Spokane Chronicle from Spokane, Washington (2024)

Cougars Never Have Lost When Chittenden's on Hand WASHINGTON STATE COLLEGE, PULLMAN, Oct. member of WSC's first football team, who returned here for home-coming activities over the week end, was once again able to say: "I've never attended a game the haven't L. Chittenden one-year-old Abbotsford, B. Capt. Henry who was a tackle on the WSC LANGLIE TALKS SET TOMORROW AT MOSES LAKE MOSES LAKE, Oct.

Governor and Mrs. Arthur B. Langlie will visit Moses Lake tomorrow. He will confer with school board members and city officials, and be guest speaker at a public rally at 7:30 at the Grange hall, according Mrs. William Nudd.

At 4:30 p. m. the governor will meet with school board members at the school office. A dinner will follow at 6:30 host Elmer's cafe for all Republican party workers. Following governor's address at the Grange question and answer period will be held and Republican candidates for county offices duced.

All members villahe staira: ing committees are expected to meet with the governor. Other Events Set During the evening rally a color guard from Larson air force base will be present. Ivan Hall will hold a square dancing demonstration. The remainder of the evening will be spent dancing. Mrs.

Nudd said that the rally is a project of the Grant county central committee, of which Jack Lewis is the executive. Rubinoff Concert Set for Ephrata EPHRATA, Oct. Rubinoff and violin are coming Ephrata Thursday, under the sponsorship Ephrata Kiwanis club, which will use the proceeds from the concerts toward the completion of its all. purpose play court. The court, adjacent to the Parkway school, is to be for public use as well as for the school children.

Rubinoff's concert will take place in the Lee theater at 8:15 p. and in the afternoon a special matinee will be given for students and faculty at 2:15 in the Ephrata high school gym. Homer Phillips will be associate artist and accompanist. YAKIMA MAN ELECTED COLORADO SPRINGS, Oct. 11.

(P) Victor Anderson, Bristol, was elected president of American Motel Hotel association, which ended its 12th annual convention here yesterday. Other officers included O. H. Erickson, Yakima, third vice president. team of 1894, has returned alone many times to the WSC campus or Seattle, wherever the team playing, and each time has seen the Cougars win, said after Saturday's game between WSC and Orezion State college.

For the has come to collegen home-coming activities, the engineer was accompanied by a a a a a a a a member of his family, this time a son from a a Seattle. Captain Chittenden is retired and his wife. During the time he studied ensincering.at in WSC, Spokane Capt. and Chitten- was with first surveying party in the Grand Coulee area to set up branches marks. old While Crib, residing he remembers he was one of the students who worked on completion of the administration building.

Details of the football game, Chittenden feels, have improved much. "The game was much rougher then," recalled. "The flying wedge was used in place of an extensive aerial game. Also, if someone wanted to use a knee in another's face it was done, rules or no rules." The "sparkplug" of the '94 team, as he was once described, was honored during his Pullman stay an appearance at the WSC home-coming rally. Browning Says Aid Promised by State WARDEN, Oct.

back after his session in Olympia with representatives of Governor Arthur B. Langlie's and the state department of education, LeRoy Browning, tendent of Warden schools, informed the school board that there has been a promise of aid by the executive department of the state government. Browning said he was told it will be a definite objective of state education authorities to secure legislation in the 1955 legislature providing relief to Warden and other school districts which have suffered tremendous gains in en enrollment without commensurate increases in taxable property. Browning. said Thursday he will return meet with 10 of the state's school districts, another session to formulate a positive program of action and legislation to present to the 1955 legislature.

SPEAKERS CLUB HOLDS MEETING COULEE DAM, Oct. 11. -Ken Jernberg was toastmaster when the Grand Coulee Dam Toastmasters met last week. Table topics master was Duer Johnson, with the special feature for the evening by Ed Nash. John Drummond, Dwight Kelley and Pryor were the main speakers on the speaking panel.

Pryor won the medal for the evening for his topic "Home." Table topics was won by Bill Smith. Evaluators for the were Frank Frazee, Bill Mottler and Bill Smith. Guests from out-of-town were Lloyd Milliken, Chet Spurgeon, Cul White and Joe Kirk. all of Quincy. White was master evaluator for the evening.

City News Told in Brief FIRST of a series of talks on planting of trees and shrubs and taking care of gardens will be held p. m. Tuesday at the arboretum center. R. L.

Woerner, Finch arboretum director, will talk about trees and shrubs. YOUR ADVERTIsem*nT placed this column will enter over 70.000 homes each day. Phone PROCEEDINGS of the recent convention of National Life Underwriters were to be discussed by Bernard J. Lenoue of Seattle, president of the state organization, at a meeting of Spokane life Underwriters today. DENTURES, NEW dentures, partials, relining and repairing.

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SECOND session of the Toastmasters' speechcraft classes will be held tonight from 7:30 to 9:30 at the Spokane trade school building, W714 Fourth. Theme of tonight's class "Introduction to Public Ralph E. Weimer, said. ALADDIN recolors old faded rugs, davenports, chairs. Pick-up, delivery.

NEW president of the Washington Land association ard S. Duell, vice president of the Spokane Title company. He was elected at the organization's meeting recently in Tacoma. WINNIE KURTH, R. N.

Elec-1rologist. 10-5. 516 Am. Legion Bldg. RI-9891.

Ad. THREE Spokane men, Richard Dunning, Charles C. Carroll and Nave Lein, will discuss "How (Initiative) 194 Will Affect You" al d' smeeting of the Advertising and Association of Spokane Wednesday at the Ridpath hotel. THE WEATHER (By S. Weather Bureau) Sunset tonight, 5:09 p.

sunrise tomorrow. 6:03 a. m. Moon rises tonight. 4:33 p.

sets tomorrow. 6:55 a. m. Spokane--Partly cloudy and gusty" continued cool through tomorrow with winds tonight. Eastern Washington--Clearing tonight, generally fair tomorrow except for isolated showers.

Cooler tonight with expected low, 32 to 42: high tomorrow, 54 to 62. Northern Idaho--Partly cloudy with gusty winds and showers tonight, snow In mountain areas; generally fair tomorrow except for isolated showers. Cooler tonight with expected low, 32 to 42; high tomorrow, 52 to 60. Montana, west of the continental divide -Scattered rain or snow showers tonight; colder with expected low 25 to 32. Expected high tomorrow, 40 to 50.

Highest temperature during last 24 hours, lowest temperature last night, and rain or melted snow during last 24 hours, ending at 4:30 a. H. L. P. 1.

L. P. SPOKANE: Havre 63 47 .00 Geiger 59 46 Helena 62 36 .01 Dwntn 60 47 .00 Lewiston 63 48 .00 Albuqurq 81 57 .00 L. Angis 73 55 .00 Atlanta 83 60.00 Miami 87 76 .00 Burns 65 41 .00 Mnnapls 58 50 .04 Billings 67 43 .00 Missoula 58 46 .07 Boise 65 50 .00 Orins. 87 73.

.00 Boston 67 58 .09 York 79 69 r. Buffalo 68 61 .34 Pendita 60 50 .01 Chicago 68 64 2.54 Portland 63 53 .13 59 Sn Fran, 69 49 .00 Denver 74 .00 Seattle 54 40 35 Ellenshre 67 42 .19 St, Louls 86. 66 1.70 Ephrata 68. 49 .00 Tucson 95 60 .00 Grangvil 63 16 .00 Walla 65 51 T. Harrngin 69 49 .00 Washetn 81 61 .00 T-Trace.

IRVING FOLSOM DIES AT COLFAX COLFAX, Oct. S. Folsom, 72, a retired highway department worker, died yesterday at his home from a heart attack. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m.

tomorrow from Bruning's chapel, the Rev. Fred Klein officiating and burial in the Colfax cemetery. Born at Clifton, Mr. Folsom came Colfax from Kettle Falls in 1912. His affiliations included the Baptist church, the IOOF lodge and the Whitman Encampment of the IOOF.

He his widow, Clara: four brothers, Harold and Floyd, Colfax: Spokane, and George Folsom, Jewel, and a sister, Mrs. Elsie Smith, Tacoma. JOSIE MAY TAQLOR POMEROY, Oct. Funeral services were held for Josie May Taylor, 70, Saturday, from the Richardson funeral home. The Rev.

Ronald W. Yates of the Christian church officiated. Burial was in the city cemetery. October 4, 1884, farm north Josie May Robinson, was born of Pomeroy, the daughter of J. M.

and Melinda Robinson. She attended the Pomeroy schools and Washington State college at Pullman. Survivors include her husband, David A. Taylor; one son, David A. Taylor two daughters, Mrs.

Leo (Dorothea) Waldher Mrs. Edward (Mary Louise) Baker, all of Pomeroy; two brothers, and Walter J. Robinson, Pomeroy, Vernon Robinson, Walla Walla: four sisters, Mrs. Clare Clark, Monterey, Mrs. Dora Hubbell, Tonapah, Mrs.

Ruth Lyon, Pendleton, and Mrs. Ralph (Florestine) Smith, Pomeroy; nine grandchildren and five -grandchildren. Four More Rallies Set for Republicans SANDPOINT, Idaho, Oct. Carl A R. Tifft, Bonner county Republican central committee chairman, announced that four rallies been scheduled in addition to the one held at Edgemere Grange hall Saturday, with Judge E.

V. Boughton, candidate for state senator, as guest speaker. A rally will be held at the Sagle schoolhouse tomorrow with Kellogg, national committeewoman from Idaho, as the main speaker. October 16, Don Eastvold, attorney general for the state of Washington, will speak at 8 p. m.

in the Lake theSandpoint. October 23, meeting will be held at the Grouse Creek Grange hall with only local candidates present. Eewin H. Schwiebert, Caldwell, candidate congressman from the First district, will be the guest speaker at a meeting to be held at the Priest River city hall October 29. Spokane Daily Chronicle, Monday, October 11, 1954.

Pupils Get Rides on Fire Engines DAVENPORT, Oct. 11. -Fire-prevention week in Davenport was climaxed Friday when pupils of the first grades in school were given rides on real fire engines. Earlier in the week slips were sent home with the school children which contained prepared suggestions on how to avoid fires. To insure their delivery in the home, each child was to return their slip signed by their parent and every grade who brought back the signed slips 100 per cent was treated yesterday to a fire engine ride.

The first six grades-230 pupils came through and the Davenport firemen put in a busy morning preparing for the thrilling ride. Jack McDougal, councilman, Gilbert Wollen, chief of fire district No. 5 and Howard Doty, chief of the city fire department, assisted by other firemen, drove city and rural engines topped by 50 to 60 youngsters. Red Cross Meet Set The Lincoln county chapter of the American Red Cross will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight at 8 in the city hall at Davenport. Mrs.

Dan Armstrong is replacing Mrs. Ben Wright in the county agriculture office in Davenport. Lincoln County Historical association will meet tonight at 8 at the county courthouse, it is announced by president Jack MePherson Wilbur. The Boy Scout Mother's club will meet at the home of Mrs. W.

J. Sims tomorrow at 8 p. m. Hawk Creek, observed their Lynn, goldMr. and Mrs.

John F. en Mr. wedding anniversary, Littell yesterday. and observed their golden wedding anniversary yesterday, holding open house in the Reardan Presbyterian church. SCOUTERS PLAN EPHRATA TALKS EPHRATA, Oct.

The North Central Washington Council of Boy Scouts of America will hold a district meeting Wednesday at 7:40 p. m. in the fine arts room of the local high school. Cub leaders, den mothers, scout leaders and explorer leaders in the Columbia Basin are asked to attend. On October 22, 23 and 24, a session of explorer-leader training will be held at Camp Scout A Vista.

NURSE CLASS READIED CLARKSTON, Oct. The home nursing class plans are going forward in Asotin county, Mrs. Della Morgan, Spokane Red Cross representative, announced yesterday. Registered nurses are being sought as instructors for the class. Mrs.

James Usher and Mrs. Al Woodard are organizing the registered nurses, and the I group is seeking classroom space. BANK PRESIDENT FACES 2 COUNTS 2 a Genevieve Evans, laboratory worker at the Hanford atomic RADIATION RINSER plant washes out 800 pieces of glassware daily. She cleans uranium and other radioactive residues from test tubes, beakers and other glassware used by General Electric scientists in the atom plant. Here she unloads an automatic dishwasher- dryer.

She is checking each piece with a radiation detector. STALNEKER DEAD; CO-WORKER HELD Lawrence OKANOGAN, Jacobs, 22, Cranbrook, Oct. B. is being held in the Okanogan county jail in conection with yesterday's 'death, apparently by beating of Carl Stalneker, 42, County Prosecuting Attorney John N. Leavitt said today.

Leavitt said that Stalneker died as he was being taken to the hospital from the cabin where he was found seriously injured at about 3:30 a. m. at the Martin Miller orchard, where both men were employed. Officers, summoned by another worker who said the two men had fighting, found Stalneker beaten and Jacobs unconscious in the blood-spattered cabin, Leavitt said. Stalreker's neck and jaw were broken, he had face lacerations and his face had been caved in on the right side, Leavitt said, adding that the man appeared to have been "stomped to death." The man's funeral arrangements will be announced by the Precht funeral home in Omak after an autopsy and receipt of word from relatives.

Grandmothers Club Seats Its Officers POST FALLS, Idaho, Oct. The Grandmothers' club installed officers recently. They were: President, Mellick: vice president, Cora Wollan; secretary, Alta McMinimy; treasurer, Verdie Holm, and chaplain, Katherine Reynolds. Alta McMinimy, the outgoing president, instaleld the officers. The charter and the Grandmothers' club flag, have been received and hung the wall at the Royal Neighbors hall, the new meeting place of the club.

At the meeting of Post Falls Band Mothers, the members made plans for a "board walk" to be held at the high school gymnasium October 29 to raise money to buy new band uniforms. Carnation Rebekah lodge will serve a turkey dinner to the public November 13. At the last meeting of the Rebekah lodge, the 103d anniversary was observed. There will be a joint meeting of the Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges tomorrow. Trio Will Be Guests of Eagles Auxiliary GRAND COULEE, Oct.

Bennett, Longbeach, grand madam president; Phyllis Wright, Spokane, grand chaplain, and Bertha Sweeney, Everett, madam state president, will be guests of Grand Coulee Dam Eagles auxiliary October 23. Sixteen auxiliaries, Chelan, Colfax, Colville, Ephrata, Leavenworth, Moses Lake, Odessa, Okanogan, Omak, Republic, Ritzville, Spokane, Tonasket, Twisp, Wenatchee and Grand Coulee, will be represented. A turkey dinner will be served at 6 p. m. at the legion hall with the meeting following at 8.

On October 30, a Halloween party will be held with Virginia Kruk as chairman. KELLOGG PILOT SUFFERS HURTS COLFAX, Oct. C. R. Wegner, Kellogg, Idaho, pilot and sole occupant of a Piper Cub plane that nosed over in a summer fallow field late Saturday afternoon, received medical treatment for minor injuries.

Deputy Sheriff John Lewis, who investigated, said Wegner was attempting to make an emergency landing because gasoline tank was nearly empty. The accident occurred one-half mile east of Endicott on land owned by Conrad Hergert. PTA Carnival Set COULEE DAM, Oct. 11. -The Coulee Dam Parent-Teacher association is planning a Halloween carnival, October 30.

at the Columbia grade school. A dinner will be served at 5 p. m. The Coulee Dam high school band will entertain from 7:30 to 8 p. m.

Costumes will be judged. Marriage Licenses COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho, Oct. 11 David Nevin, 19. and Millie Alf. 18.

both Spokane: Leonard Renner. 29. and Dolores Leland, 28, both Spokane: Francis Greenfield, 27, and Mary Howland. 37. both Spokane; Duane Beach, 18, and Dixie Munson, 18, both Spokane: Allen McKennett.

20, and J. Joyce Norton. 20, both Spokane; Lewis Ennis, 19, and Pauline A. McLain. 18, both Spokane: Richard L.

Speck, 25. and Nellie M. Olmstead, 28. both Spokane: Denton Hanford. 20.

Pullman, and Carol Ann Granstrom, 18, Spokane: John B. Gant, 29, and Muriel G. HIll, 31, both Burbank. Roger L. Mickulecky, 18.

and Wanda Vance, 18. both Richland. Lonnie Easley, 21, and Donna Hill. 19, both Colville, Curtis J. Burnham, 29, and Phyllis Olds, 19.

both Yakima: Rollie Adams, 33, Alderwood. and Eve Davis, 41, Seattle: Roland W. Roberts, 23, Spokane, and Jessie M. Hartbauer. 27.

Colville, Kenneth Ecknrode, 43, and Grace Oiler, 32. both Tacoma, Arthur Montgomery, 42, and Anna Shaffer, 40. both Prosser. Willard Muhibeier, 27. Sedro Woolley, Wash, and Carlene M.

Harrison. 24. Seattle: Arthur A. Martin, 34, and Virginia Service. 28, both Seattle: Melvin Hayward.

21, and Joan Smedley, 18, both Tacoma: Olmer McGilvra, 20, and Marian E. Roth, 19. both Seattle: Robert R. Roberts, Great Falls, and Phyllis M. Kurt, 18, Tensed, Idaho: Richard Christopherson, 18, and Wilma Smith.

18. both Mullan. Idaho: Patrick McSloy, 24, and Phyllis Lafrinire. 30. both Missoula: James C.

Hess, 64, and Lawna Marie Stubbert, 59. both New Westminster, B. C. Okanogan, Wash -Vernon Wiley Holbrook and Harriet Louise Cox, both Bridgeport: Leland Lay, Okanogan, and Violet Scott. Omak: Howard Duane Etie, in the air force, and Barbara Ann Parsell.

Hunters: John Lewis Stockdill and Beatrice Mary Webber, both Twisp: Wilmarth Fleming Smith and Jeanne Woodard O'Hara, both Omak: Glen Arnold Widel and Elizabeth Welter Barta, both Omak. Lewiston, Idaho- Wilbur D. Knapp. 28. Wallowa, and Gayle McCracken, 18 Lewiston; Vietor Block, 35, and Ailine Kole, 30, both Lewiston.

COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho, Oct. James C. Morley, 42, Priest River, Idaho, president of the of North Idaho, arrested here Saturday by 'FBI agents on two charges of embezzlement. Later arraigned before Unitert States Commissioner William P. Quarles, he was released under bond of court' and is to appear in federal here Thursday.

Morley was taken into custody by FBI agents Joseph J. Pieper and Charles H. i. Kimball, both of Coeur d'Alene, on complaints issued by A. C.

Cook, United States commissioner at Emmett, Idaho, Friday, according to Richard Hosteny, special FBI agent charge, Butte, Mont. In the complaint Morley is accused "knowingly and feloniously embezzling, abstracting funds and credits" in the amount of $500 from the Rathdrum State bank last April 7 and in the same amount from the Bank of North Idaho at Priest River last March 31 "with intent to injure both Library Scheduled Rites, Tea Sunday BRIDGEPORT, Oct. 11. The Business and Professional Women's club will hold services and a silver tea community library next Sunday to 5 p. m.

The library will be dedicated in memory of Ila Mae Parsons, who as a member of the club was instrumental and active in its inception. She was also active in the Junior Women's club, the Camp Fire Girls' program, the PTA and was a booster of many community projects. The library is sponsored by the BPW. SCHOOL SIGNUP CLOSES AT 562 BREWSTER, Oct. There 562 students enrolled at the Brewster schools, five more than year.

There will be a meeting of the Brewster school district 111 board tonight of' 7 in the conference rooom the high school. Society to Meet The Sacred Heart Altar society will meet Friday evening at the Anderson building to complete final preparations for its annual bazaar, be held there on Saturday from. 10 a. m. to 4 p.

m. Mrs. Frank Webster and Mrs. Tommy Dundas will be hostesses for the meeting. The Junior Mr.

and Mrs. club has set October as the date for its "chuck This will feature a chili supper at the church. followed by pictures by Ruth Mansfield of her trip to Alaska. Gamble Chosen Howard Gamble has named president of the Brewster Active club. He replaces Vern Henderson, who had turned in his resignation.

It was reported that $200 was raised at the benefit football game played between the Brewster Bears and the Oroville Hornets. The money will go toward lights for the field. SEVEN MEN DUE TO ENTER FORCES OKANOGAN, Oct. Seven men are being called by local selective service board 28 of Okanogan and Ferry counties to meet the November quota, Ralph Walty, clerk of the board, reported. The call includes four volunteers: Jerald Wayne Field, Wenatchee, formerly of Tonasket, and Ellsworth James Roggow, Thomas Lee Corum and Vernon Eugene Rogers, all of Tonasket.

The others are Fred Ernest Whitley, Brewster; Michael Dennis, Omak, and Howard Kenneth Wilson, Nespelem. All will report November 3 to go to Spokane, where they will be inducted November 4. WARDEN PTA TO MEET WARDEN, Oct. The PTA will meet tonight at 8 at the school. A report of talks on school financing held in Othello Friday will be given and a safety film will be shown by Probation Officer Clare Abel of Ephrata.

There will also election to fill the office of treas- PERMEAL FRENCH DIES AT SEATTLE SEATTLE, Oct. 11. (P) -Miss Permeal J. French, a pioneer Idaho education and women's suffrage leader, will be buried Hailey, Idaho, Wednesday ing. She died in retirement here yesterday at the age of 88.

Miss French was elected Idaho's first state superintendent of public instruction in 1898, two years after helping lead the movement which Idaho women the right to vote. She was the first dean of women at the University of Idaho, helping to build the university's student body from 800 in 1908 to 3600 when she retired, 36 years later. Though not a college graduate herself, Miss French held a number of honorary degrees. She taught school in Bradford, Hailey and Silver City, Idaho. During five years as head the state school system, she set up the first state-wide eighth grade examinations and inaugurated the first uniform course of study for Idaho grade schools.

At the University of Idaho, Miss French built the first dent union building with her own funds and later sold it to the state. She helped establish Mortar Board, an honorary women's society. She is credited with many of the university's institutions, including loan funds for students, the spring campus day, and the singing of Christmas carols around the fir trees on the campus. A requiem mass will be said for her tomorrow at St. Joseph's church, Seattle.

There are no immediate survivors. Knecht Rites Held WARDEN, Oct. 11. Funeral services were held Friday at Warden Community Congregational church for Edward Knecht, 48, who drowned in Moses lake Tuesday The Rev. E.

R. Madson conducted services and officiated at the burial in Warden cemetery. Surviving him are his widow, former Lydia Schmauder of Odessa, and two daughters, Evelyn, now Mrs Aulton Hardy, and Linda, Lou, all living at Warden; his mother, Mrs. Maria Knecht, Warden; five sisters, Mrs. Rudolph Tschritter, Warden: Mrs.

Charles Kuta, Spokane; Mrs. Albert Pflugrath, Ritzville, Mrs. Adolph Steltzer, Cheney, and Mrs. Christine Kalenburger, Wilbur, and two grandchildren, Sandra Fay Warden. and Julianne Hardy, both of LADIES Something Exciting Can Happen TO YOU STAUFFER SYSTEM of reducing will open salon soon 501 Hyde Bldg, Watch for Date urer.

Take a peek at the all-new Norge Electric Range on page 22, this paper. For a good Come in to BrownTODAY! Visit Open Our -JOHNSTON Co. Friday TV Evas Dept. 118 LINCOLN Phone MA-2174 'Til 9 N. 5 banks." Defendant in Suits Morley is one of the defendants in two actions one, involving the Rathdrum bank and the other the Priest River bank in which the stockholders seek to oust and other officials of the two banks.

A request for a judicial review of are election of board of directors of the Rathdrum bank on September 16 has been taken under advisem*nt by DistrictJudge Clay V. Spear. Plaintiffs also seek a writ of mandamus directing Morley and codefendants John R. Mitchell, manager, and Barbara Lang, to turn over the bank to the newly elected directors. Today at Sandpoint, Judge Spear was to continue a hearing in the matter involving the Priest River bank.

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St. Vincent de Paul, N222 Wash. Ad. NINETY-MINUTE show will be given by the Silver Spurs November 6 in the Lewis and Clark high school auditorium. Numbers the Silver Spurs presented before audiences during a 34-day tour last summer will be featured.

100 DRESSY JACKETS. you'll find a favorite here! From $7.95. Mother-To-Be, W703 Sprague. Ad. ABOUT 400 persons attended the annual Columbus day celebration of the Sons and Daughters of Italy kane hotel.

Saturday Victor night J. at Felice, the Spokane attorney, was the speaker. CHILDREN'S DANCE classes. Enroll now! Bernice studio, W815 Riverside. TOTAL of 335 young men and women have enrolled as freshmen at Whitworth college.

The class is the biggest in the college's history. Total enrollment for the fall semester is 820. CHARLES ROBINSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D.

Robinson, W211 Sixteenth, has been named president of the Del Rey Players, drama club at Loyola university. AMERICAN LEGION post, 9 will be entertained by the Knights of Columbus boxing team tonight the Legion building, Charles" Fitzpatrick, program chairman, said. INLAND EMPIRE section, American Chemical society, will hear a talk by Dr. J. B.

Quig of Wilmington, tonight at Wright's diner. ABOUT 60 species of birds were seen by 18 Spokane bird fanciers yesterday near Cheney. FROM THE RECORDS Born In Spokane hospitals during the 48-hour period ended at 9 a. m. Monday, October 11.

1954: Fairchild Air Force Base To Airman and Mrs. Ernest B. Corral, W716 Maxwell. boy. To Airman and Mrs.

Raymond H. Markle, W2319 Pacific, boy. To Airman and Mrs. Howard Cook. N7910 Regal.

girl. To and Mrs. D. H. Joynt.

82711 Latawah, boy, To Airman and Mrs. Kenneth C. Kemper, W1722 Sixth. el girl. To Airman and Mrs.

Windel Dorrer, W1209 Fifth, girl To and Mrs. Leroy W. Jones. E320 Pacific, girl. To Airman and Mrs.

James A. Slance, W23 Nora, girl. To Army Cpl. and Mrs. David W.

Boyer. N2103 Broadway. girl. Deaconess To Mr. and Mrs.

Elmer Dean, E48 Walton, boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boge. E1204 Fortieth, boy, To Mr.

and Mrs. Alfred Lehinger, N5607 Cannon, girl. To Dr. and Mrs. James Patton.

W604 Twenty-fifth, boy (previously reported incorrectly as girl). To Mr. and Mrs. Gene Delys, E307 Nora. girl.

To Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Morrow. N2624 Lora, girl.

To Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, W5128 Oak. boy. Sacred Heart To Mr.

and Mrs. Harry E. Wilson, Opportunity, boy, To Mr. and Mrs. Clots D.

Kreba, W3004 Eighth, girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jasper. 81318 Browne, boy, To Mr.

and Mrs. Charles Fishburn, E2002 Sharp, boy To Mr. and Mrs Thomas Mannex. W447 Twentieth. boy To Mr and Mrs.

John Onstad. Deer Park. girl. To Mr. and Mrs.

Dwaine Schmeginake, 58119 Knox. boy, St. Luke's To Mr. and. Mrs.

Roy Sims. E711 Dalton. boy. To Mr. and Mrs.

Robert C. Brooks. N6108 Oak. girl To Mr. and Mia, Fay Gere.

W2523 Euclid, boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Justin IN5826 Madison, girl. Vrohnhafer.

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Spokane Chronicle from Spokane, Washington (2024)


What is the history of the Spokane Daily Chronicle? ›

The Spokane Daily Chronicle is a daily digital newspaper in Spokane, Washington. It was founded as a weekly paper in 1881 and grew into an afternoon daily, competing with The Spokesman-Review, which was formed from the merger of two competing papers.

How old is Spokane city? ›

Founded in 1873 by James Nettle Glover, Spokane was first a small settlement known as Spokan Falls (it wouldn't be until 1883 that the "E" was added to Spokan, making the city known as Spokane Falls; in 1891, Falls' was dropped).

What is important about Spokane Washington? ›

It is known as the birthplace of Father's Day, and locally by the nickname of "Lilac City". Officially, Spokane goes by the nickname of Hooptown USA, due to Spokane annually hosting Spokane Hoopfest, the world's largest basketball tournament.

What is the name of the newspaper in Spokane Washington? ›

The Spokesman-Review | Spokane WA.

Who were the first settlers in Spokane? ›

Spokane's first residents were Native American. From the Spokanes, we get our name, which means “Children of the Sun.” Spokane became an incorporated City on Nov. 29, 1881, encompassing 1.56 square miles. Back then, the City was known as Spokan Falls and had 350 residents.

Is Spokane the birthplace of Father's Day? ›

Father's Day was inaugurated in the United States in the early 20th century to complement Mother's Day in celebrating fathers, fathering, and fatherhood. Father's Day was founded in Spokane, Washington, at the YMCA in 1910 by Sonora Smart Dodd, who was born in Arkansas.

What is the oldest building in Spokane WA? ›

The oldest listed building is the 1879 Strong House while the “newest” building is the Foltz House, built in 1958. That's almost 80 years of Spokane's history told through the built environment!

What is the nickname of Spokane? ›

Spokane is the second largest city in Washington, while Seattle is the largest. Spokane's nickname is the "Lilac City" because of how many of those flowers grow in the area.

What is the oldest part of Spokane? ›

Browne's Addition is Spokane, Washington's oldest neighborhood and it has the personality to prove it. You'll see it in the mix of Victorian mansions, Arts & Crafts bungalows and modern apartment buildings.

Are people in Spokane friendly? ›

The people in Spokane are also incredible friendly. Everywhere we went the locals we so nice and accommodating. Would love to go back and explore other areas of Spokane in the near future.

Why is it called 5 Mile Spokane? ›

In 1908, the name of the Prairie was changed to Five Mile, signifying the distance to Spokane Falls in Downtown Spokane.

Why is Spokane so special? ›

The Spokane river attracted settlers for its hydroelectric potential as well as its rugged beauty and life-sustaining qualities. Spokane was primarily known for its natural resources: farms, forests, fur, and mines, as well as being a railroad hub for shipping.

What is channel 2 in Spokane? ›

KREM (channel 2) is a television station in Spokane, Washington, United States, affiliated with CBS.

Who owns the Spokane newspaper? ›

It is owned by Cowles Company, which also owns KHQ-TV/Spokane and The KHQ Television Group.

What is the oldest Washington newspaper? ›

The Columbian was the first regular newspaper published in what would become Washington Territory.

What is the history of the chronicle newspaper? ›

The Chronicle, founded by Darius Hunt, began as a four penny weekly on July 4, 1861 in a coach builder's shop in James St. It became a bi-weekly (Wednesday and Saturday) on its fifth birthday in 1866 but reverted to a weekly on October 8, 1870.

What is the history of the Democrat and Chronicle? ›

The Daily Democrat merged with another local paper, the Chronicle, in 1870, to become known as the Democrat and Chronicle. The paper was purchased by Gannett in 1928. Prior to 1959, the newspaper was headquartered at 59-61 E. Main Street, on Rochester's Main Street Bridge.

What is the history of the Spokane Indian tribe? ›

The History of the Spokane Tribe of Indians

Spokane ancestors were a river people, living a semi-nomadic way of life hunting, fishing, and gathering all creator had made available to them. Living along the banks of the Spokane and Columbia rivers and scattered up the tributaries.


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