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y CI October 23, ,.3 ene ub h'S Soci"t" IHERE FOR HOMECOMING I = Y I Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Briggsil m ,= J- .ting and children of Raymond are vis- I VV q||||| W]P |U •  . ]iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. l,• -- • -- & m , • society of the .ca- j. L. Foulon this week and plan ;U|StP|Ct Meet=  holds regular mem- Ito attend Homecoming at the col-I = = w • 1 Lng '.t'uesaay after'liege Saturday. Mr. Briggs is man-' Among the Cheney Tilicum club nurch parlors. Des- ager of the Pacific Telephone and[members who went to Colville Sat- d from an attractive lTelegraph company of the area• [urday to attend the Northeast dis- a with gold flowers .... I trict convention were Mrs. John lth Mrs. W. S. Ber- TO ATTEND CONVENTION GrubeoPlaSindeotf:h°:alAC.lUB b' , at the coffee urns. l Mrs Richard Hagelin will rep-  •: ...... ' 'vi= " ent was made of the rose •" .............. tutung ana wuss uora LJa ason. " nt mWt31 at tne wasnmgton ............. 'tQbe hel" ne .......... ars. w. L. rowies ana mrs v a xt weeK. tate 191eteucs assomatlon eonven- M Huhes board members of the [Ours reported on the tion in Tacoma this Friday and ..'- . 5 .: ......... |- -- alStrlct lelt y'rloay ann were over- a Sent the last few Saturday• Mrs. Hagelin works part- night guests of the Colville mem- frs. H. E. Holmquist time as assistant dietitian in the bers Mrs. Hughes is district secre- el (:::it uA atththk e New dorm. teYn2danM.rs. R0wles acting parh YOVember 24 Pcommit "*r ............ ^^- The meetings were held in the • - ivl . nna Wilson nad lu..eu. ..... " _ . . 0inted for the rece ................ ,nlgn scnool ana tuncneon was flew astor and ;s u nursaay wit.n .wtrs_ l-'ear| mtneu served in the new grade schools. v and ars. 2a]nnIe mre at Mrs. The theme "The Federation Faire's home There was much Needs You You Need the Federa- r was Miss Mildred reminiscing. They parted promising tion," was 'carried out in the roll ". dean of women at to meet soon at the home of Mrs. call responses• Talks dealt with of Connecticut, who Ethell the Territorial Centennial and the Foundation Mr "and Mrs  w A] ..... ^ life of Isaac Stevens, the first guy- • " : ........  .... " ernor Music was by high school were guests or Mrs. Alexander's students in costumes. DEGREE AT WSC sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. The attendance prize went to the Who has been visit- Mr. and Mrs. his A.B. de- Due to an error in Credits he was de- for graduation upon check- this fall, it was[ e had earned enough t ;raduation, and I fees were re- I E. Snodgrass, in Spokane, Sunday. hr. and Mrs. Ehno Bartlett en- tertained with a dinner Thursday evening in honor of the birthday of their young son, Jimmy. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. John Banks, parents of Mrs. Bartlett, and an older son, Bobby• Carl Garber and Elmer Garber of Portland were visitors last week at the home of their sister, Mrs. G. R. Maxwell. ssified Ads under this cents per word per • HELP WANTED ninimum charge of Housewives wanted--Address ad- 17 words). Ad- vertising postcards. Must have of 25c for "blind" good handwriting. Write National type in this section Engraving, Watertown, Mass. I of 75c per inch. o16-n6p • WORK WANTED SALE Carpenter and cement work, call lots, corner or write George Darlow (Bond- streets. A. A. Day- ed). Rt. 1, Spokane, 'Phone Temple 1431. o16-30p 2614. ag21tf SAVAGE STATION Your Tires Here REEZE heel balance with tire sold. for cream. Cheney Yankee Dairy, slltf upright piano, Very nice tone, $190, clarinet, bicyel% taattress. Main 2151. 030 Light bulldozer work, build lawns basements, roads, ditching, any- thing, $4.00 hour. Also, chain saw work, $2.50 hour. Phone Red 1621. o30-n6pd D WANTED Livestock of all kinas. Call Dean Smith, Red 2291, Cheney. m20tf CARL RASMUSSEN Builder, Contractor New work--Remodeling--Re- pairing windows and storm sash. We operate a complete and modern cabinet shop. No phone--Box 135 Spangle, Wash. • LOST LOST: Large coin purse Monday Rebekah Ledge. Sat., in Cheney. Several pennies, some at Cheney Depart- silver, keys. Leave at Free Press. 030 Fred Weaver. o30.pd For Sale small In. Reasonable. eat. 1 block from Llgh school and 4 blocks from M 1241 BI good condition. at H. T. Brown's. 1. Merrill Brown. o23-30pd set disk $100.00. Co. o23tf sedan and trailer corner of West aington, o30pd 8', 10' and 12', Che- $70.00 and up. single and double trunt, Case, Oliver, $60.00 and up..11½' Cultivator, almost 10 foot fertilizer new and tires Implement Co., " 030 Church SALE 2 to 7, 1953 to 5 p.m. Legion Hall clothing, furniture, rea- Mrs. F. L. Rat- Mrs. John Paul- SPOKANE Friday at Cheney selling etc. Cliff Dean Smith, Mgr. livestock to Daven- Co. The largest company in east- Sales every Thurs- Auc., Lew Hut- a12ff BARTON Phone 6,02 aStt • SPECIAL SERVICE Lockers are available. We do meat cutting an d wrapping. Edgett Pros, Cheney. f24tf Annual CHICKEN DINNER Cheney Christian Church November 6 Start serving 6 p.m. $1.00 per plate Children under 12, 50c o23-30 SEND THE VERY BEST FOR THE VERY LEAST beautiful SUNSET CHRISTMAS CARDS 25 cards and envelopes with your name printed on them, all for as little as $1.95. Also ex- clusive business Christmas cards• CHENEY FREE PRESS • FOR RENT 2 bedroom apt. furnished or unfur- nished, electric stove, shower, oil heat. Red 682, K. L. McCall. o9tf For rent: 3-room modern apart- ment, furnished. Near College. Phone Red 1952. o9tf FOR RENT 1 Kitchenette--electric stove, re- frigeratbr. Living room. bed- room, bath, hardwood floors. Furnished or unfurnished, Children Welcome. Cheney Hotel Apts. Phone Black 92 ag28tf 6-room house and bath. Cal'l 722 First St. Phone Red 1161. o23 -30pd One large 2-bedroom apartment. One 5-room apartment. Call BI' 2482. o23 tfi HOLMES APTS. Furnished apt. for one. Lights, water, heat, only $30.00 Two-bedroom house with oleo- trio refrigerator, stow and trash burner. 523 4th Phone Red 11 Chewelah club. The spring conven- tion was announced for Pullman in April. The presentation and planting of the living tree to the hostess club by the district were nmde at the new grade school following lunch- eon. Mrs. C. H. Sumpter of Ritzville district president, and Mrs. Rene Debois, first vice president, and ,)rogram chairman, had charge of tie session. " CHENEY SOCIAL r Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Jerue e- turned Sunday from Seattle, where they spent the weekend attending receptions for several g r a n d officers of the state DES. Sunday morning they entertained with a breakfast for their son, Larry, and MAss Sherrie Bernard, both students at the University of Washington. Mrs. A. B. Cutting entertained with a dessert bridge party Thurs- day afternoon with two tables of bridge• Prizes were won by Mrs. V. M. Hughes and Mrs. M. E. Mickey. Mrs. Earl Hilton and Mrs. A. B. Cutting were Friday luncheon guests of Mrs. William Sexton in Spokane valley. They also called on Mrs. A1 Ramsey, who with her family recently moved to Spokane to make her home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Michaelson held a coffee hour Friday after- !noon at their home for relatives who had attended the funeral serv- ices of Margaret Onstine at the Jerue Fnneral home. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Stronach and their house guest, Mrs. Stronach's sister, Dr. Ella Mead, were Thurs- day evening dinner guests of their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Conley, in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Newton and Mrs. M. E. Mickey entertained their bridge club Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Mickey. Des- sert was served• Autumn decora- tions were carried out. Mrs. Sam Braaten, assisted by Mrs. Percy Grant and Mrs. Ivan Kerr, was hostess at a family din- ner Sunday in honor of the Brills and Waltons. There were 12 pres- ent. Mrs. Olive Swegle entertained with a birthday dinner in honor of her son Dean Swegle on Tues- day evening at her home here. Guests were his family, Mrs. Swe- gl and the four children and Mrs. Anna Wynstra. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Van Patten were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. McLaren in Spokane Friday evening, together with Spo- kane guests. Mrs. E. L. Moore entertained at dinner Sunday her sister, Mrs. Ly- dia Dinsmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moore of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs.. W. Bergloff and son Dick have as house guests Mr. Bergloff's brother-in-law and sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sharpies, from Los Angeles. On Sunday they entertained at a family dinner for them and for a brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bergloff of Spokane, and Miss Sonya Morton- sen of Mrshall. Mrs. M. H. Surbeck and Miss May Powell entertained with a luncheon bridge party Monday af- ternoon at the Surbeck home, with four tables of guests. Prizes were won by Mrs. D. G. Jerue, Mrs. Nolan Brown, and Mrs. Robert Michaelson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holmes and son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nor- val Holmes, and sons, were Satur- • . I day evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Holmes and chil- dren in Spokane. Sunday dinner guests at E. A. Tiedts were Mrs. Katherine We- gels, Mrs. Margaret Kupeas, Kathy and Karl of Harrington, and Mrs. Lydia McPeak Mohler. I Mrs. Paul Delabarre had as Sun- day dinner guests her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wicdmer of Spokane; an uncle, Sam Derring and son, of Minneap- olis, and Mr. and Mrs. Donn Nuss,! also of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Van Patten and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hodge were co-hosts for a Saturday evening dinner party in honor of Dr. Ella Mead of Greeley, Colo., who is here visiting her sister, Mrs. H. N. Stronach, Mrs. Jean Gardner and Kay. lfr. and Mrs. Cliff Shaw from Paeo were Tuesday luncheon  guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Heiydt and children.. .: in their communities to keep Cheney Free Press Friday, October 30, 1953 Page 5 DRIVERS ALERTED [youngsters entertained. If this is] FOR YOUNGSTERS done, he said, there will be little I i New Chrysler Line sion and new 'solid tool' ride. all inducement for them to go roaming of which add up to a new high in THIS HALLOWEEN the streets. " !Now on Display driver control," said E. M. Braden, Halloween is just around the i general sales manager Chrysler corner. Chief James A. Pryde of the I I The 1954 line of Chrysler automo- I Division, Chrysler Corpbration, Washington State Patrol said re- i biles went on display at Cheney I The 1954 Chrysler is offqed in cently, and motorists should be on i Motor company this week and will]fiv e models with a total of 20 body" the alert for youngsters out trick I remain in the show room for publiclstyles. The lines this year are the or treatin', inspection, according to Lloyd Hol-lVindso r DeLuxe, New Yorker ]:)e- "Youngsters are likely to let lladay' dealer. [Luxe, Custom Imperial, and the safety rules go by the board in the i The completely redesigned Chry-]Crown Imperial•  excitement of scaring and being scared on Halloween," he said. i slers for 1954 introduce a new 235-] The indser DeLuxe is avaH- "Many of the child fatalities and I borsepower FirePower V-8 engine! able in six-passenger sedan, club injuries that occur on this holiday ! ! t --the most powerful and efficient]coupe, special Newport hard_top are caused by youngsters dashing passenger car engine m Amemca coupe, convertible coupe, Town and oUtin darkint° thecostumes.Street oftenand wearingdressed [ today--plus many major engineer- I Country wagon and 8-passenger masks." ::! ling advancements combined with isedan models. New Yorker models the smartest, most beautiful ex-] are available in six-passenger se- "Masks prevent the children from I t2eri?::r ahdstio;teriors in Chrysler's idan ' club coupe, special Newport seeing clearly and dark costumes !.::.!isiil  9-y '" Y. club coupe, Town and Country prevent to motorists from seeing i. ....... t "In addition to new FirePower wagon and 8-passenger sedan; and wouldthem" It would help a lot if parentStry to get the kids to take / :" :'i V-8's and new, colorful styling, out- New Yorker DeLuxe models in six- off the masks when they go out- standing engineering features de-!passenger sedan, special New-port doors• Parents should also see that  . "• . • sgned for luxurious performance club coupe and convertible coupe. coloredthe youngsterScostumesWearor outfits°nly light-trim .... ?[h. include the new PowerFlite fully-I The Custom Imperial is available med with white or reflectorized ma- / [ automatic transmission f u t 1 y m sx-passenger sedan Newport terial." i proved bv use in 195,3 Imperials, a and six-passenger Town limousine Pryde urged parents to band to- models. The Crown Imperial is gcther to see that sufficient par- . Inew Airtemp air conditioning unit, •  full time power steering and power'available in either the 8-passenger des and gathcrinds are provided LINITED CRUSADE DRI E brakes, new anti-roll front suspen- sedan or limousine model. NEw.VALUES in the lrmn|oad Sale BU¥ot s caseL NOW! Stock-Up 00Ninter! zoo I COUItt F - boxes last 5c cANDY BAR ,-,othin9 to buY, aaron t who visit "" " K I R • • I u00LMr- _,. X. C. I -v __ . 00Ca,s,e"? _. r00l00t' II co00o,_,d, s.?,%. 0/ u. s. 00ood .............. reftS, aft-Keaul .... • Rich Ripe- : GIBSON'S FOOD CENTER ' ,, " Cheney, Washington '