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KYid,ay, November 19, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 3 Four Lakes Mrs. Sidney Larson and Mrs. Del Stander- amily spent the week- of Nov. 7 in Ken.newick theirs,, grandparents, atd Mrs. Frank Johnson With Mr. and Mrs. Carl arid Phillip and Mrs. I4atings and d,aght- and Mrs. Lawrence Gri,f-i Plummer, Idaho, vis- Friday with the Delmer Del St&apos;andrfer and families and then met week with their lead- cr Mrs. Jack Hartford. Eigkt-[D lpgle News f OfwardPhZaboth.andof Williamcheney; acdtwo Ed-'sis. ten members .... were present. [ By Joanne Green [ ! P,ur Lakes grange met IaJt]SERVICE IS HELD Frid'av with a fair attendance [FOR FRANK iPLICHAL " 'Mr. and Mrs. Ted Radon and] final services were held Sa- Mrs. Cecil Stow'e served th:eurday ' Nov. fr lLrak lunch. Mrs. Anna Erfurth enter- tained her son and family Mr. an!d Mrs. Harold Erfurth and John and Steve with a birth- day dinner for her dauhter- in-law Monday evening. Robert Reitmeier and Peter Robak were callers at the Sara Kirkpatrick home hst week. Mrs. Kirkpatrick and her the high school car- brother Charles Moursund .+,, ....  .... n o were Satu,rd.ay dinner guests ," .......  ..... .".'.- nf Mr and Mrs Keith Pove,ll vom acre near in S "k n - "" ...... he had been "or " po a e JJater vmmng wr .... I /our ,. ' . " ,ih ,,,,o,,,,,, IKn'kpatnck at the n!ursmg ,n .,.o w,.a D+ ..... Ihom. He was feehng qmte .... ,, ....... ...... '''teE that da', Idren spent Sunday eve- ]  J" O " - " "1 , its Orchards wltn Mr. E s ..... [ NGAGEMENT DINNER iegsoml)sn' a u nt J Theengage:mento,fBarbara, ...... :z. ,  , Matt ausch and Do,nald Wark] Itl W t'lersol Irom "  ,; ........ ,^,.  a,s annouzced last Friday] tan;lir:ra2dlVJ[tilUe " nht ,at a dinner at the Rid-I " 'r" . , path Ro,of dining room Mr] they vis,ited Mr. Pier- the Cheney nursing 'and Mrs. Robert Reit- Were Wednesday eve- guests of Virgil Piersol 13, Sp.iiclal who passed away last week. Por many years he was a resident of the Spangle-Ohe-i ney area. He was a veteran of World War I, a member o.f the Cath0tlic church .and of the P'aza grange. Final Mass was hed Saturday, Nov. 13, at the Italy R.osary church in R'osafia w'ith interment in the IOOF cemetery at Iosalia. He is sur- vised by his wife Wilna, tw sorts, Franvis f Spn,e ad Ralph of Pt'aza; en daughter, Mrs. Edwin Grenny of Oppor- tunity; three brothers, Josegh ed I:he luncheon of the wom- en's a.s.sociatlon at the Firs Presbyterian Church. Mr. and 'Irs. Boots Earls- court aml Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Larson attended the turkey shot at St. John Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crooks cr friends ,atte!ded. were dinner guests at their daughters Sunday and cole- Mr. and Mrs. Tray Reynolds and children were guests Sun- day of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pendell. They cele- brated Dawn's fifth birthday with cake and ice cream. Mrs. Earl Pendell and Mrs. Jesse Sileocks attended the Democratic dinner at the Dari- enid building last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Booker and family from Mohl,er, were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Del Standerfer. Mr. ,and Mrs. Dick Moore went to Monana over the Rusy Fingers 4-H club ;brated the birthday o.f Mrs. Cro,olrs. Mr. and Mrs. Haro.ld Pen- i del, l, Jr., from Seattle spent the weekend here. Mrs. Dn Muzatko and Ricky speat Monday with her aunt Mrs. Silcocks. Airway HeigMs tots, Mrs. J. C. Hasimgen of Ellen,burg and Mrs. IAster tiaNagen off Kent, and six grandchildren. YOUNG PEOPLE ENJOY PARTY The Young Peoples c,la,ss of the Spangle Ch'isti,r church enjoyed a weiner roast a,st week. Altho,ugh they were chased ins,ide by the rain hey enjoyed games and their hot d,ogs. Those attending were Gayle Schieehe, Danny Reily, Dermis Raugust, Beverly .and Eddie Syverson, Joe Sievers nksgiving Greetings Open All Day Nov. 25 )le Leaf Grocery from Geiger Field TE 8-1223 Dick Krauel, y and Mrk R'ohwer, Jznet Bogle, Sharon Pier,el, Carol Aim Spliehal and Anna McKirtl'ay. AsSisting Mrs. Phil Hall was Mrs. Gor- don Crabtree. 1OM OSTHELLERS HAVE DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ostheller (Diane Hoffman) are the par- ent.s ,of an 8 lb., 10 oz. girl, born Nov. 13. The OsEe.llers named their first barn M,n,iea Ann. Proud grand:parents are .Mr. and Mrs. Del ttaffman o,f Spangle and Mr. and Mrs. Dinner $1.50 You Can Eat weekend o ,attend the wed- them with gifts or their kind- ding of her brother. nesses. , Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Atkis I Mrs. Fl,ssie Jensen of Pas- ]ave retu.rned ,after spending ! co and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Camp- to weeks in San Fmneisco. i bell of Columbia Falls, Mont., DeIbert Sp, e,ar .is in the Sa-lae visiting their sster, Mrs. cred Heiart hospital ecovering}Claa Heartier. _from lu,ng surgery. He is im- Mrs. Gfllispie of Gaiiforra prowng nicely, but will lave has moved here a,nd is living to remain at the hospital for with her broler, Farley, man- s.evera*l days. ager of the Da, gdad Motel. Mrs. Sid,ney Larson called on Mrs. Alice Magers in Spa- COUNCIL MEETING HELD kane Friday and they ttead- The reguhr ,mOnMy meet- Airway Heights Grocery OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A. M. TO 9 P. M. Fresh Produce Meats, Gro. certes, Toiletries, General Merchandise. D. A. Jaquith Get your Free Press here jy23tf and all the trim- Cocldks, salads and Smorgasbord - Daily $1.25 glsed Saturdays LINE CAFE , rway Heights In A few business people and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Sos- tram had a luncheon Tuesday at their eafe and pvesented l Claude Ostheller o,f Fairfield. The Itoffman,s left Monday for Seattle to see their firs grand- child. Mrs. Marilyn Lupinaccis was honored at a surprise birthday j party Saturday evening at the Vern Smith home. Mrs. Ann Smith and Mrs. Karen Smith were hostesses to the 21 guests who enj, oyed gmes and refreshments. Kenneth Metea (ff Alaska visited recen,tly with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allen. Fried Chicken Juicy, Tender, Ready In 5 Minutes ................... 89 BURGERS, SHAKES ORDERS TO GO AIRWAY HEIGHTS CH 4-3914 e ought to more often" aren't you said that after a Long Dis- visit with your children? o need to say it again, just pick up phone now... We're just that close... t Telephone Co. ,of the cou,rmil was ;hed on M, rtight 'at 7:30. Two members were absent. A few more interested residents we,re present. Others re urged to attend the meetings. Thars6ay evening a,n armual merbersh,ip meetin was hem at the Evange,lial' Ftree Ohurch. Twelve ladies were present. A devotfonal h'our fol- lowed, then games. Ln, ch was served. Rev. De Via, hey made an ex- eharge of pulpits Sundy wWn Pastor Laner of the PLrst Evan.gelical Free chuzcl off S'polane. The ocal laundromat, ova ed a, nd operated by Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jh, nson, is doing a good business. Mr. Jotmson is ,a courcilman, Mrs. Johnson  retteves at the city lall during ca, enlivens arid at Airway grocery. They tmve three children. Frank Buehler leaves Thurs- day for Catiforria to j,ain the army. D,aphne;s' Cage, frmely the I Travel,lets Inn, 'has bee,n closed because of injuries Daphne re- ceived in 'a car aeeideaL Mr. Jacquith rece,nEy visit- e d his da, u,ghter in Seattle. Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt GARDEN SPRINGS SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ARE TOLD The dime a dip dinner will be h,d Nov. 20 at the Garde,n Springs school, serving will start a,t 5:30 to 8 p. m. Ham anfd turkey with all the trim- rninffs wi1 be featured, also a vaviety off bat dishes with: 'homenmde chuck wagon bread. Ev.e. one is invited and it is a fam41y ffair. Mrs. Sieget and the fourth grade 0hildren made a field trip to the paper mill last week so the ctfil'dren could see bow the ml operates. Mr. Caushnoaa and the sixth gde took {heir fielll trip Nst week to the Spokene chronicle ewspaper to find <)uS how the paper m put oat. The Ob.viras perry will be ,held ,t .the PTO meeting on i Dec. 13. A gift exehanlge will be held. Everyone is to brg a wvalped gift of 50 cents v.aue and trey will be ex- cacl a, the party. Mrs. Joyce ovne w"ffi lead the sing- ng of C'nistmas varrol. Everyone is invited. NEW FP SUBSCRIBERS New subecribers o the Free Press ave H. F. Hoover oand the E. A. Rouse family of mute 4. Wecovae aboard. Mrs. I-ta,--"oChm.g and son DvCaome returned from Se- attle Where they visited rela- fives .and Dwayne :1ad txeat- meats at the ,hospital. A speedy rcovery o Mrs. Virginia Vandertin Who has been in the hospital and is home ow res,ing before o- ilg back to the hOslMtal fr surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Aibert Ras- mussen have returned from a three week trip to the mLd- west. They visited with sev- ern of their childe,n and families a(nd with so,cecal of Mr. tasmussen's brothers. They enjvyed fine weatlher ad many interesting sights. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith of Beacon Point visited wiVh Mr. and Mrs. Vern Smith for seveeal days la week. They left fr home Saturday mon- Mr. and Mrs. Gordian Caab- tree, Robin, Rene and Donna visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred K'ng at Neort Suncy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rig, by and Kathryn, Mrs. Ethel Whee- ler, Mrs. Gordon Green and Bormie, Don rile and Ixme visited with loy Mill Nri, dy evening. Mrs. Chude Schieelie re- turned from Scottsdle, Ariz., a*ter spendirg several weeks East Cheney By Anne Phillips East Che,ney grange meets ths Frid,ay evening and wl have eteetion of officers. For East Cheney grangers attend- ed he grange rally at Plaa grange hall Nov. 8. Mr. ,and Mrs. Chester Phil- lips spent last Saturday eve- rang with Mr. and Mrs. Vern H,arrington. Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Ha.rap- ton were l(ast Sunday guests of Mr. a, ad Mrs. Bob Hampon ,ad 'family of Spokane. r. and Mrs. George Sroupi m,tored to Four Lakes Sunday. Sunday guests of Mr. ad Mrs. Vern Harringtan Mr. and Mrs. Troy layfield and amily and Mr. and Mrs. John Myrick and family all of Spolvane. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kilo, ,lack and Connie of Thont'an were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Chester I-'hi,llips and Jo,hn. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Reynolds of Roseburg, Ore., formerly of Pioneer Township, are visiti,ng relatives and friends o" Che- hey, Spangle and Phza. They also made a trip to Colville to visit Mrs. Reyno,ld's sti'ster with her daughter and fam- ily. She re.t)orts little Steven is growing like a weed and d;o- ing fine. Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnston, Patty, Tommy and ia,cqule spool three days vNiting am- ily and friends at Tonasket. The Spangle Hoe and Grow 4-H cl, ub will give t'h,er card party ,at West Liberty cafeteria Nov. 19 at 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Iyto.n RaM- win, Bruce and Jaa,nne of Veadale were Sunday supe guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norton Jennin,gs. Den Baldrin, a stu- dent at Whitworth college, was a brief visitor later on 'his re- turn from Colax vhexe he regularly conducts a Yaung People,s Sunday evenin ser- vice. Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS u'ro EXCESS ACID QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST Over five mfflon peckages of the WILLA RD TREATMENT have beeneold .l i e/of .ymptoms of dis tress a,-hdng zom maeh and Ouod,nal Uleers due to It=. SmAld--Pr DilHtlmm, Irlar " Ulmet ach. Gasslne,s. HealrtlMIl,. 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