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Boxen Again Show „e.Ue âstâîs teen bouts, the results of which follow. Bonners Ferry did not have enough different weight groups to have a complete card with them so Oliver Decker brought live boys down from Libby to com pete with the other Troy boys. Even though Libby does not have a regular boxing team the boys from there did very well. It is hoped they will have a team or ganized to compete with the Troy boys in the near future. The bouts which were scheduled with Noxon for this coming Saturday have been postoned until April 10 due to the condition of the roads. Don't for get to turn out for another good card Saturday, April 10th when Noxon will bring over a full team. Results of the bouts are as fol lows: Bonners Ferry: 65 lbs. Wayne Cooley decisioned Allen LeFebvre; 72 lbs Bill Moly- i neaux, decision Don McDonald 80 lbs. Ken French lost to Jim Soit 1 80 lbs. Wayne Wallace (Draw) Dar rell Hoagland; 70 lbs. Sam Chimenti ; (Draw) Roy Hodgson; 80 lbs Bob Fisher decisioned Ralph McDonald-! 112 lbs. Paul Nelson lost to Jerrv McGraw; 135 lbs. Neil Lindsey los't to Lee Mahler; 140 lbs. Rudy Larson lost to Neil Worsham. Honor Mrs. Osborn Mrs Floyd Osborn received letter from the Screen Unters sociation asking her to join their organization. Since this invitation is extended after careful culling of the writers, this was a great honor to the young writer. r- . ■- . .. . . . Mrs, Osborn is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Dailey and a member of the Cabinet Grange. Troy. • Bouts with Libby; ^^8 lbs. Buck Hand decisioned Bob Volkenand; 155 lbs Dale Rice decision Bob Pleat; 160 lbs. Jim Price (Draw') George Whifefielri 135 lbs. Ray Anderson (Draw) Lloyd Uoe; m lbs. Herb Coffman deci sioned Herb Cope ■p. c .. Dr. Seifert of Libby addressed a fair sized crowd at the High school auditorium on Monday even mg. Cancer Detection and Control, was his subject. Pictures were' shown and explained. At the close of the lecture Doctor Seifert an swered questions from the audience, m. ,. A . . , result of 0n the°s n p nL - f br r0 ak d uo' S it making it d&iîSî for schooi buses to operate. The Bull Lake bus hit been covering only part of its route, and a horse drawn vehicle is being used for part of the Lake Creek route. The Junior class play, "The Groom Said No." will be presented in the high school auditorium Fri Dr. Seifert Lectures School News day, April 9. The Senior class started practice this week on a three-act farce en titled "Too Many Relatives." All members of the class have parts in the play. It will be staged the last of April or early in May. Baseball practice w'ill get under way next week, weather ting. Three trustees are to be elected at the annual election Saturday, April 3. Balloting will be in the home economics room of the school building, from 1:30 till 7:30 p. m. Candidates for trustees are; Walter Zimmerman, permit Glen Maddux, and Warren Wallace to succeed them selves for the 3-year, 2-year, and 1-year terms. Also running are Roger Kensler for the I-year term, and Ray Lindsey for the 3-year term. Going Out Like a Lamb? On March 29 Troy and v'icinity experienced the first electric storm of the season. I H The skies gradually grew darker and darker until lights were necessary in the home. Then the ôminous rumble of thunder startled many. The storm while not .intense lasted about a half hour. Rain and in some parts of the com munity hail fell. After a heavy Shower of rain it cleared. During the night about an inch of snow fell on the soft ground. Snow con tinues to wrap the hills in a new white mantle, and to the lowland ers the wind sweeping down from the peaks brings anything but mild weather. Even' the most pessimistic of us feel encouraged when we see "the flowers beginning their growing" . and see the buttercups in bloom. Woman's Society The Woman's Society of the Troy Methodist Church held a successful baked goods and apron sale on Sat urday. A timely project is theirs— the refinishing of the interior of the kindergarten rooms in the Sun day School room. This work has been going on for some time and has reached the point where gress can readily be noted. Girl Scouting pro Girl Scouting in Troy received an added impetus when the lead ers Mrs. Hansen and Mrs. Joy re turned from Great Falls where they attended a school for leaders C ,i roop , committee meeting was neld at the Hansen home on Thurs day evening and many matters discussed. The were . ln .„ , . n . ew organization lor 1948 has as chairman Mrs. Leon Laffoon. Other members are Mrs Hodges and Mrs. McDougall Mr Baeth and Mr. Thomas. Plans for summer discussed. camp for the troop were Departing from the estblished »ö »SOT» Z r inue j i? ÎI ies of , lecturcs Sunday and Monday evemngs ' Tr „„ ri T ? y Cleaners T As ®? on as conditions permit hnnHin^^'L T t, ake _ over the w U ' c ldl ?, g owned by Mrs Butts and S n i n B ff ÛW ,!" ( a î7 d a d V ci 2 anm S .unit there. While only 19 bs wd l be done here, the , er 'y" 1 1)6 sen t out and returned from there - „ _ - ,7 "1 There - s ' 9 ar Laffoon left Friday e Y e for J Seattle where she will v ù slt ., r ; and Mrs. Giddens. Later J visit her dau ghter, Mrs. i r £ d Nle dman. • »*° n f ralu , 29 are in order for 1 Mrs j Laffoon. She received mis week that her twenty f °uth grandchild has arrived. Mr. 2 nd Fred Giddens (Edith Laf 10 , of Scattle are the happy par en » , ir „ ' . rs - Walter Morrison and Don îl ie ? nd Sue s P ent the week in x/ lngto '?- ,, „ f M V and Mrs. Roy Maness and 1 c were dinner guests at the' T 2, bagen home Sunday. Mr. and Koger Kenslor were also pres- : in m,. _ n . M v j , ,*■ 2 nd M' s - Earns were hosts in Saturday was Daffodil Day for a the girls of the troop when thev As-(sold a thousand of the flowers to adorn the town homes on Esater _ Worship None of the Troy Churches held , ; a sunrise service, each at its own regular time held the Easter ser ; vice, , T. W 22 d ^. Ea ^r. Mr - and Mrs. Charles Higgm« pa » r ®" tS ^° f 2 y 2 ung • fu" r? f ^ h i* T of . ish s P° nt Easter at ^t SOn born 2' j T ,. s - üert Thomas and daughters, j Jackie and Gwen returned Tues j day from a visit to Spokane. ! Lairy Bellow's and Bob Sanders went to Spokane Sunday, return ing Tuesday with new motorcycles ! Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Page went last week to Spokane. went Jack Sagen is spending his va-' cation in Olympia. Wash. | Fred Glass who spent the winter months in the south .returned Tues ! day. Mrs. A. V. Dunkle, a former res ident, but naw of Boise TH»hn SP Mr J r ° y laSt weck -' vaSiomnc n ' r, Fewkes after home rTpotk California returned return thev wern^f Pn ° r t0 t j leir when Mr ^Fewkes recefved 0 ^" 1 injuries * received minor i were Martin Firril m i *??*» wee ^ Anlu Sagen ' Ray D ° lan and -— ■ _ _ ms are ; e r f d 2 y° ung son - ivirs.^ Chailes Linn und two child-! j J I (Continued from Pago 3) j Bob Rhodes returned Saturday mm a week's visit w;th his parents in Kalispell. parenis , vo D 22 n ^, 1 . bee is vis iting his father, ' W. C. Albee of Eureka. He has i be »* 1 em Pf°. ved in Colombia, S. A. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peltier spent 1 Thursday in Kalispell. A beautiful scenic picture is on display at the Eureka Drug Store Mikesel] nting W3S done by Wllliar, i Jim Withycombe returned to his studies in Corvallis, Ore., after a Eureka News o weeks visit w'ith his Eureka. Frank Rambosek is visiting his bosek* 5 ' 3nd ^ ,S ' August Ram En V tb bas taken rooms at the Crowley apartments where he will maintain his office w " r f . a , nd Mrs. Simon Raul of Whitefish were visitors at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Paul on Easter. * ^Baptist Church has rebuilt their heatmg system which makes of life SET 1 111 parents in We Too Must Comply WITH STRICT REGULATIONS ESTABLISHED BY THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF MONTANA, OUR CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATIONS MUST MEET THE REQUIREMENTS THE NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE AND STANDARDS SCRIBED BY THE BUREAU OF STANDARDS OF THE _ PARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND THE CONSTRUCTION CODE OF THE STATE OF MONTANA. OF PRE DE ADEQUATE AND PROPERLY PROTECTED WIRING OF HOMES MEAN GOOD SERVICE AND ASSURANCE OF PROTECTION TO THE HOME OWNER. ALL WIRING THAT IS TO BE SERVICED OR CONNECTED TO THE MONTANA LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY SYSTEM IS SUBJECT TO INSPECTION REGARDLESS OF LOCATION WHETHER IN TROY OR OUT SIDE THE CITY LIMITS AS PROVIDED BY THE RULES AND PUBLIC SERVICE LAWS OF MONTANA, AND WILL BE EN FORCED FOR ALL WIRING INSTALLATIONS. MONTANA LIGHT & POWER COMPANY TROY, MONTANA ~ y oat Xhoyteiilve Electrical Service" NEWS. Laurie Riley spent Sunday skiing at Whitefish. y g Mrs. Tom Price, Jr., and little left for Spokane Monday of this week to visit Mr. Price who is working there. Mrs. Donald Fonger and little daughter left Tuesday of this week for Seattle where she plans to join her husband who is employed at the Boeings Aircraft niant Thev Plan to make their hon^e m Seattfe The Navy Recruihng oS ssrjr Æ SSSSTJZSJSftS. Buhmiller is planning to build a S Kei, c h an : " ura guests at the Tom Price, Sr., home. Mr and Mrs. Homer Garrison a 9 d family were dinner guests at the Burgess Drake home on Easter Sunday. 2f d Mr f' Cle 9, Torre y were Kalispell visitqrs Sunday. They by their daugh ' ter - Barbara Mason, Fred Anderson was a Kalispell visitor Friday. He was accompan led , by Claude Hearn. The Episcopal Guild met in the basement of the Church on Friday, March 26. Mrs. Laura Sweet returned last week from several weeks visit at Backus. Minn, Otis Cook had the misfortune to receive serious foot injuries last week working in the woods near Warland. He was taken to Spo kane for treatment. .Mr and Mrs. Jack Stevens were Kalispell visitors on Saturday of last week. Mrs. Bob McAllister returned home this weekend from the White flsh hospital with their new daugh Claudia Diane. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riebe of Libby spent part of last week visit S a t the home of Mrs. Riebe's parents Mr and Mrs. Floyd Frost. The baseball season has started ■ ■■ n | and is being practiced every Sun | day afternoon at the LCHS Athletic field, Pell. ' ° n DUS, P® 8S Saturday. He was ac cor 9P a ,9 ie d by Mrs. Burr Alverson , a nd Mrs. Claude Hearn, An '^asion of three birthdays I was celebrated at the Jim Reins ranch on Easter Sunday. The birth - £ ays bein S Mrs. Reins, and the Jack I Stevens twins. An Easter egg hunt ' P^ ac ^ after which a delicious i dinner was enjoyed, ■ MrS - Clara Stevens of Spokane m th T e l ? ome of Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Stevens. ' Mr - and Mrs. H. Granger enter thdr home on Easter - Their dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs * M ar mel Kautzman and Mr and Mrs> John Peterson. I Mr - and Mrs. Wayne Marshal sr 9 pt Thursday visiting in Kalis .. r, Tbey wcre accompanied by Mrs. Ray Curtis. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brock of Rex fard were dinner guests at the Mer lin Scott home Easter Sunday. Fred Anderson was in Kalispell on business Saturday. He was ac j Mrs. Robert Eskildson and David were Whitefish callers Tuesday of this week. Little Miss Anita Stevens cele- i bra i ed .. her .fifth birthday Monday I with five little friends invited to < P i h 27 Ga mcs were played af- : te 7 which a lljnch , of ice cream and cake was enjoyed. Gcrtrude McCatron of New' Meadow's stopped in Eureka en r °ute from Chicago where her fath er ' Eant ' Jewell who has been visit *"8 a ' the Frank Thomas home for l be P as t month joined her to re-1 turn to their home. Word has been son on c . , , received from j Spokane of the death of William Schagel who has been confined to : the hospital for the past three I weeks. Funeral arrangements are not known at this writing. Mr. anw Mrs. Vic Wolf and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall James of For tine, were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the George Ramlow home. Mrs. Ethel Long was entertained at the Lewis Fetterly home on East er Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Klinke were entertained,at the James Evey home Wednesday evening. Miss Virginia Roe is spending her Easter vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Roe. UTRRY MONTANA . V etera 9 s Administration regional l »/r^2 sbin ^f on ' Oregon, î. da i°j a 2 d Montana have again ap peaIe<J to ^j ter f n . ". students, job trainces and training establish m £ nts t0 " ot,fy the VA Promptly whenever a veteran discontinues. SssS'*sjss'& -äss •» £ 3# iest u n ' iay result in overpayments sssnJsruSfsrs : u §r '" mv« V A urged vAtnm„ 7 t, . and institution to Ä'Ä ately the VA regional office hwhf state whenever ^ decision is m=Hn to faternipt or discomfnue fr- iïïïïîf Advance notice to the VA is ore' ferable, but in any event such "«tire should be made ' Because many deceased veterans have neglected to do this since lease from the service, numeious widows have ' been left in the lu rch" when they attempted to col lect insurance payments actually in tended for them, the VA explained. Legal blanks for changing beneficiaries to The Vet's Mail Bag VA REQUESTS VET COOPERATION ... . as soon as possible after termination of train ing. VETS ADVISED* TO NAME INSURANCE BENEFICIARIES Pacific Northwest veterans with G. I. Insurance now in force are urged by the Veterans Admin stra tion to make certain desired names of beneficiaries are on record with the VA. re naming a veteran United States Government Life In surance or National Service Life In surance are available in all Vn of fices or may be obtained by writing the nearest VA office. Veterans are advised to check their insurance certificates or other eorresp ndc-ime from the or when filling cut the forms in ortlcr to avoid error. QUESTION OF THE WEEK Q. I dropped my G. Î. insurance ■ when I was discharged from me i naw. Is it possible lor me to get it ' back? ^ I A. Yes. Until July 31, 1948, vet erans may reinstate lapsed G. T term insurance by filling out a simple, three-question form avail able at any VA office, and paying two monthly premiums—one • the month of lapse and one for the current month. Usually, no physical examination will be required to determine insurability. for re ^FACING AH ÉMtR6€NCY?VETÏpW INSURED UNDER A CONVERTED NSLI POLICY MAY APPLY FORA LOAN ON THE POLICY AFTER IT BEEN IN EFFECT ONE YEAR. PFgpff \ i MICH V ETEttANa ' admin istration .m«. For correct Information contact roar nearest ! e-T wvt s -V VX •>; < A Ocïî j. V -0% > r* :< »è % ; t ■4 .< V 4 17 •fei« m Em mt , t P??' "" i -q X Now Is The Time To Plan and Build Your Dream House It's time to dust off your "castles in the air" and start making plans for your real home—the one you've always wanted. This coming summer promises to be the biggest building year the country has known, and it might be easier to build now than at a later date, so don't put off the plans for your DREAM HOUSE and let us help you plan it—that's our business. We now have on hand exceptionally good stocks of Cement, Plaster, Wall board and all other building materials. J. NEILS LUMBER CO. EMERGENCY RADIO ^^ p MC ATI ONS NETWORK BEING FORMED Billings, — (U.R) — The Montana Civil Air Patrol is forming an em ergency radio communications net work, which will be available w-herever and whenever needed," according to Lt. Col. Richard Kullberg of the CAP. The emergency network will op erate on both army air force and amateur frequencies, radio telephone and said. using both Kullberg coe, The organization is making special effort to enlist amateurs the C.AP. Kullberg said that ham stations can be licensed to operate on AAF frequencies and still main tain their amateur status and in no way interefer with the carrying of their ham radio hobby. communications network, which has already been extended on The DAIRY & POULTRY NEEDS Range Pellets, 20 percent & 40 percent ALSO OTHER DAIRY FEEDS Egg Mash, 18 percent and 20 Chick Starter and Grow Mash GROUND FEEDS OATS - BARLEY AND PIG FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW STOCK SALT IN SACKS OR BLOCKS OYSTER SHELLS AND OTHER POULTRY NEEDS J. A. Courtright and Stuart Risley CARGILL FEEDS ™ ™°* E 258-W-l; 258-W-2; 258-W-3 OK CALL at farm 1 mile South of City Limits -PRICES, CASH percent Better Tasting Bread Better Quality Bread • • • You eat bread two or three times a day—every day. You want bread that tastes good and is good for you LIBBY MAID BREAD is made with milk, eggs and butter, mixed with the finest flours and baked in a modern oven to give you the best possible bread at lowest prices. Buy It Here Or Ask For It At Your Grocers more Libby Bakery Thursday, April 1, 1948 into 20 Montana towns and cities is under direction of 1st Lt. Bill C. Roper, operator of amateur Station W7DPK at Cut Bank. BLOOM HOME SCENE OF OLD FASHIONED HOUSE PARTY Mrs. Leslie Bloom, Mrs. Fay Tish er and Mrs. Claude Bloom hostesses to about 35 people at a good old-fashioned house party Sat urday night at the home of Claude Bloom. Bingo and pinochle were played until midnight when were prizes were awarded to Mrs. Norman Risley and Dobbie Fuller for high scores. Fern Tisher and Morris Ahrenkiel re ceiving the consolation prizes. The traveling prize was won by Mrs. Ove Larson. Lunch was served after which musical chairs and dancing were enjoyed by all until wee hours of the morning.