- !
kane 14, Wash.
For Sale:—One 800-watt. 32-volt
Delco with 13 plate batteries: one
gas Servel Electrolux, 6 cu. ft.,
nearly new; one 110-vok Vi-H. P.
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For Sale;—5 fine lots, close in down
Suitable for Apartment
■çyhat
town
House, Filling Station or
Have You.
Gcrimgcrs Haidware.
4b ' u
For Sale:
Black Mare, 6 yrs., wt.
about 1300. Black Mare, 4 yrs.. wt.
about 1100. Joe Talsma. 46-2x : a
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For Sale:—Large size Crib and Ka
pok Mattress in good condition. - !
Pnced reasonably. Mrs. Gene Shea,
lx i
Eureka.
! For Sale:—Rhode Island Red and
1 Ne*' Hampshire Red Setting Eggs.
I Winfrey Poultry Ranch. Phone
46-4c
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For Sale: 3 lots 75-ft. frontage;
3-room House with full bath, range
; and hot water tank, partly furnish
I ed; Garage and Woodshed. 1214
( Montana Ave.
j For Sale; Few pieces Second hand
furniture. Hotel Libby. 1c
lx

j For Sale;—3-room House; two 2-|
room apartments furnished on same
46-2c
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Pnced right if/ 1 ?, terms > by
See H. B. Wallace. I e
property. Bill Allen.
For Sale:—200-acre ranch, 9 miles
Libby, 30 acres cleared, some build
ings,
owner.
For Sale:—320 acres of Christmas
tree stumpage near the town of
Eureka. Mont. S. S. Frost, Eur
46 ' 2c
eka, Mont.
For Sale:—Used Arcadian Kitchen
'Range and Circulating Heater
Price $18.00 for the two. Call at
'this office. lx
IT PAYS TO REMEMBER:
"Success is one percent inspiration
and ninety-nine percent perspiration.
Wiring adequacy for home lighting and appliances for 1947 is a
long step from adequacy in 1937. — We keep up-to-the-minute on
modem wiring and can give you adequate wiring for future needs.
JUST RECEIVED—A new shipment of Silver Seal Ironing Pads.
• •
PARTLOW ELECTRIC CO.
Next to Postoffice
DEALER
PHONE 182
THE V. F. W.
Cocktail Lounge
Now Open to the Public
You are invited to patronize this lounge regularly.
Order will be maintained at all times.
Me want you to make this your headquarters when
you wish a place to rest
meet your friends.
a quiet, pleasant place to
or
Suggestions from the public of
to improve the facilities of the lounge
will be appreciated.
Regular V. F. W. Meetings are the First
and Third Friday of each month
at the Moose Hall.
ways
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MEN'S BROTHERHOOD
MET AT CHURCH
The Men's Brotherhood of First
Lutheran Church held their March
meeting at the social room of the
church on Friday of last week. The
topic, "What Think Ye of Christ?"
was ably presented by John Apple
gren.
Carl Larson and Ted Kessel, with
the help of their wives, served the
lu*ch. It was a man's lunch of
good hot dogs and coffee and
sequently was greatly enjoyed by
the pien.
At the business meeting it
decided to invite the Brotherhood
of Bethlehem Lutheran Church at
Kalispell to present the program
for April.
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ESSAY CONTEST CLOSES
The National Essay Contest jud
,ges have been chosen and the es
sa y S are now in the hands of the
judges. Winners will be announced
at a later date.
The three winning essays will be
submitted to the state Department
for state elimination.
For Sale;—Complete outfit ready to
go. 12 New Hampshire Pullets,
go percent laying; Hen House 6'x8',
well made, with nests and roosts'
w j re netting scratch pen 12' x 16',
can be moved; also self Feeder and
Waterer, $50.00. G. E. Lechrone,
Phone 4J
Seven es
says have been turned in from our
local school.
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For Sale:—Good mixed hay. $20.00
ton. B. W. Echo, Phone 20F30. 1c
lx
Large trunk in j
good condition. Mrs. Agnes Person, 1
Box 779. 45-2c j
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Wanted:—Girl s bicycle. Phone 71J.
45-3x
WANTED
Wanted—Someone to drill or dig a
well. Inquire Western News. 44-2x
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Wanted to buy:
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Wanted—Small Sawmill Machinery,
head rig, three block carriage, three
lx
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saw edger pnd trimmer Write Box
6127, HiTlyard Station, Spokane.
Wanted;—Electric or kerosene small
size .Incubator. Mrs. D,, B. Clement,
Box 104. Libby.
lx
Wanted —Somebody to dig or drill
we u Anton Tetrud, Troy, Mon
tana.
Wanted:-Portable No. 2 Sawmill
with or wit hout power. Write Al
bert r Nelson, Longview, Wash.,
Box 136. Route 1.
46-2x
( p art time maid wanted
Hotel Lib
by.
1c
.Wanted.—To buy house with bath
; in Libby . Write Box 184 Eureka .
: 46-tf
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I run.
! Phone 98R.
MISCELLANEOUS
j Expert hosiery mending, 35c per
1309 Mineral Ave., Box 826,
40-tf.
"The registered Arabian Stallion,
Barab No. 2512 A. H. C., will be at
the Howard Neas ranch after May
1. Fee $25.00 payable at time of
service to limited number of ap
proved mares. Return privilege.'
Communicate with Howard Neas,
Kila, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter C. Robin, Bigfork, owners." 46-4x
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N 0 ti ce —Gardens plowed or tractor
work G f any k j nd done . See George
Bolen. Eureka. ■
46-3c
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For Rent
153W.
FOR RENT
Two rooms. Phone
45-3x
GUEST SPEAKER
DISCUSSES INDIANS
Tuesday evening Mrs.
Crane, Mrs. Clay Parker,
Frank Baney, Mrs. O. L. Gillespie,
and Miss Inez Ratekin were guests
of the Troy Woman's Club at the
home of Mrs. Edward Laehn.
Mrs. Crane was the guest speaker
on the subject of Indians and pre
sented a most interesting view of
them based on her experience in
several well-known Indian schools
and welfare work.
The social hour which ended the
evening was also much enjoyed.
Verda
Mrs.
LUTHERAN LADIES' AID
MET THURSDAY
The Senior Ladies' Aid of the
first Lutheran Church met at the
Church social room on Thursday
afternoon. The program consisted
of readings appropriate for the Len
ten season which were presented
by Pastor and Mrs. Hjortholm.
Refreshments were pot- luck but
everyone present was lucky as the
lunch was very nice.
POT-LUCK SUPPER NIGHT
APRIL 5 AT MOOSE HALL
Friday, April 5, is pot-luck sup
per night at the Moose Hall. Mem
bers and friends of the VFW Post
and Auxiliary are cordially invited
to attend. All members of both the
Post and Auxiliary are especially
urged to attend the meetings that
night as guests from Troy and Kal
ispell will be present to assist with
the Installation of officers.
NOTICE OF
PUBLIC ADMINISTATOR'S SALE
ALL OF THE PERSONAL PRO
PERTY OF THE ESTATE OF ED
WIN C. STROM, DECEASED, will
be sold at public auction at 2:30
P. M. April 11, 1946.
Over (100) miscellaneous articles
for use in the home, on the yard
and farm , including many useful
tools; also one rifle, one carbine,
9, 1 ? 6 Pistol, one shot gun, one 1935
Chevrolet Coupe.
Place of sale, former Richards
Hotel Building on, Mineral Ave.,
Libby, Montana.
Terms of sale, cash.
See complete list at real estate
office of H. B. Wallace.
Dated April 1, 1946.
H. B. WALLACE
Public Administrator,
THOMAS D. LONG
Attorney for Public Administrator.
It—A-4.
BURGAN'S FOOD ST0R
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FRIDAY — SATURDAY — MONDAY
CREAM THEM FOR SUNDAY DINNER
CRISP, CLEAN, FIRM
NEW POTATOES
HEAD LETTUCE
35c
13c
4 Pounds .
Radishes - Green Onions
Fresh spring appetizers, 2 bunches
Per Pound
15c
Stuffed
Frankfurters
Broadcast :
April 6,1946
POTATOES
3.19
A
Solid netted gems, 100 lb. bag
V* tup fin«Iy cut
onion
Vi cup shredded
carrots•
2 tablespoons
shortening
3 cups dey-old
bread cubes
Turn on oven; wt at moderately
slow (350° F.). Cook onion and
carrots slowly 3 min. in shortening.
Remove; add bread, milk, salt, sage
and pepper. Mix well. Split franks
furters lengthwise on one side only.
Fill with stuffing. Put into shallow
pan. Bake 15 min. or until browned.
Serves 4.
'Finely cut celery can replace
rots.
"Wieners can replace frankfurters.
cup Pet Milk
teaspoon alt
teaspoon saga or
poultry seasoning
Vs teaspoon pepper
8 frankfurters* *
(lib.)
8
Soap filled pads
BRILLO
5 for
Stainless Steel
POT CLEANERS
3 For .
Housecleaning
10c
Protects yoor hands
PRO-TEK
25c
29C
Jar
PUREX
Half Gallon
23c
For Wallpaper
CLIMAX CLEANER
34-02; Jar .
Kills kitchen odors
AIRWICK
Bottle .
car
33c
69c
SUNBRITE
5c
You Will Need i
PET MILK
Cleansing Powder, can
39c
4
TALL
CANS
For Windows
WINDEX
20-oz. Bottle
Purex Brand
BOWL CLEANER
35c
17c
Can
CRACKERS
31c
JIFFY NOODLES
21c
Sodas and Grahams, 2 lbs.
Quick cooking, lb.
HI-HO CRACKERS
Lb. Carton .
TABLE SALT
2 Lb. Cartons, 2 for
POPCORN
2 Lbs...
19c
63c
PEANUT BUTTER
Armour's Creamy, 2 Lbs.
DEVILED HAM
Cudahy's Genuine, Can
EGGS
15c
15c
Local, 2 Dozen
Large A Grade .
69c
29c
MOTHERS ÇOCOA ]]«
Per Pound .
SUPER SUDS
ONION SETS
SPICE CAKE
Yellow Type
2 Lbs.
35c
MIX
29c
For DLshes ind
Washing Machine ....
23c
Package
20c
SAUER KftAUT
FRANKFURTERS, Large. .lb. 32c
SAUSAGE, Pure Pork
CORNED BEEF.lb. 30c
ASSORTED LUNCH MEATS
FRESH FISH and POULTRY
at.
15c
NIBLETS CORN
Whole Kernel, Can .
PURPLE PRUNES JA|i
Tree Ripened, ZV> Can
FEDERAL MILK
39c
lb.
28c
3 Cans
12C
SPAGHETTI
Ready To Eat, Can
TOMATO SOUP
15c
Rancho, 2 Cans
25c
MATCHES
6 Box Cartons
COMMUNITY STUDY GROUPS
ORGANIZED IN STATE
Missoula—(U.R)—An association of
community study groups, affiliated
with the Montana Study, Univer
sity of Montana research project,
was organized here at a meeting of
70 leaders and members of eight
study bodies.
Ruth W. Robinson, Conrad teach
er, was named head of the steering
committee to «complete details of
organization.
The association is designed to
promote the Montana Study pro-'
gram of community analysis and
other activities which have been
undertaken by various groups.
CONCRETE
WORK OF ALL KINDS
By the hour — or — By the Job
BILL WILLIAMS, Phone 165J
PLENTY OF SMALL ACREAGE
LISTINGS
NEAR LIBBY:—4 5-acre pieces of land, fine soil, no stones, on
Highway.
NEAR LIBBY:—1 30-acre piece, small acreage cleared.
NEAR LIBBY:—18 acres — timber, Christmas trees, wood, build
ing stone.
NEAR LIBBY:—-80 acres.
NEAR LIBBY;—40 acres, ten cleared, bottom land, buildings.
NEAR LIBBY:—200 acres, 30 cleared, buildings.
NEAR LIBBY:—4 acres on No. 2, 1 mile out.
EAST LIBBY;—3 rooms and bath, 3 lots. Can occupy June 1st.
IN THE CENTER OF TOWN:—4 lots, excellent location, good
for any business.
VACANT LOTS ANY SECTION TOWN:—One 25-ft Mineral —
close in.
RANCHES listed all sections Lincoln County — Improved and
Unimproved.
H. B. Wallace Licensed Real Estate
Home — 114
Phones — Business 93
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN
HOSPITAL NEWS
Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. Frank
lin Sweet, Troy, March 2, a boy;
to Mr. and Mrs. August Lentz,
March 2, a girl.
Admitted:—Mrs. Edward Dutton,
March 28, as a surgical patient;
Mrs. Howard Hall, April 1, as a
surgical patient; James Helps March
29 as a medical patient.
Oliver Coryell was released on
April 3.
Mrs. Clay Parker returned Mon
day night from Helena where she
had attended a meeting of the
Montana Educational Association.

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