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Meadow" Gentry, % business re-i Scellent Meadows as Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Larson and children of Missoula, came Sunday for a few days visit with old friends. Mr. Larson s father, Pete Larson of Kalispell, also spent the week end in Libby. Roy A. Livengood of Taft, Ore., is visiting with his parents, Sheriff and Mrs. Roy Livengood. R. R. Veldman is in Butte today, Friday and Saturday attending the state convention of The Montana State Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Veldman is one of the directors of the Industrial Development Divi sion of the chamber. Mrs. August Wichman left Thurs day morning for Chippewa Falls and Merrill, Wis., where she is visit- 1 ing friends and relatives. Mr. Wich man expects to join her June 12 at which time Mrs. Wichman's brother-in-law, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hund, are celebrating their Golden Wedding anniversary. June 12 is also the thirty-third wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wich While in the Lake States, the Libby folk plan to visit Mr. Wichman's relatives at Sauk Rapids, Minn. I man. Miss Bette Rubard, Spokane, visited over the week end with her mother and sister, Mrs. Emma Ru bard and Phyllis. Wm. F. Shawl, Y-3/c, son of Mr. and ■ Mrs. Wm. Shawl, Libby, ex pected to dock Tuesday in San Diego. He is returning from Chi nese waters, having served three years in the navy, two of which have been overseas. He expects to receive his discharge within a few days. Mrs. Frank Janikowski of Port land, came Sunday to visit Memorial Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ratekin. is the former Frances Schouweiler, formerly of this place wRere she has many friends and acquaintances. She and Miss Inez Ratekin were luncheon guests Tues day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jaqueth. over Mrs. Jani knowski -Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heise who visited over the week end and transacted business in Spokane, re turned home Sunday. They visited at the home of Mr. HeiseV brother in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H P Fairchild Mrs. John O. Ferguson and friend. Miss Irma Balfour of Spokane, visited over the Memorial Day cation with Mrs. Ferguson's aunt, Mrs. Leo. S. Welch, ladies, accompanied by Mrs. A. M. Hoffman, drove to Kalispell, Sun day where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Paterson. Mrs. Paterson 6nd Mrs. Welch sisters. , va The three are Mr. and Mrs. L, W. Doxtater and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Doxtater left Saturday evening for Portland, to see the mother of L. W. and C. H., who is seriously ill. —HUSBANDS; With all our wives bragging about Mystic Foam's won ders in cleaning upholstery and rugs, who does the work? I do here, and I've got to pick up more tomorrow at Gambles. — ANONYMOUS £ AGAIN PENNEYS TAKES THE LEAD IN .. JUNE-WHITE GOODS NEW LOW PRICES BEAUTIFUL—NEW THE BEST BY TEST CANNON TOWEL SETS PENCO SHEETS Bright fast colors! Attractive New Patterns! 81 x 108 NEW LOW PRICE Large Bath Extra Heavy Convenient Hand Towel $ 2 . 47 SI. 00 50c WASH CLOTHS TO MATCH Famous For Years 25c NATION WIDE SHEETS 81 x 108 FLOUR SQUARES $ 1 . 98 $ 1 . 5 oo for LOWEST PRICE IN YEARS! 51 Gauge--15 Denier $ 1.00 ** oaîr NYLON HOSE • • • • DON'T DELAY SHOP TODAY Libby, Mont. PENNEYS ? fo^Morf H w Maurer lefl Sunday mother M«. & recovering from a broken hip. Mrs. i Maurer expects to be gone for about ja month. I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sollander, who spent the winter at Morristown, Ariz., arrived home May 19. They spent a week at Hot Springs route. Mr. Sollender paid The Western News a short call last Sat urday, and while here stated they had enjoyed a very pleasant winter. He left an attractive copy of Ari zona Highway, a magazine publish ed by the state, for the publisher's inspection. Mr and Mrs. F. L. Cloutier left Tuesday afternoon for Spokane, where they will care for business matters. on Mr. and Mrs. .Harlow Stordock and family spent the holiday week end at Flathead Lake, Stan Smart left Wednesday for Helena on a busiRess trip. He ex pects to return home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harris plan to leave Sunday to drive to Seattle. On the return trip they plan to visit Mrs. Harris' mother, Mrs. L. E. Hiatt at Cashmere, Wash., sister, Mrs. Joe Lewis at Wenat chee, Wash. Raymond Rubard, son of Mrs. Emma Rubard was recently grad uated from the University of Wash ington, receiving the degree of Bachelor of Arts in economics and business. He majored in account ing while at the school and is now employed by a public accounting firm in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gray, Sr., and and a Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gray, Jr., visit ed over the Memorial week end with Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Gotfred son. j Carol Jean Myhr is still happy over the 7^4-lb. caught Sunday in McGregor Lake. Mrs. Beasley of Spokane was in Libby visiting relatives over the week end. Mackinaw she LADIES: I think Mystic Foam is 1 the wonder of wonders, too, for cleaning upholstery and rugs. . . . : l han ^, to your T ™ essa £ es . t an T d A to Gamb,es when 1 bought it. JANE ; Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Weaver and I daugh * er ' Leona ; of San Jose ' Cal *T • I hav ? u bee ? V1 ?' tmg £ th ^ ho ^ of ! ? nothei ' daughter. Mrs. Don Stan I ey and , W, : aver a " d Jr eona Wednesday to return hon I® but M , rs ; Weaver is,spending ! another week to get acquainted and visit with their new granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Larson of Coulee City, Wash., visited over the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs' W. H. Kennedy. Mrs. Dick Powell, Mrs. Joe Beck er, Mrs. Sam Auger and Phyllis Nelson were in Kalispell Tuesday combining business and pleasure. * Miss Anna Ronning is on the Pa geant Committee at Montana State College. Bozeman, which is pre paring for the 27th annual Women's Day Processional. —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. More new sidewalks are being run this week. The walks around the Libby Market and in front of Parker's Studio and the Gamble Store are being replaced. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Partlow and ' daughter, Merrill, drive to Spokane I yesterday. Mrs. L. E. Yaple who was called to Kalispell last Thursday by the sudden illness of her father who suffered a heart attack returned dome Monday evening with her husband and daughter. L. E. Vaple and Jeannie. The Barkees had their children and families home for the holiday week end. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Z. Hillis and children Diana Maie and baby Hewitt W;I llam and Mr. and Mrs. James A. Barkee from The Dalles, Ore. May 30 was also the birthday of Mrs. Hillis. They returned home Mon day afternoon after a birthday and family reunion dinner. Visitors at the William J. Nelson home over the holiday week end were: Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Byers from Missoula. They are former Libby residents. Mr. and Mrs. An thony Franetich and daughter Joan from Wallace, Ida. Mrs. Franetich is a niece of Mrs. Nelson and grand daughter of Mrs. Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Coly and dan ,,Vi ter Joan from Sandpoint, Ida., Mr. and Mrs. William Cody from not Springs, also former Libby resi dents. Mr. and Mrs. Lome Bolyard and Mrs. Harry Bolyard drove to Spo kane Sunday. They returned home Monday bringing Mrs. L. Bolyard's mother, Mrs. A. H. West, who sub mitted to an operation there about a month ago. Friends will be hap py to know that she is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Little and family went to Spokane Sunday and returned home Monday. Mr.' Lit tle's mother, Mrs. George Little, accompanied them home. LIBBY GARDEN CLUB MEETS MAY 17 The Libby Garden Club met Tuesday, May 17 at the home of Mrs. Harry Chapman with Mrs. Mabel Johnson and Mrs. A1 Hamel as co-hostesses. The State Garden Club has,asked the Libby Club to announce that the State Garden Club Convention will be held June 8. 9. 10 and II at Great Falls. urged to attend this convention. All members are Care of Faint Brushes In between coats of paint—if it more than 48 hours — keep brushes suspended in turpentine or mineral spirits. Bristles that rest on the bottom cf a container are likely to bend. To prevent bending, drill, a hole through the handle of each brush, run a stiff wire through the hole, and rest the ends of the wire on top of the container. isn't jQQQJQQ 'dont' go id va for ydur o' LOAN, SEE YOUR LEMPER INSTEAD ... VA DOES NOT MAKE LOANS BUT JOES GUARANTEE A PART OF THE LOAN YOU GET Vi? MS? Tot fall Informal Ion contact roar acarcM VETERANS ADMINISTRATION office MOUNTAIN VIEW R. N. A. MEETS MAY 25 ! Mountain Vipu,- r v a i held "s régula, meeting May 25 with Oracle Mary Chappel presid A donation of money was :rade to the Girl Scouts. mg. Neighbors. Franchot Sturgeon and Blanche Feenan sent a letter of thanks to the lodge for receiving their 25-yr. membership pins. Nine teen members were present. A deli cious lunch was served by Bernice Reedy, Margaret Wood. Flora Din widdie and Mary Stout. Ked Cross Activities Red Cross arts and skills work ers helped with recreation pro grams in 102 military, naval and veterans' hospitals last year. ... V S EXQUISITE JUBILEE is made by The Homer-Laugh lin China Company, the makers of Fiesta and Eggshell, to cele brate their 75th year of ceramic leadership. Jubilee items are made in all four color tones. The practical utility of each piece and its in herent beauty have made Jubilee . . , the Pride of the Hostess. By virtue of its simplicity Jubi lee is adaptable to either formal or informal, traditional temporary table settings, depend ing upon its accessories. This dinnerware has great appeal in color combinations according to taste. or con "Jewelry of Distinction'' WELCH'S Jewelry & Gift Shop ADKINS FOOD MARKET /RED&\ WHITE ) V FOOD S». STORES y, f \ CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN CAN THEM AND JUST AS GOOD TREE RIPENED - Halves WetrrM ELBERTA PEACHES SPENCER BRAND A special purchase has made this value possible $ 5.70 a case (24 cans) a case $ 5.70 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED# No Sales to Retailers VELVEETA CHEESE For a New Taste Thrill , Try OLD MANSE SYRUP Large Package 2 pounds for 'Zf m ar Q0 § 83c 5 pound tin «ï* $ 1.33 S i » Pure Cane and Canadian Maple Sugar for extra goodness. ii Sweet Secrets Recipe Book With the Purchase of a 5 pound tin n FREE! ARI ATKINS GUARANTEED MEATS QUALITY GIVES SATISFACTION • TRY SOME TASTY Corned Beef.... lb. 55 « The very finest . . . LARGE DILLS Boneless 5c each • CHOICE YOUNG Veal Steak.lb. 59 « Nice Breaded! Smoked Meots and Fancy • LEAN—MEATY SAUSAGES Shortribs o' Veal. lb. 39 « ARE OUR SPECIALTY A cool weather treat! POULTRY OF ALL KINDS GIRL SCOUT FUNDS DRIVE IS SLOW Added to the names of those who h3Ve res P° nded to tbe Girl Scouts STROUT'S WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION The Slrout Realty Agency through its fifty years of faithful and helpful service to both buyer and seller, has established a World-Wide Reputation for Fair Dealing. LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE THROUGH YOUR NEAREST STROUT AGENT. JOHN F. BOWEN, local Strout agent E. A. STROUT REALTY OFFICE PHONE 2fi# BOX 295 RESIDENCE M-M ATTTENTION CARPENTERS! CARPENTERS' LOCAL 2225 Will Meet Thursday, June 2 7:30 p. m. (Tonight) AT V. F. W. HALL NOMINATION OF OFFICERS All Members Please Attend ■t fund drive are the Kootenai Valley Grange, Modern Arts Club and Sleizer's Grocery. Still more is needed to reach the goal of $»00.