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Prairie Marshall News By Lana Evans NEWS the grange meeting last mght at Fur Corners were made to &apos;hold a sale Dee. 2 at N. 4 in Spokane, and a Dec. 1 at Reinbolds to final plans. Tirere will Springs By Phyllis Schmidt and Mrs. @ten Wahl family rove speeding sev- days in Misoula, Mont., her parents and en- Ttrznksgiving. and 1Vrs. Lawrence had as dinner guests h,er mother Mrs. Novak. visiting were her broth- family, Ed Novak and and husband Mr. and Bob Hedand of Seattle. arid Mrs. Art Shi]]iam had as their dinner guests and Mrs. Dean Shilliam Mr. and Mrs. Ed daughter, Mrs. Flo,r- ShiiIiam arrd Gary Shil- vdo is home on a 15 day from the navy. STOPS club has the WWW Club now the membership up The new members Lemmer, Deores ,and Cathy Spa'kes. The ,on a humorous yle the all city STOPS on Dec. 2 at the friends ,and relatives an old faShioned dinner at the of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sciraefer and E'llen were top wirmers e.all city bowling to, ma- in the B d!oubles divis- and Ed Sehmidt, Eallon spent three in the Blue Mountains deer hunti, ng trip. A.RE YOU READY FOR SANTA? :. Permanent Special r$.00 $10.00 Co.mplete e's Beauty Shop 10, Acres from at Yiaple Leaf Motel by Appointmen,t Surrd'ay & Monday MA 4-637 d3-31 Leaf Grocery from Geiger Field 3hone TE 8-1223 Neighborhood Grocery STORE HOURS thru Saturday a. m. to 8 p. m. 10 a.m. to 8 p. m. oltf e /'k ^, I Next caTd party is Dec. ll, Quarrie and Mr. a!nd Mrs. Clot- By Anna Phillips levee Davis irosts. Next grange East Cheney grange had six lmeeting is this Friday evenn,g tables of pin,ochie ,at their hall let 8. Jas:t Saturday evening; L-s, Mrs. Esther Stdzer, Darrell prizes went to W, al,ly Labish'and Deloris enterbain,ed with and Mrs. John Labish, second high to Claude Hol, ling and Mrs. Mary Babb; Empty B'abb trave.irg prize and Joe Lab- ish door prize. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Babb and Mrs. Est'her Stelzer served refres'hments. I be a birhd, ay dinner at Four 'Oeners grange Dec. 8. CHURCH NEWS Rev. and Mrs. Magnus Udd, ministers in FrerCh West Af- rica, showed ftms ,f the coun- try at the Sunday social hour .a the Mars,h,a,ll C)mmunity c irtrch. The church cooperat- ed with the United Rally last YLonday evening ,at the Glad :Thanksgiving dirmer for Mr. and Mrs. Henry urgerrs, Steve, Dermis and Sammy of Dryden, Mr. and Mrs. Ruco'llh Stelzer and arilyn of Li,nd, Mr. and Mrs. George ttilze.r of Ritzvil]e arrd Mrs. Ed,rra Gie, baron of Medical Lake. Mrs. E':her Stelzer, Darrell arrd De$ori were last Sunday di ner gues of Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Kuto ad Jeanone of Spokane. Thanksgiving dirmev guests l of Mr. and Mrs. Oran Lambert of Spokane were Mr. and Mrs. Emery Babb and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. A'ibert "Babb, Judy and Lmda, Jan an.d Reid Sa, aio Mrs. Mary Dabb, Mr. and Mrs. J,a*ck Curtis and Lu Anne. Tidings ehu.rch of God in Slap-: Mr. and Mrs. Don MacQuar- kane with Maicom Smith of rie were Tiranksgiving ddnnex Lorrd'on; England as guest guests of Mr. and Mrs:. Russel speaker. On Dec. 16 and 17, Arno,ld a,nd family ,of Sp,okane. at 7:30 p. m., meetings will I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish, be hed at the Masonic temple]Jimmie and Jennifer we,re in Spokane. Rev. Nikld Cruz, a lnrg s dnne associate of Rev. Dave Wilker- son, will be guest minister. [family of Post Fall,s. Mrs. 1'here is no adm:ission charge iNu.11h and Mrs. Labish are sis- and it is open to the pub]ic. I ters. Mrs. Robert Spanger and The adies of Marshal,1 Coin-[children of Sprague Slent 1cast nmnity eirurch held a bridal ]Friday with the Joe La,bishes. sh,wer f,or Miss Joan Duneran[ Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phil- who will be married to J(lmlips and aohn were Thanksgiv- McNeal of Sandpoint Jan. a. ing dinnler guests in Spolane Windsor News e e By Mrs. James Widner Windsor grange wiJd have their Christmas party Dec. 15 at 8 p. m. The youth arid jun- ior grangers will have the pro- gram under the direction of the youth chairman, Mrs. Phil- lip Patterson. Windsor grange had 11 tab- les of cards in play ].'ast Sat- urday evening. Coming frown Spangle over the saSppery 14ghway were Mr..atnt Mas. Otto Bleismer, Paine Rohwer, Cecelia Burns, Irma Hanson, Louise Pittman and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hall. Amoeng those winning prizes u,ere Mrs. Otto Bleiser, Paul- ine R'ohwer, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterritt and Louise Pitt- nan. Sun, set gange 'had 19 tables in play at their pay Mon@ay in the Darigo,td has,tess room, lyler News Friday, December 3, I965 By Wanda Stengle and Mrs. J'ack Harkzess and Steve ,an.d John. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wrigh Mr. and Mrs. R. M. P}ots are the proud paren:s of a 7 and son Bob, Mrs. Alice Ho'L lb., 4 oz. dauglter born Nov man of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. 21; Connie Caye j oins a sister D'efia M, ae, .at ,borne. J. Edward Betz is the proud grandfath- er. They will be with him on the home pa, ee for a while. Seve.rl families from Tyler attended tire unreal services fior Mrs. East, mother of A,1- vis 19ast of VCala Walla, Pri- day. She was a former Tyler 'resident f mny s. Fur- th, e details will be watten i'ater concerning her arriving in our part of the country in a covered wagon :and e,arly gays of Tyler. Kaye Ham reminds every- one to save atl eamceled pod,- age stamp off C'hris 'tm,as cards and letters. She is plannirrg to Manning Ptotts and Mrs. Ella Smith ,of Chewelah were gues o, the Johrmy Hams. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Im- bert visited Mrs. Gladys Ro- bertus in Portlland for the :iral- idays. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schell spent Thanksgiving at Post Pa with his brother Me] Schel ad family. Mrs. Ira Jiacksn had Mrs. D(rothy Abbott and children, and Mr. =and Mrs. Harold Jack- son and sons as guests for turkey dinner, j.'i Guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. Brawn were Mrs. Emma Brown of Sprague a,nd Mrs. Cheney Free Press Page 3 Brother's Death Calls Florence Fryer to LA Miss Flore,n,ee Fryer left Monday e-toning far Los An- geles to attend funex servic- es for her brat:her, James J. Fryer, who died ,suddenly Sun- day afternoon' fol],omg a ira,rt attack. Fryer, Southwest District margev f Ce,nrat Eleeie stationed at Los Angeles, ws preceded in death by his wife ou,r years ago. Survivors ix- clud'e two sons, Koger of Los Argeles and Stelhea of thoe- nx, Ariz.; six sisters and three brothes. LANCE HILL 4-H PLANS BAKE SALE Lance HLI,1 4H club had a keep coll'ecting them for the Anna Mae Brandt of Medical meeting Nov. 26 and year- HUB CLUB Members of the Hub club will have a Christmas party Dec. 15 at the ,home of Mrs. Bernard Kline in Spokane. Anyone interested in attend- ing or joining may conact Mrs. Lovell. The grou;p is conerned m.ain}y with crafts and 'home extemsion. --Mi, ss Cheryl Lovell was in- traduced a.t the Jets Thanks- giving ,hockey game as a can- dadate for the title of "Miss Jet Set." Mr. and M, rs. Loyd Lovell a,nd David spent he weekend at Deep lake with Mr. a,nd M, rs. Hitch Lopp. Mr. and Mrs. Poitras sgent the Thanksgiving weekend in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Don Morrson spent last weekend at Lake Tahoe. They also attended the Hijinks party at the City club. Leslie West was 'n over- niirt guest of Bomlie M,ovri- son Friday. Ttmnksgivig guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Evans were Miss Fs,her K. Wendel, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Connelly, A. L. Co.nelly ,mad Mr. and Ms. Buvt galm and family. 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, Ready In 5 Minutes .................... 89 BURGERS, SHAKES ORDERS TO GO AIRWAY HEIGHTS i In CH 4-39]4 atotor entrance FREE PARKING IN DOWNTOWN A T T L E Close to shopping, theatres and offices.., one block from Monorail  90 seconds to Seattle Convention .Center. Tastefully appointed rooms at modest rates in- eluding free parking, free television and free ic dispenser. FAMILY PLAN accommodates chil- dren under 14 FREE in room with parents. , from $ $ : single :. [l ..<;i.:::::,,.:::: 1 me of the .......... "{ii " dii; ................ # ;;i" [111111 ''' Re st aurant & Lunge ii% ,,, luncheon, dinnor, eocktails00ii "t Illlll g/g dancing nightly J-------.-.-- AUSTIN MOTOR HOTEL. Guy,me @ VI Ast7= Afanag/ng Ouw'r$ - "l},.:l ,' MOTOR IOSEvELT SEVENTH AND PINE "right downtown" Tele: MAin 4-1400 of Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred t}aird i and Mr. and Mrs. William Thu- , on and family at the Thulon home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry H,amp- ton were Thanksgiving din:net guests of Mr..and Mrs. Harold Blassas and family o,f Spokane. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hampton were Mrs. Ma- bel A1Lard, Loren Taylor, Mrs. Joarme Clay and family from Lewiston and Riggi,n,s, Ida,ira. Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup uere Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Hendricks. Mr. ad Ms. Stvoup entertained with dtev Thanksgiving dinner last Su- day for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartford and fany of Four Lakes. Mr. an,d Mrs. C. W. Brown retrained last Sunday a, fter at- ten, dnlg their eldest grand-I son's wedding in San J(se, Calri. They el,so spen,t some time with their d,a:ughter in Boise. Alert Biehl, David Bbb, Nancy and Margaret Blair, Mary ,and Johnny Bos enjoy- ed a birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Beots Tuesday lonoring Johrmy on ,b 18th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Balb spent Thanksgiving in Seattle vih Mrs. tabb's sis*er, M. Len Wileen and family. Among those 'attending we Adelaide Larsen, Irma Strag- ier and Vallie Woodhurst. Alvina Kern and Jim Cash were married on Thnksgiving day. Mrs. Cash is the hmne economics oh, airman for Para- dise grange. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Kam-i pa entertained at Thanksgiving i dinner for Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Litcher and Charhe and John Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ru'p had thoir sonqndaw and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Dwain BaH and chi/dren from Ke.nt for the holiday weekend. Mrs. Daisy Kicks entertain- ed with a Tlaksgiving dinner or her brother Jim O'Toole, Clarence Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ward. Mr. and Mrs. J(hn Stark and Herman Stark had holiday: dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jonah i Stark, son-indaw and dauh,te, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lrs>n in Spokane. Coming fro Seat- tle for the amily dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Paulson and two children. Mrs. Paul- son s the Lessons' daughter Arrother daughter (rf Mr. arrd Mrs. John Stark, rs. Tudy Hanson of Opportunity also attended the a,mily dJrmer. After 18 years in Hayford Mr. arm Mrs. J. Peon have said their "Chef Peroni" dab to Mr. and Mrs. H. E. taase and the 13 <hidre.n. The Haases ,aren't going to ru the club. Tire dance troll is a rec- reation roam for the children Mr. and Mrs. Peroni moed to Spokane. The Hases are from Roel@ord. Mr. and Mrs Albert Stra#er entertained their aunt Irma Stvaer for Tha'nkgiving din- nor. Mr. Stra,gier then visited his parents, Mr. a.ndMvs. Jul- ius Strgier, taking their din nor to them as his father has been ill. The fhl bug is real busy in Thanksgiving dinn:er gues. It his area. Those Who have re- of Mr. and Mrs. G!arnett Boots I covered are Mrs. Maxine O1- were David Babb .and Mr. and[son and (laughter Karen and Mrs. Earlwood tos and sons I son Jim. of Seattle who sp,ent the] Thanksgiving va'cation at the Bots home. Mr. and Mrs. Garne*t Bots, Wed, nes8ay evening Mr. and I J,ohny and Mary for birthday Mrs. Archie Hornfelt, Lorielcake honoring Mary Boots o,n and Mrs. Mary M.o.ulon joined h,e,r 16th birthday." grange, even though tirey are moving to their new home in Medical Lake this week. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kempkin of Edwall will be moving into the Ham pace at Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea and Earl Betz drove to Troy, Ida- ho, Sunday to sped the day with the Johrrson family. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea attended the wedding of Rona}d Fow- ler Saturday in Newport. The Shea family spent Thanksgiving day together with a big turkey dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shea and chil- dren atso visited her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Sparrow in Spo- kane in the everring. lany Tyler families enter- tained out of town trio,ads and rel,atives over the Th)anks- giving hoday at the ArMy ]teyer home. Guests were Mrs. Eillen Masterson and sons Danny and Greg, their grand- oatens, Mr. and Mrs. Wiam Tmn, , Enumclaw and M Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stengle an l boy's enjoyed the com- paay o,f Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cc'_e and son Jim o:f Paradise Prairie and Dave Browdy of Cheney as guests Th,anksgiv- ing d,ay. books were passed out. The club decided to have a Ctmist- mas pa,rty on Dee. 18 ireaa members will exchmage grits. We als,o decided to have a bake sale ,on Dec. 11 nd the Lance IIill 4-H ciub wi'l:l a,ppe- ciate your patro,nage. Gentlem en. If your hair is not becoming to you - you should be coming to us. Den's Barber Shop In tire former Safeway building / GIFTS FOR... 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