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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Florence M. Church of Heavene Okla., arrived Sundav to visit her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gumming. Frank R. Baney and son Duke nn busTnïs " L,bby Tuesda on business. John A. Lahr of Missoula. Dis trict Supervisor is making his of ficial visit to the Welfare Office this week. Allen Campbell made a business trip to Spokane the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Swift Hunter went Wednesday to Kalispell for a few days visit with theid daughter, Mrs. Jack Hughes. Mrs. Geo. Earle left Monday for Spokane and from there will g on to Ellensburg to attend the grad uation of Dorothy Alice McCully. Ted Kessel and son lÄt Tuesday for Missoula to spent a few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fox spent the week end in Fortine visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marshal James. Miss Catherine Church has em ployment this summer at the clerk and recorder's office. Mrs. Adelaide McCully left Fri day for Chehalis, Wash., called there by the illness of her grand daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Waite of Breckenridge, Minn., are spending their honeymoon in Libby as guests of Mr. Waites sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Doxtater. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baenen spent the week in Great Falls with Mr. Baenens mother. Rev. Fr. John O' Malley is spend ing the week in Helena where he is attending the Clergy Retreat. —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesdav of each month. —BILL & ERNEST: I'm the Mystic Foam cleaning expert in our house and I'll bet I can do a better job cleaning upholstery and rugs than either of you. But who couldn't with Mystic Foam. I get it at Gam ble's. too, SARGE Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Anderson and daughter, Sherrill left yesterday for Missoula, where the doctor is at tending the Montana Chiropractic Association meeting which begins today. The board of directors of which Dr. Anderson is a member, äHo". &LÄ V s at Radium Hot Springs, B. C, Mr. and Mrs. William A. West of Roundup arrived Tuesday for a short visit with Mr. West's mother, Mrs. A. H. West and other relatives. —V. F. W. Meetings the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at the He will begin his studies Monday at the University where he will soon complete his work for his Master's Degree. Kenneth G. Neils and Richard P. Neils of the J. Neils Lumber Co. attended the Western Forest Pro ducts Safety Conference in Seattle, June 1, 2 and 3. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thorn at tended the funeral of their brother in-law, Ralph Berglund of Stanley, Wis., last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Vinion motored to Lewiston, Ida., to attend the graduation of their son. Robert W. Vinion, formerly an instructor in the local high school. At the grad uation exercises Monday morning at the North Idaho College of Edu cation Mr. Vinion receic'ed his Bachelor of Arts Degree. ■ i^S Ceri,f ^u l Sui'fi "°'iu lo . f f «, r'"i » *o, e 'OB Or mm. Ot, L Uf noM '•( Of An Engagement Diamond in the finest tradition of pre cious Jewels... doubly significant because this Diamond is reg istered and insured. (Price includes insur ance protection.) When you need to choose a gift, choose . . . "Jewelry of Distinction' WELCH'S Jewelry & Gift Shop - Nirhni^c lend deliverv nf°I S rep< îT ts tho * ) F.iday to Frank Mood^ 3 ' 5 ^ S ° i ceuecf^he^bachSorof sdence V I f " he graduated from Mon | tana State college at Bozeman. MR. MOTORIST — brighten old-car upholstery quick and easy with Mystic Foam. Used by lead mg auto concerns. Non-inflam mable. Quick-drying.—Gamble's Mr. and Mrs. H&rry Chapman left Sunday for Spokane where they will spend several days on busi ness. Bob Damon and Bob Gillespie who attend the School of Forestry at the University are home for their vacation. They will work for the forestry this summer. Walter Partlow and Leo Kyser spent Monday in Spokane on busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jaqueth left Wednesday for Seattle where Mr, Jaqueth will attend an Oldsmobile meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson had as their guest Thursday night, Mrs. Thompson's aunt, Mrs. Rob- ert Spotswood of Los Gatos, Calif., who was en route to North Dakota for a visit. That evening she at- tended the birthday banquet of the W. O. T. M, as a guest of Mrs. Thompson. -Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and tth Tuesday of each month. Mrs. A. D. Morton who accom panied her mother Mrs. Swanson of Couer d'Alene, to Bemijie, Minn., several weeks ago to visit relatives ! and °W friends, is expected home j ,die * att er part of this week, Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Davis and children. Lee and Sherry from the Fisher River country, returned home last week from Phoenix, where yiey spent the past four months. The Davis's report a pleas ant vacation but are glad to be Ariz., back home in Lincoln County, A car owned by Francis Parker was taken Monday evening from in front of the Standard Motors while Parker was attending the movies. The car was found aband oned and undamaged on a side street some time later. i, Mr - and Mrs. Kenneth Brown and Kenneth Jr., and Frederick h WiBiam visited last week at tho :or c '" leet " C " ucr Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Switzer Sr. I and ion Robert: William Heinrich; ' -" r and Mrs. Elmer Switzer, Jr. and farnil - v: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clou *' e j 'l l l d family; the children of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Croy; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. , P. J. McGuigan of St. Paul all en ioved picknicking Sunday at Cry stal Lake in the Thompson Lakes country. Mr. STROUT'S WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION ■ The Strout Realty Agency through its fifty years of 3 faithful and helpful service to both buyer and seller. ■ has established a World-Wide Reputation for Fair ■ Dealing. I LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE THROUGH YOUR I NEAREST STROUT AGENT. JOHN F. BOWEN, local Strout agent E. A. STROUT REALTY RESIDENCE 66-M BOX 295 OFFICE PHONE 260 n % twin THE OVERSEAS VETERANS' MAGAZINE IS Yours Every Month ■■A ■ - ...v* ■t \ \ . • • • \ WHEN YOU JOIN w 1/0 t ; 1 *KHPS YOU POSTED ON VETERAN AFFAIRS* If you »erved ovencss, here'# • magazine you and your whole family will enjoy 1 Helpful information about veteran*' right* and benefit*... good «toric*. a cr io w «object* , . . your* every month when you are a member. Join V.F.W. today! V ♦ W \ 9 veterans of KOBEiGH WARS OF THE U. S.J Harper Erdman Post No. 1548 Oar Great America >> ^ JboF j COOL TIRES WiTM * /f#yWCOK>.*ADf ! POtf TUS ARMCP TORCES . DU0i*J6 TV« VMO VWU NOW j \ Bf AVÄ)i,«6l.E *0*» 6EVWWI ' use ,...*rmoo6H r«von is J u6wt n is SHKX16, it j CFMERflTK OTTU HEAT TOO, t ^ assuring long wear. ~ a* as rouan StM^Ly Of tutyon * ot BFCAVit n 'S te» ftp iMKÆiV fffav i«W'M6 me t» ale O; ) i V \ v S 2 ■v. > * AMI RICA •tyf# in tv« ç*oes*n«NiN6 mcwmouB . Si IMP# TO SWT «CHCOC# OP ns»* nave Au»Mt>y HtiPeo CRIMSON ri 5 MPRM«N.~ 0LLUPS cm mtroi Off oeceoNs ovwt RAHOÉPTHB (WTWN Of SCHOOU of fish to Fish ms cp«n m th* Vicwcry U «94» AFFBOftMrmy Aû% Off«* FWBSH VEST»«.» USED IN "THf UNITÏP STATES WET» MtSCPM Miss Helen Church who returned last week from her college work Idaho state university is employed during her vacation at the Forestry office. —MARGE: You'll love the way Mystic Foam brings back beauty your unholstery and rugs. Easy use. Get it at Gamble's. ANN Simply foam it and clean. F. E. Baker returned last Friday from Conrad, where he and Mrs. Baker have been visiting since May 28 at the home of their son. Buzz and family, and with Mrs. Baker's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis An Mrs. Baker remained for —The Dalton Motel is now open to the tourist trade. The general pub-1 lic is invited to inspect this modern motel during the week beginning June 13. It is gaining the reputa tion of being one of the best in the country. curson. longer visit. 1c Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson visited Sunday at the home of Mr. Anderson's brother, Charles Ander son and family. They also visited in Thompson Falls. Frank Husick of Rexford. was a business visitor Monday in Libby. *.■ „ . <->. . , , , ' 11 j S ^ r l ene St*' ic h erz and 1]°* fiends. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heider and n son -. der . r ^ al J of Watertown, N D visited Sunday and Monday SÜ'ÄcTS SS3Ä »3 with the Libby country, stating it is their choice of all the points! visited. Miss Stricherz is Mr. Stam- j schror's niece, and the Heiders are old friends. , holding a picnic Sunday at the Cabinet Grange hall in Troy. All Grangers and their friends arc m vited to attend. The Lincoln County Pomona is Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Huchala visit ed in Missoula over the weekend and attended the commencement exercises at the University from which their son Thomas was grad-1 uated. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Doxtater and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Doxtater and son,* Dennis, returned Wednesday of last week from Tacoma, Wash., where they were called by the ious illness of Mrs. Ira Doxtater, who is the mother of L. W. and C. H. proved. ser Mrs. Doxtater is much im ATHLETES FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT IN ONE HOUR IF NOT PLEASED, your 40c back. Ask any druggist for this STRONG fungicide, T-4-L. Made with 90 pcr ! cent alcohol, it PENETRATES. _ Reaches and kills MORE germs fas ter. Today at . . . LIBBY PHARMACY : I i ADKIN'S FOOD MARKET FRED&\ WHITE t \ FOOD X.stores y f NEW POTATOES,10lbs53c MAZOLA OIL SPAM 64c 12 ounce tin quarts 39c RADISHES .. 3 bunches 13c van camps ... CRISCO PORKandBEANS 3 pound tin 92c 35c 2 cans HIRES ROOT BEER EXTRACT 27c ART ATKINS GUARANTEED MEATS MEAT IS OUR BUSINESS • GRADE A—YOUNG Legs o' Mutton Sugar Cured . . . SLAB BACON 45c POUND 45c lb. • GRADE A—YOUNG Shoulders o' Mutton 39c POUND Young . . . • CHOICE YOUNG PORK LIVER Mutton Chops 25c lb. 49c POUND DILL PICKLES - BULK PICKLED PIGS FEET Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neils had as their guests over the week end Mrs. Neil s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stillwell of Seattle. Joan and Diane Neils returned with their randparcnts for a months' visit. Rainbow Girls are having a rum- j inage sale. June 10 at 10:00 a. m. j n the Community room. All the terns will be in excellent condi-1 1c tion. " ! I_»l u For Your... PLUMBING needs we offer an n 1 - * I 1 A FULL LINE OF SUP- PLIES INCLUDING . . . 4 .© S A cast iron bath tubs; lavatories and toilets. We can complete your plumbing system with everything in plumbing fixtures including Orangeburg and soil pipe: galvanized pipe; kitchen sinks; Youngstowm Kitchenaiders and medicine cabinets. • To complete that house we can furnish you with Dutch Boy inside and out paints. • We also have the 4 x 8 x 8 glass blocks and ribbed metal lath. • We still have a few' $11.50 wagons for that special price of $9.55. Come in and pick your June Bride Gift from our stock of Community Silverware and other approp riate gifts. GERINGERE HARDWARE Mr. and Mrs. Ray Croy went to Williston, N. D.. Wednesday of last week to visit Mr. Croy's parents. They expect to return home this week end. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McGuigan of St. Paul, Minn., came Saturday for a two weeks visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Switzer, Sr. Mrs. McGuigan is Mrs. Switzer'. brother.