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Hews Joyd Lovell RI 7-3834 ENJOY Mrs. A. O. (Bud) who have lived on creek now for many retired and are their lovely ranch a setting of pine tree,s peace and quiet and everyone looks for in keeps busy with and chores around while Mrs. Anne Fis- poetry in her Iei- d Anne love to travel seen most ,all the Canada by and horseback. They an ideal retired cou- coffee pt is always and neighbors in for a visit. RS BUSY mmbers of Four C or- Mrs. Arnold ,and Mrs. Edmond also Pomona off i- will participate in Pe- on Saturday at ange starting at 10:30 will be joined by Lbers from Four Cor- make up the quar- "Pe,arls of Her- Earl Lindberg Melvin Bedien,t. The of Harmony" the initials P. of H. for Patrons of Hus- I Grange. The quartet sang at Mica Flats Idaho and for the :ree team at Central RTY r'TENDED par and luncheon Carnation hostess t Thursday was well ',There were 67 tick- 14 tables of cards. of Four Corners 14 prizes and They wish TO those who attended Buying Selling Appraising INS and those who heIped with this project. TWO YOUTHS JOIN ALFALFA DRILL TEAM Linda Bauer and Ronald Prasky of the Foar Comers Grange ,have joined the fun de- gree drill tc.am called the Al- l:alto team, recently organized by the Pomona Grange youth chairman. GUEST SPEAKER AT YOUTH SERVICE The Rev. John Bennett of Youth for Christ will be the guest speaker at the Marshall Community church youth ser- viees on Sunday, March 21st, at 6:30 p. m. All young people in the community are invited to attend these meetings. James Leonard joins his twin l h,,,,,J_,,A h,,,|.,|A sisters Kimmie and Robin. ]  r'flllJU|:] V[dI[|U While Mommie is in the hspi-[ B ' - tal the twins are staying with[ y Lana I:vans Bonnie, Donnie and Lonnie [HARTMEIER AUCTION Green. [ IS SUCCESSFUL 1 An auction held Sattrd!ay, at BLUE BIRDS PARTY The Spangle Blue Birds held a slumber party at the Jack DeGon h.ome last week. Help-' ing Mrs. DeGon were Judy Cor,amesser and Cindy Kon- shuek. Th, ose attending the party included Rene Crabtree, Malinda and Bonnie DeGon, Penny and Terry Baird, Jill Fl'aig, Lou Ann Houston, Bon- nie Morgan, Janet Sc,hie,c,he, and Kathy Kaplan. ROECKS TAKE 2ND PRIZE Alan Roecks received $10 for his second,place rating in LEONARD RALPH the FFA district speech con- HOME ON LEAVE test at Pomeroy. He received Leonlard Ralph, son of Mr. congratulations from Bert L. and Mrs. Wesley Ralph, is Brown, State FFA Advisor, and home on leave from his basic other important persons. training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Aan spoke at Moses Lake Me. Private Ralph planned to Saturday evening. In order to leave Wednesday to attend be eligible for state, he must Electronics scho,ol in New Jar- place first or second there. say for seven months. He is a 964 graduate of Cheney hih  school, j iDULT AG CLASS J TAKES TRIP TO WSU The adult a class traveled GRANGE TO MEET to WSU to observe the'Jr scion- ON WEDNESDAY [ti['ic davelopnmnts in eaSt!e, The Four Corners Gran,ge sheep, and swine. LtIS Vo-Ag will meet on Wednesday, Mar. instructor, Mr. Fish::'r, who 24. Interest in the Grange do- had taught the class accom- ings seams to be high with 22 !:anicd the group. present at the last meeting. Dr. Dyer, WSU scientist, was The meeting time is 8 p. m on hant to ,arrange the tour for the group. Feeding, breed- PERSONALS ing, and management develop- Corlis Andrews of Lenore ments were some of the points Idaho, visited friends around brought out. Marslall on Saturday and was a dinner guest of the Ll, oyd Lovells. Ite resided here for several years before going to Lenore with the George Kru- g,rs who also lived here. He also visited with his grandson ary Woolery in Cheney. We were all interested in news from the Harold Woolerys who have been employed in Anlara, Turkey, for several years. Mr. and Mrs. J'ames Stinne,tt and family were ,gues at the home of Mr. and M_vs. Wes laIph Iast week. The Stirmett family are former reside, Is of Marshall and their sons Jack ,and Mike visited with many ,old school friends. Mrs. Ed Gonia, accompan- ied by Mrs. Helen Frunz, Mrs. EvelTn Arnold arid Mrs. a- gen ,and Mrs. LaCount OF Spo- lane, drove to Seattle to visi,t friends and relatives for the weekend. 01 " S00n(lle News O p By Joanne Green (Alice Jeanne Young) re the proud parents of a 9 lb.-1O oz. baby boy born March 14. Sprague Ave. ;pokane J. Naccarato 7-4490 Bus. 8-4740 Res. Member PNNA, 84 CONTEST At /00osman's FHA MEMBERS RECEIVE DEGREE Twenty-one girls received junior and chapter degrees at the FHA meeting held Tues- d*ay evening. Receiving the junior degree were Jeanne Stuart, Jennie Hnsen, Sandy Hagen, Vicki Dalton, Shirley RMey, Judy Baird, Bonnie McClellan, Sam- mie Young, and Sue E,mil. Chapter degrees went to Jill Robinson, Marsha Hein, Leith Critchtow, Kay Cuff, Sally Fel- genbauer, Janice Kruse, Earthy Ostheller, Jane Brineken, Janet Thieren, and Julie Roellick. Drlene Wright wi g,e her State Degree later. Pat Cornyall, candidate for "Director of the YeaTbook" answered several questions that may coafrort her a,t Reg- ioral Recognition Day. can find someone who undersells 'S on any item of the same -= and quality,... Mr. ad Mrs. Fxed Baird, Mr..and Mrs. Bill Thulon of Spokane, ,and Mrs. Maurice i Piersol were Friday evedng supper guests 'at the Elbert RAMBLE INN IS Baird lome. tINDER NEW MANAGEMENT :Mr. and Mrs. Rormie Green Mrs. Eve Koetmick has tak- Bonnie, Donnie, and Lonnie en over management of the were Thursday evening supper Poamble Inn. Mrs. K, oapnick guests at the Jim Foster home. comes from Spokane and will Mrs. Lucy Orwiter from the now make her hgme at Span- coast, sister of Austin Brewer is visiting the Brewer home for gle. several days. STORK ARItlVES Little Donnie Green had an Mr. and Mrs. James Foster overnight ,stay with .his gmn!d- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon }ast Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith of Spolane were Sunday guests at the Paul Siever home. -Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Green of Spokane visited with Roy Mill and Mr. and ,Mrs. Verl Helmet Sunday. They were Sunday supper guests at the Ron @reen ,home. Mr..ad .Mrs. Hugh Raft en- tertained ,at a pot luck din.nor Sunday. The '.guests were OES matrons and patrons and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Corky Corn- messer left Monday for Pleas- anton, Calif. Corky will be eva- preyed there. He has just fin- ished his hitch in the n, avy.. The Odd FeKows Hall is undergon!g a spring cleaning and pain,t job. Members of the Odd Fellows, Rebelhs and Grange ,lave been cleaning and Ervin Rasmussen will pain the hall. Whole cutting meat Mrs Mary Brewer cut her fin,ger and bad to make a quick trip to Fairfield and lind five stitch- es in her fknger. A1 tIa, ckbarth underwen srgery Monday. There was no report on his condition before news went in Monday. Five members of Homemak. ors Club, Mrs. Fred Buert, Mrs. Jack tlngel, Mrs. George Httehinson, Mrs. Hen. Hen- gen and Mrs. avold Girsber- ger attended le March meet- WIN A 20% DISCOUNT ON ITEM IN OUR STORE. rest be regular charges  No sales or speciars Jity and Type of Items must be Identical. The Fish or Beef Smorgasbord Friday, I)5 All You Can Eat .......... .O CHILDREN'S PORTIONS the late ,Joe Hartmeier's farm on Paradise Prairie, drew large crowds and w,as corsidered sue- eessful. Cliff Williams was the auctio.ecr, .and ,he bidding was brisk througho,ut the en- tire sale. Items far the sale ranged from farm machinery and equipment to ,ho,useihold and personal god's, much o,f the latter including some c:her- ished antiques. Mr. artmeier, who passed away in February at the age of 74, 'had farmed the property his parents had homesteaded in the 1870's. CARD PAR-Y --E LD There were 10 tables in play at the Paradis,e Grange card party Friday eveni,g. High man was Robert B,owern; Mrs. Bryce Arndt won with high Iscore for women, ,and Don 'Ilodgson won the door prize. IThe next meetin. will be held at: the hall this evening. l'amona (;range will be held at Plaza Grange March 20, startin. .at 10:30. Spangle will ass;st in s'r\\;r.g lunch. Fifth de;ree will be Riven at 7:30. WESTERN PONY ASSOCIATION FORMED A1 N. ttefte reports that at new pony fan'eiers' organiza- tion has been formed, with Arlo Huber as chairman. The group meets the first Saturday evening of each m(mth, with an educational program on the agenda to include many areas of interest related to ponies. The membership is grovin.g rapidly, and it is hed lat the Valley Irriat}on office can be used as a regular meei- ing place. Several area resi- !dents ave members, including the Bill Lees ,of Deep Creek ,and the Ted Greens of Mar- shall. Anyone wish.m_g more in- formati.on readin,g the organ- ization may conSa, Mr. Hutber at WA 4-5053. Mr. George Clark's,aun., Mrs. Helen. Manners, 86, passed away ]n a Spokane ,nursing home last week. She has been an i'valid sin(ce sire yeas hit by an tautomobfle bout five years ago. Pastor Phil Adams offic- iated ,at the funeral Tuesday, March 16, and burial ws at Greenwood cemetery. Eugen Adams, a member of the Board of Directors of the Inland Power and Light Credit Union, attended a din- ner and meeting t the Coeur d'Alene hotel Ttmsday evening. The Clarence Rosses altend- ed Mrs. Ross's grandfather's 77h birthday dinner Sunday at Newport. The tresses attend- ed the Eastern Star pancake feed in Cheney, a,nd Mrs. Ross i harped serve. Mrs. Joe Boeanegre ws hos- tess for a Monday luncheon for Mrs. Hal Hauer and Valexie and Mrs. Matt Skocilich and Mary, Pat and Mark. Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeGor entertained their cousins, Mr. ,and Mrs. Gilbert Ne.son of Fruitvale, B. C. last weekend. Sunday evening callers at the L. K. Evans' home we.re the Louie Arehies of SPokane, and the Roy Daltons. The Arehies have just returned from a va- cation trip to Hawaii. Harold Shane was a Satur- day visitor at the A1 Smiths. The Smiths left yesterday for Salem to pick up their dugh- ter, Beverly, and drive her TO WaIla Wa,la College for the spri, rg quarter. Thursd,ay Mrs. Marie Ross took tle Libey high school debate team to Harrington. Mr. ,and Mrs. Clarles Wen- del, Jr. of Opprnity called on the Floyd Cennelys Sunday. Mr. land Mrs. Walter DeMille of Spokane were Saturday,,, din- ner guests of the Ed Bloom- quists. The Ed Wests enjoyed din, r..er ,at the Ridpah loof Friday evening. Later Mrs. West at- tended a Minnesota Woolen ing of the Homemakers Coun- cil at the Darigeld rooms and served the salad with the Lad- ies of Wild Rose club to a group of 115. Miss Loain Stowe gave an interesi t'k .on her Peace Corps service on the Ivory Coast of Mriea in the nmnig. Dr. John Drisell also gave ,a talk. .Mrs. Loulse Pittman enter- rained at a luncheon nfl party for ,some past mazns. Those atten,ding were Elsie Nelson, Alta Palmer, Margaret Hedges Sylvia Plummer and Margret Bond. Mrs. Louise Pittman attend-' ed a dnne" .at the Clden Hour in Spokane Sunday. The d'm nor was for past matrons ,and patrons of 1962-1963. Mrs. Minnie Knuth, Mrs. Elva Jones, and Mrs. Louise Pittman attended a Royal Neighbors meeting at Oheney Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Hutch- ison entertained at a dinner party on Sarurday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blauert, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hengen, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Girsber- ger enjoyed the evening. Mills party at the Ylatt Skoool- iehs. Aso attending he party were Mrs. Joe Bocan.egre, Mrs. Jim Murphy, Mrs. Hat Haue, Mrs. Duane Oestman, and Mrs. Kent ttelmer; ,a guest from Ro- sa]ia. Jean,niter Phinney is recuper-  atlng at home from a tonsil- ectomy last week. i Mr. and Mrs. Eli Fielding en- tertained their son and family, the Lamarr Fieldings of Spo- kane Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clarke had as a he,use guest this week Mrs. Fred Lckh,ard of Lewis- ton. J. K. Mullen of Moran Prairie and Mr. Ken Hoising- ton, Fairchild, visited Sunday. Mr. Hoisingtan is testing today for airman of the week at Fair- Friday, arch 19, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 3 i with her son Lee i Cheney at the eoRsem ,in Spokane, l'ast week. She was 'h,elping 'staying ,overphffht with Mrs. with the children after the at- Schell's mother, Mrs. Kienholz. rival of the newest little grand- On the way borne Wednesday son. Mrs. Sehel,l had the misfor. tune to trip and fall in Chermy Mr. and Mrs. Don Shea at- which resulted in ,a bad sprain tended a dinner for Sunday of her right ankle. school teachers Saturday eve ........................... child. Debbie .a,d Kim at the home [ L. K. Evans attended a of Mrs. Wand a StenEle. , Thursday luncheon this week ning ,at the Nazarene church of Cheney. Rev. Ivester from Spokane v,alley was special speaker. Miss Peggy Sims o Cheney was the Sunday dianer guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Shea. Recent visitors from Espa- nolo were Mrs. Luella Khn and son Joseph and Mrs. Clara Ellen Bassart and daug'hters. Visitors ,at the Lee R.y Ja,ck- son tmme last Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Gone Jiackson of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bunk of Cheney. Ralph Konshuk spet Sn- day with Charles Davis. Mrs. Helen Robbin,s of Ore- Title, her daughter Mrs. Sherry No,rthcutt and granddaughter Pamela and Mrs. Fern Wines all of Oroville were weekend vsitors at the home OF Art Stengle. Last Tuesday evening Mrs. Myrtle A. Ableman ,and Mrs. Joe Schcll attended a travelog WHEAT GROWERS! NOW CLEARED FOR US FOR SELECTIVE WEED CONTROL IN WHEAT. For the Control of Hard to Kill Broadleaf Annual Weeds, GET BANVEL.D HOWl Grange Supply Cheney I Time For Spring Clean-up Is NOW! HEAVY DUTY VI NYL LATEX Interior Satin Finish Extreme resistance to scrubbing. One co coverage over most surfaces Self priming No drip appiicaion No painty odor Dries rapidly Comes "m 7 beautiful decorator eol. 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Mrs. Clay Metzger's mother, Mrs. Ev:e,lyn Cameron, m home convalescing =after spending 10 days at Sacred Heart hospitN following a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson drove to Fairfield Sunday to visit with Mrs. J,ahnsan's sister and family. Tyler News For selective, broad spectrum weed control in wheat, use: BanveI-D Plus 2,4-D L. V. Ester Tank Mix Combinations. Higher Grain Yields Low Cost, Effective Control Faster, Easier Harvesting. By Wanda Stengle My apology to liss Ruth Lyrm Robinson, new daughtex of Mr. arid Mrs. Ron Pabingo, who arrived Feb. 26, or nor getting the news in the paper at least by the rmxt Mond,ay. She weighed 7 1,bs., 9 oz. and j,otns a sister, Julia. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Cdbert Petevson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown served refreshments ,at the grange meeting Tuesday eve- mrg. Gilbert Peterson recently t- tended at Pullman a co-opera- tive ass'n directors meeting from Feb. 24 to 26. Mr. and Mrs. GiIbert Peter- son, Mr. and Mrs. Jhn Ham attended the eamber OF com- merce banquet 'at Sprague school Saturday evening. }Yiday evening, Mrs. Dick Jorffar and daughter Jennifer Miss Kisty Noreius, Miss Gaye Swegle of Chene% visited Kay in preparation for Iaye's itfittati, on into Job's Daugh- ters Tuesday evening, Marc,h 23. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Welch and Vickie ,of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Potts and Mrs. Wil- ma Ptotts and Rusty Ko'll,oway: were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. ,and Mrs, J'o,hn Ham. Miss Dorothy Abbott called en her mother Mrs. Ira Jack- son l,at Tuesday. Rev. e Nichols and family and Mr. and 'Mrs. Stun Handpicks of Ch'eney were Stmday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sbea and m- .y. Mrs. Bill Kieth reports a new sign in front of their building, a big gllobe with a torch. The ormex Phips 66 has changed to Kieth's American Gas ai Oil Service. Mrs. Sharon Shea attended Monday morning a Bi'ble study grottp of .he Oheey Nazarene chtrreh ,at the home f Mrs. Caeol Betz of Cheney. Mrs. Lloyd &bleman has re- turned home a, fter h,er stay nIIVELSlCOL CHEMICAL CORPORATION 341 East Ohio Street, Chicago, Illinois 60611 II I III I ..... : : Make the whole family happy with a new Ford... from Ratcliffe Co., Cheney