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fleighls to a mixup at The Free .hst week's Airway news vcas omitted. We R. Higgins had a brief Fairchild hospital where were born, Miehell An- deceased, Patricia Joyce fine. CiTY HALL SOLD town of Aimvay Heights old city hal to No. grange. ThTee addi- were aso purchased Lurdstam. e more flags will be for the "Boys Over Hov a,bout it, folks?" H NEWS tdies mi.ssi,onaxy socie- Evangelical Free met on Th,ursda and officers for the year. It was a Work plan,s were nmde to be achieved "m year. A noon pot- was served. up to the seve nth, Wen Ha,oweer parties room mothers on Fri- Ida Schuler of Ritzvilte guest at her sister- , Mrs. C. Helmet. ne wishing news items ape,r, call CH 4-2700 ARRIVE and Mrs. D. T(bert up residence in Heights. Their mar- place Saturday in The bride is the for- Jeryrm McCarvol. from SMt Lake City. of both attended the . Airway Heights PTA is a dime,a-dip smargas- night, Nov. 18, school. Servin starts Ill. Springs Phyllis Schmidt eat Jane Brmvnski Steven ,of Lorg Beach, axe visiting  aurt Murrday and husband PCoad. at the Fovence Shil- the pat week were Mrs. Mace Maher of MonL ,guests at the Eude ,home Tuesday were Smith and Mrs. Sehmidt. and Mrs. Marlin Mon- )le Leaf Grocery from Geiger Field hone TE 8-1223 Neighborhood Grocery STORE HOURS day thru Saturday 7a. m. to 8 p. m. y 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. oltf Spangle News By Joanne Green TURKEY CARNIVAL BIG SUCCESS The Service Club's Annual iurkey carnival was again a la'rge success. There were games for the tittle ones, bin- go, the Boasters bake sale and the grange served lunch throughout the ,day. The cani- tail n, ot onJy raises money for the Service Citb, but gives oher organizations a chance to do so also. Winner of the 500 'pound steer was Ole EXick- son ,acid door prize wirmer, a GE eIock Tadi.o, yeas Mrs. Rn- nie Green. The community and sm,- rounding area supported the carnival arid in turn the Ser- vice Ciu,b serves the ccrmmun- ity in many ways. Pojects they 'h'.ave ,had i,n the past in- clue building the ten.nis co,rt, at the Spangle schoal, putting a drinking onntn in at the Spangle basebaM fied, large donations towards the score el'ock now at Liberty high sc,hoal, presentation ,of ban- n, ers to the Boys Woodcraft Club and the Spangle ,high school and helping amilies who may need it. They have :aS,so constructed a com:munty 1),ark which mnh peagle e- joy. Bach year they erect a community Christmas tree and and through the Service Club Santa visits the grade sc!laol and club hall or pre- school children with tr0ats for al'l. A big thanks to the Service Club for their fun at the car- nival and help to the commun- ity. Ft. ALLENS ENTERTAIN Mr..and rs. Havald Allen: revently entertained at a din- her party in their home. Guests included Gaff Clipper, city auditor of Spokane and Mrs. Ciipper, Mr. and Mrs. Rebert L. SoutherMnd, Mr. and MTS. Oliver d. Olson, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. O'Con,nr, all of Spo- son and farnUy attended the footlmlq game Friday night at Oallthx. Dorms Erickson, seniar .at Cheney .hdgh schoM, Ras charge of doing a memoriM page of the hte Comrie Heineman for the senior year book. So,v- erdi pictttrs and itena ,have been sLeetd to use on the memorml page in 'her honor. WWW club met at the ,lmme of Mrs. Laarence Schmidt on Mond, ay evening with five members present. Anyone vanfing to join the chib may contact Mrs. Doughty at RI 7- 6615. Airway Heights Grocery OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A. M. TO 9 P. M. Fresh Produce Meats, Gro- ceries, Toiletries, General Merchandise. D. A. Jaquith Get your Free Press here jy23tf / Fried Chicken Juicy, Tender, Reedy In 5 Minutes ..................... 89 BURGERS, SHAKES ORDERS TO GO AIRWAY HEIGHTS CH 4-3914 Power Outage in Part of Cheney Between 1:30 and 2:30 p .m. MONDAY, NOV. 15 In the Area Between 3rd and 7th Streets And C and Elm Streets We will be making changes to improve service in this area. :heney City Light Dept, kane, Rev. aId Mrs. Ben Ge- king, Mr. ,arm Mrs. A. R. By- ers, Mr. and Mrs. Idaroid Girs- berger, Mr. and Mrs. J(lm Cagrtbetl, Mr. arid Mrs. Peter i Sco,tt, and Mrs. Nettle Mill, all of SpangLe. BOARD MEMBERS ELECTED School Board Members elect- cd last Tuesday for the Liber- i ty school district were au'l Sievers, Theresa Corawa'l a, nd Charles Blake. The regultar IBvoperty Tax Revenue Cei,ing i BiH atso passed by a margin l o.f 341-145. i OTHER ORGANIZATIONS I HAVE SUCCESSES i The Pimrose Re,beka,h lodge !had a very su'ccesaful rum- mae sahe in Spolane hst week. They appreciate all who :fformted and the .helers. he OES held i antml paa, ke feed Sunday which proved to be very successful. They were atso well suparted by the community and the sur- rounding area. LADIES AID MEETS The Spangle Ladies Aid met wi*h Mrs. Paul Sievers lt Wednesday. A }arge group which included five visitors I enjoyed the meetin and re-i ] freshments. From pans were ma(ie for the spaghetti feed on! Nov. 12 at the Spn.gle church i from 5:30 to 8 p. m. The next imeeting will be Nov. 17 with :Mrs. George Hutc'hi, so, with Mrs. Harold Girsberger assist- in.g. SCHOOL NEWS The an'n!ual FFA barn dance was held Saturday nht at the Liberty high school,. The mu- sic was furnished by the Pl,ar- is hand from Spokane. Judy Cornwa:II was crowned FFA Sweetheart. Ctmperones were Mr. and rs. Paul Sievers, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pollock. GAA Advisor, Mrs. Crosby was very proud of the recard set by the girts' volleybal team t RitzviRe last week.. The nine girts took turns on the six player team, and won from Ri, Cl-dmd 15-10, from Ritzvile 15-7, a,n,d from Colfax 15-5. Last week Iron I-hvdesty, Jim ttoeltich, and B,rad Mar- gan participated in a cross- country meet at East VoHey. Brad did a fine job, plaeirg third in the junior varsity. Ron and $im pa,ced 16tab a'rrd 17th in the varsity. About 160 guests enjoyed the FHA Parent-Dau,ghter tyan- quet vchich had the theme of "Autumn Leaves." The room was beautifully deeolm.ted with oaa, nge ad yl, low mums. Carol Toepke gave the invoca- tion before the dirm, ev Was served. Entertainment was fur- ni,hed by the Bel'letenes and the eigM girs who ave work- ing on their S, ate Derees. Tlmse girls organized skits based on the "Ho,memaking 'Priangle." Games were provid- ed or the parents, with Jim Gouffh and Harvey Ra, ugust win(ning the cookbook prizes. Mrs. tray Good, ner wn the d.mwing  the centerpiece. Tweatyfour bays earned footb letteTs dm:ing the 1965 saaon. Ttose lettering were, senors, George n,gie, Stee Fulton, Steve Groth, Dick Os- theer, Ahn Seheele, Larry Thovm,aen, Steve Sehafer, Dick Piersal, and Gary Gim- len. Utderlassmen were Bruce Morgan, Steve Powell, Ro I Itahnr, Alvin Kruse, JOhn [ La=Bee, Bob Meredith, (:u-isl Mundt, Keith Myriek, Bob Pal- lock, Dwight Zelm, Brad Mor- gan, John Osthelle'r, Reid Saa-" rio, Bll Tee, and John Goa, n- w,a1. r. and Mrs. Art Byers ent several days at Lewison with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Turner last week. M. C. Stark returned to the ecast with his son, Germ, last Tuesday after spending sever- al weks with M. alml Mrs. Ed Stloek. After he lng eri home Mr. Stark ws take So the ,hop[ital wih a slight ,heact attack. He was leased over the weekend and is staying in Reaton with lVr. and Mrs. C, ene Stark. Mrs. ffoane Whittner, Deb- hie and Den, lVir. Cory He J mer and Mr. and Ma. Dick Atk'n.sen, Frank, Rick mad Jolm visited with loy  and Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helmet SUn- day afternoon. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. GordOn visited at the Hetmer home a,nd the Atkinson family viSit- ed with Mr. md M_s. tkmae Green and tmily. .Mr. and Mrs. Pnaie Green, Ronnfie, Donrie ,and Lonie visited and had dinner with Mr..anti Mrs. Gordan Gvee Sunday afterrmon. Tke Dadies Aid will hd is anntml spaghetti feed Nov. 12 at the Spangle elam'ch faxma 5:30-8 p. m. The Hoe and Grow 4-H cl.,ub wl oId its eawd lrty Nov. 19 in the West Liherty cafe- teria  8 p. m. Thirty,five of the 50 states will have net migration losses of war veterans between 1960 and 1980, the VA estimates. ' Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill AMBER HOT LUNCH Monday: Cherokee casser- ole, spinach, carrot sticks, bread and butter, appee crisp and milk. Tues'.day: Fried chicken, rolls;hod patatos ,and gaavy, butered corn, hot rol and butter, s and milk. Wednesday: Baked beans with weinors, cabbage sa.lad, Lwed and butter, app,e sauce cake and milk. Tlursday: Vegetable and me,at cassaro}e, leCture aad, muffins and butter, Cherry up- side @own cake and milk. Friday: Potato soup, peanut buter satndwiches, ltuce salad with tu'aa fish, ice cream and milk. Amber grange will lold a reguh meeting Tuesday, Nov. 16 at 8 p. m. There will be iecton ,of officers. The sec- retary re:ports that dues are now due. Young Gale bridge c'l,ab met at the home of Mrs. John H. H, arris Wednesday afternoon. Frize winners included Mrs. Kent Sooy, M, rs. N. A. Coa-d'i'll and lrs. Melvin Marsth. Th Cub will meet next with Mrs. Le,sle Mill. Mr. and Mrs. Leon,ard Mus, ser left Wednesday for their home in Livermore, Ctalif., after spending the p,ast month visiting re,l!atives ar,!d friends. Mrs. Franc Harder who i,s still in the Deaene,ss .hospitat is improving some. Mrs. Harold Hartley is in the Sacred Hart hos!pital with a slip,pod disk in her back and is in traction. Lt. Char}es F,athersone left Oct. 27 by pian'e for his new a ssin'ment in Germany. Mrs. Featherstone, the .ormev Carol Marsh, is presently in Cleve- land, Ohio visiting the senior Featherston.e,s. She is awaiting 'her travel orders from the army belore leaving to joi her husband overseas. Enjoying dinner Sundtay at Lhe Golden Hour resaurmat in Spokane as gue.ts of Mrs. Wilson Cree were Mrs. L. C. C.oedlll, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordi'lL Kay Ann :ad Ne'l's and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Oordill and Colleen. Mrs. Adele S,oh,er of Mon- rovia, Calif., was a weekend lrouse gue of Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert, Jill and Gh:uck. She is Mr. Lambert's skster. Mrs. Ed Grimm, Cindy and Doug of lone were house guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herold Reed fro,m Tu,es- day u,nltil Surday. Mr. GSmm came down Saturday ad ,he arid Mrs. rimm attended he homecomixtg festivities at IW- SC Saturday. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. JosJe Marsh were Mr. nd Mrs. Keith Cummin,gs, Michael arid Patty Anln, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marsh, John and Nick ad Miss Becky Com'ath. Mrs. Richard Jordan and family were Saturday di mer guests ,o Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Kidwelll, Jim arid Beth of Spo- kane. On Sunday they were dinner guests of ,Mrs. Martoa Bait aiorrg with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bait of Marysvilie. Tyler News By Wanda Stengle Booster night far Tyler grarrge will be a tmtluck sup- per ,Seld at 6 p. m. Niov. 16. Everyone welcome. Thanksgiv- ing theme wi_[1 be used far the program and decoratl,ons. Drawin will be held a,o. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea and Mr. Alvin Milkier attended a raly for aH granges of the so,uthern half of Spok'ae com,,ty at Plaza Monday eve- ning. Mr. Art Stengie received the first anJ scond degree,s at Ty- ler grange on Nov. 2 ,nd will receive the third and fourt,h ,at Espanola on Nov. 12. Mr. and rs. Chrence Kart- chner had Dr. Gm,nt Thomas and clildren of Cheney us Sun- day visitors. Dick Hiarris of Cheney spent the weekend with the Art Ste- ]e family. Mrs. Beutah Swanso*n .fxm Rcardan was a sup,per guest at Mr. and Mrs. Donald DaVilSe last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff SarT i from Costa Mesa, Oa, lif., and Mr. ,and Mrs. Keith of oPst Falls were Sunday dinner gue,s.ts o,f Mr. and Mrs. Rll Keith. The She,a families aterrded a program at the Nazarene church in Cheney Friday eve- nng. The special speaker was Rev. Daugas Clem of Spo- kane Orest,}ine church. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Sha a,nd Ea,rt Betz cared on Mr. and Mrs. Chris Betz of Cheney Stmday. They ,also vited at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Wa'l- ter Moos and Mr. and Mrs. Barnes of Spokane Valley. Tyler residents enjoyed the anual fun night :held by the Spokane county cattleman's as- sociation Saturday night. Mr. and ,Mrs. J. P. Bro-n were hos,ts to tow Spokane coulMes, h-iday, Novembor 12, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 3 Mr. a, nd Mrs. Pasyer Merrick ter lad welcomes friends vsi- ,trod Mr. and Mrs. td Sedman. ing her in the nursing hme,. Mr. and Mrs. L}oyd Ham and MAss Jessie Lass was guest Mr. ,and Mrs. John Ham drove of Kaye Ham Fiday azd Sat- Vo Cl.arkston Sunday. Mrs. Zel- urday,'' nht. na Jones returned home after s)ending two weeks in Tyler visiting friends and re,lives, t The man who is prepared Mrs. Ida Ham is feeing bet- has ,his battle tmlf oufit. Get Prepared For Snows & Blows WE HAVE THE RUBBER FOOTWEAR AND WARM CLOTHING FOR COLD WEATHER. Complete Assortment of Snow Boots of the Best Selling Types NEW STYLES ,ss00,oco00o00s $5.00 ,o $12.00 RUBBER FOOTWAR FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY BEST QUALITY AND LOWEST PRICES Cheney Dept. Store SOUTHWEST SPOKANE SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT FUND RAISING DANCE at 9 p. m., Nov. 20 Cheney City Hall BILL PETERSCHiCK ORCHESTRA You name it, we finance it. any other financial institution in the state. There are tWO good reasons: fast service and Take your pick, Seattle-First finances a//makes excellent terms. So, whether you arrange your and models. And we finance more of them than, SEAFIRST financing through your new car dealer or through your SEAFIRST branch, you'll get a good deal. Count on it. Seattle.First National Bank MEMEER FEDERAL DEpOEI'f INSURANCE CORPORATION , , EJ R71: l ROlff--llre, Fot, P,ymO; 2ad Row---Dodge, Buick, Mercury; 3rd Row--Pontiac, Chrysler, Ambassador; 4th I{ow--Contlnent, Cadillac, Oldsmobile.