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Jordan Donel- Miller week from aad M. I)en- er trave friends ad .rea. On Sun- I)on,nelsen were is. dinner Hor- Jr. Mr. Nick mad Ivar Pal- On ad Mrs. Miller Mr. and guests Leon- driven in laver- 'Mrs. arid Mrs. Pioler ,e. tevtained by *,ur Sr. the wed niece, Mr. Mr. and F. Bet- was a gues,t S0oy, gf Mr. vJre Table Alaska, Oeser, Oker- Mill clers Mill and and Mrs. m:zn and Sallr Lucas, who re- ported on the set, sos, arid Nel- son CorB, with his reovt on electricRy. After the Pair, a regular meeting was held. Elected t. offices were, lYresi- den!t, Ed Betz; circe president, NeLson Coral1; secre tary, Jer- ry Da.hl; treasurer, Mabel Cur- dill. Mr. ,arid Mrs. licb_vd Jor- dan and family were Sun4ay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don MoIsen, Dana ad Danny. The Yvung G al's b'd,ge club met at ,the N. A. C:ordill home. Prizes were won by Mrs. Ohris- tirm Marsh, Mrs. Fred Sooy and Mrs. Mike Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Leo I)on, nel- son of Los Angeles and Mrs. BinEn,a DummeAer we,re Thum- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert. HOT LUNCH MENU Mton, day -- Mashed poSatoes w.i.th hamburger ,gravy, corn, bread land butter, peehes, milk. Tuesday -- Pront pups, macaroni and cheese, celery, fru,id j ello, nlk. Wednesday -- Vegetable nma stew, ealbage and pineapple sal, ad, ,hOt rols ad butter, topple sauce cake, milk. Thursday -- C;hli-burgers, pickled beets, carrot sticks, ice cream, milk. Friday -- Noodle and tuna cassarole, green salad, pea,n,u butter sandwiches, apple crisp, milk. Four Lakes Lenard Mace---RI 7-7606 HUB CLUB MEETS Hub Club ,met at the Four Lakes town hall. Hostess was Mrs. Leon B,rrick. Business discussed was P, he Achievement Day l'unhen o be held t the Heatage In,n at Spokane, May 4. All reservatiors need to be in by that meeting. Present were Mrs. Glenn Clsyn, Mrs. Nick ttaidy, Mrs. V. J. Kline. Mrs. Bruce Oliver, Mrs. Anna Erfurth, Mrs. Ray Dirks, Mrs. I-Ienan Willms, M. Lloyd LoveI1, Mrs. Mike MiLler, Mrs. Phyl,hs Schmidt, Mrs. Howard Graham and Mrs. Rassell Mace. Craft was jeweled mir- rors and frames. FOUR LAKES GRANGE Four Lakes grarge met F, ri- day night wi,th only 11 mem- bers present. Business discus- sed was to get together and decide Whether or not to have ,a community flair. Members, pl0ase try and attel the next meet grange meeting. Reguhr The grangers should cab one of te formed other members and bring 'him. mother .of ,the groom, Mrs. L. P. Powers, Mrs. Jim ttarffod, 1Vfiss Louise Hart$ord, Mrs. Bill Nave, rs. Joyce Keee .and Mrs. Ft'oyd Nor4hage.n, all of Spokane, Mrs. ttarrie,t Frasure and Mrs. GeaLd Larson o Cheney, Mrs. Jack Hartford .and Mrs. Fred Peterson of Four Lakes. BANQUET HELD Mr. and Mrs. Leon Iarrick, Mrs. Brvin Higby, Sift. and Mrs. Blakety and Mr. and Mrs. Jrohn Jones all attended Vhe Boy Scout banquet at FairVhild at the NCO club. PANCAKE FEED SET The Sunset PTA will have its arousal pancake feed May 2 from 5 .to 8 p. m. at Sunset School. BIBLE SCHOOL TO BE HELD Bille school Will be Jmae 8 to 12. Ages four through eighth grade. CONVENTION ATTENDED Dr. Mike MiKer of Four Lakes atten,ded the W, ashin,g- ton Optometric ,assoei'ain state convention in Port Agel- es April 26-28. He is a dele- gvte from the Inland chapter. CONTEST ATTENDED Mrs. Russell Mace, Mrs. Rob- ert R0itmeier, Mrs. James Owens, Mrs. Hattie Van Camp, Mrs. Ted M cMillan and Mrs. Ernestine Hilton ttended the cairy pincess ,contest t Noth Town. larticrpatirg from Fur Lakes and Clerrey were Kay OWons, and Nancy Hil1on. Miss Owens was among 'the final 'our. PERSONAL MENTIONS Callers at the Sarah Kirk- patrick home durirg the week were Mrs. Crooks, Mrs. Er- fuvth, Mrs. race Gray, Mr. Peter Roebuck, Mr. A. H. Cuff- man and Mrs. Hazel P,owel]. M.r. ,and Mrs. R. W. Atkins ad daughters were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Osterh,oim f Opportun- ity. Jackie Hartford spent the weekend with ,the Cm-ro,1 M:- Clain family of Va,lleyferd. She participated in the first horse show Saturday and Sun- :day. Mrs. Vivgima Meeker and children and Mrs. Art Haw- :hrn are driving to Penavola Fla., vmxt week. Mrs. Meeker will join her husband, who has been in Navy officers flight training school. He wll re- ceive his commissien May 15. Mr..and Mrs. Cody Stader- fer drove to Deer Lake over the weekend 'o prepare their Spangle News By Virginia M. Struck 4-H CLUBS BUSY Fi.teen 4-H merbers of the Hoe and row club, .their lead- e'm ad ,o,ne parert saged a i cean-up at the Span,,l'e City Park Saturday mourning, rak- I ins the lawn, picking up twigs: and spading. At noon the sex- vice cub tread hem to a weiner roast, Which ws enjoy- ed by 'all after ,a busy morn- ing. The 4-H baking girls met in the ,afternoon with their lead- er, Beth laig. Eac,h made two pie .crusts ,and a cholate fill. ing for one. They discussed demonstration day, wlfich hey will give, aon, g with tthe bak- ing II girls, for the,a" mothers next month. The girls will make and serve refiresmaents for the oceaon. The club ,Sol 31 booster st'oek certificates, which help finance 4-H projects for 1964; in Spokane Cotmty.  cub netted $9.30 from the toal: receipts. They wish o thank all who helped ,boost e s,tock sall, e by purchases of the ceifiates. NEWS IN BRIEF Carol Spehal has been able to return to school after sev- eral weeks in ,the hospial and at home from the effects of a broken, ebow, suffered i'n a fall at sch, ool. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sohnson are visiting with ,the Dr. Get- aid Johnson family in Catfer-[ nia for a couple of weeks. In l their absence the drug store] is being operated by Harold I Allen. Mr. and Ms. Hugh art en- te,rtained ,for the past ma.tvo:ns and past patrons of Span.gle OES on, Tuesday evemng. After dinner the eveng was spen't in pl.aying "Aggrava- tion." Mrs. Roy Smith, Opportun- ity, spen't Tuesd,ay at 9he Paul Sievers home, becoming c- quained with her new grand- Son, Robert Ror. Other callers during ,the week have been Mrs. Herb Krauel, Kathy, Mrs. J.oanne Grer, and children, Mrs. Ed S.ock and several others. Mr. Jand Mrs. E. J. Krmth, Mrs. Louise Pittman, Mrs. Elva ones and Mrs. Ceeelia Burns attended Rebekah 10dye meet- ings ,at Morring Star o Che- hey, ,and Silome of Medical I.ake a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. Abert HaNley, former paSt'os at tahe Spangle Community Church, were m .at.tendanee Stmday, along with rtheil* three ,=rngnmdVlldren of Spokane. Span'gl, e 4-H cl,bs held a pu,b,lic card par SaCurd,ay evening at the Wet Liberty school. About seven ta,bles of pinochle were in play. Mrs. tay Morford won the dor prize. Bmmie DeGon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Degon, cel- ebrated her birthday Stur- day with a "CinderelM" party, ,attended by a xramber of her girl friends, attired in, lhair mother's old finery. June Klowinski of Colfax visSted her friend, Beverly Rely, Sunday eve n%g. Both girN re.trained to Spolane ht- or, where they 'ave empl.osred. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reilly, Wena.tcbee, flew up Sunday to visit with relatives in Cheney and SpangLe. Their dagte,r, Jady, is at.tendirg EWSC tr the spring quarter, after grad- uatirg from the Univesi.ty of WaShington  J,rmary. Theft also visited with Mr. and MrS. Harry Reily .ad with her mther, Mrs. Lizzie Grune- weld. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh ttmt were Sunday dinner guests a.t the Earle Wittner lome in Spokane, where .they celebrat- ed Wittner's bi'h,day. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster, Kimmie and tobil, Spokane, arid Mr. and Mrs. lon Greene, Bormie and Dormie, were Sun- day guests of the ld Strocks. Libey High students are sending Miss Janet Inzler to the Rockford Fair as the iv Can didate for Fair queen. A concert was giren by the high school :at Liberty last Friday evening under the di- rect, on f Mr. Roys. All of the musical deparmems  the sehool took pat. The West Liberty Elementary school held its concert on Tuesday. he Spolane County Audi-' tor has authorized Mrs. Atone i Allen,, Span, gle city cMrk, to accept voter registra,tns or South Spangle precinct, begin- nirg April 27. Free Press want ads click. FREE! BIBLE Study Course WRITE NOW P. O. BOX 277, NANAIMO, B. C., CANADA ' ml-15p to dinner and bowling afe,r- Friday, May 1, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page $ Goodwill Industries EMPLOYS THE HANDICAPPED "Have you ever wondered what you would do if you could not get a job due to some handicap. Today 125 handicapped folks, Inland Empire people, working at Goodwill faced this problem. Your repairable discards of clothing and household items gave them an answer. Send all repairable items to Goodwill where they help to do the most for people  handicapped people." CALL MRS. VIOLET SHARPE, BE 5-6608 FOR A TRUCK PICKUP. SPECIALLY BLENDEB FoR YOUR LAWN Proven bluegrasses, improved Fescues give you a dense, deep-green turf that chokes out weeds. And Golf Brand has no unsightly hard to mow ryegrass. Grange Supply, Cheney We NEED the many things You no longer NEED For those who are in NEED Our trucks will be in your vicinity 2nd Friday of each month Call Mrs. Maddux, BE 5-6814 for collection St. Vincent de Paul Society and Salvage Bureau 2901 E. Trent Ave. Phone KE S-2491 Attention, Farmers! Before you buy 2,4-D, check our prices. Also a good place to get your baler twine. YOUR JOHN DEERE DEALER Cheney Implement arm Mr. It is important that all mean- cottage for summer use. wards. bers be there. Refreshments Mr. and Mrs. John thillip Wednesday, M,r. Etd*on Jen- ' we,re served by Mrs. Marie son, Mrs. Henry Phillipsn, ickes mother pass'ed away. /  !'!)) "" -r-T -'''" Siomer Mr and Mrs Ben Lud, ding She, was livin, g with Mr. Jen- " [wre Sunda:" "aftern,oan guests ickes sister in Bangkok, Thai- ---- ; = J I " " r grad, SHOWER GIVEN o.f Mr. and Mrs. Orville P'hil-land. Hs sistor is a mlssonar LViLlci L 1 i uley, ,g  a a :ur the cee, Arlene Illis, fr()m Vera-Iwere Doughs Bain and Lynne to y 'ir"lmlie dale on April 21. Tlmse pros-IBraidy. They attended a wed- Sidney Larson. Y Hart. etwereMissOhaolteEls, ld!ngatNewpoSunday. Mrs. DarreI1 Larsor, a!nd ii!ko [i! i! s/!! )n the lkiss Saookie Eis, the brides[ Sunday night Mr. ,and Mrs. chiidren were Sunday even- and her mother, Mrs. Frank Wilson, of[ELdn Jenicke took Mrs. Bar- ins visitors of Mr. and Mrs. eis-Veradale, Mrs. E. F. Nave, 1 bara Moran and her two sons Russell Mace and family, counter space than a din- llt :,!:..'.: ner plate. 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" tiful Spr:ng Dresses, new styles. Westinghouse newest f: y pan 37.95 n Prints from 6.95:; Knits and Suits 17.98 Coats - Tremendous Fashions 29.95 to 44.95 sos, perfect gifts, new Lady Arrow 3.00 t0 5.00 Purses, clutch, pouch & carry all 2.98 t0 3A9 "Long Life Buffets"-Teflon Lined This Fry Pan is completely different from other greaseless cooking ware. It does not require special spatulas or special cleaning. It can be scoured like an ordinary fry pan. Ames Utility C ,rts 11.75 and 13.75 With Electronic unit. Handy for Patio or Kitchen. Dinner Ware by Lennox 45 piece ses, several new pttm,s Accessories She'll Cherish. Coming Ware from 3.75 SPRINCI JEWELRY NECKLACE & EARRING SETS $2.00 GOWNS, SLIPS, HANKIES, APRONS, PRETTY AND PRACTICAL SCARVES, PETTICOTS, NYLONS Attend the Junior Livestock Show May 2 at the Farm Shop .o m m Cheney Dept. Store Freezer to Oven to Table HANDMADE OZARK GLASS WARE FROM $3.19 TV TRAYS, CHOICE DESIGNS AND COLORS COLORED GLASS, CERAMICS, COPPERwARE BEAUTIFUL DECORATOR ITEMS [ :DGETT BROS. ATTEND THE LIVESTOCK SHOW SATURDAY