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fices i Four Lakes datl. I By Lenard Mace _=;nt&apos;s  RI 7-7606 sn, ANGE NEWS age tFour Lakes Grange met Fri-  night with Espanola nge as guests. Installation held for both granges. re were about 50 member's ent. Next meeting is Jan. ith Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. meier and Mr. and Mrs. V. Reitmeier on the sup- committee. _trange auxiliary will 00eet he home o,f Mrs. Rtssell ice at 11 a. m. Ja:m 21. Main h will be served by .the hos- and the rest is to be pot- . Any Four Lakes Gr.ange who would like to join the liary will be welcome at eeting or call Mrs. Rus- ace. Also anyone inter- ed in joining grange may ! Mrs. Mace at RI 7-7606. RSONAL MENTIONS TO witl meet at 8 p. m. Jan. h at the school. If s,c:hool is ed due to bad weaLher, the @ meeting will be cancelled. |. H. C)ffman of Medical /m e, Mrs. Keith Powell ad 1 Maude Powell were cal]- of Mrs. Kirkpatrick last i prestdent; Ivan Calvert, secre- tary-treasurer. Keith Cum- mings was elected as a board member with Fred Sooy and Bob Scroggie bold over me'm- hers. The club will participate in the Spokesman Review trap shoot tournament starting Jan. 17. Mrs. Anita Fitzsimmons is doing substitute to,aching for the lower room at Amber school irt the ,absence of the reguhr to.a char, Mrs. Virginia Schons who had surged dur- ing vacation. E. E. Roberts of Yakima was a Thursday luncheon guest at the N. A. Cordill home. Mrs. Robert McKinley, Mike and Brenda were Thursday af- ternoon guests o,f her sister and new baby, Mrs. Peter O'- IaugMin and Shelly of Rear- d'an. Enjoying di:nner at the Mel- vin Marsh home Thursday were Mrs. Josie Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ma.rs,h and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Rietz and family were Mr. and Mrs. Thayne Carmen and family of Daverport. Johrmy Jordan was the guest o,f h.ontor at a birthd,a dinner Sunday given by his grnd- k. mother, Mrs. Marl'on Bah" of iusv Fi ...... A  . m _^, Cheney. Other guests included kY-,*so -,,, ), Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan :,e vzaee n, ome Jan. lu aJJennifer'ClarkdandJ''Mrs. Harve Jot anand |r. and Mrs Sid Lars,on I Mr-' '?i .... . .'a..._, ,-Z." -n !e Saturda- e,,,,, ,i,,,,,. I . vv nner ,xmwc,, o,, ,,,  .......  ........ [ Beth. :0 ts ':nM?anldy MI?gDTell I Nelson Cordi}l, Jr. has been nLe Canning. fr'a whi rs. Helen Burgess of Deer e was a Monday night call- Mr: .arid Mrs. Don Lambert, irtd dinner guest af Mr. and Jill and Chuck visited friends i. Cody Sanderfer. Satur- arid rel.atives in Colfax Sun- .guests rOf Mr. and Mrs. dajr" --"lY Standever were Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Wlliam Good- ____tanderfer ,and Frank Al. win, Dave ,and A,nmie were --F. arid Mrs. tots Earls- Sunday visitors of Mr.. nd Mrs. i,t .arid family nd Mr. a'nd J.ohn H. Harris and sos. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mean- ' DFe. Standerfer ad family . nay evening callers at [Jerry Lavon e. iv..and Mrs. Virgil Beaker "U family of Mohler were Iday dnnr guests of Mr. Mrs. Del Standefer ad ily. today dirmer guests at ttm Wilx ,home were Koran ins, Fred Swan and Mr. '. and Mm. Frank Rogers pokane were Me,May ater- , eallers,, and dinner guests rs. Crreteben Mesr. 'il 5erase wavmilg with pot- dinner ws 'held at the home of Mr. and M. E. IS age rtear Silver Lake. rt were Mr. nd Ma-s. Bob ,eitnmier ,a.nd Ke, Mr. and R'obert R. Retmeier and a, Mr. and Mrs. Rbert C e t an'd Clarence, Mr. and Kenneth Broyles, Mr. and W. Klug, arid Mr. and Mrs. n Pecker. i r i Amber News i Mrs, N. A. Cordill '. an'd Mrs. Herald Reed, Peter rDeWral, Pete, Jr., Kathy, Mrs. Ed G.rimn a,d Mary Aslcoh attended "mstalhtion ceremonies of [ Masonic Lmlge No 234 rday evening in Spoicane. ene Egbert who is a lmr4n-law of Mr. d Mrs. WZS installed as Master Id, ge. Pete, Jr. and Y havded ut the pro- s While Sm Egbert played f ral pi+an selections. nber Grange will meet Jn. t 8p. m. nbev gun club held its an- .meeting Su,nday wRh the wing fficers e ieed or coming ye: Bob Harris, [dent; Dick Jordan, vice !Directory .OOR SANDING hr sanding and fin- i 30 years experience. Y Anderson, E. 1409 tral, Spokane, HUdson | 71. lip out for future refer- e. A.7-O.30 ty Dry Cleaners ANING PRESSING i ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE _FI RST 235-4732 B. Electric JSONALIZED SERVICE ] Wiring t. Heat, Motors, Pumps , Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVIE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-410 EDGETT BROS. ley, Mike atd Brenda were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J',n @oodwin and sons. 'Mrs. @halotte W, fl, tiavns of Cheney and Mrs. Jan Krmdt- sn, Grog, Jeff and Rom of Spokane were Suzda guests of Miss Franc Mason. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordill, An and Nels were pleastmCtly surised Sunchy tening with a lelmrm call  her brotler and family, Mr. and hs. ,Rohert Hell of .Mavissa, Ill. Mrs. Edwi, r Dummeier is now visiti,ng ,at Mysen, Norway with the Olaf Myse family, Wlm ,are relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Belsby a, nd who visited here several years alo. She reports .having, a wonder- ful trip. Tyler News By Wanda Stengle Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea at- tended the funeral of Mrs. Pal- mer W, agner of Gvfield at 2 ). m. last Wednesday. Tyler firemen's annual ia.rce will be hel*d Saturday, spite of rain, sleet or snow. Mr. ,arid Mrs. Ira Shea at- tended the Four Lakes grange In,st Friday night for instal,la- !tion for the Espnola and Four Lake Granges.-', Because of bad road conditions Tyler Grangers were urable to attend. This Monday rn:iht Mr. and 3,Irs. John Ham will be at the Eastern Slar Masonic Social Hmr hetd at the Masonic Itatl in Chancy. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Iteize,r of Camas, spent the weekend as ue,sts of Mr. and Mrs. Jo,hn Ham. They attenderd the funer- ,I of Mrs. tleizer's mother, Mrs. Cassio Briner of Chancy, which was held this Monday afternoon. Mrs. Vernon Mor- g, an flew from Camas Suncl,ay. ::;he was a guest .o,f the Elmer Harris family. John Ham and Elmer Ilarris were pall bear- ors. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris and their daughter Donna were Sunday dinner guests. Yrs. Edna Albertson of Van- couver was a frequent visitor during the weekend also. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Ableman had Mrs. Wes Ablem,an 'as sup- or also. The Jack Bro+vn. family at- tended the basketball ame played by Edwall and Sprague at Edwall ]rat Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Brown, Mrs. Grace Miehaelson and M, rs. Les Brown drove to Ritz- ville last Sunday to at,1 on Mrs. Emma Brown, wh) is re- sidirg in a rest lme there. J. P. B'own has been ill since last Thursday with an in- fection. Mrs. Polly Ableman cal-d on her sister, Mrs. Emily Cable, last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peter- son were Sunday caUers of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Glffiders. Mr. and Mrs. Jom Manrer and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brayles of Edwall went out for Satur- day niglt supper. Mrs. Anita Maurer and Mrs. Donna Jones and d,ahter Rlmnda were guests f the Donald Maurers of Dvenp<rt over the weekend. Last Friday Mr. and Mrs Clarence Kartchner were in Sprague on business. Mrs. Goldie Kartctmer drove to Spolane Saturday for a meeti'ng of ,the LDS Relief So- ciety. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shea were dnor guests of her aunt avid u,ncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gustafson; of Spokane last ,lun. 16 at Ch, eney city lall. East ..,. ,.r=n=- Mu,sic will be by the Tyler  band. Dance will be held in By Anna Phillips r. and Mrs. ttar Smick of Craigmront, Id'.h, spent one evening .In,st week with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown and also calle'd on same of their other old time friends. Mrs. Mabel Allard of Lewis- ton spent a few days a:st week with her sister, Mrs. Harry 1tampton, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Itampton and family of S,po- kane were weekend visd.tors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry ttampton. Mr, and Mrs. Joe Labis:h vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Louie Franz last Sunday even, ing. Mrs. Esther Stelze'r a;nd son Darrell Stlzer called on Anna Phillips one even, in g last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baird spent l, ast Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillip. and Johnny. Span,00ie 00tew00, By Jonne Green CALIFORNIA VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Francis Splieh- al and Carol Ann, Diane and Jerry returned January 2 after flying to Walnut Creek, Calif. per guest Monday. Mrs. Able- to spend he holidays with Mrs. man retuTned from Spo,kane Spliehal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. on the evening bus. Was Able- W. H. Looper and hey brother, man is walking now and will Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Looper and be return, ing home soon. Lloyd family of Concord, C*alif. Ableman was an evening visit- L:mstmas weekend guests also ,of Mr. and Mrs. Lo,epe,r we,e Mr. and Mrs. Vince Gonzales and Terry of Reno, Nev. Mrs. Gonzales is Mrs. Splichal's niece. The Prancis Splch,al family were +lucky enough be able to ,relurn t'o Spvk,ae be0ause of road clasres fur- thor south and then were able to get reseruations to fly down on Christmas day and surprise her parents. The Spangle Ladies A.id met at the home of Grace Byers with Pauline Rohwer as co- heiress. The gvo,p was very happy to have M. Yule, Mrs. Iansen, Mrs. HutcN,'san and Mrs. Rohwev ,as guests. The next meeting will be a the home ,of Rub Hat with Mary Brewe assisting on Jan. 20. Germ BraSh undea'wet sur- gery last week. He is regretted oing tne. He is in Sacred IIeart h-pital. Ben Gerking left lst week durin,g the past week, because toad conditions made it diffi- cult to go back and frth to work. She returned this week- end. Jack Brown dou,ble-lank- ed the roads so in case of se- !vere winds, dviiting snow )uld n'ot be such a threat. l for Tavoma to :be width ,his sis-I Friday, January 15, 1965 'tar. She s quite ill but report-[ -- ed some improved since he ar- I rived here. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helmer were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. a,nd Mrs. Jack Rigsby of Spokane. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Goa - d,on Green and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Atkinson, Fank, Rck and John, all of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sro,ck :and Mr. and Mrs. Ronme Green, Bonnie, Donnie and Lonnie were Sunday dinner guest.s at i the home of Mr..and Mrs. James Foster o,f Spokane. The dinn.or was in celebration of Mrs. Strock's birthday. Little Doanie Mangis was rushed to Deaconess' h,oslit;al after :taking ,a number of baby aspirins. He is now }n fine shape ,and hi.s parents are thankful. Mr. ,and Mrs. Gordon Ca,b- tree, Robin, Rene and Donna were Sunday dinner gues.ts of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Firch- ma:n of Spokane. Mrs. Verla Rigsby and Kath- ryn of Spolane visited with Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helmet and Roy Mill last Friday. Mrs. Nanny Jennings has been taken to Den,con,ass h, ospi- tal for treatment of her legs. She would like to bear fro,m her friends. Mrs. John Honcihuruk las returned to her home in Ah, meda, Calif. She tta,d spent time with her parents, Mr. and ..... Mrs. Otto Bliesner, v0hile her husband was t sea. Mr. and ilrs. Hugh ttiart and Mrs. Cecelia Burns attended the I-hriem Globe Trotters bas- ketball game Sunday. After the game they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whittner and family. Bob Hall of Grret Falls, Mont., flew into Spolne last Thursday on, business. Wh$1e here he visRed Mr. and M. Ted Ma.ntz of Spokane, his mother, Mrs. Bertha Hall and the Phil Hall family. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Matz were. Sarday }u,neheon guests at the .hme of Mrs. Bertha t*all. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dee,ker were Sunday dirmor 'guests of the Fra, ne's Sphcbal family. Probably the best remedy for anger is delay. tCURE MORE g GIVE MORE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY Cheney Free Press Our Best Wishes For a Successful Future with your newest Eating House The Red Barn Wagner Electric E. 1518 Francis Ave. Spokane HU 9-3703 Congratulations On Opening The Red Barn Eating House Cheney's Newest Restaurant Pete the Painter INTERIOR DECORATING AND ZOLATONING DONE BY "PETE" CHENEY, RT. I Mor, day night. Mrs. Sharon She was a Fri- day visitor of Mrs. Carmen Ha,sse of Cheney.,,, Congratulations. Jim Mrs. Don McMilian visited Suday 'at the home' of Mrs. Hank Konsh, uk and sons. A Monday visitor was Ma'. Steph- I en H. Wise of Cheney. on your latest Business Venture CHENEY Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with All Standard 0il Products SPECIALIZING IN HEATING OILS AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor 235-6378 Prosperity and Success with your new restaurant The Red Barn Eating House H 20 Mec ha n ical Contractors 326 E. LONGFELLOW SPOKANE, WASH. RONNIE EMERSON 226 LONGFELLOW Opening of The Red Barn Bob Wilson Page 3 235-6521