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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James Davidson, Pastor Sundav School - Q 45 a. m. Worship Service - 11 a. m Westminster Fellowship - a p. m. Fun nite and refreshments Fnda> nite. . Release Time Classes Everey Wed-; nesday - Time 8:4a-ll;4o. Circle A will meet with Mrs. Brad 'on Friday afternoon at 2:30 p. m.— Everyone invited. Circle B will meet on Tuesday evening at < :30 p. m. as planned A Professor of education m the University of Wisconsin said i wish every boy an girt might hav e traiamg m a Sunday School. 1 can not think that boy s and girls can ee well prepared for religious raining g und | y wi^havp classes for all ages We h ' nt classes 11,1 — agC HAVE YOL^HEAR ^ 000 H H»r. Y i£m" E e AR S«sage, every night for two weeks at the CHURCH OF GOD. Evangelist J. F Lawsen. author of Prophecy and Reveja tion, is the speaker Special music to inspire your souls . . . COME— Time i:45; Location, corner of lût and Utah. Sunday School - 10 a. m. Sunday Y. P, S. - 7:00 p. m. Sundav Evening Service - 8 p. m. Wed. Evening Prayer Service 8 apVlegate ; co p. m. REV. B. H, 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 : FORÏINE COMMUNITY CHURCH Sunday School, 10:30 a. m.; V-or ship Service, 11:30 a. m.; Jr. Younc People, 7:45 p. m.: Evangelisu Meeting, 8:15 p. m.: Wednesaa' Prayer Meeting, 8:00 p. m. ARVID ERICKSON. Jr.. Pasto TREGO COMMUNITY CHURCH Sunday School .— 10:30 a. m Worship Service . 11:30 a. m HAROLD ERICKSON WAR LAND Church services will be held in the Grange Hall at Warland at 7:30 each Sundav evening, with Rev. Wm. C. Stearns of Libby in charge, startin g on Sundav October 3rd. CHURCH ST. LUKES Arch Deacon of Helena, will be in Libby Sunday, October 3 to con duct service at 7:00 p. m. There will be a meeting of the Vestry after th e service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Sunday Service at 11 a. m. The Subject of the service is "Reality" Sunday School at 10 a. m. TROY METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Wm. C. Steams, Pastor Sunday; 9:00 a. m. - Worship 10:45 a. m. - Sunday School Thursday : 7:00 p. m. - Choir Practice (at the School) A GREAT COMBINATION FOR YOUR FARM WORK * A A ■A 1 1 » 1 1 is AND i/0 FARM EQUIPMENT We can now make fairly prompt delivery GAREY MOTOR COMPANY Kalispell, Montana Ï S _ _ I |B4V| SIP HhUIp I SUNDAY SERVICES; cVLdav School . 9:45 a. m. Missionare Sunday - Missionary j opening. Missionary atmosphere, ^ * Missionary news! Don't I „L £ Wo rship ! ! :0O a .m A • Service . 7:00 p. m., Evangelistic . 8:00 p. m. : w | dN esDAY: | R lease Time classes 8 45 a. m. Worker - s Conference 7:00 p. m. Bible Studv & Prayer 8:00 p. m. THU p SDAY: ' 1 Womens Missionary Council— will be an all day session I * ladies are requested to bring a pot-luck. Cars will be leaving the .church at 10:30la. m. The Council will be at the home of Mrs. Esbon Bache. LEON H. AYERS, Pastor L.bbv. »..to. tr()Y ASSEMB LY OF GOD Sun d ay School in Troy at the M H a ii a t 10:00 a. m. every go morning . classes for all ««« sponsored by the Log Church ^ Éibby. Classes will be conducted bv Mr. and Mrs. Kellv Rayson •* -— — Masses every Sunday, 8:00 and ; 0:00 a. m. ! Confessions Saturday evenings, ' ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH 30 to 8:30. Baptisms by appointment. Holy Days of Obligation Masses | .1 7:15 and 8:00. I ! FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH 9:45 a. m. - Sunday School. The Junior Ladies' Aid meets at j 7:30 p m.. October 7, at the church. Mrs. Edwin M. Olson, hostess. 1 John Appelgren. Deacon, ï ! ST. MARY'S CHURCH Troy Mass will be held in Troy from October to May at 9:30 a. m. j the 2nd and 4th Saturday of ! t^e month. on LIBBY METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Wm. C. Stearns, Pastor Sunday: 9-45 a . m . - Sunday School 11;0 o a. m. - Worship (Tuesday: g QO p. m.—Address by Rev. H. M. Hilliard, Superintendent of the p ue rto Rico Mission of the Meth odist Church. He will tell of the, work in that mission field as ht has seen it over the past several The public is cordially in years, vited. Wednesday: • 8,45-10.45 a. m. - Released Time Classes 7:30 p. m. - Methodist Youth Fel loweship. Friday: (Oct. 15) Junior W. S. C. S. meets with Mrs. Medwin Ward. ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) (Church Calendar - Oct. 7-13) THURSDAY; 8:00 p. m. - Ladies' Aid (Home of Mrs. Richard Neils) FRIDAY: 400 p- m. - Children's Confirma tion Classes, i SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m.—Children's Service & Sunday School 10:00 a. m. - Bible Classes 11:00 a. m. - Divine Worship Service 12:15 d. m. - Quarterly Congrega tion Meeting. Monday thru Friday (Oct. 11-15) TOM DAVIS DISCUSSES CAMPAIGN PROMISES Butte Montana—Tom J. Davis is pointing to a campaign promise which he has kept to the letter. ,.j n tbe beginning of this cam ipaign," he said, "I told the petjple of Montana that you have a right to know who 1 am. for what I stand and what I intend to do as United states Senator for Montana." f ., ..... tbat vou have a rieht t0 know 'that record, private and oublie because from my record you î.-ould' be able to determine the things which you might expect from me as j serV e vou as United States se notor for Montana." , rec-dline these campaign pled n Republican nominee If® thf . Unitec i States Senate f n " inted to the fact that he had f r °SL more thin 15 000 in his success f u i pr imarv campaign and is nearing the en d Q f a n even great! er car £ paign schedule in his drive for votes in the November 2 elec tion. "I have emphasized that taxes,. must be reduced, if our nation is not to be driven into bankruptcy, worse still, taken into totalitarian hands and ideologies," said Mr. Davis. "I have emphasized that the people of Montana cannot be social-1 ized or regimented into prosperity land happiness. I have said, without [quibbling, pussyfooting or evasion that I was completely and unalter - ably opposed to regimentation or [socialization of any individual, any profession, any industry. That it is and was my positive conviction that or the function of government is gov-1 ernment—and that our government should not compete with private en terprise, where private enterprise was wining and able to provide jdd facilities ." District Convention at Great Falls Wednesday Morning: Release-time Classes ARTHUR O. WERFELMANN. Pastor. Do This for Head-Cold Stuffiness! 1 I j ^ va-tro-nol In Ÿ C each nostril—you'll feel J V yo ur cold-stuffed nose / Xt start to open up and give you wonder ful relief from sniffly head-cold distress, Va-tro-nol acts so fast because It works right where trouble is. It relieves stuffy congestion, and makes breathing If used in time, Va-tro-nol hell easier. _ ps pre vent many colds from developing! Try it! Vicks Va-tro-nol Nose Drops. y \ % &;V *5 vV V f ■ 0 .4 K I k Wf I jft ■ 'Ifl : ■ : i ■ r ■' m , 1 First "call for fall / v ■ tion of OIL-PLATING. For N»* con tains a special, added ingredient that actually OIL-PLATES your engine's working parts .. . fastens an extra film of lubricant to cylinder walls ... pro tects you from "dry" friction starts . . . from sludge and carbon due So for better winter driving, call on your Conoco Mileage Merchant . . . y longer with dirtv old summer motor oil. Swing your cai into the nearest Conoco station and change to v. inter-grade N'* Motor Oil. Lighter winter-grade N ,A gives you faster starts. Saves you wear on the bat tery when you step on the starter. What's more, a change to Conoco N /A Motor Oil gives you the extra protec Don't fiddle around an § \ At w. to wear. Make a date to Oil-Plate ! Copyright 1948, Continental Oil Company —p STANDARD MOTORS Distributors Continental Oil Co. Products DRIVES MOOSE INTO CORRAL An interesting encounter with a Moose was experienced by Joe Ku and E. Haser of the Hofert Ijawa . . . , . (Christmas tiee mdustn last week i -vnearHar.rv^Wav effsTanSf ; count > near Harn, VN a.Uettj, ranch. The moose preceded their car some distance, turning into the drive-way at the Waylett place and I ending up in the corral there. Mr. j Kujawa related that they kept their | distance being fully aware of the temper of the horned animal, even j when he was cornered, An unusual physical characteris | tic of the estimated 1000 pound 1 anima! was that his horns were ) webbed near the skull as is cus 1 ternary but they drooped down by I the side of the jaw instead of stand | mg erect, j GIVES ADVICE TO I YANK GRUMBLERS ■■ Butte—(U.R) I have the wrong attitude, in the opin American grumblers , . .. , . ... .. ! ion of an Indlan doctor and his Wlfe - j Dr. Vinay B. Bhargar and his | j P ai g^ election eve | Butte. j- Mr. Davis will wind up his cam for United States Senator in his home town of j 1 ! j i I There is fer more involved in the ques tion of tox reduction than the immediate relief for the taxpayers, important though that is. Continuation of fhe present ruin ous war-time rates during the third year after the war constitutes a serious threat to the integrity of government. History shows that a continued collect ing of income taxes in excess of twenty per cent leads a notion into bankruptcy . . or in a distinctly totalitarian direction. Le:'s stop falsifying about the reason for the hijh cost of living, and place 25% of it cu taxes, where it properly belongs." // ! ; ( ! ! // TOM I. DAVIS REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE for fhe UNITED STATES SENATE Fc d pel. CGV. b, Devis for So-.ctcr Club, Mrs. Ed Shco, Secretory, But»« wife, who live near Bombay, India, said in Butte recently that "Amer- ! icans complain too much. There is I for The Ind-lthe excuse grumbling." "*1 I . J m* The driver of thit ear teat killed became he teat driving loo fat! for condition !." Rounding a curve on damp, tlippery pavement, hit machine tkidded off the road and rolled over and over down the tide of a tteep embankment; finally came to rett nghl-tide-up with the driver cruthed in the wreckage. Staled tpeed hmilt apply only to overage condiliont. and a tafe tpeed at ordinary timet can be a very dancerout tpeed in bad weather. The law hat a right to e*p*c, drive bet ou stated tpeed limit! when tpecial condition» motorists to Jd'mnn'i it • ian couple said a trip to Europe and Asia would convince Amen cans that they are lucky to live in U. S.