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News Jeanne Green COMPLETE PLANS completed mos for grad- st speaker will be of Whitworth Student speakers will Valerie Wolf Rev. Sun- will give the a4dress. ---.,--__.__ STUDENTS NAMED hen, or students with werage or above Pa)ffman, Lois Ahn l%oecks, Sharon V.alerie Wolf and ------._._... AM SECOND track team m ,an invitation- .at Bast Valley last Seh,ools Pa}eipxting East Valley, Cbe- Lake, Deer Park, 'and Freeman. three firsts tak- Lake, the meet much a Liberty-E, ast were East Vat- 90; Medical 35; River- -eman 22, and for Lib- Yard 4as:h, R. t, ,and W. Har- Vard dash, W. md R. ttardes- 880Yard dash yard run, Jeskel Green ump, Wri ffftt Hordes- mite re- Morgan, emais Morgan, LOSES Tues- r the pitched the [!qaale. lOst its to Reardan pitched the league GOOD bPh 8hol Y Mr. Roys, a music con- High S}lool , received a or 'good." PLACES team 20 on,tries John 'last was 7th ,high points. SCOred 268 a:nd 234. SHOW represented 30 stu- exhibit- Hagan and of 4-It girls are steers in- Steve J(hn John La- Olson, and by Ron John B Sie- Rasrnus- include Bob Joe Dean Jim TONIGHT Sclool ,held in at 8 o- Phy three arrd sovae w of- of reg- fau,s songs, foltowed by other selections. Othew performers include the "Belltenes," "Liberty Bells," .and Susan Pottratz, who will play a piano soto. CANCER CRUSADE HELD The anrmal Cancer Camsa.de has just closed, .and due to the faithful volunteers it has agaJ'n been suece,ssfu'l in our com- munity. To each of you who gave you may feel that you have had a p,'t in the effort to find ,a cure for this dreaded disease. All monies go toward educa- If an, reseoreh, seawices. All who work for this most wrth- while cause are not savied in,cludhg the doctors, lawyers, hou'seives, etc., vho ,ct can the various programs and the bard. Only the few Who work full time as .office help are ,a, id. A1 Hackbarth visited at the Au,stin Brewer ,home last week. !Brewer brought him in the morn,ing and he bad dinner at the Brewer home. Norton Jen- nines and tIugh Hart stopqaed in to see him be,fore he re- turred to the nursing home in Spokane. tie seems to be well on his way to recovery. Mrs. Ed S Lrack and Mrs. Del Haffman 'and Connie traveled to the coast for the weekend. The Hoffm'ans visited in Seat- fie with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Os- lheller. Mrs. Strock visited in Rentan with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stark and Mrs. ChecTy Tucke. he ,also attended Miss Re,bin Nelson's wedding Saturd'ay evening. They returned hme Sunday even,irg. Mr. ,and Mrs. Gordon Crab- tree and family and ou,t (ff town friends of the Dan John- sons helped celebrate T, ammy Johrus, on's birthd, ay Thursday evenirg with cake and ice cream at the Johnson home. The Spangle Blue Birds en- tertained a g.roup o,f Blue Brffs from Spokane ,at the cookout at he Jack DeGon home last week. Mr. ,and Mrs. Joe Brydmll and family of Cheamy visited :with Mr. ,and Mrs. Gordon Crabtree tast Friday evening. Mr. arid Mrs. ttuh Hart trav- eled to Tacoma to attend an Eastern Star reception over the weekerd. They also visited the Emma P. Chadwick 'home in Bellevue and returned ,hume Surrday evening. Mrs. Earl lhwer trader- went surgery last Friday fter- rm(m. She is recovering in Sac- red Heart hospital an,d seems to be doing fine. Four Lakes By Mrs. Larson PTO MEETS Four Lakes Parent Teacher Organization met last Thurs- day. Phns were made for lev- eling ,and grass seeding of the play field. Committee members in charge re Morris Aman, Fred Peterson, De,lbert Spear and Ted Radon. GUEST NIGHT SET The grange lecturer wishe ,o remind members and friends that May 14 is guest night at gra, nge. The program will feature the Metdy Sing- ers. La4ies are to hrin sand- wiches and cookies. CHURCH NOTICE A short program will be hed Sunday at the Four Lakes C'hureh dng ,the regular Sun- day School period i,n obser- vance of Mother's Dy. Last Saturd'ay M_vs. Ted Ra- den's Sunday Sch,ool class (iaa- termediate) enjoyed a ball game ,at the school layround. Refreshments were served ,after the flame at Mrs. RdOn's home. COFFEE HOUR HELD Last Friday Mrs. Bed:nard Kline leld a coffee h,ur at her home far Miss Ruth Gould from the county extension of- flee. Miss Gould discussed a program nvolv low cast oods and commodities. PLarm were discussed for the Hu'b Cltb to use this as a future Five Bay DO IT YOURSELF, 25 CENT Cheney Car Wash 'Coming Soon HIGHWAy 10 AND COCOLALLA ACROss FROM GIBSON'S THRIFT STORE c,ommtmity project. Member, ,atterdig were .na Erfuvth M,rs. Lawrence Schmitt, Mrs Lloyd Lovetl and Ion B,arrick. After the meeting members en- joyed ltmch with Mrs." Klne. There will be a mee,ting May 13 at the Crration Hostess Room ,at 11 a. m. o:n the re- finishing of furniture. Mem- bers are to take a sack lunch, a rmte back ,and pencil. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. era Courgs of Spolca.ne spent several ,days tast week with Mrs. Gretchen Moser. Mr. a, nd Mrs. Frank l%ogers visited Monday with Mrs. Moser. Mr. and Mrs. Boots Earls- cotrt and family called Sun- d*ay on Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hill in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lars'on and family cal4ed at the Earls- court home Sunday evening. 1V[r. and Mrs. Del San,der- fer ,azd family spent the week- end at Mahler, Wash., with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Becket. Mary Be,cker returned home with the,m and is spending from Sunday until Wednesd,ay with Rita Sanderfer. Mr. :and Mrs. Standerfev at- te.nded the Almira Gun Club shoot Sunday. Mrs. Sidney Larsan ce'om- >anied Mrs. William Kramer t Lament Thursday for t Vomen's Club annual s'ilv( ea a.nd book review. Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball sper "riday evening with the La ons. Mr. ,and Mrs. Sidney Larso 'ere guests SunSay .of Mr. ar Vlrs. Roy Farrelly of Almir 'lon.o,rin thelr 5'8th w a,i n a nive,rsary. Also ,attending were the Larson's sons, Gerald and family from Cheney and Dar- rell ,and family from Spokane. Mrs. Sara Krlpatrick visited ber hushand Will Kirk]aatrick at the Sharon Arms Nursing Home in Spokane. Mrs. Alma Peterson called on Mrs. Kirkpatrick Sunday. Dr. ,and Mrs. Michael Miller are the proud parents of a baby girl. The little miss joins a sister and two broChers. Ed and Dennis Crooks visit- ed Sunday at the C. L. Cvoo.ks home and took Ed's father for a ride. $ohn Lowe ,of Sprague vis- ited last week with C. L. Crooks. Lowe is a former res- idert of Four Lakes. Mrs. Earl Pende aal hcT aunt, Mrs. Jesse Sileock, cal,led on Mrs. Tray Reyn,olds Jn Spo- tane hst week. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Jesse Sileock were dinner guests at the Earl Pe,ndel home. Mrs. Robert McCm'm,ack Windsor News By Mrs. Jams Widner PLAYOFF HELD Tlm Pom.ora Grange talent playoff held in Certral Grange last Stmday' had tlrese wnners: Oplartunity Gvange won the ' ' 'n talent, Moran s quartette we , ,and Grenbluff won best of show. Sunday, May 16, at 2 p. m. in the Ptaza Grange  the district pl, ayoff wi be held. Five counties will partkLpate in this play-off. FIFTH DEGREE GIVEN Thirty Pomona Grange offic- e,rs and members put on the fifth degree in Harrinton St- u,rday evening. Varn Jo,hn- son was drill captan. Four c:andidates were given t%e fifth degree. POMONA TO MEET Sp, akane County pomon'a wilt meet in Neighborhood Grange Saturday ,at 10:30 a. m. Memov- fal se,rvices will be hed in the afternoon, under the direei, on 0f Otzplain ESith Scott. At 6 p. m. Mabel Johnst,on, lecturer, will have a special Mother's Day program. PERSONAL MENTIONS Amang those going to Har- tin glen were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Henry CP Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Hubenthal and Mr. tnd Mrs. Ray Christensen. Windsor Grange met Wed- ne.d,ay evenin,g. Names were read by tbe home economics chairman, Ruth Guest, Who won in the needle work, dress- es and baking contests. Names wilq be in this cahmn next week. H, obbies and crMts wiU be judged at Pomon,a Grange Sat- urday. left Wednesday for Sinffapore to visit her daughter, Mrs. John Lynn. She will stop en route in Hon, oluiu and Heng Kong. Mrs. McCorraack is a former resident of Four kes Mrs. Wylie Brown and Mrs. Jesse Sitcock went to he air- port to see her off. Mr. and Mrs. Don Muz,atko left Men,day for a n,i'ne day visit wifih Mr. and Mrs. Martin Maitta,nd in Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hertford and family visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. armon of Snake River ware akso visitors. The Ladies are daughters ,of Mrs. Stroup. The major catme of accidents is carelessness. goo,l''ews about 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 heeause of new Federal Housing Administration policies, we can now offer favorable FHA financing terms on property that previously would not quauty. Until recently, a home had to conform to metro- politan construction standard to qualify, for FHA financing. Under the new pollcy, FHA will approve loans on homes that conform to the eonstrucuon standards generally prevalent in the town or area in which the proper}y is located. This means that Seattle-First can now make FHA real estate loans in this area  loans that we could not make in the past. We can also make F loans to refinance an existing real.estate contract, Like to know more about this program em( the advantages of FHA financing? Come s u ana we'll be glad to explaht the itetaib. You re more than welcome at Seattle-First. Seattle.first N at,o.a[Sa_ "k Tyler News By Wanda Stengle WOMEN AT MEETING Mrs. Goldie Eartehner, Mrs. Bernice Thomos, Mrs. Marityn Nieh, oLa, Mrs. Merideth Scott, Mrs. Nareen Cox, ,and Mrs. Monetty Stewart of Oheney a- ten*ded an LDS Relief Society meeting Yhy 1 in Spokane. They enjoyed a luncheon and spring style show in the after- noan. Mrs. tartchner wore an 'gue knitted spring coat that she had made for the ocoaon. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. ,and lrs. Francis Wat of Sumner were weeke,nd guests of Mr. and Ma's. LeRoy Jackson arid children. Mrs. Iva 2azlcson was a din- ner guest ,akso Friday evemng. Mr. arid Mrs. Gone J(acksoaa and Everett Rotter and chil- dren of Spokane we,re Saturday a,fte:rraon caltexs. Mrs. Sharon Sh,ea, Mrs. S;h*zrpe, Rev. Niclmls, and Miss Shirley Laomer of Cheney left M, ancLay to spend two days at the Nazarene miion con- vention in Wal'l,a Wal],a. Mr. and Mrs. tra Shea attend- . ed the 35th anniversar3, of Ra,1- st,on Grange Sunday a,fternooaa. Mrs. John Maurer and chil- dren ,attended the school car- nival at Medical Lake SaCurday night. Mr. and Mrs. Arley Able- man and Mrs. Wes Abteman drove to Espanola Sunday af- ternoon to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kuhn and children. Mrs. J. P. Brown drove to Ritzvitte Thursday to take Mrs. Emma Brown to Eae hospital for a blood transfusion. She ws able to return home Satur- day. Mrs. Carl Johnsson, her sis- ter-in4aw, Mrs. Jennie Sand- berg an, d son Jens o$ Sweden ca,Red Wednesday at the J. P. Ba, awn 'home. Mrs Witma Plotts is con- I !valescmg ,at the hme of Mr. and Mrs. John Ham Uowing surgery and .a week's stay in Deaconess hospital. Friday evni,ng the J(rhn H, ams lrad the pleasure of be- irg one of .the couples chap- eroning the Junior Prom (ff Frklay, May 7, 1965 Cheamy Free Press Page 3 Cheney. Sue Ham arid Rusty Hol'loway attended also. Mr. and Mrs. John I-hm a- tended the al,1 Masonic night held in honor ,of all Maslonic l'adges last Wednesday night at the cohseum. Joe Schell spent five days at Hot Springs, Merit., having traatm, erts for arthritis. Mrs. Fred McDowell o,f Spo- kane la been a visitor a the home of Mr. ,arrd Mrs. Gil.berrt Peterson. She returned home last Friday. Richard Brown visited the Shriner's h)spital at Spolo. e for his yearly checkup. Dr. arrd Mrs. Grant Thas of Cheney were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Karctmex. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Scott of Chen, ey and Jay Attridge of arringon. Charles I)avis attended the Greatar Music Festival i Spo- kane with the C.heney d. Mrs. Velma Davis went to Spokane wih Mrs. Buelah Svcanson of Rear,an lavt Tues. d,ay. Maryhn Moos was a weekend guest ,of Penny Browr. Mr. and rs. Ray of Cheney w,ex Surday cle,rs of the Jack Bow-n family. Mrs. SU, san Lynch and her mother caged ,on Mrs. Margie Brown ,and children. 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