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Page 4 Cheaey Flee Press Friday, December 24, 1965 , 19 65 Let us pause during this season of cheer and remember He who saved us all. Cheney Drug SEASON00 GREETINGS TRI-STATE REALTY BILL GESCHKE LLOYD HAM . .,      i i i  , SW Spokane Co. Soil Conservation Service CHENEY Four Lakes By Mrs. Sidney Larson HUB CLUB MEETS Hub club met Tuesday at the h,ome f Mrs. Berrmrd Kle. A morning vcok sep was lmld oliovced by ,a Christmas lunch- eon ad gift exchange. A spec- ial gift was given Arma Er- furth foe the aeilities she had l g2anted the club in 1965.! Guests were Mrs. Paul Rogers of Cheney aad Mrs. Carro Iapfin of Medical Lake. Me,m- bers attending were Mesdames Nick I-ldey, Bruce Oliver, Ted McMHan, Lawrence Seb_mdt, I_floyd LveL1, Oody Star, defter, Jolm Becker, Glen Oalsyn, Ama Erfurth and Leon Barrick. A discussion was held on pvoolased projects ov 1966 a'rd it was deded to ,have a lureheon the second week in January. VISIT ON COAST Mr. and Mrs. Len Barrick and famiky drove to Kirkland Friday ,and visited Mr. and l,Ivs. Bud Kelly, 'sister of Mr. B,arvick, ad with his father P. M. Barrick. On Saturday they attended a wedl .dine ha Rerton of a cous,in. They re tUClred to Four Lakes Sunday night GRANGE LADLES PARTY HOSTESSES , The Grazge Aux]Jacy _eld is';;annual CrisWnas party on !Eriday night at the Robert Reitmeier home where a tur- key dirmer was seawed. Gitts were exchanged and secret pals .revealed. Tlmse a,ttedg were members arm thir hu- bards, Mesas. and Mesdames J,hny J, ones, Fred Gifting, Earl PendeH, Herman WiHms, John Becker, Russel Mace arid ,amily and gbet V. Reit- mNer and children. Tne next auxiliary meeting will be Jan. 20 wU0h Mrs. Earl Pe,nde,ll. 4-H MEMBERS ENJOY PARTY The 4-H Christm,a,s party was held Saturday at the Ros- coe Atkms lmme following a hay ride with Detmar Fitzne furnishing the transpertation. Members returned cod and hugry from beir ride rfVOm ging Christmas caros in Fotw Lake. A gift exclmge was held and Mrs. Atkins served chili. PERSONALS Oallers Mst week on Mrs. Grotahen Moser were Mrs. Earl Pe,dell, Mrs. Grace Gift- ring and Mrs. Alice Reitmeie. Mrs. FAaine Canning was ill 1.a week with a coM and was home from work. She returned to hew job at Fairchild .Mon- day. Mrs. M. W. Piersol from Spangle speat the weekenl wifih her daughter and ihmily, the Robert Retmeiers. The Ghistmas program at the Four Lakes Conmunity clurch was held Sunday eve- pang, with a god attendance. Treats were distributed. DnaM Dirks is hone f the hliday from WWSC at Bellmglam. Ray Dirks was home from s work at Meta- line Fall, s, also Ray, Jr., from work t Deep Lake. Mr. ,arid Mrs. Orvil},e Phip- son rd amily and Mrs. Jessie leocks attenderd a Prinipia 0 hvistmas sing at the YWCA Sunday. Davrel PhilRpson entertain- ed Saturday nlht for fomr selmol e_smates at he ,lome of is pareats. Mr..and Mrs. Jerry Rasmus- sen of Oheney and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Phillipsen of kae we,re Saturday visitors at the Orville PhilKpson hme. Mrs. Ehe Bussard o Meta- lrm Falls was also a caller. Imah Becke., Hazel Pov- ell a,rd Jack Straub called at the Sara Kirkpatrick h, ome last week. Dr. arid Mrs. Mike Miller ca'lied on Mr. and Mrs. Del- bet Spear Tuesday evening. They also visited with Mrs. Miller's mher Mrs. Creorge N;ilotivh in Spokane Sunday evening. Mr. :and Mrs, Morris Aman a:rd famy spent Friday eve- nirg with Mr. and Mrs. F. PeCerson. The Russell Mace fmnfly spent Satur4ay evening wih the Petersns. Mr. and Mrs. FAwvd Reed of Spokane were Sunday r din,nev guests of Mr. awd ,Mrs. Delbert Spear. The worme:n are sisters. A surprise party was given Alex Stamper Frklay hoe- inig him on his 75h highway. Guests ere Spokane retives. lobe,rt Scott las been in the Sacred Heart hospital the past few dars. He is some ivaproed and ,hoging to come ,borne o,')n. Ms. Jes Silcocks avxl Bar- bava lattauseh were su:pper guests at Earl Pendells Dee. !5. Mrs. Mattausch and Do Work of Spokane called on Mrs. Sileocks Saturday eve- nirg. Stmday evenin,g Mrs. S,l. ccks a.ntl Mr. and M'. Earl Pendell visited at the HaroM Per&el home and viewed pio lures taken by Earl on their vacation trzp in rzzona tnm fa]Jl. The hostess served pie arrd coffee. Debbm Radon .spent Fri@ay night with ,lmr cousin Laurie Wl, cox. Laurie Wilcox, Cindy, By- on and Steven Miller were in a piarm rec,,tal in Cheney Mn- day night. Their tea,cer is Sandy Greenwood. Mrs. James Harmon took her two soils Baft a,nd Bobby and Paul" Wilcox to Spokane Satu,day for tuach, he oecas- ien beixg Bart's sixth birth- leo, pfesident; Lou goblen, vice. preside at; Virginia Levis, ,secretary. Next meeting will be Dec. 6 at the East Sprague branch of Fidelity bank. 4-H NEWS About 25 members of the Se,nior C:hallengers went Christmas caro,lin.g Dec. 26. The group sang for various saritarums and rest hm,es in the valley. o Windsor Hews day. , By Mrs. James Widner lussell Mace, Sr. and Russ ......... h,m 0, fh JO#lr J WlnrctsIo,r grange naa tnear Jr., were ..... w .: ....... ,..- lend from Deep lake. Mr. and tChstml, p.arty last W ed- I Mrs Art Mueller and family nesaay, rrm ]unmrs gave me l arM" Mrs. Mildred nicken of]P, re-gram a!n!cl Dale agel was ]Spokane we're Sunda- uests ine ,stno-tn for b`anva. inere lot Ruell Mace  Y  = were 80 present. Gra,nge ho,me [ Mr and Mrs'Del Stander eceno,mcs .chairman, Ruth " " , i. " Guest and the ladies sent fer and children spent Friday .... .......   , evening with the Ger!ald Lar- bnrsmas a.,s,ets to tn% '0.,l- -  .- liOWln stlu ins Mrs Hatue son i,mliy, g " ' : ' Cody Standeffer spent hst week on vacation and Sund,ay they vsited Mrs. Stand'erfer's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Godin. ,r. and Mrs. Donald Waldo of Cheney visited Sund, ay with Mr. a,rd "Mrs. Sam Van Camp. Mrs. SidnEy Larson avcom- .p.a.ried Mrs. Ernest MMllan to a Chrisfmas luncheon f DWYC club Dee. 15. Mrs. Hen.- fry Rudolf and Mrs. Dora Wil- cox were hostesses at the R- d,otf :home. Mrs. Larson attended Lydia Circle C .hvistmas lun,chean on] Fvidlay at the First Presbyter-I ian .Church in Spokane. ] Mr. arid Mrs. Larson uttend-] ed the wodd.irg Sun*day ,of their eosin Miss Lnda Wei- ker to Charles Dunn 'at the North HiU Christian church in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. .laelon from Ephrata also at- tended the we,dd,ing and re- turned borne with he Larsons for the evening. The Gerald :Larsonts also we,re there in the evcning. e Paza00i00e Prairie Hushall New00 e I By Lana Evans [ CHERYL LOVELL SEES [ RUSSIAN HOCKEY GAME Mis Cheryl Lovell, d'uh- ter of lr. and Mrs. Lloyd L0v- ell of Marshall, was eseertedi by Dick Saryer of the air na-! tionai guard, to the Russian hckey game and the recep- tion at the Davengort hoel aftd.  HUB CLUB ADDS A NEW MEMBER Mrs. Paul Rdgers was the guest of Mrs. Lloyd-Ivel at the ,ast meeting of the Hub club .and joined the oganiza- ton. The h,dies made egg car- ton poodles fer table favors and lal a Christmas git ex- chanlge. GRANGE NEWS The al,falfa degree team will hold practice Dec. 27 at Wind- sor grange. All grn,ge youth are imdtod to jo,in. Four Corn- evs grange he,kl their on,null Christmas p a,rty Dec. 22. The youth of Mars'hall Community church put on the program, followed by a gift exclange. Parade grange hem their annual Christmas party Dec. 24 with about 60 ,attending. The group enjoyed live music, sirging, dancing, games, fvod ad `a gift exvbange. WASHINGTON HORSE BREEDERS MEET Last weekend Mr. arid Mrs. Elveta Iwis attended the Washmfften Horse Breeders meetrg in Renton near Se- attle. Harold McCullum was elected president of the hr- oug!hbred organzation. The zone group elec,d Frank Gfl- I/ttlefield, Mrs. Flora Smith, Mr. arid Mrs. Milton Gri:ffe,n and Mrs. Art S:hiHiam. Mr. Shilliam is in a S,poktne hos- pital. Gifts were Christmas steckings fill*ed with goodies, an Africa,n violet ce,nterpece and other things ta c'heer the s hat-ins. Windsor grange ,officers will meet soon after the new year with their new master, Dick Getrum, for his instruciions for the officers. Personal hlidiay news will be in this column next week. Merry Christmas to all fv.orn your Windsor co,rresmondent 1965 Eddy's Shoe Shop Conservation News By Clarer, ce A. Kelley SCS Tech.ician Conservation appUcation is still on the move. With the year fa:vt drawirg to a close the requests for techmcal as- ..isalnee are stil'l coming into ou,r office. The e,rd re,suit is an, c,he,r big wcfklaad for yaur two man staff, Rudy R,as:ez- weig and mysal,f, and a back- leg is building up as*t. We hope those who are awaiting our services will be,ar with us. Pruning and thinning wood- la,nd stards h:as beech go,zd t!his year but not a,s numcraus as seme recen, t ye.ars. To dia,te 45 a,plicatlons for as!s:istanee un- der the Agriculture Gans,Er- ti,on pro,gram of c,ast-.-laring have been received. Our rE- spon'sibilqty is t t:ravide the technical ass kance such a,s beltping the lar:do,wn,er sel,ect the waadl:and site, ch,,a,:in,g the tree,, to remove, and pro- viding tips on meth,ods o,[ pruning and thin+ning. SevEr,al of the operators have c3,mplet. ed these practices and most will be finished by the end. Nil.ely-four other eq have also been received assiarme under the cost-s pv.ogvam administerd by A 301 Hu'tton Building, Spok These requests include $ waterways, open drai ditches, windbreaks, co9,ping, lvestok ponds, I version terraces, spri'ng J veo,p,ments, pipelines foe" ! stock water, irrigatio, volts, .and wildlife ponds.u4. A new practice o W arid thinning wo beautification has eaufflt t eye of fo,ur land d Oeverau! S,mce it was just late l,a,st month it may to be a popular praetiee re,ativety short time. I CARD OF THANKIS We wish to eend our ,. cere thanks and appreeia_u to our many friends who so kind to u's during ou,r ent bereavement and al the beautiful floral of.aril Ted Ham mad Family Lle,yd Ham d 65 "And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, into Judea, unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem." St. Luke Chap. 2 Mosman's We hope this holiday will bring you and your family the best O. B.'S ELECTRIC Mr. & Mrs. O. B. Nelmeyer Accept our wishes for an old fashioned Christmas, filled with joy and good cheer. YOUR CITY LIGHT DEPARTMENT