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News Mrs. James Widner Pom,ora Grange tour of 1965 was by the Sprin,ghill Feb. 19. Moran put on work ,and Dspanola the program. Missouri state the program was O sang "Happy Birthday" to Mr. Winsor. New members ob2igaCed by the master in the first and sec- ond degree were Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Ladwig and son Doug- las. Pomona master Ray Chri- tensen will have an officers council meeting at Trentwood Grange hall Monday, M?xch 1 at 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Milt Spangle News e very ghd to be back in the United States. By Joanne Green t AID MEETS ALENS LAST RITES HELD I Spangle Ladi.es Aid met at Funeral services were heh [the home ,of Mrs. Arm.e All,en for Walter Marion, 87, on F'i-with Mrs. Lau,va Helmet as co- day, Feb. 19, in the First Unit- ho,sJtess. The next meeting will ed Presbyterian church at be at the home of Mrs. Vivia,n Fairfield. Mr. Marion farrned Murphy of Plaza at 2 p. m. on in the Spangle-Fairfield area March 3. for many yoa,rs and had lived Wyborney gave the history of Mis- portraits of people past history d and a Short of each was read. Da- san,g, "Too OM to PERSONALS a,ccomp,nied Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Williams mother on the guitar. singing was led by Wyberney accom. ,an Espanola Grange Espan,ola Grang- dressed like Missour- the by gone days. arner is mas.er of the Phe program was very. were 193 Grangers and 30 junior mem- Refreshments wege the Springhill Grang- ChrLtersen, Pomona absent due to bus- Dwight Beach intxoduced Mr. and l's daughter Beach also an,nounc- the Grange third arid 5egrees would be ex- in the Central March 6. Johnston, Pomona lec- a reading about and John F. Kennedy assassinated 100 She ,announced the tour will be Feb. 26, at 8 p. m. Grange hall. will be host and the program. Ha- the theme so grass be in style that eve- collection brought in the junior and the Grange tad 13 present, among them Mrs. Phillip Paterson James, Adelaide Lar- Stragier, LeorLa Wid- John Crawford, Mrs. 'and Mrs. Bert Par- Grange nw has inthe fetl.orship tour Grange had 36 pres- 26 and Spring- Grange was repre- otttcers, youth chairman Bob d a meeting in the trge !ha,ll Sun,ray, to and AlfaLfa Grange The Alfalfa degree negle,ed in Spokane ' the last few years. fun degree in the Grange members 17 following a pot- There were 27 Visitors were Mr. and G. Wegen f West Grange, Kenneth Moran Grange and Griffen celebrated thei,: 62st in Fairfield since :retiring wedding anniversary. eb. 18. from his Spangle arm in 1949. They ,re shutin so a paper was IIte was a member of the Tri- signed by .all presem and senti,angle Grange at Fairfield and with a card to them. I the IOO and Rebekahs at /Spangle. He served .on the town /counctt and was treasurer un- !til its dissolutio, in January. 'Ite was ,active in selmol affaii, s nd pre,einet politics. Mr. and Mrs. Marion cele- brated their golden wedding ast October. He is survived by hN wife Orrie, three sons, three daughters, 10 grand,children, one brother and one sister. He was buried at the Waver- ly cemetery. Rev. C. C. Soun- ders and Rev. Ben Gerking of- ficiated. JESKE IN HOSPITAL Jerry Jeske was confined to a Spokane hospital several days last week. He had bruised his knees during basketball sea- son and as a result h'ad infec- tion and blood poison in both knees. He is now he,me and do- VISIT AT CONNELL Mr..and Mrs. Gardon Crab- tree spent the weekend at Con- neU visiting with friends. Rob- in, Rene ad Donna spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Frichman of Spokane. ATTEND RECEPTION Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hart and friends from Cheney aveted to Seattle 1,as,t Friday to attend !a grand reception Saturday evening. They returned home Monday. STUDENTS ENTER MUSIC MEET Three students from the Libexty district competed in the junior solo and ensemble contest at Gonzaa, Randy Clausen with a trumpet solo :and Phyllis ttofmann and San- District N,. 3 reserves the right to re- dy ttagan with vocal solos. .ieet any or all bids and o waive in- BEL formalities. Spokanc County Fire Pro- LIBERTY tectior Distri(,t No. 3 ,,'ill execute ne,- essary Federal Tax Exenptior Certifi- SING AT BANQUET ,e. H. T. Brown, C3aairman The Liberty Bells perform- r:Imer C. Luiten. Secretary ed at a Valentine sweetheart Feb. 19-26- 65) CALL FOR BIDS 1. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The Board of Commissioners of the Spokane Gounty Fire Protectio District No. 3 will receive aealed bids at the Fire Station, 1321 Second Street, Cheney, Washington, until 1:30 p. m. PST, March 13, 1965, for the gereral contract for l the construction of the Fire Station i Addition. 1321 Second Street, Cheney, Washington anl the said bids will then and there be l)ublicly oper, ed nnd read aloud. Bidders and others properly in- terested are invited to be present at the bid opening'. Bids received after the time fixed for opening canrmt be con- ridered. 2. DOCUMENTS Slecifications, including bid and con- tract docu,nerts, and drawings, may be examir, ed at the following offices: Builders Chapter, A. G. C. East 4935 Trent. Spokane, Wash. Spokane Construction Council East 102 Boone, Spokane, Wash. Architect's Office S. 620 Washington, Spokane, Wash. Spokane County F.P.D. No. 3 Fire Station A. W. Bean, Fire Chief 1321 Second St., Cheney, Wash. Bonafide bidders may obtain 1 set oly at the Architect's office upon deposit of a check payable to the Architect ir the amount of $25.00 for each set. If a bidder wishes additional sets or 1torts of sets, he may obtain them by paying the cost of reproduction 3. REPUND OF DEPOSITS The full amount f detmsit for 1 set of documerts wil be refunded to bona- |fide bidders ripen retur of the docu- I ments in good condition to the Archi- ] tects office at or before the time act for epening bids. There will bt no re- fund for returr of additioral sets or I parts of sets. Plan holders who do n(t | submit a bonafide bid and do not return [ t!ae document ast least 5 days before tle tmae set for openiPg bid will forfeit 'the full amourt (ff their (teooMts. 4. RIGHT TO RE.1ECT BIDS The Sl'okane County li'ire Pr)tectiou Friday, February 26, 1965 Cheney Free Press THE BEST WAY TO INSURE YOUR MOBILE HOME -  PACIFIC ],... INSURANCE I/ " " COMPANY A POLICY DESIGNED ;,. CALL US NOW FOR SPECIFICALLY FOR MOBILE HOMEOWNERS MORE INFORMATION-- ED DOTEN AGENCY CHENEY, WASH -- 235-4050 Member of United Paciflo Insurance GroUp Home Officd Tacoma Wash. and son Rorald, Mrs. Mar3r. Wil- liams, Mrs. Charles Freeman, Dick Williams, Chudia Steph- ens, Bessie Yost and Frank Miller were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Williams last Sunday. Mrs. Cleo Phillips ssent last weekend visiting friends in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dalton are spending a few weeks in Yuma, Ariz. Mark Whipple is spending two months in Quartzite, Ariz. finishing his winter hem( there. Mrs. Neta Bowen and sister Kate Oison visited Mrs. Bow- en's son Wiltard and family near Revere, last weekend. Visitors at the home of Mrs. Neltie Hagel last Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jensen and daughter of Soap Lake. A I cousin Mrs. Fred ReLner of Ephrata. Mr. ,and Mrs. Julius Stragier entertained at dinner Sunday fer their son-inqaw and 4auffh- ter Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bl,aekhurst and daughter of Bonners Ferry, Idaho, and Mrs. Irma Stragier, Route 2, Spo- kane. Mr. and Mrs. Dellie Adair moved their daughter Mrs. i James Sweet (nee Melody) to Glasgow, Mont. to be with her husband who is in the air farce there. They moved Mrs. Sweet last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hagel entertained at dinner Sunday fr 5rs. Lulu Edson of Coeur d'Aiene, Mrs. Henry. Jones of Opportunity and Mrs. Hagel 'of Spokane. Neie Mrs. Fred Martin was a weekend guest ,of her sister Adehide Larsen. Mrs. Bmma Kampa enter- t'anled at a bthday dinner Monday, Feb. 22, for her broth- er John Fritz. Those attending were Mrs. Fara Smith, I-httie IAtlefield, Margaret Kmht, I)a!sy Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Suanson, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arnoldo, (3tarHe Fritz, Sham- reek Hemline, Mike Noble, Mrs. Tom Mukai, Reko Shim- zu .and Jerri and Jackie Kam- pa. Adelaide Larsen and Mrs. Fred Martin attended a bixth- flay 'party for their grand nephew, Gregarv Garras, on his fourth birth:day Monday, Feb. 22, at the hme of the,ix nephew Bill kane. There were Winisor and Mrs. Garras in Spo- Blue Creek Grange 39 tbles o,f county. The group cards in play ,at the Danish card party last Saturday eve- advertising does a great Job ring. Among the 23 w'bo won prizes were Otto Ble'rsner, Clara Vanderwahl, C!hris Han- y sen and Leona Widne. Sunset Grarge :had 37 tables SAN DI NG sanding and finish- years experience. E. 1409 Spokane, HUdson for future refer A.7-O.30 Dry Cleaners ING PRESSING &TERATIONS INDRY SERVICE tST 23S-4732 .of cards in play at the senior citizens hall last Monday. The efghan was won by Leorm Wid- net. Among tlmse attending were Sofia Martin, Irma Sta- gier, Adelaide barsen, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Wegen, Mr. and Mrs. Walter HoPe, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steatt, Ida Wade and Mr. and Mrs. Veam Hulin. Mrs. Hazel Hill entertained at nner last Sunday or Mrs. Maxine Ol,son, Miehelle, Karen ,and Jim. They spent the eve- ning watching color television. wTaking part in the Eastern aShingtan music fesical jun- ior division at Gonzga last! Saturday were Wray Beth -----.--______ B. Electric SERVICE Wiring Motors, Pumps CH. 4-2705 SERVICE ITS BEST 2354410 BROS. Y ELECTRIC SHOP Wiring & Repair Contracting Estimates. Too Small. .ewis 235-6528 PLUMBING SHOP Repair and Service nsed & Bonded Becker St. 235-6528 lag fine. QUADS, TRIPLETS AND TWIN SHEEP The Elbext Baird family seem to be up to their ears in sheep. Out of 10 hexad of ewes they have bad one set of quads, one of which died, three sets of triplets all of whom lived, five sets of twins, all alive, and one single. To have quads is very .rare, :also havin,g surviving triplets is quite rare. The Sheep and babies appear- ed on television one evening last week. ARCHIE BAIRD IN HOSPITAL Areh}e Baird is confined to Sacred Heart hospital, having undergone surgery last Friday .afternoon. At last report Mn- 4ay he ws some better. VISIT AT LEWISTON Mr. and Mrs. Art Byers vis- ited at the Ray Turner home at Lewiston for several days tast week. VISIT IN TINASKET Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and family traveled to Tenas- Let to visit his parents far the weekend. They returned Mon- day evening. HE'S IN THE ARMY NOW brrry DeGon has just com- pleted his basic army training ,at Ft. Lewis and is awaiting his orders. DON MATHISON VISITS banquet in Spokane for all CUB churches in the aea. The group includes Darlee,n Pitt- man, Karen Garber and Vaterie Wotf. CAMPFIRE GIRLS RECEIVE AWARDS Six West Liberty Camp Fire Girls received awards at an impressive candleliffht cere- mony on Monday in the school cafeteria. Mrs. Betty Morgan, group counselor, ave a talk ,on the l goals ,and aims of the Camp Fire program, also explaining the meanings of the ,ormr bead, many of them bein,g on her own ceremonial gown which she showed to She girls and parents. Those receiving award were Shannon Dodson, Daura En, gle, Srley Fricke, Sara Parker, Janet Piersol and Di.ane Spli- chal. BOY SCOUTS BUSY New to Spangle thi,'s year are the two Boy Scout dens. Mrs. Tom Keevy an, d Mrs. I0ard Zehm are den mothers for one group while rs. Cair Oathill and Mrs. Jim Davitt wrk with the other Den. The boys had their first pack meeting in Janua when they received their Boleat pins. At present they are working on heir pine wood derby, which they will run on the track being made by Buel Byers ant Frane'rs Splichal. Less Than A Penny--- On an average, householders, businessmen and ind- ustries in Cheney are paying less than a penny for each kilowatt hour of electric energy. One of the lowest rates in the nation! LOCAL NEWS ientale;" Jim Olson, trumpet, accompanied by Maarice Rob- incite, "In The Clvuds;" Kar- en Olsn, clarinet, acco,mpan- led by Wray Beth JOhnston, "Novelette. They ,attend Medi- cal Lake elementary sc, hol. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chasten. sen ertertained last weekend far their son-in.law and dauffh- ter, Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Red- line ,and three Children of To. coma, th=er son Jim Chvisten, sen, fe ,and four girls of Bel- levue. Mr. ,and Mrs. Rger Hznsen and .tw children, Mr. ChristeLnsen's ther Nmil and sister Mrs. Rosa Hutc!hi of Medical Lake. Don Mathis'onhasbeenvisit. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Green Your Biggest $Value ing the Earl lohwers While on and Mr. and Mrs. Richard At- leave from the marines. Most kinson, Frank, Rick and John, of Den's overseas service has all of Spokane, visited wth been in Japan, China and the Roy Mill and Mr. and Mrs. Philippines. He recently re- Verl Helmer Sunday. They turned frm a tur f duty n were Sunday supper guescs at ELECTRICITY South Viet Nam. Don left Sun-t the Ron Green ,lmme. d,ay for Camp Pendleton (,lff I Mrs. Louise Pittm,an was .... ---__2' *"  h.stess for .a y get4x)geth- Johns ...... , ..... |er on Sunday Mternoon The , , =,on, uu aicc(mpanlea on / m ....  " 7  "1 "  --" a the pianv bv Kar n O1,m ,,c. ,ests mcmaea ,,--. .u vtrs. __ __ e ........ , VI" Jack Pittman and family of CoVax Mrs. Wilma Knuth ad Shirley of Ritzville, Yvome Kuth of Cheney, Vatghn Knath of Spokane, Mrs. Helen Pittm an and family of Lacrosse, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Torgeon, Jr., ,and family of Hay, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. CAm- nely ,rd Mrs. Mtrie Conely of Cheney. i Mrs. Elva Jones arid Mrs. Louise Pithnan visited the Hope and Trflium Rebckah lodges hst week. Drive as if the c .hild you see were your own! cautions the state 'safety council. Help! Help! Help. We Quit. AUCTION Complete Despersal Sale Davenport Equipment Co. International Dealer Monday, March 1 --- 9:30 a. m. Farm Machinery Shop Tools & Equipment Miscellaneous Free luncheon .at noon, courtesy Loren Ford, Owner, Davenport, Wash,ngfon. Terms: Cash Wes Bly, Auctioneer CL 3-4581, Harrington, Washington As other things go up and up in price, your cost of electricity stays the LOWEST in history. Today, electric energy is your BIGGEST dollar value -your BIGGEST BARGAIN Consistently through the years, electricity has cost you less and less until now-power, light, heat and energy are furnished the electrified home and business at less 'cost than ever beforel Your household dollars - and your business dollars- go farther if you use low-cost electric energy for every purpose. You save labor, avoid interruptions to, service, and save dollars. Electricity is your solution to economy, cleanliness, safety and convenience. And electric service is automatic. All you have to do is make sure your home and busi- ness are properly wired for the jobs you expect electricity to do. Then flick the switch. Electricity is Cheap in Cheney. ( ( ( The More You Use the Less it Costs. ( 'Cheney City Light Dept. LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY. Pag $