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Frichy, July 23, 1965 Chemy Free Press Page 3 News Spangle News i Mrs. James Widner NEWS NOTED grange met in the grange hall fast Sat- With 157 grangers at- during the day and candidates were the fifth degree in the with the degree team the degree under Warren Johnston. host, assisted by Central and East next Pomona meeting !Sept. 25 with Bast Che- host. Their assistants Tyler, Espanola, and West Deep granges. Charneski was as- Steward pro tem during day meeting. Mur- Adelaide Larsen and were presented Ray C&apos;hrisensen's and presented corsages top winners in the for her cookies for two awards. They to National Grange be judged in the fail. Brown had top pillow the state. Mrs. Chris- the corsage on By Jeanne Green JOHNSONS RETURN FROM VACATION OF FOUR WEEKS Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and family have returned from a four week trip. They trav- eled to Alabama, visiting some friends and rel, atives along the way. The family took in many sights and found the trip inter- esting as well as being very ed- ucational. SUKSDORF REUNION HELD pienLe was held in paTk last Sunday 200 grangers and attenffing. Moran ball team woa the Springhifl grange. will be presented to team durirg the 25 meeting. those attending the Were, from Sunset Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tom Hedger, Mr. and Hulin, Mrs. Chris- from Paradise and Mrs. Jack En- family, Alvina Kern. had Adelaide Larsen cookie first win- cookies for every- Jim, Karen and Irma StragieG Lawrence Ohar- Alvilda Garras. atte.rding were Mr. :. Irvin Cain .and son, Mrs. Charles @abby, Mrs. Henry Chusen, Ray C, hristeaasen, Bill Hankel and and Mrs. Warren and the Ed and Ly- families. Widner wn. the lad- driving conies{. Las was Alvil'da Gar- Were 55 lades in at- at the grange h'ome con,terence Nst in th East Spolane Going from Wind- Ruth Guest, Adelaide Hewson, Ivrna Werhan, Sofia Alvfida @arras. Mrs. Irvin Gain and Mrs. Charles Gabby at Edgevlfff park re- were 41 present. Olson and tam- and Leone i at Cmsock Mrs. Bob Hoegh and of Pasco visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. last Sunday. They Mr. Hoegh's aunts Larsen and Mrs. Ab the 10th birthday of Mrs. Marie Col- fast Saturday Wre Lawrerme Char- Garras, Adelaide Stragier ,and Leo- Butner of Berkeley, his aunt, Mrs. last Wednesday. Mrs. Dwain Ball and of Kent are visiting parents, Mr. and ). Hicks is visiting and family this week. Mrs. Ed Rupp and Mrs. Frank DaaieLs Danies' paven in Idatro last Sunday. Henry Clusen, 'a reception in Sp- Saturday evening for rs Paul Cqyzer who at 3 p. m. has veurned to Port,and after vis- ,and Mrs. Case Ros- weeks. Mrs. Case Roskam, and Mr.  Mrs. attended the in Spokane last Smith, e Los- Mrs. Oha%les Free- visitors Mary Furite N. D. toured the trmin,al at Geiger Correll of Los Calif, has returned visiting her sister, Kamla aad broth- and John Fritz. was Louise Fritz erie time as a school the M;arshall school. Mrs. Emery. Hewson after spending sever- visiting relatives on want advm. Ah Mr. and Mrs. Jack Curtis and I,u Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nealey and Mr. and Mrs. Cor- ky Kjack anA children of Pla- za and Mr. and Mrs. Hward Barnes and Naomi Lee of Bain- bridge Island. Paradise Prairie Marshall I00ews By Lana Evans PRAIRIE PRANCERS MEET The Suksdrf ....  ..... The last meeting of the held Sunda-at ?alrWall'. Pradrie Prancers was a joint m,,o ;ff, -,,,  +'i meeting and whiner roast held the 1fme Ot Lynn arlson tended were the Wally Suks- PLars were mad to en r " d.orfs, Paul Sievers, and Herb fbo, . ._ z e e a Krauels. There were also faro-]Fai n 2,nd mae PKnnteC'uY ilies from Spokane, Goldendale, I fone of Lan Evans L-nn Cafornia ,and Oregon t  ,  , Y _  " I uarrson, t,esHe West and Syl- ' via Green CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS A picnic ha,s been planned Donnie and Lonnie Green for July 26, 1965, at Badger cel, ebrated their fourth and first birthd,ays Sunday. Mr. and lake. There will be swimming arid water skiing, and eve- ]Mrs. Gordon Green, Mr. and .one will bring his own luncJl. ]Mrs. Ed Strock, and M. C. j Stark were dinner guests at Demonstrations were Riven by Ithe Green home. Joining them Virginia Brow, on "Care of ]later for cake aml ice cream It,he Foal," Sharon Cckburn on "Oare of the Horse," and Syfvia Green on "Care and Cor- rect Shoeig of Horses." A film, "The Ho,rse Wi[h The Flying Tail," will be  shown at the club's spaghetti dinner banquet, to be held in late Oc- tober. A library of Wcstern tforsemen and Qtarter Horse Journal magazines has Mso been started. CALIFORNIA IS TOURED Mr. and Mrs. Don Shelton and 4aughters Sandra and Peg- gy spent two weeks in Califor- nia this last month. They went down the coastal route, visiting h, lends and relatives al, org the way. They went to Disneyland and Tijuana, coming back the inhnd route. Also spending two weeks in California were Mr. and Mrs. Lester K. Evans and daughter Lena. They went down the in- ,and route, visiting another daughter in San Die,go and other relatives in Riverside. While there, they spent time at Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm, and March Air Force Base. They returned the in- land route, sperding three days with relatives in Lebanon, Ore. While there, they visited the Reindeer farm, The Rock Gardens, nd Soda Springs be- fore completing the final jog home to Spokane. GRANGE NEWS NOTES The Four Corners grange held their last get-together of the summer last Wednesday at the Reinbolt home in the form of ,m outdoor atherin;g and icmc. Paradise grange j,oined Po- mona in their annual picnic 'held 'at Comstock park in Spo- kane last Sunday. Swimrrdng, eating, ,and games were all part of the fun, A card party will be held July 24 at the Paradise grange hall. Everyone is welcome. INTEREST IS NEEDED Have you gone some- where of interest? Had un- usual company? How about letting your friends and neighbors know about it? As a reporter, I can't make this column a successl need your help and support. If you live in the Marshall or Para- dise area and feel that you have been left out, call your articles of interest in to Lana Evans at RI 7-4936 by 9 p. m. Sunday. COAST ENJOYED Mr. and Mrs. George Cbeev- er a.nd fay and Mr. and Mrs Melvin Bedient and family re- cently spent a weekend at Dash Point on the western coast of Vtashngton. While there, ey visited the zoo arid aquarium, rose gardens, .and traveled on a ferry "just or fun." WINDSOR LITTLE LEAGUE BEGINS TOURNAMENT The Windsor Yanks have spent man weeks of dill, gent practice in preparation for the tournament which has finally begun. The team has so far had three wins, three losses, and one tie, and is very grateful to Steve Swegle, Butch Denton, and Mike Liddell. The team payed its first competitive game Wednesday. Mr. and Ms. Joe Johnson, Dick and Linda spent the week- end touring Banff, Calgary and Lake Louise. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd LeveL1 visited their son, David, o Deep fake, where he is spend- ing the summer Mr. ,and Mrs. Randy Reese of Spakane were Sun@ay guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lin4berg. Mr. ,and Mrs. Jim Hamby and son,s, formerly of Marshall, vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. George Che,ever Sunday on their way to California. Also calling at the heever home last week- end were Mr. ad Mrs. Melvin Bedient ,and family of Cheney. The Bedients were or their way home after visitirg the National Girl Scout lund-up at Farragut. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Enle at- tended the Pomona picnic at Comstock park Sunday. Akso attending from Paradise was Lance Evans. were Mrs. Laura Helmer and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster 'and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eb Baird, Judy and Jay spent the weekend camping and fishing at Deer lake. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schie- ehe were Sunday guests o.f Mr and Mrs. Frank Hansen at Hay- den fake. M. C. Stark returned to his home at Union, Mondtay morn- ing. He had spent two weeks visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strock. He ,also visited a.t the Greens and Jim Fosters of Spotcane. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gerking returned home last week after visiting Mrs. Gerking's sister and husband in Montana. ss Gi,n,ger Konshuk has beet in Ellensburg attending the Grl's State camp. picnic The 4-H club belB a 'at the Spangle Cty Park hst week. After their lunch at park they enjoyed an after- noon of swimvaing at a focal fake. Miss Mary Rohwer has been at the IJaster Seal camp vthieh is being hem at Lake Ooeur d'Afene. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ostheller of Seattle visited Mr. and Mrs. Del Hroffman. They also visit- ed in Fairfield the past week- end. Don Johnson and Pattie and Robin Cvabtree ,are sleRding this week at church camp at Liberty hke. Mr. Johnson will be one of the counselers. ] Mr and Mrs. Gordon Crab- tree spent the week in Ilwaco !at the Telephone Oo. Fishing derby. They also visited at Gig Harbor. Rene and Donna spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Frichman. A reception was held for Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smple at the Upper Columbia Academy cMeteria Sunday evening Both are employed at the Lettering Hospital in Kettering, Ohio. Mrs. Sample is the 4auffhter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rasmus- sen of Spangle. East Cheney By Anna Phillips Mr and Mrs. Vern I-hrring- ton are enjoying a visit o4 Mrs. Harringtoa's father, Lon Al- len of San Jose, Calif., who ar- rived by plane last week; Mr. and Mrs. Tray Mayfield, Deb- bie, Dnny and Michael were last Stmday guests. Danny and Michael are staying with their grandparents fr a few days Visit. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Philps and Johnny we,re Sua- 4ay evening visitors. A potluck dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ibish last Su, nday was enjoyed by Mr. arid Mrs. Joe Labish, Jimmie and Jeaner, John Harrington, Mrs. Celia KeLly, Mr. arid Mrs Walter Rump and gaandon David Rupp, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Labish and Steven, Raymond Labish ,and Miss Kar- en IAewelyn. Stacy Hampton, granddaug,h- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry tIampton, spent two days last week with her grandparents. Jobaa Nelson of Kennewick was a Thursday visitor at the Harry Hampton home. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Welcome returned to their hame in San Diego, Calif., .after several days isit with Mr. and Mrs. George Strou,p. Ehel Zarrnes accom- panied them to her home in Grants Pass, Ore. Mr..and Mrs. Vern Harring- to axed .grndsons Danny and lchael, and Mrs. Harrington's father, Lon Allen, called on Mrs. Anna Phillips Monday afternoon. A pouck picnic dinner at Williams hke last week en- joyed by the Emery and A1- be Babb fanflies, Jan and Rd Saario, Mrs. Mary Babb, Announcing The Cheney BIBLE CRUSADE BEGINNING This Saturday Night, July 24 7:30 P. M. at the AMERICAN LEGION HALL 116 COLLEGE AVENUE CHENEY, WASHINGTON JUST WHAT YOU'VE WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT "OUR VOYAGE THROUGH SPACE" WILL YOU TAKE A TRIP THROUGH SPACE? When Will It Come? Who Will Be Aboard? What Are the Requirements? Will You Need a Space Suit? What Will the Trip Cost? EVANGELIST HERMAN BAUMAN Says- "Your heart will be thrilled as you discover that space travel can actually become a reality for you!" III I HII IIIIII BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM OF SACRED MUSIC BY BASS SOLOIST LORIE PURDEY Mrs. Purdey at the organ and vibraharp Mrs. Bauman at the piano Special musical treats nightly Colorful ,llustrated, songs on the screen. 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PLAN NOW TO BE PRESENT ON OPENING NIGHT, SATURDAY, JULY 24 . . When this great new feature is lunched in tis aea and discover how one of the valuable Bibles can be yours -- ABSOLUTELY FREE. AN EXPERIENCE YOU WILL NEVER FORGET!! During the week with Herman Bauman, Lorie Purdey and Dean Edwards ' SUNDAY, JULY 25 FRIDAY, JULY 30 ' SPECIAL! OUTSTANDING color mtion pictures presenting thrilling portrayals of extremely vital subjects. "How Long Does It Take to Be Saved?" A moment, five minutes, an hour or a lifetime? Oan you kav if you are saved or not? WEDNESDAY, JULY 28 "Discovered: Heaven." Will heaven be veal? Will we be invisible spirits or actul people? Will the saints sit leisurely on clouds strum,m_ing their harps throughout all etev- "The End of the World" When will it came? Can we kow when it is near? Could it be within our lifeime? SATURDAY, JULY 31 "Why I Keep the Lord's Day" Which day did Christ keep? Wht day 4Des He ask His followers to keep? Which day is the Lord's nity? Day? Oolor Movie: "One in 20,000." , SUNDAY, AUGUST 1--"Under Law or Under Grace?"Can the law save? Does grace make the hw unecessaryV VALUABLE FREE GIFTS will be given away each evening. Har- ' ry Anderson's painting. "The Guardian Angel" (20-inch color pic- ture) will be given free to evene attending the great opening lecture. The Bible Crusade group is assodated with 'the "Voice of Pro- phecy" rao broadcast, "FAth for Todd" and "It is Written" TV, and your friendly Adventist C'uaches. FREE ADMISSION -.- FREE NURSERY The BIBLE CRUSADE will continue each Sun., Wed., Fr,.and Sat. evening from July 24 through August 22 For Free Transportation - Call Cheney 235-4477