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Spangle News By Joanne Green kUSENS RETURN bM CALIFORNIA r. and Mrs. Hans Clausen rned last week after spend- a week with their daugh- and family in San Jose, f. While there they visited General Motors plant t;hey ssemble cars and pickups and panel wag- al&apos;so toured the IBM t. Chusens traveled to Francisco and enjoyed Town enid riding the Amber News o lgan and Mrs. Ted am. Ha,w- lever, the Ham family ws un- [able to attend due to sickness. Mrs. N. A. Cordill I Mr. and Mrs. William Good- MIKE McCULLEY l win, Dave and Annie we,re Sun- ARRIVES IN WORLD ]day dinner guests of the John Mr. and Mrs. Dale McCultey !H. Harris family. I are the proud parents o,f a son Regis ObviEn o Portland [ born Jan. 27 at the De,aconess was a Monday visitor of Mr. [ hospital. Weigng 6 pounds and Mrs. Harry Oese and o,f 12 ounces, he las beea named the Larry Oescr family. Michael Robert and joins a sis- ter Tami and two brothers Ste- yen :and Shawn at the home. Mrs. McCulley and Michael re- turned Saturday evening from the hospital. Mr. McCultey teaches at Amber. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Charlton and family of C he,ney were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ttarold tIartley and family. Mrs. Ronald McKinley, Mike and Brenda and Mrs. Peter O'Laughlin and Shelly were New York city ,on Feb. 4. She intends to visit in New York city for a couple of d, ays be- fore leaving for home by plane. Miss Franc Mason was a Man- day afternoon caller of Mrs. Ivan Calvert. Mrs. Robert Lee and Jody of Portland was a house guest for several days of her twin sitEr, Mrs. James J. Miller and family. Miss Franc Mason was a luncheon gue,st of her sister Mrs. E. H. Breeden in Spokane Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Best nd Lmily have received word h:at cars. e of the highghts of the visiting "The Winches- Mystery ttose" located San .lose. It is the world's oldest building. The of the famed Winches- manufacturer's son this house after the death husband and infant - Frlday guests of their parents, had brother and wife Mr. and 98 TRAP SCORE . and Mrs. Harry Pierc and I Mrs. Aan Edmiston hFave rec- tIigh shooters for the Am- fanlY /n St a Jnho,st dinner a" l ently adopted a baby girl ber Sprague gun club Sund,av th J y g - : t ]whom they have n,a;med'Nancy. included Nelson Cordil,1 an(1 E home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud [ The Edmislons live in Seattle Gon!e Kaplin, both with 25's lar aria sans a weEK ago land have two other adopted and Ralph Doerschl, ag and Jer:l tlarri 7we(vIMr.r- adiMrs.flhn ]children, Randy and Janet. ry Lynch with 24's. The third lit ,.  . a rs..lvm --- week of the shoot finds the},'sKs, ene and Claudm of SCHOOL MENU FEB. 8-12 team in fifth pl'ace in the trap- | bneney, rnE group ceteoraea Monday -- Creamed patat,oes shoot, line January irtnaays of John and weiners, green beas, A seeress adivsed and Bud ttarris and AI and long as she kept a build- YOUNG GALS CLUB I GE, r;E Ha sk!ns: , .. , iect going, she would wlJtu ^n uyrna metz ana Marsna ............. "'"" I Mean Sle spent millions . , s were weekend guests of sYndgnGesalSa?raitdgt club2m  Mr. and Mrs. Gilmo,re Rietz over a period of 36 la e :. The house has 160 .... " - ,. , . and family. s, 40 stairways, some go-ierrSe onlyrVel'nY[edlzes. i Sunday dinner guests of Mrs - ; : , . " Jesie Marsh were Mr and Mrs e, trap doors, secret I [rre.a e ycn ilHoward Marh Mr. and Mrs: blind chimneys, etc., I.'ar.lhD c ope.ning on/o bl,ank / meet next wiCh Mrs Kent Sooy i vmlwn 5larsh and Nick, Mrs. 'liven calvert and Mrs. Keith BABY SHO I Cummings m:d Patty Ann of END CAREERS I FOR MRS. GROGAN [Cheney. ' P OFFICERS The county nurse will be at Mrs. Robert Groga,n was th( period of service guest of honor at a surp,rise an ed Jan. 12 when, Suksdorf, treasurer, G. (Lawrence) Mason, :of the Spangle townslip, nat to be considered for thus ending 43 of continuous service by tw deoted public ser- a coenmun- yU." Suksdorf began s ser- 1922 and besides being towrship bord all tlese has a,lso srved on he board, gne through f Ihe IOOF, held in the Spang, le Grange ye,aa, s and was th of the Spargle bn,d. now retired ,and lives wife Alma .in Spokane. celebrated their golden last year. served continu- as clerk since he wa., lected in 1922 and h,as as clerk of the board and secretary of every arn,izatin area, including the Plaza Spangle Grange all the offices of the is rmw retired and tires- home built about five ago north of Spangle. EF JONES HAS BIRTHDAY daughter, Mildred, birthday dinner for ther, Detlief Jones, 'her Louis ,and Donald, Mr. H'ans Causon and and Gordon Sires liast After dirmer they en- cards. NEWS parliamen,a,ry pro,cod- from Liberty high 10th in their first at- at Colfax hst week. Jeff participated i,n the contest did very well. participate in a can- Roslia this week Valire Wolf, student at high, appeared on recently. Although win she was asked rn sometime in the fu- berty Be,ls were one many grouls who up-i on the "arch of Dimes i on Sunday NEWS Phil Wichman h, as had t ad is recover- ,at hvrne. is confined in suffering ulcer. baby shower Saturday given by Mrs. ,Iohn Babb and Mrs Lte Bruce ,at the Babb home. Twenty guests presented Mrs Grogan with a lovely assort- ment of things for her twin babies. The twins are do,ng fine but will remain at the Hly Pamily hospital for a few weeks yet. gon, ald now weighs 4 pounds, 3 ounces antd Renea, 3 pounds, 14 oz. BOYS TEAM WINS The boys basketball team of the Amber sChool defeted the Betz team in Cheney last Fri- day 39-17. The girls team aN played with Amber, winning 'again 9-8. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Miller returned recently from a vaca- tion trip to Fresno, Calif.. where they also visited Arne Beisby. Their son R,o,nnie vis- ited his grandparents Mr. and! Mrs. Glenn Miller arid the at,her boys visited with the Clinton Miller family while their paT- ents were gone. Sunday 4inner guests of Mr. anfd Mrs. Charles Proctor were Mr. and Mrs. George Lenz of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- eft Grogan and Richard. The occasion celebrated the birth- days of Mrs. Lenz, Mrs. Gro- ter ,a two and one half week visit with her parents and sis- ters and brothers. She return- ed to Hawaii where she and her husband have lived sce their marriage two years ago. The Getz family lived in the Span- gle area for many years and their three oldest children graduated from Spangle high school. Directory i FLOOR SANDING Floor sanding and finish- ing, 30 years experience. Andy Anderson, E. 1409 Central, Spolane, HUdson 7-0171. Clip out for future refer- enee. A.7-O.30 J City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS [ the Amber school on Feb. 15 at 1 o'cl, ock. Mrs. Don Lambert and Jill visited with Mrs. Rose Hallett in Oolfax Sunday. Mrs. Edwin Dummeie,r is ex- pected to arrive by boat in bre*ad and butter, peaches, and milk. Tuesday  Vegetable and meat stew, jello salad, hot rolls and butter, a?plE crisp, milk. Wednesday  Chicken and noodles, peas, carrots, pump- kin pudding, miIk, bread and butter. Thurschy  Ohiliburgers, pineapple with c otage cheese, beets, ice cream, milk. Friday  Tomato soup, toasted cheese sandwich,es, lettuce and tuna salad, cookies, apple sauce, milk. SIGN OF SPRING? Good news, eve r?cbdy! Glenn Best reports fn.ding a [yler News By Wanda Stengle Bob Shea spent hst Thurs- day ,and Friday in Seattle at- tending the postmasters mid- winer conference. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea last Monday eveming drove to Spo- k,a, ne to attend the Tri-County meeting of pos, tmasters held at the Coeur d'Alene hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peter- son last Wednesday nigh, t at- tended the Sweetheart banquet of the Community church of Sprague. The occasion al served as a farewell dinner for their pastor, Roy. Richard Steward ,and funnily. Roy. George Nickells, Mrs. Carol Betz, Mrs. Bertha Ed- wards, Mrs. Ira Shea, Mrs. Sharon Shea, and Mrs:. George Nickelts drove to Wala Wal,la to attend the funeral services held for Rev. Merle A. Bozarth former Cheney N, azarene pas- tor, Monday afternoon. Rev. Bozarth bad been pato,ring at Newport until he was hspital- ized. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Brown !were overnighit guests of Mr. I and Mrs. Fayrse Mernck l'ast Sunday. Tbe dinner celebrated Mr. Merrick's bivthd,ay. Mr..and Mrs. 2ack Brown enjoyed a birthday party or Mr. Lee Abl,emgr held Friday evening in Cleney at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D<m Ray. One beautiful, large pa, nsy bloFom- ing in his yard last SaCurday. He s sure that "spring has sprung," and the rest of us certainly hope he is right! Friday, Febru,ary 5, 1965 of he highlights of the eve- ning was the birthday cake baked by Mrs. Germ McMillan, decorated wih the theme of his upholstering business, a tiny devon, o, with two tittle men busily working. Mrs. Jack Brown and son, ,,, , . Mrs. Sharon Shea called on Mss Peggy Sims ,of Cheney last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bank and edren of Cheney and Everette Ritter a'nd children of Spokane were Saturday night dinner guest,s of he LeRoy Jackson family. Recent visitor at the h<me of Mr. and Mrs. Doad Davis was hi sister Mrs. Mildred Cassidy of Spokae. Mr. and Mrs. I)onld Davis were Saturday evenin, g guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Stengle a, nd family. Mrs. Margie Ritter and her daughter Terry hod lunch and spent Thursday aKenoon with her mother Mrs. Polly Ableman. Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Otto and children from Post Falls were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keith. Martin Birzer of W enatchee also was a Sunday afternoon guest at the Bi Keiths. Mrs. Birzer and in,fant son returned with him after visiting wit, h her grandmother this past week. Bill Keith has been off work with the fl, u several days. Johnny Stengle was the: overrfight guest of Gary Able- man of Cheney Friday night. Ceney Free Press Page 3 Gary was an overnight guest of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ablemam Saturday. Sunday afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ableman and son Steve. The cMldren spent the afternoon sliding on old innertubes. Mr. 'and Mrs. oJlm Ham will be serving the refreshments at Tuesday eveaing a, nge meet- 'ing. Mrs. Gracie Michaeson spent last week visiting at the ,home of Mr. md Mrs. Clarence Brown ,of Cherey. Mrs. Nancy cGovan and chitdren and John Sob,ell were Sunchy visitors at the hme of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schell. Mr. ,and Mrs. Etmer Harris and daughter Derma, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ham and (laugh. ters Sue ,and Eay were Sun- day dinner guests of Mrs. Katherine Holl:o,,ay and family of Espanola. Russ HMloway from Seattle was home on eekend leave from the Sand Point naval sta- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Broyles from Edwall were Sunday vis- itors :at the John aurer hone. Mrs. Velma Davis was a re- cen visitor at the rest home in the yalley, where Mrs. Lola required stitches last week. He w'as severM window panes slipped and cut ,his Mrs. tormie Green vsited at the Ctor- h'ome Sunday eve- has returned He and his boss trip rom Massey For- They worst on sight- every day wih and salesmen over the country. H, gll spent the with Mr. and Mrs. f Spokane. Pittrnan and Mr. Harem Girsberger en- hotcake suer and ,at the Odd FeKows Spokane hst week. by the Theta Rho Mrs. Austin Brewer and Mrs. Ve,rl Helmer gle nld Carry Helmet were Sunday din- sis 'at the Jack Pdgsby was in elebration of birthday. |rid Mrs. Henry. Getz of spent Saturday at the [Girsberger hon]e They t. their youn,gest da'ugl- ice Getz Hoyden on a ly in the m>rning af- ;1 LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 O. B. 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Sta- tion to sation for three minutes, plus box. *Except Alaska and Hawaii Station to Station-Saturday & Evening Rale All Day Saturday (Up to 8 pm) Oall anywhere in the U. S.* for $1.50 maximum. Sta- tion to station, for three minutes, plus tax. *Except Alaska and Hawaii Mon. thru Fri. (6 to 8pm) Oall anywhere in the U. S.* for .$1.50 maximum. Sta- tion o sation for three minutes, plus tax. *Except Alaska and Hawaii HERE ARE SOME TYPICAL EXAMPLES: Calls From Cheney To: Anytime Sunday Day rate and after 8 pm Week deys to 4:30 em 6 pm to 8 pm every night Sat. to 8 pm Week days 6 pm to 8 pm Seatt!e ........ $ .95 $ .65 $ .80 Portland ..... 95 .60 .70 Los Angeles 1.55 .75 1.05 Reno .......... 1.35 .65 .95 New York ._ 2.10 1.00 1.40 Three minute Station-to-Station 10% Federal Excise Tax. rates. Add CHENEY TELEPHONE COMPANY