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TROY NEWS
School News
Mr. O .A. Gullidge, State High
School Supervisor, and Miss Edith
Harwood, Supervisor of Home Eco
nonnes, visited the Troy school
Tuesday afternoon.
New Enrollees
Charles Brown, Melba Redeye,
and Howard McCracken have en
rolled in high school since the be
ginning of the term.
Football
Troy High School's team was de
feated by Thompson Falls on the
home field Saturday afternoon by
a score of 34 tb 7. Most of the
Thompson Falls scores came on
sweeping end runs. Troy's lone
tally was made late in the last
quarter of the game when Hand
tossed an accurate pass to Coffman
who raced thirty yards to the goal
line. Troy passed up a chance for
a score
early in the game when
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one of the backs who had broken
away from all tacklers stopped af-|A.
ter he had crossed the ten yard
line, thinking that he had crossed
the goal.
The Troy football team
travel to Ronan for a
Saturday, October 5th.
will
game next
Sells Silver Grill
Tracy McElroy during the past
week has sold the building that
housed the Silver Grill restaurant.
The purchasers, the Higgins broth
ers from Spokane, plan to open a
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hardware store in this site and al
ready carpenters are busv remodel
ling. The store will be associated
with the Marshal Weis company bu^
understand this company is brandi
ing out into smaller communities
in much the same manner that
other large stores have done.
While Mr. McElroy is highly ap
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preciative of the patronage his res
taurant received he plans on stor
mg his fixtures for the present. He
will continue to operate the Doo
non Hotel.
Theatre Party
t ,u at T rda Z f ven i ng ' ^, and M -f'
John Lindholm, Mr. and Mrs. Wind
ein"" AT ld v, nd Mrs. Bert Win
t R i r « and Joh ^- V indh ,° lm '
Jr., and Mi. and Mis. Dick Eakms,
the latter wo couples from Spo
kane, attended the theatre in Libby
and afterward had dinner at the
Caboose.
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" U W d >Hnn S H h °° Part> at t-,
n i dn lt ( . eve „ run £ Mrs c ^an
Srhon, r-b fi a t ! d h ta f ^ Unday
CrmnH ? Tu d0 °a , dinncr -
Grilled steak and other delicacies
were on the menu. Those attend
Knph WC Mvrtii ani M n Wallace ' j Ed " a
Koch, Myrtle McDougall, Lucille
McFW- n'î n n ayf 'm' 1 r M M dl f Pd
McL.rov and Elmore Whitfield for
the girls while the boys to receive
the coveted invitations were: Jack
Bobby
galloon, Douglas Gilchrist, Bobby
SK' Ncil Lindsey * - d Billie
'
Woman's Society of
Christian Service
The Woman's Society of Christian
atTh^homl «"t Mr7n a> F a î er T
Sagen. At this time it was decided
to change the announced date for
the bazaar until December 5.
nftc moon
The
remain ,
spent s;
a delicious h
t
i\
serve )
:-h.
Guild
■rvty Fr.ii-cor:,! Guild nu t
if* of ther r n
a rm 'luncheon v.
businc
afteri -
lions for the annual h.
at ti
\
meeting was held and the
-■<m ni.g , i: . .. .
'
izaar.
Attends Convention
Mrs. Lvnn Mitchell in? nnn
tho Trov' members to attend the
Royal Neighbors convention in Lib
Thursday VeWk ' Sh ° rcU " ncd homc
Friendly Club
The Friendly Club—mef—of to
home of Mrs n. Vi at th !~
MrT &L„v P„ C ke? ga g»
lass. A pot luck dinner was
V.d at „Son 'S e„™Sd bt. an
The afternoon was snent in fnnm
work and games 11, r f nci '
Webb. Mrs. A1 Vient and MkT°
chie Pattie won the contai
Stitt was £
neid at the home of Mrs. Lee Shield«
with Mrj Fred. Perkins and Mra ,
Ges Hurd assisting hostesses
Magazine Salesmen
In the past few works Trov h-i«
literally been besieged with mag.V
zme salesmen. All are endeavoring
to obtain points for a scholarship
that will enable them to sunolo
ment the grant allowed returned
servicemen who enter the
sities.
univer
Pinochle Club
pmc
Meeting at the home
James Johnston for
of Mrs.
_ 3 dessert lunch
eon the Pinochle club had an in
tercsting afternoon. The first.
NOTICE
LIBBY and TROY AREA
Carpenters Local 2225
President—NEWTON S. CUTLER
Fin.-Secretary—ROY TIFFANY
Business Ageat—CHARLES A
NOEL
went to Mrs. Bob Rubier, traveling
prize, Mrs. Harold Nelson, and low
Mrs. Jim Lindsey.
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Injured
j While working Frank Cummings
j injured his foot and leg so that he
i was obliged to remain at home for
! a few days,
J
He is improving.
Opens Restaurant
Mrs. Jack Stengle is opening a
restaurant in the Rives building,
and as soon as the place can be
made ready it will be open to the
public.
Here and There
Jack Larson has enlisted for a
period of eighteen months and left
Monday.
Miss Helen Haaland who has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Haaland
returned Sat
urday to Seattle. Wn. A sister, Mrs
S[ Lien, and her little daughters
also from Seattle
holiday with her
are spending a I
parents.
Mrs. T. O. Long and daughter
Jean uf Catalina Island have re-j
turned to their home after a pleas-|
ant visit with her mother,
Young and with her sister,
Walter Zimmerman
Mrs. P. T. Mettler and daughters
Alice and Phyllis visited at the
Sund and Crush homes in the Yaak
on Mondav.
Mrs.
Mrs. j
Mrs. Ovie Larson and children
visited at the home of her
Mr.
week.
Mr.' and Mrs. E. J. Thirion Spo-1
parents.
Bert Coffman last
and Mrs.
i
kane, were guests at the home of I
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Coffman
of last week,
part
Mrs. Bill Perry was a business
visitor to Libby last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Doyle and:
son. Jimmv. of Colburn Ida were!
visiting at the Dan Doyle ' home
Monday. The men are brothers
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Drury drove
to C feston and other points in Can
ada on a sight seeing tour last Sun
dav.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Vient spent the
week-end in Spokane.
E. V. Koch is spending a few davs
at his home here. While working
for the Forest Service this summer
he has been absent from home most
of the time,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson spent
the week-end at Whitefish.
Les Coffman entertained a few
friends Saturday eveninng honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Don Cripe who arl
VISlt >ng their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jcss Cri P e - Thev are now residing
in California, but were former rcsi
dents of Trov
Mr. and Mrs. Carl DeBorde and
Mrs. Leon DeBorde
week from a business and pleasure
trip to Helena. F
James Cobbicdick who has been i
hospitalized at the Veteran's hos
pilai returned home laS week
Friends here iWret tn i Par n
Mrs/ounk-lï^h a IZt «me
ago for Boise has been called to
Phoenix,
returned last
Ariz., where her father
passed away.
Girl Scouts
, Last SUmmcv 7 ^Is with their
total ast for the online
The first 8
was $44.73.
meeting of the season
f short duration. Last week
elected as follows;
Mvrtle McDougall, vice
r.t. Edna K"ch and secretary.
Plans w
ie to be held next Friday,
Was
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p.
pr
1 Wall;
made
State Survey Mcv
i , p. . '
Kecuce tank Pnco
nrH 'IL rr.mtrol board has
■ d ilUnvid, ', survey to de
^ rni!n . e ' possibility of reducing
stores' 100 " f m ' k 5 ° ld by retaü food
The survey
. was ordered after the
board denied the petitions of Safe
i vay *7 tore s Tnc., and Sawyer Stores.
n [j ^ ® pr ic e differential on milk
soId b - v cash and carry stores
„ The board raid the positions
d< j lcd because sufficient surveys
SS SfT cort.
dd not bL> en presented by cither
Proponents or opponents of the
nC6 d,fT t erent iaI and added that the
demarkat *°n of a so-called cash and
äsu othcr storcs was
were
The board
pointed out that
store differential established with
out adequate knowledge of distri
bution costs might be in violation
the unfair
a
practices act.
The Western News advertisers ■
will assist thrifty people to reduce 1
their budget.
YAAK, MONT.
Cabins, Fishing,
and Pack Horses.
^ r *lc for Information
HAROLD GILKISON,
Saddle
Reg. Guide
1 ECTON ON RECORD AS
OPPOSING MVA
1 Authority as advocated in thb bill
I killed by the last congress terming
the plan as "communistic as any
thing Joe Stalin could ever devise."
Hon said he favored develop
Valley ment of the Misosuri basin for ir
Repubbcan Senatorial Nominee
Zales N. Ecton has gone on record
as opposed to a Missouri
troy cal endar of events
I
Kusner Electric Shop)
3-Way Lamps - Radios - Toasters
Infra red-heat Lamps - Insect
Repellent Lamps,
Paddy's Place
BEER - LIQUOR - FISHING TACKLE
BILL and HELLEN LINDSEY
A Good Time
to discover that yesterday's insurance cannot
you
cover today's property values BEFORE
have a loss.
Lots of unfortunate people
learning too late that construction costs have
gone up over 50% since 193!). A phone call
now may save you thousands of dollars . . .
are
J. B. FARRIS # insurance
PHONE 7J3
TROY, MONTANA
Come and Hear
VERN and ROLLIE
They Sing and Play Every
Wednesday Night at the
KOOTENAI CHALET
*
TROY DRUG
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TROY MORROW
Owner
TROY, MONTANA
Coffman Motors
General Repair Work anil Service
Zenith and Firestone Tires
ACETYLENE and ARC WELDING
LATHE WORK
The Vet's Bar And
Clubroom
A pleasant place to meet your
friends.
The General Public is Invited
to Patronize Our Bar
TROY CLUBS, LODGES AND
ORGANIZATIONS
Troy Development Association
meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday of
each month in Moose Hall.—
Chairman, Ford Cripe; V, Chair
man, Joseph R. Devich; Secre
tary, J. B. Farris; Treasurer, Jack
Brown.
* A. F. & A. M., Troy Lodge No.
126 meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays
of month at the Maconic Temple.
W, M., John Lindholm; Secretary,
Frank Frye.
* Troy O. E. S. meets 2nd and
4th Wednesdays of month. Worthy
Matron, Florence Drury; Sec
retary, Edith Mason.
* The Moose Lodge meets 1st
and 3rd Mondays of the month
at the hall.
Coffman; Secretary L. S. Dillon.
Governor, Lester
* Troy
Pres.,
Volunteer Fire Dep't.
R. M. Russell; Secretary,
R. R. Peterson; Fire Chief, Wm.
J. Dolan.
* Troy Boy Scouts meet each
Wednesday in School Bldg. Scout
Master, Ivan S. Hodges; Ass't
S. M., Ralph L. Dunkle. Cub
Pack meets weekly.
Walter Morrison,
meets Tuesdays, Mrs. Hodges,
den mother; Pack No. 2 meets
Thursdays, Mrs. Glen Thom, den
mother; Mrs. AI Watt, ass t den
mother.
Master,
Pack' No. 1
• Troy Girl Scouts meet Fridays
at 3; 15 p m. Leaders, Mrs. An
thony Joy and Mrs. Roy Sales.
* Troy Woman's Club meets 1st
and 3rd Tuesdays of month. Pres.
Mrs. Maurice Nelson; Secretary,
Mrs. J. B. Farris.
* Episcopal Guild meets 2nd and
4th Fridays at homes. Mrs. J. B
Farris, Pres.; Mrs. Perry Wilson,
Vice-Pres.; Mrs. Thomas Smith,
Sec'y-Treas. Phone 62F4.
[
* The Friendly Club meets every
other Thursday. Mrs. Leon De
Borde, Pres.; Mrs. Lynn Mitchell,
Secretary.
Dorcas Society meets 1st and
3rd Tuesdays. Mrs. Jack Reid
linger, Pres.; Mrs. Edwin Cripe,
Secretary.
W. S. C. S. meets alternating
Thursdays. .. Mrs.
Pres.; Mrs.
leiary.
John Sagen,
Roy Maness, Sec
* Youth Fellowship meets
call. Anne Cobbledick,
Lucille Jenkins, Secretary.
on
Pres.;
* Troy Churches:—Holy Trinity
Episcopal. Methodist, St. Mary's
Catholic, Seventh Day Adventist.
* John E. Freeman Post No. 5514
V, F. W. meets 1st and 3rd Fri
days each month at Moose Hall.
P. C., C. B. Hand; Adj. and Stew
ard, Ray Lindsey; Quartermaster,
Joe Kuwahara.
Cabinet Grange meets 2nd and
4th Saturdays of each month.
Master, Dorothy Perkins; Sec'y,
Mrs. Sig Anderson.
* Junior Woman's Club—Pres.,
Evely» Bissell; Secretary, Doro
thy Landon. Meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
In case of changes in officers,
or errors in listings, proper of
ficials should notify The West
ern News of Same.
Merchants and
Professional People
Who Support
This Calendar are
TROY BOOSTERS
ond Merit Your
Patronage
caPoowor- f 1 hot ™!? tro1 and * electri '
ent auThoriW p rns° PP ° PreS '
noeîm^ound^g^arne hjiutho^tv"
Ecton said, "bufit wouldstates.""
Troy Trading Co.
Groceries - - Dry Goods
CHILDREN'S RUBBER FOOT WEAR
WINDOW GLASS
Chevron Gas Station
HERMAN PETERSON, Prop.
RPM MOTOR OILS
Goodrich Tires, Tubes and Accessories
Tire Service
Greasing
Pres-to-Logs
Sales and Supplies
Ford Cripe Fuel Cr Supply Co.
PHONE 41
Drury's Silver Service
Silver Ethyl - Silver Gas
Tire Repair and Accessories
Remember the
HOME BAR
Henry Andresen - - - Troy, Montana
RETAIL BEER - WINE - LIQUOR
Lincoln Theatre
Troy, Montana
FOR GOOD ENTERTAINMENT
Thursday - Friday
- Saturday - Sunday
MARIE SAYS:
For Good
Home Cooked Foods
Stop at
The PALM-CLUB Cafe
A Complete Line of
Groceries
Fresh and Cured Meats
Kensler Markef
G. W. and R. M. Kensler
THE HIGHWAY INN
BARTENDER'S
RETREAT
Bill
June
Earl
WELCOME
YOU
Thursday, October 3, 1946
torshi P as communistic as anything
£* if*" 11 could ever devise It
mi t Ued by |i°""* o^th^MVA advo
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