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]their sistex-in4a:w, Mrs. s,taads- Airy Heigh]s ]bury, of Tonasket, as a visitor. ESTS FROM COLORADO [LON HARRIS--NJURED Mrs. Clarlotte Folk ,has her[ Mr. Lon Harrison was ser- Mrs. Marguerite lieu:sly injured while working rat Boundary Dam last week. anbd gran, dchKdren and Lester from Denver here for the Tlanksgiv- he, clays. very successful PTA sup- was ,held Thursday. Over attended. It was fMowed a Short concert by seA, eel 0ongtulations to Mr. and J. Martelia on the arvial a lauhter, N,army Jane. arid Mrs. Hudson have Leaf Grocery from Geiger Field Telephone TE 8-1223 Neighborhood Grocery NEW STORE HOURS Monday thru Saturday 7a. m. to 8 p. m. 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. oltf Sunday SMORGASBORD $1.50 Daily $1.25 C)sed Saturdays LINE CAFE Airway Heights LOCAL GIRL CONTESTANT Miss Glend.a Calsyn has been chosen by Drezden  Oh,arm and Modeling school to be a contestant for Miss Get Set title, for the Spokane I{ockey Jets. Mr. D. Adams, Jr. el Adams Tractor Co. is the spansor. During the hockey am,e on Thanksgiving day the cardidates will be presented at half-time. Garden Sprinos By Phyllis Schmidt Mrs. Edith Hartman of Bur- tin, gton, I'owa, is here visiting her d!aughter ,and son-in-law, Sgt. ,and Mrs. lodney Streed! and family of Geiger Height. Mrs. 1E, orence SAiltam was a luncheon guest at the lmme of Phyllis Stran!g last week. Other callers at the Shih.'am home the past week were the Bernard Baker fa.mily o,f Kel- l:ogg ,and Mrs. L. J. Harger and C. E. Tin.sfey land Eliz,abeth Greeby. H. Munaay spent several d,ays at Olympia attending the governor's safety council . WWW will meet at the home 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 4 /q eln / f Fried Chicken Juicy, Tender, Ready In 5 Minutes ................... 89 BURGERS, SHAKES ORDERS TO GO AIRWAY HEIGHTS CH 4-3914 %1 Remember-Christmas comes every year. 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"11- MOTOR J :)I-VELI HOTEL SEVENTH AND PINE "right downtown" Tele: MAin 4.1400 II of Sally Streed Monday nght and make ptan,s for the enter- tam.ment for the next all-city STOPS elub me.olin2 in, Dece:m- ber. A Christmas party is be- in planned. Mr. nd Mrs. Marlin Men- son went to Perley, Minn., to visit his father who is very ill. Mrs. B. Zimmerman o,f Seat- tle is here staying with the onson children, while their )arents are gone. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner !POMONA GRANGE MEETS Sgok'ane county Pomorm grange met l(ast Saturday in the Half Moon grarge hall. There were three han,re,d guests; they were Tm Foley, E. M. Webb and TbJoa Dick, who is the state grange jun- o,r superinterdent. The jun- ior gran'ges in the county we,re llonored 'a,s it was the Pamo- nn grange's day to hlan, c" the junior granges. Tom Poley spoke on the food and :agriculture act and other subjects. His advice to any one who wants to kn, aw about the new Co-op Land re- serve to write to the a'Rr'icul- ture secretary in Was'hington, D. C. to get aH the informa- tion. Mr. Foley said he was fr local school districts to gov- ern the schools. Bob Sehmidt of the Plaza grange w,as elected to become Bomorm gange executive com- mitteeman to irep,l,ace Oran Scott, who had held the office for 15 years. Mr. Sico,tt staid he would ra,ther some one else take the office for this term of office. Mary Rice, the new north- cast district youth chai'rman, was introduced by Master Ray Christensen. Miss Rice aftends Fbrt Wright college and any youth clNrman can contact her there. Sbe bel, ons to N,ar- ciss grange in Stevens counfy. Junior Grange Honored r Junior gva,nges honored dur- irg the Pbmona meeting were Central, Paradise, Moan, Pla- za, McIrtosh and Ha Mon. The juni'er granges had charge of the program. The day was .also a recogni- ti, e, day for j uni.ov matrons and patro,ns. Thora Dick an- nounced there wre 60 active junr gn, ges i,n the state. IQeen Cause won the Christmas ornaments during the drawin,g. Su,nset range held an election of officers lst Frid,ay. Srset gange will open its .hall in Airway Heihls soon. Officers elected are: nster, Joe Wade; oversee', Vevn Hu- 'Hn; .lecturer, Thelna Stand- ford; secretary, Chr"tine lich- ards; 'steward, Mr. Richards; assist, steward, Dwain TuTto; ady assist, steavard, Ester Mc- Coy; chaplin, Mary Hufin; ate keeper, talih Rihards; home ec. chairman, Ellen Ster- ritt. The graces .are Arlene M, or- eig, Luci'le WaHey and Dmna Weston; treasurer, Loyd Wes- ton,; executive committemen, Lester Standford, Nick Scharf and Tom Hedger. WANTED -- ONE PIANO Elen Sterritt, Sunset gne home ec. elairnaa says they need a piarm real bad; theirs was burned u,p n t:he fire the1 .cnmed their hall 151 sprirg. Mrs. Serritt's addre is West 5203 Govern,ment Way, Spokane, telephone RI %3549. West Deep Creek grange mrembrs are rebuilding their hall at the same location uheve he hll burned. Attendin, g the Povnon,a meet- ing were Ad,elaide Larsen, Ir- ma Stragier and Ian,a Wid- nor. Winds,m" grange will have their 1965 fm'al card party Sat- urday evenin,g, Nov. 27 in the ha19. ValUate Woodhurst won a tur- key at the Paradi*se ca'd party recently. Atterding the Dan- ish card party were Pauline tlohwer, Cecelia Burns, Nettle Mild, Mr. d Mrs. Otto Bleis- nor, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swan- son, An I&r'mkm'an, Mr. and Mrs. Nmil Diefe, Alvilda Kern and Chris I-Iansen. Mr. arid Mrs. G. Jasman were enterhed at er Su4ay at the Maxine Oson home. I Among the many Who are tome with he flu nd bad colds is Karen Olson. The Impobsble happens just oten enough to make Kfe either clistubin,g or de- llhtftH. e Amber News e lLambart ,as a gues. Prizes were won by Mrs. Ioward Mavsh, Mrs. lon MeKirley a,d Mrs. N. A. Co,dill Ifs. F. N. McKinley. Mrs. Mill AMBER GRANGE ELECTS OFFICERS Amber grarge hem a regu- lar meeting Tueslay evening with the election of o:fficers tot the coming year. The bood hank regrted a credit of three pins on ha,nd. The grarge voted to 'pay orm-hird of the cost of the candy fo" the school chil4ren at Christ- mas. Th,e following were elcted to offices axed will be instHed at Tyler grange Dec. 2nd at 8 p. m. Mater, lay Schmitt; over- 'seer, Ted Folk; lecturer, Alice Sptler; secretary, Pat McKin- ley; treasurer, Ivan Oalve; s,teward, Christine M'ash Ceres, Eoise Goodwin; Pomo- na, Ivy Cordi.H; Fra, Josie Marsh; gate keeper, Fred Sooy; chaplain, Hattie Tiedt; Execu- tive committee, Lam.'y Oeser; lrome ec. ehai.rman, Alta Buob. There will be no gra,,ge meet- in,g in Deeember. OFFICERS ELECTED AT PTO DINNER A l'arge crowd enjoyed the 'annM PTO community dinner at the school house Friday eve- ning. After dinner, Mrs. How- ard Marsh, the reiring assist- ant 4-H Leader, presented 44-I pin,s to the followi:ag yung- sters: first year, Shirley Hart- ley and Frank Best; second, o, ,/-ear, Jo Ellen Jordan, Donna [,ewis, Doug an, d Sandy Lewis; third year, Connie Best ad Jill Dahl; fourth year, Jhn Jordan and Nelson Cordill, Jr., fifth year, Glenrna Best, Caxl and Gary Sooy; and to Ann Cordial, a seven year pin. Nel. sn Cordill, Jr., presented a gift to Mrs. Marsh on be,lal ef the 4-H club for her help t he pst 10 years. After this cards were in play with prizes in pinochle oing to Ray Sth,mitt, ChNs- tine Marsh, John Goodwin, Gertrude Moe and Otto Schmitt. Prizes in bridge went to Harve Jerd,an, Arlene Sooy, Kent Sooy, Ivy COrdll and Elsie Jorden. will entertain the club again on Dec. 1. Don Lambert returned from a 'hurtinN trip to the Blue Mountains with an ek. Saturday evermg dinner guests of Mrs. Elsie Schmidt in- clouded lIr. and Mrs. Hward Marsh and Howard, Jr., Mr. end Mrs. Melvi,a, Marsh, John and N}ck and Mss Becky on- ratA. ,ackie Lambert Was a Sun- @a,y TiNter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert, Jill and Qhuck. Mr. arid Mrs. Don Lmnbert arid Chuck were Satucay eve- n]ng gues of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Decker. Oarol Sooy was a Friday overnight guest of Jennifer Jord,. GIVE lVlOItF to ILl AMI:ItlI]AN CANCER SOCIETY A sho,er given fo Mrs. Gary Rietz was hem Saturday at The home of Mrs. Kent Soy. Hostesses besides Mrs. Sooy were Mrs. Melvin Marsh, Mrs.. Howavd Msh, lIrs. Fred Sooy, arol Soy an'd Mrs. N. A. C'or- dill. Mrs. Rietz received many beautiful and useful gifts. :Mr. anti Mrs. Fred GOodwin ef Chelan were Saturday eve- ning visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Harris a!;l.sons. Bob .and Los Harris were weekent guests of O1ark and Jo,hn Jordla,n. 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