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HOSPITAL NEWS Robert Petrusha was admitted June 13 for an appendectomy. Pete Nelson, son of Henry Nel son was admitted June 16 with lacerated head, the result of falling out of a tree. The small son Barth Sullivan was admitted June 18, with fractured arm received a result of falling from a tree. Mrs. George Beasley, Libby, and Miss Margaret Egan, Troy, were admitted for surgery, June 18. David J. Wynn, Troy, was admit ted June 17 as a medical patient. Ed Hanna was admitted Sunday night, following an auto accident, with a number of fractured ribs multiple contusions and abrasions about the face and body. Dr. Sather, Troy, and the Billi deau family were admitted follow ing an auto accident, suffering con tusions and abrasions but no ser ious injuries. Cassius Duncan was released June 18. MODERN ART CLUB STARTS MEMBERSHIP DRIVE A special meeting of the Junior Woman's Club was called Thursday evening. The new officers presided over the meeting. They are: presi dent. Mrs. Arlie Thompson; vice president, Mrs. Robert Hieleman; secretary, Mrs. Clarence Brown; and treasurer. Miss Jenny Rolseth. The meeting was called to pick a new name for the club. The name that was chosen is "Modern Art Club." The new club is a federated club and our new president plans a very interesting year for the members. The club is having its membership drive now.—Club Reporter. -, u/ .., Thursday - Friday - Saturday June 20-21-22 DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM:— // Lheyenne Wildcat , irk ^, nvnrp" BILL ELLIOT as RED RYDER . / CFQr\r^jM / m Jlc rr 1,1 plus EDW. EVERETT HORTON and RUTH TERRY Sunday and Monday June 23-24 WEEKEND AT THE WALDORF // // -starring LANA TURNER - VAN JOHNSON GINGER ROGERS and WALTER PIDGEON Great Entertainment! -FOX NEWS— Tuesday and Wednesday June 25-26 JOAN LESLIE - ROBERT HUTTON in Too Young To Know' A chance in a millon for happiness. MERRIE MELODY - "Holiday for Shoestring.'' Kootenai Theatre Hi ♦ J w??-: o Hot Tips on Keeping Cool! . . . Treat your face to a kindly shade which cuts off the hot summer sun. It's easy to get the right kind of a straw hat at our store. ... The WRIGHT Straw Hat helps you look your best - You'll look and feel crisp and fresh with one of these new hats. Priced from $1.50 $3.50 to Miller's Clothing Store "Always First in Fashions 99 I CLASSIFIED a EOR SALE - Heatrola, 3-5 room W. M. 4-2x For Sale: size; light 2-wheel Trailer. Polda, East Libby. For Sale.-Monarch Range in very good condition. Inquire J & I Cafe. ____ For Sale; A few Battery Radio sets I new and used. Baker's Radio Ser vice. 4-2c ! For Sale— 1 pre-war rubber-tired collapsible Baby Buggy, like new; Mrs. Rudy | lc -:— For Sale—Two months old White Rocks and New Hampshire Reds. 408 Dakota. For Sale:—Table and double Bed. Mrs. Walter Jensen. 5-2x 1 Play Pen, like new. Peck. Eureka. lc For Sale—Small Kerosene Heater. Tel. 27F12. lc ! — I For Sale—Span of black mares, Wt. f 1650 apiece; Rake and Mower. H. W. Cole, Box 22. Troy, Mont. lx For Sale—Cabbage, Broccoli and Brussel Sprouts Plants. Phone 20F30. lc For Sale—Heatrola, 3-room size for wood or coal. Phone 175M . lx _ 28 acres. 14 alfalfa, sub-irrigated, 5-room cement foundation log house, cement floor, barn, milk house pass state inspection. This place one mile Libby. Wallace Real Estate Agency. lc ■ as Wanted—A bed spring mattress at reasonable price. Call 94-J3. lx -1 For Sale—Model A. Sedan, motor in good condition, good tires. Phone 27FI2 any time before 4 p. m. SPECIAL LATE LISTING: WANTED j Wanted—Boy or girl to deliver The Missoulian. Phone 217M. Mrs. , Ei mer Luedecke. lc II WANT TO BUY THE FOLLOW I ING SHEETS OF STAMPS: j 30 cent Winged Globe 16 cent Special Delivery Blue 25 cent Clipper 20 cent Clipper 50 cent Clipper 6 cent Red and Blue 20 cent Map 5 cent Beacon 50 cent Graf Zeppelin j Complete Set of Parks j Complete Set of Washington Bi Centen. ALLEN GOODGAME Troy, Montana Call lc ; -- i gold wrist j Watch, about 4 Wednesday after-1 noon. Phone 217W. Mrs. Ralph Al bert - ' lc| Wanted;—Piano Player for Satur day nights at the Cedar Creek Club, j See Bob Bigelow at Melody Music Shop. lc Wanted: Gravity Machinery for 10 to 25 ton Mill, would consider purchase of complete mill, L. G. Slater, Box 347, Colville, Wash. Ballmill, Flotation or 4-3c Wanted to Rent:—Small House in Libby. Box 1013. 4-2x LOST Lost—Sleeping bag between town and Happy's Inn or on West Fisher Reward for return. Road. 99-J. Lost—Ladies Orvin Lost—Collapsible steel Fishing Pole, complete with line, hook and reel, Monday morning about 10-30 at in- j NEW ELECTRIC CHURN 6-Gallon Capacity A Good Stock of Wringer Rolls Complete Electric Motor & Refrigerator Service PARTLOW ELECTRIC CO. Next to Postoffice DEALER PHONE 182 Make the VFW Cocktail Lounge Your Headquarters The Cocktail Lounge is for your com fort and convenience. It is being ducted in a manner that makes it very nice place for you to stop in with your friends. As the weather grows warmer you will find it an exceptionally good place for that few' min utes rest. Come in once and you are sure to back often. Regular V. F. W. Meetings are the First and Third Friday of each month at the Moose Hall. rW con m a come Uersection by Episcopal Church. Be longed to Delbert. Return for re ward. Floyd Bowen. 1c Lost: — Billfold Containing papers. Reward. See L. B. Stonehocker at Uaqueth and Charnholm. 4-2x MISCELLANEOUS E hosi men ding, 35c per ry p 130g Ml * eral Ave *' Box 8 P 26 Phone 98R. 40-tf. Order your winter's wood now. Lee Child's. 3-3x NOTICE Eureka, Mont. June 10, 1946 One Sorrel Mare came to my place about Jan. 1. 1946, and has been here ever since. Branded JF on the left shoulder. Owner may have same by paying me for her keep and for this ad. J. C. Eastland. 4-2c FOUND Found: — Small gold Cross with chain. Owner may have by paying or this notice. Call at Western News. lc ♦ The sweetest joys a heart can hold Grow up between its crosses. —Nixon Waterman NOTICE OF INTENTION TO i CIEAIE SPECIAL IMROÏEMENT K e Cj.Æn N ot.he City of Libby Mon ana deeming it for the best interest of the city and of the property owners adjacent to said proposed special improvement dis trict. has passed a resolution of in tention dated June 14, 1946 to create Special Improvement Dis trict No. 26, for the purpose of constructing a sanitary sewer of 8-inch vitrified pipe in said district is described in said resolution ; SttafatedTcort l J f e ( ^ % running I foot with a total estimated cost of $4.350.00. There shall be a special meeting of the said city council at the City Hall in said city of Libby, on July 9, 1946 at 8:00 P. M. to hear and to pass on all written protests that may be made against the creation of said Special Improvement District. .Said protests to be submitted to the ! City Clerk not later than July 6th, 1946 at 5:00 P. M, j By Order of the City Council j of the City of Libby, Montana Paul Church, j City Clerk It—June 20. i IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT !OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN. In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM ST. CLAIR UPHAM, Deceased. No. 964 NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE Notice is hereby given that a pri vate sale of the following described personal property will be given July 9, 1946; 1 Dresser, 2 Tables, 1 Trunk, 6 Chairs, Bed Springs and Mattress. Radio, Mirror Wool Blanket, Mis cellaneous dishes,' 1 cooking utensils. Fish rod, Kitchen Oil Stove, Mis cellaneous tools, Miscellaneous cloth ing. Inquire at H. B. Wallace Real Es- täte Office. Post Office Address: Libby, Montana. Place of sale at late residence of said deceased in 600 Block on Utah Avenue. H. B. Wallace H. B. Wallace, Public Adminis trator Estate of William St. Clair Upham, Deceased. 2t—J-20-27. LOCAL BOTS EARN TRIP TO VICTORIA John McRell and Kenneth Hoef ner returned home Monday night from a trip to Victoria, B. C. The trip was sponsored by the Spokes man Review for 350 boys of the Inland Empire who had earned the honor as carrier-salesmen for the Spokane paper. Points in the con test were won by signing up new subscribers for the daily, and with 2200 points being required, each of the Libby boys who made the trip had 2500 to his credit. Leaving Libby last Thursday night, the boys made their first stop in Spokane, where they had a tour of inspection throughout the Spokesman Review building and were entertained at a dinner party in the Cheerio Club. They left Spokane on a special train for Seattle, where chartered buses were waiting to take them to the dock. There they went a board the Kalakala, the first modern ferry, for a 5^ hour ride. A fea ture of the trip was the presence on board of Billy Conn on his ... _ way to participate in a fight in Vic toria. Arriving in Victoria, the boys a gain found special buses waiting and they enjoyed a sight-seeing tour of the city, which was both interest ing and instructive. 0 n rot „ r „ c ... wen , to BarSks' whè% i?Œ Seattle were a trip to Woodland Park and an inspec T ion of r j PI . r PV in«rtrm „ among other thines a suicide plane g apanese „ <-> • , _ came Tuesday to viS^at the Harry Hatlle h °™- _^ The boys report a very exciting and worthwhile trip and that they believe is was fully worth their hard work in earning it. Thrifty Shoppers Buy Quality! You can always find quality foods when you shop at BURGAN'S and you will find them at low everyday prices. Carefully selected foods to fill your pantry shelves are available at BURGAN'S — Come In and save today. PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY LETTUCE Solid Heads. 9c Lb. CUCUMBERS 22c Long Green - for slicing and salads _ Lb. MELONS - - CANTALOUPES RIPE OLIVES WAX PAPER Limited Supply 125 ft. Roll * Each .. Lindsay - Medium Size Pint Jar Each ... 22c 32c \ C LOROX 24C Half Gal. Jug Disinfectant and Bleach COFFEE 34c Lb. Jar Schillings CREAM CORN I 5 c 20-oz Can Golden - Kreem Kernel DEVILED HAM iSc 3-oz. Can Cudahy's Genuine CHICKEN NOODLE Campbells Soup . 15c IOV2-0Z. Can New shipments of "critical" and new items are being received each week . . . . Such as FOILRAPP, COLA, SYRUP, LIQUID STARCH, PRESERVES, CANNED FRUITS. Do all your shopping gt BURGAN'S - Groceries, meats, fruits and vegetables. It is still impossible to get the Critical Items BUT WE DO HAVE A Large Variety of Assorted Lunch Meats Plenty of Weiners - Smoked and Plain Liverwurst Fresh Hamburger - - Pure Pork Sausage Young Beef Liver Beef Steaks Beef Roasts Fresh Tamales Your Best Bet Is - - &r*&: FOOD IP Ê&-': / ECHO RETURNS HOME WITH DISCHARGE M. W. Echo, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Echo, arrived home Sunday, June 9, from Bremerton, where he received his honorable discharge from the navy. He enlisted in the navy shortly àter graduating from Libby High with the class of '44. He spent 9 months overseas in the Pacific as an electricians mate- on an LST ship. He has earned the Phillipine liberation ribbon, Asiatic-Pacific rib bon and Victory medal. Mrs. Harry Robinson and grand daughter, Janet Dorothy of Sheri dan, Wyo., came Tuesday evening to visit Libby friends. They are house guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Boyes. Real Estate Listings If you want to buy If you want to sell California Avenue three-room modern house with two apart ment rental property. Five room house on sewer - Close in. Nearly one half acre ground with log house, other buildings, electric lights, city water - Very close in. Price $1250. This will go quick. Three and one half miles from Libby - Forty acres, ten meadow, sub-irrigated, good four room house, root cellar and other buildings. Priced $1200 for quick sale. VACANT CITY LOTS See Us See Us — RANCHES-FARMS WALLACE REAL ESTATE AGENCY Phone 93 WALLACE REAL ESTATE AGENCY TRANSACTIONS The following deals were con sumated through The Wallace Real Estate Agency: Alex Graves sold his small ranch east of Libby to Herman Olden burg. Mr. Oldenburg will take pos session at once. Alex Graves also sold an adjacent piece of property to Lester LaBelle. Mr. LaBelle is now occupying the property. Halstead C. Remp sold a piece of land to James Reedy. The Wallace Real Estate Agency purchased lot one of the* Pival Ad dition from Adam Keslinke. George W. Day, of the Welfare Department of Eureka, is in Libby this week.