Newspaper Page Text
LIBBY ITEMS (Carried over from Last Week) Mr, and Mrs. William Heise.. Carl Heise, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zingle man, and Mrs. F. Mortenson drove to Bonners Ferry and Sandpoint Sunday. They report that there is still a lot of high water in that section and plenty of evidence where it had been." Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Ayotte are leaving for Devils Lake," No. Dak., to spend a few days visiting : with Mrs. Ayotte 's father, Mr. Alex I St. Arnaud, and two brothers Mrs Ayotte's two children, Rosalie and Robert Johnson also accompanied them. Rev. and Mrs. Leon H. Ayers and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Nelson turned Tuesday from Spokane i where they spent a few days. re I j The sixth meeting was held at the Pine Tree Club Hall with Mrs. I Ray Shelley as hostess. Ten mem- 1 bers were present and eight visit-, ors. Both leaders were present also. The meeting was somewhat I delayed by the Louis-Walcott fight games were played by those who | d)dn t care for the fight while the | rest listened, then everv one of the q°whflp Pl a - ved baseball for Durint/ i, . .■ ... President R meeting with Bresident Beverly Beebe in charge record books were checked and more Fair plans were made. Com munity singing brought the meet ing to a close Then the boys and the girls held separate meetings to discuss their projects. The girls have their first project done and some are beginning their second, a skirt. The boys gardens are growing nicely. ' The next meeting will be held just before dinner at the regular TAMARACK 4-H CLUB Pine Tree club dinner. Julv 11._ Leanne Kenelty, reporter. ORDER OF RAINBOW HOLD MEETING The last meeting of the Order of Rainbow for Girls until September was held Monday night. Reports were given by those who attended Grand Assembly in Missoula. Over j six-hundred Rainbow girls from the [ State of Montana attended Grand Assembly. It was announced that; Alberta Watt of Troy, former Worthy Advisor of Assembly No. 5 j was appointed Grand Reoresenta-1 tive to Rhode Island, by Mrs. Ar- 1 line Becker, Supreme Inspector of the State of Montana. The following girls made the trip to Missoula:—Mary Maurer, 1 Georgianna Erhart, Peggy Damon, j Barbara Rawlings, Beverly Johnson, Willa Powell, Leone Harris, Lyla j Brennan, Lois LeDuc, Carl Bren nan, Mildred McElroy, Barbara Drury, Ardyce Gillespie, Claire Guernsey. Mrs. Ray Rice and Mrs. E. M. Davidson, Mother Advisor, accom panied them. _ JULY 4TH REFLECTIONS I was, just thinking this 4th of July morning of the many things we have to be thankful for. The reason the inspiration struck me was, that from our garden this morning we picked 1 quart of ripe raspberries, 3 quarts of strawber ries, 1 gallon of peas, 4 bunches of nice young carrots, lettuce, etc; and as I stood there looking at the tassels on the corn I had that feel ing and realization of what a grand and wonderful country we live in, and how grand it is to be an Amer ican. Also in the ice box we had 14 ' beautiful trout caught the day be fore and I thought how all these I things were the gift of our good i earth. Then thinking of the tur- j moil and misery of the European | countries, it is with a heartful of | thanks to our God that we live in i a free country under the Stars and Stripes of America.—J. T. Brindley. VOTE FOR HUGH SLAUSON REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR County Commissioner LIBBY DISTRICT Previous experience in road building I will give the people of Lincoln County the roads they deserve—with an efficient and business-like administra tion of County Funds. (Circulated and Paid For by Hugh Slauson) .. Tom J. Davis II The WILL of the people is the only legitimate foundation of Government ■j ÆÊÊ REPUBLICAN For United States Senate Potd pol odv. by Dovit for Senotor Chib, Mr». Ed Shea, Secretary, Butte li FORMER TROY RESIDENTS ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT OF DAUGHTER „ n D State Co,lege ' Bozeman ' The wedding will be in the late summer at Oroville. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Laehn of Glacier Park, formerly of Troy, an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara to Dwight W. Downs, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Downs of Oroville, Washington. Mr. Downs was three years in the European war theatre, then was a student at W.S.C., Pullman. Wash. Miss Laehn is a graduate of Troy High School where she was Saluta torian for the class of '46. She at tended one semester at Montana Eureka from Page Seven Tom Brindley of Libby w 7 as a Eureka visitor this week. Several members of the Saddle Club met at the Riley summer home on Glen Lake for an informal Sun day ni 8 ht dinner party on June 27, Mr. and Mrs. O'Boyle of Kalis pell spent the weekend visiting at [the home of Mrs. O'Boyle's moth er, Mrs. Elsie Frost, Mrs. Agnes Badgley went to War land Monday of this week to visit! at the home of her daughter, Mrs. ( Everett Byers. M r , and M rs . Jerome Filiatreau of Warland spent Saturday in Eur eka They attended the Voorhees Purdv we dding wea i" ng George Ramlow has returned to work for the Fores fry. He will be located at olney this summer, The Episcopal Guild held their annual picnic at the Riley summer home on Glen Lake on Friday, June 25. A crowd of forty-five at tended the supper that was ser ved at 7:00 o'clock, giving the men a chance to enjoy their eats while TOPS FOR COMFORT Heajthknit fatty* shirts AND BOTTOMS TOO! Healthknit hm shorts Designed to wear together, these 100% combed cotton shirts and shorts give unbelievable comfort and unbelievable wear. Kut-Ups Shirts won't creep, bind, or bunch, and the MacDee Shorts with foil elastic waistband give just the right gende support. 70c SHIRTS. BRIEFS. MID-LENGTHS 85c 1.15 DON'S Men's Store listening to the Louis-Walcott fight The next meeting of the Guild will be held in September. Mr. and Mrs. George Ramlow were Kalispell visitors Tuesday of last week. Dr. Keith Lowell gave a number of his friends a ride in his plane Sunday. Those who had the pleas ure were, A. R. Hanson, Hans Jor genson, Jack Anderson, Fred Al m ■ ■ ;.;W 5 Hi . 4 ifP > ' ' || » attA A vn° te « * *£&*?*<& 7 . ■ "v i « ted : the • ' ^ n c » best :':p Vi TV** t I I y. i / i • ; ? i m : . H i • '\i' 1 ■ m ■ :■ . AN OPEN LETTER To the People of Lincoln County The Non-Partisan Committee for Political Education of Lincoln County, after due considera tion of the merits of those seeking public offices, is pleased to present herewith its endorse ment of the following at the primary election in Lincoln County, Montana, July 20. We urge you to vote for these candidates recommended by us. CANDIDATES TO NOMINATE % at the Lincoln County Primary, July 20, 1948 DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICE U. S. Senator REPUBLICAN PARTY X| WELLINGTON D. RANKIN, Helena Congressman—1st District JAMES E. MURRAY, Butte . MIKE MANSFIELD. Missoula State Governor X JOHN W. BONNER. Helena X| LEIF ERICKSON, Sidney Lieutenant Governor (Insufficient Information—No Endorsement) Secretary of State FRANK MURRAY, Butte State Auditor R71 ... , [AJ JOHN J. HOLMES, Great Falls State Treasurer NEILL FISHER, Missoula Attorney General (Insufficient Information—No Endorsement) Railroad Commissioner (Insufficient Information—No Endorsement) Supt. of Public Instruction (Insufficient Information—No Endorsement) Non-Partisan Judicial Ballot (Insufficient Information—No Endorsement) LINCOLN COUNTY OFFICES DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICE State Representative REPUBLICAN PARTY X| WILLIAM (BILL) SHAWL, Libby Clerk of District Court [AJ ALLEN GOODGAME, Troy v / [AJ FRED F. CLARK, SR., Libby County Attorney IXl SMITH McNEILL, Troy X| JOE F. FENNESSY, JR., Libby «... ^ County Commissioner, Libby District - 6-yr. Term |X| J. T. BRINDLEY, Libby jXj HUGH SLAUSON, Libby IA| BERT B. DAVIS. Star Route Political Advertisement Paid for by the Non-Partisan Committee for Political Education of Lincoln County, Bill Williams, Jr., Secy.-Treas.., Libby, Montana verson. Jack Simmons and Claude Hearn. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boorman and daughter, Esther, returned last week from a visit with friends and relatives in Havre. Miss Gertrude Dumbolten return ed from a trip East last week where she had spent the past six weeks visiting friends and relatives. STOP Get your car ready for Vacation Drive in now before starting on those long trips and let us make sure your car is in top condition. Enjoy your vacation by driving a safe car and obeying traffic rules. Brake Service • Motor Tuneup Wheel Balancing and Alignment Frame and Axle Alignment Headight and Steering Service 24 Hour Wrecker Service "THE SAFETY SHOP" W motors LIBBY S. R. SMART & H. B. STORDOCK PHONE 78 Mineral Are.