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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 29, 1965 rrhP CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. F_tered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Mater under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every NATIONAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER EDITORIAL A C TIN ,1 " 2111! :.! ;| :L'i Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner There was an error in my news column last week. P- mona grange celebrated its 60th atmiversary in the Trian- gle grange hal Oct. 18 with a boo*s.ter flight. Among the 197 gtDangers and frieads attend- ing were Irma Stagter, Ariel. aide Lars.en and Leone Wid- her, Wtndsor grange, on Nov. 8 in the Plaza grange hall. Paradise Prairie Hushall News By Lana Evans 4-H NEWS Last Saturday night the Prairie Prances put o,n heir ann,ual 4-H club banquet at the Paradise grange h,all. There were about 45 p'e,sent. It be- gan ,at 6 p. m. with fl lotlu,ck d,in!nev, followed by candle lighting ceremonies. A film, "The Horse with the Flying T,2," by Walt Dsney was also prelsented. Leslie, Lary, Steve a,nd Ru'ssell West provided instrumentM music Lana Evans was mas,ter of ceremonies and Lachievernent pis were awarded. Next 4-H meeting will be held at 7 p. m., Tuesday, Nov. 2, at the h, ome .o Theresa Smith. The ol'ub is p,l,anning a 1Toy ride and party Oct. 30. GRANGE NEWS Wednesday night, Oct. 13, I:iaiur Cavners grange put on c he,ted table Ioth, Lil Green the hand crocheted dresses scarf and Olive Reetz ef Mar- shall the 3-piece buffet set. Mrs. Harriet Parker crocheted aH the Neces. The cement floor was finished Tuesday evensong, Oct. 12. CHURCH NEWS This: Sunday al Y. F.'ers from the United Church o,f Christ will attend a rally for the Eastern Washin.gton, Nor- them Id'arho eon.ference at Met- alne Fat .ls. WEDDING ANNOUNCED ,4. sh,over was held Thurs- day evening, Oct. 28, in, the Marshal Community church 5or Karen WeNan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wer- .Nan of Mahall. She will be maied to Ken Bleeker, son ,elf Mr. arid Mrs:. Garry Bleker o{ Route 1, Spokane, on Nov. 12 in the Marshall Crrn,munity church. BOOSTER NIGHT SUCCESSFUL EVENT /!!i! i HARVEST BALL QUEENLinda Von Lehe was crowned 'Harvest Ball Queen' by her cousin and last year's queen, Dianne Von Lehe Saturday evening in Medical Lake. Pictured with the queen is John Jensen, chapter president. Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill AMBER GRANGE HAS BOOSTER NIGHT "DO" A fair sized crowd was pres- ent Saturday eveg for Am- ber Grange's booster nglt prgm.m. After presnSation cf the flag ceremony, the g.rorap was welcomed by raser Lar- ry Oeser Who a.o read the the state master's address and gave a 'short history of Amber gran,ge. Larry Ocher is the grandson of John Lee w,ho was the first master of Amber gra,nge. The Galo,zay family enter- t tained xtext with a skit by Clmrtte ad Ken, a pian 1 sofo by loseann.e n a @ver I reading by Sharon. Jo Ellen $ordan did a "can-can" dance and Alice Spuler presented a reting, "Susan ha Stitches," a,nd Mabel Cordl did a whistl - intg n 'arber. Teacher of Deaf Speaks The hilhlight of the evening was Mrs. Iatherine Anderson and lo of ,be.r students at the Davis .school for the deal They demonstrated the meth- ods used in teahin,g deaf chl- CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for eduoation- at equipment and/or supplie by Eastern Washitgton State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121, Showaltew Hall. PreposaI forms may he ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wal Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1965-July 1, 1966) Directory O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Metors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. dren. This is: a worMerful thing and one must witess a cte,morsraton of this sort to i re,ally appreciate the oa,pa!bili-I ties .of these,,o teachers. I Silver Star pins were pre- sented to CharIie ,and Ellen Proctor who first joined tke grange at Halfmoan. The Proc- t.ors a.ctualy have been mem- bers of the grange for 35: years but due to a mix-up in books, they had never been iven their 25 year pins. The evenig concluded with re.freshnents in the dining r,om. Next grange meeting l will be Tuesday, No,v. 2, at 8 ). m. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- FIamburger hea- ven, green salad, bread and buter, pears and milk. Tuesday  Mshed potatoes with hamburger gravy, gree beans, cinnon rls, fruited jello and milk. Wedaes,day  Vegetable and hamburger stew, cole saw, bread ad butter, pump- kin ptdding nd milk. Taxuy- .Meat f, but- tered oorn, celery, bread and butter, ch2tate cake, and mll'k. Friday  Tomao .soup, let- tuce and ttma salad, toast, apri- cot crisp nd milk. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Decker eajoyed a trSp to Portland lst week where they were house guests for several days of Mr. and Ml B Thayer, old frieas. On Sunday 'they all enjoyed a drive to Long Beach. Monday Mr. and Mrs. Decker were ,overnight guests of 'his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Mo Decker, at Yakima. Fmjoying a family dinner Su,nday ,a  lmme of Mr and Mrs. Charles E. M'ffier were Mr. and Mrs. rd Musser, Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Mil- ler, Mr. and Mrs. Chm'ies Mil- ler mid dauglRers and Mr. and Mrs. James J. M' 'filer and am- fly. Sunday visitors of Mr. ad Mrs. Fred Sooy and rowdily were Mr. ,and Mrs. E. A. Mel- ville of CAeney ad Mr. and Mrs. Richd MelVil/e av.d dmihx-rs of the Spokme VM- Icy. Nick lavsh and Michael C,mangs enjoyed Slmdy dimmr with Mrs. FAsie SchnfidL M. L. C. CAnxti was the guest of hner at a birthday dner Sunday at the ome of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. C'dfll Kay, Arm and Nels. Other guess included Mrs. Wilson Cree of (heney and Mr. md Mrs. (ark Cordfll, and Len of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie MiLl en- joyed the weekend at Priest take as guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. ! Francis Kuehl. Mr..aad Mrs. Gilmore Rietz, Myrna ,aaxl Denise were guests Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with All Standard Oil Products SPECIALIZING IN HEATING OILS AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor 235-6378 CHENEY The 15 granges who will be its amaual booster night, with Paradise grange had a good !,osts to the oher 15 .anges[45 prent. Mrs. Ruth Mar- tuba,out for the boster n#t m .Spokane county will fur-line r f Amber "WVrn the cro- Oct. 15. A four,piece band en- nsa a program nnmber from] ...... - ...... tertained for da, ncing after the each grange and will be noti-  i program. fled by the Pomona g:ra,ngelsunday" It will be held iSn the home economics Chaimnan,ol "-nner- 'uilflin  on the Mary Jane Hankel, what each[ Dal, Hazel farm Each ,,clar C HOOL NEWS 'an - will fu:rni for the re l.- %. , . ; ' .: .. vne Wirdsor school PTA is fresthments. The first h:alf[ies put on a bg show for the i_m., ng 'a...n"=u'tuween. Iunert ;or ule cmmren Sauraay eve- hour will ,be spent getting a,c-I many who th, Snook ......... . r J '  r . i ' 1 nln , OCt O a the scnom ouam.ted with grnlgers whel,, r ...... . .... nin- the show g ' , r z s ill h given for the haven t attended a grange is on. M:r. and Mrs. D,a'le Hagel costumeanl a f n fille-' meeting for sme time. The ,= u u meeting will start at 8 p. m. Windsor will hod an election in their hall dur- ing their regul, a mee,ting on Wedneeday, Nov. 3. Windsor grange will hold a card party in thetir hall Sat-' urday, Oct. 30, starting a,t 8. Attendirtg the card party in the Paradise grange ]all ltast Saturday evenkng were Mr. attd Mrs. Ose Rskam, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Benway, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swanson, Karerl O1- son aad Iona Widner. Para- dise gange wll hod is an- ram1 turkey card pty Nov. 13, stating at 8 p. m. Mr. ,and Mrs. J.ullius Stodgier entmained for Irma Stragier with a dinner laS Sunday. Airman James Sweet and Mrs. Sweet with their dughter Shelley are visiting lVlrs. Sweet's 'peae.n,ts, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Adair, for three weeks. Dixie Hagel arrived from Oalda,nd, Calif., to visit her mth, er, Nellie Haffel and ah- er relatives for taro weeks. Roy IIaget arrived from Oakland Thursday. The I-tagel's wi]ll hold a a:mily reunio this weekend. There will be a aDweea Hgel Spook Hbuse again this year on Friday, Satuy arid are in charge of the show a's- sisted by the Philip Patt,ersons, De'Hie Adair, James Sweet, Alan Morasch, and Rh.oner families. This is a show that ha:s been o,n tele,vision or the children. All the spooks are live and active. It is a h' show made up by the mem- bers of the Itag:ei family. Adelaide Larsen and Imna Stingier atte,vted Fat ttooney's funeral in Spolatm Monday. They v}sited Mr. and Mrs. Em- ery. Hewson Mnday evenhag to see the new addition to their home. evening is planned. Refres,h- ments will be served. Alwuys be alert for sch,eM when they stop to pick up or discharge childa, en. When yu stop, make it grad- ual if possible to give adequate ,mrni, ng to following tragic. Anticipated Rate 41,2% ANNUM For Regular Savings Accounts Surday of Mr. and Mrs. War- Ten Bauman .of BonneTs Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Ca'lvert were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Vose Of /_,a- monL The Spoka,r,e county- book- mLle wi$1 ,be a the Aber .loof Tuesday, Nv. 2, fm 9:45 to 10:30 a. m. Hmvard Marsh vas a guest o{ his son Howard Jr. a,nd Nel- son Crdill was a guest of Ns daughter Kayl for Dad's d ctivities on EWSC can'tpus Saturday. In the afternoon tlm attended the foCba,ll ame at A,bi Sadi'um. Others attending the game were Mrs. Iioward MarSh, Mr. and ,M W. Edward Betz mad am_fl$, Mr. and Mrs. I)n Lamhert ,nd foamily ad the lem Best family. Mrs. Don Lambert eatertain- ed the Yourtg @als ,bridge dub at he home Wedaaesday fter- no. Guests were Mrs. Orville Lvwis mad Mrs. Ted Sta'b.lborn. Prize winners included Mrs:. Melvin Marsh, Mrs. N. A. Cor- dill and Mrs. Leslie Mill. The chub w meet rmxt wi Mrs.. Bud Harris on Nov. 3. ANNOUNCING 84th Consecutive urterly Dividend II TO BE PAID BY '70 Per Shre from investment income, and a II special distribution of o Per Shez-e from realfzed capital gains. Both payable on October 31 to Composite Fund shareholders of record as of October 15, 1965. A MUTUAL INVESTMENT FUND BPONSE]RED BY EITABLISH ED 1BBEI |NYElYTMNTeOND= & aTOKS ePOKANE & EASTERN BUII.OIN TELEPHONE MADISON 4-4101 ePOKANE, WAaHINeTON Say, Ladies! This is the Harvest Sale, The last time thru this The Freenean's Berry Iarm Truck will be in your Medical Lake  Nov. 4, 1965 Thursday 8 a. m. to 10 Pioneer Uni Service CheneyNov. 4, 1965 Thursday 12 p. m. to 2 p. m. Prentice Shell, West End Featuring all our wonderful fresh frozen Zam (our rmne for uncooked frozen jmn) ad rea,dy ruirs. Come and get a FItEE taste samlle. SPECIAL a FREE 10 oz. container f ottr New Zam with the purchase of an assorted ease of six 5 containers of any of the folowhag flavors: Raspberry, Bl,ueberry, Bllackberry, bery, Red Plum, Apple, Sour Cherry, Peach, apple .and Black Cap. Mam- Try some Zam. Buy your winter's supply. FREEMAN'S BERRY FARM Rt. 2, Box 170, Walla Walla, Wash. Turkey CARNIVAL Spangle Service Club Saturday, Nov. 6 10 a. m. till 12 p. m. DOOR PRIZES GIVEN AWAY Games for Children and Adults All proceeds go for civic projects For Fast Service ma Printing . . . The Free Preso Prlntaho tt nti n 16TH ANNUAL Soil Conservation Banquet Honoring the Farmers of the Year Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmidt and Bob Schmidt October 30, 1965, 7:30 p. m. E. W. S. C. Student Union Building Turkey Dinner only $2.25 Tickets on sale at the door Door Prizes! Sponsored by The Cheney Jaycees 45th ANNIVERSARY 45 Years Chevrolet Dealers Founded in Cheney on Oober 1, 1920, by George W. Broven, Novma E. Holer and lVartin C. Halter, the firm has enjoyed wonderful grovth and ex- pin, ion and .for many yeas has operated three delersps, (me in Pu,,llmm% one in Coifax a, nd the ,home place in Otmney. We take ,pride in the dart that we are now one of the oldest dealers in the state of Wahirgton, with 45 years of Chevrolet service to our estoers. We ppreeate the ct that your confidence in our firm, nd our paxMucts, has made tMs growth possible nd we are you that we will always endeavor to merit that confidonce. Look to Chevrolet for Leadership in Sales, Design and Performance. A Truly Fine Automobile! Brown & Holter Motor Co. Cheney. Colfax, Pullman