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00angle News By Joanne Green NIGHT OCT. 6 night will be held Spangle grange Oct. 6. will be a potluck dinner t 6:30. Pollowing tlmre is a special planved. Everyone is to attend. LHS STUDENTS COLLEGE are 31 1965 graduates attending eolqeges of clmice. Students from ngle area atterdin&apos;g are: SSC, Jud Wright, n and Dorothy EWSC, Mary Schmidt, Hardesty; Yaldma College, Ri, ck Gibson, Jske, arid Janet owen; Alien Rail]y;, ItN'dypm and Steve Leanna ttofmarm is at- Deaconess School of NEWS of officers for the Year was h,ed at the last They are: Presi- Piersol; vice pres. Janet Piersol; secretary Splichal; treasurer reporter, Jane sgt. at arms, Patty .and committee chair- Cornmesser; point Robin Crabtree; assets - and Annie Me- Clean up. :ext club meeting will 18. It will be the be- alternate. They will represent Spokane County on:g with two other members as a team at Yakima State Fair Oct. 1. Ten gwls exi,hhited at the Interstate Fair. They we,re Sharon and Janet Piersol, Car- ol Ann Spliclml, Judy Corn- messer, Jane Raugus, Gyle Schieche, Beverly Syveron, Pobin Crabtree, Patty Jo'hnso,n ,and Becky Fl, aig. They exhibit- ed a total of 1)3 exhibits with 40 blue, 50 red and 23 white ribbons being won. MISS EMHOFF HONORED Miss Ida Emloff was honor- ed on her birthclay We.d- nesday. Friends visiting ,her the afternoon were Mrs. Ane Allen, Mrs. Lota Byers, Mrs. Say Hoffman, Mrs. Ann Smith, Mrs. Velma Jennings, Mrs. Mabel Gewking, and Mrs. Alice Loepr. The group gave her a corsage. In the evening Mr. arid Mrs. Carl Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. NorLon Jenni,rs I and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gaflaig- er an dfamity of Spokane vis- ited Miss Emh,off and her brother Ted. SCHOOL NE--- The senior class held its aa- nual senior welcone dance last Friday night. The dance was enjoyed by aU who alto-red- ed. Ghaperones were Mr. and Mrs. A1 loecks and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Bob Hardesty. 'Phe Liberty Lane Varsity team lost its second football game to Selkirk by a score of 3'2-7. Coac:h Romig said they played a very poor first hal f the new year. Any and shorted some improve- in becoming a ment in the second half. ember is welcome to at- Tbe freshman team is doing bring a parent, better. They brought .home a county member., [first victory by beating Free-i in the county a,r- man fresh 29-0. contest keld at Jack Coekburn, Jim esther- Fair. Becky l,r and Bob Pollock ef the Lib- first with a score eJrty FFA Judging Team placed ut of a possible 800. 21st out of 32 teams at the Spo- 0oramesser won as an ks, no Interstate Pair la'st Wed- 'nesday. In individual scoring Jim Ostheller place.d 11th out o,f 92 contesta.nts. Leaf Groce00 from Geiger Field )'lephone TE 8-1223 Neighborhood Grocery 7a. m. to9 p. m. 10a. m. to6p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Bubs Porter and family of Pza visited Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Green and family Satur4ay evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Little mad; familbr arid Cora'y Helner all of Spokane visited with Mr. and Mrs. Verl Harmer nd Roy Mill Sunday afternoon. Mr..and Mrs. Tom Jones and Mark and Mrs. &rues' par- ents Mr. arm Mrs. Tom Pow- ers .of Butte, Merit., were Sun- day guests at the home f Mr. and Mrs. Hark Jones. Mx. and Mrs. Bud Sie,ve, Bill, Marflyn, Joe, Carolyn .and Bobby spent Sunday aftern,ooa with Mrs. ladys Smith at Spokane valley. Miss Terry Baird was an overnight guest of Miss Rene Crabtree last Friday and spent Saturday at the Cb- tree home. Allan Rily was guest of hon- or at a birthday party Sunday afternoon. Alan and the guet s 17-24 Heights Grocery 7 DAYS A WEEK M. TO 9 P. M. Produce Meats, Gro- Toiletries, General FRANK HERRON'S "ff/te 00i//tap d'a/e (The Voice of Sports) On Sunset Highway Phone RI 7-9880 GOOD COMPANY D. A. Jaquith YOur' Free Press here jy23tf 00OOD FOOD Ham & Turkey HOOT unday, Oct. 3 10 a. m. Continuous I SP ments at the Sp,angle city park. Mr. and Mrs Gordon Cra*b-I e East Cheney Gardet rings t.oo. Do.n00ol . B, "? P.h,.,,. I ", 00ohm.d. visited with Mr. andMrs. Ster-, Jast Cheney grange Ch ling Friehman arid fay Sun-]thi s Friday evening, arler Members day afternoou. [ Mr. an:d Mrs. Fred Baird of Promotion o,f cl'asses wiM be/Spokane and Mrs. Susie Pier- Still Active In held at the Spangle Christian/s,o 1 o,f S,l, angle were last Sun- Happy Hour Clul UP YOUR EYES FOR HUNT- LUNCH AVAILABLE. GAMES FOR DOTERS. church Sunday, Oct 3 at 9-45 da- uests of Mr and Mr  ." . - .. y N ' . , . The Spangle Ladies Aid wr l ('heter Phil]in ,n,l .T,,h hold its next meeting at the I" Mr ,and 1VIr;Tr; fiel- n0mclt?. Mr. , / "' "' nIrYV:d f6,  pJanlnveGen nd/2n,ialY fsitSrps CithIeOaefroemb:n, M is welcome to arlene. IMrs Vern H, arri-, - .... " r--,- o-   . 2" ". Mrs Bertha Hal returned Mr arid Mrs ', ' : ' . [ . ' . Elde Ewmg o,f I gamze the Happy Hour cub home Saturday after visitingsan,ta Rosa t, ..... .,o, ..... ..... '' ll'Vl 11 a[lrU lanuy, va. 'ant weeks ues ..... " Mrs ob II i- ar-t wn:o [,, g  of Mr. and Mrs. [ T%e club, which las been t ,' 'r,-. |active stove 19z8, is maznly Cheney Gun Club in Mont., for several weeks. I Mrs. Hetty Evan.son of Pasco [ a social clu, b, but each year a visited Mr. and Mrs. George box ,of groceries arid the com- /StrouP last week Four Lakes e/ Hampton and Lisa were ,a[mUnjtYneedy'effrtSfamiiyareind'nated, he c'om-t .......... | munity. | The Happy Hour Club met By Mrs. Sidney Larson both are enrolled [rave Shaw, [at the,,, home of Mrs. Prank 4.H CLUB GETS AWARD wh) teaches in Oregoa spent Pegnanelle Thursday. Imnh Members of Busy Fingers Saturday night with Ray Dirks 4-H club had 24 entries at the Jr. Interstate Fair in the sewing Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rod,an divisl],on. Ribbons awarded' and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bert were: Spear and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blue, Kathy Barrick, wool, Wilcox and children spent suit and blouse; blue, Sandy  Sunday afternoon steel .head Barick, pajamas and robe; Cin- fi.shing .at Aiamota. dy Miller, pajamas; Cindy Ra- don, head scarf and pin cush- Ion. Red, Sandy Barrick, robe; Nora Lou Moore, skirt, blouse a,nd jerkin; Cindy Radon, cob- blots apron; Gayle W, il.eox, cobblers awon and mitt; White, Sandy Barrick, cot- ton dress; Connie,urt, tea towel and cobblers apro,n; Linda Hartford, blouse, skirt arid jumpe,r; Elaine Phifips'en, bed time outfit; Maha Yo- cure, jumper and skirt; Gay,le Wilcox, tea towel. Walt Goodman from Ana- c:onda, Mont., visited with his mother, Mrs. Gretchen Moser from Wednesday to Friday. Mrs. Myrtle Gauehui also from Anaconda spent Thursdiay with Mrs. Moser. Mrs. Herb Andrews is re- ported improving fro,m major surgery at Sacred He,rt 'h,ospi- ] ta.l. 1 Ru:sll Mace Sr, spent the Iweekend with h family. Lit- tle PatriCiao Mull,,ur, n.iece of }Ru,sse, sp.nt the weekend at the Mace,s. Enterirg open class K, aren Atki,ns took blue ribbons on Jackie Lynn Hartford, a wool suit and ..Jacket, waollmember of the Ju,sta,n Moran skirt and a cotton dress. ]4..H club reports that her club Awards in the coon,g di-!i won the herdsmanhip award vixen were: ,at the fair. was served and the ,a,fternoon was spaa,t playing cards. Larry and Henry Mumaw took turns being jockeys at the Interstate Fair this past week riding their AppM'oosas, with I-Ie.nry bringing in a win- er. Sixteen ribbons were won i in dKferent cIass showings of their horses. WiImcr Siegert and Marlin Mon,s, on are to be thanked for taki,g time to help build a ramp at the Art Shilfiam lome for Bern+ce Shilliam who has been very i]l with art,hritis and is unable to get to and from tbe house. Garden Swings Community church had a tmtluck diviner !Friday evening at the elm'ch with members and friends tm'ning out in good number. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ben- lmn and six children are liv- ing in the former Grode place on Polk Road. Mr. Benmn is employed in farm work. Fday, October 1, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 3 ors of America group rom Mead, and one .for the Fur Mounds Homemakers club. A hearty tlmnks to al who con- tributed gen, erously o,f their time ad talents. CHURCH NEWS Beginning Sunday, Sept. 26, Youth meetings will be leld at the Marsha Community church, every evening thr(mgh the f'oKowmg Sunday at 6:30 p. m. for Youth Emphasi Week. A differen program will =be 'presented each evemng. GRANGE NEWS Four Corners grange took third place on its 'booth at the fair. lara.dise grarge h,d a card party Saturdm,y evening, t the grange halai Booster night be held Oct. 15, preceded by a pouek dinner at 6 p. m. at I Iaugtmt, Farmingtox The ;Rtau.gusts' nine grarm were amorig friend 'and rela- tives invited. Mr. ,and Mrs. Raugust were married here Sett. 14, 1915. 2hey rec4ded in the vicinity o,f Odea and Reardan several years beore moving to a wheat farm near Spangle, which they operated until their retiremertt ir 1946. They !are members of Westnxinster Oongregatiarml church o_nd the Moran grange. Mrs. Robert Kk is lmme am1 recuperating from  re- cei sm'gery. ,. George Poitras was ecefly tmspitalzed at l)eaemmss for surgery, and is recovering nicely at home. The litras' san, Mike, has retuened to Ms teaching positions in Mmatesa- rite. tardse grange. .Mrs:. Eli Fielding cortJames RE .....  [to improve at lome fzxn'n a [KEAT ATTENDED J serious automobile adent ., Last weekend, Sept. 25-26, [i'n wdz the driver of the wes.tmimr C'ongre,gatien-[other car was fatay "injured. m cn, uren nero an,all-youth re- [ Mrs. L,avry Zaring (R'ose Ma- treat at Camp N-Sid-Sen on I rie Jlmon) here from Seattle Lake Ooeur d'Alerm in Idaho. 'to visit her parents, Mr. arm Mrs. Ernest Jahnn, was .h'on- Laa Evans was one o 28 members atteriding, and was pnted as a representative from the juriior class, chair, man of the spr[ng caa'rfival, and a cheerleader f, or the bas- ketball team. Yhe gup left at 7:30 a. m. Saturday, return- ing at 4 p. m. Sunday. The main purpose o,f the rerea was to acqu,aint the youth with the youth mJmstry, its purpos, es arid functions, and to set up a younth eouffcil. RECEPTION HELD Mr. and Mrs. Gotthilf Rau- gu'st .of Spokane .h:en)M at an open house reeep2on celebrating their g<rld. wed- ored with a surprise hoer last week. Among the many gifts presented to her was a photo album of ,her life. Mrs. Hal Hauer and Mrs. Matt Skoc- ilch pdnned the party. Last week Abert lly lind ,as visitors ,his nephew and family, the James Staffoeds f Sherwood, Or., and his sister- imlaw, Mrs. Glara Parrnedter of Spokane. Sunday Mr. Co- nelly joneye;d to the Pond Ovei21:e ver with ,his so al da'.uhter4n,law, Mr. and Mrs. oyd Oormelly. PEACE CORPS TEST The Peace Corps Placement Blue, Janet Hartford, cook- ies; Nora Lou Moore, decorat- ed cake; Bea Beck, beets and beans; Gayle Wilcox, bar cook- ies. Red, Julie Blakey, bar cook- ies; Jud Moore, ro,lled cookies a.nd cherry jam; Nora Lou Moore, jam and bandana bread; Boa Beck, bar cookies; C, ayl,e Wilcox, dop cookies and fudge; Sara Kay Mace, drop cookies; Lavonne Atkins, drop cookie. e, Gayle Wilcox, bis- cmts; Boa Beck, re2rigerat0r cookies arid drop cookies; La-, comae Atkins, fudge and bur cookies; Eaine Phil'hpsn, ba- na, rm bread; Sara K, ay Mce, chiffon cake. HUB CLUB MEETS 2he Hub club met last Thursday at the fire s{ation. Mrs. Gen Calyson was hstess. A discus'stun was held on the coming Craft Day F'est,ival Oct. 25 at the Darigold rom. Time is 10 o'clock. The pub- lic is invited. Members attending were were Mrs. Lloyd Lovetl, Mrs. Beriard Khne, Mrs. Bruce O fiver, Mrs. 3ahn Becker, Mrs. Lawre,nce Schmitt, Anna Er- furth and Mrs. Leon Barrick. Tuesday Mrs. Calyso,n and Mrs. Barrick attended a meet- ing ,at the court house exten- sion ofice on "Teen Age Clothing." GRANGE NEWS Four Lakes grarge 908 met Friday evening for its regul'ar meeting. The lecturer, Mrs. Mio Ball, was absent so there uasn't any program. Mr. aa,d Mrs. Ben Schlitz and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lar- son were on the 1,unvh com- mitee. Pomon grange met Sat- urday and a good crovd of finiSh, boring granges attended. The noon dinner was served by East Chancy, Amber ,and Tyler granges and the sti1per by Espanoa arid Four Lakes granges. SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETING A Sunday school meeting ws heId ast Tuesday a.t Mrs. Ted Radon's. The teachers and fficevs attended and yas were made for the the winter. Provnotion day was Sunday md 1l ellasscs excels adult moved up. Mr. and Mrs. Boots Earls- court spet ])ast Wednesday evening visiting he Gerald Larons. Sun,6ay Mr..and Mrs. Earlscou attended the an- imal salmon sh,oot at Endicott, sponsored by t2m Emticott gun cllb. They each won tbur fish. Mrs. Narma Favrand fl'om Portland is spendin,g a few days with her moher, Mrs. Sara Kirkpatriek. Ces last week with Mrs. Iirkpatriek were Mrs. Jhn Beaker and Mrs. Edith Mu,rbauh. Mr. and Mas. R Ltmaas of Spokane took Mrs. Kirkpatrick into town to visit Will Kirk- patrick ,t the Shavoa Arms Nug Home, last Wednes- day. Mrs. Lumas is a dauffh- ter of Mr. Iivkpatriek. Mr. ,ad Mrs. Keith Powel visited at he Kirkpatrick horse Sun- day. Joe Hemy of Seattle was a house guest of Den Dirks. They left for Westem Wash- in,on State College in Belling- 1-tam Saturday morning where Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller were dinner guests Su:rday of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and !Mrs. George Nikotieh. Mike i a:d the chiIdren attended the fair in the afterrioon and Jean spenl the time with her par- e'nts a,nd called on old rien,ds. Mrs. Eaine Canmrg under- went major sttrgey Monday at St. Lukes hospital. lVLr. and Mrs. Doal.d Holt, former residents of Four Lakes, ,are the very proud par- ants ,of a baby girl. The ittle miss weighed 8 pound,s, 7 oun- ces and joins brothers I?a'uee aged 7 and Craig aged 6. The tIotts live at Seaside, Ore. Alex Stamper has returned to his ,home from the Veterans hospital in polane. Mr. SSam- dins anniversary in Westmins, Test will be given Saturday, SCHOOL NEWS ter Cngregational church on OCt. 9 at 9 a. m. in the (knmdl The PTO meeting will be Sundial, Sept. 26. The event I Chamlbes of the Oheey city hel:d Oct. 11 at 8 p. m. with was plannod for their paens[.hl. Te test is n:t posed or coffee hum" at 7:30. Mr. and by Mrs. Henry (Loons) Cmse, I faled; it measures gerieql up- Mrs. Wilmer Siegert wi show Marshall; Mrs. John (m'othy) [titude arm is nsed by the sldes ,of the trip to Epe. i Tormirm, Spokane; Harvey ] Peace Corps s  tool in match- Everyone is invited. Raugu,st, Spangle; and Calvin ling volunteers and jobs. last Saturday vitovs at the " "" ,,,, ,, , , ,, , , ,,,,, , ,,,,, , , Iiampton home. David Ba,bb Mrs. John BbbandMrs. Anna Is She YOUR Phi]flips were Saturday guests. Mr. and Mrs. David Buddd- ,iS, Duane ad MiChael wel'e CHENEY weekend guests of Mz. and Mrs. CMren!ce Davis and Mrs:. Arma Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Je LaNsh Jimmie and Jennifer were kast N E I G H B O R ? Surday guests <ff Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sponger .and fany of per is abl, e to be out dors fr a few min, utes a dmy. Menday i e.vening visitors at Stampers; were Mr. and Mrs. Jim G,oad-I win ar sorts and Mr. and Mrs. tJenry Kight and family. [Spending a few $ with Mrs. Stamper is her ger Mrs. Ha- zel Connely rom Colvflle. Mrs. Betty Speaf, Mrs. Jean ditler and Mrs. Thelm,a Atkins were h.stesses for a bridal shower for Jane Moore. L'wenty-f, our friends atteadefl and many lovely gifts were presented to the bride to be. Miss Moore and John Kon- dratowiez are to be married Saturday everiin,g in the Bap- tist church in Airway Heights. Many from the Four Lakes commum:ty attended the wed- ding Saturday of Mis Lois Weber and Harold Pendel Jr. at the Method,it Church in Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry White of Calgary, Can,ado were here for the wedding and Mrs. Min- nie White from Spokane and Mrs. Jesse Sleoeks, all were guests or breakfast Su,nffy at the H. B. Pendel'Is. Mrs. Barbara lViattausch and Its. Jesse Silcocks were din- nor guests l'ast Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. EaE Pende,tl. Mrs. Silcoeks als lunched Saturday and Mordy wit.h the Perde,lls. Spa'ague. Last week on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brovn were acompaaaied by M. and Mrs. Ray Bmdeson of Four Lakes to Crgmont, Idaho, vthere they were dinner guests f Mr. and Mrs Harry Smick, for- n-rer re, siderits of Cheney. James I-Iasock, a grandson, of Browns was a house guest ef the Browns and did the driving on the way home. They stopped at Pullman to visit an- other grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Keith May. Mrs. Esther Stelzer aPA her mroch, er, Mrs. Mary Knecht of Warden, called on Anna Phil- lips last Friday afternoon. Paradise Prairie Marshall News By Lana Evans (held over om last week) Prancers Take Grand Championship The Prairie Pranvers 4-H torse dub of Paradise Prairie was awarded the Grand Cham- pion,shi.p for its booth at the Spkrie Interstate fair. Only two oilier Grand Clmpion- ship award,s wore made on booths, one for a Future Farm- Are you lonesome today? Do you miss that young voice and gay chatter? Your college student is as close as your telephone... Call today, anywhere in the United States for $1.00 or less, after 8 p.m. Cheney Telephone Co. I II I II I IIIII I I Little girls are found here, there, everywhere. Some of them need a neighborly, helping hand. YOUR hand. Of course, you may not be able to guide the Girl Scouts, or give a little rheu- matic fever victim her shot, or counsel a bud- ding juvenile delinquent. But United Crusade canYou make one pledge and 31 local UC agencies have hundreds of skilled, dedicated hands. Share Your Blessings II check the fair share square! Spokane County United Crusade Cheny Division American Red Cross--American[ Social Health Ass'nArthritis & Rheumatism Foundation-- Booth Memoriel HospitalBoy Scouts of Amer- ica--Camp Fire Girls--Catholic Family Service ---Children's Home Society of Washington-- Community Mental Health Center--Community Welfare CouncilFa|rchild Youth Center-- Family Counseling Service---Girl Scouts of USAGood Shepherd Home--Lutheran Family end Child Services--Sa[vation Army--Spokane Area Safety CouncilSpokane County Cancer AssciationSpokane RehabiUtetion Center-- St. Anne's Infants' Home---St. Joseph's Chil- dren's Home---United Service Organization-- Visiting Nurses AssociationVolunteers of AmericaWashington Association for Retarded ChildrenWashington Citizen's Council of the National Council on Crim and Dellnquency-- Washington State Association for Mental Health Washington State Heart Association (N. E. Branch)YMCA, cityYMCA, valleyYWCA. I