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le News By Joanne Green NIGHT plans for Friendship at Primrose Rebekaih No. 94 were made at last meeting. It wfl be Oct. 27 at 8 p. m. in the Fell,ows hall. They are naking fin, a,1 plans for sale to be held Nov. welcome ny rum- ARRIVES rrd Mrs. Ted Damiarri Sehieche) of Scts,dale, are the parents of a 6 oz. baby boy born Oct. ramed their first Vi*ncent. Claude Schieehe flew stay with her daargh- family for seeal are Mr. and Schieche (K Span- Mr. and Mrs. D!amiani Great grandpar- Mrs. Martha Nei, lsen and Mrs. Hazel of Spokane. The new umerous great uncles in the 'area. ERAL HOSPITALIZED Sarah Primmer was to Deaconess hospital to undergo treat- r pai,n in her face. released Saturday and at her daug'hter's, in Spokane. Corky Corrmessev was to Deaconess where surgery st She was expected or Wednesday. to Holy Family Hos- Yeas Mrs. Jim Stentz. surgery Thrs- was expected hme during the week. evening Ml's. Hugh i*nto Dacness surgery Momtay- ;. Sire did not expect more than of days. NEWS .high c'tmol irs ,hId- lome comin ce,le- Oct. 21 ad 22. Alnni years have received evening flere rally at the lfith The hiNLh'ghts of the the btrrmrrg of an f a lam in preparation Riverside game, and of the Hvne- Que arrd her tw Refreshments f-: a football game with wfl!l be held n the The pep cl,b will the game. The el'i- be the Homee.onling ta be :held from 9-12 eve ning. ctefeated fresh foot- beat the Freeman the second time last score was 32-7, up- season's tol so far to 7 points scored th, em. downed Liberty Friday by a score George Enffte scored tou, chdown, and J(hn made the extra made a nice the Sadie Hawkins Friday. Everyone fit the theme "Hill- Chaperones Mrs. Les Gerhauser, and Mrs. A1- FHA Chapter re- first scar far Horror at the Regiocml Con- in Kettle Falls recent- FHA gi went, by Miss Trow- two mothers, Mrs. and Mrs. loberL The hig ,hli,ht (ff the a speech .and slides edueati(m by. Dr. Zeno Katterle of WSU. Sma:li groups discussed the nine parts of the FHA program. Mary Brewer, Liberty's speak- er, presented the topic "Indi- viduality" to her group. Tho,se girls attending were Mary Brewer, Darlene Wright, Shirley Riley, Judy Baird. Eathy OsthcLlcr, Wa'nda Tut- tie, Pattie Gimlen, Sammie Young, Becki SwanJxoa. Becky Flaig, Linda GIover, Jane Rau- 'gust, Juie Rroellich, Celia Ger- ling, Jane Brincken, Cindy GeVhauser, Miarilyn Sievers, Jan Dennie, Sherry Gortsma, Coleen Swift and Fisher CANDIDATES VIE Catrdidates for tlhe three po- slit, errs on the IAbevty District Board ,o,f Education to be filled at the Nov. 2 election are Mrs. Cernwall, to succeed Fred B]auert; Mrs. AI Roecks and Cbarles Blake for the position belong vacated by Mrs. Walter Enzler; and Paul Sievers. a candidate for re-election. BOOSTERS TO MEET The West Liberty boasters will meet at 8 p. m., Oct. 26, in the Spangle grade school gym. Mrs. Ferre:ll of ,the Better Bus- iness Bureau will be the speaker. The pubi, c is we,l- come. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helmer enjoyed a trip up into Mon- tane ,last week. They spent evera d,ays ,on the road sight- eeng. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brash, and Mrs. Gary Brash left last week on heir annual hunting trii in Montana. vrs. Mirmie Knuth, Mrs. Nettle Mill, and Mrs. Louise Pittman attended Rebekah District No. 24 meetin. at Dav- en,pcwt ht Saturdiay. Mrs. D,o,ris Sieverkrepp viy-! ited last week. She spent time with ,her mother, Mrs. Bernice Parker, with SaIl'ly Ho,ffman and Pat Anderson. Mrs. Bernice Parker has moved into an alart'men, in Spokane. loy Paul las pur- chasd her lome in Spangle.! M. C. Stark of Unim and Gene Stark of gentan visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stroek Thursday evening. @e,ne spent the week'enld attending busi- ness meetings in Spokme and 'etu, red ,home Stmday. M. C. Stark wiLl say fr several weeks with the Strocks. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. F_inger have moved from their lmme jast n, erth of Spa,n,gle to Spo- kane. loy Paul recently went on a ,short trip to southern Wah- ingn. Amber News s Mrs. N. A. Cordill PTO MEETS Amber Parents-Teachers or- ganiaztion held its first meet- ing with President W. Edward Betz presiding. It was decided to have only two more meet- in,gs t,his term, one in Febru- ary :and the other in April. Mr. Betz named the f(liow:ing cm- mttees: ways and means: Dick Jordan, Bud Haa'ris, AI Dah], Don Lambert 'and Harold Hart- l'ey; membership: EIin)r Best arrd adelon Jord, a*n; program: Fl,erence Harris, Jaretta Hart- ley, Pat McKinley, Mr. Mc- C'ul'ey and Mrs. Scho,ns. The greup voted to trove the anrru,al Comnunity Potluck dinner Friday, Nov. 19 at 6:30. More information on the din- nea" will be given l'ater. The cmmittee for decoratin:g and setting tables for the dinner are Jerry. Lambert, Jerry Iahl, Reth, a Lucas and Dois Lewis. Various discussion were held pertaining to money-making ideas. After the meetirg eosed the pupils ,of the over room, un- der diree%ion of Mrs. Sclmns resented a deiglful 1gram of sng ,arm readirgs after JOB BULLETIN 00killed & Semi-Skilled Machinists Machine Operators Tool & Die Makers Model Makers Template & Sheet Metal Fabricators are immediate, good-paying jobs available right now at Boeing Company's Commercial Airplane Division in Renton, At Boeing, you'll work with the world leader in transportation, and enjoy many job advantages, including working conditions, paid vacations and holidays, plans and employee.organized sports end social Boeing is an equal opportunity employer. Ply in person, or write to Mr. Robert J. Farrell, Commercial Plane Division, 8th and Logan, P. O. Box 707-GOW, Renton, shington 98055. COMMERCIAL AIRPLANE DIVISION wch o,pen house was held in the :sch:ool rooms. Each room was decorated with very. at- tractive bluuetin beards, inter- esting disp]ays fff class pro- jects, items of the stUdents' work, text books and teaching aids. Refreshments served by Florence Harris, Pearl and Doris Lewis concluded the evening. TO HOST Amber grange will hold a booster night, Saturday, Oct. 23 at 8 p. m. Master Larry. Oeser las issued a:n i,nvita@on to everyone to atterrd. Lectur- er Ellen Procter anno.unces that a g(rod program is Flan- ned fer the evening. Mrs. Kath- erine Anderson will be p,res- :ent with several of her stu- dents from the E,dn,a Davis s(c'tral for the deaf in Spokane and will prese,nt a de,monstra- tir0n o'f their method of teach- ing. Mrs. Anderson, who is a very capable and warm per- son, doe,s a good job o,f teach- ing these youngsters and eve,ryoae is sure to enjoy the program. Other numbers wil'l aloe be on the program. Lad- ]e.s are reminded to bring eith- er layer cake or jello. BECOMES CITIZIN Mrs. Larry Oeser be,same a United States citizen 1,ast [hursday afternoon, in cere- monies held in the Federal Dstrict Court in Spokane. She was a rrative of Switzerland. IIer guests for the cere,mo,ns included her husband Larry and children, David and Ohris- tine, Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Oes- er and Mrs. R. T. Hoopinar- net. AMBER SCHOOL MENU Mn!day -- Potato and wet- her casserole, peas, bread and butter, peaches, milk. Tuesday -- Spaghetti with meat and tomato sauce, green salad, hot rs anti butter, chocolate pttdding, milk. Wednesday -- White beans, with bacon, panut butter sandwiches, fruit salad, apple sauce cake, milk. Thursday -- Vegetable and hamburger ea,sserote, jelo salad, bread and butter, cook- ies, milk. Friday -- Tuna with nood- les, pickled beets, carrots, bread and butter, ice cream milk. Mrs. Gilmore Rietz was a Wednesday lun,chen guest o,f .her sister, Mrs. Bess Smith of Spokane. Clark Cordill nd Len of Spokane were Sunday callers at the N. A. Cordi,ll lame. Jo Elen Jordan was a Thurs- 6ay .overnight guest of Shir- ley and GaLl Hartley. Dougtas Weeks of Seattle was a weekerrd guest of Mr. and Mrs. @harl, es A. Miller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lanbert, Jill and Chuck were weekend guests o.f Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krom of Dusty. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Sooy, Carol and @ary spent the [weekend at Radium Hot' :Sprin,gs in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Art Knauft of Spokane were Sunday sup- per guests of his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Grim,ore Rietz. Enjoying Sunday dinner with r. and Mrs. Richard Jordan arid family were Mr. and Mrs. Wiimer Kidwcll, Jim and Beth and Mrs. Merle Stu- art of Spokane and Mrs. Mar- i,on Bair and Mr. and Mrs. ttarve Jordan. Amber la, mllea- 4-H club held ,a meeting M*o,nday eve- ning with election of officers as falloams: president, Ne.lsn Cordill, Jr.; vice president, A,n Cordill; secretary, Sandy Lewis; reporter, Jo glen Jor- d:an. It was announced that Ch:risine Marsh had resig, ned as assistant }eader and that Pot McKinley has taken her place. Meengs of the club are held the third Monday of each month. You can find It in the classifieds. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Spokane County Pomona gra'n,ge celebrated its 6th an- niversary with a boaster night in the Triangle grange hall. A. Lars Nelson was present and gave the key address on the program. Other state offi- cers present were Paukne On, .state grange secretary; Jack Silvers, overseer and Mary Richmorrd, who holds the o,ffice of Pomona in e state grange. Ray ChN.stensen, m'as- ter of Pomona grange kn Spo- kaae eaunty was master of ceremonies. Mabel Johnston had charge ,of the program. Dep,uties Qu,inten Larrdreth and Dwight Beach ad Mrs. Earl ttril presented the tro- phies t the folMing grang- es. For the best hst grange during the fellowship tolr in their halo was Amber gaange. The floor work trophy went to Central arid the best pro- am of the 11 gra,age,s was Waverly graage. Mrs. Henry Cl'ausen is the lectuver for W:averly. The only lecturer atending a*ll t'eurs was honored. She is Elsie Taylor of Opportunity. A liarge two quart cup and saucer, made by Mabel 3ohn- stc.n, was har gift. The talent contest banner for fiest place went to O,ppof tunity geange and the quar- tette banner went to Moran grange for first place. Best of show was won by Green Bluff grange. Dick Law is the master. In the Fellowship tours the grarges with mare than 140 members was Opportunity and was high with 429 points. Windser grange was the oth- er winner, for the ffh con- secutive time. laster Dale Guest received the trophy for Windsor grange. Among those on the p gram were Alvin Miller whe Friday, October 22, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 3 played the guitar and sang severn selection;. Susan Mi- 1,er danced a modern dance. She is from Tyl:er. Mrs. Betty Hugh Jackman sang several songs. A West Deep Creek mem- ber, Mrs. Stanton Garrders, a Swiss yodeler accompanied her self on the accordion. Leoma Widner wore a 1910 skirt, blouse and hat, and gave ,a talk n the good old days then interviewed a 1965 young lady on .how times have changed in 60 years. The 1965 miss yeas from Greenaeres. The program was two hours long. There were 197 grangers and friends present. Mrs. John Stark visited Mrs. O. T. Mayfied and Mrs. I_na Wi@ner last Wednesday. Irma Stragier and Adelaide Larsen attended the German ladies card party in Spokane Tuesday. August Lasz is home from the hospital and .able to be out to grange meetings. Mrs. Nina I{obbs, Kay Par- shal, Karen Crawford, Merel Itarmum ,and Dale Guest at- tended the Puo'na booster night M,.'tay eveng. Mrs. azl Flowers has re- turned home from he coast where she visited her sister and hunted %r stones and driftwood. She is busy plish- ing the stones. 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