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Lakes Mrs. Sidney Larson SPEAKS an, ative mis,sianary, from Jamaica the Four Lakes Cam- church. After church, Mr. Jones and Mrs. Brown were guests at Wilcox borne t)or din- TO MEET Hub Club will meet at the Township ha. is at 10 a. m and is to bring a sack craft is the making for 1966. HELD grange me for meeting o,f the fall Plans were made w&apos;lich will meet hal/ Supt. 25. This is meeting, with din- at no0 hy East Amber and Tyler Supper will be served and Four Lakes. ENTERTAIN Mrs. Howard Gra- their d,augh- and family at New- while Mr. and Mrs. here for 10 days. to San Jose, week. weekend Mr. and visited in Fair- Mr. and Mrs. Jud former Jerry Graham. Mrs. Ted Ra4on and Labor Day lays in Calfforn,]a. Ted's folks at and .other rela- Auburn ,and Placer- (Nadon) Lean- bay now, and N lie- Andrews and from a visit- folks the Paul Rd. schwa,at started. Radon attemted the in Paseo, and wan 200 mer individ- 2rid ptace i the back stroke, and Inland Empire rec- lae. Wilcox called on loser lst Fri- Mrs. Herb Andrews are visiting their lov Lakes ad ier called oa Kirkpatriek ast Powel called on and they spent Sunday visiting Will Ki, rlpat- rick at the Sharon, Arms Nurs- ing home. He was fee.lin, much berter Saturday. Mrs. Gerad Larson, Jerry K. and Cindy were vis;tors at the Jack ttrt;o,rd lo,me Sun- day. Russell Mace Sr. and Russ Jr. spent the weekend at h,ome. Mr. a,d Mrs. Lee Wilcox and family and Mr. ,and Mrs. Bert Spear spent last Sarurd.ay  in the Twin Lakes area hunt- ing quartz crystNs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gfing vsited th, e past two weeks their daughter and hu,sband, 1Kr. and Mrs. Stanley Arring- ton, }n Saeramento. Mrs. Gift- ing and Bernice a,lso spent a day in San Francsco sight see- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Ch,arles Gift- ing and daughters spent Sun- day at the Fred Gifting borne. Mr. and Mrs. Leon garrick and family visited in Wafla WNla Sunday with Mrs. Bar- rick's mother, Mrs. H. L. Da- vis. Mrs. James Beck is home' frmn the hospital and doing well ,after major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Tray ReynNds and children visited the Earl Pendells Satu,rday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp called on their niece and ram- fly, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Owens, Suray afternoon. Mrs. Marie Jones had the misfortuna to fall at her hme Monday and is in St. Lukes hospital. The full extent of her injuries is not known at tMs time. Mr. ,and Mrs. Noble Turner spent Tuesday and Wednes- day visiting the Sidney Lar- sns. The Turners are f0rmer re:siderite, o,f Four Lakes. They built the house nto,w occupied by Mr. and Mrs Richard V aughn. Mr. and Mrs. Darre,ll Lar- on, Stzvn an Sue Ann s;ct Sunday evening with the Sidney Larsons. [ Mrs. Je'sNe Sileo.ck, Mrs. H. :B. Pendell arid Mrs. Don Mu- zatko attended the shower far !lss Ls Webber at the East i Cheney g,rage hal, las Sat-' nrday night. Thirty friends of Milss Webber attended. Mrs. Jessie Silcock was din- nor guest .at the Narl Pendall he,me We dnesday evening. Da Muzatko arid his broth- err went bear hunting Satur- d.ay in Idalo. Sun,fiaT visitors of Mrs. Alex land family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ab[  e Brown and children ann drive to Wenatehee and l;am by Mrs. N. A. Cordiil !way of Coulee Dam. They en- TWENEY-FIVE ENROLLED [joyed a tour o,f the dam. Enrollment at the Amber s'chool this year is 25 with one new slude,t, Jimmy Mar- incr. The first ,graders in,elude Michael Nelson MeKin:ley and Cindy Jo Goodwin. Mrs. Schools has eight children in her room in grade's one to four wh,i!le Mr. McCulley :has 17 children in his room in , grades five to eight. 4-H CLUB TO MEET Amber Rambler 4-H eub will hold a meeting at the Am- ber school on Set. 27 at 7:30. !AI members are required to turn in record books at this time. A reorganizational meet- ing will be held in Octo,ber for :any yun,gsters interested in joining the 4-H for the 'next year. COMBINE OVERTURNS Glenn Miller and s0s lost one of their setf-prope?l,ed combines Thuursay afteno,on when it turned over on a steep in, cliche, burst into flames and was destroyed. Jim HeiyzlL the dirver, escaped with min- or cuts and bruis,es. Young Gals bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Howard ,Marsh Wednesday .afternoon. Prize winners were Mrs. Mel- vin Marsh, Mrs. John H. Bar-: ris and Mrs. Kent Sooy. The club will meet next with Mrs. F. N. McKinley an Sept. 22. A family dinner was held Sunday at tha home of Mr. and Mrs. Chrk Cordfll in Spokane hon, oring the birthdiays of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordill and Ann and Call!con Cordtl. Oth- e r guests in eluded Mrs. L. C. Cordil, Kay. Le,gward and Nel- son Corditl Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Besl, Glenna, Connie and Eank were Sunday dinner guests: af Mrs. Violet Sharp and Viekie of Cheney. Mrs. Charles E. Miller was lstess to the Pioneer bridge eub Thursday a,ftevntn. Guests included Miss Florence Rue, Miss Minnie Wfttebaeh, Mrs. F. N. McKinley, Mrs. It.sward Marsh and Mrs. Me,1- vin Marsh. Prize winners were Mrs. McIGny and lVt Wit- tenbaeh. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bulb accompanied their daughter Stamper were loy Li,nde,ll IKs and Mr. and Mrs. Henry from Foot Hill,s, Mr..and Mrs. Eight .and family from Spo- Bert Lindeil from Wenatchee,. kane. Mr. Stamper is stilt in Mr. arid Mrs. Layton Whitocklthe hspital in Spo,kae, bul , and children .also from Foot is better. See anything you like?' Spangle News September 17, 1965 By Janne Green daughter, Mrs. Jean Peterson and family of Spolane. AUSTIN BREWER Mr. and Mrs. Harry I-Imp- Mrs. Stella Evangelista, the CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY ton were Saturday evankng ormor.Mrs. Col :Xy'lswo'h. fl Austin Brewer was guest of guests af Mr. and Mrs. Bob rPeer rarK.,n.as oeen vzsmng t h,onv,r ,at a dinner at the home [ Hampton arid family. They : rmnas m m.s area. , . t of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Grube[ tetped celebrate the second r l in Spokane. The gues00 +n,00l00ud-I b00=00day of their gran0000au00h- rlrs dSle we e ed Mr an ,. . ........ / . ,d Mrs. Ed Brewer, tar, Stacy Ham tan lrs ttawara lvrarsn anfl tvtr. M'a n , ,, p " - --= ..,1 . -- .... } ,rya d Brena, andMr, and] Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baaed o ann vtrs_. mmwn larsn, Jolln!ld?rs" Atstm Brewer of Span-[Spokane aceompamed Mr. and an rc. . ...... gle, Mrs. Jenivie Howey and jMrs. Chester Phi,ps and John vrs. harem D.ar ot Dome, Brad Brewer of Spokane, and to CMville ast Stmdy here Id'alo ks been a kause guest Mrs. Lucie Orwiller of Silver- they attended  golGen wed- of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Proc- tor for a couple of weeks. .Mrs. Mary Holland of Silver IIs, Md. was a Tuesday over- night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lvlie Mill and Ron. Mr. arid Mrs. Po,be Grgan, Renard and Ree,a were Sun- day visitors o4 Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cardill, Kay, Ann and House hunting? Wonderful. You've picked an year to go looking. When you 'find the rou want, we'd take it as a personal favor if you us the chance to lend you the money with which it. National Bank makes all kinds, sizes ad shapes of mortgage loans. Conventional, FHA and GI. Big or small. In town or out of town. So, no aatter what kind of house you pick out, we can work oat a mortgage loan that will suit your needs perfectly. We're in business to make real estate loans, (Home Nels. improvement loans, too I ) Our terms are excellent and so's our service. How about giving us a chance to put our money where our mouth is? You're more than welcome at Seattle-First National Bank. dale Mrs Oer will be vs. iti,ag at the Austin Brewer kome fr a while. JAY BAIRD HAS A BIRTHDAY Jay Bad celebrated hi birt'hday with a dinner at his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eb Seattle.First National Bank MMIIIER le[DERAt- t[POSIT INSDRANCK COlePORATtON You're more tan welcome at any of the storewide o]flces of Seattle-First National Bank Baird's .ame Guests at the di, ng anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Iuie Harelip. The Ham-: 'lia re re, tires of the Baird family. Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt SCHOOL NEWS r b ,. -.; ...... _ u..-,, bz thday dmer were Mr. and Tle enrollment tMs year is tri '- in the Colvill - area la  m. . na-ry rueuy, everiy arm down some as compared with ........ A1 an, Mrs Martha Neflsen, last year with 103 in the WeeKena were Mr. ania Mrs. t ....... "  V. -- . . , - .......... ,.. ........ mrs. wnma meczm anfl Jays' school as of this week. The luwru r*etz omz, t'e,g'gy UelsisL e  a'rd Franklin and Mr. and Mrs. [ " r ouay. builng is in exeilel shape. F. N. Daniets of Cheney. I NW" I" ,,--/- and the grounds for the play F. N. McKinley went by air-} .  .mr .... area are aH completed. The pane to Seattle Saturday to[ r. ann vrs. Ben uerKmg grass has been cut several attend a meetinz of the Sma,H ! entercatnea at a waffle feed times and is growing very weN. School District Committee o,f [.'rr, Wal!er Mser who is vis- A new first grade teacher, which he is a member, repro-I h !gflrom Caltfarn!a a:rd Mr. hles. Veva Skew, greed the senting the Amber SchoN Dis-tuna mrs. narma Anon. chdren on the{r irst day f trict [ Walter Moser and Ben Get-. school. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Proc-]kLg recently enjoyed figng tar and grandson Richard Gro- ga'n enjoyed a fishing and camping trip over the week- end to the Blue Mountains. The Proctors and gran, drehi.ldre,n, Larry and Lorn,a Ham travel- ed to Banks lake the weekend be'fore. Those attending the rodeo at Lewiston Su'aday included Mr. and Mrs. Rna[d McKiey,a. Mike and Brenda, Mr. and Mrs. James Goad'win, Rick, Fred and Roger and Ray Sclmidt. Sund:ay dnner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Jod, an to celebrate the birth- and Jermifer and J,o Ellen Jor- dan were Mr. and Mrs. Dick days ,of Mrs. Wilmer Kidwell Jordan, Clark and Jobm, Mr. Kidwell, Jim arm Beth, Mrs. Merle Stewart, Mrs. Marion Bair ,and the hn,ored guests. Satuv&ay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Itarry Oeser were hs sisters, Mrs H. W. Gilels- pie of Bellingla,m, Mrs. M. P. Yhrmery of Spolane ami a niece, Mrs. John Gah.a, gaa of Se,,ttle. Chezmy Free Press Page Ainvay Heights Mrs. Donna Nolte Mr. and Mrs. O Hebert, who ogened their tailor stop, Ju7 4, came to Airway Heights from Kelown,a, B. C. in 1961 to operate Airway Heilts Mo- tel, wMeh they Imd ed. A year ago they sold the mtel anti opened the air shps which caters mostly to aiv/e personnel. Hebet wa in the Camadi kivorce du<, World Wa II. Both are interested in mus- ical cire2 and dmaee bands. Mrs. Hebert was  of the Civic Concert series and tle Com,mumty Concert in Canada. Se  alo a s-ter of the famous Canndia Ju- ti,ce Iva C. Rami, retired. VISITS PARENTS Mr. and Mrs. DeWale Bud- dri,us and children, Juliml nd David, of Harrin,gtn, are the guests this week .of their, lar- ents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Bud Bud- dum. Four-yem'-old David u'nJerwent surgery Wednes- day morning ,mad will 'be hos- pitalized a week. MISSIONARY SOCIETY The Ladies ionary Socie. at Twin lakes. Mrs. Gerald Smith is recup- erating very we,ll after under- g, oing surgery several weeks ago. M Sharon Neuma, daughter of Mrs. Carnce Clausen is Flying in Salt Lake City and attending Bonnivl jumr high school. She hopes to take subjects for her career Mrs. Ed Dhwiddte is the new heper in the kitchen. Mrs. Ch,a Hoyt is fining in temporarily for Mrs. Imdwigl who will be back son,. Mr. MeAam, fth grade teacher and president of the PTO, will call the first meeting to rder on Monday evening, Sept. 20. AN laren.ts are invited to at- tend ty of Arway Evangelical .Free Church is ,having the amN :bihd,ay dinner Sept 21 at the Salra Inn, which specializes in ,Olinese fo, xi ,and is' oned by Mr arid Mr Woo. The Airway Evangelical church congregation is had- mg ,a recep,tioa for newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davies, Sire- day, Sept. 19, at 8 p. m. in the medical professio t;hlat TWO IN ONE WEEK she eou_Mn't et here. } Mr and Mrs Harold Comm- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Monday, chen became grand,pren.ts Jeff, Jim, Larry and Steve of I twice in one week. Their tyro Renter were weekend guests[ grardchildren were born ju of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strock. [two dys apart. Mr. ad Mrs. Mrs. Merrday is the sister of] Ed Conachen are the are,ns Ed Strock. . Iof a danghter, Eileern Lenae, Saturday evemg dinert and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Kol- guests at he St3ck home in-] ues (Irbam) are pm'ents of a em, ae me enay zarmty, str. I son, tbert Dean land Mrs. Jim Faster, Kimber-I ...... +1% Robin, arid Jmmy of 0O-[HOM E FROM THE SERVICE IBom:^ r_ ._ r .... :_ I zy, , n, oI IVlr. JIKl MrS. =, us, m= am .Lzmxe. l Art Shilan, flew h-,,,e to Mr. and Mrs. Ianme Crree, *s-cad several ..... i Bo ' " . p a flays VlStmg me, Done and I.nme, . . . . .................. [re,latwes and friends. He s j'umu mr. zm VLrS. U:mK At- I stNioed with th- ,o ...... , e,,, !kirson, Frank, Rick and Jhl, Dio Mr ,a r.''"  e"'{" and -o ............... ,, =..- Mrs Glen Atkinn at the Earn had  m .........  +, .ome of Mr and Mrs. @ordn welco .... , ..... . [ , me ary, ms grantn- Cd'een for Sunday nner. 2Vae er Mr F'l,r,, n; .... . dinner ws in eebratozl of Mr a+n+d Mr  'r,,h,h. .i Rie Atldnsan s birthday. Mr. d,au.hter Cialdv Sunday ,o I Les Green joined them later in inane" " ' ' '  '' the aftern, oon. " Seven gh'ls in the Spangle NEWS IN BRIEF 4-H ctub took part in the Fri. Mr. ad Mrs. Ed Edinger day evenirg .program at the an famXty returned frum Roekford fair. The girls won spending severa,1 days in Yak- $5 on the@ "Musical Sndig." ima. They pantomimed a Beattle Mrs. Florence Shilliam had record anti were dressed in as her guests the past week, gunny sack dresses which ey Loyd ,and Edna Towne, of Se- had made. The ,group included attle and Charles and Mary Carol Ann Spchal, Sn ShiUim of Spokane. and Janet Piersal, Armie Me- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown Kinlay, Patty Jotmsn, Beret- have moved from the cm- ly Syberson, and Robin Crab- mu,niy and ifl make their tree. :home at Nine Mite Fatl. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crlin of Spotted Road have as their guests their :d, auhter arid fm. East Cheney ily, Mr. and Mrs. Gearge HMgh and two mnth Md By Anna Phillips daughter, of San Diego. NEVADA WAS THEME Mr. and Mrs. Scott ndsay Those from East Oheney returned from a trip to the grange who atterded the visit- coast +and sahnon fiMg a,t ration ,at Wndsor graTrge hall Part Angeles. were Mrs. Esther Stelzer, Mrs. ContuSe Heinenmnm is bme Emery Babb, Mr. and Mrs. from the h,pital and dntg Cl, arence Davis, Mr. and Mrs. very well  wod be lad James Blaekshaw and Mrs. An- to ,have SOme company. Cn- na Phil}ills. nie has been a very sck girl Mrs. Esther Stelzer, program this summer and the common. chairman, had Mrs. Clarence ity k h,pgy that ske ks im- IDavis give the ,hi,fry of No- provir. wads. James Bhe'kkhaw sang. of Nevada acvompa.nied by]]" .... Mrs. Chretnee Davis on the pi. [ ano. A reading was given by [ Students... The East Cheney grange will meet Sept. 17. Thirty,one ladies and chi'l- 6ran attended the weding sho,ver given at East Cheey gvrge  st Saturday eve- ng .honwing Mi Lois Web- er. The serving table cenrer- giece co,nsisted of minitm'e canes and a bride. Hostesses were Mrs. oJlm = Bauer, Mrs. Dick Camp, Miss Caryn Camp, .Mrs. Ester Stelzer and Miss DeMos Stel- zer. Mr. and lVrs. Arce Conley of Spokane were Stmd'ay ar- uoml visitors of Mr. aud Mrs. Ge0vge Stroup. Dttane Harrington of Lavo Air Force Base wa a Surd,ay vi, sitor of ,his parent, Mr. arm Mrs. Vevn Harringto. Mr. aml Mrs. Hm-y Hmapton made a trip to Colax last Fri- day to attend the ftmeral ser- vices of Mrs. John Cocla a friend f the Hamptov. Smaay viitor of the Hmp- to,ns were Mrs. Vern Olson ad toCURE MORE l GIVE MORE to AMERICAN A rerrdrder that PTA mee on Thurschy everfing htead of the customary Tuesday. HELP NEEDED Sunset school needs vma- leer ,help from the many fath- e,rs whose children a the sehoel. The gumi needs to be seeded ad fertilizhg must be started. W rhOUrS of everyovm's ".time With the coming of fa a can produce a rw lawn by spring. This. will be a benefit to *he effdldrem and the com- m,nity. Contact peincipal Wil- l, am I-Ibba, CH 4-3583, ff yu can, share a few hours some weekend soo. CANCER SOCIETY It is neither hh + nm- spmdor, but tranquility d occupation, which give lalapi- ne. Maple Leaf Grocery Across from Geiger Fie/d Telephone TE 8-1223 Your Neighborhood Grocery Hours 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sunday 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. s 17-24 Airway Heights Grocery OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7A.M. TO 9 P.M. Fresh Produce Meats, Gro- ceries, Toiletries, General Mercha ndise. D. A. Jaquith Get your Free Press here jy23ff Apartment Dwellers... See our fine selection of low cost furniture. Mattress or Box Springs from $29.50; Davenos, choice of cover, from $59.95; Swivel Rockers from $24.95. 20% OFF ON DRAPERY, CARPETS, LAMPS -- Over 100 lamps, table floor, wall', etc. to choose from. Airway Furniture Bud and LuVerna Buddrus CH 4-3855 Drive In Fried Chicken Juicy, Tender, Ready In 5 Minutes ................... 89 BURGERS, SHAKES ORDERS TO GO AIRWAY HEIGHTS CH 4-3914