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trustee elected. He was unapposed., News Notes of Interest Mr. and Mrs. Ed Madden were business callers in Kalispell the School Election School election was held Satur day afternoon with Mrs. Frank Belles, Mrs. Cliff Eayrs and Mrs. Ed Arnold working on the election board. There was some competi tion between Mrs. Sam Mocko and Arcy DeLapp. Mrs. Mocko re ceived the majority of the votes. Carroll Gates was the second fore part of last week. Guy Crane who has been in the Whitefish hospital the past two weeks, was taken to Spokane for special treatment. Mrs. Crane went to Spokane to be with her husband. Mrs. Bud Leighty returned Iasi week from several days spent in Kalispell at the home of her moth er. Mrs. Sam Mocko assisted Mrs. Guy Brock and Mrs. R. L. LaByer last week in collecting funds for the Red Cross drive. Mrs. Louis Brown and Mrs. C. P. Butts went to Priest River, Ida., last week. Rev. Ness of Kalispell held ser vices at the community hall, Sun day evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Fleming were Whitefish callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred King were business callers in Libby Monday. The dance at the Community Hall Saturday evening was well attend ed Douglas Ruthford of Libby start ed teaching the upper grades Mon day. Mrs. W. D. Webb has purchased the dress shop and novelty store business from Mrs. Merlin Scott in Eureka. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hansen were callers in Kalispell Monday. SCHOOL BUS BIDS WANTED The Trustees of the Lincoln County High School at Eureka de sire SEALED BIDS for school buses and drivers for a three-year term over the following described routes: No. 1, Rexford Bus: (36 adult passengers) Starting at the Joe Webb farm on highway 37; thence along said V. Flowers are right J n p \\ *7 if // I 'j*? Traditional token of Easter morning. Spring flowers in potted, bouquet or corsage form. , . ? 1 r » We deliver anywhere on Easter morning. Just come in—place your order and specify the time of delivery. We'll do the rest. All flowers—potted, cut or corsage forms—from our own hot houses. Libby Floral & Gift Shop PHONE 97—LIBBY DON'T MISS STUNT NIGHT, SAT., APRIL 9TH HEADING FOR STUNT NIGHT! STATION A O «SERVICE Ö A P V 0 ^ Tn' ; Cj % «.j ß v> i) o, ». a V ÄPI But there must be SOMETHING the matter it goes the wrong way on all the one way streets! If anything's wrong with your car, ma'am, we'll find out what it is. Nothing escapes our checkup. Chances are, all it needs is a clean windshield — that's free whenever you drive in — and a changeover to summer weight grease and oil. Your car will run more smoothly. Safer too. Tinker Motor Service highway to the Rexford school house (picking up West Kootenai students at the Rexford bridge) ; thence along highway 37 to its junction with highway 93; thence along said highway 93 to the L. C. H. S. and Roosevelt school in Eur eka. (Alternate route same as a bove but starting at Big Creek). No. 2, Gateway Bus/ (36 adult passengers) Starting at Gateway; thence via Murray Hill to Iowa Flats school house; thence east to Airport road; thence south to its junction with | highway 37; thence along said high | way 37 to its junction with high j way 93; thence along said highway 93 to turn-around at Slater road; thence returning on highway 93 to L. C. H. S. and Roosevelt school in Eureka. . No. 3, Deep Creek-Fortine Bus; • (24 adult passengers) Starting at the Ed Leonard gate turn-around; thence along Deep Creek road and highway 93 to For tine schoolhouse; thence along high way 93 to L. C. H. S. and Roose velt school in Eureka. No. 4, Stryker-Trego Bus: (36 adult passengers) Starting at Stryker, thence along highway 93 and Trego road to the John Ölson place: thence return ing along said road and highway to the L. C. H. S. and Roosevelt school in Eureka. All busses and drivers must con form to the school laws of Mon tana and the rules and regulations of the Montana State Highway Commission and the High School board. Right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Bids must be re ceived by the undersigned by 8:00 o'clock P. M. APRIL 25th, 1949. FRANK L. SALTER, Assistant Secretary Eureka, Montana (3t - April 7-14-21, 1949) DINNER AND DANCE FOR MASONS AND STARS Approximately 100 members of the Masonic Lodge and Order of Eastern Star enjoyed dinner and dancing at the Masonic Hall Sat urday evening, April 2. Dinner was served at 7:00 p. m. and dan cing was until 12:00 midnight. Entertainment was furnished by a quartet of high school girls and a declamation was presented by (Thelma Rolseth. Bowling Scores of The Past Week Monday Night Honor Roll;—Solem 607; Roberts 601; Kemp 585; Fowler 581; Sich ting 572. Team Miller's Clothing American Legion Blatz Beer Silver Loaf Hotel Libby Forest Service Gamble Stores Rexall Drug L W 38 49 38 49 40 ...47 40 47 47 40 47 40 49 38 38 49 Women's League—Tuesday Ellen Nelson 444; Honor Roll: Minnie Anderson 433; Norma Ko nen 429; Connie Burpee 418; Lil lian Larson 376. Team Miller's Clothing Sleizer's Grocery Ad-News . Wood's Transfer W 30 ... 48 37 41 42 36 47 .31 Wednesday Night Honor Roll:—Fowler 612; Hayden 532; M. Petrusha 515; Swimley 506. Team Zonolite Co. Bowker Dist.43 J & C Garage Union . L W 33 51 41 41 43 51 33 Women's League—Thursday Honor Roll:—Amber Roberts 476; Ida A. Brown 473; Billie McGraw HATLEN & ATCHISON Contractors - Builders and Remodeling We Build Anything The impossible lakes a little longer. See us for estimates. » ' • No others compete when you compare ! Compare Features ! 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Established ISIS Libby, Montana 3*5 Mineral Art. 451; Edith P' v al 444: Betty Pet rusha 433. Team Lincoln's Inn .. Hamburger Stand 44 Brown's Hi-P9 Wer V. F. W. Cooties W L ,. 45 39 40 .43 41 36 48 Friday Night Honor Roll: — Roberts 668 ; W. This Weeks Best Buys! 6-pc. Living Room Suite . $ 149 . 6-pc. Kitchen Set 50 95 $ 79 . • • • • • Just received a Shipment of... TABLE LAMPS ... from $5.95 up - Second Hand Specials Davenport & Chair, like new .$125.00 $ 25.00 Single Bed. Complete with spring and mattress. Youth Bed—spring & mattress $ 22.50 12.50 $ Chest. Club Chair .... Occasional Chair Radio & Record Player.$ $ 10.00 12.50 $ 35.00 Plan to attend the Stunt Night, Saturday, April 9th ENNEDY FURNITURE MART ' . 5 , Brown 570; Little 553: D Buti 546; | Maness 542 Team V. F. W. Libby Firemen The Caboose . K V. Garage . Kootenai Merc. Libby Motors .. I. W 38 49 38 49 .49 38 39 48 45 42 47 40 5» B. P. O. K 28 4T Oval E Garage 40 A bandit posing as. 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