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Mr. and Mrs. Chet Smith left Wednesday for Wisconsin on a vacation. < Mrs. M. I. Davis was shopping in the city Tuesday from her home Henry Lyle, of Plains, were guests last Thursday and Friday at the Hal Hepner home. Rev. William C. Stearns was a business caller in Whitefish last Monday. Mrs. William Nelson left last Thursday for Missoula. She retur ned to Libby on Friday. on the McGinnis Meadows. Mr. and Mrs. —VFW regular meeting the third Friday of each month in the com munity room of the courthouse. Mrs. Ingvar Ronning went to Glendive last week to visit with her brother, who is seriously ill. Kalispell visited at the R. W. Le Due home last week end. A. O. Gullidge, State High School Supervisor, visited the high school Bud Schultz left Saturday even ing for Rochester, Minn., where he expects to make his home. Mrs. C. K. Smith left today for Whitefish to spend the winter with her son. W. R. Littell left Monday for Greenough, where he expects to spend ten days hunting for elk. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baldwin of Duane Daugharty, student at the State University, Missoula, has been pledged by Sigma Alpha Epsilon. County Commissioner P. V. Klinke of Fortine was a visitor in Libby Saturday. —Lumber and Sawmill Workers Union No. 2581 meets the second and Fourth Tuesday of each month, 17-tf. Mrs. Edith Harwood, State Home Economics Supervisor, visited this week the Home Economics Depart ment of the high school. Mrs. M. R. Knight visited over the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Cox of Greenacres,! Washington. Mrs. George Bryant's mother, Mrs. Ida Davidson, returned home after visiting with her children in last Tuesday. Portland. George F. Kremkau returned home to Long Beach, Calif., after spending the summer months with his daughter, Mrs. Harry Chapman.! Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Oertel and daughter, Dolores, left for Seattle to visit relatives last Thursday. They returned Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Adkins and family flew to Kalispell Saturday; to shop. They returned that even Mrs. N. Linton of Sandpoint, Ida., is visiting at the Emil Turner resi dence this week. Mrs. Linton is the mpther of Mrs. Turner. —Lumber and Sawmill Workers Union No. 2581 meets the second and Fourth Tuesday of each month, 17-tf. down from mg. Gordon Leigh was Fortine over the week-end visiting his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. L. W. Leigh. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Carey, who spent a couple of weeks in Libby soliciting for the Americana Ency clopedia, left Tuesday to return to their home in Helena. G. Pat Barrett, son of Mr. and; Mrs George Bryant left for school at Bozeman. Sept. 22, where he is taking an Aeronotic Engineering course. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Neils left Sunday for Pullman. Wn., where Mr. Neils will resume his college studies at W. S. C.. after having served in the late war. Herbert and Marilyn Noils, Ken noth and Gerald Neils left Wed-1 nesday of last week for Missoula where they enrolled as students in Montana State University. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enders had the pleasure of having Mrs. Enders' brother and wife, Charles Bos'n and Orin Lien visit them from Rich mond, Va., for several days. Visitors at Throops Lake for the past 2 weeks were Leo Madigan and Albert Daley. They left Tues day morning for their home in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Preston re turned Tuesday after spending a week in Post Falls, Ida., with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Garner. —A public demonstration on Home Freezing Units will be given Octo ber 14 by Eric Wilson and Miss Katherine Fisher of Montana Ex tension Service. Time and place will be announced next week. No admission charge. All interested persons are urged to attend. H. A. Harpo of Deer Lodge spent a week or 10 days in Libby the latter part of September. He is interested in mining here and look ed after some property while in the city. Mr. Harpo operates a bakery at Deer Lodge and reported that he was fored to close it temporarily because of a shortage fats. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Barkee re ceived the glad news during the past week that a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hillis od Septem ber 25. at the Dalles, Ore., weight 6 lbs, 7-oz. The little lady has been named Diana Maie. Mrs. Hillis will be remembered as the former Jeanne Barkee. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Weydemeyer left Wednesday to resume their residence on their ranch in the For tine district. Mr. Weydemeyer re cently resigned as county assessor, his resignation having taken effect on September 30. He is succeeded in the office by the democratic nominee, Leslie Leigh, who was ap pointed by the county commission ers to fill out the unexpired part of Mr. Weydemeyer's term. Mr. and Mrs. Weydemeyer have a host j of friends in this section who will i regret to see them remove their | residence from here. Harold Miller went into Spokane Sunday to spend a few days there j on business. j Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Daggett and Mr. and Mrs. Gleason Pilcher drove to Kalispell Saturday. The men attended a meeting of the En j campment and the ladies took in | a show. They returned early Sun | day morning, The Libby fire department was called at 11 o'clock Monday night to one of the new cabins, No. 6, of the Neils addition adjoining the highway south of the city. The fire was of little consequence, no damage being done, spent an hour in the air last Sun day viewing the lakes and moun tains around Libby in the new Piper Cruiser. They were very en thusiastic about the trip. The pilot of the plane was Don Hargreaves. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zwang left j on a two weeks' vacation for Spo Î kane. Their two sons, Willard and I Larry, are at Gonzaga. They were j accompanied on the trip by A1 Flint and Francis McClure Coeur d'Alene, Rev. and Mrs. Clayton Shotwell as far as Edwin Herbert Stratton, 2c, sea man, first class, USNR, son of Mr. Alva Earl Stratton of Yaak, has been admitted to the U. S. Naval Hospital at Corona, Calif., on the 125th of August with a diagnosis of : Bronchiatasis Mr. and Mrs. Claus Detjens had as dinner guests on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Beebe of Libby and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker of Spokane, the latter couple having come in from the city to spend the week end here. Mrs. E. M. Boyes was hostess to the Silver bridge club Wednesday I night at her home in West Dibby. 1 High score prize went to Mrs. Les i lie Leigh, second high to Mrs. Ros ; ella Burke and guest prize to Mrs. ; Roy Rice. * Mrs. Ed Blahnik and daughter, Diane, of Ashland, Wis., are visi I ting Mrs. Blahnik's mother, Mrs. Inez Hipke, and grandfather, Mr. A. E. Barr. They arrived last Fri day and expect to leave next Tues \ day. | Mrs. Mary Deneen, who resides ; in southern California, stopped Libby one day last week for a brief 1 visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bar | kce, Mrs. Deneen is a sister | the Late H. J McDougal. She was j enrouto te Detroit, Mich., for ! visit with relatives and also expected 10 visit in Memphis, New Orleans ! an d elsewhere in the South. J Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neils, ac companied by their daughter-in-law, ! Mrs. Edward Neils and her two children, left Sunday to drive Chewelah, Wn., where Mrs. Edward Neils will visit With her parents for a short time before joining her husband at Klickitat, Wn. She had spent the summer here at the Wal I ter Neils home. Mrs, Steve McCullough came I down from Eureka Tuesday after I noon for an overnight visit at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Pete M. Pederson, and to visit her sister, Mina Barson who left Wed nesday for a location in Dakota where she is to be employed aa nurse in the Indian service at J ao Indian reservation. The Rev. and Mrs. Clayton Shot well and small son, returned home ' last Saturday evening from visi tings Mrs. Shotwell's parents in South Cheyenne and Rev. Shotwell's par ents in Encampment, Wyo. They I were also in Denver and while there j had a ! Littell Colorado Women's College, short visit with Miss Billie who is attending Denver Mr. and Mrs. Sam'Tcfcau retur 'tied to Libby Monday evening from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stamschror at Sunnyside, Wash. They report a most enjoyable trip to that section of the west. Mr. and Mrs. Tefeau were accompanied home by Mrs. Stamschror, who will visit here for a week or more. The Stamchrors will be remembered as former Libby residents. Supt. O. L. Gillespie of the Libby, schools spent the week end in Helena on school business connec ted with the floating of the $115,000 issue of bonds for the erection of a new gymnasium here next year, Cpl. Robert Chapman spent a week's furlough here with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chap man, before leaving for A. M. school at Biloxi, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Swenson and children left last Saturday for their new home in Bagley, Minn. They expect to go only as far as Kalispell on Saturday. They plan ned to stay there a few days to visit the Sam Thompson family, be before going on to their new home Because of a great deal of late copy a large number of local news items were left out of this issue, They will be published next week, REAL ESTATE 3 Improved City Property SEVERAL NICE BUILDING SITES SMALL FARMS CLOSE IN WITH CITY LIGHTS We specialize in farm and business property throughout Lincoln County. E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY John F. Bowen, Local Agent PHONE 66M - KOX 295 Industrial Art Dept. Improved The entire Industrial Arts Dept, is being changed and new equip men added to give them training in practical education. The high school has added a new fourteen inch band saw and a new drill press. There also is a new turning lathe ordered. A new rack was constructed and the boys are re-sanding all of the benches and ; putting them in first class condition. A new assembly table was built and also a rack for their mechani- j cal drawing boards. Most schools throughout the coun try are having a revival of voca- j tional and practical education. The | libby schools are progressively fol- ' lowing this type -of program and will be gradually expanded. The Peptomists of Libby High School are entertaining the alumni at a breakfast October 12 at nine o'clock in LHS Peptomists to Entertain Alumni î the Home Economics room. The Peptomists have been an active organization at the school since its organization in 1929. There are several charter members in Lib by and Peptomists from every class expect to be represented. Enter tainment from present Petomists and talks from the various alumni will be given. All past Peptomists who wish to attend should call 56-R before next Tuesday for reservations, 1 — 111 ! FORMER LIBBY MAN ; COMPLETES DENTAL COURSE T . ... , .. „ , I r SLVJîS £ ra - 9' ^ eims to ^Pi )kane *° naeet vX lr „,^ n ' rg u JZ' 5 eims ' . ' and j f 1 s V „ ] Wno ,, i' own m t îl?J n j 7 ,os ngele ^ tnat ar r; rno< ? n - ine drove back to Llbby that same | .Td^T, _ . ■ ._ _ , , _ Bdl ; .. ? s be * s c I ai W Libby friends, was graduated September 14 from the University , of Southern College of Dentistry Jf stationed at band Point, j I Dr Seims left for Seattle Monday : evening and his wife left for As toria, Ore., to visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Martin, until Dr. Seims finds a place to live Seattle. in of MEEKER TO BE AT a the Veteran's Welfare Commission, Kalispell, will be at the VFW Club October 9th, 1946. OF TOE MOOSE «Aiîsfc JhiJNDb LOR SHODAIR HOSPITAL VFW CLUB OCT. 9 I. J. Meeker, Service Officer, The women of the Moose have secured permission from the Mayor to sponsor their drive to raise funds for the Shodair Hospital. The red heart tag sale will be-1 gin next Thursday._ CARS COLLIDE ON PIPE CREEK ROAD , at 10 o clock yesterday morning. The drivers were Buzz Monroe an d W. D. Bateman, both of Libby, There were minor injuries to both vehicles, and no on e w as injured, Two cars collided 2 1 -a miles north °f Libby on the pipe creek road HARVEST HOME DINNER POSTPONED The Harvest Home Dinner to be given bv the Methodist church has been nostponed to a later date, Watch your paper and posters f . new date. — -■. NOTE OF APPRECIATION 208 HOUSING UNITS Missoula, Mont.—(U.R) ; housing units allocated to the Uni versity of Montana will be on trains and trucks headed for Mis soula from the former Kaiser ship yards within the next week, T. G. Swearington, university engineer, J has announced, We take this means of thanking all those who aided in the search for our little Neil last Friday. We appreciated it greatly. Mr. and Mrs O. A. Knapp and family. GOING TO STATE U. The 208 Mr. and Mrs. Willis W. Christen- ! ""ft? th * P as .t week for I S' 1% C i hnS ha ï been promoted to head salesman rf j toat by the J. C. Penney Co Last Friday night the staff of the ' Libby Penney Store gathered at presented with a lovely all-wool blanket as a going-away gift. . ' Manager E. J. Barkee's home in a farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. ' Christenson, the honor guests being KJ Patch Up Those Windows For Winter . '/• %ME • • • Do it before cold weather hits. We have glass in all the standard sizes and can cut to any size desired. We also carry Cell-oglass. JUST ARRIVED—"Presto" Pressure Cookers — make cooking a snap; Heavy Duty Step-On Cans, electrically welded, white enamel exterior, unusually strong; Heavy Aluminum W T are in Assorted pans and roasters .... « n Other items that will interest you are McDonald Deep Well Pumps, an Outboard Motor, Copper Boilers and Copper Washboards, Crosscut Saws, Swedish Saws, 2Vz and 3Vz lb. Christmas Tree axes. Galvanized Tubs and Buckets, Galvanized Coal Hods, Galvanized Trash Cans, Electric Lanterns that hold 2 and 4-cell telephone batteries, Rubber Tired Wheel lari ows. i î MU HARDWARE Ê i REPUBLICANS TO MEET AT KALISPELL OCT. 14 There will be a meeting of mcm bers of the Republican County Cen tral committees of Lincoln, Flat head and Sanders counties, at Kal is P eI1 <>° Monday, Oct. 14. accord ding to George Earle, chairman of the Lincoln County central com mittee. It is hoped a large number iof Lincoln county members will at tend, states Earle. ,_ Mr ' and Mrs - Ivan Blair - of Pin * cher Creek, Alberta, Canada, Mrs. Fred Blair, of Hope, B. C„ and Mr. anc j Mrs. James Hartigan of Sum mit , were week-end visitors of the Lewis Blair's. - WINTER LONG SHORT COATS COAT \ yourse^ V I ' ï Wm. I l ■s' * . : ' & tl i ; 4':*!>• It - M *4 1 \ liiNiils « '■■V w V# \ |J ■M k ■ "-«a i "1 So practical, If you jump in and out a lot. So pretty in any case—over everything you own . . . They're 100 per cent wool - belted or boxy - dark or bright. Cheery, coxy insulation — to make winter a bright season. Superb wools that hold their color ... in new sculptured or classic styles ... some with nailheads. Misses*, wo men's, Juniors*. $ 29.75 $ 37.75 NEW FALL HATS $ 1.49 $ 2.98 / \ . Scores of Styles 'LL SOFTIES and V DRESS r* ; V Name it. and we'll have it! Feathers, sequins, "line" hats young hats, stately hats, high crowns, peaked crowns, calots, berets, bumpers. mÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊm^ÊÊÊ^rn LARGE GROUP FROM LIBBY ATTEND UNIVERSITY I Libby is well represented at the t State University at Missoula this year. The following people that left here last week were: Dale Adams, .Tommy Brinton, Don Stan ley, Bob Jaqueth, Dwane Daugh arty, Leonard Spencer, Ralph Spen Baney, Cutler, Kenny j I cer, Marilyn Neils, June Margie Hunter, Newton Herb Neils, Jerry Neils, Neils, and Bob Switzer. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker of Spo-1 kane spent the week end in Libby j visiting with Mrs. Walker's sister ! and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle 1 Beebe. NOW OPENING SPAWN TAKING STATIONS The spawn taking stations at Al bert and Kilbrennen lakes are now being opened for 4he taking of Eastern Brook eggs, state George Ripley, superintendent of the Libby fish hatchery, in discussig hatchery activities this week. About five million eggs will be taken, said.Mr. Ripley. The Libby hatchery sup plies all other state hatcheries and also the federal hatcheries in Mon tana with all their Eastern Brook eggs, —— Mr. .and Mrs. W. H. Shook, of Sandpoint, Ida., visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oyen over the week-end.