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hge00 2 Chert. ' "' " ' l e in sot ews CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Entered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Matter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every NATIONAL EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington.  Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER JACK PIERCE .................................... EDITOR STEVE POWELL, ADVERTISING MANAGER spectral school levy in behalf of Dr. WiU. m Riggs. Mrs:. Daas Hermeigh reported the juctginrg of s ew,g wiB be Weld April 24 at Ig'st Spoka,ne Grange; the baking jud,ging will be May 7 at N eighboVhoed Grange. Lunch was ,served by Mrs. George Gettig and r. and Mrs. Rictmrd Russell. Supper committee for April 14 will be Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kelso and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Curtis. Penny drill and membership drawin'g was ,held and Blanch Wilson's name was ,drawn. She was not lresent so the mney was turned over to the quar- tette'.s music fund. QUILTING BEE SET .The Ladies Cistian Circle of the M:arshall C!ommtmity church will meet Tuesday. Lad- ies are asked to bring a sack lunch. Coffee ,a,rtd dessert will Four Lakes By Mrs. Larson CARNIVAL TONIGHT Tle seventh arid eighth gad- ers from Four Lakes who t- tend the Sunset Sclmol wish to armounce a carnival tobrfight at Sunset Seh, ool from 6 to 10 p m STEWARDS ELECTED The Four Lakes G,range met Ia, rch 26 ard elected Mr. ad Mrs. Orville Plti:p,son to fill the vacancies of :steward and lady a.ssstant steward. CHURCH ACTIVITIES The missionary meetings a the Four Lakes churc,h ctosed l/ast Tuesday evening. The speakers trod been misiormv- ies from Viet Nam, Con,go and Japan. Attenffance was fiairly goad. Marshall News Mrs. Lloyd Lovell RI 7-3834 WORK DAY SCHEDULED FOR WINDSOR PLAY AREA Etementary schools in the Cheney School Dtriet have offere.d ,to ,he'Ip defray the est of planting the play areas. The foowng mt with Principal Foy at Wirdsor Sc,hool March 22: Capt. MacDonald, Sift. Caoll, he president of PTO, Joe ohrson, Date uest, Dick Getrum and Phil Pattersm. The group 'las set the fol- loing dates to work on the phyfield: April 3, April 17, lay 1, 15, and 22. The first day will be to start leveing, ,pick up rocks arid prepare for the top soil. ApI 37 will be for 'latflin lop soil and they will need several yards of ,soil. They have several ,sources but co,u'ld use By Mrs. James Widner Leona Widner, Free Press Pomona Grang news re- porter, turned in a subscrip- tion for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clausen of Rosalia. Clausen is treasurer of Spokane Coun- ty Pomona and his wife is lecturer of the Waverly Grange. GRANGE TOUR HELD The Fifth Pomona Grange Felowsh, ip tour had 210 ran- gets present. The program was uder the direeti, on of Flo Ctausen. The group was dress. ed to suit the times with Hen- ry C'usen taking the part of a barefoot man with his ju'g of corn nd pipe. Cora Robinson of Triangle Grange won the door prize. Attending from Wirdsor Grange were Mr. and Mrs. Em- cry Hewsou, Mere1 Hnnum, Michetle Olsen, Adehide Lar- son, Irma Stragier, Myrtle Er- g,,t, Alma Dr0z, Florence Shi- , iam, Leon.a Widner arid DMe i Guest. more. May 1 ,or 8 will be for in- stall,rig the underground sprinkling system Deoenddng on progress, seedin,g dates ,have been set for May 15 or 22. The PTO hdies will take be served. To those wlo fergot to bring items for the rumnmge slae, please bring them with you Tuesday, as the date, April 15, :is nearing aster than you The committee for forming plans for this year's Bible Sclmol met at the Ted la,dn home Thu, rsd, ay An.on!e who can help s a,ked to give his n`ame to Shirley ladon. charge of ,the lunches on the ] - work days. Any e,lp  be The day will be spent work-, AT SAF.ETY .M EET!NG greatls, appreciated by he par- in,g .on, a quilt wihich will be [ Dr lWKe lvlua,er attermea" ,,he ents, and most of al by the used in their missionmy work. It raffic, ,safety meetting iu children h,o will :benefit from All ladies in the community I cmy ,at pozane. /me l ma this worthvchile project on our iare welcome to j,ain he group. / Socie}.y ot n`e tpmetrm As. [ s oc:iuuon was me nos roup phyground. STUDENT VISITS : LADIES TO MEET I Eunice SLlkensen, phomore Fo Corners Grange Ladies Seattle Pacifif. College, Club wfll meet a the home of j pent ,spring v.alaton _.a Mrs. Gus Ioppn!burg Aril 8, [ hou!se guest of Nancy storm. ,at 1 p m J Mi Silk esen s :hm,e is in CommRtees foe the rum-[Den`ver, o1 mage sale April 13 at N. 4 Bet- rrd wBl make their reovts 8 ATTEND VISITATION mi take a final cheek of do- ntioas which hve bee taken to the home of Mrs Ray an the Mtrsla sto'. f you trove tlags to lve there, ple,se do so ts soon as pos- sible. Sevem .ladies are pparing 'Iteedlework and making cotton ,dreSses for fle ,grae svi,g contests coming p. Others will be competing in the baMg contests. CHARTER DRAPED Fmr Crners Cerange met tat Wednesdey and the char- ter ws draped for Sister Itose NelSon, tote wife of State Mas- ter A. Lrs Nelson,. A spectral musal number was sung by the Pearls of HRnnony..Mrs. RiChard Russel haed the peo@le for ,fne support of the CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- al equipmert and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State Cotlege in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room ]21, ShowMter 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 235-4732 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. CHENEY ELECTRIC SHOP Complete Wiring & Repair Electric Contracting Free Estimates. No Job Too Sma||. Norm Lewis 235-6528 J CHENEY PLUMBING SHOP Complete Repair and Plumbing Service i Licensed & Bonded Marvin Becker 321 1st St. 235-6528 j29tf Eight members from Four Corners Gran, ge drove to the Valley larairire Grange, east of GoMedale, Saturday eenin Attedir=g were Mr and Mrs Da1as Hemrteigh, Mrs. Arnold Prasky and lormd, Ms. Ed- mond Baxnvn, Linda Bauer, Mrs us Klopperburg and Ms. Fank Parker, Sr. BI RTHDAY "OBSE RVED Dory Ralph, daughter of Mr rd Mrs. Run'hie Ralh, Was guest f tbonor ,at a party given by '.her nmttmr .Sunday o cole, brate .her fifth tRrthdy. Guests ireladed Linda  Cheryl Lo- zar, Bob, Wes, mad Teddy laph, MA'ke and Lmire Will- iams, Mary Ann uRd Drama Green, Darin,, Dale and Danny MRS. FRUNZ HONORED Mrs. Helen Frunz yeas gest of ,hnor at .a birthy lunch- con at the home of Mrs. lon- nie Rph Tuesday evening. At- tend.n`g were Doma, a Lozar, Doy Ralph, Barbara Ralph, Shirley Wams, Shirley Pet- evSon, Lois Harkwzh, Judy Lozar, Pat SChtz and Leona Chase. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. FisCher entertained 1r. and Mrs. Jack H:u, bbard of Spok,ane Friday with an evening of pinb:le. On Saturday the Fihe were jvined for stpper by ,Harry Sehultz of Spolane, an old friend who worked th Fis eher ,at the express office. On Sunday ,Mr. aad .Mrs. Fischer packed up dinne2 mad toak it i to Spot, one to the lmne of Miss I.n,a Wley, who is 86 years old. Seeal rmembers of the In- rand Povex and Light Co, from ,here ,attended the meeting on the EWSC campus Saturday. Amorg them were Mrs. Ed- mond Brown, wlo represented the Feur Corners Cxrange, and A. O. (Bud),Flsch. Mr. av.d Mrs George Cheer- er amt ohilen were weekemd guess of the Deicer H oaah family in, Cusick. Mr.  Ms. Pierrie Dimico and Vhdren were Smday din- ner guests of the Geoege Chee- rer family. Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill AMBER HOT LUNCH Monday  Spaghetti with meat and tomato sauce, ffreen s,tad, brea .and butter, peaCh upside down cake, mi. Tuesday --  po 'toes wth turkey gravy, sc corn, cL,n,amon rol, celery ticks, fruited jeHo, milk. POTLUCK ENJOYED Members and thir es of the Amber PTA enjoyed pottuck dime Friday evening, after which a rfo, ular meeting wins held. Since most of our members already belong to the PTA i.n Cheney, merbers of the Amber PTA voted to drop their membersq'hp in the Nat- TROPHYS WON Last Sunday GeraM Larson Jr. won the junior trophy and second p'laee in the c'la D y`ard shoot at he Spokane Gu,n Climb registered shoot. Gerald ion,al PTA organization and to form a local PTO with the membership fee :stayin,g in the Moal treasury. Forence Harris, Noranan Lewis ,and Jerry Lambert wexe appointed to serve n the nom- inting comrndttee. Next meet- ing wl be on .pril 22 at 7:59 p. m., at which time the sci- ence air will. 'be held. Ater the meeting three tables of prmcMe were in play with prizes goirtg to Mrs. Jlm I-Iar- ris, Mrs. Bernie Schons and Mrs. Don Lambert. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Ms. Fred Sooy was ,'hostess to the Young Gels bridge club Wednesday ternoan. Mrs. Don Lambert was `a guest and prizes were won by Mrs lam- bert, Mrs. F. N. MKin,lesr, and Mrs. Puon McKinley. The club will meet next with Ms. Ran McInley. GRANGE MEETS TONIGHT Amber Grarge wH meet this evemg (Friday) at 8:30 p. m. Mr. arid Mrs. Kent Sooy, Garol and Gary visited with hey prents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stolp, Spokane, Saturday after- Paul I-lars attended a birth- day party in Oheney Saturday fterrmn for kis cousin, Jhn- ny Gedwin, who was five years old. Amber School studenfas will. enjoy spring vacation AWil 7, 8. 9 durirg teachers mstRzte. The Bookmobile vi'ted tim Amber Schol Tuesday. Next visit  be April 13 from 9:45 ira 10:30 a. m. Mrs. Alfred Welsman re. turned Wednesday from visit- in Mr. nd .Ms. Rex How ,mad family of Tuvson, Ariz. She ,stopped i,n SeaLle omd vis- ited with Mr..and Mrs. Gary Moss arid fa, mily for a cenple of days. Fred and Run McKizfley, Dck Jordm% Bud HazTiS and Jim C,win bole as `a teach for Temple Lodge in the Ma- sonic tour 'rmment in Spokane Suuday and won first place. The group .of men from Ohe- ney making u,p the second tezm won second place for the lodge. This is the sevonl yeor in a row the Cheney Idge has won first p)ace in this omnu`al tourn,ament of Masanic Led-i g es. ,M. ad Mrs. J. W. De(ker ere Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. an`d Mrs. Run MvKinley, Mike and Brenda. Mr. and Mrs. Gihnore Rietz and amily ,enjoyed Sunday dinner with Mr. `and Mrs. Thasme Carmen and .family off Daenix. Mr. ,and Mrs. Richard Jor- dan and amiIy were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Marten Bair of Cheney. Kay Oordfll, Becky Brooks and John ,and Hovcard Marh, Jr. are amorg the students who bare been enjoying a stort vacation at ,home be- tween qum'ters at EWSC. All returned to their classes tMs week MEETINGS SET Needlework and bakkn*g judffin,g will be held May 7, the day before Po,mo,na in the Neigh,borh, o,od Gran,ge hal'l. On April 7 the Pomonla he,me econ`omist chairman will h,old a meetirtg in the Darigold bast- ess room. The Sixth laomora Fellow- slip tour was held at Valley Prairie Grange haJ Satur@ay. Ltoyd Weston c@ndueted his cl, ass in a history of Mississippi. Pomona officers 1esent were lay Chris,tersen, DwigtR BoCh, Henry Chausen, Oan Scott, Irvin Cain, Ken Kess- ler,. Mary Prasky, Muriel Brown, Mary Jane H.ankel, Hat- Larson Sr. won the class B 16 ard trophy and the 'landicap trophy. These are the san and grardson of the Sidney Lar- sons Mr..arid Mrs. Darrell Lavson,  Steven an, d Sue An,n from Spo- ka,ne .and Cindy barson were Snd.ay drm, er guests at the Larson frame. In the vmAg the Gerald Larsons visited Spolarm cotmty deputies at I-I.rringt, on, llace tae last two the meeting were Dwight weeks, while the Harringtons BeaCh, Erl Hill and Quinten nmde a trip to Ca'lifornia. Dandreth. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Smith Hattie Beach anounced that ad Mr. and Mrs. Enl Krot'h, juniors far each grange in a, ll ,of Spangle, vis,ited Mr. and Spokane county wil attend the Mrs. Bert Smith last Saturday j u,mor camp this year. evening at the Harrino HOUSE BURNS Duriag gange mee*mg, the h, ome of Mr. and Mrs. Roy But- ter burned to the ground. The next and last Fellow- ,ship for ths spring will be April 7 at8 p. m. in the Peone Grange hall. Clarlie Headley, past mas- ter deputy grange officer, was honored Saturday evening by the grargers. He thanked al.1 who sen.t him cards and flow- ers during his recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vorder- brggen ,and Emma Doughty called .at the Widner and Ocson h,omes Sunday. Clartie Fritz, Mrs. Emmett Kampa and I)aisy Hicks drove to Moses Lake Monday to call on Mrs. Grace Lib reck, a for- mer Windsor area resident. Mrs. Libreek is convalescing from a heart attack. Mrs. AIviida Garras is visit- ing her sister, Adelaide La,r- sen, this week. Mrs. Sttirley Patterson and daughter were luncheon guests of .her mother, Mrs. Ne'l,Ee Ha- gel, Tuesday. FUNERAL HELD Funeral services for Mrs. Christin, a Johnson: were held Wednesday in Spokane. Burial was beside her late 'husband in Riverside Memorial Prk. Mrs. Johnson was we,ll known in fihe Hayford area a few years ago. East fhene? By Anna Phillips 11 TABLES IN PLAY The card party at East C:he- ney Grange Saturday evening had 11 tables in play. Hiffh prizes went to Pete Billesbach and Atom Ph'fllips; low to George FesSom and Bee Hotmes; door prize to Joe La- bish arid trarveIin,g purize to Pete Billesbaeh. Potluck Sunch was served by Betty Babb. On March 24 Mrs. Wylie Brown took her aunt, Mrs Jes- 1 . " . ! RETURN FROM COAST s,e Sitcock, to the lecture maa- .. ,.-, c--,. .- s.. _ - _ .... ] M]z. t=x, o.uut.zz auu ,. lleon .at the nambe  uam-] ks c, .......... ....  ., mere-=. .,.w .om, %''" I Thursday after spendin hrce there. ln`e speaker was Mrs. | r]mt .n t'h C..f Lms I-Iiggens, police woman[ Mr ,m4 M. Ro,rt .rnitlh from New Yok. [ -'--" Z-- Y-- -_" _"'"'"" Mrs. Jessie Sicock aecom- , ACCESSORIES ARE MEDICINE pad the Owilie lhi'Mpsons o ehereh Sunday in Spokane. In the after'oon they visited Mrs. Witma Orne. Ted y and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney  attended the In- hnd Power and Light Co. meet- ing lmid Saturday in Cheney. Mrs. Cova Ball mad Mrs. Hat- tie HAedt from Chene mad M. Skhey Larson ted Mrs. Myrthe Mcn to i Spokane recentty to the district I officers visitation at Imperial I Lodge. j .Mrs. Laura Ranll, Waato, I lr b "tm as een .tsi " g with hor l daughter, Mrs. Bert Spear, in Spokane Valley ,-'and with her gran,ddaugbrs, Mrs. Ted Ra- don and Mrs. Lee Wilcox. Mrs. Bert Spear, Mrs. Ran- da'll, Mr. and ,Mrs. Ted ladm arm daughters visited in Soap Lake at the Weaver landall rome. Weaver is a broth of lVIrs. Spear and the on of Mrs. Randall. Ihin Ca,rmg returned on March 21 from FAlstaff, Ariz., where she was caed because of the :i'Rness of her dm, Ms. Herbert Andrews. At finis date Mrs. Andrews is recover- lug nicely from surgery. .Mr. and Mrs. Ted Carming from Oheney spent Sunday visiting Ted's mother, ,Mrs. Elmn Cmaniag. ,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers and .Mrs. Rogers' siter spent i Sarday With Mrs. Gret(hen Mser. Callers at the Boots Earls. eoort home were Jack Stan- hope arm Mr. and Mrs. Ted Carmirg. Mr. and lVs. Sam Van(:hmp I visited Mr. md .Mrs. Guy Oham- bers Surday. Mrs. Martha Brad'ley of Mari- copa, Oalf., died hst week and was buried in Bakersfield, Calif. Mrs. Bradley was a sis- tea" of Mrs. Frieda Owens, a ormer resident of Four Lake s. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Spear and Bert Spear a,nied Glen Spear to Mi, ssou last Friday for the funeral of their brother-in-hw, Carl De Bruin. Mr. De Bruin visited many times in, this area when the Spear thmilies were residents of Four Lakes Mike Vaughn arm Beth In, glis : vre Saturday even callers of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Matte and iauily. Lend Mace was a Saturday evenirg dinner guest of Mr. ,and Mrs. Richard Vau#lm. Oallers during the week at the Sara KirkpeCriek e were WR1 Kirkpatriek's broth- er, Mr. ,and Mrs. John Kirkpat- rick, Frank HaHister, Spokane, Everett Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Keith Powell, Lucite Fetzner and Jack Stratb, also from Spo- kane. Yes, your doctor's prescrip- tion is important--most im- portant. But for the prescrip- tion or medicine to be most beneficial, other health items may arso be required. For example, there is the fever thermometer to check the temperature trend, the eye cup to administer the fluid, adhesive tape and gauze for the protective dressing, or an insulin syringe to quickly in- ject the drug. These and many other prescription accessories are carried on ur shelves, too, to make your doctor's Rx more effective. I Our pharmacists are trained to advise you concerning all' ac- cessory products. They are proud, along with the doctor, to be part of the health team that strives daily to keep you and your family well. BE 5-6348 W. H. Westerman PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hmpto,n a, nd family and Mrs. Ann Man- dy ,arid Patricia, aH of Spokane, were Saturday visitors o Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampon Mr. and Mrs. Morid, ith of LaSa,h. calted hter. Mr. and Mrs. Cheste, Phil- lips and John'.ny attended the potluck supper and inslla- tion of Eastern Star officers at lal, de'n last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Harring- ton returned last Mon,day a,fter a two week trip to Cati,forn, ia. They we,re Sunday overnight guests of th,r son, Duane Har- rington, .at Moses Lake. East Chen,ey Gra,n,ge meets ths Friday evening. The 4-It[ meeting is Monday eve.nin,g. For Bu, And A COl Joh CO SH West 506 S Spokal John J. RI 7-4490 FA 8.4740 ANA-26498 You can find it in the You can rent Color Telephones from PHONE CO. for $7.50. one time charge or 30 NOTICE According to Ordinance dogs are not permifled to large between April 1st and 15th of each year. Dogs not confined or on a after April 1st will be im Dog licenses are orn confined or not. Roy Foss, City Clerk City of Cheney Insurance Agency HAS MOVED Next Door To Edgett Bros.