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News Katherine Hol|oway MEETING SET Grange will meet evening for the last 'aatil fall The grange pic- been set or July 26 at m. at Comstock Park in HAVE REUNION children of Mrs. Hanson were pres- at Espanola grange a family reunion. were present. present were Mrs. and Mrs. Irene of this area; Mrs. Deer Park; Mrs. Wilbur, and sons, Reed Hanson of Te- Seattle, and Nor- d. In addition to the LaVern aud Garfield and Roths of Cotfax also TRIP TAKEN Elsie Cogswell spent three weeks on .a trip sisterin-law, Mrs. to Waco, Texas, relatives. They drove Montana, Colorado, and Oklahoma. On trip they visited at Park. 1"MEIER TRANSFERRED Reitmeier left this Ogden, Utah, where transferred to the Mills office, as a re- closure of the Spo- ffice. He was a visitor Oscar Reitmeiers on Mr. and Mrs. CMrence and family of Bellevue errtight guests on Sun- itors on the Fourth of Were the R. E. Henrys of PARTY HELD Cogswell celebzated birtlday Wednesday grand,paents, the A1- and the Jack Cogs- Picnicking with Cogswells on the were the Bob Cramers the Warren Cogs- the Jim Co,swells Afternoon visitors Dick WiUms of Deer and the Jerry Cramers of On Sunday the ttended .he wed- Caroline Rasmussen in In the evening they With the A1 Willms and the JOhn Willms, visiting here from M-M-EIONS July visitors at the were Mr. and Mrs. Weyen of Spokane, WiUms, the Bob Dave Hangings of the Ceci.1 Johrsons Charlie and Annie of Spokane, Mrs. Har- also of Spokane, ,of ,Billings, overnight guests and Mrs. John Wfllms of Nice, Calif. at the Gus PeArson the Fourth were Mr. Jerry BrarAly and Pullman and lr. and Boucher .of Spo- Saturday evening the were dinner guests Battlers. Evalyn spent the Fourth guests were Mr..and Mrs. Mar- vin Witlms and girls. On Friday Amanda Alberts arid Renzil McLain visited with Clayton Lau:sch in Mead. On Wednesday Ambanda ttended a U. D. C. picnic at the home of Mrs. Josephine Eagan in Spokane. The Oscar Mussers, the Earl Von Lehes, Mabel Shoaf and Mrs. Higlzfill picnicked with the John Higgins family at Clear Lake. Sandra Muser at- ten, deal a baby shower in ,honor f Sharon Arnold at the home iof Sharon Coswell in Spo- kane. The Mel Arno,ds were 'b:osts to a picnic in the Fourth for 24 of their relatives, ncluding Mr. and Mrs. Harry MacAvoy and Mr. ad Mrs. George De- Largo of Spokane. Fourth of July visitors at the Fred JohRsons were Bob Lam- bright ad Ross and Art Stude- man of Amber. Connie Hutch- croft of Moses Lake is so,end- mg some time wih Candy Jo,hnson. Mrs. Kenn:eth Peter- sn and Darlene o Slokane also visited. Mr. and Mrs. M,arice Nei- son and boys o.f Addy Surday dinner guests. rs. Nelson ,of Cheney and grand- daughters visited on Saturday. Iatheine H,ooway and family picnicked at Natator- Park on, fthe Fourth with the Elmer Harris family of Tyler. The Bill Mcourins we,re dinner guests on Tuesday with the Don Lambevts at Cheney in honor of Bill's birthday. A Wednesday caller was Ed Reuse of Spokane. Thursday visitors were the D Lam- berts and the StanJey Swan- sons of Waukon. The Fed ,Iohnsors celebrat- ed their 30th anniversary last week with dinner in Spokane with Mrs. Helen Hutchcoft. Mr. ,and Mrs. John Syprejda have just returned rom a two week trip to Pulaski, Wis., where they visited with Mrs. Helen Syprejda. Mrs. atti.e Dodd of Spo- kane spent the Fourth wth the Alvin Plains. Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts HEYERS AT TUMWATER TO VISIT DAUGHTER The ArtM lteyers are spend- ing part of their wation with their daugh, ter, Mrs. Jack Iark- ness, at Tumwater this week. MOTHER VISITED Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peter- son md the Rn Rbinsons celbrutod the -kmrth vAh her mother, Mrs. Fed .McI)ove,ll, in Spokane. Others present were her brother, Robot Mc- Dowel'l, Deep Creek, nd his dau,ghter Janet from Btackoot, Idho. LES BROWN HOME Les Brow returned hme Sunday after being in the Ritz- ville hospital a few days fo:ow- mg some teeth extractions. Grace Mickels,on picnicked tile Fourth with friends in the Cheney Park. Claude Brown was a brak- fast guest with his grandfath- er, Les Brown, Saturday morn- ing. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Everett Retters called on a picnic at the on Arlie Ableman Sunday after turn.  s;pend, .the weekend at Priest Von Lehes spent ]Lake. .at Loon Lake with[ Mr. anld Mrs. Guy Jones of Steiting family., On ]Troy, Idaho, were re cert visit- attended .he Ras. ,ors at the Ableman home. wedding in Labish spent last Lake with the the Ted Hams Schmidts of Che- Labish was home for the holiday j.oined the Mankes spent with the C. M. Mul- On Sum at dinner Howards of Dav- Dick M, ankes of the Robert McGees Lake with the Ihoyd their the _ yard on Minnie arid Dave Grover Crmons ,arm the Bob An- af left Wednes- Tenn., ,here six months at a Fottrth of July Meserves were Webb Meserve of arid M. nd Wits. and .girls of On Stmday the sight seeing arid Waace. Rinhard Thie- to Coeur d'Alene have dinner. supper and over- were Mr. and Mrs. of Wilbur. They Ihe Abert Ros- evening. Wil- . arm Toby May- also FrMay guests t the Chude were the Herb of Spokane and and children, here from dinner] The two Hansel famAlies of Cheney were Sunday visitors also. Word has been received thai Marion Hansel is very ill in a Seattle 'hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Brown had a picnic dinner with friends at Coeur d'Alene hke tile Fourth. Bill Eklund is in the C:heney nursing home for a few days vlth the flu. The Lee Ablemans of Che- ney were dinner guests of the Jack Browns Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis are caring for her nephew Dick Compton's .two children for the summer mths. The LeRoy Jacksons spent the Fourth at Priest Lake. Mrs. Ruth Silver of MeScal Lake was a Fourth guest at the Bill Rosenau home. The Rosenaus and the Charlds MAlles of Medical Lake did some shopping in Spokane du, ring ,the week. They celebrated Eddie Rose- nau's birthday with a cookout Thursd,ay. Mr. and Mrs. Rezeau Plotts and Bob entertained 26 guests the Fourth with a picnic off their lawn. Guests were Mrs. G,adys Roberts and Pete Per- son of Portland, the Royal Hol- mas ,and Mrs. Nora Hohnan, the Jack Allhaughs, his moth- er, Mrs. Abbie Allbaugh, and Mrs. Elizabeth Daffy, al o.f Spokane; Mrs. Louise Lemin- aire of Sprague, Jack Gileai and Betsy ,and Mr. and Mrs. I Ken Co,riley ,of Cheney and Rus-: Don t oyez,estimate y o u r i swimming ability, warns the Washington State Safety Coun- ci/. Over-confidence leads to Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner GRANGE PICNIC SET Spokane County Pomona grange will have its annual pic- nic at Comstock Park Sunday. The potluck picnic lunch will be ,at 1 p. m. with a program to fotlow under the direction .of Pomona Lecturer ]abel Johnston. Tle:re will be a ball game at 3 p. m. Pomona grange will meet at 1 p. m. July 18 in .he Trent- wood grange hall. Mabel JOhn- ston will present Moran nd iWin'dsor grange masters tro- phies for winning the 1964 fellowship tours. Rittmtistic work will be ex- emplified in the evening 30 AT WINDSOR Windsor grangers had 30 at the potluck dinner last Wed- nesday evening. Karen Werhan was elected to represent Windsor grange in the "Fairest of the Pair" contest at the Spokane county fair. Melody AdMr reigned as representative, due to her wed- cling in July. !MEETING CALLED Roy Droz, chairman of the fair booth committee, has I caled a meeting for Monday at 8:30 p. m. at the Drz home. MEETING, LUNCH SET Spolane C,onty pmona grange home economics chair- man, Flora Mattasch, has an- nounced that a meeting will be held Tuesday at 10 a. m. with potluck lunch at noon in the REA building in Spokane. Mrs. M, attausch will give ottt prizes to grangers who won ribbons on their entries at the State grange session in Jtme. Wind- sor grange has several ladies who won blue ribbons at the State grartge. Among those winning :are Irma Stragier, Lorie Hewson, Nellie Hagel, Ctara Vanderwahl ,and Shirley Patterson. OPEN MEETING SET There will be a open meet- ing Wednesday of the Windsor grange. Melody Adair, Wind- sor grange 1963 youth chair- man, will be ,honored with a bridal shower by relatives, friends arid grangem. Miss Aiair will be ma,rvied July 27 o James Sweet, vcho is in the Air Force at Fairchild. Miss Adair is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Deltie Adair of Rt. 1, Stmkane, and the granddaughter of Mrs. Nailie Hagel. Tlere will .be a reception for the yotmg cou, pe in the Windsor mnge hall at 8:30 p. m. July 27. The young couple will be married in the Fairchild chapel. CARDS PLAYED June 27 the Windsor grange hall had 19 tables of cards in play. Among those attending San Francisco have returned home after visiting Mrs. Root's mother, Mrs. Nina Hobbs. Sherri, 4-year,cad dm'hter of Mr. arid Mrs. Phil Patter- son, fell last Wednesday, hit- ting her head on tle coffee table She was rushed to the doctor, where several stitches were taken in a deep cut. Mr. and Mrs. PhiIlip Patter- son drove to Seafie lst week- ed ,to visit relatives and get their son, Jim, who flew in from San Diego, Calif., where he spent two weeks with the Navy Jim is in tle Naval Re- serve En route .boone they vis- ited ,an aunt, Mrs. Fancis Pttgh, in Tacoma. Mr. 'and Mm. De12e Adair, Melody and April, and Mrs. Naitie Hagel dove o Oak-  lad, Calif., last Friday, return- !ing Sunday to visit Roy and Dixie agel. 1Vlr. and Mrs. David Smith, nee Diane Ottomeier, ,ave mak- ing their home in Spokane after spending the honey- noon at a lake. East Cheney By Anna Phillips DEMONSTRATIONS GIVEN At the last 4-H meeting Cin- dy Britts ave a demonstration on table setting and Judy Babb on how to make a weed mound. Four members attend- ed the county food arm coth- ing judging contest in Spo- kane. Mary Boots received a red ribbon in senior clothing; Helen Hendricks and Janet Camp, red ribbons it Junior foods, and Carolyn Camp, red ribbon in junior foods, and a blue ribbon in intermediate cioihirtg. David Hardie, Canto - lyn and Janet Camp attended the county weed tour co,nduct- ed by Keith Wlace of Sp,o- kane. PERSONAL MENTIONS Seventeen relatives and friends enjoyed a Fourth of July picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester ,PMllips land Johnny , I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spar, ger ,and three sons spent the Fourth of July weekertd at Dia- mond Lake. Mr. ,and Mrs. Joe Labish and family and Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Eddirgton and fanily enjoyed a Fourth of July pic-,,i nic at the LtbiSh plae. Mr. and Mrs. CAdence Davis and Mrs. Anna Phil,ps spent the Fourth at Almira with Mr. :and Mrs. David Buddrius and Dtmne. Harry Long of Re, ton visited Anna Ph'lps lst Wed- nesday mom's. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Vermn Andren and Janice and 1VIrs. SeA-ha l%rvov, 1 of Spokane, were :last Sunday eve ,ring visitors of the CheSter Phillips ami'ly. Mr. and Mrs. Troy /hy,ield and family, of Spokane spent last Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Vern Harrington and John tlarrington. Pivnic dinner guests of Mr. were Otto Lucht, who won 'high and Mrs. John Babb .arid David prize of the 22 prizes given; [were Mr. and Mrs. G'arnett Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Little, Mr.]Boots atnd .family, Mr. and Mrs. ]Albert Babb and amily, Mr. }ad Mrs. Emery Babb an___dd La___r: ,rectory I[ ' City Dry Cleaners 11 CLEANING PRESSING II ALTERATIONS II LAUNDRY SERVICE I 1 322 FIRST 235.4732 and Mrs. Guy Hanmtm, Mrs. John Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Werhan. 14 TABLES PLAYED Sunset grange had 14 tables of cards in pl, ay las Friday evening. Among those attend- ing were Adelaide Larsen, Ir- ma Stragier, Leona Widner, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hooe, Mrl and Mrs. Joe Wade, Mrs. Carl Morehg and Mr. and Mrs. Case Roskam. PERSONAL MENTIONS Lauria Misen of Dillon, Mont., has returned home Mter visiting her brother, Chris Hansen, for several days Mr. and Mrs. Case Roskam spet several days a't Deer Lake fishing. Mrs. Esther Madison, who teaches school in Tacoma, has returned home after visiting her brother, and family, the Elmer Klewenos. Mr. Klewenv has been convalescing after major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rupp ca,lied on Mrs. Flora Smith hst Saturday. Mrs. Daisy Hicks is visiting her son, Raymord, arid family in Othello. Mrs. Hattie 1.2ttlefieM, who 'has been quite .ill, walked down the hill to visit Flora Smith last Frd,ay. Mr. 'and Mrs. Richard Starry had Mrs. Starry's parents, the Ed Rupps, for diner the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark of hMmeda, Calif., have returned home :aiter spending their va- cation visiting Mrs. CMrk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oh'aries Porter. Elenor Pinton spent the holi- day with her br,otherin.taw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pliss, Connell. Visiting his cousin Mrs. Nina Hobbs hst Saturday was Elwin Armstrong of Spokane. On Sunday Alvin arM Frank Lee of Spokane viSiCed their sister, Mrs. Nina IIobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Kam- pa :and sons, who have been visithtg relatives in Flint, Mich., ,are returning home Sat- urd,ay. Mr. Mrs. of 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 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. WHEAT GROWERS! Let Sprague Grange Supply help grow your crop with Shell NH3 Aqua-Sulphur Phosphates Call 3611, Sprague, Collect. a24tf IRent|mql IPrelblem ry, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bruce, Mrs. Marge Saario arid sons, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Babb, Mr. and Mrs. Cl, ayton Ho.vcell ,and Btaine, Mrs. Mary Babb, Koy Steven- Friday, July i0, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 3 son and Bill Purvis. j tended the high school crea- Saturday afternoon Mr. and ltive arts summer series final lhs. 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