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Thursday, September 23,
THE CHURCHES
(Continued from Page Seven)
ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
(Church Calendar - Sept. 23-29)
FRIDAY:
4:00 p. m. - Confirmation
Instructions
8:00 p. m. - Adult Discussion
Group
SUNDAY.
9:45 a. m.—Children's Service &
Sunday School
10:00 a. m. - ,
Bible Classes
11:00 a. m. - Divine Worship
Service
8:00 p. m. - Young People's So
ciety (at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Art Neils).
MONDAY:
4:00 p. m, - Confirmation Classes.
WEDNESDAY:
8:45-11:45 a. m.
Classes
8:00 p. m. - Choir Rehearsal
ARTHUR O. WERFELMANN,
Pastor.
Junior and Adult
Release-Time
FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH
9:45 a. m. - Sunday School.
No services until announced.
Sept. 23—Senior Aid meets at the
home of Mrs. Elias Paulson at 7:30
p. m.
John Appelgren, Deacon.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
James Davidson, Pastor
Sunday School - 9:45 a. m.
Worship Service - 11 a. m.
Westminster Fellowshm - 5 p. m.
Release Time School Every Wed
nesday from 8:45 a. m. to 10:45 a. m.
J. C. Penney said some time ago,
"AU I am today I owe to my reli
gious training as a boy. Of course
much of this came from my parents,
but a good deal of it came through
the Sunday School which I attend
ed." Give your boy or girl the reli
gious training the Sunday School
offers.
Choir practice for the seniors
every Thursday evening at 7:30.—
Junior choir at 4:00 p. m.
The Synod of Montana will meet
in the 1st Presbyterian Church,
Bozeman. October 12th thru 15th.
Delegates from the Elder board and
the Circles together with the pastor
will be in attendance.
World-wide Communion Sunday
will be held this year October 3.
Keep this date open and plan to
attend.
LIBBY METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Wm. C. Stearns, Pastor
Sunday:
9:45 a. m. - Siftiday School
11:00 a. m. - Worship
5:00 p. m. - Methodist Youth Fel
lowship.
Monday;
8:00 p. m. - Official Board
Wednesday:
8:45 a. m. - Released Time Classes
Friday: (Oct. 1)
8:00 p. m. -
Mrs. E. C. Ostheller's, with Mrs.
Er nest Ramsev as hostess .
ST. MARY'S CHURCH
Troy
Mass will be held in Troy from
October to May at 9:30 a. m.
on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of
t^e month.
Junior W.S.C.S. at
EUREKA
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Sunday Services;
Sunday School .
Morning Worship ...
Sunday evening .
Services every night except Mon
day and Saturday at 8 p. m. with
Mrs. Marguerite Kelso, of Seattle,
Wash., as evangelist.
Rev. O. W. OLSON. Pastor
10:00 a. m.
11:00 a. m.
7:45 p. m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Eureka, Montana
Sunday:
10:00 a. m Sunday School.
11:00 a. m. Family Worship.
Wednesday:
8.00 p. m. - Prayer Meeting
F. L. Lewno, Pastor
Your Support Solicited by
CHARLES D.R0WE
Seeking Re-election as
STATE
REPRESENTATIVE
Republican Ticket
EXPERIENCE
COUNTS
(Pol. Adv. pd. for by C. D. Rowe)
v/vnrp nr accfckmfnt
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
To the Stockholders of the Gla-i
cier Silver Lead Mining Co. 1
Notice is hereby given that at a
special meeting of the Board of,
Directors of The Glacier Silver Lead |
Mining Company held on Thurs
day, the 9th day of September, 1948, ;
at 3:00 o'clock p m. at the office
of the company 514 Columbia Build
ing in Spokane, Washington, an as
sessment of five (5) mills, or one
——
TREGO COMMUNITY CHURCH l
Sunday School . 10:30 a. m |
Worship Service . 11:30 a. xn. :
HAROLD ERICKSON
1
REMEMBER IN NOVEMBER
REFERENDUMS 51 & 52
Approved Overwhelmingly By 30 lh Montana Legislature
REF. NO. 52 is a $5,000,000 building
bond issue for construction of much
needed new buildings and improve
ments at the six units. With enroll
ments up 81% since 1940, more class
room, laboratory and library space is
now required.
REF. NO. 51 seeks* re-enactment and
increase of the present University of
Montana millage levy of 3% mills up
to a maximum of 6 mills. Because of
higher operational costs and larger
enrollments, the University units
need the additional 2Vz mills increase.
MONTANA YOUTH DESERVE THE BEST EDUCATION
MONTANA CAN AFFORD
VOTE
Xj FOR
Paid political ftdr. hr Richer IdaetUoa Foods Caw pain
Albert Bricfcjon. HUnsccr. Room 4, Holter Bid*.. Helena, Mwi
—r
Our Policy on
PONTIAC
Deliveries and Prices
are among the many people who feel that Pontiac
represents an outstanding value—and wish to order
a Pontiac for future delivery—you will be interested
in the following policy on retail distribution which
we, as Pontiac dealers, will observe:
Despite the fact that Pontiac has built over a half
million cars since the resumption of production after
the war, demand still exceeds supply. In the face of this
production record, those who place orders now
will still experience some delay in delivery. If you
YOU SPECIFY ACCESSORIES
ORDERS FILLED BY PRIORITY
While most of our customers order their cars
equipped with accessories, we do not fore* acces
sories as a condition of sale. You specify what
accessories you want when ordering your car, and
these are the ones (and the only ones) it will carry
when delivered. Some items may be lacking due to
current shortages; but none will he added.
A definite proportion of the cars we receive from
the factory is set aside for preferential delivery to
users whose work is in the public welfare and to
others with certain occupational requirements.
Otherwise, all orders will be filled on the basis of the
time when they are received.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
And the sooner you place it, the sooner you will get
delivery. So if you want a Pontiac, order it now.
YOU PAY FACTORY-SUGGESTED PRICE
REGARDING TRADE-INS
Naturally, if you have a car to trade, we would
like to have it in order to take care of our regular
used car customers. Our appraisals are fair, based
on current conditions. But if you do not have a
car to turn in, we still want your order and will
accept it for delivery based on the conditions out
lined above.
WE WILL ESTIMATE DELIVERY DATE
Due to changing economic conditions, we cannot,
when you place your order, tell you exactly how
much the car will cost when delivered in the future.
But, at the time of delivery you will be charged
only the factory suggested price on
which will be shown in a published list of local
prices.
Due to conditions beyond our control, we cannot
give you an exact date of delivery. But based on
anticipated future shipments from the factory, we
will, when you place your ordef, give you an honest
estimate of when you may expect your car. Such
estimates will be reviewed any time on request.
your model —
Nothing pleases us more than to turn over the keys of
a new Pontiac to one of the many people whose
orders we have, because we know they have chosen
well—for Pontiac is always a thoroughly good car, and
a thoroughly good value, this year, next year, any year.
Since this is our "home town'', our business and its
future is based on our good relations with the people
of this community. We are most happy that so many
people here—as all over the country—have made
Pontiac their number one choice as a new car.
PONTIAC RETAIL DELIVERED PRICES IN LIBBY
Streamliner Models
Torpedo Models
• Cyl.
$1760
1811
SCy L
$1944
« frl.
$1897
1986
» Cyl.
$1712
1764
1853
Sedan Coupe . . . •
tie Luxe Sedan Coupe . •
4-Door Sedan . . . .
Hr I.uxe 4-Door Sedan .
Station Wagon . . . .
He I.uxe Station Wagon .
Hastiness Coupe • • •
Sport Coupe . . . .
De Luxe Sport Coupe .
2-Door Sedan • • • •
Sedan Coupe . • •
De Luxe Sedan Coape . •
4-Door Sedaa ....
De ËAtxe 4-Door Sedaa .
De Lutxe Convertible • •
2034
1995
1947
1901
2084
1842
2037
1795
2651
2603
1875
1826
1963
2729
1916
2681
1901
1853
The foregoing are factory suggested local delivered prices for each of
the 15 models available. They include State Taxes. Accessories option
al equipment, license—extra. Prices are subject to change without
notice.
1990
1943
2284
2237
STANDARD EQUIPMENT ä m extra cost includes: Spare tire, tube and wheel; bumpers and bumper
guards; metsl spring covers; Ami windshield wipers: dual tail lamps; dual boms; dual aun Wanes;
permanent oil cleaner; cigar lighter; ash receivers; dual carburetor (8-cyl. models); automatic dome
light and outside lock on both front doors. DE LUXE EQUIPMENT tmludes, m addition to abowe:
Two-tone broadcloth, button type upholstery; de luxe steering wheel; electric dock; chrome front fender
mouldings; —- iteel tear fender gravel guards; chrome plated wheel discs (except station wagon).
CLOUTIER - HARRIS
Libby, Montana
5th and Mineral
half (U) cent a share was levied)
half• ( ) cent a^ae stoC k
"P ^."noraUon ''effective Sep-!
r' 1« Toi« and navable on or
î*"J*£ r to, ijho. aniu p . F w
k 'ciine Treasurer of' the company,
a t '^' ng 'i*" s " f .1," C ompanv 5H
columbia Bmld ne Spokanc Wash
Building, £>p ,
lnKlun
Any stock upon which this assess
ment' shall remain unpaid on Oct
ober 20. 1948, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction
an d unless payment is made before,
will be sold on the 27th day of No-|7
vember. 1948, at the Lincoln County,
Courthouse at Libby, Montana
the hour of 2:00 o'clock p. m. moun
| tain time to pay the delinquent
assessment together with costs of
i advertising and expenses of sale
! The Glacier Silver Load Mining
Company
By F W. KIESLING
Secretary-Treasurer
(4t . s ' t 23-30—Oct. 7-14)
--;-—
DRIVERS' EXAMINATIONS
OCT. 7. g in LIBBY
; The state highway department an
; nounces drivers' license examina
j tions for Thursday and Friday, Oct.
and 8 at the Community Room at
the Courthouse in Libby. The hours
at!are from cjqo a. m. to 5:00 p. m.
EUREKA NEWS
(Continued from Page Six) |
i Eureka. After graduating from
! schools there, she attended Kmman j
! Business College at Spokane. Since 1
then she has been employed as as- j
sistant traffic manager for General
Mills. Inc
1 Dr. LaCount is the son of Mrs.
| Florence LaCount and the late Dr
; h. P. LaCount of Valparaiso, Ind.
He attended Valparaiso University
f or t wo anc j one-half vears. Fol
Congratulations..
■to the
Blue Bear
We are pleased to have had a share in equipping this
fine new confectionery and recreation parlor.
The Maytag Shop
-*»
lowing this he went to Northwest
ern University where he received
the degree of Doctor of Dental Sor
gery. Upon graduation from Den
tal school he joined the army in
which he has served two years.
Dr. and Mrs. LaCount plan an
extended trip through Glacier Na
tional Park, Yellowstone Park and
Denver, Colo., before returning to
Valparaiso, where they plan to make
their home. They will be at home
at 305 Chicago, St., in Valpariaao.

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