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te News By Joanne Green NIGHT ENJOYED Spangle boaster night very successful with 23 and 22 members an- the 6:30 potluck dinner. the dinner the Span- Club and their leader, Fhig, furnished mot of The program in- a poem by S'h,aron Pier- sob by Carol AnN song by a,l'l the girls, sal'o by Marilyn Sievers, 4-H read by Carol Ann song by Judy Brd, Slavers, and Brake piano solo by Jane Rau- piano sob by Carolyn songs by the wh, ale accompanied by Louise poem, "Booster Night" read by Louise S1evers; from the st'ate master by worthy master, and the pro- ended with the Mop- .ad Shindig Dancers Following the pro- everyone p:!ayed bingo. GREEN WINS TRIP Carolyn Green, dough- Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn and granddau,ghter of Grunewaid has trip to t{ome. She is five finalkts in a Nat- sewing contest. On Oct. will compete in Rome. will be three winners n Rome with e,aeh of an exp,en to Paris and a $600 or co,:lege scholar- prize-winning an- cecal tweed dress and wi be worn in the Rome competi- roeher 'and h,ame eeon- will accompany She is now a jun- Perris high sc'loal anfli attend the university when s,he grad- IN FRANCE Merwin Currie, former- is ow stationed He spent a little Germa,ny where he to be stationed. He in a hosphl in Paris post is about 20 miles I Paris. He says his .is to rn to NEWS Fulton Idt Saturday the FFA National Conventi:an held in Knsas C:ty, Me. He was n, amed to represent Liberty Chapter at the vrent-0,n banquet held last spring. Again the Liberty Lancers were dekated, this time by gett'; bal}s by a s:c,re o,f 21-0. Wih only two games re- maining fer the frosh faoball team, they are piling up an im- Fressive re card af fo,ur sraight w.=.:s w;th,oat ,a paint being .cored again,st them. The Liberty FFA Livestock Judging team recently com- peted at Pullman p l!aci.ng fifth out of 33 teams. Tea,m mem- bers were Jack Cockbuvn, Jim Osthe,ller, and Start Gerhaus- or. Aternates we,re goger Pot- ter, Kenny Ciausen, Don Engle, Stee Gerhauser, and Jan at- son. Scorir.lg high as individ- uals were Jack Cockburn who gaced third and Jim OsthelleT 8th. Bays judging at Yakima on Oct. 2 were J,ack Cofckburn, Jim Ogheller, Jan Olson, Stan (;e.rh'auser, and Kenny Chu- s,an. They placed 31st out of =;.4 re,ares. Amber News e Mrs. N. A. Cordill OCTOBER 23 BOOSTER NIGHT AT AMBER AmbEr grange was hast to the Visitation meeting Tues- day evening with Four Lakes grange doing the fLo, ar work and Tyler grange putting on the program. Ninety-seven gvange, rs answered roll call, ineiucting several Po.moaa o.f- ricers and deputies Earl Hill and Dwight Beach. Amber grange wil observe booster night Saturday, Oct. 23, at 8 p. m. A good program is being planned by lecturer, Ellen Pro,ctor. Ladies are sked to bring tither cake or i jdlo. Everyone is invited. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- Chili burgers, baked squash, broad and but- tar, aprica crisp and milk. Tuesday -- Mashed potatoes , dth butter, meat balls with Miss gone Crabtree was a lmus.hroom sauce, hot ralis and 'e.eke:nd guest of Miss Carolyn [ butter, fruited jello aid milk. Sievers. Su, Aay Re ne and Car-I Wednesday " Vegetab]e dyn's family celebeated Caro-land nwat stew, cabb,a? slices, lyn's birthday. Ibre,ad and butter, pars and Mrs. Gordon Green was hon- milk. Gre2 ,at a birthday dinner at },e Ronnie Green borne Sun- C,ay aftcrna, an. Gue,sits incl:ud- ed Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Green, Jim Green, Mr. and Mrs. Dick /tkinsc, n, Frank, Rick, and John all ef Spokane, and Mr. and Mrs. Verl Hemmer of Span- gle. The Spangle Ladies Aid met nt the h,ame af Mrs. Joanne Green hst Weidnesday. The group welcomed five visitors, along with 12 members and {our childran. The r.ext meet- ing will be with Mrs. Pauline lraud Oct. 20 at 2 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Hardd Allen visited loy Mill Sunday after- lira. n. Mrs. Cordon Green visited RW Mill, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helmer and with Mr. and Mrs. Inrfie Green, Wednesday eve- ,=n,g. The Spangle Estern Sta" will k, dd a card party at their hall Oct. 15 beginnirg at 6 p. m. Everyone is wdcome to come ,aad share in the fun. Mr. and Mrs. Emir Gard- net were Sunday dinner guegs of the Claude Schieches. "All right, all right," snap- pad the wife to her husband, "So I like to spend money. But just name one OTHER extrav- agance-" Thursday -- Cherokee cas- serole, lettuce salad, bread and butter, pe, ars and milk. Friday -- Macaroni and cheese, hot dogs, ce)ery, eo,ok- ies and apple sauce and milk. 'Pbe Spolane county n, urse witl be at the Amber scSool, Monday, Oct. 18, at 1 p. m. for anyone needing sh,ot3. Mrs. R.orald McKinley was hostess to the Yung Gals bridge dub Wednesday after- n,oon at her home. Prize win- n,ers included Mrs. J:ohn H. tlarris, Mrs. Melvin Marsh and Mrs. J. W. Decker. Mrs. Don Lamberte will entertain the dub n,ext at her home on 0c- to,her 21. The Spolarre County Bok- mobile wiil visit the Amber school, Tueshay, OCt. 19 from 9:45 to 10:30 a. m. Anyone wishing to borrow beaks may do so at this time. Mr. and lrs. E. A. Melville .of Chancy arid Mrs.. Larry Ada.ms,n, Diane, Sharon and Brian of Lament were Stnday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sooy and famiiy. Mr. ,and Mrs. Leaard Mus- ser spent the weekend at Priest Lake as guests of Fre,d Auekley. H'ouse guests Tuesd,ay and Wednesday of lr. and Mrs. F. Tyler News By Wanda Stengh M*. an.fl Mrs. Lloyd Able,man and Mr. and Mrs. John Ham (!'roe to Chrkstcn, Sunday to b with the.Jr sister, Mrs.! 5hude Prentice who is criti- cally ill. Mrs. Ab}eman re-[ mained to be with her sister ,'or several more days. Bill Ros, e,nau with Charlie Miller o,f Medical Lake enjoyed gra, use .hunting over the week- end. The Millers were spper guests Sunday evening at tile Rosenau's home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Lamment c{ Clcney were weekend guests at the Johnny Ham's, staying with Sue and Kaye while their parents were out of town. Mrs. Gene Miduelson will be :at her new address 113 See- N. McKinley were Mrs. Ethel Buchanan and Mr. and Mrs. i Perry Buelan'a,a, all f Seattle. Wednesday evening the group ere dinner guests at the Ron- ald McKinley home. Mrs. Kent Sooy and Carol were Sunday guest,s o,f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ch,artes St0,}p of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Harris accompanied Mrs. Bessie Dare an,d Lyle to Omak where they were all guea,ts f Mr. and Mrs. Ban Wilson for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Merrill, Kenny, Keith and Karrie of Spokane were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. RonMd McKin- ley, Mike and Brenda. Mr. and Mrs. C.ris Huber f Stokane were callers later in the day. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry. Buob and .children of Co lfax were Sunday guests of  parents, : Mr. and Mrs. tIoward Buob. Amber Ramblers 4-H club will ldd ,a re-organizational meeting Monday, Oct. 18 at 7:30 p. m. in the s@ool lmuse. !Officers for the cming year :will be elected. Any one wish- ing to join 4-H is urged to be at his meeting. J'ohn EdiSon, father of Mrs. GIerm Best suffered a heart ,attack a week ago and in he Sacred Heart h'ospital. This has :n'eeesNtated the BeSt family spending quite a lot of time with Mrs. Edm_iston this week as she is under ctor's care. Mr. ,and Mrs. F. N. McKinley aeeomganied by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Decker enjoyed a drive ] Sun, day abng Skyline Drive at Mary McCroskey. Park. Jo Ellen Jordan wa a Mon- day guest of Mr. and Mrs. ttawe J,ord,an. i:i!ii)!:!!(! ;: i)Ti:i: i}}i!i!i:i:il ::)i:2!::i:i: Ever wish you had a nickel tar every time you tried to start saving? Well, you're not alone. Most of us find it pretty tough to start saving, and keep saving. So here's a tip that could mean real money to .you: open a SEAFIRST automatic savings account. Here's how it works. You tell us how much money you want to save each month. We automatically transfer that amount from your checking to your savings. No special trip to the bank. No deposit slips to fill out. No forgetting. Your savings account grows automatically. No fooling. One more tip. Don't worry about starting small. No matter what the monthly amount, your automatic sav- ings account is more than welcome at Seattle-First 'National Bank. And so are you. See you on payday ? Seattle-First National Bank MKMIII:R FEDERAL DKPOIIT INURANCIf CORPORATION ":" , You're more than welcome at any of the statewlde o.ices of Seattle.First National Bank on.d, Cheney, as sloe is getting settled in her new 'home this week. Mr. arid Mrs. Virgil Bunk and children of Cheuey, also Mr. and Mrs. Gee Jacks;on, and Karen ,of Spokane were Sunday callers at the home of the Harold Jacksons. IIrs. Helen Jackson and Mrs. Margie litter of Spokane held a ,luneh, eon at the home o.f their mother, Mrs. Polly Able- man, to healer ,her birthday Tuesday. Out of town guests were Mrs. Luella Kuhn of Es- lYan;ola and son Joseph and ]Irs. Fish of Spokane. There were 12 ladies present. Mr. and Mrs. arvey Ihrri- son of Seattle were guests of Mrs. Myrtle A. Ableman, leav- ing on Friday. They were en- tertained on Weffnsday right at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arley AbLe,man for di:nner. Guests also were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Abtemran and son Steve and Todd of Chancy. Mrs. Gotdie Kartc,hner at- tended a luncheon Thursday at the home of Mrs. Tom Scott of Chancy, op(n}ing t'he LDS Ilehef Society work fr this [ season. Dr. and Mrs. Grant Thomas and famity were Sund:ay after- noun e,atlers at the ha,me of the Kartehners. Mr. and Mrs. Art S,ta,ngle and boys drove to Orville Sunday, returrting Sun,day evening. Jaeky Stengle injured his arm phying football with his broth'ers. His left ann wll be in a cast for about three weeks. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner GRANGE NEWS The Last two Spokane Ooun- ty Pomona grange Fdlovship tours were held last week. Tuesday evening 99 gran'g- es met in the Amber grange hal with Amber host, Four Lakes the fbor work and Tyler the program. Oregon was the theme for the program. Ira Slma was the narraov for the "Oregon Trail." AMn Miller, maser of the Tyler grange sa.ng, "Od Shep," Friday, October 15, 1965 aeComlanied on a guitar by: Alvin Milter. His daughter danced the dephant @a,'ce. Earl Hill and Dwiffh Beach led fie community sing. The door prize was won by Alamo Melton of Opportunity grange. There was a coll, ectin o,f $14.60 f,ov the youth and Jun- ior granges. Tlere were eht Sutord, inate masters prsent, Margie Hill, Nwtheast district Ju, m, or matron ad Hattie Beach, Junior matron .or Po- mona. Saturday, Oct. 9, there were 138 grangers t the )ast d the 1965 FellowShip tours. It was held in he Greeracres grange bal. Arkansas as the state hormred. Greenacres was 'hst. Neighborhood had charge of the tlor work and Tri-Cm- munity the program. Leona Widner was in,traduced as the only Slokane county gan,gerl attending eight corsecutive years o,f Feiliowsh'il ) tours. ano, uncements made were on Oct. 18, Spolane County will cele,brate its 60th anm- v ersary with a booster night in the Tria,n,gie grange hal. State grange master, A. tars Nelson, and state grange see- rega,ry, Pauline Co,liin, will 'at tend. Mabel Johns.ton, Pomona l::eturer, will have charge of the program, Mrs. Johsto)n !also ann, ounced th'at on Nov. 8 ,at the Plaza grange 'hzll there wilt be a gra,nge m'lly with the foil(owing granges o's h*asts ta the .other gran,ges in the county. These follwing granges will put on the pea- gram ,and feed the other gran- ges. Please all ,of the foltlow- ig grartges take no,tics: Amber, East Cheney, Esp- n,d Paradise, Windsor, For Corners, Tyler, Moran. Four Lakes, Phza, Neiglbaflwed, Sp,ang,le, Triangle, Waverly and McIntosh. Fifteea gang- es have cRarge of this big val.. Other announcements *made were the grange ,Rome ecn- amirs mee.ti, ntg for OCt. 15 was cancelqe,d arid will meet Nr. 9 at the Darigold Dairy Hos tess room with the n, erheast Chancy Free Press Page 3 home evonqnist, Thela Pugh, m charge. Booster night will be eld at he Wid,sor grange hall Oct. 20; Waverly lall Oct. 22 and Opportunity hall 0. 22. There wi be an ucion sale at Neighborh, oed grange h,a Oct. 30 with Warren John- ston auctioeer. Ph.ere will be a benefit card party 'for tte Valley third anl fourth degree team. It  be hem in 'tSe East Spokane gange ,hal. Mrs. Larry Gady wan the .door prize ,.at he Fdlowship tour in the @rnacres 'hall There was $15.19 cllected for the youth grotp. Ted Berry, editor of the WaShingto Stae Grange News, visite the ast Poorm meetirrg at Four Lakes. He has been editor ef the grange rews thor 30 years. Other visitors ', ere Don Moton, Lament, and tlLp,h Owens, CortEx, Glen Earl and Mrs. Chrk. Mr. and Mrs. Omev Will- iams visited Mr. and Mrs. Ern- est Williams and Mrs. Claudia Wil'liams hst Sunday. Alvin Reynglds, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Re,.o,lds of Haybrd and Carol Rhimer o,f Spokane were married Oct. 5 in Spokane. Forty attended the re,ee,lU,a held tat even- ing in the home. The yu,rrg couple .are malting their lome in Spakne. Mr. and Mrs. Fattest Dawe visited the O. T. Mayfieds last Saturday. Jan Mayfield visited her par- ants, Mr. an'd Mrs. O. T. May- fied Tuesday. Mss Mahffietd works in Spokane and ,lives with a relative in ton. Mrs. Leoa Widner, Jim O1- sn, and laxine Osn eaed on Ray W:,IIoufflby hst week- enid. Mabel Wayne, Mr. ad Mrs. Ed Pu,pp and Mrs. mmett [Kamla caled n P}ora Smith during the week______ . R is neither weal@ nor splendor, but tranquility and ,- oecupatbn which give tm.ppi- I ness. NOW! 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