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home in Wisconsin to spend the
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We wish you just an old fashioned
May your every wish be granted
and your every hour be filled with
happiness and good cheer . . .
• At Christmas tim« we greet good friends.
• If 'neoth our roof you're rested, come
a g ain and be refreshed. If you hare
never crossed our threshold, visit ue in the
months ahead. To one and ail we eay.
Donald Switrer 'la home for the
holidays from the State University
Leland E. Tripp, police judge for
Eureka and justice of the peace for
Tobacco township, was a business
visitor in Libby Monday and while
here paid this office a pleasant call.
W. R. Farley was in Libby Mon
day on business. He recently moved
from Trego to Ural. Mr. Farley
came here in 1912 from Pennsyl
vania and homesteaded at Trego.
Mrs. Nina Fraser was called to
Great Falls on Friday because of
the sudden death of her brother,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. West of
Roundup are visiting at the home of
his mother here, over the holidays.
Mrs. Vignali returned Saturday
from Spokane where she had been
for several weeks.
Joe Corbett is home from Mon
tana State University, Missoula, for
Coming home from Yakima, where
they are attending school, to spend
the holidays'etee Jun Bartree, Billy
McGrew, Russell Peterson, George
Walsh and Bob Petrusha.
George Holmquist left Wednes
day for Seattle to spend the holi
days with relatives.
Miss Dolores Ritzman and Hope
Weehunt returned Monday from
Kalispell where they had visited
a few days.
Miss Ellen Stuhlreiter is home for
the holidays. Miss Stuhlreiter
teaching remedial reading at Terry.
Miss Margaret Stuhlreiter, who
teaches at Whitefish is home for
the holidays. She was accompanied
home by Miss Wilman Stearns of
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Boberg and
sons, Ted and Joe of Ural were in
Libby shopping Monday.
Ray Hampton of Trego was a Lib
by visitor Monday.
—Lumber and Sawmill Worker's
Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and
4th Tuesday of each month.
Merry Christmas to All
We are hoping that every one of you
enjoys the happiness of Christmas and
the holiday season. We wish to express
our thanks for your patronage and your
friendship, and we hope we may serve
you throughout the future years.
WE KNOW OF NO BETTER
TIME THAN CHRISTMAS TO
GIVE RECOGNITION TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS WHO HAVE*
CONTRIBUTED SO GREATLY
TO OUR SUCCESS DURING
THE PAST YEAR.
FROM ALL OF US ONCE MORE
TO YOU, WHETHER YOU ARE
OUR CUSTOMER OR NOT . . .
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
J.C. Penney Company
s ^-VTW meetings the 1st and 3rd
Wednesday of each month at the
Members of the Women's Bow
ling teams enjoyed a Christmas
party in the Vet's banquet room
following their usual league play
last Thursday night. Following
the exchange of gifts a lovely lunch
was enjoyed. Dancing and visiting
took up the remainder offthe even
. 4 , .
en ®l ne improvements have been
DODGE OFFERS 248
TRUCKS IN NEW LINE
Detroit, Mich., Dec. 20—A com
pletely new line of Dodge "Job
Rated" trucks comprising 248 basic
chassis models ranging from 4250
to 23,000 pounds gross vehicle
weight and up to 40,000 pounds
gross train weight was announced
today by L. F. VanNortwick, Di
rector of Truck Sales of the Dodge
Division, Chrysler Corporation.
Some models of the new trucks
kvili be displayed starting January
7 by Art Brock's Libby Motors In
A combination of massive strength
and smoothly flowing lines is the
keynote of styling for the new
: trucks. They were designed to
.■combine appearance with comfort,
safety, performance, economy and
ease of handling.
Conventional models can be road
serviced from the left side as the
fuel tank, oi^ filler, radiator filler,
and battery aVe so located.
Dodge has seven different en
gines to handle the power require
ments of its new line. Numerous
Braking systems are larger and
improved. Front and rear axles
have increased load-carrying capac
j ity. Front springs are longer . . .
J Radiator cores have been redesigned
j to facilitate better cooling. Ex
[ ceptional improvements have been
made in frame construction.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Noel are
spending the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Crowe in Kalis
A > I '4
.Though the yule bells
ring out their loudest,
they cannot drown out
the heartiness of our
season's wishes for you.
In whatever way we can,
we're helping to make
your Christmas merrier.
ACT NOW -THESE BARGAINS WON'T LAST!
BEST VALUES EARLY OF COURSE!
BROKEN SIZES - ODDS AND ENDS!
Boy's Cunapal Overcoats
Boys all wool over
coats in blue or tan.
Sizes 12 to 16 . . .
Women's Dresses Reduced
Crepes, gabardines, and jerseys.
Ass t styles and sizes - Good buys
In all wool, black or brown
fleece or gabardine.
15.00 & 20.00
ODDS AND ENDS
Odds and ends of good mer
chandise. Priced far below
.Magic skin dolls Just reduced.
Little girls favorite . . Were
Misses low heel Snap Galoshes
Broken Sizes .
Straw Hats in the winter
Save from 50c to $3.00
5.00 10 8.00
Children Snow Suits
Leggings and Coats ...
Boys' Waist-band Overalls - Heavy 8-oz.
Denim - Copper Riveted .
Men's Cotton Sport Shirts
Long or Short Sleeves.
MANY OTHER ITEMS NOT LISTED
TO SENSIBLE PRI CE 5
BACK TO à' C M O O L
Bob -Roberts is home from Gon
zaga to spend the holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rob
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