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Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill RECOVERING Nelson Cordill, Jr. was able leave the hospital last Wed-i evening and is recov- nicely. was injured a week ago Sunday morning when the tractor he was driving on a grade near home. was found almost ira- by his fa,ther and sister, Kay. He was rushed Deaconess Hospital where was kept under observation internal injuries. found to have a broken bone and a broken in his hand with a slight in his lest should- He also stfffered numerous and scratches. returned to school but will be under the care for some time HOT LUNCH -- Vegetable and casserole, green salad, and _butter, peac,hes, i }oaf, mashed with butter, s:pin,a,ch, rolls and butter, fruited milk. -- Chili beans, salad, corn, bread and sauce cake, milk. -- Noodle and casserole, green, beans, st}cks, apricot crisp, -- Hot dogs, maca- and cheese, pck}ed beets, cream, milk. MENTIONS Hoe was :home from the SChool of Nursing for t`he Thanks- hMiday. On Wednesday Miss Bobble McGrew a roommate of visited :her and her par- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moe. ,and Mrs: Glon Best, Conn:ie and Frank guests Thanksgiving at dinner at the home and Mrs. Luke J. Best family of St. John. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Moo and Ruth vsited arid Mrs. Glenn Wazm family of C`helan and on they drove to Wenat- to return Ruth to `her and Mrs. Kent Sooy, and Gary and ere Thanksgiv&apos;.mg din- of Mrs. Marian Sherry and Karev of guestrS of Mr. N. A. Cordfll, Ann Nels inchided John Good- Mrs. L. C. Cordill- arid Wilson Cree of Cheney and Mrs. Chrk Cordfll family of Spokane and Cordill of EWSC. aml Mrs. Gilmore Rietz, and Denise and Myra of Spokane were Thanks- guests of Mrs. L. W. of Cheney. and Mrs. John H. Har- and sons entertained Mr Mrs. Elvin Haskins, Gone Claudia of Chermy and Haskins of Leaven- for Tharrksgiving din- and Mrs. Robert_Groan Richard were Thursday visitors of Mrs. H. D. .and of Mr. arid Mrs. Walker ,nd family, are visiting from Seattle. W. W. Sooy of Cheney Thanksgiving day guest son and family, Mr. and Fred Sooy and children. Thanksgiving - the ,home of Mr. and Melvin Marsh and Nick Mrs. Josie Marsh, Mr. Ivan Oal, vert, Mr. and Howard Marsh, Carol of WSU ,and John and Marsh, Jr. of EWSC. " guests of Mr. Rowld McKinley, and Brenda included Mn'. F. N. McKinley, Mr. Harry ,Pierce, Wayne Jane and Mrs. Gertaxtde of St. John and Mrs. Tncker and Dave of SPO- and Mrs. John HarrLs guests of and huPba.nd, Mr. Ratph loack of En- ml Mrs. Robert Grol were Sunday din- of Mr. and Mrs. N. of Ohexmy. Fred Sooy and her sis- Larry AdamSon, La- were honored guests of Mrs. E. A. Mel- Cheney, for a b'trtlutay Wednesday in Spo- Franc ' Mason was a of her sister, Mrs. E. H. and family, Spokane, Thanksgiving holiday. Marsh was a Saturday of Bob and dinner guests and Mrs. Clinton Miller of Lament were Mr. Glenn Miller and Mr. Gordon Mil,er and and Mrs. Charles Proc- members of family on Thanksgiving day, which included Mr. and Mrs. George Lenz of Sgokane, Mrs. George McIntos,h of Chat- taroy, Mrs. Ida am, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ham and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grogan and Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mil- ler and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mil- ler were Monday dinner guests af Mr. and Mrs. Leb- nard Mus,ser in Sprague. Pam- ela and Tamora M_iller, grand- daughters of the Mussers, were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oker- strom ,and Mrs. Martha Mill of School Pre-Sehool Center. Cheney entertained Mr. and ____ DAUGHTERS BORN Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Romig are the parents of a 6 pound baby girl. Mr. Romig teaches ,at Liberty High SChool. ' Word has been received that Mr. and Mrs. E d Hengen `have a new 7 pound, 10 ounce baby Mrs. Leslie Mill and Ron and Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Hend- ricks .of Spokane at Thanksgiv- ing dinner. Gene Haskins of C:heney vis. ited several days with his cusin, Johnny Harris, over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Betz and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wei,gand nd Janet cf Mercer Ista,nd for the Thanksgiving holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jor- dan and family and Mrs. Mar- ion Bair were ThanksgivirLg weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Burkh.alter and fam- ily c,f Ferndale. Having Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Miller and family were Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Musser, Mr. and Mrs. James J Miller and family arat Mr. and Mrs. Mills and family of Odessa. Mr. and Mrs. James J. Mil- ler, whose new baby son was horn on Nov. 17, have named him Bryan Scott. Mrs. Miller's Spangle News i girl She ,arrived Nov. 23. Lit-  tle Kathryn Ann joins a sister By Joanne Green and brother. TUCKERS VISIT PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr a, nd Mrs Dave Tucker l Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strock and and l,aby were home from col-I Mr- Stark spent Thanksgiving lege for the holiday. They vis-/d.aYteWiith sMrkaand Mrs. Jim ited with her parents in Fair- " P ' field, also. i Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virl ____ Helmer Thanksgiving day were 'SHOTS AVAILABLE' Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Green, Salk polio vaccine and other Mr. and Mrs. Jack Riffsby and in, oculations will be available daughter and Mr. Les Green, Dec. 11 at 9:30 a. m. at the all ,of Spokane, and Mr. and West Liberty Elementary Mrs. R,onnie Green and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sievers spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Sievers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith of Slokane. Mr. and Mrs. Jack D eGo,n and family slen the Thanks- giving holiday with Mrs. De- Gon's father Jn Idaho Falls ] d'ahto. Mrs. Hazel Schieche of Spo- pane spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Vern Smith. She ho]z of Spokane were dinner returned home Saturday. uests at the Joe Schell's on Thanksgiving dinner guests Th, anksgiving. Thanksgiving day, the John at the Hugh Hart :home includ cd Mrs. Rhoda Hart of Oakes- H,am family, Mrs. Wilma Pleats, dale, Florence Hart and chil- EdwaU, their son, Bob, Mrs. dren, Mr. and Mxs. Earl Whitt- Alice Holman, Miss Judy Fram, ner and children, sad Mr. and Spokane, and Russ Holloway, Mrs. Ronnie Hart aad children Medical Lake, went out for a all of Spokane. In the evening slnorgas,bord din,n,er ,at A'rway Mr. and Mrs. Russell Snt`h Heights. They returned am spent the evening at the: hem of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. P1;otts. Mrs. John HFam cooked a de- licious turkey dinrter Sunday at the urging of her daughter Sue, who very much wanted leE-over turkey for making sartdwiches. Guests were the R. M. Plotts of Edall and Russ It, oll, o,way of Medical Lake. M:r. and Mrs. LeRoy Jackson [and family o,f Spokn,e joined :the group. Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred King and Mike Craig of Newport, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Frichman and family of Spokane and Mrs. Louise Pittm, an were Thanksgiving day guests of the Crabtree family Pete Cornelius of Renan, Mont., died recertly. He left l his widow, Myrtle, eight chil- twin sister, Mrs. Robert Lee, a, nd children and his mother, Porthnd, gave birth to a Mrs. Ira Jackson, d'rove to Spo- du'hter, Jody Ann, the same kane to have dinner with Mr. week. Students of the Amber School will present their an- nual Ohristm'as program Dec. 22. Tyler News By Wanda Stengle FIRE MEETING SET 'Fire Chief Jack Brown ,bi called a fire meeting for Mon- day at 8 at the Grange Hall. INSTALLATION SATURDAY Public instaaUon of offic- and Mrs. Gene J&c:kson and i family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ableman drove to Cheney to spend the day with Mr. arid Mrs. Lee Able,man and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Able,rrmn went to the Wes Ableman home. Mr. ,and Mrs. J. P. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and children were guests of Gee Brown ,of Sprague Thanksgiv- ing day. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harkness arid children, Steve and Jatm Michael of Tumwater, were guests over the 'holidays at the ers of Temple Lode 42 wiU `home of Mr. and Mrs. Arley be `herd this Saturday at 8 Heyer. p. m. at the Masonic Temple Overnight guests at the .of Chancy. John I-hm of Ty- ler will be installed as wor- shipful master. All friends and neighbors  invited. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris are sexving refreshments for Tuesday night's Grange meet- ing. Wesley Ableman erttered St. !rakes hspital o Spokane last Friday evening. He is in room 342 I-Ii.'s fami'ly reports that he was resting comfortably when they visited ,him Stmday eve- ning. Ableman has been a res- ident of Tyler for 21 years. Iaye Ham reminds everyone to save cancelled postage stamps, e=specially as the Christ: mas mail season is upon us. The grange still has the stamp coleion program. INJURY FATAL Mrs. Bill Kieth has recevied word from her son, Jerry Otto Coeur d'Alene, that while a member of a family hunti_rg party Sunday, his hrother-in- lw, James Von Lindren, Post Fall,s, was lled by a bu,Nel from his brother's rifle in a hurtting .accident. Jerry Von Lidren fired at what he thought to be a deer and the bullet struck his broth- er. James Von Lindren died en route to a Coeur d'Alene `hos-: pital. Jerry Otto and a cousin, Robert Lantes, were a,bout a mite d,o,n a road when the shooting occurred. THANKSGIVING GUESTS Gests 'at the home af Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peterson were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pe%er- son and their children, Jim Janice and Nancy of Edwall Mr..and Mrs. Chester ,Paterson Lirda and Roger, also of Ed- wall; Mrs. Lets Berg and her son Don of Spokane; Miss Mac Anderson and Mr. Alfred An- derson of Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Rob'rosen of Sm'ague. MrS..Gilbert's ,strut, Mrs. Ida Anderson, Deep Creek, was un- able to share Tlanksgivirg din- ner as she is in Deaconess hos. pital with a broken leg, the result of a fal,1 suffered the week betbre. Mr. and Mrs. Gil- bert Peterson drove to Spo- kane Sunday evening t,o be with her. Leslie Brown and the Rus-! sell Brown amily had Tlanks- giving dinner with the Oscar B e}sby family of Amber. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerold Betz were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea, Mr. and Mrs. Don Shea and Patrick and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Betz of Cheney ,and their son Clayton, who was visiting from Billings:, Mont. The Bob Sheas drove to Ken- newick to be with Mrs. Shea's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ron McKown nd two children, Johnny Sehell and Mrs. Esther Kien- home of the Clarence Kartch- nets were Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Maynard .and children and Mrs. Stalls Maynard of Orient, and Mr. ,and Mrs. Roy Lindsay and children of Trey, Mont. Mr. ad Mrs:. Ma, uriee Maur- er of St. Maries, Idaho, were weekend guess a.t the Charles Maurer home. Mr. and Mrs. John Maurer had Mr. and Mrs. Don Ma,urer of Davenport and .his mother, Mrs. Anita Maurer, for Thanks- giving. Enjoying Thanksgiving din- ner at the Ed Betz lome were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wright and ter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Betz Jr., Cheney, Mr. ,and Mrs. Wilbur Betz, Spokane, and Mr. Vanoy Betz. Driving up from Ritzville to spend Thanksgiving at the Don- aid Davis home were Mr. and Mrs. Hank Davis. From Spo- kane came Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cassidy and Bill. The Art Stengles called in the after- noon. The Art Stengles enjoyed their Th, anksving dinne' with Larry Davis of Spokane as their guest Mrs. Grace Michaelsn re- turned Sunday nig,t from Se- attle, where she had spert an enjoy,able week visitiag Mr. and Mrs. Garman and Mr. am Mrs. Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gage of Coe,tr d'Atene were breakfast guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kieth Friday mormng. Carl Grub and Mrs. Agnes Ellery were guests at the ,home of the Bill Rosenaus Past Tues- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Funk and children vistted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jackson Sunday. The chil0ren spert the day ph.ying in the snow, havirng toboggr rides. LAND BANK LOANS (your) county A Larid Bank Loan glv you fimindng wt/h low In- terest rates.., long terms .. and you may pro-pay at any time, any amount without penalty. Come in soon for the facts on Land Bank Loans. ! FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION OF SPOKANE O C. R. Stirling 4304 E. Mission dren nld many gand:children. lie was the brother-in,law of Mary Brewer. At one time ,he lived ,and taught school n this area and was well krmvn ere. Mrs. Irene Schievhe ls in Sa- cred Heart hospital after hav- ing a heart attack. Beth Flaig underwent sur- gery last week at Sacred Heart hospital. She is reported as do- ing fine. Bill Schieche and Gene Gmmewald have been i Oan- aria hunting the past week and a ,half. Ladies Aid met at the home i of Mrs. Erma J,ohnon Wednes-i day. The next meeting  be the annual Ohristmas party at the Spangle C hristi Ohurch Dec. 16 at 2 p. m. Everyone is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Green of Spokane were Sunday din- guests of the then Greens. The next potluck supper at the Spangle Chrls tia Ohurcl witi De Held Sunaay t 6:30 p. m. Miss Nona Hengen will show slides. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brash, Mr. and Mrs. Gaxy Brash and Gone Brash returned home Wednesday evening from their annual hunting trip in Mon- tana. They returned wlh three elk, two gats and one deer On Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. George D,anforth, Mr. and Mrs. Grog Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Young and son, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brash and boys, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brash and fam- ily spent the day at the Guy Brash ranch. Detlef Jones and Mr and Mrs. Virl Helmer attend- ed a farewell party at Plaza Sunday evening. The party was held for Lillian Coo. There were many others from the Spangle and Plaza areas at- tending. Mrs. Grace Grunewaid nd Dianne and Tamm: Harp se,nt Thanksgiving day at the B.u,ddy Tucker home in Spokane. " Thanksgiving day guest's at the John C:mpbell home were Mr. and Mrs. Art Byers, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Olsen, Mrs. Nettle Mill, Mrs. Virginia Lain- Directory FLOOR SANDING Floor sanding and finish- ing, 30 years experience. Andy Anderson, E. 1409 Central, Spokane, HUdson 7-0171. Clip out for future refer- ence. A.7-0.30 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. berton, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tur- ner and family and Anders and Eitlen Scott. Mrs. Dorothy Flaig and Don Grahm were married Nov. 25. They will I.side at Spangle. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Ma,ngis and Bill traveled to Seattle Wednesday to visit with rela- tive,s. They returned home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hall and family were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schields .of Spokane. Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Harold Allen home included Mr. and Mrs. Art Byers, Mr. and Mrs. Joe !Byers, Mr. and Mrs:. John Campbell, Mr. znd Mrs. Martin Martinsen, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hart and Mrs. Ne:ttie Mill Mr. and Mrs. Julian Murphy report they have a new grand- son. No details are known yet. Denote Hall and a friend spent Th, anksgiving day with Mrs. Bertha Hall. They return- ed t:o WSU Thanksgiving eve- ning. A bridal shower for Miss Je- anne Holling was held in the Spangle Church Saturday af- ternoon. Assisting Miss Holling at the git table were her mother-in-law to be, Mrs. Lee Morgan, and .her younger sis- ter, Miss Barbara Holiing. The entertainment included a bride a,rtd groom skit by Mrs. Janice Green and Mrs. Jerry Kay Enz- ler and two vocal sol,os by Miss Linda Hofmann, accompaed by her mother, Mrs. Arle,n Hof- man;n. On Dec. 20 at 10:00 a. m. in lhe Slangle Christian Church the pre-school grades through junior high will give 'a Carist- mas program. At 4 p. m. the same day Vesper services the high school and adults !will ,be presented, lolling Vesper services the young people will go caroling. Every- one is welcome to the pro- grams and to join the group caroling Immumzation does trot stop with a series of shots. PeriOdic I boosters are needed aha'ough. I out life for teanns, diphtheria, I smallpox, and polio. Ohek[ with your doctor. Friday December 4, 1964 East Cheney By Anna Phillips 7 TABLES PLAYED There were seven tables of pinochle in play at East Che- ney Grange `hall last Saturday cvening. High went to Roy Stevens and Mrs. Armetta Jerue; second to Don MacQuar- rie and Mrs. Bette Babb; trav- eling o Mrs. Esther Stelzer; dear prize, Johnny Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton and Mrs. Anna Philps were hosts and Mrs. He}e,n Boots and vs. Chester Phillips were hostesses. GRANGE MEETS TONIGHT Next East Ch,eney Grange meeting is this Friday evening. Mrs. Jhn Babb, lecturer, an- nounced there wig be a rehear- sal of the Christmas program. MANY GUESTS VISIT Thanksgiving dinner and weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spanger .and faln- ily were Mr. and Mrs. Don Heng and family of the Coast, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Geschke. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Helm and family and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Spanger. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wahl and Berta and George Loefer were Thanks,givhg nne,r guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brwn were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Doughs and family. Mrs. Lorene Taylor of Rig- gin,s, Idaho, and Mrs. Ma,bel Ailerd of Lewiston, Idaho, sis- tez of Mrs. Harry Hampton, are stang ,at the Hampton home ,to he near their mother, Mrs. Hannaford, who is very ill at the Chen,ey Nursing Home. ,Mr. arid Mrs. Chester Phil- lips and Johnny were Thanks- givig evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Thu,l'on of Sokane. Mr. and Mrs. David Budd, rins and Dmme of Almira returned home last Sunday after spend- ing the Thanksgiving weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Olm'ence Davis and Mrs. An,a Phililips. Cheney Free Press Page 3 CARUSO & SPINELLI 812 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. 99201 NOTICE No. 78367 In, the Superior Cart of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Adoptior; of MARK CLII"FORD JOHNSON, A Minor Child. To Dorothy J. Bender, formerly Doro- thy J Johnson, and to all whom it may con, cern : You are hereby notified that there has been filed in this Cburt a petition for the adoption of the above named minor child, Mark Clifford Johnson, prayir also that there be first an adjudication that the consen,t of Doro- thy J. Bemter to such adoption is not re<luired by law. A hearing far such purpose will be had on the 30th day of December, 1964, at the hour of 11:00 a. m., at the pre- siding department of said Superior Court at Spokane, Washington', or to such other departmer*t of the Court to which said matter may be tlker, and there transferred, when and where all person interested shall appear and shear cause why such adjudication should not be made, and why, if made, such pe- tition should not be thereafter heard forth.with and the prayer thereof granted Witness, The ttonorable John J. Lally, Judge of said Superior Court, and the seal of said Court hereunto affixed this 30tt day of November, 1964. George E. Falhluist Clerk of the Sulerior Court By Harry l-Ieinzen,, Deputy Clerk Attorney: John' J. Caruso 812 Paulsen Building Spokane, Washington 99201 (Dec. 4-18) FRANK J. BLADE West 1221 Knox Avenue, Spokane, Wash. SUMIONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 176,353 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. WILLA MAE DEMERY, Plaintiff vs, ROY ERNEST DEMERY, Defendart. The State of Washington to the Above Named Defendant Roy Ernest Demery. You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this Sum- mons. to-wit: Withir* sixty (60) days after the 4th day of December, 1964, and defend the aboventitled action in the above entitled Court, and answer the Complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a COpy of your answer upon the under- signed attorney at his office below stated ; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you accordin to the demand of the Complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. That the cause of action' herelr is for the plaintiff to be grarted a decree of divorc from, and against, defend- ant, and that the minor childrer be awarded to plaintiff, and for judgment against defendant for children support plus attorney fees and court costs. Frank J. Blade Attorney for Plaintiff Office and Post-office address: West 1221 Knox Ave, Spokane, Wash. (Dec. 4-Jan. 8, 1965) More on the way every day! Thanks for waiting! 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