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News linia M. Strock HANGES DUE adjuments m same trices dered in a lrch 10 to save K)n  take effect ul other cities on 4, Postma%er Velma s said ,today. .hatges affected lo- .leh the foUcing: ue o raoney ord- Saturday, which p. m. on a nationwide ag adjustments of Fire meeting Wednesday at first, seeod and 8 p. m. .(gfices, and all roans and branch- Busy Fingers met Tuesday night at the Bariek home. yCarriev will not K, aihy Rarrick gve a denon- - n'der lca- str,ion on making bu,n y. -*'v hoes with a sevin!g machine  WidOw se,r-latchent. Eaine Phil]ipson y uox rert colec- praieed far the demons,tra- nrurgl" deposits, in- It ion. that She gave Saturda. y, tty and caims I Ap'rfl 18, at Liberty High. ",Satu0000y. , -__ ,k two window RED RIBBON WON t pro'ided any tlaine Phl,pson wn a red ribbon for h demonstration Uged to as- of ,their POstal ossihl:e on week- JSE S E" ANNIVERSARY Mrs. Austin Rrewer a heir 50h wed- Y With an open ae F r hu ovaunity 5 p ,ay 3 from 7,,,. a. Iosting the :r ' "-. and Mrs ;y ah Mrs. Gone" '.." ne Brewers' n Da"n!vana, and l  ' a_'m:horage, to ,- . ,tII aS OOll ;rU.a,a. d wit spend --m%g with rel- , .Wove raa.rried e home of I aadhlrs J R li e -. The veva grand- ! t grardvll. ra will ,be , Y,,reception. Z'aY imited -, . a hatrse. )L PLANNED s ed at +, e 'sil. at th'e " weetig the -ar Will be lVs ct her. ''" Paul 8' ara,. . levers Ry . o a bby ua[s.Wg. ht Oht 00ade "   at he " ar, d --. Yr*" rO cers h lya Were ha -'atl Oil I' " 0,_ hs arrival ,v Monday OING UP  Oadem SOIlI- 'menL g h of the Four Lakes been home from the Sharon  Arms nursing home for a week. She is d)ing fine. Lenard MaceRI 7-7606 i Callers at the K irkpa%rck FILM SHOWING SET ihLome .du'ing the week were Sunday night at he evening I Mrs. Delbert Spear, Mrs. Ted services, Re v. B. H. McClainlRdon, Mrs. Blakely, Mrs. of .the National Sunday School Goodner, Hugh O,mestead of Unio will shaw a film titled, Spokane, LuCk,lie Fetzner and Jack Stroub o Spokarm, Mrs. "Down Migra'n,t Road." The[Hazel P,oel of Sokane, Mr. film is about wotk among the land Mrs. Claude Garner of Mex:iean people. [Me,dkal Lake ,and Mrs. Jane MEETINGS SET [ Miller. Grange meets tonight at 8 Mr. a, nd Mrs. Virgil Becker and family were Sunday eve- on how to make candle sahd at the Spokane Cotm%y 4-,H demonstration day event. Ac- companying bar were Connie Ear,court, Gayle Wilcox, La- Vone tki,ns, Mrs. Orville Phillipson, . losoe Atkins and Mrs. Michael M'l]ar. They were guests of Mrs. Jery lasmu,ssen t luncheon in her home in Spangle. Mrs. Rasmussen is the farmer Nn- cy P, hil]ipson. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Sam Van Camp and Mrs. Cude Crooks p,en,t last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fox in l%rtla,nd. Mr. 'and Mrs. Marion tIill and son and Mr. and Mrs. Roots tarsco0a'rt and Jimmy went fishig oponirrg day at S,ilver Lake. They got their limits. Mr. and Mrs. Bolts lavls- c otrrt ,arid family visa,ted the Kenneth Ht ,family at AthoS, Id.alo, Saturday. A birthday d,irmer was held :at the Fred Grub home, 'hon- ,oring Mrs. Ortb's mother and ,sister. G uesls were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ftsan, Mr. nd M. Aly Batelt and Mr. and Ms. John Szpejea and children. Mr. and Mrs. Bbara Moran and Mrs. Eldon Jenicke worst to Wath Walh for the week- end to ,attend a mOther-daugh- ter bru,nch with Sandva Jen- Joke. Mrs. Sarah Kirkptriek ,has Wilson Creek aad Mr. and Mrs. W,alt D eife and Children of Spokane. On Tuesday, April 14, the regular meeting of the Span- gle Homemakers lub was held at the iho,me of Mrs. Emile Dei.fe. The 1,adies wi%nessed a demonstration on .the ar of making .fl, owers. Their next meeting will be held in their own club hall. The jurfir cst of Libty }Iigh staged  antml prom ]:ast Saturday night. According to aH rep,ots it was a huge s,LIccess. Becky Flaig land Sharon Piers'ol took part in the 4-H demonstration .cortest held last Saturday at Libe1ty High School for the Southeast coun- ty disitrict run-offs. Seventeen tR{" boys ,and girls took part, re- ceiving five blue, seven red, V'A n" land five white ribbons. Sh,ar-  ,'t three on's demonstration was "Set- -A conven. I tins a Ta, ble/' and Becky's }ew ok. Del- was o "Garden Pests." Each l r;=" ' Jerry received ,a blue ribbon. They be ,i: p.,. Y, Wtro will repeat h, eir demonsira- _var  ted into ti,ors at the .finials to be held -LYa a e. .at the Argonne Junior High in . .laue , :cihmidt Millwood, competing against eyee]  were o ot L " e, n hey blue ribbon winners: of -ate '; as de'le- the courty. l'tevl sconven - Miss Linda Savin was guest ]a- el'rshi n a)-,_ seaker,: a,t ,he Ohristan 'uer 'l " p" cbrch on Sunday as rep.rese rail s of .... )oF  M. talve of Narthves Ohrstlan ,aad I 2e we Callege. Her atmt and uncle,  'ua_.n.d, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Huce, Spokane, -ttrer of also attended e services. tilr'made for our area 19 BRAND ALFALFA e a combination of high- yielding, hardy, north- ern-adapted varieties specially selected for our conditions. recommended for farmers who leave their . alfalfa down. .,ocu.,z00o .I already inoculated and - [A', ready to plant. I'IFAdA Jl WES-GRO processed "  for fast, uniform germi- nation and surer stands.  lush, leafy plants pro- duce high-quality hay or paste 'Y 13range Supply FRoM EVERy ACRK THROUGH CREATIVE SEKD RKSEARCH ning guests at he Del Stan- doffer home. Angeh and Eme Miller fom Missou,a, ont., ware weekend guests .of Mrs,. Ruth Story. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnson were guests o{ their son and his amily in Kennewiek Apr 7. Me. W. S. Davis, one-time dru,gist in Oheney, who lived in (the Granite Lake area for several years and hen moved to 21a, coma to be ,near his fam- ily because of his healt.h, died in Tacoma Meh 27. Mrs. W. J. Standarfer, moth- er of Cody Standerfer, was released from She h,ospital and is feeling much beter now. While she was in he ospial her husband, W. J. Sltanderfer, died ,on April 16. Mr. Stander- fer's funeral was hed Satur- day. lVr. and Mm. Cody Stander- for and family woud like to thank the eommun,ity and heir friends for ,%he Idnl ex- pression of sympathy. It is deeply appreciated and ra.te- 'fully acknovl, edged. e Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner GRANGE AWARDS MADE Windsor grange ,held its regu,lar meeting iast Wednes- day evening wit'h master Dale Cuest in the c,hair. The m- ter presented Ade,taide Lar- sea, ,home eeonomies Chair- man in 1963, with a WasMng- ton State gvange theme eean- omits certificate pefrma, nce award and purple bbon sig- nlifying comlletion of all eight requirements in recognition of home economics uwarded by Washinlgton State gage and state home economies chairman Ann Slatar. aster Gue:st ,aso presented Leona Widnar the lational grarge lectuvars performance avtard for the year of 1963. Leona Widner was elected alternate delegate to the state gra,nge in June. Mr. ,and Ms. Guy I-Iannm, Adehide Lavsen and Toni Childres served lunch during the coffee hour. SILVER SHOWER GIVEN Paradise grarge members honored Mr. ,and Mrs. Harold Hubbard with 'a silver shower at th, er m eelin!g April 3'. Hub- bard .has been master of Para- dise grange ,but resigned fter moving to Penticton, B. C. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard moved Sun- day. Hubbard will be the over- seer and horse trainer on his large horse ranch. 19 TABLES AT WINDSOR Widsor grange had 19 tab- les of card in p]ay at their PIGEONS AND DISEASE O. Can pigeons transmit dis. eases to humans? A. Pigeon excreta may con- tain a variety of viruses and germs that cause diseaso in man. For example,, the virus of omithosis, a diseaso simi- lar to parrot fever, is frequent- ly acquired from pigeons. The birds are susceptiblo to he diseas and usually continue to discharge tho virus in their excreta for long periods after recovery. A fungus organism (Histoplasma capsulatum) grows in pigeon droppings. Inhalation of dried mat.rial containing this organism as been incriminated as a cause of a disease in man which may be fatal. Several other conditions are known or sus. pected to be pigeon-spread to 1Tlan. Send questions to Science Editors, Inc. P.O. Box 1174, Louisville 1, K)'. Answers appearing in these col. umns are of necessity, brlef and general in nature and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of a!l physicians. The true measure of the worth of prescribed medi- cine lles not in dollars an4 cents, but in the faster re- lief from pain and speedier recovery it provides. BE 5-63a8 W. H. Westerman [a.'terrmn card party Monday l in ,the Carrm,ton hostess room. Among tbose ,atten dhng were Meret Hannum, Ma,rtha Stum- bough, Mrs. Gus Cayman:, Jer- ri Morasch and Lrma StTagier. Serving the luncheon were Adelaide Larsen, Audrey Wet- ban, Mary Hevso,n, Myrtle Eghrott and Laurel lat%ersoq. Wi, ndsar grange will have a card party in ts hall Satur- day, April 25, at 8 p. m. 11 AT SUNSET Surset range had 11 ables o.f cards in play *lla Friday evening. Among those getting ,prizes we'e Mrs. Brink, Adel- aide La,rsen a:nd Jimmy Olson. Among those atending were Mr. and M.s. Fl:oyd Sh, onkwiler, Mr. arid Mrs. Case tskam, M,r. and Mrs. Joe Wade :and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hooe. BENWAYS HONORED Par.adie grange members also hormred Mr. and Mrs. Roy B,erway on the 33rd wedding anniversary ast" Friday eve- ning. Twenty-eight members were presen, t. Viola }acb,so,n, lecturer, sh,owed ,sdes on trees and ,lumber by-products. Mrs. Jacobs.on turned in her resignation as 1,ectuer due to her telaching full time. 34 TABLES PLAYED Danish rclub had 34 tables o.f cards in play at heir card party last Saturd,ay evening. Amgn,g those attending were Mrs. Cecelia Burns, Irma Han- ,en and Mr. and Mrs. Ot,o Blcisner of Spangle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ha.nnum, Clara Van- derwale, Adelaide Larsen and Leo.na Widner. PERSONAL MENTIONS M,r. and' Mrs. Enmry Hew- son entertained aSt Surday at a no,on dinner and evening meal for 'their son-in-law ad daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lyie Kjack, of Maden; hheir s'n, Elmer Hewson, a, nd faznily, Rt. 1; son-in-law and daugh, ter, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Tucker and fam,fly, Opportunity; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith and Pete Mas- set of Spola:ne. Returni.rg home from Texas after sepnding 'two weeks vis- iting rel.'atives of Mr. and Mrs. Deil]e Adair are Mr. and Mrs. Adair, Melody and April and Mrs. Nellie Hansel. They visited Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts Wednesday evemng dinne" guests ,of Mrs. Leltha Plotts were Mr. and Mrs. Manning Plotts (ff Chewela,h, Mr& Wil- ma Pl,ot of Cheey and Mr. and Mrs. John Ham, Sue and Kay. Later Rezeau ad Tom P}otts came to view slide pic- in Carthage vd Dara:s, Texas. They visited the site where Presiden, t Kennedy was shot, took pictures of the pace and als,o picture of the jml where Jack Ruby is. Guards al the Osa*ld grave told Mr. Adair they were going to have to vtop guarding it ,as rm funds were paid the department from the overnment for the i guards. The ,two ehil(ren f Mr. and Mrs. Dale Guest are lome ill, one with the flu the other one Writh red measles. To,by Mayield, vtm was elected the new predent o the Medica,1 Lake sch'ol FFA, attended the FFA convention ,h,eld in Pullman ,at WSU l'ast week. Tobyand his ather attended- ed the banquet held at Medi- cal Lake High School recency. Kahle.en Adams of Hayfrd was selected ,to vtear the FFA swe.e:theart }acket. Mrs. Francis Franen is con- va.lescin,g at home after major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Droz called .on Mrs. Nina Hobbs last Friday. Mrs. Ho,bbs was in a car wreck recently suffering a whip lash neck, but is re- covering rapidly. Mrs. Pautine Kampa enter- tairmd wi'th a luncheon 'last Friday fay the following: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arn, odo, Mrs. Shamrock Hem ,lne, Daisy Hicks, Anna McCoy, M:argare Knight, Flora Smith a:nd John and Ch,arlie Fritz. Spokane county Pomona grange will meet at 10:30 a. m. lViay 9 in the Waverly grange hall. AI,1 grange youth eontes- .ants must reach the Pomona youth chairman, Will Hankel, by May 1. Mrs. Anna McCoy of Miles City, Mont., is visiting her aun't, Mrs. Daisy Hicks. Mrs. Em.m,ett I4a, mpa, F%ora Smith, Anna cCoy and Dais), Hicks visited in Cheney last Tuesday. Friday, April 24, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page $ tures of Ga,ry Ptotts' wedding. Merle Botts was il] with a could so She was uable to come. Mr. and Ms. Ron, McKovn and Renee were Saturday ever- r(ight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sehe}l and Jo,h,n. Surd,ay visitors of the SchoOls were Mr. and Mrs. Dick C on,s of Spok,n,e. Crre,ction in hot week's news! Kay Ham was presented With a pair of model horses in, stead of houses. Tyler grarge ladies attend- ing the granlge 'hone econom- ics conference held ,t the Dzrigold Hostess room laxt Tuesday, were Mrs. Merle Pet- eson, Mrs. Davis Betz, Mrs. Mary Brown, Mrs. ancis Chil- dots, Mrs. Jennie Shea and Mrs. Evelyn Shoo. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. ilbert Peterson visited Mr. and Mrs. Robe McDov- ell at Deep Creek. Callers at the ilbet Persans Sunday afternoon were Waler John- son, Waiter Bk)omgren, and Earl Pendel]. C,arence Brown o Cheney %ook his falther a:nd sister, Los Brwn and Gvatcie Miche,ls,on, fishing a.t Fishap Lake Sun- day afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Be/tz Jr. and family were Ed Betz Sr. and Vaoy, Larry Wright and Mrs. Betz's mother aml sister, Mrs. Ella Baker and Sharan of Clay. ton. Sunday a,fterm)on allevs at Mrs. LeRoy Ja, eksns were Mrs. Myrtle and Mrs. Polly Ableman. Mr. and Mrs. L,a,rvy Wright (Bel,a Betz) are paren of a 'baby girl, born .Saturday t the Fairchild .ospital. The little lady weighed six poanfls, eight ounces and is ha,reed Della Mae. Mrs. Gi'Ibe Sw, a and Mrs. Bob Jones arid children of Reardan ware Tuesday lun- cheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis. Surdy ,afternoo cllers of .the Dav',ses were er brer and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Okarles Ligltle, Readan. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Will- iam Rosenau, ateded a sur- prise reception in ,lmrmr of Mr. and Mrs. Elvy Turrbough's 25th wedding anniwrsary at ayford. Monday the Rosena,us vis- ited her aunt, Mrs. P. F. S%out, in Spokane. Recenlt news from h,e R. M. Po'ts residentce is the engage- nmnt of thor *son, Tom, and Miss Judy Freman of Che- welah. Read the classifieds--It pays! illl%l Since 1896 Light Olympia Beer has been brewed only at Tumwater, Washington. The reason is refreshingly clear--'.It} th Water" Olympia Brewing Company, Tumwater, near Olympia, Wa#hinon. eO]y *0 4.64 Attend Cheney's Annual JUNIOR Livestock Preview Show Saturday, May 2 Farmshop at 4th & C Streets Support your local farm youth by attending this Preview Showing of the Spokane Junior Livestock Show to be held in Spokane. This will be an interesting all-day program with judging starting at 9 a. m .... and be our guests at the famous Free Pancake Feed STARTING AT 11:30 ...... SPONSORED BY THE CHENEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE J