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Pago 2 Cheney Free Pre Friday, March 26. 1965 "rhP CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Ehtered at the Post Office at Cheny, Washington, as Second Class Matter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every NATIONAl. EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. J JA SSCTIN Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year - "' ',--i_.!C All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER JACK PIERCE .................................... EDITOR STEVE POWELL, ADVERTISING MANAGER Paradise Prairie By Lana Evans CUTTING BEE HELD A wood-cutting bee was held t ,he Roy Daltan an f,or the benefit of Paradise Grange. Several grange members par- ticipated, with four chain saws keeping a steady hum. Another woodcutting session is plian- be held in Yakima May 1. The SPEBSQSA was founded in Tul- sa, Okla., in1938 and lasgrown to e membership of Dozen" 250,- 000. Members in this area meet every Monday at 7 p. m. at the Bolero Bowling Alley n Spo- kane. Anyone wishing infoam,a- ton may cortact H,o.uston at R1 7-7616. BANQUET ATTENDED ned for tomtorrow morning, Mrs. Clarence Ro,ss attended aa to be held at the Dalton a cu,rriculum ba,nquet this f',:m Au ,hl.h,,mo C.:'n, ]week at the Davenporrt Hotel. atcanrs are urged to .a.rtici-]Dr. VanTrl spoke on Edu a- ate ............... I tion and the C;h*arrging Socie- " " __ __ ty." CARD PARTY SET . - A card party will be eld at RETIREMENT PARTY SET the Paradkse Grange hall Sat- Mrs. Eli Fielding will be hos- urday evening at 8 p. m. Vsit- ors are werleome. CLINIC PLANNED Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lew will lmkl ,a ,lorsemanship clinic at 1 April 3, anti at 9 a. m. April 4 't he Spokane Stockyards. Pegkstratin is required and the clia'e ks ope to the p'b- lic. For information contact Sack or Elvetta is at the Tack Slop, KE 4-9331. The Lewlses recently held a clinic in Othello. NEW MEMBERS WANTED William Houston, a member of he Barberrhop Chorus, nmre formally known as the Society for the Presewathn and Ereouragenent ,of Barber- s,bxp Qtmrtet Sirging in Amer- ica, a'eports th'at he will attend the Irterrmtional Barbershop Chorus pl, ay-offs in Boston ou June 22 co 26. The 60 mean,bets in :his eorus last year beat 15 other chommes to win he dis- trict clampionship. The sin,g- ing ,groups are eligible to go into irernati.oral empetitian if they win he district cham- pioSlp. Three quartets are chosen ,from the Evergreen dstrict. The regi,onM competition will CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate seled bid propos- als are available for educaan- al equipmen and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Roam ]21, Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) Directory City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 23S-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. CHENEY ELECTRIC SHOP Complete Wiring & Repair Electric Contracting Free Estimates. No Job Too Small. Norm Lewis 235-6528 i29tf I CHENEY PLUMBING SHOP Complete Repair and Plumbing Service Licensed & Bonded Marvin Becker 321 1st St. 235.6528 j29tf tess at a farewell party this evening for Mrs. Julie CUrtis, who ks reirirg from her job at Lakend Village. Mrs. Fielding is a co-worker of Mrs. Curtis,. GRADUATES GATHER Bill Itouston, an inhal'ation them, pst, attended a reunion meeting held or gradaates o the Sacred Heart SChool of A,nesthesia. Dr. Raph B,ea'g spoke on "Open Heart S,ur- gery." CERAMICS -GROUP MEETS Mrs. Jck Cole and Mrs. Mel Traband attended a ceramics ch.s at the ,home of Mrs. Hazel Qu,ade of Hillyard Thursday afternoon. Anyone interested in j oiniing may contact Mrs. Traband at TE 8-8195. HORSE SHOW SET The Argonne Vile horse slw will be held April 24-25 in the Argorme Village armor. For mere information er entry blanks contact Ray Sash at WA 6-4622. R.ay McClellan ,and Bud Nel- son ,are new horse show judg- es n this area. Ohrks Adler is ,a new mem- ber of the Wahmgton State Horsemen's Association. Mrs. Eli Feliug ave a birthday party for tmr five- year-old graalson, Mark Field, irg, Last weekend. This week Ms. Fietng was a luncheon. guest of her. a.U/lt and UTI1, Mr. urid Ms. Willard Garret. Sunday afterroon guests of the Robert Kirks were the Jhn Kirks of Mead. Carol Kirk was a weekend guest of Kathy Owen. Vic Snell of Ne- braska was a guest at the Ib- eft Kirks. The George Pestanas were Sunday caRers of the Ed' Wests. Dave ManMield of Windsor was Steve West's guest Sattwday. Russell West visited Glen Peraw on Saturday. Mrs. Kirmr froan Elmira was a Friday caller at the Gem'ge Rupp home. Rupp's mother, who was 94 years ld in Feb- ruary, has been confined to hey home since Segtember, wh'en she had a 2-monlh stay in he hospial with a broken hip. rs. J'hn Parker reports that Jeff and @ary are entered in the science fair at Spargle. Jef',s ehibit is on archaeology i nd Gary .has a join,t project with Hal Bovten or "An,is." Betty Johnson, Carol Kirk, Larry Green nd ,Ron Mrvi- son aed,ed 'a party held Fri- day ,rghi by Qmnton Waal of Windsor. The Mntreys pro- vided music. Lst week Carol and Ron were party guests of Frarcks Seymore. Kenny Wasenmiller was home for a visit Wednesday through Monday of last week from Walh Walla College. The fa.iy journeyed to Obarne Idaho, on Sau, rday. Mr. and Mrs. George Cark .nd Ohester were Sunday din- ner guests of the Roy Daltons. Snday afterroon callers also included the Louie Archies of Spokane and the L. K. Es. Monday evenin!g the Dave Cockburns entertained the George Chrks at dimaer. Sharon Cockburn was a weekend guest of Judy Babb. On Saturday Sharon ,and Judy went to the eourtho.use in Spo- kane o ,help put out the 4-H club news bulletin. Mr. and Mrs. Ry Daltoa't were guests Saturday evenin Rummage Sale SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY FROM BABY TO GRANDMA FURNITURE, RUGS, CLOTHING, BABY ITEMS, WHITE ELEPHANTS, ETC. MARCH 31 - APRIL 1,2, 3, 9 A. M.-5 P. M. LEGION HALL ST. ROSE ALTAR SOCIETY I for dinrmr and bridge at the: Earl Rohwer home in Spartgle. Other guests included the Scot- ty Robwers and Dr. and Mrs. Burnett of Spokane. Joe Johnston has been asked to serve on the co:mmittee for the development of the play- ground a, rea at Windsor school. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swanson journeyed to Clarkston last Wednes,d, ay to visit Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dalton, lo,n,g-time former residenLs of this area. Spangle News By Jeanne Green BOND ISSUES TO BE VOTED ON A $22,000 bond issue will be voted .on April 6. This money will be used in grading, drain- ing and surfacing the streets within the city 'limits of Span- gle. There will also 'be a speca(l bond for the sclool system on tle ballot. It .is urged that all go to the pols and vote. LADLES AID MEETS The Spangle, Ladies Aid met 't ,the home of Mrs. Buck Ma,n- gks. There were 12 meanbers a,rd three visitors present. The ,next meetin  be at the h'ome of ''M. Bertha Hall April 7 at 2 p. m. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Elmer Beuffhan was a lun- che,on guest at the N, ortma Jen- n,ings borne last Tuesday in c,el,ebration of his hih@ay. In the evening ',he was a supper guest ,at the George D orison home in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Norton Jerrfings ,and Brenda and Steve Kennedy joined the group at the Dedson lmme lat- er in the evening for Beugh- an's birthday cake. HOUSEWARMING GIVEN Neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. ordon Wichman recently held a h, otse warrng ,or he fam- ily. The Wehmans ave Wing on the Ervin Ze!h fa,rm at Spangle. LHS TEAM PLACES Liberty's hnd j.trdgiag team pheed sixth .n a contrast ut Dayton last Saturday. Tem members included Start Get. hauser, Karl En, gle, David SwR, and Joe Schmitz. FHA GROUP AT CHENEY Fi'fty membexs of the IAber- ty FHA Chapter attended reg- :in,al recognition day a Che rey. Their special dues were to ,take roll call and to provide two timers f, or the skit. Nine- teen chapters were represeaa- ed at the meeing. JESKE TO GET DEGREE Jerry Jeske ,as been rtoti- fled that he has been awarded the State F, armer Deree. He will attend the sate eonven- on at Pullman for the formal presentation next Friday eve- ning. Steve Greth, officio,1 dele- gate, and Kenrmy Chusen, a band member, will represent the Liberty FFA Chapter at the eonventio Wedaesday through Saturday of next week. DEBATE TEAM BUSY IAberty lost to Chewelh in a debate at Lberty last week. Hovever, the squad showed great improvement. Judges for tls debate were Don Ottosen rd Reihld Leitz. Iast Saturday he debate squad .attended a novice tour- rmnmnt at Harington. Each team debated three times. In the first contest LHS was soundly beate by Nevprt. The second round was a vic- tory ov Lind, and Chewelah barely squeezed by to win the final ,contest. Liberty debaters fe,lt hat they gained valuable hffovmatiou and practice. SCHOOL PLAY SET "The Angel Brats," an all- sclmol production directed by Mr. Feneht and sponsored by the Junior class, will be pesent- ed tng. It is a three act] phy guaranteed to make you ag.h til your sides ache. The pray witl be given at the Liber- ty hi,gh school gym at 8 p. m. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Ed Strock spent several flays at the James Foster h,one in Spolcane last week. She ws helping with the new baby which was ,announced ...last week. Bonnie a,nd Donnie Green spo last Thursday with their grandparents, Mr. d Mrs. Gordon Green o Spokane. They returned home Friday. rs. Grace Philleo under- Tyler News By Wanda Stengle TYLERITES TRAVEL Mrs. Velm,a Davis and Mr. ,arid Mrs. Duke Sw,aman: and Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Lightle of Reardan droe to St. Jo,hn Sun:day to visit at the ome of Mr. arid Mrs. Fraaaeis Kelly. Lightte sings with the "Me,ody Singers" of Spokane. Followin the program at the St. Jolm Methodist chu,rch they had din- ner with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kelly, who returned wih Mrs. Davis to Tyler in the eve,nng. SPENDING WEEKEND Mr..and Mrs. Dick Harris and children are spending the week at the home ,of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harrick. The E'llensburg school is llJa- ing its annual sprin.g vacation. They will also be sbaying with Janice's family in Cheney. NIECE INJURED Mr..and Mrs. John Maurer ent eye surgery last Thurs- day. She returned h,o,me Satur- day and her condition is very od. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Green, Bonnie, Donnie and Lonnie and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strack visited at the Jim Foster ,home Sunday. Mrs. Martha Neilsen, Mrs. Louise Pittman, Mrs. W',flma Schieche and Mrs. Edna Reilly attended a gradu, atiou t EWSC Mareh 18. Miss Yvoo_rm Krmth was one of the graduates. She now has .her BA degree in Ed- ucation. Mrs. WLlma Knuth and Shirly of Ritz%lie also attend- ed. While phying basketball with friends Sunday, Jerry Sehff, eehe f0ll and broke his a, nkle. He is in a walkirgZ east and it is expected to tale about six weeks to henri. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jones of Medical Lake, Mrs. Mary Sie- gel of ColvLlle and Mr. and Mrs. C. Hen, gen o S,polane were Saturday guests at the Henry Jones lmme. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M ehrer of Grandview were Saturd, ay overnight guests of the Claude Schieehes. The Me,hr. ers also visited the Austin Brewers and Vern Smiths. ,Mr. arid Mrs. C.'aud, e Schie- che ,attended the. awards ban- quet ,at the Spokane gun dub in Greeaacres Sunday evening. Schiece received the 20 yard andica.p trophy and a gh team pm. Mr. and Mrs. Butdz Kimth, Mrs. Bertha Grunewald, Mrs. Elva Jones, Ms. Cecelia Burns, ad Mrs. Loui Pittman vis- Red the Hillyard Rebeka.h lodge last Fridsy. ,Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Frieh- man and .a,rnily and Miss Tam- my I-hrp were Sunday guests he Gordon Crabtvee home. The group celebrated Donna Crabtree's birthday. , ( drove to Ellermburg recently to father run the store while they be with her niece w,ho was in- are away. They were expected jured in ,an accident, bei'g hit to rturn about Wednesday o by a motorcycle. The 3-year- this week. old girl renmins in serious con- Mrs. John Ham a,hid daagh- dition, ter Kay, Mrs. Wflma Pl.otts of Mr. :and Mrs. C].arerme Karl ehner attended ,at the home of Dr. Grant Thomas of Cheney a birthday party for the LDS Re,tief Society, Sa.turday night. Forty were prese. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brawn and family bad Sunday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ttoward Buob of Cheney. The occasion was to celebrate the 65th birthd, ay of Margie's fath- eT. Mrs. J. P. Brown called on Leslie Brown over the week- end at the Cheney Nursing Home and repcs ,he is doing fairly well. Mrs. Lol, a Lamphier is now residing at the Cherney Nurs- ing liome. Mrs. Myrtle A. Ableman and Mr. and Mrs. Arley Ableman enjoyed lunch at the home of Mrs. Emily Cable of Cheney las't Monday. Dek and Janiee Harris and children of Ell.en*sburg called on Mr. a.rd Mrs. LeRoy Jack- son Sunday evening. Mrs. Poly Ableman, Mrs. Joyee Son:ne,born and s,on Dan- Cheney, Mr. and P}otts of Edwall Ol,man and Spoilage had home of Mr. and Pls of ny Mrs. Margie Re:tter and :daughter Terry lad lunch with Mrs. Helen Jackson ad Billy Monday. Mr. arid Mrs. Art Stengle and chitdren drove to Oroville Satu,rday, returning the same day. Recent visitors at the home of the Chet Cocoers were Mr. ,nd irs. M,a'son and cttildren of Wall,a Wlla. Mrs. El,e,an:or Scheltk and son John arid granddauhter Renee McKown, ,le last Fri- day for a visit with her sister at Encino, Galff. Mrs. Nmacy McCmwn has been helpirg her The Cheney Chapter of FUTURE FARMERS For Buying AndS;l:ipnagising OF AMERI COINS John's C01N Will have complete contr_ol Chevron Station at 308 First SHOP Saturday, March West 506 Sprague Ave. Spokane John J. Naccarato" RI 7-4490 Bus. FA 8.4740 Res. 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