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Thurs., Sept. 16, 1971 CHENEY FREE PRESS , Nora Knuth Busy in Retirement Memor00a, Services Slated Knuth of found an in- way of Th Years," eir hands are they sit down they work from the in the 25 years of retired in May The West School at Years. and are She has s, three doilies and hats of made several and Star She has Refrigerator and friends it track of how nmde. she makes dress lockets, ash different and animals. makes birds, animals. From makes flowers, thistle trees of Nora sees she hasn't her to has at the school the students which she plaque from when she of her twenty- service to the Years of himself time on his time they and Ore., were Mr. arnily were a pink and Gene Ward Foster the were and Hal Sooy. It met on 19 members made for Spokane Cheney, first and Were Can- Laird. The to the National was in- year. on the of October. this as in the She of 22 last of Mr. and Grange. at and with ily of Wilbur at the Friday and Mrs. Lake. bWendy with Sunday Were Mr. and re. Tilson of with work in their yard and flower garden which is beautiful with flowers such as roses, tulips and dahlias and many other Rinds. They raise violets with a Florescent Grow light over them which was given to Nora by the students she helped at school. John has found a hobby of making things of wood. The garden and yard work are their hobbies for the summer, he also has several fruit trees, he cares for, and gives a lot of fruit to friends and neighbors. But John needed something to do besides watch T.V. during the long winter months. He has made three Wishing Wells, one of which is a very interesting attraction to their flower bed. The Wishing Well made for the flower garden is complete with a pulley, bucket and all. He had made figures of a little girl, a Mexican and a donkey which are all part of the garden scene. He whittles parts for doll rocking chairs with his pocket knife. He makes dolls to go in the small rocking chairs, wooden doll shoes, candy dish holders all of wood-plastic and bottle caps. He uses the holiday theme and makes wall plaques of I.B.M. cards. In the tin work-they make doll furniture, Sunburst Wall plaques and candle and napkin holders. In the summer of 1970 they took a 14-day tour of Hawaii with a group from AARP. They enjoyed this trip very much. Nora got a lot of ideas from the hobby shops there. Such as Hawaiian dolls and bead work. The couple keep busy and happy doing their thing and spending time with their son and wife and two grandchildren. They never sell any of their beautiful and useful articles, but give a lot of it to relatives and friends. A lot of it has gone to the Good Samaritan Home at Fairfield, Wash., for the patients there. The pictures show only part of the articles the two have and are still making. Mr. and Mrs. John Knuth and her retirement hobby projects. John Nedwood of Paulsbo was a Thursday afternoon caller of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goodwin of Colfax called on the John Harris, Jim Goodwin's and the Bill Goodwin's. Mrs. Kent Sooy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weatherbe and Richy called on Dorothy Stolp of Ashland, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stolp in Hillyard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ham and Larry were Tuesday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sooy and family. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rietz were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moe. Enjoying a weekend at Little Pend Oreille Lake were Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Betz, Jim and Franklin, Mrs. Dan Daniels, and Mr. and Mrs. John DeLange. Jim got his first deer. Mr. and Mrs. William Deptuch have purchased Amber Lake Resort from Mr. and Mrs. Matt McGinnis. The McGinnis' have bought a home in Sprague. Celebrating the birthday of Mrs. Grace Okerstrom at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Mill on Sunday were the guest of honor and Mrs. Boone Mill. Amber Grange will meet Friday at 8 o'clock. Raising of the dues will be discussed. All interested persons should attend and be heard. Pomona Grange will be held at the city hall with East Cheney as host and Amber assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Don Redman attended Rainbow Installation at Dayton Sunday. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pierce, of St. John and Mr. and Mrs. Ron McKinley, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goodwin attended the Lewiston Rodeo. Bicycles Found; Owners Sought Three bicycles have been found and turned into the Cheney police station. Police have asked that persons missing bicycles take a look at those at the station as they have quite a few. Most of them have been matched against the stolen reports and do not fit available descriptions. Three found lately were a Western Flyer black and white three speed bike found near Garden Manor, Friday, and a Murray 20-inch red with silver fenders bike. The latter was found at the Music Complex at the EWSC campus. Also found was a Blue Schwinn, three-speed bike found in the alley behind Cheney Grain elevators. Meet Your Candidate Gene Teves For Position No. 1 Gene says that he would like to see bet- ter organization, in city government as his main obiective. Vote (X) for Gene Teves Position No. 1 Chenev City Council ('aid for by Gene Tev) for Dr. Ralph Tieje John Knuth and his Wishing Well and yard decorations. Memorial service for Dr. Ralph E. Tieje will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. with graveside ceremonies at Greenwood cemetery in Spokane. Dr. Tieje passed away Sept. 4 in a nursing home in Forest Grove, Ore. at the age of 85, following several years of ill health. He was cremated there with arrangement by his longtime friend, Dr. J. Roberts, a member of the English faculty at Eastern. Dr. Tieje came to EWSC in the early 1920s and became the head of the English and drama division until 1939, when he was made president of the college. He served as president until 1945, when he went to University of the Ozarks in Missouri for a few years. After that he and Mrs. Tieje moved to London, England, where they made their home until her death. She and their son, Page 5 Machines Taken Vern Johnson, Spokane, reported two velding machines "a'nd 150-foot leads were stolen from a construction job at the new Health and Physical Education Building at Eastern Washington State College. Windows Broken Marian E. Benoschek, Chat- teroy, reported that two windows of a Paulas Construction Co. loader were broken over the weekend. It was parked at a construction site on the east side of Salnave School. Introducing a New Line Olivetti Olivetti Olivetti Typewriters - Adding Machines Olivetti Praxis 48. The Unmistakable Electric Memory feature prevents common typing errors Paper centering scale -- Paper bail with auxiliary feed rollers -- Paper bail scale -- Paper release lever- Line space selector lever -- Push-in vari- able line spacer -- Carriage release buttons -- Electric margins -- Right margin line lock -- Margin by-pass  Keyboard lock -- Touch tab- ulation -- Tab set key -- Tab clear key -- Im- pression control -- 3 repeat spaceing keys -- 4 repeat typing keys -- "Swing open" top cover -- Personalized touch control -- Memory line finder -- Horizontal half-spacing- Vertical half-spacing -- Automatic centering scale ALL SPECIAL PRICED INTRODUCTORY OFFER The Olivetti Quenta Portble Adding Machine Standard 10 key keyboard Direct subtraction dnd automatic credit balance Calculates at 160 cycles per minute Back-space, clearing, non-add and repeat keys Totals, subtotals, and negative balances in red Column indicator with decimal punctuation Multiplication by repeat addition Negative multiplication by repeat subtraction Attractive carrying case (at additional cost) Olivetti Underwood Studio 45 Portable 43-key keyboard Adjustable touch tuning 3-position ribbon control Push-button variable Spring steel keys Automatic ribbon reversal Full-size carriage Erasure table Type segment shift Folding carriage return and line spacing lever Clear-view typing line Hidden paper supports Easy-action return Carriage release levers Removable cover plate Serving Growing Communities JllllJlJJJJllllllll. 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