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FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH
The public worship next Sunday,
March 2, 2nd Sunday in Lent, will
begin at 11:00 a. m. Sermon 'Dieme:
"O Woman, Great is Thy Faith,
Matt 15:21-28.
The Sunday School will begin at
9:45 a. m.
The Senior Confirmation Class
will meet at 6:30 on Monday even
big. (Note the change of time for
this class).
The Wednesday classes will meet
at the çhwrclh •
The Jllniôr Ladies' Aid will meet
with Mrs. Karl Knudson at the
phurch on Thursday evening of next
week at 7:30 p. m.
The Church Council will meet at
the church at 7:30 on Monday even
ing of next week.
The Lenten Service on Wednes
day evening at the church will be
gin at 7:30. The Sermon Theme:
""Consulting with the Physician of
Souls on the Basis of the Letter to
Smyrna. Rev. 2:8-11.
H. C. HJORTHOLM,
Pastor.
THE CHURCHES
riBST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday School as usual.
Rev. Russell Prentice of Kalispell
will hold services in the evening at
9:00 p. m.
Arrangements are being made tor
regular Sunday evening services un
til the new minister is secure d.
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Masses every Sunday, 8:00 and
30:00 a. m.
Confessions Saturday evenings.
730 to 8:30.
Baptisms by appointment
Holy Days of Obligation Masses
■t 7:15 and 8:00.
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SUNDAY SERVICES:
Sunday School - 9:45 a. m.
Family Worship - 11:00 a. m.
Junior C. A's - 6:00 p. m.
C. A. Service - 7:00 p. m.
Evangelistic - 8:00 p. m.
The "Deeper Life Convention,"
now in progress at the Log Church,
continues every night this week,
except Monday and Saturday.
Evangelist, Peggy Bolam, will be
speaking from God's Word each
evening.
A cordial invitation is
you and yours to attend these ser
vices—and a real Christian Wel
come awaits you.
To that person, especially, who
would have more of God; who
would have something real with
which to satisfy that inner-most
longing of one's life; these services
are recommended. There IS reality
in serving the living CHRIST!
LEON AYERS, Pastof - Libby
ASSEMBLY OF GOD - TROY
(Services In Pastor's Home)
SUNDAY:
Sunday School - 10:00 a. m.
Family Worship - 11:00 a. m.
Evangelistic Service - 7:45 p. m.
THURSDAY:
7:45 p. m. - Bible Study
"A Sunday School and Church to
meet your every need! A cordial
welcome to all!"
D. C. Ruthford, Pastor
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Full Gospel Church - Eureka
Sundav School - 10:00 a. m.
Morning Worship - 11;00 a. m.
Evangelistic Service - 7:45 p. m
Pastor O. W. OLSON
ST LUKE'S - LIBBY
(Episcopal)
Services:
2nd and 4th Sundays - 5:00 p. m.
Church School — Wednesdays
HOLY TRINITY - TROY
(Episcopal)
Services^
2nd and 4th Sundays - 8:00 p. m.
ST. MICHAEL'S - EUREKA
(Episcopal)
Services:
2nd and 4th Sundays - 11:00 a. m.
Church School:
Every Sunday at 10:00 a. m.
Fridays in Lent:
School of Religion - 8:00 p. m.
LIBBY METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Wm. C. Stearns, Pastor
Sunday:
9:45 a. m. Sunday School
11:00 a. m. - Worship
5:30 p. m. Methodist Youth Fel-
-lowship.- -
Wednesday;
2:00 p. m. - Senior W.S.C.S. with
potluck at the church.
6:30 d. m. - Fellowship Supper.
Thursday:
7:30 p. m. - Choir Practice.
Friday;
8:00 d. m. - Junior W.S.C.S. with
Mrs. Chet Smith.
TR&Y
METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Wm. C. Steams. Pastor
Sunday:
10:30 a. m. - Sunday School.
6:30 p. m. - Pastor's Class for
Church Membership.
7:30 p. in. - Worship.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Eureka- Rev. F. L. Lewno, Pastor
Sunday;
Sunday School - 10:00 a. m.
Family Worship - 11:00 a. m.
Junior Highs - 4.00 p. m.
Young People's Dinner - 6:00 p. m.
Bible Motion Picture - 'The Story
of Zaccheus" - 8:00 p. m.
Monday:
World Wide Guild - 7:00 p. m.
Wednesday:
BOWL NG!
CONGRATULATIONS
To the Winners
• Of the City Bowling Tournament
The Play
v
The regular meeting of the To
bacco Valléy Soil Conservation Dis
tnct was held at Eureka on Fn
day, Feb. 21. All members of the,
Soard of Supervisors were present.
Th® mechanic reported that the.
repair of the RD-7 was nearly com
pleted and that the tractor would
be in good operating condition. AT
ter study of. the past year s opera
tion and the repair bill on the trac
tor, it was determined that an in
crease in the hourly rental rate
would be necessary during the com
mg season. In addition to the trac
tor on loan from the Soil Conserva
tion Service, the supervisors are
contemplating the use of another
tractor-on a contract basis. The
plan is to do as much land clearing
as possible this operating season.
AH cooperators who wish to have
clearing done should contact either,
the Soil Conservation Service officej
I° r one of the supervisors. Opera-!
tors who have not made application
f°r assistance from the district and
who wish to secure the use of
district equipment, should submit..
the application immediately.
An educational program for each
community in the district is plan
lg®« for the week of April 14-19.
Slides of conservation practices and.p
a movie on soil conservation are,
being secured.
Complete conservation plans for
the David Curtis farm at Fortine
and for Lewis Schrubbe of Ural
'were presented by Mr, Erickson and!
approved by the board.
The work plan for the district's
1947 activities was discussed and
will be completed before the next
meeting. Louis Moos, District Con
servationist, and Allen Erickson,
Work Unit Conservationist, assisted
in the preparation of the program
for the year.
Mrs. Elmer Switzer entertained
T^j! ble V f bridßC in her home
Mro ra m tCI « n v? n ' j »v, »*•
Mrs. Delbert Flory and the Misses
« an ^, Gl0ria ^ 0e c ne /
f W r/ red H ? ndley V1S i5 e< ? Sa ,V
| urday between busses m Kalispell.
I E fl rl Zmglemän of The Western
News force, was on the sick list
Tuesday and Wednesday, suffering
fram an attack of malaria contrac
d v rl r? tb u Itaha /? *
N. F. Donahue v^th the FBI out
* e .Miasoula office, made The
Western. News office a pleasant call
yesterday. He also made a short
call on his old classmate, Joe Fen
nessy, Jr., while in town. Mr. Don
ahue was also a business visitor in
SOIL CONSERVATION NEWS
and Mrs, Chas Moravetz of
Canby, Minn., were house guests
over the weekend at the home of
their nephew, Harry Hartle and
family. It had been 25 years since
Mr. Hartle had seen his uncle. Mr.
and Mrs. Moravetz were on their
way home from California.
Troy.
Mr.
Prayer Meeting - 7:30 p. m.
Thursda
. Choir
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH
The subject for the lesson-ser
mon for Sunday, March 2 is "Christ
Jesus.''
Wednesday evening meetings at
8:00 o'clock.
Sunday Service - 11 a. m.
^Rehearsal
- 7:30 p. m.
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CHURCH OF GOD
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Sunday:
II a. m. Morning worship.
10 a. m. Sunday school. Classes
'or all ages.
7 p. 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.
ST. JOHN'S EV. LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
'he Little Cathedral in the Pines'
Divine Worship 8 p. m., conducted
m
Oy 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
j. m.
Evangelistic Service, 8:15 p. m.
Prayer meeting, 8:00 p. m. Wed
iesday.
Arvid Erickson. Pastor
Four More
Canvas Gloves
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30c $1.10
1
•l'
4 pair
per pair
White
Handkerchiefs
I7ç 95c
for 6
each
Red and Blue Vat Dyed
PLAYALLS
$ 1.39
Sanforized, Sizes 3 to (»
Long-Sleeve, Candy Stripes
BOYS T SI ! I RTS
$ 1.25
Sizes 4 to 12
THE MEN'S SHOP
The Vet's Mail Bag
9
veteran Trainees Must
submit Wage Reports
Some 4 000 of the first 13,500
. Northwest vets who were mailed
earn i ng report forms have failed"
to rt and face suspension 0 f
, subsistence this month, the Vet
erans Administration warft*.
A11 ve terans in G. I. BUI train
j ng wd j be required to submit wage
repor t forms every four months so
that subsistence payments may be
ad justed to meet the requirement*
of tj,e $175-200 income ceilings es-,
tablished by Congress.
Veterans who have, not yet re
; ceived the forms are being cau
tioned that they are forthcoming
and that a deadline will be set for
return.
| • • •
yet Buys Town With
q j. i^sm Guarantee
Tucked in the heart of Idaho's
primitive area, the little town of
Dixie is awakening from a 40-year
' s i ee p.
of, ös t of a gold rush of 1864,
Dixie is in for a face lifting. Earl
Thomas Scott, ex-marine has bought
the town. When he was turned
down on his loan application to!
urc hase a placer claim, the vet
erans administration appraiser sug
gested he select property with
buildings or improvements to be
offered as security. Dixie was the
solution.
Scott's purchase includes a 153
-acre site, several hydraulic and pla
cer claims, an eight-room hotel,
post office, general store and gas
pump, a vacant saloon, a one-room
schoolhouse, a seven-grave ceme
tery and several vacant log build
ings.
Scott plans to turn the town In
' to a dude ranch and hunting resort
^ itS ° Wn pnVatC airfield '
Questions of the Week
Q—I am a World War II veteran
taking a school course that requires
three hours per week. Am I en
titled to receive subsistence allow
ance under the * G L Bill?
a—I f you are taking an under
g ra( j ua te course at a college or
university you are eligible for one
< q Uar t e r of the fall subsistence al
i lowance, but if it is a high school
or vocational school course of less
than six hours per week, you are
no t eligible for subsistence allow-'
;
; Rueben H. Van Goor of Mora,
Minn., arrived in Libby by bus Sat
ance.
Joe Talsma family. He is a brother
of Mrs. Talsma. Mr. Van Goor ha*i
been in the army for five years,
and served in the Phillipines the
last 13 months of the war. He will
leave in a couple of weeks for a
tour of the northwest,
j
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will on the 1st day of)
May, 1947, apply to the Comity
Treasurer of Lincoln County, Mon- j
for the Tax Deed to the fol
tana,
lowing described property, with the
amount due, to-wit:
Frances K. Hawes c/o H. G. Hawes
Libby Original Lots 21 and 22
Block 5, $307.62.
Dated this 27th day of February
1947.
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners, Lincoln County |
Montana.
i
G. C. EARLE
County Clerk
(2 Times - February 27 - March 6) [
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that the J
undersigned will on the 1st day of
May, 1947, apply to the County j
Treasurer of Lincoln County. Mon-1
tana, for the Tax Deed to the fol
lowing described property, with the
amount due, to-wit:
Alexander Husband
Libby Original, Lot 20, Block 5,
$112 39.
Dated this 27th day of February •
1947.
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners, Lincoln County
Montana.
G. C. EARLE
County Clerk , .
(2 Times - February 27 - March 6)
i
URAL ITEMS
0
L A. Schrubbe and Mr. and Mrs.
J H. Glenny were in Eureka Sat
urday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Montgomery
visited Mr. and Mrs. Boberg last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Beagle attended
the basketball game in Whitefish
Saturday.
Jerry Fritsch made a trip to Spo
kane last week. Mrs. Jerry Fritsch
visited in Eureka Saturday.
Mrs.. Jack Young was a Libby
visitor Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kimber
visited Clarence Kimber, Friday
The card club met at the home
of Mrs. O. T. Beagle Thursday. Mrs.
Fred Isrealson won high prize and
Mrs. Josephine Fritsch was awarded
the consolation prize, after which
a delightful lunch was served by
the hostess."
Robie Nelson of Eureka was a
caller at the Hammons home last
week.
Mr, and Mrs. Vernon Kimber'
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Graham Wednesday,
last week,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Graham and
Mrs. C. G. Kilpatrick drove to Lib
by Tuesday.
Claude Norris drove to Kalispell
Saturday night.
,«ain»*«ep
^ IFl INSURANCE
Primo Paolini was in Whitefish
LIBERALIZE VETS
Legislation further liberalizing
National Service Life Insurance will
have a bearing on approximately
70,000 Montana World War H vet
erans announced Earl V. Lawlor,
Veterans Administration contact
representative in Kalispell. Liberal
reinstatement provisions which eiî
pired February 1, 1947 have been
extended to August 1, 1947 by Con
gressional action.
NSLI term policies may again be
reinstated regardless of the time
of lapse upon the payment of two
monthly premiums if the health of
the policy holder is as good as at
the date of lapse.
Under new features added by the
80th Congress a veteran may apply
directly for permanent plans of
NSLI without previously holding
term insurance. Previously vet
erans were required to carry term
insurance for one year before con
version to permanent plans was per
missable.
The new act also provides, in
certain cases, for automatic conver
sion of term insurance to a per
manent plan for policy holders who
{ire on a waiver of premium status
at the end of the term period. For
merly, if they failed to convert with
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEB. 28, MAR. 1
NESBITT—
ORANGE DRINK
REALLY SWEET—2 BOTTLES .
PANCAKE FLOUR
ALBERS FLAPJACK—10 POUNDS
KING ALFRED DAFFODILS
REMINDS ONE OF SPRING, 2 DOZ
GLORIETTA
TOMATO JUICE
SALT ADDED—4 NO. 2
55c
15c
BABY FOOD
HEINZ—STRAINED—6 CANS .
FIRESIDE COOKIES
PLAIN BUT GOOD—7 LB. BOX ....
47c
1.03
243
49c
4
BOLYARD'S BETTER MEATS
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SMOKED PORK LINK SAUSAGE-Pqund
43c
Pork Supplies Fuel and Energy
PICKLED HERRING
39c
Pint
Get That Essential Protein in Tasty Baked Ham
SLICED HAM
CENTER CUTS—POUND
45c
HAM—BY THE HALF
POUND ..
79c
FANCY YOUNG HENS
BIRDS EYE FROZEN FOODS
.. MARKET
ICECREAM
FISH
BOLYARD'S GROCERY AND MARKET
Phone 105
Free
Delivery
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I protection ceased.
All NSLI policies provides for a
waiver of premium after the sixth
consecutive month of total dis
lability. Even though premiums are
being waived, the veteran may con
vert to permanent insurance, ex
cept the endowment plans. Pre
miums will be waived during con
tinuanc e of the total disabi lity,
| . Keesler Field, Miss.—Pfc Ray
mond P. Munro, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Thompson, Libby, re
cently was graduated from one of
| the world's greatest educational pro
grams—one of the Air Tra ining
Commands airplane mechanics
training courses at Keesler Field.
The training he received in the
mechanics school covered basic air
plane and engine mechanic opera
.liions. TTie technical course extend
ed over a period of approximately
16 weeks and included instruction
RAY MONROE GRADUATES
FROM MECHANICS COURSE

in aircraft electrical systems, en
gine operation, fuel and oil systems,
! propellers, structures, instruments
and basic inspection. This quali
fied him for additional specialized
Lenten Foods!
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Pink Salmon
Alaska Red Salmon ... .41c and
Sardines in Oil
Sardines in Tomato Sauce . ..
Tuna Fish ....
Oysters .....
Clam Chowder
27c and
40c
55c
20c
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23c
I
55c
. 41c and
45c
32c
SOUTH LIBBY PURITY STORE
training in the.maintenance of heavy
bombers, cargo planes, jet and rotor
aircraft. _
HONOR ROLL
Ed Kemp ..:
H. R. Goyen ..
Harold Barenz .
Raymond Orsbom ....
O. R. Griep .
Walter Jensen ..
Emil Turner . „
J. F. Hendrckson _
Edward Orr .
•R. E. Clark .
•Harvey Robinson ....
George Munyan.
Edwin Cripe ....
Mrs. R. C. Drury_
H. W. Ford __
Mrs. Floyd Harwood
•L. E. Tripp .
Helen Skelley _
G. H. Mackey .
Clarence Vestre .
Le Roy Carlson ...
Leonard Peterson
•Grant Kreymer .
City
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Eureka.
Eureka
Eureka
.Moyie Springs
.Kalispell
..Kalispell
.„..Corwallis
.R illing «
•Mrs. P. A. Haboush Lomita, Calif
Mrs. S. McNeill ....Wilmington, Dele.
—Lumber and Sawmill Workers
Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and
4th Tuesday of each month.

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