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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 3, 1965 Spangle News By Jeanne Green ALLEN REILLY GETS PROMOTION IN ROTC Allen Reilly, ,a fresman at WaShm,gton State University, has reeently received a prm,o- tion in the ROTC. He was one of eight freshmen promoted to airman 1st ,class. Allen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reilty of Spa'n,gle. RICK CORNMESSER MARRIES ROXlE GRUB A large number of paople attended the wedding of .Rick Corn, messer arid loxie Grub last Saturday evening in the United Church ,of Ohrist 'at Cheney. There was a point of inter- eat Which be,came kn0wn sev- eral day's be, fore the w.ecding which wi!l be of intee,st to nm,ny Spangle residents. The two families, talking toge,ther, went back to school @ays and discovered Rick's grandfaCher, Joe Byars, and Roxie's grand- mother, Mrs. Arie Barl'ett, lltf Ed Doten Agency then Lorretta Priniger, attend- ed le Mountain View sciho)l which vcas located near where George lade,n now lives. There will be several ocher people in Spangle who mas' remebm- ber Mrs. Barlett frmn their school days. Joe and borve,tta :ot reacquainted at the wed- dH,g Saturday evening. BRUNCH HELD AT HALL HOME Mrs. Bertha Hall had a hrunvh Saturday morning for Mrs. Naomi Grunewald, a for- mer resident of Spangle. Her home is in Oakland, but she is n.ow in Yakima worknfg an the poverty program whieh is part of the Peace Corps:. Thanks,givig day guess at the Norton Jennin,gs home we,re Mr. and Mrs. Bra:ndt Ken- nedy, Brenda a, ad Steve, Mr. and Mrs. George Dodson, Mike, Shannon, Shelly, Kevin and Cameron, all of Spiokane, Mr. and Mrs. John Cm:lbel and Mr. Elmer Baughn. Fred Kvauol, Mrs. GOadys 1 Smith of Sp,okane and Mr. n.d Mrs. Herb Krauel, Kathy ad 'Dick wore the gues{s of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sieve,rs and iumly on Th,anksgiving day. Gues,ts of Mr. and Mm. Verl :tIetmer on Thanksgiving in- cl'uded Mr. and Mrs. ord, an Green and Lea Green, al (f Spokane. Mr. nd Mrs. G,ordon ra.b- tree, Kobin, Rene and Do.nna [taveed to enn,ll Wedes- day and spent Thankisiving with Mr. at Mrs. Jack M,b- bert ad Judy and Mr. and Mrs. San, Van den Seen Ho- ven. They returned Tlmrsday evening. Mr. and M,s. Don Johnson, Patty, Tommy and Jacquie s'ent Thanksgiving in Yakima with 'relations and returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster, Kimberly, Robin and Jimmy of Spokane and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Ron'nie Green,, I)om4e and Lonnie spent Thanksgiv- ing with Mr. anid Mrs. Ed Struck. Mr. and M, rs. Ben Gerking were tle guests of M,r. and Ms. Karald Allem (m Tlmnls- giving day. Mr. and Mrs. gay Tin-nor .nd family entertain,ed in Lew- isan on Thanks, giving. Their guests included Mr. and Mrs. Art Byers, Mr. ,rd Mrs. Oliver Olsn, Mrs:. NetUe Mill and Mr. arid Mrs. Peter Seo, An- exs arid Eileen. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Iiler and family entertained at their ,home in Spoka,e ont Ttmrksgivig. Their guests wre Mr. a'ml Mrs. ank Jones of Sprgie, Mr. ad Mrs. Je- ry Sohmidt and Mary, l$ontague, Mr. ad Mrs. Jim Enzler and baby, Mr. ad rs. R,obet ad Barbara, all of Fairfield, Mr. mad Mrs. Tom Jones .arid Mark, M. &nita Mse arid &be ,of Spoance, Mr. arcl Mrs. Bob,,h Wesffa, Monic and Bil'y ad David M_eKevn cff Metline Falls. lr. and Mrs. Hery Brewer f Keq, Mrs Ltmi Orwiler of Siver6ale, Mrs. Genevieve Howey, Brad Brewer anal Bob Davids,o .of Spokane wel'e Thanksgiving dtay guests o Mr. and Mrs. Ausn B,rewe. The Henry Brewers and Mrs. O'rwiler spent several days with the Brewer and returned to their homes Sun- day. Mr. 'and Mrs. Reuban Getz and family of Povtl,nd and Keith Girsberger s p e n t Thanksgiving (ay with Mr. and Mrs. I4aro}d Girsberger. The Getz family sl:ayed until Saturday. The West Liberty Boosters met l'ast Tuesday eveirg and :he,td open louse for the par- ents. Several te,achers showed different projects tha their students are wo,rkin,g on. Mrs. Marge Denton re;ported a net profit of over $200 on the pro- jeers. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carmi- ehael and Children of ssa- qulh were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hank Jo,nes. Mr. and Mrs. Art Byers and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Scott, And- era and Eileen were recent dirmer guests at the H.ovaee Cu'pp bam, e in Fairfield. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy J,ohn- sn entertained Mrs. Lettie Vaace and Mrs. Pauline Roh- wer t dHner Sunday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Bill Bye,rs vis- ited several faraiies in the Spagle area over the week- end. They were Sun,lay dinner guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Art Byers. lr. ,and Mrs. God,on Crab- tree and family had Mr. and Mrs. SteTi,n,g Friehman and Mr. Sj'aan Vanden Steen H,o- yen for dinner Friday. rs. Evelyn Gru'bber spent about five days in the hospital last week. Shoe was in traction with a s, lipped disc. She went lo'me Saturday but is unable to 6o much. The Spangle Christian church expresses aop.reeiation to ,all those why contributed to the c(al fund. I The Spangle Mas*ons and the Eastern Star members,* will !h*oId their annual Christmas I party Dec. 12. It will begin xdh a potluck at 1 p. m. and will be folowed by a pro,gram. = The Chvistmas program at i th, e,Spangle church will be Dec. 19. One program will be at 10 a. m. with aftern,aon ser- vices starting, at 4 p. m. at the church. NEWS BRIEFS .Mr. and Mrs. Kenv.eth GI- $owy and two au,ghter were Th,agiving dinner guests f ]my parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Tackett in Spoka,ne. They were j,oned by a grandmother .from Montana a, nd friends for the day. Mrs. Norval Kolmes ws brou,ht .home Tuesday t'rm Sacred- Heart hspit hece she lad undergone major str- gery. Mr. and rs. Ernest Hair extetaind o's Thankgivirg drmr guests their so and famAly, Mr. ,a'nd Mrs. Keith Harr a'nd bree children o Spakne. Eor he weekend their son4n-w and daughter, '66r FALCON ! BIG SPAGE ! ANNUAL NEW BOOK TEA for Windsor elementary school teach-ors, hosted by Warren Gordon, co.ordinator of elemen- tary school libraries for the Cheney district, was made more colorful this year by its two oriental cadet teachers, Yuki Niomeya (Fort George Wright College, Spokane) at left and Vivian Kim (EWSC). The young new , dressed in their native Japanese and Hawaiian ccstumes, served refresh- ments at the teacher get-acquainted new book affair which was held recently in the Windsor school library. According to Mr. Gordon, the Cheney district appropriates $2.75 per elementary student for new library books each year for which he feels the administration and board should be commended. Savages Opened Tip-Off Tourney Versus Porlland EasCern Wa,hington State College basketball coae,h Enie McKie will take a 12-man squad of three lettermen, our junior coIlege transfers, a jun- ior, three sophomores and a fresbman to Tacom:a for the Evergreen Con:ference Tip- OTf ourn,a,mnt startir! Thurs- day a, fternaon, Dee. 2. Eastern opens the three-lay Evco meet at 1:45 again,st Dartl;ad State College. The three lettermen, who make the Savages "sharp and bright" are literally Mr. and Mrs. William Fis:her and ehree children of Bridge- port, were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoyt e n: tertained their two daughters and families for the Tlranks- givin!g dinner and family re- unon at the home here on ThurscaT, Nov. 25. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. IAn- stro,m and children of Reno,n arid Mr. and Mrs. Owe*n La- M*otte of Spokane. Mrs. Cl,a-en,ee Ro,s and 6ahte,r Iri Spent ia Tues- day ,afteroon with rs. Olive Swegl, e. Ms. W. J. Cavr spent the past week visirg her grand- daughter Linda in Portland, then at the home o daughters, Mrs. Wayne Ko,hm at Coeur d'Alene and Mr. and Mrs. arl PeZle,rson, and chip daen at Oloprtunity. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rya'n f WaUa Watla visited is m.oEa- er, lthel Ryan, in the he- hey NurMn,g lme Sunday. Sharp and Brite -- Captain Ralph Sharp, 5-11 guard from. St. John and Bill Brite, 6-5 postman from Fairchild Air Force Base --and Jack State, 618 (believe it or not) guard. Sharp and Write have earned two Eastern letters and State one. The four transfe,r,s are Pon Drayon, 5-10 guard from Olympia JC; 6-6 p,stman RW Fulerton from Pe,nirsla JC; 6-6 Larry G[ffen, a soph post- main from Yakima VC, and 6-3 Jim Taraboehi, a, a guard-post- man, :aCso from Olympia. Jim Gordon, 6-2 Winthrop junior guard who led the Sav- age :jtmior varsity in scoring last season, is also .on the squad. Three Sc, phs Named Two of the three sopho- mares up from the JV's, are 6-3 J Jim Kenney, fro] East Val!tey, 'and 6,3 Jim Lindow, from John Rogers, Spok*ane. BoVh are guards. Bill Dayless, 6-3 Jim Kermey, fra,m East eapta,in four years ago but le*f c,otJege for the Air Force. The freshman on te Savage varsity is Dave Pounds, 6-6 postman from Seattle's Oleve- larud high whea'e he ws mosl vuabae player, seeond in serag in the Se,atle league, acl a member of the second atl,Seaftl, e te,m. CUB SCOUTS LIKED PAPER PLANT TOUR Cheney Free Press Today our den had the Triv- ilog, e of tou, rin, g the Free Press. We wish to express our appre- ciation for the o,ver-theshol- der vi, ew we were allowed of wk in progress. It was the highlight of ur meeting. Sincerely, Mrs. Are Moprw Den No. 6, Pack No. 56 ANTICIPATED RATE ANNUM FOR REGULAR SAVINGS ACCOUNTS spz. !urn it !! ,: i!j > :; turI2 : sojzs,2 : We have a large stock Used Picku at attractive prices 1956 1960 Here Are Two Exam DODGE Vz TON, 4 SPEED ....... CHEVROLET 1/2 TON AT ONLY ....... ALSO USED PASSENGER CARS 1963 2-DOOR PLYMOUTHS, Each ... 2 1962 *DOOR $795 STUDEBAKERS, each ............... 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