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e, Spots In The News SCENE at Long Beach 1. got suddenly brighter as gals International uty Pageant workout JOAN REILLY shows pictur( and model of dormitories leased by Southampton College of Long Island U. from C.I.T. Educa- tional Buildings. i / 7 ; :  PIIIEST of films TV makes with snowballs at dio. WHO this strong-visaged gent is, repeated so It&apos;s UAR President Gamal Abdel Nasser. tte's ting" busts to newArillage for every street corner. Four Lakes Mrs. Sidney Larson ACTIVE grange meets Se. 10. This is meeting since June good attertdance is fair committee met last mad the booth will all the members to see, f'mished, to take to the auxiliary will meet for ,an all-day meet- pot-luck dirmer at meeting phce is mEST ICi p. 'doctor immediately if Cancer's Seven lasts more I bleeding orthickeningin elsewhere not heal in bowel or or COtlJJb a wart or mole CANCER SOCIETY 15 oz. 8 OZ. ize Your Adve ABee Reitmeier's home. Pomona grange meets at the hall Sept 25. More details will be in the paper next week. lV[r. and Mrs. Orville Phil- lipson and family spent the weekend at their cabin on Twin lakes. Miss Caroline Poore from Chancy  Mrs. Edith Hamilton from Seattle were gues. ,Mrs. Marcia Mace ad Len- ard and Sara Kay spent the weekend at Deep Lake wih Russell Sr. and Russ Jr. who are employed there. Others who joined them were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lvell, wtm came tO, get their an who has wrked at the resort oil summer. Saturday mornin,g Russeli Sr. killed a bear. In the after- noon, Mr. ,ad Mrs. Bernard Kline and sons from Slmkane visited the Maces and Lov- e11,s. Roger Han,sen and children. Mr..and Mrs. Harold Has- tings ,and two sons have pur- ehasad the 30 acre tract .south of the ttayfard church. This place was a hog ranch for sev- eral years then closed but the Hastings have started another hog ranch. This makes two hog ranches close to many other homes in Hayferd. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hew- son celebrated their 17th wed- ding aniversary Sept 5. Mrs. Bud Tucker of O'ppof tunity vsited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Heyson Tes- day. They canned corn. Mr. and Mrs. Germ Hut>bard are moving to Bremerton. Mr. attd Mrs. Emory Hew- son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Irmea Mr. 'and Mrs. Howard Kelley and Mr. and Mrs. Howard camped out at the picnic area at Hawk creek Friday d Sat- urday. They came hovae Sun- day. Mrs. Maxine Olson, Karen Jim and Michele visited Mr. and Mrs. G. Jasman at Sprague lake hst Sunday. Irma Stragier ,called on Le- ' the booth and to work on the Wlnd0r New booh the committee have se up in the Getrum's garage. By Mrs. James Widner Cara Neslin visited Annia Edwin Addington, a former Lyseal in Spokang over the resident of Cheney and Hay- weekend. ford ,and son ot the 1;ate Jim The advertisement in the and Bonnie addin'gton, died Free Press two weeks ago sta- Mst Friday in a Spokane hos- ing that Widner's be,auty sloop pital from a heart attack and was closing Aug. 24 and open- pneumonia. He was a veteran ing ,again Aug. 28 in a new Iv- of Wo,rld War II and often,deal cation was a mistake. Wid,aler's school in Cheney. beauty shop will be open I He is survived by his wife, again soon. IRamona,1, two daughters, Mrs. aaekie Wiltiman, aa:d Mrs. Cherri Gcdeon both o:f S,po- I e Garden Springs Caudill,kane' tWOopportunitySiSters, MrS.and Lene I Peck, Evere,tt, ,and Mrs. Ione By Phyllis Schmidt three[w. W. W. HOLDS MEETING grandchildren. Funeral ser- [ Windsor Weight Watchers burialVices werein Fairmountheld Tuesday wih ;(STOPS) club met at the home Memriat[ of Mrs. Evelyn Doughty. Mem- Park. R ....... bers of the club to d.te are ay uaU(llll, a lormer rest-  ........... ' - " " Ha ford f ....... vrs xtazpn bpotnaug, Mrs (lent ,or y ur manyz -,, ". , ye,avs, ha,s been quite ill andl002a0000% 00nrg? tt, Mrs. G. Lar- was unlable to attend his bro-[ Euht lYndtded L MkaC. ther-in-law s fun, eral s  .... u. " I Mrs. Ralph Skjothaug was the T,m qF,r;a..f,,,q,,-1 lxrl lone to lose the most weight in lisrn RhultT'e fun,nrM T,,n,edsxr I tne past tnree months so Will ---',-;- .... 7.a*F'.'*,,2-Y.;:.'lbe the club's candidate for o _::amonge is unva,ese-,  ............. ing from major surgery ,at the !qu;ee__.n '}..aj'ci!Y broZ-A low O. T. Mayfield home. icazune mncn was served and Mr and Mrs Forrest Dawela recipe sale was held also a and r. ,and }{lrs. Leo Chris-t rummage sale .was letd to - o - - - ,- .-- . raise lu,n,fls tor the emo Nrs tcnsn ,nave returneu nome .  ..... from the coast whe,re they vis. I L, 'awrence enmlat was guest. A report on exercise was glv ited son in law .and d,aughters I "  " " " - and Mrs. Robert Redline [ en by Evelyn Doughty. ,nd children and son-in-law ,I c -- and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. NWo .RIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Ge0,rge Ehr- gott and family from Seattle ona Widner and the Maxine Olson family Monday. Mrs. Loren Farbanks visit- ed Iona Widner last Satur- day. The Windsor fair booth oom- mittee met at the ome. of Dick Getrum .last Friday eve- ning to study the theme for grandson Timmy S.tane called; ion Mrs. Kirkpatriek last Tburs- I day. Leon Barriek ad Douglas Monday callers were Mr. went o Walla Wa'lh F-rlday to artd Mrs. Nell from Spo- help Mrs. H. L. Davis, mother kane and Mr. and Mrs. Halner .of Mrs. Barrick, get moved Larsn from Los An,gales, into a new apartment. Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. B Eato of Fergin from Opportunity. Spolane visited the Barricks Sunday Mr. 'and Ma's. George Star, day and all enjoyed a pic- Stroup of Chancy, acco,mpau- nic .at Edwall in t'he afternoon, ted Mr...and Mrs. Jack ttart- Mr. and Mrs. Rbert Scott ford and family to the horse and Mr. and Mrs. Harold SeoVt shiny ,a Argonne Vi'llage. from Kent spent last week Jackie Lynn Hartford had an camping ad fishing in Can- entry in the snow. ada. Over the weekend they rMrS. Marion aCamp and visited Mr. 'and Mrs.  a dau, ghtevs and Mrs. Hattie Van Groat Fallal, Mont., returning Camp visited Sxnday evening home Monday. with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Mr. and Mrs. Prank Stanek Camp. from Seattle spent the week- Mr. arKl Mrs. Clarence end with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Perme were hosts rat a faintly Dirks. Also Mrs. Jotm Stmaek, reamion at their home Surrday. Steve St a,ek and Mrs. Augus- Relatives from as fm as Chlif- ta Sohufer from Dksaa,an ornla attended. There were 58 spo Sunday with the Dirks in all. family. Mr. artd Mrs. IAge Thomp- Mnday Mr. and Mrs. Boots son from Kennewick spe,nt Eurt and family pienick- Saturday throu,h ,M,oday with ed at Little FaKs on the Spo- Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred Paterson. kane river. Miss Lucin, da ,Miller from Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nutting- Pocneroy, sister of Dr. Mike ham and daug,hters from Spo- M"llea, visited them one day kne wear callers at he Ros- last week. Mrs. Helen Pavdie ere Atkins lmme .lo=day. from Fontana, Calif., aim sis- Mrs. Norms Farrartd Red the Millers. Sunday tey oland, Ore., daughter of took her to Coulee Dam heae Mrs. Sara Kirktrick, return- She met her son. ed to ,her home last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crooks ,after a week's visit with reh- wre dinner guests at Mr. and tives. 1V[rs. Paul Paterson Mrs. Crlen Ltmneborgs Moaday to celebrate Mr. Crooks' birds- day. tise ,Mr. and Mrs. Vkey Smit,h r rs om Seattle visited from 8e. SPECIALS Food 10V oz. Noodle Soup, "can Slices 4/35c 4175c 36c and Dorthy Fuller and chiLd- ren have been guests of the Charles Ehrgotts. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hew- son ,and family returned @ore a trip to the coast visiting friends and relati.onS; they stopped in Cheh,alis, Lynwood and Seattle touring the city. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fon and son have been visiting her parents, R. J. Franzen of Tacoma. They were Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Florerme Shil- liam. The Fons have bee at the U. S. Embassy at Beagosie, i Africa, arrd now are on the way to their new *hme at the U. S. Embassy in London, Eng- land, where they will be living for the next two years. Mrs. Ralph Skjothaug and son Wayne spent two weeks at Seattle vsiting relations and friends. Wayne was in the hospital for special treat- ment there. The Henry Mumaw fanly have had friends visiting them the past week, Mr. and Mrs. A1- beat Sehttler Jr. of Grand Ha- ven, Mich., also Mr. and Mrs. A1 Batty and children of Can. ada. Larry Mumaw is spending ihis week ,at Mallot with some frie,nds. Mr. and Mrs. LgRoy O,hle- masher and sota.: returned from a trip to Metlford Ore., to t her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Raiph Ihrgott had Mr..and Mrs. Donald Kutz- ler and family of Riverside, Calif. as house gue. They were stationed here several years ago and stopped in Spo- kane, to visi friends on the way to his next base. 4 through Sept. 6 with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pertdell. That same day they all visited another sister at Ford. Mrs. Barbara Mattausch and datghtea', Earlene, visited at the Iarl PendeRs Friday eve- ning. Mrs. Jesse Silcock visited Sunday with Mr. nd Mrs. Wy- lie Brown. In the eye,trig they attemied a pary Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCormack gave for Mr. and Mrs. Hem'y Wahah from Seattle. Mrs. arold Fr- lurch and son attended the party Iso. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Laso Drinks, 46 oz.._ 3/94c and grandson Larry Ray were Mpla e LeafG Saturday evenia dinner guests of their sons, the Dr- rocery rell Larsolls in Spokane. Both AMERICAN EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS families spent La,bor Day at Colville with the A. L. Lar- sobs. WHITE ELEPHANT SALE IS SCHEDULED The Garden Springs C<m- mu,nty C1mrch will hoM its white eleplmnt sale Se. 16 i in the church basenent. It is !conducted on a free will of- fering basis, all money tlmt is paid in goes to .heIp the needy missionary overseas. Any one with white elephants, be it clothing or furniture, may bring it to the elmxh or may contact Betty Meyers TE 8- 1604 or Mrs. 5orris at Ill 7- 6775 and they will see that it is picked up. The time fv the sale is 10 a. m. to 12 non and 7 p. m. to 8 p. m. Eve is welcome. Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill Amber grange will hold its first meeUng this fall Sept. 17 at 8:30 p. m. James Miller, Jr., celebrated his second birthday Saturday. Guests for dirmer nd hi, h- day cake included Dr. and Mrs. Roger Harder .and Tim of Spo- kane. RATTLESNAKE BITES DOG The pet dog belonging to Mr..and Mrs. John Harris was bitten by a rattlesnake Tues- dagr. The dog seems to be re- covering althou, gh his head is badly swollen and he has been quite ill. Mr..and Mrs. W. Edward Betz, Jim, Peggy Sue and Franklin went bear hmatin,g Saturday and Sunday in Lake Penal Oreille area. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marsh enjoyed a week's vacation trip, goiv.g through Yellowstone Park, Sun Valley ,and Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Go0dwin, Dave and Annie and Fred Goodwin f Chelan wm-e Sun- day surf>per guests at the Bud H.rris .home. Mrs. Ben Merrill, Kenwy, Keith and Karrie of Spokane were Thursday visitors of the Fred and Ronld McKinleys. Miss Myrna Reitz of Spokane THUNDERING jet powered racing[ hurtled across salt speedway at 243.44 cars, hold no. terrors f or pretty Paulalmph over .flying kilometer. Her two-way 29, first woman ever to drive a I average speed for flying mile was 226.37, streamliiaer at Bonneville Salt Flats in I mph, officially timed by U.S. Auto Club! Utah. The pretty IIollywood engineering and F.I.A., world auto speed record keepers. aide broke her own mark as the fastest Old mark of 161.29. ml)h was set by Paula , woman driver in .the .world when she last year in Studebaker passenger ear. 00pangle Hews By Joanne Green ERDMAN FAMILY VISITS CLAUSENS Mrs. Betty Marie Erdman,, R,odney, Less, Ann, and Margo arrived at the Hans Clausen home Friday afternoon. They had a very enjoyable trip. To add to the excitement of the trip their dog became a moth- er. This gave the ehildren the iob ,of naming the puppies which occupied much of their time. Dr. Erdman joined his fam- ily this week and will make the return trip with them. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Mrs. Wilma Sehieche cele- brated her birthday Aug. 31 with a dinaaer. Guests were Mrs. Martha Neilsen, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hielly, and Allen, Mr. Bb Baird, Judy and Jay, and her husband Claude was also present. The Sehieches enjoyed a telephone carl from their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Damiani of Scottsdale, Arian'a. BUN VOYAGE DINNER A bon voyage dirme was held at the Oliver Olson .home was a weeeknd guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Rietz. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hicks and family of Waseow, Ore., were Th.u:rsd,ay visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill. The men were former classmates at the Cheney ,high seh, ool several yeaa's ago. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Mil- ler and family enjoyed a camping trip to the Blue Mountains over the 1,ang week- end. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marsh arid Howard, Jr., entertained Saturday with a birth@ay din- ner in horror of Mrs. Ivan Cal- vert. Other guests included Mr. Calvert, Mrs. Josie Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jlm. and Nick and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cummings, Michael and Patty Ann. Mrs. John H. Harris visited Mrs. Fred Goodwin at Sacred Heart hooptN Tueschy where she is recuperating from ma- jor surgery. Miss Carol Sooy was a ,Fri- day Mternoon visitor of Miss Ann Cordill. MAehael Cummings was a guest of is cousin Nck Marsh f the w"kend. I-Iouse guests Friday ad Saecurday of Mr. and Mrs. Rxm- aid McKinley, Mike and Bren- da were Mrs. Peter O'Laugh- tin and Shelly and Miss Jane Pierce, al of St. John. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tuft of Farrniagton were Sunday din- i ner ,guests of Mr. nd Mrs. Itowrd Buob. The Jim Miller family were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McKinley, Mike and Brenda. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Best e.rma, Connie and Irank were Stmday dnnea .guests of Mr. and Mrs. JoLm IMmien .of M,avshal,1. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ache.san of Bakersfield Calif., who bare been visiting the Edaniston and Best fam- ilies, were also guests. Airway Heights Grocery on Loon lake for Mr. and Mrs. Art Byers who are leaviaag o,n a four week trip Saturday morning. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ste}ting of Clay- ton, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lam- berton of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allen, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbedl and Mrs. Nettle Mil/ of Spangle, and Mrs. Ray Turner and family of Lewiston. Airway Heights Mr. Bob Ctause of Seattle wa:s home for the three day weeeknd to help ,his paren', Mr. and Mrs. Hans Clausen wth their harvesting. Ttgs weekend made the third one m a row that he was home to help in the harvest. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Camp- bell of Portlnnd, Mrs. Margar- let Rumberg, Mr. and M!rs. H,oward Denmen all, of Spo kane and Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell recently took a trip 'to Mtana and back through Lewiston. Wlle in istan they visited with Dr. and Mrs. Ray Turner and tamity. Mr. and Mrs. Art Byeas trav- eled to Lewitan Monday to spend several days at the Dr. Turner home. Mrs. Nettle Mild and Mr. and Mrs. Oiver Olson recently took a trip into Can, ado. They traveled through Calgary, Ed- motol, Jasper Pk, the Iumbia Ice Fields, Lake Lau, Barfff and Trail. i "Walter Moser o Los Gatos, Calif., and a former Spangle resident for many years has been visiting friends and rela- fives in the an'ca. He ai Mr Gerkiag enjoyed fishin,g Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bigger and family have moved to Se- attle where Mr. Bigger will be employed. The Sch'uttev fam- ily will move into the Bigger lmme. They have been living m one o,f the Calvin apart- ments. Receat visitors at the Emile Diefe home were Mrs. Diofe's brothers Horse Cordier of Ashlard, Ore., and Vernon Cordier who is at the Good Samaritan Home in Fairfield. Also home for the week was Miss Marguerite Di, efe who has been emp,oyed in Colfax. She le'R Monday for San Francisco whe she will seek a new job. She will visit friends and rela- tives on her way dove. Mr. and Mrs. l:)<rt Jo, son Patty, Tommy, and Jacquie spent the Labor Day weekend camping out. Tmmy Harp and Dona Crbtree visited Rma Harp n Sacred Heart hospital last Pri- day. Harp underwent a back fusston after an injury to it. rs. Jack Rigsby and Kath- ryn visited with Mr. and Mrs. Veal Heh-ner and ROY Mill week. Mrs. Gordon Green visited with ,her father, Roy Mill, and with Mr. a,rd Mrs. Veal Helmet 1,ast Thurclay evening. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Fricke and family have moved from Span- gle to Waverly. The move was made so Mr. Fricke wtrld be closer to his work wttich is bus nmchanic for the IAberty district. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A. M. TO 9 P. M. Fresh Produce Meats, Gro- ceries, Toiletries, General Merchandise. D. A. Jaquith Drive In jy23tf Mrs. Donna Nolte SUNSET PTA TO MEET SEPT. 16 Stmset PTA will meet Sept. 16, ,at 8 p. m. There will be a visitation period from 7:30 to 8:00. All parents are invit- ed to meet the teachers and :see the classrooms:. Lt. Brawrm from Spokane will speak oa juvee delin- quency. Also on the program will be Cy Crossman, caller for Lakeside Square D_nce club, wtto will call a dance for group of children from Sun- set sCkool. PTA membership maxis for 1965-1966 will be sold. Refreshments will be served after the mee. SQUARE DANS MEET The Tremblays are spending the weekend at Priest lake wth other square wiee]s, a square danee group. The gxm.p consists of trailers and camp- ers. This will be, the lst ot- ing or the year. GIRL SCOUTING PROGRAM A Junior Girl Scout p gam will be started for in- girls in the fouh, fifth, or  grades. Girls and their mothers are invited to .attend the first meeting, Selt. 13, 1965, 3:30 to 4:30 Sunset sc:lol cafeteria. Lead- er will be Lois Greenleaf and assistant leader, M:agaret NEWS BRIEFS ,Mr. and ,lrs. Eimo Starr are tdding a hge two st0a'y rock garde in te back ya far an unusual and interesting yard effect. Harold Cole, Mike WadeD aaa, d our councilman, Mr. John. son, went on a two day bear ,hunting trip. Sorry, feowst Better luck next ''tiane, Jayce Hortan, wife o4 cmm- ciIman Larry Hertan, is fly- ing to England Sept. 6 to visit sea seriously ill mother. Mr. ,and Mrs.. Jian Ohristsen and daug',hters four, of Belle- rue, formerly of Samset vited her sister, Mrs. Ed Henstey and family, her mot,hea and father, Mr. and Mrs. McDon. aid, over he Labor Day week- end. ]rs. Nadene Johnson sub- stiued as. dty dark fox Val Smith while she was on vats. tion. Pastor Merrill of the First Ba@tist church of Airway Heights marriage oererrmnyPerformed a , uniting his dough. tea', Miss Peggy Merri, and William edo, Saturday, Aug. 27. At the end of this century, one out of the three World War H veterans now living will still be alive, and throe ottt of four Korean Corffiet veterans wi sti-l be living, the Veterans Ad. ministration estimates.' (2beck e wnt ad. each week. Fried Chicken Juicy, Tender, Reedy In 5 Minutes .................... $9 BURGERS, SHAKES ORDERS TO GO AIRWAY HEIGHTS CH 4-3914