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June 11, 1965     Cheney Free Press
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June 11, 1965

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Springs Phyllis Schmidt =ET HELD and Sunset were School for meet. 2he won evenly be- !0 UR HELD signed the at a surprise cof- vlrs. Vera Mul- grade teacher at School, who is 11 years of the containers. The head table held a beautiful decorated sheet cake, white frostin,g, pale pink roses and yellow snap dragons, with "good luck" written on it. The cake ,as made by Charles Gifffin. Mrs. Mulholland was caned to the stage and presented with a corsage of 11 pink dose buds. loll call was taken to read the names of the first grade pupils she taught 11 years ago. As each name was read the pu- pil took his pace on the stage. Present students took their )laces on the stage also. "Past Years," written by Mrs,. John Heinemann, was read by Georgia Schaffer. poured and Mrs. Vic Hill, cut the cake. HOME IS SAVED Credited with saving the Scott Lindsay home on Thorp Road was the quick work of volunteer firemen AI Keller, who ,arrived on tim scene to cut a hole in the chimney, where a fire bad started by the accumulation of s&apos;oot. Lindsay said there was lots of smoke damage, some to mahogany paneling and also water dam- age, but it could have been worse. NEWS BRIEFS PSEO meeting was held with classification of employees dis- was bouquets Snvall tables the gay colored by Mrs. held a flowers with surrounding Mrs. Mul, holiand waspresent- cussed. Mr. Diteman gave a ed with a silver tray by Vic report of the convention held Hill, past presidentf PTO En- in Seattle. Pastor Mims and graved o the tray was "In wife sang and did several musi- Appreciation." EHen Iteine- eal selections on the banjo and mann nd Alice Grothe were in pi,ano. Sixth grade pup,ils of charge of arrangemenecs, Vi Garden Springs Sol, col went to Sehaffer and Mrs. Uyelaa Windsor School to meet the new teachers they will have next year and also to look over the school facitities. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner GRANGE DELEGATES AT CONVENTION Washington State Grange convention in Pasco has many Baler Twine And Wire tdelegates from this area. .Among those attending are Alvin MiIler, Nettle Mill, Louise Lawn And Garden Supplies Pittnan, Ellen Sterritt, Alvina ey Grange Supply 118 UNION STREET, CHENEY, WASH. CHEVRON ..... PRODUCTS loor Finish is a high gloss, non- zing finish that outlasts others No build-up or yellowing. Seal hard- soft wood, keep concrete from Floor Hardener. Wax in is 100% Carnauba for long last- elf-polishing, tough, hard [ frora us now and take delivery (and Prompt) before the end of July, there's unt for you. AI Haskins CHENEY OR, STANDARD OIL PRODUCT8 ng Free Press Kern, Leona Widner, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johnston, Mr. aud Mrs. Earl Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Landreth. Many others attended for the election on Wednesday. a:ny of the area granges have re- ceived numerous awards. Their awards will be in next week's paper. DAUGHTER IS BORN Mr. and IVlrs. James Sweet are the proud parents of a baby girl. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and rs. Delli Adair. Great grandmother is Mrs. Nel- 1,ie Hagel. [ Dixie Hagel og Oakland 'Calif., came to see t,he baby. Going to Gl,asgov, Mont. to see the girl 1,ast weekend were the Adlairs and several of the Hagel family. Mrs. Sweet, nee Mel)dy Adair, attended Ghe- ney High SchoM. NEWS BRIEFS Chris Hoag of Portland, Ore., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Case Roslcam. Mr. and Mrs. Roskam and Chris Hoag visited Loorta Wid- net in Cheney last Friday. Mr. trod Mrs. Roskam lave been ill. Lawrence Charneski is home for the summer. He is a stu- dent at WSU. Charneski is a graduate of Whitwoh College and is studying for a masers degree at WSU. Spangle News By Joanne Green :ORMER TEACHER DIES Jerry Lai,hie, former West 5iberty School teacher, died a,st week. Mr. Laihie had been uffering from leukemia since ast winter. Services for Mr aihie were held at Centralia, iVash., June 7. He was teaching t the Rochester Seh,ool. He eaves hs wife and three chil- tren, ranging in ,age from six ears to 2 months. ;TORK ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Tom Green are :he parents of a 7 pound, 4 mnce baby boy born June 5. !'hey ramed their first born !effrey Lynn. Proud grand- )arents ,are Mr. and Mrs. Carl asmussen of Spangle and Mr. md Mrs. Marvin Gregg of Pen- ileton, Ore. Joyce was to receive her RN Degree from Portland Sanitar- nm ,and her BS Degree frvm a1 Walh College on Satur- lay evening. She was unable to attend her graduation but it was televised and she w.atched it from 'her ,hospital bed. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rasmus- sen were in Por 'tlnd or the gradtati'on, and he birth (f the,tr gandehild. HALL GRADUATES Den.nis R. Hall, son <ff Ber- th*a R. and the Iate Clarence E. Itall, graduated frovn Wash-i ington State University May 30. IIe will leave for Hawaii June 16, where he lms been award- ed a sclmlarship to study at the East-West center f the University of Hawaii. Dennis is a member of Pi Sigrma A1- ph, a, natiorml potitical science horror society. He will spend the summer study'rag Mandarin Chinese. BACCALAUREATE HELD Baccal, aureate services were held for the 45 graduating sen- i<rs Sunday evening in the high school gym. Judy Corn- wall played the processional. The invocation was given by the Rev. Ben Gerkin,g. The high !school choir sang "Climb Every Mountain." The bacca- ureate sermon was given by the Rev. Clayton Saunders. His topic was "The Will to Win." Preceding the benediction, which was given by the Rev. Albert Rich,ardsoh, the high school choir sang "I'll Walk With God." The recessional was played by Judy Cornwal]. U.shers and usherettes were Dick Piersol, Ron Hardesty, Barbara Holling and Darlene ,rig, ht. TRAVEL PLANNED Miss Nona Hengen will go to Indiana University at Blooming, ton for summer study. In the fall she will take up res- ide:nee at Provo, Utah, where she has been offered a fellow- shp and teaching zsst, antship award i,n American history at Brigham Young University. She is on leave of absence from her cnrren position in the Spokane settools. HENGENS VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Edvard Hen- gen, Lisa, John, and Iathryn of Moline, Ill. plan a two week visit with the Henry Hen- en family 'at the farm home near Spangle. Ed is emNoyed on the engineering staff of iJc,hn Deere Co. in Moline. A L HACKBARTH DIES A1 ttackbarth a long time I resident of Spangle, died at Deaconess. Hospital June 7. He ]had been returned to the hos- pital with a complete blockage of both kidneys. NEWS IN BRIEF Mr. and Mrs. B,uth Knuth .and Mrs. Lonise Pittman visit- ed Deer Park Rebekah lodge last Saturday nigh. The Spangle Ladies Aid held their annual picnic l'ast Wed- nesday at the church. The small group enjoyed .a potluck hmch. The Spangle Grange will hold a potluck picnic supper at the Spangle Park June 16 at 6:30. Everyone is wel, cme. Mrs. Jack Rigs`hy and Kath- ryn visited at the Verl Helmet home Friday. Bonme and Don- nie Green visited i'n the after- n,oon with Kathryn,. I Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hall and Mrs. Charles Shields held a dirmer for Denny Hall ater his graduation from WSU. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ted antz Jr. of Spokane and Mrs. Bertha tIall. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bxewer Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill Mrs. Fred McKinley was pre- sented a trophy and a cas`h prize last week fox" having caught the biggest fish in the Dolly Berby on Priest Lake. tier fish weighed 191/z pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oker- strom, Mrs. Martha Mill and Floyd Calvert were cMlers the past week at the Leslie Mill home. Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Lee and family of lovtland returned home Stmday after vacationing the past week with Mr. and Mrs. James J. Miller and fam- ily ,and also w/th Mrs. Lee's parents in Osborne, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Hareki Hart- ley and :family attended a fam- ily reunlion Sunday 'at the hme and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brewer and fly were dinner guests at the Gruber :home in Spo- kane Sunday. They celebrated kl Brewer's birthday. Follow- ing cinner they attended the graduation exercises of Brad Brewer from North Central Itigh School. Brad is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Madison Brewer of State College, Penn. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Hood of Issaquah, Wash., were recent guests ,at the Austin Brewer home. Friday, June 11, 1965 o her parents, Mr. and Mrs:. Hardy Holt of Kendrick, Idaho. Many from this community attended the reception for Mr. and Mrs. Mio Ball in Cheney Sund,ay afternoon and so the Featherstoue,Marsh wedding at the Lutheran Church that evehing. Mr. and Mrs. Loven Kee and three chiktren f Santa Su- sana, Calif. arrived Thursday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Buchan- an and Mrs. Etahel Buchanan, all ,of Seattle, were house guests of Mr..arid Mrs. F. N. McKinley Thursday through Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fley of Elk were Saturda3, movnirtg vis- itors .of Mr. and Mrs'. N. A. Oodill, Kay,, and Nels. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Mil- ler attended graduation exer- cises at the Spague Seh<ot Sun,day. Enjoying a family picnic at WiIlams Lake Saturday to celebrate the birthdays ef Herald Reed and Sim Johns,on were Mr. ,and Mrs. Herald Reed, Sim Johnson, Mrs. Peter DeTrant and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grimm and family, Le- ]toy Reed and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Egbert of Stokane. 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