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REXFORD Mrs. Harry Butts returned last -week from a visit at her parent s Ihome in Kevin. Lucian Becquart spent a short va cation at his home here, from his duties at Browning, as G. N. oper -ator. „ , Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kujawa and .children of Libby, were weekend •guests at the Thomas Handley home. J. J, Nellis of Great Falls is visit ing at the Lloyd DePràtU home. Mrs. Fred Hafher returned to her "home in SpokÄft? Friday.' after a visit with her'"sister, MiSs Madge Melvin. 5 ■ " Mr. and Mrs. Chas Kins of White fish, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kins and ■children of Warland, and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Kiris and baby of Libby were weekend callers at the H. C. Anderson, and Mrs. Ida Bec quart homes. ( Fred Clark of Kalispell was a business caller here, Monday. _ Mrs. Wm. Good visited relatives in Libby a few days this week. A pamphlet edited by the Forest Service on Sustained Yield is avail able at the Rexford Branch Library. Mrs. Agnes Fewkes returned home from Missoula last week, where she had consulted doctors in regard to her health. Dan O'Brien of Bonners Ferry, Ida., is visiting his sister, Mrs. Agnes Fewkes. „ , Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hall of Eagle Lake, Minn., are visiting at the Guy Brock home. Mrs. Hall cousin of Mrs. Brock. is a FIRST LUTHERAN SENIOR LADIES' AID MET The Senior Ladies' Aid of the First Lutheran Church met with Mrs. Melvin Paulson at her home last Thursday afternoon. The pro gram centered around the subject, "Faith," and was presented by Mrs. Hans Westman and Mrs. Hjortholm. Creamed chicken and biscuits, filled cookies and doughnuts and coffee were served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. Guests other than the members of the Aid, were Mrs. 'A. M. McCully, Mrs. John Rubard, Mrs. A. E. Blackwell, Mrs. Joe Kujawa, Mrs. E. Welten, Mrs. Pete Ramlo, Mrs. Joe Becker, and Mrs. Sam Auger., _ BLUE BELL BROWNIES TAKE NEW MEMBERS The regular meeting of the Blue Bell' Brownie Scout was called to order by President Ruth Sleizer, Tuesday, April 20, at the home of Mrs. Tinker. Secretary Delores Davidson called the roll and Treasurer Dixie Lee Smith collected and checked the nickles. Birdie Beasley, Marlene Wilson, Dorothy Riffany and Annabelle Knipwrath transferred from Mrs. Bob Hileman's troop into our troop and were welcomed by all. For our Handicraft, gifts for our mothers for Mother's Day and later played outdoor games and took come pictures. We are planning a picnic for Sat urday, May 1, celebrating "Juliette Lou Day," founder of the Brownie Scouts. — Sherrill Lee Anderson, Scribe. MISS ANITA BAETH IS HOSTESS ON BIRTHDAY Miss Anita Baeth was hostess at a dessert luncheon at the Surprise Cafe last Thursday when she had a table of schoolmates join her in celebration of her eleventh birth day. _ , MR. AND MRS. ROMO LOSE INFANT CHILD The infant son born Saturday, April 24, to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Romo of Bainville, passed away Monday evening, April 26 in the Good Samaritan Hospital at Willis ton, N. D. Mrs. Forest L. DeRosia left Mon day on No. 28 for Williston, to be with her daughter,' Mrs. Romo, who according to last reports, is doing as well as could be expected. we made ASPHALT SHINGLES $3.30 PER BUNDLE AT GAMBLES In the local Gamble Store's ad last week, the price per bundle for asphalt shingles accidentally read $5.30. This was an error. The price is onl y $3.30. EPISCOPAL GUILD HOLDS PARTY IN MOOSE HALL The ladies of the Episcopal Guild held a card party Friday afternon at the Moose Hall. A nice profit was made which will go to charities. High prize was won by Mrs. Lloyd Burpee; Mrs. Don Hargreaves woh 2'd prize. Mrs. Verna Wilson of McGinnis Meadows won low prize; Mrs. W. J. Harris received the traveling prize, and Mrs. George Smith th e door prize. _ TO PRESENT PROGRAM The first and second grades of New Central will present an all musical program in the New Central Auditorium, on Wednesday, May 5, at 2:00 p. m. All the parents and public are invited. The program is under the direction of Mrs. Clay Parker and Miss Carol Johnson, and it will be a recital of rhythm work taught during the year. SPEED LIMIT RAISED ON HIGHWAYS NOI^ Patrolman R. W. Riddle advises that the speed -limits have been raised effective as of now. A limit of 55 miles per hour at night is in effect, with the limit of daytime driving being that of reason and prudence. All posted zones will remain as posted. The 50 mile per hour signs j have been removed and will be re placed with 55 miles per hour as soon as possible. BOWLERS RETURN FROM BUTTE TOURNAMENT i The Libby Motors sponsored team which went to Butte last week end to enter the Montana State Bowling tournament, returned home without placing, but the team did themselves fair by only missing placement by 40 pins, with a score of 2602. A feather in their cap was gained by the men though when they beat the Mint team of Great Falls, last year's champs, by about 200 pins. "But," said one member, "there were only two of last year's men on the Mint team"_ SELLS STOCK IN LINCOLN GRILL TO THE ANDERSONS Mrs. Dora Rodgers Stephenson has sold her interest in the Lin coln Grill Cafe to Walter Anderson and his daughter. Miss Patsy, new lessees. The Lincoln Grill has been oper ated by Mrs. Stephenson the past six months, and she has been as sisted by Susie Speed and Patsy Anderson. Health conditions make it neces sary for Mrs. Stephenson to discon tinue working. She plans on tak ing an advised vacation and getting some rest. The new owners took over Mon day. Mrs. Speed will continue in the employment, assisted by Miss Anderson, who will still serve the homelike meals for which the Grill is well known. £a.ôy U/aâ/ietâ Trade in your old washer on a New Easy Spin Dry. NO WRINGER NEEDED See Them At The Standard Motors PHONE NO. 144 LIBBY, MONT. NOTICE A meeting of the Democratic precinct committee men and committeewomen of Lincoln County will be held in the Community Room of the Court House in Libby at 8 o'clock p. m. May 11, 1948, for the purpose of electing two delegates and two alternate delegates to a state convention of the Democratic Party to be held in Helena on May 18, 1948. Election of officers for the coming year. ALL DEMOCRATS WELCOME WILLIAM J. ANDERSON Chairman, Lincoln County Democratic Central Committee Homeguard Roofing • No Finer Roofing For Your Money • Make This Investment In Better Living rff) 55 j m lO 3-tab ASPHALT SHINGLES ASPHALT SHINGLES Jade Gr. color. Bdl Standard Hexagon Gr., Red Blue. Bdl. • Extra weight giveeaadded protectlon-longer wear Heavier than Government spécification*. More roof protec tion than ordinary jhingle*. Lotting beauty—non fade. 2 bdls. cover 100 Sq. Ft. 4.10 330 Authorized Dealer Libby, Montana STRYKER Word came to Stryker recently that Billie Roedel has re-enlisted. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Roedel lived in Kalispell but lately stored their furniture and moved to California. Carl Rudolph from Eureka was a weekend guest at the Thomas White home. Mr. and Mrs. Beatty from Radnor were visitors in town Saturday. Postmaster Julius Berg hauled the first load of lumber Wednesday for Mr. and Mrs. Wilson's new house. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ellis were shoppers in Eureka Wednesday. O. K. Iverson's new cabin is near ing completion. George Allen, Sr., returned back to work as second trick operator Friday after an extended vacation in Phoenix, Ariz., and points west Jas. Shaw finished roofing their cabin Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carpenter moved to Whitefish Thursday af ter spending the winter here. Jim relieved George Allen, Sr., at the depot. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Shaw were shoppers in Eureka Monday. Postmaster Julius Berg and Paul Crum, Sr., were callers in Eureka Sunda y between trains. _ Speeding was the direct cause of 9,400 deaths and 260,000 injuries in 1947 traffic in the United States. POWER AND TRANSMISSION A wide variety of metals is used in the various component parts of the automobile. Members sub jected to greatest stress are in the power-transmitting train, such as connecting rods, propeller shafts and rear axle shafts. In some ve hicles. it is necessary that some of these members have over 200,000 pounds per square inch elastic limit and 250.000 pounds per square inch tensile strength. Most of the parts .of an automobile or truck made of steel have, as their primary fun ction,, resistance to distortion under load and ability to transmit con siderable power without failure. Grey cast or malleable iron is used for castings of intricate and complicated shapes. Cast iron is used for cylinder blocks because of its resistance to wear and low fric tion. in certain places where shock is en countered, to insure against abrupt failure. Your local garage and service station man, by means of special training—proper equipment and rec ommended parts can take care of all your car troubles, and all dif ficulties in any part of your cars operation, including the repairing, welding, or replacing of metal part 8 and fittings.—CLACK'S SERVICE, L. J. BROWN, Prop. Malleable castings are "used (Pd. Adv.) MANY THANKS FOLKS! I wish to thank the folks who patronized my place of business while I was opera ting the LINCOLN GRILL the past six months. I know you will find the same service and wholesome foods when you go in to "eat" with the new owners, WAL TER ANDERSON and PATSY with Suzie Speed still assist ing. DORA ROGERS STEPHENSON ' / ... & & V n°i 5 i I9H O i y • iM|o E KEEP OUR PRICES f.T \i 0 T f 9 *S5ö! Friday and Saturday, April 30 -- May 1 Royal Guest COFFEE 48c pound Whole Bean—Ground on Order Hash Browned Potatoes Broadctut : May 1 9 1948 1 teaspoon sell few greins pepper 1 cup Pet Milk 2 tablespoons finely cut persley 26c TOMATO JUICE 46 ounce Hunts 3 tablespoons hot shortening 4 cups finely diced, cooked potatoes *4 cup finely cut onion RIPE OLIVES 29c 7 ounce Wyandotte—Large it) Put shortening into skillet. Add pota toes and onion. Coole slowly 15 min utes, turning as mixture browns. Add remaining ingredients; cook slowly 10 minutes longer, or until mixture thick ens. Serve hot. Makes 4 servings. SWEET PICKLES C. H. B. POTATO CHIPS Nalleys . IVORY SOAP No. 10 Size . GRAPE NUTS Î7c 12 ounce 25c You Will Need: large PET MILK 39c 2 for 2 cans for 29 c I9c pkg Breakfast Cereal BIRDSEYE FROZEN PEAS.pkg. 31c » s BOLYARD'S BETTER MEATS WEINERS Armour's Star - Pound COD FISH Salted - Package. 5 ! i PORK STEAK Pound . SALT PORK Pound . 49c 49c 59c 49c BOLYARD'S GROCERY AND MARKET eta 40 It Pay* To Compare Phone 105 Free Delivery K h ST©L IINTR QUALITY AT LOWER PRICES I ROM COAST TO COASI Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Schuck of Eureka were Libby visitors Wed nesday. ' Mo that 5 Pay (Jive < TLoureti . . . Flowers with their beauty and fragrance bring to her something of the fullness of love that's in your heart . . . Some of the wonderful things that you somehow can't put into words. ORDER EARLY boss '<rl A » LIBBY FLORAL MISS Don't IT! P.T.A. Apron-Overall OLD-FASHIONED DANCE Moose Hall, May 1st - 9 o'clock Fritz Maurer's Floor Show - 10 o'clock Prizes for best waltzers and other features ADMISSION 50c PER PERSON — $1.00 PER COUPLE MUSIC BY Fred Vignolli's Orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Homann Pfalispell visitors over the were weekend.