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News VMrs. James Widner PRESENTED grange met Wed- ening. Dale Guest the ,trophy won in tours for grang- members and low- also showed the large and saucer he won from grange lecturer Mabel for being the only grange master in who attended tours in 1964. PARTY HELD friends present at the Four Corners Grange picnfic July 22 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Reinbolt. A lovely supper was enjoyed by all. The "Sweet Old Dears" quartet ang at the Missouri state picnic at Man,to Park last Sunday. Many Missourians and friends were present. A good time was enjoyed by all. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Gonda family returned from their vacation on the coast, where they visited the Kalaloch National Park and were guests of relatives in Rerton. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hen- arl Mrs. Dale Hagel en- wih &apos;a are nuntial eherinko of Astoria, Ore., have their n'ir. ma,,, been vlsdmg then" dauhter- ' Jul-2 -& Attendin j ln-law, Mrs. Diane (Greene) grnmtn-he .Tnmo I Mackey Debby Greene spent i2  ,.j2t-,<k,j-'"7 I the weekend at Badger Lake "'a":: '" r{e l as guests of Mr. and Mrs ILU .i1115. U'rC'  ] a} O j : sister, April; grand- l/rxn'dt Spokane. , , Nellie Hael" Mr and t uorden Cheerer was invite(1 nu ..... 2' "r to show ilia insect c0le,ction M r . I Wedne.sda, on the Take Four .. and M s. AI,j ....... 1- i,. ,-  r ..... program on Channel . wr. } .,JLI. I?IIU. J.11.. ' L "1111 -- * n" ' " and twinq" riio t1 l ann virs. rlerre l.)lmlCO ann d "-l';-'-Y ..... 7,-'-'1 family wore dinner guests Sat- , atli.; warren oop-i _ z r o n " Mr n" uray ate n o o a u Sl ,,as Bonme Milner, . .... and Jerri Rohner, Mrs. ] .rs. eorge tneever Adair ,aid Bobby of Texas; Danny Bass, , Texas; Mr. and MrlS. gh and son, Taooma. vis.,tors stayed ding ,o Miss Adair July 27 in the at Fairchild AFB. followed in the haH. el returnied home relatives for five Alan Morasc, h was mat- hanor and Laurel Pa- and Carol Yearout were MENTIONS Becker has returned in Clarkst'on after his son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Streeter hurt his but is much ira- and Mrs.. Harold Hub- moved back from md are living in one Hewson houses. and Nits. Ed Rupp, Hicks and Flora Smith the Missouri picnic last Sunday. Mrs. Streeter was oa the Also on he program Sweet Old Dears quar- from Four Corners Bauline Kampa and son and Mrs. Margaret spen last weekend at Ike visiting Dr. and . A. Litchner. arid Mrs. Jerry Sterlilk- have returned visiting the Emery en route home from Mrs. Elmer Hewson h_rs. Harold Hubbard Hewson drove to Sunctay to get Mrs. ho had been Gone Hubbards taking care of Mrs. and She new baby, to join three ssters I0000sh00ll News Ry Carol Yates YANKEES LOSE Windsor Yankees ost game with the 6-12, which put out of the tournament a season of hard work games. NEWS ladies missionary circle clothes and other a rumra,ge sale wilt be holding in October 9. trio will be in the morning war- Sunday at the Community charch. Will be a special seak- he morning service. NEWS Ladies Club and some an all day work day and cles,n up the Four Grarge Wednesday. was served at oon, the ladies hem a Spangle News By Virginia M. Strock LYNDA SCHMIDT WED Mr. arid Mrs. Jery Schmidt announce the marriage of their daughter, Lynda, to Rbert Zehm, son of Mrs. Augusta Zehm of Waverly. On July 23 a reception was held at the Zehm home. The young couple will make their home on a farm near Waverly. JONES VISITS DAUGHTER Henry Jan,era s,ent last week at the home of  daugh- ter, Mrs. Bill McKerns, Meta- llne Falts. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Jerry Shmid and Tim Hodgson fa.rnilies ,have been va- cationing in British Columbia the past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rogers and family of Hudson, Iowa, have returned home after a via'it with the Warren Me, Kin- lays. Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Mc- Kinlay are ssters. Several Spangle residents at- tended uneral services for ls. Whit.qer, Quincy, on Sat- uvd,ay. Mrs. Whitner was the only daughter o Mrs. Leti Walis. Those attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kunth, Mrs. Louise Pittman and Mrs. Lol.a Byers. .Mr. and Mrs. Bb Hall and family and Mrs. Beha Hal! were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mantz in Spokane Friday eve- ning. The Bob Has le.t for their .home in Grea Falls, Mont., Sunday morning. Mrs. Jeanne Green and three children are enjoying a week's vacation ,at Sunburst, Mont., having made the trip with Mrs. Gordon Green, Spo- kane. Mx. and Mrs. H,arod (Bud) Green are parents of a baby son, their first child, horn at Deaconess hospital l,ast week. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dick Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Green, Sr. Miss Kathryn Rigsby spent several days ]ast week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helmer, whie her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs:. Jack Rigs- were vacationing. bYMr. ,and Mrs. Jim Foster and twins .and Mrs. Jeanne Green and children were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Ed Strock home. About 65 people viewed the slides of the An,ehorage earth- quake shown by Mrs. Li]lian Dill evening. Every- one was impressed with the outstanding pictures and mar- veled .at the low-loss of life in the disaster. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crab- tree and daughters drove to Newport Sunday, where hey visited with Mr. and Mrs. Fred King. Mrs. Anne Allen is leaving Thtrsday by ,ir on a trip to Anchorage, where she will visit ber sons, Kenneth and Leon Metcalfe. The men's and women's meetirg. The next bowling teams sponsared by meeting of the grange Bill Schieche enjoyed a din- ,held August 26 with a ner dance in Spokane Thurs- supper at 7. AI mem- day -evening. Attending were urged to attend. Mr. ,arid Mrs. Bill Schieche, Mr. were 44 members and and Mrs. Clarence Jeske, Mr. REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FIFTH DIST. VOT oa ONB REPUBLICAN PARKS t . [] SAM COMMITTEE Russell R. Chairmar Amber News By Jennifer Jordan MILLS ARE GUESTS Friday Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill and Ran were sup- per guests of Mrs. Grace Mc- Donald in Spokane. (her guests were Mr. aad Mrs. Ivan Calvert and Mr. and Mrs. F'loyd Calvert. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Mill and Ran were luncheon guests of Mrs. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Film of California arrived Monday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. A1 Weisman, Nancy and Larry. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gra- ham of Spokane were Sunday guests of Mrs. Edwin F. Dum- meier and Miss Fmnc Mason. Mrs. Graham is their niece. Wednesday Mrs. Bi.nna Dum- meier and Miss Mason were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Michelson at Hayden Lake. Jo Eden Jordan is a guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Allen, Lee and Marion. Mr. and Mrs. George Lenz of Spokane were Sunday sup- .)er guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bab Grogan and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Rap,h N,o,ack of Ert'iat were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Mike M, arsh were Saturday 6J,nner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bris- lawn of Lcngview were Satur- day 1,uncheon guests of Mrs. Edwin F. Dummeier and Miss Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rudo called on Mrs. Edwin F. Dum- meier and Miss Mason last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moe, Ran and Ruth visited Mr. and Mrs. Glen Watson of Chelan Sunday. Mrs. Watson is Mrs. Moe's sistec. Mr. and Mrs. Pete O'Laug,h- Lin of Reardan and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Me.riley, MAke and Brenda gave ,a surprise birtll- day party for Ms. Harry Pierce of St. John Saturday. Four Lakes COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Rev. Herbert Andersan, pas- tor of the Four Lakes Cn- mty ChurCh, has been va- cationing for three weeks. Ser- vices have continued as sched- uled. Dumn'g his absence slaec-: ial speakers icluded Rev. B. H. McLean. Who is miss$oary for the American Sunday School Union in Vhe Spokane area, Rev. Jones of Medical Lake and Mr. and Mrs. George lueller and son. The Muellers, rmnugrants from Germany, wlmse homes were in actual combat areas during World War II, have recently become American citizens. Many via,it- and Mrs. Paul Sievers, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stentz, Mr. and Mrs. Dea,n Denny, Mr. and Mrs. Gor- don Crabtree, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Mangis, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Grot,h and Mr. and Mrs. Hamer. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Widen, visited with relatives here last week. They had come especia'lly to see Wiln's brother, Bob, who ils seriously ill in a Spokane hospital. They also visited with the Verne Smiths and the Claude Schie- che families. Directory City Dry Cleaners 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 23S-4050 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phrase 2354410 EDGETT BROS. WHEAT GROWERS! Let Sprague Grange Supply help grow your crop with Shell NH3 Aqua-Sulphur Phosphates Call 3611, Sprague, Collect. a24tf ors at all meengs have been enjoyed and appreciated. Notiee has been received i and 'an an.nouncement made that debts involved in organ- iztion of the Community Church have been completey paid. Special services: are be- ing pllanr, ed to eellebrate his event. Among members of the Sunday School who have en- joyed a week at camp are Di- ane Daly, who was at the American Surday SChool Un- ion Camp on Newman Lake, and Marjean Anderson, who was at Canby Camp in Ore- g on. The CYF class is planning a weekend camping trip Aug. !4-16 at Porcupine Bay on the Spokane F, iver. Sixteen persons enjoyed the picnic of the "intermediate class held at Silver Lake last week. Formation of a we,men's lnissiona , group is in the plannin,g. Organizational meed- in,g will be held on August 11. A cordial invitation to attend services is extended. Every Sunday morning SUlnlday School begins at 9:45 a. m. with a ciass for every age group l and morning worship servicas at 11. Bible study and prayer meeting ;oi held every Thurs-I day at 8 p. m. in the church. I RADON WINS TROPHY Ken Radon won a second place trophy while c,ompeing in ,an AAU swimming meet at Yakima hlst weekenld. He swims with the Eastern Wash- ington Recreation Association team. He won a trophy for the 50-yard back stroke for boys 10 and under. He placed fifth in the 50-yard free style and in the 100,yard free style. 4-H PICNIC SET The Four Lakes Busy Fing- ers 4-H ciub wikl ,hold its an- nua,l family picnic Tuesday at the Picnic Pines park at Silver Lake. The girls will meet at 3 p.m. ic a busness meeting before a swim. Their families will join them for a picnic supper. Each family is: to bring fried chicken arid salad or dessert. East Cheney e By Anna Phillips MRS. BOOTS ENTERTAINS Mrs. Garnett Boots eater- tained with a lucheon last Thursday for Mrs. Vada Thie- bault of Spokane and Mrs. Margaret Caglan, Oathy and Mary of Spangle. :. PESO.^L s Mr. and Mrs. Robert Span- jer returned .lt Sunday from a trip to Mt. P,'nier mad We port, where they were sahnon fish,g. They landed a 15- pound salmon. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kile .arid family of Th, ornton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bird of Spo- kane ,and Mr. and .Mrs. Chester Phillips and Jhrmy spent }ast Sunday evening with Mr. arid Mrs. M. W. Pie,rsal of Spangle. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones of Bodfish, Calif., were recent house guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Harrin!gton. Wade, Tresia and Johnny EMOTIONAL EFFECTS OF ADOPTION Q. We plan to adopt a 6- baby who has been temporarily cared /or by another couple. Would a child this age be upset by a change o "parents"? A. Most authorities are of the opinion that an adopted child does not necessarily un- dergo emotional disturbance through a change of parents at a very early age. Them is probably very little risk up to 6 months of age, provided, of course, the change is a satis- factory one. The very young child seems prepared to ac- cept anyone as a mother fig- ure who will provide ade- quately for its needs and will give it the loving care re- quired for healthy mental and physical development. From about 6 months upward, how- ever, by which time the child has begun to identify the mother figure, there may be an ever-increasing risk of dif- ficulty in acceptance of a re- placement parent. The personal interest we take in the health of those we serve is of equal impor- tance with the professional skill we put in the dispens- ing of prescribed medicine. Send Medical Question To Box XXX c/o Cheney Free Pres. BE 5-6348 W. H. Westerman Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts MERRICKS VISIT AT BROWN HOME The Earl Merricks and grand, children and the Faryse Merricks, all of Spok, ane, were Sunday dinner guests at the Johnnie Brown home. Mr. and Mrs. Brown imd dinner with the Roy Smiths at their cabin on Lake Pend Ore,lie recently. The Jack Browns called on her sister, Mrs. Tam Flowers, at Elk Sund'ay. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Duke Swansons of Rear- dan joined the Donald Davis family at Cheweah Thursday for a family picnic in the park. Friday .they attended a lun- cheon at the Henry Ludke home in Sprague, given in MacLean returned to their parerts' home in Post Falls after spendirg several days with their gra,d:p.arerts, Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup. A potluck picnic was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Joe Labish and family in iron- or of Mr. an,d Mrs. David The,s- sen .and Brian. Other guests were Mr. ,and Mrs. L.W. Theissen and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Isaksen 'and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Labish and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Labish and family, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rateliff of Hay- den Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Burris and Stevie and Mrs. E. V. Steward .of Coeur d'Alene. Friday, August 7, 1964 boner of Mrs. Ransom Mar- vin's forthcoming marriage Sat- urday. The late Rev. Marvin was formerly pastor at the Comunity church in Sprague. Mrs. Gilbert Peterson's moth- er, Mrs. Fred McDowell, Spo- kane, visited her Thursday and Friday. The Don Sheas visited tile tlarold Rusohes in Spokane Sunday. The Kars:hners were callers at the Stengle home during the week. Their son-in-law, Mr. May- n,ard, graduated from EWSC last week and has accepted a teaching position at Orient. Mr. Artie Ableman: left M_onchy morning far the Vet- erans Hospital in Spokane for treatment The Gene Jackson mi]y of Spokane were dinner guests at the LeRoy Jackson borne. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harris and daughters of Cheney we,re Sunday evenirg ,callers there. The Bill Rosen'aus called on Mrs. Ruth Silvers in Medical Lake Sunday evening. The John Ham family drove to Clarkston Sunday to visit his sister, Mrs. Charles Pren- tice, :and other relatives. Mrs. Prentice expects to be released from the hospital soon. Mrs. Ham h,s been badly handicapped this week, hav- ing crushed her right thumb in the car door Wednesday. The wound requh'ed two stit- ches. Classified advertising does a great job at a small cost. Cheney Free Press Page 3 JO3EPH NAPPI $09-1 Radio Central Blag, Spokane SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--- ss. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hon,. Superior Court of Spo- kane County, on the 3rd day of Aug- ust, 1964, by the C%rk thereof, in th case of Western State Bank of St. Paul, a corporation Plaintiff versus Bessie L. Dc,lge, a single person Defer:lant No. 174185, am] to me, as Sheriff directed and delivered. Notice is hereby givien,, that I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. on the llth day of Sep- tember. 1964 at South Court- house door in Slkane County, i the State of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the above named defend- ant in and to the followirg described real property, t(>-wit : Lot 5, in Block 3, of Cook & Byers Addition, according to plat recorded in Volume "B" of Plats, page 24, ia the City of Spokane, Spokane County, Washimgtor To satisfy a jndgment in favor of Western State Bank of St. Paul, a corporation and against Bessie L. Dodge, a single person Amounting to Ten Thousand Twenty Eight and 04/100 ($10,028.04) Dollars with interest at 5V4 per cent per annum from January 1, 1964 ad $880.00 attorney's fees and $51.40 costs and increased costs, and title costs of $26.00, $1.67 costs in pre- servation of said property. Interest at 6% per ann,Jm on atty's fees and costs from August 3. 1964 to sale. Given u*der my hand, this 4th day of August, 1964. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Theresa J, Love Deputy Joseph Nappi, Plaintiff's Attorney (Aug. 7-28) Classified advertising does a great job at a small cost. There Is No Substitute for your weekly newspaper THE CHENEY FREE PRESS ...ALWAYS THERE! When you were born, The Cheney Free Press heralded your arrival. Your parents probably clipped that little item "Mr. and Mrs ........ are the proud parents of ..... etc." The Free Press was "there" when you broke your arm in your neighborhood's swing.., when you topped the honor roll.., when you played the lead in the school play . . . and when you graduated with honors! And, boy, was that some story The FP gal wrote when you traipsed down the aisle with the best girl. 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