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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Allen Goodgame of Troy was in Libby Monday. Don Hunter of Greenough spent the week-end at Rawlings Ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Shaurette returned Sunday from Spokane. D. F. Fewkes of Troy was a Lib by visitor Monday. Court will be in session Friday, December 17. W. G. Seims was a business visit or in Spokane last week. Frank Wegner left Friday to visit relatives on the west coast. John Lahr, Field Supervisor, Public Welfare Department of Mis soula was in Libby Tuesday. —V. F. W. Meetings the 1 st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at the club. Mrs. Ruby Morris left Sunday for Warland where she will make her future home. • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ott, former Libby residents are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman . Anderson returned Sunday from a ten day visit to the west coast. Walter Miller of Whitefish visited in Libby Friday with Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Harrison. Mrs. W. J. Harris and daughters, Mary and Leone spent several days in Spokane last week. —Call on your "Avon Dealer for Holiday gifts at 511 Dakota Ave., Phone 64. 30-3t Mac Petrusha left Thursday morning for Ironwood, Mich., called there by the death of his brother. A car load of Pontiac cars was delivered to the C & H Service Sta tion this week. John J. Green, 17. has enlisted in the Army Air Force for a per iod of three years, and is stationed at Sheppards Field. Tex. ' Donald C. Green, 19, has enlisted in the U. S. Navy for a period of three years, and will be stationed at San Diego, Calif. A1 Richards suffered a broken collar bone in an auto accident in Puyallup, Wash. Mr. Richards was there visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John O. Ferguson of Spokane drove in Monday to spend a few days with Mrs. Fer guson's aunt. Mrs. Leo Welch. —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th of each month. H. B. Wallace and Smith Mc Neill plan- to leave this week for Helena, to attend a special meet ing of Montana Democrats. Dougald Gilchrist returned to his home in Warland this week after spending several weeks in the hos pital in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Len Homann and Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Buck) Nel son and Mrs. George Smith were Kalispeil visitors last week. The South Libby Store has in stalled a new gondola for better display of its groceries. The new fixture adds much to the effective ness of the grocery department. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Oinholt announce the arrival of a seven pound son, who has been named Ralph Wynn. Mrs. Omholt was the former Catherine Orr of Libby. Mr. and Mrs. George Weikum of Brady, have been visiting their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harold Decker, in Libby this week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johnson ex pect to leave tomorrow for Hay ward, Calif., where they will visit for a few weeks at the home of their son, Wayne and wife. John Horne will represent the Libby Rod & Gun Club at the Mon tana Wildlife Federation meeting which will be held December 18-19 in Helena. John Huxley returned Sunday from a business trip in the east. Mr. Huxley is with the Zonolite Company. Mrs. Huxley returned to Libby from Butte, where she had been visiting. The Episcopal Guild met at the home of Mrs. E. L. Kemp Wed nesday evening for their Christmas After the program, gifts exchanged and a delicious party. were lunch served. For . . . ßktiötmaö SHOP HERE! 'tit* CHOOSE RECORDS . . . Over 5000 to choose from. A good assortment of Children's Albums of unbreakable Records. Record Albums of Classical, Modern & Old Time Music. . . . For your see our Hand-made bracelets & Wrist Watches. selection stock of Rings, BOWKER DIST. Phone 241 - Libby , jiHK ««*** 1 ****® 81 —— »„ ^ R. R, Veldman u -.c t visitor last week " n Srok™» US .u° SS conferred with R. p Starr ' of Seattle. Western traffic manager nf thc Grcat Northern Railroad S Co. —For your needs don * The R. N. A. Lodge will hold a Christmas Tree program Deoetn ber 22, 7:30 sharp. All' juvenile members of the camp and them parents are invited, as well The Royal Neighbors . Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. Walter Johnson Friday night at 8;00. Gifts will be exchanged for Christmas, Mrs. McQuien and Mrs. Howard Blanchard will act as assistant hos tesses. „ , servo as county treas urer, the appointment becoming of tective January 6 . 1949, and to con imue until the next general elec llon ' Pershine Goocela«- ...s« ; . tending ^fhcSl in DpnJlr at : Mondav to Sit n Ä èk" r . IVed vacation in I ihhv in Miller's Clot'hin assist 'P e here Clothing Store while ' 1 in Woodwork, seen us.—Libby Sash and Door.^Uf Kenneth Bigelow has been pointed to see others until ap W E. Mitchelf F B M '"'" and _ spent the week end m Big Fork. The Mitchell's had as their guests on Monday. Mrs. James Drew and her brother, Cash of Somers. Michael Mr and Mrs. C. (Red) Metcalf left last week to attend the wed ding of their daughter. Shirley, in Pullman. Wash., but were unable to reaph their destination due i" 6 ad conditions. to —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. as mem bers of the camp and their fanv dies. Bertha Krebs is in charge. Thc Brownie Scouts met at Mrs. Robert Stanleys home Thursday, December 9. Names were drawn exchange Christmas gifts. Judith Adkins is president. Gcrrie Ponde- , lick treasurer. Dorothy Huffman i scribe. , i Mr .and Mrs. Douglas Stickney 1 and son, Bob of Farragut, Ida., visit- j over the week end with friends , and relatives in Libby, returning | home Monday. Mrs. Stickney is j the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don | Hargreaves. LAST MINUTE... Christmas Suggestions I $2.50 VAN DYCK CIGARS, box of 25 CIGARETTES, Christmas Cartons SOCIETY CHOCOLATES. 1-lb. box SWEET S CHOCOLATES, 2-lb. box MEN S & CHILDREN S GLOVES & MITS 35c to $2.98 Values—Special Discount 15% MEN S GARTERS, pair . MEN'S & BOY'S SUSPENDERS 25c to $1.00 values—Special Discount 15% LADIES BOXED HANKIES 90c to $1.40 values—Special Discount 15% : 1.78 1.49 1.89 .48 SOUTH LIBBY PURITY STORE ; I V j i V Christmas will be cherries for many who will have the good fortune to receive a watch from our well known line including Hamiltons, Elgins and Bulovas exquisitely designed. • Diamond Rings—Registered and Insured. • 1847 Rogers Bros. Silver Plate - Service for Eight Necklaces, chokers, bracelets, ear rings, pearls, brooches, compacts and powderizers. Self-starting electric clocks—large mantel clock with Westminster Chimes, and planter clocks. Electric shavers, Sunbeam Mixmaster, crystal glassware, English Bone China tea cups and saucers. For the gifts you'll give with pride, let your jeweler be your guide. CALL FOR CALENDAR REFILLS Jewelry of Distinction" ; 1 V V i« IS I . if WELCH'S M I The store ef hettor «tmnonds. an 'Jß?* *•. THE Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur spent the week end in Spokane, Mr. and Mrs William Brouillard of Chester, came Thursday o. last i week to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kujawa. M* Brouillard is a brother of Mrs. Ku 1 iaua Hc has ' ecentl - v »"J" A a 3 f* Î '»vf 3 » °re'olans^areih'V ! at !^ , statos that futur I indefimte ! Mr. and Mrs. P V. Kitley expect to leave Friday for Seattle where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Dick Veldman before going to California to visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cain. Oakland, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kitley of Ocean Shell. The Kit leys also plan to visit the Imperial Valley and to cross over into Old Mexico before returning home. Frank Wegner left Friday for Port Orchard, Wash., where he ex pects to visit for a short time be fore starting south for Old Mexico and other points in the Southwest where he plans to spend the winter before returning home next spring. Mr. Wegner has made Libbv his home for the past fifty years, re cently selling his property in the Upper Granite Creek country. Mr. and Mrs. George Kidd of Seattle, came Monday to visit at the home of Mrs - Kidd ' s P arents - Mr. and Mr*. E - A - Rice ' and her brother. David Rice and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kidd, who were married last week in Seattle, plan to visit here about 10 days before leaving for Mexico, Mo., to visit Mr. Kidd's mother. They will go from Mis souri to El Paso, Tex., where Mr. Kidd will be stationed in the U. S. Army. Rev. J. Homer Magee, of Great Falls, the new District Superin tendent of the Glacier Park District of the Methodist Church, was the house guest of Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Stearns on Thursday and Friday of last week, while he was conduct ing thc First Quarterly Conference sessions of the Libby and Troy Methodist Churches. The Confer ences were held in conjunction with Fellowship Suppers, at which color movies of Montana wild-life, taken by David Stearns of Oakland, Cal., were shown. TERRIERS TO KALISPELL FRIDAY EVENING The game scheduled for the Lib by Terriers in Libby tomorrow night has been cancelled and thc Libby team will journey to Kalis pell to play the Reserves that even ing. The Terriers play Creston. B. C., December 21. Libby Junior High and Creston Junior High play the preliminary game. LIBBY MONTANA t-ombal training at Mt. Fuji, in .irt of Japan, is the order day for the 1st Cavalry ->nG Pvt. Robert Clough, Ir. and Mrs. Elmer Clough fl'ins intensive field firing ; ■ tical training that will keep lighting trim to do his bit security of the United States 1 PVT. CLOUGH UNDERGOING COMBAT TRAINING j ; the of i)r. son II s . • :n for in emergency. ed at the very base of the j old volcano, the camp has ■ the advantage of ideal firing ter- 1 ram 1 .>r all kinds of weapons. bituat majeetu Th • winter climate at Camp Me is ideal. The days arc sunny. | with a dry heat far more comfort- ■ able than the humidity of the Tokyo plain. The nights are cool j and invigorating, and at least two j blankets are necessary for com -1 fortable sleeping. When Private Clough returns ' to his regular station at Camp Mc- i Gill he will be hardened from his ) outdoor activity. Nan MODERN ARTS ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DINNER 1 The annual Christmas dinner dann of the Modern Arts Club for the members and their hus bands and escorts was a lovely af fair Ninety sat down to a beauti-1 fully decorated table. Christmas colors were the decore. Everyone was in a holiday mood and sang Christmas Carols while at the table. The music was led • by the Fritz Maurers. Often spoons tapping the water glasses marked the rhythm. New members in troduced themselves and their corts and were cheered. If the es-, cort was especially popular he was booed. The Women of the Moose ser ved a delicious turkey dinner with pumpkin pie and whipped cream for I dessert. After dinner all repaired to the ballroom for dancing. es The decor Spolled Canned Food Any canned food that shows signs of spoilage should be disposed of where it cannot be eaten by hu mans or animals. mU!(Can Breathe ham/% **• À 1 ff your nose some times fills up wit, h stuffy transient con gestion-put a few drops of Va-tro-nol in each nostril. It quickly reduces con gestion and makes breathing easier in a hurry . . . gives grand relief from sniffly, sneezy, stuffy distress of head colds. Follow directions in the package. friars. i '4 Gift a \ n ) 9 j 1 & Suggestions C TO SUIT EVERYONE S TASTE AND POCKETBOOK! , %, * u 2 50 TISSUE DISPENSER VAN1TV VISOR MIRROR I." motoring enjoyment For your for the lady driver 25 LOCKING GAS CAP A gift that will be appreciated % OUTSIDE PEEP MIRROR 2 . <. 95 WHEEL DISCS 15 Will give his car that "new look" 3 . For the man who drives in traffic CIGARETTE LIGHTER 2. 20 4 I 45 ASH TRAY A gift that will please A wonderful convenience for all 4 4 Oo I »3* 4 All gifts will be installed after the holidays and the recipient s convenience. L l I Pottery Table Lamps - wash-^ 98 r able hand-sewn silk shades ft 4. 85 « « f ■? Indirect Light PIN-UP LAMPS 'if * * \ 4 * % ■ ELECTRIC SHAVERS—Schick. Remington, Sunbeam DECORATED TUMBLERS—sets of 8 with racks $1.68 CARD TABLES . BRONZE METAL BOOK ENDS CHRISTMAS VILLAGES, sets of 8 houses— L. can be lighted, 2 sizes * SILVER SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS—pair DAISY RED RYDER AIR RIFLE SPECIAL PRICES on Many Items—See Our Selections and Compare Prices! Our Stocks Are Still Fairly Complete — S^P NOW For Good Selection! Established 191« $3.50 & $4.95 $3.95 % \ 79c & 45c, $2.48 $4.95 i JAQUETH'S, INC. « 305 Mineral Ave. Phone 54 * lations hero were most artistic. | iThere was a lighted Christmas tree and 57 other Christmas trees about the room Garlands of green hang- • ings W ith long red bows were su i 0 w;i jj s xh e favors were black mustaches for the men and ; anklets with bells for the ladies, The hv. lv music, the pretty gowns ' ,,f the voting women all combined to make it .1 most festive and gay ' occasion i a Santa Says.. ><p O (I THIS CHRISTMAS GIVEUSEFULGIFTS f >. • Dish sets in a large assortment of patterns and prices from $6.98 to $50 for sets of six, eight and 12. • WESTINGHOUSE RADIOS—table models and combination radio and record players. A Wide Selection of Quality Tools • Speedmatic Radial Saws, type BK-10 and K-75; Porter-Cable sander—faster than 10 pairs of hands. • A SPECIAL PRICE on Bench Grinders equipped with 'i-H.P. electric motors.—Reg. Price $39.15— NOW $35. • Westinghouse VACUUM CLEANER $69.95 includ ing $18.95 worth of extra attachments. • Briggs & Stratton Portable Power Plant at greatly reduced price. Clearance $125.00. trm DOLLS & TOYS at Reduced Prices—Some 50% off. Many other gifts for every member of thc family Regular $171.00 Now on December GERINGERE HARDWARE The committees were. Lillian Morton, president. Hace cards and tickets: June Hileman, chairman, Agnes Hafferman, Jean Thompson. on-Connie Burpee Janet Haggerty Doris Slcizer: Orchestra. nail and decorations:— Beryl Bleich, chair man, Gladyce Boggess, Stella Kj.-id Dorothy London Pauline Simurdak. Florence Robertson. Lillian Morton Dinner committe e. Kunirc r." ei chairman. Ethel Adkins.