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Robert Switzer was home from Montana State University. Missoula to enjoy Thanksgiving with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Switzer, Sr. *. Miss Jemma Simoni, a former teacher in the Libby schools, now teaching in Misaoula, was a Thanks giving guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Switzer, Sr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stamschror Sunnyside, Wash., left for their home Monday after visiting over o Thanksgiving. and the weekend the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tefeau and other friends in Libby. Miss Billie J. Littell was home over the Thanksgiving vacation, re turning Sunday evening to Missoula where she is attending the Uni versity. • Miss Ro employed in' Mi Wtedenheft, who ■pfelk,; visited over the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Wiedenhelf, returning home Mon day. Miss Mary Mahoney came over Wednesday of last week from Kal ispell to enjoy Thanksgiving din ner with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Mahoney. visit Earl Switzer was a or last weekend in Missoula and Helena. Mr. Switzer and his son, Don enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner together in Helena. Don is a sopho more at the State University, Mis soula. The Ernest Roberts family were Thanksgiving guests at the Vernon Crotteau home. Miss Germaine Schlumm, who is a junior at Holy Names College, Spokane, returned Sunday evening to her school work after enjoying the holiday weekend with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Schlumm. Miss Easter Richards came last week from Los Angeles and is visit ing at the home of her cousin. Mrs. A. E. Blackwell. Bob Jaqueth, Freddie Brown and Jim Maurer returned Monday to Montana State University, after en joying the holidays with home folks in Libby. William Lensing. who lives in Troy and is employed in Libby by The Libbv Creamery, is enioying his annual vacation this week. William Smith, formerly of Troy, has moved to Libby and for the time being is making his home with Mr. and Mrs. Gleason Pilcher. Mrs. Pilcher is Mr. Smith's niece. Mrs. Henry Becker of Shelby has been visiting in Libby with the Lewis Schikora family. Mrs. Beck er was so favorably impressed with Libby that she may decide to make her future home here. 'Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. May. Stephen and Jeanne of Eureka, have been visiting relatives in Lib by for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Maÿ made a business trip to Spo-1 kane and on the way home stopped to visit the John H. May family in Kellogg. Ida. Sgt. Russell G. Hoppe arrived | home November 14th after eigh -1 teen months in Manilla and Guam. Sgt Hoppe is spending his furlough ! at the home of his parents, Mr. and j Mrs. Louis Hoppe. Miss Rosalie Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Frank Ayotte, arrived in | Libby on Wednesday, Nov. 26th, from Spokane, where she has been attending the Holy Names High for the past three months. She spent Thanksgiving with brothers, sisters, and parents, returning to school again on Sunday. Ed Weidner of Troys* was on busi ness in Libby Monday, returning to Troy with a new Dodge he pur chased here. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parks and daughter Mabel of Summit, visited over the weekend with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson of Spo kane were visitors of friends and relatives here over the holidays. Bill Echo drove over from Boze man to spend Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Echo. Bill is a freshman at MSC and is majoring in Engineering Physics. He is also photographer for Montanan, the college annual. The Libby boys who came over with him were Ralph Swimley, Don Madison and Billy Hafferman. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Granno and daughter Diane from Kalispell •XCIt^CICSCICICICICICICSCICIlSCICJCICfcjrjriCSCIU^ ATTENTION f I am manufacturing merchan dise on a strictly cash basis. Your credit is good, but at these inflated prices, I must have the cash. LIBBY J5ASH AND DOOR jtM3tXM3tXXX3$3t3t3t3t3$3l3t3$XXtXl$3l3t3Ê 2t y; ixj Come in today and make your 'jewelry gift selec tions for the gala Holi days. A small deposit will hold it for you . . . Look into our Lay-A Way Plan. It's the easy way to buy! "Jewelry of Distinction" WELCH'S Jewelry St Gift Shop visited at the John Minde home on Monday and Tuesday, They went home Wednesday. ! Jbhn Ledum returned from Port land this week where he has been to visit his wife who is hospitalized there. District Court will be held in Libby with Judge Dean King pre siding Friday, Dec. 5. Visiting with their mother, Mrs. R. Notman and sister, Mrs. C. E. Swimley for a couple of weeks are Mrs. Wm. Gollaway of Brandford, Ont., and Mrs. C. E. Ulrich of Great Falls. Mrs. Frank Peck and children re turned to Spokane a few days ago after visiting at the home of Mrs. Peck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Yaple of this place. Last week the Pecks moved to Pomeroy, Wash., where Mr. Peck has a position as manager of the Guthri Mills plan t mfuL r. and Mrs. Elmer Switzer, Sr., went Tuesday evening, to Spokane where they ' are spending several days. The Turkey Shoot was a great success. There will be another Shoot on December 14th, which will jÇtart at 10:00 a. m. sharp. sN^üharles E. May and daugh er Mary Elizabeth of Libby spent Thanksgiving day in Eureka with Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. May and family. Mrs , How Strout Realty Sells Property Every day of the year the STROUT Agency advertises out standing bargains in the most prominent newspapers of the big cities throughout the country. By this means, a steady flow of prospective buyers is main tained through these various General Offices to the local STROUT representative. Thus, it is possible for a prospective farm or business buyer to secure full and satisfactory information. ( WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE JOHN F. BOWEN, locol Strout agent RESIDENCE 66-M BOX 295 OFFICE PHONE 260 ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON Winter Clotbing $3.00 and S2.00 VALUES & $1.75 $ 1.00 98c & $1.35 $10.00 Sweat Shirts, sizes 38,42,44,46 $2.00 ASSORTMENT OF MEN'S (just a few) Winter Underwear, sizes 38 to 42 $1.00 Boys' Sweaters.$2.25 SMALL, MEDIUM &.LARGE; Men's Sweaters. GIRLS' STRIPED Sport Shirts. Mackinaw, 1 only TAN & GUNMETAL SOUTH LIBBY PURITY STORE BUY a TAG to support LIBBY SCHOOL MUSIC SATURDAY DEC. 6, 1947 This Tag Sale in sponsored by the Music Sponsors -Club of Libby. All proceeds will be used to help send the band and choruses to the Spring Music Festival in Whitefish, Your Donation Will Show Your Interest In Libby School Music Seven district rangers of the Kootenai National Forest met at the Libby Ranger station Wednes day at which time winter work 'plans were discussed, Miss Ruth Crush left for Mos cow, Ida., Tuesday where she in tended to spend the remainer of the week. Bill Hafferman, Bill Echo, Rob art Swimley and Don Madison came on Wednesday night and left Sun day morning, returning to State College, Bozeman. George Walsh, Jr.^ left Sunday to return to his studies at Yakima having spent the holidays parents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo with his . Walsh. Bob Roberts came from Yakima to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts. Miss Fayetta Tisher was here from Cheney to spend th^ holidays with l>er Mr. an daughters. Lois and " Marie, wei^ Liboy visitors from Troy Wednes irents. Mrs. Russell Baeth and day. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson were visitors in Libby Wednesday. —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. Pastor and Mrs. Hjortholm drove to Missoula on Thanksgiving Day and returned the' following Satur day. Bob Petrusha came over from | Yakima to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Petrusha. ' t ' It fez* I y * 1 Tl r\. t saw / fv c W 5ÖT. 9 9 S-/\ \V VTß : '»f Have Your Family Christmas Present Laid Away Zenith refrigerators; Zenith home freeze, 8 cubic feet; Youngstown Kitchen» »4er»; «leatrie > r ' • »V . v . ,*r.\ , Toastmaster toasters; table lamps; electric hotwater tanks; nin-up lamps; pressure cookers; dish ;ets; Rock Crystal In goblets, wines, cocktails, ice teas and salad plates; metal ironing boards. Also wagons, sleds, tricycles, scooters, dolls and buggies. Uifles - 12 St 16 gauge Shotguns. Electric motors. Ask about our easy to install door chimes. 7 U 35-cal. Remington Rifles - ,22-cal. GERINGERS' HARDWARE WILLE GIFT ROBES \ Give Her Beauty and Warmth For Her Hours of Leisure! ® S 7.90 v Rich, thickly tufted chenille in flaring wraparound styles make her feel pampered and loved.— Lilting hues of copen, aqua, tea rose, cherry, and white in sizes 12 to 20. 4.98 4^ Women's two-piece rayon jersey pajamas. Easily laundered and ruii resistant. Pink or blue. In sizes 34 to 40. t i 7,90 i i i i it i [ $ Colorful rayon crepe house coats in floral print. In button style. Zipper front or wraparound . . . Sizes 12 to 44. [ t r IV s ■ l I ■ f ; ■ ■: Jh 10.90 ' y I ï ■ \ % i Robes of fine quilted rayon. Wrap around style. In pink or blue printed Moire. Sizes 12 to 20. f <1 \ Lilli«* Mom \ ( m \ Loiiü Wiiv MONOPLANE SLEDS 2.98 - 5.90 Selected white ash tops.— Runners of spring steel . . . heavy braces. 36" x 6V x 13'/«" . . 2.98 48" x 6'4" x 14M»" . . 4.98 56" x 6'/j" x 15'«" . . 5.90 I, I, c They'll Fold Up, Too! DOLL CARTS Roomy Comfort MEN'S PAJAMAS Give Him a Robe BLANKET ROBE 9.90 3.98 6.90 Made just like a baby's with leatherette body and fully collapsible frame! AND they've got fine hand brakes. Blue with light gray hood or all gray. Easy to wash cotton Flan nelette in a large choice of stripes and solid colors. Lots of body-warmth com fort in either slipover or notch collar, button front model. Sizes A, B, C. D. . . . Chill chasing, genuine Beacon robes for men. In maroon or Navy Glen plaid. In'small, medium or large. Norman Cormier, student at Gon zaga in Spokane, visited over the holiday with his aunt, Mrs. Aug ust Sleizer. Tom Staudacher, a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. JClas Johansson,.!«' turned to his home at Chester, last Monday.