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Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 MOVE; 3 BUY HOUSE .and Mrs. Leo Bute.au lived in Four Lakes 1926, are moving to Spo- Their move, like many is because of the new they came to Four they had a bakery at Ferry. From there went to Daverport where i owned a bakery atd res-' They moved from to Four Lakes in , Buteau had ,charge of the at Eastern State Hospi- 25 years, retiring in they came here, the PTA was organized Buteau was elected Also, the Four Lakes was started. Mrs. Bu- chaplain for 10 years home economics chair- six years. In July of and Mrs. Bureau cele- their silver wedding an- with grange morn- In July of 1964 their golden anniversary with f the same people as in and Mrs. Buteau plan in about 10 days. They missed by *all. Mrs. Bu-, they will miss every- the community. and Mrs. Del Standerfer Mr. and Mrs. home ,ad are going it moved to a new lo- near their present FINGERS 4.H Fing, 4-H will meet of Gayle Wilcox at 7:30 p. m. TION SET will give a dem- on nezw mathematics meeting Wednesday. MEET meeting Wednesday at the with Oommissioner and Diict Region- Ray SChemensky in Due to complete l interest, the troop will to reorganize. The still ,open for anyone Contact O for more krffernm- MEETS TONIGHT Lakes Grange 908 will .a the Grange auxiliary will meet home of Ruth Haidey COMPLETED Howard Graham has re- from a three week a- Cuper Tone, Calif., visRed Mr. ,and Mrs. 13. Letson, JeAnne Gra- NEWS aZtd Mrs. Ronald McCon- Nancy Kiger) are par- baby girl, Sh, annon MENTIONS afternoon vitors Earlscoclrt were l. Earlscort and Mrs. of Spek,ane. Mrs. Will Graham in Pinhrst, Ida- their granddauh- Mrs. Will Graham's Joe, joined the Army Weekend Mr. and Mrs. Graham were visitors and Mrs. Judd MeRon SANDING samng and 'usz. years exT.e. Anderson, E. 1409 Spokane, HUdson ot for futttre refer- A.7-0.30 Dry Cleaners PRESSING ALTERATIONS )RY SERVICE IRST 235i732 B. Electric SERVICE Wiring Heat, Motors, Pumps CH. @2706 SERVICE | AT ITS BEST A lhone 2354410 ETT BROS. !and family of Colax. They celebrated their granddaught- er's first birthday. Callers last week at the home of Mrs. Kirkpatrick were Jack Stroub, Peter Roebuck, and Hazel Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kirkpat- rick celebrated their 23rd wed- ding anniversary last Saturday. Their anniversaTy actually was Friday but Mrs. Kirkpatrick couldn't get up to see him un- til Saturday. Mrs. Eva Stewart from Pol- lack, S. D., and Mrs. Sadie Wal- ker and sons, Wilber and Gene, Spokane, were Sunday evening cllers of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Larson. Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Larson v;ere Mr. and Mrs. MAle Ball. Elate Philligson spent the weekend at Spangie with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rasmussen. Mrs. Silcocks has returned from a trip to Los An(geles. Mrs. Silcocks visited Mrs. Earl Pendell Oct. 30 to view pictures they had taken on the trip to Utah and California. Mrs. Silcocks was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. Wiley Brown. OLher guests included Mrs. Bob McCormick and Kay. Mrs. Henry Wynsra attend- ed a party at the home of Mary Maddux in Cheney. Otive Swe- gel, l%achel Lotte .and Mrs. Wynstra v/ere prize win,nets. Mr. ,and Mrs. Lawrence Grif- fin of Plummer, Idaho spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Del Standerfer and family. Mr. ,and Mrs. Delmar Fitzner and" family and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Griffin were Sunday dinner guests at the DeI Sn- decfer home. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Baits rnd family of Mohler were Sun- day eye,ring callers at the Del Standerfer home. Mrs. Loscoe TaylEor was a :house guest .of Mr. arid Mrs. Richard C Vaughn. Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill AMBER HOT LUNCH Monday --- Mashed potatoes with hamburger gravy, spin- ach, bread anl butter, pears, milk. Tu, esday --- Vegetable bee stew, ,green salad, .hot rolls and butter, apricot crmp, milk. Wednesday -- Fried chick- on, fruit cocktail rcalad, bread and buttex, ice cream, milk. Thursday -- Chili beans, car- rot sicks, bread and butter, cookies, apple sauce, milk. Friday  Potato and weiner casserole, peas, bread and but- ter, butterscotch pudcting, and milk. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Ronald McKinley was hostess to the Young Gels bridge club when t me last Wednesday. Guests were Mrs. Don Lambert and Mrs. Cecil Stormen, t of Endicott. Pre winners included Mrs. Stor ment, Mrs. Fred Sooy nd Mrs. Melvin Morsh. The dub meets next with Mrs. N. A. Cor4i'll on Wednesday. PERSONAL MENTIONS Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Coulter erd Everett of Spokane wea'e Sunday afternoon guests of Miss Franc Mason. Attending Dad's Day activi- ties at EWSC Saturday were Melvin and Howard arsh as guests of their sons, John and Spangle Hews By Joanne Green SURGERY PERFORMED Mrs. Naomi Morasch under- went surgery at Deaconess h.os- pita] last Wednesday morning. She is repGrte,d doin,g quite well. TONSILS REMOVED Gordon Young underwent a tonsillectomy ]Last Friday a.ter- Howard, Jr., and N. A. Cgrdill as a guest of hs daughter, K'ay. Among thse attending the 25,th wedding anniversary cel- ebration of Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Wilfiams of Da:venpo on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Iwan Calvert, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill and Re,n, Mr. and Mrs. Howard M_arsh and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marsh. Ms. Will- iams is a niece of the Calverts and the Mills. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Sooy, Carol and Gary were Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Aldcrson and Mike and Mr. ,and Mrs. Norman Crutch- er and Dick, all of Spokane, Rudy Rosenzweig of Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. Fred S(oy and family. Mrs. Cecil Storment of Endi- cott was a Wednesday morn- irg ca:ller of Mrs:. N. A. Cordill. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Breedon o,f Spokane were Saturday guests .of Miss Fro,n Mson. Don't forget the Amber PTA potl,uck dinner Friday, Nov. 20 at 6:30 p. m. Everyoe is wel- come. Amber Grange will meet Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 8 p. m. The bookmobile will visit the Amber school Nov. 17 from 9:45 unil 10:30 a. m. Mr. and Mrs:. Wilam Good- I win, Dave .and Annie were Su- day evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Harris and sons. Mr. ,and Mrs. Richard Jor- dan and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Folk of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Best at- terded a party Friday evening at the home ,of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Hendricks in Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. errill .and family of Lament were weekend guests o Mr. ad Mrs. F. N. McKinley. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Harris were Friday dinner guests g their daughter, Mrs. Elvin Has- kins, Gone and C:ladia of Che- ney. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Terhaax and family of Stmkane were Sunda7 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Weisman azd N:acy. The three Terhaar chil- dren were Saturday overnight guests. Mr. ,and Mrs. Richard Jorchn and Jennifer, Mrs. Don Lam- bert and Jill, Mrs. W. Edward Betz and Peggy and Mrs. N. A. Cordill, Kay and An were among those attending the Job's Daughters hurch day t the United C!hure of Christ Sunday. Frank Rest was a Friday overnight guest of Jolmny H,ar- ris. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Taylor of Tacoma were Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sooy. Mrs. Glenn Best and Mrs. Richard Jordan lso helped with the Halloween parties hst week at the Amber school, but their names were uninteon- ally omitted. noon. He is home and doing fine. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Bill Rum,berg of Spo- kane is spending several days at the JGhn Campbell home. Mrs. Lawrence Lockw(od, niece of Mrs. Martha Nielsen, Seattle, and Hattie Fross, Spo- kane, were guests of Mrs. Niel- sen l'ast week. Bii1 Wilson of Seattle visited briefly at the Claude Schieche home Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schie- cbe were dinner guests at the McGourin home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Martensen en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. I4arod Alien and Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell at di.ninev Saturday evening. Ida Emhoff is home from the nursirg home in Fairfield. She received many cards, cheerful notes, gifts and flowers during her stay. She is sure they hur- ried her recovery and she ap- preciates them very much. OES held a hunters pancake feed Sunday morning. A good crowd attended and a arge profit was reported. The Blue Bird Girls, dected by Mrs. Jack De.Gon, ppeared on the Wallaby Show Wednes- day afternoon. Appearing were Rene Crabtree, Shelly Dod'son, Janet Schieche, Jill Flaig, Bon- nie Morgsn, Melenda and Bon- nie DeGon, .Terry and Penny Raird, Sherri Byers, Kathy Kaplan, I,ouAnn Houston and Iobin Brown. There were also younger brothers rtd sisters of the group attending. Me,h- ers taking the group .to Spo-, kane were Mrs. Dedson, Mrs. Morga.n, Mrs. Brown and Mrs. DeGon. Claude Schieche and Eruiel (ardner of Spokane returned from the Blue Mountains Sun- day morning. Schieche return- ed with an elk. Among those in different groups sl 4mnt- ig in the Blue Mountains are Ernie Wright, Ernie Goth, Roy Grunevald, Doug Smith, Harvey and Charlie Nealy, Da- vid arid Buck Mangis, Dick Mer- ritt, Jim Davitt, Harry Kon- shuk, Jerry Schmidt and Tin Hodson. Alan Rielly celebrated 18th birthday with a amily dinner at ,his home last week. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fb Baird, Judy and Jay, Mrs. Claude Schieche and Mrs. Mar- tha Neilsen. Ah.n 'laa sttffered a cracked rib in a football game the previous day. Mrs. Jack DeGon 'held a par- ty for second and third graders last week. There were 33 chil- dren attending. Mrs. Ph'l Hall: and Mrs. Bud Morgat assisted. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Si.evers, Bill, Marilyn and Joe, ,and Mr. I and Mrs. Herb Kauel, Kathy and Dick atterled an accord- Jan concert in Spokane Sunday afternoon. The concert was giv- en by a former world's champ- ion accordian player. The Spsngle Ladies Aid will hem ,a spaghetti dinner to ni,ght. They will serve from 5:30 to 8:00. Come and bring your friend's. The 4-H card party proved to be a large success Saturday night. Winning prize's were: high, Bud Sievers, Cecela Burns, Otto Bliesner and Vio- let Btauert: low, Rex ohwer ad Viola Engle. Ronnie Green won the travelir,g prize and Mrs. M. W Piersol and Leonard Zehm won the door prizes. Earl RGhwer anctioned off several EWSC Artist Series Joy, Kim Lyric Soprano A MODERN BUTTERFLY TO REMEMBER Showalter Monday, Nov. 16 8:15 p.m. ADMISSION BY COLLEGE ARTIST SEASON TICKETS PERFORMANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT DOOR. Tyler News By Wanda Stengle ANNIVERSARY ATTENDED Mr. and Mrs. GKbert Peter- son attended the double, 25th wedding anniversary celebra- tio of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Humphreys and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Humph- reys. The open house re.cep- lion was held at the Reardan Presbyterian church. PERSONAL MENTIONS John Graylapp and Dale Lowery of Medical Lake, Dick end Ed Rosen, au enjoyed a cakes afterwards which brought quite a profit. The yar- tv netted 60. " Mrs. Lmda Torgesan am two children from Hay were guests .of Mrs. Louise Pittmn last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Knuth and Mrs. Louise Pittman vis, i.ed the Theta Rho Cub in Spokane last week. Spangle Grange will .hold a card party at the Carrmtion room Nv. 18. There will be a luncheon starting at 12:30. The 4-H Leaders "Recogni- tion Program" was held at Trentwood Grange Hall Nov. 6. The ,host, Spokane Pomona Grange, served refreshments to around 75 leade.s and junior leaders. Mr..and Mrs. Allen Flag and Becky ,and Mrs. E. L. Wittwer attended from the Spangle 4H Club. Mrs. Flaig received ,her five year clover leaf pin award and her fifth year guard. Mrs. Witt- wer received he" 12th year honor roll award guard. Dr- roll Fl,aig received his ttfird year junior leadership award. P. R. Gladhart showed sRdes and told about his recent trip to Ecuador. Mr. nd Mrs. E'gle ,and Mr. and Mrs. Blanert re serving on the card party committee for the fall quarte at Para- die Grange. They ammunee the ,anr,l turkey card party far Saturday, Nov. 14, at 8:30. Carl Blauert is now working at Chinook. He is ,help'rag pre- pare a Marina, (for ne season) which was purchased this fall by Orr-Hollenback of Washtuc- no. Oarl says he .has enjoyed the weather over there. The Spangle Homemokers met at the Blauert home Tues- day. Mildred Givsberger pre- sented a lesso on ,holiday en- teain,ing, on buffet service arrangement and recipes on soeeial dishes. The c}ub wel- comes any women interested to visit the meetings. Friday, November 13, 1964 xveekend of ,lmnting, which proved very successful. Mr. and Mrs. John Maurer held .an election tFarty last Tuesday night. There were 10 couples present from Edwall and Harrington. Mrs. John Maurer ,has been named enumerator for the cur- rent U. S. Census of Agricul- tare. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris, Mr. and Mrs. John Ham and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Morgan of Oamas went to Spokane for dinner last Friday evening. The Morgans were guests of i the Elmer Harris family this past week. Mrs. Don Shea was co-hostess with Mrs. Dorothy Hendrieks of Chen,ey at a Forty for young adults of the Nazarene Church. Twenty were present. Mr. 'and Mrs. Gilbert Peter- son were guests Saturday night at the home of her dughter, Mrs. Ronald Robinson, to cele- brate the birthday of her granddaughter, Jtflia, who was two years old. Atop the birth- day cake was an unusual 25- year-candle, made to be burned on each birthday cake until the little girl reaches the age of 25. Mrs. Don Shea took the mem- bers of her Sunday School class to bear the Golden State Gospel Singers at the First Baptist Church in Spokane Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Velma Davis went to see Mrs. Anita Maurer at Sac- red Heart hospital last Wed- nesday. She is improving each day and hpes to come home the latter part Of this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Brown visited relatives in Spokane Sunday. 'J. P. Brown drove Mrs. Emma Brown back to Ritzvile, wh6re she will reside at the Itttcrest Nursing Home, after a few days a the Ritzy:rile Hos- pital. Mrs. Evelyn Shea's mother, Mrs. lachael Pace, and her iStrer, Betty. of Kem,vick, spent several days last week with the family, welcoming the newcomer home. Mrs. Shea and new son returned from the ls- pital hst Wednesday. Weekend guest at the home of Donald Davis was Jim Kuhn of Espanola. The boys spent the weekend hunting. Mss Donn IJa,rris enjoyed a bus ride io Ellenshnrg to visit her brother, Dick HaTris and family. Her parerrts droe down Sunday. Donna returned with them. Mrs. Velma Das and Mrs. Verda Kelly of Lamont dvoe to Spokane for a birthday din- her for their sister, Mrs. Irene Cheney Free Press Page 3 Brockman, Rufus, Ore. Other guests were Mrs. Beulah Swan- son of Reardan arid Mrs. Del Willard of Spokane. Lunch was a smorgasbord at a local res- taurant. A dessert was served at the home of Mrs. Del Wil- lard. Kaye Ham was an overnight guest of her classmate, Caro- lyn Biehl, Cheney, Friday night. Sue Ham spent Friday night at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Wilma Plotts, of Cheney. Mrs. Mae Rosenau was ble to resume her duties at Lake- land Village. She has been absent from work for two weeks after becoming ill with the flu. Mrs. Grace Michae and her father. Mr. Leslie Brown, drove to Sprague Sunday to visit her aunt, Mrs. Emma Brown. Mrs. Margie Retter and chil- dren of Spokane were Sun4ay dinner guests of her sister, Mrs. Helen Jackson. She also called on her mother, Mrs. Polly Ableman. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kulm of Espanoh and their two young- est sons were Sunday ftor- noon visitors 'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Ablem,an. Mrs. Polly Ableman spent three days las week in Cheney visiting her sister, Mrs. Emily Cobel. Lee Ableman and  son, Gary, Jack Brovtn and  son, David, visited with My. and Mrs. Lloyd Ableman while hunting in the Tyler area. Dee Ableman, his amily and sev- eral friends of Cheney were also Sunday afternoon visitors. Mrs. Clarence Kartchner's daughter, Mrs. Goldie Lidsuy, returned home last Saturday. On Sunday, her daughter, Mrs. Rusty Maynard of Orient, brought the newest grandson for a visit. Sunday visitors at the home of the Dcnald Davises were Mr. arid Mrs. Hank Davis of Ritzville and Mr. and Mrs. Bill KuLm of Espanola. Some of our ,Mgh school stu- dents will be participating in the Cheney High School carni- we,l, which will he held this Friday night. tCURE MORE g GIVE MORE to AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY Attention Motorists The City of Cheney has presently in effect an ordinance restricting overnight parking on city streets. The purpose of this ordinance is to enable city crews to plow snow without being hampered by parked cars. So that you may be informed of the provisions of that ordinance, they are printed below. Ordinance D-45 - Article VIII, Sec. 76 (1), It shall be un- lawful to park or to leave parked any vehicle on any street of the city of Cheney between the hours of 1 a. m. and 6 a. m. from December I to March 1. It shall be unlawful to park or to leave parked any vehicle on any street of the City of Cheney except the central business district during heavy snowfall (heavy snowfall meaning a fall on the ground of two inches or more) at anytime between 4 p. m. and 7 a. m. It should be noted that the last paragraph does not con- tain any limiting dates, but will be in effect with the ad- vent of a snowfall of two or more inches, without warn- ing.   ............... The City of Cheney " Roy Foss, Clerk I i