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Spangle News • By Jeanne Green TEACHERS ;IT HIGH SCHOOL Tuesday 27 teachers European ,and South visited Lib- High School. observed classes and many o.f the stu- questions about their countries. Mr. Crithchlow them about the Liberty District and conductec on a tour of the high during whic:h they were lunch in the school teachers are partici- in a teacher exchange sponsored by the Council on Civiliza- and the Department of Education, artd Wel- visitors were entertain- homes throughout the Families entertaining Spangle were Mr. and Harold Girsberger, Mr. Gordon Crabtree, Mr. Don Johnson and Mr. Earl Rohwer. countries were repro- in the group, including Colombia, Mexico, Den- Sweden, Finland, The Italy, Spain and was held in the Service club room evening. The guests ] and each told they had been doing dr- stay. their visi.t the returned to Seattle to further lectures at the Other plans include in San Francisco, a in Los Angeles and an tour of the south- the southern tour, the will return to Wash- D. C., to take a char- tour of Permsylva- New England. Fotlow- tour of the eastern they will return to D. C., where they until they leave homes on ,the last day BANQUET 4-H clubs from East Lance Kill, Chney Busy Fin. gers and Hoe and Grow clubs their annual district banquet at Four ; grange ,hall Nov. 10. Ap- 175 members ad attended. A very nice with Dwight Zehm as of ceremonies, was pre- Each club gave two mu- mbers or skits and the of club was read. the Hoe and Grow given by Carol with a pinro s0o skit "The by ari.lyn, Sievers, Gayie Schie- Becky Faig. Kruiswyk preserRed Piersol a silver pin for the best demons,traon chmpio ribbon club members; SpHchal, silver pin II and a c:hampio for best record book book; Jane Raugust, pin for most canning and exh,bi,ts; Judy slver pin f, or best Robin Crabtree, silver bakin,g I and record Flaig, siPcer pin fair ehibits, with 71 for 284 points, and a ribbon for her rec-I Marityn Sievers, a ribbon for an excel- book in food pres- blue ribbons for ,books were ary rectory SAN DI NG sanding and finish. years experience. Anderson, E. 1409 Spokane, HUdson out for future refer- A.7-O.30 Dry Cleaners PRESSING ALTERATIONS SERVICE IRST 2354732 0. B. Electric D SERVICE Wiring Motors, Pumps CH. 4-2705 SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 BROS. Barry, Dwight Zehm, Giayle[ I__J /'L ...... the disict achievement pro- Schieche and Janet Piersol. I  I:a| Ley g [gram at Four Lakes Grange Other special awards were[ ........ [Nov. 10 with 17 members re- presented to the garden judg-I y Anna rnt,nps I ceiving pins for comlleting ing team which pa, ced third in ]CARD PARTY HELD " their projects. state at Yakima State Fair [ Mr. and Mrs. Don MatQuar- Ed Emtman received special Becky and Judy, a blue ribbon and Becky a white banner and arden silver pin. They also re- ceived a blue ribbon for their jndging at the IntersVate Fair. Gayle Schieche received her plaque for making the best pple pie at the Iaterstate Fair. Presentation of pins were awarded for the year o,f com- pleted club work. First year pins went to Debbie Byers, Robin Crabtree, Shirley Cra- mer and Anna McKinlay; s,ec- ond year, to Patty Johnson, Sharon Piers, ol, Dennis Rau- gust and Carol Ann Splichal; third year, Gayle Schieche and Barry Zehm; fourth year, Becky Flaig, Dick Rasmussen, Marilyn Sievers and Gary Zehm; fifth year, Jane Raugust and Judy Cornmesser; sixth year, Dwight Zehm; ninth year, Darrell Flaig; and ass,ociatted member, Janet Piersol. LOCAL NEWS Erwin C. Zehm has moved to the Cheney ranch s son Larry occupies until his trans- fer to MinneapMis. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wich- man :and family of Spokane will move to the Zebra's Spangle home. Mr. and Mrs. ordon Green visited Roy Mill and the lon Greens Friday evening. Learma Hofman'n was chos- en as the 1964-65 VFA Sweet- hart ,at t, he barn dance Friday n, ight. Leanna will receive her FFA Sweetheart jacket at the parent-son banquet in the sprirg. Students making the high honor roll for the first nine weeks were: senors, Ahn Roeeks, Johr Jaladyna, Iis Wittwer, Sharon Ledered nd Valerie Wolf; juniors, Jtdy CornaU, lat COrnwall, No, my Groth, Juie Roellieh, Carol Toepke arid Darlene Wright; sophomores, Jane Brinohen, Bob Pollock, Jerry Se'hieche .and Dwight Zehm; freshmen, Jackie Hahner, Janet Choate, Lynn Den.nJe and Phyllis HOf- matin. The B honor .roll includes: seniors, Bob Ctausen, K, athy Clausen, Karen (arber, Lean- zta Hofmann, M, ary Schmidt, COnnie Hoffman, Kay Cupp, !and Jim COle; juniors, Beverly Baden, Barbara Hollig, Rober- ta Hohnson and Gayle Rocks; sophomores, Linda Clausen, Leigh Critchlow, Ron H, ahner, Sally Felgehauer, Gloria Goodner, Marsa Hein, Sue Pottratz, Steve Powell and Becki Swanson; freshmen, Bon- nie Bareither, Barbara Gibson, Rick Hurnelt, Cindy Konshk Ton Wiley, Alvin Orwiler Judy Pollock, Marilyn Sievers Rex Rohwer, and Wanda Tut fie. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones and baby of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Bill McKern and David of Me:taline Falls spent Veter- an,s Day at the Jones home. Mrs. Earl Whittner, Debbie and Dena spent Sunday with Mrs. Whittner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bacon and daughter spent Wednes- day visiting ,at he homes, of Mr. and Mrs, Bill Schieche and Mr. and Mrs. Virl Helmer. About 50 people attended the first church potluck Sun-i rie and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence awards, a blue ribbon and a Davis were hosts hst Saturday evening at East Cheney Grange hall pinochle party. Eight tab- les were in play. Men's prizes went to Jolm Babb, high; Harry ttampton, second high, and R,ay Stevens, door prize. Lad- ies, Mrs. Joe Beke, high, and Mrs. Carl Hair, second, and Mrs. Chester Phil, lips, travel prize. The grange will meet this evening for etecfi'on of of. ricers. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. George Stroup aecom- pan4ed her son, Carroll Mac- Lean, and family of Valleyforc to O.thello, where they were )otluck dinner guests of a nephew, Stardey M'acLean, and other relatives hst Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dogl,as Kile, Jack and Connie were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips and Johnny. Spokane County Pomona Grange meets Saturday at t,he Spring Hill grange hall at 10:30 i a. m. The evening sevsi,on is l t 7:30 p. m. 4-H ACTIVITIES East Cheney 4-H took part in day evening. After the droner 3_r. and Mrs. Art Byers sh, oced slides of their summer trip. The Ladies Aid saghetti dinner was a great success and showed a pofit of over $150. The fancT work and gourmet tble ,tool,: in $16.55. Mrs. Leona Danielson, presi- dent of the state Rebelca,h as- sembly, and Mrs. Leih Keevy, state warden, were honored guests at Pmrose Rebeah Lodge Wednesday night. Mrs. Streek and Mrs. Green read poems and Mrs.  Sievers played a piano s(lo. Whfte re- freshments were belg pre- pared Helmeth Suksdorf, on,. his accordion, and Mrs. Joe Gardner, on he pi, ano, enter- taiaed. Mrs. Marie SMpley o4 Yak- ]ma spent several days at the Don Johnson home. Mrs. Ship- ley is Mrs. Johnson's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Armin Vogt spent last week in Post Fls with Mrs. Vogt's family. Her father is quite ill. They re- turned to their home Sunday. The mumps are still around Spangle. Little Terry Lupin- cci ,and Shannon Denton are rtaw in bed wih them. Several were sent home from school hlnki,'n,g they had mumps. Mrs. Helen CampbeB, Mrs. gold medal for first pl',ace in the garden judgin,g .at Inter- state Fair and a third place ban,ner and bronze pin for third place in: ,the sate garden judging at Yakima. Helen Hen4ricks p}ayed a piano solo ani Linda Hardie a bass,oon s;ol,o fro" the program. East Cheney 4-H met with 15 members and four parents )resent. President Judy Babb appointed committees for the coming year. Project work was discussed a n d members worked on their record books. rs. Del Hardie will be the new lader for the arden and weed projects. Refreshments were served by Karen Dobbins and Linda and David Hardie. Mrs. Dick Camp attended the Spokane County leaders' program 'at Trentwood Grange. Others from East C'heney who received pins but were unable to attend were Mrs. Albert Babb. Junior }eaders who re- ceived pins were Mary and John Boots and Jo,hn Phillips. MEETINC ATTENDED Mrs. Mike B ur,dega, Mrs. Glen Kincaid, Mrs. Leroy Rus- sell, Deer Park, and Mrs. Dick Camp attended ,the state d,ary wives meeting in Oly.nia (m Friday. The guest speaker was W. D. Knox, editor of the Hoards Dairyman magazine.  topic was "Sell or Suffer." In the evening they attended the s:tide  commentary of Dr. George Duby and Eett Deck on their "'People To People" tour Snside Europe ar, d Russia. Any penetrating wound can int'roduce tetanus spores into the body. The bacteria live in soft, in dirt and dust, and can be found .aLmost anywhere. CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos. als are available for education. al equipmert and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room ]21, Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Puvcha,ing. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) Friday, November 20, 1964 Cheney Free Press Attention Motorists The City of Cheney has presently in effect an ordinance restricting overnight parking on city streets. The purpose of this ordinance is to enable city crews to plow snow without being hampered bv parked cars. So that you may be informed of the provisions of that ordinance, they are printed below. Ordinance D-45 - Article VIII, Sec. 76 (1), It shall be un- lawful to park or to leave parked any vehicle on any street of the city of Cheney between the hours of 1 a. m. and 6 a. m. from December 1 to March 1. It shall be unlawful to park or to leave parked any vehicle on any street of the City of Cheney except the central business district during heavy snowfall (heavy snowfall meaning a fall on the ground of two inches or more) at anytime between 4 p. m. and 7 a. m. It should be noted that the last paragraph does not con- tain any limiting dates, but will be in effect with the ad- vent of a snowfall of two or more inches, without warn- ing. The City of Cheney Roy Foss: Clerk Berthe Hall, rs. Vi, oh Bh,uert .and Mrs. Lorretta Groth re- ceived their caps and diplomas as grey ladies last Thursday. The group is eonnetted with the Red Cross. They helped in hospitals and nursdng homes. ! Mr. and Mrs. God,on Crab- tree and girls were Sunday dinner guests at the Ron Green home. In the evening Mr. and lrs. Greg Anderson and fam- ily visited with the Greens. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rielly, Beverly and Alan, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sehieehe and Mrs. Mar- tha Neilsen enjoyed cake and ice cream Sunday ,Mternoon at the Eb Baird home. Baird was celebrating his birthday. Later in the day Mr. and Mrs. Harry RieHy traveled to Che- hey to the Fred Shoal home to celebrate Shoaf's birthday. Blizzard Proof Insulated Coveralls Now you can farm, hunt, ski, fish, work, fly or play in warmth without weight! note these important features: • cotton gabardine shell", ® scott-foam insulated • knit storm cuffs, • two-way zipper • elasticized waist • small tool pockets • action back • sleeve pencil pocket • water repellent • 100% nylon lining • snap bottom I'egs • zippered chest pockets • inside dry pocket • hip pockets (one zips) • spot & stain resistant • wash without worry Don't let Santa shove you around. 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