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Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill MEETS Amber PTA met Thursday with a fair size group to hear Dr. William the new school. group is considering Purchase of a tape record- ear phones to be used the stud0nts and teach- m a newer method of foe the year .Rained as follows: roam- Mrs. Harold H&apos;artley, Lewis, arid Mrs. Schans; program, Mrs. Mrs. John H. and Mrs. Glenn Best; arrd means, Dick Jordan, Best, Bud Harris, Dale Dorsey Lewis and A1 PTA potluck din- Will be rhetd on Nov. 20 at P. m. It will be strictly and no cards will be Anyone in the eomm,un- welcome to attend. Pin- bridge will be phyed with prizes award- HOT LUNCH Chi,bavgers lery sticks, peanut but- apple sauee, milk. -- Spani,sh rice, salad, bread and but- pudding wiqth be- milk. -- Mashed pota- gravy, peas, rolls arid butter, fruited milk. -- White beans lettuce ad egg and butter, pears Tomato soup, grill- szndwiches, carrot ice cream, milk. MENTIONS and Mrs. Keth Cure- Mike and Patty of Che- Tuesday evening vis. of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cal- Edwin Dummeier left by plane for Ohio to and Mrs. Wilson for a couple of days. ltolere she will go by New York where she group for a cruise m MEET GOLDWATER Sue Betz, Amy Jo Kay and Ann Covdi]1 the "Gts for " who formed the line from the tflane Barry Goldwater spoke in ]Spokane Sat- Sue, Iay and among ,e ucky ,had the opportunity hands with the Sen- from this com- atending the ,rally in- W. Edward Betz, Franklin, Mrs. Harold and children, and Mr. N. A. Cordlt and spent several days last week visiting friends and relatives in Lacrosse ,and Clarkston. At Cl'arkston they enjoyed some steel head fishing, with Mrs Lambert catching the biggest fish. The Pioneer bridge clu,b met at the hgme of Mrs. Hlarve Jordan last Thursday after- noon. The club will meet next wih Mrs. Charles E. Mdller this Thursday. Spangle News Mrs. Gilmore Rietz arid Myr- Oct. 3, would ,h, ave been 84 on na were Saturday vi,siors of Oct. 4. She was born in, Pine Mrs. Emory Babb and Mrs. City and had lived m,ast of her Jack Curtiss. Mrs. Edwin Dummeier was a }unc,heon guest of Mrs:. N,o- lan Brown of Chen,ey, 2nhurs-, day. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. FRiatreau and Ernie Ahem o,f Spokane were Saturday isitors of Mr and Mrs. Glenn Best and fam- ily. Many people from this com- munity have been ill with the flu the week. By Joanne Green DEATH CLAIMS SPANGLE RESIDENTS The past week has bro,uht sad news to several fa,mities of the area with the pasaing of relatives and friends. MRS. EDNA BABB Mrs. Edzm Babb, w,h.o died life in the Rosalie are, with several years spent on a farm three miles out of Svangle. Her services were hem in Rosalia, with burial there Oct 6. She was survived by her widower, Frank, a sister, three I grandchildren and four great- gra'ndchildren. Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 4.H WILL MEET TUESDAY EVENING There will be an organiza- tion meeting of he Busy Fin- GALS MEET Lesl, ie Mill was hostess Gels bridge club y afternoon at Prizes were won by! gers 4-H c'lu,b Tuesday at 7:30 n Marsh, Mrs. How- I p' m. Imerested girls and their and Mrs. Fred Sooy. ] mothers are asked to attend at "club will meet next with l the Four Lakes seh, ool. : HOward Marsh .on Oct. 21. [ HUB CLUB The Four Lakes Hub Cluib will meet at the town .hall Thursday ,at 10 a. m. Brirg a sack lunch. Hostess will be Mrs. Herman WiIlms. The les- son wi'll be on ways o,f cooking and using vegetables. Craft is macaroni trees. CHURCH NEWS The women's mi:sionary group of the Four Lakes Com- nmnity church met in the church ba,sement Wednesday. It was decided to supply mis- sion,aries in ,our ,own country wih things they could use first. Then, if an abundance te- l maind, to eon sder some aver- seas outlets. We woud tke to extend an invitation to anyone interested in hi's type of work to come and j,in us the first .ednesday of every month. Anyone who has any clb.thihg which their children have out- grown can be used to good ad- vantage by the missionaries. Any necessary mendirrg will be done by the group. They WIll also be making comfort- ers. Old sheets will be used for relling bandages. Good se will be made of your cast-offs. PERSONAL MENTIONS Kathy Barrick spent Friday mg with Cheryl Bedien of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dirks, Monroe, spent the hst week with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dirks and amily. Mr. and Mrs. Will Grhan spent last week at Ce'mral.a, where they attended he fun- eral of Mrs. Graham's sister. A weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Graham was Joe Graham from Chelan. On Sun- day Mrs. Perkirus was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jencke traveled to Walla Walla last Saturday. Mrs. Phillipson e'nterbained group of hdy friends from Spokane. LOUIS GLEASON Another oldttmer in the area, Mr. Louis Gleasan, was buried in Holy Cross cemetery, Spokane, following Roary at I [ennessey's Funeral home on Tuesday evening. Funeral mass was held at St. Augus, tines Catholic church, officiat- ed by Rt. Rev. Msgr. S. P. Buck- wold, Missoua, Mon., Mrs. Marie Erstnd, Tacoma, and Mrs. Lois Carter, Cle E lure. A,so surviving are Iris father, Christian Gle,ason, Dxon, CaBf., and a brother, Larry, S.pokane, 13 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. MRS. MARGE SAARIO Mrs. Marge S'aario, a Spangle resident of he past year, died ,after an illness of several months. Memoria,1 services are b e hdz I ndh ehe:rZhU, e rY Saario had given her body for research to a medical sch,ool, so customary services were not ,held. She is survived by her two sons, Jan and Reid, who wil make their home with her ss- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Babb, at Plaza. NEWS IN BRIEF Ida Emhoff underwent ma- jor surgery at Deaconess 'hos- pital hst week and is: reported as doing quite well. She would appreciate hearing from her friends. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Scott left by air Friday morning far New York. From there they will fly to Deamark to visR friends and reilatives. They hope to meet with Mr. and Mrs. Hans CIausen and their BRIEFS grange will meet on at 8 p. m. On the re- committee will be Mrs. Howard Marsh and Mrs. Melvin DeTrant, 5-year,ld S/Sgt. mid Mrs. Peter underwent surgery He returned home a'd is recuperating evening guests of Kent Sooy, Carol were Mr. and Mrs. Crutcher and Dick and Mrs. Marcus AI- and son of Spokane. d Mrs. Don Laanbert were Sunday guests lVlns. Ben Krom and Dusty. Jord,an was a Fri- guest of her Mrs. Marion son, Bob, w]m are visiting in Germany, and tour some of the country together. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster were Friday dirmer guesLs at the Ed Strock home. Mrs. Ran Green arid c '" dren were also there. Mr. and Mrs. Gay Brash and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brash left last week for their annual hunting trip in the Bob Mar- shall wilderness area in Mon- tana. Rieky and Bret Brash are staying with Mr. artd Mrs. Gor- don Young while flaeiv parenls are ,away. Flint, snall son of Mr. and Mrs. Yotmg, returned from several days at Deacon- ess ospital where 'he had treatment for a virus infec- tion. A fire call was made to the Ralph HarNrg.ton h, ome about noon last week. A fire in an unused upstairs room was soon brought urrder control, with nfinar damage. Ladies Aid met at the home of Joanne Green Wedntesday. Nov. 6 has been set for a spa- ghetti dinner at the church. , Vtateh for further particulars on the event. Next meeting will be Oct 21 at the home ef Mrs. Ed Strock. leYlSal'beares were all frmer I The family of S/Sgt. Bob Camer ]eft Friday eve'ing friends from Spangle, where I for North Carolin, a, where hey the family had lived for many]will be living, although his years. [ du:ty station i,s Ft. Bliss, Texas. He is survived by his widow, [ M. C. Stark arrived at the Mrs. Anna Marie Gleason, two Ed Strock home Sunday for a sons, Edward, Moseov, and week's visit before aceom,pansn Francis, Spokane; four daugh- ing his grandd,auhter and ters, Mrs. Laura Re nniger, family, the Jim Fosters, on a Walla Walla. Mrs. Irene Grune- monh visit to Forida, where Darrell Ph, illipson spent the weekend at Libertay Lake. Alex Stamper sufferefl a stroke last week, but is recov- ering nicely ,at home. Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Grif. fin ,of Phtmmer, Idaho, were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. !Robert L. Nelson, and famil,y, Mr. and Mrs. Del Standerfer ,and family, Mr. and Mrs. Del- mar Fitzner and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jo,hnson. D i ,con, o, rectory Plummer and Mr. Soa.v of Che- ney were Sunday callers o Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp. Mr. and Mrs. George Stoup and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Har- nmn ,and Carolyn were Stur- day evemng dinner ue,sts of 1. and Mrs. Jack Hartford and family. Guests .last week of Mrs. Kirkpatrick were Mrs. Mike All of us are so Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Jenaifer ,is able to[Claude Garner of Medical enee. A.7-0.30 m school again. How-[Lake. Weekend guests at M W" . . , ' . &,  still req ,ure lots I Kirkptnck,s home were Mr ,au zs on limited acUv-[a.l M2s. Wally Cimrtan o , Inilllngs, Mont. Mrs. Charl.tonks City Dry Cleaners y. Hwa. h !s. _mrpatrick's ee. r. CLEANIN FRESSING ,s ot ltr amgter, I ad Mrs. Ch,arRon and Mrs. iSat'urday for Dad's [ Krkparick 'had Sunday d- ALTERATIONS 'ties at WSU in Pull./net with Mr. and Mrs. Keith LAUNDRY SERVICE [ P owell of Spokarte. 322 FIRST 235-4732 dinner guests of Mr. [ Mrs. Val Moore of I-hyford N. A. Col'dill and ,spent a few days wfla Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cl,'ark Grote:hen Ll0e r last week. O.B. Electric Mooney of Spokane, on her 50th wedding anniversary.. Mrs. Madge Emehiser of Kal. ispel, Mont., s visiting at the home .of Mrs. M,ary Wilcox and at the Lee Wilcox home. She will also be visiting at the home of her son and family the Bobb Emehsers .of Spokane. Miss Vickie Sager of Kalis- pel, Mont., a student at Whi- worth College, was a weekend guest ,at the home of Mrs. Mary Wil,eox. Sunday dinner guests at Lhe Lee Wilcox home were Mr. and Mrs Robb Emehiser (ff Spokane, Mrs. Madge Eme!his. er, Miss Veki Sager, Mrs. Mary Witeox .and Wil}ia,m Jones. Latt- er in the .afternoon they were j,ined by Mrs. Ted la,d,o.n and family. Jones made taffy and an old fa:shi,oned taffy pull was enj,oyed by all. Mrs. Crooks was a San dinner guest of Mr. and Ed .Crooks and fa.rrdly of kane. Mr. and Mrs. Harold ta'er and daughters of Qmncy were eekend guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Delbea't Spear arid The Kafe r family, the Spear famiJy 'and Mr. and Mrs Be Spear were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Atkins. In the afternoon the entire group attended a reception honoring a,n uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde FLOOR SANDING Floor sanding and fihish- ing, 30 years experience. Andy Anderson, E. 1409 Central, Spokane, HUdson 7-0171. Clip out far future refer- PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 and y of and Mrs. L. C. Cor- Eay Cordill of Che- Mrs. Herald Reed returned hst a vacation trip to Louise and Glc- Oh.nson, a "rock some interest- to dd to ,his col.lee- Bd Grimm, the was in charge office while they Mrs. Don Lambert ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. Stark will visit his 85-year-old sister for the first time 'since 1921 The Posters will visit with his parents at Orlando. Stark will also visit with a nephew, R,obert Halgrim who is marmger of the Thomas Edi- son estate ot Ft. Myers, Fla. Mrs. Louise Pittman attend- ed a past matrons luncheon and party at the home of Mrs. Elsie Nelson in Spokane Thurs- day. Mrs. Bet,ty B.ard entertained Royal Neighbors Tuesday, fol- lowed by a card party. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Krmlh, Nettle lVfill, Elva J, anes and Louise Pittm'an .attemded Bea- con Rebekah Lodge meeting at Mead Saturday evening. There will be no school in the Liberty district today since the various teachers will be attending "in-service" training meetings and a business meet- in,g for some in Seattle. Mrs. Bert Smi, th and Mrs. Ann Smith .spent Sunday vis- iting in P,asco at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Daley and Mr. ,and Mrs. Earl Bshep. Tey a],so enjoyed "harvesting" driftwood ad other <bjects for making decorative arrange- rnents. The high school class o,f the Spangle Community church held a farewell tarty Thurs- day for a classmate, Linda Cvamer. She was pe- Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner 19 AT GRANGE Windsor grange met }ast Wednesday with 19 members vresent. The grange voted $o cancel the next meetirg. The home economics depa 'anent, under their chairman, Audrey We,r- hen, will have charge of the lunch at the antique auctio.n in Spokane. Friday, October 16, 1964 their san, Roy Dalton, and fam- ily and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. EmL1 Rohwer and family. Daisy Hicks ts visitirg a daughter at Cle FAum, hel, ping her while she is convescing from major surgery. Attending ,the ACE confer- ence in Redmond last Satur- day were I, sabell Powell, Ruth Kingle, Sibyl Hatch and Louise Martin. Cheney Free Press Page 8 son and family in North Garo- lina. Mrs. Elva Swannach, and Elsie Rehia of prague visited in Gheney last Friday. CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- al equipmert and/or supplies by Eastern Washington Ste College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 21, ShowMter Hall. Propol forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wag Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1964July I, 1965) GRANGE GETS ROOF Mabel Wayne called on Windsor graxtde ha roofed Flora Smith Monday. part of the grange hall and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Droz vis- redone the chimney. I-hrold ited Mrs. Nirm Hobbs Th,us- Werhan and s building corn- day. nttee are the men doing the Mr. and Mrs. Emory Hewsan work. are touring the Eastern States. Windsor grange w elect While there they will visit a .officers Nov. 4. These officers will hold office during 1965. 42 AT SUNSET Vote Sunset grange had 42 pres- ent at booster hight last Fri- day. They wil.1 have a ea'd party in theix hall ts Fri. Democratic day. ]I TABLES P--LA-YED Paradise grartge ,had 11 tables of cards in play last Sat- urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Engle and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blauert MEET AMERICA'S CHALLENGE C. D. Martir, Democratic Club, 112 College Avenae, Cheney, Washington Acting President, Hetty D. Kass build just one fire a season --add fuel just twice a day-- remove ashes once a week ! Enjoy automatic heating comfort and amazing fuel savings with the new $ieglerwood.bu(ning home heater. Low, modern console styling. The cast iron firebox holds 24" wood. Just set the thermostat to the heat you desire and the Siegler delivers it automatically. You get so much more comfort and convenience with a Siegler! Automatic thermostatic control WOOD-BURNING HEATER NIEI00LER SIEGLER OFFERS THESE QUALITY FEATURES Heavy duty cast iron for" long service 'Coil.temp' thermostat for automatic heating Automatic blower (optional) keeps floor warm Patent-applied for secondary air system helps eliminate chimrtey troubles. were in charge of the party. Among those attending were Valtie Woodhurst, Mr. and Mrs. E. Engl.e, Adelaide Lar- sen, Mr..and rs. Otto Bleis- ner, Cecelia Burns, Irma Hart- sen, Nettie Mll, lauline Roh- wer and grandson, Mr. and Mrs..Mark Dalton, Mrs. R, oy Benway, Ann, a Brinkman, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Diefe and Leana Widner. Their n e party will be Oct. 2i at 8:30 p. m. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. arrd Mrs. Ed Rupp and Mrs. Flora Smith called on Mr and Mrs. Harold Streeter last Sunday. Streeter's yun,gest brother, Harry of RffzviHe, was also visiting the StreeAers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hub- bard have moved to C:alifornd,a. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dalton have returned to their home in Clarkston after visRing sented with a gift. Mrs. Grace Byers is class teacher and ad- viser. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Rohwer spent the weekend in SeaR}e, where Earle attended 'a meet- ing of United Fun, c., an Sa,turday. On Monday, Mary Robwer had an, appointment with Orotbopede HKoml for alterations in her braces. A large numher of hal and area Peotfle were represented in the GOP group who greeted Sen. Goldwater at the So,k.ane airport for his s, bort visi in the Spokane vicimty Many focal people were next to the air- port fence and enjoyed a per- feet view of the proceedings. FUEL BILLS Edgett Bros. '65 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe-with new Sweep4ine roof, If what you see moves you, wait'If you take the wheel (Wa's with--GRRRRl--p to 400 )  " 1 One look at those longer, wider lines tells you it's of 400 hp. And the road feels like satin because our the kind of car you just couldn't buy before without engineers came up with a new Full Coil suspension getting into the higher price brackets. But one drive will tell you a lot more. You've got your kind of engine going for you. There's an even half dozen of them available this year-anything you name from a quieter, system, teamed it with a Wide-Stance design, and made our famous Jet-smooth ride smoother and more stable than ever. Beginning to feel like it's your kind Of car ? There'll be no doubt about it when you sweeter running 6 to a V8 with the authority drive the real thing atyour Chevrolet dealer's. See 5 euflful shepes for '65-Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevll II, Corvair & Corve.e--a. lor dealer Brown and Holter Motor Co. 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY  ...... .,... ! 235-6231 46-149a