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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ay School as usual. Hillis of Kalispell will hold services in the evening at 8:00 p. m. Arrangements are being made for gular Sunday evening services un til the new minister is secured. Sund Rev re . Sunday Evening Service „ 8 P. M. Junior High Fellowship - 4:00 p. m. Labor-Industrial Relations for next few Sunday evenings. Wednesday: 7:30 - Studies on the Introduction to Bible. Thursday: Choir Rehearsal • U0 p. m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Eureka - Rev. F. L. Lewno, Pastor Sunday: Sunday School . Family Worship Y. P. Fellowship . 10 A. M. . 11 A. M. 6:30 P. M. TREGO COMMUNITY SUNDAY SCHOOL We will furnish transportation. Sunday morning 10:30 a. m. HAROLD ERICKSON ASSEMBLY OF GOD Full Gospel Church • Eureka Sunday School - 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship - Evangelistic Service - i:*o p. m. Pastor O. W. OLSON 11:00 a. m. 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. CHURCH OF GOD Sunday: 11 a. m. Morning worship. 10 a. m. Sunday school, for all ages. 7^. m. Young People's meeting. •'8 p. m. Evening worship. • 8 p. m. Prayer meeting. Everyone welcome to our services. REV. B, H. APPLEGATE, Pastor. Classes <tf) CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH The subject for the lesson-ser mon for next Sunday, December 29 is "Christian Science." Wednesday evening meetings 8:00 o'clock. Sunday Service - 11 a. m. ST. JOHN'S EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) ".The Littie Cathedral in the Pines* Divine Worship 8 p. m., conducted by Rev. A. Jordan, Kalispell. 11 a. m. Sunday School 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. Prayer meeting, 8:00 p. m. Wed nesday. Arvid Erickson, Pastor I Ï 9 . SUNDAY SERVICES; Sunday School - 9:45 a. m. Family Worship - 11:00 a. m. Christ's Ambassador's Service - 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic - 8:00 p. m. WEDNESDAY: Public School Release Time - 8:45 to 11:45 a. m. Prayer Service - 8:00 p. m. Take time for God; have a family altar; attend Sunday School and church as a family—-These are "the things that really count." Without which, all other things crumble and decay. LEON H. AYERS. Pastor LIBBY METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Wm. C. Stearns, Pastor Sunday: 9:30 a. m. - Sunday School 11:00 a. m. - Worship 5:30 p. m. - Methodist Youth Fel lowship. Wednesday: 8:45-11:45 Released Time Clas St "S Thursday: 8:00 p. m. - Choir practice. Friday: 8:00 p. m. Junior W. S. C. STwith Mrs. Ostheller. TROY METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Wm. C. Stearns, Pastor Sunday: 10:30 a. m. - Sunday School 7:30 p. m. - Worship Thursday: 2:30 p. m. - Woman's Society of Christian Service. 7:30 p. m. - Choir Practice. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH The Public Worship next Sunday, Jan. 12, 1st Sunday after Epiphany, will begin at 11:00 a. m. Sermon Theme: Jesus' Temple Experience, Your Experience. Luke 2:42-52. Hie Sunday School will meet at 9:45 a. m. The Senior Confirmation class will meet at the church at seven o'clock Monday evening. • The Wednesday classes .will meet at the church. The Junior Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Clara Myrhang on Thurs day evening of next week at 7:30. . C. HJORTHOLM. Pastor H HOLY TRINITY - TROY (Episcopal) Services: 2nd and 4th Sundays - 8 p. m. ST. MICHAEL'S • EUREKA (Episcopal) Sunday, January 12fh: Church School - 10 a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon - 11:00 a. m. * m to members of the Legion, Auxi liaries and the public for partici pation in this program which helps to make hospital stays more pleas ant for our veterans," E. F. Neagle and Ida H. Downs, both of Helena, cochairmen of the program, said in a joint statement to post com manders. "Some of the gifts and money were used to remember every hos pitalized veteran of which we had knowledge at Christmas time. Al though special attention was given to veterans at Fort Harrison, vet erans in other hospitals were not forgotten. Without co-operation all i this would not have been possible. "Gifts and money remaining af ter the distribution have been set aside for use throughout the year to help stage regular parties for hospitalized veterans." ST LUKE'S - LIBBY (Episcopal) Wednesdays: Chu ch School. THANKS EXTENDED TO LINC< LN COUNTY LEGIONNAIRES State chairman of the American Legion's Gave" program haxe extended the department's thanks to Lincoln County Legionnaires, Auxiliaries and other residents who contri buted to the total of 2,100 gifts and $648.65 in cash used to bring Christmas joy and year-around pleasure to veterans of the na tion's wars hospitalized in Mon tana. Legionnaires and Auxiliaries of Eureka Post No. 74 sent 14 gift packages to state headquarters for distribution. "We wish to express our thanks Gifts for Yanks who I j Under the plan, which was in DISABLED VETS PROVE TO BE GOOD SOLDIERS Partially disabled veterans are proving their worth as valuable soldiers in the new Regular Army, was announced today by Col. M. L. McCreary, chief of Sixth Army Recruiting, who declared that the new policy of re-enlisting wounded men would be continued the New Year. (t > ' In C. eXnK QtkS.safitlm. - FA I Vw/vsiniA r~\ ! | OHUl U 4 L. We Can't Tell You We can't tell you how to raise stock, but we can show you the very best in hardware . . , Good hard ware like good stock saves you money. Ladies' and men's shoe skates, telescope fishing rods; a good stock of Eagle Claw hooks; casting reels, and a complete assortment of ice fishing equipment. . . . Also Universal electric automatic irons; Electric Rangette, and electric room heaters. GEO. WOOD HDW. WE HAVE STOCKS OF THE NEW Tirestone 'Deluxe V m I ■ CHAMPION % w t 4 X, y Thm Safmst, Longmst Wmating Tlrm tvmr Built! • Up to 86% Strong« • Up to 60% Kero Kon-Skld Angina • Up to 88% Long« „ MilMgo I * • PAT'S CARTER • SERVICE stituted some months ago, hun dreds of Army jobs falling into 102 different categories, were thrown open for enlistment to partially dis abled veterans of World War H, who were wounded in combat. Proponents of the plan believed that many of these men could per form a satisfactory job and would welcome the opportunity of return ing to uniform and a regular salary instead of remaining dependent up on their government pension. ^ "The response by disabled vet erans has fully substantiated this belief,'' said Col. McCreary. "Not only have they welcomed the op portunity of earning their own way, but are proving to be good soldiers. That's why the Army is continuing the program." While government pensions are suspended during the period of the enlistment, applications for re-in statement may be made immediately after the disabled veteran is dis cha rged. Col. McCreary said, Q f the 103 MOS covered by the plan only 23 require previous quali fi ec j experience, Although exper ience is desirable in the other 80 MOS it is not essential since the applicant who meets the revised physical requirements is given nec essary training to make him pro ficient in the job to which he is assigned. LAWLOR IN LIBBY AND EUREKA JAN. 15 and 16 Earl V. Lawlor, Veterans Ad ministration contact representative will visit Libby and Eureka on Wed nesday and Thursday, January 15 and 16. Mr. Lawlor will be at ^ie Department of Public Welfare of fice in Libby on Wednesday, Jan uary 15 and may be contacted at the Department of Public Welfare office in Eureka on Thursday, \Jan uary 16. * MEEKER IN LIBBY JANUARY 15 I. J. Meeker, Service Officer, The Veterans' Welfare Commission, of the State of Montana, will be in Libby January 15th at the VFW Club to help all veterans' with their problems. Jan. 16th he will be at the Legion Hall in Eureka. CARO OF THANKS We wish to express our grate ful appreciation for the many com forting expressions of sympathy given us at this time, and for the assistance extended.^We also would thank those who furnished the beautiful floral offerings for beloved wife and mother. Bill Gass Mrs. Opal Mills our Welding! Now is the time to think of your farm equipment for Spring Work . . . . HARTLE'S WELDING & MACHINE SHOP Help Solve The Housing Problem If* l / by Remodeling I If you happen to have a large unused attic, a spacious, well lighted basement, or a well built unused garage, you can help solve the present housing situation by remodeling your spare room into a small but comfortable 3-room apartment. You can help both a homeless family and yourself in this way. J. Neils Lumber Company's Retail Department deals in Plaster, Cement Ma sonry Cement, Brick, Flue Liner, Sewer Pipe, Cedar Shingles, Composition Shingles, Rolled Roofing, Building Papers, Plywood, Zonolite, Heatilator Fire places, Sash and Doors, WE HAVE PLASTER BOARD IN STOCK J. NEILS LUMBER CO. ■nttm■ I > mm M ■ IP . w - ■ % : ; mm *■ >. * ■ M* 4 ... « J > :: Ji . • V - * w —Photograph Cobrtesy Rost Hall Studio, Sand Point, Idaho It 's A Matter of History Lake Pend d' Oreille in Northern Idaho is one of the largest lakes in Northwestern United States and known throughout the country for its awe-inspiring beauty and its abundance of record breaking game fish. It has been a contributing factor in the growth of tourist and vacationist trade, as electric light and power has played its part in the development of industry in this area of Northern Idaho, long served by our company. Mountain States Power Company serves areas in Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Oregon. Mountain States Power Company A S ai l Sup porta q , Tax-Paying. Pri vate — The estimated American veteran population increased 210,000 during November to reach a total of 17, 905,000, of whom 13,959,000 had ser ved in World War II. • The Lincoln Grill is now open and serving light lunches and . . . ARDEN - MIX ICE CREAM HOME-MADE PIES AND CAKES Now Serving Steak Dinners MRS. FANNIE DRURY In Former Richards Hotel Bldg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cavin and, daughter spent several days in Spo kane the latter part of last week. The Hamburger. Stand was eloped during this absence.