When You Think of a New Car, Think
of Kaiser-Frazer. New models at new
low 7 prices on hand for delivery.
OVAL E QUICK SERVICE
Ed L. Nicholas, Prop - Across from Post Office
Our new stock of fishing supplies is a
hooey . . . flies with .plenty of fish ap
peal; underwater spinners vividly col
ored and flashing.
ALSO rods, reels, lines, leaders and all the other gadgets you'll
need for a successful day on the lakes or along the streams.
MATCHED SETS OF GOLF CLUBS . . . Also
u good selection of woods and irons from which
to add to your present set. Also carrying bags, and golf balls
in three price ranges.
Watch Your Campfire
Protect Our Forest
DON LAWRANCE AND HIS
JR. PROM ORCHESTRA
Mark the precious moment of
your youngsters growing up with
a gift they'll cherish through the
Something to be remembered
in the life to follow . . .
are the worth while gifts that
mean so much to anyone. These
are something that will be used
and cherished all through life!
• Nothing takes the place of a
FINE WATCH. A watch made
by the old-time watchmakers of
Switzerland. Up to the minute
in beauty, and perfect in time- ■
• / •
• Our stock of WATCHES for the boys are many—in gold and
stainless steel, water and shock proof, and automatic wind.
SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL GIFTS AT THE
Buckingham Jewelry Store
35 yean in Libby selling good merchandise and doing expert
watch repairing. A guarantee to you that is worth money.
STATE DRIVER EXAMINER
TO BE IN LIBBY JUNE 3 ft 4
George Mourar, State Driving
Examiner will be in Libby Friday
and Saturday, May 3 and 4 to give
j examinations. He will be in the
; Community Room of the Court
House between the hours of 9 a. m.
and 5 p. m._
(Continued from Page Dne)
Mrs. Joughin put on an original
television broadcast over Station
STAR. This was the first television
seen in Libby and the audience par
ticipation was extemporaneous. The
diners were in a gay mood, the ques
tions and clever answers made the
broadcast a success and a lot of fun.
The master of ceremonies delved
into the love life and marriage of
Harlow Stordock and gave him
quite a ribbing. He was so coopéra
tive that he got the chance at the
$64 question at the close of the
dideo This question was the mo
tive for quick action and talking
all during the broadcast as it w'as
promised th^t a prize of five dol
i lars would be given for the correct
answer. The M. C. flashed a five
dollar bill as she asked the ques
tion, "Will the Libby Dam oe
built?" With the announcement of
the army engineer it will be known
if Mr. Stordock's answer was cor
reel. If he gets the prize he must
spend it for something needed at
the Masonic Hall. TTie broadcast
was a take-off on those to whom the
questions were asked and was full|
of laughs. Clever answers received
a lot of applause.
From the banquet the Stars andj
their O. E. S. guests repaired to
the Masonic Hall where Mrs. Eileen
Guernsey and Mrs. Dorothy Landen
were given their degrees. Mrs.
Evelyn Gillespie became an affiliate
from Havre. Mrs. Guernsey was
distinctive in black and gold, Mrs.
Landon was beautiful in • yellow
organdv in semi-hoop skirt effect,
Mrs. Gillespie was lovely in black
Joyce Olson was Conductress and
Jeanette Hagerty was Associate
LOON LAKE ON PIPE
CREEK IS OPEN
A report was prevalent around
I Libby Monday that Loon Lake at
I the head of Pipe Creek is closed
for fishing this season.
! port probably originated as some
one's idea of a practical joke.
In discussing the rumor, Deputy
Game Warden Vernon Friend states
that Loon Lake is open during the
regular season from May 22 to Nov
ember 15; and in addition the lake
I shall be open to fishing through the
ice only, from December I, 1949 to
February 28, 1950.
GRAND MATRON VISITS LIBBY
Conductress for the initiation.
Star points who gave the lectures
were Eileen Lovick, Ada: Thelma
Curry, Ruth; Rhea Anderson, Es
ther; Mary Johnston, Martha; Merle
The Chapter Room was a bower
of baskets of beautiful flowers in
colors appropriate to the degree
work and teachings of the Eastern
Star. Fred Curry with appropriate
remarks presented the gift from
Libby Chapter No. 69 to the Grand
Mrs. Baumgartner was a regal
woman, dressed in grev. She was
very gracious and had a pleasing,
personality. In a wonderful and
impressive address she had a real,
message on the ideals of the O. E. S.
for the members.
O. E. S. has 118 chapters in Mon
tana and its growth is very gratify
Mrs. Baumgartner was accom
panied by her husband. The other
Grand officer present was Victoria
Baney from Eureka, who is Grand
Sentinel. Other guests were Elea
nor Crane, Thompson Falls and her
husband Floyd Crane who is Worthy
Patron there, Arthur Small, Kalis
pell, Mrs. Serena Swanson, White
fish, Maxine Peterson, Worthy Ma
tron of Troy, Maurice Nelson,
Worthy Patron of Troy.
Mr. and Mrs. Baumgartner were
entertained at the home of Duane
Sturm, Master of the Masons and
Edna Sturm, Matron of the local
O. E. S. The Grand Matron and her
husband next visited Eureka where
they were received and entertained.
After the Chapter meeting punch
and delicious assorted cookies were
served at a beautifully decorated
table. The flowers used were
bleeding hearts. Those who served
punch were Mesdames Fern Shaur
ette, Anderson. Seims, Barkee, and
DRIVE IN FOR
Lome Bolyard and Mrs. Harry
Bolyard were business visitors in
Bonners Ferry Wednesday, May 18.
Miss Joyce Schikora returned
home Monday morning from a visit
to the West Coast where she visited
friends and relatives.
L. W. Lewis of Warland was a
business visitor in Libby Saturday.
Mr. Lewis is with the U. S. Forest
—Lumber and Sawmill Worker's
Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and
4th Tuesday of each month.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wood re
turned home Thursday noon from
a visit to Rock Island, Ill., and
Miss Bette Rubard visited over
the week end in Walla Walla, Wn.,
with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Hatfield. Mrs. Hatfield is the for-
mer Gloria Swanson.
--NOTICE: The Risley Machine
Shop has moved from the Frank
Siegmund building to the C & R
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J 160 * bought it that it is the
best cleaner for not only upholstery
" ™ any othe t
lStS ° n the Can ' 11
'tv„ * .. 0 ,
^ ; Chen Y y '
f a * h -. honored their mothers with
f***?" 1 pr ° gram on Sunday. They
ch "Y ch <1* the m ° rnmg ;
a tea in the afternoon and went
on a tour of the campus,
an d Mrs. Gus Edstrom who
formerly operated the Bowker Dis
tributors moved to Hamilton Satur
da Y where they wiU operate
ord shop and phonograph route. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Pickens, brother
i m-law and sister of Mrs. Edstrom I
| accompanied them to help unload '
an< J unpack, Mr. and Mrs. Pickens j
! returned h o m e Tuesday. Mrs. j
j Dewey Bowker is back in the store
j to be of assistance to customers,
TAK/NGAN EARLY VACATION Ä
Specials For Friday and Saturday, May 27 and 28
WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY—MEMORIAL DAY v
Rose Dale .... No. 2 size
No. IVi tin
JELL-0...:.. 15c KOOLAID...21c
9 ounce 37c
Grandee - Giant
BOLYARD'S BETTER MEATS
Bolling Beef.. 35c Steak
• • • •
Birds Eye Frozen Foods - Ice Cream
BOLYARD'S GROCERY AND MARKET
ara i mmiiT.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kam may er
of Englewood. Calif., are visiting
with Mrs. Kammeyer's
and Mrs. Ed Olson ar
meyer's mother. Mrs. Freida Kam
mayer and other relatives and
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Kammeyer
are former Libby residents.
Painting & Decorating
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Box 713 - Libby
MISCO FEEDS SEED & FERTILIZERS
OF ALL KINDS...
INSECTICIDES - SPRAYS
I. E . L.
NOW ON DISPLAY
Farm Supply Store
Thursday. May 26, 1949
Mrs. Duane Sturm, Mrs. Max
Sturm, Mrs. Roy Sherman and Mrs.
Charles Oertel went to Eureka Mon
day for the visitation of the Worthy
Grand Matron of the Order of the
Esatem Star, Mrs. Augusta Baum
gartner. Miss Inez Ratekm re
turned to Libby with the group.
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