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Friday, May 8, 1964 Ch.eney Free Press Page $ Lakes Ma.--.RI 7-7606 MEETS TONIGHT tX&apos;ght. Don't forget neiglbo.rs ad to ke mee.ttng. .how many we can auxiliary will mee of M.m. Alice lVtay 21. NEWS membs attend- County hame- Spolane, laresenL were M.s. Mrs. Bernard Osyn, Mrs. lVIs. Lon Anna Erfurth, Mrs. Nick Willms, Mace. Four received its Year alirevement ='Ws SundJay School there will s Day pro- will meet at the At- :ESTIVAL and A1- attended students. CAndy ilter he 'music di- Stringer m the arts divis- ITIONS serhool of Sara Kay Performed ,at Wind- night. week the Ida- Week with the M,aude ,her 78h her family .we,re Mr. md ad Wea- lVlcKel- ad lVI. Mr. of Mead, Lin- letl dspend a ia,uhter and Mrs. rM family W. B. Earls- Bots ar ,ls- lVI's. Del e A1- Svmday. Satur- with of Four r. Lar. guests of Hartford M eOlaln taxford cCAain. C. Har- W%h the were Iazel PoweU, Mrs. Erfut, Mrs. Crooks, Mrs. Becket, Rev. Anderson, a,d Elain Phzllip- son. Sunday callers of Mrs. Irkpatrick were Mr. axed ,Mrs. Roy Lungs and caughtex. Mr. and Mrs. Sidrey Larson attended a wedding in Chewe- la;h Saturda7 of sone o'ld friends. Mr. and Mrs. O.rviHe Phillip- son attended the gem and rock s'how i.n Spolne Su.nday. Mrs. Jessie Silcocks had supper with Mrs. Iarl Pen- dell April 22. April 25, Mrs. Don Muzah,o rand son were luncheon guests of Mrs. SiP cocks, Mrs. Silcoeks caled on Mrs. Sid Larson April 27. Mrs. Wiley Brown ,of Sp,olan,e called on Mrs. 'Sil.coeks April 28. John Pendell of Sp)k, ane called on ls ,aunt, Mrs. Silcocks, May 1. Joline Matlaus, ch spen Friday nght with Mrs. Siloclrs. Willy SarMerf,er, who has been fivin,g in Spo.kane nearly a year, is nicer staying with his parents, .the C'ody SVanderfers of Four Lakes. He wifl com- mute back and foh $o Spo- kane to work. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Oamp and Mrs. Itattie Van Camp went to Elk to vsit the J. F. Stewart fa,mfly Sunday. lr. ,and Mrs. SMvers of Yak- ima were Saturday te,rno, o,n callers of the Lee Wilcox tam- fly. Mrs. ,Mary Wilcox aJnid her gffandson, Paul Wilcox, spent the weekend in Mon"0ana visit- 'ing Mrs. Mad'e Emehiser. Mrs. Gretchen loser's son, W, alter Goodman, spent sew oral days visiting s mother ,arid ,his .sister, Mrs. Canning. Amber Hews By Jennifer Jordan Mrs. Edward Mars,h was a guest ,of her da;uglter Carol for Mother's Day weekerd at WSU. Mrs. Itoward Marsh en.ter. rained her bridge club hs,t Wednesday. Prizes we,re won by Mrs. Nelson Cordill, Mrs. Fred Soy and Ms. Mlvi Marh. The next mee.thg wfli be heId at the lome of Mrs. Melvin Marsh Wednesday. Dr. ad Mrs. E. B. Coter of Spokane were Sunday guest's .of Mss Franc Mason ,and Mrs. Edwin D ,ummeiiee. Mrs. Edwin Dummeer e- to, rained Mrs. Carence Miller, M. Jessie Weaver and Miss Mson at a lunehe a the Saharan last week. The net grange meeting will ,be May 15. The prug,nam for ,the evening wilt feature a fBm on wildlife by Earl Brools of the game refuge. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grogan grid lichard tterded *he cir- eu's i Spokane Sunday. Ae- companng them were Larry. and Lovrm I-Am of Oheney and Mr. and Mrs. George Lenz of Spokane. Mrs. Clarence Miller yeas en- tertained this past week at the lmmes of Mr. and Mrs. Clarles A. Miller arid family, Mr. ,and Mrs. James Mifier and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Jerry Gibson, Mrs. hla Snley and Mrs. Rarry Harder. MTS. Mil- ler will viMt Mrs. Ma'i,on Kopolin ,of Ritzville this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ro Gooda]e, s.tu- dents at EWSC, will take her to Fox Ish.nd to visit Mr. a*nd Ms. Ralph Schoel. Mrs. Mller will raturn to Los Angeles next week. Mrs. Russell Hoapingarner was a visitor ,t the ,home o Mr. and Mrs. arry Oes.er Sat- urday. Mss Beth Kidwell stayed overnilt with Jo Ellen Jordan on Saturday. T Spangle News By Virginia M. Strock SPEAKERS NAMED Oammeneemert speakers for gradution exoroises !a.t Liberty High wii be Allen Ogden. who is m charge of sudent person- nel ,at EWSC, anti Mss Karen Bauert and Nell Fe?genlmuer of he s erd, or class. The exer- cises will be he,ld at the s.choo] auditorium June 1, with l>ac- c,aaureate May 31. Ben Ger- king, pasto,r of the Spangle Community Christi,an church, will give the sermon. KAREN BLAUERT NEIL FELGENHAUER the ,agricu'ture division, re- ceived a white ribbon on her demonsta'atioa, "G a r d e z Pests." Sharon Piersol, in the lo,me economics dvison (g 15 competiters, rece,ived a blue ribbon on her demonstrta- ti,on, "Setting the Table." Their leaders wis:h o emgrat- ulate these girls on .their fine showing and urge more mem- bers to try next year. ENGAGEMENT REVEALED Mr. and Mrs. Ted DeGon an- noun,ce the engagenen.t of their d'aughter, Dorothy A. De- G,on, to Seaman A1 Jacobsen. No da.te has been se.t far the wedding, but it  occur some time after Jacobsen re- turns from several moNhs duty with the N,avy. He ex- pects to return net Novem- ber. The Paradise Grag,e youth group wit1 sponsor a spaghetti feed at the granlge May 15, be- gin.ning ,at 6 p. m. F am:ily prLce is $3.50, adults $1, ,high school, 75 cents ,and grade school, 50 cents. Everyone is invited to attend. STYLE SHOW HELD FHA students of Liberty High :sponsored the mothers tea and style show yesterday. The ;theme was "Ban Voyage." The style shear was: arrated by Christine Cho,ae, Karen Blauert and Stevie DeTillian. The setting was a travel pos- ter theme and favors were soap fish. Door prizes were co,ok books, which the FHA girls have been selling. About 150 garmerts were displayed and modelled as well a,s some rags and pillows made by he girs. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Bert/ha .HMI ,ad Mrs. Elsie Wittwer were am, og the mothers who attended ,the fes- tivities honoring mothers at WSU over the weekend. They were guests of .their sen:s, Den- ny Hall and Edvard Wittwer. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crab-t tree and 5aug:hters drove ,to Ch,ewelah Sunffay afternoon to visit at the h,ome of Mr. and Mrs. Fred King. Saturchy Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blauert and d'aughter Karen went to Pomona grange at Davenport, where Miss Blaue,rt simwed her sBdes of her Urfit- ORDER RESCINDED n k ....... ed Natio s trip and too the vezma oenmngs, ;pangle r ..... fifth " .... postmaster reports that unner ,. u... ,., : ...... ,-- new resclnQlng or(lets, (:ld1:e e - - ......... ' .... 1_ .......... ]_ I s.velal uays ,UDIS weK at une .wru um, r eceve .ron nelEarle Wittner home in So. postal department, Span, gl.e sl ,. .....  ...... , .... , ..... 1, mog offices WbAe.h may eel- ors Dena arid Dbbie while tinue the usual Saturday win- Mrs Witne tt  ' .... .. .. , I . ,ra endsthesSte now services, m, Clumng me !s-I PTA convention on he Coast suance of money orders, ais: rm! Mrs Wilton Kn,u:th and .Mrs' extra clerical hep Will be[l-l,affm'nn nnd dhfor R';tf" zmeded. The rural carrrer ma.y I viUe visited at the home of mind aceep money order appn ' :..' .  .... ]Mrs. Louise Pittman Sunday eauons on t>a[ur(lyS  [ morning, after ,havi'g attend- led some of the activates tor DEATH TAKES INFANT mothers, with their slons Dae The entire community was and Jim. Later the ladies at- saddened fast week by the tended 'similar events: at EW- sudden death of little Richard James Enzler, 5-morthold son of Mr. and Mrs. James Enzler, Fairfield, from ,a Virus lmeU- mercia. Other survivors are his gmndp, arents, Mr. almd Mrs. WNtor Enzler, la,irfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schmid.t, Spangle; grea.t grandparents, Donald Herbert, PairfieM, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schmidt, Sla,n- gle. Gaveide services were hed at Rosevood Cemetery, FairfieId, April 30, with Rear. C. C. Saund,ers or}ciating. 4-H DAY HELD Fknal 4-H Demonstraon Day was held at Argonne Junior Iigh School Saturday. Becky Fl, aig, competing wth 21 top county blue ribbon fina.lisYs n FREE PICKUP During Cleanup Week May 11 Through 16 The X'L Refuse Co. boxed or b will haul free of charge anything OVer undled that One Man Can Easily Handle (not reet long). Please Place in alley or on curb. 'L00KUp WILL BE MADE ON YOUR REGULAR WEEK. GARBAGE PICKUP DAY. rn Nw is the time to clean up fire hazards in attics, base- ents and yards. THROUGH COURTESY OF X.L REFUSE COMPANY SC, ialuding a luncheon, with MAss Yvonne Kumth. Mrs. Lou,i,se Pttman and Mrs. Joarme Green attended a meeting to pan for the stae a,sembly of Rebekah LedNes to be held i'n Spokane i'n Ju,ne. The committee meetings took place Thursday evening at the Oddfellows Temple in Spo- kane. NEWS IN BRIEF New student body officers at Liberty High are, president, Jerry Jeske; vice president, Steve Groh; seere,ary, Lois Jean Wittwer; sergean.t at arms, Bob Stuart; assiseant an- nual effitor, Judy Cornwall. "A" 'team yell leaders are Dorothy De.eds, Stsan PeLerrs, Pam Clifford and Lorie at- zick. Jerry Jeske of the Liberty FFA was seleed as one of .the officers at the jut'mr live- stock show now in session in Spokane. Neff Fel,genh, a,uev is reeip- ienrt ,of a room rent waiver at WSU arid Karen Bla,uert has been n,amed second alternate for the Spokane County home- makers scholarhi,p. Mr. ,and Mrs. Al'bert Harley,: Sea.tile, visited at tte Novtcm Jenrfings home Suncay. They ,had been staging in Spokane with their grandehil,dren, the children of Mrs. Paly Sex.toa, whle she was away o:n a va- cation. The Harleys, now re- tired, were former pastors at the local church. ORDINANCE NO. F-26 An Ordinance esablhing the admission fees for use of the swimmimg pool of the City of Cheney and prescribing the use thereof. The City Cuneil of the C}ty of Oheney D,o Ord,n as PoP los: 1. The fell'owing admission fees shall be ,charge,d and col-, leered by City of Cheney as a c,ond'ition :of the use of the City Swimming Pool by all per- sons: Single Admissions: For persons 17 years of age and under, each ad, missi.o 10c. For persons =over 17 years o,f age, each aOnfission 25c. Sea,en Admission Tickes entt]n,g the ho]der thereof to admission to *tre C.ty Swim- mfmg Peel during an entire season, or sarah portiere there- .of remaing ,ater ,purchase, withou rduetion for le'ss than a w,he seasm: For one person of anb, age, $5.00 For ne family, entitling each member of a family per- nmrmntly residing 'in one horse*lold to ,admission fo,r the season, $12.50. 2. The City Counvfl may l fron ,time to time adopt re'as-[ enable reguatiorm ,for the op- ] em.tion .of the City Swimming Vol., es.tablsg ho,urs of up-/ orations, programs of instrue-I tion, restictin, g its use to par- titular programs of use and insWucti,on, and establishing rules of conduct for those per- son, s using the swimming pol. Such reguhUons may be adop- ted by resoIution or motion. A copy of the rfies of conduci adopted by the City Council s'hal be posted in at least three prm',memt places in ox about the pool 3. The opera,on of the City of Cheney swimming pool shal be under the re,et su- pervision of the Swimming :Pool laagor who slall be appoirted by and serve at the pleasure of the .Myr. The Swimming Pool aeger shall enfo:ree such regulations as may be adopt'ed by the Cty Council. The Swimmi:r Pool Manager ad other li'fegurds employed by the City of Che- ney at t'e S "'g Pool shall have au,thority to eject from the City Swimming Pool , self from Ne Qty Swimming Pool by the Pool larmge or a ILfegtmd slall do so forLhwith. 4. Any person, violating the terms or proisiorts of this Or- dinan ce or conducting himself in a disorderly or unruly man- net within the Swimming Pool or conducUng him,self Lrt such manner as to endanger the safety of ihimself or of other persons .or property in the Swimmi.rg Pool area sl,'ll be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine of not mere *h,an $100.00 or by imprisonment in the CAty Jail for not ,move lflzan tzirty days or by both such fine a,n<l im- t)risomnent. TNs Ordinance s,ha,ll be in full force and ,effect five (5) days ater passage, approval and publication. Introduced this 28th day of April, 1964. Passed by the Council acl any person vch'o fajtN o observe approved by the MaNor this the posted rules of conduct or 28th day of April, 1964. who is disord,e,y, umuly, r Nol,an Brown, Mayor otherwise conducting himsel,flMtest: Roy Foss, City Clerk in such mann,or as  endan-, ]Approved as to form: ger either himself or other] MerNtt A. 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