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Bridge Club Mrs. Ted Marvel was hostess the Bridge Club, Friday evening, March 29. High prize went to Mrs. James Hurst; second high, to Mrs. Ed Arnold; and a prize to Mrs. George Ross for having the score nearest to 194«. Here and There Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Martin and Sally Ann of Stryker, were Satur day evening callers here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin and son, Donald, arrived here Thurs day night from Bremerton, Wash, Mr. Martin received his honorable discharge from the Navy. After a short visit with relatives they will go to Morristown, S. D., to make their home. Mr. Martin was a telegrapher for the Milwaukee Rail road before entering the service. He will resume his former work, The annual school election will be held Saturday. April 6th at the School House from two to six p. m. Miss Nadine Marks spent the past week visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks. Miss Marks is employed in Seattle, at the Port of Embarkation, Harold Carter returned Friday night from a business trip to Seattle. Mrs, R. L. LaByer spent Tues day and Wednesday in Kalispell. Mr. and Mrs. John Doble and Sam Doble were business callers in Kal ispell Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Truman came back the first of the week from Port Orchard, Wash. The Tru man's have lived in Washington the St t ee 1S Th Wl11 nn th iir r- 1 nrn n f . a Tv^ ] t ^ for the nresen ^ y Lake for the present. Ivan Johnson of Kalispell was business caller here last week. Mrs. Bert Guy and Mrs. Olive Fagan of Kalispell visited their} mother, Mrs. Malinda White, last week - Love One Another Love is never lost. If not recip rocated it will flow back and soften and purify the heart. Washington Irving, _j ~ GOMPF FIJNFRAI «Jrumrr runiLKAL HuiVlta, T !kkv rr Libby — Lureka — Troy Libby Professional Directory J. F. Fennessy, Jr. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW First State Bank Bldg. PHONE 219 Juvenile and Adult A. O. U. W. Life Insurance HAROLD GOMPF District Manager ACCIDENT and HEALTH INS. Phone 49 AMBULANCE MONUMENTS W. G. SEIMS, Dist. Mgr. MIITUAI I IFF IMSIlPJMcr nr* ML i L AL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK PHONE 161M LIBBY. MONT. Dr. Roy M. Sherman DENTIST Office hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 PHONE 112 Dr. V. A. Hannigan DENTIST FIRST STATE BANK BLDG. ENGINEERING, MINING AND TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEYING Lincoln County offers many Mining opportunities. IRA O. MILLER 911 Mont Aye., Libby, Montana AUTO - FIRE - LIFE INSURANCE CALL, PHONE or WRITE TED KESSEL 509 Mineral Ave. - - Phone 01M Yaple's Barber Shop IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL .. •• EVAN YAPLE. Prop. Lincoln County ABSTRACT COMPANY ORGANIZED 1910 Phone 15# — 52J — 31R LIBBY. MONTANA An Abstract of Title is a Necessity" Agent for the best FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES "Stock Companies — No Assessments" I • xtc*x$c»c*ctctcic**c$c*c$f&tc$ctctc$oictciCM Pormenter Valley James O. Shanholtzer arrived by car Saturday for a visit at the James T. Shanholtzer home. Sun day, due to the bad hill, he and son James walked up to the Robert son Wood Ranch to visit Thomas J. and wife. Mrs. George Rouse, Sr. and son Byron were Sunday morning break fast guests at the George Rouse, Jr. home. gare t Weydemeyer's Tuesday. There j was the usual very interesting ibet- j j ng anc j a delicious potluck lunch. Miss Bonnie Coupe has been ab | sen t from school several davs due koillnes™ | Mrs. James Shanholtzer called at 1 : the George Rouse Sr. home Sun |day. h. B. Wallace is having a real ■ spring cleanup, including tearing down all the outbuildings and hav i jnp n new fence built around his 'acreage it would improve the ap * pearance of our valley if the rest , 0 f us would try 'Keeping up with the Wallaces." Miss Evonne Hadwin arrived Sat urday for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buck ingham. Mable Vanderwood, Mrs. H. B. Wallace and Eyra Shanholtzer at-. tended Libby Garden Club at Mar I i Mrs. Bart Sullivan is busy house j cleaning and Bart is doing his bit I building new porches and steps which add considerably to their home. I Misses Patsy and Peggy Boomer attended the show Sunday even j ng EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES F0R MONTANA RESIDENTS ; a | There are a large number of em j ployment opportunities for Montana residents in the Veterans Adminis tration regional office or hospital : a t Fort Harrison, Lee M. Berger, j personnel officer for the regional j office, declared today. The region al office is to be moved to Helena when suitable space is available, j All advantages of Civil Service | employment apply to the positions, j j Berger said, including liberal an- ! nual leave and sick leave. Disabled | j veterans and veterans have priority j i for the positions. Positions to be filled included those of adjudicator, with starting salary, exclusive of overtime, of j $2980 to $3640 per year; rating j specialists $5180 per year; contact | representatives, $2980 per year, and j stenographers, clerk-typists and sec- j retaries, at starting salaries of from $1705 to $2100 per year. Those seeking positions as adjudi- j cators should be attorneys or per- j sons with legal or quasi-legal ex- : perience. Rating specialists should | be attorneys or should have had ex- j perience involving responsibility for ' 1 investigating, training or placement j of personnel. Applicants for con- j j tact representative must have had j experience in dealing with the j public in advisement on personal, ! j financial, legal or employment prob- : lems. Detailed information may be sec- • ured from the Fort Harrison reg-: ional office of th e VA, or from local i Civil Service Boards or Post Of ! fices in all Montana communities. "Love one another, as I have loved I you." No estrangement, no émula- ! , tion, no deceit, enters into the heart ! that loves as Jesus loved. It is a false sense of love that - like the summer brook, soon gets dry. Mary Baker Eddy, i WELDING DONE All Kinds—both Arc and Acetylene. HARRY HARTLE 1211 Utah Ave. Phone 194 South Libby Know . M ONT ANA. . ♦ ♦ ♦ Names... Places MISSOULA —By C. J. Doherty, Publisher The Times Missoula, the Garden City, was named for the broad, swift river that flows through the center of town. The river was named by the Indians, "Missoula" meaning Sparkling Water. This inter pretation was given to Captain Merriwether Lewis in 1805 when his expedition party pitched camp here where five fertile valleys converge. Facts of Missoula; Population, 20.000; altitude, 3,223 feet; site of Montana University; parks, 6, total of 68 acres; churches 15, banks, 2; newspapers, two daily, one weekly; hotels, 12 with 1,100 rooms; public library; hospitals, 4; lumber mills, 2; sugar beet factory; headquarters Region 1. National Forest Service; Fort Missoula; Railroads, Northern Pacific and Milwaukee; transcon tinental highways, U. S. Nos. 10 and 93. BONNER This community was established in 1885, growing up around a dam and a lumber mill built by the Big Blackfoot Milling Com pany, organized by A. B. Hammond, an early Missoula industrial ist and merchant, and his associates. It was named for E. L. Bon ner, also an early-day industrial figure and a partner of Mr. Ham mond. Bonner is now the site of the great lumber mill of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company, which employs hundreds of woikers and takes care of the productif extensive logging opera tions in the Blackfoot calley and elsewhere in Western Montana. Adjacent to Bonner are several smaller communities and their combined population is approximately 1,000. ANACONDA COPPER MINING COMPANY Wifh Our Men In The Service Fort Douglas, Utah—March 25, 1946:—Pfc. Kenneth G. Neils, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Neils, 1022 Louis iana Ave., Libby, Mont, has been discharged from the Army today at the Fort Douglas Separation Cen ter. Pfc. Neils, who served 2 months overseas as an Ordnance Store keeper. is authorized to wear the European Theater Ribbon, Ameri can Theater Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal, Meritorious Service Unit In signia, and the Victory Ribbon. Prior to entering the Army Nov. 3, 1943, Neils was a student at the Cpl. Edward L. Stafford, now ser vin f> w * tk Uncle Sams armed for ces at Fort Lawton, Washington has been promoted to Sgt. according to the Area Commander, Colonel P. B. Parker. Sgt. Stafford is the husband of M rs - Lila Stafford of Box 242, Libby, Montana. Keith L. Shiflett, Sl/c, USNR, husband of Mrs. Nellie E. Shiflett. Eureka, Mont., is leturning to the States aboard the USS George S. Elliot which left Guam March 3 and is scheduled to arrive on the TT . . University of Montana, Missoula, Montana. , ... ea ~. co ? T s i c . a ^, out .,^" e USS George Elliot is one of m ? n , y IT at i ac lF T trans Ports of the Powerful U. S. Navy which carried both fighting men and their equip iî° \5\y as _\ on beaches and to u. S. beachheads as our forces car ried out their island to island cam paign against Japan. „ ....... , D .. How shall I do to love? Believe. How shall I do to believe? Love, —Leighton. KEEP FIT Din EXERCISE Ten Minutes a Do y Takt t Bulgei Amoy Bat "Iton" foods Save used fat and turn it pound for 4c a 2 K. )) & i Exercise Series No. 2 For Shapely Calves and Slim Ankles Place book on floor Sfond on it Put bonds on h«p$ 2 Inhole Bend knees SLOWLY to sil ting position. 3 E«hole 4 Inhale Rise SLOWLY to position (I ) 5 Repeat five times. I BE HEALTHY-SAVE AND TURN IN USED KITCHEN FATS FUNDS APPROVED FOR VETERANS HOUSING Helena—(UiO—Gov. Sam C. Ford has been advised by the regional federal public housing authority in Seattle that congress has approved funds for 100,000 temporary houses in Montana for veterans and ser vicemen. 25 Years Ago The first auto to traverse the highway between Libby and Troy made the Trip Thursday. Five Troy business men were in the car. They state that the road is in better condition than they expected and that with a ( little work it would be all right for regular travel. Meals often become tiresome at this time of year unless pre pared in a wav to make them interesting. The J & I Cafe prepares food so you will en joy every meal you eat there. Preparations are being made to sink a shaft 250 feet deep on the vein at the Lukens- ' Hazel mine. Two cars of con- | — centrâtes were shipped yester day. making a total of 13 cars that have been shipped by the Lukens-Hazel. Customers of the J & I Cafe enjoy the very best meats and foods the markets offer, sure to try them and see for yourself. Be Mrs. Chas. Rowe returned to" her home here Saturday after spending the past couple of months visiting relatives and friends in the east. Important changes in the fish and game regulations of the state were made by the 17th legislative assembly, among which were those making it unlawful for one person to catch more than 50 fish in one day or to shoot more than 20 wild ducks per day. If you enjoy good food, good service and a nice place to eat. come to the J & I Cafe. You m will find everything you desire there. Three trustees will be elected for the school board of Libby district tomorrow afternoon, with the names of Mrs. M. K. ! Kedzie, W. N. Curtis, and W. E. Dexter appearing on the bal lot without opposition. The J & I Cafe (Formerly the Model Cafe) -ii ■ S. I m ■w h fl [ & J m % : , 1 KU xï:ti i , " OIL-PLATED engines they'd better have! • • • If i The "haulaways" are abroad in the land! Your new car is on order—or in your mind. And now here is why any car of yours should have an Oil-plated engine . . . Oil-Plating will shield your engine's insides. It saves fine-finished surfaces from lots of wear. And that's how to raise resistance against carbon, gum, and sludge. An oil-plated engine is yours for the asking. Simply insist on filling with Conoco N"> motor oil. Conoco N tfl brings its added oil-plating substance. This acts mag net-like . . . joins lubricant durably to metal, so as to form protective oil-plating! The process is the same in any engine. Though yours may not be new, this is an extra good time to oil-plate it. For it needs a Spring oil change and simply by getting Conoco N th you'll get oil that oil-plates —at a few cents' extra cost! See Your Conoco Mileage Merchant—today. Continental Oil Company CONOCO N ) s £ MOTOR Oil and nmtmbtr anolhnr big thing: Don't toy octono—SAY N-TANt* (...CONOCO N-TAHC CASOl/Nf •TRADE MARK 1 STANDARD MOTORS Distributors Continental Oil Co. Products Ford said the wire from Jesse Epstein, director of region 7, FPHA, asked him to instruct cities and universities who have not made application for houses to do so at once so that allocations could be made from the region's share of the dwellings. Epstein said applications could be telephoned or wired. Helphrey Motor Freight Spokane, Sand point, Bonners Ferry, Troy, Libby and Intermediate Points Has resumed operations between the above points and is giving the same EFFICIENT service as before the war. Libby Phone 33 more worry ABOUT YEAST GETTING STALE! I • \ m ■ i x t ♦ *** \ ♦ 4 - f ■ 7M ■ m < LJ i v Ii. is - - \ \ ! -41 XJI New Fleîschmann's Fast Rising Dry Yeast keeps full-strength for weeks on your pantry shelf 'sw|fS' r IF YOU BAKE AT HOME — you can make delicious bread any time ... at a moment's notice with New Fleiachmann's Fast Rising Dry Yeast. Always dependable—New Fleischmann's Fast Rising keeps fresh for weeks on your pantry shelf—ready for quick action whenever want it. Just dissolve according to directions on the package. Get New Fleischmann's Fast Rising Dry Yeast today. At your grocer's. you April 4, 1946 Both parties win when you use our classified ads. Charity is never lost; it may meet with ingratitude, or be of no ser vice to those on whom it was be stowed, yet it ever does a work of beauty and grave upon the heart of the giver. —Middleton.