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tier News Mrs. Letha Plotts BABy SHOWER . Donald Davis was one hostesses at a baby at the Fred Jonn- in Medical Lake for Mrs. Lou- MENTIONS LeRoy Jacksons and Retters enjoyed a pic- 0oeur d'Alene Lake Sat- Roseaau had the ntis- to lose 50 tons of hay, barn it was stored in caused by lightning in storm. spent Sunday Mr. ,arid Mrs. Charles in Medical Lake. John IIam spent night in the Paul- and dental hosplt- minor surgery on from hst week's (lharles Rosencranz of Wash., was a house at the Ham home from 'to Friday. He is a of Mrs. Wima Potts. July 9 for San Diego, will go i'nto training Marines. Leta Berg and son of Spokane visited Gilbert Petersen, SaturdJay. Ablemans of Nyssa, overnig:ht guests of LlOyd Ableman, William Keith enter- Saturday in honor of Son, Lowell Otto, Post Veho celebrated his birth- Shea has the meas- week. Maxine Sprague and and the Ira Sheas guests at the Bob Sunday: Ida Ham and Wiln,a evening callers at home. Ham f Sprague called morning. East Cheney By Anna Phillips JPS HAVE GUESTS WASHINGTON, D.C. and Mrs. lrnie Harmon children of Wash- were weekend Mr. and Mrs. George Rarmon, grandson of Mrs. Stroup, i,s in ser- Where he is a deep sea Were recen guests of E. McLean fami!y of He is a son of Mr. George Stroup. MENTIONS and Mrs. Charles Cook children of San Jose, weekend guests of Mrs. Vern arring-ton. Mrs. Troy Mayfield of Spokane joined Mrs. Cook i.s a Mrs. Harrington. and Mrs. Joe Labish and and Mr. and Mrs. John 'arid family enjoyel a at the Jo.lm Lab- last Sunday. iobert Sponger and called on Mrs. Anna last week. ald Mrs. Lyle Bruce of were Frida,y dinner n4 Mr. and Mrs. Garnett and Mary. Mrs. lohn 'and Mrs. Bill Baker the same, Satur- Mr. and Mrs. IIar-: David and Phyltisl guests of the J and Mrs. Arden Berg were benored gaests dinner ,at the Gar- home. Other guests and Mrs. Joe SFuter, Mrs. Ed Willoughby Dr. and Mrs. Ken- anl fanily, Mr. Boots, John- Allen Diehl and Mrs. Chesler Phil- Johnny spent Satur- at the Vern Hat- MEET 4-H will meet 8:30 a. m. at the into the Turn- B Ng some- :. man: "Sir may I have for my wife?" "Dunno. Bring your see!" USO THROUGH UNITED Spangle News By Virginia M. Strock Mr. an.d Mrs. Joe Byers en- tertained at dinner Th,rsday July 9 in honor of Mr. and :Mrs. Norton Jennings, who !were celebrating their 35th i wedding anniversary. It was also Jennings' birthday. Other i guests were Mr. and Mrs. A1- !fred Fogelstrom, Eugene, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Art Bfers. FRIENDS ATTEND FUNERAL Numerous r e 1 a t i v e s and friends attended the g ra,eside i services Thursday afternoon for the infant twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. James R, asmassen. The !ittle boys lived en,ly a few hours after their prernature birth. They had been named Larry and Ban'y. Elder Nor- man Rasmussen, a great uncle of the ba, hies, performed the burial services. RASMUSSENS TRAVEL Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rasmus- sen and family drove to Kettle I Fa]ls Friday evening to spend !t'.:e weekend with Mrs Ras- mussen's father, Mr. Burchett. 3R.UCE COLES FETED 'Vednesday evening the M t Byers were hosts at a barbe- c:e in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Cole a,rLd Diane wbo had been visiting the A!lens. The visitors had spent the day at Coulee Dam, experienced their first dust storm an.'t vis- ited other friends while here. They left Thursday morning l:or their home in North Car- olirra. L&ST RITES ATTENDED Numerous friends attended last rites for Ed Phitleo who died last week, with services on Thursday. On Monday, mny again atten, ded services far Cla,us Rasmussen, former long-time resident of Spangte, wire died in Spokane after a loJg iliness. PERSONAL MENTIONS Cayle Schieehe, Mark Roh- were md Dick Krauel .atterded Chi Rho camp ,a Zephyr. the camp for Christian churches of he district. They returned home Satu'rdmy after five busy and instructive days at the lakeside gro,tmd's an Liberty !,ke. B'i!'l and Marilyn ievers, teenage son and daughter of Mr. an'd Mrs. Paul Sievers, underwent mid-mr surgery at Deaconess lopit.N for re- m.val of ton.sils and adenoid tissue which had been causing them distress. They returned he,he Saturday. Mrr. and Mrs. Alvin Fricke are parents of a son, Dwain Melvin, born at Deaconess hospital on July 8. He ,oins two brothers, Ronnie and Jer- ry, and a sster, Shirley. Mark, Da-cid 'and Julie Itall spent a couple of days last week at the lome of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles SCheel, in Spokane. Mr. a_rM Mrs. Cl'aude Schie- che were guests of the Joe Zangar family at Helena, Mont. aver the weeken,d. Schieche also attended the Montana state trap shoot. Hugh Hart has gone to the Kahlotus area Where ha an- nually takes part in harvest work. He will be gone about three weeks. Donnie Green celO, rated his third birthday at an cutkng at Badger Lake which ws at- tended by his mother. Mrs. Ilon Green, :his sister, Bonnie, Mrs. Ed. Strock, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster and twirls, l,ater, the group was joined at the Green farm home by Mrs. Gor- don Green and they aLl shared his birthday cake and ice cream Sharon Neumann is visiting itn her father, Richard Neu- mann, in Salt Lake City. Jennel Fisk, :and Dan .Metz- ger of Spokane were married: in Spokane Saturday evening. .%ezger in a 1963 graduate of IAberty High and is em-i p!oyed at Bill's Serviee. They will live in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crab- tree, Robin. Renc and Donna, returned Fchy evening from a trip which took them through Yellowstone, the Teto's a,nd Gra'n1 Canyon to visit relatives in Arizon ad Californim A highlight of their trip was an exciUng visit to Disneyland. Mr. and Mrs. Glen WLliias ann four children ,have moved to .'.he farm vhich lhev pur- chased from the Don Jacob- seas. The Wil.ams family is fr.m Greenacres. Importance Reflected The importance o U.S. Sav- ings Bonds to the financial portfoli'os of individ:tml Ameri- cans is reflected in the $20.1 billion Series E and the $661 million Series H Bonls now be:ng held beyond maturity under the automatic extension terms of both series. Bonds Redeemable U.S. Savings Bonds Series E !and H are redeemable at fixed prices t any time after initial two-month holding period ,ithout possible loss of initial Four Lakes By Nell Owen FAIR BOARD MEETS, FALL ACTIVITY SET The Four Lakes fair board ]net July 8, with cha,irman Glenn Dobbins presiding. The ],air will be held Sept. 12 at the Four Lakes grange. Judg- ing will begin at 10 a. m. and ali exhibits ,are to be in by 9 a. m. on Sept. 12. Home econ,- omics, garden and other sim- ilar entries may be entered on Sept. 11 from 5:30 to 7 p. m. Everyone in the Four Lakes community is invited to enter exhibits at the Fair. A noon there will be a pot- lu,ck ,lunch with spaghetti and meat balls as the main dish. There also will be a raffle. PNzes will be a Sunbeam elec- tric fry ,pan, lawn chairs, pole lamp a.nd others. Tickets are now on sale by the fair bard members and by members of the two 4-H groups i'n Four Lakes. Busy Fingers and heney Ranehers 4-H club will h.ave tin, cession stands, so there will be things to munch on all day. There will be games in the afternoon. The next fair board meeting will be July 29 at the Four Lakes grange hall at 8 p. m. LAST MEETING HELD The last meeting of the Che- nay Ranchers was held a the , Four Lakes Township h:all Mon- day. Pam Owen, president, presided. As our third comunity ser- vice, the club plans to clean the grounds around the grange hall. : Charlene Rider and myself won ,camps:hips to Camp Hey- burn August 5'-7, spensored by the Cheney RanChers 4-H c,ub. The club decided to sell .oa,nge drin, ks at the Four Lakes Fair fin September. Members voted to buy Vheir own paper for Nell and myself to make sign's for the members who will exhibit ,at the Inter- state Fair. Junior 4cadets decided to tour the projects before the Fair to help prepare them for th Four Lakes ,and Interstate Fairs. Pam Owen ,gave ,a de,rn- onstration on fitting .and shew- ]n,g animals. tNell Owen is secretary of the Cheney Ranchers 4-H club.) PNILLIPSON TRAINS Army ROTC Cadet Terry O. Philipson, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville K. Phillipson of Fo,_=r Lakes, began six weeks of intensive military trai,ng at Fort Lewis, Wash., June 20. Cadet Phitlipson is partici- paring in the ROTC program at Fastern Vashingtn Ste College in Cheney. He is a 1960 graduate of Chancy tIigh So,eel. .Members of the Hub Club will hold their annual picnic Tburschy, 23, at the Stan- defter cottage on Deer Lake. All friends of the Stander- fers are invited to the picnic. Tlmse who ean'not go in e morning ae invited to attend , later in the chy or hhat eve- ning. Directory City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 CUSTOM BUILDING FHA, VA or Conventional Financing Free Estimates ED DOTER 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 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. WHEAT GROWERS! Let Spregue Grange Supply help grow your crop with Shell NH3 Aqua-Sulphur Phosphetes Call 3611, Spregue, Co;led. a24tf Amber News By Jennifer Jordan Mr and Mrs. Charles Miller Sr. drove to Wawawai Sunday. Mrs. Fred Sooy entertained thc yung gals las:t Wednes-! ,,ay. Prizes were won by Mrs. Jerry Lambert, Mrs. Christine Marsh and Mrs. Mary Marsh. i 7he club will meet next at the Switzerland, on Sept. 3 They Friday, July 17, 1964 were entertained .at the home ef Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Oeser l'nursd.ny evening. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Hoopingarner gave a patio party Saturday after noon. A farewell dinner party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Lar- ry Oeser at Spokane Saturday ,2oning. Sunday guests of Mr and ?,Its. Harry Oeser were M-. and Cheney Free Press Page 3 Sunday guests of Mr. and ?hs. Vern Summerlin, Cowl, Dtvid, and Viki were Mr. and Mrs Les Rateliffe of Newport. Carl Ruodlf and his grand- son, Chris, spent the day fish- ing at Mason Lake o,n the Mas- onDummeier ranch Tuesday. Cami Summerl,in was a Sun- .:!ay overnight guest of Sam Later that day Mrs. Dummeier eal!ed on the Mel and Gordon Klemgard homes. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Haskins and Mr..and Mrs. J. H. Harris" and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ] larris. Mr. and Mrs. Rielard Jordan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don home of Mrs. Mabel Cordill. Mrs. Everette Webb of Pull- Mr and Mrs. N. A. Cordili,[man Kay, Ann and Nels and Mr.] Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller and Mrs. Kent Sooy, Carol and[Sr an'd Mrs. Binna Dummeier Gary attended the annual Sooy called on Mr: and Mrs. Harry picq:}ic at Com.stock Park in tIarder on Sunday. Spokane last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Graf cf Monovi.a, Calif., were guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Larry Oeser the past week. They are tour- !rig the United States and will leave for their home in Basil, I,ueas. )Jonson, Dann3r and Darm, Che- Mrs. Binna Dummeier wer, t nay, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Mon- te Pullman Satur4ay for a re- zon, Spokane, and Mr. and ception given by Mr. arid Mrs. Mrs. Bob Everson of Cbeney Mark Buchanan in honor of went to Coeur d'Aiene lake beir daughte:r,irvtaw and son. for a picnic last Sunday. Marshall News t By Carol Yates Pour Corners Grange met Wednesday. The teenagers and unmarried young people were in charge of the program and refreshments. Judy Elde and Rick Lan- phear entertained with vocal and instrumemal n, ombers. Pat- ty Russel pl, ayed several num- bers on the piano. .dna Cheerers, daughter of Mr. ad Mrs. George Gheev- ers. was chosen as the Four Corners Grange candidate for "Fairest at the Fair." Ribbons and prizes from the state home economics cn- te':t were presented. I The Four Corners Grange will .hold its annual picnic at i the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rein- bold Wednesday at 6 p.m. The Grange will recess until August 26, w,hich Will be a p otl;uck supper. A flock of wild turkeys were seen by Mrs. Cheeves on the Andersen Road. There was a aen and goblet with a brood of aboutl5. It is believed that they are from some turkeys planted in the Fish lke area nearly two years go. Mr. and Mrs. Wilhrd Besley were weekd guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Chase at their cabin on Diamond Lake. hl Chase was home for the weekend. The Windsor Yankees played the Nitre Mile Falcons July 7, winnirg 36-13. Wednes- day, they played the Airway He'jghts Indians ad won :[7-8. 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