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Heads State Ass'n Helena—fU.R)— The Montana rary association elected Kathleen Campbell, librarian at Montana State University, as its new presi dent during a two-day conference succeeding Inez Ratekin. Libby. Other officers named were Mrs. Hazel Christiansen. Hardin, vice president; Evelyn Swant, Missoula. secretary, and Mrs. Julia McMul len. treasurer. Butte. « Missoula, Mont., May 10, 1946 Preference permittees grazing stock on the national forests of Region One can look forward to a minimum disturbance of permits during 10-year permit period beginning 1946 according to a statement made, to Montana stock 1 growers and wool growers by C. A. Joy, Chief rangc management for the Forest; Service at Missoula. Montana. Major stocking adjustments have already been made and the ranges are steadily nearing normal pro duction Joy explained. A severe drought period or inefficient man agement of the stock on the range are the only forseeable circumstan-, ces w'hich might upset the present orderly routine of national forest range use, the forester believes. Region One includes Montana, nor them Idaho and parts of northeast-1 South Dakota. ... , ... ... , 137,900 cattle and 381,400 sheep were permitted on these ranges during summer grazing period, Numbers of cattle have increased while the numbers of sheep have; decreased during the war years, SSeS to 'KJÎÆÆ-S , the West, Joy states. Ownership of the livestock is distributed a mong 3,006 permitttees. * NO MAJOR CHANGES IN FOREST SERVICE GRAZING PERMITS Forest Service figures show that the 1945 Libby Directory The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co. Robert H. Gehrke Phone 117W Libby, Mont. 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. GOMPF FUNERAL HOMES Libby — Eureka — Troy Phone 49 AMBULANCE MONUMENTS W. G. SEIMS, Dist. Mgr. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK PHONE 161M LIBBY, MONT. Dr. Roy M. Sherman DENTIST f. Office hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 PHONE 112 Dr. V. A. Honnigon DENTIST FIRST STATE BANK BLDG. ENGINEERING, MINING AND TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEYING Lincoln County offers many Mining opportunities. IRA C. MILLER 911 Mont. Awe., Libby, Montana AUTO - FIRE - LIFE INSURANCE CALL, PHONE or WRITE TED KESSEL 509 Mineral Ave. - - Phone 91M Yople's Barber Shop IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL" - EVAN YAPLE. Prop. Lincoln County ABSTRACT COMPANY ORGANIZED 1910 Phone 150 — 52J — 31R LIBBY, MONTANA "An Abstract of Title is a Necessity*' Agent for the best FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES "Stock Companies — No Assessments'* ! Libby News j Lib-; Lome Bolyard was a business visitor in Kalispell Wednesday. Mrs. Carl Larsen and daughter. , Joan, visited Saturday in Kalispell. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Westover were ; in town Wednesday from the Yaak. Mrs. Leo Cloutier and Mrs. Gnf fith were visitors in Kalispell ! Wednesday. Mrs. F. C. Robertson went to Kal ispell Friday where she visited friends. She returned to Libby Sat , urday. The following news was carried over from last week's issue crowded out by late legal copy which had — to j, e run w E p art i 0 w and Wm. James attended the funeral of A. V. Dun which was held Friday after n00 n in Spokane. in Mr an( J Mrs p c Robertson moved Sunday into the home they recently purchased on Louisiana of Ave. tn South Libby. County Treasurer Letha Sauer, Mrs. Connie Blackwell and H. P. Weydemeyer were business visitors ; yesterd a y in Eureka. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Enders, Mrs. jj m Enders, Miss Florence Fennessy and Bill shawl were business visit ors Saturday in Kalispell. James Barkee and Bill McGrew returned home Thursday of last j we ek from a two weeks visit in ; Southern Montana towns. ! Dale D. Murray, S 2/c arrived home May 10 to spend six days j an^Mrs^Œ G.^Murray 31 ^ 11 * 5 ' ^ ! A few friends were entertained j i ast n jght at the home of Mr and p w r n u i Mrs - "• w - ^, c ', tne occasion be j mg Mr. LeDuc's birthday. The 8th grade county examina tions were underway yesterdav in ; ^ a. the ' courtroom in the courthouse. i Meditation is the nurse of thought, ; and thought the food for médita- 1 tion. —C.Simmons. ! i j I j j j I j • j j How trfjfffoineirfs notice! w v & ü-r -gftmm j ES. I I ; X Jl & flop m Keeps for weeks on your pantry shelf ... ready for quick action ? IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-New Fleisch mann's Fast Rising Dry Yeast lets you make all the delicious bread your family loves, quickly . . . any time you want to. i Easy-to-use...fast-acting...New Fleisch- J mann's Fast Rising stays full-strength for weeks on your pantry shelf—always ready ki Â for quick action whenever you need it. Get ^ New Fleischmann's Fast Rising Dry Yeast today. At your grocer's. vsnmm - ?*.»**T l //V m t lA/cUt! don't do that! « v *>» i i. .4» \ L N CALL THE TROUBLE SCOUT The refrigerator won't work one bit better for a lusty kick. The trouble Scout goes at it differently, he finds out what's the trouble, tells you what needs to be done, and recommends competent electricians to do it. KEEP APPLIANCES IN REPAIR Your appliances may have to serve you for several years more before you can replace them. So keep them in good working .order by having them in spected regularly and repaired as needed. Mountain States Power Company A Self-Supporting, Tax-Paying, Private Enterprise n a from^Spokar^visfted wUh Oscar I^feld 5 on^MotherX ni M ' Barbara Hickev TW««, Da rAhn Barbara Hickey, Dorothy John ( S ° n and ;P ett a ^, 0 Van K lsb ? ut ^ u , r Countv UbrarvSaturda^® C p p^ tt ^1= hi^ • tra ^ t f o r Carrying mail oler C the' " act *° r tp a nI ^7 "f r^ 1 ov . e / , tb f f *" 5°" te fr ^ jL JjL y1 ' 3 °' rnfh J, ha West Lib!by Birthday Club Stliîï^iLÎÏ ,!,v, h ° me of MrS Stanley Reedy, where a very afternoon was enjoyed at ca », s ' „ ,, n . Miss Colleen Gamache of Tacoma, formerly of Libby, visited here sev f ra * d ^f with friends and rela " T ve s- was enroule to N. J., where she will be married to _£ at P an S'- . _ Mlss A ® nes Olson who teaches at Trego, expects to visit over the coming week-end with Libby l nend f,- Ut 135 olson s home is at „ v o 6 ' «7 1 ?; ,, . ■"•. Wallace recently received! an inquiry from a property owner »n Daytona Beach, Fla., asking about P r °P ert y advertised in The Western y" 6 " 5, and listing 131 acres of land * 0 »/, sa e near Tibby. , and Raymond Rubard. °* Richland, Wash., are the proud parents of a 7 pound son^ Donald James, born on Mothers Day, May 12 - T* 16 baby is the first grandchild of ®?rs. John Rubard of Libby. ; Cliff Haydan was called to Los I Angeles last Thursday evening due to tbe serious condition of his j lather,-Mr. Thomas W. Hayden. Cliff Spokane or Portland, b£ la wa/'r able *9 do so and made the trip by train, arriving in Los Angeles Saturdav night. | j n add jti 0 n to her husband and children, relatives and friends of Mrs. B. B. Withee. who came to Libby to attend her funeral Tues day, include broths. Carles Heppe. Cusick, Wn,, and Will Heppe, Spokane; a nephew. Fred Kirklin of Spokane, and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Beach, Eureka, ]jf i Seaûle W wShe has ÎÂend * S expected h °Mf ... . , Miss Helen Austin arrived home Saturday evening from Missoula, 5116 » h *h been ^ a . hospital f°f tbe past three weeks following an automobile accident. She was accompanied hy . hw L mo ' her - Mrs. A. C. w UStm ', Wh # has bee t n ^th her m Missoula for about two weeks, f. nend ! wi . U be « lad to know that Miss Austin is recovering nicely, The Studebaker sedan driven by Robert Adamson, was wrecked 8 imiles west of Libby on the high way, when a tire blew out. Sun j day morning. The car was badly Newark,,damaged but none of the occupants! were injured according to patrol-) |man Riddle, who also reports that a Chevrolet sedan driven by Ted' Ostley, Portland, Ore., was wrecked 16 miles north of Libby on Mon tana 37, Saturday while en route to Eureka. The members of the Double Ten Pinochle Club were guests Satur day night of L. J. Olson at his pleasant home, the party being the last of the winter season. High score honors for the series were taken by .Mrs. George Neils and Walter Neils. For the evening, ladies high score distinction went to Mrs. I. Crotteau, a non-member, while for club members high were held by Mrs. Chas. D. Rowe and W. E. Dexter. - National Forest Slabs For Sale Sealed bids will be received by the Forest Supervisor, Libby, Mon tana, up to 4:00 P. M. June 24th. 1946 for any one or all slabs dcsig na * ed as Lots I. 2 and 3, located Forest. Lot 1 is estimated to be 390 cords. Lot 2. 76 cords, and Lot 3. 435 cords. No bids of less thanj $245.00 553.20 for Lot 2, and $182.70 for Lot 3 will be considered. Bids with rates in ex cess of those permissible under MPR 460 will be reduced to the allowable maximum in making the award. The sum of the total value of each lot must be deposited with each bid except if one bid is sub mitted for all three lots the sum of $250 will be acceptable. The bid deposit will be applied to the purchase price, refunded or retain ed in part as liquidated damages, according to conditions of sale. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Before bids are submit ted. full information concerning the slabs, condition of sale and sub-1 mission of bids should be obtained from the District Forest Ranger,! Rexford, Montana. (2t - May 23 scores June 13) a o X 1 irr o if Vr\ If -1 I O ) 25 ; m i 111 3 <@ I I Carter) o » Ji I I i i A YO it t A N 0 . N ' 0 . K It's the combination of a good tractor and good motor fuel and lubricants which permits the modem power farmer to do more work, better, in less time. Carter Products are made to get full power from tractors, and to protect them from needless wear. Carter Service is prompt and efficient— your Carter Dealer has what you need and he'll bring it to your farm, right away. Call him. Carter ft DEALER A Friend Who Delivers the Goods! E. L. KEMP, Distributor E. N. WOODWARD Warland GRIZZLY GARAGE, Libby PAT'S CARTER SERVICE Libby CHET'S CABINS Libby | ££ S£l Wednesday in Libby on business. ; F. J. Hughes, Butte, district man ager for the Western Union Tele graph Company, and H. C. Hovis Spokane, Commercial representative of the Interstate Telephone Co., were in Libby Saturday, calling on the business houses and explaining their plan for moving the ibcal of fice to the Telephone office, where they promise regular service from 8 am. to 6 p. m. with night tele graph service handled by telephone to either Spokane ScSuTSSS without toll charges. j 1 WELDING DONE - All Kinds of Farm I Machinery Repaired. If your Plow-shares need sharpening, I bring them in. | HARRY HARTLE 1211 Utah Ave. Phone 194 South Libby CONCRETE WORK OF ALL KINDS By the Hour or — By the Job BILL WILLIAMS, Phone 165J Helphrey Motor Freight Spokane, Sandpoint, 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 Thursday, May 23, 1946 «faAdSSSUSd Sunday with Kalispell reiatives. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bessey of Kellogg Idaho were In Libbv the first of' the week visiting at the home of Mrs. Bessey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Williams and with * their many Libby friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bessey flew in by plane but were unable to leave as planned because of the fog. Mrs. Bessey left onthe train.Mr Bessey waiting im tU Siesdavafternoonto return with his olane The Besseys are for mir Sents of iSby? at onl ti£e »Derating the Fountain Cafe operating me roumain uaie.