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Fri4ay, May 21, 1965 Cheney Free  Page 3 Four Lakes By Mrs. Larson CONTEST Lynn Hartford was that she was in the Justin Morgan Miss Itartford will a registered Morgan for one year, and can the colt that is foaled for The mare then goes to the In,land Empire Horse Ass'n. ----..___.._ IN BRIEF Hartford, Lavonne .and Elain Phillipson a piano recital Sunday Ayres. They are Arnold. Par- giris attended. Mrs. Harold Melby. Mr. arid Mrs. Carl and B. Baker visited Mr. and Sunday. The and their brother are residents of Four Lois Lunneborg visited Mr. and Mrs. C. and she and her r attended the reception and Mrs. Frank Jolm- Orville Phillipson left for $1. I,ouis and St. , Me., where she at- e conference at the School, a college for Science young peo- returned Junetion Colo., sister, Mrs. Alan home May 12. ICE MEETs LaMe ,held an Friday eve- :me "The Mel- p,ut on One of concerts. several of the sing- mable to be there the concert was by 'all attend- singers, Henry member of the GvarLge. A de,lic- seawed at the raeeffng. MENTIONS McMillan was Larson luneheen First Pres, in Spokane. on Mrs. Mile hospital. Sin,e. Larson Welker and in Spokane Mrs. at- at the Lar- Gerald Lavsoas. Mrs. Sara Kirk- eek were Mrs. Mr.. and Mrs. Medical Lake, Powell, Spo- was a din- Mrs. Bernard the school of refinishing fur- the next Club at the are reminded Scissors. Sehmitt and piece Home Mrs. Bert Mrs. and Mrs. Sid- Mrs. Ted llans for Sch:ool in ZUKI ARE MING! June. Mr. an,d Mrs. C. F. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and Phillip, Willi,am Jones, Mrs. Maude Brown and Mrs. Mary Wilcox were dinner ,uests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox and family Sunday. The reception for Mr. nd Mrs. Johnso,n was well attend- ed Sun4ay. Many came who had formerly lived in the Four Lakes ,area. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johns, on, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and son Phillip, Mr. and Mrs. Dar- re,ll Hastings and family, all of Kennewick. Mr and Mrs. L. Griffin and Mr. a,n,d Mrs. Luke Griffin, Plum.mer, Idaffo; Mr. ard Mrs. Robert L. Nelson and family, Cheney; Mr. arid Mrs. Delmer Fitzner and Samily, Cheney, enjoyed a potluck supper at the De Standerfer home Sunday evening. Mrs. Lawrence Griffin spen from Friday through Sunday wkV.h her daughter, Mrs. Del Standerfer. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Eaton vis- ited last Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Barrick. e 0000cng!e Hews By Joanne Green OFFICERS INSTALLED Several mothers and two ighth graders attended the l'inal FHA meetin,g of the year last Tuesday evening. In:stalled as next year's officers were Darlene Wright, president; Mary Brewer, vice president; Janel ThJeren, secretary; Pat C:ovnw, arll, treasurer; Jill Rob- inson, represerLtative; Jeanne Stu,art, reporter; Lynn Donnie, sonny leader; Sally Felgenhau- er, degrees chairman, and Leigh Critehlow, hstorian. Pat Cornwall received her chapter degree. Junior derees went to sophomores Becky. Swanson, Carolyn Proff, and Mary. Brewer; freshman, Lind Gover, ,and eighth grader, Kathy Hill and Beeki Fai. TRACK TEAM SECOND Last week the track team pieced seco,rd at Colville in the i fin,el competition before the I cocmty meet. Firal scores were I East Vafley 131, Liberty 100, i Kettle Falts 73, Co'lville 62, and Cheney 13 points. The team did exceptionally weI1 in the runing events, getting 93 points. Pheing were 100 yard, R. ardesty first; W. Havdesty, second; 220 yard, R. Hardes{y, first; W. Hardesty, second; 440, D. Ze:hm first; mile, Brad Morgan, third; two mile, Jeske second; 180 low hu,rdes, B. Stuart second; 120 high ,hurdles, B. Stuart third; broad jump, Wright sec- ond; 880 relay, W. Hardesy, Growth, Zelm, R. Hardesty first; 880, roth first, Bruce Morgan third. 2 GAMES WON Two decisive wins last week made it three straight for the LHS baseball team. Tuesday's game at Rosalia was a snvash- ing 14-4. victory for the Lanc- ers; wih Mike Choate iitehing the first four innings and get- tin, g credit for the win. He was relieved by Ed Young, who kept up the good job. Ed Young pitched Liberty to arml:her victory, taking a sev- en irming 'game from  14- 5. The score was not cose at arty me. Liberty led hy a com- fortable margin from the third in:ning. LEA HOLDS BANQUET Tearehers, ,htrsbands and wives were guests of the LEA at the last meeting of the year, a potluck dinner at East IA,b- erty. Joyee Leitz, Annalee Holt, and Blaine Wolf were in charge of the dirm, er. The "Belttones" furnished enter- tainment for the evening. Eugene Fink, choral director at Mead and WEA executive HAVE A GOOD TIME!! You go on vacation, though, take your doctor for a check-up. It is easier too amy medical or dental problem while in town. Let your doctor kn'ow how expect to be gone in ease he should like or ary prescription.s you may need to your prescription when you go on ,a summer vacation? You you. But when ou are away an)d runs out, you need not worry phone your pharmacist back home mail a refill to you, where permissible. Cheney Drug WARREN H. WESTERMAN 410 First Street, Cheney board director for district 15, toid of the progress mzd'e by WEA during the past four years. Ite also installed offic- ers fr the coming yeast. They ,are Augusta Zeham, president; Eiteen Merrill, secretary, and Margaret Dagley, treasurer. Ckeney Freshmen Are nitiated Three Cheney frenchmen at Eastern Washington State Col- lege have been initiated into membership in the college chapter ,of Spurs, rational women's ,service honorary, for next year. They are Gail F. Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stevens, 423 Cedar; IAnda Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grart R. Thomas, 112 Fifth Street, ,and Susan G. Wil- son, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. WigWam C. Wilson, 15 W. Sixth Street. GIRLS ENJOY PLAYDAY Thirteen: girls, accompanied by Mrs. Ross, participated in a softball play day at Me,ad Junior High School last week. The girls won two out of fOUT ames, which was very good considering they've only had three days of practice. Girls Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill INDIAN WOMAN VISITS Dr. Savithri Chad was a Sat- urday night gues of Mrs. Ed- win Dumm:ier and Miss Franc lason. Dr. Chaff, who is an ex- change teacher at EWSC this year, is very interested in how farms in this area are operated and how our people live. Among the farms visited Sa,t- urday were tlmse of Bruce Me- :Kay, Josie, Howard and Mel- vin Marsh, Osborne Besby, tred Sooy and N. A. Oordilt. On Sunday Mrs. Dummeier and Dr. Chari visited the McGreg- or and Harper farms. Dr. Chari is a gracious arrd delightful person to talk with and her charming manner makes ,her a mast wel, oome guest. She has been in our country five years. She has only been at EWSC this year, where she teaches lolitieal s,cice. In August.she will re- to her home land and will 8o research work in New Delhi. YOUNG GALS MEET Young Gals bridge club met ,t the home of Mrs. John H. Harris last Wednesday Mter- n.oon with Mrs. Dm Lambert as a guest. Prizes were won by Mrs. Ron McKinley, Mrs. Fred Say and Mrs. F. lq. McKinley. [he club will meet next with Mrs. Kent Secy. Tlmvsday -- Vegetable and meat stew, cabbage salad, bread and butter, ice cream and milk. FriSay -- Noodle ,and tuna casserole, peas, bread and but- tcr, apple sauce cake and milk. 4-H CLUB MEETS Amber Rambler 4-H cl'ub met Monday evening at the school house. The club voted to hold the annual picnic July 24 at RoIlie's Resort on Bad- Rer Lake. Picnic dinner will be served a,t 7 p. m. Demonstra- tions were given by Donna Lewis, "Vegetable Plate," Shir- ley Hartlev, "A Sewing Box," Doug Lewis, "In,seeN Harmful to Gardes," Sandy Lewis, "A Je,o Sa,tad," and by Frank Best, "Fitting and Sinewing." The cooking and sewin,g group will meet ,at the borne of Glen- na and C onrfie Best Saturday. PERSONAL MENTIONS Suchy dinner guests o,f Mr. ,and Mrs. John H. Harris and sons were M,r. and Mrs. Bill Goadwin, Dave and Annie. Datum and Mary Kay Lewis were Saturday m,orning guests of Shirley and Gall Hartley. In the aftern,oon the Itartley girls visited with Donna ,ad Mary Kay at their home. Sunday callers of Mr. and attendin, g we,re Janiee Kruse, Beatrice Howry, Nancy Groth, Judy Cornwall, Sheila Estell, Dalene Ken4all, I,ynn Dennie, Gayle Roeeks, Roberta John- son Linda Clausen, Leanna Hofmann, Gayle MeLain and NEWS BRIEFS Jane Raugust. Quite ,a few Indies from this l ecmmunity atterded the col BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN fee hour given in honor of Spangle Ladies Aid gave a[Miss Chris Jones Saturday at birthday party for patients at!the home of Mrs.,Everett Bair the Fairfield Nursing ,home last Tuesday. A duet was given by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gerking and the Ladies Aid group sang old time songs. A gift was presented to 1aI- tents having May bivtldays and refreshments were served. Attending were Gace Dyers, Paulirm Krauel, Garnet &bn- son, Ruby Hart, Lola Byers, Elve Jones, Mary Brewer, Vir- ginia Strock, Bertha Hall, Mild- red Girsberger, Helen Camp- ben ad Mr. ,and Mrs. Ben Go,king. AL HACKBARTH HOME A1 Haclcbarth is heine after spen,4ing several mo ath in the hospital and in ,a nursirg (home J recovering from surgery. M..t I delighted tosee ,him was 'ms l dog, Sport, who cried like[ a baby when A,1 came home. [ IRS. PITTMAN E-------NTERTAINS Mrs. Louise Pittman nd her sister, Marie Conley, Oheney, entertained representatives of various Rebelah lodges at a buffet supper last Wednesday. attending were Mabel Dunn, Helen Sordoff, June Taylor, Fern Fry, Bee HAll, Dorothy Jameson, Armabell Dieter, l.omn,ce Luce, Esther Jessie, Bess Stewart and an extra guest, Sam Dunn. After dinner the ladies at- tended Primrose Re bekah I lo4ge. ' a A special Mother s D Y p,ro- gram Was presented with Bill, M,arilyn, Joe ,and Oa,olyn Sei- vers, whq payed aceo,rgion and piarm sdlecons, ,and a read- irg by Betty Baird. PN. nts were presented to various j mothers. I NEWS ,N BRIE [ Mrs. Ed Strock traveled to] the Coast ast Thursday where I her husband underwent b,acKI surgery Friday morning. He will ,have to spend several[ weeks there before returning l .home. [ While there Mrs. Streck vis-[ ited with Mr. and Mrs. Genei Stark and Mrs. Oh, erry Tucker and her week old daughter, Trena, of Renton; Miss Jane Williams ,of Olympia and her father, M. C. Stark, of Union. She returned home Sunday. Strovk is in the N. P. B. A. hospital, E. 805 Wright, T,co ma, "Wash. Mrs. SltLrly Dale, (Shirley. Sievers) undet srge,ry, at Deaconess hospital last week. She was expected to go home around the first of this week. Mr. and Mrs. lnnie Green,, Bonnie, Donnie and Lonie joined Mr. and Mrs. Dick At- kison, Frank, Rick and Jh a'rd Les Green at the h,ome of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Green for Sunday dinner. The din- ner was in, ceIeblation of Les arid Johns birthdays. Los Green left early to 'go to Oym- pia for a week on a job assign- ment for W, aslington War Power Co. Mrs. J, ack Rigsby and @auh- te,r vistied wih Roy Mill and Mr. and Mrs. Verl ttelmer last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alert WilSon arid five children were Frid'ay overnight guests at the Don John:son home. The Spangle Grange is ,hokt- ing its anual clean up day at the Spangle cemetery on May 29. The grange will serve a potluck dinner in the Service Club 'at noon -for each person helping at the cemetery.. You need not be a grange member to help or to come to the pot- luck. Mrs.. Ivan Calvert were Mr. and Mrs. Gus Oarstens of St. John. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Reitz and family enjoyed Sunday din- ner with his mat:her, Mrs. L. W. R.eitz, of Cheney. Among those attenlirg the rodeo in Spolane last week were Mr. ,and Mrs. Gordon Miller and sos, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sxvara,c'k and Mrs. A,fred in Cheney. The hot lunch in'ogram at Amber school will cease on June 4. Students are remind- ed to bring their tune'hes aer that date. Eighth rade grdu- ,ation will be held, on June 6 at 8 p. m. and the nn,ual sch, ool picnic will be ,held June 10. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Sooy, Carol and Gary visited with her sister, Mrs. Marion Bled- see, in Spokane Sunday .Mter- non. Jo Ellen J,orda was a Fri- day overnight guest of Donna Lewis. AMBER HOT LUNCH lo4ay  Cherokee casser- ole, green, beans, brOad and butter, pears arid milk. Tuesday  Creamed potabo- es, weiners, coxn, cinnamon ,rol, fruited jello and milk. Wednesday -- liburgers, a]acaroni and cheese, carrot sticks, peach-toside-d,own cake arid milk. Weisman and Larry and Judy Gusseck. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie ,helped with refreshments at "the lormr nght given ,by Loy- alty Chapter OES for Lillie G. Lusher, grand representative to rizona, ast Wednesday everiag at he Masonic Tom- pie in Spokane. ' Mr. ,arid Mrs. Howard Buob atterded a family renAon Stmday at the ,lme of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tuft of Farm. There were 23 or dinner. Mrs. Marion Bait entertain- ed with a dinner Sy in honor of 'her daug, hter, Mrs. Richard Jordan, (m her birth- day. Other guests incIuded Mr. Jordan and family and Mrs. l-larve Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Coreoran, Miss Chs Jones. Jim Bair and Mr. ad Mrs. Wilmer IZAdwel, Jim and Beth. It's n'ot at all reassuring, these days to say that some- one is ",as sound as a dollar." C1 College Employes Attend Convention Three empl, oyes of Eastern Washingt:: St.ate College were in Vancouver, Wash., Saturday and Sunday to represent non- academic empl'oyes of the eo!- i.ge at th biennial convention of the Washiton Federation of State Employes (AFL-CIO). At[ending were ttarold Hau- ,,em, Loretta Laytan and Clar- ence Hughe:s, all elected as delegates. They were among 325 dele- gates and alternates repesent- i [ I I I HOW T o STAY ling more than 7,500 federatio members employed in state in- stitt[ions and o,ftees thaugh- out the state. L.t.NGUM TO HEAD SCARLET ARROW Richard LangLlln has i)een elected grand master of Scarlet Arrow, Estern Was,hington State College men's athletic honorary, far the 1965-66 school ya,r. ,OVhev ,officers are Vincent Jarvs, ,scribe, Stephen B. Hocker excheque.v, and Will- iam L. Brite, horian'. III I I HEALTHY ON THE JOB Ker-choo! That's the sound that costs Americans a total of 90 million work days a year. Here are some tips :to help you stay healthy on the job. Keep your distance from co-workers with colds. Report all tripping hazards to your superior-lest you really fall down on the job! Use your lunch hour to eat a leisurely meal instead of rushing around doing shopping chores-you'll be less prone to indigestion and tension. And, though the hcurs after quitting time are your own, your job will be easier-and your general health belier-if vou don't stint on sleep Pointers to emlovees who take a healthy interest in their jobs. The City of Cheney Light Department pielmp speeially equipped camper ser.,00e'. lust add a camper body and head for the hdls! 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