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indsor News rE. James Widner POMONA GRANGE e county Pomona met in the Valley e grange 4hall hst Satur- [] [with 128 grangers in at- ____yLnce. Wylie Brown gave a -- on .taxation. .rious cletter of resignaltion ws ,ther year arLd aeeepled from Pat I S;, Jo due to illness. Hattie 6th St.  was elected to fill out y, Wash.: Cain's term of office. 4e fifth degree team ex- ;t: . M he degree in the eve- rials e e lO1" five candidates. 'ith the  grange mortuary corn- y of the e elected Joe Mickus, school  Robbins and Linus Pet- . 11 payp to the board of trus- doctors  ),l boarapra Mattausch, home ec- ajoritycs chairman, was absenl a,bou,t so ,a bl'ood clo in her leg. I lems indiiam Hankel, Pomona [ , Dr. ,La chairman, gave a re-I ust abo0n the contests for the] ing t'he jge youth. Ralph Bl*askow-[ ) do---evma,ser of Moran grange, he loud a report on the grange e minoviVJ]ese. ere were four Windsor lee R. 2AalJ*'ed members presen,t: )okane 2,1 . Larsen, Leon Wid,ner Mrs Jo Lawrence Charneski. hope sV-g ohers attending were press ,he nd Mrs. Charlie Porter, time Pa e Anderson and Mary ncn .isf n. m,e,mSpokan:e county Paine- announced that D. Nevsom, master grange, and A. master of Wash- State grange, will be at a special meeting n the Moran grange meetirg will be the public. :ERENCE SCHEDULE 3 .a 8 p. m. n the grange :hM1 state Rolet O h,l'son grange secretary a conference meet- Spokane county grange arm secretaries. ATTRACTS were 140 grangers at the second grange feltows,h, ip tour last eveng in the gva,ge hal'l. The was exevapl.ffied by grange. Ease Spa- had charge of the "Grouch, o Marx." isitation meeting 'in te Wavealy this Friday with ovk and Me- program. DATES CHANGED ,age  hid 'meeting in Februa . 12, t 8 p. m. This or he mbnh of Feb- lue to fellowship on both of the dates. Wexhan, Wind- Imme ec,o,mis wi ha,re a meet'rag 5an. 28 starting m. or Windsor to exphin the ecormn,cs conests and other projects or the were 19 Windsor present .at meeting. Master Dale he names of Iris for the year. oxt.d Emery Hewso,n roofing ,on ,the Wiad- hal last Saturday. had blown off the The me,n, siaid they in the cold wind. NGER WIN---$45 Ergel, member o. won $45 Men- the arswer to on 'the "Money Man" The answer grange wi] be the in March. had 10 tab- play a't the last in charge of are Mr. and and Mr. and Connolley. LLS =IELD district was Thrsd,ay with death of Mayfie, a f' Ha3ffard. was held Mon- a Riverside ved by his wife, son, Don,aid; six Me2inda, l a ,tmrne, Heather and Spokane; David- O. T. May- and Will- ; Galen a,nd Arth- n Australia, and an,e Miner, Spo- were Toby May- Earl D,e R onnie arid Dorsey.  S Write lt;lrS. Emmett Lam- a of Y0hdav''::ea at a surprise umner . r call yo('fo r M,. .last Wednes. .. e pre-;i 'l,oa Smith. line tt were Mrs R C ER SOCI , Mrs Dais- "-" !" : ' y I-liCKS, Mr. Helen Hayes Cooks A 'Glamorous' Casserole The First Lady of the American Theatre, Helen Hayes, is also a devoted March of Dimes volunteer. Here's her recipe for a hearty casserole which a Marching Mother can prepare ahead of time for her family to enjoy while she's working in the fight against birth defects, arthritis and polio: *. Roast enough chicken for four people in 3550 oven for 40 rain., or until brown. This can b (.one several hours or a day ahead of tim., :'.nd refrigerated. Do not leave cooked chickc:: ' ;ting on top of stove for several hours. Ec- ,:igerate until needed. .: .: =.t before you leave the house, take cold ran: ; chicken out of refrigerator, put in casserole. Add one package of frozen peas, and one reed. (,r lg. can peeled potatoes, along with liquid in he potato can. ' ..dd salt, pepper, a little thyme or other herbs. : .-d:i two tablespoons butter or margarine. :. ! y:u want to, add one can onions or one ca l 'ASh!'ooIns. % Cover. Instruct Poppa to bake this in moderaie oven (about 400 ) for about . hour, or until Fas ae done and el;icken is thoroughly healed. ". ,Se.'ve with salad and ;ol1':.. Amber News By Jennifer Jordan HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- Spanish 'ice, peas and carrots, .bread and butter, ice cream and milk. Tueschy  Vegeble and pork cassarole, cabbage and pineappIe salad,,l hot rolls and buter, lemon pudding, mi'lk. Wecnesday -- loast turkey, dressing arm garry, gl!azed sweet potatoes, celery, bread and butter, pears, milk. Thurs6ay -- Cl@liburgers, fruit salad, carrot sticks:, choc- olate cake, milk. Friday -- Creamed pota- toes, ,hot pork sandwiches, green beans; fruited jelle, milk. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Riecz and family were Surday al/e.rs ef Mr. and Mrs. Art Knauft of Spokane. Mrs. B}rma Dummeier spent last weekend in Spokane visit- ing Mrs. A. C. Weaver. Mrs. Dummeier attended the stock holders meeting of the Putman b,ank last Thursd:ay. Ed Betz returned h,ome from Deaconess Hospital Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mil:ler [ . :and grls were Sulnday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Gerd,on Miller i and family. , NelSon Cordil,1 Jr. was a weekend guest of John Jordan. i Sun6ay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Hend,ricks were Mr. arid Mrs. Glen Bes, Glom na, Connie and Frank. Other arm .Mrs. Mike Arn, oldo, Mar garet Knight, John and C harie Fritz, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mukai, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sheniga, Mrs. Smith and the Iampas. Mrs. Emmett Kampa fe,ll on ce ast=, weekend, ,hurting her, back. She was ken to the hospital, i,' ,for X-rays. No bones were broken but she will be in bed for a few days. Mrs. Fred Swansonn, 1 Stay with ,her during the day for a while. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hewson visi, ted their son-in4aw anid daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lyl.e Kj,ack near Malden lust Wed- nesday. guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Camp. Mrs. Dtanmeier was a lri- day 1,unche,on guest of Mrs. Irene Moss. Mr. and Mrs. Deemer Fizner and family wexe Sturday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. ordon Mier. edical 0014irror PAPANICOLAOU TEST FOR CANCER Q. /ould you please dis. cuss the Pap. or smear test /or cancer? A. In its earliest stage of de- velopment, cancer of the cer- vix (neck of the womb) seems to be confined to surface tis- sue for some time (months, perhaps, but not years) be- fore it penetrates into deeper structures. The best chance for cure is during the earl;, surface stage. Several tests can be used to detect trouble early, one of which is the Papanicolaou or smear test. This test is based upon the fact that cancer cells are more loosely attached to one an- other than normal cells. They thus tend to shed more easily and, in cervical cancer, the abnormal cells tend to collect , I Four Lakes Lenard Mace--RI 7-7606 GRANGE AUXILIARY MEETS rarge auxiliary .met at the :home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- err Reitmeier. Presem were Mr. aad Mrs. Elarl Pen.dell (guests) Etta Goodn,er, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willms, Mr. and Mrs. John Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Reitmeer and son Kent, Mrs. Ray Dirks, Mrs. Robert Scott, Mrs,. Gretchen Moser, Mrs. Nick Haidy and Mrs. Russell Mace. A grange sponsored spa- ghoti dinner will ,be hem lat- er. Everyone drew for secret pal names. The auxiliary gained two new members. If anyone has .any MJB bands from coffee ,or the tops of the tins wih plastic lids ,and they don't want them the auxiliary would l,ike to collect them, also the hbles off instan,t MJB: coffee. The next meeting is to be held at the home of Mrs. Her- man Wfllms. The meeting was djourned by the president, Mrs. Gretchen Moser. Mrs. Mo- ser received the Seer prize. I -- BUSY FINGERS MEET [ Busy Firgers 4-H member [met :at the home of Debbie [Songaylo last Tuesday night. Goals for the year were dis- cussed by the members and additional gems ,are to be pre- serted at the nex,t meeting. Debbie Songaylo gave a d em- oastration on correct table setting, and Marcelh Miller gave a demonstrao on the steps involved in makirg a French seam. LIST OF BOYS WANTED Leon Barrick aad Orville Phillipson wou, ld like to :have a list ,of oil boys irteres,tl in Boy Scouts to .conct *hem. Call Leon Barrick: RI 7-1717, Orville Phillipson TE 8-8187. The minimum age limi:t is 11 years old. !SICK LIST GIVEN Get well wishes g out to these people who ,are on the sick list: Mrs. Sid Lars,on, Mrs. El, ain Canning, Mrs. Leona Bohm, Will Krkpa:ta'ick, and Aex Stamper. MEETING ATTENDED Dr. Richael M'zllex atCended a board meeting of the Was,h- irgton Optometric association in Seatt[e, Jan. 11-12. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. ,and Mr, s.  Barrick and family and Judy Moore at- tended the basketball ,game at Medical Lake Saturday night. My. and Mrs. Boats Earls- court and family wexe Fiday night visitors .of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Burger and amiy-mi at Dishman. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boots Ea-lseo,urt'1,, and family were Mr. ad Mrs. De] Standerfer and a, mily. Mr. aad Mrs. Orville Phillip- son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Phillipson, and Mrs. Marie Jones e.njo,yed dinner and slides of a ,trip to Tur- key at the home of Mrs. Tur- ner Dreher Sunday afterno Rick, Fred and Roger Good- win, grandsons of Mr. arid Mrs. Alex Stamper, are taking turn staying with Mrs. Stamper, hel, ping her wih the chores while Mr. Stamper is in the hospi'tal. Ricky Muzatko spent Men- day afternoo with Charlene and Mary Giffirg. George Aaderson of Rosalia son of Mrs. Wynstm, spent sev- eral days with the Wyntras. Mr. and Mrs. Herrry W3mstra visited Mrs. Pete Billesaeh a St. Lukes Hospitaa, Mrs. 'Hazel Anderson of Lindsay Hall and Bob Sanders at St. Lukes hos- li*M Ia Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Andrews and family of Kent are visit- ing Mr. Andrews' parents and Elaine Canning and Gretchen Moser. Spangle News By Virginia M. Strock Mrs. Irene Tuttle enjoyed a trip to Hawaii last week as a guest of her brother and sister-in4aw. They couldn't have picked a more opportuae time to escape the winter weather for such 'an enjoyable journey. Mrs.. Lorna Schieche was surprised with a birthday par- ty at he home of Mrs. Louise Sievers last Man, day, evening after their bowling team had returned from bowling. The following Thursday the same group ,and members of oher bowling teams joined for luncheon at a lasalia restau- rant. Fo[owing the meal the tables were el, eared and Mrs. Sievers was surprised with a: stork shower. Don't forget there ,i,ll be a film on crmer, open ,to bth men and wmen avid red by the AmeriCan Cnver ciety, t the Spa'ngle Service elub Morday even,ing. A doc- tor wil be present ) asrer any question,s ceneern,ing the film and 'the disease. Because ,of the Storms in recent days Liberty scahol dis- trict canee'}ed c/lses .Friday Friday, January 24, 1964 Cheney  ess and Monday. Bible Study class, Page3 es at the Spangle church were also oancelled Sunday eve- ning. Geerge Engle, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Engle, was the wirmer of $45 Monday moa- ing when the Money Man radio program called and he sue-i eessfully answered he ques- tion. The report on the smokers and dieters clinic proposed for the near future was pos- sibly misleading in text, as reported recently. The smok- ers clinic will be for five suc- cessive frights ,m one week and the weight clinic will, be on five nights a week apart, fol- lowing the smokers clinic, nmking a six week coverage. The dates wi be anrouneed later. Connie and Chris Hart spet the weekead at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hart. Their parents attended the Rosary service or Mrs. Hart's uncle, H. D. Walker, who passed away last week. He had ben the attorney for SFangle for may years until is retire- meat several years ag.o. Mrs. M. G. Mangis ts aain a patient at Dea.c(mess hospi- tal, where she is underg:oing more tests and some surgery for a leg ailment. The Spantgl'e church potluck dinnee will be held Sunday evening. Everyone is invited to attend. Mr. ar/d Mrs. Julian Murphy, Plaza, will show slides after dinner. The Spangle ,gra,nge wilt hold open house at the next regular session Feb. 5. Cards EaslCheney By Anna Phillips CARD PARTY CANCELLED Due to bad weather EaSt Cheney grange earmeed its meeting l*ast Friday. The next ead party will be Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Philips and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish as hosts. Jerry Morrow, a student at EWSC, was a suppex guest of Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Boots, Johnny and Ma last Friday evening. Mr. arid Mrs. Arden Berg and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Biehl joined the group zter o view pictures of rorhern Alaska, where Jerry spent the past summer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Iamp- tn spent Monday t Thurs- day of last week at Lewiso, Idaho, where they were caUed by the death of Mrs. Hamp- n's brother, Bob Harmaford. Their son, Bob, Spokane, look- ed after he ranch during their absence. Mr..and Mrs. Joe Lahish, Joyce, Jimmie and Jennifer were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester lhi.llips and Johnny. will furnish the enteatainmelt and the meeting wilq start at 8 p. m. Everyone .is moat wel- come to atterd. Stencils---make your own signsl inch to 6 inch let- ters. Free Press Printshop. Al. so stencil brushes. A WESTERN TRADITION Since 1896 rltk the Water " IN DAYS OF OLD the little woman's work was never done. It took muscle power to run the house. Washing, cleaning, cooking, sewing, stoking the fire---the days passed in a constant effort to merely keep up with the jobs. From sun.up to bedtime the housewife was forced by circumstances beyond con- trol (she was born too soon) to lift, labor, stoop and tote to keep her house and family presentable. THINGS HAVE CHANGED TODAY. The little woman is simply surrounded by electric appliances of all sizes, shapes and colors in the modern home. From the first radio news in the morning to the elec- tric blanket at night she deals with automatic electric equipment. She no longer totes wood or coal for the kitchen range and pot.bellied heater . . . she fliks a switch or turns a thermostat. She should know just a few basic facts about this magic servant and how it works for her. You Should Know About Housepower ELECTRICITY COMES into your home through a meter, then into a conduit to a main circuit box. Every housewife should know where this main circuit box is located and how it functions. If it is a fuse box she should know how to replace a blown fuse and the size fuse she should use. (A blown fuse is caused by an overloaded line; the fuse is a safety device for your protection.) Know how to shut off the main switch in the circuit box so you be large to carry a heavy load. Your home should have at least a 100 am- pere circuit box with plenty of circuits for lighting, general use, plug-in ap- pliances and large appliances and the house should have many convenient outlets for lights, etc. The average house today has 15 to 20 appliances and a dozen lamps. The housewife should check the watts on each appliance (shown on the serial 408 FIRST ST. CHENEY LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY Smith Jewelers Cheney City Light Dept. in the vagina. Cells are ob- tained by swab, spread or smeared on a glass slide, and plate) and have some idea of the load studied under a microscope, can replace the fuse safely. The Pap. test has the advan, the electric circuits are carrying. rage,concerned,SO far ofaS thebeingpatientquitei In most new homes, the circuit box Washers (700 watts), dryers (5000 painless and simple. If SUE- is made up of circuit breakers instead watts), heaters (from 250 wafts and picious cells am found, other. tests are made to confirm or of fuses. Circuit breakers trip off a up) and similar electric appliances definitely rule out cancer. , switch when overloaded. They are re- like stoves and water heaters require il Wepackepxcrlpflo,,bufe, efficlenteo,teenthat set by .simply closing the breaker separate circuits, a heavy wire for 1 peteetthemedleiae elral=mt switch I,ke the others in the box. If it 1 o,,io ,,f, etr, of each appliance, Vacuum cleaners, m .ua,.o.=oi,=.. continues to trip off, know enough floor polishers, hand irons, electric about your.w,r, ng orc.u,ts to unp!ug blankets, heating pads, lamps, port- the faulty pmce of equ,pment causing able ovens or broilers, toasters, waffle the trouble, irons, etc. can be plugged into con- It is possible that your home has low venient outlets but discretion and housepower. You can tell ,f your w,r- common sense must be used to keep BE 5-6348 i.ng is inadequate by the dimming from using too many units on one line. W. H. Westermon I,ghts, shrinking TV picture, slow heating appliances or low power mot- The cost of using many electric ap- ors. The cure for low housepower is pliances in your home is very low in in the wiring. Entrance wires should Cheney. Electricity is Cheap in Cheney The More You Use the Less it Costs