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le Hews inia M. Strock RETURN HOME ald Mrs. Herb Krauel, and Kathie have returned a vacation trip to Can- MENTIONS and Mrs. Ben Gerking several clays last week at the home of Mr. and Loren Morehead, Stark, Tuvrmr, son of Dr. Ray Turner, Lewiston, several days last week grandparen,ts, Mr. and Byers. and Mrs. Clarence Clam parents of a son, Mon(ay evening, 11, at Deaconess hospital. weiffhed 5 pound, 13 Two days ater he ws the nurseLry by Lon- Green, 8 pounds, 4 son of Mr..and Mrs. Green. Mothers and bab retturned ,hone. Mill was .hormred on his aday Sunday with a alton, tied by his family. was held at the h, ome with Mrs. Green, Leslie Green, and Mrs. Dick Atkirson sow, Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Kathryn, aH of Spo- td Green, Seattle, Mr. Ron Green and cbil- SparLgle, and Mr. and Johnson, Pine City, g. evening Mrs. Leslie ee Lilldan Brewer, will slides of the Alaskan ,at the Spangle church, beginning at rn. Tlo,se who have al- seen the slides say they even more vividly th,an photos the great magni- of the disaster. Everyone invited to attend. and Carol will ,attend jun- at Zephyr Lodge on Lake this week. and Mrs. Gordon Crab- Will spend several days Week attending the tele- company fishirg derby The Crabtree ehil- Will spend he time with aunt, Mrs. Sue Fritch- ia Spokane. number of Spangle resi- the wedding of Rasmussen in Spo- Sunday. More in detail Young escaped in- 'hn he lt a soft shmould- the cour,,ty road between and Reitly corner. damage was done hood of the pickup, and )n the cab floor the windshield side, narrowly Youn,g. and Dormie Green hree da:s n, Sqokane their cousins, IOm Foster, vchen their was in the De,ac,oness Roxie C,lausen is a vis- 'at the Clarence Clansel o care for the baby. lyler Hews Mrs. ketha Plotts BROWNS MAKE VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and family called on the Lee Ablemans in Cheney Saturday aftern, oon. KEITHS HAVE VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Brizer of Wenatchee .and the Keith's grandaughter, Carry Otto of Post Falls, visited the Keiths Sunday. ,Mr. and Mrs. Tom Campbell and three .children of Clarks- ton called on the Keiths Sat- urday evening. ,Mrs. Campbell is the former Nada Even'son. PERSONAL "MENTIONS Mrs. Emily Cobble ef Ialis- poll, Mont., was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Arlie Ableman, from Saturday to Monday. The Lloyd Abtemas left Sunday for Clarkston to be with her sister, Mrs. Charles Prentice, ho is ill in a Lewis- ton hospital. Mrs. Lott}e Gran, t of Los An- geles was a Sunday visitor at the Les Brown home. Other callers were Mrs. Emma Brown and Mrs. Lorea Tru,edson of Sprague. The three Shea families pic- nicked on Mount Spokane Sun- day. Jerry Davi's of Portland was an ,overnight visitor Thursday of his sister, Mrs. Elmer Har- r;.s. He and Mrs. Harris and another sister, Miss Dorothy Davis, lunched in Spokane Wednesday. The Ed Betz Jr. family vis- ited her mother, Mrs. Ella Ba- ker, at Clayton SunSay, then went to Deer Lake to bring their son, David, who has be:en in boy's cmp there, home. Joe Schell's sister, Mrs. Mar- vin Eisenbach, ,her husband and son, Roy, Seattle, were guests of the ScheRs Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Moore o.f Yakima called on the Wes Ablemans Monday. Mrs. Gilbert Peterson and Grace Mickelson attended the home economics conference at he Inland Power nld Light building Tuesday to pick up avcaTds for blue ribbon win- hers. Mrs. Myrtle Ableman received two place mats from state. Mrs. Ableman, Mrs. Dris Betz and ,Mrs. Jack Brown rcceived a Kwick Kut i chopper :and dish cloths from Pamona. T,he Petersors visited the Lesiie Pau]s in Cheney Sun- day. East Cheney By Anna Phillips MRS. LING VISITS Mrs. Elma (Babb) Ling (>f Los Angeles has been a ffouse guest of her niece, Mrs. Helen Boots and nephew, Albert Babb, the past week. Last Thursday evenng Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Boots and Mrs. Ling called on the John Babbs. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Stovall, Cary and Scott of Westby, V/is., .and Mrs. Mike Bilodeaux and amily of Lebanon, Ore., were weekend guests of the! Boots. The Stovalls and Mrs. Bilodeaux (Patty Wagner) are former Cheney resident. .Callers last Sunday at the 13uots' home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller ,of Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Curtis and Emery Babb. Mr. and Mrs. George Kendeil of Del Mar, Calif., are visiting the Babbs and the Boots. P-= RSON &L 'MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. John tabb spent the weekend with hex parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Andren, Blue Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. David Buddrius and Duane of Almira. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phil- lips ,and Johnny were last Saturday evening dmrev guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baird of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Vern D. Har- rington, Ruth, Kelly, Oiver' and baby Vern arrived last Wednesday from Erglan, d to spend his leave wiVh his par- e n!ts, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Har- rixgton. Mr. Ha,rrinton will be staticned at the Larson base. Mrs. Mabel Ellard of Lewis- ton, Mrs. Lorene Taylor and niece, Vicki Clay, Riggins, idaho, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton. The ladies ,are sisters of Mrs. Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry amp- ton spezt from Thursday to Saturday at Vancouver, Wash., attending the funeral of J. W. Harper, a friend. Mr. and Mrs. Larry. Ofiver spert last Sun&ay evening with mg host grange during the tours. Earl Hill presented Mrs. Leon Christensen of Peone Grange a trophy for special ritualistic demonstration at the turs. Laura Klinghaum ,and Mary Gabby were presented general ribbons, a wheat organization cook book and s:ugar by Fl'ora Mattausch for winning second place at State Grange in the bread and cookie bake-off. Windsor Gran'ge had seven members present at the Pom- ona meetings. They were Dale Guest, Mrs. Guest, Audrey Werhan, Adelaide Larsen, Lawren, ce Charneski, Irma Stragier and Leona Widner. Past Pomona Master of Ma- son Count)', Mrs. MAntle Ahern, She]ton, was present at the Fomora Grange .meeting. She is visiting relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johnston. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sw,ansn and relatives drove to Worley, Idaho, Friday evening to have dinner. Mr. ,and Mrs. Mark Dalton of Clarkston spent several 4ays visiting relatives ,and friends, in,eluding the Roy Daltons, Earl R, ohwers, Fred Swansons and Mrs. Rupp, who is in the hospital. They returned home Tuesctay. Mrs. Maxine Otson, Michelle, Karen and Jimmy drove to Coeur d'Alene MonSay. V/h,ile timre they took mevin,g pic- tures. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Port- er attended the lomona grarge meeting last Saturday. 41 AT SHOWER Amber News By Jennifer Jordan Mrs. Milo Flannery of Spo- t:ane was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. H,rry Oeser. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oeser and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Oeser were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McLeod and Siren of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Thompsma and Susanne of St. Maries, Idaho. Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris were dinner guests on their 43rd we4dfng anni- versary of Mr. arid Mrs. J. H. Harris and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. McDonald and family of Spolcane were visitors Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cot&ill. Mr. and Mrs. W,illiam M,cta and Billy are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Dahl and family ts week. Mrs. Binna Dummeier was a Directory City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FI RST 235-4732 CUSTOM BUILDING FHA, VA or Conventional Financing Free Estimates ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE 424 First Phone 235-4050 Friday, July 24, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 3 Tuesday luncheon guest of i Mrs. Lloyd Rowles. Mrs. Mad- ame Mahmud, a visiting in- stru.ctor at EWSC from Pakis- tan, gave a talk. Mrs. Dummemr and Franc Mason drove to Pullman Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Mi]ler Jr.'s s:ister, Mrs. Laddie Sc,hlimmer, her husband and their chikren, Biil and Julie, spent Sunday with Mrs. Miller .and her fam- ily. Mrs. Karen Miller spent Such- day with her mother, Mrs. Rob- ert Curtis, at a Spokane ,hos- pital. Mrs. Curtis is recovering from pneumonia. Cherle Knauft spent the weekend with Demse Rietz. Carol Sooy was a Wednesday overnight guest of Jennifer Jot(tan. SPEED YOUR WORK WITH A Robber Stamp FOR SPEEDY SERVICE ORDER DIRECT FROM Cheney Free Press YEARS OLD o,. Code No. 572F $3" PINT Code No. 572P Mr. and Mrs. Harry t{ampton. ! ari, a,. z ...... boa al "I 1 Sr ...............  ' ...... Ir: and Mrs. Bt 1 Heay !. Imembers, friends aad relatives n{l vir. ann twrs. tl HeatYl:e ]vra}odv Adai,- ut the bi, dal Jr of C o00be00t were 00ast Sat00'-I;00gw; r in -ho,nor last 6ay dinner guests o Mrs. Anna ,ao,],, =, .,,',, -  Phillips and Mrs. Cla enee I)a- I grange hall vis. 12 TABLES PLAYED Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner 141 AT GRANGE Pomorm Gran,ge me)t 1,ast Sat- urday in the Trentwood ange hall with 141 in attendance during the afternoon and eve- nirg meetings..Pom'ora Grange presented trop'hies to Henry Mantz of Moran Grn,ge, who acted pro tem for he master. Moran Grange had he most outstan, ding program for the Fell,ovcship Tours. Moran cane !in fourtl', in the quartette con- test .t the State Grange. A banner fr.m Ste Grange was presented by labei Johnston to Mantz. Mrs. Johnston pre- sented Dale Guest, master of Windsor Grange, a large one- half gallon cup and saucer she had made in a kiln with his name in ,honor of his being the only grange maser in Spo- kane County ate 'd. g all the tours. She a Iso presented him with a trophy for Windsor Grange for h.avirg the most grangers prese.nt at the ours with under 130 members. Dwight Beach presented Virgil Grafmiler, master of tlalf Moon Gralge, a trophy for its being he most outstand- O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Sunset Grange had 12 tables of cards in play last Friday evening. Among lhese .attend- ing were Mr. arid Mrs. Carl Roskam and Mrs. Roskam's bro ther ,and wife from the coast, who are visiting the Roskarns. Mr. and Mrs. Roskam visiced I friends in town and had droner out, to celebrate tle first weddi,ng anniversary last Thursd, ay. PARTY PLANNED Windsor Grange will hae a card party this Saturday at 8 p.m. Paadis Grange will also have a card party at 8:30 p.m. this Saturd,ay. . and M, rg:." Fred Swanson ad-Mr, and ,Mrs. Tim H,odson are hosts for the ParacEse card party. 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, Col'lect. a24tf Real bourbon people reach for WALKER'S DELUXE They enjoy the extra flavor of the extra years. SIRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 86.8 PROOF HIRAM WALKER & SOHS INC., PEORIA, ILL I) makes all types of quality trucks ill Dance and Lecture Program Thursday, July 30 --- 7:30 p. m. SHOWALTER AUDITORIUM, EWSC, ADM. FREE EIGHT SOLO DANCES IN TRUE KOREAN TRADITION PRESENTED BY SUMMER QUARTER ARTIST SERIES CHEVROLET Telephone your 6hevrolet dealer about any type of truck Brown and Holter Motor Co. 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY 235-6231