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News Jeanne,. Green WELL ., SHOW &apos; boys took their share thi. year at the Jun- how with five four grand honors in herds- and showing: galore. with two grand paced the Libey tok top honors of three fat lambs 9 .f' lamb in the d tvco cham- SWmereserve cham- White and grand in the Wheaties di- Spokane C. He charni,orship sine. the re- fat Hereford FFA Wheaties di- in the for swine John Cornwall White. Owen's Hampshire rated reserve ctramp- eske placed fifth in in fitting Swine, and Liber- ribbors ecery da a'nd sw" ' Y me herdsman- TED PREXY has been chos- student Dwight Zehm vice resdent; Secretary; Dick and assistant an- Select- of nine were Bow- and IS GAME long lsing knocked cl, ub out of a iri-the league. arts came from bunt that first and over the that brought ame reanained aottom of the Piersol hit a run with two The final score Pitched the RST IN MEET taek temn wo meet at Medi- week. Sclzaols their final 99.8; Lake, arid Che- .00 :yvd dash W. Hardel W. dash, R. 4th; 880 mile run low hurd- hulles, 5th; tied right, 2nd; 0 rehy, W. R. Har- served refreshments at he 4-H Leaders Council in &okane Tuesday. Carol Ann Splic'hal, Sharon Piersol, .nd Mrs. Elsie Wi, ttwer and Mrs. Beth Flaig attended. SON IS BORN Mr. and Mrs. Sunny Feld- man are the parents o,f an 8 pound, 10 ounce baby boy, Kent Jmes, born May 3. Kent joins big brother Mark. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ezrl Tuttle of Spangle ,and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Feld,maa o.f Rosati,a. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Bertha Hail and Denny taveled to Ton,asket Mother's Day to visit with Denny's rom- mate, Larry Laws, and family, i Moth,or s Day dinner guests! at the lon Green home includ- ed Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Green, Mr. arid Mrs. Dick Atkinsron, Frank, Rick and John, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster, Kim, Robin, and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rigsby ,and Kathryn and Los Green, aH of Spokane, and Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helmer and Mrs, Ed Strock of Spangle. Mrs. Louise Pittm:an has re- enltiy been elected representa- tive in the Primrose Rebekah Lodge and alternate delgate to grange. Mrs. Bertha Grunewald left Friday to visit with her daugh- ter in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Knuth, Mrs. Elva Jones, Mrs. Cecelia Burns, Mrs. Louise Pittman and Mrs. Bertha Grunewald recent- ly attended the reception for Mrs. Ed Keevy at Hope Re- bekah Lodge. Mrs. Keevy is warden far the state Rebekah Assembly. Mrs. Min:nie Knuth and Mrs. Louise Pittman attended a Roy- al Neighbors Mother's Day lun- ] cheon in Spokane hst week. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Knuth, Elva Jones, Mrs. Cecilia Burns, Mrs. Louise Pitmn and Mrs. Marie Conley visited the Waverly Rebekah Lodge liast Friday evening. Mrs. Conley alo spent the weekend with Mrs. PRtman. ld Strock ,has returned to the lmspital in Tacoma for ob- servation and tests. laynond Myers, a resert of Spargle several years back, ws kiffed instantly when the pane ,he was flying crashed. Armther passenger was serious- ly in}uved. Myers was the cre- taker at the Lace airfield. He was the brotheT of Mrs. Helen PRtman. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Frich- man arid family were dinner guests at the Gordon Crabtree, lme Sundy.,,, After dinner they enjoyed fishin at Bad- ge,r hke. Beautiful potted phnts were presented to Mrs. Louise Siev- ers for the largest family at- tendan,ce at Sunday school o Mother's Day; to Mrs. Viola Engle for second largest fam- ily attendance and to Mrs. Mar- tha Neilsen for being the old- est mother in attendance. Mr. anl Mrs. D,o Johnson entertained a tare group of their family on Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Grune- wald and Mrs. Diane Harp and Tammi joined others at the Bud Tucker home for M,other's Day dinner. Bruce e nd. RDS PRESENTED Wards were pre- aasembly last was awarded ov the shot 76 per lhn.e. Ran by the team captain tro- went to Ran Stuart, AI- Jan Mike GraPh and letters and Dug Kelley ava,rd. 4-H baking $amh,al, Rob- et Pie rsal, of Mrs. Beth and each SPonge cake. group and coffee cheese Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill ANN CORDILL WINS GRAND CHAMPION AWARD Members of the beef section of the Amber lambler 4-H Club made a fine showing with their ,animals, both at the Che- ney Preview and the Ju:niov Livestock Show. Ann Cordfll had the grand champion steer at the Cheney Preview and also won the grand champion awar<t in the fitting and showing contest. In Spola, ne, Ann's steer won a bue ribbon ,and she placed third in her group of the sen- Jar division o:f the fittin and showing contest. aural Sooy had the reserve champion steer at the Cheney Preview ami also won reserve champion in the fittin and showing contest there. Carol's .two steers won a bue and a red bbon in Spok, ane. Others winning biue ribbons in Spokane irmIuded a3r Sooy, Nelson Crdill, J. and Frank Best, while ary. Smy, John Jordan. and Arm Oovditl ,on red ribbons. Fm,nk Be Nelson CordiH, Jr. and John Jordan each won a blue ribbon in fitting and showing. Gary l Soy and Nelson Cordfll. Jr. ] ere chosen to be on, the Spo- kane Oounky judging team. GRANGE MEETS Amber Grannie met Friday evening vAth Master Larry Oes- er lreslding. One new menber wa.s voted on favovably. Home economics AlVa Buo,b reported that her entry, a dress in the sewing contest, Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner POMONA MEETS Pomona Grange met in he Neiffh,brho, od Grange hll last Satuy with 157 presen for the oon meal. Neih, bo.rhood was host, as- sisted by Opportunity and three other granges. There were resolutions voted on. Memorial services were held contest. The ladies are  from Windsar Grange. Maxine Olson of Windsor won a blue ribbon on pictu,res. In the baking cotest Adelaide Larsen of Windsor won the purple blue on cookies. She will send cookies to the State Grange for judging and if she is one of the top winners slhe win go for the bakeoff June 10 at the State Grange sessio in sons 4ross won the t). ribbon in the Cou @range := *'-,,.. ; ,-.=--.. . in the afte,rn,on for Pom, ona lsco. Kill Wild Oats With hd won a red ribbon at Po- Grangers who had passed mona. Her department was in away the last year. Chaplain charge of the program at the Ed!ith Scott had clrae of the etose of the meeting, which services. A other's Day pro- consisted of a skit by Pat Me- I gram was hed at 6 p m. with Kinlev, Jim 'and Eloise Goofl- [ Lecturer Mab] ........ rh'nian i, win. , "two readings by. Hattie!charge.. ,of th_o ,_,n,-, .... Tiedt and Larry Oeser a, nd a ] The home eeononics chair- talk b" Mrs. Buob on Fire-'man announced ,., ,o, n win" - proofi,g Y, our Family." I Re-lners in the sw, needle freshments we,re served lateTIwork and baking contest Win- by the McKirfley and Oese'rlners were: families. HOT LUNCH Monday -- Spaghetti with n-:eat and tomato sauce, salad, bread and butter,,apple crisp, milk. Tuesday -- Beans with ham, lettu'ce sandwiches, fruit salad, cookies and apple sauce, milk. Wednesday- Meat lea, f, reen beans, hot rollls and but- ter, ice cream, milk Thursday -- Mashed pota- toes and hamburger graw, but- teared co,rn, bread, celery sticks, peaches, milk. Friday -- Tomato soup, bal- i Mrs. Ehner Hewson, class A, purple; blue on dress; Irma Straier, Class A, ,blue on dress; Anne Getrum, class A, red; Audrey Werhan, Ca A, blue; Carolyn Parshaltl, class A. blue; Do.rie Ite,wsn, class C, blue; 1V[rs. Elmer Hewson's a,nd Irma Stragier's dresses will fie to State Grange. Mrs. Hew- Marsh, as a guest of her son Howard, Jr., Mrs. Melvin MarSh, guest of ,her son John, and Mrs. N. A. CordiI1, guest of her daughter Iay. ogna sandwiches, tuna and lel.t- Weekend guests of Mr. and tuce salad, pudding, milk. Mrs. John tI. Harris and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Clinton PERSONAL MENTIONS Honrah and granddaughter, Miss Franc Mason: and Mrs. Cindy Kelly, all of Tacovaa. Edwin Dummeier visited in Joining the glou, p for a Moth- Sea.ttle and helped in the er's Day dinner were Mr: birthday ceebration o a lnglivirs. Jo,nn lvt. tiarris ann .. time friend, Bess Turner, for- and Mrs. Elvin Haskins, Gene Oran Scott, who has charge of the Pomona picnic, ann:oanc- ed the picnic will be he:d al Gomstock prk July 18. The next Pomona meetin,g will be July 17 in the Sprinhfl3 IGrange hall. This is a l,lffday meetirg, stairg at 1 p. m. SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED The Pomona youth chair- man, Bob Cl, ause, annouved the softball schedule. Phere are five teams participating. A ame will be hc,ld Sunday be- tween Paradise Grange and Macintosh Grarge. The Talent Quartet and Best e,f Shw Pl, ay-off will be held in Pl, aza Grange hall Sunday at 2 p. m. There are three talent p]ays, three quartets and two Be,st of Shows participatin. 22 AT WINDSOR Windsor Grange had 22 members present at their last meetirg. Master D,ale Guest preserted ribbons to the sew- ing contest winners. Lecturer Carolyn Parhall anrmunced Windsor Grange will have an open meeting May 9 at 8 p. m. to celebrate Wind- sor Gmnge's 34th birthday. GRANGERS LISTED Amorg those attendn Po- See us now for your supply of farm-proven Carbyne--- the wild oat killer that kills wild oats when and where you see them. A single spraying at the right time rescues your crop profits Now also available from these costly weeds all season. Carbyne offers you the simplest, lowest cost way to stop yield-robbing wild oats. Spraying time is near, so stop in now for complete, information. tn new l00J,l,li,ll,$tl,  R I1 | New, full-color, fact- filled folder. Tells how, when and where to use Carbyne. Cheney Feed & Fuel 11 G St. 235-6271 M and M Chemicals Spangle, Washington a30m14 Overwhelming merly of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Best, Glenna, Connie xad Frank at- tended the wedding of Gordn Bleeker to Shen'ie Wadsley in the Marshall church Saturday evening. Bob Harris is nursing a airfful, breed and badly swollen eye this week. Bob was accidertaily hit in the eye by a baseball. Luckily, the doctor hs assured his parents here is o damage to his si,ght. En.|oying Mother's Day din- nor at the Rnald McKinley lmme were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pieroe, Wayne and Jane of St. 3ohn and Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Merrill and family of Ipmant. The grotp also celebrated the birthdays of Mrs. McKinley, her son Mike and her boer Wayrm, which aH fall on the same day. My 8. GDfildren of Amber school took a field trip to the Junior Livestock Show in Spokane last Monday. Friday the lver room visited the "Main Street U. S. A." train while .on Monday the upper room students visited the paper mill. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sooy. and ' a chddren were Mothers I) yl guests of Mr. ad Mrs. Larry[ Adamson and family of La-[ m'ont for a fmily gathering. [ Mr..and Mrs. W. Ed-avd[ Betz attended a meeting and[ dinner of the American Insti-" and Claudm. Mr. ,and Mrs. N. A. Cordill, Kay, Ann and Ne'ls, along with Mr..'and ,Mrs. Clark Cprdill and a, mity of Spokrane and Mrs. Wiison Cree, were guests of Mrs. L. C. Cordill for Mother's Day dner at the Red Barn in Cheney. Mrs. Kent Sooy visited iwth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ctmrles Stolp, Spokane, last TuesSay. House guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Betz, Jim, Peggy Sue and Frankl h)r the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. ak Weigand and Janet of Mercer sland ad Mrs. James Shdler of Che,ney. Celebratirg Moher's Day Saturday with a family dinner .at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. Herald Reed were Mrs. Peter DeTrant ,and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grimm and family ad LeRoy Reed. Mr. nd Mrs. Hardy Holt of Kendriek, Idaho,'te Sunday dinner guests of their daughter a,rd fully, Mr. and Mrs:. Har- <Id Hartley. The group was celebrating Mother's Day and also Eric Hartley's fourth birth- day. mona meeting at Neihbovhod Grange last Saturday were Mrs. and Mrs. Irvin Cain, Mr. and Mrs. ttenx3r Chuse,n, Mr. and Ylrs. L. Little, Mrs. Nettle Mill, Adelaide Larsen, Irma Stragier, Leora Widner and Mr. and Mrs. Oran Scott. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Patter- son nd family were weekend guests of relatives on, the cast. Mrs. Neta Bowen and rs. Kate Oson bad lother's Day dnner with lrs. Bowen's son Willard and family near le- yore, Vtash. :Mrs. Elva Swanrmck and daughter, Mrs. Edith Kal]e- burger, Sprague, were Cbeney visitors hst Friday. Mrs. Daisy Hicks was a din- ner guest of Ir. ad Mz-s. Ray- mond Ward last Sunday. Mrs. Mabel Wayne cubed en Irs. Fam Smith last Sunday. Mrs. Alvilda Garras was a weekend guest of ,he son, the William Garrases, in Simkane. i Surset @raners attenng Pomona last Saturday were Mr. and lrs. Frank Sterritt Mrs. ] Carl Moreig, Mr. ,and Mrsl Vevn Heulin. Statistics At times the statistics in the drug industry are ovearhelming. Vor example, more than 1,300 companies marmacture prescription ,dru in this eotmtry. Yet no one compar accmnts for as much .as 10% ,of the sales. This degree of competition is approaeled by few other industries. This irdusta'y .is ever more -emarlable when you you consider the odds against success in he sear for new products, In 1959, out of 100,200 substances tested, .about 40 became marketable 4rugs. The failure ratio is 2,505 to 1. Yet, despite such obstacles, the indutry has made rapid pogress in the past 25 years. For example, more thn 3 on Amen, leans .are aive today who would ot have been ff the nation's, death rate lad remained at the 1937 level thanks to the research and development of better medi- cines ad medical care. Cheney Drug WARREN H. WESTERMAN 410 First Street, Cheney lute of Banking Wednesday night at the Ridpath Hotel in Spokane. Letoy Reed is rcapeaing at the home of his son and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Herald Reed, Mter being in the hosvital for a week. Although he is stil,1 quite weak, he is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and children of Tyler were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Buob. A rmhost dnner Me,her's Day was held at the home of Mrs. Josie Marsh, od included Mr ,and rs. Howard Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marsh and Nick, Mr. ,and Mrs. Ivan alvert :and Mrs. Else Schmidt and Mr. :and Mrs. Keith Cummings, Mike and Patty Ann, all of Che- i n.ey, and J olin and Hard Miarsh, both of EWSC. ] Mr. and Mrs. F. N. McKinley[ ,a'e sperding several days, at [ their cabin on Priest LaKe tins week. j Calling at the Melvin Marsh 4ome Sunday eveng were Mr. and Mrs. Roald McKinley, Mike and Brenda. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill ad Ron were Mother's Day guests o.f Mrs. Maha M and Mr. nd Mrs. Edwin Okevstrova. g those ejoyin the EWSC Mother's Day activities and un,cheon .on ca'm0us Sat- urday were Mrs. H, oward Impala Sport Sedan, just one of 15 mtlels in the Number One line Success hasn't .gone to its price eggnog of member had and pack- fay two. :HURCH Spangle Sunday 4-H Sun- r'lON GIVEN ve a demon- 13can Casser- demonstration Jura,or High a red rib- tIe arid Grow 4-H Club THERE'S A NEW PLACE TO BUY FRUITS, VEGETABLES, SHRUBBERY, FLOWERS AND PLANTS. IT'S called FOLAND'S PRODUCE 1121 FIRST ST. CHENEY Mter all, you don't get the No. 1 place (or stay there year after year after year) unle you give people a lot for their moneY. That, Chevrolet does. Look what's new for 1965. Everything. 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