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TROY NEWS
Continued from page eight
Miss Alice Kranz loft on Tues
™?e^ , ln n vIlUy h cS ! ' S N W 'D
P Mrs Smith let? on fciday ev.n
ing for her home in Hamilton,
S. U S a ta Trov SPen ' * he PreVi ° US
Mrs Delmar Dunham left
Tuesday tor Bremerton wheje
will join her husband. They
pect to spend the summer there and
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yttSBSlL " wt
Miss Bingham is spending part
her holidays with relatives. She
53?
that their health is much improved.
Sunday School in the Methodist
Phnrrh Har Kppn discontinued
fhe summer ninths
Mrs. John Lindholm Jr., Spokane,
came up to attend the graduation
of her brother, James Winslow.
Mrs. Lou Laffoon arrived last
week to spend the summer With
members of her family here.
has been confined to the house since
her arrival as she is suffering from
a slight cold, but her many friends
hope to see her out and about ere
long.
J. P. Schuyler who is with the
Curtis Pole Company was attending
to business matters in Troy the last
of the week.
Myrna Chase who has been
Troy attending school for the past
winter returned to her home in the
Yaak Thursday.
"Spuddy" Murphy left on Satur
day to join his parents who are
located at Great Falls.
Mrs. Roger Kensler spent the
greater part of the past week
Missoula and in Whuefish.
Mrs. Harlan Livermore, Sioux
City, arrived in Troy in time
attend the graduation of her grand
daughter, Lois Bennett. Mrs. Liver
more is the guest of her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wal-j|j
ter Wallace.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hosfield
Somers, Mont., are visiting at the
home of Mrs. Hosfield's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Scott.
Mrs. John Sagen is spending
few days in Spoakne/
Bert Hosea arrived in town dur
ing the past week and is spending
the summer at his home here.
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many friends are pleased to see mm
again.
Mrs. June Maguin vvho has been
visiting at the D L. Jackson home
left on Sunday for her home m San
Francisco. Mr, Ear Nickols is
also spending a few days at the
Jackson home. ,. 0 „ 0 ;„ 0 h
Mr®- 9°™ has receiv^
glad Ldings that she is a grand
1 rS^AiSSSE rp
J_ W. Alfolder of San Francisco *™\
. the parents of a little daughter Bar
ba Tnmmv n Shfrlcv Puckett are
Puckett
Tommy Shirley
!rÄ th Ma S ryTirL W fl S « r Ämn|
"ere fo y r a"ew days, bu? Z ™
SrVednl'sday 10 h " h0 " e A ' h °
t ° rr jn T U rov W iS 8UMt °' " la
a'„%r a i„d%s Jo i
tendid the ea^duaüon ex^rcises lt
ÎSliSLli MÎv M eXerClSeS 3
Kalispel , May
Mrs. Charles Mclntire
Rosa Belle Rutter was born Jan
uary 22. 1865 in Carroll County, Ind.,
the daughter of George and Julia
f n m n iv nfivon rhZn a
She 7 was united in marriage with
in^wTth^he? daughter, M^
D. L. Jackson, since Mr. Mclntire's
death in 1936 She was a^ member
ren tP kt C Anderson,''lntf; n wfhe^ re she
^ntÂ^onï 6 Sinœ 11 coming
has made .t .mpracUcal ta tar to
-ErSi
than two weeks. Loving hands
ministered to her and her memory
will he cherished by those in the
°Mrs. Mclntire died May 17. 1946,
ter th and g son f in law^in Vrov ^thf eê
sisters and two brothers m dis^ant
-Æ ÄSLA senîice'waslîeîd Wed
Tfoy ay Metho?is? n ChSrch. 2 with Se
"irfs R Ä F FewkS Cia M)l:
Hosea and Mrs. Kensler were the
musicians, using two hymns which
were favorites of Mrs. Mclntire and
of the family, "Beautiful Isle of
L°d m c W r5s e s r ''" ?he PaUbearers 5efe
Art McNeil, A1 Williams. Lee Ken-1
sler, Harry Ford. Perry Wilson and
George Monio. Burial was made
in the Troy cemetery beside the
grave of her husband, under the
direction of the Gompf Funeral
Home.
EUREKA NEWS
Continued from page five
Royal Neighbors attended in a body
and about thirty were present.
Birthday Party
A number of friends dropped in
on Mrs. Fred Johnson Thursday af
ternoon to help her celebrate her
birthday. Cards were played dur
ing the afternoon. Mrs. Johnson
won high score and also the travel
ing prize, low score was won by
Mrs. Florence Pike. The honored
guest received many lovely gifts
and best wishes of all, after wihch
delicious lunch was served by the
a
; guests.
Obituary
Roderick W. Robertson was born
j
i Flirpka Montana
i S? .»M 2hS> Ï &. and ai
j Shelby He was drowned wWkon
Heri| ftshm« rnuntl Wash °Mav is'
'"B ö Sïïiïd hto honJabte
on discharge from the Navy Decem
17 « ^ 45 >. thirty-nme
CB's a^uadàclnal ^the
jon of the CB s at Guadacana ,
°' ^Presidential Unit CiSion .with
of j ««» t t xÄ,i ^îd^the^odd °Wm-° II
i dujct Medal, ai nd the World War I
s *«*
""'SHkî
and at Kodiak, Alaska and Bremer
to h* Wasn. c . , M , ,
He wss 3 member of Sheet ^Æet3l
Union Ballard Aerie 172 '
| and Fort Lawton Post of the Vet
erans of Foreign Wars. _. ..
Be leaves his mother, Mrs. David
I. Robertson of Eureka, now visit
j at Tustm, Mich.; two brothers,
Shekel 1 ! 1 J- of Helena, and Donald .
l of Seattle; two sisters I. an
Mrs. O. H. (Flora) Swartzell
Seattle; three nephews and on
neice; a ^ ost relatives
I fnends _

I anower
j A Mr. and Mrs. miscellaneous
| shower for Mr. and Mrs. Russéll
| Stroud (Lois Robbe) was given May
124th at the CYO hall. A large
crowd attended and the honored
guests received many lovely and
; useful gifts. A delicious lunch was
served by the hostesses, Mrs. Filia
treau, Mrs. J. Purdy. Mrs. B. Alyer
son, Mrs. P. Zook, Mrs. A. Peltier,
and Mrs. Wm Badgley.
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Shower
| a miscellaneous shower was
given in honor of Mrs. Bud Swan
son (j or dis Erie) at the CYO hall
Wednesday night May 22nd. The
r i de was honored by many lovely
and useful gifts. Games were play
ed through-out the evening, after
w hich a delicious lunch was served,
j
j
1
Nuggets
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Lockridge
of Stevensville, Mont., were week
end visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Korn.
i—Notice - Anyone wishing to take
pjano Lessons contact Faye Ruth
Fllic Pnrolfa lx
E1 J vri l s j an e McGlenn and children
f Whitefish vis it e d at the Thomas
home Eurek Tuesday and Wed
, attending Eastern Star
Tues / a ' y night .
Lillian Circle of the Eastern Star
the home of Mrs. Frank
gaiter Wednesday afternoon May 22.
After the usual meeting a delicious
lunch was ser ved by the hostess.
-1 Wallace Tory is discharged from
I the Nav Y and is home visitin * his
,y
t M nd M s cleo Torv
Wallace was accompanied by hTs
Wtle dog "Buddy" which he brought
! Miss Ha «> « ulrk Went Friday,
"*» AucUonlafc took place at the
as auctioneer and Pat Badgley as
Clerk. Everything was sold. Mrs.
Keith purchased the house which
was also sold to the highest bidder,
Marshall Murray was a business
visitor in Eureka Saturday, May
„ .
I : Livengood and Beverly
' Titchbourne are working in the
i J*™* «o« r in Ka^spell. Lois is
| pf^ Slrs^^
| in ,J acom , a ^ K^iic
j Monday and Tuesday ai
*a^d C Mrs^DeirPike' l '' S parents
„"S?
Ambrose has accepted the
»
fa ™ 1 / Riley h was a Ralispell visitor
/ of 1 act WPP k Hp was ac
JX&'W&ÄT*
EUr6ka
Miss Blanche McMannus is visit
her a h u a ^ *
KalispeU She was accompanied by
s"h d en^t. J Tm y
m ^*', UrC £rt Se Bi c ha C r a dson h 'l>'i 'Èureka
T niinn I pwic of Q n nkan P
Ti.pcH^x Mav
! ^re Kahspel! visitors Tuesday. May
Mr and Mrs ' C1 y de Pau1 ' Mr '
?? d tl Mr ® non T r |aturdav 1 ^KaSsoS?
, M ]Tj le ^ Mrs Haro/d Shencfelt
| p" ente in ISrfka
Sunday.
Dorothy Bragg of North Carolina,
*s visiting Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Clark indefinitely.
Thomas Price was discharged
from the Navy, May 17 at Shoe
maker, Calif. He spent three days
with his steter Claudia Price at
Salinas, Calif., before starting home,
Enroute he also visited Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Jewett and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Walker in Portland. amv
mg home Wednesday, May 22. Torn
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom E.
Price.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Richardson and
family visited at the home of Mr.
Richardson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Richardson over the weekend.
Mrs. Weldon Smith and Children
of Rollins visited 1 for several days
the past week at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rock,
The Royal Neighbor Sewing Circle
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THE CHURCHES
OUR LADY OF MERCY
CHURCH
Eureka, Mont.
The Sacrifice of the Mass—Eu
reka, 9:30 a. m. on all Sundays
except the 4th and 5th. On thooe
two Sundays the hour is 11 a. m.
Rexford, 11:30 «. m. an all Sun
days except the 4th and 8th. On
those two Sundays the h o ur is 9:30
a. m.
•Hie Sacrament of Penanoe—-Eu
reka, Saturday at 4 and 7:39 p. na.
Rexford, 4th and 5th Sundays at
<4:15 a. m.
The Sacrament of Baptism—Sun
day afternoon by appointment.
The Sacrifice of the Mass
Holydays of obligation in Eureka
at 7 o'clock and 9:30 o'clock a. m.
No Mass in Rexford.
on
CHURCH OF GOD
Sunday:
11 a. m. Morning worship.
10 a. m. Sunday school. Classes
for all ages.
7 p. m. Young People's meeting.
8 p. m. Evening worship.
8 p. m. Prayer meeting.
Everyone welcome to our services.
REV. B. H. APPLEGATE,
Pastor.
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ST. MARY'S CHURCH
Troy
Masses the second and fourth
Saturd ay of the month at 9:00 a. m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Eureka
Sunday Services.
1 0:00 a. m. Sunday School.
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship.
4:30 p. m. Baptist Youth Fellowship
7:30 p. m. Evening Praise Service.
Midweek Meetings:
Tuesday evening, 7:30, Choir prac
tice.
Thursday evening, 7:30, Prayer
Mee ting and Bible Study.
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Libby
Masses every Sunday, 8:00 and
10:00 a. m.
Confessions Saturday evenings,
7:30 to 8:30.
Baptisms by appointment.
Holy Days of Obligation Masses j
it 7:1 5 and 8:00. „
TREGO COMMUNITY SUNDAY
SCHOOL
Sunday morning 10:30 a. m.
We will furnish transportation. '
HAROLD ERICKSONi
FORTINE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Sunday School, 10:30 a. m.
Worship Service, 11:30 a. m.
Jr. Young People's Service, 7:45
p. m.
Evangelistic Service, 8:15 p. m.
Prayer meeting, 8:00 p. m. Wed
nesday.
Arvid Erickson, Pastor
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SUNDAY SERVICES:
Sunday School - 10:00 A. M.
Morning Worship - 11:00 A. M.
Evangelistic - 7:45 P. M.
TUESDAY:
Prayer service - 7:45 P. M.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study - 7:45 P. M.
THURSDAY;
Christ> Ambassadors Service -
7:45 P. M.
Don't send your children to Sun
day School; BRING THEM! Sun
day is the Lord's Day; honor it by
attending Church.
LEON H. AYERS, Pastor
ST. LUKE'S - LIBBY
j (Episcopal)
; The Bishop of Montana will make
j hj s an nual Visitation on Sunday,
June 9th at 7:30 p. m.
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| met at the home of Mrs.. Burgess
(Drake, Friday May 24. After the
j usual meeting a delicious lunch was
served by the hostess. The next
meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. Roy Livengood. Friday, June
12th.
Norman Clark has returned from
Kalisptll where he has been in the
j hospital with pneumonia. Norman
is able to be at work again.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH
The subject for the Lesson-Ser
mon for Sunday -evening, June 2
is "Ancient and Modern Necro
mancy, alias Mesmerism and Hyp
notism, Denounced."
Wednesday evening meetings at
8:00 o'clock.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
ST. JOHN'S EV. LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
"The Little Cathedral in the Pines"
The Church of the Lutheran Hour
Divine Service
Sunday School - 10 A. M.
Summer vacation Bible School
gins next week, June 3-14, 9:30 A.
M. each day, Monday through Fri
day. Children 4-15 years are wel
come.
Choir Rehearsal Wednesday, 8:00
11 A. M.
p. m.
Ladies' Aid Thursday evening at
the home of Mrs. H. Flatt. Mrs.
Wm. Hafferman hostess.
THE LUTHERAN HOUR, now
heard over 800 radio stations around
the world, with Dr. Walter A. Maier
speaker, is sponsored by the con
gregations and the Lutheran Lay
men's League of the Lutheran
church, Missouri Synod. St. John's
of Libby invites you to tune in on
Sundays to one of the following
broadcasts:
Billings, KGHL 9 A. M.
Deer Lodge, PAV 9 A. M.
Great Falls. KFBB 8 A. M.
Kalispell, KGEZ 3 P. M.
Missoula, KG VO 4:30 P. M.
Spokane, KFIO 9:30 A. M,
Trail, Canada 9:30 A. M.
But do not only listen to the radio.
Come to church.
H. HASSKAMP. B. D.
FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH
Morning Worship next Sunday,
June 2, 6th Sunday after Easter,
will begin at 11:00 a. m. Sermon
Theme: "The Abiding Presence of
Jesus," John 14:15-21.
• The Junior Ladies' Aid will meet
on Tuesday evening of next week
with Mrs. Clifford Swenson, at her
home.
The regular meeting of the church
council next Monday evening will
not be held.
After next Sunday there will be
no Services until Sunday, June 30.
The pastor will be away during
that time. While away he will at
tend the bi-annual convention of
the synod held in Minneapolis, June
11-15.
H. C. HJORTHOLM, Pastor
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HAVE ALSO RECEIVED A FEW GUNS and RIFLES
KOOTENAI MERCANTILE COMPANY
Hardware Department

Week's ^
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R & W Cut Maraconi or
Sunspun
SALAD DRESSING
SPAGHETTI
15c
22c
8-ounce
24-ounce
R & W PEAS
R&W
27c
TOMATO SAUCE
6c
No. 2 Tins, 2 For
7%-ounces
Carlton
GRAPEFRUIT
R & W TEA
25c
87c
One-quarter Lb.
No. 2 Tins - 3 For
CIGARETTES
RYE-KRISP
25c
145
Per Carton
12-ounce
RALSTON
Van Camps BEANS and
23c
TOMATO SAUCE
22c
12-ounce - 2 For
25-ounce
R & W
CORN FLAKES
DOG CUBES
27c
23c
Friskie, 2 Lbs,
18-ounce - 2 For
Kootenai Mercantile Company
Grocery Department
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| FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday School - 9:45.
Morning Worship - 11:00.
5:00 Westminster Fellowship.
Circle A will meet on Friday af
ternoon, May 31. Members will be
notified of the place of meeting.
CLAYTON M. SHOTWELL
Minister
THE METHODIST CHURCH
LIBBY
Sunday School - 9:45 a. m.
Worship Service. 11 a. m.
Sr. Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service Wednesday, June 5,
at 2:00 in the Pondelick home; Mrs.
Maud Nelson, hostess; Mr. Bateman,
leader of worship; Mrs. Preston
program leader.
E. ROY FORT. Pastor
HOLY TRINITY - TROY
(Episcopal)
Ascension Sunday, June 2nd:
Holy Eucharist and Sermon, 8:00
p. m. _
ST. MICHAEL'S - EUREKA
(Episcopal)
SUNDAY, MAY 12
The Bishop of Montana will make
his annual Visitation on Sunday.
June 9th at 11
a. m.
THE M
ETHODIST
Worship service 8:00 p. m.
Woman's Society of Christian. Ser
vice luncheon in the Church, Thur*
day noon, June 6, followed by;
Society meeting.
E. ROY FORT, Pastor (Libby);
CHURCH

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