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News Innifer Jordan LUNCH wit sauce, green and buyer, apple green butter, milk. Chicken and sweet pota- and butter, ice Vegetable and cabbage and Peanut butter and buter, ns with am, sandwicles, Pears, milk. gun club dinner was wel attertd- won by Mrs. Mrs. Fran- ad Mrs. we-e Thu,rs- of Mr. and . 'av.d amily. callers of Mitl and Mrs. Louis Ted Falk CalverL Cummings of Mr. and lon. of Mr. G'lenna, were Mr. and Heights Nic- l di IL ler., ( ;let rr eet Scheduled aturd., but guests of Cordill Gage o Spokane guest of l them The ob 'rain a spent the vis- of Mr. were Mr. T. cartd tee members are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spuler, Mrs. L. W. Rietz and Mrs. Wilson Cree. The lome econ, omics departmen will presen,t a style shaw. Ciarl Marsh was a Friday calle,r .of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert. Gene Haskins was a guest l'ast week of John Harris. Jo Ellen Jordan was a guest Thursday of Donna Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goodwin and Gary of Kahlotus visitedi Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harris last week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. J. H. Harris and family. Mike Cummings was a guest f:or the spring vaeatign of Nick M, arSh. Mr. and Mrs. Thain Carman ,o,f Spokane an,d Mrs. L. W. Rietz of Cheney were Sunday d,iTmer guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rietz and 2amily. Leslie Harris was a spring vacation guest o{ Clark Jorda,n: and John Jordan wus: a guest of Bob IIarlfiS. Franc Mason and Mrs. Bin- na Dummeier were Saturday guests of Mrs. Jean Knudtsvn of Mead. Franc Mason went to St. Maries last Monday. Franc Mas:on and Mrs. Bi!n, na Dummeier we,re gueysts of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Weaver at the Inland Empire asociaion banquet ,on Thursday. Spangle News By Virginia M. Strock WSU STUDENTS HOME Mrs. Bill MeKern and Da- vid of Metane Falls a'nd Mrs. Anita Mace and Abe of Spo- kane spent part of 1,ast week visiting at the Hem-y Jones home during the spring holi- days. Also visiting during spring vacation were Mrs. laymond Sieverkropp and children of Ephvata, wlm visited at the he, me of her mother, Mrs. Bet- niee, Parker. On Friday Mrs. Si,everkropp and childre and Mrs. Greg Anderson visited a former eiussgte, Mrs. Betty E ngle Anderson, at er home in Spokane. Carol Ann Spliclal, eldest d au, glter of Mr. and Mrs.. Fran- cis Splichal, suffered a broken elbow ast week and was a patient at Deaconess hospital for severM days. Mrs. Pauline Rhwer visited in Chelan for several days but has returned .home. Denny Hall .has been busy while Ilome from WSU for slring vacation con'stteting a new rof or the gree nhouse ,at his home. The cold weather ha,s prevented him from c'om- ploting the project. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tucker / ## "\\;  !:. $353O SPORTS JACKET ! , . , ...... People, Spots in The News YEAH, YEAH  Three tiger cubs at ...... Commercial Corporation. were also home from WSU for the vacation peried. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. Dick Atkinson and sans were Friday visitors ,a the Ron reen home. On Sunday the Ed Strocks ,ad Jim Fosers were dinner guests o.f the Greens. Next Sunday, April 19, will be NCC day at the Spangle Community Christian church. Everyone is rwited to attend ad hear he message brought by a young studeht o{ the col- lege. A meetirtg of the chairman and members fr the ye'arly American Cancer Society drive was held Monday evening at the service club. Refreshments were served following the out-= lining of p}ars and assinnent f territo,ries. Jeanne Green is drive chakrman. The Liberty group of Camp :Fire Bluebirds enjoyed a weiner roast  the hme of , Mrs. Jack DeGon Monday eve- ning after school. CLAUS JOENS DIES Mr. Clan,s oens, Spokane, died last Thtwsday mornirrg af- ter ,havrg undergone surgery three times ,in a few days. He had not been well for s:ame time. He is survived by erie son, Otto Joens, R,oalia; two daugh- ters, Mrs. Erm Sievers, Span- gle, and Mrs. Alma Dres,sen, in Germany, vCho wi,h her husband, Nicco}u:s Dreesen, are vis}ting at the Siever's home at present; sx grandcll- dren a,rd  grea-gradcl- dren. Private uneral services were hed Monday, Al>rl 13, from Smith FtmerM Hme in Spokane, Rev. lhillip MueUer officatirg. Burial was at River- side Memor'mrl lark. Mrs. Joens died last July, just a few days before Mr. and Mrs. Dreesen arrived in the United State to visit with the fmily. GEORGE ENGLE DEAD Mr. George Engle, fathe of Forest Enge, died in Spolcane last week. Funeral ervioes reeve :held M(mhy at Bal and Dodd Funeral Home wi,h bur- ial ,at Marlin, Wash. He is sur- vived by 'his wiclw a the hme; eight sans, one brother, ,one si'stex, ad seal grand- chfl,dren arid grea-grandcM1- dren. DELEGATES CHOSEN At Liberty High last week girls were chosen as delegates or aterrtates to represent t'h school  Girls State activities in E}lensburg in June. Dele- gates are Karen, Gabber and Cormie Hoffman. Kay Cupp is alternate. The trp is made possible by contvibuti from varioas oganiz/dons o,f the I communi, Ues WMe,h comprise the Liberty distrc. PANCAKE FEED SET Lberty High GAA club will hold its annual pancake feed on Friday, April 17, in the room at high soAp,el. Everyone is invit- ed to ttend. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Don Jahnls,on family vis- ited with rehtives at Yakima over the weekend. Mrs. Nettie Mill was hostess to the Rm2al Neighbor greup at her home ast Tuesd'ay eve- ning. On Thursday Mrs. Louise .Pi,ttman attended  luncheon for past matrons of OES at the home of Alto Palmer in Spo- kane. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Krmth, Mrs. B:eh,a Gruneatd, Mrs. Ela Jones and Mrs. Louise Pittm,an attended the meeting of the Beacon Rebek.ah Lodge at I-]illyard. Mrs. Ceceli, a Burns, Mrs. Louise Pittman, Mrs. Erma Hansen, Mrs. Martha Biesner, ,and Mrs Minnie Knuth attend- ed ,the Pomona home econom- ics conference at Spoakne on Tuesday. Lance Hill By Luella Dow MERRYMAKERS TO MEET Lance Hill Merrymakers club xill hold a potluck dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al- vin Dew April 24. A business meeting will follow the dh- n,er. MORE EAR''AKE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Henry anz receatl received go'od news from their friends, Sgt. ad Mrs. Clarence J. Karahuta and children, Joe, Suan; Brenda and Helen, who are stationed at Etmendorf Air Force Base at Ancherage, Alaska. The Franzes began a friendship: with ,the Karahuta,s when their, little girl, Susan, as a fi,rst grade student ,of Mrs. Franz at Sunset School i,n  1959. The Karahttas were, nsferred to Alaska in December of 1963. In her letter Mrs. Karhuta tellS of the family experience duing the Alaskan earth- quake: "We were on base in a car when it came. At first we thought we had a flat, so we pulled aver  the side. All of a sudden everTbing started moving, rees, houses and the road. Then they started sway- ing faster and faster. The car I we were in was rocking-' back n' [and forth. We dd t dare get us le wer [out beea e peep e fall- ling to the ground. They just at there ti it was l over. When we got o our friend's house, her phee was a mess. Evevythirg hl fallen out of her ctrpbads. Dn't you know, tom,to uce, honey and Enden shampoo was a mess to clean up?" Mrs. Karhuta relates a ,hmn- orous skle,line to the tragic pic- ture. One wrecked business %ulse d'iplayed his sign: "We new we were goi,ng in the hole, but we dka't r how far!" The Karahta child:en missed school for a week. The Karahutas rely completely on gas to run ther household. As there was none, they were house guests for a of some friemis. The Karah,utas feel lucky to be alive and say, "That is an experieTice we don't want to repeat." East Cheney By Anna Phillips MRS. LABISH HOME Mrs. Joe Labis returned home April 9 after spending I three weeks with her d, augh- ter, Mrs. David Theis,se;n, and baby son, .of Idaho Fa,lls, Idaho. The Joe Labish family took Mrs. E. V. Stewart to ,her lmme in Coeur d'Alene. They spent the day ywith Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ratc,lffe of Hayden Lake last Sunday. PERSONAL MENTIONS CMrence Davis arrived h,ome from Fal,l:on, Nev., lst Thurs- day evening. East-Cheney gran,ge meets thi, s Friday even,ing at 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. David Buddri- us and Duane were hst Friday overnight guests of Mr. and lrs. Clarence Davis and Mrs. Anna PMllips. Mrs. Arma Plillips visited Mrs. Lexie Strormch and Mrs. Jean Gardner last Wednesday afternoon. Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts TOM PLOTTS HOME Tom Plotts returned Tues- day for a few da)s' fu.rlongh with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Plott s, ,after finishing his boat training at San Diego, Cahf. He will leave April 20 for Gyneco, Ga., where he will ,attend a Naval School to train as a ow, e r control operator. GRANGE HOLDS MEETING Tyler grange met Tuesday night, with Merle Peterson, home econoncs char;man, presenting the program. Mrs. Peterson had the grange lad- ies model their "eonest" dres- se,s, and presented oil of the en.tants with their ribbons ad a gift. Blue ri,bbon winners in the dress division were: Mrs. Wes Abelman, Mrs. Be Shea, (one for herse and one for ,her tittle daughter, Susan.) Mrs. Jack Brawn won two ribbons for a ,crocheted center piece nd 'table el;etA. In the baking division, Mrs. Jerld Betz won two ribbons on her cookies, Mrs. Ira She;a won for ,her roU's, rand Sue Ham, spon- sored by her parents, won on a checolte fudge cake. Also .on the wgram, Kay Ham did a tap dance and Pen- ny Brown pl, ayed an accordion, solo. Mrs. Peterson presented Kay Ham with a pair of model houses for her work in collect- ing cancelled stamps. Mr.. and Mrs. Jereld Betz served re- freshments. THANKS OFFERED Kay Ham wishes to thank every one who has helped by saving stamps for her. Sh asks that you contirme to do so ,as it is a year-arurvl pro- jeet of the gmn,ge. To add a n, ote .of in,retest, lea,re a little extra paper in tearing or cut- ting off your stamps. Many of these stamps go to coun- tries: .that have no wood pulp or making paper and in these places they separate the samp from the paper, and the paper is saved to be made ir=to new !pdper, and the stamps are sld o smp eoll.ectors. PERSONAL MENTIONS David Betz, son of Mr. ad Mrs. Ed Betz Jr., .had as his guest for spring vacation, Da- vid Hardie of Chney. Sundy the Betz family were dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. Bo- za at NewporL Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ross and scns of Chewehh visited Don- ald Davis Sunday. Ross and Mrs. Davs are co,usins. M. and Mrs. E. R. H,IS and Donna spent several days in MeSford, Ore., visiting ,his brother, Lester Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Ron McKown and Renee ,of Spokane were SulYper guests of her pareats, Mr. and Mrs. Je Sekel,l arid Friday, April 17, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 3 brofiher John, Wednesday eve- mrg. The occaso.n was Mrs. MeKown's birthday. Sunday visitors of the Schells were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leigh and sons of SlokaIe. They were on their way home frcnn a vaca- tion in California. Joe Ableman of Nyssa, Ore. was a Tuesctay overnight gues:t of his father, Ll'oyd Ableman Friday e vening callers at the Lettoy Jackson lome were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harris and dmghters cf Cheney. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ack,son and sons were Mr. arm Mrs. Spike Fitch and family of Sp'rgue. Mrs. Lu,cretia Konshuk and sons spen spring vacation with ,her sister, Mrs. Dora East .at WMla Walla. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stengle a.nd sons spent the weekend in Seattle. Stengle's mother is in a hospitM there. Kay Ham was an overnight guest of Pamela Wooldridge Frichy. It was Pm's birthday. Mrs. Mae Rosenau spent sev- eral days in Spokane with her aunt and uncle, Mr. a'd Mrs. P. S. Stout. She assisted her ,aunt during the illness and dea#h of her uncle. His funeral was Thursday. A cousin of rs. Rosenan. Mrs. Maxine John- son *of Weratehee, who came /.or the funeral, returned to her home Sundayy. Callers on Mrs. Pltts St., who is still recovering from', the flu, were, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mrs. Wi'hna Plotts of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Pl'otts, Tom Plotts and Miss Judy Froman .of Spokane. Mrs. John Iam and Sue at- tended church Sunday at the United Church of Christ and the luncheon at the Masonic Temple dining room. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cannon of Spokane called on the John Hams Saturday afternoon. Stencils--make your owr. signs--i inch to 6 inch let ters. Free Press Printshop. 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