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January 10, 1964

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GEMMILL '00'-0000o.o00'00Windsor News Spangle News Zo the .By Mrs. James Widner r the OONGE. HOLDS the Esz-- ece. -T VISITATION n that the k ....... ted AdminlJ *' iUt3 t)oumy omona this ge held its fivslt vi, sLtion ms again? m Oq: ruesflay a t ia to. " the Greenbluff grange [ with n, Thcre ' ,dd  will be two mas- . Whi arid wives meeirgs The mill tho a e "  t 702 ] ne s scheduled for Jan. h icte 7:30 p. m. in the Plaza th o, [ge hall and the second Whhi,l 1 at 1 p. m. aJt he Peone m b'}g e all. The fifth degree ae grange will be exempli- ublicatini at th  Jav.  le Spokane County ninistratriOna grange meeting Jan. fat the Valley Prairie ttoy ge hall startirg t 10:30 )okane, W# :0__-24) , PERSONAL MENTIONS ORNELI spok..TH GROUP MEETS Mr. ,and Mrs. Gorcon Crab- ante tree emetained New Year's  L HJl]  dser grarge has among party in their bome. CREDITOIoU , Eve at 6266 y grotp a member,, Those present Mr. and I By Luella Dow ourt of tin Oon - " ' u of tmno xor t ' , WhO received a12, Mrs. Bob Neace, Mr. and Mrs. J PERSnAL u- ...... n i:r  degrees .of the grange Ron Green, Mr. and Mrs. Jer-[ ,. "'L /,,/,a _----_FOt):---e year, 1963. This is very rv ..,h.mM, M ..... a u, ',,4! urs. taroi w a,n:o son ;::h'dt U but since the N,aianal Tuttle;"lr"an'cl" l. G'$gn" ] Stuart were weekend guests inted dte met in  ' .... at he home of Mr and Mrs i.nted, ' rorGarM, Ore, 4erson, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud  ....... . ,, %..n,_OV - . L?g_a] ember many Slh de- Sdevers A btffet tv,e sumner/:ec't Armers.on. Mr. ana vn's as against members ,,,--,+ +, ,-, " " r r Murph Weidrich a,Rd Mr. and o serve cls  VY::ZIiU UJ I O' L" ry ou or the seventh. K,aen uoane of those vlo wen to ey of o' ind. en Bldg., L_ _._.____.__ h claim wn- ..---- e office ofl, I Mi=ETING PLANNED )art at th ' .... m0or grange wll hold ation of ry metig of the year ever barr 15 with -, - " ..... t, master Dale By Virginia M. Strock 75 ATTEND SPANGLE CHURCH POTLUCK SUPPER The potluck supper held at the Spangle C,o,mmun'it church drew a crowd of nearly 75 last Sunday evening. Fol- lowing the dinner everyone en- joyed slides shown by Lloyd Lambert, veh were of spec- ial interest since hey were of nearby farms, snowy scenes and some fishing excursions o In- land Dmpire areas. The next )otluek will be held te eve- ning of Jan. 26, with Mr. and Mrs. Julian Murphy showing their pictures. was enjoyed. ,'e O %Atto _ r 1964 and wil poKane, Charge of t h *'-,- 10-24) 1"* P " Fu aaa :- wnen he grange vi- are Ba/__ will be hed in the East grange hail wih East ey trust, Four Corners ,re flar work and Wind-  rgram. :ER INSTALLATION mk Sterritt, gte keeper grange, el while || .X| "- mrSt Thursday and three days 'in the h, ospi- [e will be eon'valesng at __--$ for severa days before p{ to work set grange "will irs,tall - san. 10 durirg the r meeting. grange had seven of cards in play last evening. Among hose .'mg were Irma Stragier, l,e Larsen, tlln Ster- m'. ad Mrs. Case Rs- et grange ,held a work !ast Sunday t the hall. AYS .en 'laid  new loor in Xc tvhen, in,stled a new rarge and fin,i,sed lmw foor in the dining ,raldeL "----- ". ,..ItONAL MENTIONS 17 I ITI'II, Betha '" : Baey of Ed- DTS 0f, Can,ada, is sperding ,* Weeks with .her sis- :rs. Daisy Hicks. Mr. rM Cal,lie Hicks of Grand- ,ur arW, h-, spent las week- . .tr]rhg Mr. icks' moh- )eo itcs, tailey, and aunt, Mrs - t , H:icks. )O[ pls New They we,re dinner Year's day of a ye, Jim O'Toole. ren and Jimmy Olon -  to school Monuay WO spindling several weeks With he measles. Wll be gd to heal .. tha the opeatio,n an Mrs Linkho,us (Eulin( _,3pson) eyes was a success or WVh e i,s ble to go back to mg shool. t. Linkhous ad Mrs. uas  have. moved to /eryo , W. Va., where Rev. -s is pastor o.f the First U an church. . Mrs. R;oger Hansen -ano .rlY and Mr. and Mrs. L_. j:, Stensen sent Christ- e nourisher hme f Mr. and ,1, ' e,dline and fam- aema. Mrs. Rediine is yhter of he Christensens. gazln00ea]0000d Mrs. Leo Christen- " Went to Be,llevue to e son, Jim Chris,tensen, amily before returning arm Mrs. Don Chrisen- O  J rme,r Ha ford -  . Y residents, -- $1,,-urprised Dee 22 when a H o Lr  Presented "them with "oreVaiie ' boy was n azned weeka'ue_girl Kathy. The "T.". g;randparens ate Mr. lift,s.. Chris00ensen. , viaYfield spext New [ ,up .lzsi. e in Spokane viing To ,  curing he ' ed t "a 'Ne Year's r for Mr. Dawe's par- ,/ ,V _.. and Mrs Fred Dawe -,- ..Tg Lsen and son of ,1 Wlta Called .on Mrs. Nima t Saturday. ! t}a'rara Davis's two are itl a,t home wi,th - ease of the flu. it ge a : ' ttl Mrs Jhn Stark ESS! ed at'dir,er New eDaY for relatives zrom ; D L .on Hem srrom family aiOMng in California. ieir way 'hme hey wll P a new horse trailer tactory near Los An- yOtyeka, who farmed e Wirdsr grange hall load fr 30 years, way Suddenly wle Mr. anld Mrs. Ro Green had .as dinner guests on New Year's Day, heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordo,n Green, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strock. Mr. ad Mrs. Jim Foster and twins were al'so ,gueSs or he occas- ion, which also served to cele- brate Mrs. Strock's 1Mvthday a week early. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davitt and family returned Iast week from a trip to Michigan where they took de,livery of a new car n,d drove t home. Bill Rasmussen, son of Mr. ,nd Mrs. Hovard Rasmussen, is doing a stre*eh of sece at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. He is in the resewes. Mr. arid Mrs. Francs Spli- chal and children are home ,af'ter a 'two week trip to Cal- ifornia, where they visited with Mrs. Spiichal's parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. W. Looper, Wal- nut Creek. Mrs. Margie Ml,ler fell on the ice ast week while carry- ing one of the twins. She suf- fered a fTacture of e ankle in the ,fall a,ad is weaig a ,cast. Mrs. Gordon Cabtree 'also ook a simihr fall, While carrying her smal daughter. No ban,es were broken, but the injury was paifu]. I l I i SPANGLE BRIEFS Harry Konshuk is a patient .at Deaconess hosptal where be is undergoing tests o deter- mine .he nature of his iHneiss. He has been urMer doctor's care for some time, btt fur- ther tests were necessary to aid in trea,ting the trouble. Mrs. Veryl Mangis returned home from Deaconess a, ffe spending several days under- go.rag examination and rests for a leg all,neat. Dr. rd Mrs. Ray Turner ,and children were New Year's guesbs ,of he Art Byers. They al'so celebrated Mr. Byers' ,bivt'hday and a.ll took in the Ice Capades show 'on Wednes- day. The Masonic Lodge held its instal,lation Satrd'ay evening. Paul Potter was in,stalled as wo'hy master ar, d Buddy Tucker as associate master. Detief J.o,ns was hon.ared at a birthday p'ry Saturday afterrmon t the. Odde,llow lodge hall, the year being his 86th. About 50 friends and rel- atives enjoyed an afternoon of cards, followed by a buf- fet supper. A smoker's clinic, followed by a class on weight reduction, given by the Fairfield 6pcors, will be held at Liberty High in the very near future. The casses will be on five succes- sive nights and groups of 15 will be :required to make the class proliable. Mrs. C],arence Moraseh or Mrs. Viola Blauert will apprecia,te acknowledge- me.nt of your interest so an estimate of possible partici- pantts may be made. These clas'ses were held at,t Lib- .erty earlier, and many testify to thedr success. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Green and Bormie and Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helmer ttended a fam- ily dinner at the home, o Mr. ,and Mrs. Jack Rgsby  Sun- day. Bonnie Green spent the day with the StTocks, sirme she was ,a victim of he flu bug. Mr. Bob Hall, Great FaLls, Mnt., arrived Tursday eve- nirg to spend several days, part of rthe time conducting business ,a the Pitney Bowes eamp awny, by which firm he is employed, and a sml pot, Lion of his time wit'h his mother, I I in his barn ,by his wife, Verna. Fun,erM services were ,held lst Friday ,an burial was a the Fairmnt Cemetezy. He is survived by his wife, Vevna, at the home; two brothers and two sisters of Odessa. Attending the :hockey ame n Spokane hs Saturday eve- ning were Mrs. Mabel Wayne and grardson Mike; Mrs. Max- ine Olson, Mic'helle, Karen and Jimmy. Mrs. Louise Lemonair and Walter Crowe of Sprague were visiting in Cheney last S a.turday. !Mrs. Bertha Hall, and ,the rest of the family. H,e returned hme on Sunday, making the trip by air. Mr. Huseby underwen sur- gery at a Spokane hospital to- day, Manday, Jan. 6. No re- port has been received as to his cordition at this time. He is mechanic for Liberty school district. During ,his absence, a mechanic from Fairfield will :take over his dudes. Primrose Rebekah Lodge N,o. 94 will hold a joint instal- lation with Trillium Idge, Wavevly, in be Spargle lodge hall on Jan. 22. This is an open installation, which was  have been he}d Jan. 8, but was post- poned due to coflicting dates of the installing team. Mrs. K. B. Harkess of Will- iams Lake were Sunday visit- ors t the Anderson lmme. M'. arid Mrs. Ray Montague, Mrs. Francis LurM and Mrs. Anna N,oley we,re New Year's Day d,inner gues of the Weidrich family. Mr. and Mrs. Rbert Anderson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Darre Black and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roger's New Year's Eve. Friday visitors a't the Cecil Andersen lome were Mrs. Marion Patters and Mrs. Jim Lucas. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers ,also ealed on Fri- day. Dennis Pool of Lamon was a visitor at the John Showal- ter home Wednesday. David Butler left Sunday evening to resume classes at WSU. Mr. ad Mrs. Dean Serg- gie and Dena visited Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Scroggie Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mowatt ai Kimberly were New Year's dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oto Sc1miCt. Den- s Pool visited e Sehm family Sunday evening. Mr. rd Mrs. Jake Strietf visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sun- derhnd Tuesday afternoon. Trhey al'so visited their grand- da, uglter, Tins Srieff, who is recovering from a serious fla. ae'ss. The lttle .gixl is re.ceiv. ing insuctins, from hey teacher at .home. I LANCE HILL BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Daryl anz were New Year's supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hen Franz. Mr. and Mrs. Heiry Franz were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lo,nie Franz i Tharsday. Friday afternoon It:he Franzes visited Mrs. Glad- ys Palmer and Andy Pence. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Louthan visited Mr. and Mrs. HemT Franz. Satur- i day visibers at the Franz home were lay arid Patrice i P.endell of Hayfoxt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franz were dinner guests Sunday ,of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Franz. Mrs. Joe Sh, oaiter and Mrs. Lucille Schliver ca,ed briefly at the Wail'ace Dow home Wednesday. Mrs. Edward J. Betz and son DMe visited Mrs. Wallace Dew ad Teresa Thursday M, terrmon. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Do,w arid Teresa visited Mr. arid Mrs. Edwin Dow, Ronrie, Jane and Diane Sa,turday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albey Dow, Ross ad Mar- vin of Hay:den Lake, Idaho, were dinner guests Su, nday of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dow. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goodwin, Dave and Annie called on the Walace Dow family Sunday a fterrmon. The Albey Dows also viste,d Mr. and Mrs. Al- vin Dow and family Sunday afternoon. Marshall News * By Mrs. Lorraine Gonia RI 7-9005 COMMUNITY CHURCH TO HOLD ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING The .annual buine;ss meet- ing and electien of efficers of the Marshall Community Church will be ,held Friday (to- niglt) at 7:30 p. m. A potluck dinner will precede the mee't- irg at 6:30 p. m. SWIMMING PARTY HELD The young people of the Msha C'ommunty church had ,a swimming party last Friday at the Fairchild swim- ruing pool. There were abo,u.t 35 young people and cih;aper- ones. BABY BOY FOR POOLES Sgt. and ,Mrs. Jhn Pooe of Marshall became the par. ents of a baby boy, bon Sun- day night. His name is Mieh- al. He wei'hed 7 punds 71/2 ounces. PERSONAL MENTIONS Fran Lindberg returned from Minnesota this week week where she was visiting relatives over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gonia vis- ited with Mrs. Donna Linnen- ger, who is in Deaconess bus- pita.1. Mrs. Linnirger is Ed Gonia's sister. Her two daugh- ters, Debhie and Denise, ,have been staying with the Eft G ori,a family while their mother is in the h,olaital. Mr. and Mrs. John Mardar- in, o and .family were gues{s ef !! Mr. and Mrs. Jhn Poole and family. Nancy Smith and Judy Gray returned Sa.turday after- no.n to Se:attle where they are attending Seattle Pacific Col- lege. Mrs. Miria, m Bramble is in !St. Luke's .hspital. New Year's Day found Mr. ,and Mrs. Albe:rt Peters enter- taining Mr. and Mrs. Water Peters and family of Moses I Lake. Ruby Peters was a,lso home New Year's Day. Dick Lovell was .home for the holidays. He returned this week to Seattle wlhere 'he is s:tattoned }r the Coast Gu,ard. Fran Movatn (ff Mead wa,s a guest of S,h.erill bovell. Mr. and Mrs. John Trmino and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chase and family. lReet|mo rolblem Friday, January 10, 1964 Chen, ey Free Pss Page 3 HIS OWN DESIGN--Charles Booth, EWSC faculty member, has taken occupancy of this house on Betz Road, east of Spokane High- way 10, which he planned himself. The struc- ture is a dual level dwelling and occupies 1,400 square feet on both floors. It is modi. fled Georgian Colonial. The house contains two baths, one upstairs and one downstairs; two bedrooms, a study, kitchen, living room, dining room, all upstairs; four bedrooms, laundry room, workshop, television room and playroom, all downstairs. It has a total of 12 rooms and two baths. In addition, Booth says, it also holds six children, three dogs and two cats. 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