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_Friday, December 11, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 3 Spangle News By Joanne Green PARTY SET The Ladies Aid C:hristmas will be We cinesday at 2 m. in the Spargle church Everyone is wel- COme to attend. Each per- Son is asked to bring three d,oz- cookies. They wil,1 be us,ed a cookie exch,ange. Each bringing cookies will take a mixture of three dozen chosen from the others given. Iembers are asked to bring ae extra dozen to be used for tefre,shments. blEFE GRADUATES Kenny Diefe has graduated a training school in Cal- He is now in Hawaii a tour of duCy. He grad- 14th in his class with a point average of 86.72. is serving in the, Navy. s a graduate of Liberty School. EWS IN BRIEF Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crab- Robin, Rene, and Donna to Connell Saturday Lo visi friends. They home Sunday eve- and - Mrs. Larry. Zehm Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner LAST CARD PARTY Windsor Graa,ge had nine- teen tables of @ards in play at their last card party. There will be no more card parties at Windsor Grange until March, 1965, due to road con- ditions in the win,ter. The,re were 18 Wind:sor Grangers out last Wednesday even,irg for potluck preceding the grange meeting. A Christmas party will be held Dec. 16 ,for Windsor mem- bers and their families. There will be a program and treats. a coffee hour will be held after the program. GARRAS DIES IN GREECE James Garras, 'a former resi- den of this area, pssed away suddenly in Greece 1,ast Satur- day from a heart attack. He was visiting relatives at the time of his sudden dea,th and as pre- arranged with his wife, Alvitda and son, William arras, he was buried beside his mother and father. Surviving hime are his wid- IIe and the other disbursing officeTs left by pane wiC.h one million, ei'ght hurdred thous- asses, Minn., are the par- and dollars o pay the men, in- of a babygirl, ,born Dec. 1. valved in the exercise. They Zehms named their first'lived on the beach with a tent Cindy Lama. Ze,hin is a established there to pay the of Spagle High tiH Schiec,he and Gene returned ome last from their hunting in Canada. Schieche bag- an elk. John Bauers underwent sur- at St. Lukes Iospital last 1o report on his eondi- Mrs. Irene Schiec'he is re- to be improved after a heazt attack. She in Sacred Heart Has- At the last Sple Grange members voted, start- in Jammry, 1965, to meet the first" Wednesday of month only., In the past met ,on the first and Wednesdays of each F,d Strock drove M. C. Stark Renton, Satta'dy. Strock h, ome Sund,y morn- Stark returned to hs home WaSh., ater visiting Renton with Ms son and Mxs. Ed Strock vas a Star- evening dizmer guest at Jim Foster lome in Spa- ,lr. and Mrs. Pul Sievers Carolyn and Mr.  Mrs. Kvauel and Kathy at- .an aoeordCan concert Suntay ffterr, von. and Joe Sieve and Dick took part. There were separate bands, Bill play- in one ,and Joe and Dck he other. To conclude the the two bands eom- .and played Christmas .and Mrs. Wa*lly Suks- and Gayle were Wednes- evening dinner guests at Paul Siever's home. The was a surprise dinper Bill Sievers o his 16th were not too many at- the church potluk Sunday evening. Those did enjoyed the. slides by Non.a Hegen. ,and Mrs. Art Byers and and Mrs. J,o b_ Camlbell at the Ray Turner ,home Iwiston, Idaho, last week. returned home Sunday. Jo Linn from Puhnan ,at the H,avold Allen Saturday morn, lug a  aarm was nswered ,at the home. The barn and 40 tons of lay were de- 200 people honored Ruby Hart last Thm'sday at the Spangle Temple. Hart is deputy ins .tx-acYmr Grand Clapter of Wash- Enterain'ment was ur- by Mrs. B'axbara I)od- who sang several solos, by Mrs. Hart's gradch1- Debbie sang, Dena spke Connie danced and presented his grvm,d- with a gift. Ruby ex- her appreeiien to the ,chapter and the co- or all the work pu in ,lmnor rght. Eastern Star Christmas will be held Stmday be- at 1:30 p. m. with a "dixmer. There will be afterwards. grange Christmas party held Wednesday be- at 6:30 with a potluck There will be a pro- ,and treats or the chil- and Mrs. Jim Ooammes- returned from their trip Week. They visited may nd relatives. They time with their son and Mr. and Mrs. Corky in OalJ: ornia. Loren Girsberger return- the "Steel Pike" exer- ir the second week This was the me- answer to the Amy's of last year and about arines tok part in it. men on tan,d. Then several of the men went out to the ships to pay the men who remained o.n board during the exercise, and he was there for two days ow, Alvilda Larsen Gaxas and son Witl,iam Garras a,n:d three grandsons. He was a iormer nember of Fou:r Corers Grange and owned and oper- ated a farm in that district for several years. PERSONAL MENTIONS Rosa Van Cleve a,nd Code Lodgston visited Mrs. Code Lodgston in the Ritzvile nurs- in,g home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vorder- braggen entertained four re,ia- tires from Coeur d'Alene last weekend. Visiting in Cheney from Sprague Friday were Mrs. La Veto Countryman and Mrs. John Duncan. George Heglar of Sp,ok'ane wa,s a Cheney vistor 1,as Fri- day. Sunset Grange had eight tables .of ca,rds in play Friday evening. Among those going home with prizes were Mrs. alter Hooe and Carl Moreig. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hulin have returned from Calornda, where they had planned t,o spend the winter but decided WaShington was O. K. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell James visited a daughter in Hillyard last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Patter- son and family were tast week- end guests of Mrs. Lizzie Pat- terson in Pomeroy. Mrs. Pattex- son is an aunt of Phillip Pat- terser,. She h(as been seriously ill with a heart ailment. Mrs. Dellie Adair is back working after several days at home folowing ,a stay in the hospital. She underwent major surgery. and two nights paying them. Jan Mayfield is attending Mrs. Ella Hubbard and jumor college in Spokane. dau,ghter Adele of Spokane Mrs. Maud Pruitt has return- visited with the Austin Brew- ed to her home on o,d Prince-I ers and Claude Schieehes Sun- day uftern,oon. Mrs. Mary Brewer, Mrs. Haz- el Sehieche, Mrs. ESs,ie Boaher and Ralph Hubbard traveled to Rattan, Mont., to aten,d funexal of Pete Cornelius. The Slangle Service Clul ,has put up the Community Christmas tree for the enjoy- ment of the community. Mr. ,and Mrs. H,ns Clausen returned last week fom their trip to Germany. They met and spent some time with the Peter Seotts, who are lso v'.ting abroad. They were able to spend a week wih Clausen's sister, who vas el,lowed to ,come .out of the Eastern Zone. They visited many paces and people which we hope to re- port at a later date. The LHS "64" Olu'ismas famRy ,has been clmsen by the student cou.cil. This year's family corsi'sts of five children and the par'ns. This is an an- ual project at the school. Each class contributes money and the student body joins the communities in collecting clothing, toys, canned oods, and supplies. C!irculars, sting the familiy's sizes, Will be dis- tributed throughut the area. Everyone is urged to begin brin, ging all they can, spare to make this ene of the happiest Christmases ever for the "fam- ily." The annual Christmas con- cert, given by all music stu- dents in the district from grades six through 12, will take i place Tuesday ,at 8:30 p. m. m the Liberty High Sc,ho,o audi- torium. The director, Mr. Rays, prondses a good concert. He says the mumc is much more difficult than last year's. Everyone is urged to attend. Mr. Fisher, vocational agri- culture teacher, ann,ounces there: is still time to register .for the adult agriculture css m ,animal nutrition. Registra- tion fee is $10. Loren took pictures and went sight seeing and slopping for four day in Roda, Spain. Mrs. Girsberger was bsy at her 'position of dietian for a 65 bed lospial at Jgeksonville N. C. rs. Girsberger was the former tay Btaine of Republic Wash., before her m,arria,ge last April. Mrs. Bertha C, runeald ar- rived home Saturday by bus after sper, ding two weeks vis- itirg the Frank G'een family in Seattle. She reporCed the ,pass was very icy. LAND BANK LOANS .(your) COUt A Larid Bank Loan glv you financing with low in- terest rates.., long tcrmJ .. and you may pre-pay at any time, an), amount without penalty. Come in soon for the facts on Land Bank Loans. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION OF SPOKANE O C. R. Stirling 4304 E. Mission ton road near Bluefield, W. Va., after three months visit- ing friends and relatives in the Spokane 'and Hayford area,s. Mrs. Daisy Hicks is in ZiHah this weekend visitinlg, i a gmnd- deu, g,'hter. VChile there she wil'] attend the wedding of ,her great grandson, Larry Latis in Toppenish Satm'day evenimg. Mrs. Claudia Stephens is spending the next three weeks visiting her reAatives i North Dka. Mrs..Cleo Phillips hs re- turned rom Palm Springs, Calif., where she va,s visiting a mece, Idathaleen Havnpton. While there the weather ws quite varied. There vas hail, sn, ow, a cloud burst ,and a slight earthquake. Irma Stragier, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wade and Alvina Kern at- tended the card party at East Spolne Grange last Saturday eve ,ng. Mr. and Mrs. John Cwfoxd and daughter ca,led an Mr. and Mrs. Bert Parshall last week- end. Mabel Wayne visited Flora Smith Thursday e venirg. Karen and Jim Ol, son and Leon,a Widne,r visited in Spa- kane last Saturday eveng. Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Phil- lips entertained .at dirmer last Sunday for their three sans from the Valley, Bob, Bill and Lynn. Bob's wife and daugh- ter were visiting hr parents in Spokzne. Directory FLOOR SANDING F$0er sending and finish. ing, 30 years experience. Andy Anderson, E. 1409 Central, Spokane, HUdson 7-0171. 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Mrs. Phyllis Ham and Mrs. Vies Ableman drove to Spo- kane la,st Wednesday and Sun- day to visit Wes Ableman, who is still confined at St. Lukes lmspital. He seems to be better this week. Lloyd Ableman and Mr. and Mrs. Ar.lie Ableman have also been visitors. Mrs. Grace Michaelson spent the weeeknd with the Cl, arence Brown family f Chancy. Her !sister-in-law, Mrs. Hika Bown, is ill in Sacred Heart hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Carence Kartchner spent a day Shop- pin,g in Spokane last Monday. Mrs. Ray Lindsay and son 'Pommy from Troy, Mont., were dinner gue:sts a,t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kartcher Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Retter and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Able,man Saturday evennlg. Mrs. Luelta Ku'hn ami infant I son Joseph of Espanol'a were[ luncheon guests of Mrs. Arlie[ Ableman last Wednesday. 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Mrs. Veima Davis, and he nephew, Mick Swanson, Spo- kane, drove to Harrin,gton to visi't the Don Krogstad family Sunday fternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Poitras called .on the Art Stengles Su, n,day afternoon en route to Spokane, after spending sev- era.1 days in Seattle. Classified advertising does a great job at a small cost. Order Your Christmas Trees From A Boy Scout Trees will be delivered to your home Sat., Dec. 19, or select one at Gibson's Thrift Market starting December 5. 12-4-11 Fol" FMt Service on Printing . . . The Free Press Printshop "--Always a phone at hand in a home that's T.e/ephone-Plannedl Light up her Christmas with a Starlite phone What gift could be more thoughtful than a personal, STARLITEextension phone--it saves steps, serves as a night light (with its new PANELESCENT dial) and adds a modern touch to any room. 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