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Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wolfe of Ev: ette, Wash., visited over the week end with their family j n Libby! Mrs. Wolfe is a sister of Mrs. Glea son Pilcher. Miss Lois Staudacher who is em ployed at Buttrey's in Cut Bank, visiting her grandparents. Mr, and Mrs. T. A. Staudacher for a few days this week, while on vacation. Lois is well known to Libbv er . young folks, having visited Libby each year since a small child, entering college at the Montana State University as a freshman. She will major in journalism. Mrs. Leonard Homann, Gloria Homann, and Mrs. George Smith went to Seattle last Thursday to visit Mrs. R. H. Goodman and Mrs. Art Greiner, two sisters of Mrs, Ho Thev re turned home Wednesday of this week. —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. She mann and Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. John Rody of Cor vallis, are in Libby visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Perlev Vatland, who is ill at her home. Eugene Eggert and Mr. and M William J. Nelson drove to Hot Springs over the week end chink hunting. Mrs. Margaret Nicholson accompanied them to visit friends. rs. 6-Room house in South Libby with bath. Three lots, corner property, garage and wood shed. Highway No. 2 frontage. 140 Acres. 50 acres in meadow and bottom land, creek through meadow; 40 acres virgin timber; good six-room house with bath. Delco lights and electrical appliances. Some stock and equipment; school bus; mail delivery; 20 miles out. Price $8,500.00. JOHN F. BOWEN, local Strout agent E. A. STROUT REALTY OFFICE PHONE 260 BOX 295 RESIDENCE 66-M FOOD MARKET * urn [•Til • The MIX that makas DELICIOUS CAKES WHITE, GOLD, or SPICE BtTTtR baking VÊ3 OtO»l««Y»kG I ecu HT OCCIDENT » CAKE m mix ottiKSt (ÿ. tUMlY H0U« 50-lb. sack ENRICHED FAMILY FLOW 37c KRISPY CRACKERS CROSSED FISH KIPPERED SNACKS I2c 47C Li tin Fine for lunches HONEY SUNSHINE CHOCOLATE 1 pound 89c 37c DROPS ... 5 lbs. Bradshaw's Cranberry Sauce Ocean Spray 17c 1 YOUR DOG WANTS can InUkm dog food PUMPKIN 10c 2Vzs tin Vesta Cube or Meal 3.15 25 60 c SALAD SPREAD POUNDS quarts Miracle Whip GUARANTEED MEATS MAKES SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Thanksgiving Poultry « s: c NEW LOW PRICES All Sizes of Fancy Brood-Breasted Toms and Hen Turkeys GEESE, DUCKS AND HEAVY ROASTING CHICKENS SELECT YOURS EARLY YOUNG Fancy Young LEG-O-PORK ROAST - Waste free, lean .... 49c 45c Fresh Lean SIDE PORK Sweet and Tender . for ci your "homemade head cheese PICKLES - KRAUT - MINCEMEAT - ALL KINDS OF FISH lb. 20c Moke your selection from our large, suggestive display . . . Art Atkins S- R. Smart went to Missoula Wednesday and Thursday attending to business matters. Mrs. Wm. Heise was a week end Spokane caller, visiting and shop P in 8 Miss Shirley Bauer, who a student at E. W. C. E. at Cheney, spent the week end here with her folks. Raymond Remp who attends Idaho State at Moscow was home over the week end, Lincoln County Commissioners will meet in special session. Tues day, Nov. 22. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Brockway, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zwang, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lovick, Mrs. lola Welch, and Mrs. Ethleèn Hoffman were Friday evening dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Ned Joughin. After dinner the guests played Canasta. ~ v - F- W. Meetings the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at the club. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Erickson and daughter, Linda, drove to Missoula Saturday to see the college play "Our Town" starring Miss Mary Maurer. They report the produc tion worthy of all praise and com ments made in its favor. The audi torium was packed to a capacity crowd. —FOOD-SALE and BAZAAR, Par ker's Studio, 10:00 a. m., Sat., Dec. 3—Methodist Sr. W. S. C. S. ,27-4t THE WESTERN I Mrs. O. A, Raasch left for Long jBeach, Calif., Monday on the Em pire Builder after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. W. G, Seims. Mrs. Seims is Mrs. Raasch's sister in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Staudacher, Mr and Mrs. T, A. Staudacher. and Miss Lois Staudacher, drove to Kal ispell Tuesday on business. —Everything—to repair your spec taclcs or any gold or silver jewelry. j 36 years in Libby doing expert ) watch repairing. Earl Buckingham, ; at the Buckingham Jewelry Store. I Tbe store of better diamonds.— <Keepsake. ) 1c Mrs. Hilmar Hansen, Western News correspondent of Troy, was ' n Libby Wednesday on business, Mr. and Mrs. August Wichman visited over the week end in Spo kane. Bill Foley of Hall Perry Machinery Co., Butte, was in Libby the first of the week servicing equipment. While here he visited at the home of his friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Partlow'. —Lumber and Sawmill Worker's Union No. 2581 meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesdav of each month. LIBBY VET SAW MUCH SERVICE (Continued from Page One) Walter Kessel, Mrs. Chris Ramlo, and Mrs. Don Roberts furnished the music with Mrs. Roberts at the piano. Casket-bearers were Ted Acker man, Robert Siefke, George Skran ak, and I. B. Flesher, members of the Legion and O. A. Anderson, Gust Adamson, Art Williams, and Art Pierce, members of the V. F. W. Honorary pall-bearers were Harold Miller, Sam Vartanian, John Ledum, AI Lovick, Julius Beccari and Logan Crestwell. Concluding services at the grave side were conducted by Walt Katar zy and John Appelgren. A grave side address was given by Highway Supervisor E. H. England and Taps was sounded by Harold Gompf. Interment was in the Veterans' plot at the Libby cemetery. Survivors include; Mrs. Andrew, sister; Gabriel Ludvikson, brother; Step Ludvikson, nephew, and Mrs. June Stephenson, Mrs. Agnes Per son, and Mrs. Alice Munro, nieces. Canasta was again enjoyed at Uplands, Monday evening, by a NEWS, LIBBY MONTANA large group of friends and the host and hostess, Carlton ana Mrs. Ned Joughin. Mrs. Hazel Lamorie from Usk, Wash., was in Libby the past week on business and pleasure. Mrs. Vern Hovey left last Thurs day for Eureka, Calif., where sh. will make her home. More than 10,000.000 World War II veterans have applied for educa tion and training under the GI Bill since that law went into effect in June, 1944. This total—as of Oct ober 1, 1949—represents two-thirds of all World War II veterans. Distil Gift 5 / 9 I m & PROTECTED Against MOISTURE and DIRT The Langdon 17 jewel». 10k nat ural gold-filled. 18k applied gold nu meral-dot or luminous dial. j 66 " Pod. Tax Indudod ALSO . . . Elgin, Bulova, Optima and others. Jewelry of Distinction WELCH'S Jewelry & Gift Shop Penneys Bigger Than Ever ~$7 TOY LAND! \ II . . . opens Saturday, Nov. 19th at 10 o'clock.-Hurry Down ... use our conven ient Loy-Awoy Plan, and choose your selection now! «rv r s' z /y - ' N H U CASH R j Vi VS R and Y STUFFED ANIMALS STURDY STEEL VELOCIPEDES COASTER WAGONS CARRY H 1.39 4.98 4.98 u R Rayon plush dogs, cats, bears and many other cuddly animals ... all wonderfully low priced! Eyes and noses are riv Y eted in. 7%"-10" high. Specially designed for the young fry. Durable steel frame, adjustable saddle, and rubber grips. 10" front wheel. ... A Christmas value! A wonderful gift for OilliàlftO youngsters. Sturdy steel \AV i|ll|N . . . built for lots of rough wn ■ Safe, and tumble use. smooth rolled edges . . . Buy now for Christmas! PENNEY'S BASEMENT TOY STORE S •V e* TOY LAND OPEN SATUR DAYS A V-2 n V (WÖ, M E AT P FREIGHT TRAIN SETS 11" DRINK'N' WET DOLLS ALL E METAL DOLL STROLLERS DAY N 1.69 2.98 N 2.98 Molded rubber baby dolls wdth their very own bottles ... so much fun to own. (A thrifty buy at this price!) Swiv el plastic • head. Coo voice. A low price for this stur dy steel set! There are 5 train units . . . the loco motive shoots off harm less sparks. 27" x 45" track. Spring-wind mo E WEEK DAYS 1 to 6 Y Designed for dolls up to 28" tall . . . priced for thrift Adjustable foot S rest Plastic safety strap. Red with ivory. tor. We can't begin to list the hundreds of new items in our NEW TOYLAND—Hurry down and see for yourself! PENNEYS In Save Libby At with her manager of the Montana hotel. Miss Inez Hipke visited Nov sistcr-m-law. Edna M Thede of Troy. Edna Thede is now O « „ <PL o o ^ To ° & ® 1 ♦ can* Wj o iVh-fT s % Oy HS* 4? -A Let yam glaaaware "Say it with tower*." Dwaeaa'» * Language of Flower» pattern »peak» aignad alter the trend aet by Kata Cr a— a way in bar revolutionary ideaa for illustrating JJ * J w 1 ' Duncan's Language of FWwer» glaasware b adaptable it off«» advantage; and enhaaeea elaborate fermai luncheon Bettings. See this lovely pattern today. WELCH'S Jewelry & Gift Shop » Gw Mr, and Mrs Maurice Staudacher of Holcombe, Wis,, are visiting at the T. A. Staudacher home, while here on business.