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..... I r'J NewArfivals'. 26 Cheneyites Aflend Spokane Witness Meeting "lventy-six Oheney persoms ttending the hign-lihta,nv ses- sion of the ]ree-day circuit cxmverrt2n of JehwcMa's WR- nesses in Spokane, heard Ran- dal V. Davis, district supervis- or, Stouy defend ,the Bible as "the sole source of accurate reformation for a fure of life, peace and ,happiness." His remarks carrie dm'h last Sun- day's prirmpal eature of the Witness refresher school spon- sored 'by the Watch Tower, Ba'ooklyn, .New York, govern- irg body for the ministerial Mr. and Mrs. Karl R. Mori- son ,are parents of a boy, Ken- neth Robert, born at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning, Jan. 8, at the Deaconess hosltal. The NEWS BRIEFS baby weighed eight pounds land nine ounces. He has one Mr. arid Mrs. Tom Macney, [brother, Karl, and three sis- former owners of the Pine-[ters, Bonnie, Sue .and Nancy. Motel moved ,to their l burst , 1506 / Mr and Mrs R S McBroom newly built lmuse on ,o,, ,,,,,,  hbv rl.' ..... " Ea Second before the Christ-[ ollea'/aaefborraalr'a mas season. / nigh, Jan.', 'at the Deaconess Mr. and Mrs. Chris Betz [g- hospital. The new arrival has turned.si[ kdmv a  asix year old brother and a oay v P:' one-year old sister. ,holiday season. They were house guests of her sister, Mrs. Roy Ellis. While there family diners inel:uded two brothers ad their families. They attended ,the Ice Capades on New Year's Day foll,,owing a dinner at the Ellis lmme. Mike Orlob, who serves in the Navy aboard the USS Samuel N. Moore, stationed a,t Long Beach, Calif., spent 10 days leave here with hm math- er, Mrs. W. J. Orlob, and his brothers and sister. He return- society. Everett Story, presiding ed on Wednesday. minister of the Chextey con- I Mr. ,and Mrs. Richard Rues gregation of Jehovah's wit-[ returned last weekend from nesses, reported the New York I Lynnoed where they spe.nt minister o say, "UnCLe the| the Chirstmas olidays w,n opiaion of a mod,en-day theo-Itheir son and family Dr. and }ogi, an who said, The Bible iS lMrs" Richard Rues. a tame14rain yphy in a l Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bryce- desel civilization, it is re,tly son entertained their son and a Book of scien/fic fact in family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard an ,age of theory and atheisrn. Bryceson, over the weekend. The Bible triumphs when op; They were moving froan Col- to the test of facts on fo ville to Spokane, where Rich- basic issues for Which here ard will be employed in Ed's are a variety of theories, name- Gun Shop. y, (1) the origin of life; (2) the origin of man; (3) the solution of life's problems; and (4 what the future holds." ,, Story eonel, uded by saying, We ound the material of eadh session refre:ng and helpful." CHURCH NEWS The Methodist church wom- en's society will meet Tuesday in the youth center of the cbua, ch, with a ttmdaeon at 12 aroma. Hostess committee mem- bers are Mrs. J. S. Inane, Mrs. Harry Hampton, Mrs. Francis KueM.ad Mxs.. E. H. Wagon- ex. T.y will provide .the morro, except for saridwidms. Each is to ,bring ,his own s. Mrs. Joffm Van Briint, 9yes,dent, w tctuet he business meeting. Devo- ious ,and the program will be hanled by the nding com- mittee. All members are urged o be present. The Medist youth group met Sunday evenirg in the church ,and plaamed a roller ska ".ia pay in Spokazte Sire- flay. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brooks Miss Barbara Bryceson, who is employed tr Spokaae and makes her home there, spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr..and Mrs. Harry Brycesen. Mrs. Sadie McCall%r of Seat- tle ,and her sister, Mrs. Maggie Lermo .of Farrnington, spent the weekend in Cheney at `the Mel Samons .home. They vis- ited their ister, Mrs. Ethel Rya, in the rest Imme here. Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Garner returv-l to the late ,this week after spendiag a few weeks a:t their home in Cheney. Mrs. Mabel Doyle, Seafie, who spent a few days last week here with her brothers Dr. O. E. Johnsan and Ernest Johrsen, returned to her ,home this week. - Mrs. C. W. Alexaader erter- rained with a btrthda party for Mr. Alexander one day last week. Guests were his daugh- ter, Mrs. Glen Johnson ad friends from Spokane. Mrs. Edwin Reed entertain- ed with holiday luncheoam and dinners at ,her :home here. For dinner on New Year's Eve 'and to wa`teh *he old year out, she enerbained Mr. and Mrs. Joe BoLe, Mrs. Ruth Cavpen- Betas Ready For Mothers' March In Cheney Monday Gmma Theta chapter, Be Sigma Phi, held its first meet- ing of the new year at the home of Mrs. Pete Hagelin on Tuesday. Assisting as ,hos- tesses were Mrs. Richard Mil- ler and Mrs. Betty Orlob. Mrs. Joyce Wills presented the gram with selection of poetry .on nature. Beta Sigma Phi wi},] again this year sponsor the Mothers' March Monday from 6:30-7:30 ). m. The Betas are each as- signed sections of Cheney and are assisted by volunteers from the Associated Women Stu- d ents at Eastern Washington State College. Mrs. Raymond Giles is general c 'hairman of the Mothers' March for 1963. The next meeting will be at the boone of Mrs. Ted SteAl- born on J ar. 21. LODGE N EWS Job's Daughters Bethel will meet Tuesday evening in the Masonic Temple. Queen Sue Ham will preside and the,, Beth- el depttty from Spokane is ex- peed to be presertt. Members of the Bethel held a carol party 4urirg the Christmas season, singing to shut ins. Afterwards they held a refreshmert party at the Ma- sonic Hall. Martha chapter OES wil Monday evening in the Masonic Temple. Mr. ad Mrs. Ted Freeman, pon arid mat- run will preside. Routine busi-I ness, reports and refen,ts wilt take place. Plans are under way for the anrmal pan- cake feed MarCh 8 and men's night, Jan. 27. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Jan. 13 --Beanie-WeirAe, ,baked squash, apple-cheese- olive kabob, cornbread, fruit c,p. Jan. 14 -- Turkey pie, or- ange slice, tossed saiad, coffee cake, ice cream. Jan. 15- Pizza, buttered peas, ban,and log, jello jewels. advirs, were in charge. Mem- bers presented the program study with films. Rev. K. W. Larrison spent a few days in BelliaaWham as EWSC represertative of the Campus O_ahrisfian group to aCtend a lwo-day eon,ference commission on higher educa- tion Jan. 8-9. Th.ee wl be a general meeting of the Lu, theran chuxh women Wednesday, Jan. 15, at 8 p. m. at the ohm'oh. Marha Circle wil he the hostess. Rev. The0dove Darpat wR1 be ,the guest speaker a.nd wR1 talk on "FA- fective CtWistian Education." All wome are invited. The Can church men's fellowship will meet Wednes- day t the lmme of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mi12er. A potluck fellowship dinner will be served at the Christian church Sunday a/..ter the morn- ing sea-vices. Mrs. Henry Ru- doff, chairman, anrmuneed,, the meat dish  be prepared aacl urnished ,by ,the commit- tee. At he 11 a. m. seawices a sot of offering plates were giv- en by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moos rout amily and dedicated to her mother, e Late Mr& E. C. Jackson. The Methodist eureh men's brotherhood group met on Monday eveng at the church. Discatssion and plans for fu- tare activities were made. Ken Galloway, president, presided ml rted a guest speak- or. P. E. O. Meeting Held At Rowles Home The regu}ar meeting of Chapter AJ, P. E. O. met at the ,home of Mrs. Thekh Rowl- es Jan. 8. Mrs. Lexie Stron- ah was assista, rt hostess. After luncheon the business meetirg was conducted ,by the president, Mrs. IatMeen Ken- nedy. A program on the' Educa- tional Projects of P. E. O. was prented by Mrs. Phyllis Wil- kerson. The wise advertise. ter, Spokane, and her Jan. 16 -- Meat }oaf wLth Wi,}liam Nelson, of Cheney. catsup, mashed potatoes, On New Year's Day a lunch- creamed corn, rolled-Wheat con was :held for Emma rolls, peaches. Krantz and Ruth Carpenter fo Jan. 17 -- Spaghetti width to- Spokane and Mrs. Reed's lath- marc-cheese sauce, green er, W. NeLson. Qn Jan. 2 Mrs. beans, red and white sahd, Reed gave a dinner party for peanut butter sandwich, cran- her co-workers at Fairchild berry crunch. AFB. Presert were Marguer- ite Morgan and Carl Morgwn of Tacoma; Florence Distassney, Frank Paul, .in Spokane Her Jane Nelson, Mrs. Marilyn Su- father underwert minor sur- sick Mrs. Agnes Castner, Mrs. gory Tuesday morm'ng. Ruth Carpenter, and Wilam Mrs. P. A. Billesb,h, who Nelson all of Cheney. suffered a heart attack Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Pete Billes- day, is con, freed at St. Lukes bach and Mr. and Mrs. M. R. h, ospital in Spokane. Sliavens were New Year's Day Mr. and Mrs. Lee Flikke di .rmer guests of their children entertained as a guest ,the past and grandchildren, Mr. and week her mother, Mrs. Ches- Mrs. Morris Slavens (Lucille Billesbach) and sons Mike and Billy in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Loss West accompanied %hem from Oheney. Mr. and Mrs. Norval Holmes returned Saturday from So- ter Hess from Rathdrum. Mrs. Hess lost her husband, Ches- ter Hess, in December. He was well known in Cheney and at one time served in the Coeur d'Alene Exchange Bank. At Rahdrum he was in the in- ttle, where ,he attended a surance field at the time of his business conference. They death. The FlLkkes and Mrs. were house ffuests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray ReibeM, formerly of Cheney, who ow live in Bellevue, Where he is an ac- courtar. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bunker left Jan. 2 for their armed six- weeks vacation at Honolulu. Mrs. Harry Meyers left Tuesday evening o join her husband a`t Toledo, Ohio, where he was transfea'red in December by the National Bis- cuit Company. The Meyers sold thei2 ,home to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Brychell, vtho are employed by the (Aheney Telephone Company. Mrs. Lloyd ttollladay spet Monday through Wednesday with :her paents, Mr. and Mrs. Hess spent some thne with other relatives and friends in Spokane and Cheney during the holidays. The Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday evg in the Legion all, with Mrs. Ernest Herr presidimg. Business in- cluded plans for a J.anuary bake sale and reports on the donatiom to the Veteran Hos- pital gift shop, valued at $68. Several of the local members went to the Veterans ,hespial to visit the gift shop and the patienis `there. Refres .hmes were served by Mrs. William Bryan. Shop the easy way, Classifieds Widner's Beauty Shop ACROSS FROM EDGETT'S SPECIAL ON PERMANENTS HELENE CUHTIS, BRECK, RAYETTE AND VOTO'S. CALL 235-4091 MRS. HILTON HONOR GUEST AT PARTY HERE Mrs. Earl Hi}ton, who is a member of the ntional board of Camp Fire Girls, was the ,honor guest for a coffee party Friday at the ,home of Mrs. A. B. Cutting. Mrs. Hilton recently return- ed from San Frarrclsco where she attended a national con- ference of the organization, where over 1,550 attended. She was the district represen- tative of the Northwestern states and were with the Spo- kane executives, Joyce Ken- worthy and Shirley Fleiseher. She began her Camp Fire career in Cherey as a teen- ager and Mrs. Cuttm was her first guardian in he 1930's. ! Twelve guests were present at the Friday morning party, which included former lead- ers, sponsors and executives. Mrs. Hilton made a colorful review of .her week in San Francisco, presenting much information. CANCER FILM SHOWING HERE SET JAN. 29 Final arrangements ,have been made for a public Showy- ing of, the cancer film, "Life Story, Jan. 29 at 7:30 p. m. in the EWSC Science Building mdRorium. The fim, under auspices of the na`tional Cancer Society and Spokane unit, will have Dr. Wilfred Gamon of Cheney .on hand to answer questions, and members of the Cheney branch as sponsors, with Dr. Richard Hagelin of the college faculty .and Mrs. StanLey Pierce, education chairman for cancer here, in charge. The !ilm is of special interest to men and women alike and everyone is invited to attend free ,of charge. Mrs. A. B. Cut- ring, president of `the Cheney branch and member of the CAMP FIRE NEWS Mrs. Merrit, t Johnson was honored guest for ,a party at .the home of Mrs. Richard Mil- ler and daughters during the holidays. Members of the for- mer Blu-Horizon club, which Mrs. Johnson organized and advised for five years, were the guests and presented Mrs. lohnsoa a gift of silver ser- vice. Mrs. Johnson has served as leader and sponsor for the Camp Fire groups. Blue Birds and Horizon club, and as presi-i dent of the leaders association for a number of years. The junior high Camp Fire groups were guests for a boy and girls' hol,iday party ,at the home of Mrs. Eldon Engel and Kathy one evening last week. Dancing,,c and games, with re- freshments, filled the evening. The Camp Fire eaders asso- ciation held 4is monthly meet- ing Wednesday mrnin, g at the ,home of Mrs. Stanley Pierce, with the new president, Mrs. M. A. Malmoe, presiding and discussing appointments and activities. The Cheney Camp Fire council ann,ual mee,tirg will be held on Tuesday at 7:45 p. m. in the Vashon room o,f the Student Union building. All leaders, sponsors arid inter- ested persons should attend. The Camp Fire district committee will meet on Jan. 23' :a 3 p. m. at the home of IMrs. Lyman Jotms(m Jr., 1613 East 5th St., Cheney. Members are urged `to be present. The Ok Ko Da Camp Fire group met Tuesday after school at the home of Mrs. .Robert Wooldridge for a bus- mess meeting and eLeCton of new officers. Elected were president, Kay Ham; secretary, Ann Beard; reporter, Carolyn Biehl. The members are mak- ing their headbands of Indian symbols. Refreshments were served by the leaders. Appointed officers will be an- nounced Saturday. Refreshments wilt be served Spokane board, attended a after the business session by preview of the film in Decem- Mrs. Walter Berglff and Mrs. ber at Spokane. W. Bryan, hostesses. , ;h i Women's Group Instal lation Here Saturday Mrs. Geraldine Erdman arid her assistants from Spokane will instaltofficers of the Gen- eral George Wright Woman's Relief Corps No. 8 Saturd,ay at 1 p. m. in the American Legion 'hal. Eleted:officers to he i .stalled ..ae Mrs. Eva Putts, lr .ede.t; Mrs. Myrtt Mfl,1, senior vce president; Mrs. Roy Lette, junior vice presided`t; Mrs. Elmer Marsh, treasurer; Mrs. Louis FalL, Clmphin; Mrs. Olive Winslow, conductor; and Mrs. Minnie Lomer, guard. WHY When you purchase a watchband, what do you expect from it? COMFORT DURABILITY BEAUTY To be sure you get all these features, buy miracle /IVIST-OTLEX by  NOW!! .>- For her Antigua $7.95 F.T.I. -J For him Florentine, 10 KT. G.F., $7.95 F.T.I. And the younger set 00.O00EX JR. TILICUM NEWS The board of directors met Tuesday mornilg at the home of the president, Mrs. 0. E. Johrtson. The general mem- bership meeting was approved for the evening of Jan. 21 in the Legion ,hall. The annual Fine Arts Festival was set for Feb. 8 at City all. Evening {iterary department met Tuesday eve,ni,g at the home ,of Mrs. Sam Braaten, with Mrs. De:l}a Grant chair- man conducting the bus'in.ess meeting. She presented Mrs. Elmer Marsh, who gave a book review on "Minnie Pearl." Fine Arts department met on Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Arthur Beau- dreau, Mrs. Jolm Casey assist- ing. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Mike Miller, chairman, who preseated Miss ASce Moe of the EWSC fac- ulty, for a program of poetry reading. Handicraft departmen,t will meet on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. L. Gergen ,to make rock crystal dishes. International F_alucaon de- partment will meet on Thurs- day afternoon at `the home of Miss Fl,ora Davidson. The EW- SC foreign studerts will be guests, for a program. The general membership meeting will be 'held in Legion Hall .the eveaaing of Jan. 21 with the American home de- partment as osteses. The business meetg corducted by Mrs. Johnson will have electioaa .of the nominating committee, reports, and a re- ,JUNE'S BEAUTY SHOP Highway No. 10 ACROSS FROM GEIGER PERMANENTS $6.50 AND UP, COMPLETE MA 4-6387 1-10-31 port on p}as for .the an i-- community wide, Fine  | Festival. [ .... y00uV- signs--1 inch to 6 inch  I ters. Free Press Printshop. I so stencil brushes. , -_ ;! Bli i ediO !.ri J AGING "  Q. l'hen do people re In old age? "Wash A. Probably no one has  Spyk lived long enough tOoaun LILL this question. But seri sl *ease( depends largely upon  si:no wewpoint. Teenagers tl , , they will be old at v_eitvY-: s;: i Grandmother at fif y- "  , consider sixty-five" the ra[ue e,y of old age Actually, the u,, - PP .. d  claim' to retain the heaung anoffice sistmg powers of a 10-the ci old, you. could expect toox ti hundreds of years. barred Date Q. Do we inherit long notice from our parents? : Ol A. 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