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[] J I 2 2 i b tl ts Lt- Ld te st r- O- n d 3" 1" h g ff 8 )- i- d Spangle News By Joanne Green BEGINS YEAR rlTH 14 MEMBERS Spangle Hoe and Grow club began its ne,w club with an enrollment of 14 I leanbers and three new mem- ors, Mike and Shannon Dod-i a and Beverly Syverson. The arious projects this year are .or leadership, baking I, od pro,riders, meal prepara- n, clothing, garden, yard tutification, child care and )hits. m!iLC_lub members held a Hallo- n party at the Service Club turday night. Becky Flaig tl Marilyn Sievers planned embers to receive their ards and pins will be given v. 10 at 7:30 p. m. at the r Lakes Grange hall. Each b will furnish entertain- teat and refreshments will be Wed. Four clubs, East Che- , Lance Hill, Spangle Hoe Grow and Cheney Ranch- will p.articipate. |,he SpaP, gle Hoe and Grow Club is having a card party 7k8 p. m. at the Spaaagle school IPfeteria. CAL NEWS Crace Bvers attended a GOP he.en in Spokane last Men- Y. lj-. and Mrs. Art Byers ned Mr. and Mrs. Joe Byers Itot Springs, Ment., Tuesday. returned home Friday. ILl&apos;he Young Peoples group a hayride Oct. 25. Every- enjoyed refresmeaats vrf rds" JLv.eral men unloaded the i'. coal last Mo,rrday. They [uajoyed dirmer at the Alle,n e-vehen the job was done. iss" Ida Em'hoff has return- 'home after syending some at Deaeeness Hptal Ft'e Fairfield Nursing ;; e. She is doirtg very well e study sessrts started 1 at lhe Spangle hris- church. Everyone is wel- ' nirtder----The OBS pa.m [e feed at the lodge hall is ay, beginmng a't 8 a. m. 12p m. Ohe S'angle Laes Ad will l a paghetti feed at the lagle chin-oh Nov. 13. There l be a bazaar and O ,hstmas l kl will be on sale. laere were two fire calls on lay. One was the re,suit of een pranksters burning . tires in the middle o a street. The other was !t n,oen at the Leonard J J ) P 6 R $ na home. . number o.f Spangle people -aded the Waverly Grange er Sunday aftern,oon. r. and Mrs. Art Byers and and Mrs. Ben Gerking at- led the Des,ciples of Christ ict convenion in S polane day evening. and Mrs. Gene Stark, n, were Sunday evening ts at the Ed Strock home. ;Y Monday dirmer ts at the Ronnie Green Inr, ie Green is home from : tan,a now. The company snowed out. and Mrs. Verl Helmer an open house at the Sanitarium on Sun- Tyler Newz By Wanda Stengle NIGHT HELD Booster Night was Halloween Eve. An even- filled with the spirit of fellowship was en-i by all. Decorations fol- the autumn theme. nine from the Tyler were present. granges repre- were Amber, Crab Plaza, Espanola, Wau- Cheney, Four Lakes le. Hill, state deputy, pre- a recorded Booster 'address by State Maser, Nelson. Mrs. Doabz received her 25 yr pin. Mrs. Alvin Chflders of was given a gift cex- for a wedding present. @arade of the ,gbls was l'ed by recitations, singing ].uncing acts A skit, per- |[ by Mrs. Francis Brown, ILtea and David Brown, tS)Pped only by the very !" aUpper that was served. RIDE HELD old fashioned hay ride kogressive part was held of Mr. and Mrs. a Saturday night. Hot "te and hot dogs were I'  to the teenage group .e, Nazarene chinch of / there the party went home of Nr. m,d Mrs. where cider and followed everal h-  wagon then rolled and Mrs. Don Shea's cap cakes and punch. were present. MENTIONS and Mrs. Bob Shea re parents of a new I baby boy born early Nov. 2. ,,,.r'"an"'" News The baby weighed 8 pounds  6 ounces and ,has been named Jeffrey Brian. He jodns a broth- er and sister at home. Mrs. Shea and new son are in St. Lukes hospital in Spokane. Grange meeting for Tuesday evening has beer. cancelled be cause of de many melnDers who would have been absent, serving on eleeton boards. John Ham and Lonnie Lynch atte,nded a John Decre meet- ing in Spokane last Wednesday night. Sue Ham and her father at- tended the annual Job's Daugh- _ters banquet :at the Masonic Iqall in Cheney last Tuesday evening. By Katherine Holl'oway RUMMAGE SALE SET The Espanola Women Club has set the date for its annual rummage sate for Nov. 19 at North 9 Bernard Street ,in Spo- kane. Anyone having articles to donate may leave them with Ollie Henning or ca:ll any of the club members. The chtb will meet next on Nv. 18 at the home of Ameba Griffith with Ollie Henning as co-hostess. WILLMS HAVE SON Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wims, button holes by a new method and fitting patterns, and on :bow to keep that pattern em the straight of the material. Two more lessons will be held. TOWNSHIP MEETS The Espanola Township met Tuesday evening ,at the home o Minnie aad Dave Petersn. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hodgs:on, Mr. ,and Mrs. Oscar Reitmeier, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beattie and A1 Willms. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. F]o.rence Sehultz o,f Waukon was a Thursday visit- or at the home of Mrs. Carl Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Doe Davis, with, his brother, Hank Davis, a,n,d wife Peggy, Ritzville, enjoyed an afternoon of hunting last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris and daughter Donna enjoyed Sunday dinner at the home of his brother, Luther Harris, La- mont. Mrs. Grace Michaelson, with her ather, Les Brown, called on her mint, Mrs. Emma Brown, Sprague, who has re- turned borne after a short stay in the RitzvEle hospital. Mrs. Anita Mauer is in Sac- red Heart hospital of Spokane, where she was confined ,by ill- neiss last Thursday night. Mrs. Jack Brown has been ill with a severe co.d for the past week. Mrs. Clarence Kartehner's daughter, Mrs. Goldie IAndsey, Troy, Mont., underwe.nt major surgery at Sacred Heart hospi- tal. She is spending the week with her mother while recover- lng. Mrs. Polly Ableraan visited her sster, Mrs. Emily Co,bel, Cheney, last Saturday. Rusty Maynard, with his mother, Mrs. Stela Maynard, Orient, were Saturday morn- i,ng visitors at the Clarence Kartchner home. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peterson were Mrs. Ida Ham, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ham, Lorn!a and Larry from heney. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Able-i man's son, Lee, with his sons, Gary and Steve, were Sunday aftern, oon visitars. Mr. and Mrs. Art Steaagle and children called on the Jack Cole family of Paradise Prairie Sunday. M. Vel:ma Davis, with Mrs. I-hank Konshuk, drove to Far- mington last Tuesday to visit the Don Krogstad family. Mrs. Francis Brown caed on Mrs. Velma Davis Su;rd,ay a.$tern,oon. Mr. and Mrs. E'va Turnutl parents of three girbs, nov Mieky Moriarty anrd Patt Sol- have a son, Roger Allen, born fridge visited Saturday at the Oct. 28 at St. Lukes Hospital. I)[arvin qllms home. The Don The little fellow weighed sev-[.lcuanm, ess family of Ciheney en pounds and 12 ounees. The I visited ..... with the Moriart5 s. oa I sisters at home are Colleen, [Thursday. The Mori,artys vit- Kathleen and Carolyn. led at the McCandless ho,me on [ Sunday. FESTIVAL ATTENDED / Russell S,]mon:s and Jerry Mrs. Ratt Selfridge worked Wilson o,f q'onasket were Sun- with the fall festival of cra,$ts Monlday at the Dariffold Build- ing. About 400 attended bhe Spokane Ccmnty Homemakers displ,ay of crafts. EXTENS/ON COURSE HELD Attending the Spokane County Extension sewing course Thursday at the ho,me of Mrs. Doyle in Spokane were Edna Reitmeier of the Espan- ola group and Mrs. Oliver of tbe Four Lakes club. This first lesson was on mraking bound Juneau, Alaska, were the hon- ored guests. Attendi'ng were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Radon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wil- cox and family, Mrs. Del Gil- lium and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Getig mad faity, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nelson arrd Mrs Ethel Howell. Last Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erfuh arid seas and Mrs. Anna Erfurth were dinner guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Herma Peters. Mrs. Ray Steiner, formerly of Four Lakes, visited Mrs. Russell Mace Monday morn- ing, while Mrs. Steborn was here on business. The Sen- barns are now living at Waa Walh. Mr. and Mrs. Eldn Jenicke had a potluck dirmea- t their home with about 20 guests at- tending, irmluding Mrs. Bar- bara Moran ,and her two boys. Callers larst week at the home of Mrs. KLrkpatriek were Lu,e'e Fetzner, Jack Stroub, Mrs. Crooks, Mrs. Erfurh, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jarbeau and Mrs. Elle Jarbeau, Hugh Olrnsted and his gradd,auhter Cheryl day dinner guests at the home of Minnie and Dave Pecerson. Sandy Re.;tmeier, EWSC stu- dent, spent the w,e,ekend at the home of her paren:s. Janice Cogswell and Shirley Hodgson were guests of Gret- chen Graham Friday evening for a slumber party following the footbal! game. Dnner guests of the Gordon Hodgsans Wednesday were Mr. and Ivh's. E. C. Hodgsn of Veradale, Mae Sather, Irene Rosenau and Thelma Th.omp- son. On Thursday the Hodg- sons and Mac Sat'her drove to Tekoa to have ltnteh with Mrs Reed Har.son and Mrs. Cath- erine Hanson. , Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arrold xee Saturday evening d i'ner guests at the Ll, oyd Knapp home. Thursday dinner guests at the Richard Manke home were Mr. and Mrs. Errol Saxrders and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mullen and family of Spokane. The Bill MeGouriaas were Wednesday evening supper guests at the Chris Johnson home in Spokane. Sunday dinner gues,ts at the tIoward WiIliams ,home were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph CAizer, Ruth and David of Davenport. Gall Osterhaut of ScatHe as a Saturday overmg,ht guest of Terri Musser. Too Many Cheat Too many drivers cheat on the rules of the road, then be- come indignant when they don't get away from it. Don't try to re-write the traffic laws while drivhag. An innocent per- son, perhaps a child, mig'ht get burr. from Hartford were Sunday, of Spokane. night visitors at the home of[ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rosenau. I were Saturday e veaing guests Mrs. Do,n Shea had lunch[fnMr"so and Mrs. Fred Peter- with her grandmother, Mrs. l' orence r,awel, in Spokane  Mrs. red Vete=on, who last Thursday [room mther for the first and Mick Swanson, Spokane, e n Isecond grades at Four Lakes route to Pasco, stopped to visit l School, helped give the Hal- with his tmcle and aunt, Mr. !loween party laser Friday. md Mrs. Donald Davis. Mrs. Mary Wilcox came The small hob-goblins, gob- lins and spooks were treated very ncely as they called in our neighborhood Halloween night. Therefore no tricks! Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7.7606 HUB CLUB TO MEET Four Lakes Hub Club will meet Tuesday at 10:30 a. m. at the Four Lakes Town Hall. Mrs. Russell Mace will be hos- tess. Bring any needed mater- ials to work on projects for .home from the hospital Sun- day. She would 'like to thank her many friends for card's and remembrances. Mrs. Ted Holly, Mrs. Frank Setegil, and Mrs. Henry Wyn- stra gave a birthday dinner Sunday for Miss Emm'a Mat- tausch of Rsalia. Miss: Mat- tausch wa 86 years ,old. There were 20 present. Bill Fitzner is in critical con- dition in Sacred Heart Hospi- tal. No visitors please. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Grif- fin of Plummer, Idaho, spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Del Standerfer and fam- ily, where Mrs. Griffin remain- the bazaar ed to be near her son Bill. , t Mrs. Jerry Larson and fam- 4H NIGHT SET ', r " . . 1",5 we, e Sunday callers of Mr. A 4-H Achmvement mghtland Mrs. Jack Hartford and will be held Tuesday at the [family. Four Lakes Grange IIall at[ 7:30. The two local clubs will[ be jo'ined by four other clubs J irector ythe in Cheney ,area to present D pins and awards. Refresihments will be served afterward. CROOKS HOME Claude Crooks s come lme from the nurs'mg home in wb2eh he ,has been co,fined for the past several mon,ths. BOY SCOUTS MEET A reorganization meet'rag of the Boy Scouts was held Wed- nesday at the Town Hall with comnsioaer Gene Doll of Se, who spoke to the par- ents and boys. Anyme inter- ested  Boy Scu,ts between the ages of 11 ad 18 who missed the meeting may eo- tat Orville Phil.'psan. JOHNSONS TO MOVE Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnson, who ,have lived at Four Dake:s sinve ey mtl from Ephra- ta in 1926, are moo'rag to Ken- newick, where they ave rent- ed a hu:se. They are moving because, of the new state hih- way. The reason for their move to Kennewck  because heir son, Carl, lives there. They will be moving in e very near future. PERSONAL MENTIONS A family reunion ws held at the Bert Spear 'h'me in Spokane Sunday aternoen. Spear's brother, Ralph Randall, and his wife, from FLOOR SANDING Flar srding and finsh- hag, 30 years experience. Andy Anderson, E. 1409 Central, Spokane, HUdson 7-0171. Clip out far future refer- once. A.7-0.30 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. Yiday, November 6, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 3 Cheney High School Friday, Nov. 13 7:30-11:30 p. m. H. S. Gym & Auditorium Vaudeville Show Crowning of King and Queen Matinee for- High School Students Betz 7th & 8th Grade Evening Performance- For Parents and Others. Prizes 1st - Combination TV-Stero AM & FM Radio 2nd - Floor Polisher 3rd - Transistor Radio CONCESSIONS 7:30-11:30 p. m. 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