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YMPIAN HALO FOR "FUJI-SAN" apan&apos;s majestic .Mount .FUji, uni.'ts of the Japanese Air,Self Defensff to create the "Olympic'symbol pros'aging the fotthcom'.mg XVIII Olympt- in Tokyo this fill. Feverish preparations are now under way to insure that Will be ready for the competitors anti the.anticipated thousands, of visitors" which is. being held for the first time. in Asia. News linia M. Strock !ED SET Aid spa- will be held Ix)- 8 p. m. in the rooTn. %o %he din- I .NERAL HELD were held Oatf., for the frmer A memorial were Same week in Is survived axM five 19, Eugene., 7, and lived ther brother-in-law, Mr. arid Mrs. Walter Mattox, Seattle, and then visited with an, other sis- ter and brother ,in law, Mr. and 1Virs. H. B. Clark, Tacoma, be- fore returning home. David Brewer is a patient at Deaconess hopi, tal where he underwert surge for remov- al ,of a cyst hat week. Four Lakes Lenard Mace--RI 7-7606 SCOUT LEADERS MEET Leon B.avrck held a meet- ing at his hotse for the sen- ior Scout }eadens and the jun- ior assistart Scout leaders. There are ,ow eotgh oys to form to ptts. The pals will be called the Pant*hers rand the Bea. 4-H CLUB TO MEET Busy Firgers 4-H yll meet [lch 17 .at the Lee Wilcox way, home at 7:30 p.m. Janet Moore, who s a beauty sool JRlaDle,-. I student, w'll give a talk an the Y-:"=a I care of hair. ,. IS mighty I e made by[ GRANG E NEWS i the[ Graz e ,m Feb 28 at the n  g " : Yc :lhst - week. [ Four Iqkes range Hal wih g I izto thee 18 members laresent. Ra _ .su.l_.sed[on lew oaaadkhtes was O- . uu..Zmgl cussod Ken GOD 'dnev became __ s.. teaxa-[ a n, ew member. The/ Mr. and Mrs. hve%e s CO[served on the su,ppe commit- ',Yet, e..eY:/tee. Don't forget the gra,nge .y e,mn. ctt meeting oni, ght at 8. spix, drew AUXILIARY MEETS the an- Gange ,ailiazv met at the e 'e sure he Were lhe,m tend them st'uden.ts, proud Prowess eOmme contest r, ts came om alt aver the entire Lib- So, our we are our own ! Liberty second o Starlit evel%h1 She will finals of l%osalia, and J. Krmh week Dora nieces. Mrs. Ras- returned Sievers for driv- 'gym. This .by the group. atend ald gtm club the class Smday Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner DEATHS SADDEN WINDSOR AREA Minnie B. Btmgett, who passed array ast weekend, was buried Morday, lViach 9. She had been ,a residem of Hay- ford since 1912. The hst ew years she lived in Sgokarm on a,ecourt of failing heat,h. Mrs. Burgett had a store in Hayford :for .many years. Mrs. Ben Kitlin remeanbe when they arrived in Hyford in 1913. Mrs. Btwkett had the .store on her place that was near the ld electric line that ran from Spokane to C'hertey. I.f anyone vtantod to know a,nythirg about the early days in ayford, Mrs. Burke could tel them. Amorg ,the many in, resting thirgs M. Burket tokl your correslmrden% in 1940, was about the Hayfrd distx orce beizzg under irrigation, and about a me t'hal was once worked tlmt p>ctueod silver and led. Mrs. Burkett home of Ms. Heammn Wfl'lms last maath. Members presen were: Mrs. l%obert V. Reit- meier ,arid son Kent, Mrs. Rob- ert R. Reitmeier, Mrs. Robert Scot, rs. Gretchen Maser, Mrs. Nick ITaidy, Mrs. John Becker, Mrs. Russel Mace and one guest, Mrs. Marie Siemer. Next meeting will be held at the home ,of Mrs. Robert Scott Thursday, March 19. P. T. O. SCHEDULED Don't fcmget'our Lakes P. T. 0. Wednesday, March 18, at .the Four Lakes SChool at 8p.m. HUB CLUB MEETS Hub Club met at the Four Lakes town hall Feb. 27. Mem- bers present were Mrs. Glenn Calsyn, Mrs. Lloyd Lovell, Mrs. An n, a Erfurth, Mrs. How- :rd Graham, Mrs. Nick HMdy, Mrs. Leon Barrick, Mrs. Ted MiNer, Mrs. Ray Dirks, Mrs. ,Mike Miller, Mrs. Bruce Ohver, Mrs. Cady Stand,error, Mrs. Cecil Stowe, and Mrs. Russell Mace. Guests were Mrs. Helen Kvu, ger, Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. Chude Cooks and Ms. John Becker. Mrs. Krugar gave a demonsmatio on, making che- nille hats. She, was once a member of the Hub Club but now has moved to Lexore, Ida-] ha. Mrs. Douglas:, rom Geiger Fied, has left for he Bermuda] Ishnds. ] PERSONAL MIONS M.r. and Mrs. Len Barck aad family Visited Mrs. Bar- tick's moher, wko lves at Wa Waih. Su'rday dinner guests o Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dirks were Mrs. John Stanneck and Steve and Mrs. Sohaffer. Saturday 'ght ,Mr. and Mrs. Jack artovd and trrrfly vis- ited Mr..and Mrs. Co,all Mc- Clin ar, d @amily. Jianet 'Hartford recency cel- ebrated her %i,nth oday by taking ,a few fends %o a movie in Spokane. Mr. arid Mrs. Ted Huff will be leavng for Arml0zge, Alaska, An Jane. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ekl,on Jeicke e'n,teainod four couples at a party at their Saturday nht. We:drmsday, Mrs. Agnes Charton .of Oheney was a ca.l- er of Mrs. Sidney Lavsn. Thu,rsay, Mrs. Myrtle McMH- lan and Mrs. Cam Bll were callers of Mrs. Larsn. Friday evezn,g Mr. and .Mrs. GevaAd Lawson and Sammy were eaU- evs of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lavson. Mrs. Eld:on Jenicke was a guest of a Spokane garden club Monday. 1. and Mrs. George Eplin o$ Deer Prk were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Jck and Margaret. Mrs. Sarah Kirkptrick is now in the Sharon Arms rmrs- ing home in Spokane where hex husband, W. F. Kirkpat- rick, is ,al,o cozffined. Mr. and Mrs. James Perry recently journeyed to O'reon on .a fishing Wip. Mr. and Mrs. Orvitle PhAll,ip- son entertained guests March 10 in honor ,of Texry Philli,p- son's birthday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Idal Kafer spem the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Del Spear nd fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Spear and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe At- kirks and amily were dinner gests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Del Spear and family. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Co, dy S:tanderfer were gucss ,at a birthday dinner in Spokane. It was a surprise party for the guest of h,onor Mrs. Ben Kraut, formerly of Four Lakes. Host nd hostes were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Villa- lobos. Other gue'ss were Ben Kraut .and Mrs. M. P. Burgess, hLr. and Mrs. G. M. Goeden and Mr. and Mrs. Walt SpeRz. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson of Great Fals, Moat., s)ent Morday at the Henry Wynta ,home. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson were married Sunday at Great Fulls. Mrs. Hanson is the for- mer Pearl ooney f Slkane. She is emp}oyed t Buttew's store. asen is the credit marmger thee. Mrs. Hmmen's mother died in 1954 and Pearl was at the Hutton settlement during 1954-55. M. Wynsa was matron there dng that time. Mrs. Wynstra and Mrs. Hansen have kep in constant touch wth ca,oh other shnce 1954. Since the WynsaS were una,ble to aed the weddirg, Mr. and Ms. Iansen spent Mcday with hem, 1,cave, rig fay ]Seattle Tuesday. Ms. E'll:a Johnson of Slkarm, a friend of Mrs. Hanen's was also a guest at the Wyn*st2a home M<mGay. M,r. ard Mrs. Herb Kttkuk and Don attended the basket- ball tourrmmet at To,coma ist week. laney Haafy and Theresa Brewer went to Taco- ma with the Kukuks. Don Ku- kuk went over with Mr. and Mrs. A1 Denim. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fine also went to the tomnamen. ,was a pioneer and laved the wide open spaces. She is survived by her son, H,arvey Burkett of Spokane. Her finM resting lace is Riv- erside MemoIM Park by he late husband. ACCIDENT IS FATAL Joh, n Monroe, who was hit by a car near the Geiger Field entrance on Highway i0 late Sunday night, vased away shortly ,after 12 a. m. Monday in Sacred Heart hospital. Mr. Monroe was walking from a service st,aion to the Maple Leaf Motel. He. was on the shoulder of ;the wad when hit, but .due to the syrupy storm wasn't seen by the driver of the vehicle tlat tilt m. His home was in Hayford, near the Hayford huvch. The family bou,ht their lmme from the iate r{arl Priest, prior to Mr. Priest's death. Mr. onroe is survived at the hame by his wife, Mildred, Ura Mac, ,a Cheney hi!gh schaol student, ,and Roy Monoe, both at the kame; Quentin Monroe, o.f San*iago, Oafif, and Mrs. Lena Mae Rouse, of San Jose, Calif. His son Quertin arrived home from the Mrine base lVlbnday afterno(m. HEART ATTACK FATAL Erie Eddington pa,ssed avay suddenly Monday eelfing from a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Eddin;on h:ad atteaded a card party in the Moran grange hall Eriday evening, an,other card .party in Lille Est Spokane grange ha]] Saturdas, evenin, g and had dirmer with Mr. arid Mrs. Lewis Little on Sunday. He passed aay en route to the hospital by am- bu}ance. Funeral services: wll be held Friday at 1 p. m. from the Hazen, ad Jieger funeral home in Spoka,Ie. He is sur- vived by ,his wife, Eiiy, at the home. CARDS PLAYED .Sunset gange 'ld  tab- les of cards An 1ay ast lri- day evening. Lloyd Weso won the dor prize, Elsie Ad- ley was high hfly and Vern Hultn .gh ,man. Case Rs, kam won 'tow. Sun, set grange will have a card party in the Caation hostess room Monday, Mah 16, at 1T.30 p. m. AUXILIARY MEETS The Sunset grange auxili'ax met at the ihme (ff 5s. John Tufto Tuesday. The. ades ae working on two qufl LADLES GATHER There were I0 ka.dies at the home of Mrs. Ha.Id Werhan Mond,ay to pl, a n a bake sale for Windsor gr 'age. The lad- ies made decorations for the tables to hep out e Para- dise grange ladies, who will have charge of the dini, ng Amber News By Jennifer Jordan SKATING PARTY The youth comm}ttee of the Amber grange is sponsoring an ice skating pry arch 22 from 3:30 to 5:30 p. m. at Five Mile Ice Plaza. All young peo- ple of the grange, children of grange members, and stu- dents of the Amber commun- ity are invited to attend. GRANGE NEWS 2Mesday, March 17, the granlge will visit the Tyler room at Wdsor grange on March 21 when Pomona grange meets in the Windsor gzange hall, with Parade grange as hast. Ste Nhster A. Lars Nel- son will] attend this mee$ing. JANE MINER WED Jane Davidso MA'ner, daugh- ter of Mrs. Edith Davidson, and Michel Gifard, M/2 Air- man staormd .at Farc"ld Air Base, were married a Satur- day in the Ltter Day Sain o Jesus Chri'St hurch at Post and In:ana. Coming for their so's wed- ding were Mr. marl Mrs. Her- bert Gifford and tbar:ee chil- dren ,of Medford, Ore., and Mr. rand Mrs. Bert Wilson of Endicott. The yung couple are mak3rg their lome at N. 1601 Etm in Spokane. TOUR IS PLANNED E,spn,la grange vdll be host this Friday o the ninth Pomona Fellowshp tour af 1964, with Moran laving charge of the program. Tues- day, March 17, Tyler grange will host the grargers er the tenth tour. The last tour will be AprLl 4 in the Bxca.rd Valley grange ha. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and ,Mrs. Callie HAcks of Grandview, WaSh., visited Mr. Hicks' aunt, Daisy Hicks, last weekend. Mr. ,and Ms. Herb Delzer attended the haske$DM1 game,s in Spokane ,ast weekend. Their son Stanley, was: one of the players on the Liberty School squad. Mr. arm Mrs. Ed Rtpp and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daniels visited .in Coeur d'Alene last Sunday. Mrs. Gus 0I AS visitLqg her son and du,Mr-indaw, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Caxman, in CaliVriia. Mrs. Carman worst to ,Ca]fMa to see her newest gaadsn, born recent- ly to Mrs. Bru, ce Crman. Guests the lst week at the home ,of Mrs. l'ora Smith were Mrs. Art I-hnenzurg, M. J. Shaw, Mrs. CTarlie Hageley, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rugp and Mrs. label Wayne,. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Decker e n,tertned at der last Su.n@a for the Wil'ld Barren family of Revere, Wash. Friday, MarCh 13, 1964 Cheney Pree Prom Page 3 grange. Lades are asked to take sandwiches or cookies. The grange wila meet from April 1 to Segtember an Fri- day rights and from October 1 to March 31 on Tuesdays. The next meeting will ,be on April 3 at 8:30. Du, es are past due. A certificate af appreci,tian was read from tim new March of Dimes or the grange's  d'o- nation of $28.63. The bood bank h six pints of blood left. Mr. and Mrs. 1. A. Cordi]] returrmd Tuesday from Pas- co where they kad been guests of the graxe cooperative wholesale lmavd of directm, s. At ,a dinner, in their h, onr Morday evenixg, Mr. Cordill was made an honorary mem- ber of the boad of drectors and pxesented an irscribed gold watch or his past six ears of service to the organ- ization. Beth Kidwel] wa a weekend gues of Jo Ellen Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordill, Kay a,nd Ann, Sue Ham, Ruth Boil, and Jennifer Jordm], went to a reception ,at Varm,ouver, Wash., this weekend. The Amber grade schol at- tended a roller skating party at Patterson's Roer cade Tuesday. Remember the Amber PTA ltluck supper an March 12. The entertitment will be two basketball gmes. The. firs will be between the boys B team ,and the fourth, fifth and sixth grade :girls. The second will be bewe.on the boys A team and the ahers. HOT LUNCH MENU ,Manday -- Somish rice, green to., ,salad, bread and butter, pears, mlk. Tuesday -- ttt pk sand- wSches, ,aisle sauce, ,hot ro]]s and butter, ice cream, milk. Wednesday -- Chili beans, cabbage and apple salad, COLT,- breal and butter, fruited je]]o, milk. Thursday -- Ckicken and roodles, candied ,sweet pota- toes, chocolate cake, k. Friday--Hamburgers, green beans, carrots, chocolate chip cookies, mi. MTS. Gerald Knudol alf Sharon were Friday lnce guests of Mrs. a D um- meier. Mrs. Bimi Du, mmer ws a Mbnday luncheon guest of Mrs. Anetta Jevue. Mrs. Dum- meier v'mted the Mead school on Tuesday. Ms Franc Mason visited in WMh Walla a few days this week. [ Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Grem- J ney of Spokane were Sunday [dinner guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grogan and PdChmxi. Mr. and Mrs. Edwi Oker- strata and Mrs. Boone Mill were Su, rday adten:oon guests of Mr..and Mrs. Leslie Mill and Ran. Mrs. Jim Mier and Mrs. Charles Miller Jr., with their fami.ies, were . hursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles lille.r Sr. They brotht over a cake and celebrated Charles Millex Sr.'s bay. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rietz and family were Sunday 'guests of Mr. ,ad Mrs. Ha Knauft of Spokane. Veterans are responsible for the repaymert of their G. I. loans. Sh,ould the ve.erran de- faut ,on ,his ,paymen, ts .axed the Veterans Administi have to pay a claim to the lender. the vetera, n wi,]] owe the Gov- ernmen the 'anmu he V A ,had to pay. 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That s because it has high-mounted independent coil springs in the front and Mona-Plate single-leaf springs in the rear. With eye,thing Chevy II Super Sport has go- ing for it, it s no surprise your Chevrolet dealer is anxious to show you its price tag. Because that's the only thing about it that isn't super. THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet. Chevelle. Chevy ]I. Corvair Corvette ,.gee them at lour Chevrolet Ehourfoom Brown and Holter Motor Co. 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY BE 5-6231