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Pae 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 23, 1964 7"p CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Entered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Matter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every NATIONAL EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. :: Spokane County $ubscr|ption$ ................................ $4.50 per year All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER JACK PIERCE .................................... EDITOR Espanola News By Katherine Holioway BOOSTER NIGHT SET Espanola Grange invites all members, friends and neigh- boa's to join in potluck supper tonight. A program will follow with Ira Shea of Tyler Grange presenting 25 year pins to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bettie and Min, nie Peterson. Pat masters will be recognized, along with 40 year members, 25 year members and ew members who joined in he past year. Children are to brin, g their jack-o-lanterns to be judged. Prizes will be given. BIRTHDAY DINNER HELD Mrs. Ella Kn, app a,n Dave Peterson were ,hozmved t a birthday dinner Sunday at the Peterson "home. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Groer Can- non of Davertport, Lloyd Knapp and Minnie Peterson. EXPOSITION ATTENDED Mr. and Mrs. Iren Von Lehe drove to Portlami Friday with Jay Wood and three of his vocational agricul, ture stu- dents to attend the Expoeition. The boys made up a judging team or contests Friday and Saturday. Friday evening they attended the rodeo and Satur- day evemng they spen the night in Bend, Ore., returning home Sunday. IAnda, tted mad Cindy Von Lehe spent the weekend with the Waiter Von Lehes. PERSONAL MENTIONS. Mrs. Donna Musser and her house guest, Mrs. Harold Miller, were Friday afternoon visitors at the Bill McGourin home. George Mann was a Sat- urday visitor. On Sunda? Gary accompanied 'him to Moscow and Pullman. The Mel Arn,ds had a visit from .Mrs. E. F. ac Avoy, Wor- ley, Idaho, (m Tuesday un- til Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Webley and girls spent the weekend at Coulee City with the Ralp,h Webles. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reitmei- er visited Thursday even,ing v,,i Mrs. Bob Van Camp in Deaconess hospital and wVch Mrs. Louis Reitmeier at her home in Spokmae. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hedg- son ,arid Stgrley were Sunday dinner guests at the Norman Hanson home at Garfield. On Thursday Ann'a Hodgson, Irene Rosermu and Sath- er ,accompanied Mrs. Cather- ine Hanson to the home of Ella tlanson at Tekoa, where s'he makes her home. They were luncheon guests. Visiting with M}cky Moriar- ty and family Saturday were Mrs. Dan King and daughters and Mrs. Tobias of Spokane. J, ody Base of C!hefaey visited with Nine Hollovay on her birthday Friday. They visited the Cheney Cowles Museum in Spokane and attended a Wait Disney picture. Mr. and Mrs. tIarold Hedge of Spokane were Sunday visitors at the Hollo- ways. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Wfllms joined a group for hunting at the Lawrence Flood lmme at Davenport. Alo there were the Vic Meyers of Harrington and the Melvin Schultzs, Who got a two point buck. Sunday .dinnex guests at the Marvin, Willms home were Mr. and Mrs. A1 Wms, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hennirtg of Waukon ad Nina Hollay. Wednesday evening visitors ,at the home of Mabel Soaf LAND BANK LOANS (you0 county A Land Bank Loan give, you fininclng with low in- terest rates.., long terms . . and you may pre-pay at any time, any amount without penalty. Come in soon for the facts on Land Bank Loans. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION OF SPOKANE O C. R. Stirling 4304 E. Mission East Cheney By Anna Phillips BOOSTER NIGHT HELD Booster Night meeting was called to order by Master Don MecQuarrie and the flag was presented and the meeting was was open. Granges p'esent were Four Corners, Amber, Ke- nova, Espanola and Plaza, mak- ing 50 present. The program, by Lecturer Mrs. J(m Babb, consisted of tape recorded messages from National MasSer Hersal New- som ,d State Master A. Lars Nelson. Speakers were Dale Duvall and Deputy Earl Hill. Impersonations given were by Emery Babb and Elvin Pres- ley; Verald Davis; Farmer Joshua, Vida Phl'ltips, M.itch  'Ifller. Ed Splichal spoke on grange program; Helen Boots read an teachers; Bette tMbb read "the Jones Boy;" James Bl, ack_saw sang "Ivory Pahee," accom- partied by Ichel Bhckshaw; Anna Phillips reed "The C@b- bier," and John and Betty Babb did a skit. Johnny Phillips pyed a number on the guitar; Johnny Boots was the studious echo>far; Clara Hampto.n, "friendship reading;" Esther Steher, "What East Cheney Grange Is Ding." Jolnny Phillips exptiained 4-H work on display and intro- duced their new leader, Mary Ellen Camp. The Grange ladies present- ed the Cheney Nursing "home with a table cloth and pillow cases. Mrs. Emery Babb and committet served refresh- ments. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Woody Stan- ley, Walla Walla, and son Larry Pond of Othello were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup. Mrs. Stan- ley is their daughter. Mrs. Judy Theissen and bab left for South Cavo'ma by ]phne last Mn'dey, where her husbard, David Theissen, will be stationed. Mrs. E. V. Steward and Mrs. Steve Burris and son Stevie, all of Coeur d'Alene, Mrs. War- ren Itatcfiffe of Hoyden Lake arid Mrs. L. M. Theissen Becky were last Sunday din- nor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish and mily and Mrs. Judy Theissen and baby. Mrs. Esther Steher, and Mrs. Anna Phillips accompanied were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence S'hoaf and John of Spokane. Lloyd Shoat visited Su:nday. Weekend visitors at the Os- I car Musser home we,re Mr. and Irs. Harold Miller ef Seattle. I  hey hun,ed and Oscar bagged l a four point buck. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips and Johnny to potlnck supper artd the Booster Night at Ke- .nova ,grange at Pine City last Saturday evening. Darrell Stelzer and ,his cousin Phil Philhps are vacationing kn Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. The first card party at last Cheney Grange hal is this Sat- urday evenirg. Marshall News e By Carol Yates CHURCH NEWS Rev. and Mrs. Lanphear trav- eled to southern d 'h, where they visited width Rev. Lan- phea, r's father, who is ill with cancer. Filling the pucpit o the Marslmll Commuzfity Church during the pastor's ab- sence was Orin House of Spo- kane. A bridal shower was hed yesterday in the baseznen of the church, lmnoring Miss Surly Sims, Who wil be wed in the church tomer,ow. PERSONAL MENTIONS Dick Lovell and his fiancee, Miss Karen Stodyk, Seattle, arrived at the ,home of has par- ants, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lov- ell, Thursday to spend a few days. Dick is a recent grad- uate of he aviation electrician school at the Naval ai techni- cal training center a Jackson- ville, Fla. He will soon be-sta- tion,ed ,at the U. S. Coast Guard's air station in Miami, Fla. On Friday, Mr. aaad Mrs. Leo- ell, Cheryl, David, Dick Karen Strodyk and ])on Jenicke drove to Deep Lake at Nortlport for a weeeknd of hunting. On Saturday, Vio,h Peters and Reg Smith traveled to Pa- louse with the Chancy FHA group to attend the re,ginal meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Peters were guests of Mr. Bault. Guests of the Peters family were Mr. and Mrs. Jim We'han. i Miss Edna Cheerer traveled to Pasco with the high school journalism class to visit the Pihel Publishing Co., which publishes the Cheney High School annual. The group toured the p,l.n and enjoyed a lurch provided by Mrs. Paul- sen. They returned home lair that afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dimico were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cheevers. Milk can appear on 'he breakfast table in many forms. It can be a glass of mllk to drink, or a hot milk drink flawred with cocoa. Catcall can be cooked in milk er milk can be used as an ingredient in the preparation of pancakes, waffles and quick bds. BOURBON. STRMGHT BOURBON WHISEE1 DISTILtEO 0% Nothing else quite measures up Walker's DeLuxe THE ELEGANT 8 YEAR OLD BOURBON 9S ,a 75 elt 4/5 QT.  PINT $]]AIQHT BQUWN WHISKEY .8 I ilIP, AM WALKER & SONS C., PEORIA, ILL. t tFines Heavy As Radar Trap lops Speeders Speeding fines continued heavy in Cheney Justice and Police Court the past week as the result of radar control. Re,suLs: Justice Court--Gary A. An- dersan, C heney, defective equipment, fined $16; Vern S. Rey.nolds, 20, Pearee Hall, min- or m possession of beer, fined $100 ($80 suspended), $4 costs. Diennis C Shields, 109 W. 2n, d. St., n,o operatoa"s license or person, fined $5. Stu'art, F. Hill, Spokane, speeding, fined $7; Terry R. Cripps, Spokane, speeding, fined $7; James A. Goes, Spo- kane, excessive n, oise, muffler fined $5. Edward E. Crmn.well, Spo- kane, no operator's license on person, no rcgistrati,n., fined $22; Daniel C. Votava, Spo- :ane, running stop sign, fined 17. Dennis P. Flaherty, Mill- wood, improper lane of travel, parked on opposite sde, fined $7; James M. Led, get, Pod, Pomeroy, running soo sign, fined $5; Thomas H. Wgmner, Pomeroy, speeding, fined $15 ($5 suspended), $2 eases. Leland F. Heiyd, Oheney, speedixtg, fined $7; Betty Joyee Wsan, Spokane, speeding, fined $5; Don W. Behrman, Spangle, negligent drivirg, ac- cident, failure to c.hnge ve- hicle registration, fined $29; Dave R. Harris, Tyl,r, speed- ing, fined $10 (suspended), $2 costs. Margaret E. AuR, Slokane, speeding, forfeited $12; Doug- las M. Robinson, Spokane, speeding, fined $7; Wi,m O. MiChael Jr., Kettle FIs, speed- ing, fined $5 (suponded), $2 costs. Teach Children Chdren learn by watching their parents. Te,ch your chil- dren good traffic mannem by obeying the law and driving c.arefuHy at all times, says the Washington State Safety Coun- cil. Gerald L. Saling "More educational sup- port should come from the State level. This way we can reduce local property taxes by eliminating spec- ial levies as a major source of school revenues." Native of Spokane. 36 years old. Homeowner. Veteran, U. S. Navy. B. A. and M. A. Degrees fom E.W.S.C. Married, 2 children. Member Masonic Lodge. Principa ! Roosevelt School. ELECT SALING YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE 5h District, Republican (Ad. Pd. by Larry Karl.son, Clhrm. 3614 W. VCalton, Spokane) Coin Dry Cleaning at Maytag Laundry CLEAN FLUID ASSURED WITH NEW TYPE FILTERING DRAPERY FOLDER ATTENDANT FOR CHANGE OR HELP 1 BLOCK WEST OF POST OFFICE CORNER 2ND & H STS. J Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. CHENE For Fast Service on Printing . . . The Free Press Printshop AT "+">" ge', an Exceptional Public Servant George A. Kain Knows His Job . . . and is doing it George K, ain is widely respected for his masterful ling .of the many duties of our county Prosecutirg ney's office. He has five years experience in trial criminal cases, plus invesgative experience. He vigorously dedicated to serving Spokane County artd citizens with honesty and equafity. Let's Retain Geo. A. Kain, Democrat : Committee to Retain Kain -- Co-C'hairmen: Del Cary Smith, Sr. Why pussyfoot? Some folks (not you we hope) tend to be timid about asking their bank for a loan. And that's unfortunate, for after all, a bank's business is making loans. [:3 Speaking for ourselves, each of us here at Seattle-First is just as anxious to make loans as any other businessman or merchant is to make a sale. What does it take to get a loan from us? Basically, all you nccd is a good reason for wanting the money. And all we need is the assurance that you can and will pay us back. [] So the next time you need cash, we hope you'll step right up and ask us for it. You'll be doing us a favor. Cheney Branch/Seattle-First National Bank .......... W, Edward Betz, Mgr., 423-425 First Avenue