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Prairie I News By Lana Evans HELD Prairie Prancers 4-H their annual picnic July 26, at Badger g were Mrs. Mrs. Dutton, ]arlene Brown, Virginia and tie RusseR and Vickie Dut- Rohrbach, Carol Ken- Green and her Tacoma, Wash. The 'ed swimming, boat- and a picnic. ?ARTIES IN SESSION l'ast card party held 'Paradise Grange hall, there were eleven pllay. There will be at Win.d'sor July3'l 14, another wi! be :H NEWS Hal Stack, of World visited the M, arsihall chtrch, making ar- for the Korean vcbich will be here in Saturday, July 30 the Yo,urg People of Community church ),ate in the annual the mountains near Chaperones will be Webscer, Mr. and and the Rev. and Plans are a Friday nght, a mormng, and a afternoon. They 'home Saturday eve- is an event sc,hed- for members of the are of high school age. Community 'mual Bible camp, to the Assembly of God at Silver lake of August 23 FEILDING Fielding of Route-l, serious and after an acci- the Inland Empire which she was hit 18, is still cxmfin- .lmsital. The reportedly lost car on rounding high Both ,and the died two hour eva,sh. Mrs.. Fielding wa a rare incklent it was fortunate she belt fasten- from the other her wind- lto the front seat, acid all over. DS FILLED Mrs. Crl Noble and Don Shelton anti and Peggy, re- ceny picniced at Badger ake. Mr. and Mrs. Foyd Oonnelly, Miss Esther Wendel, arid Lana Evans recently spent the week end at Pend Orielle river. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Arndt and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dalton, Diane, Vickie, and Russell spent the p ast week fishing and clam digging at Westport. Mrs. Ed West, Les,lie, Larry, Steve and Russel, recently re- turned from a vacation at Dis- neyland. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dalton, p,ast residents ,of the are,a, visit- .e.d with friends ,here last week. They are liin,g in Carksto,n,. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Ross of Route 1, Spokane, July 22, a baby girl, Lori Ann weighing seven pun:ds and three ounces. East Cheney By Anna Phillips Recent visitors of Mrs. Es- ther Stelzer, Darrell anl Delorie were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lutz from Calgary, Canada. Mrs. Stelzer, Darrell and Deloris at- tended the funeral of Ted Mentz of Colville last week on Wednesday. Mrs. Stelzer and Deloris were Sunday dinner guests 'of Mrs. Ruth Kuta and Jeanine of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Michaelson and son or Minneapolis, Minn., were iaiso present. The occasion were birthdays of Mrs. Kuta and Mrs. Michaelson. Mrs. Kuta is a sister of Mrs. Stelzer and Mrs. Mic,haelson a niece. Mr. Lon Allen, father of Mrs. Vern Harring-ton, let by pbane last Monday for his home in San Jose CaLif., after visit- ing relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hampton and family of Spokane spent last Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton and help- ed celebrate Mr. Hampton's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dmpton attended the: Eastern Star picnic ,at Franklin park Thursday. Oatlers at the Hamp- ton borne were Mr. and Mrs. ttugh Hart of Spangle Satur- day evening andMrs. Esther Stelzer and Del,oris Sunday eve- nng. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schlagen and family of Kent were week- end guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish and family. House guests 04 Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown were their daugh- ter Mrs. Betty lay ,nd her friend Miss Lily D'Cleir 04 toise, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ar- chic Ooey off Spokane and their daughter and Chs and Robbie "Mrs. John Richardson" [of Illinois last Sunday to Benge, Wshington to the 'home of Mr. arid Mrs. E. A. Norris. unhere they joined Mrs. Ethel Zarnes of Grants Pass Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Weloeme of San Diego, Cal. Mrs. Zornes, Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt APPALOOSAS BRING HOME MORE AWARDS Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mumaw and family e ntmed their ap- paloosa horses in the Spokane WunderBck's sister and Lam- ily etuxned with her to spend a week. Mr. ,and Mrs. Cliff Ro,hrhach and family attended a family reunion of the HM1 family in Oakesdale, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. George Schae- fer and family spent several County Posse Hc.rse Show and days at Tucannon in te Blue were lucky wimers aain. 2 mountains camping out. HM's Hey Robe received grand Mrs. John Heinemarm and champion Gelding and 1st in the color class; 2HM's Tuspot took reserve champ$on stallion; 2HM's War Cry took 1st in the 2-year old and under class, and 2HM's Pinkeys Choice took 1st in the 2-year and under mare class. The Muma,ws are taking Hey l%obe to the Girl Scout camp at Farragut Saturday and Sun- Say for ,horse how arid dem- onstration put on by horse own- ers in and around the Irfland Empire. INTERNATIONAL HOMEMAKERS MEETING British Columbia, CAarmda, and Washington State counties (Spokane, Stevens, Pend Orille and Lincoln) were host to an International Homemakers meeting at the Nation,al Park recreation area in Kettle Falls July 21. Mrs. Bernard Kline, Mrs. Lawrenec Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Oliver and daugh- ter, Dixie, Mrs. Glenn Calsyn, Mrs. Anna Erfurth, Mrs. IAoyd Lovell and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Htaidey attended. All of the la- dies are members of the Four Lakes Hub Club. The theme was "Hands Across The Border." The ladies were informed on wh'at all of the clubs were d,oing and of their plans for the future. The d, ay was spent in getting ac- quainted with each club. WELCOME TO THE COMMUNITY Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roth and two childre,n from Mar- s:hall. They are living in their new home on Hallett Road. Roth is employed as a teleg- rapher for the N.P. railroad. NEWS BRIEFS M,r. and Mrs. Wo(xirow Hun- ter arid family .have moved from the community to their new home at 4714 N. Madison in Spokane. Mrs. Ruth Wunderh'ck and family returned from a vaca- tion to Blackfoot, IdaJho. A f.amily reunion was held. Mrs. Mrs. Welcome and Mrs. Conley are sisters. Mr. Norris a broth- er and Mrs Richardson, a mece of Mrs. Strup. Jack Kile is guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips and J(hn- ny. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Havring- ton and ramify of Lars:on Air Force Base were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Vern Haringto. sons, Terry and Rardy, are panrdng a weekend 04 camp- ing at Kootnay lake in Oanada. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Keller and daughter, Debbie, arid grand- daughter, Lisa, of Taeome were house guests of the A1 Keller family. Karn Grothe, daughter 04 Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Grothe, cele- brated her fifth birthday with a party at her home. Five of her little girl friends were guests. Sorry to report Mrs. Carl Abitzs had another trip to the hiopital after compUeations from her rec:ent operation. Tommy Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, is in the Holy Family hospital with a case of bronchitis. Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill A picnic is being planned for Sunday, Aug. 8, to be held in Sutton park for anyone inter- ested in or originaUy from th Amber district. A picnic pot luck dinner will be served at' 2 p.m. Everyone is asked to bring a picnic lunch and silver, and punch or coffee. Mr. and Mrs. How,ard Buob celebrated their 43rd wedding anniversary Saturday by taking a drive and having dinner in Worley, Iffaho. The rain of last week has slcrwed the harvesting of hay in this area. aying is ear- ing ar end, .howe,,er, and most fiarmers are startirg to get ready for the eombinin,g of grain in beut two weeks. Tammy Miler, daughter 04 Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Miller, celetwted her 4th birthday Saturday. HERALD REEDS ENTERTAIN Mr..and Mrs. Herald Reed en- tertained on July 17 wiCh a !birthday dinner in hen,or of their grandson, Doug Grimm's first birthday and Satrtrdosr they erertained with a din- ner for son-in-law, Ed Grimm's birthday. Others present be- s'ides the ,honored guests at both dinners were Mrs. F_,d Grimm and Cindy, Mrs. Peter DeTrant ,and family, Lew Beed, Mrs. Mary A shworth and Martha Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Knaut and fmily of Oshawa, Onuric, and Mr. arid Mrs, Bud Smith and Miss Myrna Rietz of Spo- kane were Sunday dinner guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Ritz and family. Terri MiLler is visiting for a few days this week with her grand,parents Mr. and Mrs. Summer Rbert curtis of Osborne, Ida- ii Ttch. Sgt. Peter DeTmnt let Fort Yukon on July 23rd and reported to Emendorf AFB and is expected ome this S P E C I A L S f0000C0000rrmk'e00hi;00d?eU00;':Ll00be!;'tth:i! Steel Wheelbarrows $10.45 value .... STEEL GRASS CART Regular $10,69 LAWN SPREADER $16.95 Value $8.95 Value Now $8.95 where he h, as a new assign- ment. lVirs. Christine Nielsen off Spokane was a Sunday viMtor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oeaer. She is a cousin of Mrs. Oeser. Spangle News t Now only $14.50 Now only $7.60 >:, By Jeanne Green Now $9.10 Degon Weds AI .Jacobsen iss Dorothy DeG(m, daugh- ter ,of Mr. and Mrs. Ted DeGo , of Spn,gle was recently mar- ried to A1 Jacobsen  the STmrgle GhrisUan Church. Christian Church The church was beauUfully decorated with baakets off white daisys and coral glads for the can41eligt ceremony. 0 ly $1500 T bride wore a taffeta .  floor Ienh gown accented by a lace apron nd a large bew. The lace bodice was decoy- 00c0nd Ifand Power Reel Mower 'Brig g s Stra00nEngine Garden Hose 5/8x50, was $8.95 .......................... now $7.60 5/8x25 was$6,15. ........................... now $5.30 1/2x25 was $3.95 ............................ now $3.25 1/2x50 was$5.95 ............................ now $4.95 Soakers 50 foot, reg. $4.98 ............................ now $3.95 25 foot, reg $3.25 ............................ now $2.75 OSE TRELLIS, 2x8, regular $4.95 only $3.95 AlL BOXES, $2.95 O.S. vV-14iTE--iAINT, $4.95 INT ROLLERS & COVERS 9 in. , , - - ....................... $1.69 Cheney Bldg. Supply On the highway Norm Hove 235-6243 ,ated with small pearls. Her firgerfip veil was held by a small crown. She carried a bouquet of daiies and an or- ckid. Mrs. Jud Rose was maxm of ,horror for ,hey sister. The hirdesmaids were Mrs. Goxi(m Yourg, Miss lViagaret Buck, Miss Sherry &obsen, sister 04 the groom, and Mss ,Father Haugen. They were aU attired in green dresses with sma net veils. They carried bouquets of pink roses which had been made by Mrs. Jack DeGon, who also made all the dresses, in- cluding the. bride's dress. Crdle lighters were Miss De Gon's cousins, Barbara mad Sammy C, ompogn.0, and flower girls were nieces Tammy Rose and Janet DeGon. These girls were attired in the same colors the brides maids. Best Man Best 'man was Mr. Jacobsan's brother-in,law, Bernard Noal. Ushers were brother of the bride, Jack DeGon, Rick and I Friday, July 30, 1965 CozT Cormnesser and Herb I  7--.-- . . " " as D)ro- removea zrom her eye ms Smith. Ring berer w [ ; ..... thv's nerhew Douglas DeGon i wee. ne is none and doing ..... fi , -,,: .... e;-tedl ne now She will 'be at the icy. l.C'll '.Zt2ZlkLll'g 'OlIlt:la t " at the 4ouble ring ceremony. [ Gordon Young home or sev- Soloist was Miss Linda Hof I erai weeks. man and pianist was Mrs. Paul Sievers. Miss Inda Wright- meyer was in charge of the guest ,book. Mrs. Jack DeGon Mrs. Frank DeGon and Miss Barbara Compogno were at the gift table. Mrs. Joe Byers cut the cake, Mrs. Jim Crnmesser )oared punch and Mrs. Angnus Compogno poured coffee. The couple wiU reside in Spokane. ROY MILL CELEBRATED 88TH BIRTHDAY Roy Mill was honored at a family get together at the Verl Helmer home for his 88th birthday Sundy a.fternoan. Tlmse attert@ing were Mr. and Mrs. Gardma Green, Les Green Mr. ,and Mrs. Dick AeMnson Fank, Rick and John. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rigsby and Kathryn aU of Spokane, Ed Green of Se- attle, Fred Johnson of Pine City and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Green, Bonnie, Donnie and Lonn,ie. The family erjoyed a lrge pot luck dinner .and cake and ,home made ice cream. SERVICES HELD FOR CASPER FLAIG Casper Flaig of Sea, side, Ore- gon passed away last week. He was the brother of Joe Flaig and Mrs. Pauline Rohwer, and he had n,umerous nieces and nephews in the Spangle aea. Services were held in PortLand. ,Mrs. Sack Rigsby and daugh- ter visited at the Verl Helmer 'home last Wednesday. Recent visitors at the Hugh ttart home were a nep,hew, Bennie Green, and nieces, Deb- hie and Dena, aft frn Spo- kane. Gneney Free Pre Page 3 tOURE [VIUHE .... GIVE MOREto AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 5 Years of Costly Education To learn how to dispense your prescription safely and accurately, your pharmacist is required by law to undergo five years or more of rigorous, costly training. He must then invest thousands of dollars in a multi- tude of drugs, many of them rarely called for. He must also invet in a wide variety of precision equipment-expensive equip- ment-designed for the proper storage, compounding, and packaging of each pre- scription. This is more proof that TODAY'S PRESCRI PTION IS THE BIGGEST BARGAIN IN HISTORY Cheney Drug 410 First Street, Cheney i COLLEEN CRABTREE HOSPITALIZED Mrs. Colleen Crabtree under- went major surgery Tuesday morning at the Deaconess 'hos- pital. She wl remain there for several more days. FIRE ALARM ANSWERED Sunday evening the fire alarm was answered by the Spongte and Cheney fire de- partments. The fire was the old McMiehael home. The house and garage burned to the ground. It ,has been vac- east for many years. Mrs. Ro- bert Lamberton, Mrs. Nettle MLtl an, d Mr. and Mrs. Erni Gvoth greatly appreciated the many volunteer firemen who .helped keep the blaze under control. There were several grain fields surround the o:d .house, but quick work lre- vented the fire from sreading to them. Old fi, mers say this was one of the oldest ihous,e in the area. Y[r. and Mrs. Ben Gerkig traveled to Hami:ton, Mont., to officiate at a funeral of a for- mer friend this past week. Mrs. Sadie Bardwell under- went surgery to ha, ve cataracts $4.45 VALUE WHILE IT LASTS! Pete the Painter RT. 1 CHENEY 235-6521 ) r H  ri  ill ":l":i(: :i mmi i" " ,I '" IOth Anniversary NH USE Today a.d Tomorrow Come and celebrate with VALLEY VOLKSWAGEN! Because you've made our first en Volkswagen years such happy and successful ones, we're celebrating our 10th Anniversary with a very special partyl There'll be refreshments, favors, interesting displays.., and, of course, lots of "Volkswagen talk" as you tour our VW head- quarters. Open House all day Friday and Saturday-- and you're invitedl Come, and bring the family. @ AUTHORIZEO DfLER VALLEY VOLKSWAGEN, INC. S. 117 Fancher, Spokane Phone No. 535-3595 " ''" ' (JUly "28-3U1 I You, and each of you, are hereby tram-'price therefor to accompany the bid, --" (July 23-Aug. 6)