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Thursday, September 22. 1949
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Mrs, P. J. Shea and Miss Jenny Peterson, former Libby residents, but now of Spokane, visited old friends in Libby last week Mrs. Dale Walker of Windham is spending several days in Libby. visiting friends and relatives. She expects to leave for home this week . . 4 M . , turned home to Missoula this week end after spending a week visiting in Libby at the Joe Fennessy and the Harold Zwang homes. Judge Dean King of Kalispell will preside at a session of the district court which convenes Friday, Sept, . Mrs. Mary Danforth came on the bus Sunday morning from San Jose, Calif., to stay a couple of weeks with her brother, Chas. Halsey. On her return home she w-ill visit with relatives m Portland, Ore. William Heise and Carl Heise made a week-end trip over to Thompson Falls and returned via the Clarke's Fork valley and the' Bull lake road. They report that, fishing was not so good. Mr. and Mrs. George Heath and son Gary, drove to Missoula Satur day returning home Sunday even Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Heath and daughter, Kathleen, returned to Missoula last Saturday after spend-j ing the summer at Libby and Cor am. Melvin was employed this summer by the Rocky Mountain Timber and Range Experiment Sta tion, Missoula. He is a forestry stu dent at the University of end. Mr. and Mrs. William Zwang re 23. in g. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nelson and ! Mrs. Nelson's mother. Mrs. Margaret Nicholson, visited friends in Coeur d'Alene last week, before going on to Wallace Ida., where they visited! relatives and attended the wedding^ of Eugene Nicholson and Miss Syl-j via Kerns. Eugene is the grandson of Mrs. Nicholson. After spending 1 a few days in Wallace they con-' tinued on to Missoula where they visited with friends before return ing to Libby. —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2 nd and Meyer Wolff, assistant regional forester from Missoula, and Russ LeBarron of the experiment station of Missoula, are here for a few days inspection on the Kootenai forest. Miss Fayetta Tisher left today for Cheney, where she will attend Fast ern Washington College of Eduea tion as a third quarter sophomore, Miss Tisher is majoring in history. The rest of the fire control forces in the Kootenai National Forest will be demobilized the last of this week, with the exception of the ranger assistants. Upland bird season opens Sept. 25. The forestry officials caution, all using the forests to be careful with fires. Miss Mary M. Sherman, clerk of 4th Tuesdav of each month. the Kalispell selective service board, | " met with the members of the re- | tiring board of Lincoln county Tues- ! day pertaining to the transferring ■ of selective service data to the Kal- 1 ispell office. Youths of 18 will con tinue to register at the County Clerk's office. Allen Frame, telephone plant man, returned to his home in Coeur I d'Alene on Monday. Mr. Frame] assisted chief operator Florence ] Pautz with the operation of this j. office during the strike which was ' terminated with a back to work : order on Monday. —V. F. W. Meetings the 1st and 3rd | Wednesday of each month at the club. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cada, Jr., of Winona, Minn., arrived Sunday ! on their honeymoon trip and are | visiting at the home of Mr. and 1 Mrs. George Wood. Mr. Cada is a nephew of Mrs. Wood's. The couple j were married last Saturday before j leaving Winona. ( _ Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Barkee went 4 to Great Falls, Monday where ^lr. Barkee attended an insurance con vention. I mi t ft - Thit beautiful DIAMOND MATCHED SET She'll be proud . . all her life . . and happy jn the memory of 'auch a treasured possession. (These Diamonds have been selected by men with a life time .of experience in the skilled -profession of inspect ing and certifying precious gems. f SINUINI »IOIIIIIU-IMIUII0 DIAMONDS Jewelry of Distinction WELCH'S Jewelry & Gsh Shop 1. j - Mr. and Mrs. A G Hedstrom left j Saturday for a visit with their son in San Leandro, Calif. While I route they will stop at Salem. Ore to visit friends. Miss Marian Bakke returned Sun day from two weeks vacation, visit-1 ing her mother, Mrs. Nannie Bakkr| m Watford City, N. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chamberlain of Wausaw, Wis., visited a few day^ at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Smith. Mrs. Chamberlain is a niece of Mrs. Smith. n,ec£ Mrs. Gordon Slauson went io Hermiston, Ore., Sunday of last week to visit at the home of her parents. She returned home Tues day. i Mr. and Mrs. Earl Winfrev made a business trip Monday to Spokâpu ; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Partlow wer« | in Spokane Friday and Saturdav )caring for business matters. Mr Partlow reports road conditions be j tween Troy and the Idaho Stat^ Line in fair condition. Mr. and Mrs. Arcen Belmore were in Missoula Sunday, taking their daughter, Phyllis, over to enter the State University. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Mitchell visit ed over the week end in Big Fork. They attended the football game Saturday in Ronan. Claude Wilson of Chicago, came) Wednesday of last week to visit the home of Mr. and Mrs. Switzer, Sr. Mr. Wilson attended 'school in Libby and is an old school mate of Mr. Switzer. They drove jto Kalispell Sunday to visit Montana.'schoolmate, Jack McCarthy. Mr. Wilson, who was in vaudeville wont for many years, still owns property in L'bby. -RUMMAGE SALE — The Junior Aid of the First Lutheran Church will hold a Rummage Sale at Community Room, Sept. 24, starting at 10:00 a. m. 18-2c(held Lee Tinker is visiting at the home of his son, Maurice Tinker and fam - ily of Seattle. He has been therein, for the past two weeks. George Wood and son, George were business visitors Thursday and Friday in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nicholas wore business visitors Monday in Sand point, Dick Ziemantz of Sunnyside. Wn., delivered a Case tractor, plow and disc Monday to Paul Stamschror's Farm Supply Store. Doctor and Mrs. Eugene Scrivner of Port Orchard. Wash., visited the week end with his mother. Mrs.) O. A. Anderson. Mayor Clay Parker returned Sun-j day from Great Falls, where he at tended the State of Montana's photo grapher's convention. Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Stearns left Tuesday afternoon for a two weeks vacation in Clendenin, W. Va., where they will visit Mrs. Stearns' parents, and other relatives and friends, 200 ACRES;—20 acres in Meadow on highway, good buildings, water under pressure, Delco lightd, school bus. Included in the deal is stock and machinery. Price $6000.00— Terms SMALL COTTAGE:—near Libby. City lights, out buildings—$1000.00. 100 ACRES;—10 miles out on highway. Creek thru property, 20 acres cleared. School bus, electric lights. $28.00 per acre. JOHN F. BOWEN, local Strout agent E. A. STROUT REALTY RESIDENCE 66-M OFFICE PHONE 260 BOX 295 STATION I ■3 MS *7 ) ! E », 1*0 U. -v Tn» •s NOW IS THE TIME... SKID-RID TIRES (The Tires that GO ANYWHERE) ANTI FREEZE (Prestone - Alcohol) KNOBBY TIRES-CHAINS Tinker s CHEVRON Service R. P. M. OIL THE WESTERN ! keep division was awarded to Mr. j and H f rry Ciiapmcmj second cn'P r:z ^ M "; ^mes B_ Llowers and , | th l rd A 0 Alrs ' V A' R ' c £_ ^ L In the new landscaping division.) (V' s Paul u Eva "f- second m 1 "' ÎmT 31 ™ a " th £ d to . Mrs ' ^ Dmwiddie. 1 ■ lh t ? p^pfs placed first j" tbe s P^'fl * H trfn.c a Z ;l ora ^ arI ^ n ^ me p* and trellis and I'A Br ° ckwav . second i M . ucb ' nterest u , as . sho n in . thc contest this year but: many contes tants llvl Pf ° utslde the ,Aiv. hmits \ vere unable to cope wlth the ver> dr £ul ea f?£h V rillK „.icW . The , Ll . bb> , P? rd ^ n F v wishes J? extend its thanks to Mrs. Joe ^ujawa. Mrs. Paul Stamschror. and Mrs John Fuller for their coopéra tl0 T I ? In i" dgmg . the con l es *V endeavor of the Libby p arden Club to spon sor this con -1 h.'.nt W 'nH mifeh' i-TnH h b £ U i and ' j scaping being done the club hope^ ' t0 have nnany more entnes neXt l yesr ' MOVE U'ARLAND CREW tq ijrry CREEK I Logging operations in the War land district will cease temporarily ' this week. The crew will be moved to the logging district on Libby at'creek, where it will be for the next Elmer'three months. | The box factory has been running (on one shift beginning last Monday. 1 . , . anotherJUSTICE COURT ! PRIZES AWARDED IN YARD IAND GARDEN CONTEST For the past several years the I Libby Garden Club has sponsored j the Better Homes and Yards con test. First prize in the general up Bavard Lee Jones and Delbert j Wilkes, arrested by Sheriff Liven ! good Sept. 14, and charged with (burglary, were arraigned in Jus nice H. B. Wallace's Court Sept. 14. : Pleading "not guilty" each was the'placed under a $500 bond. Being ; unable to raise bond, both were over for appearance in district I court this Friday, 1 L. D. O'Brien, arrested on Sept, was charged with and pled guilty to passing bad checks. He was sentenced in Justice Wallace's court to 10 days in jail, and admon ished to make the checks good. Mrs. F. Warner entertained her over)ispell Friday. Mrs. Hilbird was a Kalispell (shopper Friday. Dr. and Mrs. Hans Nachtigal of Chicago. Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Bert, Davis, Libby, spent the past week visiting Chief Jim Whitecalf at at Browning. The Doctor and the Chief are old time friends of long standing. Mr. and Mrs. Nachtigal have a summer home on the east Fisher where they vacation each "pinochle club" Wednesday night. High score was won by Mrs. Dick Powell; 2nd high, Mrs. G. Leck rone; and low by Mrs. H. Miller. A lovely lunch was served. Mrs. Buck Nelson shopped in Kal year. NEWS, LIBBY MONTANA PUBLICITY COMMITTEE HOLDS LENCHEON MEET The publicity committee of the) I Libby Chamber of Commerce will hold a luncheon meeting tomorrow I (Friday) noon at the Surprise Cafe Tto 'commîuoe * i rob-cC j j to discuss re i atlve t0 Its ' a î?t7vities j during the coming vear. j i The group will meet at 12 Ou r. • m i t-!-— I SCOUT PACK MEETING j ' There will be a pack meeting Fn jday. Sept 23, at the Jr. High audi t torium * at 7;30 m Th p g p aient s Cub anri B o>' £outs are urged to ( attend this meeting terested in scouting mav also at-! !tend this meeting I Mr Waltem "f e of the Wcstern ! Montana Bov Scout Council will speak to the parents and the scout' Cub scouts will receive pins, badges. and arrow pomts p,^ P ] a n to attend this meeting with voui bov ' HALVOR ROSGARD DIES COUER D'ALENE, 7 —Kalvor T. Roseard. 93 resident of th? Cocur d 'A] e ne Homes since! I942, died m hls s,e€ P la st night "e came here from Eureka Mont Mr. Rosgard was born in Norway I and at one time served as captain I of the king's life guard. There are' no known relatives. "__ Y ° l R STAMPS AT tajcal POST OFFICE All sportsmen who hunt ducks. and geese, when the duck season opens Oct. 7, are obliged to have a Federal Water Fowl Stamp (Duck Stamp) which are now on sale at aB . post offices. $2.00 this year, Anvone in Idaho. Sent. The stamps are COBURN ELECTRONICS For dependable, guar anteed radio service— CALL . . . Libby 188X or Troy 74 4 - ADKINS FOOD MARKET /RED&\ WHITE / \ FOOD S.STOWES y. ? 1 EATMOR CRANBERRIES pound 29c JELLO and Jello Puddings TISSUE 25c 8 c 3 rolls Northern pke ADKINS TOP QUALITY COFFEE pound 52c FRUIT COCKTAIL Libby's TUNA FLAKES 34c 33c Our Value size tin can FERMA COLOR BROOMS eoch 1.42 SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN ADDED MOTHER S—Have you used our new CHROME BABY - SEAT SHOPPING CARRIERS ! . . Another feature to make your Shopping more pleasant. PHONE 251 GUARANTEED = MEATS WE WILL SAVE IT A COMPARE AND SEE THE DIFFERENCE CHOICE HEAVY—COLORED VEAL ROASTS Pound . ROASTING HENS Local—Pound . 45c 49c ARMOURS—LARGE FANCY—COLORED WEINERS FRYERS 35c 49c Pound Local—Pound FISH - TAMALES FROZEN FRYERS LEAN SLICED BACON 57c Pound THANK YOU ! DONT MISS GAMBLES EXPANSION SALE Art Atkins PASTOR AND WIFE \DOPT INFANT Hev. and Mrs. W. C. Stearns of th * Methodist Church arc happy to announce the arrival of Anna Eliza Beth. aged three and one-half a Renew' b> ^ *** ^ ** c ' ,,p ' s,,n The sweet little new comer is a blue eyed blonde, weight about 14 pounds, and already has cap timed the hearts of all who have met her. She was born on June 3. 1949. SAVE MONEY! IPs - .Ä y J' . 1 * 2 ; t / REDUCED PRICES ON . . . ZENITH ELECTRIC RANGES REG —$294.95—NOW $225.65 REG —$269.95—NOW $199.95 Westinghouse Electric Vacuum Cleaner—reg. $69.95, now $62.95. Special price includes attachments worth $18.95. ZENITH DEE:? FREEZE— reg. $294.58, now $221.00 SPECIAL PRICES ON YOUNGSTOWN WALL CABINETS WE HAVE 45-lb. & 55-Ib. LAB-TESTED ROOFING Be ready for cold weather with COMBINATION STORM and SCREEN DOORS. GERINGERE HARDWARE PAGE NIKI i i CITY MAIL DELIVERY NEARS REALIZATION Postmaster F. L* DeRosia states j that some of the city mail carrier equipment has arrived in the local post office, adding encouragement to the realization of house delivery in the near future. All houses must be numbered, and the postmaster also states that all city blocks will be served, that contain sufficient homes to warrant the service.