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Springs Phyllis Schmidt :&apos;R FOR ER WM and Mrs were cv-hos- shower for wh) will be 7 in Verdun she is stationed tach gift party and box that to the bride lady ako e recipe aypied arid sent es enj,oyed the nd refreshments COMMUNITY Ed Dinwidde bruught the on Gar- Dinwiddie is Air Na- Geiger Field plant as at the home ,,iuhty on hk  a new and any is invited to is starting a compete Spokane loses tile the next six that wins will ealrorie }un- has in Taco- the past daughter, family. Duncan ave re- after a where they visited friends and ves. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eh'gott had a joint birthday party at their home Friday to help friends and neighbors cele- brate Geo,rge Tubbs' and moth- er-in-law, Mrs. Allen Ava, and i Jim Edinger and sister Aurora Saa.manca, Billy Khrgott and son Tim. East Cheney By Anna Phillips Last Saturday ove,rniglt guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup, who came to ,attend the Morris family reunion at the Fou, r Lakes grange hall Sunday, June 27, were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stanley and daugh- ter of WaHa Wall,a, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Welcome of San Di- ego, Ethel Zornes of Grant, s Pass, Ore., Mr. ,and Mrs. W. C. Harmon of Snake Pricer, Hetty L. Evanson of Psco, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McLean and fanily of Wapato, Mrs. Minnie Camp- bell of Yakima, and other reta- ives and grand and great grandchildren, making 87 to ),artake of the potluck dinner. The Norris family came to Washington from Kansa,s in October, 1902. There are four dau, ghters and one son still liv- ing. Mrs. Susie Piersol o,f Span- gle spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips and Jbnny. Mr. and Mrs. John Myriek and family of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish, Jim- me and Jennifer were ast Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vern t{arrington. Miss Judy Ellis f Oakesdale is a :h,ouse guest f Mr. and Mrs. ChTence Davis an8 Anna Phillips. Check the want advs. each week. PECIALS You need for picnicking, .utdoor cooking, u, or Sporting goods, you'll surely find it at Edgett You'll find the needed items at low cost, too. look at these real values . . . ue Brazier.. $5.66 other barbecue outfits and all outdoor cooking on Lightweight -est's 87c Seater g | ionic Table $7.88 2 x 3 ft. by 3 inches -- strap handle X 7 0 Zippered g Bags $8..95 rellant top, waterproof bottom. Other slee ;14.87 and up. Cummings opened the tourist attractio.n last Tuesday. Mr. :and Mrs. Jhn Maurer were baptismal :pnsors for I Patrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Talkington at St. Fran- cis church of Harrlngton. Mrs. Eileen Masterson of I Portland is visiting for several days at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arley Hey. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea were Rev. and Mrs. Nichols and family of Oheney, ais.o Mrs. Bert Ed- wards of Cheney. Mrs. M)roe A. Ableman at- tended a ba",hday party in ironer of Mrs. Carl Johnson of Espanola. Mr. and Mrs. R, on Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Will, Jam Thamm of Sprague celebrated their wedding anniversay t- gether at the Polynesian res- taurart in Spokane last week- end. Lt. Ran Robinson rettrned from the 161st irantry of the POSTURE QUEEN---Miss Mar- National Guard summer on-: ion Spooner, 21, Seattle, will campment for two weeks. He represent the Washington Chi- will attend summer classes at ropractors association in the WSU. Miss World Posture Queen con- Gary Retter is visiting at the test, which will be held next Lee Roy Jackson h,me this week in Hollywood, Fla. Con- week Mrs. Margie Retter and testants will be judged on I children visited at the he,me poise, beauty, posture and spi-I of Mrs. ttelen Jackson over hal x-rays. Miss Spooner will the weekend Vernon Jackson cc, mpete against posture [ returned with them to Spokane queens from states throughout [fr ,a,visit. Mrs. Polly Ableman the nation and from numerous[enjoyed the company of her foreign countries. She is a [grandchild, ren during'the visit. graduate of Seattle's Ingraham t Lee Able nau and family high school, were Sunday evening visitors at the Ll,oyd Ablemns. Mrs. Roy Lindsay and three $ Amber Hews boys of Troy, Mont., are visit- ing ,at the Clarence Kartchner Mrs. N. A. Cordill home. They will return wit,h Chris Maynard to Orient to- BETZES RETURN dy. FROM VACATION Mrs. S,haron Shea met he Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward brother at the new Spokane Betz, Peggy Sue, Jim and air terrain,a,1. Thomas Sparo Franklin returned h),me Thurs- flev here from Mi.nnesota. day from a vacation trip to lie has been residing in South California. Among the points America with his prent. He of in.terest they visited were is visiting this week vith his Disneyl, and and Marine Land. grn4mother, Mrs. M, axwel] of 2'hey returned by way of Lake Spokane and plans to come to Tahoe and Reno and were ac- Tyler to be a guest of the Ira companied on the trip by Mr. Sheas next week. and Mrs. Jack Weigand and Janet oi" Mercer island. Mr. acid Mrs. Walter Edmis- ton and family of Seattle are house guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Glerm Best, Glenna, Connie and Frank. Mrs. N. A. Cordill and Kay attended the wedding of Miss Sharon Jansen to Lem Hutch- ings in the Lutheran church in Spolane Saturday aftern'oon. Kay cut and served the wed- ding cake for her former EW- SC roommate. Mrs. Ronald McKinley, Mike and Brenda accompanied her parer%s to Kenaewick Surday to visit her .sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter O'Laugh- lin and Selly, Myrna Rietz of Spokane was a weekend of her family, Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Rietz, Gary and Denise. The coaking and sewing sec- tion of the Amber lamblevs 4-H club met at the hmne of JoElen Jordan Saturday and cmpleted their aprons. The 4-H picnic for members and their families will be July 24 at Rollies landing on Ba4ger lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bu,ob and family of Colfax were Sunday dinner guests )f Mr. and Mrs. Howard Buob. Ann Cordill returned home from the hospital Friday after- noon ,and is progressing nicely. She will be confined to a wheel chair for two weeks. Deniset Rietz is a hause guest of her cousirrs. Diane and Cheryl Knauft af Slokane, this week. Beth Smith of Cheney was a Su, n,day overnight guest of Car- ol Sooy. The Richard Jor<hn family enjoyed Sunday dinner with Mrs. Marion Bir in Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Del Stevens,on and three ckil,dren were Sun- day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buob and Dale. Pete and Kathy DeTrant were house guests l,ast week af :her aunt an,d uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Clarem:e Egbert f Slm- : kane. Tyler News By Wanda Stengle ,Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea enter- tained a sister and family one evenirg of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ixs lorda and Cheryl and Kenneth returned to the states for a mnth furlough af- ter being sationed in Borabay, India, with the aid to Indi BURNING BAN nforced In Cheney Beginning July 1 open fires are banned until further notice. App.00v=00d incinerators may be used mornings only, if extreme caution is used. Fires shall be out by12:00 noon each day. By , rd,00r of Fire Chief Cecil Charlton Highest rate of bank interest in the state on regular savings accounts...400% $1 50 programs. Cheryl will be en- , from .... m Central Washirgton College this fall and Kenneth] COOLERS, $2995 will return, with s parentsl from ,,d 'go to school at New Delhi, ] " " Irdia. Mrs. Monda is the for-I mer Minnie Betz. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peter- croquet sets, baseball and tennis equipment, bad- son on Friday evening, after board meeting in Spokane, at- tended Davigokl night at Spo- kane Indians game. The Ind- TT BROS Diego.iansvcnbthgameswithSan Tyler residents have enjoyed the ,opening of the Mystery Park and Snake Pit this week. Go ahead...grin! The combination of 4 % bank interest and Washington Mutual Savings Bank safety for savings is enough to'make any saver smfleI Especially when yot get it with a regular savings account you can add to (or use) anytime. And your savings have Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation insurance  available only to banks. You'll feel great--saving with Washington Mutual! Better do it now! SAVINGS DEPOSITED BY THE 'ITH'WILL EARN A WHOLe MONTH'S INTEREST 'ROM THE 1ST WASHINGTON MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK Northwest s Oldest and Largest Savings Institution Member F etl Deposit Insuran Corporatt'on sPOKANE OFFICEr W. 609 SPItAOUE AVENUE RIVEItBID 1 I.0?l cITIZENS BRANCH; NORTH 126 WALL STItEET PULLMAN BIL%NCH= 918 GRAND AVENUE