, Contined from page six
Sunday evening following church
dismissal Mrs. Roy Maness enter
tained the members of the Metho
dist choir at her home. A delicious
lunch was served. Spring flowers
formed the decorations. Those parti
cipating were: Mr. and Mrs. Hodges,
Mr. and Mrs. Dunham. Mr. and Mrs.
McClintock. Mrs. Logue, Miss Ruth
Cole, Miss Wanda Norwood and
Here and There:
Mrs. Roy Maness left Wednesday
for Spokane where she will attend
the annual banquet of the Spokane
Alumni chapter of Alpha Delta Pi,
her sorority. This is to be held
Thursday evening in the Social
Rooms of St. Johns Cathedral, Spo
The Wednesday afternoon Pino
chle Club met at the home of Mrs.
Jim Lindsey. Following a delicious
dessert course the afternoon was
spent playing cards. First prize went
to Mrs. Bob Rubier, travelling to
Mrs. Lester Coffman and low to
Mrs. Harold Nelson.
Mrs. John Lindholm went to Spo
kane to consult her physician Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bellows and
sort, Larry were business visitors in
Mr. Haines, a former school prin
cipal at Noxon, called at the Robert
Jenkins home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Laffoon arrived
Sunday to visit friends. Mr. Laf
foon left on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Doyle and son,
Billy spent Saturday in Naples. Ida.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sales and son,
Gordon and daughter. Edna spent
Mother's Day visiting Mr. Sales
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sales
Herbie Coffman, Rudy Larson and
Bryan and Grace McDougal drove
over to Eureka to attend the track
District Judge and Mrs. Dean King
of Kalispell visited Dr. and Mi's.
Frank Magers a former resident of
Troy, but lately from California,
visiting in town. If his present plans
materialiee he and Mrs. Magers will
again be numbered among our citi
Mrs. Earl Walton and baby daugh
ter, Charlotte Elaine, returned home
from Bonners Ferry last Friday.
Mrs. Jennie Baggs was a Libby
visitor last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reidlinger
family spent Thursday in Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Splaine, Great
Falls, spent the week-end at the
home of their daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ellis had as
guests this week, Mr/ Ellis' mother
and aunt, Della Combs from Idaho.
Miss Marylin Cone, Pullman, was
home for Eastern Star meeting
Mrs. John Hurd and Gary and
Mrs. John Smith were Spokane visi
tors last week.
National Forest Timber For Sale
Sealed bids will be received by
the Forest Supervisor, Libby, Mon
tana up to 4:00 P. M. June 16, 1947
for all live timber marked or des
ignated for cutting and all mer
chantable dead timber located on
an area embracing about 150 acres
within Sections 3 and 4. T. 36 N„ R.
25 W„ MPM Stahl Creek, Kootenai
National Forest, Montana, estimated
to be 270 M feet of live white pine,
720 M feet dead white pine, 570 M
feet live spruce. 140 M feet dead
spruce, 35 M feet live larch, 90 M
feet live Douglas-fir. No bid of less
than $7.00 per M feet for live white
pine, $3.00 for dead white pine, $3.00
for live spruce. $1.00 for dead spruce
and $1.50 for live larch and Douglas
fir will be considered. In addition
to payments for stumpage, purchas
er will be required to' deposit into
special funds in the Treasury of the
United States, $0.50 per M feet for
total cut of all live timber and $1.00
per M feet for all species cut to
cover cost of slash disposal. $500.00
must be deposited with each bid to
be applied on the purchase price,
refunded, or retained in part as li
quidated damages, according to con
dition of sale. The right to reject
any and all bids is reserved. Before
bids are submitted, full information
concerning the, timber, the condi
tions of sale, and the submission of
bids should be obtained from the.
Forest Ranger, Fortine, Montana.
(2t: M-15 - J-5.)
ON SALE AT
All Libby Independent
Retail Grocery Stores,
I Vet's Win First Game
The local Vet's team completely
! outclassed a green Noxon team,
Sunday, May 11 winnng by the
crushing margin of 18 to 1.
The Troy team started with Ray
Lindsey on the mound. He was hot,
and for two innings the Noxon team
could not touch him. In the third
the Noxon team scored its only run.
Peterson of Noxon doubled with
one of his team mates aboard.
Lindsey allowed only 4 hits in his
5 innings of work. He walked one
and struck out 14.
Don Moore took the mound at the
end of the fifth inning and pitched
hitless ball for the last four innings.
He didn't walk a man and struck
Dick Jenkins started for Noxon,
but soon ran into hot water. His
team mates started hobbling and he
became wild. He gave up 3 hits, 8
walks and struck out 3 in the 1 2/3
innings he pitched. He was replaced
during the 2nd inning by H. Hart
who went the rest of the* way for
Noxon. He scattered 7 hits over the
next seven innings.
R. Kensler, lb.
R. Lindsey, p.
Moore, ss„ p. ..4
J. Kensler, rf.
Winslow, c ....
N. Lindsey, 3b.
Rice, If, lb.
m. Jenk, 2b.
par-jo. Hart, If, 3b.
| H. Hart,
| Fuller, 3b, If.
j Johnston, rf.
j D. Jenk.' p, ss.
c. Jenk, lb.
| Peterson, cf
Totals .30 1 4 12
2b Hits. Peterson, Hampton, Moore;
is j Runs, bater in. Peterson, Norton, R.
j Lindsey 3; Moore, J. Kensler 2.
| stolen bases, H. Hart, Smith, Stiner,
j Winslow 3. Winning pitcher, Lind
isey. Losing pitcher, Dick Jenkins.
Baccalaureate services will be
held in the high school auditorium
Sunday morning, May 18 at 11. The
andjRev. George Masuda of Whitefish
! will deliver the sermon. The high
I school girls' glee club, directed by
| Miss Wanda Norwood, and an adult
| choir directed by Mr. Delmar Dun
Aljham will provide special musical
Members of the junior class began
Monday to decorate the gym for the
junior prom, which will be held
Friday, May 16.
Ann Cobbledick, daughter of Mr. 1
and Mrs. James Cobbledick, is vale
dictorian of the Troy high school
graduating class of 1947. Virginia
amith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ;
Max G. Smith, is salutatorian.
Commencement exercises will be j
held in the high school auditorium I
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Phone 20F51 - - P. O. Box 1131
Wallace Real Estate Agency
, Phone 93
The Log Church
FI DATE May26-June6
TIME 9-12 a.m.
DON'T MISS A DAY
Leon H. Ayers
Thursday evening. May 22 at 3 ,p. «*»,
The main address will be delivered
by Professor Ralph Y. McGinnis
University at Missoula. His sub
ject will be "The Tripod of Success."
Short talks will also be presented
by the class valedictorian and salu
tatorian. The girls' glee club, direct
ed by Miss Wanda Norwood, will
sing two numbers.
Tentative arrangements have been
made for a baseball game between
the Junior American Legion team of
Bonnerst Ferry and the Troy high
school team to be played at Troy
Sunday afternoon. May 18.
Returns have been received on the
nationwide, every pupil tests that
that were given in the Troy high
school April 8. Troy students
whose scores ranked in the highest
ten percent of those taking the tests
were as follows: World History, Bet
ty Lensing; Bookkeeping, Ann Cob
bledick; Freshman English, Forest
Gilchrist: Junior Vocabulary, Bill
Pattie, Glenn Taylor; Junior En
glish, Glenna Taylor; Industrial
Arts, Floyd Cole; General Science,
Gary Sloan. Classes which ranked
above the national average were
bookkeeping, typing 2, American
history, freshman English and chem
The first meeting of the Top-Notch
er's 4-H Club was held at the
Grange Hall Tuesday, April 29. The
club has 13 members and Floyd Os
born as club leader.
Officers elected were president,
Frank Myers; vice-president, For
rest Myers; secretary, Robert Tay
lor; trea&irer. Billy Molyneau; re
porter, Billy Basham.
We call for and
return your car.
Open 7 a. m. to 11 p. m
Members of the club are Donald
Basham, Boy Caraway, George
of Howley, Robert Basham, Robert
Taylor, Billy Basham, Robert Fish
er, Billy Lensing, Forrest Myers,
Frank Myers, Gene Lyle, Gene Go
henour. and James Fisher,
Sandwiches and cocoa were
served by Mrs. Floyd Osborn,
A second meeting was held May
3 at the Grange Hall. There were
three new members, Don Gripe, Paul
| Nelson and Howard Hurd.
| Projects were chosen by the
members and Robert Basham was
appointed song leader.
1 he club's assistant leader is
1 hihp Redeye,
Club Reporter, Billy Basham,
Keith Leigh came Wednesday eve
of last week from Kalispell for
visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Leigh. He spoke Thursday at
the High School on Army Careers.
» 4 . '
There's a whale of a difference between a broken match and one that isn't.
You KNOW the broken match is out. You may not be quite sure about the other.
But THIS is sure:
If a blazing match lights on an inflammable forest "floor," you have the start of
another forest fire. In five years ending in 1939, there was an average of
79.069 forest fires in the United States every year. More than three-quarters of
them were man-caused.
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Betterment of Local Aviation
If your watch needs repairs, bring it in and get an
expert job.-*-All our work is guaranteed.
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