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ii Four Lakes Lenard Mace [;RANGE AUXILIARY MEETS Grange Auxiliary met at the of Mrs. Russol M.c:e 20. Present were Mrs. Moser, Mrs. Bonrde Mrs. SavaIah Wfllms, Mary Dirks and Mrs. Haidcy. Receiving secret gts were Mrs. Dirkps and Haidy. A gift was also to Wihna Pendell. 4dOt prize was won by Haidey. Plans were dis- for the auxiliary t?air .ls,5 discussed were for the annual Harvest to be held in late October. Mace vas appointed ticket The next meeting been set up to Sept. 10 be- of the Interstate Fair, interferes with the or- date. The meeting will held at the Grange H all at :30. Bring a s,a, ck lunch. wi!l be done an the fair COMMUNITY FAIR NEARS &apos;are functioning as fair time approach- forget, everyone is to ex,hibit, especially There is no entry fee. be cash prize awards the biue ribbon booth win- Premium lsts are avail-! at the Four Lakes store. he potluck dinner to be t on, everyone is asked a hot dsh. Either and noodles r spag- Rolls salads or desserts a 1 s o be appreciated. activities incl,ude and contests under the of Mrs. James Owen Mike Miller. WINS POINTS R:adon parcipted Swimming meet at Walla last Sunday. He as potent winner for boys 10 under. He broke three records and placed first 50 'ard back soke, 50 and 50 yard style. REST OF THE FAIR LakesGrange 908 will Kay Owen as: their of the Fair" candidate. LSONAL MENTIONS and Mrs. Orle Phil- and Elaine attended a at Fort Spokane Sun- afternoon was' spent on the Columbia. Phillit)sor spent Vhe at Spaag, le with Mr. Mrs. Jerry Rasmussen. Barrick worst to Walla to spend 'a week with grandmother, Mrs. H. L. Claude Crooks was a dinner guest o,f Mr. and Glenn Lunnebg of SPO- After dirmer they went nursing hme to visit Crooks. He was better on and Mrs. H. Stevens of Bluff, Calif., were Satur- vening visitors of Mr. Boats Earlscourt mad and Mrs. Jack Hartford attended the Grocery Co. picnic Park. and Mrs. Mike Miller mily returrmd Sunday a week's vacation N,atianal Park Ground Tetons. last week at the Kirk- home were Mr. and Locel'l Murbach, Mrs. r a WailS, Spokane, Mrs. Hunker, Wapo, Ore., Mace, Damay Vaughn Keith Poveil. Fred J. Peteson and spent a week at Ken- with Mrs. Peterson's and aunt, Mr. ad Mrs. They reurned afternoon. S ,h a r o n Mrs. Petersan's sister, 'so ,at Kennewick. aad Mrs. Darrell Orr Son were Stmday o:fter- Visittrs of the Fred Pet- three-day house guest ef g M, rs. Burtx Blakely Wlmer V. Lon, gwel Rico. El'aine Carming re- home Monday from a vacaffon i Utah with M. Jack Price, Wileoxes, the Bert and the Ted Radons o Garnet Gulch, Idaho, CollectS'rig rtp. and Mrs. Lee Wlcox Mr. and Mrs. Bet aud ed Swan went to Lake arcl althemd carps Eddy McKimdn: ad of Sa D'mseo (nee SuMvan) vve Thars- caUers of Mrs. and family. and M r s. ,Bartleson, With heir ,son arid his a picr at Watts DIAMOND RINGS and Mrs. Rey Bavblesn fiinnr guests their so, Mary, Narmy Sileocks had a rieee daughter from Los Mrs. Madge Wltms Mrs. Silcacks lxmk to visit Wiley Brown. They also caed on Mrs. Bob McCornick. Mr. and Mrs. lobert C. Old of Nevada are spe,rg two weeks with Mr. arid Mrs. James t!armon and family. They are 5irs. Harmon's IrateneSs. Mrs. Wiley Brown called on Mrs. Silecks Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pen- dell want to the lake and stayed for the weekend. Mrs. Virgil Good.her is ,help- ing Mrs. Silecks for a few days with housework. Mrs. Tray Re no,lds and farm- fly visited her parents, Mr. and iMrs. Earl Pendell, n Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Del Stander- for, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kraut, Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Burgess a,nd Mr. nd Mrs. Alex Villd'o- bos ,attended 'a awaii,an luau last Saturday night at Deer Lake. Mrs. R. W. &tki'ns and La- Vonne mored to Yakima over the weeken,d, where they visited Mr. R. W. Atk,ins, who is in two weeks of Air Na- tiona.1 Guard traiing. The DWYC club of Rebekah lodge enjoyed a pcnic at the home of Mrs. Sidney Larson. Mrs. W. J. Standerfer is con- fined to Sa(:red Heart hospital She fell and fractured sevel banes at ,her home. Mr. and Mrs. Cody Stander- fer took Mrs. Ross Holkun, a cousin of Mrs. Staaderfer, to Deer Lake for an o,utg. Mrs. Wynsa eteaed some la4ies of Spotcane, he- hey, Seattle and Potlach on Tuesday. Roberta Howe and her granddaughter, R,heo Hubbard, were cahers of Mrs. Wynstra on Wednesday. Henry Wynstra and Hank Smith of Cheney spent Thurs- day ,at Ewan at Mr. Snth's ranch. House guests last wee,k o.f Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bureau were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carrier and daughter. Mrs. Carrier is Buteau's niece. They are frown Lauzon, Quebec. Before they visited the Buteaus they vis- ited Carrier's sister in Van- couvev, B.C. They will visit Mr. arid Mrs. Tho,m)as Dorsey (Lee Helen Buteau) in Newark, Ohio, before they return to Canada. Weekend guests of the Bu- teaus were Mr. and Ms:. Bd RuoHe of Pollard, Ore. My. Ruelle is ,a ephew of Mrs. Buteau. East Cheney By Anna Phillips PHILLIPS HOME AFTER VACATION Chester Phillips ,,and h mo- ther, Mrs. Anna Phillips, re- tured home 1,ast Wednesday evening from a Wip to Narka, Kan., in the northeastern part: of Kansas where they visited: relatives arid friends. On the] trip to Kansas, he weather] cool. Coming back they[ ra into a cl,oudburst in Grand [ Island, Neb., ,and around 100[ degree heat in Wyoming. At] Butte, Mont., they went' I:hrough a srmw blizzard. In all, 4,000 r more miles were covered. PERSONAL MENTIONS Bette Babb, Helen B,oo,s and Esther Stelzev served lunch at the Harry Hampton sole. Gar- nett Boots helped out at n(on hour and Mary Bo0,ts also helped. Sisters of Mrs. H,arry Hamp- ton, Mrs. Mbel Allard, Lewis- ton, an, d Mrs. Larene Taylor, Riggins, Idaho, were heping the Hampton,s last week get- tmg ready for the sale. Mr. and Mrs. 3de Lab',ash and family attend:ed the alPirl ro- deo near Sp,angle last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips and orohnny spent ])as t Sunday evening with Mr. an.<l Mrs. D,ottg IL}le ,ef Thornton, vhere harvesting is in ful swing. Mr. and Mrs. David Buddrius s[ People, Spots In The New . : SEEIN' THINGS! Yes, that is a 1910 "triplane" flying over London racetrack -- a plane newly built for a movie. JETS OF FLAME that remove iro regularities from cast steel billets leap from "scarfer" developed by Chemetron Corp.'s NCG division. Smaller-than-standard unit costa one-fifth usual amount. Spangle News By Virginia M. Strock MORASCH ON SHIP James R. Marasch, seaman, USN, ,son ,o Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence R. Morasch of Route 1, Spangle, is a crew member of the attack carrier USS Corsel- lation operating off the coast of Southeastern Asia. The Can.stellaon, o n e o f the Navy's mbi]e floating air- bases, pro,vides fuel, mainten- ance .and sup,llies fo more thlan 80 airplanes of a.ssoted types and sizes. The Cop:stellaion i,s op,er- and Duane of Almira spent lhe week:end with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis and r,s. Anna P'hillips. Mrs Albert Iabb and Mrs. Garnett Boots moored to Sanldpoint, Idaho, Friday to visit Mrs. tabb's sister, Mrs. M ,a r g e So,arid, who is recu- perating in the Bonner General Hospital. Mrs. Janet Henderson, Cu- pertino, Calif., is a hose guest of her uncle, Garnett Boots. Mrs. Helen Boots attended :be 4.H dress review judges hmcheon and briefing in Spo- kane Monday. Monday evening dinner guests o the Gavnett Boots family were Mr. and Mrs. Da- vid lcNearney and sos of Roseville, Calif., Mr. arrd Mrs. R. G. Boots, Mrs. Janet Hen- derson and Mrs. Vina McNear- ney, .of Fort Ruker, Ala. Mr..and Mrs. Albert Bbb, Judy and Linda etertained with birthday dinner recently in ated by more than 4,000 men. She can operate continuously for months t a me, coer- ing more than 600 miles a day with speecs up o 40 miles an .hour. Four proponent, each equal in sze. to .a twosary house, give bey this speed. Her flight deck is longer three footbalt fields laid end to ed. The widest point of the deck is appr.ox,imate[y 252 feet, larrge enou,h to h,o]d the luxury liners Queen Eliz- abeth and Queen Mary, side by side. PAIR GO CALLING rHURSDAY AFTERNOON Mrs. Alan Crisp a;nd child- ren and Mrs. Bob Hann,a and children, Spokane, were Thurs- d,a7 aftern.oon callers at the Ed Strock and Ron Green hones. MRS. BERTHA HALL TAKES VACATION Mrs. Bertla Hal is on a two- week vacation trip with her sis- ter and brotherdn-law, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Morrow, and her nece, Mrs. Betty McCle!an, a,nd daughters. They vill visit in Yellowstone with a brother, Roy Greenlee, and wife, o,f bIdesto, Ca,lf., dive up he Califarnia and Orean cast ad finish with a visit in Brit- ish Columbia. PERSONAL MENTIONS Miss Linda Cramer .tras re- home after visiting rel- atives and friends in Seattle. M's. Verne Smith, Mrs. Claude Scbieche, Mrs. Don Warwick, of Harri,n:gton, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Novotney and Marcia Jo, Mrs. Hazel Schiee,he and the Krag Kragn, ess family spent Sunday at Priest Lake Arehie Baird is a patient at Sacred Heart Hospital, where he was ta,k,en last week suffering from extensive hem- orhaging. After numerous tests, x-rays and a number of blood transfusions, he is now reported to be in much im- proved coi'dition. Mr. and Mrs. Hu,gh Hart Rhoda Hrt, ha Oakesdale last Rh, oda Hart, in Oaksdale last week. The senior Mrs. Hart had been in the :hospital but was home ,and is improving in hea:lh. Miss Bonnie J,o Green was :guest of at a birthday dirrner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strock Sunday. Helping her celebrate her fifth birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Atkinson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster and dau'ghters, Mrs. Vicki Sc,hrnaltz 'and Vanessa and Mrs. Gordian Green, all of Slaokane, and Mrs. Ron Green, Donnie and Lonnie. Earl Rohwer will be carry- ing the rural mail roue for a 'few weeks while the regular carrier, Virginia Sock, at- tempts to recover fvoan a siege of irfflamed and lain'ful shoul- der muscles that have n,at been responding to treatment be- cause of having to use them in performarce of the duties of the route. The George Huchins(m Imme is very empty and quiet tedray after all of the,ix child- ren departed for their homes, 235-6378 Friday, August 28, 1964 C honey Free Press Page 3 PLAN YOUR TRIP .having come froan varions prts of he West to hep 'ter A family vacation should be parents celebrate th.eiv golden planned to avoid prolonged anniversary. Mare on the re- driving over strarge roads or ceptian when the Hutchinsons into the ght when accident have had time to catch ter hazards greatIy increase. breath and I can fret the de- tails. Mrs. Louise Pittman visited AH cars should be equipped Sunday at Ritzvile, here te with a basic first aid kit, flares family helped Mrs. Wflma and other emergercy gear for Knuth celebrate her birthday, use in case of tr(mble. Mrs. Louise Pittman attend- ed a swhnming party ar Past Matrons and Past Patrons of O.E.S. at the one of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Plummer, Spokane, l:st week. Directory FLOOR SANDING TRAFFIC TIP Foor snding and finish- The .Mlstate Motor Cinb warns vacationers to make a,d- ing, 30 years eperierme. vance registration when tra- Andy Anderson, E. 1409 veling on the highway. Early Central, Spokane, HUdson stopping ,at motels or h)tels 7-0171. wi,U enable motorists to relax in praparatio,n, of the next Clip out far future refer- day's journey, enee. A.7-O.30 In the opimon of National Grange Master Newsom, "American agriculture is a part of our total economy--not a- part from cur economy... the old phiosolhy of relying chiefly on restricting produc- tion for the sake of a high unit price canrmt well serve farmers or the American eel)n- City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 omy in the 1960's. The mort- ,___..__._ opolistie approach of purchase by government of .those corn- modifies which trove no other market at the government )rice is not realistic." 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