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Page 12 CHENEY FREE PRESS Thurs., Sept. 16, 1971 EAS CHENEY Mrs. Anne Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Bill Westerman of Othello were recent visitors at the home of Frank Ludwig and sister, Mrs. Celia Kelly. Mrs. E. V. Steward of Coeur d'Alene is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish and family. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Kilt and Connie entertained with dinner last Sunday to celebrate their son Jack's birthday and homecoming from Fort Leonard Wood of Missouri. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Reitmeier, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Reitmeier and children of Medical Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips. Mrs. Tom Labish made a trip to Worley, Idaho last Friday and spent the day with her mother, Mrs. Edna Rew. Firearm Safety Course offered Mr. and Mrs. Walter Piersol of Spokane and Mrs. Anna Phillips were last Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips .......... Mrs. Chester Phillips is still on the sick list. Those calling on her were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bauer of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reitmeier of Medical Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish. By Janice Hinrichs Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Prasky returned Sunday from a three week trip to Ohio. Fran Lindberg is recovering from surgery at St. Lukes. Jim Behaind is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rick Harris. He just came in from Thailand. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Chase at- tended the annual URM Banquet at Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. A surprise birthday party was held Saturday evening honoring Janice Hinrichs. Those attending were Debbie, Cheryl and Gloria Lozar, Marie Russell, Cheryl Smith and Cindy Olson. Pizza was served for refreshements. Lori Williams and Gloria Lozar also celebrated birthdays this week. . ] II liB j GROCERY [ ' &erue F ; LP , Gdlkl S I u,,.-.,s F I Xhy - SaWk i 8 L m. b8 ik 8j, , tr'ee Preu 8e4d Hwe i mee 'm a-Jtm r S. SI G mvd. .... I i iil The firearm safety course offered to all boys and girls under Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Young, the age of 18 starts Monday at the Flint andBrad, Mrs. Gary Brash Cheney Senior High School. Snow Driff--42-oz. and Jennifer, visited Mrs. Duane Registration and enrollment will Harringtn and family last week" take place at 7 p'm" and the firstclass will end at 9 p.m. The SHORTENING 6 Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Shaw, second class will start at 7 p.m. Ronnie and Wayne of Davenport Tuesday, September 21 and end spent last Sunday with Frank at 9 p.m. Nuco--1.Jb. Ludwig and Mrs. Celia Kelly. The boys and girls 14 years and under must be accompanied by a MARGARINE 2 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton parent. 1 attended a picnic at Walla Walla The course is sponsored by the and visited old friends. This week Cheney Jaycees in cooperation Lorene Taylor, a sister of Mrs. with the State Game Depart- Hampton of Riggins, Idaho, is a ment. The course instructors will Arden Deliia--]/2 gallon house guestofMr, andMrs, be MauriceWrightandSteve iCE CREAM 5 Harry Hampton. Pope. E. Eldon Engle is the class coordinator. For information call Friday at 8 p.m. is East Cheney 23.5-4723. Grange's first meeting after summer vacation. Saturday East Cheney will help entertain Jaycees to Hear Banquet Spokane County Pomona at Cheney City Hall. The meeting Idaho Speaker CREAM PiES starts at 10 a.m. Dick Schmidt of Coeur d' Alene will be the guest speaker at the TYLER WINS---Spokane Interstate Fair judges Jack and Marge Brown, Jerry and Linda Jackson, selected Tyler Grange as second place winner in Alvin Miller, Susan Miller, Bob and Evelyn Shea Top Dog - Cat's Meow-l-lb. Tin Cheney Jaycee meeting tonight (Thursday) at 8 p.m. at the the Grange booth competition. This is the second and Gerald and Caludia Geschkeas chairman. The Lincoln First Federal Savings year Tyler Grange has entered a booth at the fair. oil painting displayed on the booth was painted by Pff FOOD 1 and Loan Association Building. There was 12 Granges displaying booths this year Joyce Rivers. Eddie Martin, club president, at the fair. The fair booth committee consists of said Schmidt will talk about ways and means projects and motivation. Dump Permit Is Issued ""-t.o,00ege Enrolls 00'eoo0000i.00ooo,00.ene..a00 ,00, 00y00oy0000roo00. been issued a license by the and that the switch would be Recent visitors at the Marvin Five from Ch ey Spokane county commissioners made within a matter of weeks. Willms residence were Mr. and en to operate the county's Marshall Gillson's license is for six Mrs. Cecil Johnson and children, Landfill refuse dump. months but his proposal was for Amy and Andy of Othello, Wash. Fivemore Cheney High School Whey issued a license to Gillson renewal of the license annually ]00% - Fully Guaranteed graduates have been admitted as to operate a landfill on 29 acres for at ]east 10 years. He Rev. Ira J. Soles, Jr. and wife, freshmento Eastern Washington he owns adjacent to the exisitng estimated his property would the former Audrey Cot, are Full Hind Front State College for the fall quarter, county landfill, provide space for refuse dum- working as minister and Sides Quarters Ouarte SPEAKER--Dr. M. Kimber They are Michael Boley, Mark Gillson agreed to run the dump ping for 30 to 35 years, missionaries for the American Mouiton of Huntington Beach, C. DeViney, Franklin Ferrell, under the same conditions, Turner said the carrying Sunday School Union, with their |b. lb. |b. Calif" will he the guest speaker LOUIse Ratcliffe and Anne Marie restrietins and fee schedule nw capacity f the exisitng 45-acre territry IDeated near Clville 63 79 49  at the Cheney Church of Skocilich. imposed on the present contract county dump would be and Addy, Wash., and points as Nazarene special Revival ser- Medical Lake High School operator, exhausted in seven or eight far north as Canada. Both Ira vices Sept. 13-19. There will he graduates admitted to EWSC County Engineer Robert S. years. It will remain available and Audrey were Cheney H.S. All Include Cuffin and Wra services each evening starting at include John W./Liken Jr., Guy S. Turner said the present operator for "stop-gap" use if needed, he students, and are the son and 7:30. Dr. Moulton pastored First Charlton, James E. Milner and had agreed to terminate his said. daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Church of Nazarene in Los Shelley Nuss. IrlSoles, Sr. ROUND bldek' Angeles for 15 years and recently An Upper Columbia High is devoting full time in the School graduate, Evelyn I. "Activities Flea Market" Ruth Wunderlichisspendinga evangelistic field. Tillgren, has also been admitted  week in Idaho Falls, Idaho, to to EWSC. attend a wedding reception given [b 9 for her neice and husband, the Full Cut Smash on First Courses Added to Be Held at EWSC Michael W. Durrants. Triple-, .... n Causes Fire An orientation for new Eastern formation available for the new Guests at the home of Mr. and for Graduation Washington state College students. Mrs. Harold Wehan this past PO R K RoA Considerable excitement students, an "Activities Flea Bruce Murray, assistant week have been the Joe Hart- developed in Cheney last Friday Market," will be held Monday director of student activities and mans of Stiles, Idaho, and on First Street near the north New general education and from 10 to 5 in the EWSC Pence co-chairman, said more than 600 Elizabeth Holliday of Sun City, entrance to the city when a E n g li s h c o m p o s i t i o n Union Building. new students have already Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Volkeswagen was driven off the Ib 5 requirements for undergraduate Michael Baker, Olympia signedup to attend the program, Bleeker, daughter of the enbankment and caused a grass degrees at Eastern Washington sophomore and orientation co- which is sponsored by the EWSC Werhans, will be entertaining said guests at her home in Loin End fire. State College have been ap- chairman, said the affair will Associated Students. More are .......... Cheney police and firemen proved by the college Board of offer feature films, a coffee expected to attend as EWSC Spokane on Wednesday. The were called to the scene and the Trustees and will go into effect house with concerts by different students will begin returning to John Werhan family will be driver was pulled from the car this fall. groups and other social campus when residence halls arriving from Fairfield, Wn. to from apparent danger by fire. Dr. Philip Marshall, vice acitivities, open Sunday (Sept. 19) at 9 a.m. attend the dinner also. The accident took place on the .......  . ...... ::;i::;:::i:ii:: president for academic affairs, At the same time, 25 to 30 Purpose of the orientation ........... :.:::r;;;;:::ii: east side of First between Pine said social sciences, humanities, EWSC administrative offices, Murray said, is to encourage new Ellen Soles Herr|n, of Yuba ... r ..: :[ ::::. and Vine. The driver, Bertram A. !i:::.ii!i:: natural science and mathematics such as the registrar, central students to seek out answers to City, Calif, has attended a blind Lewis, was ticketed for driving i.i :: .!!!!!ii!ii:.ii::ili while under the influence of are the three areas established advising, financial aids and dean questions and solutions to school near San Francisco to i liquor, as general education of students, and various college problems, study Braille, since losing her i;;i:.i!iii!::i ::'.':.." " .......,.....:::::::::.... ""':':::::: .i!!!!!::::..::i:]ii[]ii!ii!i:: requirements, service organizations and clubs eye sight one year ago. Upon ::::::::::::::,.J: ....;.i.!i!i!i!!i!iii.i;ii!iiiii  Students willselect20quarter- will have literature and in- successful completion of the . Hygrade--Rib hour credits in any two areas and school, she has been appointed as West Virginia 15 hours in the third for the Youth Is Held an instructorin Braille for those required 55 quarter-hour credits Rodeo Movies students assigned to her by SLICED proper authorities associated BACON in general education. To Be Shown James D. Kintner and two with the blind in Vuba City. juveniles were arrested by DtIPLF.IE$ WITH Washers - Dryers - Stoves Refrigerators - Dishwashers Garbale Disposal -W-W Carpetin Drapes - And lots of View Windows Covered Parking - Private Yard $175 monthly or $160 year's lease Inquire at 4th & Vine Street 235-4169 AFTER 2 P. M. Chenev or Call WA 4-2785 - SPOKANE Cheney police last Thursday for Student Enters 1971Cheney Rodeo movies wall possession of a controlled sub- be shwn three times at the stance (narcotics). They were MichaelK. Nelson of Cheney is 75 69  Fireside Restaurant dining room parked on Front Street. Kintner's among the additional students at 8 p.m. Saturday. The movies address was given as 1016 admitted to Washington State are free and sponsored by the Second. University for the fall semester, lb. lb. Cheney Rodeo Association. Adults and children are both welcome. No. 1 Rueett POTAT SOMETIMES A FAMILY IHHERITS A WHOLE FARM BUT ENDS UP WITH ONLY A SMALL00 @ ,b. 3 I wish to thank the countless number New of fine customers and patronizers over APPL the years. It's been my pleasure to do An estate conservation plan business with you and to provide you based on Whole Life Insurance 19 from New York Life can help with the many fine Thrift products, lb. you protect your family from such a calamity. Also, this pol- icy builds cash values for you[ J wish to encourage you to continue -=---=-=-=--=----=_-==_-_-_--_-_-_-=_-=-. I'd be happy to go over all de- tails with you soon. shoppin at our Thrift Store. The new Seedless owner, Mr. Terry Sparrow and his man- GRAPES ager, Randy Skiles, will provide the same Dleasant shoDpinR conditions as in 29 the past. Both of these men look for- lb. ward to meetin each and everyone of :;:  , you and will be reat assets to our tom- Win. "Bill" BRADSHAW. mun/ty. NEW YORK LIFE ARain thanks to the wonderful Dat- INSURANCE COMPANY ao Sond rons the past years and to my fellow Cheney 235-6161 businessmen in Chenev. E John Gibson