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Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner NIGHT HELD Comty Pomona held Booster Night in I grange hall Sept. 28. Jonn.ston, Pomona Lee- had charge of the meet- Grange officers pres- were A. Lars Nelson, Sate Master, who gave a on "What Is Good For armers;" Pauline Collin, ,and Jack Silners, of the State Grange, ave short talks. and over grange w e r e hone)red. those were Mr. and Claude G .aner, Ira Shea, Mrs. Eliee Strong. E lice Strong o.f East grange h, as been a for 53 years. Among clothes of ye:ster were Mabel Johnston, L. Nina Hobbs, Mary Oran Scott, Edith Lela Potrer, Rose Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mr. and Mrs. Leib, Mr. lrvin Cain, Kaven O1- Widner. Clatde Garner wore a '0 years old. It was were 225 present. GRANGE MEETS County Pomona met Sept. 26 in the grange hal. There in attendance. were 11 candidates who gave five minute on what .hey wold try if elected to office in Attendirg were :d Mrs. Charlie Porter, Mrs. Claude Garner, ]er and Lon:a Wid- PkAYED grange lad 19 tab- Cards in play at the last The next card party will 30. The Juvenile will have a par- he hall Oct. 31 from 7 1). m. This will take the of a Juvenile Jamboree HONORED grange ,honared Mr. Nck Sehavff on their Wedding anniversary on 26. There were 140 gran- present. A Fot- preceded the cele- Scharff's six children Their son, .Larry, _ :J, stationed at Port I_wis, na  me for ,the celebratiun. d ARLES PLAYED -"a aaet grange had 12 tables '/.*ls ,in plaay Friday eve- :, This Friday they wil s,'h)ster night. AI friends gran,ge are invited as i,t so _n meeting. There will '.'rd playing and prizes. ad HANNUM DIES ,i2 ' Iannum, past maser af ,,.r grange :and executive teeman, ded Sept. 23 . 's. buried in Greenwood nge :_.1 Park :Sept. 25. He is -ett,.' 1 by s wid,ow, Morel, e711ter and a son. t01 L MENTIONS Mrs. Case s(fi*s Hauge have returned ry tEll Dry Cleaners from a two week trip to Yd- Harold Allen, Hugh Hart and lowstone Park, Wyo., arm Salt JuIan Murghy; p`iansts, Grace Lake City. They visited Mr. Byers, Nona Hengen, Barbara and Mrs. Yonrt in Binghum[Dodson, Marilyn Sievevs and! City, Utah, and came borne by lBeverly Reily. way of Boise .and Starwood, Wash., where they visited Mrs. Roskam's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Lane. Hauge came from h home in Portland to go on the trip with the Roskams. He is well known in the Windsor area as a former resident. Mrs. Fred Mrtin, Mrs. Jhn Garras and Adelaide Larsen spent several days visSting Mrs. Matrin's son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoegh, in la,sco last week. Lawrence Charneski, who is atterrding WSU at Pullman, was ,home over the weekend. Mrs. Mabel Wayne is con- v,aloscing at home after s'ev- eral days in the hvsptal. Irma Stragier and Myrtle Smith attended he card party at the Ea, st Spokane grange Saturday evening. Mrs. Lloyd Towne of Sea,ttle was a weekerd guest of Mrs. Nellie Hzgel recently. Mrs. Monde Pruit of Blue- field, W. Va, is visiting her son.in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilard Bowen, and her cousins, Neta Bowe, Kate Olson and CloD Phillips. Clara Neslin called on A,na Lysell, who is in a nursing home in Spokane. Mrs. Sylvia Nichols nd her son have returned o their home in Akron, Ohio, after spend`ing 10 days visitin,g her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Pet- erson. Mr. and Mrs. La,rry Ward have returned ,home Mter vis- iting relatives and friends in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albrecht's daughter arid her family have returned hme to Carpondale, IH., after several weeks visit- ing her parents. David Fox arid son David Joe Jr. have returned lmme to Ripley, W. Va., after spending two weeks visitin a son, who is in the Air Force and 'lives near Hayford. Atterdin.g Jrmior College from the Hayfird area are tonald Adams, Michele el- son arid Ronald Mayfield. Fxm the Windsor area is Eric Pet- erson. Otto Blcisner, who has been quite rl, hs recovered and is able to be out a gain. Mr..and Mrs. Ed Priest have move:d into their home in Hay- ford. Atending the Sunset grarge card party last Fiday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Jim An- den, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hooe, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mordg, Mrs. Ellen Sterritt and Tom Hedger. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jhnson entertained at dinner Sunday ,for Mrs. Bert Liebertroth ad ! Leena Widget. I The following teachers from the three schools at Fairchild Air Percc Base surprised Mrs. Ruth Klingle a,t a ,house warm- ing ir her new hme Satur- day evening: Isabelle Powdl, Mabel Austin, Hazel Hill, Louise Martin, Gladys: Bailey, Elizabeth Cline, Maxine O lson and Mrs. Karen Powell. Spangle News 6y Jeanne Green NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones are the proud parents of a 6 pound 15 ounce baby boy. The VOting hd, born Set. 29, was named Mark Thomas. The proud pa- ternal gva,rdparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hank Jones. SCHOOL ATTENDED Members rom Primrose Re- bekah Lodge attendin,g t'he dis- trict school of instructi)n S- urday in the Odd Fellows Tem- ple were Bertha Grunewaltl, Cecelia Burns, ZennM Dan- forth, Nettle Mill, A,rma Suks. doff, Louise Sievers, Minnie Knuth, Joa,rme Green, Elva Jones, Mildred Girs-rger, and Louise Pittman. Bertha Grune, wad was a,mong the past ds- tri presidents' honored. Lou4se Pittman was elected 1965 vice preside at of the dis- tct. Minnie Kt uth was a'lso seated as a appointed 1965 district officer. CHURCH OFFICERS ELECTED Election of church ofieers was held fol'lwng clmrh ser- vices Sunday. They are: board el-airman, til Hall; Sundy shol superintendents; Mabel Gerki g, Don Johnson and Ber- tha HI; eiders, Harold Allen% l ehanan, Phil Hall, Hugh Irt, larl Rohwer and Julian Mtwpby; deacons, Art Byers, lmirman, Norton Jennkngs, Denny Hall, Harold irsberg- er, Don Jahnsn, and Randy Rohwor; deaconesses, Laura Helmer, chairman, Louise Siev- era, Ruby Hart, Colleen Crab- tree, Lob Byers, Je Green, Ann Smith, Pare esser, Bertha Hall, Elva Jnes, Grace Parker, Mildred Girsberger ad Edna Reilly; secretary, Virginia Stroek; church treas, 'urer, Harold Allen; Sunday ,h,ool secretary, Ruby Hat, with Blva 5ones and Don Jvhn- son aisting; usces, Phil Hall, Ben Gerking, Art Byers, NEWS IN BRIEF Mrs. Ronnie Green, Bon.nie, D ormie, and Loaanie were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Atkinson of S:po-, kane. It was a celebration of Mrs. Gordon Green's birlday, i Mrs. Greg Andersoa was hos- tess .of a fashion party Sept. 30. i Guests tried on new fashions at the party. The door prize] was won by Arm Smith. Mrs. Anderson said it was a very suiccessful party and several more parties have been booked in the Spangle area. ]. and Mrs. Hans Clmasen have left for a trip to Ger- many. They will visit many friends and rehtives. Mrs. Louise Pittman visited the Jack Pittm,ans at Clfax Sunday. Bonnie, Donnie, and Lonnie Green visited their grandmoth- er and consins in Spokane Sat- urday. Bob Polluck was a weekend guest of Bill S`ievevs. They at- , tended the fre,slman initiation at Liberty High Friday eve- ning. The Liberty High School Fu- ture Farmers went with their instructor, George Fisher, to the Yakima Fair Satur'day for the livestock judging contest. "Ieam members were Allen Reilly, George Engle, Jack Cockburn, Alan Roecks and Ronnie Hardesty. The Satttrday before, the same group ,atend- ed the livestock judging at the WSU camptts ,at Pullman. They were guests at the WSU-Wyo- ruing football game. The garden judging team placed third in the state ut of 13 teams ertered at the state 4-H fair in Yakm,a. The possible score was 1,000. Team members scores were: Bruce Metzger, Spokane, 963; Becky FFaig, Spangle, 936; Eddie Emt- man, C:heney, 905; Judy Cornmesser. Spangle, 886. The first Blue Bird meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Jack DeGon, the leader. Mem- bers are Penny Baird, Terri Baird, Re,bin Brown, Sherri By- ers, Rene Crabtree, Bonnie De- Gon, Melinda DeGn, Shelly Dodson, Jill FlaAg, Kathy Kap- lan, Lou An Houon Bnie Morgan and Janet Schieche. Fourth gTaders flying tp G'amp Fire Girls ,are: Shannon Dodson, Loura Engle, Shirley Fricke, Sara Parker, Janet Pierson and Diane Splichal. The Camp Fire leader is Mrs. Bud Morgan. The first Bible study clRsses at the Spangle C'. istin church will begin on Nov. I. Everyone is welcome. The first potluck at the Spangle church has been ten- tatively set for Nov. 15. Art Byevs and D:r. Turner enjoyed a hunting trip over he weekend. Mrs. Turner and i chil, dren spent the weekend with Mrs. Byers. Mrs. Byes returned to Lewiston, with Mrs. Turner Sunday evenn,g. Mrr. and" Mrs. Ed Strock at- tended the thoroughbred horse sale at the fairgrounds Saturday evening. They en- joyed seeing hxee 4-H club: members yearlings receive high prices. One sold for $7,000 (one, of the ,ghest pric- es of the sale), one for $850 and the third for $600. Mrs. Bertha Haft has re- turned from Great FoBs, Mot. She visited her son, Bob Hall, and his family. Roy Davis was buried at the Spangle cemetery Mnday. Among his survivors is George Davis, known to many in the Spangle area. The sixth annual high school etor',s clinic was hem at Whitworth college Saturday. Students attending the year- book clinic were Judy Corn- waN, Na,cy Gro, Connie tt,offm.an, Lois' Wittwer and Sammie Jo Young. Others rep- resenting the Ledger staff were Gayle Roecks, Darleen Pitman, Deanna Parker, Don- na Pottratz, Mike Coae, Law- rence Albert and Nona Metz- gel'. Julie Gough, LHS junior, en-, tered Deaconess .hspital last week. She underwent surgeay i We0esday afternoon. She WIn remain in the bestial or a while longer and wouM appre- ciate card. SPEED YOUR WORK WITH A P, ubber Stamp FOR SPEEDY SERVICE ORDER DIRECT FROM Cheney Free Press F0urLakes By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 GRANGE NEWS Four Lakes grange will meet tonight at 8 p. m. Gour Lakes grange a,uxiBary will meet Thursday. Because the hostess isn't sure he be back, contact the president, Mrs. Moser, for the p.lce of meeting. BUSY FINGERS 4-H Nora Lou Moo'e was select- ed along with three other irls from Spokane County as a reg- u.lar delegate in the foods judg- ing division fr he Yakima Fair. The judging was held Sat- urday. The team placed fourth in the state. Nora Lou pta.cd fifth. BIRTHDAYS CELEBRATED Mrs. Sarah Kirkpatrick cele- brated her 81st birthday last week. Her brother, Charles Moursund, celebrated his 79t birthday. Helping them cele- brate were Mrs. Kirkpatrick's ida'ughter, Norma Jean For- rand, and .her granddaughter, Susan Kay Warren of .Portlm.d Other guests during the week at the Kirkpatrick home were Mrs. C ruks, Mrs. Er- f.arth, Mrs. Delbert Spear, Jack Stroub, A. H. Coffman, Mrs. and Mrs. Everet Ki'rkpatrick and daughter, and Mrs. Louise Lemmoneire of Moses Lake. MACES ATTEND FUNERAL Mr. ad Mrs. Russell Mace left last Wednesday f Long- view, Aibert, due to the death of George Mace. Mr. Mace, ho died of cancer, was 72. He is survived by his widow, r- cis; two dau.ghters, eight grand- children, two great-grandclil- dren, and several consins. Funeral services were ,held Thursday in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace returned: Friday afternoon. While they l were gone Mr. and Mrs. Fred l Peterson a,nd amily stayed with Russ Jr., Lenard and Sara K'aye. PERSONAL MENTIONS BiN Fitznor, Audrey Lawswn and the Del Standefers were Sunday guests of the Robert L. Nelsons. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Larson were Saturday right guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Larson of Spokane. Margaret Jack is now en- voi, led in college at Nampa, Idaho. Mr. and Mxs. Rob'and ,%ck drove Margaret to Nampa and then traveled to Montana and Southern Idaho betore re- turring. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Jack s'pent fihe weekend at Moscol visiting friends. Mrs. Val Moore spent the weekend with Mrs. Grehe Moser. Mr. nd Mrs. Nick Haidey, Mrs. ARce Reitmeier .and Mrs. Bonnie Scott called on Mrs. Moser. Mrs. Virgil odner caled on Mrs. Moser. Ed Kr()ut of Hermiston, Ore., a former resident of Four Lakes, was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cedy Snder- fer. Krout is a brother of Mrs. Standerfer. Mr. and Mrs. Van Camp and Mrs. Crooks called on Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Knapp of Medical Lake. Henry Wynstra spent last week and this week in Oakes- dale on business. Mrs. Wynstra was a Satur- day dinner guest of Mrs. Wes Silzei of C)akesdale. Mr. and Mrs. Loseoe Taylor o'f Evans were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vaugbn and family. Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill AMBER HOT LUNCH Monday -- Spaghetti with meat and tomato sauce, lettuce sa4ad, bread and buter, peach- es, milk. Tuesday  Creaaned pota- taes, spinach, weiners, lint rolls and butter, apricot crisp, milk. Wednesday  Chili beans, fruit .cocktail shd, corn bred and butter, eDDies, milk. Thursday  VegeaMe and meat stew, ]elo and pear sa`i- ad, cottage cheese, bread and butter, chocolate pudding, milk. Friday -- Potato soup, grilled cheese sandwich, carrot sticks, ice cream, milk. BLOOD DONATIONS ASKED Amber Gran!ge nmt Tuesday evening.. Discussion was held on varmus resolutions. Bood bank chairman Elen Proctor asked for dormtims. Anyone who can give blood is asked to contact her. Cancelled stamps are to be turned in to Mrs. Josie Marsh. Next meeting is Oct. 20 at 8 p. m. SCROGGIE ON MEND Frierds of Wallace Scroggie wiI be happy to krmv ht he was able to leave the ospita last Sunday and is recuperat- ing nicely. It will still be a 1,'it- tie while before he will be abe to resume ,his teactting po- sition. Walhce was hurt in a hunting accident. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Leslie Mill ws a guest of h, er sister, Mrs. Grace Me, Donald, Wednesday afternoon at a crd party given by Loy- aIW Chaoter, DES, at Haw- thorne Manor in, Spokane. She was als,o one of the prize win- ners. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn BesL Glenna, onnie and Frank were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea and family of Tyler. Spending the weekend at the Friday, October 9, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 3 'People, Spots in The News i _ turned clock back several centuries with Arthurian - jousting meet.  . i SAFE TO LAST: Steel ban4 made of wire finer than violin strings i reinforces tread of new ."radial" i tire B. F. Goodrich will .vield 50% more wear. CROQUET STYLE putting helped Bob. Shave Jr. score well iiii.iii in Canada Open golf, ii A TRIPLE FIRf IT--L'Hussier triplets of Nashua, N.H. venture a few steps in celebration of their first birth. day. They're Carol, Debbie and Cathy. McKinley cabin on Priest Lake were Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Mc- Kinley, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McKinley, Ray t nd Mr. arid Mrs. N, orveI Io'lmes of Choney. Mrs. Robert Groan and Richard were Monday ater- oon guests of Mrs. Agnes Speber. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Danies and Don of Cheney we,re St- urday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Betz, Peggy Sue, Jim and Franklin. Mrs. Fred Sooy and chil- dren were Saturday gues. of her sister, Mrs. Lacry Adan- son, and family of Lament. Word bas been received that Harry Barkowsky, wh,o was in- jured week, is doing fine .and opes to be home in about a week. He is confined at the Fairahild hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mil- ler drove to Spolan,e Tuesday, where Mr. George Miler joined them for a drive ut to Greenbtuff for fruit. W. Edward Betz and Fank Btmker left Monday on a guid. ed ,hunting ,trip to British Oo- lumba. They are packing in and hope to get either a moose or an elk. Crood uck, fellows! Most of the afl seeding ,has been done in this area and the farmers have been taking full advantage of the beaufful weather the past week to do other chores th*at are always in a car accident last present an a farm. most 00ll00d-aba00 'aS Chevrole$ Impala Sport Sedan '6$ 0000errolet lmpal00 It's '65's biggest, most beautiful change. There's strik- ride with a new Full Coil suspension system. Fact is, |rig new styling. New length, width and lowness. A if you overlook just one thing you can easily convince roomier new Body by Fisher housing an interior yourself you're onto a big expensive car here. that's a knockout. And a more serene Jet-smooth And that thing is its Chevrolet price. Corvair here's never been anything like it from either side And a higher powered range of engines-with-up to of rite Atlantic. 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