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News • Joanne Green GRADUATE HIGH happy students Liberty high Commencement The was aso played by was giv- E. Sims. class spe,ak- for To- followed by choir singing and "The V, alerie Wolf, a talk on o the Sur- Speech was foow- speaker Dr. chair- dept. at )m was "The Riehardson&apos;s made of honors. with 3.5 grade or better school were Connie ttoff- Alan r, and Va- outstand- and mu- and Ed Young ,arid A1. ,aan Roecks received a room • WSU for Grain Spo- kers went were the 00, West club The Esth- award Citi- ad Law- received board ; nd Jay benedic- by the re- were Steve Ush- Were Ron Dick Gary Deanna Darlene Holling. East Liberty exercis- began student 1965-66, class then "Is This the End? Y West Lib- Don Hodg- Step at a Forward. slaoke on Future." Presented by and Dreh in- BOw- Jack Me- n, Stev( Zeh. ILL will at arid They newest IAbe,rty is a de- Leader- 11-14. i on th:( jour. the and Mrs. their l- The Mr. of Mrs. Dean Mr. AMBASSADORS QUARTET of Ft. Wayne Bible College, Indi- ana, will present a public program starting at 7 p. m. Sunday, June 2, at the Airway Heights Evangelical Free Church at 12th and King streets. and Mrs. Herb Manthey, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Osheim of Spo- t, one, Mrs. Wiling Knuth, Shir- ley and Yvonne of Ritzville, Marsha ttein of Fairfield. Mrs. Martha Nielsen, Beverly Reilly, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Baird, Judy and Jay ,and the honor- ed guests. BOYS PLACE IN JUNIOR OLYMPICS Both Ron Hardesty and Brad Morgan, the oily LHS track men who entered this year's AAU Junior Olympics, placed in their events. Ron, entered the 100 and 220 yd. sprints: in the senior division and placed fourth in each. Brad entered the 440 yd. run in the inter- mediate division and tied ,or third. FFA CHAPTER ELECTS OFFICERS Lea, diq,g the FFA as next year's president will be Steve Filton. He will be assisted by vice president Steve Groth, secretary Ron Hardesty, treas- urer Larry Thormahlen, report- er Dick Piersol, sentinel Jim Braman and representaedve Steve Powell. I i SERVICES HELD I FOR AL HACKBARTH Funeral services were held for &l Hackbarth June 10 from the Riplinger Funeral Home in Spokane• A member of the Lu- theran Church, he lived in: Spangle 'most of ,his life. Ed: Brewer, Norton Jennings, John Campbell, Buck Mangis, Gene Grunewald and Hugh Hart I served,as paul bearers and Aus- i tin Brewer as an honorary I pal,1 *bearer. Mrs. George Dod- son was soloist and Rev. Ben Gerking officiated. A1 was bur- ied ,at Memorial Gardens. FRANK BAIRD PASSES AWAY Frank Baird passed away at a Spokane hospi, tal last week. Frank was a lifetime resident f the Spangle-Spokane area. He is survived by his wife ary, a daughter Mrs. Paul Rasmussen of Spangle, a son Joe Baird of Cheney and one vrandson Jerry lasmussen of Cheney. Services were held .at Lhe Hazen and Jaeger funeral h, ome June 14, with Rev. Nyer W. Urness officiating. BuriM was in the Memorial Gardens. NEWS IN BRIEF 'Mr. ,and Mrs. Greg Ander- son, Tammy ..and Steve traveled to Seattle to attend the high school graduation of Ronie Anderson. They aLo visited other friends and enjoyed out- ings on the beach. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crab- tree, Robin, Rene, and D(mrm enjoyed a weekend of camping at Lake Black. Mrs. Ed Hengen arid chil- dren were hon.ored guests ,at a luncheon at the Don Johnson home last Thursday. Other guests were Mrs. C)leen Crab- tree and childrem Mr. and Mrs. Bud Reyn<)Ids of Roseburg, Ore., vited at the Rielly, Hetmer, Ptfilleo, Wright, Camps and Jeske homes and the Fred Shoaf home in Ohe- ney (luring last week. They also traveled to Colville to visit Mrs. Reynold's sister. They at- terded Liberty Ihigh gradua- tion Tuesday evenirg. Mrs. Diane Osthellr was in Spokane attending the Metho- dist confereace last week. She is a secretary for the Methodist group 'in Seattle ,and was sent to Spokane to do wock at the conerence. The trip made it possible for ,her to attend her sister Conme's gra4tmtion from Liberty. Recent gue,% at he Mary Hein home in, Spokane were Erma Hanson, Pauline Rohwer, Cecelia Burns, Bertha Grune. wa}d, Tiily Clausen and M. and Mrs. Helmuth Suksdorf. The grotp enjoyed playing cards and visiting• Vi,sitors at the Hugh Hart home during the past week were Miss Dora Lynn Green and Miss Connie Lyn Hart, both of Spokane. Miss Yvonne Knuth has been nominated fr the Person to Person Tottr which is spon- sored by the Grange Travel • Amber f00cm e Mrs. N. A. Cordill GRADUATION HELD JUNE 8 Alnber school's eighth grade graduation was held Tuesday evening, June 8, with a Large crowd in attendance. The class lnotto was "Building a Faun- dation for Education" and the class colors were green and white. The invocation was giv- en hy Rev. G. W. Nie.h:ls, pas- tor of the Cheney Nazarene church, and the welcome by Jim Betz. Da!e MeCulley, teacher, made the presentation of the aards to lenna Best, John Jordan, Paul and Sally Lucas, Chuck Lambert and Joh, nny Harris. Salesmans,hip awards went to Jill Dahl ,as the top salesman and to Jim Betz and John Jordan. Carl Morrison of the EWSC art depsrtment gave a delightful commencement address. Entertainment i n c 1 u d e d poems, songs `and rhythm hand by the lower room pupils ald piarm solos .arid a song duet by girls of the uppe room. N. A. Cordl, chairman of the school board, presented di-I • Four Lakes • By Mrs. Sidney Larson HUB CLUB TO MEET Ihlb Club will meet at the Township lIall June 24. Mrs. Lean Barrick and Mrs. Glen C:alyso.n wiil be the hstesses. Guests will he the members of the RNC chlb from Amber and Cheney. The tIub Club members hav- ing gifts in the birthday box will have a party. Members having gifts in the box be sre to be there. The tmstees will serve the lunch. SCHOOL PARTY HELD A party was held last Wed- nesday night for the eighth grade graduates from the Fore • Lakes, Sunset School. The mothers helpin.g from Four L'akes were Mrs. Barrick and Mark Layton. The graduates from Four Lakes were SonOra Barrick, Chris eck, Duane Drapper, aim Earlseourt, Pat Gassert, Den- nis Jones, Mark Layton Jr., Hal ?,{aore and Steve Spear. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Leon Barrick went to Walla Walla last week to visit mother, Mrs. H. L. Davies. Mr. and Mrs }Iomer Boschker fram Pollock South Dakota vis- ited the Sidney Larsons Sun- day and Mond,ay. Mrs. Bosch- ker and Mrs. Larson are CO US- IllS. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Larson and Mike returned to Medford, Ore, Tuesday Leigh Ann stayed to spend the summer with her grandparents. Last Wednesday evening Dr. and Mrs• Michael Miller and Mr..and Mrs. Orville Pttillip- sn atten!ded the Lions Club dinner in Cheney Callers last week on Mrs. Sara Kirkpatrick were Mrs. Lowell Murback and Ms. Ha- zel Powell. Saturday Mrs. Kirk- patrick and her brother were dirmer guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Germ Hebert in Spokane. Sam Van Camp is home r(m the hospital and eeHn much improved. Mrs. Hattie Van Camp is recuperating at the ,hrome of her (laughter, Mrs. Jim Owens. plomas to Glena Kay Best, James Edward Betz and Sally[ Lou Lucas. Following the re-] cession,al, punch,, *and cookies[ were served by the ,,mothers of[ the graduates. [ DAUGHTER BORN TO DANIELSONS Mr. and Mrs. Larry Daniel- son are the proud parents of a baby girl born June 12th. She weighed 6 pounds: and has been named Cindy Lou. Grand-: parents are Mr. and Mrs. Helge Danielson and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Musser of Es,!anola. SHE'S FOUR NOW Terri Lynn Mie.r celebrated her fourth birthday June 9 with a family gathering. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan en- tertained with a birthday din- ner Thursday evening for Mrs. Harve Jordan. Other guests in- eluded Mr. ordan and Jenni- fer, Clark, John and Jo Ellen Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Har- ris were eve,ning callers ,and enjoyed birthday cake with the group. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordill and Nels, accomp,anied by Mrs. L. C. Cordill, attended the ninth grade promotional exer- cises ,at Mead junior high school Thursday evening. Their nephew and grands@n, Leon- ard Cordfll, was .a member of the class• Carol Sooy left Monday for a weeks stay at State 4-H Cmp at Pullman• Jo Ellen Jordan (lanced at the Eastgate asnic Temple Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grimm of Chewelah attended the EW- SC graduation Friday evenin where their son Ed received his degree and were weekend guests of their son and {amily. Cindy Grimm returned home Service. She will leave June 21 for a three week tour, flying to six diffeernt countries. Mrs. Louise Pittman and Mrs. Nettle MAll attended the Gange convention ,at Paseo high school last week. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Scott and Mrs. Louise Pittraan attended the Malden capter Saturday eveng. The chapter was cele- brating its 50th anniversary. The summer union services of the Disciples of Christ church will start Sunday, June 20, at 7:45 p. m. The first meet- ing will ,be held :at Nortlhll Christian church• On June 27 the group will meet at the Spangle Christi,an church. The music students of Mr. Story gave their recital Mon- day evening at the Spartgle Odd Fellows hall. Taking part in the recital were Gayle and Janet Schieche, Diane and Car- el Splichal, Dick Kauel, Glo- ria Kelley, Wayne Hoffman, Bill Mangis, Dabble Byers, Ed- die Kevn,kamp, Brenda Ken- nedy, Mike Sha.nn,o,n and Shel- ley Dodson ,and Bill, Marllyn, Joe and Carolyn Sievers. • Easf Cheney • By Anna Phillips Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup were last Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McLean and family• They all attended the Shetland pony sale near Deep Creek. Mrs. Hattie L, Evason, a sLster of Mrs. Strup, of Dasco accompanied E• H. McLean of with her grandpaxents for a short visit. Mrs. Peter DeTrant and chil- dren were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. `and Mrs. Clarence Egbert of Spokane• Sharon McKie of C, heney was a Wednesday overnight guest of Carol Sooy. Jennifer Jordan left Monday mornLng for a weeks stay at Girls State at El, lemsburg. Paulette Jeske was a week- end guest of the Havokt Hart- ley amily. Among those attending the Job's Daughters installation at the Masonic temple in Cheney Sattwday evening were Mrs. Don Lambert, Jacki ,and Jill, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan, Jennifer and Jo, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Weisman and Nancy, Mrs. Fred Sooy and Lin(la and Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordill, Kay and Ann. The sewing girls of the Am- ber Rambler 4-H elu.b met Sat- urday at the home of Shirley Hartley. The girs sewed on their cobbler ,aprons and then worked on their denonstra- lions which they will give for the RNC club this month. Next meeting is at Jo Ellen Jordan's on June 26. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kee and family left Friday for their home in Santa Susann, Clif., after visiting the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill and Ron. Cavilers at the Mill home during the pest week in- clu,ded Mrs. Leslie Mac, Mrs. F. N. McKley, Mrs. Ran Mc- Kinley, Mike and Irenda and Mr. ,and Mrs. Ivan Calvert. Mr. ,and Mrs. lobert Hallett and family og Long Beach, Calif., were house guests of his sister nd fandly, Mr. ad,,- Mrs. Don Lmbert for several days last week. Thursday eve.nmg di,rmer guests of Mr. gad Ma s. Leslie Mill and Ron were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kee and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin OkersCrom and Mrs. Martha Mill. On Wed- nesday Mrs. lsIie Mill and Mrs. Leren Kee visited with Mrs. Grace McD'oad of Spo- kane and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Calvert of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill were weekend guests of Mr• and Mrs• Francis Kuehl at their cabin on priest lake. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. McKin- ley, Mr• and Mrs. Ron McKin- ley. Mike and Breda and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Merrill and chil- dren spent the weekend at their cabin on Priest lake. Wapato and was a ,house[ Friday, June 18, 1965 guest .of the Stroups the fore[ part of ,e week. , t received two *china dishes bear- tas wneney t/range home l tn, the Jobie emblem ec,nlam}cs chairman Betty [ "" Babb requests all members to try to be present at tiffs last meeting, June 18. There will be a potluck supper at 7 p. m. preceding the meeting• The grange will recess until Sept. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamp- ton attended the Methodist church conference at the Col- iseum last Sunday. Mrs. C. W. Brown and Miss ay Pmvll accompanied them. Mrs. June Labish, Jimmie and Jennifer and Nick Kauf- man were last Sunday visitors of Frank Ludwig and sis;let, Mrs. Celia Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. I)oug Kile and family of Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips and Jhn- ny :and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Har- riagton had picnic dinmer last Sunday at Williams lake and the young folks enjoyed swi'm- ruing. Mrs. Joe Labish called on Mrs. Louie Franz one day last week. Mrs. Esther Stelzer visited Mr• and Mrs. Clarence Davis and Mrs. Anna PhitHps last Monday evening. Jack and Connie Kile of Thornton were last Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Philips and John- • Tyler News • By Wanda Stengle Mr. ,and Mrs. John Ham, Sue and Kay attended Job's Daugh- ters Instaation of officers ,at Chen.ey Masonic hail Saturday evening. Sue was installing I marshM for the ceremony. Kay 'was insta21ed for her first of- i flee as outer guard. Sue was chosen Jobie of the Year and Cheney Free Press Page $ ATTENDS INSTALLATION Mr. John Ham and Mr. Ted Ireemran of Cheney left for Belingham to attend the Ma-, sonic grand lodge of Washing- ton which is being held Tues- day, Wednesday and Thursday o tkis week. Sunday callers `at the John flares' were Mrs. Ida lam of Cheney and son Lloyd of Sprague, Bob Plotts, Chrence Scott, John Schell of Spokane. Mrs. Wes Ableman s visit- home of her brother-in-hw, Lewis Ablem`an. She plans to return next weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Ableman called on Mrs. Emily Cobte f Cheney on Monday. Visitors at the LeRoy Jack- son home over the week end were Art Jackson and ,his san fram Tacoma. Eaertang al- so Mr. and Mrs. Jerry. Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Abbott. Mr. :,rid Mrs. Gene Jackson of Spokane with an outdoor on Sunday. Mrs. Ira Jacks,on will visit on the cost for the two montbs at the home of her son and daughters. Mrs. Gladys Harris was avis, tor of Mrs. M;ae Rose'rmu on Tuesday. Bill Rosen,au has been r cutting lay on the Dow Harris place during the week. Mrs. Sharon Shea is teach- ing junior high class. Mrs. Eve- l'yn Shea is teaching Mn,demgar- ter class and vacation Bible school at the Nazarene church of Cheney ts week. Randy and Jack,] Stengle, Susan, Billy ad Patrick She, Dawn and Ricky Compton are attesding chsses. To teach a Child to keep a campsite clean is to teach cortsideation for others and safety .for himseff `and family. Teach yottr child wat to do in case he ge }ost in the woods . . . if he s mall to sit down arid wait to be found. Classified advertisixg does a great job at a small cost. i i iii iii Baler Twine And Wire Lawn And Garden Supplies I Cheney Grange Supply 118 UNION STREET, CHENEY, WASH. YOU BET! FORD SALES ARE BULLETIN: NO ruso to hold off buytn E a new FORD car! Exdse tax cut, fl passed as proposed, will be retroactive to May 15, 1965. 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