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Prairie News By Lana Evans IE MEETING HELD week a zone meeting held for the Washington Horsemen in the north- zone. About 500 people in attendance. we,re given out. The Horse club ws named club of the year, the 1eLean f, amly named of the Year, and C01- received the In- award. MEET SCHEDULED State zone meeting is be- for Friday, Satur- arid Sunday in Tacoma. lawards wR1 be given for Shows and gymlhanas basis. On the is a board meeting night, division awards and election of new on SunPday. Abot 50 ',he Spokane area will be IIC PLANNED Nov 13, theHunt- arid Jumpers' club (. Equestrian) of Spa- planning a hunting olin:it at Arndt's Stables southwest of Ed Neighbors, the Owner .of Linden Arabian will be instructing. MAKERS COUNCIL OCT. 5 5 i:s the date set for the of the Spa. club in the :hostess room. The of the Four Lakes Hub plannirg to attend. CORNERS GRANGE night, Get. 27, and guests o,f 0arIevs grange enjoyed- party at the hal,l Bots, an insu,race a'voin Cheney, and Ray Pomona nl.astea', guests. were given to Mr. Srteddy, Mr. and Mrs. Garbrell, .nd Mr. and Bower. IAndbevg was in charge program, llepha put on a Itall, oween party be- ginning with ,a 20 mile hay ride from the Shelto,n ha,me to I31aylocks, where the party was held. There was a spook house in the basement and there were many games, prizes, re- freslmlents and laughter. Those attending were Larry West, Sandy and Peggy Shel- ton, Tony gohrbaeh, Lyn,n Carlson, Genevieve and Diana Treka, Betsy Williams, Jenny Cenis, Colleen Daugherty and !Carol Blaylaek. The group en- joyed a hay ride back to Shel- tons after the party where the parents picked up the mem- bers. It was ,a ,big success and a lot of fun was .had by al. CHURCH NEWS Satu,rday, Oct. 30, the mem- bers of the Youth Miuistry at Westminster Congregational Church participated in a work day for Christ They went into people's h, omes doing odd jobs to raise money for the State Confer- once. Those from Ghency were Laa Evans and Polly Larimer. Oct. 31, the Pilgrim Fellow-: ship group put on a Hallow- een costume party at the home of Dave Weidner. Dave Graham set up his PA system .and provided records and tapes for dancing. Fun, flames, scarey stories, refresh- merits and dancing wea, e en- joyed by all. Those present from Cheney were Lana Evans, Don Smith, lolly Larimev and Miriam Scott. The hdies circle o,f Mar- shall Community church met Wednosday at Muriel Brown's. PERSONALS Pam Clark and Jackie Zi- zutka were h.otesses Saturday night to a party 'at the Clark home. About 20 from the Windsor area attended. Mr. and Mrs. Wasenmi:ller o,f Berrien Sprins, Mich., are guests ths month ,of the Wil- bur Wasenmillers. Last weekend, Mrs. Nellie Carl.son ard Mrs. Lloyd Lovel,1 and David journeyed to Coeur d'&lene, Idaho, to visit Ken neth Carlson, Mrs. Lovell's battLer. Saturday night, Mr. arid Mrs. loy Dalton, Mr. mad Mrs'. Foyd Conelly, Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Arndt, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Evans attended the Elks were renewed, Peg l,odge hal5 in Spokane. gave a rtation, and I joined in the ff'roup I A"00luckIun00hfl[o Four Lakes 10 at 8 p m., Four C0f By Mrs. Sidney Larson will .host the. ye,ar. dinner for aH mem- HUB CLUB JOINING the grange. STATE ASSOCIATION - At the Hu,b club meeting GRANGE Oct. 28 rat the fire hall'1 exp.la- iffht, Oct. 3'0, Par- ziation and dem)nstrations gangers took part in were given on various su,bjcts 'tal Halloween party. Mrs. Bruce Oliver demonstrat- were judged. Mrs. ed using a wool seam hem for received fast trlace pressi,rg woolen clothing. Mrs. Cckbuvn, second. Gten O,tsyn and Mrs. Izn games were enjoyed Barrick reported on wash aad ith bingo and a pot- wear fabrics for working wom- fllowing. About eaa and teen ,agers. Mrs. Wan- da PweB showed .how to paint ,on vellum and velvet. PRANCERS Mrs. Lawrence Schanitt re,port- 30, the Prairie ed on safe winter driving. Mrs. Haidey and Mrs. Bruce Oliver, hostesses, demonstrat- $00riN00 a new 1966 officers will be: presi- Phyllis Schmidt dent, Mrs. Lawrence Sehmitt; vice president, Mrs. Crlen Cal- L NEWS syn; secretary an,d treasurer, Springs school PTO r, qrs. Nick Haidey; reporter, a 8 p. m. Monday, Mrs. Leon Barrick. folloving coffee at Pennies for Friendship will Main will e,nwtain be under Arma Erfurth. Year- sorgs and guitar iy dues are to be $1.25 per per- A dime a dip son. The club is joining the i being planned for state Homemakers club. more details later. "[:hose atending were Mes- first grade teach- dame,s IAoyd I,ovell, Anna Er- the third grade ehil- furth, Glen Ca]syn. Bernard ra a fied trip Irm, Nick I-Iaidey, Bruce :her new home beiv Schmi,tt, Ray Dirkes, Herman 17th. Wtlms, Leon Barrick nd Mrs. W. met at the home Mike Miller and bab.V. Guest Sh'eet, Geigev Heights, was Mrs. Wanda Powell. members present. A is Mrs. Dane S'turday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Next club meeting artford and family attended held Tuesday at Vhe a banquet at Argonne Jr. ,high f ,Ma. Claude Doughty. school, put on by the Nrh- Leaf Grocery from Geiger Field )hone TE 8-1223 r Neighborhood Grocery STORE HOURS thru Saturday a. m. to 8 p. m. 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. olff Airway Heights Grocery OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. TO 9 P. M. Fresh Preduee Meats, Gro- ceries, Toiletries, General Merchandise. D. A. Jaquith Get yoter Free Press here jy2311 In Fried Chicken Juicy, Tender , Ready In 5 Minutes ................... 89 BURGERS, SHAKES ORDERS TO GO AIRWAY HEIGHTS CH 4-3914 east zone ,of Whinoaa State H,orsemen. Carro.l McLean and family were honored as the family of the year. Their daughter, Iaulme, received the Ins,piration Award. Jackie Lynn Kartford received two high point ribbons. Tlae inlad Empire Morgan Horse Club was chosen the club of the year. Pauline McLean spent Sat- urday night and Sunday with dackie Lynn Itartforfl. Many from the Four Lakc Comunity attended the timer- al af Mrs. Mitotic Jones last Thursday. Mrs. Lois Lunneborg and Ed Croks visited with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crook,s during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp caled on the Crooks fami!y last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Atkins ,are in San Francisco, Calif. for the next two weeks. Mrs. H)attie Van Camp from Spokane spe.nt Sat,.trday with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. James ()wens. Baby Brenda Reitmeier is home from Sacred Heart hos- pital and rec.'>vering nicely. Saturday caUers an Mrs. Sava Kirkpatriek were Miss Flof ence Kirkpatrick nd Mrs. Nina Loomis, daughters f Will ' Kirkpatrick. Lueitle Fetzner and Jack Straub we.re Sunday callers. Mrs. Bazel Bowel'l took her mother to Spokane Sunday to visit with Mr. Kirkpatrick at Sharon Arms Nursing Home. Mrs. Anna Erfurth and Mrs. Mike Mi,er and daughter] called o:n Mrs. Gretchen Mos-I er last week, as did Mr. and[ Mrs. Frank Ro,ers or Pridai. I Mr. and Mr's. Fred Kirck- coffer from Sprague and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones from I Spokane were Saturday eve-i ning dirmer guests of Mr. and I Mrs. lobert Scott. : lr. and Mrs. Frank Ressa from Spokane were Sunda, evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Boots E.arlscourt. ,Mr. and Mrs. Tray ReynOlds and famklT of Spokane vsited Su,ndy with Mr. and Mrs. larl Pendel. Mrs. Barbara Mattau'sch and Mrs. Jessie Si],cock were din- ner guests last Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. larl Pendell. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. i'eneH, Barbara Mattausch and Don Work enjoyed dinner Spangle News e, By Joanne Green FRIENDSHIP NIGHT HELD Primrose Rebeka,h Lodge 94 held Friendshi, p Night hst week at their regulm" meeting. There were 16 visitors from Morning Star and Trilum lodges. PARTIES ENJOYED BY VARIOUS GROUPS The high school clas of the Spangle Christian church, di- rected by their teacher Mrs. Art Dyers, enjoyed a HMtow- een .party Friday evemng in the church soeial room. Mrs. Earl Rohwer held a party for ,her Sunday school class at her home Saturday evening. Those attending were Carolyn Sievers, Rene Crab- tree, Shnon Denton, Bonnie DeGon, Tommy Johnson and Mark and David Hall The 4-H club he,ld its Hal- 1,oween party at the Spangle Service club Saturday evening. Members and famihes attend- ed. MARY BREWER HONORED Mrs. Mary Brewer was hon- ored at a birthday dinner Sat- ulday e-verng at the home (rf Mr. ,and Mrs. Ed Brewer. The gues'ts included Mr. and Mrs. Austin Ba'ewer of Spangle, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gruber, Jenivie Howey, Brad Brewer, rtd Bob Davidson, all of Spokane. COAL ARRIVES; CASH SOUGHT The coal for the Spangle Christi,an church .has been de- livered for the winter. Mrs. Art Bye, rs and Mrs. Jimmy Johnson are again sewing on the coal fund and both will accept dormtion's at any time. DATE CHANGED The Spangle 4-H club had anrmuneed their card party t,o be held Nov. 20. This date has been ohan,ged to Nov. 19, same time and place. COMING EVENTS- Spangle Service club will hold its annual turkey em'ai- val Nov. 6 at the club . Spangle tastevn Star wi'la have the hunters pancake feed Sunday, Nov. 7, from 7:30 a. m. to 2 p. m. at the OF_,S hall. at rmlnn 14,o, This is for the general public a,cmpanied Rodney and Cur-tEDN A BRAS--H--H-ONORED tis Hayes trick or treating. I AT BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Ted Manly l Mrs E-na Br " - s n  t a asn was nonor .pc t :as Thursday in Har-[ _ . '  .... ' ," .. ea at a surlrtse mrna,ay parw lngton, guests .of Mr. and Mrs. I, . _ , : ..... Wes Bly ast nursaay at me Jrasn Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rasams- sen from Cheney and Mr. 'ad Mrs. Terry Phillipson from Spokane were Sunday evening supper guests at the Orei]le Philipsons. Teen-age square dance les- sorks are held every Saturday morning at 9:30 at the Four Lakes grange la.ll. Cy Cr,,'s- man is the instructor. Mrs. Cody Standerfer at- tended the pot-luck supper at the city hall in Medical Lake ranch. Those honoi,n her were Mrs. Jody Drash and Clint, Mrs. Erna Jean @rune- watd, Mrs. Patricia Young, Flint and Mvad, Mrs. Pat An- dea'son and Steve, 1. Zena Dan:forth, Mrs. Sadie Bardwell and Don,no Crabtree. BOOSTERS BUSY The West Liberty Bosters ave busy 5.th several pro- jeers. Letters were sent ha,me ith the children telling about last !onday night. Tlfis was a[ i,aint afair sons' hv the ! State of Washington, Office of the Su- , . . t- .    pervlsc, r of "Water Resources, Department C'athohc and ]plscpal chllrch- of Conservation, Olympia. es NOTICE OF GROUND WATER RIGHT "1 ......... ] APPLICATION NO. 7837 ivtr. an(] M,rs. oay vml(ler-j Take Notice: That Cheney School Dis- * trier No 360 of Cheney Washington on fer spent the weekend at Deer _. _ -9e .... ' - lake ucowr zz, i o, nle appneauon xor permit to withdraw lublie ground waters Mrs Sidney Larson accom-[thxough a well situated within Block 8, ,. ":.   ..... .... Plat of Southside Addition to Meadow p men IVLVS. trn,est NbCIYLI].Ilan[Le Townsite of Seettor* 23, Township to Chenez last Wednesday for t 24 N.. Rae 1 . W. M., in Spokane  '. --''' --" 7 r , I County, in the amount of 80 gallons per the LWXtS meeting a _rs. m- t minute, subject to extgting rights eon- mer Tiedts' 'hom r[xVO,1voJtinuously, each year for the purpose of ................. 1 - "r " " --  . I QOYOtlC Stlpp y ; uurlng I rlgatlon iBea- memoers were present. I so- for irrigation. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Larsont Ant objections must be accompanied and fa--il ......... I by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee II/tIll y a.IlO Mr.  Mrs. I and filed with the State Supervisor of A L Larson 'nrf] nrnilv zorJ from November 12, 1966. _,,'." " _  --" --"-s "":" J Witness my hand and official seal this umber guests unay Wlgin ] 291h day of October, 1985, their folks Mr and lrs Sid-I M.G. Wadker, State Supervisor of . * " " I Water Resourcea. hey 1.arsn. I (Nov. li-12) Mr. Livestockman... You're invited to the Spokane County Cattlemen's Annual Fun Night At Cheney City Hall Saturday, Nov. 6 SOCIAL HOUR 6:30-7:30 BUFFET SUPPER 7:30-9:00 DANCE FOLLOWING ADMISSION $1.50 PER PERSON ID necklaces and bracelets. Proceeds from these sales will g,o to the Boosters. Other pro- jc,cs include salves of pa,ring knives, steak knives and knife sets and also sol, ling several Amwa,y products which in- clude a fire extinguis'her and an ironing bard cover. All of the products and the knives will be on dispi'ay at the Ser- vice club carnival in the Boost- ers booth. SCHOOL NEWS The Liberty Varsity football team ended its season wit,h a 10.7 win over Free,man. The pep band and about 70 stu- dents traveled to the a'me and hvge number of adult sup- pc,rters aso attended. The Lancerettes perforvned in uni- form. Liberty debaters broke even with Medical Lake in heir frst league meet of the sea- son last week. Randy lohwer and Steve Mor2ord took the Ireffave side and won by one point, while affirmative speak- ers Gayle loecks and Pat Cun- ninffham lost to Med[cM Lake by four points. Randy w:as high point man in his de,bate and Gay,le led her group. Judges were Etden Felgenhauer and Priday, November 5, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 3 Rev. C. C. Sounders, both of Fairfield The six ,debater's and coach- e,s Feucht and Strait atended a practice tournament at Che- hey last week. Puandy and Steve made up an affirmative team aId won their first de- bate against Chewe!,a,h, but los't to Lind and New?art. Gayle loecks, Pat Cumning- ham, Jan Deannie, and Jane Brincke,n had n,t prepared their negative argumert, thus forfeited their debates. This tourrmment did n'ot count in league standings. The,cast of the  all-sclool pl, ay, 'Let Me Out of Here," has been workirg hard trader Mr. Feucbt's direction, learn- ing lines and actions or the production date, Nov. 8, begin- fing at 8 p. m. at the IAbevty high gym. NEWS IN BRIEF Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davitt have returned home after trav- eling to the Bast t,o pick up a new truck. Harvey Raugust and De,rmis have als,o returned wilh a new truck. Mrs. Herb Krauel was lhe winn.c*r of a portable tetevision set at the pea growers dinner last Tuesday. Damiric Foti visited $or sev- eral hours witch friends in SpanNe hst week. He says he is feel*in, g beter now and is a little strorger than whe he first wen, t to the rest lmme. Mrs. Bertha Hail has return- e,d from her visit with rela- tives to California. They en- j,oyed many side trip. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helmer were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James laddox of Green- acres Sunday everkilg. Mr. nd Mrs. Pauly Sievers and family were din,non- guests t the home of Mrs. @hdys Smi Surzday. M}s,,s Oaeolyn Sievers was a weekend guest of Miss Rene Cra, btree. They enpoyed ta'iek or taea,ting ,,ad the party held at Vhe Rahr home. Ernie Hueter is in Sacred Heart tspital. His con,diitiron is not good. =,, m I SAVE MONEY WITH iii:: 00=FI00ASTER ENGINE STARTS Chevron Starting Fluid starts even the big engines in seconds--at 50 below! Slow starts drain batteries, dilute crankcase oil cause heavy cylin- der and ring wear. 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