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C" S, e "ew Til g rib J Four Lakes Lenard Mace NEWS and Mrs. Lee Wilcox Ed Rockstom ,arid Mr. ,ad' Mrs Walt Erfurth, of Spokane, Mrs. Kirby Sooy of Gheney and Mrs. Mary Krohling .of Grand- view. Mr. and Mrs. Herg Kuk, uk Mrs. Wil.'eox's Sunday were Sunday evening ,gues class, the CYF, on a of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fine for a barbeque dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fine and Mrs. Dorothy Kukuk attended the wedding of Mary Bovden and Larry Brenneman. Darrell Phillips,on spent week at a leader,trip training camp in conjunction with his jab as vice predent of the student body of the hgh sob.oN. Terry Phllipson is working at Harrington on the Sunny Tim ranch. Don Dirlcs is also working there. Guests of Mrs. Kirkpatrick last Sunday were Mr. ,and Mrs. Gene Hebbert, Mrs. Nei,man and Mrs. Jarbeau of Spokane. Other callers during the week were Luciile Fetzn, er and Jack Stroub, Mrs. Sid Larson and Mrs. Louise Lemm, onfer. Mrs. Maude Brown ,attended the wedding .of her niece, Lin- 4a Brown, to Henry A. Hasse of Coeur d'Alene Saturday evening. Elaine Canning is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jack Price, and family in, Utah for a week. Mrs. Bartleson's granddaugh- ter has returned ffrom Califor- nia. Billie Becker, M o'hle'r, Wash,, spent two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. John Becket. A week ago Mr. and Mrs. Will Graham drove to Garfield to attend a golden wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Phil Johnson. On Sunday Mr. anld Mrs. Wi,l Graham attended a golden wedding anniversary at Spo- lcane for Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Spear and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rado,n wet huckleberry picking on Meant Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Tray Reynolds and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pendell. Joline Mattauch spent a week wiLh her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pendel. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pendell got home from their lake ca- bin Monday, August 1. They spent several days the're. Mrs. Silcocks was ,a guest of the Earl for a cook- out last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. De.1 Staaler- fer and fa,mily went to Deer Lake for the weekend. Mrs. J. F. Stew,art of Elk and Mrs. Cecil Blake from Eloika Lake were Sunday guests of tbe Sam Van Camps. Mrs. Grimes .of Seattle spen two weeks with Mrs. Gretchen Moser. On Saturday Mrs. Val Moore of H, ayfrd was a guest of Mrs. Gretchen Moser. at Fort Sp,okaae. left Fricay nght and Sunday. On Sunday, and Mrs. Ted ladon took to the camping place Caught everyone how to ski. Those attending Kathy Barrick, K,are,n At- Jacki'e Ha,tford, Marjean Barney Heard, Fred and Bob Bay. Next Thursday there will be missionary speaker church, Miss Derot!hy who has recently re- from Viet Num. She pictures and slides. be a potluck dinner the meeting at 6:30. meeting starts at 8 p.m. CLUB TO MEET Club will meet at the Lakes Town Hall Aug. 10 a.m. Hostess will be Dirks. Craft will be flowers. NEWS Lakes friends ami Don't f,oge to get ready or the 12. Time is getin There will be a fair meeting Sept. 2 ,a, 8 p.m. hall. Don't forget dinner to be held the fair. The main dish and nroodles r sp,ag- d me,at builds. The rest u'it yourself. HOUR HELD cOffee hour was held at gange hall Monday eve- to meet the new s,upe'rin- ,of the Cheney school William J. Rigg.s. A was held on the ISSue to be voted on Hostesses we,re Mace and Mrs. Bloke,ly. H,epers vcee Gretchen Moser, Mrs. Vaughn, Mrs. Leon Orville Phillipson, ack H.arf, ord and Mrs.. Spear. Mrs. Mace and w,ol,d like to who d.ormted cakes with the tel ephon- MEET ATTENDED Radon atterded a n C'tarkston Saturday. a firs place medal in back stroke; see- in the 50-yard free a third p'hce for the breast stroke. The wires made him high roan on his team, the SWim team. ICNIC HE.LD , , I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace, a "aYi"virs: b'C,O.CKS at- ILermrd and Sara Kaye were r, amuy pmmc n non- I Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. li'  Jonn t,ynn I Gone Peterson :K; wad Was: wsmng] Th ] 1 ]o,,,h c o,, Ualia Mr and Mrs , ,n - : ", ' . 'lball team held a p'c c at the and amity are visiting I cabin of Mr n  M- D__, , . . a,u ...,:. Dou rents while, her% Mrs. I Earlscourt on Deer Lake. After Drougn iylr ll '  ' " swimming, boating and picnick- from the affair, ing the women c,ha}len,ged the men to a game, which was IRSON HOSPITALIZED enjoyed by all. 1st Chss John L. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grub and son of Mrs. Wyn- h2s been severely ill, to Viet Nam, but make it. When he the Phillipines he was They ae now for ,health rec'ords to see what can As so,on ,as he is able, go on to Viet Nam. ',K NEWS and Mrs. RJc,hard Paige Lakes are the paa-ents girl, born August 12. IAL MENTIONS Crooks las been re- the Oheney Nurs- was ,a ca' of Crooks Monday. ar, d Mrs. Cliff McLain o Lompoc, Calif., has ,a teaching pos- McLain is a nelvhev Hartford. arid Mrs. Etdon Jenick over the week- Lake. and D(m Jenicke Diamond Lake Sun- guests of Anna Er- were Mr. and Fell of 'Slmset, Mr. nd Mrs. family spent Sund,ay at C,o,eu'r d'Alene visiting Mr. and Mrs. Warner. Mrs. Cody Standerfer at- tended a meeting and a picnic of the Spokane h,andcrafters guild last Friday. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jor- don Von Tersch, Lewiton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vo,n, Tersch of Ferdinand ,and family ad Boyd Johnsn. ,at Carkston were guests of M'r. arid Mrs. Herry Wynstra. , Kidd Wynslra, daughter Kat, hy, and Mrs. Olive Swegle of Cheney were guests last week of Mrs. Wyn,stra. Russell Mace Jr. motored to Kennewick with :his uncle, Fred Peterson,, and hi.s grand- mother, Mrs. Sara L. Peterson, to take Mrs. Fred P eterson and children to spend a week with her aunt, Mrs:. Lige Thompson. 'CUBE ;"D GIVE MORE to AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FIFTH DIST. ro o- REPUBLICAN PARKS HORAN [] SAM PARKS FOR CONGRESS COMMITTEE Russell R. Chairmar Spangle News By Virginia M. Strock DEIFE GRADUATES FROM NAVY SCHOOL Kenneth Deife, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil DeiSe, was grad- uated from the Navy electron- ics school at Treasnre I,sland, San Franesc,o, Ca'12f., August 10. He is to arrive home for a leave, after which he will go to another Navy school at Mare I,sl, and, Vallej,o, Calif. SCHOOL POSTPONED The opening dasr af sch, ool has been postponed until Sept. 8, school officials an,nounced Wednesday morning. Further details will be supp]ied next week. OUR SLIP SHOWING My apologies fo'r two errors in last week's news. Mrs. Lor- etta Layton flew to Seattle, zmt San Diego, to visit her son, Charles, and Mrs. Anne Allen left a week later tbxan I re- ported for her trip to An.c,lo'r- age, Alaska. Having arrived there safely, and being met by her two sons and their fami- lies, she is now sending back glowing =eports of her ex- pe,riences. PERSONAL MENTIONS Dena and De,bbie Wittner, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Wittner, Spokane, are spending a week with their grandpa,rents, Mr. and Mrs. tIugh Hart, while their parents vacation along the Pacific Coast. Mr. and Mrs. Earl R ohwer and family and J, an Saario are enjoying a family group camp session at Zephyr on Libey Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Krag Kragness, Nan and Kenny of Seattle spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schie- che. Mrs. Terry Riley, Shirles, Dan and Alan, and Judy and Jay Baird spent last week at Ilockford Bay on Coeur d'A1- ene Lake. A small timber fire was soon controlled by vohi,nteer firemen and men ,rom the ha,rvest fields Friday after- ,oon. The fire was in timber , just back of the Jim Cornmes, se,r farm. NEWS IN BRIEF Mr. and Mrs. George Hutch- inson will be .hormred with an open ,house a,t their home in I Spangle to commemo.rate heir 50th anniversary. The event was actually in June but be- cause ,all of their family were un.abte to attend at that time the eeebrati,on was postponed. The hours will be from 2 t,o 5 p.m. Sunday. Friends are cor- dially invited to attend. Mrs. Don Johnson and child- ren, and her sister-indaw, Miss Nancy Johnson, drove, to Ton- asket recently. Miss Johnson rema, ined ,at their home there after attending ,summer school at EWSC and living with the Directory FLOOR SANDING For sa,nding and finish- ing, 30 years experience. 'mdy Ander,son, E. 1409 Central, Spokane, HUdson 7-0171. Clip out for future refer- ence. A.7-0.30 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 235-4050 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps RL. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. WHEAT GROWERS! Let Sprague Grange Supply help grow your crop with Shell NH3 Aqua-Sulphur Phosphates Call 3611, Sprague, Collect. a24tf Don Johns, ons. Don JOhnson joinedr.,, his family at Tonasket, after which they jeu'rneyed around the Olympic pe,in,sula and returned home vi,a Yak- im, a. Miss Joh, nson will return soon to attend the. fall sess'Jon at EWSC. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ostheller spon't the weekend vlsing the Del Hoffmans and tlm Chide Ostheliev family in Fairfield. Mrs. Ostheller is still wearing an ankle cast as a result o,f an injury suffered a couple of weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Deron and children returned this weekend after a vacation trip which to,k them throu:gh Ida- ho, Utah and Colo,ado. A board meeting of directors of the Liberty scho,ol district will be held Tuesday evening. Among decisi'on,s to be m:ade will be that of the pssibility of changing the ,opening date of the schools, due to t,e fact that harvest will be so late and many of the boys ,and girls, especially in high school, will still be needed to assist with harvest. Primr:e Re,bekah Lodge will hold ,a rumm, age sale in Spokane on Oct. 19. Anyone having rummage please leave it with a member of the lodge, or call and it will be picked up. Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts MRS. PETERSON'S NIECE VISITS Mrs. Gilbert Peterso,n's p.iece, Gayle McLean, Spokane, visited her from Tesday to Friday. Miss McLean is a can- dy-striper at the Deaconess hospital. JACKSONS CAMP OUT The LeRoy Jackson family spent Saturday and Sund,ay camping at Porcupine Bay on the Spokane river. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Otto and family of Post Falls were Sun- day dinner guests of the Bill Keiths. David and Michael Bewick of Wenatchee are spenng the week with their grandparents, the Bill Keiths. ,On Friday, the A',l=fred and Gerald Ew.nson,,, families called ion the Keiths. The Eve.nson linen, former Tyleri, tes, are at- i ten.ding college in Coeur d' AI- i ene. Mr. and ,Mrs. Ira She a and Earl Betz were callers at the Chris Betz home in Chenes, Sunday. Mrs. Shea's niece, Mrs. Ln- ciHe Langton, and f, our child- ren, visited h.ev from Mon,day to F'riday. Mrs. Langton expects to leave soon for Germany to join her husband, who ItS stationed there. Little Susan Shea has the nmmps. Blllie celebrated is fifth birtlday with a family picnic dinner at his g'randpar- ents, the Ira Sheas, Sunday. The Frank Hoovers of Seat- tle were overnight guests of her sister, Mrs. Elmer Harris, Saturday. On Sun6ay they had a picnic dinner at the Asel Carrie'r's ttome in Spokane. The Dee Ablemans of Cihe- riday, August 21, 1964 ney .spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ableman. Gary Ablem,'an ao sp,en, t several days width them. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ablernan joined the Lee Ableman!s, who were vacationing at Jump Off Joe Lake, for a few days fish- ing. Kay Ham was a guest of Linda Hughes in Chenes from Wednesday to Sunday. The John Hams and Wi,lma Plotts went to Penawara San- day to pick peaches. Mrs. Albert Schultz and Mrs. P, ezeau Plotts were Thursday afterrmon callers on Mrs. Plotts Sr. TRAFFIC TIP You are following too close if the vehicle ahead is 'limiting your view ,of oncoming traffic, approaching intersections or traffic signs. Drop farther back, particularly when foltow- ing trucks, buses, trailers and other large vehicles. Goodwill Industries EMPLOYS THE HANDICAPPED "Have you ever wondered what you would do if you could not get a job due to some handicap. Today 125 handicapped folks, Inland Empire people, working at Goodwill faced this problem. Your repairable discards of clothing and household items gave them an answer. Send all repairable items to Goodwill where they help to do the most for people  handicapped people." CALL MRS. VIOLET SHARPE, 235-6608 FOR A TRUCK PICKUP. Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. CHENEY Cheney Free Press Page 3 ESTIMATION OF INTELLIGENCE (). As a school principal ! rome into contact with ehil- ,lren o/ various types. Are there any simple tests by which intelligence can be estimated ? A. Psychologic testing is high- ]y specialized but it might be helpful to remember that the average 6-year-old can (I) tie his shoes, (2) distinguish be- tween morning and evening, (3) tell what time school be- gins and dismisses, (4) repeat 4 digits. The average 7-year- old can (1) write a number of words. (2) distinguish, monlhs and seasons of the year and (3) repeat 5 digits forward and 3 backward. An 8-year-old can (1) name the nmnths, (2) indicate another person's right or left, (3) clas- sify in terms of similarity, and (4) read faster silently than orally. Abstraction is a sign of intelligence. The average child under 6 years of age can do little or no abstract think- ing. When asked, "What is an apple?" the reply is likely to be, "Something to eat," or, "It is round and red and you eat it." The average 7- or 8-year- old will probably answer, "It is a fruit." Questions that demonstrate ability to do ab- stract thinking will help de- termine the child's intelli- gence. You have a friend in our Pharmacist. Trust him with your prescriptions. Send Medical Question To Box XXX c/o Cheney Free Press. BE 5-6348 W. H. Westerman When u l-lear Your l-lorne ELEOTRIOALff! 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-to-heat rooms. 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