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eral 25 pound trout .and north-! Mrs. Donna Nolte COTTRELLS RETURN Mr. and Mrs. Lyle C:ottrell crn pike up to 15 p,oan,. W. H. Waddetl from Town- Takes been busy painting and send, Mon, t. spent the week- repairing their home since end visiting relatives Doctor Fa [ey they returned to Airway Waddell and Mr. a,adMrs. Bud r tIeights to retire from the air Waddell and f,a,mily. force. They spent four and a Mr. and Mrs. Bomb Smith and Clara Farley, a two l lalf years in Glasgow, Mont. have rented a ileW trail- resident of Airway "We're all glad to be back er lot on 12th street. passed away Sunday home," Mrs. Cottre,ll said. Square dance l:essons will be- an iless of six gin Sept. 21 at the Fairchild Fi I B dg Community center. Lesson,s family nmvedhere n L lt will be given every Tuesday Idaho and Mrs. Farley helping her husband' H i g S night. the Bagdad Motel, an- ear n et Women's League bowling illness, will be held every. Tuesday are her husband, The estimated budget for morning at 9:30 ,at the Bag- Scott Farley Sr.; three 1966 for the Town of Airway: dad Bowl. Anyone interested R., Kellogg; HaT- Heights ws prepared at the in joining may call Hetty Hart- Jr., with the U. S[ city council meeting Monday ford, TE 8-8135. Reserve Corps in Spo- evening, Sept. 13, and a hear- .and Paul J,seph at the ing .o,f the final budget was ,one daughter, Mary set for Oct. 4 at 7:30 p. m. at  ipngle New the home; her mother, which time the tax levy for Wilson at Ctaldo; the tcn will also be made. By Jeanne Green Oma Sharp of Kel- Mayor Ral,ph E. Nolte said brothers, Joseph Da- the estimated expenditures Omaha Woodmen of Airway Heights and the town next year amount to Davs of Mis,souri; and 888,871.21 ,and that more than CJmp FnteJins Joseplh Davis, Sr. half of this amount is covered The Omaha Woodmen Camp Okla. by ca'sh carryover from 1965. No. 63 and BOW Club No. 57 'services were held The complete estimated bud- vith the Smith Fun- get is published in this week's were hosts to the regional manager Mr. Paul Jones, Mrs. in charge. Burial Free Press. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Stokey Riverside cemetery. In other business Helen of Sacramento, Calif., Th,urs- Hodsdon was a,ppointe city day evening in the Service club MARSHALL clerk to fill the unexpired trail. Other guests were Mr. wish to we leo=me our term of Valerie Smith, who re-i and Mrs. John Poffenroth and marshall, street, and s!gned. Lyle Cottrel,1, former ,l, oa,nie of Spokane, and Mr. retired a,ssistant marshal, was appoint-arid Mrs. Gary Sehaeffer of personnel LyIe Colt- ed as city marshal and main- Missoula Mont. Cottrel,ls have three ten, anee supervisor, replacing Mr. Poffenroth presided sos Lyle Jr. 18, Jer- H. D. Smith, who resigned, over the meeting. Mr. Jones a da'uhter Janet 13 seventh grader at Sun- AIRWAY VARIEI"Y prese,rted Claude Scihieche a AND MARKET bronze conservation phque for his six years work in the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cole Boys Sortsmens club. He al,,o :LERK owners of Airway Variety and gave honorable menti,o to new city clerk Mrs. Market, started with Mrs. Cole Clarence Jeske for his year of and family tee- opening a variety store while work in the club. from a seven Mr. Cole worked for Boeing There were several door tcation visiting her par- Aircraft at Fairchild. They are prizes with Wally Suksdorf and Mrs. L. C. Stans- originally from Wichita, Ka,,a., winaing an electric tooth- Oroville. and came here in August, i l)rush; Mrs. Betty Spliehal a 1957. The Colas devote most set of glasses; Bill Sievers a c ther time to th tore and T - ':" ..... "* . .... . efl, u,; a,u numerous residing in ,an aartmem m l ........... "- . , r . '_,m In prlze were by lie Leaf Grocery back of the market ,vith thetr lether s Cake and won non, Itarold Jr., 16 who at-lwer  :: .... a ice cream from Geiger Field ' - ..... wu. ,hone TE 8-1223 tends Cheney high sc'ho01. [LADIES AID -- Bob Tre,rnbhy caught a Neighborhood Grocery 11% pund steel head in the 7 a. m. to9 p. m. 10a. m. toGp. m. s 17-24 Heights Grocery 7 DAYS A WEEK M. TO 9 P. M. Produce Meats, Gro- Toiletries, General A. Jaquith Free Press here jy23ff Snake rive, the second argest fish caug,ht there this year. The Travelers care put up a new sig, n, Which is a welcome addition to the tovn. Joe Higgins was surwised at a baby slmwer given by Ag- ne Smith and Bonnie Slsser. F!riday, Sept. 17. Fifteen peo ple attewded .and a varie{y of baby gifts were Wented. Mrs. Lem Mathews 1oR last Monday for a six week's visit with rehtives in Ge.mnans'. Mr. an,d Mrs. Ha,nk Soss.om are grateful to the Airway Heights fire depaxment, who sponded so speeder with the inhalator when Mr. Soss- The Slangle Ladies Aid met at the home of M_rs. Virginia SWock Sept. 15. The ctu,b 'as to .have several visitors and hon, orary members Mrs. Luln Smith present. Mrs. Smith recited 'several poems for the group. The next meet- ing will be Oct. 6 a..t the home of Mrs. Jeanne Greem. E'vevy- ,one is welcome. SMITH HOSPITALIZED Mr. Ver Smith uderwe,nt surgery Wednesday morning at Deaconess lospital. He is recovering nicely and was ex- pected home some time this week. 4-H EXHIBITS DO WELL trum suffered a severe attack Gs entering exhibits in of sthma. the lockford fair did very H. D. Smith returned from welt this year. Girls entering a fishing trip at Lake Lac Ira and ribbons won were: can-i ning: Sharon Piertl, 5 blue FRANK HERRON'S "C/e .,W/to# 00a/e (The Voice of Sports) On Sunset Highway Phone RI 7-9880 FOOD GOOD COMPANY Fried Chicken Juicy, Tender, Ready In 5 Minutes ................... 89 BURGERS, SHAKES Ijrll ORDERS TO GO AIRWAY HEIGHTS J n CH 4-3914 @ t rtment Dwellers. e our fine selection of low cost furniture. Mat- or Box Springs from $29.50; Davenos, choice of from $59.95; Swivel Rockers from $24.95. |0% OFF ON DRAPERY, CARPETS, LAMPS 100 lamps, table, floor, wall, etc. to chose from. Airway Furniture Heights, Wh., on Highway 10, 12 roUes orth of Cheney Bd rald LuVerna Buddius, CH 4-3855 and 1 red; Janet Piersol, 3' blue and 3' red; Jane taugust 19 blue and 5 red; Beck Flaig, -I blue, 5 red; ,a,nd 1 white; Bakirg: Carol Ann Spgchal, 1 blue and 2 red; Ap.ie Mc- KiMy, 1 blue; Becky Fhig, 5 blue and 3 rd. Garden: Sba.ron Piersol, 1 blue arid 1 red; $ ,aet Piersol, 1 'blue .rtd 1 ,red; Becky Flaig, 7 ble and 5 red. The S1a,gle 4-H chrb al received a blue ribbon on ils booth at the fair. i ! SCHOOL NEWS Last Fridiay the Liberty Lan- cers lost its first 1965 foot- ball game to Cusick by a score of 12 to 7. There were a lot of penalties on both teams with each tea .forfeiting,q a touch-I dwn. With more practice ] Co,oh Den,ton lopes they villi do better "m future games. J The freshman clas Izmvided I the entertaimnent arid re- fretmaents at the Initiation dance ,tst Friday. Entertain- meat included a very origin, al dance, Mowing eggs .through a tube, and . Oher- Orms ,or the dance were Mrs. Dorna Schieche, Mrs. A. J. Babb, and Dr. Henry Gibbos. md,ay evening the Ibe.rty ChalYmr of the Wasgton Ed- ucation Ass'n met fr dinner at entertainment  the mul- ti-purpose room at the high school. Over 100 people en- joyed the roast beef dinner and the enainment which lred. President Augusta Zehm was in charge of the pro- gram Which included musical rmmbers by Mxs. Zelnn, her daughr Rosali:e and LHS Ergl teacher, ]r. Feucht. A I.iberty FFA livestock judging team 1[aced 12th t the Palouse Empire Fair at Co1ax last Saturday. Team members were George Ergle, Jim Osthellr, Start Gehauser, ,and Don Ergle. They were ac- connJed by Mr. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs.. M. Cuess of Virginia, Miss Georgene Selts and rs. Gladys Smith from Spok,a, ne valley were re- cent guests at the Pau Sievers home. The C.us are cou- sins of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Sievers. Allan Reilly as home from By Phyllis Schmidt WEDDING PLANNED FOR OCTOBER Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dough- Oct. 14 at the ba,se chapel in San Antonio, Teca. Larry Camerron .has future Nan,s for the min,stry as a chaplain. WELCOME EXTENDED ty announce the engagement and coming m,arri,age of their i daughter Airman 3/c Karen Delphine Kidd to Airman 3/e Larry Cameron of Natchez, WSU ,over the weekend. Dur- ing the past week he attended meetings and spent much o his time visiting with the Vets and oing tlrough the live- stack barns at WSU. :Miss Beverly Reilly was also home for the weekend. She and Miss EI Mae Die& have re,cently moved in*o an apart- ment in Spok/a,ne. They are boh employed in Spokane. Miss Connie Hog.fm, an was also home from WSU for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helmm" visited at the Fred Johnson home at Pine City Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Gordon Green and Mr. Les Green visited Mr. Re/ MiU and Mr. and Mrs. Verl Hehner Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Dreesen and their son Peter and a friend we,re visitors at the Claude Sehieehe and Peter ScoWs on Sunday. Doug Smith and Jaekie Jackson took Mrs. Lulu Smith back to her home at Beech Point on ttood Canal over the weekend. Mrs. Smith had s pe,nt the weekend with her daughter Mrs. Ann Smith. Mrs. Diane Harp and Tam- my have moved to Spokane where Diane ovns a home. Di- ane will continue her studie, at EWSC and will also work at the college. She will also trove a young girl who ts attending EWSC living with her and traveling back and forth to c:otlege. Gerald Johnson of Washing- ton, D. C. spent a night at his parents' home here last week. He had given an address in Seattle arid :had hoped to sp0rM several days in Span- gle but 'he received a call and h.d to return to Washirgton sooner than he expected. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sehinidt have moved from their lmme nlorh of Spangle to FaiieM. They hope to build at Pair- field in the near uture. Tey are renting a home there now. The Rebekahs have 'held their first meeting and have decided to have a rmnmage sale this fall. The date will be an, nouneed later. They asked that everyone save rumvnage for them. Mr. and Mrs. Edward q'hompson and two children of Spokane ,have moved nto their rew home on 41s st. Tlomp- ]son is with Buheanan Chevro- let Co. in the body and fender department. Mr. and Mrs. Will Seymore and four children are making their ,home at 5220 Dorset Rd Mr. Seym.ore is emplwed in Idalm. LEAVING FOR HAWAII Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Alff, S. 711 Henry Rd., .left to make their h,'ome in H,onolu, Ha- waii; they will be gone for .about three years. Mr. Alff :will study at the University of II,onelulu for his Doeor's de- I gree in sciolo,gy and Mrs. Alff will continue her jo,b with the welfare department. GARDEN LUNCH HELD Mrs. Eugmqia Stowe of S'po kane entertained several mem- bers of the Itub club at her home Thursday; the luncheon was made up of all ga,rden vegetables Mrs. Stowe grew in her garden. Members who at- tended we,re Mrs. Edna Lov- ell. Mrs. Cody Standerfer, Mrs. I,awrence Schmidt, Mrs. Glenn Calsyin and Mrs. Bm'nrd Kline. Plans were discussed for members to take part in the new two finger operation in the future. BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. V. Heath of Vtalla Walla were guests of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Shilam. Mr. Mayors and childre!n Susan and Chuck spent a week in Hawaii in the Island of laui sight seeing. Linda Martin will be leaving soon to take up her studies at Oregon Jr. College at North Bend, Ore. Phyllis Martin will leave to take up her studies at the Northwest Bible Cot]ege at Seattle, a sister Viola is teach- irg there now. Mrs. Florence Shaa had as her guests for turmh M- day, Sara McDonall and Eliza- beth Madison ,of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mar- tin of Upland, C)alff., were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Mrtin, Garden Spntgs. Mrs. W. Siegert gave a ta,lk and showed m, any of the thin?s she and her husband brouffht back with them from their trip o Europe this summer at t'he PTO meeting at the Garden Tyler News By Wanda Stengle Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Pe,te'- son served the refresh,ments at the first fall grange meet- rag. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea at- tended the wedding of their niece, Miss Sorweide, of 3os- !eph, Ore. Mr. Earl Betz ac- eomparqed the Sheas on the weekend trip. A 12 pce setting of silver- ware was the premium for sNes at the party held at the grange ,AM1 las Frida,y. Ten ladies were present. Dinner guests at Don Shoe's Sunday were Rev. and Mrs. Spaow, Ellen and Tm and also Mr. and Mrs. tob Shea and children of Tyter. Mr. arid Mrs. Letloy Jack- son were Sunday afte,ru,0,n eatlers on thet aek Browns. Mrs. Leda Berg of Spokane en route home from Walls Wall,a opped to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Pete:rson. Their nephew Donald has entered Whitman college. Misses Terry and Barbara Ableman of Medical Lake spent Sunday witch their grand- Swings scho,1 Monday eve- ning. Mrs. Lawrence Schmidt w.a a guest of the Espnola County Homemakers club Wednesday. Miss Ruth Gould was the guest speaker from the county ex- tension office. parents, the Lloyd Ablehans, Lee and Gray Ableman and Bob Gystru:p f Oheey were Sunday evonli.rg callers. The Jack Brown zmily called on the Ytrnmy Miulers of Sprague Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Rit- ter md children of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Arley Able- man were dirmr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy aekson Sat- u,rday niffh. Sue and Kay Ham were hos- tesses ,t a birtlday dirmer for their aunt, Mrs. Wilina Lam- mort of Cheney. Monday, Mrs. Emily (JaNe .of Cheney was a diner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arle7 ALl,man. Later, They dix>ve to Espanola to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kuhn. Mrs. Anita Mmwer the J@lm Maurers om E1 Pas- se. She is visiting her dauKh- tar, Mrs. D,n, na Jones. Her 'he,ath has been imprinting tlrau,gh the summer mrths. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stengle o'nid boys and p Kavsbuk attended the Spokane Inter- state Fair Sunday Mterroon. Mr. and Mrs. Carenee Kartchner eatertain,ed as weekend gues Mr. and Mrs. Pieter Waych, off of Libby, Mont. md their three da,ugh- ters, Alete, Deborah and Pet- ena. 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Edwall, Wash., St. John, Wash. 648-3373 Intern_ ationM Harvester Sprague Equipmenl (o. ,prague, Wash., 257-2451 AIRs ChaImer HD-6 Crawler and Sub. ,oiler, J;h00ll00idi|gr00i00adO r- __ __ E. 1602 Trent -- KE 5-1708 Ford super-6 four-wheel drive with 24 foot Krause Cultivator. Keilh Cummings Blacksm=th 122 First St., Cheney, 235-6622 See Cummings Special 'Gopher Ma- chine' Cheney Implemenl (o. W. 33 First St., Chancy, 23S-6678 John Deere equipment Euledi( Welding Alloys Chancy, Washington F. L. Ratcliffe, local representative Farm Welders and shop supplies Farm Supply Rosalia -- JA 3-3121 Oliver's newest 4-wheel drive tractor with terra tires. e Free Lunch served at noon by SWCD Ladies Auxiliary Sponsored by Southwest Spokane Soil and Water Conservation Distrid. n'ct