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Mrs. Sherman Noel
Heads Woman's Club
The Woman's Club held its an
nual election of officers Tuesday
afternoon, April 8th, when it met
m regular session: at the Junior
High auditorium. Mrs. Sherman
Hoel was elected to serve as presi
dent for the ensuing year. Other
officers elected were:
1st Vice Pres - Mrs. F. C. Robert
son. •
2nd Vice-Pres - Mrs. Peter Van
derwood.
Secretary - Mrs. O. J. Nollar
Treasurer - Mr«. W, E. Partlow
Members of Executive Board -
Mrs. Lu via Craven, Mrs. Clive
Roark.
The vice president, Mrs. H. S.
Hepner opened the meeting with
the flag salute followed by the
wading of the collect. The club
sang America accompanied by Mrs.
Sherman Noel at the piano.
It was reported that Mrs. Ray
Sice, courtesy committee chairman
was suffering with a sprained ankle
and would enjoy calls from the
members.
A paper prepared by Mrs. Ned
Joughin, International Relations
chairman was read in her absence,
by Mias Inez, Ratekin. It contained
Mrs. Jougbin's usual keen observa
tions on world event» as they are
C""' before the eyes of the pub
Literature chairman, Mrs. Lu via
Craven began her report by com
mending Mrs. Joughin on her ex
cellent summaries of World Affairs,
then recommended the reading of
the new book, "Struggle for the
World,'' by James Burnham. "This
book follows along the line of Mrs.
Joughin's reports" said Mrs. Craven
a* she gave a
"It is destined
book
brief review of it
to be a widely read
J "and well
she continued
worth your while to put on your
own reading list."
Mrs. Oliver Phillips, music chair
man, stated that Kirsten Flagstad
was back in the United States and
explained her position because of
her husband's having been a col
laborationist with the Nazis. "How
ever while Mrs. Flagstad did not
explain her own opinions" Mrs. Phil
lips stated "she at least did not
ring in Germany or Norway. Mrs.
Phillips went on to toll of other
musical personalities, this time
boy violinist and hjs sister who
a remarkable success as a pianist.
"There were two hundred tuber
culosis tests giveiT this month with
only three re-actors found" stated
Mrs. Harold Thomson, Public Wel
fare .chairman. "The X-ravs are
to be given Friday she concluded.
Mrs, J. R. Mills was appointed to
meet Mrs. Zimmerman of Tçoy,
Cancer Control Commander of Lin
ccln County and act as chairman of
the drive in Libby.
The club decided to resume its old
a
* a;.
custom of serving light
menls at each meeting./
Miss Carol Johnson 1 resented her
Rylhm Bond nf the Libby Public
School that gave several numbers
which were greatly enjoyed by the
audience. One number "Indian |
Dance' featured five boys as dan
cing Indians
The program chairmen, Mr. and
Mrs. W E. Partlow showed a Gén
érai Electric color film which
refresh
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gave
instructions on the preparation and
packaging of fruits, vegetables and
meats for locker or home freezing
units. The film story continued un*
, til the final preparation of the foods
5s a delicious meal.
The club luncheon will be held
May 13 and will be served by the
Presbyterian ladies.
Mrs Ray Welman entertained the
Hob Nob Club in her home Fri
day evening which was spent play
ing bridge: Mrs. Roy Sherman re
ceived high prize.
**★★★*★*★★********♦**♦♦*♦*
Kootenai Theatre
Thursday - Friday - Saturday
April 17-18-19
Rainbow Over Texas
with
ROY ROGERS and DALE EVANS
Brimming with action and
romance!
Special - Down Singapore Way
Adventure
Adv. in So. America
Sport • Riding Hxnnefords
Disney V Bath Day
Sunday and Monday
* April 20-21
13 Rue Madeleine
-—starring-—
JAMES CAGNEY A ANNABELLA
From the top setret. files of The
Secret Seyyic&. ''
Special - Ope* tt* Door. Riehard
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Tuesday cpd Wednesday
April *2-2$ ' ; v
EDWARD ARNOLD and
FRANCES RAPFi
Thé-Hidd.
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live solVe* » mystery!
y* a at Ü . Dfe.
A blind
Pete
Pasriac - Pssels
Vodvfi n$ST ataMrs <
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/H dfRyfa I I W 0nce you've sent 4iat
soffit LIN j ü'j'.t.
9 Try it today . . .
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Troy Couple Unite
In Marriage
RÄ H of^ y ^eÄ
marnïe by Re W C sïeâms "
tome of Mr and Mrs HaîoS
Barenz at 7 30 o m Aoril oth
'Th*? 2, bride descended ■the stoirs
on^he arm of her father Ambros
Goody The ceremony was held
amid white candle tapirs and pine
cones, with a back ground of lilies
and nine bouehs
The bride was attired in a white
silk floor length gown, the material
being brought from Japan by Mr.
Rice, a finger lip veil and carried
a bouquet of lilies and snap drag
ons. The maid of honor, the bride's
sister Miss Mary Goudy of Tacoma.
wore an aqua formal. Howard Rice,
brother of the groom was best man.
^^bride a mother, Mrs. A. Goudy
of Troy was attired in a coral af
temoon dress. The groom s mother,
Mrs. Walter Pearson also of Troy,
wore a brown and gold afternoon
dress
Miss Carol Johnson of Libby
played and sang 'T Love You
Tr V j . and *" e Wedd mg March.
A delicious lunch was served at
the home of the brides sister. Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Williams of Libby
after the ceremony. Only mem-1
w).J arTu!y 'ïf re p 5 e t^ nt
WeT A £ r ,L and ¥ ri
Ambrose Goudy and children. Am
brose. Georgia and Edith, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Pearson and son, Wally,
the groom's father, William Rice,,
Dale Rice and Amil Murrie all of)
Troy, Mrs. Fred Nelson, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Barenz and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Williams of
Libby. Out of town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. John Hedin and child-j
ren Lola and Art of Columbia Falls,
Charles Gbudy of North Dakota, and
Antonne Sledjeski of Tacoma.
To all the many friends and
neighbors for their thoughtfulness
and kind deeds during my mother
(Mrs. George Fife's) illness and
i
:
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Born:—To Mr. and Kirs. Le Roy I
Gamache, April 10, a girl; to Mr. i
and Mrs. Frank Corron. April 12,
girl.
Admitted:—April 15. Mrs. Albert
Urdahl, surgical; April 11, Mrs. P.
Klinke. Fortine.
Released.—April 15, Mrs. Frank
Croucher; April 15, Andrew Hagen;
April 15. Michael Linnan. Eureka.
Vfr unri Mr. r* r r ,
Mr, and Mrs. C E. Frazer spent
the weekend with Mrs. Frazer s par
e-nls, Mr. and Mrs. S. A, Rasmus
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ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN
HOSPITAL NOTES
CARD OF THANKS
funeral, we wish to express
sincere appreciation.
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Affoltér
our
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Dance Announcement
I desire to thank the public for the splendid reception
to our initial playing engagement at Larsen's Inn,
Saturday, April 12. We shall endeavor to give the
public the type and class of music they desire at all
times . . .
We Will Again be at Larsen's Inn
Saturday, April 19
,/
Stressing Old Time Dance Music
EVERYBODY WELCOME
DEWEY BOWKER and ORCHESTRA
FOR SALE!
One half mile from West Libby, on the corner where
the road turns west toward Parmenter Creek:
10 ACRES OF LAND—Four acres under cultivation,
balance in timber and building ground. Two modern
homes, large bam for cows, chicken house, 40 ton
hay bam, double garage, work shop with basement,
wood shed, store room, all under one roof.
• Water system piped to both homes and barn. Also
modern milk house, hot'And cold water. Deep well
water system.
f Fine garden, berries, fruit trees, all fenced. White
panel fence around homes.
Large house is furnace heated, 18 by 36 foot base
■y ment, small basement under the other house. Fine
lawn, shade trees.
THIS IS PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
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$12000.00
See EAgyiUCKINGHAM
At the Jeweiry Store or call 27-F-24
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THE WESTERN NEWS.
EUREKA NEWS FROM PAGE 5
j were in Eureka on business this
week.
s
' le " for their home " Bat
^ urday - ..
Harold Gompf of Libby was in
Eureka ° n busmess week.
Edmor^lef?^FriSv'to? thÏT*' h a " d
clhf * '
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i a % b
Cando, N. D., Tuesday, where she
Sf ÄL caUed ** ** death oi
h " ,atber t J 4
_ Guestsat the Anderson, Alverson
^ r ^ a ,Y *1*^1 were Mr. and
„ Jim Rein, Dolores and Jimmie.
JJj "J *5*5"* , J an ? n " d
JJf -JJ »• A R Han
800 an 9 **° yces
Mr. tad Mrs Bill Gilbert ot Tn
dent, visited their parents, Mr. and
Mrs Earl Gilbert the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hanson were
guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Schaale on Thursday.
Rudy Peck was a business visi
tor in Kalispell on Friday of last
week. »
Fred Rock is spending a few days
In Eureka visiting friends. Mr
j Rock has spent the winter at Rol
; lins with his daughter and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Smith.
| Jim Garey from Kalispell was a
business visitor at Schalte*« ranch
on Thursday
i T .._ „ , . _
i . J u ^ e arrived home Satur
j aj L fr ? m Missoula to spend a few
da>s ' due d 1 * 1 * 88 -
_ Mr. and Mrs. Bob McMullen were
i Sunday callers at the Alverson, An
i derson ranch.
i Mr. and Mrs. Bill Osbume of Mis
soula former Eureka residents
! spent Thursday and Friday of last
, week in Eureka visiting friends.
I Mrs. Thomas Maddison of White
fish was a visitor at the home oi
her sister, Mrs. Earl Gilbert last
week
w Huffman, an old time resi
dent passed away at his home Sun- j
day. April 13th due to a heart at-'
tack. Funeral arrangements have
not been made at this writing.
», j », ~. .* .
M' and Mrs. Orville Stolte■ of
Whitefish visited with Mrs. Stolte s
P? 1 ents -. Mr ' an A. Mrs . ^ arl Gilbert
the weekend of April 5th and 6th. j
an d Mrs Raleigh Reynolds,
^-bildren, of Kalispell vnsited with j
Mrs Reynolds parents, Mr. and Mrs.
gell Pike one day of last week. Mrs.
Henry Johnson accompanied them ;
Pj to Kalispell. Mrs. Johnson
bad spent a few days visiting Mr. i
J°bnson s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Johnson.
Mrs. George Russell of Cheyenne, j
Wyo„ is visiting her parents, Mr. j
. „ Erf Hendrickson M rs !
ana Mrs ' Ea «enancKSon. Mrs. j
«ussell plans to remain in Eureka j
f or about six weeks. ,
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WORK IN FULL SWING
IN THE WOODS
Work began Monday in the War
lions of the J. Neils Lumber Com
pany, who added that skidding.
trucking and loading are now in
tuU swing. The work is also con
"fT* in _ the . ■*** Gulch section^
Elrn „ er f w,t2 fJ' 1 Sr - 1 P*™**™!
n ? a "* e 5 K ^ company
stated that the Long Side «t the
sawmill is still down, but it is
to be operating sometime the
latter Part of this week,
Lincoln County for the hospitli-i
zation and treatment of County In-j
digint
Bids may be submitted for either!
0 f the following localities, or a com- 1
bination bid for both localities will
^ considered
. ubby and Troy and Vicinity I
Eureka and Vicinitv
Bids to L opened Thursday Mav
] 5 at 2:00 p.°m*Notice of^award
will be given Monday. May 26. All |
bids must be addressed to the I
County Clerk, Libby, Montana,
The Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids,
By order of the Boairi of County
Commissioners of Lincoln County,;
Montana.
JAMES MAHONEY,
Chairman
ATTEST:
G c EARLE
County Clerk
(2 Times - Anril 17 and Mav 1
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NOTICE OF SCHOOL DISTRICT I
SPECIAL LEVY ELECTION
Notice is hereby given by the.
undersigned clerk of school district
No. 4 °T Lincoln County, State o * j
Montana, that pursuant to action,
^ken and adopted at a meeting of j
tb e board of trustees of said school 1
heW on the M^y of April
, llia . ifiLr * •?
^ 4 { Li^coto
SÄ«
™ 0 are taxpayers there-■
L IZuL appear tbe .
last completed assessment roll for!
state, county and school district
taxes prior to the holding of such
elections, will be held on the 26th
day of April. A. D. 1947 at <he Old
Central School for the purpose of
voting uoon the question of whether
or not the board of school trustees
shall be authorized to levy a tax
of twelve mills (12) in addition 1
to the regular ten (10) mill levy
authorized by law. The amount to
be raised by such levy to be ap
iproximately twenty thousand eight!
hundred dollars ($20,800.) to bej
std for l be purpose of paying
1DC J reases m Ochers salaries and
other costs of operation,
The polls to be open from 12
o'clock noon until 8 o'clock p. m.
the said day.
JPated and posted this 15th day
April, A. D. 1947,
no ROTH Y DELZER
Clerk.
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CALL FOR BIDS
Bids will be received by the;
Board of County Commissioners ofj
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Friday and Saturday, April 18-19
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YES MADAM—SWEET, SPICED
Yes Madam—Sweetened, Really Delicious
APPLE SAUCE
No. 2 Tin—2 For.
SLICED APPLES
28c
43c
Ready for Pie—No. 2 Tin ....
HUNTS
QUAKER—PUFFED
PORK and BEANS
RICE and WHEAT
27c
25c
No. 2V 2 Tin .
2 Packages
KRISPY
CRACKERS
Slightly Salted—2 Lb. Box ..
PICT8WEET
CORN on the COB
45c
27c
Frozen—2 Ears
SPRINGERS (Cloverbloom)
75c
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Cut up - 11 Pieces—Ready for the Pan
2Vz to 3 Lbs.
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''Brick" Wollaston, who is selling
Christmas trees in Texas, writes his
friend, John Ledum that he
pects to be home some time this
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More People Have Bought Country Real Estate
Through the
STROUT REALTY
Than Through Any Other Rea] Estate Organisation
Ust Tour CITY-BUSINESS or COUNTRY property
now through STROUT'S local Agent
JOHN F. BOWEN
Box 2S5 -
Phone MM
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perfect
she win cherish
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TKcre F something flattering about
ibese exciting gift». A (tunning brace?
.let, a fashionable pin." a master-crafted
[watch, a gorgeous ring , ,T exquisite,
pieces for her smartest costumes. Inÿ
expensively priced at $ 00 .
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Jewelry and Gift Shop
WEIGHS'
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Jewelry of Distinction
Thursday, Apirl 17. 1947
Mr. and Mrs Walter Kammeyer
spent a part of their Easter holiday
with Mrs. Kammeyer's mother who
lives in South Libby They re
turned to Ephrata, Wash., last Sun
day.

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