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Tyler News By Wanda Stengle CONSERVATION FARMERS AT BOOSTER NIGHT Last Thursday evening Mr. J. P. Brown, Gene and Jack, Were honored, guests at Crab Creek Grange s Booster Night 1)rogvam. They have been cho- sen Soil Consrvation FarmErs far the Sprague-Harrington District for 1964. Also attending fro Tyler Were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Pet- erson, Mrs. Grace Michaelson ad Leslie Brown. They will De hortored 'again November 14 at the Davenport Hotel in Spo- ,ae where a soil corsarvation tnquet will be held. OOSTER NIGHT SET oster Night a:t Tyler will be this Friday at 6:30. PotLuck supper Booster Night program Everyone weleoane. FFA BANQUET the paren't and banquet of the FFA clap- in the Ch.eney farm s)hop, Mr. and Mrs. Jerold Betz . VeLma Davis, Mr. and Art' Stengle and Children. Potluck supper was foowed I a film on FFA activities. COMPLETED and Mrs. Bil, l Rosenau Mr. d Mrs. C,larles Mil- of Med!ical Lake recently from a vacati,n trip took them to Oregon, and Nevada. They a threeay stop i Re,no % hen retm'ned by way of Perfect weather helped it a wozderful trip. IRANGE OFFICERS IE ELECTED , tlectioc yeas .hld at gan:ge .uesday evening. Officers 'lI n were as foll, ow: , :ster, Alvin, Miller; over- r, Jerold Betz; secretary -Franci.s Chl. tiers; reaur- s Iarry ChOWders:; chaplain, Velma Davis; lecturer, . Jenny Shea; steward, Jack lWn; assistant steard, Bob ; lady assistant steward, ,rrninl ,. ann I LOOR SANDING sre an6 per! urY eed '65! lclor sanding and fim'sh- g, 30 years expeNence. dy Anderson, E. 1409 atral, Spolcane, HUdson H)171. ai.p out for future refer- A.7-O.30 City Dry Cleaners (:LEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS 2FLAUNDRY SERVICE ! RST 235-4732 O. B. Electric RSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring et. Heat, Motors, Pumps .1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 LECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. Re-Elect JOHN L. 00.OON EY STATE SENATOR ,up |,%ney has been a |'e.n d of Eastern hmgton College. bY sponsored the ex. 1L  land ,bill which will han double the campus '.; so that enrollment can " I,000 or more. L Democrat h/D. Kass, acting pres. #,rkce D. Martin Club aY' |'s McKeehan, treas. Doris Betz; pomona, Mrs. Grace l Mrs. Ira Jackson, had Sunday Spangle News Rummage sale held in Spo- Friday, October 30, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page3 Mich,aeon; flora, Mrs. Pylis evening supper at the ,home of   kae Mnday brought a profit - -' Ham; home ecoaonics, Mrs. Mr. an Mrs. Gene Jackson o of $75. Gilbert Peterson; gatekeeper, I Spokane. By Jeanne Green M ....... further work Moning fogs]Bureau officer, and Mr. Neal- r. anti Mrs. ti-orl,on u'aD- are alread " tree and aauhtes d ,. . _ ,y .shartenmg the ey, on farm prolleans o- rove t v __ . Don Shea. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Buob MRS. DAMIANI FETED Newport Stmclay aternoon woc:amYt ne crews: [ Spangle Chapter DES will Elmer Harris was re-elected and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. ] ;rown Mrs. Ted I)amiani was guest whe,re they visited the '-,  r oz lale resi- |conduct a ancake feed t the to executive committee. /had dinner with the Jack of honor at several afas dur- z;,.  ,  eu dets attended the meeting/ledge hall Pov 8, serv a /Brown family in c elebra'tio,n ing the past week while she ..... . * ' '' - " fvn CAMPSITE VISITED o ' ' " A farewell art was held sponsored by the Wmen's/8 a m to 2 p m E,iezne i J f Rlehard s stxth birthday last was visiting h=er parents, Mr. P Y  , a - .. ._. __ ___ _. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Able- ] Sunday. and Mrs. Caude Schieche. the Service Club for Larry De onervatmn club at Waverly/cordaly mwted to aend. man visited the campsite of   eUarqia,  ,:7xin . Grange 3aturaay evening. It/ Suaagle He and Grow 4-H their san, Lee ANeman, early Mrs. Don Shea, with her A iaanily dinner was held at  a granddaughter', Mrs. Florence the hme of her gandmolther gaite iron was we,ll attended.and featured/club will hold a card party in Sunday morning. He had Maxwell of Spokane, attended Mrs. Martha Nielsen, ,at which the armed forces Nov. i [?etn,t alC'SB bY Doothythe West Liberty School ]Lunch camped overnight in p,rep,ara- a missionary dinner, wINeh members oJf the Harry Reilly, tbra aiy!?.u,rYel  ,aC!l ' ermett 'arm,room Nov 7't8p m tion for a day of ,hunting in the was held at the Lidgerwaod E. feb Bawd and Cl,aude Schie- Tyler area. Weekend guests U. B. church 1,ast Satm'day che families attended. Wed- :' " ., -, were their son, DEe A,bleman night, nesday afferrmon Mrs. Da- ing bths, enjoying scenic spots and family, of Chen ey. After a pleasant day af ,hunting boh families enjoyed a.n evening supper back at the home place. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Gilbe,rt Peter- son, with the Ronald Robins,on family, celebrated her dauffh- ter C.arol's birthday with a din- net he!d in Spokane Sunday. Weekend guests at the ,heine of Donald Davis was Jim Kuhn of Es,pan:o]a. The bys e*njoyed duck hunting Sunday after- n,oon. Renee MvKown spent last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schell. Mr. and rs. 3De Sc,hell drove to Post Fall,s Sund,ay to visit Mr. ad Mrs. Mel Schell. Mrs. Luella Kuhn of Espan- el:a, with her pa,res, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith of Wena'tchee, called ,on Mrs. Hele Jackso,n and her mother, Mrs. Polly i Ableman, early Monday morn- ing Arthur Jackson and Dennis were mmbers of Mr. LeR.oy Jackson's bunting party Sun- day. Weekend guests were Her- man Knack and Herb Sea,man from Tacom,a. They left early Monday morning to return hoe. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Able,nan enjoyed :he company of Mr. and Mrs. Everette Ritter and :children or Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Don Shea, with Mr. Vanay Betz, enjoyed hear- m,g a missmnry speaker from  Equador while attending a meeting at the Lloyd Memorial E. U. B. church in Spo,kane. S:ldes were shown. Mrs. Hank Konshuk and her son R:alpa visited hen" sister, Mrs. Dora East, Wa,lla Wala, over the weekend. Recent visitors from Spo- kane at the home of Mrs. Jeanne Harris were her grand- children, Sharon, Oonnie, Todd and Dorzald Harris. Also visit- mg were their moVher. Mrs. Crystal Bates of Che- ney enjoyed Sunday droner at the lome of Grace Michaetson. Mrs. Emma Brown, Sprague, was con:fined by illness in the Ritzville hospital ast Friday. Mrs. Velm,a Davis and Mrs. W'anda ,tengle ,and son Randy called on Ms. Ed Betz Jr. and son Dale last Monday after- nocn. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Betz, Jr. spent the weekend moving to their new home in Oheley. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kart- chzer are the proud grandpar- e nts of a new grand:son, born to their dau,ghter, Mrs. Eric (Rusty) Mayn,ard, Orient, W,ah. The baby weiffhed seven pounds, 10 ounces and joins his three si'sters, Cristine, Jennifer and Stepha,nie at home. supper. An early caller an t.h,e  Mr. and Mrs. Donald K,eith Ablemans Monday morning of Post Falls, with their par- was 'her sister, Mrs. E,rnily Ca- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford ble, Kalispell, MOnt. Starley of Costa Mesa, Ga,., Mr. and Mrs. Leloy Jackson were Sunday, dinner guests of and children, with his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keth. II " II BE SURE TO ELECT GERALD L. ALING (Rhymes with sailing) "Redistricting must be ac. complished on a fair and equitable basis with assur- ance that the people of Cheney and the 5th Dis- trict be well represented." Native of Spokane. 36 years old. Homeowner, Veteran, U. S. Navy. B. A. and M. A. Degrees from E. W, S. C. Married, 2 children. Served in West Africa for U. S. Agency for Inter- national Development. Principal Roosevelt School. ELECT SALING YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE 5th District, Republican (Ad. Pd. by La w Krlson, Czrm. 3614 W. Walton, Spokane) iani and Mrs. Schie,che drove and re hxing. ,to LaCrosse where they visited Iathryn Rigsby spent Satur-  with Mrs. Jenelle Sehmidt day at the lmme of her grand- Geske and her family, parents while her parents at- Thursday evering she was a tended a foothall game. guest at a party given by Mrs. Joarme Green, attended by for- mer schoolmates, Mrs. Pris- cilla Young, Mrs. Diane Here- ford, Mrs. Lana Feldman, .Mrs. Vieki Prelwitz and Irs. Karen Smith. The Bffl Sehie.ehes en- tertained Nancy and her ar- ents Friday evening. The Harry Reilly family en- tertained her at a fami'ly din- ner Sunday. The Sehieches and Mrs. Damiam we,re taken out to dinner by the E!b Balrds, and on Saturda7 afternoon the Sehiecbes and Nancy vMted in Spokane with her grandmoth- er, Mrs. Hazel Sehiecbe, and at the home of the Jack Wei- g.ands and Ernie Crardners. Mrs. Damiani left by bus for Los Angeles Mnday movrting and from there to her loane in lhoenix. DINNER DATE CHANGED The date of the Spangle Lad- ies Aid spathetti dinner lms been moved to Nov. 13 at the church fellowship roo. LUPPINACCIS MOVE Mr. and Mrs. Pete Luppin- aeci moved into the frmer Strock hozne over the weekend. They had been living in tle small apartment belonging to the Joe Freezes. Luppinacci is faith grade teacher at West Liberty rade sClmol. PERSONAL MIONS The Primrose Rebekh lodge Mr. and Mrs. Art Bye,rs en- joyed several days of fishing last week before the ch)se of the season. Alen Reilly has returned from h trip to the FFA con- vention in K asas City with glowing reports of the events ,and the travels. On Sunday, after gett'mg his Rmit of game birds, he finished the day off by getting his buck. Mrs. Jeanne Greene and chil- d,yen drove to Lakeside, Mont., late Friday afternoon to spend some time with Ron Green. The road construction work will soon cease up there, as snow is moving do-aa the Inotmains and wifl sh,ortly stop Re-Elect KEITH CAMPB00[LL STATE REPRESENTATIVE FIFTH DISTRICT DEMOCRAT CAMPBELL HAS 22 YEARS OF PROVEN PUBLIC SERVICE AS A JUSTICE COURT JUDGE SCHOOL BOARD PRESIDENT STATE REPRESENTATIVE PTA TREASURER WORLD WAR II VETERAN KOREAN WAR VETERAN "8 YEARS i' lr'I v A S( MNDALS ARE ENI )UGH!" Moral breakdown in State government forbids a third term: The present governor openly admlta that hJa control of liquor salea is now So complete that he can even dictate p,cement of.liquor adv_ert'ming . In the face of , ann re.gul.arities in p u.S tate upplies, aria aocumentea proof oz violation o the Ce of RE-ELECT: WALT HORAN Congress, 5th District For 22 years, eleven consecutive terms, voters of the Fifth Congressional District have returned veteran Walt Horan to Congi'ess. This resounding testimonial to his effectiveness distinguishes Walt Horan as one of the nine top.ranked Members of the House of Representatives. His seniority produces results! Your vote will say, "Keep up the good work!" DEDICATED SERVICE PROVEN RESULTS Walt Heron for Congress Carom;flee Pat Kenney, Chairman /via 4-9736 "We need integrity in State government. We need new, clean, strong leadership. I voted for the Code of Ethics law. I support it today. And as your governor, 'I would see this law enforced. Instead of corrup- tion and cronysm, we need a governor who justly represents all the people. I confi- dently offer you new leadershipand with it a Blueprint for Progress. I ask for your help and for your vote." VOTE FOR Reubcan FOR GOVERNOR "LET'S BUILD, NEW WASHIN ;TON"