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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, June 4, 1965 Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill 4-H GIRLS MEET The cooking and sewing s.- tion of Amber tbambler 4-H Olub met :at tile home of Glen- rm and Connie Best May 22. The sewing gh% stare, ed mak- irg head .scarves vhRe the cooking girls fixed a luxaheon of Spanish rice, cake and jello, wch thcsr served to their l mothers. The girls are aH Ira&gt; greasing nicely. Next m will be at the home of Shirley Hartlcy June 12. GRANGE MEETS TONIGHT Amber Grange wil meet this evening (Friday) at 8:30 p. m. The gmrtge reports that $113.50 as collected ior the ca,cer drive. Doing the solicit- Do You Remember when? - FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 RATION PANEL CHANGES F. N. Daniels, Mrs. Elva Ed- wards and Mrs. Frances Hughes are new members of the food panel for the local rationing board. Harry Bryce- son is chairman of the group. ARTC Richard Hays (ff Tilt- amook, Ore. spent Mmday night with his parents, Mr. and Ms. Carl Hays, on a hort leave. Captain F. H. Morgan of the State Patrol returned Monday frcm the East, where he spent a week on business. M. ,nd Mrs. Mark RatClfffe were hosts on Memorial Day for Mrs. Lynn latcliffe Jr., .and daughter Lynette ,of Seattle. Mr. and Ms. Don Jordan, Spo- kane, ,nd Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Ratc]ffe arid Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wodwavd. PRICES AT GIBSON'S IN '45 Wheaties, 11c; Cake Flour, 26; R & W Brooms, 1.15; Brimfull White Corn (20 points) No. 2 can 14c. GROUND BEEF ing were Miss Fane Mason, M.vs. Ran McKinley, Mrs. How- ard Marsh, Mrs. Howard Buob and' Mrs. N. A. CordH1. SACK LUNCH REMINDER Students of Amber School are rearmed to brirg sack lrches starting on, day, June 7h. PERSONAL MENTIONS Miss Myrna gietz of Spo- kane was a weeke ue,t (ff her parents, Mr. and Mrs. il- mre Rietz. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sooy and family ej,oyed Sun,day dinner with her laarents, Mr. a,nd Mrs. E. A. Melville of Cheney. Students of Kilo's Sc'hool of Da,zlee fromthi,s aa'ea dareillg in the recital Saturday evenin(q at the Windsor sch,o,o,1 were tathy Deant, Ta,mi McCuh' ley, Jennife,r and Jo Ellen Jor- dan. Mr. and Mrs. MHo Balll, Who are celebrating their 50th wed- ding anriversa.ry Sunday, Jmm 6, in the Cheney City Hall, wo4uM like to issue an invita- tio to aH their former students in this community to attend. Mrs. Ba,ll tught at the Amber slo,o or several years while Mr. Ball ,did stbstitute teach- ing there many times. Both are well krawn ,and highly re- spected in ou community. Mx. ,and Mrs. ord,on McC'led o4 ,Seattle were Sunchy guests o4 Mr. arm Mrs. Larry Oeser and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ban Merrill, Kearny, Keith nd Karrie of La- nmnt were atturday eveing ea,evs of Mr. rd Mrs. Rakl: leKiley, Mike and Bxenda. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. a.rry Pierce ald Jan of St. John and Mr. and ,Mrs. Jim Goodwin nd sons. Mrs. Gim,ore Rietz and Myr- n,a were Saturday ateroon of Mrs. Kent Soo. and Cal. Mr. a:d Mrs. Bud Harris and s'ans were Sun@ay dinner gu,ests of Mr: and Mrs. $oh,n ttarris. Mrs. L. C. Cardill was a Sun- day overnight guest of ,her son d family, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. C, o rdiil. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marsh attended the graduation exer- ci,ses at WSU Sun dy where their dauffhter, Carl, received a degree in psychology. Tursday evendng callers of Mr. ,and Mrs. F. N. McKinley were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer WH- kersan of Spokane. Ib 391 Among those atterdiug the -- ...... dames ,reetal at Windsor school Saturday evea_iag were Mrs, TRIPLET BEEF - IlerId Reed, Mr. ad Mrs. Rilmvd Jordan and Mr. and Rtfli=.' Mrs. Dale McCulley. ,Sunday dinner gests at the Kea Soy home wexe Mrs. Ib 43 Charles Stotp rex1 Mrs, Marian - - Bldsoe ,'aim Sherry, a of Spo- kant. Snowdrift Mr. and rs. Gitraore ,Rietz ad family were Sun,day eve- S ho rte n, n g o, Mary Rietz. lorday lachen u,es of 3 lb. can 59 lVlr. ard,Mrs. N.A. Cordillwere Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan of Lare AA cny. Mr. ,and Mrs. F. N. McKirdey MSlms eljoyed he Memovi Day weekend a tleir cbin on 2 doz 85 Sunday visitors f the Harry " ..... Oesev a,nd Larry Oeser famines were Mr. and Mrs. Frank: Energy R,och, Barry ,ad Randy of: BI h Spaka,ne .and Mrs. gussU eac Hgopgarner. Mrs. Kent  yeas lstess V I|s , . , lie e Young GaIs brictge chtb . r " .. t [ Wed,rues-day afternoon. Prizes New 'I ,,, - REDI00IiTOE$ ti WHAT '01h' . .600cll CAN Live Mustang or $100 a-,- Cash For 7 Weeks or j| 1965 Ford Mustang D"//III the eighth week given mVLLi ; away FREE by Thrift 00ESnRT00 Stores,n the area. .,, v WELL, YOU CAN GO, BOATING, SWIMMING, FISHING, PLENTY OF PARKING OPEN 9 TO 9 AND HAVE WEEKEND PARTIES... IS THAT ENOUGH? BADGER LAKE World's Longest Bridge Is Opened NEW YORKThe majestic Verrazano.Narrows Bridge, longest" single-span Suspension bridge in ithe world, .will'be opened to traffic after an of- :fiolal dedica'tloln ceremony on November 21; 1964. ,Built andfinanced by the Tribor0ugh Bridge and *runnel Authority under the chairmanship of obe*t'Moses, the $325,000,000 bridge links Brook- n and Staten Island across the famed Narrows, ntnce to" New York harbor. Shown in photo is he famed New York skyline (top /eft), Brooklyn *,(right) and Staten Island (lower left), The bridge ,ith I Immediate =p'proache) Is nearly three vceve won by M's. Ran McKin- ley, Mrs. Howard Marh and Mrs. Bud Hrris. The club w i meet next with Mrs. Fred Sooy on June 16. Spangle News By Joanne Green TEAM TO STATE The Liberty Track team pl,aced second ,in st week's district meet. Qualifying fay the state meet were: 100 yard dash, R. Hardety, 2rid; 220 yard dash, R. Hardesty, 2nd; ,high ,hu'rdtes, Stuart, 2nd; 440 yard dash, Zehm, 2rid; 880 yard run, Groth lst; mile ru, n, Jeske ]st; and 880 yard rel, ay, W. and R. H,ardesty, GretA and Zeh.m, 1st. These boys and Bruce M,o.r- ffr, alternate, Coach Denton, and managers Kirk Kelley and Jim Braman traveled to Eltens- burg for the state track meet last weekend. The tea, m took third place in the state meet. Pl'acing were: 100 yard dash, R. Hardesty, 3rd; 220 yard dsh, R. /Sadesty, 2nd; 880 yard run,',,i SteVe, CoVh, lst; mile run, Jerry Jeske, 2rid; and ,80 yard relay, Liberty tear 5th. " ' Bob Stuart, who "had qual- ified  tae m,et, was: ramble to Sake '. a"h  Was advnit- ted to Deacbnss HospttaI, --,-,Mn- day evenirtg for tretmen of a chest condition vrhieh first bcthered ,him last week. Fur- ther e:amination revealed a paxtial eollpse, of the let /urtg nd ts separation fr(nn tim plerual wal. The lln,g is kept artificiay inflmed and m reported to be staying in place. The probability is tha it  ,hheal stcessfuy. Ae- eordirtg to reports, ts is not a,n tmusual comiition, espec- ily in young people who are growittg rapidlbr. DELZER GRADUATES Dermis Delzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Delzer of Para- dise Prai'ie, d a 1962 grad- uate ,of Liberty High Sclmol, graduated with distinction from WSU on May 30. He is miles long. Its center span of 4,260 feet Is 60 feet longer titan the'former world's record..hqlder, the Golden Gate Bridge. The new bridge is a twelve lane, double-decked artery wffh a capacity of 48 million vehicles annually. The upper level be opened initially; the lower will be opened when traffic vblume requires the additional .apa ity. Connecting with new expressways, the brldgs is a major link in.t.he Interstate Highway System of the Eastern seaboard, and will carry, million| of visitors to the New York World'= Fair In "1965. engineering and has been an hangar roll student. His sop,h- onmre and junior yeurs brought added .honors and members,hip in two national hon:r societies (f engineering, being Sigma Tabu ,and Tau Beta Pi. He was tapped for IEEE, a professional electrical engin- eering club. The General Electric Com- paty of Syracuse, New Yk, a.ceepted De,pmis as an elec- tropic engineer at the mana- faturing phnt Mter graduat- ir,*g, but he refused the offer  te,r receiving a post gradu-, i ate awa,rd from NASA. This Mx. Ohill, president; Mrs. Al- bert Babb, vice president; Mrs. Joe Kelly, secreVary, and Mrs. Virgil Piersol, treasurer. A .special program was pre- sented. It included a skit by ,the fifth grade class; pi,ano s,olo by Mrs. Paul Sievers; vo- ca sale by Leon,oral Zeln; an accordian solo by Mrs. Lyle Ka,pla,n, and a skit by the West Liberty teacheas. To con,elude the program, Mr. R.ys led the au,dience in communfity singing. hey were aeconanied by Mrs. Rys. Refres!hments were served by the teachers. scholurstp amounts to $9,000 GRADUATION SET if or three yeaJ's towards pre- doctoral work at Oregon State ',University startin,g this fa. i He pia,n,s to work for the la- I cific Power and Light Ca. in Portland this summer. IOHWER IN IISTITUTE Randy Ithwer has been se- lected as one of a limited Liberty High School gradu- ation will be heki June 8 at 8 p. m. at the school gym. B'ac- calaurea,te services will be .June 6 at 8 p. m., aa in the gym. West and 19a, st Liberty eihth grade graduation will be held June 10 at 10:30 a. m. in the high shool gym. number of high sch,o,ol students, Jgw ,m nt,-,- to take r part in a speech htsti-I";'" -5 "L?'"', _ , . . . urs. o LFOCK ravele,a to tute at the Dmve,rs,tv (ff Wsh- . ....... ......  ..... t nen, mn wnere sne was to mee lngton VtS summer tie W'lll " - b-" " - " s -]her husbarM Ed was released ttoy ce ae tecnmque ann Cwrm rh: i,r-hfl 1,. mlr do eorcentated work on the I,<: "', ....  ,,-v=-: ,.,,-,- h) ;'r7 ' ' f ano n oeen staym wn m.r. 1 debate tapm for td d M21 GreeeS?:k] TbleivVs [,cc aeu u^, ]and retued h, ome Monday ...... -, ............. e- ...... ievening. Mr. and Irs. Abert RaSmus, [  :awd Mrs Gordon Green [sen of le an,nounee the I,a Mr and M'rs Jack Risbv marrige  of their d,at#tter, J and= Kathryn of Spokane an  1 Lau EletL to Mr Clyde J )-, " - .... Mr. - alxt tvlrs, lormle tree), Smple, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rannp TO .zmie and l,n,n cde . Sale, Sodom, Ore., 're -ay - :4 on Friday May 21. Lou 19lien guests at the Verl Hel,mr is a graduate of Upper Cum- bia and Walla Wa.lla Oa'ege Sehol of Nurng. Mr. Sample graxtuted from Wla VCalla College and Loma Lui- da University Shgol of Die- reties. Mr. and Mrs. Sample are employed at Kettering Hos- pt i Kettering, Ohio, and will make their hrne in Day- ton. RECITAL PLANNED Studevits of Everett Story xdlfl ,present a recital June 14 at 8 p. m. at the Spang Odd Fell, os Hall. frame. Miss Rene Crbtvee was a di.rmer guest t the George Dedsor home hst week. The dirmer was in celebraon of Miss Shelly Dodson's birthday. Earlier ,in the aftarrman the Dods family appeaved on the "Captain Cy" ffow. She'Ny had won a :record player the week before and it was we- sented to her on the show. Mr. and Mrs, Dave Tucker are moving to Spokane for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kon- shuk lave moved ino heir NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Ken. Can,ley entertained as guests ]ast week Mr. and Mrs. loyd:al Conley and Mrs. Beth Smith. A Tues- !day guest was Mrs. WiLma,' !Knuth, of Ritzville. On Friday Mrs. Con]ey took Mrs. Roydal Conley ar, d Mrs. E. R. Keliy to the Riverside Park cemetery in Spokane. Mrs. A. B. Cutting spent the weekend in Spokane Valley as a guest o,l' her @aughter, Mrs. WiIam Sexton. On Sunday they spent the Say at Newman Lake, where they were joined by Mr. ,and Mrs. Ron, ald Sex- ton, Victor Mul, et and san,, Mrs. Lynn Hoffer and Jody of Spokane 0,r a dinner party. Mr. and Mrs. Milo BaH Jr. and three sons o,f Spoka'ne spent Saturday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball Sr. Mrs. Ball, recently re- turned to her h>me from Dea- coness hospital after s ustai'ning a broken knee in a fal. Dick Rvos is confined in the St. Lukes h,ospital in S/okane 'or heart treatments. He ex- )e.cs to be there this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alexan- dcr entertained over the week end his two sons and families Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Alexander of Richl.and and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh .Mexander and family .o'f S,andpoinL On Saturday they .h, afl a family dnaer at the hams of his daughter, Mrs. Glen Johnson, Sp, okane. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Ohris Betz en- tertained as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Mel Saons of Col- viHe, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beau- re.ant of Tacoma arm Mr. ad Mrs. Alva Shriner (Emma Betz) ,of Yakima. They went t'o Spokane or suppe at the R. O. EHis home and to t, he new Spokane air te'rnirml to see the James Rogers off to An- chorage, Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Cha'is Betz en- tertained with  no h,ast din- ner party Thursday eevnirg, .%ay 27, at their home here for Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ellis, Spo- kane, and their two daughters Grange and ta all who worked so h,ard on the cemetery last week. Each year the little cemetery looks a little better and this year it truly looked beautiful. and families, Mr. liam Burton and o SImlane, and Jmnes Rogers of Anch,orage, George Ellis. CARD OF We wish to precation and many friends rehtives who kind during eavement. Mrs. James Mrs. Jmes Mrs. Lo.yd ily Mrs. Annabel famy James Morman Ora Cha What do mind's eye about your store? Do you rows of and perfumes? part of the reflecting the which has years to keep merchandising However, changed--the partment. The pharmacist is your He may now entity in the --his de of the many. edge and better than the pharmacist: stere. 1 We NEED the many t You no longer N For those who are in Our trucks will be'In your 2nd Friday of each Call Mrs. Maddux, 235-6814 for St. Vincent de Paul Salvage Bureau 2901 E. 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