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Thursday, April 7, 1949
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Burpee and family are nicely located in their, aew residence on South Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Littell and Miss Jessie Hale were Sunday din ner guests and enjoyed the after noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sv/ift Hunter northwest of Libby. Mrs. Ade Zajanc is now employed as a stenographer at the J. Neils Lumber Company's mill office. Miss Verna Siebenforcher, head stenographer at the J. Neils Office is visiting for a few days in Spo kane. —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. Edward Woodruff who is attend ing the University of Idaho at Mos cow, was home over the week end. Fallers of the Troy logging crew resumed work Monday morning in the Rainy Creek area. Skidding and hauling from the operations is expected to be resumed within a few days. —We'are now tractor eouipped for plowing, filling in ditches, and other leveling work. Ernie Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. Nelson of Starkweather, N. D., came Sunday afternoon for a few daVs visit at the homes of Mr. Nelson's brother^. Harold and Victor Nelson and their families. The North Dakota folk had been visiting relatives in Spo kane and were en route home. —V. F. W. Meetings the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at the club. Mrs. Myron Tinker returned Wednesday of last week from spend ing three weeks in a Spokane hos pital. She is greatly benefited from the treatments she received. Mrs. Richard Clarke is now em Libby News ployed in the local office of the Mountain States Power Co. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Schafer and family of Great Falls, came over Friday to visit over the week end with Mrs. Schafer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Vick and family of | this place. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark drove over to Spokane Sundav, returning Monday evening. j Mr. and Mrs. Albert Watts were | among the Troy visitors in Libby last Monday. Mrs. Hugh Slauson returned Wed nesday of last week from Prince ton, Ill., where she was called to attend the funeral of her grand mother, Mrs. J. E. Shawl. She also visited her brother, the Rev. Ray Shawl of Chicago, as well as other Illinois relatives. She stopped cn route home to visit her son, Rich ard, who is employed bv the Mon tana Power Co. at Stanford. —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's j Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd andj 4tb Tuesday of each month. —We arc now tractor eouipped for filling in ditches and 47-2c Mr. and Mrs. Ben Keller and son Ray of Big Fork and Miss Lorraine Forsyth of Somers visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Mitchell over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Arcen Bellmore left Wednesday evening for Spokane. They expect to return home Sun day. plowing, other leveling. Ernie Wood. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nowell, stu dents at Eastern Washington Col lege of Education at Cheney, spending a short vacation at the home of Mrs. Nowell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Madison. The City Council held a regular meeting Tuesday evening. Sergeant Leslie Martin of Spo kane come to Libbv Saturday to visit an Army buddy, Bob Chap man. He returned to Spokane Wed nesday. Mrs. Gordon Luscher and daugh ter Dianne of Spokane visited last week at the home of Mrs. Luscher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Turner. Mr. Luscher came over for the week end and Mrs. Luscher and daugh ter returned home with him Sun day evening. Mrs. Kringle, sixth grade teach er, brought her class to The West ern News shop Monday for an on the-scene lesson in printing. are 5T H *1 'C y * *S* c *ZSr \ ! N24CT* • i. -turn gj -V' <• I 'N. Î l L I FOR EASTER . . . . . . What time would be bet ter than Easter to buy that new Princess Diamond Ring. Princess Diamonds are regis tered and insured. ... A Hamilton Watch as advertised 1 in The Saturday Evening Post is an exquisite Easter gift. . . . Silverware and glassware is always acceptable for the Easter table. We carry all the nationally advertised brands. And Don't Forget Stunt Night Saturday, April 9! 'Jewelry of Distinction" WELCH'S Jewelry & Gift Shop j When sending the Western News ja change of address, please state ( what the old address was. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cash of ers visited Sunday at the home 1 of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Mitchell, Mrs. Bessie Wilson and two grand I children. Eddie and Ellen Wilson of Spokane, Wash., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Johnson for a week. They came over Tuesday. Miss Jeanette Potter, public health nursing consultant from Helena, visited with Miss Angela Huchala, school nurse. —Odd Fellows dance Saturday night, April 9. Everybody come. Ladies bring sandwiches. 1c Mrs. Paul Church and daughter Catherine left for Spokane Tuesday evening.. Mrs. W. J. Harris and daughters Mary and Leone left Tuesday even ing for Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark, Jr., spent two days in Spokane this week on business. Mrs. Fred Maurer, Mrs. Jack Flemmer, Mrs. Chilson and Mrs. A. D. Morton who went to Spokane Friday afternoon, returned home Saturday evening. The combined choir of the Libbv and Troy Methodist Churches will oresent the Easter contata "Cal vary" hy Wessel. Miss Helen Mory of Ural spent Thursday and Friday in Libby shopping. Mr. and Mrs. John McRell left Friday evening for Spokane to visit two daughters, Mrs. Ray Girnus and Miss Wilma McRell who is a nurse in the Sacred Heart hospital. From there they will go to Kellogg, Ida,, to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith. They will then pro ceed on to Pasadena, Calif. 0 . T 7 / • 1937—Chevrolet Coupe • 1937—Dodge Sedan • 1936—Plymouth Sedan • Several good used trucks • 1941—Hudson, 4-door Sedan—S550.00 • 1936—Oldsmobile "8" 4-door Sedan—$150.00 • 1935—Plymouth 4-dor Sedan— S100.0Ö PLAN TO ATTEND STUNT NIGHT • 1—10-ft. dump box and hoist like new—a $1000.00 value for only $500.00. LIBBY MOTORS Libby Phone 78 I NEW LOW PRICES .. GAYMODE NYLONS! 'I * w» I B&: The lowest prices in yeors . . . every pair absolutely perfect! 42 and 45 gauge now 98c 51 gauge $ 1.15 Mrs n HF f* Mr. and Mrs. George Hnear and i infant son, Ralph Edward, of Kalis* nell visited at the home of Mr. and Som-|Mrs. E. J. Driear over the week end. —ANN: Dan claims that homes are Better Homes when upholstery and rugs are cleaned by Mvstic Foam. I get it at Gambles. MARY. Mrs. Joe Becker and daughter Joanne spent the week end in Spo kane. A baby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kennedy at Seattle General hospital, Saturday afternoon, April 2. She has been named Leslie Rae. The Libby Rod & Gun Club, at a special meeting held last night indorsed Paul Morrison of Eureka first choice and A. Gill of Thompson Falls as its second choice for positions on the state Fish and game commission. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doll and son Bob left Sunday for their home in Ft. Benton after spending the past week at the home of Mrs. Doll's fàther and step-mother. Mr. and Mrs. F. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Car-1 ter rode as far as Kalispell with them, returning by bus that same evening. —MOTHER: I know you arc old fashioned about changing. But for less work, time, worry and money use the only Good Housekeeping and Parents' Magazine approved upholstery and rug cleaner—Mystic Foam. Gamble's Housewares Dept. If you can't come in, phone or mail your order. MARY, J. W. Farris, brother of Mrs. E. E. Jaqueth spent the week end visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jaqueth. Bill, as he is known to his many Libby friends is employed with the Civil Aeronautics Admin istration, Region Seven, as Airways Flight Inspector with headquarters at Seattle. as babv s, K .„ 'T' r>avid Lehlein and; rived in t kk • c? and ' • ar " the hr,«, U r ,, i " >unda - v to visit at I Campbell °M. - Alkn for d H mfant dalJ Rhter iJft' Mondrlv make tv!" 1 V , Ho: s ° where they will j make their home. Mr Uehlein and | are cousins. son "ri ^ ean Cobbledick and babv son. Dean, are visiting in Troy with j L. husband who is on an eighteen ♦ he TT U -* °j U ÿ Previous to leaving [ the United States. fho!i SS y* n jf red Handley states that j . "ho have not been contacted Cross solicitors may ieaie their contributions at Har greaves Drug Store. besUn e r Cd o1 ies ~" c Present the iffo ,, F Planers for brighten mg up and bringing back the beautv £ f rA V °i^ upholster -V and TIC FOAM! Gamble's, mail orders rugs— MYS Phone or promptly taken care of. notice CAWJNG IN REGISTERED l coln county warrants _ j registered Lincoln Countv Road fund Warrants are called in for payment All Libby High School . j warrants o? ß f^n ed on ?, r »»fore February ii, 1949, are called in for payment, interest stops March 31, 1949. Lincoln Countv Treasurer (2t - March 31—April 7) Blackwell Excavating Specializing in BASEMENTS AND DITCH DIGGING By the hour or free Estimates Given SAND and GRAVEL Phone 72-W - Libby rREOfi^ WHITE \ FOOD / ■QVKHAtS' FOOD MARKET SURF \ STORES / ANEW BEST SELLER COM ES TOTOWN SURF is the amazing new heavy wash, suds discovery o! Lever Bros. Co. 2 Packages . 35c ¥ ' I TALL TINS RED & WHITE Doriqold MILK .. 3 for 38c SHORTENING . 3 lbs. 92c Flot ill Solid Pack Fancy —ZH Size Cans WHOLE PEELED TOMATOES . 2 cons 45c g Makes a Good Meal Better ! 14-oz. bti. 15c DENNISON'S CATSUP T" Its No Trick To Serve It quick! 12-oz. tin 45c SPAM LUNCHEON MEAT i WHITE STAR FIRM—CRISP—SMOOTH Solid Pack TUNA .... 43c RADISHES.... 4 bchs. 25c Made by the Makers of Campbell's Soups CAMPBELLS TOMATO JUICE . . . . 46-oz. tin 29c . . IVi size tin 37c LIBBY'S FRUIT COCKTAIL . . ART ATKINS GUARANTEED MEATS SELECT YOUR EASTER HAMS EARLY # John Morrells • Armours Star i\\ • Swifts Premium • Carstens Pre-Cooked LOW PRICES AT OUR POPULAR ij PORK STEAKS PURE LARD Shoulder POUND 63c While it lasts! 4 POUNDS 49c Balk—Pure Pork Sliced Ends Lean Dry SALT PORK Sausage OF BACON 31c 29c 49c lb. lb. POUND Joe Richard left March 31 fori bis home after a months visit with his brother. Al Richard and sister, Ad McCulle >' Plan to attend the Stunt Night, Saturday, April 9th FROM THE FIRST ROBIN 10 HARVEST TIME vj • We have genuine True Temper garden tools for every garden job — from earliest Spring to Harvest. Ail correctly designed, per fect in balance, sturdily built from finest heat treat ed steel with select ash handles. For extra quality, value and utility see these fine tools today. i\ -M 5 • HOES • HOSE • SMALL TOOLS OF ALL KINDS • 15-INCH RAKES • SPADING FORKS • SPADES • SHOVELS Also . . . PORTER-CABLE POWER SAWS Portable Electric Light Plant at a BIG BARGAIN ZENITH 16-cu. ft. Deep Freeze at $50 SAVING L lawn grass seed GERINGERE HARDWARE PAINT UP WITH DUTCH BOY George Ripley oi Artec visited in Libby this week. Mr. Ripley for merly had charge of the rearing' (ponds at the Fis* Hatchery.