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October 30, 1953

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Cheney Service Marshall IRECTORY Mrs. E. C. Hinton Be Good to Cheney and The Rev. Howard Lanphear de- :ney Will Be Good to You livered the morning service in the Community church Sunday morn- STANLEY SPEAR ing. REAL ESTATE DEALS PLAN MARSHMALLOW ROAST Handled to Your Satisfaction Plans were completed for the Phone Spokane RI. 9086 annual wiener and marshmallow WITH COLLINS REALTY roast in the church yard Friday, 1727 E. Sprague KE. 2525 October 30 at 8 p.m. 150 AT CHILDREN'S PARTY The montkly chilren's party that was to have been postponed was O.K. RUBBER given in the gym Friday evening with about 150 present. There were WELDERS games, a movie, and lunch of cookies and punch was served. C0M"' ETE TIRE SERVICE Supervisors were Mrs. Ruth Wil- LL llama, Mrs. W'. Kennick, Mrs. Tom Kelly Springfield Tires Barnes Mrs. Betty Parker, Mrs. M. Gray, WWalter Smith and Hugh Fay. Because of the coming hall- RECAPS - REPAIRS days no party will be given until January. 2301 - Cheney I)ARIGOLD MILK Butter and Cheese AT YOUR STORE . AT YOUR DOOR ...MMAIN 1881 or RED 472 INLAND EMPIRE DAIRY CREAM STATION OPEN Wed., Fri. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. CARNIVAL PLANNED The annual carnival to be held in the gym Friday evening, No- vember 6, will be a gala evening with games, fish pond, white ele- phant, etc. Some of the prizes are: a calf, a pig, a turkey, a doll and a grocery order. Plenty of fun for all. Mrs. Betty Kerslake and son William, who is home from Tehe- ran on a furlough, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Fischer and Mrs. Ethel Johnston over the weekend. Private Kerlake is with the marines. Mr. and :Mrs. Don McLean of Los Angeles were also guests of Mrs. Johnston and the group spent the weekend at Glengary, Idaho. IT'S TIME Mrs. Alice Adamson entertained at dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs. to get your car fixed for D.R. Bigham at her home in Spo- kane. Old Man Winter again Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Vcilliams at- tended the 5th anniversary din- ner and rance of the U. S. navy, your winter worries on your car be mine. SERVICE Sts. Main 2241 NEW SHOP E FRIENDS MEET THE t Shop and Kruger ALTERATIONS TAILORING REPAIRS Quality Dry Cleaning n & Dokken 2nd & College ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST PHONE MAIN 141 EDGETT BROS. We Make Keys AND HEATING CONTRACTING HARDWARE PHONE MAINI You Don't Have : to Make an APPOINTMENT to meet your friends. lust drop in at the COLLEGE INIII... They will be there. given in the Terrace room of the Ridpath hotel Saturday evening. :Mrs. Frank Greene, who has been in Edgecliff sanitarium for the past year, was released last week and is at home with her family permanently. Miss Freda Greggerson had the misfortune to fracture a finger on her right hand when she caught it in the screen door at her home one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hinton were dinner guests of Mr. and iV[rs. E. Etheridge at their home in Spo- kane Saturday evening. Donna Fay, accompanied by a friend, :Marsha Castle, of Everett, spent the weekend with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Fay here. :Mr. and Mrs. W: T. Neergaard of Steptoe were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Huff and family Sunday. Mr. and :Mrs. Arnold Williams and boys were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim :McConnell in Cheney Monday evening. Marlene Jackson of Greenacres, spent Sunday with the A1 Stratton family while :Mr. and Mrs. Stratton hunted near Springdale. They were lucky and returned with a doe. Hugh Fay got a buck Sunday morning near Springdale. Dallas and Edwin Henneigh each got their deer Sunday in Grant county. eEAST CHENEY Mrs. Anna Phillipa Ten East Cheney grangers at- tended a grange meeting of Wind- sor Grange, October 21. Those at- tending visitation meeting at Four Corners last Friday were Mr. and Mrs. John Babb Jr., :Mr. and Mrs. John Labish, Mr. and Mrs. Joe La- bish and Mr. and :lY[rs. Garnet Boots. Over 100 were present. Mr. and lrs. Charles Michel- brook and family were last Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Labish and family. Mrs. Emery Babb was a Saturday afternoon visitor. Katherine Alberta came to make her home with :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mantooth October 14. The mother arid baby were guests of the Joe Labish family a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips and John Wayne attended a birthday supper of Shirley Kile last Satur- day evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and 1V[rs. Douglas Kile of Thornton. Shirley was five years old. Mrs. Archie Baird and daughter, Mrs. Don Johnson and son Stevie, were Sunday morning visitors at the Chester Phillips home. Archie Baird and Don Johnson were last Sunday dinner guests. G. E. Turner of Spokane, president of the farm- ge Pickup or00, insurance, was out checking the eompany's interests. Grandma Sperry of Spokane is a house guest this week of her MAI N 2621 grandson, John Babb Jr., and fam- ily. GENERAL HAULING ]V[r. and :Mrs. James Blackshaw were last Thursday afternoon vis- itors of Mr. and Mxs. Joe Cox of Greenacres. The Coxes are par- ents of Mrs. Blackshaw. Mr. and lrs. Garnet Boots. John- ny and lry, were :Monday suiper guests of :Mr. and Mrs. John Babb Sr. :Mrs. Lulu Hampton returned to her home in Spokane after spend- ing the weekend with her son, Har- ry Hampton, and family. This Friday evening is Booster night at East Chen6y Grange hall. Doughnuts will be on the memu. Anna Phillips spent last Friday evening with Jerry, Raymond, / i -OIL COhlSRVA.'lrtON L.% NCRU ID SO IMPORT/NT_ THAT  % OF "THE AGRICUL'rUI'CAL LAND IN THE UNrTE]D .%TATE5 _14A5  IBKOUGI-FT tt4TO SOIL CONSEgVATION DI51RICt SPANGLE '.2:2: " STARTS WORK WEEK The week beginning Monday, November 2, has been designated as Work Week at the Spangle Community church. Materials are on hand for outside painting and fiuishing. Volunteer workers are needed and are asked to bring available paint brushes and ham- mars. Potluck dinner will be served each noon by the ladies. Ladies not afraid to work on scaffolding are welcome to paint if they so de- sire. Fairchild Courses Added by School Omer Pence, director of the Placement department, stated that additional classes by extension have been added to those already offered, Harold Coman is teaching a visual ids course at the Adminis- tration annex in Spokane. Two classes have been started at Fair- child air base in general psychology and math. These classes are open Wally and Joanne Labish. PILLINGS GOES TO N.M. to all servicemen and residents of Mr. and Mrs. John Labish and Ed Pillings, trainer and Sutton the air base. family and Mr. and ]rs. Harvey Hall director last year, has similaY Rupp and family were last Sunday duties at the University of New I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mexico in Albuquerque. Cece West Walter Rupp. assistant football, basketball and I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Baird and baseball coach at EWCE last year] Mr. and 1V[rs. Douglas Kile and is now hoop mentor and principal[ family were Sunday evening guests at Endicott. Tracy Walters, out- I of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips standing miler for four years at I and John Wayne." Eastern, is also at Endicott. t Cheney Free Press Friday, October 30. 1953 Page 3 Frasier Appointed Education Chairman I ! Clark FraMer, supervisor of stu- / .{ dent teaching, has been appointed vice chairman of the American Legion's department education I committee fbr 1953-54, Jasper A.] Reynolds, state commander, an- I nounced yesterday. Frasier, a mem- I ber of Cheney post 72, is a past / state commander of the legion. 7%ff*-*"x/ F. 'l . 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