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Tyler News e le Windsor News Wanda Stengle ] By Mrs. James Widner HAVE GUESTS GRANGE NEWS Y'.'ner guests of Mr. I The seventh Pomona Grange e JOhn Ham ad daugh-f fellowship tour was hdd in re Mrs. Grace Michel-[ Peone Gra=ge lall April 6, u lv}rs. Wilton Ptotts of lwith 144 present. r.. An aftern,oon caller Officers present were Ray o,^ Pl, otts. OverniffhtIChristensen, Dwi.ght Beach, lan lv[r:_and M_ws. Vet-[Mabel Johnston, Henry. Claus- , not W,asho,ugal. [ en, Oran Scott, Lym:an Huben- A" I thqal, Mary Pras'ky, Muriel .I$ITING I Brown, ane Hankel, Rose aust of Edmon- and Mrs. Zelma are visiting  tbAs week with their Lloyd Abteman, oJ.Lm Ham. They visitors of Falls also dur- stay. VISIT family and Iam family' were the Ltoyd Ableman evening. ------.____. BRIEF Shea, Mrs. Ma- and daughter Mary. drove to Yak- were de,legates Young Pep- convention. Gilbert Peter- the wedding of and Mr. Hoover Community night. served lunch- auction One hen- enjoyed the ladies' Pies he bought six with him. Jackson was able last Sun- be spending a the home OF her of SI)okane. md get well Ermi:na. Brown attended at the Po- home econ,omies Ln Spokane. She wen,t of Mrs. Merle was ill during a cold. Bill Rese.nau Charles Millers Thursday. i reports that with weather Bill and een very. busy with Jack Brown drove to Elk to Churchill, Hattie Beach and Mary J. Hankel. Ted MeCury is in the Deer Park hospital with a broken leg. On April 25 grangers will meet in the Central Grange hall to see and hear the talent pie Leaf Unit Motel Units Shop hts 6.50-Up 9-S ings snt ent Store Meats, Etc. Shop Haircuts m.- 7 p. m, Geiger Field 10 223 & Pine contest, best of show, and the quartette contests. Windsor Grange had four members present. They were Lawrence Charnesky, Adelaide Larsen, Irma Stragier and Le- on,a Widner. This is Lean,a spend Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Tom Flowers. Mrs. Brown reports their telep,hone num- ber :has been changed rom 233 to 432. David Brown was a guest of /he Lee Ablemans of Cheney during spring vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bunk and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jackson ad boys Sunday evening. Old friends from Kendrick called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Ableman last Sun- day. During the afterno,on Mrs. LueLla Kuhn of Espan,ola .and Mrs. Nila ttansel of Deep Creek were callers. Mrs. Polly Ableman entered St. Lukes hospital April 12 for X-rays the following morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea and famiiy were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Betz Jr. of Cheney. l Billy Sha and J, acky Stengle i were SUpler guests of Billy Jackson last Thursday. The occasion was to celebrate his sxth birthday. Mrs. Myrtle A. ANeman had lunch with Mrs.. ALbert SchuLts of Edwa[1 ias.l Sunday. In the afternoon they drove to Medi- cal Lake to call en the Carl Johnsons. Mrs. Hank Konshuk and son Ralph visited in W,a.lla Walla at Vbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Iast. Also visiting ws Tommy East of San Francisco. Mrs. Konshuk reports he went to school at Tyler when his parents were teachers at the: Tyler school. His wife and chil- cren are remainirg in Walla Walla while he returns to San Fran,cisee. John Lass of Cheney was an overnight guest OF John Sten- gle Tuesday and Wednesday. They were supper guests OF laiph K, on,shuk Tuesday. Dawn and Ricky Gompton returned to Pasco after visit- i`ng ,at the home of Donald Da- vis. A week ago Sunday Mrs. Ray Lindsey ,and son( T(ymmy ad Mrs. Jim SLoane were over- night guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kartchner. Mrs. Anita Mauer was con- fined to Sacred Heart hospital last Thtrsday. Mrs. Roberta Mauer reports she recovered from .her iltness very. rapidly arid expects to be home this week. Mrs. J. P. Brown called an Leslie Brown and took a,dv- tage of .th.e beautiful weather to ,enjoy walking with h out- ,side for the first time since his iRness. Brown enjoyed Sun- day dinner ,at the home of his son, Russell Brown, over the weekend. She also spoke witch ,Mrs. Lola Lamphier wh,e vis- itin, g the nursing 'home and fourd her in ,good spirits. Mrs. Charles Stewart, Gei- iger Heights, and Mrs. Clai,enee tartehner drove to Spokane Saturday morning fr sho- ping. In the ,aftevrmon they at tended a leadership meetings. Pomona Gan,ge t0,urs. Mr. and Mrs. He ,ry Chosen of Waverly Grange attended. Attending the Pom,ona h,me economics meeting from Wind- sor were Mary Hewson, Adel- aide Larsen, Ruth Guest, Au- dry Werhan, Irma Stragier, Carolyn Parshall and Myrtle Erffhott. William Shultz, long .time member of Wirrdsor Grange, is home from the hospiVal. He is 89 years old. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. nd Mrs. Ruselt Fran- zen of Tacona ,are visiting Mr. arid Mrs. Juliuc Frances for a week. Mrs. Fl,orenee Shilliam has returned from Tacmna where she vi, sited her son, Clare'nce. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Eisen- berth have returned to Weis,er I,daho, after visiting Mr. nd Mrs. Dave Parsley. Mr. and Mrs. David Smith are the proud parents of an eight pound girl, Trudy, born April 12. Mrs. Smith is the for- met Diane Ottomeier. Anna McCauLey returned to her home in Miles City, Mont., after visiting her .aunt, Mrs. Daisy Hicks. Dr. and Mrs. A. Litehcr cn.- tertained at dinner Friday for Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Kampa and sons. Mrs. Maxine Ols'on and chil- dren entertained with a luneh- con Friday for Mary Wyborney. Jim Olson was an: overnight guest of Roddy Van Lea last Tuesday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Mark Dalton came from Cl, arkston last Wed- nesday to visit their son Roy and t'amily. That evening Mrs. Dalton took se-iously ill and Widrmr's eighth eonsexitive year to attend the fellowship * Paradise Prairie By Lana Evans CRUISE ENJOYED Mr. and Mrs. George Poitras returned this week from a win- ter cruise, begu,n when they boarded the S. S. Monterey in Los Angeles Feb. 15. The ship made stops at Bora Born, Ta- hiti, Rora Tonga and New Zea- land, then to Sidney, Australia, where they spent five days. They were extremely impres- sed with the very warm hospi- t.al2ty the Australians extend to Americans visiting their coun- try, and with the keen inter- est they have in America. De- paeture from Si.d,n,e,, was on, the English ship, 'Oronay, I eru,ig to HonotuSu, with a stopover at Suwa, Fiji Iads. After a week's stay in Ha- waii, they flew back to Los An- geles on a Clipper mad enjoyed a visit with friends ,and rel!a- tires in Southern Cal*ifiornla. In San Francisco the Poitrases e.ntrtained an Australian cou- ple who came here oft their first leg of a nine-month world t:mr. Mr. and Mrs. Poitras visited their sn, Mike, en the way home. Mike, a graduate of EW- SC, is teaching ei'hth grade at Montesano this year and is c za,ching. This evening will be the re,g- ular meeting of the Paradise Grange. Several Paradise grangers attended the wood cutting bee last weekend on the R.y Dal- ton property to .help re!alen- ish the woodpile for the grange. CARD PARTY HELD There were 17 tables of ea,rds in play at the April 10 Paradise Grange card partY. Lorraine tIodgson vas award- ed women's high prize; Mrs. Pauline Swanson won women's second, and Mrs. Pauline Rh- wer took women's low score. Mrs. Rchwer's grandson, Randy, held up the amily hon- ,or by taking men's high. with men's second prize ,going to Steve Dan, and Jim Morasch, men's low. ViohEnglereceived the travelling prize, and Mrs. and Id,aho. In Kettucky they visited the little ag oabin where Abraham Lincoln lived and the home ,of one of Stev- en Foster's relatives. This was the home theft inspired Foster to write "My Old Kentucky tIome." LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Jack Deon arid Judy Cernmesser took Mrs. De(on's girs and some of tlleir rields to Spokane during spring va- cation to see "Y[ary poppins." Diane Harp als took her dlauffhter and several friends !to the same how. Mr. and Mrs. Moffitt .and daughter ,of C.onne[1 were week- end guests at the Gordon Crab- tree home. Mr. and Mrs. Don 3ohnsn Spangle News and family traveled to Yakima during spring vacation to visit By Joanne Green Mrs. Johnson's fa,the,r n,d sis- ter. Neither ,are too weft. SUNRISE SERVICES Miss Carolyn visited with TO BE HELD Bonnie, Donnie, and Lonnie Easter Su, nrise Services will Green during spring vacation. be held around 4:45 a. m. near Mrs. VerIa Rigsby and dauffh- the Howard laxmusse farm. ter visited with Roy Mill and Services are being lamed by Mr. arid Mrs. Verl Hehner last the Young Peoples class. They Friday. will leave the Church at 4:30 IAttle Tommy Jeske spent several days in the hospital a. m. Breakfast W be served at after bumping heads with an, the church fol'lowing sevvices, other boy ,at schoM and receiv- ing a head cone ui(m. He is SCHOOL PROGRAM SET hom.e and seems to be doing A speci,al taster program if inc. will be hem at 9:45 a. m. Sun- M.C. Stark returned to his ,chy. The preschool and jun- home at Union last Wed`nesday ior cMsses wl have parts in ,Mter visiting several weeks the program, with his daughter, Mrs. Ed Worship services will be Strock, and ,his grandch'fldren, held at 11 a.m. Mrs. Jim Poster and family and There wiil be ao Bible study Mrs. Ronnie Green and avAly. this Sunday eve n. Eric Miller of Lemon Grove, Calif., former SpangLe rest- LADLES AID MEETS dent, called on several Spangle and Rosala friends last Wed- n.esday. Miller came by plane to attend the ftmeral f his came Mrs. Bertha Grunewald brother, Bd Miller, also a one of Spargle and Mrs. Pete Cor- time Spangle resident, in Spo- neLius of Ronan, Mont., as kane. Milter was to return was rushed to Deaconess hos- pital where he .had several transfusions for a bad uIeer. He is recovering slowly. April, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dellie Adair, is in= Deaconess hospital with pne-' mania. Mrs. Ray RusseLl was a lun- c,heon guest of Mrs. O. T. May- field h, st Thursday. Pat Mayfield was a guest of her cousin, Connie Mayfieid, last weekend. While there she visited her grandmother, Mrs. Edith Davidson, ,a former Hay- iford resident. Sandra and Theresa Hoegh, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Itoegh, %ave returned to asco after vi.sitin,g their grandmother, Mrs. Sofia Mar- Lin. Mrs. Nellie I-tagel, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Patterson, lonnie md Sheri spent several days hst week in Tacoma and Seat- fie visiting relatives. Mrs. Merel Hannum attended the card party in the Moron Grange .hall t Friday. Weekend callers at the home of Mrs. Flora Smith were Mrs. Mabel Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allen, Mrs. Art Hannenburg. Mrs. Carl Dodder Mr. arid Mrs. Harold Streeter .and Mrs. Ed Rupp. LILLIES CORSAGES PLANTS BOUQUETS FOR EASTER CHET'S FLOWERS Mrs. Chet Cooper and chil- Spangte Idies Aid hem its dren drove o Walh Wa'lta to last meeting with Mrs. Bertha visit with rehtives ,last week. Hall.  were hpPy to wel- Mr. ad Mrs. Art Stengle ,and children erkioyed ltmeh ast Satur4ay ,at the pancake feed in eheney. Phone 235-4916 guests. Further phns for the suw- rise breakfast were made. The treasurer reported the slent bake sale is going very. well thus far. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ben Gerkinll Wed- esday at 2 p. m. GREENS VISIT Mr. and Mrs. lormie Creen, t.ormie Donmie, a.rd Lon'nie tvavelecl to Kennewick Sudy to isit with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Neace and son. They enjoyed home Thursday. ,Mrs. Louise Pittman recently visited at Ritzville with her daughter, Mrs. Wil, ma Knth. lr. arid Mrs. Butch Knuth, Mrs. Bertha Gruned and Mrs. Louise Pinto,an visited Hope Rebekah Lodge last week. ,Mrs. Betty Baird entertained RoyaL Neighbors last Tuesday everdng. Mrs. Louise Pttman tted- ed a .luneheen ,ad party at the home of Alto .Pommer of Sp kan.e test week. a picnic at the park along the Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dltan Columbia River and a tour of ,are visiting at the Earl Roh- Konewick ,and Pa,sco. They wer home. Dalton' had to be lso went *hrouffh the new of- rushed to the hopitral last fic, in Pasco where Bob is weekend and has been given employed as a real estate four pints of blood. agent. Three seniors from Liberty tIiffh School have been a.cce- BYERS RETURN ed at WSU. They will begin Mr. and Mrs. Art Byers re- next fall. They a'e Sharon Led- turned last week from their e.rev, Lois Wittwer and Kay trip to the South and South- east. They traveled through Oregon, Arizona, New Mexico Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee Kentucky, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana Ctpp. April 25 will be NCC day at the Spangle Uhristan church. Tiere will be a special speak- er from Northwest Christian CoUege. Marshall News Mrs. Lloyd Lovell RI 7.3834 MORE CARNIVAL NEWS Plans for the carnival at the Windsor Elementary. School May 1 are in full swing. The tiekhet chairman, Mrs. Shirley Carrol4, and her co-chairman, Morasch won the door pize. Friday, April 16, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page $ Mrs. Joyce Cau)we, have issued tickets to children frown .the third through the etiffhth grades. They are .offering a cash prize for four students who sell te most tickets. Teachers have volurteered their services on booths and will need 'help from parents. This year we will need one cake dmmted from eaeh family in the school. These will be wil explain wha courses your Child needs in on f hs goals ir life. LADLES WILL MEET The Christian Ladies Circle meeting will be held Tues(lay ,at 10 with Florence Shil,m as hostess. The ladies will be quoting .o,n the quilt they will send to a missionary. The proceeds from the larty used ,at the cake walk ,a`nd for and the next two parties April the rofreshnents BREAKFAST IS SUCCESS 24 and May 15 w go for the The carnival is the big pvo-[ Rev. Riclmrd Lanhear re- benefit o the Paradise Grange jeet of the year and thePTO, I ports that a turnout of 10 men baseball team. vlich sponsors the event ea'eh arm college age boys for the veer uses the money to Imr- I fe,tlowsMp break2ast at the HORSE CLUB MEETS c;lae extra trgs for the I MarShalI Oommurty church --The Paradise Pra.nrs. 4:H school and the play grounds ISaturday . They w'fll schedule :orse crop met Aprzl  aw which are not allvted in the another in .abeut a month. home of Vieki Dalto, "' budget. The schooL is ,still[ Junior Leader Marlerra Brown quite new and it takes much Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Lenne- in charge. I time and money to get M1 'nee-[ backer of Pdchand were week- A review arid general discus- [ essary equipment, lawn and erd guests of Eeir daughter, sion was made on "The Deliv-[lavroun d inweovement's I Mrs. Matt Skocilieh. " t e r  .... . ery of the Foal, and on h [ __ i Easter Smnse servaees will breeding program for the [ EASTER SUNDAY SCHEDULE be held at the Community mare, including foaling date, [" Marshall Comnlunitv church church in Cheney at 6:30 a. the mace's .h,ealth selection of[wil h)ld Sunda School at 10 m. Iiaster morning. the staRion, etc. Mrs. Elvettal m 'Servc  will  in at 11 Lewis, guest speaker, review-[a"  " ,,es,. . g ,, ed "The Difference Between [ieard;nlr " " ..... CALL FOR BIDS the Modern Breeds of Light " ,, " ] Yung Pe@les "meeting is Eastern Washington tilES" 21 members pesernt ] h;du'lidhf. :[30pe'erd nd State College ;'rke ed, nknh;lr,,E11em?u Y. IfdDVldwitW:l?n:s "C,ross alSepartfl11eedobi:dPcrtilo s. hies" from milk cartons coy- al equipment and/or supplies ered with colorful con:struction Faper and filled with soft can- dies, to be delivered tomorrow to the residents of Bridlewood Sanitarium. Mrs. Roy Dalton served refreshments. With the return of more favorable weather, the club's driU team has resumed prac- tice. Drills were held April 8 and 10 at Arndt's Higcrest Stables. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mark Dalton, former tong- time resident of this area, now residing in Clarkston, is a pat- ient at Deaconess Hospital. Mrs. Dton, who is staying here alternately with her son, i Roy Dalton. reports that Dal- ton is much mproved. Mrs. Joe Johnson, ,h, as been' confined to her ,h, ome with a l muscle spasm in her hip the past few days, and reports that it is not serious, though it is .most u,ncomfortable. Friday dinner guests OF the Ed Bloomquists were the De- Milts of Spokane. With Em Hansen, the Blomquists at- tended the industrial arts ex- hibition at Trentwood. 2he Richard Jordan,s f Am- ber were Sund,ay f.tervoa callers: at the Ed West's. Satur- day, West and Russel attend- ed the FFA pre-show at Che- hey. Sue Larson was Leslie West's weekend guest. he Bryce Arndts enjoyed dirmer and darcing SaCurday evening at the BOF lodge. Mrs. I. K. Evans' neither, Jerry 3ahn, Ephrata, was a weekend guest. Mr. and Mrs. Euars and Larm, visited Gon- zaga Urfiversity, where Jerry's sister and brother, Caret arid James J.ahn, 'are atterding coL- lege. Carol will be graduating next month, arid was one of 20 Gonzaga students with a 4.0 semester average. James is completing his freshma year and is planning to go to Mex- ico this summer on a unve,r- sity-sponsored tour. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wasen- mller returned this week from a two week combination busine.ssoleasure trip. Wasen- miller ,attended the Nationa Gotmcil of Churches conven- tion at the o rod Hilton Hotel in Ohica,o, and Mrs. Wasen- miller visited her paren' in Chatarmoga, Tenn. After the conventional, he Wasenmillers vited ,his parents in Berrion Sprirgs, Mich. D on't share your profits with this thief arty longer. Kill wild oats before they have a chance to decrease your yields.. steal your profits, Avadex, Monsanto's wild oat killer lets you plant ear- lier with heavier yielding varieties. Take full advan- tage of wild oat control for greater yields and increased profits. See us soon,be sure you have enough Avadex to treat where wild oat, ap- peared last year. USE A.V00:00EX CHENEY FEED & FUEL CHENEY, WASH. M & M CHEMICAL CO. SPANGLE, WASH. Church services for the eve- ring wE1 begin t 7:30. WORK DAY SCHEDULED Armther work day has been scheduled ,on the playgro,und at Windsor Elementary SChool Saturday. Lunch will be pro- vided by ladies OF the PTO. The principal, Hugh Foy, re- ports that the last work day !was very successful and they rare anticipating a good turn ott and hoping for good weath- er. Please ,bring your shovels, rakes and trucks. Your coop- eration is greatly ,appreciated. GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES AT CHENEY CITY HALL Good Friday services will be hetd in the Cheney City H auditorium t 2:30 p. m. to- (by. COUNSELORS WILL SPEAK Windsor Elementary School PTO meet will be held Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. The rmm- intirg committee will present their slate :of officers for the coming year. The election will be held in May. The panel of teachers arid uidance counselors from Che- hey High Sch, ool will speak, to the group about preparmg their children ,for high ,school. Thore will be represertatives from departments such ,as math, science. English. They by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121, Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director ef Purchasing. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) For Buying Selling And Appraising COINS John's COIN SHOP West 506 Sprague Ave. Spokane John J. Naccarato RI 7-4490 Bus. FA 8-4740 Res. Member ANA-26498 PNNA, 84 good nezvs about home loans! FHA home loans to buy, build, remodel or refinance now available in this area through Seattle-First National Bank Seattle-First is pleased to announce that because of new Federal Housing Administration policies, we can now offer favorable FH& financing terms on property that previously would not qualify. Until recently, a home had to conform to metro- olitan construction standard to qualify for FHA naneing. Under the new Imliey, FiiA will approve loans on homes that eoniorm to the construction standards generally prevalent in the town or area in which the property is located. This means that Seattle-First can now make FHA real estate loans in this area -- loans that we could not make in the past. W caa also make FttA loans to refinanee an existing real-estate contract. Like to know more about thi program aml the advantages of FtIA fmanemg? .ome see u and we'll be glad to explaia the dctafl. You're more than welcome at Sattle-First. Sea.tile-First N ationa/Bank