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Nadine Marks Writes In a recent letter to her parents Nadine Marks wrote, "when you work for Pan American, you never know where you'll be. We were on our way home (from Honolulu) got as far as Wake Island, and they are sending us back again because of one crew being delayed because of the radio men being on strike, Instead of a 14-day trip I'll be gone a month. We go to Guam, Okin-1 awa, Shanghai, Honkong, Manila, Wake, Honolulu, Los Angeles then San Francisco. I'll have a month off, though, when I do get back. I did some shopping in Manila and hope to do a little more in Hong Kong and Shanghai." Miss Marks is a hostess for Pan .American. She expects to come home for a vacation in the near future. News Notes Dixie Brock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brock, and Dick Peltier were married in California recent ly. They are residing in Pacific Grove ,Calif., at present. Mr. Pel tier is in the Armed Services. Fred Clark of Kalispell was a caller here Wednesday of last week. Ward Johnson was a business caller in Spokane recently. Mrs. O. H. Steen returned from a visit in California. She was ac companied home by a sister, Mrs. Stuckney. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nordstrom and son, Harold, of Kalispell, spent the week end at the E. E. Madden home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson of Sandpoint, Ida., are residing in the Hurst cottage at present. Mr. An derson is relief operator for the Great Northern. There was a school meeting Sat urday evening. This was the first meeting for the two new board members, Mrs. Viola Mocko, and Carroll Gates. Miss Retta Nelson was re-hired as primary teacher and Mrs. Ella Marvel re-hired as school clerk. > Mrs. Julia Brown of Bonners Ferry visited her sister, Mary Ag nes Fewkes, last week. There was no school Good Fri day. Douglas Ruthford, teacher, in the upper grades, spent the three dav vacation in Libby. Mrs. A. J. Fleming returned home last week from a visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kiefer Gray of Spokane. Mrs. H. C. Anderson took her son, Charles, to Whitefish the first of the week to see a doctor. New VA Leave Policy To Help G. I. Students Two major changes in leave poli cies affecting veterans enrolled un der the G. I. Bill in job-training es tablishments or in schools below the college level have been an nounced by the Veterans Admins tration. Effective immediately, the VA said, the veterans will be allowed to apply for 15 days leave at the end of their period of enrollment, in addition to whatever leave was taken while in training. The second change of VA policy places full responsibility for the granting of leaves of absence to G. I. students during training upon the school or employer-trainer, AYE! LADDIE , HERE'S NEW OUTBOARD 4 RELIABILITY! ENJOY NOW CRUISER CONTROL with SCOTT-ATWATER SHIFT... to warm up motor in neutral SHIFT... to back away from dock SHIFT... to make an "eggshell landing" ENJOY THESE NEW FEATURES, TOO! Slip Clutch propeller protec tion Duo-Grip Carrying Handle Constant Pressure Water Pump One demonstra tion will convince you that here's the motor for you at a price you can af ford. See it now! Sco/r^ Atwater * 50 199 . 7 Vi h. p. Scett-Atwster 1-12 Oelexe Slagle »4 h.p. (O.S.C CmWM Q 4,000 Standard Motors LIBBY, MONTANA I within a maximum of 30 days j vear : ly. I Veterans will be granted leave i at the completion of their period of enrollment only if they have I enough entitlement to education or j training to cover t. the VA empha j sized. Periods of enrollment for on-the job training and in short, intensive j courses usually include the entire j extent of the "training course. En i rollment periods for veterans in | schools below college level most commonly are the ordinary school : years. - Question of the Week Q—I am a widow of a World War II veteran. Am I entitled to a VA guaranteed G. I. loan? A.—No. The loan guaranty pri vilege is limited to World War II veterans. lOUGHIN'S ENTERTAIN FRIENDS ON EASTER Mrs. Ned Joughin and her son, Carlton Joughin, entertained a group of their friends Sunday morn ing at an Easter breakfast at the Surprise Cafe. The table was dec orated with bouquets of daffodils and baskets of colored Easter eggs. Tucked inside the attractive place cards w r ere small paper eggs con taining rhymes appropriate for each guest. After the excellent breakfast the party went to Uplands, the gracious home of the Joughins across the river, where they enjoyed visiting for some time. Inez Ratekin pleased the group by playing two piano solos. Delicious cake and coffee were served on the sunny lawn near the patio. Complete Engine Protection How 4 Great Fram Filters Seal Out Engine-Killing "Under-HOODLUMS ff Here's how you can cut repair bills and help keep your car engine free from breakdowns. For years engineers have tried in vain to seal in engines for greater performance and longer engine life. At last it's possible! Fram has come through with another engineering triumph! Now, with these 4 great Fram Filters, you can seal out the major causes of friction, wear, breakdowns—the "Under-Hoodlums" — the dirt, grit, sludge and abrasives that mur der cars. Your Pram Dealer, hated below, has all four of these great Filter*. Hell be happy to show you how they aave your car engine and your pocketbook — for by sealing out im purities that cause breakdowns, you'll pay out less for repairs. What's more, Fram Fil ters are unconditionally guaranteed—you don't risk a red cent. 1 So protect your car and cut repair bills. Just drive in to the nearest service station, garage or car dealer listed below and say, "I want COMPLETE ENGINE PRO TECTION with all 4 Fram Filters!" You don't risk a red cent, for Fram Oil Filters are proved by over 10 million motorists, used as standard equipment by over 70 lead ing automotive, tractor and engine man ufacturers, and all Fram Filters are un conditionally guaranteed. / DUST THE DIP and ROCKY DIRT ••—plut nrkmNn mnd «Hr »Ul HIlllHI ««441 m w. Â fAMous " nu « °«« «U*, 2 gauhdh «4« Ko Toit ***** £***<*St VntT Urot Hr* o *4. M , & gl % *5 «7 1 REVOLUTIONARY NEW FRAM CARBURET OR AIR FILTER. Literally cleans tons of dust laden air before allowing H to enter your catburetor. The Fram Carburetor Air Filter, through a completely new method, provides positive engine protection. Its low-cost car tridge is easier to replace than the old-style air filter is to clean. 2 FRAM GASOLINE FILTER. Removes solids Air Filter and circulates it through the crank case with continuous, uniform pressure regard less of engine or vehicle speed. 4 FAMOUS FRAM OIL i MOTOR CLEANER. "Cleans the oil that cleans the motor." Re moves sludge, carbon and corrosive impurities manufactured inside the engine. Provides clean oil lubrication. Helps prevent sticking valves, sludged-up rings and excessive engine wear. and wafer from gasoline. Protects finely ad justed modern carburetor mechanisms. 3 SENSATIONAL NEW FRAM PRESSURE CRANKCASE VENTILATOR. Provides better lubrication and cleaner engines by removing harmful blow-by fumes and vapors that cause sludgo, acids and oil deterioration in the crankcase. An electrically driven blower draws filtered air from the Fram Crankcase Tw» in the "FRAM SPORTS THRILL OF THE WEEK" ov., MUTUAL BROADCASTING STSTEM SATURDAY NIGHTS FILTERS OIL AIR FUEL SOLD BY THCSE LEADING DEALERS STAN DARD MOTORS ROY COLEMAN 1420 Minnesota Avenue 617 Mineral Avenue N ICHOLAS MOTORS LIBBY MOBILE SERVICE 203 Mineral Avenue Ed Johnson—520 Mineral Avenue JAQUETH'S INC. TINKER'S SERVICE STATION 305 Mineral Avenue 407 East Ninth Street LIBBY MOTORS JOHNIE'S WRECKING SHOP 519 Mineral Avenue West Ninth Street The guest list for this happy af fair included Mr. and Mrs. John B. Myers and daughter Kay, Mr. and Mrs. William Guernsey and daughters Clare and Gail, Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Brockway, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Boyes and granddaughter Laurie , and' Inez Ratekin. ROBERT POLETTE SERVING WITH ALL WEATHER UNIT Robert R. Polette, airman ap prentice, USN, son of Ted Polette of Libby, is serving with the Fleet All Weather Training Unit, Pacific Fleet, which is a carrier type squad ron, based at the Naval Air Sta tion, Barber's Point, T. H. Polette, who entered the Naval service April 20, 1948, received his recruit training at the Naval Train ing Center, San Diego, Calif. Before entering the Navy he at tended Libby High School. Painting and Decorating Paper Hanging Samples Shown and Estimates Free BERT HAMLIN Phone 232-M ED TRUEMAN Phone 215-J GOOD. BI T BAD ■ Motor % chicle fatalities dropped again in 1948. The decrease, even though it was loss than cent, is all to the good. Motor vehicle injuries, however, rose again, in 1948. amounting to almost eight a bad sign. Much emphasis is placed on the death rate in accident prevention vork. This one per • j The increase. percent, is is natural because death always makes the headlines. Put it is dangerous, too, because it is so easy to become compiacem In their 1949 booklet of street and highway accident, data, just re leased, The Travelers _ Companies urge that i tales, and communities look to the injury rate as a true measure of success or failure in their safety campaigns h Insurance cities The hundreds of persons saved from death are living tributes to the t?. fety job that has b^en done, it i USED WASHERS Paint Scratched and Checked j ' i • MOTORS HUM ! I • GEARS CLATTER But still they will do your Laundry better and easier than the old Wash Board. 1—A. B. C. Washer 1-M. W. 1-Zenith Washer 1-Speed Queen ... $15.00 Washer & UP Guaranteed not to "TWO-BIT" you to death. The Ai a. y tag SHOP W. L. HILBIRD, Manager Phone 188 H E. DAVIS. Owner 113 Mineral Avenue | pointed out, but the injured mil liens should be constant reminders that the job is far from completed.