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Four Lakes By Mrs. Sidney Larson NEWS Busy Fingers 4-H Club its final meeting under leaders,hip of Ms. Adkins last Tuesday ,at the Orville Phillip- Altl 16 members present, and everal vis- reorganization meeting be held Oct. 12 at 7:30 at h'ool house. Interested 10 years or older cone thor mothers. Bruce Oliver, Sehmitt, Bernard Nick Hadey, John Sunday the Phili:gso fam- ily we.re guests of Mr. ad Mrs. Terry Phitpsan  din,nor. Terry is the oldest Phillips,on on. Tuesday the Pour Lakes grange attended a range visi- tation meeting at Amber, and put on the floor work. Mrs. Elaine Canning has re- turned home from St. Lukes hospital and is doing well. Her daug,hter, Mrs. Herb Andrews, returned home from Sacred Heart hospitl and .is making good recovery from surgery. OaRer o Mrs. Gretchen .M_- ser last week were Mrs. Rob- e Reitmeier, Mrs. Robert Scott and Mrs. race Gay. and Leon B'arTick at- , ......... I Mrs. Etta G,ooder s help- ou. nty ou.nc raa. y ling Mrs. Mz)ser while she is us.rigors uuamg. MS [ recovering from her recent Ihggett Ws the speaK- ] iUa ,her topic was "Plan- - ........ . .. f D ......... [ Mrs. Grady Dfls called o ov tet.wemet..-,liner Mrs. Elaine Ca ,truing l'ast Wed- was gwen on me ran nesdav. to be at the Darrgdld Sun,'day Mr. and Ms. George Oct. 25, from 10 a. m. Stroup from Cheney, Mr. and! p. m. with a 50 cent at noon. Crafts and allow will be part of clay ease. reguiar meeting of Four grange will be Friday, grange auxiliary will 14 with Mrs. Russell 'and a potluck lunch will at noon. Tuesday Mrs. Leon Jackie Hartford, Che,r- and Kthy Barrick the funeral of Con- Tuesday night Mr. and Lon Barrick cel,ehrated Wedding an!nivesary with at Sambo's resuant. and Mrs. Bert Spear Wapato Sunday taking Randell to her Mrs. Spear is a dough- Mrs. Randall. and Mrs. Ed C. Grahan Premerton, visited last with the Howard Gra- Sul'ay Mr. and M. visited with heir and family, Mr. and Jud Melton at Faiield. ly Dirks spent hst at Metaline Pals with l .n,d Mrs. Boots F_arls- attended the turkey and! oot at the Cheney gun gtmday. and Mrs. Hovcard Gm- la,st Wednesday and at Deex hke. Th,eyi .fishing was good and them got li'mits in rain- a'nd Mrs. Ted Marfly. re- recently from a 10 day Yellowstone poxk Bhck Hill's. They re- via Canada. and Mrs. Ira Bennett past week in Seattle coast points. Alex Stamper reports her brother Roy Lirtdel last week when on a in the Newman lake , He is progressirg as well an in Sacred Heart hos, but will have to .remain far some "time. Saturday evening Mr. Orville Philips0n at- a dirm, er at the N,h Temple for the Federated Crafts. Mrs. W. C. Idrmon from the Snake River, and Mrs. Heddie Evenson from Kennewick, were dirmer guests at the Jack ttartords. Miss Laurie Hartnett, from Spokane, was a weekend guest o,f Jackie Hartford. Mr. artd rs. Gen Lunne- befog visited with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crooks Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lars,on attended the travelogue hs Wednesday evening. Thursday Mrs. Larsn accompamed Mrs. Darrell Larson to Colville weve they visited Mrs. A. L. Larson. Sunday the Larson,s enter- tajned with a birthdtay dn,ner for Mrs. A. L. Larson. A;o at- tending were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Larson, and in the eve- nirg Mrs. G. K. Lars;0,n a:nd ch,ld,ren we,re also thexe. Last Tuesday Mrs. Barbara Mattausch and Mrs. Jesse Sil- cock were supper guests at the Earl PendeHs. S,turday Harold Erfuh pinted Earl Pendetl's house. Saturday Mrs. Don, Muzatlo and Rkcky and Mrs. Jessie Sit- cock had tea with Mrs. Ha'old PendeII. Mrs. Don Muzatko called on Mrs. Silcocks on Sa- uvdlay also. Mr. and Mrs. Etdoa Jenicke went to WaU:a Wa' over the weekend and met their daugh- ter, Sand-s, a teacher t Gem State Academy at Oaldwel], Idatm. Donald Jenicke spent the weekend in Brewster. Mrs. Sara Kirk-patrick, Mrs. N.oa'ma Farrand and Cherries M, oursund were Wednesday di.rmer guests )f Mrs. L. A. W,alh in Spokane. Thursday they were dinner gu,ets with Mr. and Mrs. Keith PowelL This dinner lono,re,d Mrs. Kirkpatrick on ,her 82nI hirhdoy a.rd Charles MOT- sund on Ms 78th birthday. Guests later in the evening were Mrs. qam,m Mrs. lradys Wood and Mrs. Ma,ude Presell. Friday Mrs. Eunice Waraeaa from Port,and, Ore. flew up to visit her mothea', Mrs. Kirk- patrick. She and Mrs. Farra*nd, returned to Portlard Sunday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Lawrnce Grif- fin fr0,m Worley visited Sat- urday with Mr. artd Mrs. Del Standevfer, Mr. and Mrs. De- Restaurant and Flame Room 809 First, Cheney Try our Merchant's Lunch... Even if you aren't one 85c OUR NEW BANQUET ROOM IS AVAILABLE FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS Steaks - Sandwiches - Se, 3 Foods Beverages Open 6:00 a. m. to 1:00 a. m. 9-1-22 Wanted! Men - Women ,age 18 and over. Prepare now S. Civil Service job opeaing the next 12 months. positions PaY high salaries. They provide much crity than priavte employ- and excellen opportunity for Many position require r o specialized education or to get one of these jobs, you ba & test. The competition is td fn some cases only one out Dana. Lincoln Service has helped thotm- axds Drelare for these tests every year since 1948. It is one of the larg- est and oldest privately owned schools of its kind and is not cormected with the Government. For FREE booklet on Government jobs, including list of positions and salaries, fill out coupot and mail at onva - TODAY. YOU will also get full dettls on how you can prepare yourself for these test. Don't delay - ACT NOW! SERVICE, Dept. Wash-l-3B IIois very much intea'ested. Please send me absolately (1) A list of U. S. Gvevmne positons and saries; on how to qualify for a U. S. Governent ........................................................................ Age ............ Phone ............................ ................................................ , State ........................ (D3B) Paradise Prairie Hushail News By Lena Evans SCHOOL NEWS The Windsor school PTO planning a Itlovceen la:rty, to be held Saturday evening, Oct. 30 in the school gym. Mrs. CroH is chairman of the par- ty committee, and the rom mothers will ,assist in the plan- ning. An evening of fun witl be provided, with games, priz- es, and refreshments. Mrs. El.li.ot from the Child Wel'faEe Deartmen! in Spo- kane ill speak on Resources mr Fitznor and Mr. and Mrs. bouie NelSon. Dr. a,n! Mrs. Harold King ard dahters from Carkston visited Sunday with Dr. ad Mrs. Mike Mil, er. Mrs. King is a sister of Dr. Miller. Mr. nd Mrs. Gee, old Larsan aad family and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Ableman from Medical Lake spent Friday evening at the Del Standerfers. for Chilen" at the Wh_dsr so'heel PTO meeting Oct. 19. CHURCH NEWS The Marshall Commutity chtweh held its ann,ual unch- eon hat Tuesday at the church. Tortight at 7:30 a weddi.nig shower will be held at the Church for Carol Yates, wlm will be married Oct. 16 to Roy M,rtock. The Ladies Christian Circle will be hotdirtg a ru,rmnage sale Oct. 19 at N. 4 Bernard in Spokane. GRANGE NEWS Paradise grange s hoing a booster nght Oct. 15 at th,er garge hall. Potluck dz. nea- will be a 6 p. m., ibtow- ed by visitation. A prora,m o entertainment wl] be pre- sented and refreslmaezts wilt, be served. Seveva,1 Four Cornea's ffran,ge members worked three days on the kitchen, hying a nlev floor. The Ladies Club jau,rrmyed to lda Mac Curtis' ranch ho.me at Deer Park last week, tier a cllightul a-d, ay soj,eurn. After a delicious p(duck din- rer, the ba,des enj.oyed a trek into the woods, picking pine cones and flooers. Six mem- bers n:d two visitors att,nded. Booster nq,ght a',nd bazaar wi be he.ld at 8 p. m. Oct. 13 at Four Corners grange. A lta,ce tableeloth crocheted by HaT- riot Parker will be raffled. Re- frchments will be served. Mr. and l's. Ctarenee Ross are moving into their lome in Spokane tltis week. D}arm Dalton is enl, ed in a school ,of fashion dei'n n Porta,nd, Ore. Dick Lovell, son of the Lioyd Lovelts of Marshall, left hi,ami Air Stati, on lst week and has rrived at Sikorsky Aircraft Helicopter Ma,inten- once Schood at Stratford, O0n. Dick is an Aviation El,ecCrician, Petty Officer 3rd Class, in the U. S. Coast Gu, ard. Cheryl Lovetl ha,s been em- ployed as a,n inscru.ctor by the Elaine Powers F}gu're Salv,n in Spokane. Mrs. A. H. Chase attended the funeral of her cwxsin's Vriday, October 8, 1965 Cheney  Press Page 3 hbad, Abert G. Litz, at' Od:esta Tuesday. The arold Hubberds, for- mealy of Paad'e Prairie, hiave purchased the DJlley property in. the larshaU area. The Witbur Wassenmilters attended ,a progrrn pesen,ted at the Upper Oolumbia Acad- emy Saturday evening. The Girls C]ub presented "A Mex- ican Holiday." Dr. 'a.d Mrs. Harold Laberton nd gr of Brewster aecompafied hem to t'be "Fiesta," and were the h, ouseguests for the, weekend. The I.mberton's son, tMnk, i voom,s with Jim Wasnnil, lea" at the Academy. t East Chene? By Anna Phillips .Mr..and Mrs. Keith May of Pulhrtan and Mrs. June Lab- ish were last week ca, llers at the home .of lVir. and Mrs. C. W. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamp- ton had Ernie McKay as Sun- lind Mr. and Ms. W. C. Hat. men ,of Snake a-iv, r, dckie tlartford f Four Lakes and Ooln McLane of Vaey a weekerd guests. Surtdasr hey all were dinner guests of Mr. aa,d Ms. Jack Iartfoa-d of ouv Lakes. Mrs. Celia Kelly term'ned home after speding a few days wih her daLghtev, M.v. ] Mrs. E. R. Straw, Wayne arid Pmfie of Little Falls. The East Chemy 4-H chab met at the Chmey Nursing Home Stur&ay to horror Mrs. Vinsn's bihday. All in al, the gvan, ge lind a rem,rkable  at the fair wih many ribbo won fro" aous entries. JUST A MINUTE- The bridegroom -- ia a hor- ribly nervous cond,itian  ap- pealed to the Justice of tlm Peace at the cose of the cere- monw: "Is it k-k-ksstoma-y to cus the bride?" day dinner guest. To which the J. P. r]lied: Mr. and lrs. George Str0p "Not yet, San, but soon!" NOW! '66 CHEVROLETS Caprice Custom Coupe BY CHEVROLET Custom Coupe. Sedan and two luxu- rious new Custom Wagons now. Liquid smooth ride. Power you ca n order just as smooth and pin-drop quiet. Turbo-Jet V8 engines that go all the way up to 425 hp. Shimmering new interiors. The look of hand-rubbed walnut trim. Elegance everywhere. Made by Chevrolet, so you know what a beautiful value it must be. We've again specially tailored those coil springs at every wheel to each body style. We've put in new softer shock absorbers. No Chevrolet has ever had a ride like this. 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