By Luella Dow

The continuing adventures of Tyler Grange


We left Tyler Grange degree team last week marching smartly, turning corners with precision. In 1947 they chose Evelyn Franseen as their queen candidate for the Cheney Chamber of Commerce May Day parade and won a prize. The bank account whispered “You are six months behind on your bills.” No problem. Tyler Grangers held card parties, carnivals as well as dances and served lunches at farm auction sales. Two years later the bank account was smiling with $1,800 tucked away.

The Grangers took ownership of the Tyler School House and surrounding grounds. They must have felt invincible for a l...

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