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June 5, 1964

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News I K*therine Hail'away GRADUATE grange ,has four gradauted from pas,t week, parents zrei Jeasen, whose just rec- a member. He dau,gh- Reitmeiers, son of the graduated from Medi- SChool. Rusty sn of Iatherine on Fi- High School. son of the ad Cay of t,he Bud Gas- from Medical gvadta- area, rftay at- i.n nearby Wms drove Monday t,o o,f Vicki Mr.. and The Pehr- the RenT- on Sn,day at the Coliseum Sumi, ay, where G zry Matheny va a member of the grad.atig tclRss. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Lawrence Loc'kwoed, Seatt`le, visited with 'her aunt, 1Hrs. Martha Nielsen, an Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Greg And,or- son, Tammie ,a.nd Steve spent the past week in Seattle, where they attended reunion o.f the Higbline High schoul, fr,o w,hich Anderson graduated. They atso visited wi,th Mrs Betty Anderson, d same sightseeirg .a,d spet a ay on the beach at Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster Kimmie and Robin, Mr. and Mrs. R,on Green, Bor,rue anti Dorme, and M. C. Stark, were M emoriN Day din,neT gests at the td Stock home. On Surch,y the Gree,s, Strocks and Stark were guests of he Fosters in Spokane. Ron Green left Spokane for Shelby, Mont., where .he ks to work driving a paver machine. Miss Kathvyn Rigby spent two days [ week at the borne of her grndp,a'ren,ts, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Hot, mar. Mss Bonnie Jv Green is vis- Lore,n Van iting with her, Robin tad the Oscar a,nd Ki'mmie Foster, in Spe- wed O b2arlene kan, e. :he dipa at l Mrs. Mary YuH1 ,had Mrs. h n Sloka,ne I Fife .as .house guest ,last week. evenin IShe formerly worked with her " I in Pullman. VISITORS Mr. and Ms. I-Iavod Severs and Mrs. with din- Day fr the Mrs. arid Mrs. arrd .Mrs. f Spokane; he Herb Oscar Mus- and Mrs. High- visitors a,t the in Spo- of Spangle at the arid Jllli leNir at after- Pehrsns Lorraine JuBa at- borne party at the Ken- in Spa- home Sunday Mr. a:rd o,f Fa- visited tmme on Fri(Iay we,re the The the the Mc- gtmsts of at Chancy. Were the Gary and Renzil dinner Charles Omd after- With Clayton spent axed fish- Gisselbeg a,t Deer the A1 Willms drove Mr. and Mrs. Nicol'aus Dreesen to Canada last week, where they will visit w2t'h friends an,d relatives. 5,000 ATTEND RODEO An estimated 5,000 pealle atterded the rodeo gdven at the Gimlen ranch on Saturchy and Sunday. Parking facilities were much improved o,ver hs't year, due to mueh work on Vhe site. A new quonse`t pavilion was recently constructed which povided the se,tting fox a dance held Saturday night. Stock was from the MeGo,w- an ranch and proved to be l q'tdte ,tough ti hardle. No ser- iios injuries were sltfffered, I although s,ome of the cowboTs will n'o doubt n!urse .sore spots ,for a few days. Wil.d cow milk- ing seemed 'o be Vhe miost df- fieu olore--tAd be because it is almost impssible to get miik fl, om a dry cow! A1- tlmuh visibiRty was at times hampered by dust from the ring, the oher arenas were kept watered down. Refres ,hnents wee aval- able, athoh many peo,ple brought their own l'unvhes. Weather cooperated to make it a p}easant }amily outing. DWAIN WEGNER GETS $300 ALUMNI AWARD DwNn Wegner received the alumm e,duca:tional op,por- .m, award du,rirg com- mencement exercises at Liber- ty High School Monday. Other avea.rd wimer,s were: Koran BJaue, state PTA scholarship of $175 yea'rly for lOUT years .and Ass'ociated Stu- dent Body award o $54; Neil Fel.'gena,uer, cl'lege roo,m rent waiver for a semester; Ralph Sunward and Christine spen@ing Willms. at the E,1- m Spokane Von Lehes, Oas family spet her with Min- din.nee with were the Reit- and here Chate, $I00 Libe'rty e'r awards; Sta Delzer, Marirer's scha1rship ,of $100, and Chris- tine Olmate, West Liberty P- TA $50 ward. Stan DeIzer .and Linda HOf- mann received the American Legion .cttizeaship avcards. Out- starding senior awardu wen,t to Dwain Wegner, Eng].ish; Joel Gauh, ahleties; Karen Biauert, :ac,tivities, and Barbara Sehmitz, music. Ionr stude.tsthose with grade paint ave:rages of 3.5 or over--were Neil Fe,lgenauer, Dwain We gre, Kare Blauet, Janet EnrAer, Carol McDowe,l, Jaar Mass and Barara Class members were Ron- al,d Re in*hardt, Ka'ren Blauevt, Jo,hn Ro,binson, Dain Weg- rmr, Eeen McC}e,}hn, Doug- las C:ummirs, Che.yl Fhig, Gerald Clifford, Maccin Gor'- ema, Mike Lo?d, Pa:ul Krause, Carol MeD,owel, Dennis Toepke, Jare,t E nzle, Rbert Felgerhauer, Iarve'H Flg, Barbara Sehmitz, Ahn Keevy, Ralph Sun,od, Gary loecks, Richard Wiley, Irene Gerling, Guy Wfl`liams III, $oel Go,ugh, Merle Kern% Witliam Holding Jr., ttiohard Baden, James Birehil`l, Palricia Ttmsto, Carl Toetly, Robert Crane, Stepharie DeTillian, Charles Ottasen, Denn,is Thieren, Chrs- ,tine Choate, Lirda Hofmarm, R,m Pottratz, Joan Mass, Cl, au- ,a]er, Neil Felgen- bauer, Starley Delzer, Rielard Martin, J'a:mes Stemmee, Kar- ren Suksdorf and Miclael Proff. NEWS IN BRIEF Mr. and Mrs. Don B'ggar and Dale returned hst week after speding two weeks vistimg with friends and re/latives in Seattle :and o,t'he,r coast points. Mr. and Mrs. Wilam Ras- mussen and family drove o Ba`ttl, eground last weekertd to get Wayne a:nd Connie, wo have been attendi,ng Co}umbia Academy. Mr. nd Mrs. Cal Rasmussen, George and Brad were also a`t Clum, bia Acad- emy to.r the grad, ucati, on of l'iss Donn, a Rasmussen. They also visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tc*m Gregg, Prtand. Mrs. Augusta Zehm, teacher in the West Liberty Elemen-C; tary school, tost her fatter, Mr. Wflti,am Khar, last week. Funera,1 services were attend- ed by se,veaal,, Spangle people. Mrs Beth Wetzer, tormer- ly Beth Carter, a Spangle I-g i graduate a few years ao, died l at her home t Almira. SLhei [had suffe'red many month with I l incurabl, e cancer. She is sur-I / rived by he" ,husband a,d t:luee Children. Among gea, duates of Upper Goiumbia Academy was Miss Ethel la,s,mussen, d,auhter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Itasmus- sen. She will attend W,a'la WI- la College net year rd will g,o there far summer employ- mont. About 65 Upper Columbia students will remain ,at the schoal this summer, most of them empl,oyed on canstruc- ,ion of the new IndustriM As Building. Life Saving Hand Resuscitato and Mrs. K. of D eSme,t, Mrs. Jim llr. and and eve,ni day on with o and Luh ake at the we.e he of eenag With the e News M. Strogk SIT alld Mrs. Ore.; Che- Herb exercises A NEW LIFE-SAVING AID, THE CLAR-AIRE RESUSCI- TATOR, medically developed by Maxwell Weingarten, M. D., of St. Francis Hospital in Milwaukee, is now available for pool owners and lake dwellers. Purchase Price $24.95 Send To EMCO, Box 222, San Marina, Calif. Marshall News By Carol Yates LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL PROGRESSING The Little League baseball team is becoming well organ- ized, as quite a ew haste joined. The Little League field is being readied. H,ome ames wilJ be phyed ff the field is redy in time. SPEAKER AT CHURCH Las,t Sunday a represemtative fom AlcoloU Armaymous was present and spoke on the problems of alco,ho4 at the MarShall Community Church. I PERSONAL MENTIONS I Caa Oheeev as an usher ot the ,1964 her.e High Sel,ool graduation. Danny Di- miago, a nephew of Mr.. and M. Clmever, has been visit- in.g them due}rig his leave from the Navy. He ks from San DiaNa, Calif. Sandi Rammage stayed over- night with Maon Cheever Sat- urday. Mary and James George and daughter Cindy were guess of Mr. and Mrs. Aibevt Peters Sun, day. They attended the rodeo at the Gamlhn Ranh. lr. and Mrs. Peters were guests of Mr. Bau'it May 27. Ruth Peters, Karen W, er- ,ham Jim Wen%an awd Ken Blocker we're guests of Mr. and M, rs. Atwood ,.a,d cltg, hte'r Narcy ,at the cabin (m Priest Lake Saturday. Pearl Petes stayed over- rdght with Cbarl)tte CaNin lan,day. Sthe was allso a guest of Linda Rosen,berry Suradr. Friday, June 5, 1964 /AcATION OH COAST" Mr. atd M. Dona,M Wade and ehildren will spend a two- week vacation with relatives a`t Everett. Mrs. Wade's mother, Mrs. H.anna,h Greenshield, ho has spent several months here, will return o ev home Cheney Free Press  $ at Everet with the Wades. Mm--- Stl-- Grin ell- Iter00ned the00 [the high school autiozl of [their son Gvy Friday evening, { Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Abourn hand Mrs. Bonnie Robeson. Widner's Beauty Shop Will be closed June 8 through June 16 Open Tuesday through Saturday starting June 17. Phone 235-4091 CHENEY MOTOR CO. Same Owner I I Same Location Ch[ysler- Plymouth Dealer Organized the firm with Lyle Graham June 1,1934 Lloyd Holladay, Owner Since 1935 To Celebrate Our 30th Anniversary, We Offer These Used Car Specials 1963 Ford V-8 Fairlane 500 4 dr. AT. PS. H. R. Top Quality, One Owner, 16,000 miles, Mad. Turquoise $2,195.00. 1960 Studebaker V-8 Regal DIx. Wago., Stick & OD. One Owner, Nice & Clean, Med. Green $895.00. 1958 Ford 6 Custom 300 4 dr. Stick & OD. H. Economical Transportation Two Tone Blue & White Special Price $495.00. 1964 Char. 6  Ton Pickup 4 sp. Trans. Fleetside long Box, Hunt Bumper, 2,000 Miles, License & Tonage $2,200.00. 1959 Ford 6, 1 Ton, 4 sp. Trans. Duals, Bed & Rack, 4 new Tires, New Battery, License -Tonnage $1495.00 1955 Int. 1V Ton Big 6, 4 sp. Trans. 2 sp. Axle, Hoist, 12' Bed -Stake Rack, 8,000 miles on New Factory SHORTBLOCK, Extra Good Rubber. This Truck is ready for Work. $1,295.00. We have several more good buys on this week's 30th Anniversary Sale. Extra allowa,u es on all ne w car sales this week. IVAN KERR COME IN AND TALK TO JACK LIDDELL LLOYD HOLLADAY