Havre Daily News Newspaper Archives Oct 31 1947, Page 6

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Havre Daily News (Newspaper) - October 31, 1947, Havre, Montana . Quality and satisfaction Here the finest in you la look and fool your Host in any oho of these handsome top or overcoats they re made from the finest in Domestic and imported fabrics. They re priced at the Price you want to pay use our convenient a tanked the Friendly store now is the time to see How we can help you own your own Home. Havre Federal savings and loan association a to third a Havre Montana pleated around Shade needed tubing Rich ornamental genuine 5-Inch Onyx Ite insert reflector lamp has 100-200-300 Watt lighting National lamps americans greatest Lam value r Ivory and Goj a ,00% Guarani has everything you want a beaut that will glorify any room a qua lit that assures years of satisfaction a Price you can afford to pay. Havre furniture i a buy where others save Friday evening october 31, toi7 Randolph Hokanson. Talented Young pianist will be heard in the second concert of the Havre Community concert series monday night i at 8 15 of clock in the High school auditorium. Leo Morse of Simpson trails a acted business in Havre thursday. Peter Nelson retires after Long service As county employee Peter Nelson Cheit Engineer at the Hill county courthouse Foi 1 is years retired today. He thus becomes the first county employee to retire under the Public employees retirement system. Members of the system Are automatically retired at the age of 75. Nelson beloved by countless i county employees and officers since 1916, was born in red Wing j minn., on nov. 26. I>70. He arrived in Box elder in april 1910, and Homestead d Northeast it that place. He was appointed Engineer at j the courthouse Here on Jan. I. 1916. And Between 1916 and 192-5 he twice assumed the position of superintendent of the Hill county poor farm. The remainder of time from 1916 until today he i has been chief Engineer at the courthouse. Or and mrs. Nelson who plan to continue making their Home in Havre have two sons Walter who is in the insurance business at Astoria ore., and Emil a rail i Way mail clerk working out of Helena. A locals mrs. John Phalen of Warrick i i was a Havre caller yesterday. Or. And mrs. Sari Clayborn of tile Shambo Community were Havre business callers today. Or. And mrs. George Borlaug of Gildford were business callers in Havre thursday. Mrs Maude Fritz has left for j Salem. Ore., where she will visit. At the Home of major and mrs. Frank Patterson. I Quot Box 13" featuring Alan Ladd in a new transcribed mystery series sponsored by j Coa St to a o a St Kojm the listeners station 3 00 to 3sio in. M. A every sunday�?7 30 on your dial a age six frigid Al re electric ranges in Stock Small apartment Hoise size. Larger sizes starting at. Is 49-75 is 89-75 Clack s hardware Havre daily news want ads pay a try one Mcanelly rites Are conducted at big Sandy funeral services were Lichi yesterday afternoon at the big Sandy methodist Church for Moses Frank Mcanelly is. Pioneer big Sandy business Man and Farmer who passed away last saturday at Marshalltown. Iowa. Services were conducted by the Rev. Charles Rhodes and two numbers a it is Well with my soul and a shoes Jesus were Sung by a mixed quartet composed of mrs. Ona Berg. Or. And mrs. Rolf Svennungsen and Carl Tuttle. They were accompanied by mrs. Tuttle who also accompanied her husband As he Sang As a Solo a a of. Some pallbearers for the aged Man. Who came to re Sandy in 1919, were Walter Tschirgi. C. C. Mills. Archie Mcmillan Walter Oliver Archie Frame and Einar Berg. Burial was in the big Sandy cemetery beside the grave of mrs. Mcanelly. Who passed away in 1932. Attending the services in a body and conducting masonic rites at the graveside were members of treasure Lodge 95. Led by Roy Pratt acting master. Will appear Here monday Stanley Snyder insurance a real estate for third ave. Across from pot office fire a theft insurance will cover damage to your property by fire or theft. Come in and talk Over your insurance problems now. Mrs c. D. Keeling who has been visiting at Tho Home of her sister. Mrs. George bowery the past two months left yesterday for Spokane and other Washington and California Points. Mrs t. Woodworth of St. Paul is Here this week visiting at the Homes of or. And mrs. Clarence Peterson and or. And mrs. Virgil Lindgren. Mrs. Woodworth is at present convalescing from a recent Gaiter operation. Practically perfect with your sophisticated suits Correct for City and country. Styled by Peacock in soft Black kid Lou Lucke its magic cooking with. Electric ranges Universal and Kelvin tor. Come in for a free demonstration. You will by j amazed at their outstanding done to let the cold weather bother Vou i get a am Sun flame or Quaker fuel Oil space it Heater and Lauh at the cold. Quaker made the first Oil Heater in the United states.9 Dave no sofa and chair sets. Luxurious Comfort when you sit on two i sets of Springs instead of one. They contain the j new hair flex rubber in the arms for longer drop Leaf dining room tables $49.50�?� 5-piece Chrome dinettes from $49.50 More merchandise per Dollar a Patten furniture amp appliance store 326 first Street phone 69-m steady Date a tiny turnover Collar end Bright Bonds of color add up to a love of a Junior Dater. Black with Ruby or Aqua spice with Blue or spotlight with Paradise Blue Rayon Tel crepe. Junior sizes 9 to 15. Carole King girl. Grey Blond Blue Pink. Junior Glide Rayon crepe in Junior sizes 9 to 15. Main floor fashions

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