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Friday, Febrtmry 19, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page $ m Tyler Hews By Wanda StengJe H. Ableman ed Feb. 15; Held Thursday By Wanda Stengle H. Able,m . passed Feb. 15, 1965 at his ,home Born  i Madison, , May 7, 1881, he came C his parents to Washington 390 'and lived in the Edwall- tkon district. married Myrtle A. Jeff- March 5, 1919. They :ed near Wauko until De- 1943, when ill 'health him to retire. Mr. Able- and his wife Myrtle then .d to Tyler where he re- Led tmtll .his death. his wife, Myrtle, he three brothers, Lewis Orchards and Lloyd of Tyler, and many and nephews. services were held from Funeral Home in Feb. 18 at 2 p. m. Rev. Grover Moore of officiated and burial Spokane Memorial Gar- Pall bearers were Tony, and Albert Trodel, Tony l, Carl Johnston and Eric Grace Miehaelson has Cheney to be with Mrs. am for a week or so. and Mrs. J. P. Brown Grace Miehaelson to Ritzville last Tues- ) see Mrs. lmma Brown. found her much ira- and makin, g pl.ans to re- in the spring. Ira Jackson spent last visiting with her dough- Dorothy Abbot of Spo- 'and Mrs. Dee Ablernan were Sunny af- visitors of Mr. and Ableman. Abl'eman spent last ,at the veterans ,hoe- Spokane for a check- PoUy Ableman is spend- !ew days visiting with Mrs. EmAly Cable 'and Mrs. Kate Den- Omak. nd Mrs. Gee Jckson dinner guests of Roy Jackson family. Mrs. Oscar Reitrnei- Eapanola and Mr. and Fhiele and son Doug were Sunday din- of Mr. ad Mrs. Heyer arid doubter ,and Rieky Corapton of weekend guests of ]d Mrs. :Donald Davis and lrles. Mick Swanson of --e was a Sub, day evening ]b Shea erjVed a mor. in Spokane for a Val- ]day dinTLer Sulay. | Maurer played on the ]town team last Sunday ]g agaJaast Medical Lake. i |Thursday Sb.ar(m ttar- 1 ,her mother called on earme Harris. Connie ;huron Harr visited )irectory Dry Cleaners ING PRESSING ALTERATIONS SERVICE IRST 235-4732 . B. Electric )NALIZED SERVICE Wiring Heat, Motors, Pumps CH. 4-2705 ECTRIC SERVICE t AT ITS BEST bone 2354410 'GETT BROS. r |EY ELECTRIC SHOP te Wiring & Repair ctri Contracting ree Estimates.  Job Too Small. .. Lewis 235-6528 ,plete Repair and !umbing Service ensed & Bonded Marvin Becker St. 235-6528 their grandmother again on Fiday with CormJe as an over- night guest, while Sharon spent e evening as overnight uest at the home of Mrs. Bob Sehrnitt .'of Cheney, visiting her friend Miss Joyce Schmitt. The girls returned to Spok,ane Vzl- ley Saturday. Mrs. Anita Maurer waat to Daverport last Tuesday to visit her son Donald and faraily. Recently Mrs. Clarence Kartchner served with the lad- ies of the LDS ReUe,f Society a student dinner at EWSC. Sattwday afternoon Mrs. Kartclmer, with three mem- bers, attended a leadership meetirg of her church ,at the stake house in Spokane. Last Thursday night Mrs. Kartehner attended a work' meetirg for their group ,at the i hme of Mrs. Noreen Cox of l Cheney. Mrs. Sharon Shea called on Mrs. Betty Merriman arid Mrs. Dorothy Wagoner .of heney last Saturday. Mr..and Mrs Don Shea called an. Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Gustafson ,and children of Spo- kane 1,ast Friday evening. ers eub [1 day Tuesday, Feb. 19, .at her ,home with rtearly the whole membe%ip attend- in, g for ,a potluck noon lunch- con. The Vdettin, e decorations were enjoyed by all. Mrs. Vera Barnes joined the group. They pat to meet again on Tuesday, Feb. 23, and make final plans to help serve the salad at the county council in 8pokaaae. Each member brought a bridal gift for Kathy Bluert G,illis whose mother has been presi- dent of the Homemakers. PLANS COMPLETED FOR CARD PARTY Final plarts have been com. pleted for the Rebekah card party to be held Feb. 25 in the Carration room. A hmc,h- con will begin at 12:30 p. m. SERVICE CLUB ENTERTAINS WIVES On Saturday evening the Spangle Service club eneertain- ed their wives at a dinner and dance Farty. The c hickma and ham dinner was served b the Spangle cafe. They were a}so recen visitors :CARD PAR'rv at the home of another uncle,, aT aRT H: .... ild ............... _ndrew Gustazson ana cn - .. - "= ...... ,  vrs rmoy hart a a mncn- ren, of SpoKane -on ad c-d " " " - "  e. , a'r party las week A recent vzstor from Che-lTh ..... " .... , - -. - ose attenumg included Zen- ney ,a tne rrome o vir. ,ano . . .; ...... [na Do,forth Nettm Ifll, Ne1- vrs uon n:e,a was vnss reggyli e .......... S -,o She was a Sunda,, din i nenge'n, rrma nanxon, rau - ......... . .. _ u, a . -,line Rohwer Martha NeKsen, ner guest m vir ana virs ira El -  ...... :: ...... " " , fter va Jo, ,es, Dertaa trunewam, nea ano vzs;tea unoay a ' " Lizzie Grunewald and Cecelia mon at Don and Sharn's. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stegle and Burns. Prize winners were Pau- children had lunch at the Don- ald I)avis residence Sun,day. Mr. and Mrs. Etmer Harris anld Mr. and Mrs. Luther Har- ris .of Lamort drove to Med- ford, Ore to .attend the funer- al services held last Tuesday afternoon for their brother Lester Harris, former resident of Tyler. He had been larinci- pal of the Medord selaol for the tast 20 years. Mr. ,and Mrs. J. P. Brown called on Leslie Brown this past week at the Cherey rmm- ing home where ,he seemed to be improving each day. Spangle News By Jeanne Green WEST LIBERTY WINS TOURNEY West Liberty grade school wn first place and took home the traverg trophy at he Marc of D'maes tournament he at the East Liberty gym last week. The team, coasist- irg of John Schieehe, Dormie Hodson, Dick tasmussen, Jack 1VlcKiay, Joe Sievers, Dan Riekly, aml Gary aad Brry Zebra, first beat Vall'eord, then last Liberty, 'and in the last game defeated Tekoa. Other teams partpatirg were oclord .and Phammer. The team is coactmd by Mr. Lul>in- acci. POTTERS HAVE 7 POUND BOY Mr. ,and Mrs. Ted ltter are the parents of a 7 11). baby boy bur Feb. 10. Little Jonathan Dalaie,1 joins .his b siter Jennie. Potter now teadaes at Sprirgd, ale. Both Mr. and Mrs. Peter are grachxates f Spangle high school .and WSU. WEEK OF COMPASSION DINNER IS PLANNED The Week of Comlxsion dinner will ,be held at the 89az- gle Chriian ceaurch Feb. 21 at 6:30 p. m. The me will be soup nd crackers, applesauce ad plain jela. FANNY JENNINGS BACK HOME AGAIN Mrs. Fanny Jenings is ,home from Deavoness ,hospital. She had undergone sua-gery on .her leg. She very much appreciat- ed ,all the good wishes .she re- ceived. TURNERS VISIT BYERS Mr. and Mrs. R Ttmaex and family of Lewiston visited with Mr. nd Mrs. Art Byers bast week. They also visited at the John Campbe lman. BLUE BIRD GIRLS VISIT BRIDLEWOOD The Blue Bixd .girlS visited the Brkllewood sanitarium last Saturday. The girls  made faors for eala of the 24 pa- i,ents arid also sang sorg for them. The group inelnded Rene Craibtree, Peny aud Terry Baird, Lou Arm mstort, Kathy Kaplan, anet Schieehe, Jill g, aeaTy Byers al Melin- da DeGon. Mrs. Gordma Crab- !tree nd Mrs. Jack DeC, on took the girls wiEa Miss Judy Corn- mosser assis.g them. LAST RITES HELD FOR ERNEST SIEVERS real services were held at he Rsalia Methodist ctmrdh Feb. 16 ov Mr. Ernest Sievers. He hd been a resi- dent of Spangle ,1 las e. He . survived by three sisters, one being Mrs. E. J. Knuth of Spogle, and five brothers. Interment vs in the Spangle cemetery. HOMEMAKERS GUEST ] OF MRS. HUTCHISON Mrs. George HutChison enter- tairmd the Spangle Homemak-i line Rahwer, high; Bertha Grunewald, second; Lizzie runewald, third, and Nellie Hengen, low. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster ,and family of Spokane and Mr. atd Mrs. Ed Strock were Saturday dinner guests at the Ron Green home. Mr. md Mrs. Stea-ling Frich- man .of Spokane al Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tutlte were di'rmer guests ,at the Gordon Crabtree home last Friday eveng. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Scott and Mr. ,and Mrs. Art Byers were ,supper guests at the Horace Cupp :home at Fafie last week M. and Mrs. Claude Schie- che were Tharsd,ay evening din- ner ,guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sack Wigartd, Greg aacl Gloria af Opportunity. Later hey all atterded the wrestlhg rrmtch- es t University '.high ,scaho where Greg s on the team. On Saturday evening the Sehie- thee. Jerry and John Sdaie- cbe attended the matches a Fevr hiffh schoal in wah4da Greg ao competed. Mr. and M. Ernie archev of Sgolcane were Smaday dn- net guests at the Claude Schie- ches. Mr. ,nd Mrs. Earl Wittrmr and Samily and Mr. and Mrs. i Ronnie art arid family were i dinner guests at ht.e HuKh Hart home Saturday evening. The dinner was in celebration o Httgh and Rorme ,Hart's birth- days. They also lind a Valen- fine .party for the chLhiren. Mrs. Zermia D,an,forth arm Mr. ,and Mrs. Gordon Young and Y.nt spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Fret- heim t Kellogg aml Mr. Yoang boed in a tournament. Mr. aad Mrs. $aek Rigsby arid datghter Mrs. Eel Whee- ler, Spokane, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bbb and I.Lr, da, Plaza, were Sunlasr guests at the Verl Hemmer frame. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Cteen md family were Stmday dima. er guests at the Ed Strock home. Mrs. Don Bigger and her sis- ter are visiting in Sparks, Nev., stayirrg with Mr. and Mrs. Dav- id Bigger az two mnEas old daughter, Manjca. Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill SCHOOL LUNCH MENU FEBRUARY 23-26 Tue,sd,ay, Hot berg sandwich, baked potato, cabbage wedge, purple plums, milk. Wednsd, ay: Fried clficken; mashed potatoes and gravy, hot rails .and butter, fruited jello, milk. Thursday: Swis steak, green be,a, carrot stick's, bread and buter, ice cream, mk. Friday: Chili bea,ns, lettuce sandwiches, chocolate cookies arid :apple sauce, milk. PERFECT SCORE FEBRUARY 23-26 Amber-Sprague gun club scored a perfect 100 Sunday with Mike Mielke, Ivan Calvert, Boots ]artscourt and Kent Sooy all sooting 25's. The club is still in fifth place in the telephonic trap shoot. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Young Gal.s bridge eub met at the home of Mrs. Kent Sooy Wednesday afrnoort with Mrs. Don Lambert s a ffuest. Prizes were on by Mrs. Al- fred Wei, sman, Mrs. Nelson Cordl:l and Ms. Jim Decker. The club will meet with Mrs. Decker .on Feb. 24. Amber Pmbler 4-H dub met at the school house Monday evearmg. Various committee,s were appointed and the stock s;how discussed. The cooking section wiU hold ,a meeting at the home of Mrs. Chi'istine Marsh Feb. 27. Demo,rstrations were given by Ann Cordill on "The Duties of the Vice Pres- ident," and Jill Dahl on wash- Jng dishes. Demonstrations next meeting will be by Gary Sooy, Jo Eden Jordan and Con- ie Best. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grogan were able to bring heir twin :son Ran'old home last Sunday. They are hoping to brirg the cthe:r baby borne sme time this week. R, on, ald now weighs 5 lbs. 4 oz. and Renea 5 lbs. Mrs. Edwin Dummeiner was a Morday d2aner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mcllsoa of Chen,ey. Mr. and Mrs. Wi,'am Good- win, Dave "and Annie were Sun- d, ay dhmer guests f tle John H. Harris family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard J, ordaaa and family were Surd, ay visit- rs of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Jor- dan. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambe and Mr. and .Mrs. Ted Stahlborn attended the silver wedding armiversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Carence Caldwtl of Cfax. Mr and Mrs. Howard Bu,ob attended the funeral of his aunt, largaret Dd!d f Cu- ee City Tuesday. Mr. arid Mrs. Raymond - ale aad daughter of Cheney were Sunday dinner guests o Mr. and Mrs. James J. Miller an, d family. Mr..and Mrs. D,n Dambert ,and family were 4inner guests Sunday of Mr. ,nd Mrs. Jack Hallett and family of Colfax. The dinner was ha hon o their mother, Mrs. Rose Hal- leet's birthday. i Mr. and Mrs. W. F_xlwazxl Betz attendedn, the Lincoha Day din, er at the Darer.pratt Hotel Friday evening. ! Enjoying Sunday dirmer at the home of Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Marsh were Mr. an4 Mrs. Keith Cummings, Mike and Patty of Cheney, Jolm and Howaxd arsh, Jr., of EWSC, Miss Carol Marah ad C Featherstone o WSU, Mrs. $osie Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Oavert and Mr. ,arid Mrs'. Mel- vin. Marsh arid Nick. Mr, aad Mrs. Alfred Weis- man attended a Valentine par- ty for past patros of 1956-57 at the Holiday Inn Sun,My eve- ning. IVies. Richard Jor4an, Jenni- fer and JoEllen were Friday evening guests of Mrs. Marion Rair and ,also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Hardirtg of Nez Perce who were also guests of Mrs. Bair. Carry your dough in the point of your pen. Very sensible practice. With a fountain pen and a SEAFIRST checkbook  you have instant access to your money. You know exactly how much you have in your account, exactly where and when you've spent. 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