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le News Virginia M. Strock HELD ELLEDGE are being held at' and Jeager Funeral in Spokqane for Mrs. Elise long time Spangle res- who died Friday in a Idaho, hospital aSter of i_llness. Elledge had returned: from a fascinating trip during wb2"ch tiane enjoyed good health been filled with glow-] c, ts of the adventure, [ the age of 73. ( is survived by l Mrs. Maxine j Lewiston, ,and two  Gayle n.d Dick Her husband, Ed ond 'a son,, Dick pre- in death many years was a meva,ber of the Community Christian: Span!gle chapter No. of Eastern Star; Shrine ,of Jerusalem, Rebelah Lodge No. services will be `held m. in the Alwyn Chap- and Jaeger Furmr- with Rev. A. C. H,art- Sangle pastor, e- with burial at Sparrgle VISIT IN TONASKET and Mrs. Don Jonson to Tonasket for the to vivit relatives. ancy Johnson, ster of returred with at EWSC, where attended summer school Past year. Beztla Hall is visiting Falls, Mont., with her Hall, and family. NAMED Joanne DeGo,n will be ,of the Bluebirds for year, with Mrs. in charge ,of the Camp Both ,ffroups were by the West Liber- TO MEET West Liberty PTA in- all ierested commun- to attend the and reception for nev Tvesday evening at at 8 p. m. MENTIONS Bertha Grunewld, Mrs. Mrs. Cecilia Burns, Danforth and Mrs. Pittman attended a Re- -eting at Medical Lake ard Mrs. Austin Brewer and Mrs. Henry Brewer attended the Pen- last week. Wikna Knuth and visited Mrs. Louise Saturday on their way WSU football game at Diane Harp and Tam- , to the :home of Mr. i Gene Grunevtald last Mrs. Harp win attend at EWSC and Mrs. Gor- will Lake care of while her mother is and Mrs. Loren More- Stark. Mont., are visiting irectory SANDING sa, nding and finish- 30 years experience. Anderson, E. 1409 Spokane, HUdson out for future refer- A.7-O.30 Dry Cleaners PRESSING ALTERATIONS SERVICE at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gerking. The Spangle Community has every right to be proud of its young folk, especially aster viewing the articles represent- ing ,hours af work and effort on the part of the members o the Hoe and Grow 4-H club on exhibit at the Spokane and Rockford Fairs. Seventeen members of the club exhibited at the Fair, receiving 103 blue ribbons, 74 red and 25 white. Becky Flair had 71 exhibits and Jane Rau- gust had 51. Gayle Sehieche won the plaque trophy for the best pple pie in youth baking in the youth ehihits. The c,ab won a blue ribbon for its booth :at the l%ockford Fair. 3udy C ovmnesser phced fourth and won a place on the garden judging team, which goes to the Yakima Fair al'ong with other team members who will repres,ent Spoka,ae Coun- ty Oct. l. Becky Fhig wias a sixth place winner in the judgin,g contest. Twen,ty.eight out of Liberty High's 45 graduates of 1964 aae enrolled m colleges this fall. They include Star Delzer, Jer- ry Clifford, Nell Felgenhauer, Stevie DeTillian, Alan Keevy, Carol McDowell and Dwain Wagoner, all at WSU. EWSC frosh include Kare,n Blauert, Chris Coate, Darrell Flaig, Mexie Kerns, Joan Moss, Ralph Sunwold, Patsy Thurs- ton and Dick Wiley. Spokane Community College will enroll Dick Martin, Dennie Tioepke, Dermis Thieren and l%an Reinhardt. Janet Enzler and Joel Gough are enrolled at CWSC and Bar-. barn Schmidt and Jim Chr- chill have chosen Whtwvrth. Eileen McClelhn goes to the University of Idaho; Linda ttoffman ,a.nd Karen Suksorf go to Kinm:an Universi,ty and Dour Cummings goes to North Idaho Junior College. Mike Proof has moved to California and will attend Mesa Junior College in San Die,fro. NEWS IN BRIEF Gordon ,Crabtree suffered a fall .from a telephone pole dur- ing his dutius on the local lines. His injuries were nOt sevins, but Monty Zebra, Connell, who is also employed by the com- pany, has arrived to take over duties for a short time. Your local rural carrier s back on the job ,aer four weeks sick lave, due to an in- flamation of the scapul, ar and trapezius muscles. S`h,e is be- mg assisted on the route by Elmer Beaughan for a time. Mrs. Roan (Joanne) Green, will take over the duties as corresponden:t for the Spangle news beginning Oct. 1. Please send or call any news you may have to her, phone number 245-3436, :or Rt. 1, box 44, Svangle. Thank you for send- ing your news to me for the past several years. It has bee,n much appreciated. -- Virginia M. Stock. Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 GRANGE NEWS Don't forget the irst meet- ing of the fall will. be held to- night at 8. CHURCH NEWS Next Sunday will be rally and promotion Sunday at the Sunday school. There will be l a potluck picnic in the chua'ch basement Sunday afternoon,,r the main dis`h to be fried chicken. Everything else is potluck. Ice cream 'and the drink will be furnished. FLYERS HOLD PARTY The Four Lakes FlLyers `held a recognition party at the school last Friday night. All of the boys received trophies. In the A league Mike Higby received the batting trophy and in the AA league Steve McLain received the trophy. Two of the boys preserted the coaches with trophies. Hal Moore presented a trophy to Leon Higlry ,and Skip Earls- baseballs with all the boy's autographs. BUSY FINGERS 4-H The Busy Fingers 4-H men-! hers won the following awards with their entries in the Spo- kane Interstate Fair. In the youth haki,a dvis- ion: decorated cake--blue rib- bon to Nora Lou Moore; dinner rolls--red ribbon to Nora Lou ho, ore; bar type cookiesblue ribbon to Judy Moore; white ribbon to Eine Philipson; drop cooklesblue ribbons to Elaine Phillipson and Debbie Sorga, yl, o; reirigemtor cook- los---red ribbon to Sandy Bohn; apple pica---red ribbon to San- dy Bohn; chocolate cakere.d ribbons to Debbie Songaflo and Judy Moore; banan,a bread --red ribbon to Debbie Sengay- to; white wheat bread--white ribbon to Sandy Bohn. In the vouth caani.rrg divis- ion: stra:w]erry jam--blue rib- bons to Judy Moore, Nora Lou Moore and Elaine Phillipson; I apricot raspberry jamblue I ribbon to Elaine Ph, iltips>n; I snap beans--red ribbons to I Judy Moore and Nora Lou I Moore. i Blue ribbons in the seing division: LaVonne Atkins, cb- bler apran; Kathy Barrick, cot- ton dress and sports outfit. Red ribbon win,ners: Sandy Bohn, cotton dress; Cintdy Mil- ler, cobbler .apron, scarf, and tea towel; Linda Hartford, cot- ton pajamas; Sandy Barrick, c)bbler apron ,and blouse; Nora Lou Moore, cottrOn skirt and sports outfit; ayle Wilcox, peasant apron, scarf n,d pin cushion; LaVonne Atkins, scarf, ceramic and moccasins. White ribbon winners:: Con-' nie Earlseourt, scarf; Martha Yoeum, cotton skirt; open eh,ss divisi,on: blue ribbon, Karen Atkins, wool coat, wool skirt and sleeveless dress. VOWS REPEATED Ted Canning, son of Mrs. Ehine Canning, was married last Tuesday at Moscow, Idaho, to hess Nickie Drees:, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Drees, of Spirit Lake, Idgho. Mr. and Mrs. Carmin,g ae both attending EWSC. They pl,an to make their home near Cheney. The bride's sister, ar- net Drees, was bridesmaid. The groom's mother. Mrs. Elaine L. Ca rmng, and grand- mother, Mrs. Gretchen Moser, also were in attendance. SUNSET PTA NEWS For tho wlo ,have ehiMren goinlg to Sunset sch, ool, the PTA meetings `have ,been changed to the seeoad Tues- day of each month. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Leon Baick and family ,attended the Inter- state Fair Saturday. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Anna Erfurth were Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan and daughters of Pinehm'st, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Judd Melton and family of Coax were weekond guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hward Gra`han. John Erfurth returned from Anchorage, Alaska last week after spending the summer workirg for the Unitec Cor. potation. He visited all parts of Alaska, including many earth- quake areas. He will attend EWSC this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pence and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Ray Pence returned from Iovta last Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Phillip- s'on, Elaine and Kenny visi,ted friends at. Metaline Falls rec- ently. Mr. and Mrs. Ted ladon had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Bert Spear and Mrs. Laura Randall. Don Jenicke and Cheryl toy- ell were Saturday evening vis- itors of the Russell Mace fam- ily. Mrs. Mary Dirks, sUll con- fined to Sacred Heart hospital, is recovering .sloavly. Mrs. Alice Reitmeier, Mrs. Bonnie Scott and .Mrs. Marcia Nace attended the Interstate Fair Friday. Henry Wynstra leR Tuesday morrrin,g to drive John Ander- Tyler News By Wanda Stengle HAMS HAVE GUESTS Weekend guests f Mr. and Mrs. John Ham were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Heizer of Comas. Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Heizer and her sister Mrs. Edna AI-, bertson, Vanco'uver, were `hos- tesses for a party at the Che-: hey Nursing H.ome in honor o:f their mother, Mrs. Cassie Bri- ner, who celebrated ,her 94th birthday. TOM PLOTTS HOME Tom Plotts, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Plotts, re- turned home Sept. 17 on a 30- day furlough. Tom recently graduated from the Naval Air Tower Control School at Glyn- co, Ga. After :his furl, ough, To,m will be atatioed aboard the U. S. S. Sara, toga for 15 months. Before leaving Georgia, he was in "Hurricane Dora" and saw much of the damage lett by it. FATHER DIES Wilton Pl,otts nd her sister, Gladys Robertus, Portland, left Monday for Anaconda, Mont., where the), were called by the dea,h of their father, Mr. Earl G. Babcoci. DEATH CALLS AUNT Les Brown and his dauhterr, Mrs. Grace Michaelson, attend- ed funeral services fro" her .aunt, Mrs. Ame DeChenne, St. Jhn. Services were held Mon- day. er arid children f Tyler were caners Tuesday even,ing. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mil- ler of Medical Lake, with her aunt, Mrs. Durward Malone. and husband from Abilene, Tex, as, also were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ge,ne Jackson and daughter, Kafen, Spokane, visited Mr. and Mrs. Leloy Jackson Saturday. Mrs. Ira Jackson visited in Tacoma with her d,aughters, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Vet, acic'h and her son, Arthur Jackson. Last Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keith ,had din- ner at the home f Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bewick of Sprague. Enjoying Sunday dinner at the home of Mrs. B,i,ll Keth were her daughter, Mrs. Glen Bewick, and family from We- natehee. Last Thursday eve,N, ng, Mrs. Goldie Kartehner, with the L. D. S. Relie.f Society, served a faculty droner at E. W. S. C. Mrs. Velma Davis went to Deaconess Hospital last Fri- day afternoon to welcome the new baby, Joseph Edward, born last Tuesd*ay to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kuhn of Espanol,a. A birthday dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dorald Davis for their son, Charles, and their nephew, Bill Cassidy. Both bays had recent birthdays. Attending were Mrs. Gone Cassidy and Jim PetraalLows of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis from Ritzville. Mrs. Velma Davis enjoyed the company of her sister, Mrs. Gilbert Swanson, Rea,rdan, and Mrs. Francis Kelly, Lamont, for PERSONAL MENTIONS hnch last Saturday. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Petea'-[ On Frid,ay night, Mr. and " i i i le F nk Mrs Ira Shea, with thmr sons, s,n vsted hs unc , ra  ,. ........ Kephe, and his cousins, Ida l.OO a[auon, ann ta,es_ a}- and Alfred Anderson, at Deep l tenueu ne poKane lmerstae n ' Pair Creek last Su cay. J ' , Visitor,. at the `home of Mr. [ Even the. rain. failed to dam- and Mrs. Bill Rosenau during [ pen the sp,mts of Mr..and Mrs. tho w k wo  " n o, nt I rt tengte an,a cmmren as .... ee.. __r hL ar_,,;: . ._ .:- ...... Mr. and Mrs. E. Rosenau, Med-I they enJoye.a ne in'or las ,at- ical Lake, nd their s,ons, W,al-I urday evtmung. tcr and Henry. [ Mr. an,___d Mrs__ C_)es__ter Coop___21  HarshaJJ News Anderson is in the ser-] By Carol Yates vice. Wynstra spent the rest o the week with his brother, Weber Wynstra. Mrs. Cla,u,de Crooks was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn, Lunne,borg of Spokane. Mrs. Wynstra entertained at the Ewan Neighbors Club with Mrs. Jack arfiet,d a:t F_avan. Mr. and Mrs. Joke Dirks of Cheney accoma:nied the Wyn- stas. Mrs. Ed Sager of alispll, Mont., was a Monday arid Tues- day visitr of Mary Wilcox and the Lee Wilcoxes. Mr. and Mrs. Del Stander- fer and family were Friday evening gues t the Richard M, ai,n home. Mrs. Silcocks called on Mrs. Don Muzatho and had lurmh v;ith her. Mrs. -Silcocks had dinner with Mrs. Earl Pendell. Mr. and Mrs. Tray Re n,olds also were thee. Mr. and Mrs. Hem-y K,iht and family were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stamper. Jerry K. Larson spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Sid La rson. Callers last week at the Kirk- patrick home were Mrs. Grace Gray, Mrs. Mary Wilcox and Nr. and Mrs. Keith Powell of Spokane, who `have reiurned from Los Angeles, where they scent their vacation with their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Larson and fatuity were Monday eve- ning guests o.f Mrs. Russell lace. TEAMS ORGANIZE The Windsor school boys have organized football teams for the sixth, seventh and eghLh grades. The seventh grade team lla,yed the sixth grade team Monday, losing to the sixth grade by a score of 1.8-6. EDNA SPEAKS Edna Cheevers, Who was the high sehoc,1 delegate to Girl's State during the summer, spoke to the Ch,eney PTA Thursday. She tras several speaking engagements for Oc- tober. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greene will be journeying o the coast this weeke,nd. Frank Greene traveled with Otto Grcgerson to Coeur d'- Alene, where they visited with Mr. Chapman, a fellow model railroader. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chase, Karen, and their randparents will be journeying to Seattie, '.vhere th.ey will sp,end the weekend visiting A1 Chase. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lavell were guests Saturchy of Mr. land Mrs. Floyd Love,ll. Gien,n J Lovell returned t.o Ione with I them when they went .home. Arlin Peterman was an over- night guest Saturd,ay of Mr. and Mrs. George Cheevers. The Cheevers attended the Spokane County Fair and enjoyed it immensely. Johnny Dimico w'as a,n over- night guest of the Cheerers i laser week. Friday, September 25, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 3 4-H CLUB MEETS The Lance Hill 4-H club met at the h.ome of Armie Goodwin last Saturday. Terry Toad_nick and Rick Goodwin gave inter- esting talks on what they did at the Pullman 4-H State Camp ia Jurm. Annie Goodwin, Comaie Ma- son, Ram McCautey and Bev- erley Dow told the club what they did at camp at Lake Chat- colet. Each member read a story and handed in a book, ending up the 4-H year. The next meeting will be, in October with a weiner roast and elec- tion of officers. Any new members waning to join must be t the October meeting to get started in the new year. The boys and girls all pyed football after they flU,shed re- fres;hmen.ts, of sot drinks, cake, jello and whipped cream. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Sept. 28--Pork chop suey, fried rice, tossed salad, banana roll, raisin bread. Spt. 29 -- Beartie-weinie, carrot & raisin salad, French bread, fruit cup. Sept. 30  Pizza, green beans, fresh pluans, cookie. Oct. 1 -- Roast turkey, gib- let gravy, wlfi.pped potatoes, reIish tray, whote wheat rolls, gingerbread. Oct. 2 -- Tomato soup, toasted cheese sandwich, a,pple sldce, egg-olive kabob, barmna cream cake. Clarified advertislr does a great job at a mnall cast. FIELD BINDWEED (morning glory) CANADA THISTLE RUSSIAN KNAPWEED LEAFY SPURGE knock "em out now Low Cost. More Effective Control No Soil Sterilization Apply to Re-Growth After Harvest to Kill Perennial Weeds Now, Prevent a More Serious Weed Problem Next Spring] Get Banvel D at your Dealer's Now./ VELSICOL CHEMICAL CORPORATION 1387 N. E. Arrowhead, Hiltsboro, Oregon I i USE BINE.TROL A SPECIAL KILLER FOR BINDWEED (Wild Morning Glory) BINE-TROL offers 4 special benefits: 1. Kills bindweed with one treatment. 2. Saves time with easy application. 3. Economical to use... compare it! 4. Saves time returning cropland to profitable production. 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