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LOCAL NEWS HEMS
The Senior Ladies' Aid of the! First Lutheran Church met at the home of Mrs. Geo. Corbett last Thursday afternoon. The program consisted of two readings, one by. Mrs. Clarence Fletcher and one by Mrs. Hjortholm. An added feature was the presenting of a birthday gift to the hostess. Mrs. Geo. Cor bett. The members of the Aid had discovered that she was being hos tess to the Aid on her birthday. Af ter the business meeting a delicious lunch was served by the hostess. The visitors were, Mrs. Ted Kessel, Mrs. Ole Rolseth, Mrs. Halver Raf dal, Mrs. Lloyd Corbett and her two children. Mrs. Greip. Mrs. Hal Nel son, and Mrs. Gus Delzer. —V. F. W. Meetings the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at the ClU p b - , H m H' th 1 h Pastor and Mrs. Hjortholm drove to Kalispell last Monday to attend a get-to-gether by the pastors of the Intermountain Circuit of the 5S. »Ä tÄU«!« in Harbor Grace, about 60 miles from St. John, the largest city in New Foundland. The LCR of the First Lutheran Church met at the church last Sun day afternoon. The member of the LDR sponsoring this meeting was Anna Ronning. After a program in the church the children played games in the social room of the church. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Troy visitors in Libby Saturday were Mrs. R. W. Rubier, Mrs. Harry Higgins, of the Marshall-Wells Store, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Roth. Mr. Roth put in some time bowling. —Lumber and Sawmill Workers Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month Mrs. Lucille Robinson of Troy w r as a Libby visitor last Thursday. Master Sergeant Henry "Dave!' Davis has been assigned to the Kal ispcll Army and Air Forces Re cruiting Station located in the Post Office building. Sgt. Davis reported to this station from the air material | proving ground located at Elgin j Field. Fla. I Mrs. E- J. Dricar and Mrs. Bol- II linger left Tuesday for Missoula where they will attend the cancer training school in preparation for the drive for Lincoln county. P. V. Kitley spent the first of the week in Spokane taking medical | treatment. Mrs. William Baeth returned Fri day evening from Missoula w'here she spent the past two weeks with her father, W. E. Wilkinson, who underwent a major operation there. The Forestry office reports an abnormal number of job applica tions being received for this time of year. Many of the applications are from men in the mid-west and east, some of whom W'ere employed here previously. A1 Flint spent last week with the Fire Board of Review' study- j ing the Falls-Millcreek fire near j Shiloh, Ida. j Russell Baeth w r as a business visitor from Troy Monday. Charles Hashke and Maynard Carlson were Troy visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simurdak were business visitors in Spokane Friday. Mr. and Mr. Lyle Austin and two sons and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nichols of Kalispell visited at the Ted Ackerman and George Earle homes Sunday. Mrs. Austin is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dor rington, who are visiting at the home of another daughter. Mrs. Ackerman. Russel Diest returned Saturday from Los Vegas where he piloted Kalispell passengers on Fri some day. Miss Fayetta Tisher and Miss Mary Lou Role spent the weekend at the homes of their parents. The ladies returned to their young _ , studies at Eastern Washington Col lege in Cheney on Sunday. \l y The Topaz and Ruby • Topaz is most commonly yellow, but not all is of this color, for when subjected to great heat it can be turned ' ' will have pink. In fact, you no difficulty in matching a topaz with your favorite dress _for it is found in an almost endless variety of color. • The ruby when fine and large, is one of the most val uable of all stones of its size. The very name "RUBY" from Latin RUBEUS "red" and the Greek designation anthrax 'a indicates its fiery livecoal . color, a vivid red which some times indeed has a tinge of purple or of pale rose red. • One of the largest rubies ever found was discovered a few years ago in one of the Burmese mines. It has the al together exceptional weight of 42 carats. Coming to light as it did just about the close of World War I, it was named the 'PEACE RUBY." 'Jewelry of Distinction 1 WELCH'S Jewelry & Gift Shop Mrs. George Smith left Sunday i for Renton, Wash., to visit Mr. and ! Mrs. Robert Nicoali and family. Miss Easter Richards, who has been visiting her cousin. Mrs. A. E. Blackwell, left for Duluth on Sun day to make her home. Mrs. Lewis Schikora and daugh- ter. Lillian, were in Kalispell three days on business. —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. Velma and Donald Wooldrige of Kalispell are visiting with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schikora and family. They are also visiting her grandparents. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Schikora. Mary Lou Role was home from Eastern Wash. College, Cheney, to l P u d the WeekCnd With her Par ' ents. Alvin Dunham's parents of Great Falls are visiting here mis week. Mr. Dunham took his mother to ass" here another week. A. J. Agather returned Sunday from two weeks spent in San Fran-1 cisco, and other Coast cities. He attended the Western Pine Associa «on's «ronventiM.while gone. Mis. Bud Feenan of Troy was m town shopping Tuesday. jSj W YOU CAN SAVE MONEY ON REAL ESTATE Tell us what We will This special service is free to you. you want, where, when, price and terms, try to save you time and money, through our 48 year old Coast to Coast service in all types of Real Estate. List your Farm & Business through your nearest Strout Real Estate Office. JOHN F. BOWEN, local Strout agent RESIDENCE 66-M BOX 295 OFFICE PHONE 260 You'll Find It At Your NEIGHBORHOOD STORE $1.29 3-lb. con 1-lb. con SNOW DRIFT SNOW DRIFT Red Heart DOG FOOD ... .con 47c 17c (Beef, Fish & Cheese flavor.) 8c Puss & Boots CAT FOOD .. .con COME IN AND BUY YOUR EASTER CANDIES NOW WHILE WE HAVE AN ASSORTMENT SOUTH LIBBY PURITY STORE Sutatisel We Wish To Announce The Opening Of Libby, Montana Saturday Morning March 6th A. N. €r D. Huffman, Proprietors Warren Thompson and Cla^ Bitterman arrived on the bus ru ^ day morning for a six clay wi n their respective homes. * beTe return to San Dic f g0 f d °T Me m they will be transferred to jn nhts. Tenn., for fur „TheCirc"^' B members of the p rC sbvterian Church are having a 0 od sale at Jaqueth's store March 13 Coffee and cake will be ser ^ed . ,j 2 * 2c G uv Brock is doing the field as sess.ng^Jr thc Rexford vicinity this vear His name was unintention £i v om iVted from the list given last week • 1 Leland Sturm and his son-in-law. Gerald Bennett of San Francisco, £®ifed over the weekend at the home of Mr. Sturm's brother, Mr. ^ Mrs Max Sturm. Anoto brother, Irvin and wife of Seattle, v j s ited here Friday en route to Pol son and Kalispell- „ J M Oliver Phillips was called Q f Circle bv the death of her f at her A E LaRowe, which oc curred^^that morning. Mr. LaRowe h wa „ ; n bis 90s has been ill 101 some time . Funeral services were he j d x ues< j a y, napkin was a house fsa 1Ä»ÄSÄÄ»ÄwKÄÄ » fi" Tj„; c i„r,f nn a c chairman. Mrs Hoismgton as cnarrm ExShenfT Frank R. M"**" **„ eka. was in Libby yesterday, new mg acqu The west mg for business mattery ern News om jy call from Mr. Banej. and Mrs. C O. Miss Ratekin — E. C. Thomns returned Mondav here he had spent from Spokane. « & few davs E E Jaqueth left vesterdav for Salt Lake City to attend a Chcv rolet dealers' convention M .. and Mrs G oorpe VVooci cx . ,peet to go to Spokane this weekend after their 11 * 2 months son, Phillip. ' , • ■ * p 0 ij c „ P 'vi. V T T n states th.t A if^ i '. a T . B T'Ä y ; n Lirdir and Rich ? rd m Mad J s °" arrested at 2 30 • ' ^ nig.ituatchman John Smith foi speeding. The young Brindtv* $ ■ b> ' JudgC _ n ■ l v ud Beagle and toughler. Kaien of Ural, visited c£2r ^». rs ' ® T ' a &' ^. ( P "f o s f J and Mis, J. R, P < L-i by. * • ' ■ ; , • 1 l! s f r , T' bv after soéndme Uv ' c' , tl a ^ ,ru " ... M . . , Kalispell this* week^helmnc' i w ,, n " ~ „ kan \' J n bu ^' on Wc dnesdav for a f exv davs w-ilt»»-'pVrtlnu- v r nrin-.r H >îS£ cicnä m vtsÄ5,TSi Sundav to fWnr H'Aleno th-, Sunday £ £0 -m dAIei le Ida.■ , daughter fX re urned from K *ugm FrXave venin? when? they ! had spent the week ^ ^ Ruth | Hanson were Kalispell visitors Sat " u tampon isuor; recovering in Sacred Hi art from a severe attack of winter in to business matters. ...... | 0 return Friday or Saturday urday. This Easter • • • ; • # • 1 AT PENNEÏS Easter-Pretty New Dresses in PRINTS 12.75 9 1 /A % Choose from this outstanding collection of lovely prints . . . the Bert of designs usually seen in very expensive dresses. Blaek or Navy grounds in rayon crepe. 10-20. i' 1 V Ü u 131 / li O \ 0 // X) \N, ^ '»W k Ai m V Dow trimmed shiny gtif w hats, black or col ors ... perfect with prints. / ■s ~\ <\ Wii; « . 3.98 £ Distinctive, Cynthia* shoes in smooth leather, patent or suede. Designed for gay Faster outfits! I l\l 5 . 90 - 6.90 ,_/A' /]) rlw ff I Wn. ( a J; éij % Vy vT 4ml 'V'X/Vçj : *j\ hi / 1 o ./'Orn » U . 3 ■ % ~ïTT* • V 4 '• » • *71 • H*/ sc V v! * Little Man-Tailored TODDLER COATS Matching Bonnets With TODDLER COATS Get Set For Spring GIRLS' DRESSES 7.90 9.90 5.90 2.98 and Fashion-conscious little princess coats with belted backs, embroidery, pique overcollars that de tatch for washing. Pastel solids in wool fabrics. 1-4. Cuti as a button! Double breasted styles for wee lads —in suedes, coverts, nov elty tweeds and cheeks . . . Belted backs. Blue or tan. Matching caps. 1-4 Hundreds of new spring cottons in pastel shades— charming designer prints! Lots of fresh white touches —careful details. Shop now for a big selection. 3-6x. white Pershing Gooselaw, Dale Adams, Bob Petrusha and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Frtnch skiied Tuesday on Big Mountain at Whilefish. Quality rwi TOOLS^ Vt ' ? Atkins and Disstons hand- /■ saws in 8. 10 and 11 point; Stanley planed in all sizes; Miller Falls braces; auger bits in assorted sizes; breast drills; Estwing hammers; Vaughn hammers; extension and expansion bits; steel tapes, 50 ft. and 100-ft. length; keyhole saws; hack saws; wood and aluminum levels: squares; tr-squares. SEE IS FOR YOUR PLUMBING SUPPLIES Cast iron bathtubs and lavatories. GERINGERE HARDWARE Visiting at thr home of his sister, Mrs. Earl Measner. is W E. Mcguier, manager of the Dillon Implement Company of Dillon.