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Windsor News Amber News By Mrs. James Widner GRANGE MEETS pokane County Pomona e met in t:he Springhill hall last Saturday with Deep Creek Grange host, by Espan!ola, Tyler, Four Lake,s and East Granges. There were members in attendance. &apos;Election o,f officers was held. to serve for two years, were: m a:srter, Ray ; overseer, Dwight lecturer, Mabel Johns- chaplain, Edith Scott; Irvin C:an, assistaat Kenneth Kessler; Mdy Bessie Kessler; secre- Eile-a Claus; treasurer, Clausen; gate keeper, Hubenthal; ceres, Mary pomona, Muriel Brown; Mary Jane Hankel Jr., committeman, Will home economics chair- Mary ane Hankel St.; Churchill pianist; juve- matron, Hattie Beach. Hill is the new northeast juvenile inaWon. MADE Mattauseh, Pomona chairman, presea- Adelaide Larsen $5 for win- the most points percent- in attendirtg the Spo- County home economist the last two years. Grange won fifth Tyler Grange second third. WINS Pugh, new master ,InLand Grange, wlo is the district home econ- chirn, alounKl Spokane County P<m,ona at the Spokane Far won mention from the grange judges. ANNOUNCED Grauge won the a- prize at  j,uvenile held in the Windsor hall Oct. 31. fifth degree in the were Arthur" mid Hankel, Martha Pay, no ary Harol officers were in- by master Grr Grange. "SOD" qtmrtet from Corners Grange sang selections. tlse attending were ,d Mrs. L. Littte. Mr. Lit- be 90 years young ,Dec. and Mrs. Claude Garner, Stragier, Adelaide],, Lot- Mr. and Mrs. Warren Myrtle Smith, 'Mrs. Peterson, 2,.na Phil- and Mr. and Mrs. Henry also attended. BES HONORED ladies were honare:d, as Was their birfilday. They Mrs. Lester McElvoy on 78th birthday, and Mary Hankel Jr. on her 17th bihday was sung-by nembes. 1SET WILL HOST Grange will be host lomon!a Grange the third in Jar, uary. Grartge officers for are: hoe Wade, master; Hooe, overseer; Thelma lecturer; -ea'istine secretary; Lloyd Wes- treasurer; G: Tash, gate- M. Le*ter, steward Tufts, assistant steward McCoy, hdy assitant Weston, eha!pl,ain; Bllen ceres; Ida Wade, pomo- Moreg, era; Mary home economist chair- Tom Hedger, executive ; Nick Schavff chairman. E) CLEARED Gr, ma, ge cleaved $202 15 from the snogasbord. proceeds will "be ore repairs to the "hall. PLAYED Grange had 12 tab- cards in play last Satur- evening. It was the gran- d, mini turkey card party. going ,borne with a tier- Adelaide I.arsert, D ? (you,') Lafid Bank Loan gives financing with low |n- rate=.., long tern and you may pro-pay any time, any amount penalty. Come in for the facts on Land i Loans. I AL LAND BANK SSOGIATION OF Mrs. N. A. Cordill HOT LUNCH Monday -- Hamburger heav- e:n, green beans, bread and but- ter, pears, milk. Tuesday -- Chili burgers, baked squash, celery sticks, apple sauce, bread and butter, milk. Wednesday -- Mashed pod- toes, hamburger gravy, corn, hot rolls and butter, fruited jello, milk. Thursday- Macaroni and cheese, lettuce and eg salad, ice cream, milk. Friday -- Tomato soup, pea- nut butter sandwiches, carrots, apple crisp, milk. SON BORN Mr. and Mrs. James J. Mil- ler are the proud parents of a 7V2 pound boy, born on Nov. 17. He jons a sister and a hrother at home. BRIDGE GALS MEET The Young Gals bridge club met at the home of Mrs. N. A. Cordfil Wednesday afterrmon with prizes going to Mrs. Les- lie Mill, Mrs. F. N. McKinley and Mrs. Howard arsh. The club will meet next with Mrs. Melvin Marsh Dec. 2. POTLUCK ENJOYED A large crowd enjoyed the bountiful potluck ner spon- sored by the PTA Friday eve- ning. After dinner the PTA presented a shirt to Glenn Best, past president, in appre- ciation for his past two years work. Nelson, Cordill.  , Dick Jordan and Bud Harris volun- teered to get Christcmas trees for the school program next mon, th. Prizes in cards were awarded to Mrs. Ivan Calvert, i Mrs. Pearl Lewis, J. W. Deck- er, Dorsey Lewis and Don Lam- bert in pinoel-de and to Mrs. Fred Sooy, Mrs. Kent Sooy, Mrs. Don Lambert, Mrs. Run McKinley and Mrs. Wilson Cree in bridge. PiNS AWARDED Amber Ramblers 4-H mem- bers received achievement pins for the past year at file PTA dinner ,Friday evening. W. Edward Betz presen/ed file p'ms, assisted by Mrs. Howard Marsh, assistant leader. Glenn Best is the leader. The to,owing awards were rrmde: Donr Lew and Frank Pest, associate member certif-! high l.dy, and L Hodgson high .man. Adehide Larsen[ also won the door prize. BENWAY HAS SURGERY Roy Benway, a Pradise granger, is convalescing at borne after major surgery. BASTER NIGHT HELD Windsor Grange held Boast- er Night instead of the regttl, ar -meeting hst Wednesday eve- nng. Some of the ladies wove dresses of :clays gone by to celebrate Washingon's 75th annivsary. PE RSONAL-MENTIONS Adelaide Larson, Alvilda Garras, Mrs. Maxine Olson and c hildren, Leona Widner, Irma Stragier, Mr. and Mrs. Fed ;Martin and Jes'Actophse ere i among the many who enjo,yed the annual smorgasbord at I Sunset Grange' Nov. 15. Actalpsen is attending Gona- ga. He is at, exchange student from Denmark. Mr. and Mrs. James Will- iams, Sandusky, Ohio, ,have re- trained ,kome Mter visiting their brother in law and ter, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Will- iams. En route .lome they will visit relative*in Arizona. Irma Stragier visited in Che- hey Thtwsday. Directory FLOOR SANDING rkr sanding and fhsa. ,ing, 30 years experience, Andy Anderson, E. 1409 Central, Spokane, HUdson 7.0171. Clip ott for future refer- ene. A.7-0.30 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTE RATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 23S-4732 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. I, Spokane CH. 4-.2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Pttone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. icates; Johnny Harris, JoEHen Jordan, Doug Lewis, Sally Lu- cas and Sandy Lewis:, all one year pins; Connie Best, Jill Dahl and Sandy Sumerlin, two year pins; Nelson Cordill, Jr., Johnny Jordan and Jill Lam- bert, three year pLns; Glenna Best, Carol and Gary Sooy, four year pins; Clark Jordan and Leslie Harris, five year pins; Ann C:ordill, six year pin, and Kay Cordill. eight year pin. This community is very proud of the youngsters for the work they are doing. Girls in the cooking section won many blue ribbons on, their en,tries at the ldnterstate Fair this year. The beef section made an excellent showing at the Junior Livestock Show last May. Competing against much larger .clubs and older mem- bers, they won second pac'e in the herdsmanship contest, be- sides winnn,g many blue rib- bons on their animals. Our community salutes all of these youngsters. With them as our "citizens of tomorrow," our community is in good hands. ATT E N DAN cEL-ow Amber Grange met last Tuesday evening with a small attendance. Members ave urged to start coming to the meet- ings and help sttpp,ort the Grange. The Grange voted to pay one-third the cost of the canldy for the Christmas: pro- gram. The secretary reports that the dues ,are now due. The foUowing officers were elected for the coming year: master, Larry Oeser; overseer, Nelson Cordill; lecturer, Muzicl Cree; steward, Ran McKinley; ,assistant steward, Charles Proctor; chaplin, Hattie Tledt; treasurer, Ivan Calvert; secre- tary, Pat McKinley; gatekeeper, Ray Schmitt ceres, Laura Oes- er; pomona, Ivy Cordill; flora, Josie Marsh; lady assistant steward, Ellen Proctor; execu- tive eommittemen, Howard Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 CHURCH NEWS Thursday night, Rev. Glenn Johnson, who plans to go to Viet Nam in January, was guest missionary speaker at  the church. A potluck dinner preceded the meeting. The ladies mis:sioaary group sent a load of cothing to southern Idaho for the migrant workers there. WOMEN MEET Four Lakes Grange auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Ruth Haidey. A fall decoration, [the table cente piece, was ad- mired by all. A potluck dinner :was enjoyed. Present were Mrs. Gretchen Maser, Mrs. John Becker, Mrs. Robert R. Re,t- meier, Mrs. Robert V. ReSt- meier, Mrs. Russell Mace, Mrs. Herman Willms and Mrs. Rob- ert Scott. Business discussed was the evening meal served at Pomona Grange at Spring tiill last Saturday. Helpdng serve were Mrs. Robe Reit- meier, Mrs. 5ohn Becker, Mrs. Herman Willms, Mrs. Russell Mace and Mrs. Glenn Dobbins. The latter also sang a song in the program. Officers elected were: presi- dent, Gretchen Moser; vice president, Mrs. Herman Willms; secretary, Mrs. ,Robert Buob, Jim Goodwin and LeRoy Reed; ,home economies, Alta Buob. Next meetin,g will be Tuesday. Serving refreshments will be Mr. and Mrs. ClmrIes Proctor and Mr. arid Mrs. Erl Brooks. PERSONAL MENI"IONS Mr. mid Mrs. Clifford Jan- son ,and Ginger of St. Maries were Sunday di.'nner guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordill. V. Reitmeier; treasurer, Mrs. Nick Haidey; chaplain, Mrs. Robert Scott. Door prize was won by Mrs. John Becket, h,o also received a secret pal gift. Next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Robert R. Reitmeier, which will be the Christmas party. Men are invit- ed, too. Don't forget to have the men bring a ift for ex- change. ELECTION TONIGHT Remember, this is election night at Four Lakes Grange. If the offices are not filled the grange d, oors will be closed for good. Take an active part and support your grange! HUB CLUB Hub Club will have a bazaar at the Four Lakes Grange hall Dec. 3 at 7:30 p. m. Members, if you .can, meet a:t the hall at 10 a. m. Dec. 3 to help set up the tables and decorations. The PTO will have a bake sale. Any members of Hub Club who would like to donate some baked goods to the sale may do so. This is the Hub Club schoCar- ship drive and the PT0 fund drive to help gee ground im- provements .at the' school. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. ,and Mrs. Orville Phlllip- son attended the annual ser- vice cIub bingo and card par- ty at Spangle Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Will Graham went to Garfield Wednesday to ,atten,d the funeral of Ovville Liech. Nellie McMilhn accom- panfied them back. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grub and family have moved to their new ,home near Silver Lake. Mr. eltd Mrs. Alex Vil]alobos were Saturday evenirtg dinner guests at the Del Standerfer home. On Nov. 19, Mrs. Silcocks was  supper guest of Mrs. Friday, November 27, 1964 East Cheney By Anna Phillips BLACKSHAW SHOWS SLIDES AT GRANGE At the Nov. 6 meetbng of East Cheney Grange James Blacks haw showed slides of his vacation trip in Canada and Florida. Elected new officers: master, Garnett Boots; overseer, Har- ry Hampton; steward. John Babb; gate keeper, Emery Babb; assistant steward, Ches- ter Phillips; lady assistant steward. Viola Phillips; ceres, Rachel Blackshaw; flora. Bette Babb; pomona, Verna Mac- Quarrie; lecturer, Ester Stel- zer: home economics chairman, Elizabeth Babb; secretary, Cla- ra Hampton,; treasurer, Don MacQuarrie; chaplin, Anna Phillips; executive committee- man. Ed Splichal. The .ap,plieations of Edwin Hankins and James A. Glide- well were read. Ray Christen- sen. Spokane County pomona master, and Mrs. Edward Spli- Pendell. Mrs. Silcoeks was also a supper guest of Mrs. Pendell on Nov. 21. Tray Renolds was a supper guest of arl Pendell on Nov. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Kraut and John were Sunday evening callers at the Del Stan derfers. Chllers last week at he home of Mrs. Kirk-patrick were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Powetl of Spol'ne and Peter Roebuck. Mrs. Henry Wyr.,stra attend- ed the zmrses works,op Tues- day and Wednesday at CJhe Sa- haran Motor Lodge. Itoberta Easter and her grarddaughter, Rheo Hubbard, spent Sunday wifil Mrs. Wyn. stra. Cheney Free Press Page 3 4 cal were guests. Chistensen gave highlights on agriculture. Mr. aId Mrs. Blackshaw served xefreshments. The nex card party is this Saturday at 10 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamp- ton and Anna Phillips will be hosts. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Dtmne Harring- ton and family o.f Larson, AFB, spent last Friday and Saturday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamp- ton spent last Friday with their son, Bob. of Spolane. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish, Joyce, Jimmie and Jennifer and Steve Labish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Labish, held their pre-Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mrs. C.V. Steward of Coeur d'Alene. Mrs. Steward is the mher of Mrs. Joe Ibih. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Reynolds of Roseburg, Ore., were Mon- day lunvheon guests of Mrs. Anna Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phil- lips and Johnny were Satur- day evening supper uests of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Piersol of Spangle. Johnny attended the Spangle carnival mad won a turkey. Mr. and M. Run WaShburn and daughters spent last Sunday evening with the Chester Phillips. Mrs. Esther Stelzer and Mrs. Anna Phillips accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Emery tbb to a Spokane Cotmty pomona grarge meeting last Saturday at Sluing Hill, grange hall. Nine million children under age five are onay partially ",trn- munized and inndeqtmtely pro. tected against diplheria, wlmop'mg cough, tetarms (lck- jaw), and lmlio. Friday The Day/Come Help US Celebrate/ WASHINGTON MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK Northwest's Oldest and Largest Savings Institution OPENS TWO OFFICES IN SPOKANE H4st 609 Sprague Avenue and Citizens Branch, N. 126 l00all Street i:i::::::! :::?":i:  .......................... ................................ ::: iiii::i!::!:j!::::::::: :__ :![::i:..'.::: ?i.!:': ::y.'::..: ::::iii'ih '!:! W. 609 Sprague Spokane Office N. 126 Wall Citizens Branch (Nov. 27, 28, 30) PRIZES OPEN HOUSE: Friday, Saturday and Monday OUR OPEN HOUSE OIFTS FOR ALL When you come to our Open House you will find a special gift waiting for you.., a souvenir of the oocasion. I FOR YOU DURING IF YOU OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT during the c, House, you'll receive a handsome Sl.a .... 'en. You'll be proud to own it. EVERY DAY TWO WILL WIN One Day's Interest on $1,000,000 Yes. Every day durtr the Open House... Open ttouse, someone at each of our offices two can feel like millionaire rot. a day/Be- will @in one day's interest on a million dol- cause every day sjaeone, will  one day's lain. Daily drawing at both eess during interest on a million dllm at each of our Open House: 6 p.m. Friday, November 27; . two offices in Sotmne! It mibo you. 5 p.m. Saturday, November 28 and 3 p.m. Monday, November 30. You need not be Pick up your ticket at the bank. Fill. it in. present to win. Enter every day.., if you Deposit it. That's all. Every day during the wish. Good luck! I I II I[ I OPEN A SAVING ACCOUNT OF 100.00" or More ' Choose One of These Gifts 21-INCH ZIPPER TRAVEL CASE -- Good looking all-purpose case, gray cover with black binding. Water repellent lining. Soft sides for easy packing. BUXTON WALLETS--For men...handsorne LORD BUXTON CONVERTIBLE. Black leather Has remov- able leather case for cards. For the ladies...LADY BURTON Beautiful French Purse, petite fleu design, in smooth -and-textured leather. IIII Z;3 LW?ov00:00%w2 Size, heavy gauge Wearever Aluminum. None liner, HANDSOME TABLE LAMP -- 21 inches high, wood-flnish base, white shade. Sturdy, good look- \\; ing Lamp, *or addS100 to your ,ore:cent account. FOUNDED 1889 EACH DAY * GIFTS FOR ALL! Save the date, plan to come! The Open House begins Friday, November 27 at beth offices of Spokane's first mntual savings bank. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; I0 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday. Come share the fun, have coffee and cookies with us. See our handsome new headquarters office at W. 609 Sprague Avenue. Visit with your old friends at Citizens - now Citizens Branch of Washington Mutual at N. 126 Wall Street. (Pullman Branch holds Open House November 30 and December 1.) 4% BANK INTEREST ON RESUL.' ....%AVINe, S ACCOUNTS Now your savings can earn higher bank interest - in a, regular savings account at Washington Mutual Savings Bank. You can save as little or as much as you wish .. any bank .day. You can open an account with as little as $1.00. Interest is paid on the full amount of your savings.., currently 4%, compounded and paid quarterly. SAVINGS ARE INSURED BY THE F.D.I.C. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation insurance is available only to banlu When you save here your savings are insured to $10,000 by the FDIC. Add to thia our 7-year unbroken record of safety for savings! 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HART, Insurance WlUakRD TAFt, Randmr Oanskin, Lundln & Allison ROY J. JOHNSON, Businessman A.C. CARPENTEL At.!.e DONALD C. DOWNEN, Insurance -- Pullman DEL ROWLAND, Pullman la=adqf WASHINGTON MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK Serving 238,000 Savings depositors ... with savings of $412,000,000. Total asset over $450,000,000. Savings Accounts Insured to $I0,000 by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation A