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Mr. and Mrs Francis Miller of
Springdale, Wash., were guests Mon day of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kujawa of this place. Mr. Miller, who is coach in Springdale, is working through the Inland Empire in the interest of a Moose basketball lea gue. his^secretaryH Ernest n 1 ^ 30 ms secretary, James Sullivan of The^sfer^ nIws offiP at r. ?. western News office. Mr. Mans-1 field, who have the address of the ^f n h ay e e ' en i ng P ro E rani met many of his friends and sup porters while in Libby through the S? k'L "weif™: formed on all subject? of interest to his constituents, and is an in SffiÄW T Burte M R ° SeIla Mr and Mrs \r <; _i , Anaheim Calif left ^asf^vloi^ e° f Glacier National Park /° r Lakes Lake Louise and nJX? 1 tS*" 1 vSi'catPosition R W LeDue and |4 rs ' fordis Mr Lr rS ' San ' Miss wJnda Monrar of Vf- 1 came Saturday tn visit at t ¥ lss ° ula ' of Mr. and Mrs! E, E Jaqueth * —Matinees at the ri nmo 4 i . heein at 2 tn n m a Theatre tpmhpr ? P ' " Sunday - Se P 1 umher and «taurmiii u r i - rTninf Nn Worker's 4th TnfsHav 5 ! the ,. 2nd and Mice triioor, * T^ a ■ montb - p^cifio ^ een f u i aw , a and ,¥ lss *°f« lla Sbea of Sp°kane visited over the week end in Libbv. Miss Kujawa visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kujawa. and Miss Shea visited with her friend. Miss Mildred Buck. —Buy your week end pastries (al ready baked) at the V. F. W. Aux iliary Baked Food and Canned Goods sale, Saturday, Sept. 11, 10:00 a. m. at Parker's Studio. —Matinees at the Dome Theatre begin at 2:30 p, m., Sunday, Sep tember 12. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Nowell left Wednesday morning for Cheney where they both will enroll in school for the ensuing term. The Senior W. S. C. S. of the Lib by Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. R. H. Gehrke last Wednesday. Mrs. Maude Nelson led the devotionals, after which Mrs. S. A. Rasmussen presided at the business session. A very interest ing presentation was made by Mrs. J. C. Midyett, on the theme "His Way in Porto Rico," after which delightful refreshments were joyed by the twenty members and five visitors who attended. Miss Yylia Brennan began ployment at the Libby Pharmacy last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson and party of Spokane visited Mrs. Fer guson's aunt, Mrs. Leo S. Welch over the week end. en em Geringeres Hardware -- and the Kennedy Furnit ure Mart y CARS SUPPLY OF Announce their New Location in the New Geringer Building -on and after COLGATE'S FABULOUS SUDS » / 1 i. f* ï ,"V. Friday, September IO WITH EVERY WA S H E R We will continue handling a complete line of new furniture and will also take orders on furniture upholstering and custom-made furniture. LADIES! Yes —a great big double value for a limited time only with your new—all new, 1948 Zenith Washer. You get a year's sup ply of famous, nationally advertised FAB—a washing combination that gives you the fastest, whitest washes you've ever bad! So now it's doubly worth your while to come in and give these great new Zenith Washers a thorough looking over ... to see the new Zenith bowl-shaped tub that washes faster and cleaner—cleans and drains in a flash. And to see the new Zenith double wall Ther mo Tub that keeps water hot longer—docs a big family wash ing on one fill... preserves the sparkling colors and freshness of all your nice washable gar ments. Dozens of other new and exclusive Zenith features, 100 , in this new - all new, 1948 model. It's doubly worth your while—so come in today. Let Our. . SWING ROCKER DUTCH BOY REPRESENTATIVE CÏ J » to be : show you a new complete line of Dutch Boy Floor Cleansers and Waxes. i j 7 <a>/ r* Given Away • r * w**. .i. MEN! m ? AT 5:30 P. M. Saturday, September 11 With the compliments of . . . The Kennedy Furniture Mart and Geringer's Hardware j 't. 9 f i Bring your painting troubles to our Dutch Boy Representative. JL U V m FREE! ■ FREE Tickets At The Door (Not as illustrated) With Every $5.00 Purchase A Combination Level - Rule SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION, FRI., SEPT. 10 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Allen of Dish man, Wash., returned home follow ing a week's vacation in Libby. En route home they attended the wed ding of their granddaughter, Miss Delores Berry, in Spokane. Miss Berry became the bride of George wff Ü!m S S child. ' S/ ? gt and Mrs - franklin War ner left this week for their home I in Merced. Calif. Mrs Warner had been visiting in Libby for the past four months while her husband on a mission overseas H*~W Shawl „< M^ an^Mrs «I'm*H iatt Fridav"' v £ ur a H 1 ôÎ *j ri ï? y- . - -ÄrÜFÄ 8 81 10:00 Mrs - J . Y Shawl ^turned Friday ,ï on ? a s * x weeks vacation in New Y 9 rk - T New Jersey, and Chicago, Mjss Jacc l ueline Hiatt who had ac con ?P anied he r on the trip found a in New Jersey. William Shawl, A. O. Role, and William Baeth will represent the Llb , by Lumber and Sawmill Work el 's Union No. 2581 at the North daT C ™rN i °«, Star ?¥ Mon ; day - The Northwest Lumber and Sawmill Workers convention will he held at Boise, Ida., with delegates frorn Montana - Washington, Oregon, and Idaho in attendance. -V- F. W. Auxiliary Baked Food and Canned Goods Sale, Saturday, September 11, beginning at 10:00 a .m. at Parker's Studio. was MOUNTAIN FLAVOR NASH'S COFFEE J;' / > t; FOR SALE AT YOUR LOCAL GROCER DISTRIBUTORS Rasher - Kingman - Herrin - Co. Spokane, Washington Miss Lila Cook spent the week end in Yakima, Coulee Dam. and Ellensburg. Wash. Mr. and Mrs. William Shawl and Mr. and Mrs. Rav Enders spent the graphers Convention. Elgar also attended, going by train. Mr. Parker is president of the assoc lation and Miss Elgar is secretary. Mrs. Josephine Arnold who under- ( went a gall stone operation two weeks ago at Kalispell is reported j recovering nicely. Mrs. Arnold is year old mother ° f MrS ' 3> ' Parker. —For your needs in Woodwork, don't see others until you have seen us.—Libby Sash and Door. 51tf -Buy vour week end pastries (al ready baked) at the V. F. W. Aux- | iliary Baked Food and Canned Food sale. Saturday, Sept. 11, 10:00 a. m at Parker's Studio, weekend at Woods Bay and Flat-j . . . head Lake. , Mr. and Mrs. Art Kemp visited j over the weekend at the Russell , Little home. The Kemps are from 1 Kalispell. Mrs. Charles Haschke of Great j Falls spent the Labor Day holidays ) in Libby. I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Austin and j family of Kalispell spent the week-j end visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Earle. j —V. F. W. Meetings the 1st and 3rd ! Wednesday of each month at the c j u k Clay Parker and Russell Deist flew to Great Falls September 1. Mr. Parker went on to Billings where he attended the State Photo Miss Elsie —Matinees at the Dome Theatre | begin at 2:30 p. m ., Sunday, Sep-jot tember 12. Mrs. Leon Ayers, who has been; the Kalispell hospital as a result of a broken leg, returned home last week. in », ' . Mrs. Timothy Miller returned home Sept. 2 from a four week vacation in Minneapolis and Winnipeg. She visited her twin sister, Mrs. H. J. Hill, for two weeks in Minneapolis.! Mrs. Hill accompanied her to Win-( nipeg where they visited their sis ter. Mrs. A. H. Wood, and niece, Kathryn Wood. It was a delight ful vacation. Mrs. Miller said, Spokane visitors last week were Mrs. Auger. Mrs, Jo Becker and J annt '- Mrs. Dick Powell and Char-1 lotte, and Miss Marlene Solem. HOLMES &EDWABDS STERLING INLAID SILVERPLATE 'I 52 PIECE SERVICE FOR I L>68" N GOOD NEWS for your Fuilgct! Holmes & Edwards prices are still down! Choose from three lovely patterns. From left: Lovely Lady, Youth, Danish Princess — all made in li.S.A. Price includes the handsome chest. (Not subject to Federal Tax.) Also two new patterns in Sterling Silver beam and Wedding Bells. Moon "Jewelry of Distinction' WELCH'S Jewelry & Gift Shop Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kammeyer Ephrata. Wash., came Monday to 'visit Mr. Kammeyer's mother, Mrs. The South Lincoln County Chap _ Frieda Kammever. I_____ __. ter of the American Red Cross, will ! ... - .... - .meet in the Community Hall at 7:30 September 13 - I 1 REAL ESTATE WANTED Strout Really COAST TO COAST NOW is the time to list your property "WE" have the Buyers. E. A. STROUT REALTY JOHN F. BOWEN, local Strout agent BOX 295 RESIDENCE 66-M OFFICE PHONE 260 See These ... SPECIALS Chocolate Wafers Nabisco Famous Anise Cookies Nabisco 3-Ring Pretzels Nabisco Crockers Snowflake Ritz For Snacks 38c per can 25c package 17 c package ■ a 2 pounds 32c box TRY OUR CAMPBELL SOUP LINE SOUTH LIBBY PURITY STORE Mr. and Mrs. C. B Pritchard of Bartlesville, Okla., came Thursday of last week to visit a few weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest L. DeRosia and family. Mr. Prit _ _ _ _ chard is a brother of Mrs. DeRosia. ~ ~ - - - Mrs. S. A. Rasmussen and Mrs. R. S. Fields.