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News i "Virginia M. Strock DOWN YEAR enrollment in the District is down some- last year, #though Bore will be emrved is over. Liberty 200 stu, dens this Liberty Elementary and West Liberty Ele- 137. Students from two artd three trove are atterMing m the Spangle Chris- grades four and West Liberty tmch grades six, seven at the high school of the fur- West Liberty is co, n- delay is because strike. VISITED Bauert went week ,to visit Miss and 'her family B. C. Miss Bla,uert Hawkins became vhile on the Nations Pilgrimage ago. They have co- acquaintance by The Hawkins Lower Bonningten the Kootenai River is supervisor of plant providing to Nelson. Miss :Viewed two other dmTtS went fishing, pound trout, and time at Chrisina oyiag the mountain- L HELD PETERS services were held in the Spangle Chris- for a former Span- Mr. Hem'y Pet- died ut his home Idaho, Sept 6. family lived in the rea for many yeas. death of his wife in ,had fired with a Myrtle Speak, at lso survived by a sgn, Spokarte; a brother, Spokane, and of grandchildren,.' pastor of the Lrch, conducted the was at the emetery. MENTIONS Mrs. Gordon Crab- family entertained at breakfast for Lee Johnsto,n of Ariz. They are en Olympia, where Mrs. wiI1 join a gToup trip to forei court- the sponsorship of of education. ,Mrs. a school teacher btree, as well as a her family in Avi- Jo Wilson, on leave visited a:t the home Mrs. Claude Schie- Mrs. Ed Strock let 'noring for a short trip which took them! blacier Park, where over several roads which had been SCraped of several bf n,ow at the 'higher: d, own through_ Mon- Yellowstone Park, viewed the usual, Y SANDING Snding and finish- years experience. E. 1409 Spokane, HUdson )0 for future refer- A.7-O.30 Dry Cleaners PRESSING NDRy SERVICE 235-4732 B. Electric SERVICE Wiring Motors, Pumps CH. 4-2705 SERVICE ITS BEST 2354410 BROS. GROWERS! Grange Supply your crop with Aqua.Sulphur Phosphates Sprague, Collect. a24tf tourist sights, particuhrly en- joying the rea known as the Grand Canyon of he Yellow- stone, then on to V'ira City and Nevada City, arid ome- ward down the Lewis and Chrk Higkway, arriving home last Saturday evemng. Jay Baird, son of Mr. and Ms. Eb Baird, celebrated his seventh birthday with a fam- ily party ,at the Baird home. Enjoying the birthd, ay cake were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schieche, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Re'illy, Beverls, an, d Alle.n, Mrs. ]artha Nielson, BiUy Jo Wil- l] son, axtd the honoree's larents and his sister, Judy. Mr. and rs. Eb Baird, Judy .ad Jay and Shirley Riley drove to Wilbur 1,ast Sunday, where they visRed the Gerald Baird fanffly. Tim younger Bzirds .have just moved into thei new home and have re- cently purelmsed the Wilbur Fl,ower shop, which they oper- ate as well as her Blly Bur- ger Drive In. Mrs. Marha Nielson, Mr. and Mrs. Itarry Reilly, Bever- ly and Alle, Mr. ad Mrs. Eb Baird, Judy and Jay and Claude Schieehe recently joined in honoring Mrs. Claude Sehieche an her birthday. NEWS IN BRIEF Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnson received a lette from their son, Dr. Gerald Johnson, upon his return frown the Atoms For Peace confexerce held n Gen- eva, Switzerland recently. Dr. Johnson re,po,rted that he western group was received in a muoh more friendly manner by the Communist block of representatives than the sim- ilar meeting he attended in 1958. This eonference is often referred to as the "Plowshare" program. Dr. Johnson delJv- ered ,a talk at the conference, which he prepared while rest- i'rg and relaxing in h,e beauti- ful and serene atmosphere of the St. Joe National Forest area a few weeks ago, where he and his sos and a nephew enjoyed fishing and hiking. His speech at the Geneva con, terence lad .as its theme the rehtion of atomic explos- ions to the successSul engin- eering uses, ,suCh as digging can, Ms, particularly in the southern hemisvhere where s'hortage ,o,f water is such a problem. Tyler News Wanda Steng[e SUE HAM COMPETES IN FAIR CONTEST Mrs. John Ham arid Sue spent Wednesday in Spokane where Sue was a contestantf,: in the "Fairest of the Fair" con- test. NEWS IN BRIEF Sue and Iay Ham and Chris Heyer were among RiCa Oest- man's dance students who danced for the Opportunity Grange last Friday night. Eenny and David Brown narehed with the Sprague school band in the Davenport Fair parade last Saturday morrfing. From E]lensburg, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harris and children we,re over tor the weekend vis- iting his paents, Mr. and Mxs. Elmer Harris, and ,her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Anderson, Cheney. The first meeting of Tyler Grange hs been postponed until Oct. 6. Mrs. Nancy McKowan and children were Sunday visitors from Spokane with her fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sche]l. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shea are away, enjoying an end of the I o Four Lakes I By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 CHURCH NEWS On Sunday, the Four Bakes Community church held a re- dedication ,and tlanksgiving service. There was a good crowd present. Pastors and representatives from area churches were present. Rev. B. L. McLain of the Sunday school union was present. Dan Murray f Spokane sang, "Bless '/,his House." A fellowship hour vtas held afterwards in the church basement. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Earl DeRusa and Ana Erfurth spent Labor Day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Higgins of Seattle. Saturday evening visitors of Mr. rand Mrs. Fred Peterson and fiamily were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Larson rand family. Busy Fingers wig meet at the Jack Itartford hoane Tues- day at 7:30 p. m. The girts will, receive their Interstate Fair summer vacation. Their so, Patrick, is staying at the home of ,his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea, until fihey re- turn. Last Friday eve:rang, Mrs. Goldie Kartchner atte,aded in Cheney the meeting of the LDS relief ,society, where food was prepared for a sm'orgus, bord supper that will be hem the .latter part of the month in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea on- joyed a three day visit rom her parents, M'r. and Mrs. E. F. Pace, of Ke.nnewick last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lighfle of Reardan were Stmday eve- nin,g visitors at the home of i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis. i Mr. and Mrs. Arl:ie AMeman spent last Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wes i Ableman. It was a nice birth- day gathering for Mrs. Myrtle Ableman. Mrs. Margie Retter and her children enjoyed the India Summer weather visiting over :the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Polly Ableman, and sis- ter, Mrs. IIe,le Jackson. Over Labor Day weekend, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Keit)h and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Otto, Post Falls, spent the holidays in Wenatchee visiting bet daugh- ter, Mrs. Glen Bewick. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moore a,d son from Moses Lake were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kei$h Sunday. Also, early Monday morning visitors at the Bill Keiths were Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Saage of Coeur d' Alene. Enjoying Sunday dinner ith Mr. and Mrs. Ed Betz Jr. were her mother, Mrs. Ella Baker, daughter Sitaron; two sons, Vernon Baker, Cayten, Wendall Baker and small daughter fr,on Portland. Mrs. Lol,a Lamphier's sister, Mrs. Jack Teeters, and hus- bared from Kansas are in Spo- kane, staying with a niece and nephew, to be near Mrs:. Lam- phier. Mrs. Helen Jackson, Mrs. Iv,a Jackson and Mrs. Polly Ableman visited Mrs. Lola Lamphier at a local rest home Sunday night. Her heal,h has beon failing recently. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stengle and children went to Seattle recently to see his mother, who is ill in a Seattle hospital. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jack- son and family recently return- ed from the coast, where they bad enjoyed a three day fish- ing trip. They visited s rela- tives at Westport. entries. They .are to .'lae their books completed so they can be ,hn.ded in. Janita Kght was a Saturday visitor of Mr. ,and Mrs. Alex Samper. Her 'husband, Henry, is teaching at Northpext. Grange wffi meet for the first time this fall Sept. 25 at 8 p. m. at the Grange Hall. Hub Club will meet at the Four Lakes Town Hall at 10:30 a. m. Anna Erfurh will be hos- tess. I and Mrs. Bert Lindel y Mr. Xenatchee, were Fiday carl- ers of Mr. ,and Mrs. Alex Stem- peA'. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stander- ;fer is again confined to the ,hoslaita. Mrs. Cody Standerfer at- tended an all-day meeting Fri- day at the Ooeur d'Alene Hotel of the Federation of Garden Cl'ubs. Mr. ,and Mrs. De] Stadeffer motored to St. Maries Satur- day, where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Staderfer's uncle, Luke Gvfin. Mr. and M,s. Loscoe Taylor of Evans were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. RiChard Vaughn and family early this week. Mrs. Barbara Moran and Mrs. El, don Jenicke attended a wed- ding ,at St. Alerm, Ca., hst week. Barbara Moran as a bridesmaid in the wedding. Oa.llers last week at the home of Mrs. Kirkpatrick were Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Pa,l Peter- son, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pow- ell, Mrs. Gladys Woods, Mr. Peter Roebuck and Everett i Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Emma D unhp, Valley, :visited at the Sid Larson home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston R. Blakely, Eigin, Ill., were 1,ast week house guests: of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Bhkey. Last Tuesday night house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace and family were Mr. and Mrs. Revere Fours: and Florene and Kaiahy of Glendale, Calif. The Fonts were on their way to Catada, where they are vis- iting Mr. and Mrs. George Mace and fozny. Joe rahan, of Aderwood Manor on the coast, was a last week house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Grzlam. Mrs. Va! Moore of Hayford spent the weekend with Mrs. Gretchen Moer. William Jones of Alse, Ore., was a Sunday aternon dinner guest at the Lee Wilcox home. Jones will spend the winter with his son, John Jones, lt. 2, Cheney. Mrs. Hem'y Wynstra las been ,staying in Spokane with her sister since Friday because of the sudden death of her brother-in-taw, Mr. Ohet Ash- amed. Funeral services were hed Monday in Spokane. Den:ise M. Radon, former resident of Fou Lakes, who has :spent the past tvo yeas in Sacramento, Oalif., was mar- ried last Wednesday to Will- iam Leonm, d. They are making their home in Spolane. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grtb and family attended the goden weddirg anniversary of Mrs. Grub':s parer&s, Mr. d .Mrs. ArUe Bartelt, at Medical Lake Sunday. Recent visitors at the ,home of the Ar athorns of Four Lakes were Navy Lt. (j.g.) ar- lan Worth .and Mrs. Werth (nee Mary Ann Haborn) Corarmda, Cal.,if. Mary Anw is teaehir, g at Pacific Beach at San Diego ,and Harl;an is an officer aboard the U. S. S. Estes. Mrs. Margorie Peterson and Mrs. Mary Lau Mueller, nieces of Russell Mace, wtto were in an auto a,ccident Sept. 6, are recovering ncely at Sacred Iteart hospital. Mrs. Peterson stuttered two broken legs and a broken shoulder. Mrs: Muet- ler suffered a eorcu,ssion. Mrs. Mue']:ler's son,, Danny, suffered a broken n. USE BINE-TR0!o A SPECIAL KILLER R BINDWEED (Wild Morning Glory) BINE-TROL offers 4 special benefits: 1. Kills bindweed with one treatment. 2. Saves time with easy application. 3. Economical to use... compare it! 4. Saves time returning cropland to profitable production. Available in liquid and granular forms ASK YOUR DEALER, OR WRITE HIPMA CHEMICAL COMPAN 6200 N. W. St. Helens Road Portland, Oregon Mr. Wheat Grower: Need Phosphate Fertilizer? The above picture was taken of the southeast sope on a xanch in the Palouse area. The and was fallwed in 1963 ad 50 ,bs. of Nitrogen per acre, 30 lbs. Pbo  acre and 13 lbs. of Sulpkur per acre alah'ed in the fall of 1963. Note the dis- tance down the slope that wheat is responding to the Phos- phorus. Those slopes and k,obs such as in the above picture gen- erally need Phosphorus in order to maximize wheat pro- duction. Wheat needs Phosphorus in order to develop vigorous plants with extensive root systems. Your Best Source FOR PHOSPHATE IS STAUFFER AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE SOLU- TION 8-27-0 . . . AVAILABLE THROUGH YOUR LOCAL DEALER. His know-how and i! i equipment are at your service. ii |111 IIII II Fi,dy, September 18, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 3 i GRASS SEED GROWERS: HI i KILL SHEEP SORREL BANVEL-D effectively controls Sheep sorrel, Chickweeds, Clover's, Knotweeds, Dog fennel, and other hard-to-kill broadleaf annual weeds. For higher yields, cleaner seed, and lower cleaning costs, use BANVEL-D this fall. I VELSICOL CHEMICAL CORPORATION 1387 N. E. Arrowwood Dr., Hillsboro, Oregon 97123 ii Asphalt Paving UNITED PAVING COMPANY WILL BE IN CHENEY September 15 to 30 Anyone interested in parking lots, Driveways, Curbings, sidewalks, etc. Contact the Cheney City Hall before September 23. SAVE DOLLARS WHILE WE ARE IN CHENEY Aug 28-sept 18 Neighbors Grow Tall in Cheney One of the tallest and strongest of all in time of need is Spokane County United Crusade. UC works for us right here in Cheney. Its 28 county. wide agencies bring comfort where there is fear and pain. They help the young and the aged, sup- port youth programs, back medical research. 28 hard-working agencies. Just one appeal. What can you do to help? You know best, but a fair share is an hour's pay a month. That way, you can be a tall neighbor, too. And proud. i Sha re You r B less i ngs Check The Fair Share Square Spokane County United Crusade '64 Serving every one of our communities every day ,of. the year These are the 28 Spokane County agcie you help support when you ehec,k the fair share square on your pledge earl. American Red Cros Area Military Youth Program Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation Booth Memorial Hospital Boy Scouts of America Camp Fire Girls Catholic Family Service Children's Home Socie- ty of Washington Community Welfare Council Family Counseling Ser- vice Girl Scouts of U. S. A. Good Shepherd Home Lutheran Family and Child Services Salvation Army Spokane Area Safety Council Spokane County Cancer Association Spokane Rehabilitation Center St. Anne's Infant's Home St. Joseph's Children's Home United Service Organi. zation Visiting Nurses Associa. tion Volunteers of America Washington Association For Retarded Chil- dren Washington State Asso- ciation for Mental Health Washington State-Heart Association (N. E. Br.) Y. M. C. A., City YI M. C. A., Valley Y. W. C. A. /