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Carried Over LIBBY HIGH SCHOOL PLAY TO MISSOULA Missoula—Fourteen high schools will enter plays in the annual Little Theatre festival held in conjunction with Interscholastic Track Meet at Montana State U., May 16 through 18. The plays, all one-acts, will be given Saturday, and winning plays; and players will be presented in a program in the Student Union Theatre at 8 o'clock that night. Dr. Joseph Smith, chairman of the! speech department at the University of Utah, will be adjudicator, and" Ronald-Bel Stiffler, Montana direc-! tor of dramatics, will supervise. The Libby High School dramatics department under the direction of Mrs. W. J. Erickson, presents "The Maker of Dreams." A. Klehm, Marilyn Neils and Gor don DeRosia and their sponsor, Mrs. W. J. Erickson are attending the Little Theatre Tournament at Mis soula this weekend where they will j play, "Maker of Dreams Patricia Cairns and Marge Hunter also will take part in contests the State High School Editorial As sociation. PFC HUCHALA PLAYS ON NATION-WIDE BROADCAST A half-hour nation-wide broadcast was heard on the anniversary V-E day from the 6th army head quarters in San Francisco under the command of Gen. Joe Stillwell. The music was provided by the 5th army band of the 6th army headquarters of which Pfc. Gene' Huhala of Libby is a member. Pfc. Huchala is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Huchala and is ex pected home on a furlough soon. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN HOSPITAL NEWS Admitted: J. P. Fuller Mav 11 a surcical natient• vr£ „ kSS! 13, as a medical patient; Mrs. Les ter Riddle, May 14 as a surgical! patient; Mrs. Walter Neils, May 15 as a medical patient; Kenneth Bige a.. 15, as a medical patient. marriage licenses Arthur Butler and Wanda Oviatt of Portland were married Mav by H. B. Wallace. Harold E. Berglund, Spirit Lake Ida., and Zona J. Miller, Spokane were married May 11 by H B Wallace. t Charles O. Ulland and Margaret M. Quien, both of Coeur d' Alene were married May 11 by the Rev! H. Hasskamp. Clarence W. Johnson, Libby and Madeline Trombley, Springfield Mass., were married May 1' bv, H. B. Wallace. ' J Louis DePoto, Kearny. N. J., and Judith Johnston, Libby were issued a license May 13. Courage is that virtue which champions the cause of right. __ —Cicero r I HAVE BOUGHT THE OLD FRED GOOSELAW BARBER SHOP (By J. C, Penney Store) which has been thoroughly renovated and furnished with new equipment. I am now service. your patronage, which will be highly appreciated. prepared to give complete barber I solicit a share of G. DEAN LEACH M Know ONTANA. . ♦ ♦ ♦ Names... Places THOMPSON FALLS —By W. G. Dunlap, Publisher Ind.-Ledger Thompson Falls was named for David Thomnsnn plorer, who established a fur trading post in thi^rea in^SO^Th^ ä-JI community founded on lumber anrf lt 15 a Prosperous ex HOT SPRINGS -By Edna B. Gannaway, Editor Camas Exchange soutwn a «Ä 5ÄB ot SÆlS 1 "' ject, is built on the allotment of Garson DeMers Last viàr îxfnnô S vifited Hot Springs, some ,s vacltiomsts, mLy seS health returns from the mineral waters "d south lead the visitor to "Montana's FamSs Health Re?o°rt" Camas, termed as the ghost town that Hot Springs crowdS mit oßiee, 23 e a e new^JS" *** 3 ßen6ral St ° re> schoo ^Post ANACONDA COPPER MINING COMPANY I DISCHARGES RECORDED Eureka - Robert C. Harvey, army; Calif. - Samuel J. Whitcomb, navy; Penn. - George Yaworski, Coast Guard. There is no mean work, save that which is sordidly selfish; no irreli gious work, save that which is mor ally wrong; in every sphere of the post of honor is the post duty. • E. H. Chapin ' I | I I 25 Years Ago The J & I Cafe s a very pleas ant place to Stop for that mid morning or mid-afternoon cup of coffee or sandwich. In spite of the extreme short age of a great many food items, we are able at all times to have a very complete menu of good foods. You will find just ! of I 1 Tlle l° c al bakery has been ! b Y H. Mitchell to E. R. 1 Peterson and G. A. Larson, who expect to expand the business. what you like to eat. J & I Cafe. When you want good food, cooked and served properiv, come to the J & I Cafe. The An important law enforce ment conference was held in Libby on Tuesday, the pur pose being to devise ways and mean^ for a more stringent law enforcement of the fire, property and game laws of the state and of the United States. Local anglers were out after the "big ones" Sunday and ^ the best . stri ?g s caught f so . me years m thls section be - Lionel Shaurette is convales cing after a couple of weeks illness suffering with monia. pneu Mrs. James Mahoney is en joying a visit from a cousin whose home is in Canada. William Seims drove to Troy Wednesday. He confirms the general opinion that this road was never in better condition. Showing Sunday at the Koo tenai Theatre, Will Rogers in "Boys Will Be Boys." Judging from the many in quiries being received by the Libby Commercial Club, touritts will be way than ever before. ■) 1 ! : more coming this The J & I Cafe (Formerly the Model Cate) THE WESTERN Forest Service Snow Survey * The following are results of snow surveys by years 1943 to 1946 in clusive for date of April 30 as fur nished by the local Forest Service: Bluebird Basin of Average Average Average depth (inches) content (inches) 35.6 23.8 36.2 51.2 water density 81.$ 1943 43.8 1944 62.0 38.5 1945 96.4 37.6 1946 117.5 Red Mountain 43.5 Average Average Average depth (inches) content (inches) 19.6 water density % 1943 47.6 41.0 1944 17.1 5.5 32.1 1945 48.1 16.5 34.1 1946 Baree Mountain Average Average Average ! depth water density (inches) content ( inches) 48.7 40.5 18.7 46.2 •3 1943 102.4 47.7 1944 54.8 21.9 40.0 1945 93.5 29.6 31.7 1946 104.9 49.0 47.0 Alcorn Named Sec'y State Press Ass'n # Missoula—(U.R) — W. L. Alcorn, president of the Wyoming State Press Association and former pub lisher of the Rawlins Republican Bulletin, has been named secretary ! of the Montana press association, i President Hal Stearns. Harlowton, 1 and state university officials nounced. University President James A. McCain said Alcorn had been pointed to a part time position the journalism staff, effective June 15, to teach courses in rural news paper work and typography. an ap on The truth is, one's vocation is j some far-off possibility.—It j is always the simple round of duties which the passing hour brings | J. W. Dulles never 4f % v ■ - ■■I HKH ■Ml » iüüii ■■ m % ü § §§§ ss # ü| il lifcl I mm y$ to fix im iüi w iH ■ ■ m ' i i * illipl if For prompt low-cost service Dealer your Authorized Ford Service j Genuine Ford Ports Where you see this blue-and white Ford oval sign you'll find prompt, low-cost service . . . the best for your Ford Ford-trained mechanics, using Ford methods, special Ford equipment, and Genuine Ford parts are all here. They'll help make your present car perform its best until your new Ford's here . . . and help you get better value when you trade. ^5 In> mm Precision-built Ford-engi neered parts that fit right . . . perform better . .. last longer I ... are now here in good sup I ply. The same engineers who I designed your Ford also de signed these genuine parts. So bring your car "back home" to the service department where you'll get the kind of parts ... I your car deserves. It will pay I you dividends. illl Ü I n car. % lilllll Id ! : v <7 I IP |\ -1 . Ford trained mechanics We have more help now—our Veterans are "back home" and making our service depart ment hum. So your Ford work "f will be done promptly — by ^ mechanics who knowFord cars. 'ß Factory-trained, they employ special tools, analyzing instru ments and service techniques developed for Ford cars. That's why we can guarantee the work that comes from our shop. A * Vy M « I ,?»«» place I I Me HOMT I Service You get prompt Service Foirly Priced from I Hi sg/m. i % 'V. I 1 I j Hr w i I // VI I .1 mm wSmü v STANDARD MOTORS Libby, Montana NEWS. LIBBY, MONTANA PAGE Tiff GrtMnMed « 0 m UIX ✓ Iff ( H v WHITE HOUSE PAINT (SPAR LUX) «Q09 PER GAL. • In 5 Gallon Lots Spar Lux resists winter weather con ditions and the hot rays of summer sun. Contains pure white lea , zinc oxide and titanium, insuring great hiding power, true whiteness, more coverage, long wear and low yearly cost. Single gallons ?3.I9 Gottllte FRANK SIMURDAK, Prop.