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You member en? as reported in the Press March, 1936 arch 6 , 1936 Free a four column on Main street in a eroded of paD- Ling Sam Webb pus:h- across ,the un- with his nose to bet he lost to a Cheney barber moved to Spokane. spectators was Cap Sauce r .._ 1.00 12 oz. Amber News * Mrs. N. A. Cordill SCHOOL MENU, MARCH 8-12 Monday -- Spaghetti with moat and tomato sauce, green salad, bread and butter, apple- sauce cake, milk. Tuesday -- Mashed potatoes with hamburger gravy, srAn- ach, carrot sticks, cherry cob- ler, milk, hot rolls and butter. Wednesday -- Roast twkey, dressing ,and gravy, candied sweet potatoes, celery sticks apple crisp, milk. Thursday -- Meat loaf, green beans, bread and butter, van- ilia pudding with baranas, and milk. Friday -- Potato and tuna salad, toasted cheese sandwich- es, pickled beets, ice cream, milk. Nolan Brown in Amber-Sprague gun club The late Rub- Kell- turned in a total score of 93 a the crm,d y "y Sunday with Jim Swanniek hit- o; ....... ;_ 4_ I ting 24 and Bud Harris, Den *,, aooui one aoove in the aner Sam I Corcoran, Dean Baldwm and Jls he earned a total l Mel Jones 23. Gusty winds i  s r(Wr Imade fr tough s'hotin n cash a_ a ......... Yo n g" ing /be election bet ] u g Gals bridge club met t place Ruby "Kelly" ] Wednesday, at the home. of Mrs. .m  ...... :2 -0 -/J W Decker Guests included hn ; .... .. ,. .... I Mrs Orville Lewis Mrs. Ivan =*.lz oxll UII lll J.I.:Y. , ' i,n,g the peanut then I Calvert and Mrs. Don Lambert inson passed ti{e hat I u: ith prizes going to Mrs. Mel- sold picture.s a.t one ]vm Marsh, Mrs. N. A. Cerdill to make up the rest I and Mrs. Ron.ald McKinley. The ' , club will meet next witla Mrs. Alfred Weisman on Mach 10. )s  8 oz. Sund'ay dinner guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. N. A. Cordill, Ann and Nels were Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Jan son and Ginger of St. Maries, Idaho. -8/1.00 lb... 10( TUNA 4/88, the Pacific s lb. 33c lb. 79 3 Ibs. 99( Roasts ARM CUT in 49c 59c _ 10/98c .5 lbs. 1.00 .8 Ibs. 1.00 Cleaners 1G PRESSING NS IDRY SERVICE 23S-4732 Electric SERVICE ing rE, Pumps CH. 4-2705 SERVICE ITS BEST 235-4410 BROS. ELECTRIC SHOP 'ing & Repair :ring Estimates. Too Small. 235-6528 Dinner guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cummings, Mike and Patty Ann on Firady eve- ning were Mrs. Josie Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marsh and Nick and John ,and Howard Marsh, Jr., of EWSC. Saturday luncheon guests of: the Ronald MeKintey family! were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dol and family of Spokane. Mrs. Roger SchIimmer and Mrs. Laddie Schlimmer and Juiie ,of Odessa and Mrs. Charles A. Miller and two daughters of Sprague were Sun. Gay visitors of Mr. nd Mrs. ChaHes E. Miller. Mr. ad Mrs. F. N. McKinley entertained at dinner Friday eveng for Mr. axed Mrs. Jim Dcker ,and Mr. and Mrs. Ron- aJd McKirdey, Mike and Bren- da. Gary Sooy was a weekend guest of John Frost of Oheney. Mr. a,nld Mrs. George Lenz of Spolane were Sunday gests of Mr. and M. Rbert Grogan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert, Jil and Chuck were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. arid Mrs. L. E. Klock .of Spokane. M'. and Mrs. Peallh Noack of Entiat were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John H. Itarris and sons joined the i grou,p for ice cream and cake !in celebration of the Noa,cks' : wedding annivers,ary. Mr. arid Mrs. Cartos Toledo and Ricky ,of Spokane were Sunday callers ,of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hartley. Mr. and Mrs. Charl'es Box of Spokane were Friday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McKirfley, Mike and Brenda. The cooking and sewing girls of the Amber Rambler 4H club met ,at the home f Mrs. How- ard Marsh on Saturday. The seing group started maldn y pin cushions while the cooking group made cup cakes. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hi'bbard of Spokane were Su,nday guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. McKin- ley. The card larty spoasored by the Amber Grarrge for the "March .of Dimes" Saturday eve.nirg was a success with seven tables in pl, ay. The pro- ceeds amounted to over $30 w,heh will be turned over to the foundation. Prizes were won by Mrs. Wilson Cree, Mrs. Herbert Croertz, Earl Brooks and George. Nc,bzafer. A thorouglbred mare be- loging to the Alfred Weisman  gave 'birth to twins, a ,amfl a colt, on Whshing- ion's hday. The filly died :shortly ter birth but She colt is strong although quite small. t Kenny Me, ill of I.mont i was a weekend guest  his grandparents, the Fred MeKin- lays. His parents Mr. and M_vs. Ben Merrill came for him Sat- uvday evening und also called on e Ronald McKiney fmn- ily. and Renan, the twin of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Grogan, ,are both home flm the hspital now and are gaining each day. PLUMBING SHOP Repair and Service Bonded "vin Becker 235-6528 i29tf Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner tay Christensen, Pomona master, gave a talk on frm- ers pbtems and the things a farmer can expect in the fu- ture. There were 10 Pore,one officers present and eight sub- ordinate masters. Irvin Cain, Opportunity Gra, ne master, and Mrs. aCin, ady assistant steward, were h, o nored on their 37th wedding armiversary. Pomona driU cap- tain Warren Jo,bnston present- ed them 'a tea service from Po- mona drill team members. Mr. Cain said it was raining that day 37 )'ears ago the same as it was Friday night. The third Pomona Grange fellowship tour was held in the Opportunity Grange hall I:riday evening. East Spokane did the floor work and Trent- wood Grange had the l'ogrami Hawaii was the hon'ored state. A history of tbe state was read by Mr. Ellers. There were panominms on the different activities in Hawaii, even a,bout Pearl Harbor bombing, that we all would like to forget. Both Mr. ,and Mrs. Cain have been ,active in Pomona Grange as well as their subordinate grange at Opportunity for many years. Mr. Cain is stew- ard in Pomona Grange and both are in the drill team. Oharlie Headley, past Grange deputy master, is convalesc- ing at home .after maj,or sur- gery. Iarl Hill, Spokane county gcange deputy, is home ,after minor surgery. Quinten Landreth, also a grange deputy, is improving after major surgery. Edith Scott, Pomona chap- lain, was home with a severe co,ld Frid,ay evening. There were 156 present. Sunset Grange h,ad five present at the Fc4towship tour; Windsor had 12 pra,s.ent, Opportunity 36, East Spokane 22..and Trent- * Marshall News Mrs. Lloyd Lovell RI 7-3834 CHURCH OBSERVES WORLD DAY OF PRAYER Rev. Lanphea eten4s an in- vitation to everyone to attend the open house ,at the Mrshall Community church between 11 and 12 a. m. on March 5 to commemorate the World Day (>f Prayer. If you cannot attend the clmrch of your choice , feel free to stop in. MRS. LOVELL NAMED CHAIRMAN Mrs. Lloyd Lovell attended the meeting of the Hub club at Four Lakes on Thursday and was named chairman for the community service po.jeet for 1965. The organization is a homemakers club cannected with the coun,ty extension ser- ence Kartchner residerme on March 1 were Mr. and Mrs. Ch*arles Stewart of GoAger iteights. Mrs. Polly Ableman had tea Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Emily Cable and Mrs. Ellen x, hohnes of Chancy Wednesday night supper guests at the Arlie Ableman's were Mrs. Mvrtle A. Ableman and Lloyd ,bleman. Bill Ro,senau called on his mother, Mrs. E. Ro,senau of Medic.el Lake Monday. wood 13. The collection was Sue .and Kay ttam attended 20.87. the winte i eon;rtsFrid.y night Next fellows:hip tour will be[at  hene_ h,[  , .. to,night, March 5, in the Para-J., 'r. an urs. Jonn waurer 00Io00eG0000e00gr00ohoat00Wr ith aSnPdanp00'ae.l0000;00d; d Bvtnren;hmyntanl/ za the program. Californ, ia will[Thursday. be the honored state. Plaza will Art and Don'aid Da- vis attended the high seh, ool have their program for this meeting which starts at 8:30 p.m. Mary Jane tiankel, Pomona ho,me economics chairman, wants all ladies entering the sewing contest to remember that the judging for the cloth- ing will be April 24, starting at 9 a. m. in the Trentwood Grange ,ha,ll. Needlework and baking i judging wi be done Friday, the day before tle May Pomo- na meeting. This date will be announce.d at the larch 29 meeting in the P1;aza Grange ,lall, also t the ,home econ- concert Friday night. Bob Stengle and Charles IMvis par- ticipated in the program. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bisson an son of Reardan were visit- ors .at the Donald Davis home Saturday night. Mrs. Sharon Shea and son Patrick visited ,her grand- mother Mrs. FIorenee Max- wll. Mrs. Ilia Shea spent the day shopping in St>okane. Mrs. Sharon Shea and Pat- rick attended meetings last Tuesday evening to Smaday at the First Nazarene Church of Spokane. oncs Pomona meeting April 7. Mr. ,and Mrs: Don Shea and Mrs. Phillip Patterson called Bob Shea attended dae pancake to :say her son James ardJ feed held at city hall Saturday Douglas Ludwig .are in the A1- ] sponsored by the Soil Conser- fM,fla youth drill team. vation district and Cheney Mrs. Patterson is youth chair- Grain Growers. man for Windsor Grarge. Mre Art Stengle received woad of youths are needed for the A1- the death of ,his mther Mrs. {a, ifa degree team. Emma Stengle on lViarch 1. She had been an iavalid the Lawrence Charneski, who is three years sufferin attendirg WSU, was home over from cancer. She "as 74 years the weekend, old. Mrs. Dow Moore is spending vice arid his project is one of the requirements to qtmlify for a eotmty 'award at Aceve- ment day which will be held in Cheney this year. Mrs. Bernard Kline ,and Mrs. Lovetl attended the leader training lesson on "Bedside Care a, nd Home Nurs, ing" given in the health department aadi- orium by the county nurse, Mrs. Lloyd. They will p,resent the 1,es:son ,at the next regular meeting. RUMMAGE SALE ITEMS NEEDED Ladies, have you started your spring housecleaning yet? W,h,y nlot start now and box up any .old dishes, hunting and .fishing magazines, books, cloth- rag, jewelry or furniture an leave it for the ladies Christian Circle rummage sale at the church any morning. CARD PARTY MARCH 11 A card prty and luncheon will be held on March 11 i'n the Carnation h.s,tes.s room, West 411 Ca,taldo, Spokane. Four Corners Grange Ladies will be the hostesses under Mrs. Dallas Henn,eigh, home economics chairnaan. The charge will be 50 cents per pe:rscn and includes lunch and cards. Prizes will be awarded for the highest scores plus a door prize. GRANGE TO MEET The Four Combers Grange will meet on Wrednesday, March 10. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reinbold and Mr. and Mrs. Kloppenburg will have charge of the lmach. BIRTHDAY FETED Mrs. Jack Lozar was the guest of honor at a birthday larty held Wednesday eveg at the home of Mrs. WeE Rallh. The ladies birthday club start- ed out with only four and now has grown to quite a group. Slides o,f Hawaii were shown by Mrs. Hem-y Chase who tack them on ,her recent trip there. Prescript were Mrs. Tim Lozar, Mrs. Lester Ralph, Mrs. Ray W'diams, Mrs. Helen Frunz, Mrs. Ronnie Rallh, Mrs. Dean Pcarson, Mrs. George Hack- worth and Mrs. Pat Schuttz. PERSONALS Cheryl Lovell, Jackie Lam- bert, Sue Wick anal Elaine Ek- stadt .drove to Wenetchee and Moses Lake to visit Sue and Eltaine's parents and other friends over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Huh Oriard Friday, MarCh 5, 1965 * Four Lakes . By Mrs. Larson GRANGE MEETS The Four Lakes Grange met a:t their hall Feb. 26 and made plans for .a booth ,at tbe Inter- tate Fair in Spokane. Supper committee was Mr. ,and Mrs. V. Goodner, Dr. and Mrs. Mfl- I ler and Mrs. G. Moser. m:nge Auxiliary will meet lareh 18 w'ith Mrs. Earl Pen- dell for a potluck lunch at noon. CHURCH NEWS The church will st, a a ser- ies of missiorary m,eein,gs Sun- day, March 21, i,n conjunction i with the regular momling mooting and again Monday and Tuesday everings. There will be ,a different speaker each time. On March 5 the church is startirtg its annual community visitation. CLUB PLANS DINNER The Hub club is laving a buffet luncheon March 9 at the Golden Hour in the Shadle shopping center. Time s 11:30 and anyone wishing a ride contact Mrs. Leon Barrick. PERSONALS March 5 at 10 a. m. the Spo- kane County homenaakers are having a luncheon :at the Dari- gotd room. Bring own dhe,,, and silver. Mr. and Mrs. Tray Reyn(lds and family spent Was,tfington's birthday with the Earl Pendell family. Mrs. Barbara Mattausch and Lou Feyan from Spokane were also guests f the Pen- dells. Mrs. Robert McCormack and his ,aunt Mrs. Jessie Sfleocks attended the funeral Tuesday of Charles Rogers of Spokane,,,, former ehewelah resident. Caexs at Mrs. Sara Kirk- patrick's the past week were Mrs. Vvtroback, Four Lakes, Mrs. Lois lobler from Sp- farmly on Sunday ,and the boys and their fathers enjwed the afternoon flying kites. Mr. and Mrs. Goose Hack- eorth, formerly of Cheney, have moved their mobile home. to Marsha,H. Mr. Hackwoh is em,ptoyed in Cheney and Mrs. Hackworth is a student at the ellege there. Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Chase ,and children of Spokane viE- were dinar guests of he Wil- ited with Mr. and Mrs. Marcel 1,ard Beslys in Spokane on Sun- Oriard .an Sunday. ] day. " Mr. and Mrs. i='ierre Dimico [ Mrs. fiertru,de Powell of Spo- ,and family ,of Spokane were[kane "as a guest of the He,hey. guests of the George Cheerer, Clmses on Saturday evening." Cheney Free Press Page $ kane, Mrs. I4_zel Power1 and Mrs. Maude Poe, Mrs. Wal- ling and her son and family, Spokane. Mr..and Mrs. H. Pedell and their daughter Mrs. Don Mu- zatko .and son Ricky vis&ted at Edwall Sud'ay with the A1 Stangland family. Mr. and Mrs. ttarold Frfurth and sons of Dishm,an were lurmheon guests f arld's mother Saturday. A weekend guest of Mrs. Gretelmn Moser w . C. Uou,rts of Spokane. The ladies have been friends for many 'ears. Leon Berriek attended the Spokane county baseball ol"- ganiton meetirg at the eom't h, ouse Smnday, Feb. 28. Mr. Baricks is interested in Little league. Mr. and Mrs. lobet Ran, doll of Daven,po,t spent Saturday night visiting with their cous- ins the Ted Radon amily. A baby shower was held at the ,church March 2 honoring Mrs. Leon Higby. Hostesses were Shirley Radon, Hazel Spear and Mrs. Hemy Wyn- sta. R. W. Adkins is in Portland this week on business. Mrs. Ernest McM'lllan and Mrs. Sidney Larson attended DWYC club last Wednesday at Mrs. Ethel Grien's in Gheney. Mr. ,and Mrs. Rodney logers ,of Seattle called at the Claude Crooks home Mnd'ay. Mrs. P,,ogors is a sister of Mrs. BLI1 Crooks. Mrs. Glen Lun,nebrg and son Kent of Spokane called at the Crooks home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Boots Earls- court joined Mr. and Mrs. Mar- ion Hill Mr. and Mrs. Don Lag and Mr. and Mrs. Shaw Saturday night in loling Scotch doubles, followed by a Mexican dner. CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education. al equipme and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121, Showalter Hall. Preposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wail Director of Purchg. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) PATRONIZE YOUR ADVERTISERS . a few days with her son Ever- ett Thompson in Spokane help- ing with the spring painting. Mr. ,and Mrs. Emory Hewson re,turned home Tuesday after several days on the cast vis- iting relatives. Mrs. Maxine O,lson, K, a reni and Jim are back i,n school after a few 4ayE out wih se- vere colds. Mrs. ClEon teach- es in the Biair schl at Fair- child. CaM, erE on Mrs. Fl.m,a Smith last weekend were Mabel Wayne, Sibyl Donder, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rupp, Tilly .and Rosie Kasbau ,and Mr. and Mrs. Hat- (rid AHen of Spangle. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mantz, Mr. andMrs. Ed Hubenhal, WESTERN INTERNATIONAL Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lttle arid Mr. nd Mrs. Warren Johnston m attended the Fellowship toar at Opportunity last Friday. All Windsor news items musit HOCKEY LEAGUE be .called to CH 4-9673 by Mon- day evening or early Tuesday as I have to get the rmws to the offieeonTuesday. S "Final Play (3am Tyler News cml- - e By Wanda Stengle Mr. arid Mrs. Ira Shea left Saturday by car for Tucson, Ariz., to attend the meeting of Gvarge Mutual Life Insurance Co., combining business with three weeks vacation trip. Two other families are joiring hem at Nampa and plan to motor the .t of the way in a group. ,lrs. Vehna Davis and Mrs. Buelah Swanson f Readan attended the Tri-County (B) ba.sketbal tournament at EW- SC ast Wednesday and Thurs- day evenings. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Able- man, Mrs. Wams and Mrs,. Burger of Spokane were Wed- rmsd,ay afternoon visitors at the Lloyd Ablevn,ans. They drove out to bring Lloyd Able- man /mine a/let :his four day visit with his brother. ,Mr. and Mrs. John Ham and Mr. ,and Mrs. Lloyd Ableman drove to Clarkston Sunday to isit Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Prentice, returning home Sun- day evening. Sue and Kay en, joyed the weekend visiting Mrs. Wilton Plotts of Cheney. Jack Brown attended Grange Supply annual meeting at Four Lakes, March 3. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris and daughter Donna drove to Ellensburg over the weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dick Har- ris and daughters, Linda and Lori. Dinrner guests at the Clar- The Spokane Jets Against the Nelson Mapleleafs SUNDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 7 l 2:30 P.M. EASTERN WASHINGTON STATE "COLLEGIANS" DIRECTED BY RALPH MANZO WILL ENTERTAIN ON STAGE BETWEEN PERIODS: If necessary, an additional game will be played Monday night, March 8, at 8:00 p. m. SPOKANE COLISEUM 1,00 O. FREE 8 x 10 TEAM PICTURES GIVEN AWAY