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For Past Week Men's League - Monday Night T eain Won Lost Hotel Libby .32.16 Amcrican Legion .28.20 Robertson's Feed .28.20 Hig! lander .28.20 Miller's Clothing .25.23 Forest Service .21...27 V. F. W. - Troy .16.32 Kootenai Valley Garage 15.33 High single man, handicap, F. Spencer, 294. 2nd high man - single, handicap, K. Brown, 272. High team, single game, handicap, Libby Hotel, 1117. Second high team, single - handi -1 cap, Robertson's Feed, 1113. High three game, Ind. - handicap, F. Spencer, 748. Second high three game, Ind -I handicap, Larson and D. Sleizer, 704 (Ti e ) High three game team - handicap, American Legion, 3239. Second high three game, handi cap, Highlander, 3161. Men's League - Tuesday Night Won Lost 26 ...16 20.22 23 Team Cedar Creek Club Firemen . J & C Garage L. S. W. Local 2581 19.*23 High single game. Ind. - handi cap, Simon, 275. High three games, Ind. - handicap, Brown, 680. High single game, team. Ind. - handicap, Cedar Creek, 1121. High three games, Ind. - handi cap. L. S. W. Local 2581, 3170. Men's League - Wednesday Night Team Silver Loaf V. F. W. - Libby 24.21 Partlow Electric The Gables . High man, one game - handical W. Baker, 258. High man, three games, handi cap. W. Brown, 680. High team, ong game, handicap, V. F. W., 1082. High team, three game - handi cap. V. F. W„ 3158. Men's League - Friday Night Won Lost 19 Lost Won 20 .25 23 22 26 14 Team J. Neils Zonolite Kootenai Merc. Libby Motors . High Single Game, Ind. - Eggert, 25 22 .23 .23 .22 .24 21 261. High three games, Ind, Handicap, DeRosia, 682. High single game team, Ind. - J. Neils, 1088. High three games, handicap, Lib by Motors and J. Neils 3102, (Tie). VA PROTECTS VETERANS IN PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE "In order to afford veterans ail possible protection against the pur chase of over-priced real estate in the current high market, the Vet erans Administration (not the len der) will pick the appraiser of GI loans, effective January 2," « an nounced Mr. Lawlor, Veterans AJ ministration contact representative in Kalispell. Under the revised procedi'f in Montana, the VA will désigna e by name the appraiser for each piece of property offered for sale to vet erans .ind er the guaranty loan pro visions of the 'GI Bill. A further advantage of tit revised sy..,crr., T,!r. Lawlor said, is that it will re sult in bette; control and coorima tion of appraisals The regional of fice will bo piuvidcd with a com plete record of ill appraisals, whether or not the loan actually is made. Duolc it;o .s of apprau.ils on the same property for difTorrn r . lenders will be •?linr.rated. Veterans will save money because they wul not be charged a i «ppraisal fee if they buy oroi-ert/ which had pre viously been appear u 1 sat is f a ctor ily* Through November 25. the Mon tana regional Veterans Administra tion office had approved for Mon tana veterans 1,800 loans for an ap proximate total of $7,169,225, Mr. Lawlor said. Veterans wishing information on GI loans may contact any VA con tact representative; however, the direct trasactions for the loan are conducted with the bank or lend ing ag ency, Mr, Lawlor expl ained. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED RECENTLY Dec. 31:—Robert E. Zeigler of Noxon, and Alice O. Dennis of Cut, Bank were married by Rev. J. B. Farris of Troy; Jan. 4:—George Wil liam Virtue and Wilma Mae Wat ters both of Bonners Ferry, were married by the Justice of the Peace, H. S. Hepner; Jan. 5;—Fred R. Nie mann and Arlene V. Laffoon both of Troy were married by Rev. W. C. Steams; Jan. 7:—Marvin B. Hart and Wanda I. May both of Spokane. MONEY-MAKING Ranches, Businesses - Homes. Get local lists, great variety size, price, purpose. Outstanding valuesl Write call phone. STROUT REALTY, Bex 295, Libby, Montana. Ph. 66M. OFFICES COAST-TO-COAST. tf. 8TROUT BLUE CATALOG —1300 Bargains, Coast-to-Coast, mailed free . . . TELL us what you want! Where? When? Price? Terms? We will try to save you TIME-MONEY thru our hehiful 47 yr. old service. STROUT REALTY. 510 SW. Third Ave., Portland (4) Oregon. 33-tf You Are Missing Something If You Do Not Bowl TRY IT! BOWLING! The Play LIBBY FARM WOMEN'S CLUB MET AT SULLIVAN HOME On Wednesday, January 8th the Libby Farm Women's Club met at the home of Mrs. Betty Sullivan. A delicious, luncheon was served at noon by Mrs. Sullivan with Mrs. Helen Grambauer as co-hostess. There were 15 members and two guests present. The guests were Mrs. Nolan and Mrs. Chas. Candee. Mrs. Mable Vanderwood. vice president of the club, presided at the .business meeting, in the ab sence of the president, Mrs. Evelyn Burrell. A report on the Harvest Dinner was given by Mrs. Ruth Vanderwood: and Mrs. Dolly Bowen reported on the Christmas party. The birthday bank, which is op ened once a year, yielded a neat sum at this meeting. Mrs. Dolly Bowen and Mrs. Kappa Rice, whose birthdays are in December started the fund for the coming year. A Christmas message received by Mrs. Rice from Mrs. Anna Herbst was read to club members. The mystery package was won by Mrs. Nolan, After the business of the club was completed the meeting was tur ned over to Mrs. Ruth Shelden who was project leader. The proj ect was "Better Lighting for Bet ter Health." Several types of shades and different types and sizes of light globes, as well as charts, were used in the demonstration by Mrs. Shelden, and was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone present. The next club meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Dolly February 5th. Mrs. Bessie Wallace will be co-hostess. Bowen on ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN HOSPITAL NOTES Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Olson January 6, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Lestern Morton of Troy, Jan. 6, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rob erts Jan. 7, a boy. Admitted:—Jan. 2:—Mrs. Leon Wues Jean Nelson,, surgical. Released:—Jan. 7, Mrs. Jack Vin on; Jan. 7, Mrs. Milf ord Ti bbetts. OFFICIAL DISCHARGES ISSUED RECENTLY Dec. 18:—William GuV Gwynn, Eureka, Navy. Dec. 29:— Glenwood Patterson, Goshen, Virginia, Army. Dec. 29:—Roland A. Gaethle, Har lem, Army. Nov. 13:—Westley F. Pomer oy. Fortine, Ar my. CPL. ROBERT CHAPMAN LMPROVING RAPIDLY Cpl. Robert Chapman who was accidently shot in the left arm four inches below the shoulder Decem ber 24, is now improving as readily as can be expected according to a report from his mother, Mrs. H. chapman. His parents received a long dis lance call from him and he said he was doing fine but tyould be in the hospital for at least 10 weeks. Cpl. Chapman is stationed at Keesler Field, Mississippi. t, surgical; Jan. 5. Miss Carol Mÿer, medical; Jan. 6, John Automatic .RECORD CHANGERS With Built-in Amplifier PORTABLE RECORD PLAYER With Built-in Amplifier Children's Record Player Phonograph Needles - Records Radio Batteries Baker's Radio Service PHONE 61W BASKETBALL f Libby in ■I J Terriers ' 1*4* \ VS. Eureka 1/ Lions Friday, January 10 V* ' PRELIMINARIES:— Libby Second Team vs. Eureka Second Team LIBBY HIGH SCHOOL GYM ADMISSION:—Adults 50c - - Students 25c v.: i : * ar *.*• DOROTHY DELZER CLERK OF LIBBY SCHOOL DISTRICT Mrs. Paul Armstrong was appoin ted to fill the vacancy in the Jun ior High, left by W. J. Anderson, who has begun his duties as County as superintendent of education, her Another change on the Libby school faculty is Mrs. Jessie Fag erberg, who has served the county as superintendent of education, her tenure of office expiring last week, Mrs. Fagerbery has the 3rd grade, formerly taught by Mrs. P. A. Ton devoid, who has resigned jto travel with Mr, Tondevold, • who is away from Libby much of the time with an engineering company. At the meeting Monday evening of the Libby School Board, Miss Dorothy Delzer was appointed full time clerk of School District No. 4 . r A Sh °^,^ a L^ iV ^in^ V° U1S <L B ^ January 4, at the Whitefield home, gaily decorated table with a doll bride dressed in pink and white. Both girls received lovely gifts f° m "h a „ n Lr' riendS ,h "' tenaed—the sho * er ' - MARGARET MULLINS PASSES AT BONNERS FERRY Margaret Mullins, mother of Mrs. Lena M. Rives of Troy passed away Monday night at Bonners Ferry. Funeral services will be at the Gompf Funeral Chapel today (Jan. 9) at 2:30 with the Rev. W. C. Stearns officiating. Burial will be in the Libby cemetery. SERVICES FOR JACK CALL TUESDAY AFTERNOON Funeral services for Jack Call of Rexford were held in the Gompf Funeral Chapel January 7 at 1:30 p. m., with the Rev. W. C. Stearns officiating. Interment was in the Libby cemetery. SHOWER GIVEN FOR TWO LIBBY GIRLS pell. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moody left Saturday for Great Falls whe Mrs. Moody will receive medi attentipn. They plan to stay tt< indefinitely. Gordon Ferguson lake over Mr. Moody's job as Z Dealer. » LIBBY COUPLE WED IN KALISPELL Miss Jean Crowe and Charles Noel both of Libby were united in a quiet wedding ceremony at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crowe of Kalis The bride was attired in a white dress and carried a bouquet of red roses while the matron of honor, Mrs. Fletcher Newby a sister of the bride, wore a blue dress and carried white pom poms. Robert Crowe, brother of the bride was best man. Those in. attendance at the vfed-. ding were Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Noel of this city along with other friends from Kalispell. ic er will anol ^^"r^aÎe^SI Due to severe cold preventing the regular meeting of the Kootenai Vailey Grange the brave few who came out retired to the home of Brother and Sister Bert Grambauer w h ere ^ey enjoyed coffee and do nut?. permitted them to bid farewell to Mi. and Mrs. Clarence Moody who moved to Great Falls. i hose present were Mr. and Mrs. Art Shelden, Mr and Mre. W. D. Bateman, Mr. and Mrs. Ade Court i'ight, M. E. Eastman, Mrs. Rose i Rober tson, and Mrs. Ruth B entley. croiTTC ( ' ,RL The occasion conveniently CHANGE NAME The Girl Scouts of Miss Bleich's patrol had to change the name of their club and chose as a new name ■ Buttercup Patrol". A new mem ber of the Girl Scouts is Carmen Pondelick. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Heath re turned to Missoula last Saturday i r. spending the holidays with Hfcath S Xndta£ 1 ,. TTnivprsitv of Missoula RiW and grandson . **«■ Mabel ™ d Fr f^ ds f 0 " I ;np the holidays with Mrs. Riley's! daughter, Mrs. Robert Holiday, her brothers, G. M. and Frank Decker and other relatives and friends. | DUNCAN & MILLER Etchings In Beautiful Glassware The same intricate and pains taking artistry that goes into the etchings you have framed on your wall, is lavished upon the etchings that go upon the glassware of Duncan & Mil ler. Every operation in this process, of coarse, involves handwork and makes. Duncan & Miller etchings truly the work of artists . . . Jewelry of Distinction WELCH'S Jewelry & Gift Shop 4 b Safe* ; I - ü V'VMilj emblem of Excellence for CAR CARE £ # , 1 // £ e. J THE CARTER OIL COMPAN Y is Pleased to ANNOUNCE OTT'S SERVICE Across from Libby Post Office Phone 80-J We Aim to Please ED. L. NICHOLAS HAROLD A. OTT V Now serving this community with complete, modere service station facilities, and featuring the fine quality Oval-E Gasolines, Motor Oils and Lubricants so popular in die West. You are invited to drive in at any time. You'll Hk* one .prompt, capable service. Your car will prove the quaRty of Oval-E products. No matter whether your needs are large or small, Oval-E service is ahraps eager te holpYOÜ enjoy "Happy Motoring". f \ £ h't lb M rf QUALITY Drivt It Whtn Ytt Sit Tkt OVAL-C te members of St. John's Luth-ition eran Church gathered Sunday even ing in the church parlor to bid well. The church parlor was decorated with cedar boughs and candles which gave a holiday at mosphere to the occasion. A portion of the evening was spent singing their favorite Christ mas carols, during which the presi dent of the congregation, A. J. Agather presented the Hasskamps with a generous purse, a token of admiration and esteem. The ser ving of dainty refreshments by the Ladies Aid closed a pleasant even ing as the members departed, reluc tantly ex pressin g their farewell re marks and wishing the Rev. and Mrs. Hasskamp Gods blessing and success in their new endeavor. Rev. and Mrs. Hasskamp left Monday noon for their new home in St. Paul Minn. Don Martin of Warland was. a Libby visitor Friday.. FAREWELL PARTY FOR REV. AND MRS. HASSKAMP j ^ | For That Hot Breakfast Carnival Oats Per Package . Wheatswortb Cereal Per Package 44c 22c Oven Glass Oats Per Package . 39c Wheathearts 28c Per Package Carnation Wheat Per Package . 31c Roman Meal Per Package 33c Mother's Oats Per Package . Quick Quaker Oats Per Package . 44c Cream Wheat 32c Per Package 34c Cream of Rice Per Package 25c SOUTH LIBBY PURITY STORE CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our apprecia to our many friends in Troy and Libby for their kindness and sympathy during th« Jlless and death of our brother, Wm. James Fitzpatrick, The Fitzpatrick * Family. We can help you find lost articles, or find the owners of things y may find with our classified sectit Alvin Nicholls left Sunday for Bozeman after spending the holi days at home in Libby. Alvin is attending Montana State College. He is the son of Mrs. Bert Black well. A Pinochle party was given last Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kujawa honoring Mr. and Mrs. W'm. Baenan of Bremertop, Wash., and Mrs. Wm. Brouillard of Ches ter. L. C. Ohlerick won high score prize fer the men and Mr. Baenan low. Mrs. Baenan won high for the women and Mrs. Ohlerich low. Refreshments were served. ou on.