Tuesday morning according
schedule the elementary pupils and
Students assembled. As this leaves
Troy it is too early for Superinten
dent Hodges to give the attendance.
Grade One failed to meet up to
expectations in numbers. However
more may join the ranks later. A
mong high school students there
is great scurrying around to get
sufficient athletes to make up
football team. Many of the old play
ers have dropped out.
The band leader is busy getting
his players and instruments as
sembled. As this is the first year
for some time Troy has attempted
to have a real live band, it is ex
pected there will be quite an
terest in it.
Takima Club No
Mrs. Harry Higgins with Mrs.
Lenard Roth as co-hostess enter
tained tlie members of Takima Club':
at her home on Wednesday. The')
chief business of the evening wasi
a discussion as to whether the çlub
would remain federated or not. Af-j
ter speakers brought up the affir-1
native and the negative side a vote
was taken, with the result that the
club chose not to he federated. The
popular idea was that ns there was
one federated group in a town of
this size that was sufficient. The
club went on record as stating that
its individual members could affil-!
late themselves with
club if they so chose.
Plans for a buffet dinner to bo
held at the Maness home on Sep
tember 15 were discussed. To this
dinner guests will be invited.
The hostesses served apple pie
with whipped cream.
Here and There
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Akin and
family spent the week-end in Troy.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas and
family were vLsitors at the home of
his brother, Bert Thomas.
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Lewis of
Helena and Mrs. George Lewis of
Roundup were visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Maness last!
Mr. and Mrs. Stratford Peters m.
Spokane, spent the holidays with
Mr. Peterson's mother. Mrs. Alice
Miss Anita Sagen left Monday
for Rudyard, where she will be ■ n
the leaching staff.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ken *
sler accompanied by Mr. and Mr.-.
James Johnston flêw over Poison
and the Hungry horse dam-s'te.
The Methodist Woman's Society <
of Christian Per ;c met for a |
luncheon on Thutvl-.v. At this meet- |
ing Rev. Stearns began the
study course which i
A house guest at the Albert Watt
home for the p- l'ire, 1 months.
Mrs. Eva Sparling 1 ft Tuesday. Her
son, Charles and his wife arrived
last week and it is their plans to
return t(v Glendale Calif., via the
Park and Great Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Alev Cummings and
Mr. and Mrs. Woslev Coolev and
their families spent Labor Day in
Mrs. D. T. Wood h: s moved to
her new home. This is a completely
modern house with electric heating
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Farris left
Thursday for Missoula.
Raymond Bracy is engaged to
teach at Dodson.
Raymond Jensen paid a short
visit to Troy. He visited his sister.
Mrs. Don Fuller.
Mike Mansfield was a euest sneak
er at the Business & Profesisonal
Men's club on Tuesday.
Mr end Mrs. Ford Cripc and
it China. ■
family spent part of last week in 1
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Nelson re
turned Saturday evening from Cali- i
Mr. and Mrs. V A. Rather spent
the holidays with their daughter, :
Mrs. Wm. D. Jones of Aberdeen. 1
Wash., Sunday. Mrs. Jones enter- !
tained at n birtl
ing her father.
Attends Cycle Race
us one of t!
race at Spo!
on Labor Day. Larry Bellows was
ahead MI th>- third round when hr
piled his cycle up. He was unhurt :
and made a valiant attempt to go j
again, but the mechanism of the i
machine suffered, and he was un- |
able to proceed further.
Mr. and Mi
Fre d Panman and Mrs. Ben Avery j
nf Whitefish. were visitors at the j
Fred Marks home the first part of j
Mr. and Mrs
and Mr. and Mi
iscell were callers in Rexford le t
Chris Hansen. Mrs. i
>f Chester !
Les Ward of Kal
defvag. Carrol Got
nd daughter, Pegcv were Kal
s last week,
ed Few'kes and Mrs.
Guy Brock are attending
Hounds convention in Bozeman.
Frank While of Vandana is v ;
guest at the home of his mother, :
is pell she
ber 4th ■
ist 31 and Septt
Handley and daughter. I
Winfred, were visitors in Spokane,
Luke Eccquart relieved Coed
Scholp at the depot for a few days.
Mrs. Brock Martin returned home
from Spokane the last of the week.
Lloyd Knaop who has worked
some for the forest service this sum
mer, returned to his home in Col
ville, Sunday. Lloyd will attend
Washington State college at Pull
man this winter.
Mrs. Coed Scholp was a visitor in
Schol starts Tuesday. Miss Retta
Nelson of Rexford. and Miss Jean
Farrell of Simms will be the teach
Jerrv Marvel was a business visit
or in Libby Tuesday.
■ "t VnUIXvllCj
ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH
(Church Calendar Sept. 9-15)
7:30 p. m." - Walther League (at
r-r,Tr^ivf rt Rolseths)
4:00 p. m, - Confirmation
c,TM I i^ t v UCti0nS
r-K ia • c jc
9:45 a. m.—Childrens Service &
, Su nda y School
10:00 a. m. - Junior and Adult
11;00- a. m. - Mission Festival Ser-[
vice with the Rev. John Cham
bers as guest speaker.
7.30 p. m. - Mission Movie - "Your
4:00 p. m. - Confirmation
i 1 8:00 p. m. - Choir Rehearsal
ARTHUR O. WERFELMANN,
j «ccmmi v rn.
! a lir ,a.., k . *'c .1 ' '1
j g '' , \ . „
| gunday evening ..... c4o p. rn.
. Services every night except Mon
a J ld Saturday at 8 p. m. with
! Mrs. Marguerite Kelso, of Seattle,
j Wash., as evangelist.
Rev. O. W. OLSON. Pastor
FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH
Sunday School beings Septem
ber 12, at 9:45 a. m.
John Appelgren, Deacon.
at 11:00 a.
. 10:00 a.
... 11:00 a. m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
10:00 a. m
11:00 a, r.
8 00 p. rn. - Prayer Meeting
F. L. Lewno. Pastor
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH
Services Sunday, September 12.
.. V i
American telephone service today is rapidly expanding.
Local and long distance telephone traffic is at its peak.
A constantly increasing number of new telephones are being
installed — switchboard facilities expanded
In spite of this
enormous progress, however, some
people are still wailing for service. This is caused by a
combination of still existing material shortages and
increasing demand for telephone
But we hope that the giant strides being taken today
will soon overcome every obstacle, and everyone desiring
Service will hase it soon.
INTtRM A.i L 4.EI.EFHOM (. (. mI'AN'j
. - *■
With A f
Givc your home lasting
lection from rain and
with a new roof. No 1
roofing made than what we
best suited to
r e s i s t a n 1 •
eet the materials
J. Neils Lumber Company's Kefail Department deals
Liner, Sewer Pipe, Cedar Shingles,
Shingles, Rolled «Roofing, Building Papers, Zonolitc
and Glass Wool Insulation, Hcatilator Fireplaces,
Sash, Doors, Frames and built-in Ironing Board cab
inets, Bruce Floor Finishes.
er Cement, Masonry Cement, Brick, Flue
J. NEILS LUMBER CO.
starting at 11:00 a. m. The subject
of the lesson is "Substance."
>o1 * 9 f® a - m -
Worship Service - 11 a. m.
West minster Fellowship - 5 p. m.
TROY METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Wm. C. Steams, Pastor
9:00 *• - Worship
10:30 a. m. - Sunday School
7:30 p. m. - Official Boar d.
2.30 p. m. - Woman's Society of
CHURCH OF GOD
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.
2:00 p. m. - Prayer Meeting
Everyone welcome to our services.
REV. B. H. APPLEGATE.
LIBBY METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. IVm. C. Stearns, Pastor
9:45 a. m. - Sunday School
13.00 a. in. - Worship
■' nior W. S. C. S.
meets with Mrs. G. Pilcher.
6:30 p. m. - First Monthly Fellow-1
ship Supper, covered dish style.
for ail members and friends of
i-..V;- c ,. Ch ^ h - o.™ t ■
' '.V'-'c 'h' 1 -" P- ni ;,^ u , r l lor
nieGlS u d 1 Mrs.
sed Time c lasses will start
■'-r the current year on Wednesday,!
»untry. our public schools can not
s. : n authorizations for their child
ren l j attend
PORTING COMMUNITY CHURCH
Sunday School. 10:30 a. m.; Wor
ship Service, 11:30 a. m.; Jr. Young
People, 7:45 p. m.: Evangelism
I Meeting, 8:15 p.
(Prayer Meeting, 8 00 p
ST. MARY'S CHURCH
Mass will be held in Troy from
October to May at 9:30
on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Masses every Sunday, 8:00 and
i 0:00 a. m.
Confessions Saturday evenings,
j 7:30 to 8:30.
Baptisms by appointment.
Holy Days of Obligation Masses
it 7:15 and 8:00.
Sunday School . 9:45 a. m.
Missionary'Service - 11:00 a. m.
C. A. Service . 7:00 p. m.
. 8:00 p. m.
v. and Mrs. Burdette Wiles,
: turn-d missionaries
>; I Coast in Africa,
and speaking in the morn
y on Sunday, September
will be a service you
never forget! Remember "the
Sundav morning at 11 o'clock,
! n the I
! SPEED-THE-LIGHT" C. A. Rally j
with the Mission-aires Male Quar-1
tet in Kalispell. Two services onlv:
at 2.30 and 7:30 p, m.
r , . . , r , . .
1 i*, 1 " 1 ,'v. 1 dl 'J the As-j
so ' r ' lv ° ! Gl ' d ,<-hurch " KaHspell !
y'! , nc!S " tordial invitation to the
, THOUGHT FÜR THE HOUR!
Our navy can not save this coun- ;
army can not save this I
! country, our public school can not:
j sa '' t this country, but Sunday
■ Schools can do it, sown thick as'
school houses throughout the land
i — General Rutherford.
LEON H. AYERS, Pastor j
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I every day. Perhaps we
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8 want so come in and see
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ù odl&l that
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Fisher is forty years of motor-car
coachcraft experience ... forty years
of building master bodies for
IN RIDING COMFORT
Your own tests will show that
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— thanks to its Unitized Knee
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IN BRAKING FFFICIfNCY
Chevrolet's Positive-Action Hy
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305 Mineral zive.
TROY ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Sunday School in Troy at the
Moose Hall at 10:00 a. m. every
Sunday morning. Classes for all
ages sponsored by the Log Church
of Libby. Classes will be conducted
by Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Rayson
WELFARE MAN COMING
TO LIBBY SEPT. 15
Mr. Cook will be in Libby at the
Department of Public Welfare of
fice in the Court House on Wednes
day, September 15, 1948, from 1:00
p. m. to 4:00 p. m,, and in Eureka
at the Department of Public Wel
fare office on Thursday, Septem
ber 16, 1948, from 1:00 p. m. to 3:00
p. m. Anyone desiring information
about Old-Age and Survivors In
surance benefits under social secur
ity may contact him at either place.
OF CLOSING OF REGISTRATION
BOOKS FOR THE GENERAL
ELECTION, TO BE HELD NOV. 2.
Notice is hereby given that the
HARTLE'S WELDING & MACHINE
GENERAL MACHINE WORK
WELDING IS OUR SPECIALTY
New Charm For Your Home
What a difference good lighting makes! The home
which has it is charming; the home without it seldom
has that "just right" look.
LIGIITOLIERS are decorations in themselves and
will biend with and beautify any tpye of furnishing
So. whether you need a modern close-to-ceiling de
sign or a gracious crystal fixture, LIGI1TOLIER has
From their many lovely designs you may select
the correct fixture for anv
LIGIITOL1ER lamps and lighting fixtures
best selection because they add charm to your home,
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Keep Montana Resources For Montana Industry
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 in
cluding Sept. 16, 1948, for the pur
pose of registering for the General
Election to be held November 2,
REGISTRATION BOOKS FOR
THE GENERAL ELECTION CLOSE
THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1948.
Electors may register for the en
suing election by appearing before
the County Clerk at his office or
by appearing before a deputy regis
trar, or before any Notary Public
or 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 voter's ballot, you must re
BE SURE THAT YOU ARE REG
G. C. EARLE,
County Clerk and Ex-Offici
Registrar of Lincoln County,
(4t - Aug. 12-19 - Sept. 2-9)
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