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THE CHURCHES
FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH
The public worship next Sunday, {
February 1, Sexagesima Sunday,)
will begin at 11:00 a. m. Sermon
Theme, "Why Many do not Believe"
John 12: 35-43.
The Sunday School will begin at
9:45 a. m.
The confirmation class will meet
during the Sunday School hour.
The Wednesday classes will not I
meet next week.
The Junior Ladies' Aid will meet!
at the parsonage on Thursday even- !
ing of next week, Feb. 5, at 7:30.
Mrs. Hjortholm will be the hostess. ;
Since the pastor will be away j
next Monday rtbe church council'
will not meet then but will meet j
on Monday, February 9, at the 1
church at 7:30 p. im The pastor
will attend the Rocky Mountain
District Pastoral Conference at
Great Falte on Teh., 3 and 4. ,
. . H. C. Hjortholrn, Pa stor
ASSEMBLY OF GOD - EUREKA
Sunday Services: !
Sunday School .10:00 a. m. i
Morning Worship .11:00 a. m.
C. A. Service . 7:00 p. m.|
Evangelistic . 8:00 p. m. I
Wednesday:
School Released time - 9:00-11:00
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- a. m.
Cottage prayer meeting, 2:00 p. m.
Beginning Sunday. January 18 at |
8:00 p. m. and continuing each even-j
ing except Monday and Saturday I
there will be special evangelistic
services with Rev. Robert Lang as
evangelist. Everyone Welcome!
Rev. O. W. OLSON, Pastor
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ASSEMBLY OF GOD - LIBBY
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Sunday School . 9:45 a. xn.
Family Worship .11:00 a. m. ;
Children's Church .11:00 a. m.
Junior C. A. 's .
C. A. Service ...
Evangelistic .
TUESDAY:
Ladies Prayer Meeting, 2:00 p. m. i
(Home of Mrs. H. Nelson)
WEDNESDAY:
Release Time Classes - 8:45-11.45!
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7:00 p. m -
7:00 p. m. |
8:00 p. m. !
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a. m.
Prayer and Bible Study 8:00 p. m.
THURSDAY:
7:30 p. m.
Women's Missionary Council
(Home of Mrs. H. Nelson)
FRIDAY:
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Men's Prayer Service - 8:00 p. m.
FOUND ... A Cure For Leprosy!
Jesus Christ the
yesterday, and today, and for
ever." Jesus is still the great phy
sician—We believe in praying for
the sick according to James 5:14!
LEON H. AYERS. Pastor
Libby, Montana
Hebrews 13:8.
same
ST. MARY'S CHURCH
Troy
Mass will be held in Troy from
October to May at 9:30 a. m.
on the 2nd and 4th Saturday
the month.
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
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The Skeleton Walks
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JANUARY 29 and 30
AT 8:00 O'CLOCK P. M.
JUNIOR HIGH AUDITORIUM
TICKETS — 35c & 50c
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$
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MAI;
BANK BY MAIL . .
Enjoy the convenience
our bonk offers you . . .
Moke your regular de
posits by mail. Simple,
expedient, safe.
The Rrst State Bank of Libby
SAVE AT THIS BANK
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NIMBII YllIRtl DtrOllf INlUltNCI CORPORATION,
TREGO COMMUNITY CHURCH
Sunday School „L.
Worship Service ...
10:30 a. m
.. 11:30 a. m.
HAROLD ERICKSON
CHURCH OF GOD
Sunday:
II a. m. Morning worship.
10 a. m. Sunday school. Classes
tor all ages.
7 p. m. Young People's meeting.
8 p. m. Evening worship.
Wednesday;
2:00 p. m. - Prayer Meeting
Everyone welcome to our services,
REV. B. H. APPLEGATE,
Sunday: _
*• m - Worship
10:30 a. m. - Sunday School
Thursday: , ,
2:30 p. m. - Woman s Society of
Christian Service Mrs. Earl
Drury and Mrs. Ralph Drury,
hostesses.
Sunday:
9:45 a m - - Sunday School
IP00 a - m. - Worship
Wednesday;
8:15-11:45 a. m.
Classes.
2:00 p. m. - Senior W. S. C. S.
„ meets with Mrs. Buck
7:15 p. m. - Youth Fellowship
"Fun Night."
TROY METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Wm. C. Stearns, Pastor
LIBBY METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Wm. C. Steams. Paster
Released Time
Friday:
8:00 p. m. - Junior W. S. C. a.
meets with Mrs. Chapman,
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH
The subject for the lesson next
Sunday, February 1, is "Love."
Service is at 11:00 a. m.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
James Davidson, Pastor
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Sunday:
Sunday School - 9:45 a. m.
Worship Services - 11:00 a. m.
Evening Services - 8:00 p. m.
,Westminster Fellowship - 5 p. m.
Wednesday;
Release Time - 8:45 a. m. to 11:45
SUNDAY:
a. m.
"A Sunday well spent brings a
Go to church
week of content. __ .
anc j notice the difference.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD - TROY
(Services in Moose Hall)
Sunday School - 9:45 a. m,
Morning Worship
Evangelistic Service - 7:30 p. m.
WEDNESDAY:
Prayer Meeting - 7:30 p. m.
(In Pastor's Home)
GRACE BADDER, Pastor
11:00 a. m.
FORTUNE COMMUNITY CHURCB
Sunday School, 10:30 a. m.; Wor
ship Service, 11:30 a. m.; Jr. Young
People, 7:45 p. m.: Evangelism
Meeting, 8:15 p. m.; Wednesday
Prayer Meeting, 8:00 p. m.
ARVID ERICKSON. Jr.. Pastot
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Eureka, Montana
Sunday:
10:00 a. m. Sunday School.
11:00 a. m. Family Worship.
6:30 p. m. Voting People.
8:00 p. m. Bible Study.
Wednesday:
8:00 p. m. - Prayer Meeting
F. L. Lewno, Pastor
of
SI. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Masses every Sunday, 8.00
10:00 a. m.
Confessions Saturday «venin» 8 *
f ; 30 to &30.
Baptisms by appointment
Hohy Days of Obligation Masses
it 7:15 and 8:00.
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ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHU»*'"
(Missouri Synod) - .
Church Calendar Jan. 29-Feb. 4
Friday > ' : .
3 00-4 00 & 7;00-8:00 p. m. - An
nouncemenU for Communion.
4dX) D. m. - Confirmation Instruc
lions
- Adult Membership
8:00 p. m.
Class.
Sunday:
9:45 a. m.
Sunday School _
10:00 a. m. - Adult Bible Class ith
11:00 a. m. - Divine Service with
Holy Communion
m. - Confirmation Instruc
tions. „
. 8:00 p. m. - Church Council
7:30*p. m. - Sunday School Teach
- Children's Service and
ers.
Wednesday:
8:45-11:45 a. m.
Classes ,
8:00 p. m. - Choir Rehearsal.
Arthur O. Werfelmsnn, Pastor
. Release-Time
MARGERY HUNTER ON
STAFF OF YEARBOOK
Missoula—Darrell R- (Bill) Mar- )
by, has been appointed co-copy
editor of the State University Year
book, The Sentinel, for the re
remainder of the school year. Miss (
Hunter is a sophomore in the jour-j
nalism school. The Sentinel w
be issued late in the spring and j
activities of the 194(
will cover
school year.
STRYKER
all
Sunshiny weather nearly
week with the thermometer reac %
ing 45 above Thursday has lowered
the snow to about a foot in depth.
But 15 below Monday morning as
this is written.
Colds are prevalent among the
neighbors, with Junior White and
James Shaw on the sick list this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas White and
family and Postmaster Julius Berg
attended a pinochle party at the^
home of Art Berg in Trego Satur
day evening.
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2 Unions Block Labor Peace—Refuse Wage Boost
Already Accepted by IB Other Railroad Unions!
The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi
neers, Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire
men and Enginemen and the Switchmen's
Union of North America, representing
125,000 railroad employes, have refused
to accept the offer of the Railroads of a
wage increase of 15)4 cents an hour.
This is the same increase awarded
1,000,000 non-operating employes by
arbitration board in September, 1947.
This is the same increase accepted by
175,000 conductors, trainmen and switch
men by agreement on November 14, 1947.
Agreements have been made with
1,175,000 employes, represented by nine
teen unions. But these three unions, rep
resenting only 125,000 men, are trying to
get more. They are demanding also many
working rules not embraced in the
settlement with the conductors and train
What Now?
The Unions having refused to arbitrate,
the Railway Labor Act provides for the
appointment of a fact-finding board by
the President.
The railroads feel it is due shippers,
passengers, employes, stockholders, and
the general public to know that through
out these negotiations and in mediation,
they have not only exerted every effort to
reach a fair and reasonable settlement,
but they have also met every requirement
of the Railway Labor Act respecting the
negotiation, mediation, and arbitration of
labor disputes.
It seems unthinkable that these three unions,
representing less than 10 per cent of railroad
employes, and those among the highest paid,
ran successfully maintain the threat of a par
alyzing strike against (he interest of the en
tire country—and against 90 per cent of their
fellow employes.
The threat of a strike cannot justify grant
ing more favorable conditions to 125,006 em
ployes than have already been put hi effect
for 1,175.000, nor will it alter the opposition
of the railroads to unwarranted wage in
creases or to changes in working rules which
are not justified.
A glance at the hoi shows what employe.)
represented by the
make. They are am
the ranks of labor la
the highest.
an
linked
new
Compare these wages with what you make!
an mom
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Incidentally, the Switchmen's Union of
North America represents only about 7%
or all railroad switchmen, the other 93%
being represented by the Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen and covered by the
Here is a comparison of
average annual earn
ings of engineers and
firemen for 1939 (pre
war) and 1947. Also
shown is what 1947
earnings would have
if the 15H cents
hour increase, of
by the railroads
and rejected by the
union leaders, had been
in effect throughout the
entire year 1947.
Railroad wages computed from Interstate Commerce
Full year 1947 estimated on basis of actual figures for first eight months.
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ENGINEER!
Road Freight.
(Local and Way)
Road Passenger.3,632
Road Freight (Through). 3,147
2,749
$6,707
6.605
6,169
4,539
$3,966
settlement with that union.
Strike Threat
The leaders of these three unions spread a
strike ballot while negotiations were still
in progress. This is not a secret vote but is
taken by union leaders and votes are
signed by the employes in the presence
of union representatives.
When direct negotiations failed, the
leaders of these three unions refused to
join the railroads in asking the National
Mediation Board to attempt to settle the
dispute, but the Board took jurisdiction
at the request of the carriers and has been
earnestly attempting since November 24,
1947, to bring about a settlement. The
Board on January 15, 1948, announced
its inability to reach a mediation settle
ment. The leaders of the unions rejected
the request of the Mediation Board to
arbitrate. The railroads accepted.
7ry,
4,664
4,081
Yard
been
HR IRREN
Road Freight • - -
(Local and Way)
per I
farad
2,738
4,683
6,266
Fh>ad Paaaenger.2.732
Road Freight (Through). 2,089
Yard.... 1,96V
6,t06
4,664.
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1*5 WEST ADAMS STREET • CHICAGO S, ILLINOIS
publishing this and other advertisements to talk with you
hand about matters which are important to everybody.
J
We arc
at first
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Parmenter Valley
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Mrs Bud Cain and Mrs. John
*uuer and daughter Joyce spent
° ne afternoon lost week with Mrs
George Rouse Sr
j^^rs. H. .B. Wallace and Mrs. Jas.
cL 5s " an holtzer attended the Fashion
»low in the Junior High Audj
I ~ r l u "? Thursday evening, Mrs. Keel
'he Home Ec. girls are to be
congratulated on their splendid
wiow. Fifty-five girls modeled
or^es skirts blouses, suits, play-
suits and formais they recently com-
Pitted.
Members of the Libby Farm
Women's Club and friends met at
die Wm. Vanderwood home Thurs
day afternoon for a farewell party
for their president, Evelyn Burrell.
The afternoon was spent playing
games. At four o'clock, a delicious
lunch of jello, whipped cream, cake
and c offee, furnished by the mem
v Harry Roedel took his wife to
Kalisoell Wednesday for medical
treatment.
Laurence Roedel was absent from,
s?hool a few days last week on
account of sicknes.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Nordtome and
daughter were business visitors in
Kalispell Saturday.
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MOST MOTHERS DO THIS
If Baby
HdsACold
IT BEDTIME rub
throat, chest, back
with VapoRub. Re
lief-bringing action
starts instantly...
est-known home remedy
you can use to relieve
distress of children's colds Is
comforting Vicks VapoRub.
Even while you rub it on,
VapoRub starts to work to
case distress... and it keeps
on working during the night.
No wonder most mothers
always do
this when a
cold strikes.
hoiks roi HOURS
while child sleeps
to relieve coughs,
muscular soreness
and tightness.
B
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bers. was enjoyed by all. Mrs.-Bur-1
rell was presented with a beautiful
chenille bedspread.
The Burrell family plan to leave
for Junction City, Ore., as soon
as they receive their permit from
the Oregon Highway Department,
Mr. and Mrs. James Shanholtzer
and Peggy attended the dance spon
sored by the Music Club.
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• Perch Paint
• Leemulsion
• Tonax conditioner
• Vapo-Spray
• Germozone
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FOR RODENT CONTROL
try our Wilgrow Mouse and Rat Killer
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Phone 60W - Daily Deliveries of Feed & Grain
Robertson Feed Store
t^r..nD d Mr*. Dick Smith and
spent Saturday with Mrs.
Wallace.
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|H. B.
Mrs. James Shanholtzer was a
brief caller at James Mahoney's Sat
urday.
Word has been received that Mrs.
Earl Buckingham has been on the
sick list again. Her many friends
wish her a speedy recovery.

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