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Four Lakes Mrs. Sidney Larson WIN )RESS REVUE night, Aug 17, five of the Busy Fingers Cub attended the dress at Trent school. asd twenty girls Spokane county took Nora Lou Moore won a .ribbon and was one of Cmalists. Lavonne Atkins Cindy Radon won biue and ether awards to Sandy Barrick and Hartford. fair committee of the working on plans for at the Interstate Fair. Haidey is chairman and include Carl Ru- and Mrs. Henry Ru- and Mrs. Ted Radon, and Mrs. Orville Phillip- Mr. and Mrs. Milo Iall, Haidey, Mr. and Mrs. Backer and Master Glen The committee has: the last two Monday :wick to visit Mr. and Mrs.[Cerl Helmer Sunday after- Lige Thompson. The Thump-Inoon. Helping her celebrate sons brought him home the ]were,her parents, Mr. and Mrs. next Saturday.  Jack Rigsby, Mrs. Ethel Wheel- Mr. ,and Mrs. G. K. Larson er, Mrs. William Hodkins, visited Friday evening with who is visiting from Califor- the Petersons. I rAa ,and great grandpa Roy Roscoe Atkins has spent the Mill. last two weeks at National Bonnie Jo Green was hun- Guard camp at Redmond, Ore. ored on her sixth birthday at He is expected home Satur- her home Sunday aftecnoon. day. Mrs. Gordon Green, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lunne- Din'ner guests we're Mr. and borg and son had lunch with Mrs. Ed Struck, Mr. M. C. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Crooks: Sat- Stark, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim urday as they came home Foster, Kim, Robin, a,nd Jim- from a vacation in PurL[and. my. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Atkin- Mr s. Ronald Kiser and chil- son, Frank, Rick and John dren of Tonawanda, N. Y. and !oined them later for cake and 'her mother, Mrs. Ray Dirks, me cream. Bonnie's brothers, and Mrs. Delber Spear were Donie and Lonnie and .her callers last week at the Mike parents also helped her cele- Miller home. bvate. Virgil Standerfer spent last Marilyn Sievers also cele- week ,at Deer lake with his brated her birthday at he" grandparents. home Sunday afternoon. Mr. Mr. and Mrs.. R. C. Adsitt and Mrs. Roy Smith of Spo- from Wenatchee visited at the kane along with Bill, Jo, Caro- lake last week with Mr. and lyn, Bobby, and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Mrs. Cody Standerfer. Sievers :helped her celebrate ,Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Stan- her 15th birthday. derfer attended the Empire Lincoln picnic at Loon lake. TEACHERS START Mrs. Barbara Mattausch AT NEW POSTS and Earlene and Mrs. Jesse Silcock were Saturday dinner Miss Yvonne Knuth having IN IDAHO guests at Earl Pendells. Sum completed her education at EWSC will be teaching at ......... ',day :the Pendells and Mrs Sil- ann lvirs mcnaru I o - n ...... " , Springfield, ()re. this year. ':  '  1 r c cK we t to acneen aKe Ior lvir Koscoe layo, i ' Mike McGourin, will be , ....... ldnner with the H B Pen- Jvirs. oDer bcot ana ldells " " teaching at Reardan school Mr. and Mrs. Ru! Mr and Mrs. Don Muzatko this coming year. ann truss J ,bena o - ". ....... Ted Potter will be teaching "" " " "' +' Fer ana ttmKy spent aturoay a at the Lind school. He had ay, travema co " Sacheen l:akel Idaho last Saturday to Harold Pendell Jr. spent the been at Springdale the past the wedding of Mich- weekend at home. year. and Beth Inglass. Last Tuesday Mrs. Sidney :lass was given in mar- Larson called in Four Lakes NEWS IN BRIEF her father Thornton of Craigmont. Russ on Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Crooks, Mr. ad Mrs. Ed Struck and Jr. was best man and Mrs. Mike Miller, Sara Kirk- M. C. Stark returned Saturday Scott .and Lenard patrick, Gretchen Moser and afternoon after spending the were ushers. The wed- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp. week in Canada. They especial- was held in the Later in the evening she called ty enjoyed swimming in the After a honeymoon on Cora Ball and Lois Moos. Radium Hot Springs. Mr. the Vaughns will live in Last Wednesday Mr. and Stark returned to his home at Mrs. A. L. Isrson and chL1- Union Monday morning. dren from Colville visited at Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson, PICNIC the Larsons. Larry Ray Lar- Patty, Tom, and Jacquite took son visited from Thursday to Mr. Johnson's sister Nancy to family of Jack Hartford Saturday with his grandpar- Ton asket over the weekend. anual picnic at d,he ents. Miss JOhnson will be observ- home Sunday. Those Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ball ing at the Tonasket school for were Mr. and Mrs. spent Friday evening at Lar-a month. She will then return and daughters sons and played Yahtsie. Mr. and Mrs. to Spargle and continue her Keen and famRy and education at EWSC. Powers from Spo- Callers last on Mrs. Sara Mrs. B'arriet Frasure Kirklaatrick weJ:e Mr. and Mrs. SIEVERS ENJOY (arl from Cheney and Homer Grove and grandson HOUSE GUESTS Mrs. G. K. Larson from Burlirgame, Oa'lif., Mrs. from C heney. Paul Petersm, Kazel Powell, Dr. and Mrs. V. Damsteel Peter Robach, 3ack Stroub, Lu- Frederick, Washington, D. C. REUNION HELD cille Fetzner and Mrs. Larson. are visiting rthe Harold Slavers and Mrs. Ben Shultz Ted Radon ,and son Kenny family. attended a family went to Moses Lake Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engels, on Mrs. Shultz lath- where Kenny attended a swim Fanklin, Minn., were house of the family Sunday meet. He won fourth place in guests at the Slavers farm About 50 at- the 50 meter back stroke and also. sixth in the 50 meter free Peter Dreessen and friend style. Mrs. Radon, joined her are expected any day for a BURNS family in Moses Lake Sunday visit from Germany at the Sievers farm cohere his par. work by the ,Four or the ,balance of the meet. ents, Mr. a, ud Mrs. Dreessen firemen ket a fire in are staying. They are sudy- at Mrs. C. R. Har- Sg]e New lag in Kallin, Germany. spreadin, g, Wednes- The garage was par- By Joanne Green MRS. PITTMAN RETURNS destroyed. JANICE GREEN FLIES FROM EASTERN TRIP evening visitors TO BOSTON Mrs. Louise Pittman 'has re- Mussell Mace home turned from a month's yarn- Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mrs. Jan:ice Green. aln'g tion. She visited ,her daughter and daughter of with a group of 75 other col- Mrs. Wil.lim Houstor and Pace, Walla Wa,lla lege students from the North- family in Asbury, N. J. Fouts of Los Argel- west, left from Porttand by a ,Miss Yvonne Knuth also vis- chartered plane Saturday Red ,at the Houston home on J. I. Holcomb sof, tball m, ovnn,g for Boston. her return trip from the Peo- held its anrmal picnic t In Boston they, ,alorg wiLh pie to People tour in Europe. Earlscourt cabin on students from all over the They all traveled to New York Lake last Saturday with world, will attend the Inter- and attended the World's Fair. national meetings of College Miss Knuth flew from Kennedy Donny and Lonny Students of the Christian Sci- airport to attend a music meet from Dishman are ence Religion. The meetings 'in Indiana after spending a few days with the ,are being held in the Mother three weeks ,at the Houston Church in Boston. children, home. and Mrs. Leon Barrick Mrs. Green was sent by the Mrs. Houston's husband is several days last week First Church of Ohrist Scien- stationed in Germany. Mrs. Cabin in the B:ue Moun- tist of Spokane. She will re- Houston and fmily plan to at Weston, Ore. The)' turn Sunday. join him there by hristmas. home Saturday. Mrs. Pittman made her trip (laughter Kathy return- BIRTHDAYS CELEBRATED by bus and reports a very en- with them after a Miss Shannon Denton was joyable time. Weeks stay with her honored at a birthday party in Walla Walla. Friday afternoon at her home. PAUL H. BLAUERT L. Davis, the grand- Her guests included Carolyn DIES IN SEATTLE spent the weekend Sievers, Karla Schmidt, Col- Paul H. Blauert, son of the the Barricks. lette Paleden, Lorenda Hef- late Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bl, au- Lee Wilcox fmily mann, ad Polly Zehm. Her ert, died Aug. 17, 1965 in Se- the week cmping on brothers Tad and Dennis were attle. Paul, who was known to d'Alene river, fish- also present, many in Spangle, attended the huckleberrying. Miss Kathryn Rigsby cele-grade and high school in Darrell Larson brated her fourth bihday at Spangle, ,and EWSC. He be- eve,nirg a the the home of Mr. ,and Mrs. gn teaching in Newport, and night campers at were Mr. and Standerr and tam- First to Cheney Drug, and Mrs. Darrell Lot- Mr. nd Mrs. yirgil and amily from 'loh- were joined on Sun- then Back to School ,Mr. and Mrs. Don and children from and Mr. and Mrs. Joe You'll find everything you need for the coming school and children from  Most were gradu- year . . . except good grades, that is. the 1913 class of Che- Pencils  black and colors, Pencil Cases, Pencil Sharp- school. Stamper, who was in-i eners, Felt Marking Pencils, Ball point end Fountain Pens, a tractoz" accident, is I Ink, Ink Eradicator, India Ink, Felt Stamp Pads, Grue, Rub- improvement  her Cement, Paste, Paper Clips. Gummed Labels, Corn- hospital in Spo- passes, Protractors, Rulers, Paper Punches, Erasers, 3- Lindell from Foot Hili Ring Note Book Filler Paper, Steno Pads, Composition on his sister, Mrs. Alex ! Books, Note Book Binders, Index Tabs, Index Dividers, last Satuctay. Scratch Pads, Carbon Paper, Typewriter Paper, Typewrit- on Mrs. Gretchen er Ribbons. week were Frank AT and his son and rem- and Mrs. W. D. Rogers Colo., and the from the Four church. Mrs. Fred Peter- family went to Ken- last Sunday and on to Idaho the next day. home or Tues- stayed in Kenne- 410 1st St. BE5-6348 Cheney, Wash. W. H. Westerman was in the Seattle schoo sys- tem for ,over 30 years as a science teacher. He is survived by .his wife, Muriel, daughter Susan, son Paul Jr. a;td grand- daughter Elizabeth Blauert, brothers Fred at Spangle, Art in Spokane, sisters Anna Ken- nedy ,of Usk, Helen Oberst of Spokane and Elna Lhtola of Seattle. He was an ctive member of First Lutheran church, of Wst Seattle. Services were held Aug. 21 at the Green ake funeral home. Bur.ial was in Evergreen cemetery. BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blauert accompanied Mr. ad Mrs. Frank Oberst ,and Mrs. Anna Kennedy to Seattle to attend the uneral of Paul H. Blauert on Saturday, Aug. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Matlock and Chris Grant, who had just returned to Seattle from Span- gle, also attended the funeral of Paul H. Blauert. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner Wn.dsor grange met last Wednesday with 20 members and two visitors present. The visktors were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Earl. Mr. Earl is the new Wndsor grange insurance agent and they belong to Dia- mond ake grange. Windsor members are working on the booth which they are enter- mg in competition at the inter- state fair in Spokane in Sep- tember. Florence Shilli.a, Irma Stragier and Leone Widner served refreshments. Mrs. Julia Franzen was h(st to a large .crowd in the Wind- sor grange hall Wednesday evening for a bridt shower for Marlene Uttke and Law- rence Charneski. They will be married Sept. 12. Windsor grange will have a card party in their hall this Saturday evening, Carolyn Parshall and Mrs. John Craw- ford will be n, charge. Attending the Daris,h card party in Spokane last Sa,tur- day evening were Irma Stra- gier, who came in high, Otto Blesner, second high. Mrs. Otto Bleisner, Irma Hansen, Pauline Rower, Nettle Mill, Cecelia Burns, Mr. and Mrs. D. H,a.l and Leone Widner. LAUREL PATTERSON TO MARRY ROBERT TODD Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Patter- son, sons Jim .and Ronnie and dau,ghter Sherrie and Mrs. Nellie Ha,gel will drive to Oaklanl, Calif. ta attend the wed,ng of Laurel Patterson. Miss Patterson and Seam,an Robert Todd wilt be married Sept. 4. Others attending will be Roy Hagel and Dixie Hagel who live in Oakland. Miss Patterson graduated from Cheney high school, she was an officer in Windsor In 1962 she was also Windsor's grange ,and won the queen contest for Windsor in 1962. F,airest of the Fair entry. Mrs. Dale Guest is conval- escing .at home after minor surgery. Mrs. Hattie Littlefield had a bad fall one day last week. Irma Stragier called on her the next day and said Mrs. Lit- tlefield was out in her gar- den. Mrs. Maxine Olson. Jim and Karen have returned .home from a seven day vacation at Sprague lake. Mr. and Mrs. G. Jasman en- tertained for Mrs. Olson and children last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs:. Fred Martin. Alvilda Garras, Adelaide Lar- sen and Michelle Olson at- tended the Danish card party last Sa,turday evening Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt HARRY STEINERS HONORED Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Steiner were honored on their 59th wedding anniversary at an open house Sunday at the home of their son and dauh- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Steiner. The couple were mar- ried in Winnipeg, Man. on Aug. 15, 1906. The Steiners have three daughters, Mrs. Judd Perkins and Mrs. Max Mahler, of Spokane. and Mrs. Frank Gable of Kennewick, and Phillip Stainer, son of Spo- kane. WEEK OF ENT'RTAINING Mrs. Florence Shrilliam of Spotted Road had as Saturday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Dean Shilliam and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gordash of Ln- don, England, and Mrs. Ann Bodnar of Edmonton, Canada. Mrs. Edna Johnson and Mrs. Pickle of Opportunity, Paul Pickle of Nine Mile Falls were ,callers during the week. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Eyre of Spokane were callers Thursday as were Mr. and Mrs. C:llarence Shill- iam of Spokane Valley and the C. E. Tinselys of Opportunity spent Saturday at her home. NEWS IN BRIEF Garry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Shilliam, Route 4, has been staioned with the navy at Treasure Island is now being transferred to San Diego to take up new duties. Miss Ourrura Sulamacha, sister of Mrs. Ava Edirtger, has returned to her home in Peuv- to Rico. Mr. and Mrs. Bb Stark and family wilt leave this week- end after spending the sum- met visiting her sister, Jean Comstock, and family and also ,her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hagel. Friday, August 27, 1965 Chemy Free Press Page $ Mr. and Mrs. John Heine- mann, Mrs. George Schaf, fer, Mr. and Mrs. C. Comstock and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stark return- ed last week from a trip to the coast salmon fishing. her sister :and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McKinley, Mike and Brenda. Mrs. Albert Falk was a Thursday caller of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lin!dsay Enjoying a fmily picn,ic at spent Friday at Coulee Dam. Williams lake Thursday eve- Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Snyder ning were Mr. and Mrs Rich- are spending several days at ard Jordan and family, Mr Lake Louise sight seeing and and Mrs. Jack Allen, Lee and visiting friends. [Marion of Portland, Mw. and -- Mrs. Lee Allen, Mrs. Marion  Bair :and Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Bair. Mrs. N. A. Cordill [ . Mr. and Mrs. John H. Har- i rzs and sons were Sunday eve- The rain of last weekend ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. has seriously hampered the harvesting operatioas in th community. Only a few farm- ers have completed their har- vesting while here are sev- eral who have qmte a lot of acreage yet-o do. This ,community was sad- dened last week with the death ,of Russell T. H,oolingar- ner who was a long time resi- dent. Miss Judy Curtis of Osborn, Idaho is a house guest of her sister an,d family, Mr. and Mrs. James J. Miller and amily. Mrs. Dick Jordan and Jo Ellen attended the kitchen shower given for Mrs. Jim Bair at the Ed Ga'ner home last week. Mike Crabb of Cheney was James (koodwin and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Art Knauft of Spokane were Monday ee- nng dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Rietz ad ram- fly. Sharon and Diane Adam- son of Lamont were guests ,of their cousin Linda Sooy last week, while Jim, Run and Ray Sooy visited with their cous- in Brian Adamson at LamonL Mr. and Mrs. Howard Buob attended a reception a In- land Grange Sunday evening honoring their grandson and his bride, Mr. and Mrs. Mi- chael Flowers. Enjoying Sunday dirmer with Mr. and Mrs. Harold tlartley and famy wee Mr. and Mrs. Ted GrosscIose Bren- a Tuesday ad Wednesday[da and Connie of Lewiston, ,ue,st of Johnny Harris. I Ida. and Miss Paulette Jechke. Willis Carlyle of Moses Lake[ was a Tuesda oernight guest t at the Gilmore Rietz home. ] Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mi and I Ron attended a family reunion STO of the Hendricks family Sun. day at the ,home o:f Mr. and Mrs. Carl ttendricks in Che- hey. Mrs. Mary Holland of Sil- ver tIitl, Md. was a special guest. 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