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News Mrs. James Widner LISTED grange had 19 ta- Cards in play last Sat- Among those John Bech, Carl Harold Smith, Dave Otto Lundsirom, Vida S,uie Windsor and Wilson. Among those were Mr. and Bech, Mr. and Mrs. Irma Hansen, and Mrs. Frank lad Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nin,a Hobbs, Elean- and Audrey Werhan of the refresh- grange will have a apper before grange :Wednesday at 7 p.m. VOWS Brown ,and Vern members of Sun- were married in July 21. They in Glacier and parks, returning ill.; Delbert and family of Hazelton, Idaho; Mrs. Melvin (Pat) Gay and family, Tin Falls, Idaho; Mrs. Harold Williams and family, Daven- port; ,and Bruce and family of Seattle. The Carmans had sev- en ctgidren and 13 grandc,&apos;ld- ren present at the reunion It was the first time in several years all the f, amily was to- gether. Betty Jean Carman's saddle horse was run down by a freight train recently and killed. Mrs. Helen Schum,acher and ieona Widner .surprised Mrs. Rosie Van Cleric en her 81st birthday last Mond, ay width a basket of fruit, ice cream and cake. Mrs. John Davis enter- tained at dinner for Mrs. Va,n Clene that evening. Mrs. Fred John,son entered Deaconess hospital 'hst Sunday for tests and an ex,amination. Mrs. Maxine OLson and child- ren and I,eona Widner visited Mrs. Art Winn in Malden Last Tuesday. They visited gvaes of relatives in the Pine City [yler News Mrs. Letha Plotts SISTER DEPARTS Mrs. Emily Cable Ieft Satur- day {or 'her home in, Kal, ispel, Mont., after visiting her sister, Mrs. Arlie Able,man, and other relatives for the past week. Mrs. Ableman's sister, Kate Den, nis, Omak, was an over- night guest at her home Fri- day. Mrs. Dennis called on Mrs. John Ham Friday fternoon. The Ablemans have gone to Cheney to care for Lee's traier court while the Lee Ablemans are vacationing. HOME FROM CLARKSTON Mr. Lloyd Ableman returned Tuesday from CLarkston. Mrs. Ableman remained in CLark- ston o care for her sister, Mrs. i Charles Prentice, who under- went major surgery in the hospital Saturday. )ERSONAL, MENTIONS Friday, July 31, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 3 nursirg home from the Elmor Manor in Spokane. "Mac" made his home with the Re- zeau Plotts for many years. Mrs. Plotts spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Plotts Sr. Mike Adair of Spokane is w,orking at the Plotts ranch this harvest. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea were overnight guests of his bro- ther, William Heideman, at Eonners Ferry Sunday rA'ht. The Don Sheas had Sunday dinner with them before they left, Mrs. Don Shea and son Pat dined wRh Mrs. Edith tusch in Spokane Friday. Mr. arLd Mrs. Elmer Harris :returned home Saturday after a week of deep sea fshing ith the Vern Morgans of Cam,as. Monday they went to their cabin on Priest Lake. Dave Harris spemt the time in Seattle and other points an the coast. The John Oisans of BeLlevue were Saturday callers at the Joe Sehell home. Chester Cooper is helping Bill losenau with his baying during his acation from the orstoial school. Mrs. Ida Ham, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ham and children of Che- ney were recent callers at the John Ham home. VaccinaUon',st measles is recommended at the baby's ninth month. TRIP TAKEN at their ranch The Iorlahers, _ _ .' '  ' , College, Bozeman, Mont. In practice session are Pennie Taft, a Mrs. Bill C:hilders, are cousins. J Spokane, Alan Biehl, Cheney, and Shari Berntsen, Tacoma. lcIrs. Glen Edwards,  I Thirty-seven top music students from Washington and Montana ean, ._. ano lvrs,  .... I_ &l_. _  [practiced in ensembles, studied music and played for individual ,l7oset:YorKe i r: p.,gl rw w Icriticism. Festival reached climax Saturday evening with a con- [aho ' i v J v " a" " oc cert in which the group combined with the MSC summer sym- . las Find'a_ vhee, B_ Vlr ,ma M. Str__k , . s had a 41 mile ride/H ......... t P nnette- h ", UI= ANU KUW  e hl:Ls. Twenty,two[cL.= -r,, [ a barge trip around | ;.,,, ,., ..... .,v .. der the direction of NeLlie, nie arid Donnie Green, Steve , e nee ana urow ,n gar ,. . Oreile. Friday mght .... . .'; .. "] hole,n, associate professor of Anderson and Donna Crab- a clam bake near the 1 2ennuCU%renms ae9 t'neir [ poino at iewis and Clark Col- tree. : the lake witei, =__;t__ t week lege Mr. and Mrs. Armin Vogt .- g . memoers ano .near[ Widely known as a master are parents of a baby girl, AY PARTY HELD mOrtners }ourmg .m.e gar.aelns. [teacher, Miss Tholen has serv- Kristme, born Sturday in a .......... Ine man YrmswyK Jomea the oa th-,m-hout th r S okane hos it, al The 'rI and AdeLaide Lars,en Iz -v 2"?. . .... ':" as an adjudicator She has werghed over sax pounds and .. , uemon'sraHons were lven o ,. .' ' ,sters, honored Mrs. [B ....  ......... g .... _Yljudged prone students at hum- ts a first chitd for the young . :,a.y --,,-m u, nuw tu rialL " " ' O le both of om ,r gren with a brthdayl Ueed ......... l erous music feshvals m Can- c up , vch a e roames, tary zenm the German hall in I  ......... . ff ] ado ,as well .as in this country eache:rs in the Liberty schools. . on urgamc iVl&tter ann uen-  , m Mr ' " ,uly 17 an Mrs Col ..........  [Daring the course she shared Mr. a .1 s. Bill Schmche ,. .......  .  m,s rarugust on pus%rag e'er ,. ...... tohinc foo'hnin an famil ' and Cl, ar n e Je k ,,, ,ug. .e gaue,, o n Sunla at " born in Sve.den JuN/ ........... i and used prone students or  e t . y Priest Lake, -- L'ILIU memuers are an,fly t:orn- % , -, coming to the U S A   .   demanstratmn purposes, where they joined the rest of _ :. .. "; " messer, UCK tasmussen, uen- M'*e-s h  "+ --duated the Jeske amily and the WaS I0 years oo. net] ni . i ,y  :a juo Nxe ' ' . ed o Sp0kane s .R..august, B arrr, Gary and from Walla Walla CoLlege with Claude Hollmgs for a day of the great fire in el%ien_be: eKy anu ar- a B. A. in music and will be swimming and wter sports. . g.- er ne }our mey beginnin.g his first year of Rev. Lodgson, retired Spo- presented Mrs. e WmtLbneersrTrO  eie# teaching in piano and general kane pastor, cailled on the a birthday ift ' . ; ..... ._ mu,sic .at Upper CLumdia Harold Aliens lst week. Rev. " " roast anti pOtIUCK mrmer at }ne en .attends card , ...........  . .. :<ademv near Spokane. I odgson vas the rrfinis:!er who .... va., ruuuweu uy rne cmo '' .resided at the Allen s' wed- tenu; arm Keeps meetin-  ,. - late news. s. PERSONAL MENTIONS (ung a numoer ot years ago. cemetery, had .dinrier in the CHAMBER MUSICAlan Biehl of Cheney was one of three Mr. and Mrs. Art Stengle mad family returned home Friday evening in Rosa,La and visited Washington high school students taking part in the eighth Mr. and Mrs. Walt HorLacher annual festival of chamber music last week at Montana State 'a.fter a twe-week trip to Okla- homa Oity, Okl'a., where they lv, isited her mother, Mrs. Ivy "[ Williams. They as0 visited [Jack Paine a,t Gredy, N. M. Sl00an [Bobble Sten!gle remained at I home as he was working. The LeRoy J, ackson family enjoyed a week vacation at Locksaw ,and Arrow Point, Ida- ho. They were accompanied by the Everett Retter family of Spokane. Eugene McCarthy has been transferred to the Cheney Russell R. MENTIONS Wayne e'n,ter- Argus 'baby sitting Park in Spo- Stmday. in, inert Kampa enter- lunch Thursday for Margaret KrJght, and a girlhood R. S. Hester of Mrs. Ctell Lung and of Paseo and Mrs. and daughter of are vsiting Mrs. Corre.U of Gar- has returned visiting her sster, Kampa, and her John and Charlie Mrs. Gus Carman, met the other and their in Yellow- for a reunion. 30 present. The hildren, who attend- schools, were Gary now of Chicago, a CAMP TRIP SET Nine girls are going to 4-H COtmty camp August 3 o 7 at Camp Heyburn on Lake Chat- colet. Debbie Byers, Patti John- son, Shirley Cramer, Becky Fl'aig, Sharon and Janet Pier- so], Carol Ann Splichal and Ann Mc!Gnlay, with the club paying one-half expenses. Two of the girls, Sharon Pier- sol and Carol Ann SpIic:hal, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hall and sons Kelly, Kevin and Roger, arrived Thursday to spend their vacation at the .home of Mrs. Bertha Hall and other relatives and friend,s in the area. On Surday Mrs. Bertha Hall, the Bob Halt and Phil tialt families joined the Mor- rgw amilies and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mantz in a family picnic in Spok3ne. o x Mrs Hugh Hart attended a n e pense paid campships  o' 1  . ' ' 1 , trown iamuy reunion at m a contest s!onsored by coun- I ....... ty clubs. - [ uaKesflate. . JUly 19. Conme anti Jhns Hart, children of Mr. and COMMITTEE APPOINTED [Mrs. Ro, Hart, Spokane, are A committee was appon,ted ] 'ios!tianget v the Hugh Hart home to work on the fa,ir booth for l "  Y : the Rockford Fair ) The team sponsoreu . The theme . . " this year is "The Past Is Out'bY Vl:rgll Huber, Cheney, en- )oyed a picnic ,a Badger Lake Heritage, The Future Our Challenge." The group planned a swimming party at WiLliams I,ake, which was attended by 10 members and several mothers July 24. COURSE COMPLETED Dan Myers of Spangle has concluded ,a specAal five-day course for piano teachers un- Low-Calorie Thirst Quencher recently. Bowlers and their families attending were the- Gordon Crabtrees, Greg An- dersons, Gordon You'ngs and Huber. Tammie Anderson,, dauglter of Mr. and Mrs. Grey Ander- :son, was ,honored at a birth- day party at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Gordon Young, Mon- day afternoon. Enjoying the festivity and birthday calve with Tammie were Ricky and Bret Bras.h, Flint Young, Bun- Directory City Dry Cieancrs CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 CUSTOM BUILDING FHA, VA or Conventional Financing Free Estimates ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE 424 First Phone 235-40S0 clink of ice . . the whirling of a blender . . . and the of a frothy drink, cold as piled snow. Sweet music for a day. the with this refreshing and deliciously differ- made of blender-pur6ed peaches, fresh lime At the same time be coolly confident that a lot of unwanted, unnecessary calories. this calorie-shy recipe for Peachy Lime Cooler calls gingerale and the calorie-free sweetener, Su- to replace sugar, this sweetener gives a delicious, "tasting sweetness and keeps calories to a minimum. Peachy Lime Cooler (Low-Calorie) lime juice 2 tablespoons Sucaryl solution water 2 cups fresh sliced peaches 1 pint non-caloric gingerale all except ghagerale, in blender and blend Chill several hours. To serve, add gingerale. Pour desired. 6 servings Each serving contains 30 calories; 0.5"gram fat; 8.5 grams carbohydrate. If made with sugar, i would contain 159 calories. O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. WHEAT GROWERS! Let Sprague Grange Supply help grow your crop with Shell NH3 Aqua-Sulphur Phosphates Call 3611, Sprague, Collect. a24tf Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and amiiy had as ,h,ouse guests last we ei the f,my of pro- fessor and Mrs. Richard John- son, Pullman, a,nd Johnso's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard TingLey of Hunts- vilte, ALa. Several teachers of the Lib- erty dis:rict are on a fishing trip to Canada. *akin.g the t r i p a r e Superintendent Critchlow and principals Humphrics, Smith and John- SOD. Mrs. Ran Green and children are back 'at after spend- ing two weeks at the Dd Stroek hme when baby Innie was first home from the hospital. David Tucker was rushed to the hospital Saturday nigh; suffering from food poisoning. He has recovered, although he is still weak. Shop the easy way, Classifieds. PHENYLKETONURIA O. Will you please discuss the cause aud treatment o/ p hen ylket on uria ? A. Phenylketonuria is an in- born error in the utilization of phenylalanine, a body pro- tein. The most important ef- fect of the disorder is mental retardation. Early treatment of children with phenylketonuria helps ward off the mental ef- fects. A milk preparation com- plete in all constituents other than phenylalanine is fed as early as possible. Low protein fruits, vegetables, grains and beverages are also provided, allowing for good growth and near normal intelligence. The diet is followed until the child finishes 'kindergarten or enters regular school. CATCH-UP GROWTH Q. Our lO-year-old has just recovered ram a serious year-long illness. He is de/i. nltely , stunted in growth. Is there ahy chance of his "'making up for lost time?" A. Yes. Studies show that chil- dren whose :growth has been retarded by illness tend to grow at a greater than normal rate after the d.isorder is cor- rected. Rapid growth often continues until the child "catches up" and regains his previous normal growth rate. CALL  that's all  and we'll plek up and deliver your prescription. 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