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News |y Katherine Holl oway ICERS HAVE ATTENDANCE grange met Fri- with all officers coming year in their Evelyn Willm, s&apos; name for the lecturers but she was not pros- receive it. The lecturers met on Wednesday at the :home of Edna lecturer. The pro- for the yea was set up surprise number on the each time. This group meet each quarter. At- were Ollie Henng, tIodznagel, Micky Mor- with Evelyn Willms, un- to tend. Members fold- on Tuesday. A has been set for evening ,at 8 o'clock the Clarerme Hennings Walter and Henry Ros- serving. On Surday eve- the Claude Garrmrs took new members, Bill Grub ry Darryl Co,swell, to Mer- ,g to receive their first +second degrees. winter j --------- Lple prec[LEy S HAVE PARTY ,s of illne r" and Mrs. Royal Conley hosts to a pinochle part e chart  home on Saturday eve- 1057  Attending were Mr. and Ly redueea: Ken Cordesr of Cheney, s manufa{dr?rlsioJ',hnKnLbish,Mr s. :mulas alu  y pp, , . ibed b y ! osen, au, Hemsr and  al- u b 1 i c I Dr. ,and Mrs. Eugene Wy- sently ea y and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. the A g on Hodgson, Mr. and Mrs. :evalent I ,oertau aqd Roy and Mr. and of # Mrs. Leo H,orlzagel. High aown to past. 's were taken by Anna eral Lut son and WaRer Rosenau, Jrges the! by Marina Wyborey and )eeially I 1 Knapp with Leo IIlz- has rel [ getting the traveling t the car{ over for hose over vsccinat I  CONT---R' people, ING ATTENDED nay be! tosd from tls area attend- he weed cono meeting IPhusday at the Spokane s. Alqaerty CurlJhouse were Art ent tq eson, Frank Self ridge o JeP.s Rasmusso. MENTIONS Private First Class J. Kulhn, son of Mr. William F. Kuhn, Rt. returned fram an I tour f duty with the Divizian in Oki- L Prank Sefrid,ges were visitors t e t-by- 'home ear Gnd On Sunday P Sol- visited in Coulee Dam and Mrs. Roy Rankin. Perhallurick of Moses -d on Tuesday with ,rM the Moar- visi*tors at .the Gor- h'eme were Mr. Buzz Gerrnain and and the arhnd Bar- and Mrs. Doaglas. and Mrs. A1 Wfllms had rmer guests on the Richard Mankes. they visited with and Armie Plocker. guests were Mr. Wilims and of tour I,akes evemng sitor ame. On dinner guests were and Mrs. Don Hilton and Spokane. Mr. and Csir and George thegn in the after- a visit. On Saturday the McOourins and with the Emi! and on Sunday the returned the visit. evenin visitors were tiff gaiand Mrs DonLambert of infe.cl]ley.. " nd'oc]aYk, nor guests a the ,o %. 'crran home were Mr e ea.o, Vb,- - ' ". ndrew Pille and Mary Ellen Hay- and Kathe- we.re dinner Tuesday ,at the in Spokane of Mil- r Reitmeier family evemng dirmer lb leitmeiers. evening they visit- ua Owens family at for an eveRing of Von Lehes had arid Friday over- Mr. and Mrs. of Filer, Idaho. afterrmon visitors Moiarty home Mrs. Jerry Pick- at the Fred John- week were and ehil- aim Oonme of Mos- Bleisner and Kum. On Fri- Kun family vis- Doug Jhn- Kuhn to rejoin 'his. group The Ku,hns arid the of Cheney the Ken- family visited are Bargains! Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner 140 ATTEND VISITATION There were 140 present at the first grange visi'tatin held in the Greenbluff grange hall Jan. 7. Central grange had charge f the program, "The Beverly Hill Billies." Inland granlge ex- empified one part of the grange floor work. Those attending from Wind- sol" were Master Dale Guest; past master Lawrence Char- neski; steward Emery Hewson Lecturer, Mrs. Bert Parshall chaplain, Nina H,bbs; execu- tive committemen, Adelaide Larsen, Mary Hewson, Mirchelle Olson and Leona Widner. Le- ona Widner ,has staed on her seventh consecuve year at- tending the Spokane county Pomorm grarge visitations. A revord s flied on each visitation and the Free Press has printed news of each one in the Windsor column. FOUR SPEAK AT GREENBLUFF Ray Ohristensen, Dwight Beach, Andy Fisher and Frank Winser were speakers a the Green.bluff grange meeting. Mabel Johnston, Pomona lec- turer, told of th', year's visi- tation contest rules. A master counts 10 points, each officer five ,points and other members one point each. he mase whose grange ,has `the mst )oints at the end of the 11 visitations, will be ho,ored at the July Pore(mR meeting. A gift will be presented to the grange he represen,. 10 VISIT MORAN Ten Windsor grange mem- bers went to Mora grange last Sa`turday evening when the Moran youth drill team ex- emplified the first and second degrees of the grange. Those taking ,the first and second degrees from Windsor grange were the 'Tuke brother and sister and Aia,n Mrasch. Oth- ers ttending the meetivdg i from Windsor were Dale Guest, Lawrence Charneski, Jim arid Lanrei Pa,t.rson, Mrs. Alan iMorasch, Mrs. Be Par- sh.atl and her mother. CARD PARTY ATTENDED Adelaide Larsen, Myrtle Smi*h and Mr. and ,Mrs. Guy H'annu, m attended the card paty hst Saturday evening at East Spokane gavge. Guy Hmm[m wen first lriz. PERSONAL0000-00IOSS Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Kam- pa, Jerry ,and hackle attended the "Twelfth Night larty" at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Lgscher last Saturday night Sixteen a,d.u.l' and 22 c.hitch'en took part. The. trees from various homes were light- led by Santa Claus, Jerry Kam- pa. The pary was for Ohildren. Instead of ,the Tweth Nih cake the hostess, Mrs. Litscler cormealed a pea ,and bean ir gum drops. Diarme Fay found the pea and was ,the queen. Scott Hammocks discovered the bea,r and was . The two were crowned, dsed in robes, given scepters and seat- ed in chairs for thrones. They had the privilege of cosing their court, conferred titles on them in kreepirtg with those of the middle ages when when Twelfth Night festivities were created. WINDSOR BRIEFS Hazel Flowers of Sprague visited in Cheney la,st Satur- day. Mrs. Mabel Wayne enr- tain ed at dinner las Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. 5co Buergel of Resalia, Mr. and Mrs. Fank lorgion.e and Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred Wayne and son Mike of Spokane. Mrs. Bertha Bailey, sister of Mrs. Daisy Hicks, has return- ed lmne after a three weeks visit with Mrs. Hicks. En route to her home in Edmonton, Canada, she will visit relatives in Se,atle aI Vancouver, B. C. Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Daniels 'and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rupp were Coeur d'Alene visitors Saturday. Mr. :and Mrs. Herb Delzer entertained at a family b'neh- day dinner or their son Mike n his third ,birthday. Mrs. Mamie Mason :had as dinner guests las Snday Mrs. Jim IAewellyn of Wilbur and Mr. and Mrs. W. Ernbler of Iavrington. DECALS--,ong lasting Duro decals. Letters and figures from inch to 3 inch. Free Press office. Tyler News Mrs. Lethe Plotts CHARLES LOBAUGH RITES AT SPOKANE Grave side services were held for Charles Lobaugh, a long time resident of Tyler, at the Spokane Memorial Gardens Monday at 1:30 p. m. Mr. LobauKh died Jan. 9 at Grandview where he had made his home since the death of his wife some years ago. He was section foreman on the Northern Pacific ailroad in Tyler many years, was a member of the Tyler School board and a trustee of the Community Church at Tyler at different times:. He is .survived by four daughters, 12 grandchildren and 22 great-grandcMlden. PERSONAL MENTIONS Tom Pltts left Sunday eveng by train for Seattle for induction in the Navy. From there he will go to San Diego for training. Mr. and Mrs. Marming Plo*ts from Chewelah visited his family, Mr. and Mrs. Rezeau Pl,ots, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Plotts Sr. went with them. Mr. and Mrs. John Ham and Sue and Kay and Mrs. Potts Sr. dined with Mrs. Grace : Mickelsor and Los Brown Sun- day. Sue Ham was absent from school rn,st ,of the week wth flu. Mrs. Johnnie Brawn visited Mrs. Emma Brown in Ritzvflle Wednesday and found her much improved. The LeRoy Jackson faintly and Mrs. R. L. Jackson were dinner guests at ,the Gene Jackson home in Spokane Sun- day. The Everett Retter family of Spokane were visitors at the Arlie Ablema and LeRoy Jackson ,homes Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Keith had dinner with their sns, the Ottos, in l%st Falls Satur- day. Joseph LanKly of Umatilla, Ore., spent the weekend with the Stengles. He and Mrs. Stene attended grade sVhool together. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ira Shed are attending a Grange tnmirance corventdon at Boise  week. They and the Bob Shes. vis- ited the Don Shes at Nampa, Id,a'ho, Friday. Spangle News By Virginla M. Strock SHIRLEY JORDAN WEDS JOHN STENTZ Miss Shirley ordan, Spo- kane, became ere bride of JoLm F. Stentz at a shnple double ring ceremom/ per- : formed by Judge James B. Mc- Inturff on Jan. 8. The bride wore a Wte and silver baller- ina le,ntgh dress featuring a chiffon shoulder panel. Red roses were won by the bride and her attendant, Mrs. Dave : Jordan. Those attexdirg `the cere- mony were the groom's moh- er, Mrs. MMvin Stentz, Me. and Mrs. Elvin Fricke, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stentz :and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Jordan. The young couple will make their home .at Spangle. PERSONAL MENTIONS Chet Harrintgton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harrington, has recently campleted a course of barber's .a'aining. He has received his lieense from !the s`tate licensing board, hav- ing received the lighest grade in the written examination of any applican in the past 10 years. He is now employed in a barber shop at Argonne Vil- lage. ! The Francis Splichal fam- ily entertained several groups of friends and relatives at their borne foltoing their re- cent trip to Califarnia. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Choquete, Spokane, n Jan. 4; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hames, Lee and Linda, Rosalia, the same afternoon, as were Mrs. B etie Th<)msen and Eric, also of R, osalia. Thursday eve- ning dinner guests at the Spit. chal's were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Decker, Amber. The Splichals were dinner guests n Sunday of the Haines family in Roslia. During their trip to Calff- orma to visit Mrs. SpRchai's parents, the Loepers, they also visited with her niece and am- ily, Mr..and Mrs. Vmce Gon- zales at Reno, Nee., and the elder Splichals and Mr. Loop- er were in Reno one evening while the childrem stayed with their grandmother .al Walu,t Creek. The Splichais also visited Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. CHENEY with her brother, E. R. Looper, and family, of Canco'd, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. lo Green ad children, B ormie and Donme, and Ed Strock were Sunday dinner guests at the Gordon Green home in Spokane, the occasion being Joarme Green's birthday. Mrs. Stroek remain- ed at home, being ill with the flu. Harry Konshuk has re`turned home after 10 days at Deacon- ess hospital where he under- worst ,treatment fox" a king in- fection and tets arid treat- ment f, or a heart c<mdition. Mrs. Norton Je,nnings suf- fered a cracked rib Thursday when she fell on. a slippery ]spot on a floor she was mop- i . plrg. She required medical ,treatment aRd some ping and will be sore for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Flay Harrington has been fll with flu for the past week and is unable to work ar t her job in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Grdon Crab- tree were Sunday guests at the Sterling Fri`tcbanan home in Spokane to .help Mrs. Fivtch- man celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Jahv_sn and farny enteaned Sun- day for his brother, Professor and irs. Richard J, ohnson, Pullman, their dangter Judy and her fiance, tkger Stmeelde, ] Co,fax, who are beth students .at EWSC. b-botball awards for 1963 were presented at a pep rally at Liberty High ast Tuesday. Eleven, n,.seniors, Mike Lloyd, [Jerry Clifford, Ala'" Keery, Nell Felgen!hauer, Jim Stem- mene, Dvain Wegner, Ralph Sunwold, Joel Cough, Mike Proff, Dick Martin and Jim Birchill, reeved ,awards and two other seniors, Start Delzer and Guy Williams, received manager awards. Underclassmen earning let- ters were Ed Young, J,o Bow- man, Richard Gbson, Ron Tee, Allen Reilly jtmiors, and Steve'Groth and,,, Steve Fulton, sophomores. A number of former teach- East (heney By Anna Phillips GRANGERS ENJOY CARDS There were rune gables of pinochle. The hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Harrhgton and Mrs. Esther Stelzer and two guests at East Cheney gra.ge hall last Saturday evening. John M. Babb and Mrs. Ches- ter Phillips were high prize winners. Low went to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brash; aveling prize to Mrs. Albert Babb and Dan MacQuarrie had the lucky number for door prize. The hosts served refreshments. SEVERAL ATTEND MEETING Ten members anal four par- e,rts attended the ast 4-H meeting. The 4-H'ers voted to have a bake sale Feb. 8 for a money raising project. Record books are to be checked at the February meeting. The leader, Mrs. Atbert Bbb, gave a talk on weeds and weed pressing Jan. 11. The home economics section of 4-H ,bold a meeting at `their leader's ,home, Mrs. Dick Camp. Gaffe Hendrieks and Janet Camp learned how to make potato soup. Linda Hardie, ors and their fanflies visited with friends m ,the Liberty school district du'mg Christ- mas vacation. Amor, g them were Mrs. Cliff Myron, Kirk arid Kathy, Toppenish, and Norman Kermedy, Entiat. Former teachers, the Slot- ted'DAis, living at Camas, be- came parents of ,their first child, a little girl, Renee, barn Dec. 11. Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. Grace Byers last Wed- nesday. Mrs. Byers presided, beirg the newly elected presi- dert of the group. Mrs. Bertha Hall is the new vice president. Secretary is Jeanne Green and treasurer is: Lmma Heimer, who hem `the same positions previously. Next meeting will be Jan. 22 ,at ,the lome af Mrs. Gerking. Friday, J aauazT 17, 1964 Chermy Free Press Page 3 Lance Hill By Luella Dow Mr. ,and Mrs. Murph Weid- rich were visitors Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Dar- rel BAck visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and children this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrsen, Lisa and Vic- tor vted Mr. ,and Mrs. Jerry An.derse ,and family Surday !evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mowatt and Kimberty of Spokane were Karen Dobbins, Judy Bbb and Carolyn Camp teoamed some new methods in sewing. Doro- thy Hendricks and Flora-Belie Dobbins also were .present. Judy Babb, Oaxyn and Janet Camp served refreshments at the 4-H meeting. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. John Labish, Raymond, Wly a,nd Joarme; Mr. and Mrs. Do, Null)h, Shar- on, Wranda, Charlene and Lar- ry of Pos PL, Idaho; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lahish, Joyce, Jimmie arid Jennifer and mother, Mrs. Anna Lbish, of Mt. Hope, all gathered at the home of Mr. mad Mrs. Tom Labish and family last Sunday. Mother Labish is vis- iting the families for a fw days,. dinner guests Sunday of lVr. ,and Mrs. Ottx) Sehmitt. The oc- casion was a "birthday cele- bration for SChrm'L Mrs. Alvin Dow visRed her sister, Mrs. Marvin Schroeder, in Spokane Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Albey Dow of Hay- den Lake ca,lled on the Alvin family Sunday. Mr. a,nl Mrs. Elmer Tiedt visited Mrs. Ka.therh-m Wegele in Spokane Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry FraRz vsited Mr. and Mrs. C. E. CorIey at Elk Tuesday. Wed- nesdy the Franzes called on Mrs. ClIote Wil -ns. Miss Franc Mason visited the Hem'y Franzes Thtwsday afternoon. Thursday eveng visitors were Mr. anti Mrs. Jolm Lou- than and Mr. ,and Mrs. Daryl Franz. Mr. C. E. Coa'ley of Elk was a Fi'iday night tmuse guest at the Fra.z home. Mr. Mrs. Henry Franz stayed over- nig at the Blk home of the Corleys Saturday nigh. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Fr az heped with ,the chos While their parents were gone. Mrs. C. E. Cor}ey is hospia._tized in Spo- kane with a circulatory dis- order t ths wrRing. Mrs. Stanley Homlricks vis- i'ted Mrs. Waltace Dr Friday morning. Check the classified columns. Goodwill Industries EMPLOYS THE HANDICAPPED "Have you ever wondered what you would do if you could not get a lob due to some handicap. Today 12S handicapped folks, Inland Empire people, working at Goodwill faced this problem. Your repairable di$ard$ of clothing and household items gave them an answer. Send all repalrable items to Goodwill where they help to do the most for people  handicapped peop|e." CALL MRS. VIOLET SHARPE, BE S.6608 FOR A TRUCK PICKUP. Seattle-F, rst National Bank MORE THAN 1OO OFFICES THROUGHOUT WASHINOTON STATE I I I I I I IIIIIII STATEMENT OF CONDITION RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks ........ United StatesGovernmentSecurities... , . State and Municipal Securities. . . . . . , Other Bonds and Securities ....... . Sub-Total .......... Loans and Discounts .... ,, ..... Federal Reserve Bank Stock ....... Bank Buildings, Vaults, Furniture and Fixtures, etc. Interest Earned Not Received, etc ...... Customers' Liability Under Letters of Credit and Acceptances ...... , . TOTAL RESOURCES ....... December 31, I963 December 31, 1962 .... $ 211,143,266 $ 245,944,934 , . . 234,274,990 269,246,314 .... 101,687,844 88,655,209 .... 8,852,578 14,439,661 .... $ 555,958,679 $ 618,286,120 .... $ 669,247,082 $ 587,740,544 .... 1,950,000 1,950,000 .... 18,313,263 16,874,084 .... 6,696,341 6,352,307 , , , 14,658,725 10,498,509 , , , $1,266,824,093 $1,241,701,565 f LIABILITIES Capital Stock ................ Surplus ....... , .......... Undivided Profits ......... , , .... Sub-Total .............. Federal Funds Purchased ............ Reserve for Interest, Taxes, etC ........... Discount Collected Not Earned .......... Letters of Credit and Acceptances ......... Deposits ................. TOTAL LIABILITIES .......... DIRECTORS LAWRENCE M, ARNOLD Honorarg Chairman' WELLW00D E. BEALL Senior Vice President, The, Boeing Company ROBERT S. BEAUPRE PreBdent HENRY BRODERICK President, Henry Broderick, Inc. FRANK H. BROWNELL, JR. Seattle NORTON CLAPP President, Weyerhaeuser Company O. D. FISHER Chairman, Fisher Flouring Mills Co, CHAPIN HENRY President, If. C, Henry Inveament Co. WILLIAM M. JENKINS Chairman FRANK E. JEROME Vice Chairman RICHARD E, LANG Chairman, Lank 6r Co. ANSON B. MOODY Everef* -I; 27,400,000 $ 27,400,000 37,600,000 37,600,000 36,587,898 31,312,960 $ 101,587,898 $ 96,312,960 $ 7,000,000 $ -- 8,520,771 9,041,644 9,635,051 8,621,182 14,658,725 10,498,509 1,125,421,646 1,117,227,269 $1,266,824,093 $1,241,701,565 CHARLES M. PlfiOTT Executive Vice President, Pacific Car and Foundry CO. W. G. REED Chairman, Simpson Timber Co. VOLNEY RICHMOND, JR. President, Northern Commercial Co. CHARLES O. SAUNDERS Chairman, Executive Committee ADOLPH D. SCHMIDT, JR. Chairman, Olympia Brewing Co. WILBUR W. SCRUBY Seattle ALFRED SHEMANSKI President, Eastern Outfitting Co. WALTER W. STRALEY President, Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Company WILLIAM S. STREET President, United Pacific Corp. J, A. SWALwELL Seattle GEORGE VAN WATERS tlonorary Chairman, Van Waters & Rogers, Inc. KATHERYN WILSON Inve#ments Seattle.First National Bank CHENEY BRANCH .... $5,000,357.85