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r L Spangle News By Virginia M. Strock MRS. KATIE BURNS TAKEN BY DEATH Last rites were held at the mith Funeral Home, Spokane, for Mrs. Katie Burns of Spo- kane, who for many years was a resident of Spangle. Mrs. Burns had been in ill health for many months, but ,only recently did her condi- -tion become serious. The Rev. Raymond Moody, Spokane, officiated at the ser- vice. Ben Gerking, pastor of he Spangle Community Chris- tian Church, was soloist. Mrs. Burns is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Gladys Peterson and Mrs. Nellie Ja- cot, both of Spokane; a son, Lyle Burns, Steptoe; eight grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Bertha Grunewald, Spangle, and one niece. She was a mem- ber of the Primrose Rebekah Lodge. Her husband, Harry Burns, died less than a year ago. J JUMP INJURES GIRL Miss Karen Suksdorf, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Wally Suks-! dorf, suffered a painful injury Sunday morning. She fractur- ed a bone in her ankle in a jump from her horse's back. Surgery was required to set the bone with pins. She is en- cased in a cast from ankle to hip. It is expected that she will have to remain at Deaconess Hospital for several days. TEACHERS TO GATHER Liberty School District will be host to a large gathering of teachers Oct. 5, when teach- ers from the Canadian border to Colfax, and from the :Idaho border west to Reardan, will arrive to attend the meeting. Dinner will be served to the 600 to 700 persons, from 4 to 6 p. m. About 1200 are ex - pected to attend the program which will follow the dinner. District instructors are plan- ning the dinner and program and supervising the entire af- fair. 4-H CLUB EXHIBITS AT AREA FAIRS Spangle Hoe and Grow 4-H Club had 43 exhibitors at the Southeast Spokane County Fair at Rockford and the Inter- state Fair at Spokane in rec- ent weeks. A total of 355 rib- bons were received by the par- ticipants, including 163 blue, 134 red and 58 white. Randy Rohwer .had a grand champion pen of three hogs. Lois Jane Wittwer had 83 exhil tiled Becky Flaig accounted for an- other 78. The club won a blue ribboii on .its booth at the Rockford Fair. Lofs Jeafi Wittwer will go to the Yakima 4-H Fair with the Spokane County winning demonstration on "more: trail gter gidio!:as." Ge0e Eng[e frill go as one member of the untY's garden judging team. The Yakima Fair begins Sept. 28. The next club meeting will be Oct. 1, and all prospective members are invited to at- tend, but must be accompan- ied by a parent. Liberty High grads of 1962 have entered area colleges in large number. Richard Flaig, Joanne Holling, Carol Holling, Janice Green, Gayle Suksdorf and Richard Vogt are enrolled at EWSC. Beverly Reilly and Ella Mae Deife are at Kelsey- Baird Business School. Bob McPherson and Charles Lay- CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- al equipment and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121 Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob. tained at the above office. T. T. Wall, Director of Purchasing (Aug. 10-June 30, '63) Directory - O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. @2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone BE 5-4410 EDGETT BROS. We Make Keys PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTING HOME TOWN HARDWARE PHONE BE 5-4402 ,ton are attending Columbia Basin College, and entering WSU for their sophomore year are Denny Hall and Ed Witt- wer. Mrs. Lucy Orwiler of Sil- verdale spent several days rec- ently at the Austin Brewer home, assisting in the celebra- tion of Brewer's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brewer, Mill Valley, Calif.; Mrs. Marthea At- kinson, Sacramento, and Mrs. ttenry Wernz, Fairfield, also enjoyed dinner at the Brewer home one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Brew- er are spending this week vis- iting friends and relatives on the coast. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jones accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bob Westfall, Lewiston, on a visit to the Bill McKern home at Metaline Falls last weekend. Marshall News By Nancy Smith DOUBLE STORK NEWS A surprise was in store for Henry Duke of Route 1, Spo- kane, when he heard that his wife, Mrs. Henry Duke, had just had twin boys early on Sept. 14 in a Spokane hospital. Neither parent was expecting twins. Dwight weighed 4 lbs., 5 oz., at birth, and Duane weighed 3 lbs., 10 oz. The two are reported doing fine. They oin four other children at the home. SHOWER HELD Mrs. James Stinnette held a baby shower Wednesday for Mrs. Tim Lozar. Others pres. ent were the Mmes. Henry Standard time returns early Sunday morning, and services at the Spangle Christian Church will resume the nor- real schedule. Mrs. Henry Jones attended a district meeting of the Re- bekah Lodges in Spokane Mon- day evening. Larry Hagen of Liberty High School also was a winner at the fair, with his Hampshire ram, which took grand champ- ion in its class and reserve champion in overall competi- tion. The same ram also took grand champion at the Rock- ford fair. eLance HiB Hawse By Luella Dow !4-H CLUB MEETS Lance Hill 4-H Club recently met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Betz. The members read their reports. Sharon An- derson demonstrated the prop- er way to freeze corn; Karen Goodwin demonstrated mak- ing cocoa; David and Darrel Betz demonstrated judging pigs, and Launa Betz gave a I demonstration on cheese fon- due cake. The club voted to continue meetings in the com- ing year. The next meeting was set tentatively at the home of Sharon Anderson in Octo- ber. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Strieff were Saturday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Rich- ardson in Spokane. Mrs. Robert Scroggie, Con- nie, Suzanne and Donna, visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Scrog- gie Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McKay were at Hawthorne, Nev., a few das last wdek to visit their daughter, Barbara, and son-in-law, Lt. J. G. Dick Van- Vleck. Last Tuesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Showalter were Mrs. Ronald McKinley and Mike, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Strieff and Etta Sh0walter alled Wednesday afternoon. unday dinner guests were' Charlie Showalter and Mr, and Mrs. Ronald McKinley,  Mike and Brenda. Mrs. Fred McKin- ley spent Monday afternoon with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Goertz visited Mrs. Otto Schmitt and Kimberly Thursday evening. Otto Schmitt, Ray and Ron, spent several days last week in the Seattle vicinity touring the World's Fair. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pierre at Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. Doug- las Wilson in Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. John Bisch at Port- land. Friday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franz were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gar- ner of Medical Lake. Mrs. Cecil Anderson and Sharon visited the Franzes Saturday after- noon. Mrs. Roland Lewis and Mrs. Mattie Ashley called Mon- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tiedt and Mrs. Louie Rietz visited Mrs. Addle Stauffer in the Spokane Valley Sunday after- noon. Friday evening Mrs. Tiedt and a group of ladies attended Friendship Night at the Davenport Rebekah Lodge. Mrs. John Showalter honor- Chase, Wes Ralph, Jack Lo- zar, Ray Williams, Lester Ralph, Chuck Ralph, Merva] Henricks and Jim Ralph. GREAT.GRANDMOTHER Mrs. Iona Smith is the great- grandmother of her 22nd great-grandchild, born Sept. 17 at St. Luke's Hospital. The baby girl is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hutson. The 19-inch infant weighed 6 lbs., oz., and was named Jenine. She joins a brother, Jackie, and a sister, Julianna. GRANGE CLEWS FILM, PLANS BOOSTER NIGHT There was a good attendance Saturday evening at the Four Corners Grange. The ribbon vhich was won at the Spokane Interstate Fair was presented. A special film on fire safety in schools was shown. It was announced that booster night will be Oct. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greene were hosts at a birthday din- net Tuesday for Freda and Otto Gregerson of Spokane. The Gregersons are brother and sister, and their birthdays are exactly one year apart. Freda is 74 and Otto is 75. Others present included Di- ane Greene and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Boyes and family of Spo- kane. Guests Sunday night of Mr. and Mrs. John Mandarino were Mildred Mandarino and fam- ily of Colfax and Lloyd Wilson of Spokane. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Everson attended a barbecue at Coeur d'Alene with the Spo- kane Outboard Motor Club. Over 200 families were pres- ent. Saturday, Pat King, Peggy and Linda Gray, Peg Smith, Mickey Duke and Gaj Pet- ers attended the annual band Dow family attended a birth- day dinner honoring Teresa Dow Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Milner at Deer Park. Teresa was four years old on Thursday. Mrs. Wallace Dow and. Teresa call- ed on Mrs. Otto Schmitt and Kimberly Monday afternoon. day activities with the Che- hey High School band at Wash- ington State University. The 31 bands present participated in a halftime drill at the WSU-San Jose football game. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reinbold were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Soderquist. They saw their new granddaughter, Jenifer Ann, who was born: Sept. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Gifford were dinner guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sim- ning of Newport were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lovell and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Poole and family were dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. George Clark and family. Guests the past week of the Ken Giffords were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson of Spangle and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mantz of the Spangle area. Wednesday, Mrs. Lloyd Lov- ell was a luncheon guest of Mrs. Bernard Kline of Spo- kane. Others present were Mrs. Nick Haidy and Mrs. Glen Calsyn. Besides being a Hub Club committee meeting, the event celebrated the birthdays of Mrs. Lloyd Lovell and Mrs. Glen Calsyn. East Cheney By Anna Phillips GRANGE BOOSTER NIGHT SCHEDULED FOR OCT. 5 i East Cheney Grange will hae booster night Oct. 5, it was announced by Mrs. David Buddrius at last Friday's meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McNear- ney and Eugene Beasler were elected to become members by initiation. Mrs. Chester Phillips and Mrs. Vern Harrington served refreshments. Mrs. Emery Babb, home economics chair- ]man, reminded all members to I bring sandwiches, cake and I jello to booster night. 4-H MEMBERS WIN RIBBONS AT FAIR The following East Cheney 4-H Club members exhibited at the Spokane Interstate Fair: Robin Babb, bread, red ribbon; Judy Babb, drop cookies for a white ribbon, refrigerated cookies, red, and cake, white; Carolyn Camp, sugar cookies, blue, and bar cookies, red; De- loris Stelzer, cake for a red ribbon, sugar and drop cook- ies, blue, and apron, red; Lois Weber, dress outfit, white; Mary Boots, jumper and a blouse, white. Carolyn Camp showed her Guernsey heifer and received a blue and junior champion ribbon. In fitting and showing she received a blue ribbon and a trophy presented by Ever- green Northwest Breeders. Dick Camp showed two cows and a heifer, receiving grarjd champion female in the Amber News Fr----iday---2' Septem___.__00r 28. 196__22 By Jennifer Jordan sale slips turned in by Sept. 130. GRANGE RECEIVES I AWARD IN CONTEST For the third straight year Amber Grange placed in the Community Service contest. The Community Service com. mittee was Mrs. Luella Dow, George Anderson, Mrs. Helen Reitz and Leroy Reed. Nine- teen projects were completed. Placing in this contest won the Grange a $50 bond and a Jar to be attached to the pre. viously won plaque. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dow were welcomed into the Grange. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Falk, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best and Leroy Reed. Anyone wish- ing to take firearms instruc. t tion should contact Ivan Cal- vert. The next regular meeting will be Oct. 5. Grange Booster r night will be Oct. 9. This meeting is open to the public. The Grange secretary would like to have the Grange News Guernsey class and a trophy presented by Early Dawn Dairy. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Camp, Carolyn and Janet, were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hendricks and Helen Gayle. Warren and Mike Dole of Pullman are spending several days with the Dick Camp fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Peterson of Lewiston, Ida.; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Martin, Audrey and Rickey, of Portland; tester Camp, Mike and Warren Dole and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Camp, Carolyn and Janet, were Tues- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Ewing of Santa Rosa, Calif., spent last Wednesday and Thurs- day with Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Odean, Karen and John, of Spokane were Sunday visitors at the Hampton home. Mrs. C. W. Brown accom- panied Mrs. H. N. Hampton to the Methodist Women's Socie- ty all-day seminar last Friday at Rosalia. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Bartleson of Spo- kane and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and family of Valley had a picnic in the Diamond Lake area last Sunday. Joe Labish, Joyce, Jimmie and Jennifer, and Marlene, Steven and Timmy, children of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Labish, enjoyed fishing at Mason Lake last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Budd- rius spent last Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis and Anna Phillips. Mrs. Clarence Davis and Mrs. David. Buddrius went to Plaza on Monday evening to help rehearse the Spokane :County Pomona drill. Sunday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. G A. Reitz and family were Mr. and Mrs. Train Carmen of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Ron McKinley, Mike and Brenda, were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Showalter. Chuck Lambert was a week- end guest of John Harris. Larry Zariun stayed with Larry Weisman Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert and family spent Sunday at Dusty and Pullman visiting relatives. Albert Falk had an attack of pleurisy last week. Saturday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Reitz and family were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Smith of Spokane. Amber Gun Club held a busi- ness meeting and clean-up day Sunday. George Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller called on Mr. and Mrs. August Timms at their home in Harrington. 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