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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
A. M. Barlet of Troy was a Lib
by visitor M onday. _
Miss ^Elvira Bauer of Troy was
a visitor in Libby Monday.
Bud Atkins spent Monday in Eur
eka caring for business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller and
family spent Sunday in Spokane.
—VF\y meetings the 2nd and *th
Thursdays of each month at tt»e
Dale Tusing spent Sunday in Bon
ners Ferry visiting his brother,
Frank Tusing.
John Lentz of Pablo, arrived Sat
urday to visit at the home of his
brother, August Lentz.
Bernidette Beers of Ryegate, ar
rived here Saturday to visit at the
nome of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Smith.
Miss Nina Evans of Chester, ar
rived here Tuesday of last week.
Miss Evans plans to make her home
here.
Mrs. R. W. LeDuc left Sunday of
last week for Spokane to visit,
friends. She returned home Fri
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brinton left
Thursday for Spokane to care for
business matters. They returned
home Saturday.
William Phelps of Wallace, S. D.,
•* club.
day.
left last week for Nebraska to visit
friends after visiting a month with,
his sister, Mrs. Esther Wegner.
Bob Switzer spent the week end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. El
mer Switzer. Bob is attending the
University of Montana at Missoula.
Miss Patsy Anderson arrived home
from where
was visiting friends and relatives.
in ^Spokane nC ^ SU " day
Gran^Krevmer left Tuesdav for
BiSs^whe^ he is employed al
a Mailing Clerk, Grant visited with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V.
Kreymer.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bauer of
Troy left Sunday for Spokane
where Mrs. Bauer received medical
treatment. They returned home
Tuesday
Tom Brinton was home visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Brinton over the week end. Tom
is attending the University of Mon
tana at Missoula.
Raymond Monroe arrived home
Friday from Kussler Field, Missis
sippi.to visit-his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Thompson, Raymond
left Sunday for Spokane where he
is now stationed.
The Ladies Aid of the First Luth
eran Church served a Fellowship
Supper in the Social room of the
church on Thursday evening of last
week. A few' of the invited guests
could not come, but those present,
had a very enjoyable time. The
"toasts" were good, and the food
was even better.
The Lutheran Daughters of the
Reformation met with Miss Edna
Mae Baeth last Sunday afternoon,
The topic, Growing up into Chris
tian Womanhood, was discusesd by
the group. Pastor Hjortholm also
added a lew remarks. After the
program a delicious lunch was ser
yed by the hostess and a social hour
followed.
Something New
29c
Duff's Hot Roll Mix ....
25c
Olympic Sweet Relish.
Olympic Hamburger Relish
Armour's Fork Sausage
1 Pound Cello Wrapped .
Fresh Chicken Tamales
25c
50c
25c
Each
SOUTH LIBBY PURITY STORE
Qualify MEATS *1
ways
CHICKENS
I5<
Young Hens - Pound
CHILI BRICKS
53c
Carstens - Each
LINK SAUSAGE
Pound .
53c
ALL CUTS OF BEEF AND PORK
ALS MARKET
In The Pioneer Meat Building
' Monday,
I Co. Supt. Wm. J. Anderson visi
ted at the McCormick school Tues
' day.
—Lumber and Sawmill Worker
Union No. 2581 meets the second
and Fourth Tuesday of each month
Myron Tinker returned the first
of last week from Spokane, where
I he had been for two weeks.
j John Woltz from the Standard
Motors went to Butte Sunday to
drive back a new Ford truck for
the company,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Powell an
[ nounce the birth February 13th of
j a daughter whom they have named
! Jaqueline Sharron.
j Harry O. Ostheller is recovering
(this week in St. John's Lutheran
hospital from an appendectomy,
which he underwent Thursday of
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson
plan on leaving the first of next
week for California where they will
make their home. Mr. Johnson in
Mrs. Rodney Lytle of Troy was
a Libby visitor Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hubbs from
the state line were visitors here
tends to go to school there.
Fred Peeso, who was u
~ to
care for his duties at the | South
Libby Purity Store the first
week on account of illness, went to
Kalispell Monday for a few days,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Switzer, Sr.
accompanied bv their son, Bob, and
b y Ernie Wood, drove to Missoula
Sunday. Bob. who attends the Uni
th
versity, had come home Friday for
\h G weekend
Mrs. Jessie'Black of Minneapolis.
Minn - who had visited her brother.
Claude Houghton of Grants Pass,
h™ ' inA * nd T hurs '
before returnmg to
Minneapolis. . —
* E - R - Veldman left Tuesday af
•''moon for Butte, where he is at
Ending the meeting of the Montana
State Chamber of Commerce, for
merly Montanans, Inc., which
meeting in that city yesterday and
today.
Thursday evening of last week the
Libby Fire Company made a run to
the home of Mr and Mrs. John
Burns in West Libby, where they (
cut out a chimney fire. No dam
age resulted to the residence which)—
^ *he property . of Mrs. Timothy j
Miller. !
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Barkee left :
Sunday for Spokane where Mr. I
Barkee attended a Penny Store'
Managers meeting Monday, Tuesday,
and Wednesday. They went on to
The Dalles. Ore., for a short visit j
at the home of Mr. dnd Mrs.
Hillis and daughter. Dianne Marie.;
Mrs. Hillis is Mr. and Mrs. Barkee's !
daughter. |
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Harris
!
were in Libby, Tuesday enroute j
home from Spokane, where they
have spent the past six weeks. Mrs.
Harris, who is the Eureka represen
tativc for The Western News, made c
the office a very pleasant call while
in Libby. Mr. Harris is opening a
suitatorium in Eureka in the very
near future.
CLASSIFIED
Classified advertising running in
this column is charged for at the
rate of le per word per issue with
minimum charge of 80c for the ad.
FOR SALE
Turkey Poults, * Broad Breasted
Bronze, hatched in our New Mod
ern Robbins Incubators from Ore
gon's U. S. Approved and Pullortun
Clean flocks . . , Bitney's Poultry,
Kalispell, Mont.
36-19C
Order your BABY CHICKS now,
N. H. Reds, R. I. Reds, White Rocks,
Legrocks and Leghorns. Pullets
Cockerels and Straight Run avail
able in above breeds, U. S. Approved
and Porrorum controlled, Bitney's
Poultry, Kalispell, Mont.
For Sale—22% acre strip of land
2% miles south of Libby, facing
highway No. 2. Suitable for ser
vice station, cabins. Ideal for su
burban homes. Inquire location
Western News. Write Ann Su van,
1124 27th Ave., Seattle.
36-19C
38-3x
For Sale:—Alfalfa Hay, $25 a ton
from the bam. Harold Bitterman,
Grambauer Ranch
SAWMILL FOR SALE:—$2850 com
plete with edêer and cut off. New
GM Diesel power unit $3850. Chis
holm Cedar Co., Bonners Ferry,
39-2c
39-2x
PRES-TO-LOGS:—Will deliver to
Fortine and Rcxford. Roby Nel
son. Eureka. 39-2x
For Sale;—Story and Clark piano]
in A-l condition, $300. See Mrs.
Ida.
40-2c
Fo r Sale : -2 Sil vertone" battery set |
radios, good condition. One 10-tube
console $35.00: One 5 tube table
model $25. Write Mrs. E. Nelson,
1011 So. Napa, Spokane, Wash. Ixj
is-- -p.
f, or Sal<? ; Trayeleze baby buggy,
blue, good condition, $15. Mrs. Wm. I
r-*( n , s ' nK ' ro -' or inquire at Libby
'" reamery ' __]
r or Sale —1946 Dodge 4 -door sedan,
ust overhauled. 5 good tires. Koo
tonai Valley Garage Troy
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For Sale.—Dining room table and
chairs, table extends from 22" x
42" to 22" x 62". Phone 112-X. le I
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0 _ nr ^ 1 ® s __/ Vrec * ing Shop,
or Sale —Babv crib good
Joejdition' $12 Phone 177-3
'
For Sale;—35 Chevrolet pick uo,
new radiator, new brakes. $180
(motor job, 1947 license. All for
See Bill Williams or call
L. W. Doxtater.
For Sale:— 8 -room , family home,
furnace, heat, bath, full basement,
8 lots, garage and store building.
Nice garden soot. John Wenzler,
Rexford, Mont." 40-4x
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For Sale:—43 CMC 6 x 6 2%-ton
truck. One-ton 2-wheel trailers.—
40-3x I
con
Ix
S350.
165-J.
7, , . ... , , ,
!or ,^ ale - Circulating heater, good
°naition, "i'll 15 *? oth •,^ r E °„ r
B * 1006 J 75-W. Mrs
Art hur Martin,
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For Sale;—1933 Chevrolet, good
condition. Call 43J12 after 6 p. m.
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For Sale:—One Williamette logging
trailer, 16-ton axle, in excellent con
1 dition. Also steel logging bunks,
j W. L. Blanchard, Box 264, Troy,
I Montana.
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j For Sale;—Shower, lavatory and !
bowl, new, $115;One 1938 2-door
i Ford. 60 h. p. Byron Pilcher, phono
136-R. lx
I For Sale:—1 buzz saw, complete '
! except engine. $22 ;1 gas range, $30; j
II washing machine, $25; 1 singer 1
sewing machine, runs with a crank, I
$15; 1 bicycle, $12; 1 chicken brood-j
er, $10; 1 baby buggy, $5.00; 1 j
banjo, $ 8 ; 4 heating stoves; 1 table 1
and chairs to match; several peveys ;
and cant hooks; 10 hand saws; 10 j
cross cut saws; 50 gal. roofing tar,
$48; 1 feed chopper, $15; 1 15-in
heavy duty tire, mounted, $ 12 ;
éral other things,
cohtents is for sale.
Troy, Montana.
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My place and
M. J. Page,
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LEAVING MONTANA:
Selling
balance of furnishings, rugs, bed
room chair, some used clothing, 2
formais, bedroom set, great sacri
fice, or springs and mattress, kit
chen set, books and miscellaneous.
Call Wayne Johnson 227-W, new
Neils Apts. 6 .
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For Sale; 6:00 x 16, 5:50 x 17 and j
650 x 16 heavy duty passenger car!
tires, gas, oil and grease. Trego !
Farmers Co-op., Trego, Mont. 40-4c |
For Sale:—One acre of land. On it,
* J is 5 room modern house, 1 room j
— ; furnished cabin, garage, garden
^ I spot and fruit trees, in Troy.—
g Clarence Vestre, 124-2nd St., W
11 Kalispell, Montana. 40-4x
MISCELLANEOUS
I MONEY-MAKING
RANCHES, Motels, Cafes, Taverns, )
Hotels, Gas Sta.,
Stores, Shops- I
Homes. Outstanding Values! Great f
variety size, price, purpose. Get I > ■
al lists. J. F., Bowen. STROUT
REALTY, Cox 295, Libby.
; tana. Phone 66 -M . . .
I STROUT BLUE CATALOG 1309
I 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 helpful 47 yr. old service.
STROUT REALTY. 510 SW. Third
Ave., Portland 4, Oregon.
STROUT SELLS!
LIST YOURS NOW!
FOR RENT
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Mon
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Housekeeping cabins available .^- 1
Mountain View Park. Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Post, ,Props.
35-13X
Expert Cabinet making and car
penter work. Furniture and gun
repairing. The Fix-It Shop. Phone,
176-W. 36-tf J
Assorted Hardware
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New Bath Tubs now in stock and more arriving . . ,
Leave Your order now.
" /.
Congowall Inexpensive and Permanent Wall
Covering
Inlaid & printed Linoleum; Linoleum & Inlaid Rugs
Bathroom and Baby Scales
Get your Garden Hose while it is obtainable
Bantamlitc Flashlights
Weatherproofed wiring in assorted sizes
Chicken Feeders
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THAT BIRTHDAY GIFT
• Kiddie Kars
Reg. $2.65 -
• Childs Desk & Chair Set
Reg. $8.95 - - - - Now $3.95
• Childs Peg Desk
Reg $2.79-- Now $1.89
• Childs Rocking Chair
Reg. $2.19 - - - - Now $1.49
I
Now 98c '■
GERINGERE' HARDWARE
Increase your savings by buying for(~T.
cash. The position of your coopéra- j
tive is also strengthened. When j
spring time work comes don't b' ;
seriously hampered bv fuel and oil j
I shortages place your coming nqed-J
' n «^liable hands - Use Co-op pro
I ducts. For better service and closer ;,
1 .'ooj oration try the able hands of.
the manager of the Eureka Far
| mers Union Exchange.
M* -trhmti.
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: fl " ■■ in E and paying for this ad.
!i Annie Gunderson, yellow
'; n a -Toss street from Henry
Weidners.
WANTED
Gii I 17-wants job as housekeeper.
Se< Niiia Evans, c/o Walter Ander- !
son. 1014 Dakota.
'.''[Lest: —Light tan hand tooled purse, |
Sunday eve, containing valuable j
papers Call or return to Montana
Cafe. Libby. Phone 42-W.
36-tf
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39-3x j
I wii' no longer be responsible for
debts incurred bv anyone other than
myself. F. W. Pierce.
, -- 77 . . , ,
R ye * have a paint job to be done,
p:) or water cclor ' dro P a card to
John Coniev, Box 262, Eureka,
40-4r
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DAM-OUNMb.
Floral printed cotton seer
sucker. Pretty wraparounds
or zipper front closing. Plain
or ruffled eyelet trim.
Grade Getting
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l Brightest of mid-season dress buys!
You'll love their quiet gaiety now, and you'll wear
them straight through Spring and Summer—they're
that kind of quality ... in good advance fashions.
Rayon jeracys and crepe«, size« 12-20, 9-15, S8-44.
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GIRLS' DRESSES
2.98
Hard-to-get cottons . . . neat
and crisp for school; in checks,
plaids, gay stripes! Tailored or
with demore touches.
3-14.
9.90 . 10.90
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JOHN'S LUTHERAN
HOSPITAL NOTES
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/ omitted: — February 13:—Harry
Ostheller, surgical; February 18,
(Mrs. W. C. Johnson, surgical; Feb
ruary 16. A. J. Aguther, surgical.
Released:—February 19, Mrs. G
Taylor; leb. 19, Harry Ostheller.
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Dane Walker of Lewistown, ar
rived Saturday to visit his sister,
Mrs. Bill Hartsock and brother. Dale
Walker.
How Strout Sells Real Estate
By maintaining general offices in many large cities of the United
States; from which buyers are sent out to Local Agent points.
By spending more money for Classified Real Estate Advertising
in newspapers and magazines of this country than any sim
ilar organization.
List your FARM. BUSINESS or (ITT' PROPERTY with the
STROUT REALTY.
WE CONTACT OUTSIDE BUYERS
E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY
John F. Bowen, Isocal Agent
PHONE 66M - OOX 295
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TROOP 58 MET AT
ROOSEVELT SCHOOL
Troop 58 held its ngular meeting
Roosevelt school Monday,
10. Two new scouts were
son and Teddy Carpenter.
Part of the meeting was given to
discussion of the leadership of pa
trol leaders and the Senior Patrol
leader. Tom Ambrose. A report on
the menus for
week camp is to be held in the
(Wolvtnne sometime in late June
tiic first of July.
summer camp was
given by Don Leonard. The over
thc ' Libby Lions club for the share
last years paper drive.
The scouts received $28.34 from

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