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le News Joanne Green ELECTION SET bond issue for the District will be Officials s.tress voters are needed the previous election. eligible are urged D morning services and Christian dedicated. Mrs. Bet- was in charge. The and junior c'lsses and Allan Reilly flags to the .plat- they were placed the first stanzas of Spargled Banner" Christian Sold- sung. Mrs. Hall read Beverly Rielly read Before the closing i by Miss Ann McKin- ,,congregation sang were purchased by Ladies Aid with by Mrs. Jim Mrs. C0nmesser cards for the Lad- PLANNED FHA at the state convention ia Yakima April 9-10. To be eligi- ble, girl's must be juniors or sophomores and h, ave their junior degree and at least 75 points in FHA. STUDENTS ENTER CONTEST The annual senior divi, sio sol'o ,and small ensemble ten- test was held ,at Eastern V,;a,sh- ington State College Ln Cneney Saturday. The Liberty Belles, the Betltones, Martha Hein and Richard C],ausen performed. The contest was judged as the junior division contest earlier this year, with superior, excel- lent, good, fair and poor rat- ings. JUDGING TEAM BUSY Last Saturday the Libey crop judging team we'n to Freeman to test their skill. There were eight teams enter- ed ,and Liberty took sixth. On the team were Karl Engle, Joe Schmitz, Stan Gerhauser and David Swift. SKIT EARNS MONEY Last Saturday 45 FttA girls attended regional recognition d,ay at Cheney ttigh School. [iss Kimpton and Mrs. Kruse a, ccompanied the girls. The Lib- erty chapter received $20 a'nd an excellent rating for their skit on "Myself and My Worth to Othe,rs." They also had the Sunrise Services are second highest atten4ance. by the Young of the Spangle LIBERTY REPRESENTED church. Services will Val'erie Wolf and Darleen Howard Rasmus- Pitman will leave Tuesday . Breakfast will be the church aiter ser- mornin.:g for Portland, Ore., to sm, g m the All-Northwest Choir, a group of 400 singers RIVES chosen from over 1,000 appl'.i- cants. The choir will give a Mrs. Richard Ras- crmert Saturday night. Mrs. the parents of an Milton Wolf will accompany five ounce baby the girls. ttasmu ss,ens named born Wendel Paul. SEASON ENDS The Libey debate eam CHOSEN ended its season at Davenport .and Mary. last week. This was a new ac- been chosen to tivity for Liberty this year and Liberty C-'hal)tex of the team did very well in corn- NOW FOR ION AMERICAN CLiPPER-A handsome watch he'll wear with pride. 17 jewels. Waterproof =. Self. winding. Shock. resistant. Luminous hands and dial. $49.DS crown are intaCt. All prices plus tax. JEWELERS OUR SELECTION USEDCARS VALIANT 1,395 IMPALA ...... 2,495 FORD GALAXIE P .... 2,495 FALCON 4-DR. ;ON ................ 1,195 PONTIAC CATA. SPORT COUPE 1,445 MERCURY COM. WAGON STICK 1,195 liffe Ford CItENEy petition wih schools with ex- perience. The tem, coached by Mrs. R, oss, included Janet Bow- en, 'Gayle Roecks, Raindy Roh- wer and J, acki,',e Hahner. PLAN IS SUCCESS A fairly good size crowd e- jroyed tlle all-high sckool llay Friday evening. "The Angel Brats," was cHrected by Ray- momd Ferucht and ,assisnt di- rector Lois Wittwer. The cast included Louise arber, Bob Pollock, lary Brewer, Alan Roecks, Barbara Albert, Gyle Roecks, Gloria Goodner, Rex l0hwer, Julie Roellich, Randy Rohwer, George Ergle, IAnda Walters, Jim Braman arid San- dy Iiagan. Entertaimnent between cts was .furnished by the Bell- tones. They ,are Marsha Hein, Kris Wolf, Phyh's Hofmann, MaNlee Thieren, Julie Roel- lich and Susan Pottratz. Susan Pottmtz provided piano back- ground music before the play. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stark of Renton and Mr. Merrit Stark af Union arrived at the Ed, Strock kome Monday evening.' Gene Stark, on a business trip, ' visited with his nieces, Mrs. Jim Foster of Spokane and Mrs. Ron Green. Mr. ,and Mrs. Stark: returned home Wednesday. Mr. Stark will visit here several' weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strock and Mr. M. C. Stark were supper guests at the Jim Poster home at Spokane Saturday evening. Mr. an,d Mrs. Vern Smith and Mr. ,and Mrs. Ernie Groth were droner guests at the Bert Smith home Saturday evening. The dinner was in cetebraio of Mr. and Mrs. V. Smith's 25th I wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crab- txee, Robin, Rene and Donna were Suntday eve rfiag dinner guests at the Sterling Frich- man home at Spokane. Paradise Prairie John, son's wedding and to visit her folks, the Joe Bal- urns. Miss Balum, a gaduate By Lana Evans of Cheney Hiffh School and CONFERENCE HELD EWSC, is teaottin,g Ertg,liSh at The Eastern Wash.ingto,n- Waterville High School. Northern Idaho Youth Con:let- Mrs. Eli Fielding's uncle and once of the United Chu.reh o/!aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Christ was held last weekend Wills, Potlatch, Idaho, have at Ton,asket. Topic of the en- been guests of the Fieldings fe,remce was, "Where Should We Draw the Line?--Today's Revolution in Sex, Love, and Marriage." ! Attending from the Cheney area were Dr. and Mrs. Lewis JoEtta Lewis, Kathy Barrick Gall and Patr.ici, a (raves, Dane Atkinson, Lana Evans, Sharon McKie, Carolyn Poore, Ruth Lass, Margaret Kerr, Nancy Johnson, Peggy Thompson, Steve Swegle, Rich Hagelin, Davrel Phillipson, Leif Heintz, and Gus Will/amsio'n. CARD PA RT-L D Paradise Grange had seven tables of cards in pl, a Satur- day evening. High lady was Mrs. Munk; Tim Hods:on was high man. This evening wilt be a re,guitar meeting night. 4-H MEETING SET The Prairie Prancers 4-H IIorse Club will hold its month- ly meeting Tuesday evening at Vicki Dalton's home on Taylor Road. Mrs. Elvetta Lewis has been invited to be a guesl s p ca ker. FINAL VOWS MADE Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mindrup returned Thursday of last week from Clyde, Mo., where their daughter, MaTilyn, took her fin,al vows at Benedictine Con- vent of Perpetu,al Adora,tion They also enjoyed a visit with fr.iends .and relatives in Kansas and Missouri. COLLIE CLUB ACTIVE The Inland Enpire Collie Club, an organiaztion open to anyone owning registerod Col- lies who is interested in larn- in,g more about the breed holds meetirgs the second Tuesday of each maRth. They work at and sponsor infernal dow shows. Meetings ilde guest speakers who are well inormod on the Collie breed. Anyone interested in joinixg may cortgat Ed West at MA 4- 8015. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Mrs. Eli Fielding gave a birthday party for .her mother, : Ms. Goodehild, Saturday eve- ning ,at her son Jerry's home in Spokarm. Attendin,g bemdes several relatives were two mis- sioraries from Uta:h, BxoCher J'ohnson arnd his comlion. GRANGE REPRESENTED Mr. :arid Mrs. Ed Bloomquist represented Para, Grange at the inland Empire Power and Light Co. meeting in Che- ney Saturday. AT WEA MEETING Mrs. Clarence R'ss attended a pre-eonvention meeting of the WEA representative as- sembly at John Shaw Ju:nior High School last Thursday. She gave. a talk on the WEA com- m,tsSlOnS. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Ed Bloomqulsts, Mr. and Mrs. De Mill and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Masters journeyed to Post Falls Tuesday where they were guests of the Tm Hug- geRs. Saturday evening the BloomquisCs were entrained at the Howard gan tmme in Spokane. Sunday evening call es were the Atan MHl'ers of! Spokane. [ Mr. and Mrs. Meae,ham o[ Pinehurst, Idaho, were Friday[ and Saturday guests of Mr. and [ Mrs. Clarence Ross. I Earl Lindberg, who is em-[ ployed at Metaline Fails, has been back at the family home the past week, ill with the lu and ,a severe chest cold. The Roy Da:ltons traveled to Al' I4ackbarth has been taken Ctarkston Sunday to visit the to the Park Hill Nursing Home lark Daltons, former long- on 29 East Seventh in Spokane. His condition is improving, time residertts here. Mr. ,and Mrs. Gorge Clark Mrs. Evelyn Glmber off Spo- will move into their new home kane drove Mrs. Austin Brew- er, Mrs. Pete Cornelius and here in early April rmxt t the h, irs. Essie Boover to ton Dave Cockburms. to visit their brother, ttalph Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Meter and Mrs. Caro.line Krupla, Ma- Hubbard, last week. Iin, Ore., are guests this week H ERE . . . Can You Get COOKIES at the Henry Vacknitz :home. Bud and Don Greene, for- mer area residents, have pur- ch'ased the Joe Kennedy place and will move back from Mon- tana. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Piper of Wal'la Wal'la were Sunday af- ternoon guests (ff the Joe Johnsons. The Eugene Adams were other callers. Monday evening guests were the David Johnsorm of Kent. Dorothy Balum was here the past weekend to attend Shir- Used 'Televisions $25 and up Holmes DWARE CHENEY 4 dozen for $1.OO? Weigel'0000 Bakery CHENEY for a week. Carl Andren and his sister, Mrs. Van Brunt, a farmer resi- dent of the Philleo Lake area, i;zsited with Albert Con, nel:ly 1,t Thursday. They also called on Mrs. Rupp, who was 94 y=oars old in February. Mr. and Mrs. Don Morrisen returned this week from a two- week vacation in Las Vegas and Southern Cali,.'arnia. Mor- ris.on piloted a private plane. ]'hey visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray White in Heine.t, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Carlson of Iyler News By Wanda Stengle SISTER VISITED Mrs. Eleanor Schell and son J oh and her granddaughter Renee enjoyed a visit width her sister, Mrs. Eddy Russell, 01"- inda, Calif. They returned on Wednesday of last week. Friday, April 2, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 3 spent a week at a convention. They visited in Old Mexico at Nogales and took a sigh- seeing tour on a bus tWat took them to the harder ,and then they epl:ored on fooec. They returned up the Coast of Caliarnia from San Diego into Oregon and then home. S he,a recorded much of the trip on movie film. son, Pieter Whychoff, Libbyl Mont., tailed to say the .baby weighed 6 pounds, 4 otmces. Her n, ame  Katrina aRd she joins two sisters, Alette and Debarah. Mrs. Ia Jackson will Ieave this Friday fer a trip .to Ke,lso, w'here she will visit at, the home of her daughter, Mrs. Martha Van Plake. Mr.. and SHEAS RETURN tuMid nd mMtsi, r Irv2eaSth:na tr; I anLairySay ..:menin,g Mr. Monday evening Shea reports I ,: '_ ..,.," ..11 anu ue fMein: r.," drr,e tl ,no. ,nd ln " " ,13(1 wlna I-'IOH:s O*I tnene a'y's"ofeame'"lacl@le:'at:lattended the initi'ation off Kay '] , , 7 " ,-,2f ,_" / into Bethel 17 of Job s Daugh- e,u rom rm.erpse, ore., re,u./ters in Chene- 28, and drove through Nevada/ iI- r" '- y" "" " " ....... 1 t De t reterson attenoeo a to tucson, ArLz., where tneY/stat e legiature tax eommis- [ sion hearittg ,at Spokane lriday Saaq Evaucisco. Last week Bon-]evenirtg. hie Morrison enroltod in bal-] Mr. and Mrs. Clare let classes from Jane Larkin[Kartctmer Ea,re the grandpar- of Spokane. /ents ,of a granddaughter. Their Ms. LeRoy Jackson wilt drive his mother to the Coast, com- bini, n,g a brininess trip with a few days vacation. The Rev. Perry Winkle off Juliette, Idaho, vas a guest last week at the ,home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Sheo. He was guest speaker at the reviva! at he Nazaene Ohurch of Cheney. Mr. end Mrs. Ciarenoe Kaa'tchn, er were overnight guests Satu,rday at the Psty Maynard h,ome at Orin.t. IT SAVES YOU TIME, SERVES YOU BETTER, ADDS CONVENIENCE, SAVES YOU MONEY. New Self-Service Shoe Dept. GRAND OPENING Cheney Dept. Store I ! I I I I L__ This Coupon Good For J Dete ................................. 1965 J 50c I On Shoe Purchase of J I I This coupon__ --vid after 90__days__ -- __J $5.00 or more MEN'S -- WOMEN'S -- CHILDREN'S CHENEY DEPT. STORE There are lots of different places to put your money, but there's no better place to save than Seattle-First National Bank. Here are five down-to-earth reasons: Reason One: High Interest Seattle-First National Bank now offers six month savings certificates that pay 4 percent interest. Regular SEAFIRST savings accounts pay 4 percent. This is an exceptionally high return for a guaranteed savings investment backed by the state's largest bank. Reason Two: Convenience It's simpler, easier and faster to have your savings where you also have your checking account and where you can borrow money for any purpose. Seattle-First is a full-service com- mercial bank- the one kind of bank that offers all types of financial services under one roof, Reason Three: Safety Washington's pioneer state- wide bank, Seattle-First has assets of over one billion dollars. Our bank is a memr of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Reason Four: Flexibility Seattle-First offers yoll several different types of savings accounts. Want high interest on a substantial sum of money? Our 41/% Savings Certificates are the answer. Want to put sav- ing on a regular basis? Open an Automatic Savings account and let us transfer a predetermined amount each month from your checkin$ to your savings... automatically. Want to ve for Christmas, a vacation or other special requirements? Open one of our spe- cial "Club" accounts. You see? Seattle-First has a savings plan to meet your particular need, your own special situation. Reason Five: Leverage As a savings customer of Seattle-First National Bank you're a preferred custom- er for our other services. Wc want your business -- all your business - and we're out to earn it by giving you the very best service we can in every wa we can. }bz're more than welcome at N_a_tio_na/Bank