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Friday, April 10, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page $ News people in the morrtrs since ,the Pilgrimage irginia M. Strock was conducted hst summer. Liberty High FHA students Jo Wilson, en are sending Lynda and ary for sLx Sc.hmidt and J,aniee Kruse as trini was delegates to the State FHA'. visitor a[ the convention to be held in Seat- boone ]3ast fie Apri,1 16, 17, 18. They will be accompanied by Rose Kimp- Knuth and Shr: ton, advisor, Darlene Wright, entertained at state officer and Liberty stu- f(xr Mrs. Mar- dent, and Kare Bhuevt, Who LouSe Pit- I-Ia,rry Reil- Mr. and ay and Judy, SChieehe, vonne and Dale (.0rie) Beaugb:a Her of Haz- home at the he is sur- at the si'er-in-law s'on of Mr. school of at the have been Raft, cM1- Rona,ld enj ong vacation Hart Elemen- Week. They Lhe school of the campfire h.e. PTO, pros at Frederick Blau- and Marlette, Unday din- l%ed Blauert were Mr. and Lieal, Leben is a schohrship applicant. Miss Wright wH,1 have a trip to Chicago to the National FHA convention for five days in .the s,ummer. Mr. and Mrs. Ha'otd Allen received news on Tuesday of la,st week hat he fa,milies of: the Kenneth and Leon Met- calf of Anchorage, Alaska were safe, although shaken foil, owing t'he earthquake. They re'ported much damage to smll movable and breakable objects such as China arrd pic- tures but their homes are liv- able and they re sheltering otbers who were driven out of their homes due to severe damage. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Getz arrived from Portlnd Friday to attod .the wedding of Lor- en Girsberger. They are Visit- in,g at the Harold Girsberger home. A number of Spa,rrgle peop,le drove to Republic for the wed- din,g of Loren Girsberger, a lieutenant in the U. S. Mar- ine Corps, and Kathryn B,ain, which was held Sunday at the Presbyterian church. Among those from Spangle and fo.r- mer residents of Spagte who were here were: Mr. and Mrs. Norton Jermings, Mr. arid Mrs. tlans Clausen, r. and Mrs. tt,aro,ld Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Drummond, Mr. and Mrs. Dud Decker, Mr. and Mrs. Lar, ry Zehm and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Potter. The Harold Girsbergers, Ke.ith, and the Reuben Getz family as we as the groom- to-be, were el,1 ,at Republic on Saturday evening for the wed- ding rehearsal. repor.t some much snow m he,ir part 68, Park- Lhe yeSes- on born in at a N EW and is sr- NOW ONLY Jr, Hod 'Borsch t Idle- Rted- Pdll and W. trip ,to Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner OPEN HOUSE HELD Windsor grarge hld open house hst Wednesday eve- n'_inlg. There were 51 present. Past masters present wete Guy Hannm, Date Hagel, Roy Doz, Art Shillam, Florence Si, ll- iam artd Lou,i'se Presta. Twery-five year members present were Adelaide Lar- sen, Mr. and Mrs. G,uy I-hn- num, Flora Smith, Mr. and Mrs. JuRus VaderWahl, Mr. and lrs. Roy Droz, Frente Sli']:liam, Mr. and Mrs. Art .all of Shilliam and WHliam SchuRz. A potluck dirmer preceded the .program, ,under he direc- tion ,of ,the leucturer, Oarlyn P,az'sla,]/I. On he program were Susan Stewart, accordion; Mr. arid Mrs. Dick Getrum, skR; Josoph Todd, vocal solo, ac- companied on he lino by Nina I-Iobbs; Leonard Getrum, saxophone, a,nd Kare We- lmn; vocal solo. LAST TOUR HELD The 'ast ,of the Pomona grange fellowship to,urs was held l'ast Saturday evening in the Bl,an,ehard Valley grange ha.l'l. There were 107 grang- ers present. Master Art Strange was in the chair. Po- mona master Ray Christensen preserrted 25 year pins to six Blan, chard Valley grange me,m- bets. Valley Prairie grange ha,d charge ,of the special floor lut PROTECTION It HYPOiD GEARS (lear Lubricant guards against keeps gears'working smoothly and ing conditions, to resist deterioration, it main- qualities for long periods.., even and extreme pressure. Recom- and many other - lord Oil prodd-t, e.all (. )" t. HASKINS / Kallispel __ 235-6378 'work. Pomona lecturer had clarge ,of the program with Pomona officers participathg. "This Is Your Life" was the theme, with Lyman Huben- thal's life revealed. Mabel Johnston read the commer- cials. Those .on the program were Flora Ma, ttauseh, Mary Jane Hankel, Henry Clausen Eileen C huse, Orville Caus,e Irvin Cain, Dwight Beach, Ray Four Lakes Lenard Mace--RI 7-7606 CHURCH NEWS CYF met at the church Wed- nesday to clear up the church y,ad. They raked and picked up articles of waste. The yard looks real nice now. SINGSPIRATION SET Walla $o visi Mrs. H. L. Da, vis. Mr. ,and Mrs. Boots Earls- eou,rt and Yamily dove to Odessa SuTrday and took in the Lincoln County trap shoot. : Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Henneih and family ,of Coulee City were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. DaHa Henneigh of Four Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Larson a:d family were Thursday Clnistertsen, Edith Scott, Hat- tie Beach, Will AheVn, Oran Scott, Jane Hankel and Mrs. Hubenlhal. Windsor grange metubers aterding the tour wea'e mas- ter Dale G,uest, Irma Stragier, Carolyn Parshall, Ni,na H obbs CYC has chosen April 12 fr evenhtg visitors of Mr. and its sing@iration. Everyone is I Mrs. Sid Larson. 1 o e Th r " s c Mr and Mrs Rich, ard Dixon wec m. e e wfl be pe-] . . .- ia! talent and congregational[O ront, wasn., were Sunday singing Plan to atten,d Re-[visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sid freshments will be served by [Larso.. ...... CYF. [ A tamny stoner was nem [ in honor of Darrell Phillipson, Mr. and Mrs. Bmery Hewson Mr. and Mrs. Roy Droz, Ru{h Guest, Mr. :and Ms. Ph,ilip Patterson, Laurel, Jim Patter- son, Au.dry Wertran and Leona Widner. Mrs. Dwight Beach told the gra, rgers how .she saved their shop from burning by driving a tractor, which was on fire, e,ut of he shop int'o a field. Her hair was singed and her face was red from the ,hat. Damage to the tract, or was $600. Leone Widner told about the accident she had with her grandchildren's pet goaf, and of the presertation of a pil- l'ow to .her by lecturer M,abel Johnston at he Tyler grage tour. Oran Scott n'nounced the Pomona grange picnic will be Juy 12 at Comstock park in Spokane. Flora Mattausch won the door prize. Quinten Landreth toYd abu: the West Deep Creek grange 'hal,1 burning on Wednesday, April 1. All grange equipment in the main ball and the piano were saved. The fire started in the kitc:hen, cause unknown. The grange was covered by n- surance. CARDS PLAYED Sunset gran, ge had ii tables rOBf cards in play hst Saturday evening. Mary Brown won he dear prize; Tom Hedger, gal- loping goose; Adehide Larsen, high lady; Frank Sterritt, high man, and Dwain Tufto, ow. Among those Who ttended were Mr. ,and .Mrs. Frank Windsor, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Andern, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shonkwiler, Mr. ,and Mrs. Chse R,oskam, V'allie Wood:hu,rst, Leon, a Widner, Ariel,aide La- BASEBALL CALL AIRED All boys between the .ges of 10 to 14, interested  txtaying little league basebl during the summer ,Shoutd call Leon Be,trick, RI 7-1717. PTO TO MEET Four Lakes PTO will meet April 15 at Four Lakes school at 8 p. m. Help your children by supporting your PTO. See how they have progressed. AUXILIARY TO MEET Grange 'auxiliary will meet a{ the home :of Mrs. Alice Reit- meier with Janice Reitmeier .as co-hostess )n April 16. Don't forgt your secret pal gift. BILL CROOKS HOME Bill Crooks and .h's family from San Diego, Calif., came home Friday evening to Four Lakes. On Sunday Mrs. Claude Crooks had a dinner for all her children and her grad- children: Mr. and Mrs. @lenn I,unneborg and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crooks and son, ad Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crooks and family. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Lorraine McMil, lan is home from the hop, sin- cere got well wishes ,go to her. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace drove to Blanehard VMley grange for the grange's 25h anniversary. Charter members reveived pins and cetifieates. The Maces were accompanied by two of the 25-year mem- bers, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ghnders of Spokane. There were 107 present. Mr. and Mrs. Ber Spear spent the weekend in Walto helping cele.brte Mrs. Laura Randa,ll's birthday. Mrs. Ran- d,all is Mrs. Spear's nther. whose birthday was Tuesday. Gary ,and Ke,lly Kiht, grandchi,tdren .of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stamper, are staying with Mr. and ,Mrs. Smpe. Mr. and Mrs. Ted ladon artd faly and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox and family had plan- ned a picnic at the BowI and Pitcher Sunday but because the windy weather they pic- nicked at the Wilcox home. Mr. and Mrs. Delnar Pitz- her became paren'ts of a ha,by boy Monday. He joins a broh- erand a sister at the .ome. Amber News By Jennifer Jordan Mrs. A1 Weisman he.ld a Democratic Caucus at her hehe on April 8. I't was prev- iously announced that it would be on April 18, whiOh was an error. Mrs. Fred McKinley, Mrs. Ron McKinley and Mrs. N. A. CordiH won prizes w'he the Young Gals bridge club met at the home of Mrs. J. H. Harris last Wednesday. The bridge club wil'l next meet at Mrs. Cordill's home. The .cooking ,and sewing di- visiorr of the Amber Ramblers, 4-H club will meet Surday at the Glen Best home at 10. Saturday evening Mrs. Les- lie ,MiH attended the Ea.sterr, Star instal,lotion of the offic- ers in the Loyalty chapter at Spokane. Mrs. Grace McDon- ald, Mrs. Mill's sister, was in- stalled as associate matron of t'hat cl-tapter. lussell Hoopingarner was a Saturday aftern)on caller of Mr. arrd Mrs. Harry Oeser. Sunday dinner a nid bridge guests of Mrs. Binna Durum- seaa and Irma Straie. Sunse grange has card par- ties ,on the first ,and ,thud Fri- days of the mor starting t 8p.m. There will be a dance in the h a Surday, April 11, ,starting ,at 9 p. m. On Tursday Mr. and Mrs. eier were Mr. a,rd Mrs. Robert Leon Barrick drove to Walla Miclmlson, Gall and Mrs. Vir- ...... Iginh Dressier, el,1 of Ohoney. ' [ Sunday visitors of Mrs. Josie fi.eld, Mrs. Flora Smith a,nd[Marh were Mr. and Mrs. Ian Adehide Larser  drove tel Calvert, Mr. and s. Keit,h Spirit Lake, Idaho, last Sunday. I Cummings, Mike and Patty, Mrs. Smith served dinner on l,and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Marh, theia-return home. Jthn ,and N,ck. Naval-Air service for six years. He attends chsses once a m,onth at Sea,tie. The grange drive will be held throtrsh the month o,f April. The next meeting will be April 17 at 8:30. Ladies wtro have made dresses will. model them. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Weism,n, and Mr..and Mrs. Rchard Jordan were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lee of Cbeney. Anne Stahlborn was a week- end guest of Jennifer Jordan. 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, Roon 121 Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob rained at the above office. T. T. Wall, Director of Purchasing (July 1, 1963-July 1, 1964) "k This is the cleaner that walks on air. No pulling, no tugging, cleaner fallows after you on its own air stream. New low silhouette nozzle removes dirt and lint faster, easier because it's a Hoover. "k Exclusive double-stretch hose reaches everywhere. PERSONAL MENTIONS MLr. and Mrs. Leo. Clhimenti and family visited Mr. a,nd Mrs. Paul Clfimenti in Sand- ptrirrt h,st Sun, day. Jim Otson attended a birth- day party last Satury at the home ,of lody Van LeaE The new freeway will take a 1.arge slice out of Em,mett Kampa's yard. Flora Snth visited Mabel Wayne Monday. rrma Stragier, H, attie IAttl,e- Mr. a,nd M, rs. Emery Hew-- son visited relatives n,er Mal- den last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. G. Jasnan en- tcained at dinner hst Mon- day for Mrs. J. Widner. Chavellet Rowen visited in Swague Tuesday. rs. Emma Doughty visited in Spokarre last Monday. i Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fo,wers; were in Spokane Monday to call on ,a relative at Dea,coness hospital. , ,,,, We have itl 00,919 Brand The balanced alfalfa For extra bales of dean, leafy hay per acre, or a sweet, high tonnage of een " chop, plant Northrup King's 919 Brand alfalfa. It's a combination of fast growing, northern adapted, hardy alfalfas for two to three year rotations. Under adverse conditions 919 Brand comes through with high yields. That's because it has the balance of disease resistance, &ought resistance, and winter-hardiness of long-rotation alfalfas, plus the leafi- heSS and fast recovery of short-otafion varieties. All in one brand! Make it a point to see us first.  .... Cheney Grange Supply 118 Union BE 5-6214 Sunday guests of Mr, ad Mrs. Justin FRatreau were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Best, Qlenn,a, Connie .and Frank and Mr. and Mrs. JOhn Edmiston. Ice cream and cake were served in ,horror of the Filiatreau's birth- days. Thursday morni,ng, Mrs. Les- lie Mill attended a party given by Mrs. Dee Ablemaaa of Che- hey. /)an Lucas joined the Navy :recently. ])an wi con,tinge his "k King size throw-away bag holds more dirt. "k Full horsepower. motor. REGULAR 49.95 3 only Edgett Bros. Thanks to America's Rural Electrics More than light can come from a lamp. To a Latin American youngster_ learning to read, a lamp reveals a world of knowledge and understanding. To a remote poverty-stricken village, the electric power that lights the lamp can also mean au electric water pump, refrigeration to preserve life- saving drugs and keep food cool and fresh, the sounder reason from a radio. Communism cannot stand the light of a lamp or the sound of reason. Democracy flourishes as life acquires meaning , , . and everybody benefits. In the villages of Colombia, Brazil and many other Latin American countries today, America s rural electric leaders, at the request of the State Department,, are helping people develop their own electric cooperatives. America's rural electrics know the need for helping Latin Americans help themselves..Less than 30 years ago most rural Americans wer..e " .temsewes without electricity because existing utilities saw no profit in serving then. So with the aid of Rural Electrification Admin- istration loans they started their own non-profit rural electric systems. Today' REA loans continue to help these rural electncs meet rural power needs which keep doubling every seven years .. and everybody benefits. ]No REA loans are involved in the effort to light the ,lamps of freedom in Latin America--just the know-how and dedica- ation of our rural electric pioneers. INLAND POWER & LIGHT CO. Inland Is Good for Spokane County