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Page 4 Oheney Free Press Friday, July 30, 1905 L__ Hill ] p , , , &apos;4 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moos lave as mse guests her brother4n- Iw an.d sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jim White of BouMer, Cote. Ttmy orrived today 'ad plan to tour the Spokane ave on slmrt trips with Mr. ,and Mrs. Moos. ,lr. and Mrs. John Banks spent Surday as gu'ets of their dmshter and family, Mr. and Mrs E. L. BarVhett. On Thurs, day they were i Spokane to vit rehtives. VLrs. Mildred KaaTis, Mrs,. Mile Ball Jr., and children vce Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball ,Mr. and Mrs. Chris Betz en- tctaied as Friday evening guests :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ellis of S/mkane. The Betz's recent- ly returned from a trip to Wenatchee where they visited entertained as ,guests her bro- ther and family, Mr. 'and Mrs. Sam Brose of Seattle this week. Bob Tubbs visited "with Guy i Leach in the Veterans hospital Stmday. Mr. Leach win be con- ined there for awhile. Tu,bbs ] ,also visited Tom Grier who is in the Spokane Sanitarium forl treatment, and is respending slowly. Mrs. Floyd Fink entertain- ed the "Trim club" of vChiCh she ,is a member on Monday at her home. Diets, weighing and d, was held by the ten members. Judith and Sally Grafiots are spending the summer here Mrs. Louis Grafious, and taking with their parents, Dr. arid classes at EWSC. Ju, ddth is a graduate of Washington SKate Mrs. Lee and Dick Visit Relatives in East Mrs. Francis Lee and Dick returned from a months vaca- tion with relatives in the East. They were guests o,f Mrs. Lee's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Meter, and brothers, William Meter and family at Dansville, New York and Major Charles Meter at @larlesn, South Carolina. One of their skt e trips was to Niagara Falls then cross- ing over to the Cnadian side to view points of interest and see :a of Iorse Shoe. falls which Ls partly in Canada and partly in the U.S. The trip was made by plane. KELLEYS ON VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Chrence E. Kelley and 6aughter, Tammi, are spendirg .three weeks with Mr. Kelley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence D. Kelly at Gold- enctal, e heping with the wheat harvest. Rudy Rosenzweig lms clarge of the Soil Conservation office during Kelley's absence. VISITS AT KENNEWICK Angeh Cicero, daughter o,f Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cicero, let Monday to spend a week with with .his sister, Mrs. Ciayton Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Iarry Just and Mr. and Mrs. John Heiydt wa- catffoned at Deer Lake hst week. Mr. and Mrs. John Louthan, entertained as their guest last week, her mother, Mrs. Clara Gaay o f Spokane V, alley. Others calling during the week re a 4aughter, Mrs. Dan Maggs and two et-A1dren. 1Kiss M, arilyn Jaekson of Kent is spending the summer here with ,her uncle nd aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maos. Mrs. Ova Hutchinson from Denver, Colo., aived lt week to pend the summer here with her son-in-hw and dmhter Mr. d Mrs. E. H. Woner, anl children. The Metlmdist church Sun- day school will meet at the usual hour of 9:45 through August 15 then take a rata- Lima until Sept. 5, according to Mrs. E. H. Wagomr, super- mtendent. Many of the famil- ies -,0'_11 'be vacatiming and goiavg on tours during this time. Roeanne  Shav0 Gallo- way returned this week from Camp Sweyolakan ca .Lake Coeur d' Alene. Pa:eanne spent two weeks and Sharon one week. Both 'are in Oamp Fire grouls in Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. ])el Lodson Auction Sale Every Sat., 2 p. m. Ye Olde Auction Barn 235-4516 A Buy what you need. ntiques, washers, 2 wheel trailer, refrigerators, dinette sets, living room furniture, lawn furniture, boat, misc. Empire period antique sofa, solid cherry frame fur. niture bought and sold on ensignment. DoW N 00UE! 4 t'4 2&, .4..". , <-... 4W 4W 00The Myers D '' Defender Submersible 00I00lt00iill Pump for Home or Farm !ii, SERVICE INSTALLATION Completely quiet operation-pump and motor are entirely submerged under water in the well Outstanding performance proved by rugged, 6 months' field test-under all welt conditions NO priming, no pit, no pump house --saves up to $150.00 on installation Write or Call BENHARDT BLDG. SUPPLY, REARDAN, WN. Phone PY 6-3274 :Special Farm Rates 7-3O,8-6 Universdty and is doing rad- her cousin, Linda OswaM at uate work. Kenewick. Mrs. Cindy Gibson Hinton o GUESTS OF HOLMES Spokane will spend the next Mr. and Mrs. A. T. tIolmes few weeks here with her par- of Lemmon South Dakota were ents, Mr. and Mrs. John GSb- recent guests of the nephew. sort, while her husband is ser- virg .on the east coast. Mrs. Loule Franz is confined in he Westwoed nursing home n Spokane, recovering from a fall, when she broke her arm and injured ,her shoulder at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt entertained as a house guest a few days over the week- i end irs. Norma Doll of Moni- tor. Saturday and Sunday were spent ,at their Priest lake cot- tape. Mrs. Ted Freeman spent i Mor6ay with her dughter and i family, Mr. arid Mrs. Mike Cau- dill near Spokane. 1 Mr. arid Mrs. Lloyd Holiday entertained at dinner h st Thursday evening er parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paul of Spolne 'and a.n urmle .and uat, Mr. ,and .Mrs. Mike Gni- dtti of the Sun ,City retire- ment tmme near Phoenix. The Guidottis are visiting the Paul,. Friday their guests were Mr. Iolhday's mete, Mrs. Steve Bjarnson arid three daughters of Betllevue and his mother, Mrs. Beulah Lee. Dean Giffing .spent the week end with 'hi 9randrents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Holladay, while his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gifting, were on a trip to the coast. On Monday the Giffings left for a weeks va- cation at Loon Mke. Private Lee Baker arrived Sunflay from Gardner, Kansas 'CO spend a 15-day furlough with his wife Be ne Baker in Spo- kane and ,his parers, Mr. and Mrs. Wiam Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Furgeson have closed the Malt shop this week and are wcationing with the children. Their dugh- ter and family ,arrived from Ca'Iifornia last week. Mr. nfl Mrs. Art Calyer, proprietors of the Beelve restaurant are on vacation week. The Colyars and daugh- ter, Mihele, took a trip to the COak. Mrs. Lama I-Iansn siste of Mrs. lmer Luten, .and d,ugh- ter, Christine, who kas been attending EWSC classes in , hi$h school Creative arts ser- ies, veturamd ]mme to Biop, Calif. Both ha been with the Luiterts for :a number of weeks. Mrs. Jim Moorman spent Weneay i Spokane with her daughter, Mrs. Annabelle ]cLean, arid other relatives. Mrs. Dan DeWitt and daugh- er, Peggy, are daily visitors of 'her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. J. S. Lane. Mrs. DeWit is attending the summer sessions at EWSC. ,Mrs. Carl RutoCf spent a few 4ays in Seattle visiting her brother aml family, Mr. and rs. Albert Eaxiwa, and daughter. Mrs. Mae Van Scoyoc is con- ined in Deaconess fxAkng maj'or surgery Tuesday. She ex- pects to be there for a weel and is in room 469. Mr. arid Mrs. Kenneth Mc- CaU ,are spending tTLis week in Seattle _ng s .siSter, Mrs. Georgia Gahtll. Their daughter, Charne McCall, accompaie them to take ,ler state test as t a Beauty operator. Mrs. Marjorie Fox Funerton and son, Denny, spent a few days in Cheney .mad were. din- ner guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Earl Hilton. She is formerly of Che- ney arid now resides m Lewis- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Emer Luiten spent the weekerd in Walla Walh and attended the wed- ng of a e,phew, David Krud- wig, to Carolyn Adams Sunday dtexron in the First One- gational church. They .also visit- ed other rehiives. Mr. arid Mrs. W. L. McInre returned recently from a circle tour throtrgh Canada, going by way of Bonnets Ferry and East- Norval Holmes, :and family. MOTHER VISITS Mrs. Orra Bauer of Denver is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Wagoner. and family. VISIT SISTER Mrs. Ada Batmr and Mrs. lIala Davis and their mother, Mrs. Mary Ashworth, spent last weekend with an*other sis- ter, Mrs. Hazel Camp at Spring- dale. UNITED CHURCH SPEAKER The Rev. A. C. Delabarre will be the preacher ,at the 9:30 ser- vice of the United Church of (Jhrist, Sunday, August 1. BRYCHELLS VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bryhell and children, Joe and anette, vacaton, ed ast week on Lake Okanogan at Peactfland, B.C. They spent the time fishing, swimming and relang in the $n. CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN The Christian church Wo- men's Fellowshp will hold a reguhr meeting Thursday, Au- gust 5 at 2 p.m. in the church. The first missionary study will be in charge of Mrs. Beth Smith. Topic of the study is "Partners in Faith and Action." The Fellowship observed July as the vacation period. will ,preside. The Board of Mrs. Jim Blackslaw, president, Directors will meet Tuesday evening, Aug. 3, in the church. Steve Dobbirm, 16 year old son ,of Mr. and Mrs. Glen I)ob- bins, will join! the national Youth tour, sponsored by the Christian churches next week, and join ocher members of the tour in Idianapolis Augus 2. They will visit the United Na- tions and New York World's Fair, and the Spanish speaking Churches of New Yark. Then to Puerto Rico or the: Worm convention. They will visit the Abert Sweitzer hos- pital n I-hiti before attend- ig the work project in Ober. ha high school at Jamaica. Steve will be ,away for a mnth. gte to Jasper Park and the Olumbia Ice Fields and re- turnivg by Kotnai Lake, Cres- ton, B.C., ,and Penticton then into the Okan, ogan coantry. ,Mr. and Mrs. John Heydt and Verna spent a tvo week vacation in Mntana at reat Falls, Havre and Chinook where they visited  her mother and other relatives. Af- ter a few days at home they went to Deer lake d O'S,li- wan Dam kes. Heiydt is an employee of National Biscnit emnpanyand Mrs. Heiydt wvks at Br's grocery. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Zimmer- man spent Sunday at. Priest hke a,t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cox. Re turnig with them was their daughter-in-law nd chiklren, Mrs. Roger Zim- merman, Steve, Linch ad Jeff Who spent a week at Priest lake. CARD OF THANKS We wish to e)press or sin- ,cere th'rks to the many friends for their ldndrmSs, sympathy anA beautiful oral offerings during the sudden death of our beloved rhusbad, gad and grandpa. Mrs. Bessie are Lisle E. Dare and Children Bob ,and Carol McBride and children. BARGAIN STILL IN VOGUE Despite inaqation, a penny !or the thoughts of many pes- tle is still a fair price. I I dents, whose children Mrs. Dit- Peace (.orpz Teslz l July 27, for the EWSC stu- I ton ,las cared for for a num- lewArrivals" Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ross announce the birth of a daugh- ter Thursday, July 22, in Dea- leo.heSS hospital. The baby wlo is their first, has ,been named Maura Ann, and is a granddaughter ,of Harry Ross of Cheney. Mr..and Mrs. Steven Weigel Jr. are the parents of a sou born Friday, July 23, in Holy Family hospital Spokane. The baby, who has been naraed James Ardrew, joins a sister ,ad brother at home in Spo- kane, and is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weigel of Che- ney. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Miller are the parents of a baby boy, ,born July 23 at 8:22 p.m. The baby who weighed 9 pounds, 3 ounces hasn't been named i yet. He joins three hrthers at I the home. MANY ATTEND DARE FUNERAL Numerous relatives were guests of Mrs. Bessie Dare .and tattended funeral services for Ewart H. Dare. Iaclu, dued were Lisle E. Dare arid children, Mr..and rs. O. L. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Robe Nelson and children, Mrs. Alyce Austin and daughters and Tom Slowalter all of Ce- ney; Bob and Carol MeBTide and children of Rosaia, Mr. and Mrs. R. Wl Toycen and Ben Toycen of Eugene, Mrs. Cather- ine Short 'of Salem, Mrs. Glena Idakola :and children of Beaver- ton, Lisle J. Dare of Port An- geles, Jack Saad, 'and Mrs. Bud Nelson and ,family arid Mr. and Mrs. Wal1.a,ce Keith of Spokane, and Marulce Nelson o Co]- ville. MR. AND MRS. MILO BALL ATTEND SERVICES OF NEPHEW Mr. and Mrs. Milo Iall at- tended the furmral services of their gra,d nephew, Steven lex Rehn, in Teloa Methodist ehtweh }ast week. The 16 year oM youth drowned while swimming at Lake Chatcolet on July 13. He is .survived by his parems, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lehn, .and grandmother Mrs. Pauline Hevel, all of Tea. Bn Ann tAI ber .of years. Those Who 'h!ave 4, g# graduated and are leaving are Mr. and Mrs. Keln,neth Horns An opporttmty for Cheney leaving f0r, Tacoma; Mr. and area residents to offer their Mrs. Kenneth Alexander and abilities to the Peace Corps will and son going to Arizona; Mr. come at 9 a.m., Saturday, Au- gust 14, at the City Hall coun- cil chambers. The opportunity is the Pea,ce Corps Placemert Test, which is not passed or ailed and you can't study for it. It measures general aptitude .and the abil- ity to learn a langu, age. If, for example, test scores indicate imited language a, cquiring a- bility, the Peace Corps tries to place the applicant in m Eng- lishspeaking area. The test is used by the Peace CioS only ,as a tool in the lnatChing .of volunteers and !jobs. The Peace Corps appli- cation is the most i,mportant in- dicator ,of suitability for Peace Corps service. It must be filled out and brought to the exam unless previously submitted. Applicants should p.ian on about one and a al hours at the testing centers, unless they wish to take the Spanish or French language achievement test, which requires an addi- tional hour. EXCERPTS FROM . .. The Cheney Free Press of July 28, 1916 Eleven Cheney people ap- peared among the 1650 who had first right to ch, o,ice of hnd in the drawing of Home- steads on the Colvillte reserva- tion. They were E. E. Erickson, Owen E. Carter, Reuben T. Morgan, Yredrick J. Scott, Frank Cosad, Hugh M. Mc- Dermaid, Martin C. Holter, Alex E. Bloomquist, John P. Lasher, Clara Trull and R. L. Short. Myrl R. Fellows and J. B. Stackhoase o Medical Lake, W. H. Byers .and J. G. John s of Spangle and J. R. Williams of Tyler were ao among the lucky ones. ANNUAL REUNION PICNIC TO BE HELD August 8 tins been set for the ,annual Amber reunion pic- nic, to be held in Sutton Park, Cheney. A potluck dinner will be served ,at 1 p.m. Families to brirg food and hes. It will be the 50th anniversary or Amber selmol ,high selool grad- uates, who are still residents of Cheney area. Mrs. Josie Marsh, Mrs. race Hmrber and Miss Fmne Mason. MISSOURI CLUB HOLDS ITS ANNUAL PICNIC The Missaur&Society anual picnic  was  Sunday, July 25 in Manito Park for mem- bers and families. Over a hun- dred attended, with twelve ging from Cheney. Mrs. Walter Berglof, presi- dent, presented a program of danes numbers ,by the Silver Spurs, who gave a half hour arid tall tales, were followed by performance in costume. Ban- jo numbers, assembly singirrg contests of hog calling, races and novelty numbers. Mrs. Wiley Brawn was i clarge of kids games and provided a Spokane fire truck to give them tours of the park. An election was held wih Mrs. Bergloff, president, Wylie Brewn vice president, reelected, Mrs. Wan- da Riehards secretary, and Jack Carries, the treasurer. REBEKAHS HAVE PICNIC IO0,F and Rebekah lodges and families held a picnic in: Sutton Park, Sunday, July 25, with 50 present. Games and social "tie was enjoyed. The l pkmic 4i' ,truer featured in the diessert a large versary!- cake, inscribed to the six Gold-: en Wedding coLol'es, Who are members, celebrating the past: few years. Dr. Mike Miller and: Agnes Charlton, roble grands were present to greet the 'ho red guests. "A man's mind, stretched by a new idea, can never go back to its origal dimension."-- Oliver Wendell Holmes. The Medmdist church Wv- men's Society ,held a coee hour, following the Sunday mornin wership service, July 25, in honor of Mrs. W. Sibley i who will move to Columbia! Fal Mont. to teach in the school system. And for Mrs. Jack Kapo who  move to Eugene Ore., where her hus- band will teach in the schools. Mrs. D. I4_mes presided at the refreshment table. Rev. Phifip FAsen, haver was the guest 'er to bring the message at the services in the absence of Rev. oard Pitts, who is on vacation in Canada. CALL FOR BinS Sealed bids will be received at the office of the City Clerk at Cheney, w,, u=ll s:00 p. m. Aunt x, xo constrctlng curb and sidewalk or . Seventh and Cedar Streets at the swimming lool. The work involves the grading and constructin 560 lineal feet of cement concrete curb a 310 square yards ce- ment concrete side walks as shown o the attached plan. All work to be done in accordance with the State of Washington. Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, 1963 Edition. Plans and specifications for the work may be seCUred from Mr. :Fess, City Clerk at the City Hall at Cheney or from Clarence E. Simpsm, City Erin- eer, N. 909 Argonne Road, Spokane, Washington. Attest: Roy Foss, City Clerk (July 30-Aug 6) DITTONS ENTERTAIN WITH PICNIC DINNER Mr. and Mrs. 3ohn DiLLon en- tertained with a picnic dinner ,on their hwn Tuesday evening, and Mrs. Jolm Morris daughter who will kane V,alley; Mr. and Minnick and children Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Don and daughters who will near Omak. Other ents present will have year at Eastern. : cONGRESS KILLS EXCISE : li00X ON WAICHES! @ $ e @ e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ 0 @ Buy now... Save 10% on every Bulova! Bulova gives you more quality for your money. Now Butova is a better buy than ever. Come in today- and choose from our large selection. You save 10% - and get the lowest prices in years! Smith Jevcel00rs, 408 FIRST STREET, CHENEY, WASH. Art Point Invkafloa$ can help make youz Im- portant everg tt won&tfd successl Invltatlon that will add quality and tochl orrectness to your wedding. Virginia C.ourtenay' etiquette, booklet "Now that you m I Htttled" contains many helpful suggestions and mate chit-chat on Important social customs before and the weddlnlt. Each bride-to-be may have a copy; Call for you@ The Cheney Free Press d