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Thursday. April 1, 1948
41 Students on
School Honor Roll
Listed on the honor roll for the
first six weeks of the Spring
semester of 1947-48 at Libby High
are 41 students of which there are
10 Seniors, 9 Juniors, 12 Sopho
mores and 10 Freshmen.
The grade index is figured on
the basis of 3 points for A, 2 points
for B, 1 point for C, 0 points for
D or F.
Gillespie, Ardyce (Soph.) .
Hutton, Adeline (Sr.) .
Myhr, Carol (Fr.) .
Palmer, Valerie (Fr.) .
Rawlings, Barbara (Fr.) .
Ronning, Anna (Sr.) .
Teske, Myrtle (Fr.) .
Applegate, Phyllis (Fr.) .
Erhard, Georgiana (Sr.) .
Harris, Leone (Soph.) .
Maurer, Mary (Jr.) .
Benedetti, Dorothy (Soph.)
Baurer, Shijrley (Jr.) .
Brennan, Lyla '.(Soi*.) .
Church, Hélen (Sr.) .
Kessel, Patricia (Soph.) .
Larsen, Joan (Soph.) .
Pederson, Robert (Sr.) .
Rolseth, Albert (Sr.) .
Rubard, Phyllis (Soph.). .2.50
Teske, Ilene (Soph.) .
Atkins, Dorothy (Fr.) .
Bellmore, Phyllis (Jr.) .
Damon, Peggy (Jr.)
Fritz, Leola (Soph.) .
Harris, Mary (Jr.) .
McCrory, Sheila (Soph.) .
Pederson. Patricia (Soph.)
Talsma, Wallace (Fr.) .
Tisher, Fern (Sr.) .
Adamson, Donna (Jr.) .
Basham, Darrell (Soph.)
Bitterman, Eileen (Fr.) .,
Church, Catherine (Jr.) ..
Hiatt, Jackie (Sr.) .
Morey, Helen (Sr.) .
Rawlings, Peggy (Sr.)
Rice, Barbara (Fr.)
Rolseth, Thelma (Jr.) ....
Thompson, Joyce, (Jr.) .
Volkenand, Patsy (Fr.)
Catherine Church and Shirley
Bauer each carry 5 subject s.
PLANS COMPLETED FOR
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The regular meeting of the Lead
er's Club was held at the home of
Mrs. O. L. Gillespie last Friday af
ternoon.
Plans were completed for the
raffle of the quilt, on which all
Girl Scouts and Brownies will sell
chances at 25 cents each. A prize
is to be awarded to the girl in each
group who sells the most tickets.
The date of the drawing has been
set for Saturday, April 10, at 3
p. m., at a public place to be an
nounced later. However, it will not
be necessary for the winner to be
present to receive this quilt, which
will be on display for a few days
in the windows of the Gamble store.
Other business included a report
on the selling of greeting cards by
the Brownies and Girl Scouts, and
the Girl Scouts, as still another
money
camp expenses next summer.
The Brownies are on their
financially now since the proceeds
of the Silver Tea given at Court
of Awards was divided, and have
met all of their obligations.
The Brownie leaders exchanged
ideas and planned their meetings
for next month.
After the hostess had served a
lovely dessert and coffee, the raf
fle tickets were completed and dis
tributed.
It was decided to invite all the
Brownie patrols to the monthly Girl
Scout meeting at the New Central
auditorium. This month the Honey
suckle Patrol is in charge of the
entertainment.
own
Mrs. Kraft was introduced and
welcomed as a new member.
The Girl Scout leaders discussed
plans for getting under way on the
nation-wide Girl Scout project of
"Clothes for Friendship." The aim
of which is "To Make Warm Friends
Fill a Clothing Kit Now."
an important project as applied to
the year's theme of "Girl Scout
United by Ideals of Resourceful
ness, Service and International
Friendship."
The Buttercup and Honeysuckle
Patrols will work together on in
fant's layette and the Lily of the
Valley and The Bluebird Patrols
on a kit for a youngster 1 to 3
years old.
The national friendship goal is
100,000 clothing kits to be sent to
destitute children in Europe.
This is
Top Qualify Garden and Field
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Mlsco Grains And Feeds Of All Kinds
Chop Feed
Ground Barley
Ground Oats
Ground Wheat
Straw—:—Salt
Oyster Shell
Bine Tag Laying Mash
Em-Em O. Dual Purpose
Dairy Feed
Hog Feed
Growing Maah
Starting Mash
Grits—:—Bone Meal
Phone 60W - Daily Deliveries of Feed & Grain
Robertson Feed Store
Rifle Club Notes and
Scores of The Teams
Following are the rifle scores for
March 16.17, 19, and 22:
Lincoln's Inn vs. Libby Motors:
Lincoln's Inn
DeShazer, R.
DeShazer. O. .
Cannon, W.
Carroll, E.
Dutton, R.
OH
Pr.
Tot.
27
112
85
70
165
95
78
88
166
42
91
133
135
40
95
711
Libby Motors
Polette, T.
Klinke. P. V.
Stordock, H.
Nichols, A. ...
Wood, G .
OH
Pr.
Tot,
.79
95
174
73
164
91
55
149
94
.87
92
179
30
77
107
773
V. F. W. No. 1 vs. Saw Mill Union:
OH Pr. Tot
V. F. F. No. 1
Whitefield
Fjeseth .
Flesher ..
Archer .
Adamson
52
59
111
20
78
98
40
90
136
37
25
62
42
61
103
510
Saw Mill Union
Decker .
Conn, C.
Horn .
Godfrey .
Hugill .
OH
Pr.
Tot.
.86
93
179
79
98
177
53
94
147
.57
95
152
57
95
152
807
Lincoln's Inn vs. V. F. W. No. 2:
Lincoln's Inn
Polette, T.
Dutton, H.
DeShazer, R. .
Hollandsworth, T. . 27
Carroll. E.
OH Pr. Tot.
73
99
172
41
87
128
57
89
146
75
102
53
85
138
686
No. 2 V. F. W. OH
Whalen
Brannon
Cole
O'Bryan
Friend
Pr.
Tot.
31
81
112
50
86
136
.46
88
134
47
77
124
32
18
50
556
Saw Mill Union vs. Western News:
OH Pr. Tot.
. 69 89 158
77 95 172
.47 92 139
Godfrey, G .60 96 156
Horn, J.52 91 143
S. M. U.
Decker, C.
Conn, C.
Hugill, B.
768
OH.
Western News
Heise. C.
Carroll, E.
Zingleman. E.
Stanley, E.
Minde, A.
Pr. Tot.
86 135
49
50
92
142
.72
92 164
93 147
95 143
54
48
731
WILL TAKE OVER YAAK
RANGER DISTRICT
Ranger Russell Cloninger arrived
on Monday from the Flathead Na
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over the Yaak Ranger District.
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Truck and car seats re
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THE
Fisher River News

Mrs. Lillian Miller. Maniçke
school teacher, left last Thursday
visited
for Spokane, where she
with her daughter.
Ice cream and cake was served
to the Manicke school children and
of the mothers and friends.
Guests were Mrs. Bill Kenelty. Mrs.
Hubert Beebe, Mrs. Donald Lloyd.
Mrs. Wayne Wilson, Mrs. Ernest
Davis, Mrs. Ethel Shelley, Mrs.
Garth Kenelty, Mr. Ira Miller and
Mrs. Harry E. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilson en
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The 4-months-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Davis has the 3-day
measles.
The Poker party was held last
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attending were Jerry Buell, Ben
Baenen, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Way
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