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Mr. Birzer&apos;s plays to drive up this hst Saturd,ay. FAghteen inches of new snow fell on the weekend in the apple valley. Mrs. Mae Rosenau Was forced to stay over at work Saturd, ay night due to weather eondi- tionts. Mr. Rosen, au drove to Medical Lake Sunday to pick up his wife and they were dtn- n,er guests ,o,f the Charlie Mil- lers that evening. Officers of the Grange Mo were not installed at the p.rev- Jous meetings were seaed last Tuesday by the new master, Alvin Miller. Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Brown spent FNday night in Spok)ane, for an evening o.f sh, olping. They were overniglt guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. l!l Merrik. Mr. arid Mrs. Gi)bert Peter- son were Sund)ay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les Pal of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea ad son Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Don Sheba were Saturday night sup- per guests of Miss Shirley Lob- mar of Cheney. Saturday morning visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Sten, gle were Mrs. Ed Betz, Jr., and children. In the .after- noon Mr. and Mrs. Lee Weis- kap and children ef Spokane cal}ed ,also. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Ableman were weekend guests of Mr. Friday, January 29, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 3 and Mrs. Lee Ableman of Che ney. Mr. Ahleman returned thLs Monday afterrtoon and Mrs. Ableman, will stay as a guest during the week due to bad roads. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shea and son Patrick caled at th home of their great uncle, Chris Betz Sunday evening. Jhnn, y Sltengle a,d David O'Niel of Chancy were guests of Mrs. Hank Kmshuk and son,s RaiIh and Rich,rd fo,r din- ner last Wedne,sdar eening, It was in celebration o,f the bih- days of Ralph and his mother, 'and he first evening home or Richard, who had jut betm re- lva, sed from the hospital fIOw- ing his toileetomy. Several neighbors wsh to say thanks again to rley Hey- er, wo has kept them fvam be- il}g snowbound. GIVE MORE,0 AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY --  I I i ....................... I I I IIIIlliHillll[ I II I II I II Inventory Clearance :ESSOR PLANTThis is Pacific Gas far site of the garage (left) and maintenance issioncompany'sRosallamaintenanCestation__ willbe the building (right), which now houses offices, Moflday_ Feb 1 1:00 p m Babb road, site of the new $2,141,000 shops and a warehouse for the company s sor station PGT proposes to build. Rosalia district crew. Im lpressor built on  )ang,e News ,,o0 as,sisting. They w:ere e Tyler News t .uby Hart with Mrs. M, ary This is the event where y can really make tabu. . j ..... , very happy to have four guests ......... . r uanne reen [two of Lhem from Spokane. 'y wanaa tengm GROTH Next meeting will be at the Mr and Mrs Ira Shea tt.nd I __ Ious savings! HONORED home of Mrs. Loa Byers at 2 ed the 3'hth anmversary o t road )row th ;h ho Groth is to be honored and Brmad- at the Daven- Feb. 3. Steve partiei- the 1964 AAU Junior at Coer d'A'lene bast '. He recently received sayizg ,he ,t;,,had placed in She mter- division 880-yd. run lolds the Spolne record in his event. is 2:01.7. Steve will be a certificate and at the trmhen. ITTWER ES AWARD Jean Wittwer has Liberty's "Betty Home,taker of Tonmr- eored the highest hornemaldrg ex- taken by the senior class. Lois .is for sCaLe ,and ha- Should Lois win contest she would scholarship ,and go on the vast with other PRESENTS AT LIBERTY Coltmba Acad- presented an ia- day pro- high students. ston and Sheryl spoke on t, he alco- Ve the ptthlic and alvollies in the also showed a filva DEBATERS ITH RIVERSIDE high debate its last debate with The affirmative f J.a:kie Randy Rohwer lost The negative of Jane Bowen Ree.ks wo,a by. ,ne for the debate and REPORTED PAST WESK services were leld for Mrs. Iazel Gross Idaho. She is sur- Y[vs. &e Kepl, Span. William Osborne, Co- Mont.; Mrs. Jirn Ahhka, Idaho; Pra{er, Lewiston, Ida- tuin{en Coss, Mos- Bixby, sister of passed awy in a Tacoma arran, dements by Monday. died last she ad had a heart attack al ws to the h'pita], the wa in an accident. is in the hospil broken ribs. T,h)e ac- se of Mrs. loser's not knm. The Mbs- the Spangle Me,rn- ]any years They have . . . aliforma the past few ---.---__.._ RE HOSTS Mrs. Hugh Hat were nne,r and card par- VenLn'g. The guests 'and Mrs. Gordon Tnent' Spokane, Mr. amd ;--ul Byers, Mr. and Mrs so ibUen,. Mr. a n Mrs: [ner, lr. and Mrs. Joe [; and Mrs. Jim Corn- vr. and Mrs. Austir, ._.--[nd Mr. and M.s. Peter | Anders, all of Span- IEWS ). m. Feb. 3 with Mrs. Pam Cormnesser assNting. Everyone is weIcome. Last Moday Mr. and Mrs. Art Dyers entertained several guests at  dinner party in horror of Mrs. Edna Oisen's birthday. Mrs. Harvey Minner ,has sold her Spa,ngle property and las moved into an, apartment in Spokane. .Mrs. Ba'uline lohwer is sl)ay- ing with Mrs. Valiis ter Mrs. Wall, ace had a gston,e ttack. She is much batten" now but needs care. Her san-in4aw Fred Vhitner of Quincy visited with her Wednesday. In ,last week's news it was reported tht Mr. La,haie was sea, Sou,sly ill with leukemia. S'mce then wrd ttas ben re- i ceived chat after a week of !trvatmen in the University I hospital Mr. Lalaie is back to full time teaChing.,, The doctors i say that apparently the dis- erse tras either been arrested or is dormant. At the ne.t Span,file gran,ge meetimg there will be  pie social with proceeds oiag or the March of Dimes. Mr. nd Mrs. Bttch Krmth, Mrs. Bertha Grunewa,ld, Mrs. Elva Jones nd Mrs. Louise Pittman attended the Re,belah installation at Cheney ast week. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Geen and lr. and Mrs. Richard At- kinson, Frank, lick, and John visited at the Verl Helmet home Sunday. In last week's news on the Spangle Rebekah installation, the name of Rata Morford was omitted from the list of tbxse officers. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Man,they were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and M;s. Barry Rielly. In the evening Mrs. avlm Nell- sen, Mr. and Mrs. Eh tird and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schievhe and Vauffhn Knuth }od.ne,d them for birth- day cake and ice cream. The ceebrafion Was in ho)nr of Mr. Rielly. Sunday dinne$ guests at Mrs. MoCha Neilsen's inclde,d the I-Iarry Reilly and Eb Baird families, and . Mrs. Claude Schieche. The group celebrated Mrs. N.eilsen's b4rthday. Amber News .e Mrs. N. A. Cordill .Blowing nd drifting snow Saturday and Sunday caused so'me f us to be snowed in for a day or so this past week. The weather man reports the Spo- kane area Ires had 76 inches of snow already tiffs winter and ma, ny ,of us i this community beBeve most of it is risht here! T ,add to our woes, the tele- phone is being contrar again. Your reporier s teltne has been out of order three times this pa, st week for h.f days at a time. And it seems it is al- ways out when it is time to call for news. When one tires quite a ,ay from awn, is snowed in and the telephones ave not workintg, we use exa ca,ution and pray that none of us has a fire or that any other emergen- cies arise. So far, we have been lucky. Ycun,g Gals bridge club met at the h, ome of Mrs. John He Harris last Wednesday after- n.en with prizes going to Mrs. ; Melvin Marsh, Mrs. Leslie Mili[ and Mrs. N. A. Cordill. The club will meet next with Mrs. F. N. McKinley Amber Grange held a regu- nny JenrAngs under- far meeting hst Tuesday eve- laaft surgery on a ni',ng with Master Darry. Owen s _w.eek. She is in[ presiding. The crter was yusptai ana appre- I (]raped in memory of Mrs. Cas- rnmg fom friends. I sie Briner who passed away -me mines aid met lrecently The home coon- at the hme of Mrs. I omies ci'airman reported the Odessa Grange 1,aa't Friday eve- ning. Mr. Shea was an o,rganiz- er f the gratge. Ttmy revnem- ber the weather to have been below zero the evemng of the first meeting, the difficulty that members had getting their ears started to go home. Due to the blizzard, the She'as were forced ,to slay overnight arid return home Saturday after- noon. Mrs. Velma Davis and her sister Mrs. ibert Sn,son of Reardan attended the PCA din- n,er ,at the Dvenpert hotel in Spokane Mond'ay neon, visiting their niece Mrs. Jackie Willard o'f Orchard ,avenue ir, Spokane Valley in the a,R'errmon. Wtgle in Reardan Motrday evening, Mrs. Davis called on Mr. and lrs. Pete B}sson and so. Mrs. Dick H, arr and dugh- ters, Linda and Iua ,arrived by bu, s to spend the weekend with the Elmer Harris f,anly. Sue ,and Kay Iam had as their guests last Wednesday night their paren, Mr. and Mrs. Johmne Ham ad their aunt, Mrs. Wilma Plotts, of Cheney. The preassign was a dinner in Chen, ey t,o celebrate the wedding a.nniwrsary of their parents and .also their father's bt.hday. Mrs. Bill Kieth's gvaddaugh- ter, Mrs. Mavti, n Birzer and infant son Martin Jr., arrived last Wednesday f(r Wenacee. Weather codition)s eh,aged sewing contest starts April 1. The nmkirg of h.i.storic ,samp- lers las been added to the con- test this year. Much discussion was held cormerning a civil defe,ne class to be sgoored by the grange. A committee was ap- pointed to contact people and see how many w(m2d be inter- ested in attending such a class. Deputy Bavl Hi, l] of Ptaza was present and spke an the "Value of the Grange." At the close of the meeting rePros,h- merits were sewed by Mr. and Mrs. Coy Fish .and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Decker. Next me eting is Feb. 2. The bookm<>bile witl make its rmxt ,p at Amber school Tuesday, Feb. 2, from 9:45 to 10:30 a. m. Anyone desiring to borrow books may do so at tlis time. Directory FLOOR SANDING Flor sanding and finish- ing, 30 years experience. Andy Anderson, E. 1409 Central, Spokane, HUdson 7-0171. Clip out for future refer- ence. A.7-O.30 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 .O.B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. Soiled items, regular merchandise, discontinued goods, bad buys, special pur- chases, samples, odds & ends and overstocked goods are marked down to just a frac- tion of the regular price. Big 88c Table Asst. of rims from all departments Vahes to $10.00 and more DRESSES One Big Asst. Never before on Sale Half Price Girls Stretch Tights 77c Asst. Colors Jacket Prices SMASHED Boys, Girls, Mens, Womens Priced to Go Close Out Prices Asst. crochet thread, wrn and Cro-$heen Up to 59c each ... 5/$1.00 -FREE GIFTS to the first 25 Adults through the door! Piece Goods Assorled Paflerns 17 yd. Women's Western JEANS Regular $4,9 $2.50 Odds& Ends Rubbers Overshoes 77c White Flannel 25cyard 36 inches wide Boy's Pants Assorted Sizes 87c M en's Shi rts Asst.long & shod Sleeves 87c Cheney Dept. Store Note: Store will not open until 1:00 p.m. Monday to allow us time to reassemble the goods and redu(e prices. SPECIAL: Repossessed Mink Stole .. by "Toots" New owner's name will be held in confidence.