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Miss Patricia Cairns has returned home from Evanston. Ill., where she completed her junior year in Poli tical Science at Northwestern Uni versity. House guests of Miss Cairns are Miss Nancv Scribner Washington D. C„ and Bert O. Sul livan, Chicago, who are spending a couple of weeks visiting her. Mrs. Artin Pat and son. Gene Bouton, are spending the week va cationing in Portland. L. Hall left Wednesday of last week for a business trip in Ken tucky. During his absence Darcy Schermerhorn has taken over driv ing the Libby Creamery milk truck. Mr. Hall will be gone for a couple of weeks. Lynn and Kent Sleizer of Spo kane came Sunday to visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sleizer. —Nothing cleans upholstery and rugs so well, so quickly, so safely and for so little as Mystic Foam.— GAMBLE'S. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Swartz ana family. Barbara, Kathrvn. and Rich ard of Vancouver, Wash., came Sat urday to spent a couple of weeks visiting at the J. S. Fennessv home Mrs. Swartz is the former Margaret Fennessy. Alec Borgen of Ben. Ore., came Sunday evening to visit old friends in Libby, where he formerly made his home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sheffles of Great Falls, visited Monday and Tuesday in Libby at the home of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. E Partlow. —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month Postmaster and Mrs. Forrest L. DeRosia returned Saturday from Bainville, where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Romo and children. Mrs. Romo is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. De Rosia. They were accompanied home by their niece, Miss Donna Pritchard of Fairview. The Libby Creamerv has now added "Smoothies" to their produc tion of good things to eat. Smooth ies is a new sherbet stick confection which will sell for a nickel. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Briggs of San Francisco, came last week to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Archer until after the Fourth. Mrs. Briggs is Mr. Archer's sister. Mr. Briggs is a national ad vertising salesman on the San Francisco News. He is pleased with the Libby country's fishing and plans to return. Mr. and Mrs. .Oscar Nelson of Kalispell, visited Sunday with Mr. Nelson's brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Vic tor Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Har old Nelson and families. Mr. ànd Mrs. William Brown of Havre spent the weekend visiting at the L. J. Brown home. Kenneth Thompson, Helena, sistant director of the Wildlife Re storation division of the Montana Fish and Game Commission spent the week in the forest inspecting the work being done on the Deer Management, combined a project of the Forestry department and the Fish and Game commission. This is the only project of its type in the country, he said. Charles Phenecie, Helena, Fish eries Biologist with the Fish and Game Commission, visited Savage Lake this week to inspect the growth of the planted fish there. Mr. Phenecie reported an unusually fine growth. Mrs. Jessie Fagerberg made a business trip to Helena Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Lovick re turned Sunday from a sixteen day vacation. They visited friends and relatives in San Francisco, Menlo Park, Burbank and North Holly wood, Calif., Casper, Wyo., and Butte. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Read and family and Mr. & Mrs. Julian Read and family of Missoula were Sun day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Johnson. The Reads flew to Libby for the Breakfast Hop and returned home via plane. Mr. and Mrs. Fred LaRoque and family of Kalispell spent Sunday in Libby. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gildea of Portland are visiting in Libby. They were former residents of Lib as by. Mrs. Bill Dorrington, Sr., of Great Falls, is visiting here at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Ted Acker man and son Bill, Jr. New cement sidewalk has been completed during the past week in front of Parker's Studio and the Hamburger Stand. Watches of Style \ B 0* PROTECTED Against MOISTURE and DIRT The Langdon 17 jewels. 10k nat ural gold-filled. 18k applied gold nu meral -^dot or luminous dial. Pad. Tax indudad "Jewelry of Distinction 5 66 00 WELCH'S Jewelry & Gift Shop Though by Saturday night Mon-l tana was over the top in the Na tional Opportunity Bond Drive a hundred and five tenths per cent Lincoln County lagged behind be-i ir.g nearly eight thousand dollar« short of its goal of S39 000 accord ing to county chairman' Mrs Jessie Fagerberg. " However there have been no re 'cent tabulations, and Lincoln Coun ty may have raised her percentage which was only 79.7 per cent Sat urday evening. The Opportunity »net dnve ends today . THREE FIRES OCCUR RECENTLY IN FOREST ■ T ,îl ree , ^' res bave been reported •a /■ 7 > fin 0r f St *bis rnon Jb- A class of an acr c) fire occurred in the Flower Creek country caused it is believed by a cigarette thrown Ironi a train, forest officials re t •uu Another fire occurred in 1 tne Libby district at the Hennessy Place in Libby when children play ln ® )Y*fb ma f c bos ignited the for est, this was a class A fire burn mg less than a quarter acre. A caieless smoker fire occurred at Dickey Lake in the Fortine dis tnct. It was a class A fire. LINCOLN COUNTY LAGS IN BOND DRIVE SIGNS OF LIBBY PROGRESS iu irst State Bank has com pleted the remodeling of the back room formerly occupied by the Beverly Beauty Shop. The remedied room will house the bank s bookkeeping department. New fixtures, shelving and tions have been added to the Other signs of progress noted around town are the new business sign of Gambles Store, the Libbv Grocery's new delivery truck, and the paint job which has been done on the front of Hargreave's Drug Store. " newlv parti room. RETIREMENT PROPERTY j 65 Acres—eight miles from town. 15 acres ir culti vation, irrigated. 50 acres in pasture, fenced, 175 bearing fruit trees, small fruit, large garden, 5-room l\-> story peeled log house with bath. Large front room with fireplace. Very neat. City lights, phone available, water piped from mountain stream, cow barn for six head, chicken house. All fruit an J crops go with place. Call or w'rite for prices. JOHN F. BOWEN, local Strout ogent E, A. STROUT REALTY OFFICE PHONE 2S0 BOX 295 RESIDENCE 66-M JVOWf I o: \ - ? 1 CEI ' THE SAME HIGH QUALITY THAT HAS MADE RONDO THE MOST POPULAR OF FINE PERCALES ALL NEW This is not a clearance or a close-out but a new lower price level. • • • I ALL NEW COLORS ... «, dear. so well-blended they take your breath away! ALL NEW DESIGNSt • stripes, plaids, checks, tiny florals plus many, many other new-this-season patterns. • • fRondo comes in a Rainbow of solid colors too! •R«». U. S. P««. Off. at Penney's m mwm îWSJSSSi LIBBY, MONTANA DONNA ADAMSON HONORED AT SHOWER TUESDAY M iss Donna Adamson was guest of honor at a bridal shower Tues Iday evening. Mrs. Mae Scott and Mrs Melvin Paulson were co-hos tesses at the shower which was held at the Scott home. The evening was spent m P la - vin S R aTT,es - Guests included Mrs. Jack Reed, i ?,Irs - Del Miller of Thompson Falls, Mrs - ^ Ludlow of Spokane. Mrs. Don Auger. Mrs. Sam Auger. Mrs. ' p byllis Nelson, Mrs. lola Svends bve - Mrs - John Solem < Mrs. Alvin I Nich °ls. Mrs. Joe Becker, Mrs. Gust 'Adamson, Mrs. Howard Blanchard, M rs - Carl Wiendenheft, Mrs. Geo. PauLson - Mrs. Elias Paulson - Mrs. i Duane Adamson. Miss Charlotte Becker. Miss Norma Solem. and and M rs. Walter Jensen. MRS. FRED FISHER IS I HONORED AT STORK SHOWER Mrs. Fred Fisher was honored at a stork shower held Monday even ing at Kootenai Falls. Hostesses were Mrs. Frank McClain and Mrs. Frank Magera. Guests included Mrs. Frank Peck, Mrs. Arthur Peck, Mrs. Lee Geh ring. Mrs. Clarence Watters.. Mrs. Duane Sturm, Mrs. Lee Childs, Mrs. Robert Hadwen, Mrs. Fred Wil liams, Mrs. William Hafferman, Mrs. Duane Whitehouse, Mrs. Ed Hew 'tt. Mrs. Clifford Hayden, Miss Edith Baeth, Miss Norma Haffer man, and Miss Joanne Zimm erman. STORK SHOWER HONORS MRS. EUGENE BÜTI Mrs, Eugene Buti was guest-of honor at a stork shower held Mon day at the home of Mrs. Frank Simurdak. Other hostesses in eluded Mrs. Georee Price and Mrs. Joe Johnston. The evening was spent playing bingo. Decorations consisted of flowers and mint bas kets. Guests were: Mrs. Robert Beck er, Mrs. Wilfred Becker, Mrs. John Thede, Mrs. Bud Thede. Mrs. Clar ence Larson. Mrs. Arthur Nelson, Mrs. Darrell Petrusha, and Mrs. Melvin Dickerson. PARENTS OF SIXTEEN CHILDREN: FIFTEEN ARE LIVING 1 I ! Mrs. "Happy" Hutton was in at j the Wallace Trading Post last Mon day buying a baby carriage for her sixteenth child, a girl who was!— born a week ago last Sundav. The next morning after the baby's birth Mrs. Hutton did not get up fori breakfast but by noon she was able , to come to the table. Mrs. Hutton states that there has! been a physician present at the, birth of only three of her children. I All of the sixteen except a boy who died from measles at the age of ( 15 months, are alive and well. The I last j seven children are all girls. The Hutton family lives about four miles below Libby on the north bank of the Kootynai river. CLEARANCE on Electrical Appliances ! in Kf» 'A? Zenith 8-cu. ft. Home Freeze, reg. price $294.50 Now for Quick Sale $221.00 Briggs & Stratton Electric Light Plant for that cabin; was $171 now $125.00 Zenith Electric Range, reg. price $269.95 . Zenith Electric Range, reg. price $289.95 . Reclaimed Zenith Washing Machine, electric, $129.95 Lawn Mower, was $22.45 . GLASS BLOCKS and COLEMAN FLOOR FURNACES for that New Home 10% Discount on 5-gal. lots of Dutch Boy White Outside Ilousepaint now only $189.00 now only $199.95 .now$ 95.00 . now $ 17.95 GERINGERS' HARDWARE ADKINS FOOD MARKET RED&N WHITE r , L FOOD X STORES y f SUGAR 25-lbs. $2.45 "You get your money's worth at Adkins. You must be pleased. Your palate and your pocketbook must be satisfied in every way or your money will be cheerfully refunded. Shop where you get your money's worth and where every purchase is uncon ditionally guaranteed. MELONS % t CRACKER-JACK 6 25c Guaranteed Ripe, 5%c lb. FOR I FIRST SHIPMENT OF . . . CANNING APRICOTS HAS ARRIVED OUR VALUE . . . TUNA FLAKES 2 CANS 69c SPAM Sunshine CRACKERS 2 POUNDS 47c Ks&tSSBiiI sm WAX PAPER 23c 41c 12 Diamond 125-fl. roll OUNCE TIN DILL PICKLES 33c CHEEZ-IT 16c Juno No. 2 can Always handy 6-oz. pkg. ART ATKINS GUARANTEED MEATS • ALWAYS THE BEST FOR A LITTLE LESS • Fancy Counfry Dressed Colored FRYERS C Lean Beef POT ROASTS 45c lb. Mild Cured PICNIC HAMS 49c Bf Pickled Pigs Feef - Dill Pick les - Assorted Lunch Meats 47c Choice YOUNG HENS. SAWMILL WILL CLOSE DOWN FOR HOLIDAYS The entire operations at the J Neils Sawmill will be down the morning of Saturday, July 2, for Closed This Coming Week Sorry folks we will be down the week of the 4th but will be open the following week a? usual. KOOTENAI LAUNDRY the holiday period. Operations will be resumed Monday. July 11. During this period the company employees will take their vaca tions, except for those employed on repairs.