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Frida, April 9, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page $ News Joanne Green ;ERS DOUBLE Telephone has doubled subscribers since telephone system D anforth five In the five years all dial system and have been in- are now over subscribers out office. CELEBRATED Chaot was hon- birthday lurrch- parties during the HELD services were held Spanffle Christian Those joining Brewer of Slan- Pete Cornelius of SCORES ek meet at Medical ]esday marked three Libertythe first season, the firs,t has ever had an en- event, and the fan LHS c.ompetitior in every event led Medical Freeman in first Medical Lake, with entered, was able le is nit Motel ly Units Units Iround e&apos;s |uty Shop 6.50-Up - Fri., 9 -5 -3 Jngs -Brands cery Store Fruits, Etc. Shop Haircuts m.- 7 p. m. From Geiger Field Highway 10 8-1223 ,.o u, Marshall News third phces to win on points, O 771/2-66. Liberty took eight firsts, three seconds, six thirds Mrs. Lloyd Level] RI 1.3834 and five fourth places. RUMMAGE SALE TUESDAY Liberty's placing in each Four Corners Grange Ladies event was: 120 high hurdles, will hold their annual rum- Green third Haladyna, fourth  e a T n d in , , . maoe sol_ t N. 4 B er__r_ ._ ]80 low hurdles, Green third SDokane Tuesdav Any articles 100 yard d a,h, R. HardeY, ltlat anyone may' wis[h to still first, W Hardesty thiro; zzuidonat e thev mav be lp'ff nt the ' 40 ....  ......... ' ....... yard, R. Hardesty, first; ,, [Marshall Store or at the home yard, Zehm first, Albert fourt, n; I o f Mrs. Ray HILL. 880 yard, Groth, first; mira, j Jeske, first; two mile, Rcellich, I fiRANG E WILL MEET fourth, mile rela..y, IAb.erty I Four Corners Grange will first bbU relay L,IDeTIy first; line Wedndnv nt R n .., tong ,lump, Zehm, thira; mgnlThe Alvin Kelsos and ISrnie 00ump, W00,00ht, .second, Pi00kig00:l Cum00s win serve during col- on, tourn; javenn, ruce I fee hour Morgan, second, Cole, hird;I ' _ __ pole vault, Wright, second, [ RUMMAGE SALE SET Brad Morg.an,.third k ShMOotrPUnt, [ The Ladies Christian Circle t, reen, nrst; mscus, D. g , lof the Marshall Oomimunity fou,rth. [church will hold their annual rummage sale Thursday at N MUSICIANS DO WELL Students wlo took p'art in the senior division solo and small ensemble eon,te at Ohe- ney Saturday did well. The Liberty BeLLes rated "super- ior," the highest possible. Oth- ers, Marsha Hein, Richard Clausen, and the Betlto,nes, were rated "excellent." GRADS ON LIST LHS graduates Alan Kee,.W and Neil Felgenhrauer were among the top 10 per cent of WSU freshmen for the first semester. Dwain Wegner and Stan Delzer also made very commendable records. FAIR WINNERS NAMED In West Liberty's Science Fair March 23, judged by Messrs Gaertner, Cahilt and Vogt, upper division winners were John Sehieehe .and Dick lasmussen, first; Joe Sievers, second; Dick Krauel, third, and Judy Babb and Sharon Cck- burn, fourth. In the lower division Carol Splichal and Sharon Piersl tied with Hal Boven and Gary Parker for first; Ann McKim lay ,and Chris LaBetle, second; Dennis Raugust, third, and Beverly Syverson ,and Patty Johnson, fourth. Winnirrg projects go to the Inland Bmpire Seience Fair at Glover Junior High. DEMONSTRATIONS GIVEN Thirteen girls from the Hoe and Grow 4-H Cl:ub herd t/heir Demonstration Day last Sttr- day ,at the West Liberty Ele- mentary lunch room. Girls re- ceiving blue ribbon were Becky Ftaig, "how to make a green bean casserole"; Patty Johnson, "how to scramble egs;" Anna McKinay, "se- crets to better satads;" Janet Piersol, "a breakfast treat;" Milinda D eGon, "how to thread a needle;" Sharon Piersol, "key to baking success;" Carol Ann Sglichal, "biscuits supreme;" and Gaj, le Schieehe, "appetiz- ers." Red ribbon win,ners were Robin Crabtree, "making a cheese sandwich;" Judy Crn- messer, "preparing material .rrd raying .out 'a pattern;" arilyn Sievers, "tuna casser- ,ole;" Beverly Syverson, "mac- arom and cheese casserole;" and Jane ttattgust, "two ways of roasting beef." Judgirtg were Mrs. Mary El- len Camp of Bast Cheney 4-H 25 Cent FIVE BAY DO-IT-YOURSELF Cheney Car Wash Coming Soon HIGHWAY 10 AND COCOLALLA ACROSS FROM GIBSON'S THRIFT STORE '4 Bernlard. The ladies are raising money to use in remodeling their kit- chen in the church basement, ,and some will go to a child in the missionary in Formo,sa which the 1,adies are sponsor- ins. Anyone wishing to donate any articles may call Mrs. Gar- ry Bleeker at TE 8-3746 TICKETS ON SALE Prizes have been s,elected and the tickets are on sale by students of Windsor Elemen- tary Schol from third grade through the eighth for draw- ings at the annual Windsor School Carnival. The date is May 1. Carnival chairman is Carmen Stewart. Prizes selected include a television, a fisherman's rod and reel and a transistor radio LIL GREENE CONFINED Mrs. Lil Gleene of Seribner was hospitalized ,at St. Lukes this week to undergo tests to :determine the cause of a pain in her back. The Greenes' daughter, Di'ane, is staying at the home to hetp her faCher with the smaller edven, Deb- bie and Greg. MISSIONARY HEARD Missionaries Rev. and Mrs. Dan Maser of he Republic of Honduras were fluent speakers at the Marshall Community church Sunday. They showed fil,ms on their work in Hon- duras. BREAKFAST PLANNED The men's fellowship group of the M'arsbtl Community Club and Mrs. Margaret Groth of Fairfield, from the county extension .office. Ruth Oold gave suggestion,s on how to im- prove their devn.onstaaons. The best demonstrations will be eompeting at Liberty High April 17 in the district demon- stration day contest. OPEN HOUSE ENJOYED SeverM studen,ts w.ho have applied for admission to Wash- ington State University attend- ed an open house over the weekend. Some ,of the .activi- ties they enjoyed were an as- sembly meeting, a tour off var- ious depamerrts arrd an ex- change dinner given by sror- ities and fraternities. Students were Nay Cupp, Jeanne Good- ner, Bonnie McClellan, Connie Hoffman, Lin<ta Blesner, Shar- ,on Lederer and Alan Reilly. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Harold Girsberger been visiting with her daugh- ter in Portl, and for the ast week. Dennie Hall is ome from WSU for spring vacathon. Others home .are Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tucker and son, Ed- die Wittwer and Alan Keevy. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Green of Spokane visited with Roy MiLL and Mr. arrd Mrs. Verl Helmer Sunday afternoon. They were Sunday evening spper, guests at the Ran Green home. Mrs. Jack Rigsby and dauffh- ter visited with Roy Mill and Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helmet tast Friday and Saturday. Miss Carolyn Sievers was an overnight gnest of Rene Crab- tree last Fridlay. They ce,le- bvated Rene's birthday with a birthday supper Friday eve- nig. Clarence Fordon is visiting at he Paul Rasmusser home before returning to Seeley Lake. He spent the winter in Ca]iifornia. & Pine East Cheney By Anna Phillips CHARTER DRAPED At grange meeting last Fri- day evenin,g reports were given by Harry. Hampton, John Babb, John Phillips aM Garnett Boots. The charter was draped in memory ,of Mrs. Rose Nel- s0,n, late wife of state master A. Lars N e.ls, on. Lecturer Esther Stelzer had Mr. and Mrs. Don M, acQuarrie and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Clarence Da- vis on the program. MacQuar- tie introduced Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred T. Odell of Rosalia. Odell epl!a,ined the money situation. Mr..and Mrs. Cl!arence Davis showed a map and gave high- lights .of Nevada. Mess Minnie Wittenbach served refresh- ments. PERSONAL MENTIONS Joyce Labish spent the week- end with her friend, Miss Sha- ron Brown, of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup were Sunday dinner guests of the.ir daughter, Mrs. Jack Hart- ford of F'our Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Dua!ne Harring- ton and family of Moses Lake were over weekend guests (f Mr. and Mrs. Ve,rn Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. John Myriek and family and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Mavfield and family, all of Sp,okane, joined them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish, Jimmie and Je,nnifer visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edding- ton and family of Green.acres last Sunday. The Eddingtons are parents of a new baby boy. The babishes ,also called on Mrs. Ann Mandy ,and daugh- te,rs while in Spokane. LILLIES CORSAGES PLANTS BOUQUETS FOR church will hold a 7 a. m. breakfast Saturday for men a.rtd college age boy's only. They will do their own cooking and serving. BABY SITTERS READY The Christian Oiele ladies have made arrangements for a baby sitg service for mem- bers who attend rrd ave small children Next meetin'g of th group is April 20 in the Marshall Commu.mty church. BIG THANKS GIVEN A big thanks to the olks of the community ho ha, re do- n'ated funds wt,deh are ,helping ,to build new kitchen cbnets in the Marsh, aft Community Church basement comes from Rev. Richard Lanhe,ar and the congregation. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ohse and Karen drove to Coulee Dam Sunday and stopped to see the dam. Returning home they visited the new ,oair ter- minal buil.dig at Geiger Field. Mrs. Lilfian Johnson of Sp kne, sister of Mrs. Gus Klop- penburg, is a house guest his week Mrs. Mel Bedient of Cheney was guest f ,horror at a birth- day dinner Sunar at the home i of Mr. and Mrs. George Cheer- er. Mrs. BedierWs family and Orlin Peterman were present. Other guests .at the G-'he,ever home Sunday were Mr. and M,rs. Gene Dimico and Mr. and Mrs. Pierrie Dimieo. Oriin Peterman, a farmer resident and studen't at Cheney High School, h, as returned from Californi,a and will make his home in Spokane, where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lovell and Cheryl and David attended a housewarmin'g party at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Tucker in Spokane Sun- day afternoon. They also vis- ited the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Bryant to call o,n Mrs. Bill Brayman, Mrs. BryarWs sister, who is recuperatin from major surgery. Mrs. Matt Skocilic,h and Mark and Mary Pat we.re guests at a birthday luncheon at the home of Mrs. Duane Oestman. It was Mrs. Oestm,an's bithd,ay Mnday. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. (Bud) Fischer left on a month's va- cation throug;h the coastal states and Arizon,a and will visit retatives in California en route. Mrs. Fischer's sister, Mil- dred, and her husband, Earl Ketha, Seattle, 1t stay  the ranch unt'fl ,the Fischers return "a:round tle end of April. Wi,,hout music life wuM be a mistake.Nietzsc:he. GOOD USED TIRES $3 to $10 CHET'S FLOWERS Phone235.416 Al's Auto Parts Tyler News By Wanda Stengle By Phyl GRANDCHILDREN VISIT Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ableman were their grandchildren, Avdie, Terry and Barbie Jo Able,man ef Gheney. Surtday overnight guest was the Ablemans' son Joe of Nys- sa, Ore. AFTERNOON CALLERS Sunday afternoon, callers at the Art Stengle home were Mr. and Mrs. George Poitras, who were on their way home to Spo- kane from a three month tour whieh included Australia, New Zeahnd Land Hawaii. PERSONAL MENTIONS Thursdlay "afternoon visitors of the Arlie Ablemans were Mrs. Kate Dennis of Omak and Mrs. Betty Dennis of Grand Coulee, Mrs. LueIla Kuhn and son and Nita Han,Sel and d,augh- ter of Espanola. J. P. Brown Sr. was very ill with the flu hst week but is] on the mend at this writing. Lee Ableman and sons, Bob Rogers and daughters o Che- ney and Bob Jydstrup and son of Spokane helped J. P. Brown and sons brand over 200 spring calves Sunday. Sund,ay dinner guests of Mrs. Myr[le A Able,man were Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Able,man. In the afternoon they drove to the J. P. Brown ranch to watch the cal.f branding o,peraion. Don and Ricky Compton of Pasco are spending their spring vacation with their aunt, Mrs. Velma Davis. Mr.s William Blackman of Rufus, Ore., Mrs. Frances Kel- ly of Lamont arid Mrs. Gilbert Swanson of Reardan took their sister, Mrs. Vetma Davis, to dinner in Spokane Saturday in .honor of her birthday. Mr. ,and lrs. Joe SheU spen Saturday evening visiting the Mel Schells at Pose FI, Idaho. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.. E. R. HarTls .and Don- na were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Carrier, son Bill and daughter, ,Jo Ann, and Miss Drothy Da- vis of Spokane. The occasion was Mrs. Carrier's birthday. Mrs. Ira (Grandma) Jclen underwen,t major surgery Deaeoness .ho:spital last Friday. She  reported getting aong fine. Sunday dinnex guests of the Ie Roy Jackpots were Iver- ett Retter and family of Spo- kane. Mr. and Mrs. Wilia,m Keith atterded the Am,e'iea.n Legion ra,Hy and variety shaw at We- natchee last Friday nht. Mrs. Keith's daughter, Mrs. Helen Bewick, took part in the leion You can find it in the classifieds. CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- al equipment and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 21, SbowMter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob. rained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchas'mg. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) drill to,m, and her sondn4aw is a member of the leio drum and bugle corps. Both were in the show. Dick Rosenau attended a sur- prise birthday dinner, given by Mrs. Agnes Ellery, for her nephew, Carl @rub, at Medical Lake Saturday evenin,g. Bob and John Stenle and Charles Davis played in the Cheney district wide band een,cert at Cheney High School Tuesday evening Mrs. Sharon Shea "ard Pat and Mrs. W'anda Stengle and landy visited Grandma (Lla) Lamphier ,at the Gheney Nurs- ing Home Friday fternoon. Mrs. J, ohn I4rm and daugh- ters Sue and Kay ,attended Job's Daughters Go To Church Sunday 'at he United Chuh .of Christ, followed by a moth- er-daughter luncheon in the Monie Temple in Chen,ey. Saturday evenin,g, John Ham attended the l,sonie dinner and district No. 27 meetiltg a the downtown asenie Temple in Spokane. Mr. ,and Mrs. Alvin Miller served at Grange Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. Bb Shea had as weekend guests Mrs. Shea's parents, Mr. *and Mrs. E. F. Pace ,of Kermewick. Saturday afternoon Kay Ham aktend, ed the birth@ay ,party o P, amel,la Wooldridge in @heney. Kay Ham wishes to thank the many people wlm .have saved their cancelled stamps for her for the Gran,ge. She reports that she has ahnost 15,000 of them ready .to give to Mrs. Peterson. "Plee keep saving them as this is a year around project," she said. good news abma home loans! FHA home loans to buy, build, remodel or refinance now available in this area through Seattle-First National Bank Seattle-First is pleased to announce that because of new Federal Housing Administration policies, we can now offer favorable FHA financing terms on property that previously would not qualify. Until recently, a home had to conform to metro- politan construction standards to qualify for FHA financing. Under the new policy, FHA will approve loans on homes that eonlorm to the construction standards generally prevalent in he town or area iu which the property is located. This means that Seattle-First can now make FItA real estate loans in this area -- loans that we could not make in the past. We can also make FtIA loans to refinance an existing real-estate contract. Like to know more about this program and the advantages of FItA financing? Come see us and we'll be glad to explairt the details. You're more tban welcome at Seattle-First. Sea.ttle-First National Bank The Cheney High School Community Work Day Tuesday, April 13 A community work day, in which high school students will go out into the community on the farms, into the homes and stores, and gain work experience by doing actual work that needs to be done, will be Tuesday, April 13. The purpose of the day is to raise money for all of the school's various activities. The date this year will be April 13. In ces of bad weather, the work day will be held Wednesday, April 14. A great many people have already indicated their interest. Students are going to do all kinds of work---clean yards, pile wood, do carpentry and repair jobs, wash and iron, clean house, care for children, wash windows or car, help with the family mending, or other similar work, The hours for students will be from 8:30 a. m. to noon and 12:30 to 3:30 p. m. and the minimum wage will be 75 cents an hour. All the money taken in will' be put in the Student Body General Fund. Phone 235-6203 at the High School. Community Work Day this year will be held in cooperation with the Cheney Volunteer Firemen, and the Chamber of Commerce, Clean.up, Fix.up program. I ............ TO BE FILLED OUT BY PERSONS DESIRING WORKERS J Employer's Name .................... E222221 .................................................................................. I Address i ........................................................ J J Type af Work .................................................................................................................... I Apprximate Number of Hours You Will Need Help ................................................ J Number of Workers Needed .................................................................................... [ Boys Girls j Give Name of Student or Stttde.ns i.f You Have a Preference ................................ , Chage per .hottr is 75 cents Working Hours 8:30 a. m. to 3:30 p.m. [ I