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News N. A. Cordill Ribert Hell and Ill., were until sister and ram- Mrs. N. A. Cordill, Nels. The Hefts Plane for Los they were go_ the Lions club McKinley enter- Gals bridge Wednesday Mrs. Dick Jot- Don Lambert as won by Mrs. Jor- Sony. The next with Mrs. 14. Jerry, Junior. Mr. and Mrs. oward Buob re the great- grandparents. Mrs. Marion Bledsoe of Spo- kane was a Monkday dinner guest .of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Sooy, Carol and Gary. Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Rietz and family were Mr. and Mrs. Mar- ion Evans of lichmon4, Va., Mrs. Bertha Quinn of New Al- bany, tntd., and Mrs. Mary Rietz of Cheney. Enjoying a picnic at Nata- torium park on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Herald Reed, Mrs. Peter DeTrant and family and Mrs. Ed Grimm, Cindy and Doug. Tuesday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Rietz and family were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Wiley of Seattle. A. Mi:l- Terry and Lori Buob were and Mr and lg uests ,of their grandparents, ler and&apos;fam-.IMr. ,and Mrs. Hocard Buob eiv cabin o I Mnday" They are the children e Furth ," I o'f Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Buob of 4ned :7- :---, lme--two,C:faXlan. _ R nl 1" McKin ling [ Mr.d_rs. o fl  - rmer mj ^o, [ley, Mike and Brend,a accom- Leslie Ml-n I paaied by her parents, Mr. and Martha M-'" | Mrs. Harry Pierce of St. John, EdwinOeL. lspent the 4th of July weekend and le ..... lot their cabin on Priest lake. "a,r,[ Paulette Jeske of Cheney dinner on. home of Mr. Calvert were Mr. and Mrs. Mike and Mrs. How- Mr. and John and Dmnmeier Caller. Jor- 3o Ellen and Mrs. and Beth or Twin Lakes Soy and mewlbers Adam- E. MJ1- funeral of e t and Mrs. W. was a Saturday ,overnight guest of the Harold Hartley fa, mily. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Naack of Entiat were weekend house uests of her sister and ,hus- band, Mr. and Mrs. 5ohn M. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Toledo and Ricky of 81okane were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hartl,ey and family. Ricky was .an overnight guest of his cousins. Gathering for a family n host picnic an the 4th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Har- ris and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goadwin ad sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goodwn, Dave and Anni'e, Mr. and Mrs. J, ahn M. Hrris and Mr. arid Mrs. Pcalph Noack. Several Accidents Noted Paul Harris had the misfor- tune to pull ,a hay bale toader d,awn on himself and suffexed a painful armpit puncture anl a wound on the head, requdring stitches. Chuck Lambert was ue..I a struck on the lip by ,a thrvn n w, e baseball and suffered a very Mr. and t).aul wound requirirg stitch- 'and Mrs. es and Karen Godwin fell off Mrs. Eldo,n her bicycle ,and gashed her and Ricky, chin open which required quite Bryceso, a few stitches. Mr. aml Ricky, md Mr. and Judy and ejoyed the even!ing. Car- of July Mr. and of Spokane. Sy family Flow- Paven of an born June 29. med Thomas Watch for date of Auction in Cheney --Furniture --Miscellaneous --Lawn Mowers Yard tractors -- Tools Joe Flatt, Auctioneer ]y9p HARD?... PLAY HARD? .  J :10  2". t ;.8 LESLIE---Ladles waterproof* SKIFF- Distinctive styllni| Ar _ w!th sweep second hand, lu- plus rugged ahoc_k-res.lsnt lr A ruinous dial and Precision construction. Precision- jeweled movement.- $15.95 Jeweled movement. $10.9S ARAVELLE" IflON OF BU LOV ,,210" Smith J,.'welers 408 FIRST STREET, CHENEY, WASH. are Inlac! FrTce p|u/ 'rry Our Quick Service In our expanded shop. Spangle News By Jeanne Green BIG REUNION HELD AT OTTO BLIESNERS ! A family reunion was held at th= Otto Bliesner's farm at Spangle, July 4. Those present were Lt. and Mrs. John Kon- charuk from Alameda, Calif.. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Drendorf from Missouta, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Craig and amily and Mrs. Anna Baker from Southwick, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dorendorf and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rgberts and Sally and Ger- trude Dorendorf from Kellogg, Ida:ho, Mr. and Mrs. William Mortensen :and Susan from Mosoow, Mx. and Mrs. Melvin Marshal and family and George Dorendovf frean Or(fino, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Swanson nd f,am- ily and Mrs. Adaline Swanson and Dixie from Juletta, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Fuzzell and family .and Mr. and Mrs B,b McKnight and family from Seattle. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dorendorf and Glen, Floyd and Fred Me-Hol- ly from Pasc0, Mr. and Mrs. Do O'Brien and family and Mrs. Mary Collins from Col- ville, Mr. attd Mrs. Robert Dor- endorf and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hall from Spo- kane, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pier- sol and family and Mrs. Irma Hansen, Spangle. The highlights of the day were a big dinner and a base- ball game and horseshoe tour- nament. The horseshoe ch,am- pions are Everett Hall and Alva C,ag. KNUTHS RETURN FROM LONG TRIP Mr. and Mrs. John Knuth have returned from a trip. They traveled as far east as Belvidere, Ill., where they vis- ited 90 year old Miss Molly Brezer who was Nora's second grade teacher. Nora helped her sort through keepsakes which Miss Brezer wanted Nora to have. While in Chicago they visit- ed many places and were very impressed with the subways and the ,rmmber of very. friend- ly people in Chicago. They also visRed one of John's cousins there. On their return trip they made a stop in Helena, Mont., where they visited the Joe Zan- g ar family. While Joe and Jhn fished the women enjoy, ed a sight,seeing trp. They visited the museum, capitol and some ef the frontier sights. John and Nora made their trip by train and d they had a very enjoyable time, but were very glad to be home. STORK ARRIVES AT YOUNG HOME Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Young are the parents of 6 lb., 9 oz. boy. Bradley Guy joins a broth- er, Flint. Proud grancparents are Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brash of Spangle and Mr. azd Mrs. Roy Young of Nebraska. Great grandparen are Mr. and Mrs. George Dan,forth and Mrs. Sa- die Bardwell, all of Spangle. FAMILY REUNION HELD MONDAY Mr. and Mrs. Clem Bratt held a family reunion at their home Mmday. Some o'f tlmse attend- ing were Mr. an.,d Mrs. Larry Zehm o,n,d daughter of Osseo, M., Mr. and Mrs. Monty Zebra and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Stalnaker of Oormefl and Mrs. Irene Sires of Spokane. The group had a dinner at the ,home of Mr. Ervin Zehm Sat- urda,y evening. SERVICE DUTY ENDS FOR D. MATHIESON Don Mathieson, a graduate of I.hberty high, has completed his tom- of duty in the Marines. He spent much of his time in Viet N, am. He is now visiting at the Earl Rohwer home. RECEIVES PROMOTION .Ken Diefe, a graduate of Liberty high, as received a promotion in he United States navy. He is mow eqetronics 3rd chass. He is the son of Mr. and Ms. Emil Diefe of Spangle. JULY 4TH VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Green visited with Mr. Roy Mill and Mr. and Mrs:. Verl Hehner. Mr. arid Mrs. Roy Smith were dinner guests at the Bud Siev- ers .home. The family enjoyed the Spokane In dims 'ball game and the fireworks in the eve- ning. Mr. and Ms. Ronie Green, Bonnie, Dnnie, and Lonnie were dirmer guests at the Jim Foster home. They all enjoyed SP ='- ial Attention park.anMr.afternnand BertNatatriUmsmith spen the day with Mr. and ve to Farm Vehicles being Mrs. VernSmith. .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mabbot made and daughter of Connell were f for _.harvest. weekend guests at the Gordon Crabtree 'home. They arrived Saturday and returned Mon- a tc day. The group spent the 4th R liffe Ford at alocallake. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ostheller Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. Don Bider- ma of Seattle arrived at the Del Hoffman h(me Saturday mornin, g. On Sunday the group all enjoyed a picnic at the Os- theUer *h, ome in Fairiekl. Mon- day afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Lee Komeda and amily and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Stalnaker were guests at the Dei Hoff- man home. The Osthellevs and Bidermans returned to Seattle Monday. Mrs. Renate Small and her three children have moved into the Decker borne. Mr. Small is in 'a VA hospital in the east and hopes to jon the family' in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Money Zehm visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gor- lemon Crabtree and foznily on ! Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Grog Anderson Tammy ,and Steve and Mrs. Betty Anderson and Donnie returned home hst Friday. They had spent a week's vaea- tn at Glacier park. Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry Rielly Beverly and Allan spent their vacation traveh'ng fltrough Can- ada. They spent time in Ban,if, Radium Hot Springs, Jasper, Lake Louise and the Columbia Ice Fields. On their return trip they came through Calgary and Glacier park. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strock re- turned Menday rom a week's on ttood Canal. They vis- ited friends and relatives. Mrs. Strock's father, Mr. Stark, re- turned with them for .a visit at Spangle. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner Pomona grange will meet July 17 at 1 p. m. in the Spring- hill grange hall. The Fifth de- gree will be exempRfied at 7:3'0 p. m. A dinner will be served t 5:30. The Pomona picnic will be held in Comstock prk July 18 A potluck lunch -,.rwill be en- joyed at 12 noon. Spokane County grange lad- ies will hold their .home em omics meeting Tuesday start- in,g at 10 a. m. in the East Spo- kane grange hall. Potluck lun- cheon at noon. ,Mrs. John Mustard and four i children are visiting Mr. Mus- tard's parents, Mr. aad Mrs. Orville Barmhart far 10 days. Mrs. Barn.hart drove to Taoo- ma tst week and brought the children and Mrs. Mustard home with her. Mr. Mustard is speding this weekend here and will take his family home with 'him Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wibm'n Phil- lips had a potluck picai in their yard tbe 4th. Cleo Phil- lips was among those attend- in. Orville Barnlart nd mother Mrs. L0riene Bamhart spent the 4th holiday at Copalis Beach near Hoquiam visiting a son and brother. The men worked on their hke lmme. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Williams and all the Wilfiams' relatives spent the 4th at Mountain lake fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Bmmett Kampa and sons Jerry and Jackie were visitors at Priest lake over the 4th with Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Litehner. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson of Sprague visited in C*heamy Tuesday. Mrs. Maxine 0{son and chil- dren ,and Leona Widner spent the 4th at Natatorium laark. Gerald Tobler, Wlm was killed Saturday vchile working on the roller coaster at Nata- torium park, ws well km>wn in ttayford. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tobler, and sis- ter Darlene live in the former B. O. Killin home. He is sur- vived by his wife, Yvonne, six sisters, four brothers and his larets. The funeral was Wed- nesday and burial was in the Pines cemetery at Opportunity. Tyler News By Wanda Stengle Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea and Mr. ,and ls. Bob Shea 'and amy spent Sunday at Deer lake attending a Nazarene family camp. Mr. and Mrs. Arley Heyer .and daughters and Mr. end Mrs. Elmer Harris and Donna picnicked together at the Hey- er .home on the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. William Ros- enau and son's entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller o Medical Lake with a cook-out Sunday. Mr: and Mrs. Ron Robinson and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peterson enjoyed a patio dinner at the Robinsons on the 4tb. 1Wonday evening guests of the Petersons were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Paul of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Arhe Ablem,an, Mrs. Myrtle A. Ablemm, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Ableman, Mr. and Mrs. John Ham, Sue and Za  L RUSS Honowa_z jme_dd The four-leaf clover emblem of 4-H Clubs was developed in Iow by O. H. Benson in 1911. Using Head, Heart, Hands and Health to the :best of ones abty is the foundation of 4-H. "Learning by doing" is the 4-H way. zlativs ai fiends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Able- man and sons in Cle.ey fr a picnic on the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Jack- son and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murphy and sons of Che-] ney spent Sunday at Porcu- pine bay. Mrs. Velrma Davis and son Charles. Ralph Konhuk and Mrs. Davis' niece d nephew, Dawn and Ricky C@mpton of Pasco, spent the 4th at Fish- t.p lake, swimming and fish- in,g. Morday callers at the, Jo Ham home were Gladys Rober- !tus and Pete Peterson of Port- land, Art Lmmert of Hood Itiver and Wfl,na Plotts of Ohe- ney. .Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Otto and family of Post Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Miller of Okla- 'homa were Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stengle ,and sons left Saturday f'or Ok- lahoma for a visit with Mrs. [ Stengle's mother and other rel- atives. East fheney e By Anna Phillips A get4ogether Fourth of July guests at the home o Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips and Friday. July 9, 1965 Chemy Free Press Page S 3o]mny were Mr. and Mrs. Doug Kile and family of Thorn- ton, Mr..and Mrs. M,aurice Pierval of Spangle, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Thulon and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grimmitt and ihmily of Spokane, Mr. a,d Mrs. Fred Baird and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Piersol of Spokane. Joining them in the ,aternoon were Mr and Mrs. Aruhie Baird of Span- gle, Mr. and Mrs. Don Johns(m and family of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Kenney Baird and fmily and Andy and Mr. and Mrs. Emer Conley. Mrs. Clia Kelly returned home la,st week after vistirg a few days with Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Shaw and sons at IAttle Pails. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown accom,panled their agher, Mrs. L. Hosack and two sons of Tacoma and grandson Ch, arle ay of Moffett Field, Calif. to Bo'se last week where the were hou,se ,guests of nother 6auglRer, Mrs. Betty May. A 54th wedding anniversary was held for Mr. ad Mrs. Brown. :Mr. and Mrs. R. N. W eknnne of San Diego, Oalf., and Ethel armes of Grants Pass Ore., are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Sroup. The ladies ,are sisters of Mrs. Stroup. Mrs. Vern Iarrington and granddaughters Ruth and Kel- ly Harrington of Mose 'Lake AAr l%rce Be and Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup were vis- itors ,of Mrs. An Phillips last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ed- dington arid family of Green- acres were picnic dinner guests wth Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lalish, Jimmie nd Jennifer on the fourth. Mrs. June Labis,h eRed on Mrs. Louie Franz ast Mon- day. Mr..and Mrs. Larry Oliver of Kennewick and Mrs. Lucy Ganette of Tacoma wexe week- end louse guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hary Hampton and all enjoyed the 4th at Bacger lake. The orme 'Of ritr. and Mrs. John Babb was the sceae of a 4th of July family picre. Pre ent fr the armual event were F. E. Babb of R<dia, .Mrs. Mary Babb, Roy Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Iots and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Brue an'd Shannon of 8po- lane, Mr. md Mrs. Jack Cur- tis and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Babb and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Ciyton Howell and Blaine, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ba, bb and family, Reed and Jan Saario, Mr. rd Mrs. Oven Lambert of Spokane, Mrs. Isa- bel Ruf and Arlen of Ch4ppe- wa Fzl,s, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. John Babb and David. Less Than A Penny--- On an average, householders, businessmen and ind- ustries in Cheney are paying less than a penny for each kilowatt hour of electric energy. One of the lowest rates in the nation! Your Biggest $Yalue EI,I!t00TIIIIJITI' As other things go up and up in price, your cost of electricity stays the LOWEST in history. Today, electric energy is your BIGGEST dollar value -your BIGGEST BARGAIN. Consistently through the years, electricity has cost you less and less until now-power, light, heat and energy are furnished the electrified home and business at less cost than ever before. Your household dollars - and your business dollars- go farther if you use low-cost electric energy for every purpose. You save labor, avoid interruptions to service, and save dollars. Electricity is your solution to economy, safety and convenience. And electric service is automatic. cleanliness, All you have to do is make sure your home and busi- ness are properly wired for the jobs you expect electricity to do. Then flick the switch. Electricity is Cheap in Cheney. The More You Use the Less it Costs. Cheney City Light Dept. LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY.