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Hews @ Virginia M. Strock Mrs. Ralph Harring- word .this week of grand@aughtr, Julie Aug. 1 to Mr. and in Michigan. 8 pounds, 12 and was 211/2 inches lores a sister, Mic,h- Mitchell and Mrs. Bud Green named their new baby labert, tie weighed 11 ounces at b,'th. Elmer Berdwell and a former teacher at Rockwood Ma- wre ater- at the Harold home on Aug. 2. Girsbergex at- funeral services for d,aughter ,of Mrs. in Quincy Last Mr. ,and Mrs. Bill By- former Spangle also attended the and Mrs. E. J. Knuth Louise Pittman vis- the Roydale Conley Cffefiey last Sunday accom:panied the Con- an afternoon fishing Campbell, an Ted and Ida Imhoff, away recently. The Im- Rtended the services Spokane iast week. Waddell spent the Visiting relaives in the Spoken and vicinities. He is on his duties with the is to return to duty ship in the Pacific. is a welder, olow,g service the course n studying at Wade his enlistment. he plan to make the career. Rohwers received from Don Matheson, his home with their he attended lgh He is ,an M.P. with Corps, now serving His letter gave few due to but he stated a's "gLad to be alive." lrs. De Helmet Larry, recently te- a vacation trip them to Canada, visited Radium Hot and ,eoye,d a boa San Juan Islands. Layton flew by Diego to spend some her son, Charles, statioaed there with before .he lef for a Mrs. Caude Schie- at an outd,or dinner on Tlursday for Mr. a,nd Mrs. Joe ,and Carl, Hel- Other guests were Mrs. John Krmth and Mrs. Eb Baird, Judy CMlers in the eve- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wanda and Mr. a, nd Pie,rsol and Dick. Green reports thra:t recent trip to Montana Green family and Mr. Gordon Green spent 'at Ga'ier Pan'k, ran into Mr. and Brash. Brash is for the park depa- stationed i Gla- Lulu Smith has re- to Beacon Point resort Wash., where se the major lovtion of She made the trip friend, Mrs. Mantle ,and others, who had i"a the InLand Em- a fev days. ,d Mrs. J. C. Johnson havizg the pleasure of M1 ef their he past coupJe of With al of them to- fr a short time: Mr. Johnson and Mr. :and Mrs. arid children, .Calif. Mr. and and family Johnso and of Portland, arid Mr. Don otmson amd Mxs. Kermeth was unable to attend get-together becuse Mrs. Ben Gerking home ,after a two- during which visited relatives i western Whing- er/t ,some time at HARVEST IS HERE--Ted McMillan at the wheel and Lloyd Giles at the left just under ithe canopy are ready to start cutting a stand of Gaines wheat with a self-propelled com- East Cheney By Anna Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Emery Babb and Larry entertained with a birthday pa:rty at their home August 4 honoring Mrs. Mary Babb on her 77th birthday. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Oren Lambert and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Curtis of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Babb and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Boots and Johnny, Mr. and Mrs. John Babb, Mrs. Marjorie Sa.avio and Reid. A Stork Shower last Satur- day at the home of Mrs. Jo,hn Babb honored Mrs. Jack Cur- tis. Other hostesses were Mrs. Pat Baker, Mrs. Helen Boots, Mrs. Pat Cnrath, Miss Becki C on,rath, and Mrs. Robin Bruce. Mrs. David Buddrius of Almira named the most bxby ,articles on a tray. Many use- ful and beautiful presents were assembled around a stork; a cake representing a baby bed, was made and decorated by Mrs. Pat Con- rath. Miss Beek,i Conrath poured the punch and Mrs. Oren Lambert was at the cof- fee urn. Thirty-seven were present. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Zimmer- Newport, Ore., where t'hey re- laxed and enjoyed the coastal area. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Zehm left for MJnneapolis this week- ,end, where they will make their home Zehm las received a pomotion i'n the wheat ad- ministration department of the U.S. Department of Agricul- ture. The couple has made their home near Fish Lake since their marriage Cast win- ter. They are mak:ing the trip by car. They visited enroute with relatives of Ms. Zehm at Great Fall's. Mont. The Misses Karen Suksd,orf and Karen Blauert, both 1964 of Liberty High School ore can- didates far the title of Spo- kane Interstate Fair queen. representing the Spangle and Paradis,e granges. Miss Suks- d,orf is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waliy Suksdorf, and Miss Btauert, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blauert. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schieehe and family we*n!t to Hayden Lake Saturday evening where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don FMlquist and family at their summer home. Sunday was spent in bating, swimming and water skiing. Miss Jane Williams, Olym- pia, ,slaent Wednesday and Thu.rsday as the guests: of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strock. She also visited at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster ,and fmily, in Spokane. Recent visitors o Mrs. E,mi] Deife were Mrs. E. R. Manildi, rs. Glee Melchex, a, nd Mrs. Robert House, all of SPokane. The four ladies had aU been cassmates together at Rock- ford High school 30 years ago. Miss Marguerite Deft spent the weekend at e home of her parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. Emil Deife. She is employed at CI- fax. REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FIFTH vcrr yon o REPUBLICAN PJKs | : WALT HORAN [] SAM PARKS FOR CONGRESS COMMITTEE R. bine on the McMillan farm west of Cheney on the Granite lake road. To the right are McMillan's two sons, Robert and Don. man of Wenatchee were last Friday callers at the home of Mr. and 5rs. Garnett Boots. Mrs. David Buddrius and Duane were over-night guests last Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Cl, aren, ce Davis and Mrs. Anna Fhillips. The East Cheney Grange Laddies ar; scheduled to serve lunch at the Harry Hampton sale Augrst 20. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown returned home ater spend- ing a week on the cast with their daughter, Mrs. L. J. Husack an, d her family, and visiting (;ther rel:atives and friends and points of'interest. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner GRANGE ACTIVITIES TOLD Windsor Grange met l,ast Wednesday evening with 23 grangers present. Margaret Kapper, who is visiting friends and looking af- ter property near he grange hall, was present. Mrs. Kapper joined the Windsor Grange 29 years ago. She has been mak- ing her h,ome in Ca,lgo,rnia since the death of her husband, Joe, several ye,ars ago. Mr. and Mrs. ]lmer Hewso and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hannrn were present at the meeting. Karen Werhan, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Harold Werhan, will represent Windsor G,ne in the "Fairest of the Fair" contest at the Spokane fair in September. Windsor Grange is entering a booth at the fair again this year. They won sec- ond place 1,ast year. A large group were working on the booth at the Phill,ip Pacte,rsn ranch last weekend. Mrs Maxine Olson, Michel]e, Karen a, nd Jim, Mrs. Florence Sh, itliam and Irma Stragier will serve refheshments during the coffee h, our for the Wind- sor Grange members Aug. 19. Mrs. Leona Widner visited friends in Sprague Monday nd Tuesday. Mrs. Elva Swannack served breakfast, Mrs. Emma Doughty, lunch, and Mr. and Directory City Dry Cleanr. CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 i CUSTOM BUILDING FHA, VA or Conventional Financing Free Estimates ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE 424 First Phone 235-4050 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2?05 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts Tyler c.ommunity was sd- dr,,ed by the dea:th of Art Watt at tbe Ciheney Nursing Home Aug. 7. Mr. Watt spent most of his life on a ranch three miles out of Tyler and held many civic positions in Tyler. Mrs. Grace Miehelson a,ttend- ed the funeral of Wesley Ford Monday at Cheney. The William Kuhn family of Espanola were Sunday Mter- noon callers at the D,olMd Da- vis home. Lind,a Hughes of Obeney was a house-guest o Kay Ham Mrs. G. Jasman entertained with a dinner Tuesday evening in their home on Sprague Lake. Hazel Hill of Spokane called on Mrs. Maxine Ol;son last Fri- day. Gerald Styer and chi,ldren visited Mrs. Widner and Vhe Olson family Wednesday, eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kallen- berger visited Mrs. El'wa Swan- nack Monday evening. There was an open meeting h the Windsor Gnge hall Aug. 13 by the Alerting Citi- zens Committee so the fflks in the Garden Springs, Hayford and Windsor areas could meet the new superintendent of the Cheney school district, Willa,m J. Riggs. Sam Lurdby and Carl Rosen- zweig of Four Lakes visited Lawrence Charnesli and Ad- elaid Larsen las Friday eve- Ping. Roy Droz has returned home from the hos,pital w'here he was confined for several days after an attack of bAgh blood, pressure. Mrs. Fred Jo,hnson returned home Friday after 10 days in the hospital recovering fm maj, or surgery. DRUGS DURING PREGNANCY Q. I have three children and am expecting another. In the past I took vitamins, cal- cium, sleeping pili and what have you without giv- ing it a thought. Now, a/ter  the thalidomide tragedy, I hesitate to take anything. g(hat drugs are sale during pregnancy? A. The thalidomide tragedy exposed a danger incapable of prediction by any known drug-testing method and one not pr6viously recognized. However, what happened with thalidomide should be placed in proper perspective. The vast majority of drugs arc safe for use during pregnancy. It just makes sense, however, for the expectant mother to' take only such drugs as are necessary and only those prescribed by a ptfysician. This, of course, is good advice in general. Send Medical Question To Box XXX e/o Cheney Free 'e, Because this is a pharmacy in every meaning of the word, we are always ready to fill your prescriptions RIGHT  RIGHT AWAY. The big difference in our rescription service is RVICE. Amber News ..... Friday, August 14, 1964 By Jennifer Jordan of Ontario, Canada were Mon- I day dinner guests of Mr. and Callers on Mr. and Mrs. Bob t Mrs. G. A. Rie:tz and family. Grogan .ad Richard Sunday were Mrs Charies Proctor ad Mr. and Mrs. Glen MacClain of Spokane. Sunday afternoon Mrs. GLen Miller and Mrs. Gordon MiUer nd family were callers o,f Mr. and Mrs. Leon Miller at their cabin on Williams Lake. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Oeser ad Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Oeser held , family dinner Sund,ay in hon- or of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jager, Julie and Brian of Scatsdale, Ariz. Mrs Jager is the daugh- ter of Mrs. Russell Hoopm- garner. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Kauft from Wednesday to Saturday, and Penny ttolloay of Espan- ola was the guest of Donna Harris from Tuesday to Friday. Mr. Jim Pursall ,and Mrs. Alice Holman of Spokane and Mrs. Rezeau Plotts called on Mrs. Plotts, Sr. Thursday after- :noon. Mr. PursaI1 and Mrs. ttolman,, were overmght guests ,at the Rezeau Pl,otts home Thursday. The Plottses brought Eugene McCarthy (Mac) ,home for a few days visi Friday. Mrs. Jack Brown and three children call ed on Mrs. Susie Lynich Thursday. Tthe Lynches ha,re moved into the house formerly occupied by the Os- car Kalenbergers. Rob and Don Shea made a business trip to Motarm dur- irg he week. Mrs. Don Shea and Pat spent a day in Spoka,ne house-clean- ing for her uncle, Ad:rew Gus- tafson, while .he was :away o vacation, Thursday. On Sunday they visited Mrs. Velma Moore and attended the Christian Missioary Alfianee church musical 'in the eve- ning. Joyce Scbmidt of Cheney caed at the Jeanne Harris home Saturday. Mrs. ,Ice Sche gave her mother, Mrs. David Ke" Lrmlz, a surprise birthday party at her home in Spokane Satur- day. She remained vJth her overnight. Cheney Free Press Page 3 Mrs. Don Lambert spe n the weekend with Mrs. Rose Hal- let at Colfax. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Breeden of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. lo,be Ukrich and family were guests o,f Mrs. Edwin F. Dummeier and Miss Fran,c Mason. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harris and family were Sunday din- her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan and family. Mrs. A1 Weism,an and Nancy and Mrs. Wfll,ard Fim are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Moss, Kim and Rb- bie at Seattle. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Chris Beta of Cbeney were visitors , ef Miss Franc Mason and Mrs. Edwin F. Dummeier. Cark Jordan w a Sundy overnight guest of Leslie Har- ris and Bob Harris was a Sun- day overnJght guest of John lordan. Mr. and Mrs. Elood Ball of Spokane were Sunday after- noon callers of Mrs. Edwin F. Dummeier and Miss Franc Ma- son. Sunday supper guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Bob Grogan and R.eh- ard were Mr. and Mrs. ]arl Broaks and family and Dan Willy and Alec. PATRONIZE YOUR ] ADVERTISERS Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. 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