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I ÏÏT I » h SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School - 9:45 a. m. Family Worship - 11:00 a. m. Sunday. Oct. 6 ,, 1946 is the offi cial beginning of the new Sunday School year! A special program has; been planned and arranged espec ially for the whole family. The Sunday School hour will tie into the Family Worship hour in order to dismiss in ample time. Please note the beginning of a new time for our Sunday School— 9:45 a. m. With the start of a new year, we've organized some new classes in order to provide for every member of the family. So, please don't send your children to Sunday School; BRING THEM." This Sunday promises to be one of the greatest days in the history of our Sunday School. You'll ijiiss it if you're not there! Evangelistic - 7:45 p. m. TUESDAY: Sunday School Conference - 7:00 p. m. Prayer Service - 8:00 p. m. WEDNESDAY: Public School Release Time — 8:45 to 11:45 a. m. THURSDAY: Christ's Ambassador's Service at 8:00 p. m. Choir Practice - 9:00 p. m. Sunday is the Lord's Day—Honor it by attending CHURCH. LEON H. AYERS, Pastor , _ The subject for the Lesson-Ser mon for Sunday. October 6 at 11:00 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Wednesday evening meetings at 8:00 o'clock. Sunday Service - 11 a. m. 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. Gxmt Med 1* ' fU * À "• * r W ,1 w r, ; * . * A C I w CARDIGAN SWEATER *4 98 In many colors, the favor ite cardigan, long sleeved! Misses' and Women's sizes. m ft \ <*4 •> \ y ■ y ' LADIES' PANTIES 59c Well-fitted trico knit rayon panties with el. Stic waist. Tcarose only. DM * Xtÿ- , 7 \ WOOL SQUARE Y|49 Every girl's standby! 100 7o wool scarf, fringed and solid colors! t AUTHORIZED DEALER 8 p. m. Prayer meeting. Everyone welcome to our services. REV. B. H. APPLEGATE, Pastor. i (tf) ST. MARY'S CHURCH Troy Masses the second and fourth Saturday of the month at 9:30 a. m. 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. ! FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 9:45 . Sunday School Qur Rally Day last Sunday was a gre at success. We want to keep our attendance just as high all thru the year. We can do it by each member coming each Sunday. Help us ma ke our Sunday,School a grow ; i ng one . Prayer meeting, 8:00 p. m. Wed nesday. Arvid Erickson, Pastor V. 11:00 - World-Wide Communion Service. We cordially invite you to attend this annual World-Wide Commun ion Sunday Service. Christians all over the world will be observing the Lord's Supper on this day. Come and worship with us and partake of the sacred elements with us. CLAYTON M. SHOTWELL Minister FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Morning Worship next Sunday, | Oct. 6 , 16th Sunday after Trinity, will begin at 11:00 a. m. Sermon Theme; Christ Magnified in You. (Phil. 1:20-26. j The Sunday School will begin at 9:45 a. m. The Sr. Confirmation Class will meet at the church on Monday even ( j n g a ^ seven o'clock, The R e | ea se Time Classes will meet at the church on Wednesday f orenoon , The Senior Ladies' Aid will meet j at the church on Friday evening of next week, Oct 11. This will be a ! Birthday Party to celebrate the 32nd birthday of the Aid. There will be a program in the sanctuary and soc ial hour, immediately following, in the social room of the bhurch. Mem bers of the Junior Ladies' Aid and their husbands are cordially invited. H. C. HJORTHOT.M Pnstor ST. JOHN'S EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) 'The Little Cathedral in the Pines" Sunday Divine Worship 8 p. m. instead of 11 a. m. The Service will be conducted by The Rev. A. Jordan of Kalispell. The local pastor will be guest speaker at the Power, Mont., Mission festival that day. Sunday School the regular time, 10 a. m. No training class or release time religious school next week, Oct. 6 - 12. The pastor will be attending the District Convention at Lewis town. Ladies' Aid this Thursday even ing at the parsonage, Oct. 3, 8 p. m. Y. M. P. S. Oct. 13, 8 p. m. at the church. Pot luck. Quarterly Voter's meeting after 11 a. m. service Oct. 13th. H. HASSKAMP. B. D. HOLY TRINITY - TROY (Episcopal) Holy Eucharist and sermon -8:00 p. m. LIBBY METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Wm. C. Stearns, Pastor Sunday: 9:45 a. m. - Sunday School. 11:00 a. m. - Worship and Com munion. Sermon; "The Purpose of Communion." We are observing, with churches the world over "World-Wide Com Sunday. Everybody is munion welcome. 5:00 p. m. - Meeting to organize an Intermediate Fellowship. Open to young people of 12 years and over. 3:00 p. m. - Worship and Corn Observance of "World Thursday; 8:00 p. m. - Choir practice. 8:00 p. m. - Junior W. S. C. S. TROY METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Wm. C. Stearns. Pastor Sunday: 10:30 a. m. - Church School. munion. Wide Communion" Sunday. Ser mon - The Purpose of Communion. Thursday: 2:30 p. m. Woman's Society of Christian Service. 8:00 p. m. - Choir Practice. TREGO COMMUNITY SUNDAY SCHOOL We will furnish transportation. Sunday morning 10:30 a. m. HAROLD ERICKSON Diamonds * Watches * Birthstone Rings * Signet Rings * Watch Chains * Flex-Bands for both Ladies and Gents * Bracelet Watches * New cord for any color Watch * Silver Baby Cups * Baby Spoons Baby Bows in Silver Plate SHOCK PROOF, WATER PROOF, NON- MAG NETIC, SWEEP SECOND, RADIUM DIAL Bracelet Watches For Men IN GOLD and STAINLESS STEEL CASES. J TK1 These are the NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WATCHES that every veteran knows is the BEST EVER. These watches are the same as those the boys carried overseas - that took so much rough use, and came home with them in GOOD CONDITION. The 17 jewel watches of the above make sell for, from $42.50 to $47.50 tax included .... - _— SEE THEM NOW at the Buckingham Jewelry Store In the Odd Fellow Building CHRISTMAS IS NOT SO FAR AWAY; BUY NOW STATE CHAPTER DONATES TO SISTER KENNY FOUNDATION A check for $10,330.65 from thej Sister Kenny Foundation has been deposited by the newly-organized Montana state chapter of the foun-jcan dation. W. W. Gail, chairman an nounced Gail said, represents The money,--- -— # the state's half of the net receipts from the Montana Kenny drive last fall after 12 per cent was deducted for expenses of the national cam Montanans contributed $23, paign. 478 to the drive. Scholarships for training nurses, in the Kenny method of polio treat ment will be provided from the fund, the state chairman reported. Any registered or graduate nurse, under 40 is eligible and may apply ! for a scholarship, he said. Each scholarship, furnished joint ly by the national foundation and 1 the state chapter, provides for two years training at the Kenny Insti tute in Minneapolis with all expen ses paid, including tuition, room and j board. Each scholarship amounts to $3,900. Applications may be made with the state chairman, he said. The next regular course at the Kenny Institute will begin in January. "Montana is the only state in the Union which raised its per capita quota of the campaign last year," Gail pointed out. "The campaign did not raise the full amount sought for the purpose of enlarging the Kenny institute and for the train ing of nurses," he added. "It is hoped that this goal will be reached in this year's campaign to run from November 18 to Decern ber 7." _ The current epidemic in Min nesota, Gail said, "has emphasized the urgent need for vastly enlarged j facilities for giving Kenny treat- i ments." | Polio patients are being "packed | a dozen to a room" at the institute i with an overflow being sent to the ; general hospitals,, the state chair- 1 man asserted. 1 Besides Gail officers of the state ; chapter are Dr. Wayne Gordon, vice chairman; H. J. Coleman, treas urer; Norman Ahrens, assistant treasurer, and Mrs. M. R. Colberg, secretary. National Chairman for the com ing campaign will be Kate Smith; Bing Crosby will be executive com mittee chairman and Rosalind Rus sell, who portrays Sister Kenny in a motion picture to be released at the opening of the campaign, will be chairman of the women's com mittee. Members of the Montana State committee are Mrs. Arnold Amund son, Glendive; Miss Helen Dahl, Plenty wood; Tom J. Davis, Butte; Mrs. Orville DeShaw, Sidney; Mrs. Floyd Ellis, Ekalaka; Mrs. John Fiske, Whitehall; Mrs. George Fra ser, Lewistown; Mrs. Lewis A. Har mon, Roundup; Mrs. Arthur Jones, Great Falls. Mrs. L. R. Lanagan, Big Timber; Ben M. Larson, Cirijle; Mrs. S. O. Moen, Culbertson; H. T. Moore, Miles City; Mrs. Joe Olenik, Hardin; R. B. Packard, Laurel; Miss Ethel Schmidt, Hysham; J. L. Sher burne, Browning; Mrs. W. J. Shir ley, Choteau, and Ted E. Stump, Livingston. ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH 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 at 7:15 and 8:00. 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 those »wo Sundays the hour is 11 a. m. Rexford, 11:30 a. m. on all Sun fays except the 4th and 5th. On those two Sundays the hour is 9:30 î. m. The Sacrament of Penance—Eu reka. Saturday at 4 and 7:30 p. m. j Rexford, 4th and 5th Sundays at 4:15 a. m. The Sacrament of Baptism—Sun fay afternoon by appointment. The Sacrifice of the Mass on flolydays of obligation in Eureka at 7 o'clock and 9:30 o'clock a. m. No Mass in Rexford. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Eureka - Rev. F. L. Lewno, Pastor Sunday School . 10 A. M. Family Worship . 11 A. M. Y. P. Fellowship . 6:30 P. M. Evening Service . 8:00 P. M. Choir Practice Thursdays at 7 P. M. Bible Study every Thursday. 8 P. M. Friday: „ Junior High Fellowship 7:00 P. M. to TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY I am very grateful to you for the generous patronage you have given me and sorry indeed that I not stay to continue to share the unsurpassed beauty of your country and the gracious fellowship of vour citizens. It is with the deepest regret that I say that I hope I can feel that I still have your good-will and that; I could not count a happier stroke j of fortune than one that would at j ^or County Representative As Democratic candidate for the 0 ffj ce 0 f Representative from Lin -1 c0 ] n County, I solicit your support. : jf elected I will put forth my best efforts in behalf of the people of Lincoln County and the State of Montana. Your vote and assistance will be highly appreciated. WILLIAM F. HAFFERMAN For State Representative: Having secured the Republican nomination for State Representa tive, I come before the people of Lincoln County for their support in the General Elëction of Novem her 5. If elected my every effort as your Representative will be to maintain the form of government Political Announcements For Sheriff: I wish to announce that I am an Independent Candidate for the of fice of Sheriff of Lincoln County in the coming general election Nov. 6 , j 1946. If elected I will serve the i people equally and faithfully. Your ! support will be greatly appreciated. I Robert E. McAllister W orld War II Vet that has made America great, al ways striving to strengthen govern mont by law as contrasted to gov ernment by bureaucracy, and with a sincere determination to maintain and further the social gains already secured. Your support is solicited: and will be deeply appreciated. CHARLES D. ROWE Tïmtont Super Anti-Freeze Per Gallon $140 Let us fill your radiator Pats Service Station PHONE 69 For Beautiful Items For the Home Glass Coffee 1 Whistling PERCOLATORS ■ TEAKETTLES • i $3.95 Vacuum V each Coffee Makers $2.95 to $3.95 \ $1.95 I r . A u Glass DOUBLE BOILERS /■ Glass SAUCE PANS * Two Sizes each $3.25 and $3.95 $ 2.00 New Design Gold Band m STEM WARE WATER SETS Goblets - Sherbets - Cocktail and Wine Glasses >3 Pitcher and 6 Glasses | a $1.25 $3.95 each Jaqueth Cr Charnholm any future date cause me to return Libby. Meanwhile mail will be forwarded to me from Libjoy. Dr. F. H. Wisner. NOTICE TO PATRONS I expect to be prepared by Monday, September 30 to care for. EMERGENCY WELDING AND REPAIR WORK HARRY HARTLE South Libby Phone 194 1211 Utah Ave. Radio Repairing Service Sales Tube Testing RECORDS: - Albums and Singles Baker's Radio Service SALES and SUPPLIES PHONE 164W NOTICE My phone number has been changed... When wanting Fuel Oil Call 185 E. L KEMP Men's Shop The Will open for business in thfe building next door north of Penney's Store, formerly occupied by The Fashion Shop, on ... . Monday, October 7 We plan to build up a complete stock of mens' and boys' dress and work clothing. We expect to have an interesting stock on opening day, but will be short in some items. Come in and get acquainted. Hours 12 Noon till 6:00 p. m. Donald R. Roberts, Prop. I Mr. and Mrs. Don Russell, of j Neihart, were week-end visitors in | Libby. They were former Libby | residents.