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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 3, 1965 qr CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Etered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Mater under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every Friday morning at Cheney, Washington, Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER NATIONAL EDITORIAL A C TI N Four Lakes By Mrs. Sidney Larson STORK VISITS FITZNER HOME Mr. ad Mrs. Delmar Fitz- ner are the paents of an 8 lb., 5 oz. boy, born Sunday, Nov. 28. He has been n,aned Wam Gene arid will be caled B". after his uncle. The baby j,oins two brothers, Lucky and Bobby, an a sister, Susan. 4-H CLUB The Busy Fingers 4-H c,l.ub will meet Tuescay, Dec. 7, at the Ha}d Moore h(me. GRANGE REELECTS PRESENT OFFICERS Pour Lakes grange met lst Friday and reelected all t)res, e officers. ,Mr. and Mrs. Wy- lie Brown and Mr. and _vs. Ted McMiln served the lu rich. The Del Stand,effer famiay enjoyed Thnksgivin, g at the Luie Nelson lmme in Che,ne5 r, along with the Boyd H,arvey and Bub NelSon tamilies. Del- mar Fitzne" jkoined them Mter in the evening. Mr. and lrs. Virgil Becket arm a,mily gram Mhler caed at the Standerfer 'home Sun- day evening. M. amd Mrs. Cody Stander- for entertained with a Mrth- day dinner for their son Del 1,ast Tu,escay evening. Tlanks- ave to make their exchange givirg guests we,re their Son gifts for the party at Mrs:. Ber- Wilhe and Mrs. W. J. Sndg:- nard Klies'. fer, mother of Cody, and an Mrs. Bruce Oliver was (m un(e, Frank Alff, al'l from Tel'escgpe Nov. 24 arid flare a Spolcane. brief his'tery of the county and Mr. and Mrs. John Becket s,ate homemake'rs chubs. spent Thanksgiving with their Mr. and Ms. Ed Crooks and san Virgil arid fanzily .at Mioh- son, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ltmne- ler. Kicky arm Mke returned borg and s'o,n were Thanksgiv- home with their grand!parents, ing ddnner guests of their lar- and their parents visited Sun- cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Claude day with the Jo Beckers. Crooks. Kemy ld.on a,ttened a Mrs. Sara L. Peterson and swim meet in Yakima and won M,r. and Mrs. Fred Peterson second place medal in the and Leslie and S'he'l'a were 100 yard backstroke and a Tlmnksgiwi,ng guests Of Mr. fourth place ribbons in the i and Mrs. Russell Mace and 50 yard free sbrle and 50 yard f amdly. back stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Spear en- Mr. and Mrs. Re,bert Reit- i:ertained Thanksgiving or meier and IAnda spent Thanks- Mr. ,a,n,d Mrs. Ted Radon, Mr. giving with ,an aunt Mrs. Bill and Mrs. Delbert Gillim and Thulean in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Lee: Wilcox and Mr. and Mrs. Re,bert V. families and Mrs. Mary Wil- R,etmeier and family spent cox. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Larsn Thanksgivingher grandmother,in CneYMrs. with, and children sepnt Wednesday Fred[bght, No,v. 24, width the Sid- Gechke. Thanksgiving dinner g'uets  rmy Larsrm. Boh farnilie.s en- at the Robert Scos were his j,oyed Thanksffiving dnner shier Mrs. Fed Kimrey and with Mr. and Mrs. DarreB Lot- husband om Spokane and son. The Ge'raffd Larson jined Mr. and Mrs. ts Frlscourt them in the everfing. and family and Mrs. W.B. Mrs. Sidney Lateen met Mr. Eartseotwt, also from Spokane. and Mrs. Roy Narely and In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Hazel Vava of Almira Scott attended the 35th anni- Monday in Spokane f'r lunch. ve'rsary o{ Mr. and Mrs. Pa'lin Mr. and Mrs. Don Muzatko Sah n Spokane. and Ri'cky were uneh guests Mr. and M'rs. Don Muens of Mrs. Jesse Sicocks Tuesday. of Waits, burg visited duing Mrs. Silcocks enjoyed din- the Thanksgiving vacation at net with Mr. and Mrs. Wylie the Mike Miller home. Mrs. B'rown and 15 other gues,s on Mullens is a sister .of Dr. Mil- Tha,nksgiving day. ler. The Millers were Thanks- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pen- givin, g guests of Mr. and Mrs. del, Jr., were here from Se,at- w, , xnre*or-, Neal Prir in Spokane. tle for the weekend. They. and Mr. and Mrs. H, arold Pen!del, Sr., we're Thanksffiving day Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartfard zu,ests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry arid flamily were d.mner guests Webber. in Spokane of M,r. and Ms. Bob Povers, nephew of Mr. Ha,rard. (o late for last week) The artfords were Sunday CHURCH NEWS gu,ts of her folks, Mr. and The poffuck dinner held on 235-6244 Mrs. George Shoup in Ceney. Tlmrsday eenirg at the Fotr Mr. and Mrs. Starffey Spea Lakes Church konored Rev. from Spokane arid M. Blair and Mrs. Homer Parry from E1 IOAne from Beleue c21ed on Sl.vdov, CentrM America. Mr. and Mrs. D.elbext Spear They have been visi-g in this Fidy, a.lo Mr. Poore of Che- rea ,or the past two weeks. hey and' Harry Caseaan o Fifty fends attended the din- Grden Springs. ner ,ami enjoyed the films and The Spears entertained M'. di, spMys. and Mrs. Rooe Atkis at a .Monday .nght Mr. and Mrs. T hon_giving diviner. J{ames tMnon ,he,ted a party Mrs. Herb ArMres of Kent for the Sunday cMss they at- spent the past weeked with tend. Gaznes were pl5d and he.r nmther Elin Cani,ag and refreshments served to 12. grandmother C, retchen MOser. Mr. ad Mrs. Fa ogers GRANGE AUXILIARY were Mlay ncm dinner MEETS LAST THURSDAY guests with Mrs. r. Mrs. H. L. Davis from WalM Grmge Aux:ilary met on Valb and Mrs. Le(m Barrick Thursday for potluck dinev were luncheon guess h, st at the 'home of lrs. Russell ...... Wednesday of Mrs. Amaa Er- Mee. Bleor of ffieers was furth, hem wi*h Gretchen Moser ELECTRIC SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mur- elected, psident; Savalah AT ITS BEST bh nd Peter Robak caled Will,as, vice President; Ja- Phone 235-4410 on Mrs. Sara Kirkpatrick one ice Reitmeier, secretary; Wil- d^. ^ . ^ ma .Pen,dell, treasurer, and y s we. Bolm,ie Scott, chaplmn tugen EDGETT BROS. Mrs. Leon tarrick remi,n,ds,. . ([" " m bmwe was a guest Hub club membev float taey    ,------  JHUB CLUB ACTIVE J [ Hub club met l'ast week with IL14,111 I IIll Illm llml&Jlm A|lMrs. Leon Barrick. ChrsLmas cardies were made and ideas W I 1M II M /U exchanged on ma ' [wig be with Mrs. Be,d SELECT AND PREPARE The next meeting ,Klme, the time 10 o "k. Each member  to make a | .  II Christmas gift and bring for --__ _,_ the gift exchange. _..r|stma5 00.aras rSaturday Ir. and Mrs. l I For Quick Service On Any Kind of Hauling CALL Dependable Motor Freight O. B.'s ELECTRIC Electric Heat -- Motors Water Pumps -- Farms Rt. No. 1 CH 4-2705 Spokane, Wash. 99204 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 Ted Radon entertaXied the See Our Large Selection Now[ earrys at 4inner. Mr. and Mrs. Orville llfii son ,and amily were Saturday AMERICAN GREETINGS everg dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Plipson in Religious Assortment .............. 16's-79c Spokane. OMl'ers at h,e Saa Krkat- rick home last week were Ms. u ,:J ..nO,may. Cheer ........................ 14's-79c SazeA Pmvel'l, Miss Lucite Fetz- ner ,ad Jack Straub from Spa- Religious Assortment ............ 16's-$1.00 l cane and Pete Pbea,k froln Fm" Lakes. Saturday Mrs. Treasured Selections ............. 18's-$1.00 Favorite Sentiments ............ 18's-$1.00 Traditional Assortment ........ 16's-$1.00 Winter Landscapes ............... 16's-$2.00 Currier & Ires Assortment .... 16's-$1.50 Foremost Artist Selections .... 2s',-$2.oo111 25's-$3.75 Many to Choose from 25'c-$1.50 410 1st St. , '" Cheney, Wash. PHONE 235.6348 , Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill HOT LUNCH MENU Mod,ay -- Mashed potatoes and hamburger gravy, corn, celery, cherry up-side-d,wn cake, bread ,and 'butter and milk. Tuesday -- Chi'liburgers, macarerfi and cheese, carro{ sucks, pears and ntiS. Wednesdlay --Fried Chicken, candied sweet potatoes, hot rolls and butter, ice cream and milk. Thursday -- Beans with ham, peanut butter sandwich- es, pckld beets, applesare cake and milk. Fday  Vegeta,ble and meat ,stew, green s'al,ad, bread and butter, lemon pud!ding and milk. Mr. ,and Mrs. R.o,rald Me- Ki 'nley arrived home Sunday evening from ,a week's vacation Kirkpatrick eaed on her hus- band a.t the nursing home in Spokane. Miss Sandra Jencke sent the weekend with her parents! the E1don Jemcke,s going on to Seattle Sunday to attend Teachevs Institute. Wednesday she will go to Hermiston, Ore. to visit friends. rs. Esgh.er Grimes from Se- attM who has been visitin,g Mrs. Gretchen Maser, has left for a visit with .a son in S]o- k ane before retu.rning to her lome in Seattle. Mrs. Del Standerfer return- ed lmme from St. Lukes kos- pial Sat'uday where she had been a latient for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Cody Stander- fer were guests .o,f th, er son wad family Monday evening for cake and ice cream honor- ing Rita Standerfer's birthday. Mrs. H. L. Davis from Wal]a W,'aHa arrived at the Leon Bar- rick home Tuesciay to visit the rest f the week. Mr. and Mrs. James Owens eaite'rtained with a aniy dinner Sunday. Guests were their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reitmeier and children, from Klamath Fa, Ore., Mrs. Hattie Van Camp, Mrs. Freida Owe,n,s from Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Russ'ell Mace and Sara Iay visited Mr. and Mrs. Ll)yd Lovell at Marshall. Sunday Mrs. Mary Lou Mue.ler and Danny ad PaPri- ka of Spokane were visitors at the Russell  home. Mr..and Mrs. Jack Reitmeier and chil,den, from Khmath Nas, Ore., Mr. and Ms. Rb- ert Hem'y, of Elk, and Mr. and Mrs. Iohe,rt V. Reitmeie mid cldren were Saturday din- ne'r guests with Mr. and Mrs. Pobert Reitmer S'r. Mr. ad Mrs. Henry spent Saturday : ndght with the Reitmee'rs. Mr. and Mrs. lbert V. Reit- meier and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reitmier Sr. and Lind were Sunday supper guests .o Mr. arid Mrs. Ernest Geschke of Marshafl. Delbert Spear returned home last Thursday fom Sac- red Heart hospital, where he had tmderone lung smgery. He is makiig ,a good recovery, trip to Douglas, Adz, also vis- iting SaLt Lake City, Bryce and Zi, on parks and Graad Canyo,n. In Arizona they wacched the cotton harvest and won,t across into Mexico si,ght seeing. They stopped in Las Vegas on the retunr trip. Mike and Brenda McVdnley stayed with their grandpar- ents, Mr. ,and Mrs. F. N. Mc- Kifley. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert, Jill and Clmck enjoyed Thanks- giving dinner with Mr. and Mrs,. Wetly Parker in Spokane. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Harris for Tlhanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. Etvin Has- kins, .Gene and Claudia and Mr. and Mrs. John H. tIarrs and sons. Ray Sooy hed his tonsils re- I m, oved Friday and is ,recup- i erating nicely. Yr. ,and Mrs. Harold .Reed and Mr. ,and Mrs. E Grimm ed family were Friday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs:. Everett Grimm arid family of C!hewelah. Th,nks,giig guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Okerstrom a,nl Mrs. Martha Mill were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill and Ran. Enj,oing the Tlmnsgivin lml:idays on the coast were the G:tenn Best family. They vis- ited with the Allen and Wal- ter Edmiston families in Seat- fie, returning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordilll, Kay, Annn and Nels, accom- panied by Mrs. L. C. Cordill a'nd Mrs. Wilson Cree. h'ad Tharksgivin, g dinner wih Mr. and Mrs. Clark Card,l, Cod- leen and Len of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry B:ub and family f Colfax we,re Frid!ay overnight guests of his par- e:n, Mr. and Mrs. Hova,rd Buob. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ramey of Sprague were Sunday vis. itors ,of the N. A. Cordig Sam- ily. Tlanksgiving guests (ff Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Decker were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Splich:al, Dianne, Carol Ann and Jerry of Spangle. Having Thanksgiving dinner with Mrs. Mary Rietz was Mr. and Mrs. Grim are Rietz and Denise, Mr. and Mrs. G,ary Rietz a'a!d Miss Myrna Rietz. Mr. ,and Mrs:. Jack Weiffand and Janet of Mercer Island were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Betz, Peggy Sue, Jim and Franklin !arid also of %er mother, Mrs. Kathryn Shndler. Mr. and Mrs. Gle:n Wa,to.n and family ,of Ohe,la,n were weekemd guests of Mr. a,nd Mrs. Leslie Moe. Carl Sooy was a Saturday nght guest of Patty Hair of iCheney. On Sunday afternoon j IMr. and ,Ms. Carl air and[ P returned Carol to her i home. j Sunday evening 6irmer ] guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. J. W. Decker were Mr. md Mrs. Bi Brucker of Fairchild. I a'ing ,a family Th.nksiv-] ing dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cummings, M,'e!hal and Patty were Mrs. Josie Marsh, Mrs. Elsie Sclmidt, Mr. and ls. Ivan Calvert, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marsh, Jotm and Nick and Mr. and Mrs. Iow- ard Marsh and Hoard, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Iowavd Buob attended a no-hest dinner on Tbanksgiving at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. tarl Mos. Mr. and Mrs. Charl.es E. Mil- ler were Thanksgiving guests o Mr. and Mrs. James J. Mil- ler and fa,mily. The Amber Eagles will vlay their fi'rst basketlVall flame o,f the season(, Friday, Dec. 3, at 1 p. m. on the4r home flioor. ',lore will also be a grls game. ,Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jo- da, n and family were Thanks- giving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Kidwell and family o,f Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Burlrhal- ter and family of and Mrs. Marion Bait Friday dinner guests of and Mrs. Rirba'rd Jovda family. Mirhael Hartley fed at school Monday striking bead on a radia*or and ed a large gsh, requiring! en stitches. Thanks,giving guests arid Mrs. Charles A. were Mr. ,and Mrs. Schlimmer, Billy and Odessa. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy gendrick, Idaho, were nesday and Thursday Mr. ,and Mrs. Haold and amily. MADDUX CLEANERS WILL BE CLOSED From Christmas to New Years Bring your Christmas and New Years cleaning in early. We will finish all orders so they can be up on or before Christmas Eve. Our shop will'be from Christmas to New Years for a family Thanks. 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Oallers at the  Spears home last week were Mr. and Mrs. Big Stiffler, Mr. nd Ms. Delbert G and Mr. arid Mrs. Sam Van Camp.  i!///t Wayae Worlw, former re,s- i[:"(;i; ident of Fou'r Lakes: is in the  :!,,li' Holy Family lospital ir Spa- ' kne, heve ,he had smgery. Mr. and Ms. Ioner Parry callMd on Mr. and Mrs. Claude Co, oaks at week. re Sma,day dinner guests of Mr. and Irs. Tray Reynolds in Spokane. clu, b's turkey shot. Frky Mr. and Mrs. I.rsa went to Iwiston, Idalm, for the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Arturm Thomxon. Mr. and Mrs. Boots Earls- curt attended the turkey shoot in Endicott, Stmda, y. Mr. ,al Mrs. G evaM La,rson and family spent Saturday night and Sunday in 4th Mr. a,nd Mrs. R'oy Farrel- ly, arm attended the Kiwais Get Your Christmas Trees from a Boy Scout at Gibson's Store Remodelin Remember... '"The Builders' S that Offers More" A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Look at these timely suggestions . . . 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