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Mr. and Mrs. Earl Switzer re turned Thursday from Missoula, where Mr. Switzer attended the Montana Retail Lumber Dealers' Association convention. The three days' session was held i n the Flor ence Hotel. An inovation this year was a merchandise clinic, salesmen having booths to display their mer chandise on which they gave short talks. The concensus of the retail lumbermen is that prices will re main at about their present level during 1949. Mrs. Gleason Pilcher was called Friday night to Everett, Wn., by the serious illness of her mother Mrs. Charles V. Hovey. Mrs. Hovey has many friends in -Libby and Troy who will hope for her speedy recovery. Everett J. Byers of Warland drove a new Ford sedan home from Libby last Saturday according to the local dealer, R. W. LeDuc. —MARY: By all means, come home —and bring the Mystic Foam with And tell the salesman in Gamble's Housewares Dept, that I'm going to send all my friends in for Mystic Foam—it's wonder ful. MOTHER. Paul Stamschror reports the sal* of new hay balers to Warren Koe bel of McGinnis Meadows and Tom Boothman of Libby. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson and family started Sunday to drive to the Ben Deyerle home in the Yaak country. They passed the Sylvanite Mine, but soon after found impas sable roads and were obliged to turn back. Mr. and Mrs. George Wood were business visitors yesterday in Spo kane. They olan to return home today, but will leave Sunday for about a month's visit with rela tives and friends in Iowa, Illinois and Minnesota. —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. The Geringer Hardware has com pleted their new display tables for electric and plumbing supplies. A feature of the tables are 115 in dividual hand-made aluminum trays made by the proprietor, himself. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nielson you. are in Spokane this week where Mr. Niel son expects to undergo a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Preston re turned Friday from Post Falls, Ida., where they had been called by the death of their son-in-law. Edward Garner, who passed away April 6. Mrs. Fred Peeso is expected home today from Butte where she has been visiting for the past month with relatives. The Annual High School Soring Concert was held last night (Wed nesday) in the Junior High audi torium. The musicians go to Kalis pell Saturday for the Northwestern Music Festival. —V. F. W, Meetings the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of Pa ch month at the club. Clarence C. Strong, Assistant Regional Forester in charge of state and private forestry was on the Kootenai from his office in Mis soula inspecting the activities of his division. Mr. Strong was accom panied to Libby by Mrs. Strong who is visiting at the home of Forest Supervisor and Mrs. William Guern sey. William B. Apgar, Chief of the Communications section of Region one with headquarters at Missoula conferred with Forestry officers this week on telephone and radio communications. —DEAR DAN: You come home, but skip the Mystic Foam. I already have it I was in Gamble's House wares Dept, myself—and our place already looks like wonderland. Hurry, hurry! MARY. Miss Gloria Homann, _ the local forestry office i short vacation trip to Spokane and Pasco, Wash., visiting friends and relatives. The Forest Service has started spring planting in the Rexford and Fortine areas and the Warland brush disposal crew has resumed sales in the same district. Merritt N. Warden of Walshly Korn-Warden, Kalispell Libby Friday attending to legal matters. clerk in is on a was in SheafferS >A 0 f-t ■ , rf-V. WtfFEin tENTINEL KUXE TWEBM Choie, ol brow*, btao or btook with richly-chMOd P.n, * 15 , 00 ; Pwtdl,ISjOOiaMfr •writer, $10,00. Compte«* TV»* in teHhw-tnla*#**«»* BUFFETS OMUL EMOMl IbMHn quality «1 .con.wy pric*l Brtnm, Mu* Of btecfc cotof chofam. Pm.tt.00; Pmd, tail. gM box, ISIS; M ted. in. "Jewelry of Distinction" WELCH'S Jewelry & Gift Shop I Mrs. John Ledum returned home' Saturday from Portland, where she has been a patient for almost two years, receiving treatment for arthritis.' Mrs. Maude Nelson who suffered! a broken hip in Kalispell returned home Saturday from the hospital and is reported to be doing nicely. R ^. rS - ° stru P of . P i c .\45 e Butte Alberta, arrived in Libby Tuesday evening to visit her sis te MA M RV J rS? Pondel K ick , . t . -MARY. Ill come back, but only| on one condition. Those rugs and upholstered furniture will have to be kept clean—ugh! And listen, sweetheart, you'll be surprised how easily it can be done with Mystic Foam. And boy. oh! boy. I'm bringing some with me, got it in Gambles Housewares Dept, be seeing you, honey, but no rollin' pin. DAN. Jim Mueller now stationed at the Warland Forestry Camp visited at the Walter Neils home over the Easter week end. Tommy Fennessy, student at Gon zaga University at Spokane, brought a fellow student, Joe McDonough, of Fromberg home for the Easter Wf r e u* d ' -Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zwang visited at the J. F. Fennessy home over the week end. .Mr. Zwang is a student at the University in Missoula. Albert Rolseth, student at the University at Moscow, spent Easter at home. Mrs. W. H. Kennedy and infant daughter returned home from Se attle Tuesday. The Sewing Circle met at the home of Ellen Cole. It was held in the form of a farewell party for Ag Brennan Co-worker Warner presented her wtih a gift and Bren nan will be missed by the co-work-1 ers. A pot luck lunch was ser-! ved. —The Catholic Ladies will hold a : rummage sale Monday, April 25 be-i ginning at 10:00 a. m. in the Com- j munity Room of the Court House.' D. O. Mount, local representative | of the United States employment of fice states that many of last win- j ter's unemployed persons are re turning to work. Helen Church and two friends, Norma and Fern Tovey spent the Easter week end with Miss Church's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Church. All three are students at the Uni versity of Idaho at Moscow*. !U'S STROUT'S WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION The Strout Realty Agency through its fifty years of faithful and helpful service to both buyer and seller, has established a World-Wide R Dealing. LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE THROUGH YOUR NEAREST STROUT AGENT. tation for Fair JOHN F. BOWEN, local Strout agent E. A. STROUT REALTY RESIDENCE 66-M OFFICE PHONE 26« BOX 295 PENNEYS ^"ÿSÊr&rU* 1 v VALUES BUILT FOR YOU! Ÿ * • Ladies' 88c NYLON HOSE ANNIVERSARY FEATURE 51 gauge - 15 denier .. • Men's Chambray 1.00 WORK SHI RTS SEASON'S BEST BUY! Sanforized - Size 14>'2 to 17 . DON'T MISS THESE! CANNON TOWELS Extra heavy - - Assorted plain colors HAND TOWEL BATH size WASH CLOTH 39c 73c 19c LARGE SIZE FLOUR SACKS Ideal for Dish Cloths! 5 1.00 FOR I • Ladies' 3-98 CHENILLE ROBES ASSORTED COLORS Sizes 10 to 20 • Ladies' 1.77 HOUSE DRESSES FAST COLORS - 6 DOZEN ONLY 8« Square Cotton Print .-. Mr. and Mrs Charles Haschke visited in Spokane Easter Sunday, I Mrs A. A. Gripe of Troy 'P®" 1 Easter Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs e. j. Driear. . Mr and Mrs A. J. Creon of Whitefish visited over Easter Sun idav and Monday with their son, Gene Creon. ' i Robert Parte of Salt Lake C'tv an d Sarah Boshert from near Bill j n gs spent the Easter week end kith Marilvn Neils at the home of M iss Neils' parents. Mr and Mrs. Walter Neils. Herbert Neils had a s his guest. Les Dunlan of Lewis ton. All are students in the Uni Lerstv at Missoula. Mrs Frank Pival who has spent the winter at Los Angeles. Calif... returned home Saturday evening] bringing her sister, Mrs. Teresa] Sanders who has been living in San Francisco with a daughter. Mr and Mrs. James Christie re turned home from Bremerton, Wn.. where they have been visiting Mrs. Christie's'brother. Harry Nordon. Mr. and Mrs. Christie were accom panied home by Mrs. Christie's sis-. ter. Miss Eleanor Nordon who will continue to her home in Michigan after snending a few davs at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Christie. Work has started on the new feed store building for Fred Rob-j ertson this week at the corner of Larch and Utah, Herman Hansen left Saturday for Fresno Calif., where he will visit his daughter. Mrs. George Fischer!sell and family. En route he will visit other places along the coast. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith spent the Easter holidays with their son -1 in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nicholai and family of, Odessa, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, returned home Monday. Mrs. Rufus Young returned home from Seattle Sundav evening where |she had been visiting her sister for the past three weeks. Her sis ter accompanied her to Libby. Kenneth Jaaueth and Jim Smart were among those who soent the Paster week end in Libby from the Urdversit >' ™ Missoula. Fav etta Tisher. student at East -1 ern Washington College at Cheney spent the Easter vacation at with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fa y. Tisher Lincoln Fraser of Spokane was a business caller in Libby Friday, Elmer Stevens. Libby, was re dently installed as president of Alpha Kappa Psi, national profes sional business fraternity, at Mon tana State University. NEWS, MONTANA Theregui ar monthly meeting of the • '' ots was held Thursday '«* garnU c 14 at the home of ' J' 11 » U)mpf. Plans for the ^Pf*r for Sunday were ^ Bla go was played and a «em vus lunch was served by the M 'n , „Jn ^ or nson was a Kalis P Miss Lorett^BaL u ^ J a _. ]Baene " at «•"""** s Beauty School in «çm ? Easter at her moth ^ h ^e j"".' Richard who has spent la n l col i pIe of weeks visiting in | fP° kane returned to ! Jk* Enda - V and is again visit- ! i?.*. a J* 16 homo of his brother. A', ] . ™Pley. formerly of Arlee, na ® mov od to Fromberg. | ^ lear and daughter. Mrs. «vS«v ,« wn drove to Kaliapell f VT * '° care for business mat ana v »sit friends and rela u vr; "V f n< ] Mrs. L. J. Brown spent afternoon at their cabin on 1 nornpson Lake, i Miss Gemmi Samoni returned to . Missoula after soending her Faste- i vacation at the Elmer Switzer home ! Warren Koeble of McGinms ' I dows spent Monday fn T?hL business. on the^S^H u' hitefitld .student at I ; sing, Spokane^spUf^h'e^w eek^md ' | with her parents Mr and Mrs R ^ Whitefield a Bob Roberts. Gonzaga Université student spent Easter with his rJm ,e n ts, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robots* Mrs, Charles Luding Whitefish I visited over the week end with h«r daughter, Mrs. Leonard Doxtate^ Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Austin and ; sons of Kalispell visited with Mr and Mrs, George C Earle SnnHnv j - — • MRS. ROBERT SMITHSON , PASSES SUDDENLY AT TREGO I | _ Mrs. Robert Smithson of near j \ rego passed suddenly away Tues , day afternoon about 1:00 o'clock, The body of a son, Robert A. Smith son who was killed overseas was to j nave been shipped from Oakland, homejCalii.. to Eureka later this month* out is being sent immediately and 'I'™ 1 fl ve .' hlei ] e Saturday to per-i mit a double funeral for mother, and son which will be held Sun-, "Y auernoon. 'RED&\ WHITE 4VK4AS3 FOOD MARKET . \ FOOD VSTORES 7 1 f 4 WHITE KING [Buy the New..lower Priced LIFE IU - 57c THESE UNE FOOD VAIUE5 lg. Size - 29c INSTANT COFFEE EAGLE BRAND EVAP MILK * BORDEN'S * BORDEN'S * BORDEN'S * BORDEN'S 45c U. S. No. I 28c ASPARAGUS . . . 2 lbs. 35c • 3>38c Hills Bros. > MEMO 73c COFFEE lb. 53c I ■ -ti •y! »EVIUDH/gj No. 2 Size - 2 / 39c 2 29c 21c Brownie Jr. $1.80 cans ART ATKINS GUARANTEED MEATS IN THE LONG - RUN IT PAYS TO BUY THE BEST ! ! Week End Super Speciols Foncy Government Graded Steer BEEF ROASTS.lb. 53c Eastern Sliced . . , BACON 50c lb. Well Trimmed Juicy RIB STEAKS . . . . lb. 59c Lean Fancy . . , SPARERIBS Choice Young VEAL STEAKS 49c lb. 59c lb. We Always Feature a complete Fresh Supply of Cold Meats —The Catholic Ladies will hold a rummage sale Monday, April 25. be 8 innm K at 10:00 a m - m the Com munity Room of the Court House, Mr. and Mrs. Claus Detjens spent th «* Easter week end in Spokane, Mr and Mrs. Duane Whitehousc were in Spokane for the Easter! week end. Mrs Ed R Eorguson. Mary Ruth! and Carol Ann arrived in Libbv with Mrs Ira C Miller Saturday to enjoy a two wîek visd w.tlL Mr. and Mrs. Miller, , , z . , 3n fi, Mrs , ^ on p d , Emmer . t vr s P t n l t ^_B\ stcr wt T k cîi.S " 1 /? d Mrs Ro> Flven K°°d Bert Erickson was a business visitor in Kalispell Tuesday. (ja den Supplies S E E D S for the GARDEN and LAWN ;« f âk All our lawn seeds are treated with Root-Tone vo GARDEN TOOLS INCLUDING . . . Rakes - Spading Forks - Shovels - Hoes - Hose, etc. See the SPEEDMAT1C PORTABLE ELECTRIC SAW GUILD No. 6 $65.00, and BK-10 Saw $178.95. Also Porter-Cable Radial Arm. BATH TUBS - LAVATORIES AND PLUMBING SUPPLIES Including galvanized pipe and Orangeburg; cast iron sewer pipe and fittings. GERINGERE HARDWARE i ; ! Mr. and Mrs. Archie Thompson and daughter, Francis, of Rexford spent Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter. Mr. and Mrs. John McRell re turned home Sunday from Pasa dena, Calif. THE EVINRUDE OUTBOARD MOTOR with Fisherman Drive at Partiow Electric Co.