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Four Lakes iMace---RI 7-7606 MEETS TONIGHT meets tonight at 8 wl be a Memoa-- Pgram after the everyone please TO MEET l meet at the at 10 a. pic- SUNDAY of Dan, ce will rCitM at the tonmrvow at 8 REPEATED Jr., former- mid Aflame marriage Queen Avenue Church n Spe- bvkle are Mr. of Slo- larents are F. Nave of was Snookie nan was the i,am lave. Was Charlotte E1- I&apos;ur I_kes Sack Hart- and Mrs. artd Mrs ,and Sara were Mrs. Oar] Fra- Lake ad in the 1oo. be the man- Lakes Nlyers Leort Bar- the enUre League. L GIVEN 1Presertted a dieal Lake students ';Cipating: n*ne At- PhiRipson. -:TS met last Barrick on how La VOw, he Potters are from Van Noyes, Ca,lit. Mr. and Mrs. George Soup visited the Jack Hartford ,foan- ily Sundy aftern>on. CMlers of Mrs. Sarah Irk- p.trick d, u Fmg the week were Mrs. Verna Kirkpatri, ck, Mrs. Kae,n Kin,nick, Mr. mrtd M. Murbach, Lucite Fetzner, J, aek Stroub, Mr. laebuck, and Mr. ,and Mrs. Jahn Stark. Sunday clers ,off Mrs. Kirk- p.a.trick were Ftere,n,ce Kirkpat- ,rick and 1VIrs. Hattie bertl from Spokrane. Cindy Larson spent the weekend with M'r. and Mrs. Sidney Larsom Marie Coniey artd Mr. arid Mrs. Stanly Slear were Sun- day evening guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Larson. The Ph, flripsan <flgdren at- tertded the Lilac laracle in Spokane Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.. Orville P.hflp- sn and family actemded the pian.o recital 'at Medical Lake Sun, day. Doreen Kafer, Mrs. ttoscoe Atkins arid Mr. and Mrs. Bert Spear were Thursday lnh- eon guests ,of Mrs. Del Spear. iDED of Four cntaet lens Su,nday. Dr. "IONs Windsor News I By Mrs. James Widner / PECIAL GRANGE [ PROGRAM PLANNED t Rolet Oh]son, WShgon I grange lecturer, has written to he Windsor Free Press cor- veslpandent saying that on June 10, at the StaSe Geange session, a special pogam hon- orirg the grartge di'aond ju- bilee will be herd. She al'so stated it would be nice if a great number of he delegates wore dresses ad costumes of the olden days. COUNTY POMONA MEETS Spokanb County grange met in the averly gange haJt May 9. There were 162 grangers at the day and evezzig meetings. The drill team, wt,h captain Warren Johnston, exemplified the fifth degree for three can- didates. laster Ray Christensen pre- send Pomorm lecturer Mabel Jolmston a gd star cevtifi-i cate from n.atiorml ad state gnge or coro4Yleting all the lucture projects in 1963. LADLES GET GIFTS one can Audrey Werha, Windsor grange ,lmme economics chair- man, presented each lady pres- ent with a gift. There were two l)illows artd three dresses that won blue ribbons and sev- er pieces ,of tnley work won blue ribbons hat Windsor gran,ge ,had ,at the Pomona jud, gig. They wexe so)at to thai state grange lmme emmst chairmn An Sate'r for the j udgktg. Wirmlsor gage will spent have .a card party Mlay 29. Deer There wi be an antique auction in the Windsor grn,ge of Ann- hall May 25 and 26 at 7 p. m. a guest of un- ll TABLES PLAYED Sunset gran'ffe had 11 tables frem off cards in pay May 15 and 17 tables o,f cards in play May 18. Mary Brown is the alternate delegate to the Sta Grange se,ssi.on for Sunse,t grange. BEACHES VISIT PARADISE Mace, Mr. and Mrs Dwight Beach visited Paradise gage last we,re Friday evemng. A discussion was held on organizing a third the and fourth degree team. at Oheney Paradise grange ill have a card party Saturd(ay at 8:30 p.m. BLEISNERS HIGH PLAYERS from: The Danish c'lub had 28 tab- les of cards in. play Iast Sat- ad urday evening. Among the 20 were high svore win,nor we,re Mr. _. f Mr. and Mrs:. Otto Bl:ei,sner, Mr. c. The and Mrs. Ray Wiis0,n, Guy Ha,n- on Your House Wiring I Check :_ IOR OVERLOAD, PANEL SIZE AND CON- 0UTLT$, LIGHTS AND SWITCHES. ndations--You Decide--No Obligation. c HEAT SPECIALISTS E: lt$ XPERIENCE12 YEARS IN CHENEY. DI(AL LAKE AREA $1DNTIAL "-- COMMERCIAL UMps FARMS ---- ELECTRIC MOTORS state inspected for your pro- B. s Electr,c Bonded CH 4-2705 To an American, as well as me." "I am aslmmed of my all decent people, one of the[parent's dress ann -,, .... ,, mthorrffying facets of al"I .am seldom cons'"uled'in which * e'(r s line. way [ fam!ydec,sions.,, "My parents a "e lnnu-/wan I e[ me make my own de- enced to report to the police on | eisions. their parents. ] , , , * * | As is well known, one of the Yet perhaps chief objectives in preparing this should not be so sur- prising. As Rep. John Ashbrook of Ohio recently pointed out on the floor of the Cong- ress, in many areas of the nation school c.W. Harder children are being brainwashed in a similar fashion all with the benign approval of the United States Department of Health, Education & Welfare. For there has come into quite wide usage a series of psycho- logical tests.These often termed by such fancy names as the Youth Inventory Test given by the Science Research Associ- ates, comprising hundreds of questions, or statements to which the school child is sup- posed to give an answer. * . . On the results of these re- plies the "inventory" score on the child is made. * * $ For example, in a test being used, and devised by a Benja- min Shimberg, over 50 state- ments are slanted to plant the seeds of rebellion in the minds of children. Here are some of the statements they are asked to comment upon. . , "My Father is a tyrant." "I am ashamed of my father's job." "My parents neglect me." "My parents don't trust National Federation of Independent Business the mind of youth to accept the enormous lies of commun- istic idealogy is to first destroy any loyalty to the family, or belief in any religion. Then into the mental vacuum communis- tic beliefs are implanted. Rep. Ashbrook also pointed out that a foremost advocate of child brainwashing is a Dr. (3. B. Chisholm, a psychiatrist who in a published speech said "Far many generations we have bowed our necks to the yoke of the conviction of sin." He further stated that the problem today is freeing chil- dren from swallowing "all manner of poisonous certain- ties" fed by parents, Sunday school and day school teachers and by priests. "If the race is to be freed from its crippling burden of goad and evil it must be psy- chiatrists who take the orig- inal responsibility. The Ohio Congressman points out that Dr. Chisholm is no un- known crackpot. In fact, he has held high posts in United Nation offshoots such as a for- mer Director-General of the World Health Organization, former president of the World Federation for Mental Health, and is honorary president of World Federalists of Canada. No wonder people object to Federal bureaus getting into local education. hum, Irma Stragier ad Lepta Widner. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mumaw visited Mrs. Maxi,ne Olso, Ea'ren anl Jimmy last Satur- day to see "Friendly" an Ap- pal, oosa filly bought from Ml- nlaws. Mrs. Flora Smith caled on ,{rs. abel W, ayne *Monday. Wflburn Phillips and fam'ly visited Mr. Phillips' mohe'r, Mrs. Cleo Phillips, last Su,n- day. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Parshall and son have returned h.ome from a month's vacati'n in the Eastern Sates. They spent lwo days at the World's Fair. The Parshall's sen-in,law and daughte'r, Mr. and Mrs. John C'rawford, and daughter, Kim- berley, returned with he Pa,r- shaUs to make their h.ome here ounce again. The Craw- fords left for New York, Mr. Crawferd's liome state, but the West kept ca,lling the,m home o they returned. En -,route h.ome they stopped at Niaga,ra Falls. Ms. Crwford nee Karen ParSha,ll, is a grad- uate ,of Oheney Hi,gh Sehl, was Windsor grange officer Ceres for several years, and atso won he queen entest i the Pomona grange visitation contest. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swanson are erttertadning with a fam- ily dirmer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oltan Morasch we,re recent visitors at the home of Mr. Mom,sch's grand- arents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cook, at Pine City. Stencils--make your own signs--1 inch to 6 inch let- ters. Free Press Printshop. A1- :Spangle News Virginia M. Strock DIANNE HOFFMAN HONORED AT SHOWER Di,anne Hoffrrmn was h.anof ed t a bridal shower st Sat- today aftermon. Hostesses were Leret'ta Grot&, Loa By- e,rs, Alan Smith, Anne Aden Vicki ofmann, Penny Man- gis, Sandy Stalnaker, and Irene Tuttle. Anne Allen in,traduced the " ' brtde-to-be, her mother, arid mther-in-av-to-be, and presented each wit& a corsage. There was a piarm solo by Mari- lyn Sievers, and a poem by An,he Allen. A, saistLg Dmnne at he gift le was her ss- ter, Cormie, *arid sister-in-law- to-be, baudie OsieNer. Pen- ny Marffis was in charge o the guest book. The decomtiens East Cheney DAN METZGER HURT, Dan Metzger, wo is emt>loy- ed at Bll's Service, suffered paifu.1 injuries whl,e ang an Arabian fily into a truck !Sunday. She proved to be quite fractious ,ad Dan ende up with a eraeked knuckle ad torn shouMer ligaments. liday, May 22, 1964 Cheney Free Press Pge SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington. County of Spo- kane.--ss. By virtue of an Order of Sale nut of the Hon. Superior Court of S- kane Courty, on the 5th day of May, 1964, by the Clerk thereof, in the case National Life Insurance Company, corporatior, Plaintiff versus Andrew D a. Wood and Soon E. Vood, husband anc wife, Defendants No. 173198, and to me, as Sheriff. directed and deliverei. Notice is hereby given, that I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash. within the hours prescribed Louise Pittman visited Deer 192: situate in the City and County Park Debekah Ledge Saturday of Spokane. State of Washinrton To satisfy a judgment in favor of National night. Life Imwurance Company, a corporation anl against Andrew D. Wood and Soon Geo,rge Hutchinson is re- E. Wood, husband and wife, and each cuperating nicely at  tiptoe o.f them and the community composed of said parties Amounting to Nine afte undergoing su,rgery two Thousand Four Hundred Ninety :Eight v.eeks ago. His daughter, Mrs. and 73/100 ($9.498.73)Dollars with inter- est at 5/ per cent per annum from Bonnie Olsen, has returned to September 1, 1963 to May 5, 1964 an, d her Oalifernia home after sev- $669.00 attorney's fees and $38.00 costs and increased costs. Plus added costs eral weeks with her parents, of $38.24. Interest at 6% from May 6. 1964 to sale on attorney's' fees and e(ts, and judgment. Given under my harcl, this 12th day JOHN J. RIPPLE of May, 1964. Spokane, Washington William J. Reil]y, Sheriff By Evelyn Fordyce Deputy John J. Ripple, Plaintiff's Attorey (May 15-June 51 were ,of spying 'fl, oae. The 100 guests enjoyed refresh-i by law for Sheriff's Sales. to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m., on the 19th day of meats of cake, coffee, punch :June, 1964, at South Courthouse nuts and mins. Door. Spokane, in Spokane Courty. in the State of Washington. all the right, title and interest of the above nmed defendants in aid to the for lowin described real property, to-wit: Lot Six (6) in Block Eighteen (18) of Spring Hill Addition to the City of Spokane. as per plat thereof record- ed i Volume "A" of Plats, page PERSONAL MENTIONS Miss Karen Blauert received a $175 home eoon.orres sclol- arShip from the state PTA which can be renewed. She wl attend EWSC. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smith and Doug Smith made a trip to Beacon Point Resort on Iiood Canal }ast weekend. On their return trip they b'rough their gand:m.other, Mrs:. Lulu Smith, or a summer visit. Mr. and Mrs. ton Green and family were Sunday guests of Mrs. Gordon Green. After a dinner for a neFhew, enjoyed an afternoon o,f at Liberty Lake. WORK WANTED Luah Horizon High School Juniors, are interest. ed in summer jobs such as baby siting, typing, (one year), ironing, clerking, house cleaning, pet sitting, and vacation lawn and flower care, harvest cook. ing. Call 235-4741, 235. 4172, or 235-4041, after 6 ). m. m15-22 May Specials =Curtis Mathes PERSONAL PORTABLE TV ONLY $99.95 The finest 11" Personal Portable television. Weighs only 13% Ibs. with con- venient carrying handle. Excellent sound reproduc. tion with 5" oval speaker. By Anna Phillips Aid met with Gladys East Charm rarffe Kutscher Wednesday. The y s _ had a ladies enjoyed a lovely after- small attendance at the meet- noon with their Sp.okane mem- ing last Friday evensong..Mrs, bar. Leaa Crawford was elected to There are several grade stu- THE ADAMS membership. Next meeting dens out with chicken pox. Jane 5 is the anniversm'y pot- Among them ,are Rene Crab. $149.95 with trade luck supper at 7 p. m. Garnett tree, Tommy J(tmsun, Shan- Boots and Mary served re- non D.odson, Kathy Kaylan, freshments. Mark, and Jay Bird. Visitors of Mrs. Chester P,imrose Rebelh Lodge en- PhilKps last week were Mr..terlned the district oCficers and Mrs. Archie Baird, Mr. arid ;at the last meeting. Ech di, s- Mrs. Virgil Piersl, Sharon and triet ffieer was introduced Jenette, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and presented with a gift. Procter, Mr. arid Mrs. Vern The Spangle grange wdl tlarrington, Mrs. Idver Lay- spon, sor a cemetery cleanup ton, Mr. and Mrs. Max Pierce baturdray. At n:oon there wilt and Fred Baird. be a potluck wed at the set- Mr..and M,rs. Harry Hamp- vice clu,b. ALL workers are wel- ton attended the 45th anni- come. versary of Mr. and Mrs. C.O. Louise Pitman attended a Spencer of Careywood, Idaho, Past Matrons lncihen, and Holmes Hardware Last Sunday. Wednesday over- party at Irene Langd)ns in night guests last week were Spokane. Rev. and Mrs. Clk Smith o,f Mr. and Mrs. Butch Kn,uth, Walla WaltZ. Another guest Elva Jones, Cecela Btwns, and vcas a sister of Mrs. Hampton, Mrs. Everett Taylor, of Riggins, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Don MaeQuar-Graduati0n tie called on Mr. and Mrs. CIaren,ee Levis and Mrs:. Anna PM1]ips ast Monday eveaing. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Browaa atended the 45th anniversary party. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Shaw of Little Falls and son Wayne and Mosman's has a wonderful assortment of practical R,onnie were last Surd,ay din- net guests of Mrs. Ce,li,'a Kelly gifts for men and women students. Won't you let our and Frank Ludwig. experienced personnel help you in your selection00 M'r. and Mrs. David Bud- driusandbabyDu,aneofA1. $1 to $5 mira were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarealce Davis p i and Mrs.. Anna h_i:ps. David Buddrius and D ,tmne a,rd lLrs. Anna Phil:ps called on M,rs. Chester Ph,ips and Johnny Jewelry Blouses Distinctive design and modern styling in gen- uine walnut veneers and selected hardwood sol- ids. Has 23" Kimcode TV picture tube and a Hi Fi 5" oval speaker i!or better sound repro- duction. so stencil brushes. Sun, day morning. Shirts Hosiery Ties P.J's .  dl 0Ria30tL h BHe::[e rY sL;: fsr'e ])At s.00s.5 to00lO  o!  Nature's Own Colors! Billfolds Blouses $1 -- c r l Easel Backa Ground Fasteners Hew designs, hand.craft. ed from natural foliage and realistic polyethyl. ene or vinyl flowers. $1.49 to $2.98 727J'-22. "2-2"5"-'-" ..7./2"2" . I:1 ...... -- klir00 __" l00ran Cheney, Washington Sweaters Suits Jackets Pendleton Wool Pants Swim Suits LUGGAGE GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE SHARPEST SHOP AROUND mmm mmllm m m mmmm