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6arden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt MENU Christmas gift exchange be featured at the PTO Dec. 13; coffee hour ':30, meeting at 8. "Bring cent gift and have fun," program cha, irman, Mrs. John Jones will in singing Christina,s car- Everyone is invited. Na- Kelly, Eileen Kop,p and Gbert will have Charge popcorn sale on Dec. 17 children of the school. Dean Shilliam is spend- a week in Canada visitn,g friends arid relatives. su,beriher to The Free is Elmer Hewso and Welcome aba,rd. 'and Mrs. Le lo3r. Ohle- had as their guest and Mrs. Wilbert Hermes Mont. meeting of the ttappy club was bald at the of Mary Wardrope. Plans rl)w to hold their CbJrist- larty on Dec. 16 at one hotels in Spokane with and gift exchange embers and guests. Airway Heights Grocery 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A. M. TO 9 P. M. resh Produce Meats, Gro- Toiletries, General D. A. Jaquith your Free Press here ' IOIIGASBORD i Special $1.25 Sunday, Dec. 12 mn Christmas Day ain Line Care Airway Heights By Lana Evans GRANGE NEWS Four Corzmrs grange held their annual birthday dinner recently. La,st week at Paradise grarge, ofhcers were installed it;or Paradise and Spangle i granges. Officers of laadise 'are: master, Emil Deife; over- seer, J'ack Engle; lecturer, Phyllis Sift; steward, BilJ Oockburn; assista'nft seward, Tim H, odgson; lady assistant steward, Pauline SwanSon; chaplain, Vi, ola EngIe; Flora, Mri,on Connetly; Ceres, Mrs. Benday; Pomona, Mrs. Street- er; treasurer, Roy Dalton; sec- re,y, Rozelqla Diefe; home ecoromies, Mrs B.Muet; gate- keeper, Ch:ris H, ansesn:; juve- nile matron, PaNdora Felch; executive committeemen, 1 year, Ed Bl, oomquist; 2 years, Fred Blauert; three years, Fred Swan,son. On Dec. 17 Paradise will hold its annu, al Christmas: par- ty. It is an open meetin,g with gift exckange and everyone is welcome. On Dec. 11, there wi be a turkey give away card party at Paradise. HENRY HARTMEIERS HONORED ON SUNDAY Mr. a,d Mrs. Henry Hart- meier celebrated their 40th anniversary Sunday and were guests o,f Mr. and Mrs. Bill Browning at a banquet at the Holidlay Inn. By Jeanne Green HOMEMAKERS ELECT The Spangle Homemakers club at their meeting Nov. 30 elected these officers: presi- dent, Mrs. Harold Girsberger vice president, Mrs. Fred Bla, uert; secretary, Mrs. Sack Enrgle; treasurer Mrs. Hank :Hengen. Next meeting will be a Christmas party Dec. 14 at the home of Mrs. George Hut- chison. Paradise Prairie w,, ben ckie ex-, change at tht party. Each per- e Amber News son wishing to take Iart in it Marshall News will bring two oz" h,e dozen Mrs. N. A. Cordill cookies wrapped in plate o HOT LUNCH MENU six. Plans were a is, o nade o Monday  Spaghetti wit have a quilt tieing day, which meat and tomato sauce, let- they hind at the ch.urch last tare sa, lad, bread and butter peaches and m. ] Tuesday Vegetable and meat casserole, ca,bbage and pineapple, cin,na,mon ral.ls STAR HOLDS Yri6ay. Fin!al business of the day was election o{ officers: president, Grace Byers; vice president, Bertha Hall; secre- try, Jeanne Green; and treas- urer, Laura Helmet. Everyone i,s welcome to ,attend the Christmas party on Dec. 15. SCHOOL NEWS Foo.tlall 1.etters were award- ed to 24 varsity players and the two managers during an assembly l, ast Wednesday. Those receivin,g awards, were sa,plomores, Brad Morgan, Jo,hn Osthelter, Reid Saario, ad Bill Tee; jun}ors, Bruce M, organ, Steve Powell, Alvin Kruse, Run Hahner, John I.a- Belle, Bob MerJdil:h, Chris Mur.dt, Keith Myriek, Bb Pl- lock, Dwight Zehm and Jtm C,ornwM1, ,and seniors, George En,gle, Steve Fulton, Dick Os- theBer, Al,n Seheele, Larry Th0vmahlen, Gary Gimlen Steve Scha,ffer, Dick Pierxo and Steve Grath. Managers were Kirk Kelley and Jeff el- son. The Liberty Lancers open- ed the basketball sea3,o.n by defeating arfield Friday and Springd,ale Saturday night. On the team are Steve Groth. Mike Cho,ate, Jim Braman, chocolate cake and milk. Wednesday -- Mat laf, buttered corn, bread *nd but- ter, fruited jello and milk Thursday -- Weiners, creamed potatoes, green beans, bread and butter, ice cream and milk. Friday -- Tuna and noodle casserole, peas, lettuce sand- wiches, cookies and milk. LOCAL NEWS The Amber PTO will spon sor a New Year's eve dnce in the Amber gym with the Amber orchestra playing. Amber students will presen ! thei,r annual ChrisCmas po- 'gram Dec. 22 at 8 p. m. Santa Claus will arrive at the close o t the program with treats for I all the youngsters. The Amber Eagles lost the basketball game last Friday with the Edwall Boncos, 22 to 20 in a triple overtime. The next game is Dec. 10 with I Sprague at 1:30 p. m. on the borne fl,oor. Young G'als bridge club met Wednesday at the he,me f Mrs. Leslie Mill with Mrs. D o George En, gle, Steve Fulton, Lambert as a guest. Prize win Craig Konshuk, Dick Piersol nor ........ , olm Cornwall Mik u ....... s mczuoeo Mrs. j. W. DecK- * t=: 1 Lalll, ] . IIon Hahner, John LaBelle, ]er, Mrs. I;. N.. McKinley and 'Steve Powell and Jerry Schie- lIrs. Run McKinley. The club the " ]u ill meet next wit Mas. Kent G the junior varsity team," - --[s)n.Pe:15: _ .... who also wn both of their t urrmbilu!,: '.lhere Wt games, are: Bill Tee, Joey Pilk- [ pe a regumr meeting af Am- eer grange Dec 12 at 8 m in,gton, Joe Schmitz Stan Get-]I " , P' ' , .... r,.._; .L ........ I reported this ino,rrect!iy last n ......... ,..,. mlojgan, r,an]ee k Sort, M C Engle, Bil'l Sie ers, Chris " ' . z, lundt, Dwight Zehm Brad Mr. and Mrs Clark CordiU, , Colleen and Len f Spk,ne Moran, L.o el Schum'n Jim  er e Sunday visitors of Mr Ostheller and David Groth '' ,. ""  . " and Mrs N A Cordfll, Ann Kirk Kelley and Jeff Ol,sn _ ." '" nmnage both squ,,ad, s. adP4els. ........ Last Tuesday, A an,].. ,,,,,, MrS. LUem vuuer (ff Nez Perce Idaho, was a uest of tea, ms represe,nltm,g Free,man ,. ' ...... g' . vtr an(] Mrs  N MCKlnle girls bowed to the two to9 Lib-  ' - - - ' Y eft teams in a la " -  mr several days lst week The Y ' p yuay nero, Me ' -, :-*, ......... .^ ,,^,, Kinleys took her home Monday. team winmn,g three out of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mil- ,fo,ur were Roberta J,hn,son, ary Brewer, Becki Swans.on, der of Kahotus were Sunday Reed and Alfred Weisman were among the guests at the Ma,sonc ir:sall, ation Saturday evenirg in Cheey. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Daniel,s and their guest Mrs. Kelly vs- ited at the W. Bdward Betz home Monda,y afternoon. Mr. nd Mrs. Howard Bu, ob entertained Sunday with a birthday dinner in lormr f their san Elmer Buob. Guests included Mrs. ELmer Buob and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. BI Baker and five children, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moos and Howard Moo. Tyler News By Wanda Stengle Tyler p ostmastar Mrs. Eea- nor Schetl says erly m,altng of Christmas cards and pack- ages will be appreciated. Ira Shea was the ofieer in, charge of install.ion of Lhe grange ,officers 'last Thursday night at Tyler grange. Eighty- five were present. Officers of Four Lakes, Crab Creek, Wau- ken, Amber, East C!heney, Four Corners, Epanola and Deep Creek we.re insailed. Mrs. Zelna Jones from Ctarkston is visiting at the Lloyd Ableman ,home over the weekend. She is leaving to visit her Nster Mrs. Edna Faust o Edmonton the early part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Ham ,and Sue and Kaye of Medical Lake were lunehe,o Friday, December 10, 1965 Chancy Free Press Page 3 Buy your Holiday Cookies and Candy At ARE YOU READY FOR SANTA? Permanent Special S.O0 $10.00 Mdwave Cnplete Beauty Shop 10, Across from a,t aple Leaf Motel ,by Appointment Sunday & Monday MA 4-657 d3-31 Iple Leaf Grocery from Geiger Field hone TE 8-1223 ADVANCE NIGHT Ist Thursday night the Eastern Star held their ad- vance night Tlmse officers be- ing advanced were Pete Scott, Ru, by Hart, Ixla Byers and' Louise Pittman. They also took in three new members, Mrs. Jeanne Whittner and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Prelwitz. BLESSED EVENT Mr. and Mrs. Dick Merritt are he parents of a 6 lb. 11 oz. boy born Dec. 4. They named their first born Darrin Mark- vmod. Proud grandparents are Mr. anxl Mrs. Max Merritt and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hereford. LADIES AID PLANS Bat Suenkel, Judy CornwalJ Jeanne Stuart, Ginger Ken- shank, Datene Wendall, Kathy OshelMr, Sa'mmie Young, Glo- ria Goodner, Satly Felgenlh,au- er, Ca,tel Toepke, IAn.da Wai- ters, and Deanna Parker. The "B" tea,m, wlm won four str, ai,ght, were Lynn Dennie, Jan Den,me, Cindy Gerhauser, Pan Bohman, Vicki Holling, Janet Choate, Barbara Bibeon, Sue Emig, Beck Flaig, Lynn l Metzger, Kathy LaBetle, Judy [Babb, Sylvia Bliesner, and Sherrie Gortsema. The FFA WIll again sell birthday calendars for $2. Ad- dition,al ones may he pur- Neighborhood Grocery STORE HOURS thru Saturday e. m. to 8 p. m. 10a. m. to8 p.m. |n oltf YULE PARTY DEC. 15 ch,xsed for $1 but they must The Spanlgle Laidies Aid ]benrder.e,d by today, Dee. 10. , ITe hlbery a,ucation ass n hX e i lasst ' laeecengal,t th lwfl 1 hold their annu,al Christ- Mrs. Brma Johnson as co-h,-, mas.p,ay Dec. 13 at 6:30 p. m. tess ]it wr[l start ruth a poEuck din- ;e" made final 91a, ns furl her in the multi-purpose room their Christmas part. 'at the at 1:he hgh sehxl. church Dec. 15 at 2 p. m. BOOSTERS SET DEC. 14 MEETING A December meeting of the West Liberty Boosters will be held at the elmentary school at 8 p. m. Tuesday, Dec. 14. !The 'purPose is the selecfio of a project to make use f the organization's fu,mts. A short program will follow. Fried Chicken Juicy, Tender, Ready In 5 Minutes .................... 89 BURGERS, SHAKES ORDERS TO GO AIRWAY HEIGHTS CH 4-3914 motor entrance FREE PARKING IN DOWNTOWN SEATTLE, WASH. Close to shopping, theatres and offices.., one block from Monorail .-- 90 seconds to Seattle Convention .Center. Tastefully appointed rooms at modest rates in- cluding free parking, free television and free ice, dispenser. FAMILY PLAN accommodates ehil. dren under 14 FREE in room with parents. from $ 8 : single of the urant & Lounl luncheon, dinner, cocktails dancing nightly lr. aad Ms. Paul Sieves, tilI, Marilyn, Joe, Caro4yn and Bobby were Stmday diner guests of Mrs. Gladys smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Green, Bonie, Donnie, and Lomie =visited with Mr. and Mrs. Da- vid langis and family Sun- day evening. Mrs. Luise Pittman recent- ly spent several days with her son and family, Mr. ,and Mrs. J,a, ck Pittman. Spangte grange held their Clr'tmas prty last week starti,ng with a potluck dinner follbwed by a program by the chi,ldren. To conclude the eve- ning treats were h,anded out to ,all present. New officers of the Span,file grange were installed a Para- dise Rgage last Friday. Four of the officers ho were in- stalled were mast, Earl IIt- wer; ,overseer, Eb l?mid; seere. taw, Wally Suksdorf, and treasurer, Harold Girsberger. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Kut, h, Ms. Elva Jones arid MTS. AUSTIN MOTOR HOTEL. 2, Guyme & Val Ast;, Ma,,ag;.g Own., e  EVELT 00o,o- HOTEL SEVENTH AND PINE "right downtown" Tele: MAin 4.1400 I.ui, se Pittman ,attended the Wkverly Rebelh ,]l,ge last week. The meeting honed Mrs. Edna Steen, a 50 year momber. Mrs. Beba Hall visited wth hey daughter and Tm band, Mr. and Mrs. Ted l atz, and with her ister, Mrs. T. T. Morrow last week in Spokane. The Eastern Star ant Mas- ons will hold heir Chrims la'ty Dee. 12 beginning with a ptluek ,at 1 p. m. Spangle (?h,stian church will have their programs on Dec. 19, the ,little ones at 10 a. m. and afternoon services at 4:30 o'clock. ler and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hat- visitors of Mrs. Franc Harder. Jennifer Jordan was a Fri- day overnight guest of Carol Soo. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambe, Jill and Chuck were Sunday viors of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Deotts of Milton-Freewater, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ha,rris acompanied Mrs. Jt>h;n H. ttarrts to the Riverview Ter- race in Spokane to visit Mrs. Etta Sbovalter Th, u,rsday. Sixteen scuba divers under the direction of Dr. Renavd Iagein practiced Saturd,ay at the home f Mr. and Mrs. W. Edaard Betz. ! Mr. and Mrs. F. N. McKinley, I M and Mrs. Ronald McKin- ley, Mrs. Richard Jordan and Jenlnifer, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Covd, Mr. and Mrs. Herald Santa's Bake Shop Sale On Saturday, Dec. 11 9 a. m. to5 p. m. At Safeway St. Rose ,of Lima Altar Society We have several guests. The Abelmans enjoyed Sunday ,su, pper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ableman (ff Good Dump Trucks Cheney. Thanksgiving d'nner was enjoyed with the Dee Ablemans of Medical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea spent Sin, day calling on friends, and Pickups for Sale-or They visited the WalCer Moos family and Mr. and Mrs. Ber- n!avd Barnes in Spokane val- Trade. Also a few he,sis ley and in he evening called .on Mrs. Chris Betz of eheney |q.ilL" e__|| e(;;|| ,and Mr. and Mrs. Alexandria. SeverM families atteaaded the potluck supper in the fzrm ,shp at Ohe,ney high for imslation of the green hands a.t the annual FFA ban- See us for . , . i quet Thursday ni,ght. Tla,nksiving guests at the New 8 Used Parts home of Mr. an, d Mrs. Donald Davis were Mr. and Mrs. Hank Davis of Ritzvile mad Mrs. Mil- dred Os,Ndy of Spokane. Art Sten,gie and 3o,h, nny were in an accident ab>ut four miles from Tyler Morn day evening when they ran into a deer The car ove'- turned and rolled landing on its top. They were u,rfinjurcd. The deer was killed. The ear was towed to Cheney. 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