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rNews N. A. Cordill aad Mrs. &apos;m Hughes C]ase, Md., arrived for a visit yes, among whom Harders, Carl Ch, arlie MiIlers and I the Hughes I where they will and relatives and camping and ,hiking. I return home wa where they phn to I daughter, Susanne Leo D onnelsons J. H. Len, ox family, t $ HOT LUNCH ) MONDAY school hot lunch pro- start Monday. Mrs. Moe, our congenial have cha:ge Oct. 5-9 Mashed potatoes gravy, green stix, peaches, butter, milk. Hamburger he,a- s,ald, hot rolls lee cream, milk. getable and cabbage sahd, chocolate cake, Meat }oaf, but- celery, stix, bread, milk. I //I Our to answer ques- tile new school. Th, will have a shor interested per- and is urged E WIZ' TLII'Ay/OAA4E/P THI: AA4ERICA/V CONTINENT FA-'OA/I CANA.PA 70 A4EX/CO FO.' T/YOLISAND6 OF YEARS , BEFOR'E T/-/E A'/IVAZ OF COL ///14f-/J'5 ('A.5 PROVEP By 'N /920 ONLY/8 OF TIIE 58 TATE OR/61A/ALL Y THE IIABI- TAT OF THE TUKKEY HAP ANY OF- THE PEC/E; LEFT. I N/W YORz'/ PENNSYZVAAI/A ANP A,11550U,/ WERE [ AMONG. THE EARL Y ZEAPE'5 IN A NATIONAL. .-.,: CONS-FRVATION EFF'ORT TO P,ESE,'VE 7-ii15 ": AA4ER/CAN I-IERITAG THROUGH FULL PROTECTION BY 77fE GAME ZA/'V,.. . , OWE LEAOEI'IN 7-IL/S EFFORT IS  ZomAs F. ccAr/i wosE INTERE2T /5 /'/E///TEA/E Y THE ACT THAT Ill ,'=/R p/TA'/BurE - A/OI-P'OOF OUKBON CALLEP WIL TZ/JKEY. " Hot dOgS, macaro-  ee,.e, sliced tmatoes, Glenn, a, Conme and Frank l sP, milk were Sunday visitors of Mr. I ....... } and Mrs. Gary Bleker a,nd fam- [ :TING SET lily of Spokane. I Ivan Calvert has nine you - the Amber PTA [ , ' g 1 y a,t 7"30 p I sters enrolled in the gua safe- J. Sign's wifi/tY course. i ALfred Weism,an, F. N. Mc- Kinley nd N. A. CordiH, all members of the Amber school board, attended a meting in to WSU at yrna Rietz has just 'a medical course at Kinman University in Spo- ----_.._..__ MEETS 4-H club Monday eve- reports were books were organizational held Oct. 24 at of Mrs. How- The girls in the will cook and for the group. the club will at the mem- Anyone desiring for the com- Is invited to attend Sp, okane last Monday night on matters pertaining to Amber's participation in the new school. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marsh were Sunday dinner guests of COLLEGE people from this who are going .to, Mr. ,and Mrs. Melvin Marsh schools of higher[ and Nick. either left for Leslie Itarris went as an of their ehoice or alternate with Mr. Packard in the very near fu- a'n'd the judging team to Pull- list includes 01e man Saturday. In the after- Jun;i,or Col- noon they ,saw the football Calif., Arnie game. State; Ruth Mrs. Fred Sooy and Ray Dea,coness Schl were Tuesday afternoon ca]]- at Wenatohee: ors of Mrs. N. A. Cordill. ks, Kay CorcEil, Mr. and Mrs. R,alph Noack Gary Dahl, John of Bntiat were weekend guests Marsh, aH, to EW- of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hat- and Carol Marsh ris. John Goodwir, was a Sfin- day dinner guest. Sunday dnner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan and family were Mrs. M,arioz: Bair and Mr. and Mrs. Harve Jordan, atl of Che,ney. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Primmer of Spokane were Sunday guests of Miss Franc Mason and Mrs. Edwin Dummeicr. Mr. ,and Mrs. N. A. Cordill and family and Mrs. L. C. Cor- dill ,of Cheney were Sunday dinner guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cordill, Colleen and Len'ny of Spokane. They cele- brated birthdays of various members of the group. MENTIONS Mrs. Glenn Best, Mi],lan, Essie Cat, syn, V.J. Klire, Phyllis Schmidt, Marcia Mace, Ruth Haidey, Savalh Will, ms, Jean Barrick, Carolyn Oliver and 0ma Crooks. RECEPTION HELD A wedding shower,reception was held ,at the grange haft  Saturday for Mr. and Mrs. Ted Canning, who were married last week Hostesses were Ms. Marci, a Lee Mace, Mrs:. Audrey Owen and Mrs. Aice Reit- meier. There were about 65 in at- tendance, including friends cout and family were Satur- day night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Larson. Jim, Connie, ,and Skip Earls- court, Hal Moore, Bo,bby Boqn and John Proe,s attended th fire arms safety course at th Amber Gun Club. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coolidge o,f Seattle were weekend guests ef Mr. and Mrs. Bob Scott. The CooIdges are an a;unt and uncle of Mrs. Scott. Mary Dirks is n,ow home from the hospital. She is recov- ering very s]owly. Jaekie and J,anet Iartford spent Sunday at the Carroll MeLain home at Valleyford. Th,ey attended the Morgan h,orse association meeting and trail ride. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Spring ,of Ealispell, Mont., were over- righ.t guests of Mrs. Moser rec- cently. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dobson and family have m,ve,d from the,Jr place in Four Lakes to Sipohane. Mr. ,and Mrs. Lee Renolds and Pare have moved into the h.n,use they purchased from the I).obson:s. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Phi!llip- son and family spent Saturdlay at Twin Lakes at their hke cot- tage. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Becker e(rd family were Sunday visit- ors of the Del Standerfers. Anna Erfurh was a dinner guest of llr. and Mrs. Harold Erfurth. They attended the In- dustriN Expediti, on. Mr. and Mrs. Jod,on Von Tersch f Lewiston spent Sun- day with Mr. '.and Mrs. Henry Wynstra. Lee Wilcox and Jim, Ted Ra- d,on and Kent wen,t to Almsta to fish far stee,laad. They had lno luck. I Mr. and Mrs. Neil Brown were weekend guests o Mrs. Maude Brown. They are from Keller, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Joh, nson and fami[y of Kc,nnevck were weekend visitors of Mr. alnd Nrs. C. F. Jhnson of F,our Lakes. and relatives. Mrs. W.ill Graham's sister, At * .............. _ .who lived at C entral,i,a died LI 11 OltL  IAllt: 111111 I , I he Sunday morning Mr and Mrs all a table was decorated wth  . . shower ensembles and skirted[ Graham attenaed the funeral - in Centralia thi,'s week th hlte floral paper Mrs [ ...... t , : ' , "[ A caer,a ne home o Ms. Canmng, accampamed ,by Pam . . . , . n, ...... , o o ....  .... I Sarah Krkpatnck this week rnhor Mr 13voe ,,.,,-n /was lylrs, virgil uoocl,ner. un- ed the ifts and *u" ,',;T2 lday dinner guests were Flof disM.aved on fho fa,h] ence K]rkpatr;ck a;.cl her aunt At the back ,of the ,hall a, Mrs. Hatte AlbErt, from Spo- refreshinent table w, arrang- kane. ed with a wedding cake in the ...... shape of tw.o wedd.g bells tating an adequate break- naae an aecorateo Oy aean MeMiltan. Mr. and Mrs. Ca,n- n:ing's first names were en- graved with green lettering on wki,te. Across the top of the cake where he bells joined was a grouping of avender sters, made ,of eing. The cake was kept as a keep-sake by the bride and groom. Mrs. Alice Reitmeier aad Mrs. Audrey Owen served cake; Mrs. Hattie Van Camp served punch, Mrs. Gretchen l6ser poured coffee mqd Sara Kaye Mace attended the guest book. Mr. ,and Mrs. Canning ave making their home in Che- ney. CHENEY RANCHERS 4-H The Oheney Ranchers 4-H club won first place in herds- man,ship at the Spokane In,ter- state Fair. This award is for a clean, attractive exhibit and for the conduct of eeh me,m- her of the club. Ribbons in the Holstein division were: Nell, Owen, fitting and showing, re- serve chamNon and blue and red; Brown Swiss division, Pamela Owen, two reds n fit- ting and showing; Jersey divis- ion, Bobby MeMillan, red and blue in fitting and showing; milking shorthorn, Steve Dob- bins, two reds in fitting and showing; Ken D,obbm:s, blue and red in fitting an,d s!howing; Karen Dobbins, blue, red and reserve champ.on in fitting and showing; Byron.. Dobbins, blue, red and grand ch!ampion in fit- ting and :bowing; bee{ d,ivis- on, Larry S,taff,ord, Mite rib- bon in fitting and showing; Don .Stafford, white in fitting aId showing. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. artd Mrs. B,oots Earls- fast does nct mean yo,u wiU gain: weight, nor docs,kippir, g breakfast mean you will tose weight provided the day's to- tal calories rcma, in constant. Y SANDING and finish- Years experierme. E. 1409 HUdson for future refer- A.7-0.30 Cleaners PRESSING rERATIONS SERVICE 235..4732 Electric SERVICE Pump= CH. 4-2705 SERVICE ITS BEST 235-4410 BROS. GROWERS! Grange $pply Your crop with Aqua-Sulphur )hates Sprague, Coflect. a24tf Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 GRANGE NEWS Four Lakes Grange con- vened Friday night, but due ,to illness and the ootball game there was no meeting. There was a discussion ,about chang- ing the night of the meeting. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Russell Mace. Booster night will be Oct. 23. CHURCH NEWS The Ladies Missionary meet- ins will be Wednesday in the ch.u,reh basement. There will be potluck at noon. Monday is the day for fhe board meeting at the church. HUB CLUB Hub C:}ub met at he Fur Lakes Town Hall SepL 24 Ann Erfurh was h, ostes. The craft project was medalion wall plaques with pine cones. Mrs. V. J. Kne gae the leader trairAng lesson. Present were Lorrai, ,e Mc- I | II I FIELD BINDWEED (mornlng glory) CANADA THISTLE RUSSIAN KNAPwEED LEAFY SPURGE knock "em out now Low Cost:. More Effective Control No Soil Sterilization Apply to Re-Growth After Harvest to Kill Perennial Weeds Now. Prevent a More Serious Weed Problem Next Springl Get Banve/ D at your Dea/er's /Vow/ VELSICOL CHEMICAL CORPORATION 1387 N. E. Arrowhead, Hillsboro, Oregon I II I II I I e [ylerNews By Wanda Stengle HAM RECUPERATING AFTER SURGERY Mr. and Mrs. Jor, I/am and Kay visited Lloyd Ham at Dea- coness hospital in Spokane, where he hd surgery hs:t Monchy. Lloyd i:s recuperating at the home of h[s mother, iMrs. Ida tlam, it, Cheney this week. TYLER BRIEFS Mrs. ,lobn Ham a:rd Sue at- tended the J,obie meeting in Cheney Tuesday evening. The grand guardian and aso,ciate grand gardi:an were guests for the evenirg. Mrs. Wilna Plotts retuvned Saturday night from Anacon- da, Mont, where she attended her father's funeral. She spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John tlam, Sue arid Kay. Visitors at the home af Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schell during the week were Mr. and Mrs. Mel Schell of Post Fal'ls, Idaho, and Henry Diedrich of Sprague. Serving re{reshments for the grange meeting next week are the Wes Ablemans and the Joe ScheUs Mr. and Mrs. Ira Sbea will attend on M.onday night the 75th Pomona arNversary at Moran grange haU. The attire will be old fas!hioned clothes. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. German, ] Seattle, spent the weekend vis-, iting Mrs. Grace Michaelsen and Leslie Brown. David Brown took his fire- arms safety instructi, on a,t Am- ber, under the instructioa, of Ivan Calvert. Mr. and Mrs. J,ohn Maurer, Mr ad Mrs. Donald Ma,urer, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mau- rer took in the fes,Lival and barbecue Saturday at arring- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peter- son went to a farewell din,net for their nephew, Rich:ard Berg, at the home of his par- [heney Free Friday, October 2, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 3 ents, Mr. and Mrs:. Lawrence Poterson, at Edwalt. He is leaving soon to enroll for his second term at the University of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brown c-f Edwall were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Grace Mich- aelsen and Leslie Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rotter and family from Spokane vis- ited her meher, Mrs. Polly Ableman, last Tuesday eve- ning. Mrs. Arlie Ableman visited at the home of Mrs. Mabel Hansel in Cheney. Mr. ,and Mrs. Arlie Ableman Jackson, and daughter Karen. Sunday aft,rrmon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brawn, Mr. ,and Mrs. Lee Able- man and sons of Cheney, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jydstrup and sons, Spokane, enjoyed a 'h<)rse- back ride, end'J:ng in a h.te cook out supper. Mr..and Mrs. L. P. Ablem'an enjoyed a Sunday drive at Hole in the Ground nerar Pine City, taking in the Fall scenery. Mr. aad Mrs. Clarence Kart- chnes on,joyed Sa,turday eve- ning eating smorgasbord din- ner, held by the LDS Relief Society tn SImkan,e. lj,oye a Sunday visit wi'thJ Mrs. (;oldie Kartetmess e Bill Kuhn family of Espa- called on Mrs. Warch Stengle n,ola fast Surday. [last Wednesday afternoon. Having Snday dinner with! Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Stof- Mr. and Mrs. LeRay Joeks,on ford and Mrs. Velma Thomp- was his re,other, Mrs. Ira Jack- s(m visited the Wes Ablemans son, and his brother, Gene last Tueeday. USE BINE-TROL A SPECIAL KILLER FOR BINDWEED (Wild Morning Glory) BINE-TROL offers 4 special benefits: I. 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 IPMA HEMICAL COMPANY 6200 N. W, SL Helens Road Portland, Oregon "... and we'll open a joint checking account at Seattle-First National Bank." Now there's what we call a sensible approach to the difficult business of two people living on the paycheck of one. A SEAFIRST loint Checking Account has important benefits for any mm-ril couple: 1) it gives you close control of your budget, 2) k saves you time and bother in paying your bills, 3) it gives you a legal receipt for every bill you pay by check, 4) it gives you a ready. made set of income tax records. Oh, and one other thing--having a SEAFIRST Joint Checking Account is quite inextnsive. Vive le togetherness. Cheney Branch/Seattle-First National Bank m  ozemT mwv4 -Vm W. Edward Betz, Mgr., 423-425 First Avenue ....  ....................