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LIBBY ITEMS
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Mrs. Ed Smith went to Spokane
last Friday. ...
Mrs. Bill Darsow visited in Kalis
pell one day last week.
Mrs. Verda Crane visited friends
at Ronan oyer the week end.
Hugh Lewis Tuesday went to Spo
kane after a Studebaker truck.
—The Cliffside Gas Station and
Store is now open for business.
Dale Adams returned Tuesday
from spending a week in Spokane,
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Resch of the
Fisher River were in town Mon
da y- , _ , _
—Odd Fellow and Rebekah Basket
Social Saturday, April 27. Bring
a friend. • 1c
Oaksdale, Wash., visited Easter at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Burpee.
Lee Tinker, Jr., was in Butte the
first of the week attending to busi-'J.
n€ rfjy i r tt fi rs ' , r* ,
—Odd Fellow and Rebekah Basket
Social Saturday, April 27. Bring
a friend
Russell Marsh of Kalispell was in
Ll .^ y last Thursday in connection!
WI ™ A ~ A ^ or |5- •
Mrs. Bertha Krebs returned Fri
day irorn San Diego, Calif., to open
her home for the summer.
Miss Geraldine Burke came from
Spokane to spend Easter with her
m °"b er ' Mrs. Rosella Burke.
Mrs. Leonard Homann returned
Saturday from Seattle, where'she
had spent the past 6 weeks.
—New management at the Cliffside
B t S t-ku andst ? re ' 14 miles south
bby 'T° n , Hlgh ^ ay 2 ' .
r< n *t Tink i! r ret u urned l a ft night
tn V®: V here he wei }} Monday'
1 D^ck Strenhhfif 1 nf S v l r tter u
i. i iÜk,, ?""! f KMispell, was
lnHrarLf! eSd h ay ' visiting friends
Johnnv g F,mnH nf ne p S o S r tT a n er o
is visiting at thl hnmp if v ° re ''
home of his par
Mrs L D ü C o f F ri d ' ;
viiitPd nvJP'ipJ * Pt * V 3f Spokan e
her^hlmhci E rr te j r at ° f
her brothers, F. L. and Leo Clou
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L. A. Schrubbe of the Ural coun
try was in Libby Friday attending
to business matters and visiting
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Jimmy Barkee who recently re
turned from the South Pacific, left
Tuesduy with Billy McGrew for
*iv- ngS ^ , „ ,
Miss Pauline Powell came Easter !
Sunday from Seattle to visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William ;
Mrc To L- n
Mrs. Jack Reading from Tampico,
Mont came Saturday to spend aj
few days as guest of Mrs. Forrest
p", 1 ! , , m
.Paul Church,left last Tuesday for
rieiena to attend a meeting of wel- j
fare.supervisors He returned home
Saturday. j j
J. A. Thompson of Kellogg, Ida., \
came this week to spend several I
days at the home of his son, Arlie
Thompson.
G. S. Campbell, deputy assessor
of Flathead County, visited Easter
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H P
Weydemeyer.
Mrs. J. W. Donaldson of Kalis
pell, spent the weekend and Eas
ter with her sister. Mrs. Ben Lar
son of Libby.
Del Tate of St. Paul, Minn., came
Monday t0 visit his sist er, Mrs.
A. M. Hoffman and their mother
Mrs. Catherine Tate.
Homer McCullough of Eureka
in Libby several hours Monday
morning meeting friends. He was
on his way to Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kessel of
Coeur d' Alene visited here over the
Easter holiday. They returned to
their home Sunday afternoon.
Bud Adkins and Harold Gompf
made a trip by plane to Missoula
Saturday. While there they visited
Bob Savage, former Libby resident,
Mr and Mrs. C. A. Romo left
Monday for Bainville, Mont., where
they will make their home. They
have been visiting at the home of
Mrs. Romo's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Forrest DeRosia.
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Values For Spring Shoppers
VEGETABLE SOUP
17c
Rancho, Family Size
Sunshine
GRAHAMS
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2 Pound Package
32c
PORK & BEANS
23c
Yellowstone, 2 % Tin
CHOP SUEY
35c
Chung King Bean Sprouts, No. 2 Tin ....
BEAN SPROUTS
25c
Chung King, No. 2 Tin
South Libby Purity Store
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Undersheriff Lee Tinker arrested
Oscar Funk last Saturday on
charge of giving liquor to minors.
Funk was released under $300 bond.
Miss Germaine Schlumm spent
spring vacation from school at
home here. -She returned Tuesday
to Holy Names College in Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bartels and
two children of Spokane spent the
Easter weekend with Mrs. Bartels'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Beard
sley.
Mrs. S. A. Rasmussen entertain
ed at luncheon Tuesday for Mrs.
Jack Redding of Tampico, Mont.,
Mrs. F. L. DeRosia and Mrs. R.
Fields
Jimmy Brown returned Tuesday
to Gonzaga High in Spokane, hav
ing spent his spring vacation here
I with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Brown.
1 Sen. D. F. Fewkes, Dr. Dixon
: and Victor Hutton, were up from
Troy Tuesday afternoon caring for
business matters and meeting Lib-,
by friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hugill of
kane, visited over Easter at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Spen
cer. Mrs. Spencer is a daughter of
the Hugills.
Mrs. Fred Peeso returned last
Thursday night from Butte where
she visited several days. She was
there during the recent mob troub
les in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haschke
went to Great Falls, Saturday to
visit at the home of Mrs. Haschkes
sister ' Mrs - Green, who is a for
mer Libby resident.
Mr. and Mrs. Mugridge of Ft.
(Shaw, have bought the old Jack
Cummings Ranch on Lake Creek.
The new owners expect to take pos
session early in May.
c A !î Easter family dinner was held
Sunday at the Lewis Baker home.
Mr. and Mrs Clarence Baker and
family of Kalispell and Victor Baker
of Spokane were present.
Clry Parker and Emmons Lamp
jn f!ew to Kalispell Saturday Mr.
L «rnpton flew back that evening
Clay remaining un*;! the next day
before returning lo Libby.
U° n Bussell, Jack Collinson,
Thomas C. Robertson and Ham'
Hough left Tuesday for Spokane.
where they plan to attend a govern
jinent surplus commodity sale.
Mrs. M. R. Knight of the Libby
Floral went Sunday to Spokane
where she visited her parents, Mr.'
and Mrs - Jos Cox of Green Acres,
returning home Tuesday afternoon I
Mrs. Fay Dickie, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. H. M.
(Smith of Libby returned last week
her home in Colfax, Wash. She
was/ accompanied by her mother
who will visit for a few weeks
the Dickie home.
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Freesio . . . .
In this loveliest of floral
motifs by ROSEVILLE, the
language of flowers is charm
ingly translated to new art
forms of graceful and striking
design.
adornment . . . and for every
gift occasion you can make
no happier choice than beau
tiful FREESIA.
For
your home's
WELCH'S
Jewelry & Gift Shop
Libby
Montana
1 Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
|Schlumm at a four-o'clock Easter
I dinner were Mr. and Mrs. A.
Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Connie Black
well and Donald Brock of Rexford.
Mr. and Mrs. William Allen left
yesterday for their new home
Djshman, Wash. Bill states he ex
a P^cts to be back iff Libby for the
Lions zone meeting scheduled for
Monday, the 29th.
Mr and Mrs. F. C. Robertson and
Thomas C. Robertson drive to Kal
ls P e ^ Saturday, spening the night,
and Sunday. They were dinner
£ uests Sunday at the Joen Hrabik
home at Toys Lake.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lyon and
* amil y arrived in Libby last Tues
day, April 16, from Seattle, where
j Mr. Lyon recently received his dis
'charge from the army. They plan
to make their home here.
J Mr - and Mrs. John Zellar and
daughter, Miss Carrie of Miles City,
can ? e to Libby to visit over Easter
and Mrs. Zellar's daugh-jbeen
; er > Miss Catherine, who teaches the
st 8 rade in the local schools.
; Harold McCorry and Robert Fie
i . wer ^ guests this week at the
Wlllla m Powell home. They were
" n t heir way to their homes in Phila
^'Phia, having just received dis
I charges from the navy in Seattle,
If y° u forget to stock up on the)
! wa Y a good fishing spot, re
member to stop at Cliffside for gas,
ol J or groceries. It is a much need-1
ed and convenient place to stop;
and g as and good eats are always!dew
available.
" a |. tor and Mrs. Hjortholm drove
t0 Missoula last Sunday. On their
trip they stopped at the;
Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp to
he] P Prepare the camp for the sum
™f r - The V returned to Libby this;
af ternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shelley Sr
ha ve received word from thei'r son
S/Sgt. Ray, Jr., that he was mar
ned April 1 in London to an Eng
llsh girl. He is stationed in Ger
many and is a clerk in a supply
room having recently received his
Promotion to staff sergeant. S/Sgt. I
Shelley has been in the service thiîe!
Y ear s but expects to have a fur
b? u ? h m July^ and come to the,
Umted States for a visit with his
^ks.
ANOTHER GOOD BUY IN LINCOLN
COUNTY FARM LAND
160 acres all level - no rock or gravel. — 20 acres to meadow
—15 acres tame pasture - Sirring on place - 3 yr. old orchard -
00,11 frame house, full basement, nicely finished.- Com
pletely furnished. — New peeled log barn. - Poultry house for 150
chickens. - Owner claims place will cut 3000 poles - abundance of
wood. - Small fruit.
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. With place goes 8 head of milk cattle - 1 team horses, harness,
wagon - 100 chickens and all farming equipment.
FIRST COME
FIRST SERVED
JOHN F. BOWEN
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P. O. BOX 295
PHONE 27F31
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what the weather! Made of sturdy
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CASUAL, WEARABLE, WASHABLE COTTONS!
Ballet Shoes in
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The sizes for al) slim little women, whether they're looking for
ward to a summer vacation from school—or planning the
summer vacation for the family! And styled lo please them all,
daughter, mother, and her mother! Neat little checks, gay plaids,
trim stripes, prints and pastels galore!
"Because ol recent changes in 0. P. A Regulations, some garments in this
range may be priced slightly higher, some slightly lamer, than this figure.
$3.49
4.98
The style of the day for casual
wear, in the fabric of the HOUR!
Sleek-as-silk, strong-as-stoel . . . .
NYLON! — In black only - With
leather sole . . . Sizes 5 to 8.
Miss Lillian Johannsen and Mar
vin Mackey visited Sunviay at the
L. home of Miss Johansson's parents
Mr. and Mrs. Klas Johnansson. Miss
Betty Rubard accompanied them
from Spokane and spent the day
with relatives
W, H. Payne of Tensed, Ida., who
has been visiting for the past two
weeks at the home of his brother
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. El
wood Brown, is employed installin'*
the new stained glass windows at
the Methodist Church,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roberts, ac
companied by John and Jas. Crot
teau made the Circle Trip Sunday
to Eureka and back by way of Kal
1 ispell. The trip was for color nhotos
>of deer, and 200 animals were coun
ted from the. high way.
Iver Ander/on, Wallace Ida well
known in mining circles through
out the Coeur d' Alene area is the
new superintendent for the Silver
Butte Zinc Lead Mine. Crews have
busy last week and this open
ing up the road to the mine
Robert Switzer who is attending
M m ana State University at Ms
soula was home last week during
the Fa te vacation, visiting at the
h- r.« »< f his parents, Mr. and Mrs
, Elmer Switzer, Sr. Robert is in h!s
j Junior vear at the University
J. A. Thompson, proprietor of The
; Fashion Cleaners is very pleased
(over the fact he was able to obtain
a new pressing machine which he
i needed so badly in his business. The
machine is of the latest de
s.gn and makes the work much eas
ier and does a great deal better
job.
Paul Tondevold was called to
Seattle last Wednesday night by the
death 6f a brother ' He received
a wire that his brother had been
injured seriously in the large steel
explosion last week. Before Mr
Tondev old left town he received
a ' 10th er wire stating that his bro
thcr ha d died.
Mr. and Mrs R L, Lvon left
Sunday after having spent two
weeks here with Mrs. Lyon's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs Art Barr and
with Mr, Lyon's siîte^ M® Woodte
Bowen, and family Mr Lyon is on
a 30-day leave and is to report
back. April 29, to Oakland Calif
for another year's duty. '
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VACATION HEEDS
Camp Cots, Sleeping Bags, Pack Sacks,
and camp Stoves.
Baseballs, Soft Balls, Tennis Balls and
Baseball mits.
A new shipment of Inlaid Linoleum in
stock.
See the new Zenith Electric Washing
Machines on our floor, and leave your
order with us. - Zenith Electrical Stoves
will soon be in stock.
A Good Assortment of
Carpenter loots
GERINGERE
HARDWARE
W. G. Eller went to Missoula
Wednesday on business.
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THE SENIOR CLASS OF
LIBBY NIGH SCHOOL
-presents
THREE ONE-ACT PLAYS
SHAM
MAKER OF DREAMS
ANTIC SPRING
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Thursday May 2, 8:00 P. M. - Jr. High Auditorium
ADMISSION: — Adults - 50c — High School - 25c
Grade School 14c
Don Eckhoff, .of Troy, was a Lib
by visitor Wednesday.

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