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Page 4 Gheney Free Press Local Kids Attend Camp At Twinlow A_mrg the youth groups of the Methodist church who are attending the Twinlow camp on Twin Lakes in Idaho, are IAnda Hardie, the senior high camp, Gary Ableman, Dick , John Lass, and Cal Sib- ty of jun, ior high class. The ju,nior high also irmludes Sheri oald Joha Decker, David HaT- e, Jeff Iarris, Sue Anne Hlmes and Bobby Logston. lrs. Howard Pitts, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Gateway 'have been in Chage ,of axTargements. Parents ad friends are always welcome to visit this religious camp, ,located in a forest set- tirg ,near Rathdruva, Idho. ROYAL NEIGHBORS MEET The Royal Neighbor lodge held  regular m,eeti,ng Tuesday evenirg, July 20, at the home of the oraole, Mrs. MiLla, I-[le. The auditing corn,rrfittee gave the sem_i-anual re,pert on finances. Routine bttsiness, re- ports of standing committees were given by members. It ws announced the picnic was can,celled owirg to vacatims, arid may be 'hetd in August. A social hour with dessert cam- leted the e verfig. CORRECTION Widner's BEAUTY SHOP will remain open at present location until AUGUST 1 jy23 Friday, July 23. 1965 SPULER FAMILY HAS GET-TOGETHER SUNDAY The tamily of Mrs. Carone Spuler enjoyed a potluck din- ner at her elldest son's home, on Sunday, July 18. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spuler, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Peterson, Danny, Sheill and Susan; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Spuler, Mrs. Phaler, Dolores Spuler, and Miss ]{ari- ly Day; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Spuler .and Ricky, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson, Mr. azld Mrs. R!alph JohrLson, Charles, Mary Wynn, JuLie, Morgan mad Dan- nie, Mr. and Mrs. Victor John- son arid Jeff, Mr. ,and Mrs. Luke Best, David and Vicki, Mr. arid Mrs. Cecil Storment, Mike, Kathy and Steve Spuler, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spuler and Mrs. CaroLine Spulev. Steve Spuler remained to spend the week with his grnd- prerts. Last week Mike vis'it- e,d his grandparents in Cheney nd at Fish lake. FORMER RESIDENTS VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mitelder of Anacortes and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mittleider (Judy Moss) and children, Kelly, Dawn and Ronald of Spokane were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mess. The Leo Mit- tleiders, former Cheney resi- dents, spent last week with their son and family in Spo- lane. He was empl, oyed by the Cheney Oil and Manufacturing phnt located acroos the tracks until it :burned to the ground about five years ago. BIRTHDAYS CELEBRATED The birthdays of Mrs. Roy Hanson and Mrs. Nohn Brown were celebrated Saturday eve- ning at a no-host supper party at the Hansen's new home on north Washington street. Opening Auction "Ye aide" Auction Barn ACROSS TRACKS Saturday, July 24, 2 p. m. WANTED- FURNITURE, APPLIANCES, FARM EQUIPMENT, MISC. ETC. BRING YOUR ITEMS -- WE WILL SELL THEM BAKER & ALBERTSON Phone Cheney -- 235-4516 jy 16-23 I I I DANCE Friday, July 23 to the music of '"The Gents" 9:30 p, m. to 1:00 a. m. The BEEHIVE "THE HOUSE OF FINE FOODS" CHRIS & ART COLYAR 235-6314 I I I II I I I I I Attention, Ladies! Freeman's Berry Farm Truck will be at Medical Lake July 29, 1:30 to 4:30 Pioneer Union Service at Cheney July 29, 6 p. m. to 9 p. m. Prentice Westend Shell Service Offering you the finest in FREEMAN'S FRESH - FROZEN UNCOOKED JAMS AND LOCKER- READY FRUITS FRESH-FROZEN FRUITS 30 Ibs. Strawberries in sugar ........................ $11.50 per tin 30 Ibs. Raspberries in syrup ............................ $11.10 per tin 30 ibs. Sour Cherries in sugar ........................ $10.50 per tin 3 Ibs. Huckleberries ........................................ $ 1.95 per tub UNCOOKED FROZEN JAMS 30 lb. 15 lb. 5 lb. 2V2 lb. tin tin tub tub Strawberry Jam ............ $11.95 $6.90 $2.60 $1.50 Raspberry Jam ............ $11.95 $6.90 $2.60 $1.50 Sour Cherry Jam .......... $11.95 $6.90 $2.60 $1.50 Apricot . Pineapple .... $11.95 $6.90 $2.60 $1.50 Blueberry Jam .............. $11.95 $6.90 $2.60 $1.50 Blackberry Jam ............ $11.95 $6.90 $2.60 $1.50 Peach Jam .................... $11.95 $6.90 $2.60 $1.50 Huckleberry Jam .......... $2.60 $1.50 Fruit subject to season Add Tax To Above Items Freeman's Berry Farm Rt. No. 2, Box 170 Walla Walla, Washington Phone JA 5-5970 I CRUSADE COMINGEvangelist and Mrs. Herman Bauman will be taking an active part in a Bible Crusade at Cheney Leg- ion hall beginning Saturday, July 24. EVANGELIST TO CONDUCT LOCAL IBIBLE CRUSADE Herman Bauman, an evan- gelist who is we'll known across the United States, will be in Cheney to co, duct a four week Bible Crusade. Starting tomorrow night, July 24, the meetings will be held each Sun, day, Wednesday, Friday ,and Saturday, .at 7:30 p. m. in the American Legion Hall at 116 College Avenue. The meetings will continue from July 24 to Aug. 22. A native of Wisconsin, Boa- man grew up there on a farm. At the age ,of 16 he came face to face with the claims of Christ on his heart, and an's- wered the call to enter the gos- pel ministry. He studied at Southern Missionary Oollege in Tennessee, and at Emman- uel Missiormry C(liege in Mich- igan where he received s BA degree. Post-gradta work was at Potomac University in Washington, D. C. where the MA degree in theoogy was ob- tained. The Baunaps ,have three sos: Bobby, Dvey, and Jerry. Aucia. wtl' the: Bau- man, s wilt  Lovte and Doris t Purd Lslndh " tem. ey is  bam$M. ist, an Mrs. Ptwdey is an a. complished organist ,,mad vibra- harpist. Pasto azd Mrs. Dean Edwards will  he associat- ed with the crusade as direct- ors of the pogram. Free Bibles will be given away ,at these meetings for tlmse who can atend a certain number of services. Everyone is invited to attend, and the meetings, of course, are free. Former Cheney Man Married In California Miss Muriel Com paon he- ,came the bride of J. Douglas Ditton in a nuptial Mass cel- ehrated by the Rev. Stephen Mahoney, OFM, at the aM Mission in Santa Barbara, Calif. The bn.de, daughter of Mrs. Nora Cmpagnz of New-i $otmdland, Cabala, is a Imrse at a local hospit. Mr. DRten, son of M. and Mrs. John,, Dit- ton ,of Cheney, is empltoyed with a hotel there. Escorted by ,her brother-in- hw, arrtce Parsons of New- ou.diand, the bride chose, for the June 12 ceremooy, a sheath dress of Chantly lace designed with a sahrilm neck- line, tiered skirt and organza bus-tie aln. Matron of Honor As ,her st,er's nvatro of ,heor, Mrs. Ra,moa Patens wore a foor length ,gown of Sheer orel- fbric over taffeta. Wearitg ensembles: t h a t matched that of the lmrmr at- tedmt were the hridesmaids Miss Patria O'Reilly and Miss Katrina Rvbinson. Attendant's fowes were bouquets of waite )vCd nd white eaaons. Bride's Mother or her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Compagmm wore a tin-.. quose silk sheath and match- ing jacket. Her corsage was of white orchids. PEa PICNIC The arnua , pc spgev arranged by members of the PEO Chapter Complimentary to the husbands, was held Wed- rtesday evening on the lawn at the home of Mr. and ,Mrs. John, Paulsen. Thirty-seven persons attended. Initiation of men into the order .of the BILs provided en- tertMnment. RETURNS FROM ETHOPIA John Colbert was a guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Holhday. John returned Satur- d,ay night from a five-week visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Col,bert, and bro- ther, Steve, a Addis Ababa, Ethopia. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt entertained as guests .one day last week, an old friend, Wal- ter Dixon, and daughter Mary rm Snohomish. Mrs. Harry Peuck spent one d,ay last week as a guest of Mrs. Sievereraft who was leav- ing from Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. Kenne*h Galh)- way and daughters attended the picnic of the OES Associ- ate matrons and patrons on Sunday. It was held in Calm- stock park, Spokane, or fam- ilies and friends, with a no ,host dinner and entertainment Miss Lillian Hall and siste Miss Harriet Hall, returned l'ast week from a week's vaca- tion trip to Seattle. Mrs. Julia Butler entertain- ed as callers last week, Mrs. C. W. Alexander and Mrs. C. Pullen. Mrs. Graver Ch:mbers enter- tained as a weekend guest he sister, Mrs. Gertrude Folk, of Spokane. guests of their cousins, Mr. tin Seattle. The mer and Mrs. Elmer Conley a few Whidby Island, days last week. Other guests Point for salmon recently were Mr. and Mrs. I Harold Hood of California. Mr. Hood is a former resident of and children, ,at Four Lakes. of Mrs. Verne May Wallets Odessa and a student at EWSC, was a guest of Mrs. Millard ttale on Tuesday evening. She is a past district president o,f the Royal Neighbors lodge. Plans are underway for the annual Rummage sale of the Methodist church WSCS to be held this fall. Mae Van Scoy- oc, president, said that house- hold goods, china, glass, cloth- ing ,and shoes will be collected anytime. Contact her or Mrs. John Van Brunt ,o1" Mrs. Carl tIendricks. Mrs. Francis Kuehl, vice president of the WSCS of the Methodist church, spent this week in Tacoma. She attended the state school of missions of the Society. The meetings were held in the University o,f Pu- get Sound auditorium. Dele- also visited a son and Mr. and Mrs. Bryce and nieces near Paulsbo. Md. and Mrs. Herman returned after a through Montana and They visited Glacier Flathead lake and nSs%dam: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bair spen ates were housed in the dor- a vacation week at Priest lake, mitories. Phote 235-6680 using the George Fisher cot-i M r s. David Danielson 4681. (Jeanne Kerr) tape. [ and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest HarrBeth, returned to their home spent one day last week on a I in Augusta, Ga., after spending 1rip to St. Varies, Idaho, and a mmth here with her par- ttze St. Joe river country. An. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kerr, A cther time they visited their and his parents in Rosalia. -- daughter and family, Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. George Foss um Missouri Picnic Mrs. William Fisher. at Bridge-I spent last week on the co ast July 24, 6:45 p. To Be Held Sunday port as guests of their daughter,[, M]rs George Fisher and Miss lMrs. Carl Bowen, and family,|s rOSi' Jim Hickman from Libby, Ber,,'ce Mararity S,p, ellt tle J [ Mont. will attend the Missouri weekend on an outing at the i Society annual picnic in Man- Fisher cottage on Priest lake.  (Next to Legion ito park on Stmday, July 25, Mrs. Robert Erghott, Mrs. and act ,as song leader for the ,Wayne Worthen and two chil- Jc,e Flatt, assembly singing, dren h'om Medical Lake were The luncheon will be at 12:3'0 in Cheney Tuesday and ca,led p. in., with ice cream and on Mrs. A. B. Cutting. ARE YOU Do you have trees shrubs that are lives by blocking the traffic signs? Is your corner lot c, bstructions for clear of the intersections? If not and you are to take care of it, Cheney Jaycees will do it for a punch furnished. Everyone is to bring his own lunch, coffee, dishes and silverware. The pro- gram will begin at 1:30. Mrs. Wylie Brown will direct the children's games. There will be free prizes and rides on a fire truck. Adult entertainment will include music, hog calling contest, Silver Spurs dance, and Mefiody singers numbers. Judy Gibson Leaves For Marshall Islands Judy Gibson let by phne Monday to sped a week's wa- con with friends in Hawaii. The follow'rag week she will leave for Kvajalein, in the arshal:l Is.hn6s, where she will teach the coming year. Democratic Clubs Workshops Slated "Polities city style, coun- try style" will highlight the workshops .of the Wshinon State Federation of Democrat- ic Clubs' convention to be held in Wenatchee, July 23, at the Cascadian Rotel. Three prizes wt be awarded to the three winners of an es- say cotest on "What Should the Clubs Do for the Federa- ti*on." Prizes will also be award- ed for three winning scrap- books. Convention chairman Mrs. Doris Raymur of Wetatchee a.n,rmunced that the  Cn- gressiorml DistTi'et Democratic Women's Cubs will be the los- tess dabs under the direction ,of Mrs. Elmer Easton, 4istric president. Approximately 70 clubs will he represented by delegates at the convention. Mrs. Wylie Brown is the ste committee woman. CUTTING VISITS COAST Mrs. A: B. Cuttig returned orday from a trip to Seattle, where she spent sevev days with a  aId family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wheeler. Wzfle there they spent a day at the Federation Forest museum budding, sponsored by the Fed- erated Womes clubs of Wash- igton, 'near Enumchw. She also chd at the Rair school for retarded at Rucldey, a project of the Federated Womens clubs. One afterrmn was spent at the Iasvern Stax Nursing Home, near Bothell, and at Seattle Center, Wozlds Lair grounds entertainment. CHORAL SPEAKERS TO PERFORM Miss Alice Moo, assistant pro- f of speech at Eastern ashington State College wi present ,her class in Choral Speaking Wednesday, July 28 at 11:40 a. m. The full hour program of prose and poetry: from priazT through colleei level ,#ill be held in the Mar- tin ;hall attditorlum. There is no admission. BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON Mrs. Beulah Lee was honor- ed on her birthday Saturday with a lurehieon given by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Holladay. Oth- er guests were Mrs. Robert Gifting arm Dean and Mrs. Alice Holaday of Spokane. Guests later that afternoon were Mr. Hollady's niece, Mrs. C. S. Bjavan,son (Yvonne Hol- laday) and three dau'g 'hters of Beltevue. Tkey were en route to Spirit Lake where they are spen 'dng a week. You ean flnd it in the e]asstfteda Mr. and Mrs. Roydal C:onley will have as guests their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Conley, of Florida. A family picnic is planned on Aug. 1 in Sutton park. Miss Florence Rue entertain- e.d as guests last Tuesday Mrs. A1 Ruby and Betty Jean, and ]Mrs. Grant Clemrtha,gen from Deary, Idaho, who are cousins . The Grandmothezs club transferred their picnic from Sutton park to the home of 3rs. Kirby Sooy;tm Thursday. The lunch a:s followed by a program and sdal lour. The Community church ,had an 9verftow attendance on the Sunday, wh4ch the Klautt In- dian family of Entiat, were guests. Rev. Eugene Ross brought the message, at the worship lmur, of 11 a. m. Ser- vices will he as usual ducing the summer; Sunday school at 9:45 and preac,Mng at 11 a. m. Mr. arid Mrs. N. C. Hlmes returned last week from  two week vacation trip through Washington and parts ,of Can- ada. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Braaten spent the week tourin, g Kam- loops, Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. with her sister and rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conley took their nephews Steve and Doug Johnson of Spokane as their guests far a weekend out- ing to Coulee Dam. They ell, joyed going, thro,gh the dm and swimming in the pool there. Mr. rd Mrs. Ira Hmt and Elearmr of Olathe, Kan. were CARD OF THANKS We wi to express our sin- ere thanks to our friends and eighbors or their kindness, in the loss of our beloved father and grandfather. ,Homer Pence ladys Palmer William B. Pence Dorothy Streeter j23p Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with All Standard 0il Produds SPECIALIZING IN HEATING AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor 235-6378 Notice To Trees, overhanging on sidewalks and streets are becom" ing a nuisance and a hazard. In compliance with Section 9.28.010 of the Cheney Mw nicipal code which reads as follows: "It shall be unlawful for the owner or occupant of property in the city to maintain or permit any tree o shrub, either on or in front of the said property, the lower limbs or any part of which shall project or be above sidewalk or street at an elevation of less than eight Residents are urged to check their trees and and comply with the above section of the Municipal Roy S. Hansen, City Superintendent ori