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Springs Phyllis Schmidt over from last week) HELD Joe Dickenson were in charge and entertain- ladies night at Gar- school. Dr. Will- superintendent of read the oath of officers for ear. Officers 'are: McAdam; vice Wuaderlich; Evelyn Arnold; Rose Johansen. .and family played .mUsical selections on anal piano, and Dick the guitar and closed a very s,uc- for PTO. Vic Hilt, president, is also school board :T PROGRESSING baseball dia- ls coming along. area has been lcv- and all rock been picked school ground :ame out with plans and staking. The surveyed for of pipes in the parents and stu- for work. Sev- days are plan- to complete TO RETIRE L Mul'holland, who n he classoom 33 ! which have been Springs Scheo,1, plans are indef- said "sie would to her family." his wife and n Fairfax, Jane, hus- children live in .Mrs. Mulhol- vChere a bl, oer still I I was taken see- ) to visit her so, m the service in trip ws on- ,t us as she ts of pictures s sh vn them ' "I says, to have an COmmunity and girls whom I close f.,, We, win mass this who has : our ehildren o into this grade. ENTED  pre- gold bracelet by ZUK! ARE MING! lyler News By Wanda Stengle (Too Late For Last Week) SURPRISE PARTY HELD Friday night Mr. and Mrs. John Ham and Kaye had a surprise birthday party for her dauglter Sue. Guests were Mrs. Myrtle A. Ableman, Mrs. the AWS for being the most outstandin.g senar ,at EWSC far he year. The award was made during the spring gener- al meeting. Miss Martin is vow active in our community af- fairs, both church and seho,ol. The Spokane Accordion con- cert was held last week with several winners from Garden Sprinlgs. They were: 'advanced class, Terry Loiselle; intermed- i:rte, Larry Larson, Kristy Loi- selle, Jessie Hull and Slaron Lindsey. AI received special awards. NEWS BRIEFS G,a*rden Springs Community Church Youth will visit the Hay ford Community Church Sunday evening to see a film on "Flying Missionary of Bva- A. Regu}ar meetings are every Sunday evening ,at 7 in the church basement. All youth are invited to attend. Mrs. Claude Doughty enter- tained her STOP Club (Sensibly Taking Off Pounds) in her h.ome Wednesday. The gals are reatly having a ball and losing pounds at the same time. A contest is going on to see who loses the most weight in three weeks. Guest was Mrs. Lellida Skj,ohoug. Phillip Little and Miss Eve- lyn IAttle, who lived in this community for many years, are visiting friends and relations here. The past several days they have been ,at the ClJade Doughty hFome. They will re- turn to their home in Emmett, Idaho, next week. Garden Springs softball team payed Sunset school Fri- day aftern,oon and won 6-1 ,and 17-7. Barl Sel'le, Rt. 4, box 182, Spokane, of the Men's Garden Club, has the rules mrl free seeds :for the youth pumpkin contest. All youths 16 or under may particiWate. The pumpkins must be entered in the youth ,arden department at the Spo- kane Interate Fair. June 1 is the deadline to have your en- try blank in to be able to par- ticipate. For complete informa- tion contact SeUe or your term- ly agricu, ltural extension ofice ace the courthouse. Pumpkins weighing 50 pounds or more will be considered for national competition. The fifth and sixth dets of Carden Slrins Sc,hool had a field trip to :see Main Street U. S. A. :at the Northern Pacific depot Friday afternoon. This is a two car ntional traveling ex- hibiti.on of the Henry Ford museum .and Greenfield Vil- ]'a, ge. Mrs. C. Hoyt, Jim McAdam, Mrs. LeRoy Oklemacher d Mrs. bawrenee Schmidt joined the children on the tur. =.mrs Wills, owner of The Red Barn Restaurant L proud to announce that William W. Webster en Over as managing chef of the Red Barn . Mr. Webster was born and raised in Spokane. w" Rogers High School. After graduating, Ith the U. S. Navy aboard the U. S. S. Ticon- eceiving an honorable discharge, he en- pokane Community College, where he re- Professional chef's training under the instruc- ando Longo. Mr. Webster, his wife, Nelle and at 2711 S. Latawah. Since becoming man- has been taking reservations for ban- Wi wishes to extend a cordial invitation to family to meet Mr. Webster end his staff at ne RED BARN Wima Ptotts, Cheney, Mrs. Katherine Holloway a:nd d.auffh- ters, Penny .and Nina, and Rus- toy Holloway, who arrived by pane Friday night from the Coast. : PERSONAL MENTIONS Wedn, es(tay night Mrs. Myr- tle G. Ableman and Johnny l[arn were called to Cl,arkston be(re, use of the serious condi- titan of Mrs. Maude Preltice. At the present time Mrs. Pren- rice has improved. Mr. and Mrs. Tammi East, San Francisco, were Friday afterrmon visitors ,at the home o,f Mrs. Hank Konshuk. Spec. 4 and Mrs. Donald Jones, arid daughter Rhon, da are guests at the Clarles aur- er home. They ,arrived to see their parents last Saturday. Havirg spent the last three ye.ars stationed in Italy, they motored here from New York. They expect to stay until May 30. Bb Shea recently httezded the Nazarene district conven- tion at Wat[a Walla. Miss: Shir- ley Loomer of Cheney ac'com- panied him. David Brown and Penny Brown participated in the ilac day parade with the Sprgue band. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown were Sunday dinner guests of her aunt in Farmington. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kleth were Sur4ay dinner guest's o,f Mr. and Mrs. Donald Keith of Post Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rosenau were callers 'at the Doratd Da- vis home. The. also were vis- itors at the home of Mrs. E. Rosenau. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marrill of Richland were Monday visitors ef Mrs. Lloyd Ableman. Steve and Gary. Abteman were over- rAght guests of their grandpar- ents. Mrs. Polly Ableman and Mrs. Helen Jackson called n Mrs. Lena Lamphier at the Cheney Nursing ttome last Friday morning. Mrs. Ira Jackson returned home Tue,say after visiting in Spolane. Friday night guest of Ver- non Jackson was Jinmy rese i of Cheney. The boys had a ;cook-out supper. Jacky Sten- gle was a supper guest also. Don Ray was an early caler on Mr. and Mrs. Arley Able- man Monday. Surday visitors at the ,home of the LeIoy Jacksons were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Jackson of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bunk and children of Cheney. Mr. an!d Mrs. Art Stengle and chfl.dren, and Mrs. Velma Davis atterded the T(>rchliht Iarade last Thursday evening. Bob Stergie and Charles Davis participated with the Cheney School b.nd. Mr..and Mrs. Gilbert Pter- son attended the .rmual Dari- gold meetin,g, where their nephew, Jim Peterson, was (me of the guest speakers. He is state president of the FFA. ,Mr..arid Mrs. Jerold Betz served ,refreShments at grmge meeting. About 30 were wes- ont. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Able- man and Mr. and Mrs. John Ham visited Cl,arkstn Sh_nday, where lIrs. Maude Prentice remans in the hospital. They ,had dinner t Mrs. Zecma Jones' house. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Davis of RitzviIle were visitors at the ,h, ome of Mr. d Mrs. Dou- aid Davis Saturday. Weekend guests 'at the lome of Mrs. Hank IonShuk and son Ralph were Mrs. Alvin East and Mrs. Tommy East and I three ,children of Wl,la Wallia. Guests for dirmer were John Lass and John Stengle. Dr. : Lss f Ohelley caled :" i evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sack Brow atterded the spring music con- cert t Sprague last Thursday evefing. Their three ehiMren 2 GOOD USED Riding Lawn Mowers Holmes Hardware CHENEY NOW HAVE UNTIL MAY 30, 1965 CHET'S FLOWERS Windsor By Mrs. James Widner Windsor Gratge had 40 m at- temtarme at heir open tmuse meeting last Wedzmsday to celebrate the grange's 34th an- niversary. Mr. ,and Mrs. Walter Here entertained 35 last Saturday evening with cards llayed at their home. i Adelaide Larsea% Soie ,artin arid Alvilda Garras were hosts to 26 tables o cxts in the Darigold ,hostess roon Mion,dy for Ee I)ish Club. Cleo Phillips has retued home from Portland,*,o Ore., vchere she visited frimds. W.hile there they had a sur- wise birthday party for her. Amber Mrs. N. A. Cordill CANDIDATE N.FAED Amber Grange met Friday evening and Larry Weisman was instructed in the first and second degrees. The grange participated in that even,l. Mrs. Jack Brown was chaper- one of the seventh md eighth grade school dance .at Sprague Friday night. David Brown was a weekend guest of Ross Stromberger of Sprague. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Monday  Macaroni and cheese, frozen peas, lettuce and tomato salad, deviled egg, eornbread with honeybutter, apple pie. Tuesday -- R'oas beef, baked potatoes, buttered spinach, raisin bread. Wednesday  Pizza, glazed carrots, fruit salted, cookie. Thursday  Fried chicken or roast turkey, Whipped pota- oes wiCh giblet gravy, sun- shine salad, bread and butter, plums. Frid.ay -- baked beans with tomato sau=ce, tossed salad, chuckwagou bread, baarta cream cake. candidate for the "Fairest of the Fair" contest-11 be Gayle DaM with Jer Jorda,n as alternate. The home economic chair- man reported on the following[ sewing contest results: Mrs. Josie Marsh received a blue ribbon on the crocheted doil- ies; Mrs. Charles Proctor, a blue on pillce, v eases, nd Mrs. Alia Buob a blue and a red on dresser scarves, tl,efres,lmen were served by Mr. and Mrs. lterald Reed a,nd Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Weisman. GRADUATION SET Eighth grade graduation, will be held at the Amber School Jure 8 at 8 p. m. Graduates this year ae Jim Betz, Sally Lu,ca .and Glenna BeSt. AMBER SCHOOL MENU Monday -- Mashed potatoes, meat balls with mushaoom sauce, green beans, bread and butter, peaches ,and milk. Tuesday -- Spaghetti with meat and tom.ate sauce, green salad, hot rolls and butter, .apple ,crisp and milk. Wednesday -- Meat and veg- etable cassarole, calbage salad, cherry cobbler, bread and but- ter and milk. Thursday -- Hot dogs, pick- led beets, corn, cookies and .apple sauce and milk. Frid.ay -- Tuna arid rice cas, sarole, fruit salad, broad and butter, ice cream and milk. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Buob were Sunday dinner guests o,f his sister a,nd family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller of Sand,point, Idaho. Enjoying Sund,ay dinner with the Gilmore Rietz la'mity were Mr. nd Mrs. Hank Krmuff and family f Spokane. Mrs. Ernest McKie and Sar- on were luncheon guests oi Mrs. Kent Sooy and Carol in: Spokane Saturday. Mrs. Don Lambert visited her mother, Mrs. Rose Halett, of Colfax Surday. Mrs. Richard Jordan and Jenn,ifer and Mrs. N. A. C)r- dill,, Kay and Ann were among those attnlding the Job's Congratulations Graduating Seniors! Al's Auto Parts 675 W. 1ST. CHENEY Friday, M, ay 28, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page $ Daughters instaation Sunday M:anzo and  Lynda Harton, at Medical Lake. On Saturday evening Mrs. Don Lambert .and Jill and Dick Jordan arid Jew nffer attezded an installation in Spokane. Surcay dirmer guests of MY. and Mrs. Glen Best arid thm- ily were Mr. ,arid Mrs. Dayne Scott and family rd Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea and f,aily. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. McKinley and Mr. and Mrs. Pon Mcgi_n- ley, Mike arid Brenda spent the weekend at eheir eab'n On, Priest Lake Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goo&0dn of Chelan were Saturday visit- ors .of Mr. arid Mrs. Jahn H. Harris and sons. Sunday dinner guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Melvm MaeSh and Nick were Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Marsh, John and Iaward Marsh, Jr., both of E:WSC, Miss Becky Conrath, Miss Sylvia all of Oheney. Mrs. Dennis Smith was a tonday evening dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Glean Best, Glenaa, Conie and Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Richard J, ordan and family were Sun(ay eve- niag din,nor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don M>nsan and family of Cheney. Used TV's FOR SALE OR RENT $25 AND UP SERVICE CALLS ........ 1.$0 SEE Jim's TV Service From 8 a. m.- 5 p. m. FIRST ST., CHENEY ACROSS FROM BROWN & HOLTER PHONE 235.413S THE BARGAIN SHOP New ' Used Furniture And Repairs of all kinds 504 1st Phone 235-4744 Cheney 3000 PANSI :S TO CHOOSE FROM (You Dig) 75c per dozen Bring Your Own Container We will be open Sunday, May 30, and Monday, May 31. We have combination pots and boxes for Memorial Day. Chet's Flowers First & Pine Phone 235-4916 I I I I Corvair Only one made in America with its eng'ine in the rear and iU trunkln ftt Only one made in America that doesn't need power steering to make it handle easily Only one made in America that offers a 6 with as mueh as 180 Gorsa models Only one made in America that feels as completely at home at a sports car rally as it does at a church picnic Only one made in America that's pro snow and anti antifreeze (it has no radiator) Only one way you can see the U.S.A. this summer in a buy like this-see your Chevrolet dealer now. SEE ThE U.S.A. THE NO. 1 WAY Red Hot and Rolling! See your Chevrolet dealer for a new CHEVROLET CHEYELLE CHEVY H, CORVAIR Brown and Holter 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY Motor Co. 235-6231 l ll J- 46-14S{I