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The Western News Devoted to the Development ^ Libby, and of Lincoln County Libby, Lincoln County, Bft> nt ana Thursday. October 14. 1948 O^'OAL **OOi£ N,® \V* VOLUME XLVIII < Number 22 WILL SEE FIRST LIBBY FOOTBALL GAME AT NIGHT Saturday evening at 8:00 o'clock Libby football fans will witness the first home game to be plaved under artificial lighting. The Libby Ter riers will defend their undefeated record against the Whitefish Bull dogs. During the half, entertain ment will be furnished by the Twirlers, the "L" will be lit; also at this time the home-coming queen will be crowned. Four girls, Dolly Ur.dall, Marchita Beccari, Kate Church and Thelma Rolseth were chosen as candidates and the popu larity vote which will be taken Fri day the 15th by the L. H. S. student body will determine who will wear the crown. Representatives from the Pepto miss .student council, and the foot fall team, with Lloyd Midyett as their chairman are acting as com mittees to organize the program and activities for the annual football homecoming celebration which is to be held this Friday and Saturday, October 15 and 16. The program will be similar to that of the 1946 homecoming, begin ning Friday, October 15 at 7:30 with the snake dance which will form in front of the high school (no one knows where it will end.) After the snake dance everyone will re turn to the school. The annual pep rally, sponsored by the Peptomiss will be held at the rear of the high school building where the bonfire will be lit. The rally will consist of yells, speakers, songs and per haps a skit. Saturday at twelve noon the Peptomiss plan to spon sor a luncheon at the Surprise Cafe to which all Peptomiss Alumni are invited. The present Peptomiss will contact manv of the alumni but it they should overlook anyone the girls would appreciate her presence. If someone has been overlooked, please contact the Peptomiss presi dent. Thelma Rolseth, by calling 99-J so that arrangements can be made accordingly. At four o'clock that same afternoon a parade will leave the school and proceed down Mineral Avenue to the football field where the floats will be left on display. After the game the Peptomiss will sponsor a dance in the gym for the Terriers, Bulldogs, students and Alumni. Music will be furnished bv an orchestra and the admission will be twenty-five cents. The students of Libby high are. working conscientiously to make this homecoming a success, and the Alumni and citizens of the town will do their utmost by attending the game and backing the Terriers it will help immensely. NATIONAL FOREST STUMPAGES SOLD During the past two weeks Na tional Forest timber was sold, as reported by the Supervisor's office, to the J. Neils Lumber Co. The sales were for 6,250 lodgepole pine poles located in McGinnis Creek and 5,500 lodgepole pine and Doug last fir poles located in Elk Creek. Both of these chances are in the Fisher River District. The J. Neils Lumber Co. was the successful bidder on the sawtimber in Camp Creek near Troy for 3, 050,000 bd. ft. of Douglas fir, 560, 000 bd. ft. of larch, 550,000 bd. ft. of white pine, 200.000 bd. ft. of ponderosa pine and 320,000 bd. ft. of hemlock and white fir. Stumpage prices bid in for this chance were as follows; $5.00 per M for larch and Douglas fir, $18.00 per M for white pine, $10.00 per M for ponderosa pine and $3.00 per M for hemlock and white fir. In addition to the stumpage, $2.00 for stand improvement and $1.25 for slash disposal for each species was charged. Three and one-half miles of high standard logging road will be re quired to log this chance in Camp Creek. Following is the weather report as furnished through the courtesy of WEATHER REPORT OF THE PAST WEEK the Libby Ranger Station: Date H L Pr. Oct. 7 67 29 .00 Oct. 8 63 26 .00 Oct. 11 69 19 .00 Oct. 12 67 33 .00 Oct. 13 .64 36 .00 The Myhrs Sell Evergreen Mote! Mr. and Mrs. L. D, Myhr have sold the Evergreen Motel to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Flemmer who will take possession Thursday, Oct. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Myhr have operated the Motel since Sept. 10, 1943 when it was a small tourist cabin camp, known as the Dalton Cabins. In 1945 they built an addition of four modern apartments and re-named the business "The Evergreen Motel." It is a very attractive corner and a credit to the city of Libby. Mr. and Mrs. Flemmer are new comers to Libby, formerly of Buelah and Cooperstown, No. Dak., where they were engaged in the hotel business. Mrs. Flemmer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Chifeon. Mr. Flemmer is a World War II veteran having served in the U. S. Navy as a first class petty officer, engaged in five major battles both in the Atlantic and the Pacific. The transaction was made thru the Maurer Realty Company and is the largest made in Lincoln County for some time. DEER SEASON TO OPEN TOMORROW There has been considerable bustle and preparation during the past week in anticipation of the big game season which opens on deer tomorrow morning in Lincoln county in common with the most of the open section throughout the state. In addition to deer, the opening also applies to grizzly bear which, are protected except during the reg ular big game season. The black (and brown) bear season opened April 15 and runs till the closing of the regular big game season Nov ember 15. Last year deer hunting was poor in Lincoln County up until the last few days of the season, rains and no snow earlier allowing the white tail deer to keep in the brush and feed on mushrooms, while the lack of snow failed to drive the muledeer down from the high country and more inaccessible territories. The season promises to start with dry, hard hunting this year. The dates include from October 15 to November 15. Remember, see ant lers before you shoot! To Check Deer Kill In Lincoln County During '49 Season Jack Schmautz and Ade Zajanc. | who are with the state fish & game department, state there have been three checking stations set up in Lincoln County and a fourth sta tion adjacent to Lincoln county in Flathead for checking out all deer killed during the big game season. The purpose of the checking sta tions is not for law enforcement purposes but to find out the dition of the deer, the numbers taken during the season and other data of conservation interest. The Lincon County stations will be at Teepee Springs guard station the Yaak road; at the junction of the Fisher River Road and U. S. 2 at foot of Ek Hill: where the Stry ker Road leaves U. S. 93 in the northeast part of the countv; and in Flathead County near the McGregor cut-off to Lost Prairie. All local sportsmen who make kills and have not reported them at one ' of these stations quested to make reports at the checking stations in their respective communities, these stations con • Ti are re if _ . . _ Democratic Representative Mike Mansfield, John Bonner, democratic candidate for Governor and Arnold Olsen, candidate for Attorney Gen eral, were visitors in Libby Wed nesday, after returning from a dem ocratic rally in the Moose Hall in Iroy where they addressed a large gathering in behalf of their can didacy. During their brief visit in Libby, they discussed campaign strategy with members of the County Dem ocratic Central Committee and visit ed with friends. They then de parted for Eureka where another rally was held before an enthusiastic crowd. After the meeting they left for Kalispell, accompanied by Smith Mc Neill, Chairman of the Lincoln Co. Democratic Central Committee. Chet's Cabins, Libby; Makins Ser vice Station. Troy; and Wetzel's Service Station, Eureka. Demo Candidates Come to Libby MISS GEORGE, ELLSWORTH A. BARR REPEAT VOWS IN CARMEL RITES In a quiet ceremony at the Church of the Wayfarer in Carmel, Miss Mildred George of Santa Clara be came the bride of Ellsw'orth A. Barr of Menlo Park. The newlyweds are now' at home to their friends at 1031 Noel St.. Menlo Park. They have just re turned from their honeymoon stay jin Carmel arjd other Monterev Peninsula points, The Rev. K. Fillmore Gray of feiated at the informal afternoon ceremony, which was followed by a luncheon for the wedding party and guests at Pine Inn in Carmel. The bride wore a ballerina suit of pink-biege tone and complemented it with navy accessories and sage of orchids. The matron of honor, Mrs. Wil liam B. George, sister-in-law of the bride, wore a powder blue suit with black accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. The bride's mother attended in a two-piece navy ensemble with which she wore white accessories and a gardenia corsage. The bride groom's mother was unable to at tend. Baskets of gold-toned gladioli banked the altar for the service. Only guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. George, Miss Patricia George. Donald George, Mr. and Mrs. John Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chaney, Mrs. G. W. Coleman and Mrs. William B. George Sr. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. William B. George Sr. and the late Mr. George. She is a graduate of San Jose State College, where she was affiliated with Phi Kappa Pi (now Gamma Phi Beta), Tau Gam ma and Delta Kappa Phi. She a member of Black Maskue, senior women's honor society. She is now an instructor in Santa Clara Inter mediate School. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. John Thede of Libby, Mont., and received his education in Montana schools. a cor was ILibby Woman's Club Discusses Woman's Status and Rights I | _ The Libby Woman's Club ! Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. J ) Johnston presiding and Mrs. D. linger acting as Secretary. After j the salute to the flag the club lect was repeated in unison. Star Spangled Banner was with Mrs. A. E. Blackwell at piano. Mrs. Hiatt, Mrs. Edstrom and Mr* Cann were introduced and woe corned as new members. A shof business meeting followed. Mrs. Barkee reported on Garden Club activities. The Libby Garde* Club received the first prize at KaJ* ispell and received the first aware in the parade at the Lincoln County Fair. The representatives of Libby Garden Club to MissouU stayed with Mrs. Ripley at Ariel and had a delightful time. skim milk for tomatoes and petunia*« was recommended. Mrs. Barkee gave other reminiscences of her trip to New York and her attendance the Garden Club at Cornell Univer sity. Mrs. Hepner says that the comf munity conscience in Libby is sung wakening. Mrs. Phillips, acting chairman the program committee talked women's rights and privileges a put on a quiz program. Mrs. Sherman read impressive® ? poenl on Columbus by Joaqui* MllIer ' Smith McNeill, the lawyer, spoke on women's status and legal rights able to be enforced by law, Worn cn's rights today, according to Mr. McNeill, are equal to that of men and in many ways are superior;, She can vote, she can serve on jury. and can engage in any kind of business. According to law any restrictions placed on her are for the benefit of women. Since the time o£ Columbus there have been great advancement for women and they: are better off than men The speak«' er hopes that women will still have all the rights they now have and still stay on the pedestal they oc«' °upy. Then followed a discussiotf which was highly informative, in-' teresting and oft-times decidedly humorous. Mr. McNeill was very much appreciated and we hope that he will speak to us again. ; The program closed with a pian« solo, Vienese Dance, by Inez Rate-I kin. She responded to an encorl with Alt Wein. The Lincoln County Abstract Co. was back yesterday in its regular office at the Masonic building for the first time since the latter Dart of August. The office however has an entirely new and different look than it had several months a en Mr. Phillips has been given a door opening directly into the suite of office rooms which consist of the abstract company's room Oliver Phillips separate law office in ad dition to the storage vault and a lavatory. The walls of both of fices are finished in knottv nim. presenting a very attractive aonear ance. The rooms are finished P W îth a wood film ceiling and arnkZoS by fluorescent light fixtures office has three windows w hS gives plenty of natural light ing the day. g 1 dur ~ The offices The Phillips Have Attractive Office l„„ . , , , are heated by over -, f at from the build fpmnorJhf oil burning furnace, the fW P thor^ re *°f the room being un contr °l t n it nil t'hhhps states he intends to counter 40-mches high a room wh.-lv, est ?, nd , of , the Abstract . ' . cb . ) J vlB also be of knotty fonth f 1 • a ga *e at the wish adm , lttmg clients who t'ff"™ 1 the law office beyond the abstract room. y na I I • . P LlVG00000" Em IT1P rf n >£.11 Klt'PÇ UffflKüi« (Z Vt-lUUci O a At a c , ai 3 d ^ c Dght ceremony the evening of October 6. at the Moth odist Church in Missoula rIv' Spaulding read the weddinê at a double ring ceremony for M « Lois Livengood and Leonard svT mert. The attendants were the sister and husband, Mr and Mr-V' Clarence Beagle of Missoula in marriage by her fathm- +u Lover wore a white suit with hrA« he bndl series and a corsage of n ^ roses and stepanati« p nk rapture The bride's attendant wac h in blue with grev aeL« dressed wore a corsage of v*l£«T nes and stephanatis y w roses and The bride is the youns.o d u ter of Sheriff and'Mr« 6 ^ dau ßh of Libby, is a graduate nflw en i.°° l1 eka high school and Lc k Eur ployed as stenographer fnr ew!? em : year and a half for attorned ïî e p ? st and McDonald at K£ffin Iur S£ y groom is the son of MV ' E. M. Emmert of Kalisn!^ ^ rK graduate of the 15 a high school and f ^ ount . v in the navv d ed four years Just the immediate relatives ol the couple were present. After the ceremony all returned to the Beagle home where a three-tier wedding cake adorned the table After thf bride and groom cut the cake Sd rl Mr Rh R de ' f iSter ° f the groom and Mrs Beagle presided at the 1UI A C i? table ; After a honeymoon on the coast the couple will return to Kalispell where they will make their future home. lur Mrs Modern Arts Club Hosts to Takima of "Oy Tuesday Eve. 1 * t ,. in „. ,, i' Piup enter Tii >• i. . Takima Club of Troy 4 „ S r n! ^ l! at the V. F. W. ln« K ! ' rooms. Tlie Libby Club l aS s ^ ar Pcmng its wits for rink-. 1 « Ret CVtn With the Trov v-iuds Pirate Don and the long walk i l , •°°' i Libby on a year ago. So \ modern Arts Club decided to en terlain Troy with a circus and to meir surprise the Takima girls came up m amazing circus costumes % and ac ted accordmgy. winning the costume prizes. After the salute to the flag and tfle singing of America a short busi ness meeting was held It was agreed that the club would assist Wjth the Red Cross drive in March. j Also, to sponsor the seven little Brownie groups. Modern Arts Presi Driwjdent Lillian Morton welcomed the troy dub members, seventeen in number. Inez Ratekin then gave a most interesting report of the State federation convention at Billings la st May. Miss Ratekin is second I vice-president of the State Fcdcra tion. She reported on outstanding speakers and their messages, and also on the social affairs. Florence Larson was chairman for the evening's entertainment and was assisted by Lois Brown. Sylvia Me Grew Wanda DuPont. Irene Heise, nuth Foster. Loraine Peterson. Juv «apley. Eileen Lovick. and Helen Ramsev. The 9 The ringmaster was a cutely mustachcd June Hileman. The [mst act was Jeanic Tuple's Tumb '^rs, the second was an exceedingly clever trip around the world. The third feature was a peanut hunt accompanied by wild animal cries. The audience was astonished at soe tng a "floating woman" (Ruth Fos J®r) Pass through the room. Helen Ramsey and Berniece Larson, in na tive costume, put on a Hawaiian hula dance and verv generously sponded to an encore. Beryl Bleich, Ruth Foster. Lois Brown, and Eileen Lovick convulsed everyone with their portrayal of the crooked mouth family. This skit ended with the hilarious deluging of the audience With rotten eggs, Gladyee Boggess and Stella Reid were cigarette girls > n exotic costumes. The side at tractions were very clever, Duplicate first prizes for costumes went to Mrs. Mahlon Drury and . Evelyn Bissell trom frov. Honor able mention went to Connie Bur-( ipee re Evelyn Bissell was notable ftf* only for her costume hut foi ner acting throughout the evening. She had a wonderful book on ex hibition "What every woman should know," Needless to say. she was a [popular woman of mystery. Mrs. I Wahlen Drury with her wagon and pcd P 5anu * s created a sensation The evp ning ended with the ser y mg bot d& S s ' coffee and Pink le monadc by the hostesses. Beryl Bleicb > Dorothy Williams, Gladyee Bo Sgess, Lois Brown, Laura Eridi cott - Trudy Wood, Velora Bloom, Kat hleen Belangie, Stella Reid, Lois Shaurette. and Pauline Simurdak. There is no question but that the Troy girls are the jolliest girls in the State of Montana and that the Bib hy girls were delighted to be tbeir hostesses, ■* Complete Athletic Field Lighting It is just a matter of a very short time before the dream of a bunch of veterans will come true, as with in a week the job of installing the flood lights on the athletic field will be completed: in fact Saturday, Oct. 16 is the date set to sav "There they are «" provided of course that a little volunteer labor is forth-coming Special credit for the installation goes to the J Neils Lumber Com P an y: to Larry Bellows, manager of Hhe Montana Light and Power Com l pa ny of Troy in helping secure sup , plies and material: to Bill Erick ron. John Ledum. Jim Archer. Joe ( [Archer and to some members of the j [football team who have been donat-|mfc ing their services. 1 to the Veterans but not ! ■ast, «f Foreign Wars we give three I inR . tho instigators ' ;,nd u raising the necess the merchants and 1 fo ',„ t . heir contributions ! When completed, this project will j stand out as an example of what *' an be accomplished for the bene-; 1 °l Libby wht 'n the people make i U P their minds and work together. 1 " DANGERS MEET AT WARLAND T ° STTl ' DY PIN ' E CTLTIXG , r 4 . „ District Ranger ■ t»f the K tenai Natlonal Forest, the Super vlsor and hls stafT and timber man agement personnel will meet at |^ arland a " d Rexford on Wednes ida% and Thursday of this week. 1 The purpose of the meeting is >primarily for study of ponderosa p -l n lf u ^i ng P rac tices. «vith ernpha ÿ!S on insect control and regenera U °H after cu " ing - Christmas tree V utting Rffc^ces and needle cast lu ngus will also be studied. . Mr - Ja . m R s c _- Evenden officer .in charge of the Insect Laboratory lo iated at Coeur d'Alene, Ida., under the Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine and his assistant. Mr. Phil Johnson, will attend to give technical advice on forest in sect problems. The Regional For ester's office of the Forest Service, at Missoula, will also be repre sented. i-s for be •nc the project funds, and tions an M r - and Mrs. Preston left Monday ,0 s P end the week in Post Falls, Id 3 -* where they are visiting their daughter and husband, Mr, and Mrs. I E. F. Gardner. ROLSETH-NELSON WEDDING SUNDAY „ A most impressive ceremony wa [solemnized Sunday. Oct 10. at 3:00 P- m., by the Rev. A. O. Werfel | mann in St. John's Lutheran Church in Libby. The church was beauti fully decorated with Chrysanthe mums in fall colors, with gold and rust predominating. Miss Jennie Rolscth. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Rolseth of this city, was united in marriage to Mr. Frank A, Nelson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Nelson of Helena. Montana, The bride was beautiful. She wore the wedding gown of her closest friend. Mrs. Richard Brin ton. The gown was of heavy white satin with a dropped neckline inset w ith net edged in lace. She carried an orchid surrounded by a bou 9 uc t of shattered carnations and stephanotis. The bride was attended by her sisters, Miss Borghild Rolseth as maid of honor and Miss Thelma Rolseth as bridesmaid. Their dresses were of faille rust and gold respec tively, each girl wearing a small headband of gold and rust straw flowers and carried nosegays of cor responding flowers. Mr. Robert Davidson of Great Falls acted as best man. Ushers were Mr. Albert Rolseth. brother of the bride and Mr. Richard Brm ton. The bride was given in mar riage by her father, Mr. Ole Rol seth. Mrs. Ole Rolseth, the bride's mother, wore an ensemble of brown crepe with pale pink accessories and her corsage was of pink rose buds. Mrs. Nelson, mother of the groom, was attired in a dress of forest green crepe with matching accessories and she wore orchid. Before the ceremony .sie was played by Mr George Neils. The processional. "The Lord My Shepherd Is." was sung bv the choir, who also sang "Blessed Jesus" during the service. After the wed ding vows were spoken. Mrs. Wal ter Neils sang "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Nelson attended the Libby school and one semester at Pacific Lutheran College in Tacoma, Wash. Since then she has been employed at the First State Bank of Libby. The groom attended the schools in Helena and is a graduate of the Uni versity of Montana and is now em . . _ ployod by thl> J ' Ne,ls Lumber Com ' pa " y ' a brown j sacred mu A reception was held at the V. F. W. Club, Mrs. C. E. McCallum and Mrs. H. J. Haynes, sisters of the bride, poured coffee and served the three-tiered wedding cake. Mrs. Robert Davidson was in charge of the guest book and Mr. Archie Mmdc served punch. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, Jr.. left immediately after the reception for a two weeks wedding trip to points east. Mrs. Nelson wore a gabar dine suit of fall green with brown and white accessories. Out-of-town guests who attended the wedding were: Mrs. Carrie Korizek. grandmother of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Nelson of Helena, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Gunkel and daughter Marilyn of Butte. Roberta Atkinson of Missoula. Mr and Mrs. Robert Davidson of Great Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Bingham, Helena, Mr. and Mrs. A. A Knebs of Missoula. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Daugharty of Kalispell, Miss Ida Daugharty of Spokane. Mr. Robert Whiteley of Coeur d'Alene, Ida., Mr. Albert Rolseth of Moscow, Ida., Mrs. H. J. Haynes of Los Angeles. Calif., and Mrs. C. E. McCallum and Jimmy of Yakima, Wash. Mr. and Mr. Frank Nelson. Sr., and Mr. Frank Nelson, Jr., enter tained members of the immediate families and members of the wed ding party at a dinner Saturday evening at the Surprise Cafe GIRL SCOUT PATROLS HOLD MEETINGS Patrol with th Badge a clo.-.i The Lily if the Valiev Girl Scout ; October ! Shaurette. ed. Meet w'ere IL Monday met leader M TO discu: ll'US VI :i fter 'which game; pl nd lunch served I a «rott; Scribe. ■nen Buttercup Patrol I!. 1 ( [meeting, new fas follows: President, C armen pondelick: vice president. Su -r L, Due. secretary. |Carol Lou Boggess, treasurer. Gloria | Pre tun: senbe. Janece Welton For refreshments, candy were served and the meeting ad i | j ou rned —Janece Welton. Scribe. The Morning Glory Patrol met at the home of Mrs Geneva Down m „ October 6. for the election of offlcers . The following were elected; Prt . sl dent, Pat Switzer: Secretary, j ov f'air St. Marie; Treasurer, Jo j Ann Downing. Mrs. Downing is ou; . Scout leader and we decided to h , lki our meeting on Friday's after s( . ho( ,i. Our work will be on Arts ami crafts. Tastv refreshments were served after the meeting adjourned.—Joy Fair St. Mane, reporter, - X RAY WELL RECEIVED .. , v D .. The T. B. Mobile X-Ra> unit which was operated in Troy, Thurs da >' and Friday of last week met with hearty response from the corn munity. Workers from all civic and ' other organizations gave of their time. In all there were 526 person s ex-rayed. Mrs. Richard Russell and Mrs. J, Y. Shawl went to Spokane the first of the week to visit an optomet rist. "P Lnil Scout !. in the V F W. club 1 n< m*'t October i room with th« Nine girls . I ,, m . leader. Mis. Bleich At this!, ■re elected nt • it* nfTii PROMISE OIL ON U. S. 2 IN '49 SAYS WINKLER In another letter to State Repre sentative C'hailes D Rowe. A F. Winder of Kalispoll. chairman of the Montana Highway Commission, has more to say regarding highway plans for this district Mr. Winkler writes that he has just returned from a meeting of the highway com mission in Helena, and adds; "In discussing the forest highway projects in your area with Mr. Mar tin of the Public Roads Administra tion. he advised me that he hoped to let a contract for the oiling of the Yaak Hill section on No. 2 west of Troy early this spring to assure its completion during the next oil ing season. Also he again assured me that the six miles on the Nyberg contract would be corrected as soon as oiling weather arrived In the meantime the states forces, with funds furnished by PRA., will do the best that we can in maintain ance." V. F. W. Auxiliary Presents Fun For You October 28-29 Arrangements have been mad« by the VFW for the presentation October 28-29 at Libby Junior High School of the new musical stage show "Fun for You." This brilliant production is called the Atomic Bomb of Amateur En tertainment and is an impersonation et those flight net w.«rk shows on thi radio. There will be an inf the Children's luring the "Tell Me a Stop Sant: impersonation Story Hour, fea Lady." Prince Claus Cinderella Charming, and Joe Kelly the Quiz Master. Other local people will imper sonate such famous celebrities as Dr. I. Q., Harry Von Zell. Duke of Paducah. Minnie Pearl. Uncle Ezra, and many other favorites The Barn Dance Scene will be one of variety including old time square dancing, special entertainers and musicians Prominent business and profes sional men will burlesque Betty Grable, Lana Turner, Gravel Gertie, Mac West and Gypsy Rose Lee—As they impersonate glamorous gals having breakfast in Hollywood. "The Breakfast in Hollywood'' scene will also follow the pattern of the popular radio show in so much as ladies in the audience will be awarded prizes for the goofiest hats; a wishing ring lady will be chosen; corsages awarded to the eldest lady present, and a Good Neighbor of Libby will be presented. Throughout the show there will be specially costumed singers and dancing choruses with unpersona tions of everything from Frank Sinatra to a singing commercial The entire show ends with a big production number which tells the History of the Nation in song and tableau. Mrs. Hilbird. president of the or ganization says that the show has come highly recommended as it has met with outstanding other communities been staged. It is something entire ly different in home talent for this show the audience has a chance to participate and win the Quiz program and scenes in the show. It blends all typos of entertainment and is pack ed with music, laughs, and fun for all ages of people in the community. It is suggested you mark the dates —October 28-29- <«n for we success in where it has I ■< awards in Variety you calendar promise if you do it will be "Fun For You." LEGION EXPECTS RECORD TERN OCT Commander Franc:. of the Austin Reedy American Legion states t! poets a record turn out , inair es at the next r the Post Thursday, tat the V. F W Post club i •C Post X 07 ne ex - .egion ular meeting Oetobei'2 !, ms. 0 f _ » | hlGVCS Enter the t „ . NBrnrPfIVPC rn DrOTG This Patroijinten.se due U generated anticipation interest the by the sing a acquir i e>tablish Proposed plans building fm the pure! a ,T meeting hi and mg ; Hosed dub. a Sometime after midnight Sunday, October 10, Hargreaves' Store was broken into through the rear side door which had been nailed shut. It is believed that at least two men committed the burglary as the only article taken was a steel cab inet. containing the retords of the store's accounts, which was far too heavy for one man to handle The exact time of the robbery has not been determined but it is be lieved it occurred sometime after midnight as the night patrolman reports, at that time he had made his rounds and that there was no signs of activity in or around the store. The theft was discovered Mon day morning by Mr. Hargreaves when he opened his store for the days business. An investigation is under way, but up to this time no arrests have been made. Mrs. L. E. Yaple went to White fish Saturday to visit her father. K. H. Field, while Mrs. Field is in Spokane.