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Lakes Mace--RI 7-7606 WANTED the last column by will appear in the Anyone wishing to money and take Four Lakes reporting to call or come into Press). NEWS at 8 p. m. the church meet. 'at the church, there speci, al meeting at mad Mrs. Glenn ad family wiU be guests. They are Viet Nam as mis- NEWS last Friday night Carl Rudolf gave on their trip to state r. and Mrs. Herman Mr. and Mrs. Earl were on the supper There wiI1 be no until the fourth September because Will be no auxiliary because the ached- will be out of Picrhc wi,ll be sched- a hter d`ate. MEETS was held Thursday with Mrs. Edna as h'ostess. Present V. J. KRrm, Mrs. Mrs. Edrm Lov- Standerfer, Erfurth, Mrs. Cavo- Jean Barrick, Schmtt, arid Mrs. V. J. Kline Presadent s chair. made for a booth Lakes community Lovell is booth month a picnic at the Mavi,e Stan- ,at Deer Lake. wio plan to go at the Staaderfer July 23. TO MEET Xt fair board meet- at 8 p. m at the July 8. WON the 4-H judging are: blue rib- oods, N oa Lou Barrick; red clothing, Sandy ribbon, senior Parody Botm; red elotlin(g, La- Connie Earls- Miler. Linda `a red ribbon in el)thing and w.on a white server clbkhing. MENTIONS Mrs. lobevt Ray arrived at Vhe au,ghn ,llome Stur- farm liverside, will he for two Ray is the former Mrs. Lee Wilcox dinner guests Be Spear of were celebrat- birC'hday. Lee Wilcox Mr. arid Mrs. the rock aud learned how Lee Wilcox 12th wedding at Shadle Mrs. Jack Hrtfod SPent Saturday McLeins at show. JacMe McLain chil- week at the were Mrs. Moses Lake, and ehil- o Ger- Flore.rme and Mrs. Roy Marilyn O. H. Jones her yomgest of Los - Hazel ) of Spo- tti,d Knud- of Moses of thee Herb Oter 'hat week and Firm arm moved from Pour Lakes. in the Lake. Larson had at the Ger- Sund,ay, eele- atd Gerald's weave Mr. and Sial Lumen early Frichy illness of a,n Sunday. AIn Shafer, of Grand spent hat Phiilip- 'ad Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Story went to Portland for the week- end. Their children stayed with relatives in Spokane. Ruth Story went to Coulee Dam on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Porter e[ Deer Park were Saturd`ay ,afternoon vis,Pors of the Sam Van Camps. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace and family and Danny Vaughn attended the De,moc'atic pic- nic at Fish Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Barrick, Iiathy and Doug had a picnic at Fish Lake Sunday afternoon. ,andy Barrick spent tiffs week at Walla Walga wit*h her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Fl, oyd Kooren- ny and family of Califgrnia are guests of the Eldon Jenickes. Bill Fitzner ef Punmer, Idaho, has spent three weeks and will ,spend three more weeks with his sister, Mrs. Del Standerfer. B,onita Standerfer retu,rned I Saturday after spe,nding a ]week with .her gvandparerts, t Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grff- ! fin Pummer. Rita and Verg Staderfer [spent this past,, week with Mr. [and Mrs. Lawrence Griffin of [Piummer. ] Mr. and Mrs. Richard Main [and family were Sunday after- [nJoon guests at the De1 Stan- [ defter home. Spangle News By Virginia M. Strock NEIGHBORS VISITED Mrs. Hazel Sehiech.e and Ray Hubbard visited wh the Aus- tin Brewer, Vevn Smith and Cl`aude Schieche famil4es on Saturd`ay. BRASHES AT RODEO Mr. ,and Mrs. Guy Brash, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Braslh and Mr. and ,Mrs. Grog Arderson atterded the rodeo i'n Smelter- ville, Idaho, on Friday evening. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. a,nd Mrs. Herb Malthel of Spokane, Mrs. Wil,ma Knuth and Shirley of Ritzvitte, Mrs. lartha Nielsen, Mr. d Ms. Eb Baird, Judy and Jay, Mr. and Mrs. Claaa:de Schieehe and Mr. aad Mrs. Harry Reily and Allen helped Beverly Reily celebrate ler birth@ay last Su'rM, ay wih cake arid ice Clm. Mrs. Virginia Strock return- ed Sund`ay Mter spending sev- e rM days wilt her father, M. C. Stark, in Uni, on, Wash. She spent one everdng width Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson and family in Seattle `and one eve- ning at the home f Mr. mad Mrs. Gene Strk in Renton. Mr. arid Mrs. Hugh H, azt re- turned SurM'ay ro,m Seattle, where :they atterMed the grand session ,of Eastern S:ar. Mr. mrd Mrs. Pete Scott aaso at- terded the session as Spangle delegates. Mrs. Louise Pittman was a Sunday dirmer guest at the ack Pittman home in Colfax Mr. and Mrs. ordon! Crab- tree arid family left Saturday morning for a two week va- cation n Yunna, Az. The Don Jacobsen family is Directory City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 CUSTOM BUILDING FHA, VA or Conventional Financing Free Estimates ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE 424 First Phone 235-4050 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 t ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. WHEAT GROWERS! Let Sprague Grange Supply help grow your crop with Shell NH3 Aqua.Sulphur Phosphates Call 3611, Sprague, Collect. a24tf Amber News By Jennifer Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Noack ,a.rrived from Entiat and spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris. John tIarris was a Su,:day guest of Gene Haskin:s. John and Clark Jordan spent Frid,ay with Bob and Leslie Harris. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harris and fam- ily we,re Mr. ad Mrs. A1 Has- kins, Gene and Claudia, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goodwin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Good- win, Dave ,and Anne and Mr. and Mrs. Maurive G,edwin and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. Edw,ard Betz and family atended a pie- nic celebrating the euna,on of the class of 1937 at the Che- ney City Bark last Saturday. Later that day Mr. arid Mrs. Betz attended a dinner at the Coeur d'Alene Hotel. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Pithan of Seattle were hmcheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert. The Pioneer Bridge Cu,b met Thursffay at Mrs. Iwaaa OM- vert's lome. Prizes were won hy Mrs. Ha,rye Jordan and Mrs. Joe Spuler. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Dab2 and fnmily attended the Wilbur Jubilee last Saturday. Mrs. Bin,ha Dummeier was a Monday dinner guest (f Mrs. Irene Moss. Captain, Stan Swn,son and his son Stanley and Mrs. Fred The:ps were Saturday guests of Mrs. Binrm Dum,meer. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hallett and family of Sacramento, Mike Johnson of Santa, Calif. and Mrs. Rose Hallett of C:o.l,ax were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert and family. Mrs. Binna Dummeier was a Tuesday morning caller on her niece, Mrs. Jean Knudtson. Mr..and Mrs. Thomas Ivins of Tacoma, Anon, and MJ'chil were visiting friends arid rel- atives in this area hat week. Among those visited were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harder, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sr., Mr. and moving to Spoe. Connie Hoffman is orking ,as a kitchen hetper at Luther- haven on Coeur d'Alene lake for the summer. Mrs. Louise Pittman wa rep- reserative from Span,gle lodge at he Rebekah ,assembly in Spokane this week. Others t- tending were Mrs. Celi, a Burros, Mrs. Bertha G.runewaM, Mrs. Elva Jones and Mr. arm Mrs. E. J. Knuth. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Givs- berger and KeJth returned Sat- u,r6ay from `a 10-day-trip. They toured Yeltowstone Park, en- joyed the hot springs in Ther- n;opolis, Wyo.; visited reh- tires ir Colorado Spin,gs, went south to Salt bake City, re*urn- ing by way of Bokse, Idaho, to visit with Mr. arid Mrs. Arn- old Bippes. Dr. Witliam Knuth and Dick visited at the Henry Hengens. Knuth will be te`achJ'ng in Ore- gon for the summer, while Dick will .attend summer muc camp at Irterloc,hen, Mch. Guests at he Del Hoffman borne over the weekend to at- tend the weddin,g f their daughter were Mr. arid Mrs. Ed Wegner nd family of Lake Oswego, Ore., Mr. a,nd Mrs. Lenard Harsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weber of Pullman, Mr. arid Mrs. E. E. McCamant, Mr. aaad Mrs. Darl Hoffman ad Mrs. Gone Gold- man of Spokane, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffm`an of Ken- driek, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Huseby and Jim bare returned from their vacation in C'alifarnia. Mr. and Mrs. C'larles Meh- rer of Grandview visited at ,the Au,sti:n Brewer arm Claude Schieche komes on Monday. SAFETY IS THE RULE Parming ks one o the few idustries where acideas to nomworkers, such as small ehiMreaa, must be included in work statistics. On the farm, safety is truly ,a family f,air. Wlmn swimming for tle first time this summer in a chilly hke, stay out of deep water u,rl you've judged te Sflen, gth of muscles idle all winter. Hamblen. Gilbert & Broeke 912 Paulmm Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 7429 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the county of Spokane. lAIt the Matter of the Estate of MIE MARGUERITE STREICHER, de- ceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- simd has been appointed Executor ! of the above estate in this Court and i has quallfied accordingly, and that all persons having laims against said deceased are required to serve claims, duly verified with necessary vouchers, uvon the undersigned at East 3107-11th Ave.. Spokane, Washington or upon Hamblem. Gilbert & Brooke the atteys of record at their office at 912 Paulser Bldg.. Spo- kane. Wn. and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at the city of Spokane. Washingtor*. within six months after the first publication of this notice, o they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 3rd day of July. 1964. Leo Earl Stretcher Executor of the above estate. Harold D. Clarke Attorney 912 Paulsen' Building Spokane, Washir,ton 99201 Mrs. Rimmer of Espa.nola and his. Florence Router of Che- hey. The Ivirs are in their way to Yellowstone and Salt Lake. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Sooy and ;ami]y were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stolp, Mrs. Marion Bledsoe, Sherry and Karen, Miss Dorthy Stolp of Ashland v.d Laren Stolp of Wilier Grove, Pa. Mr. ,rtd Mrs. Mike Marsh attended Mrs. Marsh's chss re- un4on at the Cbeney City Park o, Saturd, ay. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill and non were called on by Mrs. @race McDonald on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Rieh`ard Jordan `arid family were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evan- cfff at their cabin, on Bead Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Reese at their cabin on Prie, Lake. DOGS USED AS BURGLAR ALARMS Burglaries have to be com- mitted before they're reported and recorded. There's n!o way of knowing, therefore, hvw many burglaries are prevented because ,of the wng bark of a dog. Only a survey among burglars themselves could es- tabh any vit,a statistics. But an ,article written by a con- victed burglar waieh appeared recently in a nation, a1 magazine did list dog own erhrp as one way to help buvgle-,proof your home. The size ,of the dog doesn't matter. It's fear of the bark rather thaaa the fear of a bite that discourages b u r g 1 a r s. Even if there's n,o ne at home to be roused, there's always the Fossibi,lity that a neighbor peerin'g .out a window or door to determine the cau'se of the People, CHENEY PAIR ACTIVE--Lynn Hossum and Linda Simpson inspect radio equipment as part of their studies during Eastern Wash- racket may turn in, an alarrn, or be ,able to identify the 'thief at `a later date. Just how h,ghy dgs are regarded as gardi,aaas of the home has been dramatically demortstrated in Boston. Ever ,since the Strangler first struck, Boston pounds have been emp- ty. Every stray, regardless of size and heritage, has quicMy found a home. Spots In The News ! a iiiii!iiiiii,:,:: ........................ jWdly stalks among her "i!: !Ziii: " :i:i:::i::" with helium from National Helium Corp. and others to pressurize fuel tanks of Sat- urn V boosters:" HELP WANTED Frid`ay, July 3, 1964 Chen ey Free Press Page 3 The City of Cheney is accepting applications for a phone and radio answer- ins service for Police and Fire Calls ington State College high school creative trts summer series being held on the campus. oth are seniors at Cheney High School. Hours, after 5 p. m. to 8 a. m. and Holidays Beginning Sept.. 1 Contact City Clerk, Roy Foss, Norm Hove or Elmer Luiten City of Cheney We NEED the many things You no longer NEED For those who are in NEED Our trucks will be in your vicinity 2nd Friday of each month Call Mrs. Maddux, BE 5-6814 for collection St. Vincent de Paul Society and Salvage Bureau 2901 E. Trent Ave. Phone KE 5-2491 Announcing Mr. Lloyd Holladay, your Chrysler Ply- mouth Dealer in Cheney for the past 30 years, has sold his business to Millard Hale and Ivan Kerr. The new owners are long time Cheney residents. The Staff will be as follows: Office: Betty ,Hale Sales: Jack Liddell nd Ivan Kerr Parts `arid Service Manager: Miflard Hale Mechanics: Dayne Paul, Ronld Hess, Bert Oonmth All personnel are fully qualified to serve your Automotive needs. John Davis announces the sale of his Chevron Service Station business to the above partners and will remain as Man- ager of the Station. Mr. Holladay wishes to thank his many customers and friends for the past busi- ness and will be around to sell to his cus- tomers. The business will continue under the old firm name, Cheney Motor Company COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED FIRST AND G STS. CHENEY 235-4409 I How many ways does exercise help your child? We're all aware of the more obvious benefits of exercise--to develop strength, skill, agility. But exercise has other impor- tant benefits. For instance, it is good for the heart and blood vessels. Indeed, daily, vigorous activity may be the most im- portant factor in preventing or delaying heart disease. More- over, the better a youngster's physical condition, the more likely he is to do well in his studies. And the physically fit boy or girl certainly measures up to challenging or competitive situations with a sureness that the under-developed child often lacks. Don't you agree that your child should have both the immediate and the long-range benefits of exercise1 Won't you see to it that his school has a daily program that can im- prove every child's fitness For more information, send for the free leaflet offered by the President's Council on Physical Fitness, Washington 25, D. C. Published as a public service in cooperation with The Advertising Council. %