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on Sunday. The events were Prairie [exciting, with extremely keen !vaey [competition. $ O/BRIEF S - -- By Lana [ Mrs. Bryce Arndt is recov- laving from painful bruises to ITEMS Iher hip.s ,and collarbone, re- booth committee meet- held Frid'ay afternoon m. at the home of Mrs, Arndt. Members attend- Lyn Carlson and The booth will dis- POor conformation and in a horse, at the Interstate Fair. will draw and con- the horse from plywood. ceived when she was thrown from a horse last week. Mr. Albert Connelly attend- ed the Hangman Creek Old Timers' picnic held Sunday at Manito Park. Carl Andren and Mrs. Carolyn Magart were also in his group attending. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Connelly enjoyed last weekend at the place on the Pend OreiIle river. _regular morthly meet- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lovell the Prairie Prancers was visited their son David at until Aug. 10 at 7 Deep lake on July 24, then at Oockburn's home, be- with David accompanying bf the county 4-H camp them, :they toured the circle this week ,at Lke around Kootenlay lake, return- in Heyburn State in'g July 31 after a visit with, Mr. LoveWs sister and brother-J in-law, Mr. ,and Mrs. Ed Cole in Ione. NEWS reported that campout held near was a success, with Sink was held services at the Community Church with the Marshall group attending. the Marshall Corn- are as follows: 'chool: 10 a. m.; Morn- 11 a. m.; Young 6:30 p. m. Evangelistic 9:30 p. m. GROWING Mrs. Ed Gonia of have adopted a 31/2 girl, Ruth Gona's son, Ar- c Junior at C.heney SCHOOL S Pestan, a teach- years at Windsor School, repovte,d accepted a job as in the lokford will also teach part eih grade. Wind:sor is Griffen, who has iob in Coax as the County Guid- Mr. and Mrs. the tragic loss year old son who month at Pend Bareither has 'accept- position in Ken- Bareither will also there this year. SHOW ATTENDED Mrs. Ed Carlson and L. K. Evans and Sandra and Peggy attended various the Lit, ac City Horse Racetrack the Mrs. Jack Lewis the official hostess to the judges. the Gymkhana Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt WELCOME TO COMMUNITY Margert and Dale BartUne from Spokane bare moved into their new home on Thorpe woad. The Barthnes ave five children, Judy, Dawn, David Kermeth and Jeff. Mrs. Barb line is a third grade teacher at Field school and Mr. Bart- line is head ,of the anesthesia department at Sacred Heart hospital. AMARILLO NEXT STOP AMc3 Karen Kidd, daughter ,of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dough- ty, h, as completed her basic training at Lackland Air Base in San Antonio, Texas, and will be going to Am'ari[lo next for a 12 weeks course for inven- tory manager specialist. NEWS BRIEFS Pastor and Mrs. Mires and son Robert have returned from a two-week trp to Everott and Vancouver, B. C., vche'e they visited friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alm- quist ,have returned from sev- eral days of camping in Can- ada. Mr. ad Mrs. Carl Abitzs and family ,and Mrs. Helen Frunzs and family were weekend campers ,at Willow Bay on Lorg Lake. Windsor Weight Vatehers STOPS club were the lucky winners by losJ:ng the most weight, 30 lbs., in a recent con- test with a STOPS club in Spo- kane. The ladies will be treat- ed to a Iow calorie luncheo at the home of Mrs. Fern Itard- ing. A new member of the club is Mrs. Lois Todd of Geiger Heights. The Holiday In Pirates, eight to 12 years old, e,nded the sea- son in fourth place in the AAA baseball team tournament Spangle News By Joanne Green STORK ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. George Gillis (Kathy Blauer[) are the par- ents of a 7 lb., 4 oz. baby girl. Li'ttle Kary Jean was born July 17 which is her great grandmother's Mrs. Reeves, birthday, at Washtucn,a. Other gran, dparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blauert of Spangle, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gillis of Spo- kane, and great, great grand- mother, Mrs. Anna Blair o Pasco. GiHis' used a combina- of aunt Karens and Kathys names to rame the new born. GIRLS ATTEND CAMP FIRE CAMP Six Blue Birds from Spangle ttended Oamp 'at Camp Swey- olaken on Lake Coeur d'Alene. The girls left by bus from the Coliseum ,and traveled to Coeur d'Alene. They then went by boat from Coeur d'Alene to Camp Sweolaken. Those girls attending were Janet Schiec,he, Bonnie Borgan, Jill, Flaig, Los An'n. Houston, and Milinda and Bonnie DeGon. NEWS IN BRIEF Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sievers, Marilyn and Joe spent the weekend camping out and pic- ink huckleberries. Carolyn ,and Bobby visited ,at the Green home on Saturday an,d Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith spent the day with them on Sunday at the Sievers' home. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schmidt have returned from their vaca- tion. They spent it in British Columbia camping and fishing. Mr..and Mrs. Tim Hodson and family spent their vaca- tion; camping and fishing up ,around Curlew. ,Mrs. Gordon Cm.btree has returned home from the hospi- tal after her surge'y l'ast week. Sharon 'Hengen is staying at the Crabtree home to help out for several weeks.. Mrs. George Dodson under- Hospital l'ast week. She is re- went su,rgery .at Holy Family covering very well. The ehil- played at Evergree Park. Our thanks go to Mr. Vie Hill, man- uger :and Bill Hudson, coach, and also their spo,sor, The Hoii,day Inn. Mrs. Florence Sh:iltm had, ,as her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Btick ,of Appleton, Wis. and also her grandson and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Don Shil- lS, am of Tacoma. They spent several days visiting. The 4-H idea began to mater- ialize in the late 1890's when rural school superintendents encouraged students to pla corn, tend :a garden, sew and cook. School fairs were held and ribbons awarded winning exhibits. Art Point Invitattoas can help mak, yo lay portent even a woa successl Invitations that will ,dd quality and social correctness to your wedding. Virginia Cokb,'tenay's etiquette, booklet "Now that you are m be" contains many helpful suggestions sad int. mate chit-chat on Important sochl custoa before and after tha weddlna. ch brlde-to-be may have a copy; Call for yours. The Cheney Free Press dren ,are at the Norton Jen-! nings home for several weeks while Barbara recuperates. Mr. and Mrs. Bob' H.all and Kelly, Kevin, and Rager f Great Falls, Mont., are visiting with Mrs. Bertha Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hal'l and family, and with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mantz c Spokane. Mrs. Gordon Wichman un- derwent surgery at Deaconess hospital last week. She is home ,and recovering very well. Twelve ladies enjoyed a Sarah Coventry party at the home of Mrs. Ruby Hart last Tuesday evening. Emil Olsen, 81, brother of Mrs. Eric Johnson, Rte. 1, Span- gle, passed .away at the John- son home last week. He was born in Norway and was, a re- tired lu, mber camp aboer. Services were held in Sokane Aug. 5. Mrs. Tom Oreg and son have been visiting at the Carl Ras- mussen home. Mrs. G,reg was able to visit with her uncle and family, Mr. Norman Ras- mussen while visiting with her parents. Miss Diane Splich,al was an overnight guest at the George Dedson home in Spokane last week. Miss Shannon Dodson celebrated her birthday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Bud Morgan and family have moved from their Spangle home to a home near Spring Valley. Mrs. Vern Smith and Mrs. Bert Smith attended a bridal shover for Miss Myrna Hopper in Spotca,ne last week. Miss I-opper is the daughter of Mrs. Jamie Edgem,and and the te Ernie Hopper. Miss Hopper will be married in late August. Mrs. Ruby Hart took a trail- er trip with Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Pendell of Cheney last week. They traveled down the Columbia river on the Wash- ington side and back up on the Oregon side. Mr. and Mrs. Kraig Kmgness and children from Seattle have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Vern Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schieche. They .aiso visited rel:atives in Spo- kane and spent time at Piest lake. Tyler News By Wanda Stengle Mike anal Billy Jackson have spent four days of last week at the home .of their grandparents Mr. and lrs. Arley Ableman while their parenits were mak- ing a trip to the coast. Vernon spent the time enjoying a visit with the Evrette Ritter fam- ily of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Ritter and children called on tmr parents last Thursday. Mrs. Maude Logan of Spo- kane was entertained during the week at the hone of Mrs. Wes Ablemn,. Mr. and Mrs. E}mev Ia.ris ,and dauglter, Drma ,and Mr. and Mrs. Arley Heyer and daughter Chris had Sunday dinner at the new Horizon Inn at the Spokane International airport. Mr. and Mrs. CDa,rence Kartehner had their son-in-aw, Rusty Maynard of Orient as a guest for the weekend. Joe Schell h'as been under the weather with a bout of flu this past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ab'lena.n ,and family were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Jack Brown and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Robbins were overnight guests of Art Stengles. They stopped en route home to Oroville, Wash. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner Windsor grange had 23 tab- les of cards in play last Sat- urday evening. There were 24 prizes. Adelaide Larsen was chairman assisted by her sis- ters, Sophia Martin and Alvil- d'a Garras. Win:dsor grange has card parties in their .hall on the as,t Satuvd, ay .of each mon:h. There will be no card party in the Windsor grange hall Aug. 14. Paradise grange will have a card party in their hall Aug. 14. Mrs. Cleo Phillips and Mrs. Eulme Linkous visited the Ar- ehie Cuffs at Hayden ake, Ida-, lriday, August 6. 1965 Chemy Free Press Page $ ho 1,ast Monday. En route :home they stopped at the Girl Scout Camp and went on the bm tour. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Hewsor and Mrs. John Weyen pckefl huckleberries at Naples, Ida.. last Wednesday. They came he,me with 31 gallons. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Tucker ofl Opportunity visited Mr. Tuck- er's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Em- ory Hewson Mo,ndy. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Hewson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Irmers and Mr. and Mrs. John Weyen spent th,ree &ays at Hot Creek orth of Davenport this week. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Kam- )a and sons retu,rned hme from vacationing in Misul, Mont. They came home over the new rand to Lewi.sto. Daisy Hicks was a luncheon guest at the Emmett Kampas Monday. Mrs. Iazel Mill is visiting relatives in Oregon. Mrs. Nina Hobbs's cousin, Miss Ethel Armstrong of St. Johns, New Brunswick, is vis- iting Mrs. Hobbs for two weeks. Mrs. Hobbs entertained at din- ner last Sun:4ay for Miss Arm- srong, Elyan Armstrong and Mrs. Hobbs' brother, Frank and Alvin Lee. Mrs. Julian Linkhous (f Ctmrteston, W. Va. is visiting her ,sister, Leans Widner and niece, Maxine Olson. Dell Smith is takig down the building owned by Ll)yd Italaday, 316 First street oc- cupied the last four and oe- ha}f years by Leona Widner's beauty shop. Widner's beauty shop will open in a ne loca- tion Sept. 1. Flora Smith, Mr. and 'Mrs. Ed Rupp, Daisy Hicks an'd Mr. and Mrs. David Smith and daughter attended the Missou- ri picnic  Spokane recenRy. Visiting M'. and Ms. G. J'aman Thursday ,at Sprague lake were Mrs. Max'me Olin, Iaren and Jim, Mrs. Euline Linkous and Leona Widner. CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received at the office of the City Clerk at Chtey, Washington, ntll 8:00 p. m. Atlgt 10, 1965 eonstruetin curb and sidewalk o N. Seventh and Clar Streets at the swimming pool. The work irvolve, the grading and constrectir, g 560 lieal feet of cement concrete curb a 310 square yards ce- ment concrete ide walks as shown or 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. Foes, City Clerk at the City Hall at Cheney or from Clarence E. Simpsor, City Egin- ecr, N. 909 Argonne Road, Spokane, Washington. Attest: Roy Foss, City Clerk (July 80-Aug 6) Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with All Standard Oil Produds SPECIALIZING IN HEATING OILS AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor 235-6378 CHENEY When Vou I-I00Your I-Iome ELE#T#ICALLY/ You'll laugh at the outside weather, when electric house heating gives you sunshine warmth every day- the exact temperature you want- in every room. You'll say goodbye to drafts, cold spots, hard-theat rooms. You can choose from among all these ways to live better, electrically, with e]edrie heat: INDIVIDUAL HEATERS- attractive radiant units that recess into any wall, give you speedy, draft-free warmth. 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