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REXFORD
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The many friends of Fred Lar
son were shocked to hear of his j
sudden passing, last week. The |
Larson famly made their home here I
for several years while Mr. Lar- ,
son was roadmaster on this division. |
After leaving Rexford they resided '
in Bonners Ferry for a few years
and then were transferred to Wen
atchee, Wn., their present home. |
Besides his wife, two children sur- 1
vive him, Barton and Fay.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Strock and ;
Mrs. George Ross, were business j
callers in Kalispell, Thursday.
Bill Frederick, weight seven lbs.,
arrived at the home of Mr. and I
Mrs. Fred R. Marvel Jr., Tuesday, j
Feb. 18.
Mrs. E. E. Madden visited at the!
Otto Nordstrom home in Kalispell
a few days the fore part of last
week.
Miss Margaret Anderson, teacher
of the lower grades, left for her!
home in Big Horn, Saturday. Miss
Anderson received word of the ac-1
cidental death of a brother, who
was training in Arizona for the air
service. The unfortunate young man
was electrocuted. No other details !
are available at presept. Sterling
Schagel, principal of the Rexford 1
school, will take charge of the en
tire school during Miss Anderson's,
absence.
Mrs. 'A. T. Thompson underwent
a major operation at the Kalispell !
hospital last week.
Manoog Davitian was a caller in
Whitefish one day last week.
Mrs. Vivian Hansen returned
from Kalispell Friday, where she
had gone for surgical treatment, ji
A real estate transaction which
took place last week, was the sale
of the garage owned by Mrs. R. L.
LaByer to a Wolf Point resident.
It is reported that Tom Burch
of Eureka is starting a bus service 1
between Rexford and Kalispell in :
the very near future.
Mrs. R. L. LaByer was a busi- j
ness caller in Libby, Thursday.
A. T. Thompson was a caller in
Kalispell the last of the week.
Miss Cole, who teaches at Troy,
spent the weekend at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cole 1
of the Tooley Lake district.
Dick Gaertner left Sunday for
Leonia, Ida., where he will work
as relief agent for a few days.
Mrs. R. L. LaByer and Tom La
Byer were business callers in Kalis- j
pell Monday.
Mrs. Jerry Fritch of Ural was j
a visitor at the home of her sister. |
Mrs. Sylvester Frank the first of
the week.
The Valley Grill, under manage
ment of Mr. a/id Mrs Don Strock,
will be open for business Tuesday,
February 25th._
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50 ANIMAL ACTORS
IN UNUSUAL CAST
Bringing Nature to the screen in
possibly the most difficult undertak- i
ing of the year, "Courage of Lassie"
new M-G-M outdoor drama filmed
in Technicolor and opening Sunday
and Monday, March 2-3 on the Koo
tenai screen, features an unusual
cast of more than fifty different
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types of wild animals. These appear
with Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Mor
gan, Tom Drake, and Lassie, the
magnificent collie dog star.
Included among the film's animal
actors are a bear, racoon, beaver,
deer, raven, a silver fox, coyote,
squirrel, chipmunk, badger, skunk
and a great golden eagle. Actually
highly trained animals, they appear:
in "Courage of Lassie," roaming
freely about their natural habitat.
Beautiful location scenes werej
filmed at Lake Chelan, Washington,
setting for the screen play. The town
of Chelan, at the foot of the sixty
five-mile-long lake, was photo
graphed just as it is today.
For Lassie, the first collie star
in screen history, "Courage of Las
sie" marks his third stellar role,
following "Lassie Come Home" and
"Son of Lassie.
COMSTOCK WILL
RETIRE MARCH 31
Billings—(U.R)—Harold D. Com
stock, Director of Region Six, Bur
eau of Reclamation, will retire Mar.
31, acting secretary of the Interior,
Oscar L. Chapman has announced.
Assistant Regional Director Ken
neth F. Vernon has been named to
succeed Comstock, who retired af
ter 41 years of service in the West
ern States.
Earl Winfrey and Burton Baker
spent Saturday in Kalispell caring
for business matters.
Miss Germaine Schlumm visited
over the weekend with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schlumm.
Germaine is attending Holy Names
in Spokane.
SHERIFF'S SALE
The Federal Land Bank of Spo
Plaintiff.
kane, A Corporation.
Against
John M. Shenefelt, et al.
Defendant.
TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S
SALE:
On the 21st day of March, A. D.,
1947, at 2:00 o'clock p. m., at the
front door of the Court House, in
the City of Libby, County of Lin
coln, State of Montana, to the high
est and best bidder for cash in hand,
the following described real estate
lying and being in the County of
Lincoln and State of Montana.
Lots Two, Three, Six and Seven,
Section Seventeen, Township
Thirty-six, North of Range
Twenty-seven, West of the Mon
' tana Principal Meridian,
Together with all and singular the
tenements, hereditaments and ap-1
purtenances thereunto belonging or
in anywise appertaining.
Dated this 24th day of February,
A. D., 1947.
J. R. LIVENGOOD
Sheriff of Lincoln County,
Montana.
, (4 Times - Feb. 27 - Mar. 6-13-20)
Wling tourney will
BE HELD IN BILLINGS
BO
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Btilings—(U.R)—The first annual
four-state invitational straight-away
Bowling Tourney will be held here
March 15-18, Hub Davies local bow
ling center manager, reported. He
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said more $3,000 m prizes will
be offered for the five-man team
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and singles events.
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Wheat has gone wilder and is going higher. Corn*
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We have No. 2 Yellow Corn at $3,75 per cwt. Cracked
corn, 10c higher.
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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our apprecia
tion for the kind expressions
sympathy; floral offerings and spiri
tual bouquets extended to us in our
recent bereavement.
Mrs. Agnes Badgley
Miss Patricia Badgley
Mr .and Mrs. W. J. Badgley
Ross Badgley
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pluid
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gilchrist
BIDS WILL BE ISSUED
FOB NEW HOSPITALS
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Glasgow—(U.R) — Invitations for
bids to construct and furnish a 150
bed veterans administration hos
pital at Minor, N. D., and a 100-bed
hospital at Miles City will be issued
in March, according to Col. E. H.
Walter, districts«
engineer for the
Notice is hereby given that the!
following described real property
situate in Lincoln County, State of
Montana, will be sold at Public
auction at the front door of the
Courthouse in Libby, Montana at
2 o'clock m., on the 10th day of
March, 1947.
Description of Property:
Lots 17-18-19-20-21-22, Block 2
Leonard Addition.
According to the map or plat
thereof on file and of record in
the office of the Clerk & Recor
der of Lincoln County, Montana.
App. Value - $750.00.
Together with the tenements, here
ditaments and appurtenances there
to belonging.
Terms of Sale: Cash, or 50% cash
and the balance of 50% due one
year from the date of sale.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Dated this 5th day of February
1947.
JAMES MAHONEY
Chairman of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Lincoln County, Mont.
a
ATTEST
G. C. EARLE
Clerk.
(February 6-13-20-27)
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Plan to Build Soon
If you plan to build your new home next summer, you should have your plans
completed^and arrangements ready to begin work early in the season. Remem
ber, every year you put off building, will make just one less year for you to
enjoy the cherished home of your dreams.
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Though building materials are easier to obtain than during the past few years,
a government permit is still needed. This company will be pleased to help you
make out your application for the permit, and to check your building plans.
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, Zonoiite, Heatilator Fireplaces, Sash,
Doors and Frames.
WE HAVE PLASTER BOARD IN STOCK
J. NEILS LUMBER CO
Fort Peck Corp.
Walter said the Miles City bid
invitation would be issued about
March* 15. It will include the main
buildings, nurses quarters, attend
ants' quarters, garage, boilerhouse,
incinerator and complete site im
provement, he explained.
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The Ground Forces not only teach you leadership — they equip
you with fine job training to go with it. In peacetime, the Army
is a gigantic school-going organization — with training available
in many skills and trades. Courses offered range all the way
from automotive mechanics to welding — designed to help you
find the work you like and do best.
Increased Army pay scales are now in effect, and you receive
20% additional pay for overseas service.
Thousands of outstanding young men, able to meet the
higher standards required, are enlisting in the Regular Army,
They are beginning interesting, useful careers by learning leader
ship along with special skills. Visit your nearest U. S. Army
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new
HIGHLIGHTS OF REGULAR ARMY ENLISTMENT
1. Choice of any branch of service
which still hat quota! to be filled,
and of certain overseas theaters
which (till have openings, on 3-year
enlistments,
2. Enlistment sge from 18 to 34 years
inclusive (17 with parents' consent)
except for men now in Array, who
may recnlist at any age, and former
service men depending on length of
service.
3. Educational benefits under G1
Bill of Rights {or men who enlist
before official termination of war and
remain in service 90 daya or mote.
4. Family allowances for dependents
of men enlisting or reenlisting con.
tinue until 6 months after official
termination of war.
5. Enlistments for \y t , 2 or 3 y
(1-year enlistments permitted
men now in the Army with 6 or more
months of service.)
4. Option to retire at half pay for
the rest of your life after 20 years'
service—increasing to three-quarters
pay after 30 years of service. All
previous honorable active federal
military service counts toward
retirement.
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NEW, HIGHER PAY FOR ARMY MEN
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INCOME AFTER:
for 20 Tears' 30 Tears'
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Storfing
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In Addition to Column One
at the Right: 20% In
crease for Service Over
seas. 50% Increase, up to
$50 Maximum Per Month,
if Member of Flying or
Glider Crews. $50 Per
Month for Parachutists Sergeant • •
(Not in Flying-pay Status)
while .Engaged upon Para
, chute Duty. 5% Increase
in Pay for Each 3 Years
of Service.
Master Sergeant
or First Sergeant $163.00 $107.23 $183.63
Technical Sergeant 135.00 87.75 131.88
Staff Sergeant . . 115.00 74.75 129.38
. . 100.00
90.00
80.00
75.00
63.00 112.50
58.50 101.25
52.00
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Corporal ....
Private First Class
90.00
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HANOVER COLLEGE
Hanover, Ind., Feb. 26—One lo
cal student is among the 60 oevr
enrollees for Hanover Co
spring semester. He is Lido . _
zutti, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Vizzutti, Libby, Montana.
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