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(heney Anna Phillips AT GRANGE East Cheney Grange last Fri.d,ay evening ication of Donald A. read. Eme: labb interesting report Grange Co-op annual agriculture and the Elizabeth Babb an- the next and last card be Saturday evening. introduced Mr. Leo Thorns of plaza. showed pictures of ) to and from 'and in Mr. Thams invited to the REA meeting at 10 a. m. in Sho- at Eastern State College. guests were present Four Corners, Four Spangle represent- Cheney 4-H decid- a car wash April 17 mey-makng project. were given by on Butter Dips, by how to make a Hardie; how and zse darts, by Karen Kruiswyck, Spokane :tension agent, will be the next 4-H meet- and ill show mov- The East Che- assembled the 4-It the Spokane county !ast I,'ricay evening. members and Mrs. DN H,ae and Mrs. Dick Camp. 'GUERNSEY MEETING HELD The Inland Empire Guern- sey elub met '.at the Dick Camp home for a mee,/in'g and social afternoon. Present were Mrs. Harold Ashenbren'er and De- anne of St. John, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kincaid, Mrs. Ethei )lerkt. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gibson and Gary of Deer Park, Mr. and Mrs.George McPh.ers:on, Rock- ford, a,nd Mrs. Harold Paisley and Arlene of Spirit Lake, Ida. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Staley and Marra ,of Walk Walls were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartford and fa.milyi of Four Lakes joined them on I Sunday evening. The ladies are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Stroup. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown were their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Hasack of Taco- nla. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lab.ish and Jennifer attended a 4-H club card party at the home of Al- vin Dew last Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish, Joyce and Jennifer were din- =cr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wahl. Mr. and Mrs. David Buddri- us and Duane of Ahnira were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs., Clarence Davis and Mrs. Anna Phillip:. Other Sunday c allersl were Darrell Stelzer and Mrs. Esther Stelzcr. Saturday callers Mrs. Lervy Russell and Mrs. Mike Berdego, both of Deer Park, joined 50 other dairy wives ,for a two day statewide public relations meeting at Olympia. Highlights of the first day were meetin Mrs. Dan Evans, touring the governor's mansi'on and the state capitol. The second day guest speak- ors were Jerry Zubrod, m.nag- or, Washington Newspaper Publishers Ass'n; Bill Carter, news editor KGY, Olympia; Bob Nein, editor, Northwest Dairy News; Fred Olsen, narn- ager, Bob HNlberg, public re- lations, Washington Dairy Pro- ducts Cam.mission. Guest speaker at noon was Adele Furgeson, reporter of the Bremerton Sun. Washing-i ton Dairy Princess Janet Pearce showed slides on the 1964 Washington Dairy Prin- cess contest. Mrs. Frances Fra- ley, Seattle model and charm eoasultant, arranged a charm [course for the Spokane county i Dairy Princess contest April 9. The Dairy Wives were guests J o,f the Washington Dairy Pro- ducts commission. Harshall News Mrs. Lloyd Lovell RI 7-3834 WINDSOR JSCHOOL FORMS NOON BALL TEAM The seventh and eighth grade boys of Windsor Elementary School, under the guidance of Principal Fay, have organized eight softball teams to play during noon hour. Captains elected were Grog Hudson, Da-; present: Judy were Mrs. Jim Glick and Lot- rid Lovcll, Ralph Pryo.r, ttenry Saario, Karen Dot;- ena of Ahnira and Miss Lois Carroll, Mike Pabon n' ;'di t D " - , ,  , al, ald and Amta \\;\,cbcr l)auht *'''-" " " ' " " - g .3 rialeltl Larlmer anu i ns Stelzer, Carolyn --- ILarry Green. ] Camp, Parabola and[ Mr. and Mrs. Dick Camp at-[ Each captain drew names l Lrdig:, Helen Head- tended the DHIA annual meet-[from a hat to get his team of tma]l, Mary. Boots, ing. Itoward Shepard, countY[mixed seventh and ei'ghth z, MrS.dricl Ed Betz,.. Mrs. t gent,. sho ed. slides on liquid [,rade boys. 'ihere' are two din-' s Mr Bob manure dlsp,o,al n ..... " ..... , '- - " sc, zJua anu eacn noon two Mrs. Albert Babb, I Mrs. Dick Camp of Spangle, games of four or five innings eat Growers[ Cockle, Sowthistle, Dog Fennel, Fiddle- Buckwheat, Gromwell, Knotweed, Tarweed and other hard-to-kill broadleaf annual with: broad spectrum weed control in wheat, use: -D Plus 2,4-D L. V. Ester Tank Mix Combinations, her Grain Yields Low Cost, Effective Control Faster, Easier Harvesting. DL CHEMICAL CORPORATION 341 East Ohio Street, Chicago, Illinois 60611 New American Full-Length 4 Bar Cantilever Frame Short Wheel Base Chrome Rims Regulation Chrome Crank I Gear Ratio 36.20 36 Spoke Rear-Wheel Special Long Seat Nylon Tires Bendix Coaster Brake Regular Price $49.95 SALE PRICE $42.97 Edgett Bros. Marshall-Wells Store are played using four teams The other four teams coach vvatoh and kibitz. There are nine players on each time and sometimes, if there is an ab- sence, the captains use sixth graders to fill in. The boys are all enjoying the competition and it is readying them to start their softball sea- son. WINDSOR PTO MEETS The Windor Elernentary School PTO meeting last Tues- day was small in at,tend,ance but for tttose who attended ifc xas a very rewarding evening. The guest speaker was Dr. Waldemar Dahl of EWSC, a Russian language tracker. A report was heard on the WJttd,sor carnival to be rheld May 1. The chairman, Carmen Stewart, said that phns were u,nderway for several PTO groups to have folding bot'hs made for use by each group for their carnival. Tickets for the drawings will be on sale in the very near fu- ture and at that time the priz- es will have been purcttased. The next meeting in April will hear ,a panel of Cheney high school advisors to hep enswer questions for parents of children entering high school. CLUB DATE CHANGED The Four Corners Grange ladies club meeting date has been set ahead to April 8 and will be held at the home of: Mrs. Gus Kloppenburg at 1:00 p. m. Final plans are pending for the rumm!age sale April 13 and for the sewing, baking and v,eedlework contest held by l granges. thhe Pomona home eeonlom-[ its conference will be ,held at[ the Darigold hostess roon[ April 7 at 10 a. m. with pot-I luck lunch. I SEATTLE TRIP TAKEN Mrs. Henry Chase and Karen drove :to Seattle Frid.ayt spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Chase. They returned Sunday fternoon. GOLDEN WEDDING CELEBRATION ATTENDED lrs. Frank Greeaae and 'her daughter, Mrs. Robert Mackey, Spokane, drove to St. Maries, tdalo, o attetd the golden WHEAT GROWERS! N0W CLEARED FOR USE, FOR SELECTIVE WEED CONTROL iN WHEAT. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner Spokane county Pomona Grange met in the Plaza hall last Saturday with Spa,niXie Grange host, assisted by Me- In.task, Waverly, Plaza and Tri- angle Granges. The l'arge crowd was served a chicken droner at non ant a supper wiLh strawberry Short cake ,along with all the other food it takes for a banquet. The Pomona Ckaplain, Edith Scott, conducted a memorial service and draped the charter for Rose Nelson, who died rec- ently. Bob Shuster, Pomona Grange overseer for Whitman county, and Mrs. Shuster were present. Mr. Shuster gave a talk on conditions on the farm and the wheat situ,atfon. Dwight Beach, Pomona Grange overseer and ,a state grange deputy for Spoakne county, was elected alternate delegate to the state grange session for Pomona Grange. Earl Hill, deputy, and Ray Christenscn are in Seattle at- 1 , wedding anniversary of Mrs. (;reene's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. IIenry Barry. NEW SUBSCRIBERS Two new Free Press sub- scribers are welcomed by your reporter. They are Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Iels:)and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Skocilich. Tkanks aain for your interest and it's nice to have you with us. Any- one else interested i,a sub- scribing may contact Mrs. Lay- ell and she will be happy to take your order. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lindberg were home over the weekend from Met.aline Fails, where they are employed. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sumner are spending their acati(m in i Weiser, Idaho. Whe they are away T. C. Oquist of Portland is replacing Sumner as relief operator at Scribner. Mrs. Lloyd Level1 attended the luncheon and demonstra- tion of the Fairchild Home- makers Wednesday at the Pair- child youth center. The Lloyd Loels were din- ner guests of Mr. and M. Dan Venziano in Spokane Saturday. Others present were Mrs. Mal- ]!ie Carlson and her grandchil- dren, Oandace and Doughs Carlson of Coeur d'Alene and Cheryl Lovell of Spokane. Guests at the A. O. (Bud) Fischer home over the week- end were C. B. Audrews of Le- hare, Idaho, andr, and Mrs. Chet Theil and d, auglter An- nette. terdig the irme session meeting prior to tke state grange sessions. Pom,ora master Ray Ohris- tensen presented Flora Mat- tau,sch, past Grange lome economics oh, airman, a certifi- cate with purple ribbon from Friday, March 26, 1965 Harrn, Mr. and Mrs. Otto' Bleisner, Anna Bri,nlw nan, Chris Karksen, Adehide Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin, A1- vida Gaffes, Michelle Olson and Irma Stragier. Cheney Free Press Page 3 Mehss and son, and Stun IAI'- the state grange office {or her autstan, ding work in the home PERSONAL MENTIONS conomies department during Michelle Olsofl, Adelaide be,r six years in that office for Larsen, Irma Stragier and Le- Spokane county Pomon, a ona Widner met at the home Grange. of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hew- The grange menbers reeog- son last S,turday morning for nized Mrs. Henry Ctausen on a shrt conference. her birthday Saturday and Mr. :and Mrs. Fred Martin, Mr..and Mrs. George Mcferson Mr. and Mrs. Bill G,arras and on their 28th wedding anniver- three sons, Adelaide Larsen sary that day. and Alviida Garras attended a buffet dinner last Surday in Dat Spok, ane Grange held a the Neighbavlood Grange 5all. card party Tuesday. There Visitors at the Herbert Del- were 25 tables of cards in play. zer home Iast Sunday were There will be no card party Mr. ,and Mrs. Dan Delzer of at the Windsor Grange hall Garfield and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Saturday due to the antique auction using the hall. ' ' There were 32 tables of cards in play last Saturday eve- ning at the Danish card party. Among ttmse attending were Mrs. Cccelia Burns, Mrs. Irma enthal, Mr. ,and Mrs. Ed Rupp, Flora Smith and Daisy Hicks. Learm Widner v'ted Mrs. Lettie Wals, Mrs. Susie Pier- 'all, Nora Knuth and Betty Mother's Ring Beard in Span!gle Monday. Mr. ,arid Mrs. Dave Rist have returned to Yakima after seding several days visiting friends in ,ad near Oheney. Mrs. Ola Eisenmann has sold her pIace to Mr. and Mrs. Loa- ser and will move to Califor- nia soon to be near her ter. A frankly sentimental gift she'll cherish forever. Twin bands of 14 carat gold sym- bolize mother and father joined by synthetic stones of the month. 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