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ENGAGEMENT TOLD. Mr. and rs. Love, Schroeder of Ritzville an- nounced the engagement of their daughter, Katherine Elizabeth, to Gordon David Marfinen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Marfinen of Ellensburg. Miss Schroeder is a 1959 graduate of Ritzville high school. Martinen is a 1957 graduate of Ellenshurg high school Both are attending Central Washington College of Education, where Miss Schroeder is a sophomore and Mariinen will be graduated this spring. A summer wedding is planned. Gene Selchos Honor Gale Kulm's Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kulm and family were dinner guests at the Gene Selcho home Sun- day. It was the birthday of Gale Kulm and the children enjoyed pulling taffy and making other Christmas candies. Gale's birthday cake was made and decorated by Mrs. Start Schell. ASC Employes Group Carols Su, ,day Night Jaycees and Jayceettes were filling the air with Christmas music as two truck loads of members and guests went carol- ing Sunday evening. The group met at the J. D. Brewer home at 7 p.m. and went to the Adams County Memorial hospital and Hillcrest Manor as well as throughout town to cheer the shut-ins wherever they may have been. The 42 members and guests Corps Prepares Infant Layettes for Needy Here A Christmas dessert lupcheon was held at the home 5f Mrs. Clark Martin last Thursday for the Woman's Relief corps. The group held election of of- ficers with all the present offi- cers taking the same offices that they have held this past year. They will be installed at the group's next meeting on Janu- ary 19 at the home of Mrs. Charles Baumann. The group addressed Christ- mas cards to their sick members and several ladies made lace edges on hankies, which were enclosed with the cards. The ladies purchased flannel and worked on layettes and dia- pers, which they will be giving to the Welfare office for distri- bution. The women decided to buy 15 more yards of flannel to make more layettes and diapers as their winter project. Mrs. Bau- mann offered to take the dia- pers to her home and hem them. Past Presidents of Legion Women Hold Yule Party A revised version of the game of Cootie was the feature of the evening when the Past Presi- dent's Parley of the American Legion auxiliary met for their Christmas party December 9 at the home of Mrs. Ralph Street- er. Winning high for the game was Mrs. Howard Seim and re- ceiving low was Mrs. Fred Lan- genheder. Receiving the door prize was Mrs. Langenheder. The group also enjoyed the singing of carols with Mrs. Emil Wellsandt accompanying them on the piano. A gift exchange was held and yefreshments were served by the hostess and the co-hostess, Mrs. Ralph Koch. Among those present were Mrs. Arthur Buh], Mrs. Philip Koch, Mrs. E. E. Edawrds, Mrs. Herman Heimbigner, Mrs. P. J. Reddie, Mrs. Howard Seim, Mrs. Vernon Wellsandt, Mrs. Emil Wellsandt and the hostesses. Ladies Celebrate Woman's "Birthday A group of ladies helped Mrs. Albert A. Manke celebrate her 'birthday Friday afternoon at Att dP ty enjoyed a chiti feed at the close herhome. e n a r of the evening at the Brewer Mrs. Herb Schumaker baked a home. chocolate birthday cake to honor Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schafer en- Among the guests joining the occasion. trtained with a Christmas din- them were Mr. and Mrs. AI Among those attending were ner party for the employes of Sampson, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mrs. Melvin Gust, Mrs. Walter the Agricultural Stabilization Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Trei- Haase, Mrs. Warren Kautz, Mrs. and Conservation office Satur- chel and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Roy Klein, Mrs. Herb Schumak- day evening. , Markum__ e r and Mrs. Robert O estreich. Among an abundance oi  Christmas decorations, the group played games. Ladies' high prize went to Mrs. Ken- neth Colwell and second high went to Mrs. Lawrence Walen- ta. Men's high was won by Har- ry Labes and second high was won by Marvin Keiper. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Graham, Mr.  and Mrs. Henry Leisle, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Walenta, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Keiper, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Labes, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Colwell, Mrs. Martha Moon and Mrs. Ruby Benedict. Many Honor Birthday Here About 50 friends and relatives called on Henry Heimbigner at Hillcrest Manor Thursday to wish him well on his 90th birth- day. Coffee and a decorated birth- day cake were served to the guests as they dropped in. The cake was in the form of an open Bible and was baked and dec- orated by Art O'Donnell, Mr. Heimbigner' son-in-law. Serving the cake and coffee were Mrs. Frank Heimbigner and Mrs. Herman Heimbigner. Among the many guests pres- ent were five of his children, Nellie HeimbLgner, Mrs. Edna Prihar, Mrs. Hattie O'Donnell, all of Spokane, and Frank and Herman Heimbigner of R',tz- ville. Two Birthdays Are Honored Two birthdays were honored 'ith a card party at the Gene Markum home Saturday eve- ning. Charles McCormick and Gene lIarkum were the birthday guests, and the recipients of a large cake in the form of a Brmwball decorated in a Christ- as motif. The evening was spent play- ng pinochle with men's high J | |going to Tom German and lad- I t-s'- hig'h going to Mrs. Clarence I ! co- how was won by Clar- "3 I |nce Scott. | The group enjoyed a mid- [light snack of cake and coffee. |,, Among those present were |r. and Mrs. Oscar Olson, Mr. |ad Mrs. Charles McCormick, l/Cir, and Mrs. Dennis Schuler, |Ir and Mrs Clarence Scott and r: and Mrs, Tom German. NEW LOOK OF WATCH La Marquise Models from $89.50 As illustrated" 14K gold, 6 flawless diamonds... $16S,00 fti. Other Girard Pexregat Watches fcom $,50.00 Jacob Lencer WSCS Women Note Yuletime The Women's Society of Christian Service of Trinity Methodist church met at the church for an annual Christmas program and tea December 14. A short business meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. James Kadlec. Devotions were led by Mrs. Ben Snyder. .Mrs. Snyder and Mrs. J. C. Kittel were in charge'of the program, consisting of a solo by Mrs. Carl Hoffman, a cello solo by Mrs. Alfred Waln, a duet by Mrs. Maynard Galbreath and Mrs. Clarence Bauer and read- ings by Mrs. Karl Rosenoff and Mrs. Otto Amen. Several carols were sung by the group Mrs. Robert Newland accompanied the musical num- bers and the carols. She also played the background music during the tea, which was served by the officers of the so- ciety following the program. Susan Kison Is Feted on Birtfiday Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kison held a dinner at their home on Thursday evening in honor o$ their daughter, Susan's, first birthday. A birthday cake dec- orated in pink and blue was the dessert feature. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Kison, Ronnie Kison, Mrs. Frank Artz and Nancy Artz. Shut-Ins Visited by Junior Mission The Junior Mission band of the Emanuel Lutheran church enjoyed a caroling tour Monday after school. The group visited shut-ins throughout Ritzville. For those children too young to go along there was a super- vised program in the church parlors. The activities were followed by a dinner hour for all the members. Ritzville, Wn., Journal-Times, Thur., Dec. 22, 1960--Page 3 Two Birthdays Honored Here There were two birthdays honored at the home of Henry Benzel Saturday evening. Miss Connie Ellsworth, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ells- worth of Indianapolis, Ind., was honored on her 16th birthday. Also honored was Miss Elva Koch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Koch, on her 13th birth- day. Among those attending the celebration were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Koch, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benzel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dave McRae and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ellsworth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klein and family and Mr. and Mrs. Art Benzel and family. Also attending were Melvin Benzel, S/Sgt. Everett Benzel, Brian, Bruce and Tommy Ben- zel. I I NOW -- Ending Friday Robert Stack in THE LAST VOYAGE Saturday, Dec. 24 NO SHOW A Merry Christmas to each and all Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Closed Christmas Afternoon Open at 5 p.m. Christmas Day Robert Ryan in ICE PALACE I I II IIIIIII J-T WANT ADS BRING BEST RESULTS from ALL of us Let the shimmery red of cheerful Cherry Jell.o brighien your Christmas Feast[ JELL-O e@D to the families who push the carts / MJB COFFEE 1lb. Tin 49c L 2 lb. Tin 98c TOMS ____ "'" . Lynden Am   Brand lr I --  Hunt's--Meal. 16 oz. tins f / @1 8.24 ,bs.mlpl p NEW POTATOES ;. 7/,1)1 FROZEN PIES... /0 C "" Ocean o., 15c lb...... 49C Cranberry Sauce ..... 4 to 8 lbs. IGA TableRite 82 Score JUNIOR tuRKEYS, 55C BUTTER, C Full Shank Half. lb. 53c Butt End Cuts, lb. 57c Carnation--Quart 5 89c EGG NOG Hygrade Fiesta or Armour's Star. Fully Cooked C @ ! HAMS, Boneless, lb..... GA--O'/. oz. kg. Chop .... POTATO CHIPS 59c Rib Veal s, Ib ...... 79c . . . . .. ! Veal Round or Sirloin, lb. . . 89c IGA Xtra Rich--Quart JIl'lF 5/. OZ. Select Pitted or 7 oz. Xtra Large MAYONNAISE . . . . . . q/C Wyandotte /I / JIId RIPE OLIVES...... Z/qYC i JUNNY JiM JELLIES I Kraft Miniature--lOV oz.  [ Apple, Grape, Huckleberry, Mint J MARSHMALLOWS . . . . ZYC [ o. ,x .u,, i 4 o oz. Tumblers .._ 89c CREAM CHEESE...... YC IGA Fancy Whole Kernel Corn--or PIt/  FRESH CHRISTMAS PRODUCE PEAS, 17 oz........ 3/qVC Florida Tangerines, Ib .... 10c Swiss Miss Pumpkin o, Mince " 0/1 Crisp Pascal Celery, lb. .... 7c FROZEN PIES .......o/4)1. Calif. Red Ripe Tomatoes, lb. 27 Fancy Assorted  MIXED NUTS, lb....., qYC Choice Cranberries, 2-lb. bagS 49c --NO PEANUTS-- THIS STORE CLOSED MONDAY. DECEMBER 26 Table Supply 65 - PHONE- 66 SUPERMARKET FREE DELIVERY TWICE DAIt, Y: