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,ur Lakes Mace---RI 7-7606 at the Sunday eve- Miss Dorothy Da- films taken was a missionary in church board held. H'oer Perry will slmw films NEWS go to al who helped room of the Club met March 26. was hem in and members a $10 don,ation Cun'ty Cm- o be put fu,nd. Mrs. the the craft d'olls. Leader was presented Dirks and Mrs. on selecting figure. county gave a book Among the were de- review and the hostess, ee and dessert brought whi,' eh was 'at the Che,ney were Mrs. Mrs. Lov- Mrs.. Mike Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. and one Siemer. :E DIES Mace was 1880, a,t Har- He was 83 and 6 days of 25, 1964, one son, Four Irs. M1- Mrs. ! Ma Sara Kay Robert Nickeson, and Len- and Danny from Iowa He erm in 1906. rnanried the Odd Lake. Davenport and Medical nuva,ber of % carpeLter . ouses and into rnern, ber of  Spokane et which Murrel in death f 65. Past two in the hem Satur- Jerue Fun- Buria4 ceme- were Ab Mike Ernest Russell o.f Col- Casto BI- Ilyard, 'larion nd Mrs. Mr. ;of of at- members to ITIONs WTm services aSt. stra ws 'at in Delbert Gil- Mr. s and Fred Swan were guests of Mr. a_.d Mrs. Ted tadon and fam- ily for a join*t Easter and birth- day dinn,er fo Mary WKcox. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace av, d family drove o Bla,ne*hard Valley Sunday where Mrs. Mace formerly lived. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Van Camp and their three girls, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tab- bert were Easter di'n'ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sa,m Van Camp. Later in hie afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Bob Van Camp we,re caIl.ers. Saturday evening dinner guests ,at the Del Stand erfe home were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Del Stander- fer and family spent Easier Sunday with Mr. ad Mrs. Lawrence Griffin and Bill Fitz- nor at Plummet, Idaho. Mr. ,and Mrs. Orville Phil- ;lipson .and family had Easter :dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Wal- lace Phil'lipson of Spokane. Mr. ,and Mrs. Orville PhilKp- son ,and family went to I,o,ne to a:[tend the wedding of Mr. Bill Bussard nd C.avol Farn- urn. The reception was hed at the lon, e elemertary sehaol. Mr. ,and Mrs. Mike Miller and family spent Easter Sun- day wi, th Mrs. Miller's sisteT, Mrs. Nell Pri,r, in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Herb An:drews and amily of Kent were Eas- ter weekend guests of Mrs. Elaine Canning. They also vis- ited Mrs. Gretchen Moser. The Burk Sower family spent from Wecnesday through Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. R:olland Jack. Saturday they wet to Pulkman and toured tire veterinary clinic and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jack. Mr. ,arid Mrs. Leo Beck from Vat'Iey were Eas:ter dinner guests of Mr..and Mrs. Eld'on Jenicke. Mrs. Barara Moran md two sons were also there. Mr. and Mrs. Harley I-Iarbb san from Fairchild Air Force :Base were Easter dinner of Sgt. and Mrs. Ted Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Stanly of Walla Walla were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack ttaVtford and family. r. and Mrs. Fred Grub and fani[y had Easter din,'ner at tlm home ,of Mr. and Mrs. Arly Barrett ,of Medical Lake. Mrs. Howard Graham spent Easter with her daughter and s en-imDcw, Mr. and Mrs. Judd M eton and family of Colfax. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stanneck and Kathy of Gibaraldy, Ore., were Monday af, ternoor, visit- ors of Mr. ,and Mrs. H,oward Graham. Bobby and Dean Gifing were Saturday guests of Mr. and Ms. Fred Giffi,ng. Mr. and Mrs. Bots larls- cout and family spen Eas'ter with Mr. ,and Mrs. Bob Scoot. CaUde :Crooks is ,stl con- fined .to St. Lukes Hospi'tal from an atack which occured lt week. Mrs. Claude Crooks s,pe)al Easter with ,Mr. ,and Mrs. Glenn Lunn, ebarg of Spokane. Easter guests of Anna Er- furth we.e Mr. and Mrs. I-Iar- ,old Erfurth, John and Steve, ,and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pet- ers .and son. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vau- ghn :and family spen the weekond with Mrs. Vaugh'n's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Losc'oe Taylor of Evans. Mr. a'nd Mrs. Richard Vaughn left Tuesday morning far CaEfovnia to visit their daughter, Mrs. R(bert Ray, who gave birh o a baby boy early, Saturd,ay morning. The baby s name is Robert Iti,6h:azM Ray. He weighed six pounds, 15% ounce,s. Amber News By Jennifer Jordan Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harris a,nd family and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Haskins were Easter din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris. Lt. and Mrs. gichard Van Vieck were Sunday aftevmmn callers of Miss Franc M,ason and Mrs. Binna Dummeier. it. and Mrs. Van Vieck are rm, stationed, in Puerto Rico. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rietz and family we,re dinner guests .of Mrs. L. W. Rietz of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Ron McKinley and family spent Saturd'ay and Sunctay with Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry Pierce, Wayne and Jayn, e. I Man,day luncheon gues!ts of Mrs. Binrm Dummeier were !Mrs. A,nnetta Jerue, Mrs. No- lan Brown, and Mrs. F. L. Rat- cliff Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grogan ,and Richard were Easer guests of Mr. George McIntosh of Spokane. Mrs. Rose Hallet and Mrs. H,an:nah Martin,son were Eas- ter dinner guests (ff Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Marsh, John and Nick and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marsh, Howard Jr. and Carol were Easer dinner guests ,of Mr. ,and Mrs. Ivan Calvert. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Sooy, Carol and Gary visited Mrs. Marion Bl, edsoe on Easter. Easter dinner guesZs of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill and lon were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Okerstvom and Mrs. B,o,one Mill. Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Bez .and family entertained at a no-host dinner Sunday for Mrs. James Schindler and Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Daniels. Tuesday ev0ning dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Calvert, Mrs. Grace Me- Don,ald and Mr. ,and Mrs:. Les- lie Mill ,and Ron. Mrs. Binn, a Dummeier at- ,tended 'the annual banquet and meeting of The Friends of the IAbmry .of Pullman Thursday. I,Irs. Dummeiex is the presi- dert of the organization. Her guests at the banquet were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Whi'tinger. Mr. Whtinger is the chairman of the library services at EWSC. Miss Franc Mason and Mrs. Binra Dummeier were Friday dinner guegs ,of Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Colter of Spokane. The Col, ters a:n, noun ced te L engage- met of their oldest daughter, C:arelyn. Mr. and Mrs. Olark Cardill CoIeen and Denny o,f Spo- kane and Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordil:l, Kay, Ann and Nels Jr. were Sunday dinner gues of Mrs. L. W. Cord*ill. They cele- brated Ne,ls Jr.'s Nrthd,ay. Dr. arid Mrs. Oscar Jolms'on ad Dr. and Mrs. Jim Jo,hnson and their two girls were Mrs. Binrm Dummeier's guests for E'aer breakfast ,at the Dave,n- part hotel in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Decker re- ceived news Stmday h, at teir daughter, Mrs. Virtue @onzales, gave birth to a baby by. Grange wilI meet tonight, Friday, at 8. Mrs. A1 Weisman w have a Democratic eaumts at her Rome April 18 at 8 ar he Am- ber precinct. The rmual Amber gun club supper will be .held on April 11 at 6:3'0 p. m. C.ards wiit be played and ,all members are invited to attend. Sunday Easter guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Richard Jordan and family were Mrs. Marion B,air Jim Bair ad Chris Jones. Attention Farmers Order Your Spring Grain Seed Now! Edwall's Hi-Energy Seed Idead Wheat & new high yielding Unitan Barley Also Gem Barley, Belford Beardless Bar- ley, 2-Row malting type Haisa barley, Park Oats and Rodney Oats. All seeds purity and germination tested ALL SEEDS CI00EANED AND TREATED AT FULL RECOMMENDED LEVELS FOR WIRE WORM CONTROL, AS WELL AS CERESAN TREATED FOR SMUT AND DISEASE PROTECTION. EDWALL GRAIN GROWERS INC. Phone 631, Edwall, Wash. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner TOUR TO FINISH The Spokane, coun,ty Pomo- na fellowship tour schedule will be completed this Satur- day ,evening in the Bach, ard Va,}ley grange hall at 8:30. Bl, anchard will be host Pomo- na officers, under the direc- tion of the lecturer, M,abel J(hnston, will have a program. Bla,n, chard Valley grange will celebra.te its 25th an'niversary the same evening. Valley Prairie will do the s,pecal floor work. Windsor grange mmnbers are asked to meet at he Em- cry Hewson home at 6:30 p. m. and go in a caravan by way !of Rathdrum, Spirit Lake and I Blan, ch, ard, Ida,ho, as the road !over the mmmltains is sof, t width snow e,n the side. Leo,na Widner of Windsor grange will complete her seventh consecutive ye,ar . attending these Pomona tours Saturday evening. Arthur Stnge is nmster of the Bl:ancbard Val- ley grange and is gate keeper of ,the Washington State Grange. 21 TABLES IN PLAY Wirdsor grange had 21 tab- 1.es ,of cards in pl,ay last Satur- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hew- son and Mrs. Nina H.obbs served refres,hments ,o 88. Among those who won the 17 prizes were Ma,vtha Stu,m- b(mgh, Mrs. Dave E ngl, e, Char- lie Gabby, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson, Otto Bt'eisner and Irma Hanse'n. Otto Bleisne was highest 'with a score of over 5,000. 6 AT PARADISE Paradise Grange had six tables of cards in pay last Sat- urday evening. Roy Be'nway, Jack Engle, Arm, a Brinkman, Gertrude Benway won and Pauline Swan, son won prizes. Next card party will be April 11,atSp. m. PAIR ATTEND PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Frank H,lle'n- head attended the cd party at Windser grange ls,t Satur-' day evening. Mollerhead has been convalescing frown maj'or surgery. ERSONAL MENTIONS Visitors Sunday morning at the Emory Hewson home were their son-in-law and d.augh, te, Mr. and Mrs. Gane Hubbard ,and four children of Ric:h[and. They d,rove to Oppounity and visited another son-indaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Tucker. Retg home they drove to the Fred Allen ,h, ame near Ewan, wh,ere a birthday party d dinner vas hem for Mrs. AUen. Mrs. Ola Eisenrmnn en'ter- tained hst Friday far Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dahm of Deer Dark and Mr. and Mrs. I-lariv of Baltlegwound. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Guest vis- ited the U*ter horse ranch a,s Surd'ay. Mr. and Mrs. PhiIlSp Patter- son, son Jim and Jean Kin- nick visited he Na=vT Reserve certer in Spokane Monday evenirg. The boys co'ok tests o see if .they would hke o join and get special training each Monday eevnn!g. Mrs. Cleo Phillips: visited her son, Wilburn Phillips, laser Sunday. Karen Olsen has returned to school ,after a short illness. Mildred WiNon is spending a few days visiting friends in Cshmere. rs. Daisy Hicks had Eas- ter Sunday droner with Mr. and Mrs. gayrrtond Wal. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hub,b- ard entertained at dinner last Sunday for their son and 9a,m- ily, the Ge'ne Hubbards, of tlichiand. Spangle News By Virginia M. Strock DILLS SURVIVE LASKA QUAKE The Au,stin Brewer family spertt a happier Easter after reeeivin,g news through a 'ham radio operator tttat the,f daughter, Mrs. Leslie Dill, and family of Anchorage were safe .after .the earthquake. The 3rowers and their son, Dr. Ma.son Brewer of State Col- lege, Penn., and Mr. and Mrs. Arden Howey of Spokane we.re dinner guests at the hrne of Mr..and Mrs. Edwin Brewer and family. Dr. Brewer is sending a few days visiting *-- t ' with relatives before and after a meeting i!n, Portland wbieh he is attendi,ng this week. ALLENS AWAIT WORD The Harold Allen family is hopefully awaiting news from Mrs. Allan's two sons and their families, the Metcalfs, and some cousins who live in An- chorage. MRS. STARK BURIED Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stark a'nd Chery and M. C. avk re- tuzm,ed .to the coast after com- ing ,here for burial services for Mrs. M. C. Stark on Tues- day. The service was conduct- ed by Ben Gerking, with Gor- dian Green, Bill Schiche, Verl Hetmer, Bud Sievers, Norton Jennings and Hugh Hart the pallbearers. PERSONAL MENTIONS Belden Dodson ,and son Mike, a .student 'at the Uviver- sity of Washington, were weekend vLsitors at the home of the George Dodsons arid NoPon Jen,nings, while the younger Dodson was enjoying spring vacation from 'hs stud- ies. Mrs. Ma*tha Nielsen enter- :,ined at Easter dinner for Friday, April 3, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page East Cheney By Anna Phillips LAST GAME PLAYED The last card party Satur- day evening at East Cheney gra,nge hall was enjoyed by 26 adults. High prizes went to John Evans and Mrs. Esther Stelzer, low to Bert Swee'ney and Mrs. Mary Babb. Traveling prize went to Sandy Korogy, the door prize to Emery Babb. John Evns had the high ser- ies score and received the grand prize. Mrs. Emery Babb, Mrs. John Babb and Mrs. Gar- nett Boots were the hostesses and served refres'hments. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Mabel A]lard o.f Lew- ision is a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton for a fev days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Span- ger and family entertained at Easter dinner ar Mr. and Mrs. Don Helm, Leonne and Roger. Mr. ,and Mrs. E. R. &haw, Wayne and Ronnie of Clark Fork, Idaho, were Sunday nrorning visitors o,f Mrs. CeTia Kelly :and Frank Ludwig. They a,ltertded church sevvices in Cheney. Mrs. Kelly accompan- ied them to Spokane to a fam- ily Easter dinner at the home of Mr. ,and Mrs. A. W. Shaw, parents of E. K. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Mayfield, Debbie, Dannie and Mickael were weekend gues'tz of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Harrington. The two families enjoyed Easier dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phil- lips and Johnny were Easter evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kile, Shirley, Jack and Connie at Th.rnto'n. Brian David Theissen, born last Friday, i.s the first grand- chiud of Mr. and Mrs. Joe La- bi.sh. Mrs. Theissen formerly was Judy Labish. Joe Lbish, Joyce, Jimmie and JenrAfer called on the Charles Eddhngon and Tom Labish ramies Easter Sunday. ";:ili!Wiiiiiii ..ii!!iiiii!i!i COLONIC IRRIGATIONS O. I hare been reeelving colonic irrigations regularly for about two years without any tmprovement tn my general health. How long should I continue these treatments ? A. Colonic irrigation (used chiefly by pseudohealth clin- ics) are of .no benefit and may be harmful. Such "treat. ment" is based on the .theory of auto-intoxicatin and ab- so/'ption of "poisons" through the bowel wall. This is pure nonsense in the light of scien- tific studies. TOOTH EXTRACTION FOR HEART PATIENTS Q. My mother, who has had one heart attack, has several bad teeth but is afraid to see a dentist. Is tooth extraction sa/a for  person who has a bad heart? A. Yes, provided the dentist contacts the physician before any teeth are extracted. Armed with th knowledge of your mother's condition and what medicines, if any, she is taking, the dentist can "tailor" his approach to fit the cir- cumstances. 'W'e take pride in our profes. aiontake pride in bringing you the gervlee and prod ttets of modern Pharmacy at their very finest. % her family, Mr. and Mrs. Eb f  Baird, Judy and Jay, Mr. and I Mrs. Harry Reilly, Beverly a.nd] Allenn, and Mr. and Mrs.] Claude SChieche. In the eve-' n.irg the same group was at the Harry Red:lly he,me where ',they enjoyed birt'hday cake and ice cream in celebration BE 5"6348 of Mrs. Reilly's birth@ay. W.H. Westerman The Ed Strocks and Ron Greens were Easier din,ntzr guests at the h, ome ,of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster and twins in Spokane. SPRING AT LAST With the .sudden and wel- come arrival of long awaited spring weather it becomes, dif- ficult to con, tact lople for news as everyone seems o be busily engaged in yard and garden chores. Perhaps by an- other week everyone will be recuperating from ,the sore muscles acquired in the sud- den burst of activity and your reporter may be able to ctch a few more for news reports. SUPPORT USO THROUGH UNITED " COMMUNITY CAMPAIGNS CHEVY .]I by Chevrolet How to get _awzay fr0mit all including the highcost of travel ! vhob family there and back on a small vacation budget. You get 76 cu, ft, of cargo space for..less than you'd pay for most sedans. You get money- saving, easy-care features, too. And you'll go so far between gas stops you'll think we built in a spare tank. And now that it's Trade 'N' Travel Time at your Chevrolet dealer%, you'll never fin4 a better time to buy a Chevy IL There's a wide" r.anga of engines mad tramisslons to choose from. And whatever you pick, you can be sure you'll always get a good run for your money. Chevy II Nova ,-Door Station Wago Brown and Holter Motor Co. 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY BE 5-6231 1