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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wells and son,
Donald, left for Carroll, la.. Sun
day. They will visit Mr. and Mrs.
R. H Cieszinski and family for a
couple of weeks. Mrs. Cieszinski
is Mr. and Mrs. Wells' daughter.
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Guests at the Ray Croy home
this week are Mr. Croy s father and
mother frpm North Dakota and Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Croy. Jim and Ray
are brothers.
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Mrs. M. D. Rowland of Mason,
City, la., is visiting at the home of
Mrs. Harry Bolyard this week. Mrs.
Rowland is a former Libby
dent.
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Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Lovering
and family and Mr. and Mrs. El
mer Luedecke spent the weekend in
Kalispell where they visited rela
tives.
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Fergerson
arrived in Libby Thursday to visit
Mrs. Fergerson's aunt, Mrs. Leo S.
Welch. She accompanied them to
Many Glaciers in Glacier Park
where they spent the holidays.
—Lumber and Sawmill Worker's
Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and
4th Tuesday ©f each month.
Paul Curtis and daughter, Bar
bara of Chicago and Mrs. Will Cur
tis of Spokane arrived in Libby
Thursday to spend their vacation
a former Libby resident having at
tended grade and high school here.
Mrs. John Hench and Jackie and
Carol of Bremerton, Wash., are
spending the week visiting at the
Evan Yaple home. Mrs. Hench is
their daughter.
Miss Margaret Sleizer of Port
land spent the holidays visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sleizer.
Dick Dobroski of Grand Coulee,
Wash., stopped for a short visit this
week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Me
Clain.
—For your needs in Woodwork,
don't see others until you have
seen us.—Libby Sash and Door. 51tf
Mr. and Mrs. John Doyle and
daughters, Evelyn, Lenora, and
Dana, of Tacoma are visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd !
Smith this week.
Alton Geringer came Saturday
from Tacoma to spend a couple of
weeks vacation with Mr. and Mrs. ;
H. A. Geringer.
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Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Paulson and j
Mr. and Mrs. George Paulson spent |
a few days this week in Coeur d'
Alene and Spokane. j
Bob Jaqueth visited over the holi- j
days with-Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gon-I
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way at their summer home on Flat
head Lake. Miss Wanda Mouror,
of Missoula also a guest of the Con
•ways, returned to Libby with Mr.
Jaqueth and will spend a week visit
ing at the E. E. Jaqueth home.
Sgt. Bob Chapman and two bud
dies from Spokane spent the holi
days at the Harry Chapman home,
They visited McGregor and Leigh
Lakes.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chapman
and Edward and Marlene of Belle
ville, Ida., are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey W. Kirsch
baum this week.
Mrs. A. H. West is visiting in
Missoula for a few' days this week.
She is visiting her son and his wife,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. West.
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Kedzie of
Great Falls are visiting friends in
Libby.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen from
Blanchard, Mich., are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. David Cole this week. Mrs.
Allen are Mrs. Cole are sisters.
—Lumber and Sawmill Worker's
Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and
4th Tuesday of each month.
Mrs. Malcohm Peter and family
of California are visiting at the
home of L. J. Olson. Mr. Olson is
Mrs. Peter's father.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carlberg and
Tom Roy spent the holidays in Gla
cier Park.
Among those who attended the
Kalispell Rodeo were: Mr. and Mrs.
David Cole and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Ferris and family, Mr.
and Mrs. O. Braaten, Mr. and Mrs.
Orval Hunter and family, and Mr.
and Mrs. George Hunter and fam
ily.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ferris spent
a few days in Glacier Park this
week.
Mrs. Grace Haschke spent the
holidays in Libby. Mrs. Haschke
has been staying with a sister in
Great Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Midyett and
Jean and Bobby of Calgary are
visiting at the J. C. and Lloyd Mid
yett homes this week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Brown at
tended the rodeo Sunday at Chot
eau. They also visited Dutton,
Great Falls, Helena and Missoula
before returning home.
James Brown, Rudy Engle, Don
Darsow, Harry Green, Darrel Mc
Gee and Jerry Brinton spent the
4th in Coeur d'Alene and Spokane.
Mrs. C. E. Ulrich and Mr. and
Mrs. M. Casey and family of Great
Falls visited this week at the C. E.
Swimley home. Another guest,
Mrs. Margaret Stover of Kalispell
returned to Kalispell with them en
route home.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Homann
left Saturday for a weeks vacation
in Seattle and Edmunds, Wash.
Miss Ila Moe Whitefield came
Monday for a three week vacation
i from Spokane where she is taking
nurses training at the Sacred Heart
1 hospital,
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Miss Betty Jean Role, stewardess
i with the United Air Lines, came
i last week to spend her vacation
with her parents, Mr and Mrs A
: G, Role,
i Mr - and Mrs - Ray E. Tisher and
Guy and Don Bundrock went
Calgary, Banff, and Lake Louise this
week.
| Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pargee of Cal
| gary visited at the Edward Hewitt
and George Baeth homes over the
holidays.
Mrs. Gordon Cornell of St. Maries,
Ida., is visiting in Libby this week
Miss Betty Zingleman of Oakland,
Calif., came Saturday to visit at the
home of her brother. Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Zingleman. Miss Zingleman
leaves today for Watford City, N. D.
to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Zingleman.
— I will vote for Mr. Brindley.
David and Gale Sherman left for
the Episcopal Church Camp Mon
day. The week long camp is being
held at Elliston.
Miss Carol Kujawa and Miss Lor
. T ,
Baene - and Leif Tjelde and
er , Tir 1 ?!-^ rs Tjelde fam
ily of Williston. N. D., and Oliver
Stone of Troy spent the Fourth in
Kalispell where they attended the
Rodeo.
Rev. and Mrs. D. C. Rutherford
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clay-j
ton^ Nelson visited the Assembly of
God Camp Meeting at Hungry
Horse Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Baeth and
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Whitehouse
and family are vacationing in Port
land. Seattle, and California this
week.
Assembly of God church has been
reappointed to this charge for the
coming year by the district council
of the Assemblies of God.
Rev. D. C. Rutherford of the Troy
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Pettitt and
isons, Douglas and Steven, of Port
land came last week to visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wil
Hams. They left yesterday for their
home.
Miss Wilma McRell came this
week from Spokane where she is
in nurse's training at the Sacred
Heart hospital. She will spend three
weeks with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John McRell and friends.
Pastor arfd Mrs. Hjortholm re
turned last Saturday evening from
their trip to Kansas. Besides visif
' ing relatives and friends in Kansas
they also attended the general con
vention of the Evangelical Luth
eran Church at Minneapolis, Minn, j
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tennison and j
Mrs. John Ponikver of Great Falls
came Sunday evening to spend a
j few days visiting at the homes of
j Mr. and Mrs. John Appelgren and
I Mr. and Mrs. George Raliga.
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A Fourth of July picnic was given
by the I. Ronning, J. Finnland. J.
Minde, and Andy Pamlo families
of Libby in honor of out-of-towm
guests. Those attending the pic
nic at Horse Shoe Lake were: Bert
Granmo, Mr. and Mrs. E. Mathison
and Stephen. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Granmo and Donnie, and Miss Lil
lian Moholt of Missoula: Mr. and
Mrs. Andy Granmo and Lauren and
Diane of Kalispell; and Mr. and
Mrs. Magnai^ Ronning of Roundup.
—I will vote for Mr. Brindley.
Mr. and Mrs. Magnar Ronning
from Bozeman, were guests at the
home of Mr. Ronning 's parents, Mr. I
and Mrs. Ingvar Ronning, during
the holiday weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robertson and
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Robertson
spent the weekend at Hamilton
i with Mr. and Mrs. Art Worth.
—1 will vote for Mr. Brindley.
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Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sowers ana
daughter, Eleanor, of Crookesyille, |
O., are spending the week visiting j
with the Frank McClains. Mr. and |
Mrs. McClain and their guests spent (
i Monday in Glacier Park. |
anc j j^ rs jr m. Preston left,
j yesterday for Poison where they
^-ill visi { %vith p ay Mills this week,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Rowe,
Mrs. Susan Carleton, Miss Isabel
McGrade. Mrs. Grace Miller, and
Mr. and Mrs. Eames of Butte were
guests of the Dexter Shaurettes at
their cabin on Bull Lake over the
Fouth. Mr. and Mrs. Eames are
Mrs. Shaurette's parents. Mrs. Dex
ter Shaurette and son. Dale, re
turned to Butte with the Eames
for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Clough and
daughter Verdelle returned last
Wednesday from a month's trip
east. Verdelle stayed at Williston,
N. D., with an aunt and other rela
tives while Mr. and Mrs. Clough
went on to Minnesota and Wiscon
sin to visit with relatives and
friends. They reported a very en
joyable trip.
—V. F. W. Meetings the 1st and 3rd
Wednesday oi each < month at the
club.
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Lincoln County, Montana
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Donald Wagner of Kalispell spent
a f ew c ) a y S last week visiting at
the d ay Parker home.
Clay Parker flew to Kalispell on
business Saturday.
anc j Nlrs. Raymond Tarbert
and sons, Raymond and Benny of
Wilbur, Wash., came Friday to visit
over the holiday weekend with Mrs.
Tarberfs parents, Mr. and Mrs L.
Johnson.
Cassius Duncan, Sr. was found
guilty of drunken driving Monday
in Justice Hepner's Court. He was
fined $50, costs of damage to the
other driver's car and given five
days in jail.
Chet Hall was tried by jury
Tuesday night before Justice F. H.
Maurer. Hall pleaded not guilty
to the charge and was acquitted by
the jury.
Sheriff J. R. Livengood was a
business visitor yesterday in Eur
eka.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Connolly of
Finley Point on Flathead Lake are
in Libby on a vacation. They ex
pressed surprise at the great a
mount of building that is under
way in and around Libby.
Mrs. M. R. Peters and three child
ren. Patricia. Donald and Juddy
San Francisco, came Friday for
month's visit at the home of Mrs.
i Peter's father. L. J. Olson. Mrs.
Peters expects to be joined by
husband. Capt. Peters of the Madi
j son Steamship Co., as soon as
;s able to leave his ship at San
: Francisco. The Captain was a pris
! loner to the Japenese from January
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Mr. and Mrs. \\m, Heise spent
the Fourth in Spokane. They also
j stopped over in Newport where they
visited with Mr. and Mrs James
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Sturm spent
; the weekend in Glacier and Water
ton National Parks.
family visited over the holidays with
relatives in Whitcfish.
—I will vote for Mr. Brindley.
Mr. and Mrs, L. W. Doxtater and
Ernie Roberts and family and the
Paul Thomas family enjoyed the
weekend holiday at Bull Lake
j where they combined swimming and
I fishing.
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I Mr. and Mrs. Bud Adkins and
j family returned this week from
'months vacation. They visited in
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| Dr H. H. Anderson, who returned
of j last week from attending Chiro
a ; practic conventions in Montana,
Idaho and Wyoming, was elected to
Î the board of directors of the Mon
her , tana Chiropractic Association dur
: mg the Lewistown Convention
he j which was June 15 to 20. The Wyo
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where the doctor spent a day, as he
also did at Caldwell attending the
Idaho convention. He also visited
„ friends in Weiser, Ida., and cared
f or business matters in Spokane be
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— I will vote for Mr. Brindley.
Mrs. H L. Anson of Great Falls,
j relief manager for the Western Un
ion, has been here for the past two
| weeks in charge of the local office
; while Mrs. Theo Graham was en
■ joying her annual vacation.
Theo Graham left Monday for
Frazee, Minn., where he is visiting
'relatives this week.
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John McRell was taken to the hos
p;tal in Kalispell Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Delzer visit
i ed over the Fourth with the Gus
Delzer and John Ledum families.
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Mrs. Westby is Don

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