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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 1, 1965 q'hL___-- CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Fmtered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Mater under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every NATIONAL EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington.   I AS CSTIJrN Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year - -- m:,==.u-.le,l,la=.-- All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER Wds bou, t U. S. Savings Bonds by President J,ohnson "We are determined that this in,vestment shaU continue to be the sMest, a,nd the soundest and the most successful in atl the world." Directory 0. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. ...to find out how much you may save on car insurance "Stu" Benshoof Agent Office Phone FA 7.4407 N. 2921 Monroe, Spokane AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY • ,,, Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois],?_ olp • Tyler News • By Wanda Stengle Mrs. Mae Rosenau attended a baby shower held in lonor of Mrs. Dat Cooper Tuesday at the home of Mrs. George Soan of Medical Lake. Mrs. Eeanr !Schell and d'au,ghter Nancy iMcKo,wn were present from Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Davis: af Ritzville were Sunday eve- ning eatlers on the Donald DavJses. Mr. and Mrs. I)n Shea are t:he proud parons of a new baby girl brn Sept. 22, weigrh- in,g 7 pounds, 12 onces. They named hev ina Lee. She joins a brhe,r Patrick. S'laron' mother will be stayiLng witch them through this week. Mrs. Jeanne Shea, Mrs. Merle Peterson and Mrs. F, ran.dis Chiders served luncheon Sat- urday at Pomora grange. M,rs. Bob Shea was (me of severn h,ostesses for a baby shover given in hono,r of Mrs. IYorothy Hendricks of Cheney for their newly advpted son, Mark Stanl'ey. It ws hem at the Nazerne church Frid/ay niffht. Abou't 21 were 9resent. Mr. ,and Mrs. Grey Master- son and son Danny of Pmidantd were weekend gue,sts of Mr. e..nd Mrs. 2rley Heyer and Chris. Mrs. Ran Gideon was a Sat- urdiay guest of Mrs. Jeanie Harris. Mrs. Harris relorts tihat her grandchildren's pride in their hose, Benny's Pride, was justified for he placed first at the Pl,ayfair race track. • Amber News s Mrs. N. A. Cordill Frank Bunker Leaves For Annual Elk Hunt With Several Guests Frank Bunker, Amber, left Wednesday for the SeXy area, Ida,ha, on a elk lmnt- ing trip. Ohers in the party acl, ude Bernard Thvm nd Y. Y. Kmn, both fom HaMi; Meon Howard, Spokane; Jolm R. Woodworth, diroc'x)r of big game, and Em,er N,orberg, big game biologist, bach from Ida- ho. AMBER SCHOOL MENU onday -- Scafloped pota- toes and weiners, green beans, bread and butter, pears and milk. Tuesday -- Spaghetti with moat and tomato sauce, green ,sM,ad, ,hot rolls and butter, peach-ulside down cake antd milk. Wednesday -- Vegetable and meat carole, ca,lbage sahd, bread :and butter, fruit- ed jeHo anal mlk. Thursday -- Raked beans vdth lam, apple sauce, co,rn bread a,d butter, ice crea'm ad milk. Friday -- Noodle and tna casserole, fruit sad, brea,d and bhtter, cookies and milk. BRIEFS Young GNs bridge club met Wednesday ,afternoon at the borne of Mrs. F. N. McKinley wit,h Mrs. Clarles E. Miller, Mrs. Wils(m, Cree, Mrs. L. C. Cordill and Mrs. Don Lambert as guests. Prize wiriness in,elud- ed Mm. Melvin Marsh, Mrs. lon McKinlley and Mrs. John II. Harris. The club will meet next with Mrs. Ro McKinley Oct. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goodwin of Ohe,l,an were Satuaxt7 guests of Mr. an, d m. John H. Harris an, d sons. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. J,ames oodwin, Rick, Fred and Roger and Dave Goodwin. My. and Mrs. Earl Berry of, Thornton were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marsh. Later in the afternaa,n the group caled oa Mrs. Josie Marsh. Other callers of Mrs. M, avsh included Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cummin,gs and family of Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marsh. Be,lh Kidwelt o,f Spokane was a weeeknd guest ,o,f h,e,r sou,sin, Jo Ellen Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Vines Go,n- zales and Tarry of Sparks, Ne- va, da }eft last Monday for heir home after spen, d,ing a 10 day vaoation wih her pa-ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Decker. rs. A. J. Falk was a Friday ,afterrmon visitor of Mrs. J,a,n M. Harris. Nick Marsh was a weekend guest of his cousin, MfChael Cummings. Mrs. Russell H'opin,arner rand Mrs. Harry Oe,ser were Friday aftern, oon callers at the Leslie Mill hams. Mr. and IVtrs. Lean,oral Mus- ser of Livermore, Calif., ar- rived Sunday for a month's visit with her two sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. C'harles A. Mi'ller and daughter's and Mr. ad Mrs. James J. Mi.ll,cr a.nd tLhree ehiklren. They will also be vis,iting other re!atives CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos. als are available for educatim. al equipmeat and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di. rector of Purchasing, Room 121, Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1965-July 1, 1966) in,clouding Mr. and Mrs. Ciharles E. Miller and Mr. and Mcs. Fxed Mil,ler. Mrs. Alta Buob, Mrs. Josie Marsh, Mrs. Ch, rsti'ne Mars,h, Mrs. Pat McKinley and Mrs. Ivy Co,rd'ilt hel(ped s'erve the noon meal to approximately 145 at Pomona grange Satur- day. Master Larry Oeser toak the fifth degree later that eve- ning. Mr. ,and Mrs. Wesley Lo:p- cr a,[ Walnut Creek, Calif. are visiting with their daughters and fami'lies, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. D,ecke and Mr. and Mr,s. [ larancis Splicht and fami:ly I of Spangle. t Amber Ramblers 4-H elu,bt held a meeting at the school} house Monday eve,ning. All . I • III [ I J ...... Famous Quote "' The secret o[ success is constance to purpose " E9|ih $ttesmun DISRAELI 15o4-I51 members handed in their co,m- ple,ted project book,s. The cooking girls reported on their entries at the Interstate Fair as fol, lows: Glenna Best, red ribb, o,n on ban,an,a bread; Co,nliie Best, red ribbon on dro,p cookies; Sardra Lewis, red ribbon on a cinnamon ring; Dorna Lews, red) on chocalate cake; " Jill red ribbon on bar meeting wll be held mont'h for the club for next year. Mr. and Mrs. Ross wood recently : a six-day trip through ANNUAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH 'Chicken Dinner & Thursday, October 7 City Hall--- 5:30 to ADULTS $1.50, CHILDREN UNDER 12, 75€ The Bargain S Beautiful New Daveno and Wing Appliances and Used Furniture-Anti Open 'til 9 p. m. Friday Nights 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Weekdays Telephon 235.4744 -- Across from Brown & ANNOUNCING THE b6s FROM FORD! FORDS: new quiet, ultra-luxurious LTD's, new high-performance 7-Litre models with 428-cu.in.V-8. FA[RLANES: lively new Xl:s, GT's, convertibles. FALCONS: new flair for the economy champ. MUSTANGS: more fun-filled than ever. 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New 7-Litre high-performance series. • Seven new Standard Safety Package features (on all '66 cars from Ford) including emergency flasher system. • 13 new Fairlanes--new looks, liveli- ness, luxury. New convertibles, wagons, XL's, GT's and GT/A's. GT/A's have new "Sport Shift" Cruise.O.Matic--it's automatic or manual • 7 new Falcons--now America's Economy Cham-'E'E smoothest, smartest, the most spacious FalC01 ever. Lively 170-cu. in. Six. • 3 new MustanL more fun than ever in America's Favori Car. New stereo tape player option, new 5.dl instrument cluster, 200-cu. in. Six, bucket seat; sporty floor shift, carpeting--all standard. Co0 try Total Performance '66. New station wagon Magic Doorgato swings out for people and down for cargo. Standard on Ford, Faldane; low-cost option on Falcon. ............. ;:. :.:.;;:.; .........  .... America's total performance cars. 49 new models. See your Ford Dealer TODAY RATCLIFFE COMPANY America's Total Performmce Cars FORD M USTANG • FALCON = FAIRLANE. FORD • THUNDERBIRI 402 Second Street Phone 235-6238, Cheney, Wash.