OCR Interpretation


The Western news. [volume] (Libby, Mont.) 1933-current, July 08, 1948, Image 6

Image and text provided by Montana Historical Society; Helena, MT

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn82006551/1948-07-08/ed-1/seq-6/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for PAGE SIX

TROY NEWS
Nine by Score of 6 to 1
The box score:
Troy
ÎL Anderson, 3b ... 5
Kuwahara, rf, If. . 4
Collins, ss ...
Winslow, c
Both, cf .
Moore, 2b .
Norton, rf .
Kensler, If . 3
H. Lindsey, p-lb . 4
Smith, lb •.....
N. Lindsey, p .
•Miller .
Totals .
Creston
Armstrong, If .
S. Tilford, rf .
Boffey, 2b .
Humble, lb .4
Rota, c
Ostindorf, cf
Archambault, 3b .5
Bakkin. ss
Tedford, p
Totals
* Hit for N. Lindsey in 9th.
Neil Lindsey went in to pitch
in the sixth and shut Creston out
for the remainder of the game.
After the game the team and
wives and friends enjoyed a picnic
at Throop's Lake. Swimming and
boating was followed with a very
much enjoyed supper.
H E
AB R
0
"
0
0
1
1
0
1
4
1
el
0
3
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
.4
1
0
1
I
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
I
0
0
0
,2
0
0
0
1
0
36
1
4
R
H E
AB
2
0
0
5
4
1
4
2
4
1
I
1
0
0
2
.. , _, _ , ,
•Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pamenter I
left Saturday for a vacation to be j
spent m Great' Falls. Lewistown.
and other nearby points. j
Mr. and Mrs. John Hurd and Mrs. |
Hurd's sister from Great Falls left
this week for Portland and other
coast cities. They expect to be
gone a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reidlinger and
family are attending Seventh Day
Adventist camn meeting in Living
ston. Mrs. Eddie Cripe is also at
tending.
Mrs. Theresa Sullivan and son
John arrived Sundav from Okla
homa. They will visit while in Troy
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alva
Lee Anderson. Mrs. Sullivan is
Mrs. Anderson's mother.
0
2
1
0
0
5
1
0
0
1
0
4
1
5
1
1
0
6 12
45
4
Here and There
Mrs. Cora Thornton who has been j
living in California for the past
winter returned home this week.
—1 will vote for Mr. Brindley.
Last week Mrs. Fullmore was
agréeably surprised to have as
her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Chenery of Kalamazoo, Mich. Mrs.
Chenery is Mrs. Fullmore's niece
wljom she has not seen for many
years. They spent two days.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lien ahd fam-1
ily of Portland spent the Fourth
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl |
Laffoon.
Bleanor Whitfield is «Denying a
tew days with hex friend, Evelyn
Schafer at Leonia. - -
Edan Koch spent the' weekend at
the Wm. Purcell home in Sookane.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGlock
lin of Spokane spent the holidays
with her mother, Mrs. Rollin Page.
camp
Seeley Lake this week include three
Troy boys, Bob Laffoon, Alan Hod
ges and Donald Johnston. They
drove over with Mr. Hodges who
returned to school in Missoula.
Holiday guests at the Lou Cody
home included: Mrs. Honey Skelton,
Mrs. Helen Benson and Mr. Harvev
Schuyler all of Snokane and Dick
Pittman of Whitefish.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanders
Were business visitors to Bonner's
Ferrv on Tuesday.
Called to Coeur d'Alene, Ida., by
the illness of his father, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Nelson spent several
days there. Bud Nelson was strick
en with heart attack, but his con
dition is much improved.
Mrs. C. B. Hand returned from
Coeur d'Alene on Mondav and was
accompanied bv her daughter Marge
who has been visiting in that town
since school closed.
Walter Pearson left Saturday to
spend the balance of the summer
vacation with his mother in Spo
kane.
Mr. and Mrs. Ford Cripe and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Slee
spent the Fourth in Cal^arv. Banff,
and Lake Louise, and Glacier Na
tional Park.
Morris Camus, formerly of Troy,
snent a few davs in Trov recently.
He drove down from Alaska via
the Alcan highway. He was en
route to his home in Wenatchee.
At Spokane he was ioined by his
wife who flew out of Alaska the
Morris was six
previous week,
davs making the 2600 miles from
Fairbanks.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Doyle and
Billie passed through Trov as they
were goine to Spar Lake for a
week's fishing.
Mr, and Mi's. Harold Maddux and
family. Sonny, Carole, and Barbara
were at the Glen Maddux home
over the weekend. Bobby returned
to Whitefish with them. Visiting
there also are the Roger Maddux
children. Jeanne, Janice and Dickie
from Whitefish.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford MacDon
ald, of Lolo, soent the Fourth at
the A. E. Kessler home.
Dinner guests at the Gus Kentris
home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. M.
Holbrook and Mr. and Mrs. P. Klus
ka and daughter Stella and friend
from Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Scott and son I
of Tacoma are visiting relatives in
town and in Libby.
• Mr.' ■ and Mrs. Dick Eakins and
Mr. and Mrs. John Lindholm, Jr.,
all of Spokane are vacationing with
their parents in Trov. On Tues
day they went to Poison.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lutz, Spo
kane, are visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hoisin^ton.
Miss Rhoda Harrington is a guest
at the J. B. Farris home. Her home
is in Bozeman.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wallace and
family spent the Fourth in the Yaak
where they were guests at the John
McIntyre and Elmer Phillips homes.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Ohland are
i visiting at the Lee Shields home.
Mrs. Ohland and Mrs. Shields are
sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bushnel,
Minot, N. D.. are visiting relatives
here. They plan to return Friday.
Harvey Mott, Spokane, is spend
ing a few days at the Wra. Bush
nel home.
From Louisiana Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Harder are spending several days
at the A. H. McNeill home. They
came here by the southern route
and will return home by the north
erly route. They plan on seeing
Glacier National Park. With them
is a niece Miss Dorothy Barrett of
Salem, Mo. Mrs. Harder is a sister
Miss Virginia
Helena, is visiting here
of A. H. McNeills.
Smith,
also.
Mrs. Leland McNeill and Mrs.
Henry Cole spent the weekend in
Helena.
Mrs. Wheeler was hostess to sev
eral Troy friends during her vaca
tion spent at her cabin in the Yaak.
Henry Meril, Mrs. Anna Nelson and
Otto and Paul and Irene were there
Saturday. They report the fishing
excellent. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ful
ler of Los Angeles spent Sunday
as her guests.
Howard Johnson, Spokane, came
the last of the week to visit at the
John Sagen home. Monda v his wife
came down from Whitefish and to
gether they returned home on Tues
Mr. and Mrs. John Crov Coeur
d'Alene. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Good
man. Post Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Luth
er Church. Kellogg, spent the holi
days at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Johnson. Mrs Johnson and the
other woman are sisters. Mrs.
Carne Croy who has been a house
guest at the Johnson home returned
to Sandpoint. Mondav.
Mr. and Mrs. F V Koch -ind
family and Mrs, Gunderson spent
the Fourth at Kootenai Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack White have
moved into the house formerly
cupied by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Kelsey,
Mr.' Ed Anderson is moving back
to Troy from the Yaak
Mrs. ' Duffy spent the' holidays
with her son. James Duffy. She
returned to Spokane Tuesday,
Herb Coffman, Jim Price, and
Rudy Larson took in the Fourth
jof July celebration at Coeur d'
Alene.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Lee Anderson,
Ray Anderson and Billie Miller
attending to business matters in
Spokane on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank French and
family are vacationing in Garfield,
Wash.
Mrs. Marie Nelson is getting her
plans for improvement for her pro
perty on Callahan underway. Ed
Johpso n j ^n d Art,Higgins are doing
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peterson,
Mr. and Mrs. George Webb and Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Siebenforcher took
overnight trip to the Yaak where
they enjoyed fishing.
Lang Wallace was also a Yaak
visitor
oc
Wf.'iv
an
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Zimmer
man, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Lyons
and families spent Sunday and
Monday at Bull Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Slauson and fam
ily are moving to Troy to make
their home.
Jake Deitz is the new city mar
shal. This is his fourth time to act
in this capacity and he has sub
stituted many times. He reported
a very quiet Fourth "not even
argument" to quote him.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bissell and
family, and Mrs. E. E. Drury
attending the rodeo in Calgary.
an
are
ALIAS SUMMONS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
OF THE STATE OF MONTANA.
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
LINCOLN
BENJAMIN B. BROWN, also known
as BENJAMIN BERT BROWN,
Plaintiff
vs.
CLARA LEEBRICK PRESTON,
also known as CLARA L. PRES
TON; LINCOLN COUNTY, a body
corporate and legal subdivision of
the State of Montana; F. J. CAMP
BELL and G. S. WOOD, individ
ually and as co-partners doing busi
ness under the name and style of
CAMPBELL & WOOD: EDWARD
L. PRESTON, also known as E. L.
i
r
YOU*
rf

The new BAU DOME (3-p!ece
metal) 110 it eatietl to wte and
surest to seal. Fits any Maton
f 1 " jar. To teil teal
press dome—if j
&
down, jar it /Çj
sealed)
m
/Vli« J;
» •«Ml /•/
f
1
BAU ZINC
CARS ond
Rubber Ringt 4
have been favorites for genera
tion*. They teal all Maton jart. 4
Easy la utel
<
co*"*? Bo* **** OV**
•—
■8
Ute
»Atl
C
PRESTON; D. W. HENLEY, also
known as D. H. HENLEY; DUN
CAN M. McLEOD, also known as
D. M. McLEOD, whose name is
sometimes written as D. M. Mc
CLEOD or D. M. CEOD; HENRY
LINN,
LUNN; JOHN WITZEL, also known
as JOHN WETZEL or JOHN WET
ZELD; E. C. SCOTT, also known
as EDWIN C. SCOTT, and CLARA
E. SCOTT, his wife; the unknown
heirs and devisees of any and all
the above named defendants if they,
or any of them, are deceased; all
unknown owners; and all persons,
unknown, claiming or who might
claim any right, title, estate or in
terest in, or lien or encumbrance
upon, the real property described
in the Complaint, or any thereof
adverse to plaintiff's title thereto'
whether such claim or possible'
claim be present or contingent, in
cluding any claim or possible claim
of dower, inchoate or accrued,
Defendants
THE STATE OF MONTANA to
the above named defendants and
to all other persons unknown,
GREETING: You are hereby sum
moned to answer the Complaint in
this action which is filed in the of
fice of the Clerk of this Court, a
copy of which is herewith served
upon you, and to file your answer
and serve a copy thereof upon the
plaintiff's attorney within twenty
(20) days after the service of this
Summons, exclusive of the day of
service: and in case of your failure
to appear or answer, judgment will
be taken against you by default for
the relief demanded in the Com
plaint.
also known as HENRY
of
This ac , tion i? brought for the
situated °in Q Lmcnfn^p 6 l °f
tan?* dewiliri County, Mon
ae #,
? nt d q 'f d Pi l fo ,j, lows;
mLc £ f n ^ree Place r
"JSJ® «"bracing a
| i?' Township
p M noU.Vnl/? 'i M '
follow^' d f !Cnbed as
i Trc»?l g x? nm ^«S orner No -
^ CSMS No. 4099 near the
at^lta ^888 9'7 H th hW3y N °',k
«6° 16'' off f or « f th ?" n ° rth
6 16 east 26 6 feet to
„T , r corner
No. 1 of Lot 3, being a stone
monument in the ground beside
pin one inch square
and 30 inches long marking the
boundary of F. H. P. 25GD and
the boundary between the in
corporated limits of the Town
of Troy and the said USMS No.
4099, which monument is mark
ed L-3-1; thence north 66° 16'
east 125.0 feet to corner No. 2
of Lot 3, a stone monument in
the ground marked L-3-2; thence
north 21 °45' West 150.0 ft. to
an iron
.j cor
ner No. 3 of Lot 3, a stone monu
ment in the ground marked
L-3-3; thence south 66° 16' west
125.0 feet to corner No. 4 of Lot
3, a stone monument in the
ground marked L-3-4; thence
south 21°45' east 150.0 feet to
corner No. 1 of said Lot 3, said
tract containing 0.43 acres, more
or less.
Also that portion! of USMS No.
4099 described as follows: Be
ginning at a point situate north
21°45' west 150.0 feet from the
northwest corner of Block 13
of the Townsite of West Troy,
Montana, from which point the
BERT B. DAVIS
Democratic Candidate
Ÿ
fj
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Lincoln County, Montana
efficient 3 hncfn« nd irnpartiaIit y to all. Economy consistent with
cientlv executeH L^« a !? ag f ment - A Carefull -V Panned and effi
■ cut cd long range program of county road improvement.
(Circulated and paid for by Bert B. Davis).
HARTLE'S WELDING & MACHINE
SHOP
GENERAL MACHINE WORK
All Kinds
WELDING IS OUR SPECIALTY
LIBBY, MONTANA
PHONE 194
How would you like to turn
laundry over to a . . .
your
4 v
MECHANICAL WASHERWOMAN
who'd wash, rinse and spindry your
_ , clothes, "automagically"?
• Then in a jiffy you d convert the "washerwoman" into an
automagic dishwasher to wash, rinse and dry your dishes in no
time at all! 3 3
• You would like to? Then come in and see the Thor Automagic
combination washer and dishwasher, the answer to all your
launäry and dishwashing problems. Remember, no part of the
Thor that touches dishes ever touches clothes.
• A Thor Gladiron is the perfect companion for the automagic
washer It s the only ironer with a roll built like a sleeve board.
With it you can sit down and iron a shirt in AVz minutes.
• Watch for announcement of forthcoming demonstration
our office. 6
at
MONTANA LIGHT & ROWER
COMPANY
TROY, MONTANA
1/out fét oyt e i il ire £ltctxlcal Satiric*
Keep Montana Resources For Montana Industry
u
first course bears north 68° 15'
east a distance of 125.0 feet;
thence north 21°45' east 180.0
feet; thence south 68°15' west
125.0 feet; thence south 21°45'
east 180.0 feet to place of begin
ning; said tract containing 0.5165
acres, more or less; except that
portion of the last mentioned
tract conveyed by plaintiff here
in to the State of Montana for
right-of-way purposes and de
scribed in that certain Warranty
Deed dated April 23, 19^6, re
corded in Book 87 of Deeds at
page 272, in the records of Lin
coln County, Montana;
Together with all and singular the
tenements, hereditaments and
purtenances thereunto belonging
in anywise appertaining; both said
tracts now in plaintiff's ownership
being subject, however, to that cer
tain mortgage of date the 22nd day
of June, 1948, in the sum of Eight
Hundred Dollars ($800.00), in favor
of First State Bank of Libby, Lib
by, Montana.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Court this 7th day of Julv
1948.
I
ap
or
FRED F. CLARK
Clerk of Court
(COURT SEAL)
SMITH McNEILL
Libby, Montana
Attorney for Plaintiff
(4t - July 8-15-22-29)
SPECIAL ELECTION
TOWN OF TROY, MONTANA
A SPECIAL ELECTION for the
Town of Troy, Montana, will be held
July 20th, 1948, between the hours
of 8 A. M. and 6 P. M. for the pur
pose of voting on the question of
an editorial ....
from the FRATERNALIST, of
ficial Publication of Helena Lodge
No. 639, Loyal Order of Moose,
Helena. Montana.
Frank Murray has announced
his candidacy for the Office of Sec
retary of State on the Democratic
ticket. Frank is a native of Mon
tana, who knows from personal
perience what a wonderful work
the Loyal Order of Moose is doing.
He was orphaned at an early age,
' and had to work his way up the
hard way. That he has the right
kind of stuff is attested by his work
and his record. He was a school
trustee and deputy Clerk and Re
corder in Butte. He is a successful
business man. His incumbency as
Clerk of the Supreme Court has
! been one of efficiency and courtesy
j to the public.
! While the Fraternalist does not
! take part in party politics, and the
I Order is completely non-political,
I when a deserving Brother needs a
j boost, we are more than glad to be
j among the first to offer help, and
I we are for Frank Murray in a big
j way, and unhesitatingly recommend
I him to the more than 8,000 Moose
(members of Montana Lodges.
(Pol. Adv. paid for by Frank Mur
ray for Secretary of State Club.
Mrs. Ellen V. Jones, Secretary, 114
Grand Street, Helena, Montana. It
ex
I
issueing bonds in a sum not to ex
ceed One Hundred Ninety Thous
and Dollars ($190,000) payable with
in twenty (20) years, to raise funds
for the construction and mainten
ance of a water supply and distri
bution system for the Town of Troy,
its inhabitants and other persons
living along or adjacent to the
route of the supply line,
mount of bonds to be sold to be
restricted to the number
The a
necessary
to raise funds to defray actual costs.
POLLING PLACES:
Precinct 23—Town Hall
Precinct 19—School House
EDITH B. MASON, Town Clerk
(3t - July 1-8-15)
REXFORD NEWS
Mrs. Dennis Williams and two
children of Spokane were guests at
the Fred Marks home last week.
Miss Williams is the former Clem
entine Shanahan.
Les Ward of Kalispell was a caller
here Wednesday.
Mrs. Don Strock, and Ross, and
Mary Louise, accompanied Mrs. Geo.
Ross to Oakesdale, Wash., last week
for a few days visit.
VOTE FOR . . .
X JAMES MAHONEY
Democratic Candidate For
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I am proud of my record. It speaks for itself.
Your support will be greatly appreciated
(Political Advertising paid for by James Mahoney)
Here's Our Platform!
%
. . . Some politicians
could take a lesson .
from us because
w'hen we promise to
save you money . . .
and give you thous
ands of extra miles
of safe driving— we
deliver. Come i n
and see why it will
pay you to vote our
Kelly Tire ticket
—straight.
m
\
r*
\
jju
I ' , l"j
/?
TIRE
6:00 x 16—4-PIy
$ 13.95
Standard Motors
615 Mineral
Phone 144
v •

F. N.
HAMMAN
m
Republican
S':
,
for
,
ATTORNEY GENERAL
||»:ç ;
: \ . ;
35 years in Montana
24 years law practice
,
,
I J
"Efficient service for all the
people all the time."
(Pd. Pol. Adv. by Hamann for Attorney General Club.
Emory, pres., Poison, Mildred H. Murphy, sec., Poison.
W. F.
Know
M
ONTAN A. .
Names... Places
DEER LODGE COUNTY
By George Adams,
„ T , . Anaconda Standard.
Deer Lodge county received its name from the hot springs
formation near Warm Springs by the Indians. The formation
from which hot water bubbled, keeping vegetables green, at
tracted white-tailed deer. Indians called it "the lodge of the
white-tailed deer; French "la lodge du chevreiul," and early
Montanans "Deer Lodge." y
in io« er TK dge wa * one .°t tbe n > ne original counties organized
in 1865. The county originally embraced present Silver Bow
Granite and Powell counties. In the original county was the first
foie discovery in Montana by a French halfbreed in 1852
DAWSON COUNTY™^ fr ° m ° eer L ° dge to Anaconda -
—By Cy Davis, Dawson County Review.
Dawson county was staked out as a part of Idaho Territory on
January 16, 1864. Subsequently attached to Big Horn, Choteau
?J? d CuS i er ^° U 2 tleS ' 11 was re -° r ganized as a separate county in
1882, with Glendive as county seat. The county received its name
5°Fort n Än D S^ e , rlCan F " r C ° ° Ierk ' f " ,or ,,nd
..J lrat industries were beaver trapping, fur trading and buffalo
hide-hunting. Today the area produces some of Montana's best
dry-land wheat and the 24,000 acres of the recently completed
Buffalo Rapids irrigation project grows thousands of tons of
beets and alfalfa.
A wealth of lignite coal underlays the region, and the first
gas well ] n the state was "brought in" at the mouth of Cedar
Glendive-Baker W field. * ^ exploration and development
In
sugar
of
ANACONDA COPPER MINING COMPANY
Work for a Greater and More Prosperous Montana
This is a project that should include all Montanans.
5)
Thursday, July 8, 1948
Mr. and Mrs; L. L. Smith have
rented rooms in the back part of
the Valley Grill and are residing
there at the present.
Mrs. George Rich woh attends
Normal School at Dillon, spent the
weekend at her home here.
Mrs. Clyde Smith of Vale, Ore.,
visited relatives here for a few
days last week.
Ruth Johnson, who has been in
Opportunity, Wash., the past few
weeks, returned to Rexford,
cently.
Mrs. James Hurst accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patrick and sons,
and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hurst of
Eureka, on a fishing trip to Clar
ence Creek, Sunday.
re
BOYS' STATE AUGUST
15 TO 24 AT DILLON
Boys from the
junior classes of high schools in all
of Montana's 56 counties will par
ticipate ^n the Second Annual Boys'
State here Aug. 15 to 24, according
to Eugene W. Savage of Butte.
Boys' State director.
A total of 300 boys will attend the
State, sponsored by the Montana
Department of the American Legion
for training in citizenship.
Dillon — (U.R)

xml | txt