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THE CHURCHES
ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
(Church Calendar May 27-June 2
Friday:
4:00 p. m.—Confirmation Instruc
tions.
Sunday:
9:45 a. m.—Children's Service
and Sunday School.
10:00 a. m.—Adult Bible Class.
11:00 a. m. - Divine Worship Ser
vice.
Monday:
7:30 p. m. - Walther League
Tuesday:
7:30 p. m. - Sunday School Teach
ers.
Wednesday:
8:00 p. m. — Choir Rehearsal.
ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT —
Vacation Bible School June 14-28,
9:15-12:00 Noon. All children
welcome to attend, ages 4-14.
Arth ur Q. Werfehpann, Pa stor
FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH
The morning Worship ■hext' Sun
. day. Memorial Day, will begin at
11:00 a. m. Sermon, "Remember the
Former Things." Isa. 46:9-13.
The Church School will begin at
9:0 a. m. This will be the last
session of the Church School until
after the summer vacation of the
public school. All pupils should be
present to turn in their books. Va
cation Bible School will begin July
The Bible Camp at Flathead Lake
will begin on July 12 and continue
for one week.
Camp this year.
are
Plan now to attend
There are many
new features and facilities which
you will want to enjoy.
Remember the Senior Ladies' Aid
Food Sale, Saturday of this week.
H. C. HJORTHOLM. Pastor
I
OLD FASHIONED PREACHING
of God's Word and old fashioned
conviction have been the key-notes
of the special services with Evan
gelist and Mrs. McCULLOUGH, as
we launch into the third week of
meetings.
SUDDEN DEATH, the topic of
last Sunday night's message. Evan
gelist Johnny McCullough based up
on the verse of scripture found in
Hebrews 9:27, which reads: " . . .
it is appointed unto men once to die,
but after this the judgment."
AS HE SPOKE, the audience was
caused to realize that though he him
self was a young man, the evan
gelist knew what he was talking a
bout when he brought picture after
picture, vivid and pungent with the
truth of God's Word, to the minds
and hearts of his listeners. God
continues to move and still makes
Himself real, through Jesus, to that
life and heart who will open the
door and invite Him to come in.
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Sunday School - 9:45 a. m.
Family Worship - ll:ûü a. m.
Children's Church - 11:00 a. m.
C. A. Service - 7:00 p. m.
Evangelistic - 8:00 p. m.
WEDNESDAY:
Kindergarten Program - 1 ;30 p. m.
THURSDAY:
Women's Missionary Council - 2:00
p. m.
Annual Church Business Meeting,
June 9, 8:00 p. m.
LEON H. AYERS, Pastor
Libby, Montana.
LIBBY METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Wm. C. Stearns, Pastor
Sunday:
9:45 a. m. - Sunday School
11:00 a. m. - Worship
Wednesday;
2:00 p. m. Senior W.S.C.S. meets
with Mrs. Elmer Stanley.
7:00 p. m. - Methodist Youth Fel
lowship.
Friday:
8:00 p. m. - Junior W. S. C. S.
meets with Mrs. Orlo Johnson.
TROY METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Wm. C. Stearns, Pastor
Sunday:
9:00 a. m. - Worship
Thursday: .
2:30 p. m. - Woman's Society of
Christian Service, Mrs. George
Strom and Mrs. Grover Smith,
hostesses.
NOTICE OF SALE OF
REAL PROPERTY
No. 1023
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
OF THE STATE OF MONTANA,
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
OF LINCOLN
In the Matter of the Estate of
GEORGE BICCUM, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that under
the authority of an order of the
above entitled Court dated the 12th
day of March, 1948, the undersigned
administrator of the estate of George
Biccum, deceased, will sell at private
sale subject to confirmation by the
Court, the following described real
property situate in Lincoln County,
Montana: TT ~ o xt ah
That portion of H. E. S. No. 433,
in Section Three (3), Township
Thirty-five (35) North of Range
Thirty-two (32) West, M. M.,
particularly described as fol
lows: Commencing at the South
east comer of H.E.S. No. 433,
thence north 836 feet; thence
west 209 feet; thence south 83b
feet; thence east 209 feet to a
point of beginning, containing
four (4) acres, more or less.
The sale will be made on or after
the 5th day of June, 1948, and offers
or bids will be received by the ad
ministrator at the law office of
Smith McNeill in Libby, Montana.
Terms of sale are as follows; Twenty
cent (20%) at time of accept
of bid; balance upon confirma
of sale by the Court.
Dated May 14,1948.
H. B. WALLACE
Administrator Estate of George
Biccum, Deceased.
(3t - May 20-27 - June 3)
per
a nee
tion
P ARMENTER VALLET
Beautiful Glenwood of the Streams
Mildred plans to enter the hospital
May 30 to undergo a major opera
tion.
Mrs. H. B. Wallace left on the
afternoon train Monday for Stock
ton, Calif., to spend a month with
her daughter Mildred and family.
Mrs. George Rouse Sr. is slowly
improving; unable to walk alone,
but gets around in her wheel chair.
Mrs. Redfield and Mrs. Thomp
son called at Shanholtzers Tuesday
evening. They presented Mrs. Shan
holtzer with a lovely bouquet from
the Libby Garden Club.
Everyone in the community is
happy that the water is slowly
going down. For a few days, it
seemed as if a more severe flood
threatened than last fall
Mrs. Shanholtzer is able to be up
and around at home after a month's
illness.
Jimmy Sullivan called at Shan
holtzers Saturday, bringing a love
ly potted plant
Mrs. Dorrington, Byron Rouse
and Mrs. R. Tallmadge called at
Shanholtzers Saturday evening.
Joyce Schikora was recently em
ployed at Shanholtzers.
GIVE BRIDAL SHOWER
FOR MISS JOYCE BLAIR
Mrs. Bob Becker and Mrs. W.
Becker were hostesses Monday even
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mac Petrusha at a bridal shower
given in honor of Miss Joyce Blair
of Glasgow, whose marriage to Mr.
Darryl Petrusha is expected to take
place early this coming summer.
A very pleasant evening was en
joyed by the guests and the bride
to-be was the recipient of many
eon wqs served during the evening.
TREGO COMMUNITY CHURCH
Sunday School .. 10:30 a. m
11:30 a. m
HAROLD ERICKSON
Worship Service
CHURCH OF GOD
Sunday:
11 a. m. Morning worship.
10 a. m. Sunday school. Classes
for 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,
.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Eureka, Montana
Sunday:
10:00 a. m, Sunday School
11:00 a. m. Family Worship.
6:30 p. m. Young People.
8:00 p. m. Bible Study.
Wednesday:
8:00 p. m. - Prayer Meeting
F. L. Lewno. Pastor
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 .of
toe month.
FORTINE COMMUNITY CHURCH
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. ra.; Wednesda»
Prayer Meeting, 8:00 p. m.
ARVID ERICKSON, Jr.. Pasto.
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
every
0:00 a. m.
Confessions Saturday evenings.
1:30 to 8:30.
Baptisms by appointment.
Holy Days of Obligation Masses
at 7:15 and 8:00.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Sunday Services:
Sunday School .
Morning Worship ....
C. A. Service .
Evening Service - 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday;
Release Time - 9:00
Cottage prayer meetings - 2:00 p.
m.
Re v. O. W, OLSON. Pas tor
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
James Davidson, Pastor
Sunday School - 9:45 a. m.
Worship Service - 11 a. m.
Westminisly Fellowship - 5 p. m.
EUREKA
10:00 a. m.
11:00 a. m.
7:00 p. m.
11:00 a. m.
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An Experience
That Was Thrilling
By Charles D. Rowe
necessary to tell the
It isn't
American people today that they
have the best country on the face
of the earth. Most of them realize
that. Most of them are proud that
they are citizens of this great na
tion. They know that it excels in
almost every category.
Nevertheless it is well to call at
tention. now and then, to some of
the many advantages we enjoy in
this favored land—lest we forget.
A bit of such new' information came
to me Friday night as I listened to
the very able address of Dr. George
A. Selke, chancellor of the Greater
Montana University, before
graduating class of the Libby high
school. Near the beginning of his
address. Dr. Selke stated that more
young people would be graduated
this year from the high schools of
this country than there would be
in all other nations combined.
the
Just one more indication of the
many, many advantages and oppor
tunities this glorious nation is ex
tending to its fortunate citizens.
And what a wonderful thing this
is—this providing so many thous
ands of our young people with the
beginnings of an education; to hold
forth to the young people of the
United States, rich and poor alike,
the opportunity for an elementary
and high school education, thereby
equipping them to meet the many
difficult'problems of life with much
greater chances of success.
The address by Chancellor Selke
was a remarkable one. It contained
all the elements to make it interest
ing, informative and inspirational.
There was humor, mixed with much
sound advice, with a slight touch of
pathos. The Chancellor is a natural
orator and held the closest atten
tion of the audience that filled to
capacity the school auditorium. As
he said, his address was confined
largely to stressing the value of
high ideals, for what is more im
portant as a basis for strong
character, asked he. than the right
kind of ideals. Chancellor Seiko's
address was unquestionably one of
the best commencement addresses
ever given in Libby.
I am glad to admit that I got a
most pleasant thrill as I watched
that class of fine young people
reach and pass one of the most im
portant milestones in the journey
they will take through life. It was
a charming sight to watch those
lovely young girls and stalwart,
handsome young men, so scholarly
appearing in their'caps and gowns.
To watch them and then to realize
that they are the products of oar
homes and of our schools is cause
NOTICE OF CLOSING OF
REGISTRATION BOOKS FOB THE
PRIMARY NOMINATING ELEC
TION, TO BE HELD JULY 20, 1948.
Notice is hereby given that the
registration books for the several
precincts in Lincoln County, Mon
tana. will be open at the County
Clerk's office on legal days between
the hours of 9:00 o'clock a. m. and
5:00 o'clock p. m., up to and includ
ing June 4, 1948, for the purpose of
registering for the Primary Nomi
nating Election to be held July 20,
1948.
REGISTRATION BOOKS FOR
THE PRIMARY NOMINATING
ELECTION CLOSE FRIDAY,
JUNE 4. 1948.
Electors may register for the en
suing election by appearing before j
the County Clerk at his office, or
by appearing before a deputy regis
trar. or before any Notary Public
Justice of the Peace in the man
ner provided by law.
If you failed to vote at the last
General Election or voted an ab
sent voters ballot, you must re
register.
BE SURE THAT YOU ARE
REGISTERED.
or
G. C. EARLE,
County Clerk and Ex-Officio
Registrar of Lincoln County,
Montana.
(2t - May 27 - June 3)
a filing of encouragement and
pride. Of coure, no one contends
they are perfect. None of us are; far
from it. But one must indeed be
blind who could not realize that
there, in that graduating class was
fine maierial for useful and happy
lives. The foundation is there Those
young people have health and
ability. They have been given the
first part of their educational train
ing. It is now up to them whether or
not those young lives that today
carry so much promise attain unto
that happy and worthwhile success
we all so ardently wish for them
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Mnthimr ic , , . ..
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the only law of success -Mirabeau
_____ wnraoeau.
' I ^'° million American youth will
be 21 years old this year, says a cir
cular issued by the National Edu
cation Association. They will be
come full-fledged, voting citizens of
this .great country. Informed and
inspired this army of new voters
and ene host of newly naturalized
citizens will greatly strengthen our
American democracy.
Young people, prepared for their
responsibilities and impressed with
the significance of their status, are
our hope for a better country and
a better world, the circular says.
They are what this country—and
the world—really needs.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this opportunity
to express our heartfelt apprecia
tion for the kindnesses extended to
us in the loss of our father, Frank
Bryant, as well as for the many
lovely floral tributes.
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Bryant
NEWT CUTLER EDITOR
OF UNIVERSITY SHEET
Newt Cutler has been appointed
1948-49 Editor of the Idaho Argo
naut, school paper for of the Uni
versity of Idaho, published at Mos
cow.
CLUTCH ASSEMBLY
The clutch enables the operator
to connect or disconnect at will the
engine and the mechanism used for
transmitting the motive power to
the driving wheels. The clutch is
disengaged when one desires to
stop the vehicle without stopping
the engine, or when it is necessary
to change the ratio of the gear in
the transmission. Of the many
forms of clutches that have been
used three have been used more
than any others. A spring or
springs are employed to keep the
clutch engaged with the fly-wheel
when it is not held out of engage
ment by the operator.
Sufficient spring pressure is pro
vided so that the friction between
the driving and driven discs sur
faces will transmit the full power
of the engine without slipping. Fail
ure of your clutch to operate pro
perly means disaster and some times
death to one or more humans—to
shift gears and change speeds quick
ly and efficiently your clutch must
be 100 per cent correct. Your lo
cal garage and service station man
can keep your clutch just that way
—have your clutch checked regul-1
arly.—CLACK'S SERVICE, L. J. \
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TROY YOUTHS COMPLETE
BASIC TRAINING
Private Kenneth Cummings and
Private James Grandon have recent
*>' competed a basic training pro
gram in Company E of the 12th
Regiment. 4th Infantry Division,
P° rt Ord. Calif., and are on orders
for further duty in Corps Engineers
Pacific.
Both >' oun K , men have L received
a ratln P of Marksman with the M-l
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Grandon. who attended North
Hollywood High school and whose
parents reside in Troy, played on
the company baseball team.
CummiU .Iso of Troy, ..tended
® onners Ferry , H .' 1 ? h „ a . nd playcd 0n
co ni p an y football team,
JUNIOR W.S.C.S. MEETING
The Junior W.S.C.S. of the Meth
odist Chi
Mrs. For
h met at the home of
t L. DeRosia Thursday
ing. May 80. Mrs. Glenn Leckr
led devotional». After the
even
rone
business meeting Rev. W. C. Stearns
Î isoussed the topic "Prayers of the
arly Church." a study of Great
Prayers of the Bible. Seventeen
members and two guests were pres
ent.
The meeting June 4 will be at
the home of Mrs. Orlo Johnson.
MISS CAIRNS CANDIDATE
FOR AN ASSOCIATE IN ARTS
Dr. and Mrs. James M. Cairns,
left last week for Columbia, Mo.,
where they planned to attend the
graduation of their daughter, Miss
Patricia. May 25.
Miss Cairns is a candidate for an
Associate In Arts degree, from
Stephens College there.
Following the conferring of spec
ial honors at the Awards Convoca
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|fion Monday mdrnlng, a picnic
luncheon was served to 5,000 per
sons on the college campus. That
evening fathers and brothers of
students were entertained at an old
Missouri Barbecue, with men facul
ty members as hosts. The mothers
of students were entertained at a
fashion show for that evening.
FIRST LUTHERAN JUNIOR
LADIES' AID MET THÜRS.
The Junior La>es, Aid of the First
Lutheran Church met at the Ted
Kessel home on Mineral Ave. last
Thursday evening. Mrs. Ted Kessel
was the hostess. A dicussàon based
on the parable of the Tares and
the Wheat was presented ky Mrs.
Karl Knud sen and Mrs. Don Rob
erts. Two sohgs by Misa Ruth Han
son, accompanied by Mrs. Don Rob
erts and the two little songs by
Sandra Granger were very much
enjoyed.
After the bus»
was served b*
visitors were i
Sandra, Mrs. Ed Olson, Mrs. Harlow
Stordock, and Mrs! Ruth Hanson.
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