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. I__ &amp;l__.._ A I his mother, Mrs. Emma Sten- [year ]w Ulglr s Kartehner with the By Wanda Stengle I LDS Relief Socieity, served a NIGHT SET ]dinner last Friday night fro" annual Booster ] the science class at EWSC. and potluck supper will' Johnny Stegle visited Gary 'heid Oct. 30 at Tyler Grange at 6:30 p. m. A program follow supper. Everybody IN BRIEF Wednesday dinner guests of and Mrs. R. M. Plotts and were Mr. and Mrs. Del- Schultz of Edwal, Judy .of Spokane and Mr. and Ham and danghters. occasion was a going away for Tom Potts. Tom left Ablema of Cheney 'ast Fri- day on heir school lMiday. Spanole Hews By Jeanne Green FRIENDSHIP NIGHT HELD AT LODGE Primrose Rbekah Lodge held Friendship night Oct. 14. There were 60 guests rpre- sen, Ling Siloame, Truth, Tril- lium, Hope, tamona, Deer Thursday for Jacksonville, Fla., he will board the U. S. for 15 months ac- wi[h the Navy. the joint meeting and Nazarene of Cheney Sunday  were Mrs. Don Shoo, +and Mrs. Im Shoo, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Carol Beta and Mrs. Bob Shoo. enjoyed the "Spokane Singers '' on the pro- with a fellowsp hour Tuesday, a potluck lun- was held for the home grou, ps a,t Sok,ae. from Tyler Gra,age inny Shea, Mrs. Childors, Mrs. Grace Mrs. Doris Betz Merle Peterson. and Kay Ham will tap' on the talent show spot-, nigh% Clannel p.m. rght ,at Grange and Mrs. lus.sel Brown serve refreshmenCs. and M_vs. Jack Brown enjoyed the scApe .at Spmgue 1,ast Sat- morrfing by Park, Beacon, Hillyard and Morning Star Lodges. Hormred guests inroduced were Lei[a Keevy, grand war- den of state asembly, several members of d+strict 2, and Sandy Kellogg, fast resident of Theta RAp. First nomna-i Lions for elective offices were made. Poems and thoughts on friendship were by sev- eral members and cand'les were lighted by the warden. After the meeting the Odd Fellows and their guests join- ed the women for on,terrain- merit presented by Helmuth Suksdorf and his accordion and Mrs. Shirley Gardner on the piano. Some played cards and oth- ers visited while refreshments were served. The State Assem- bly president, Mildred Ander- son, will visit Nov. ll. NEWS IN BRIEF On Saturday Elva Jones Mirmie Knuth, and Louise Pittman traveled to Reaeda.n for a District 24 meeting. Mrs. Wilma Knth and Yvonne visited the Spangle !area on Friday. Yvonne is now evenFing. Gilbert Peterson won radio at the Sprague carnival. d M_rs. Arley Heyer of a new born to their day,h- Judy Harkness, Turn- The baby, John Micheal, his 3-yearsold brothe, at home. and Mrs. Gflqbert Pete- arm Mr. and Mrs. Ray lad dinrmr +at Spo- T. viaitors at the home and Mrs. J(hn- Ham Mr. arid Mrs. M,an+ing and Mrs. Ell,a Smith of MENTIONS Krmth has been ill. for days. Under doctor's drove to Spolane Me,n- x-rays :at the Medical liSd'm ,*. at the home of Mr. J. P. Brown Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. and children flom Spo- :spen the day hunt- is a cous,in of Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Brown children were dinner of ber sister, Mrs. Tom and family, of Elk. and Mrs. Dick Ellensburg, were guests of their par- and Mrs. Elmer Har- Swanson, Wauko, on Mr. and _Mrs. Wes Thursday aftern,oon. and Mrs. John Mauer e:hildren spent Fri- and Saturday with her Mrs. Robert Rieth, af ton Anita Mauer was a guest at the h'ome of Mrs. DonMd Maurer ort. and Mrs. Ed Betz and enjoyed Sunday di, n- the Wilbur Beta tam- Spokane. Dew spent three d'ays ,at the home of Ed Betz and amfly. ar, d Dehar Van,dine, of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Were Sunday afternoon niece of Mrs. isited the Do- over the weeke,d. .oldie Iartehner drove to visit with her Mrs. Goldie IAndsey M.nt., who is in So- hospital recovering SUrgery. '. Kartctmer met wt,h tl and teachers  th Society last Satur- +at Spokane. dinner guests at the of Mr. a,rd Mrs. LeRoy were Ms rrmther, Mrs. student teaching at the Joel a Ferris JmAor High School, where Arthur Blauert is the principal. The past week Al,ien ReiUy and Alan Roecks attended the Natiorml Future Farmers Con- vention at Kansas City, Me. They represented the Liberty High Seho(d FFA Chapter. FUNERAL HELD Funeral services were held Oct. 15 in the Alwin Chapel of the Hazen and Jeager Funeral H, ome for Pp Hein. He had been a resident of this area all his life and las one son lving near Spangle. TAILORING CLASS SET There will be an adul tailor- tag class each Th,ursd,ay eve- ndr=g from 7 to 10 at Libey H, igh School. Plans are also underway for an intermediate or ,beginrdng sewing class to meet some other evening of the week. Anyone interested should contact the high school office as soon as possible. MEETING SET Dorothy Powers, S pokesm,an- Review columnist, will speak at a political information meeting tomorow evening at Waverly grange. The mee,ting is open to the public. !DINNER ENJOYED A potluck picnic at the Lon l,ake hmne of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Olson was enjoyed by ll past patrons and m.atvos .of Spangle OES. Leaves and other items for home decora- tions were collected during an outing in the wods. PERSONAL MENTIONS Jtl Robinson won firs place in the local Soil Conse'afion, speech contest held at Fair- field iast week. Other speak- er,s from Liberty were Mary Schmidt, Darlene Kendall, ,and Jerry Jeske. Miss R,ohir, son was presented a traveling tro- phy by last year's winner, Judy Cornwall. Jill will now compete in .the Spokane area cortest to be head this Wed- uesday at Cheney. Jack Chase, who has ben paralyzed since he was 20, will present ,a Nationa,1 Assem+bly program Thursday at the ,high school on wheelclmei,r basket- ball. Chase was a member o the U. S. vheelehair xket- bar team which wo the world i championship. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Green arid children retrained ham,e from Mouta Saturday ngh. He returned by p}aae to LakeMde [Mont., where he ,s now em- ployd with Inland Asphalt Co. Mis Ida Emhoff ,has' been moved to the Fairfieki rest home to recover from major Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 GRANGE NEWS Four Lakes Grange s having Booster Night tonight. Every- one, grangers or not, is invit- ed to make this a big for the grange. There will be a potluck din+ner at 7 p. m. for lowed by a most interesting program. Everyone come and bring a friend. GRANGE AUXILIARY Grange Auxiary met at the home of Mrs. Bob Sco*, Thurs- day. There were .seven mem- bers present and one guest. At- terdiug were Mrs. Gretchen Moser, Mrs. Alice Reitmeier, Mrs. Janice Reitmeier, Mrs. Sa- vallah Wi]lms, Mrs. Mary Ddrks, Mrs. Marcia Mace and Mrs. Val Moore, the guest. Receiving secret pal gifts were Janfice Reitmeir and Mrs. Grace Gif- ting. The door prize was won by Mrs. Marcia Mace. MEETING SET Don't forget :to attend the fire meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. Men are urged to support the fire department. It is a ol'unteer department. PAIR AILING Mrs. Jim I-Iartfod, Mrs. Elzora Powers and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin I-hrmon and d, au+glter of Ken- newick. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. Cameron, who has lived in Four Lakes, near Willow Lake, for the past 13 years moved to Medical Lake last weekend. The reason for her move was +on account of the new highway which takes her place. Mrs. Cameron's huse has ben purchased ,by Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Vauffhn, who will have it moved to another location. Mrs. Kate Hartford, who for- merly lived in FLOUr Lakes, is now living at the Broadway Nursing home, .and is .repoted in good condition. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner BENEFIT SALE HELD Windsor Gran, ge ladies served refl'eshments at the 'auc- , tion and preview in Spokane Tuesday and Wednesday at the benefit sale cond,ucted by the Campbell House committee. The benefit was to raise funds for restoration o the Campbell ma+n.sio,n.+. It was an antique auction. Mrs. Harold Sprague voted Oct. 13 to cn- tirm'e and not to sband, was understood by several members living in a'd near Chermy. Tbe next meeting will be Oct. 27 at 8 p. m. in the Sprague Lions Cub hall. Nominations (f officers for 2.965 will be in order. NEWS BRIEFS Mark WbApple +o Bel}in'g- ham, a 50 3'ear member of the "Washington State Gr.nge, is visiting friends in he Hayford area. Joe Mickus, master of Five Mile Grange, died recently af- ter a severe heart atck. Mabel Jo.hsto, Pomona Grange lecturer, s eorvalese- hag at home after major sur- gery. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs, Vern, Heu,li are visitirg relatives on the coast. OAaudia Williams has re- turned home after visiting her !brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Wfllams, at Pembroke, Va. Mrs. Neta' Bowen and Kate Olson visited the Wfllard Be- wen family last weekend ut Revere, Wash. Bill Garras and his mother, Mrs. Jim Garras, and aunSs, Mrs. Fred M:artin and Adelaide Get well wishes are sen,t to Werhan, home economics+ Mrs. Fred Grub, who had sur- chairman at Windsor Grange, g-. ,, ...--,. - ,^ c,...., was in charge <)f the serving Spear, who suffered a heart[ Ler netpers were Ade;i'aide attack last week. t Larsen, Mrs. Bert Parshall and PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. D orMd Brown az'd children of Tekoa were Sunday guests o,f the Brown,s Stanley Gunther of Spokane was a caller Sunday afternoon at the Brown home. p Mr. and Mrs. Hovnfel+t o Cheney ,vere Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Hathorn of Four Lakes. Don Jeuicke spent the week- end hunting a,t Northpert with the Lloyd Lovell family. The FAdan Jenickes enter- tained about 30 Sunday school teenagers at their home Satur- day for a lunch and hike. Callers at the Sarah Kirk- Iiatrick home last week were Mrs. Thel'ma Atkins, Mr. Herb Anderson, Peter Roe+buck and Habel Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry l%uffner were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ph,i'l]ipon and family. Rick, Fred and Rger Good- win were weekend guests of the Alex Stampe. Mr. :and Mrs. Auca were Thursday dinner guests of the Alex Stampers. Bill Fitzner of Plummer, Idaho }s spending the next month with his sister, Mrs. Del Standerfer. Mrs. Heery Wynstm was an thonored guest at a birthday dinner at the he,me o Ma-s. Dora Hodgen, Spokane. There were 15 present. Mr. and Mrs. Hea,ry Wyn- stra spent the wee,ked in Lewiton, Idaho visiting Mrs. Wynstra's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wynstra attended the dedication of the I Assembly of God Church a Re- + sMia. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stoney and daughters o.f Walh WaUa and Larry Pond were callers of the Jack Hartford family. Cookie and Mara Staaly were overnigIt guests o,f Jackie end Linda Hartford Saturday night. Sunday callers f the Jack H,artfords were Mrs. Carroll McLean and Children, Mr. and Sunday from Arizona for a week. She hopes to visit many friends and relatives. She is staying with .her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C'haude Schieche. Directory ml FLOOR SANDING Foor sanding and finish- ing, 30 years eperienee. Andy Anderson, E. 1409 Central, Spokane, HUdson 7-0171. Clip out for future refer- enee. A.7-O.30 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS Larsen, returned recently com San Francisco Where they at- Mrs. Dale Guest. Other of the grange .helped the com- mittee. AT CARD PA----R Attending the D'anish card party in Spokane S,aurd'ay evenmg were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bleisner, Pauline Rohwex, Irma Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swanson, Mrs. Roy Ben- way and Anna Brinkman. There were 16 tables of cards in play; among th, ose winning the 24 prizes were Martka Bleisner, Fred Sw,an- son, Cara Beeh, Ray Will, on and Mary Gabby. 12 AT SUNSET Sunset Grange hd 12 ta+bLes of cards in play ,last Frida .evenirg. Among those atterd- mg were Dwain Tufts, Tom Hedger, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterri+tt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Case Ro+s- kam and Jim Anden. There wer + 16 tables of cards in play at the Sunset (ra, nge card party in the Dart- gold .kostess room. Monday af- ternoon. LODGE TAKES VOTE Phoenix Rebekh Lodge at Friday, October 23, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page $ tended a Dams'h Brherlaod and Sisterhood convention. Mrs. Jim G.arras was a dele- gate to the corvention.. En route home they visited Mrs. Martin's son, Robert Hooch in Paste. LANCE HILL Lance IIill 4-H met at the home of Beverly, Leland arid Janice Dew last Sturday. New books were handed out and re- freshments f punch and rice krispie squares were served. Annie Goedwin baked a birthday cake for Conme Ma- son. The next meetin,g will be at the home of Rick, Fred and Roger Goodwin. It will be a Halloween party. Going hunting? If you're a city dweller, don't try to keep up with rugged mountain, me; don't strain to keep up with younger men or to impress ;our buddies. CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- at equipmert and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Roam ] 21. Showaiter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) Vote Democratic MEET AMERICA'S CHALLENGE C. D. Martir Democratic Club, 112 Col lege Aver.lae, Cheney, Washington Acting President, Henry D. Kass YOUR PRESENT STATE REPRESENTATIVE Re-Elect W. L: (Bill} McCormick Has continually sup- ported EWSC, Lake- land Village & +East- ern State Hospital. Your Continued Support Will Be Appreciated Democrat - 5th District comes in two kinds of pickups Trim Fleetside ;on, mad his brother surgery and other illnesses. LAUNDRY SERVICE Pickup (shown above) or handy Stepside Pickup with running boards be- Ir. and Mrs. Gene She is reported as d'o,ing quite 322 FIRST 235.4732 " , aRl Kan  SIX)- wel,r s Bud organ is the new wn cab and rear fenders. There are :6. or 8-fL bodies, plus an extra-long husday a b'trthday PTA esident. ,;m,a Johnson f. " - . Was ,hem at the 4rome is the new ehaivnmn of the O.B. Electr,c 9- Stepmde body. Floor of heavy wood planking with full-leneth steel skid +J..Dom, m Davi2. in hor: blo?d bank ,.committee. C:ol'een, PERSONALIZED SERVICE +strips. Tailgate held snuelv by anti-rattle I=tk== v,, =+ " " "+ | sr, Mrs. vera lel- urDree witl De ner sisan+ , ....  . ., ..v..., =u  : -" hamon Guests were The Don Joh, nson am,il# I wnrmg smooth inde" enden f " . I:-Ne Wfflard of poke, i traveled o Tonusket ove h,e E ect. Heat, Motors, Pumps p t rent suspension and self adjusting -- I'I_(>n_ Nsn of Ros I weekond to vt and (0 sme I Rt. 1, Spokane CH. *.70S brakes, Check out a thaw nielmn fne u,,,. I,;.a ,,$ =,,k "mm"Bmam" -I [,trs. Gilbert Sw of} hunrg_. ...... j , it" ..... , iv. SVH. nmmmu V| W- . .. , Mr..and ,Mnl Bill Ll.,Cl " ----------.--- oe hone our rh v Y Y fruk ,[ :tatd Mrs William Ku,m made a weekend trip to Pas,co" . .............. ... ...........  ........  ??t d..Ze, aoI/| m f Of ;[ as were Sunday dinner[ Stark, who has been visiting ELECTRIC SERVICE ................................................................. -' .................................... ,A  t the Donald Davis at the Ed Strock home, left} AT ITS BEST , t. [Monday mot nng with the Jim p,. 0o ,  | m mm aa .  -t I l'and Mrs. Art Stengle Foster family for a trip to' ,,.- ,oo-u K]] ghindreo;oS.:viS:UgdtY Flr]aThwfll vzmtfnends EDGETT BROS. Ik/Vllll .no Noiter Motor 100o. 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