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News James Widner ,UNCH MEETING .County Pomona m the Windsor Saturday with master A. Lars attendance. The served a ham at noon. There masters were seated at with the hon- carMidates degree of the evening. The Scott, had the a Paper to at- tend to Emma both legs aato &apos;accident to Mrs. Otto been in the weeks due Pomona caled on the Moa-- Sunset and to present a on the Benvca3 Streeter Lembers wet ary Hew'so.n, Droz, and the skit, with as nr- o,f the Hen- Kessler and Jud, Johnston. from Che- Under the Packard, demonstra- proced- p:rogram president; Rex Ray, re- president, C: hris - All Po- present. DUE and second baU weTe the Plaza for the 102 graIgers teloWSl ip to,ur hay on and special were eigh am:l Mrs ma Hobbs will have a the hall at 8 p. m. be served after played. e eon- aist- unch. Irma of prizes. national Future She _ couttries by jet and Weeks. !TED ,had 29 held a reideat PRIZEWINNERS BOTH Two varieties of broccoli are All-America Selections winners for 1964. Above is Cleopatra, a hybrid form; below is Zenith, not a hy. brid. Seeds for both are widely available. It was not so mauy years ago that broccoli was widely grown tn Italy and hardly known in America. This delicately flavored cabbage relative has since become extremely popular and is both widely" grown and widely liked. :Because of this popularity lflant ter broccoli. Two new wu'ieties, both All-America Selections win- ners for 196!, are results of this breeding program. Variety Cleopatra is a first generation hybrid broccoli with the additional vigor that such hybridizatiou gives. It is very early in bearing; sturdy in growth. The large, compact cen- ter beads, with their tight buds, mature at about the same time tn .a row of plants--good news to those who plan to freeze broc- coli. And after the central head Is cut and used, side shoots grow to produce smaller, later maturing heads for a long season breeders have been breeding bet- of ta.ble use. The second broccoli is named Zenith. This is not a hybrid, but is considered quitff an improve, ment over the DeCicco strains of broccoli because it is resistant to "hollow stem," that annoying lack of solidity which causes dismay to cooks. Zenith also is considered especially tolerant of cold. Zenith matures early, is Of good quality, and is recommend, ed for freezing. Because this variety is open pollinated, seetl is cheaper to produce than thai; of the hybrid, .Cleopatra, Spangle News By Virginia M. Strock SERVICE CLUB FETES WIVES Span, gl, e Service club mem- bers ertertairmd their wives at a smorgasbord dinner in Plum- mer Saturday evening. BOWLERS PLACE HIGH The Spangle yeomen bowling teams placed in the Rasalia cry tournamt this last week. Bill's Service ook second pl,ace in the A division. Jim Davitt's took see(rod lataee fi the B division. Sylvia Konhuk rd Barbara Vest took first in doubles in the B division. Bar- bara Vast took irst in singles in the A division. Lrn,a Schie- che placed fourth in all events. NEWS IN BRIEF orse Piersol is h()m,e after spendinrg two days S a patient in the Fairfield Rest Home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jeske entertained with a bffe sup- per and cards for Mr. and Mrs. Buel Byers. lr. and Mrs. Bill SchieChe, lr. ,aad Mrs. Paul Sievers, Mr. ,and Mrs. Ernie Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Man- gis. Mr. and Mrs. K. ttames and Ron Tee. DEATH CALLS MOTHER OF VIRGINIA STROCK Mrs. Virginia Strock was called to Union, Wash., on Thursday of .last week by the sudden death ,of her mother, Mrs. Olosha Stark. Funeral service were ,held there with! the 'graveside services at the of the Inland Bmpire ,all his life. He is alrvvd by to daugh- tern, Vera Ratdebagh at te home, and ts. Clarice BMa, i a.nd sons  ,and Bob Swan of pokae. BuriM was at Fairmont cem- ey.. PERSONAL MENTIONS e C,aes]d was hme over the weekend WSU at . to Bone to see the  baby Verna Jean, and Mrs. Eugume Iaek- were :her mother, Mrs. Julius Stragier; brother, Al- bert Stragi, and ut Ima S1Y:Maxine Ols, Katen and Jimmy visited Mary Wy- barrmy last Sturday. They saw, "Token," ,the baby burro tlmt was five days old. Carence Shermer and Earl Shermer of San Jose, Catff., are vsir#g Mrs'. Vera iRade- baugh for a week. Mr. nd Mrs. Lewis ,Little ad Mr. arrd Mrs. Floyd Shonk- wiler attended the Pomorm grange meeting last Saturday. Mrs. Abbie Wyex is in She Pdvercrest nursing home. Spa*ngle cemetery on Tuesday, March 24. Mrs. Stark is sur- vivd by her ,husband at the: home; ,one daughter, Mrs. Vir- ginia Stark; one sn, Gene Stark, Reaton; one sister, Mrs. F. P. Watts, Ford Dodge, Iowa; four grandchdren; four gre- grandiden; a,nd (me foster d,aughter, Jane Wilh'aans. CHURCH SERVICE HELD The. Community Christian church ,beld its traditional Thursday night com, mun,ioaa service in memory of Christ's originl irtsttaa'o.n o the Load's Supper on the Thurs- day night n Jerusalem before He was betrayed. Easer ser- vices will be*g with a Sun- rise worship on Sunday mon- ins with the youth group in charge of the program. It will take place on, the Byers pro- perty south of Liberty Scoo,1 whre a large cross lms been erected on the hillside 'at the eSge ,of the woods. Immediate- ly afterward an Easter break- fast will be served at the church by some of the women. At 10 a. m. the Sunday sc,hool is ,llan.ning its Easter pro-' gram. And at 11 a. m. the church Ester worship will in- clude special mui,c and an Easter message tiffed "The Life that Lasts Forever." PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Joyce Getz and chil- dren of Portland, Ore., visRed several days with her lYaren.ts, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grher- ger. Loren Girberge, o Noah Onrlina, a'Lo arrived come for a elsie and i prep- avation for is cning m'ar- ri,ge on April 5. SPANGLE BRIEFS / dlsttt K])o w'e gain on Tuesday md Wy of t week e o te flu epidemic. Ik r fm41y ,rrmved o Uarmpine, Ore., where Meiler is emplyed. The rnar and town comaell of SpruCe wi o ammmaee, alter She engineer's report that it is 7 treatable toe to have a sewer sysCama for the town. Mrs. John Hone is recaper- aug at home fter a stay in the hpi,t1. Mv Jim Conmmssev and M. Lola Bysa's were the ho- teases to the ldies aid at their last , at  Corn-  messer .home. Mrs. Louise Siev. eVs wa hormred  many useful and beatiiful git vchen she was ,surprised a,t th meet- with a slrk shower. Mrs. Hazel SchieChe  elsie- iag at She Vern Smith home. The Liberty FHA girls spon- sared a St. Patrick's dance for the studext Frid eve- rang. Marshall News By Mrs. Lorraine Gonia RI 7-9005 RUMMAGE SALE PLANNED The Four Corners Grange met Wednesday. Ladies of the grange are going to have a rummage sale April 3 .at North 4 Bernard in Spokane. Mrs. Ray Everson and Mrs. Ray- mond Rill are in charge. The remind us to save or rum- mae and bring it to the grange hall or to Mrs. Hill's home in Marshall ,or contact one of the grange ladies. The home economics depart- ment put on a lecture pro- gram. Mrs. William Reinbdt will be hostess for the auxiliary meeting of the granges on April 1. WINDSOR PTO MEETS Windsor PTO met a,st ToLes - day. They vted to put aside $600 for playground improve- meat from the carnival fund. Dr. William Drummond w)as speaker. 'LITTLE LEAGUE MEETING HELD Curt Diteman held a litffe league baselyM1 meeting at the Windsor SChool libraxy 2hrs- day night. Four paren:ts volun- teered to be coaches. Another meeting will be held April 2. CARNIVAL PLANS SET There will be a carnival meeting April 1 to make final plans for the carnival to be held April 4. QUARTETTE SINGS The Marks qua:rtete f Port- lard, Ore., was ,at abe Marshall Community church Sunday. They sang for the Sund,ay school ,hour and also fine w'or- ship service. PERSONAL MENTIONS Dick Lovell was home for the weekend. Miss Nancy Smith orrived home from cll,ege. Nancy at- tends Seattle Pacific College. Guests of the Ed Genie fam- ily for the weeeknd were Mr. and Mrs. Jokn Morriss from Renton, Mrs. BMnehe I_,a Count, Mrs. Donna Linninger, Debbie and Denise of Spokane and Howard Hartman of Pull- man. Four Lakes Lenard Mace--RI 7.7606 GRANGE MEETS TONIGHT Grange will meet ton,ight at 8 p. m. Don't forget, this i's the meeting that you come as you are. Bring potluck lunch to be served after the meeting. WOMEN HOLD MEETING Grange auxiliary met at the home of the hostess, Bonnie Scott. Cohostes's was Hannah Becker. Those present were Ruth aidy, Gretchen Moser, Sylvia Willms, Alice Reitmei- er, Janice Reitmeier, M, arcia Lee Mace and their guest, Mrs. Moore from Hayford. Secret pal receiving a gift was Jan- ice Reitmeier. Door prize was won by Savalla Willms. GIRLS WEAR GREEN The Busy Fingers 4-H club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox March 17. All the girls and the guests wore green i,n honor of St. Patrick's Day. Refreshments were served ,in a St. Patrick's Day nmtiff. Janet Moore ave a talk .on hair care, good goom- in g, fingernafl care and com- plexion care. Miss Moore is a student at a bea,uty sch.ol" in Spokane. Gayle Wilcox gave a demonstration on threading a Friday, March 27, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page $ Wendy ,of Palouse were week-I Stencils--make your own end guests of Mrs. L. S. Brown] signsl inch to 6 inch let- and Maude Brown. [ters. Free Press Printshop. AI- Mrs. An,na Erfurth was a so stencil brushes. Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Draper. Mr. ,and Mrs. Arly Bartelt, Craig Parks and Russell Mace were Saturday evening dinner guests at the Fred Grub home. They were helping celebrate Dale's and Gail's birthdays. Sunday Mr..and Mrs. Jes'se Mclean and faanily of Post Falls were guests of the Jack Hartford family. Other guests were the Carroll McI.eaa fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fine and two da, tghters were Sunday visitors of Sgt. and Mrs. Ted Huff. Sandra Jenicke was home from Walla Walia College last week for spring vacation. Danald Jenicke spen,t the weekend skiing with a friend at Cheweah. Or March 15 a birthday din- ner was given or Butc,h Pen- dell. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Stangland and sons o Edwall, Mr. and .Mrs. Don Muzatho and son, Mrs. Jessie Si}cocks, and Lois Webber of Spokane. Mrs. Jessie Silcocks had sup- per with Mrs. Wilm, a Peadell March 19. Mrs. White of Spokane spent a week with Mrs. Silcocks. Mr. ,and Mrs. Marion Van Camp and girts were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. S'm Van Camp. STOMACH FREEZING Q. I have heard that store. ach ulcers can be cured by /reeziug the stomach. Would you please write about this treatmeut? A. The aim in most forms of treatment for "stomach" (yen- tic) nicer is the reductio f gastric secretion of acid and pepsin. Gastric cooling or freezing achieves this aim by directly altering the glands which secrete these substances. "Freezing" is accomplished by the circulation of cooled alcohol through a balloon which the patient swallows. Gastric cooling for peptic ul- cer is an interesting new de- velopment. However, further careful studies must be made before doctors generally will accept the method as being a reliable method of treatment. FONTANEL O. Why is it harmful to touch the soft spot on a baby's head? A. It isn't harmful to touch the spot (fontanel)  just don't poke. Strong pressure might, cause brain damage. Rememberhe diagnosis and treatment o disease i the ]unction of the pa- tient's personal physician. CALL  that's all -- and we'll pick up and deliver Four prescription. sewinlg machine. Guests were Mrs. Phillipsn, Mrs. Hartford, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Sonva,yl'o, [Mrs. Barrick, Miss Karen At- i kins, Mrs. Rdon and daught- e,rs, Cindy and Debbie, and Mrs. Earlscourt. CHURCH NEWS Sturday at 1 p. m. all the Mrs. Henry Wy,stra and Mrs. Jake Dirks of Cheney at- tenlded Ewan Neighbors Club la.st Wednesday. Mrs. Wyn,stra gave a demonstration on ak- types and designs. Mr. ,and Mrs. Henry Wynstra attended Pom,ona grarge t HB EW5 :s3:rBm VV on children Who have parts in the Ewan Saturday. The high light Ester program will meet at of the meetintg was he county the church for practice. An ]extersion group from C'fax. Easter egg hunt will be ,held IThe home economics chairman aftervcards. ] demonstrated crafts and a ----- ]style show wi,th auctioning of PERSONAL MENTIONS I home baked food after the r. and Mrs. M eKellips and l judging was completed. !nthoh Vou HeaLYour Home [L[grglg, fflgt You'll laugh at the outside weather, when electric house heating gives you sunshine warmth every day- the exact temperature you want- in every room. You'll say goodbye to drafts, cold spots, hard-to-heat rooms. You can choose from among all these ways to live better, electrically, with electrie heat: t < INDIVIDUAL HEATERS- attractive radiant units that recess into any wall, give you speedy, draft.free warmth. CEILING UNITS- the entire ceiling provides even, comfort- able warmth, when radiant heating cable is built-in, cov. ered wlth plaster or wall- board, and pointed to taste. BASEBOARD HEATING PANELS -- invisible comfort, easily and Inexpensively In- stalled along outside walls in every room. PORTABLE HEATERS-instant warmth, anywhere and every- whre, with a handy portable unit that's lust right for hard- to-heat spots. Electric heating is ideal to supplement Tour existin tysttn- or the tra room, play. room, attic, and "cold spots". Opmrattng cect is low- installation easy and inexpensive. When You Heat Your Home You Rea//y LIVE BETTER ,, Electrically Cheney City Lieht Dept. LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY