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Page 4 Ohoney Free Press Friday, January 15, 1965 STARS COM PLETE PLANS FOR DANCE At the Martha chapter OES meeting on Monday evening, Jan. 11, in the Masonic tem- ple, plans were completed for the Starlite bail to be held in city hall at 9 p. m. Saturday evening, Jan. 23. It was announced that the meeting of Jan. 26 would be honoring all Mas,onic members with the pro,gram and guests comirg from Spokane. The Monday meeting being men's night, the men enter- taJned with a mock meeting vo- cal duets, readings and a re- freshment hour. Mr. ,and Mrs. Hax, old Pendell, patron and mron, presided for the business; Walden Chambers was ma,ter of cere- monies, and John Van Brunt and Ken GaMoway chairmen. Delta Kappas Plan Session January |6 Eta chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma will meet for a lunch- eon at 12 o'cl'ock, Jan. 16 at the Coeur d'Alene hotel. Hostesses will be Mrs. Alden Itoss, chair- man; Mrs. S E. Shannon, Mrs. IAoyd Masketme, Mrs. G. K. Troyer ,and Miss Kathryn Ber- nard. The program will be a pan- el discussion on the'"Nations of the Oommon larket." The members of the panel are: Mrs. Don Wynia, moderator; Mas. lsabelle Powell, Mrs. C. C. Oar- ter, Mrs. Gladys Bailey, Miss Geraldine Sutton ,arid Miss Elsie Wovthirgton. The guest panelists are'Mrs. Walter Johron, Mrs. Richard F. VCalter and Miss Sarah Wal- ter of Spokane. CHURCH NEWS MErgHODIST The Methodist chrch WS- CS women lmld a ltmchen meeting Tuesday with Mrs. Grartcis Kuelfl, president, auetirg the business meeting. Devotions were given by Mrs. a Baxmt. Pr leader, Mrs. Dan Patterson presented EWSC studert, Miss ,Margaret l.onard, wlo .told of he at- tendurme at the Ntional C- fereace ir Metlmdist studeats in Lincoln, Neb. the st week )f December. She is  MYF sta *secretary of the Met'he- dst students ia Wasng. The bostess committee was headed by Mrs. C. E. Bower. Next meeting will be at *,he ;home of Mrs. W. J. Oarr on Januaw 26. Rev. and Mrs. oWavd Pints attended the District Metho- dist Ministers meeting Monday at the Oorbin church in Sp ka, ne. Evening Circle of the Metho- dist church WSCS will meet Tuesday, evening, Jan. 19, at the ,home of Mrs. Orvet AUen. The president, Mrs. A. E. Oker- som, will present a peogra on Women of the Bible. CHRISTIAN The Christian church Wom- en's Feorshi:p held a regular meeting on Thursday aftr- noon, Jan. 7, at the home of Beth Smith. Mrs. lDLmer Marsh reviewed the book on Spanish speaking Americans, which has been the study sub}oct the past six months. Mrs. DonaM Ross introduced the new s,udy book, "New Flags," and dis- cussed the program for the next six mont. COMMUNITY CHURCH The Oommunty church is hoklinlg a board meeting to- night, Friday, at the tin.me ef the pas,tor, Rev. Eugene Ross. Yearly plans will be discussed and outlined. Emmanuel Lutheran Ladies met last week at  church d ,elected officers: pesiden, Mrs. Ralph Stevens'; treasurex, hrs. Loyd Storlie; education secretary, Mrs.: Dan Maggs; stewardship, Mrs.. Ed Rose,n datl. It was announ, eed the circles meet in the ,homes as f- tos: Ruh circle on Tuely, San. 12, at the home of Mrs. Ted StmMborn; Mrtha circle Jan. 14 with Mrs. Blmev Lui- ten; ,Mary circle Jan. 19 with Mrs. Lillie Seiverkrpp. A study subject has been chosen and the circles all meet in the afternoon. Latter Day Saints church which hold services o Sday morning in the Betz sol, eel, w'fll take pat in the stake touse conferenve to be held ,at the Spokane stake house next wek. They will be joined by Col- viUe, Deer Park, Spokane and other towas and special streak- ers  come from Salt Lake city for the conferences. Mr. and Mrs. earl Rudolf Mr. and Mrs. Mille Bali ttend- ed ,the Four Lakes grange meet- i ng last Friday. They assisted in plans for the March of Dimes ffind raising project, which wilt be a pie sate at 8 p. m., Friday, Jan. 22, in the Four Lakes Grange hall. Beta Sigma Phi's Hear Drive Report Gamma The ta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. Joe Daugherty the evening of Jan. 5 with Mrs. Don Pierce a;d Mrs. Ray Schults as assisting :hostesses. Mrs.. Glen Kirehner reported on the forthcoming annual !Wother's March for the March of Dimes. The oeal chapter will again undertake the march thi.s year. A program Spain was pre- sented by Mrs. George Rob. ertson. Camp Fire Session Held Here Monday A district committee meet- ing of Camp Fire Girls was held Monday, Jan. 11, at the home ,of Mrs. M. A. Malmoe with two Spokane district di- rectors, Miss Joyce Kenworthy and Mrs. Fran Akers, present to discuss the re-organization o'f Cheney Camp Fire leaders and district committee into a single group. Al,so discussed were ation:al birthday activi- ties and the March mint sale. I The regul!ar meeting of the! lea!dots assoeiatima and the district committee will be ,held .at 10 a. m. Wednesday, Jan. 20, at Mrs. Malmoe's ,home, to put these changes into effect. ! Faculty Wives To Meet Jan. 20 The Faculty Wives of East- ern WaShington State College will hold a special' meeting Jan. 20 at 8 p. m. in the Bali Louage of VCalter W. Isle Mem- orial Union. The purpose of the meeting is o consider revisions of the Standing Rules. All faculty wives are urged to attend. A ,short program featuring a film "Begone DuI Care," a study .of synchronized rhythm n,d color, will he presented. AMERICAN LEGION PLANS DISCUSSED The American I.on hem a r.egul,r meeting or Monday evening, Jan. ii, in the Iml] with commander Lelan,d Oorbt presidiag. Routine btNness xws tran, sacted ,and plans for the coming year dk'ussed. TILICUM NEWS The Tilfcum club wil hold a general membership meeting :in he city hal Tuesday, Jan. 19, t 8 p. m. with Ame,ricn Home ,as hostess group. - :thy Powers, ,a Spokane news- paper columnist, wffi tell f :her trip to Mishinomia, Japan, the sister city .of Spokane. The Jaarmse theme will he used for the evening. Mrs. Stanley Pierce, 'preNdent, will conduct the business meeting for the election of the nominating committee and fvr reorts. The Afterrtoon Literary de- paxtment held a 'l,ur, eheon meeting Thursday fternoon ,at the home of Mrs. earl Ru- d, olf wih Mrs. William M0hs assisting hostess. The book re- view was lardled by Mrs. M. A. Matinee. A busi'rmss meeng was ,conducted by Mrs. Mae Van Scoyoc. The Evening Literary de- partment wil,1 hold a posttmned mseting Wednesday evening, Jan. 20, at the home o,f Mrs. Gldys HeFt. The program will be given by Mrs. Walter Rupp, on Paris. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Jan. 18---Span, ish rice with hamburg, cabbage, apple, pineapple salad, pear with grat- ed .cheese, raisin bread, icre cream. Jan. 19--Braised beef with vegetables, ttuce with 1,000 I,slanl dressing, ple slier bread arid butter, banana cream cake. Jam 20--Ohil, ghzed car- rots, sweet rolls, aprivots. Jan. 21lost bee, mashed potatoes, brown gravy, West- evn sahd bowl, co,fee cake. Jan. 22---Toasted cheese sandwich, green bca,ns with butcher sauce, egg end olive ka- bob, relish troy and cherry pie. FRI. - SAT. - SU N. DOUBLE FEATURE FAMI LY PROGRAM The Chalk Garden Starring Haley Mills Deborah Kerr Co-Hit "The Dream Maker" Show 7:30 Chalk Garden 9 p.m. Out 10:50 p. m. RIGGS GIVES TALK AT PTA M EETI NG The high sehrool PTA mem- bers will have tickets for sMe soon at 10 cents each. First prize will be 200 pounds of beef cut and wrapped accord- ing to the winner's specifica- tions. A second prize, as yet not determined, will be given. The awards will be made at the next regul, ar PTA meeting, March 3. Mrs: Williams is the chairman. Mrs. Berraick, Mrs. E@am- atsu, and Mrs. Louis Graious were appointed to t'he nominat- ing committee. Dr. Riggs gave a talk on "What the School can do for the student nlot going to col- lege." LODGE NEWS , Royal Neighbor lodge will hold the InstaRativn ceremon- ies in he American Legion hall on Monday, Jan. 18, at ]:30 p. m., with Mrs. William , I,ee, oracle, in charge. A short business meeting will be con-i ducted for reports and thei ceremonies are open to the public ,at 2 p. m. Mrs. Betty Hale, oracle elect, and her of- ricers will be seated. RefreShments will follow. I00F REBEKAHS The IOOF lodge and the Re- bekah lodge will b2okl joint in- stalhtion eeremorfies, open to the public, londay evening, Jan. 18 ,at 8 in the IOOF hal. Ceremonies will he opened by retiring N,oble Grands, Ivan Kerr of IOOF a, nd Mrs. Helen Larson ,of Rebekah ltge. Officers for IOOF ae Dr. M. F. Miller N. G.; Crl Rudolf V. G.; Earl M, oos secretary; Bermn WiRms finance secre- tary; Mile Ball, treasurer. Appoirtive officers are to be named ,at the instalhtion. Re- bekahs will instNl Mrs. Agnes Chalton N. G.; Mrs. MarSaret Dae V. G.; Mrs. lirner Marsh, secretaz3r; Ms. Olive Swetle, firtancial secretary; and M1rs. Myrtle McMillan, treamer. A reception will follv with buffet refreshments. JOB'S DAUGHTERS PLAN FOR WINTER Job's Daughters hem an : afternoon meeting on Tuesday, i Ja,n. 12, in the Masonic Tem- ple ith Queen Jennifer Jr- dan presidirg. Plans f" the i term were discussed and win- :ter activities planned. The bethel adjourned to attend the basketball game at the, high sc00l. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. ,and Mrs. Halve. Jordan entertained: with a birthday dirmer Sunday in h, onor of their daughter, Mrs. W. Kid- will, and a grandson, John Jor- dan, whose birthdays were during the weeek. Guests were Mr. arid Mrs. Winer Kidwill and children of Spo- kane, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jovd,an and four chdren of Redna, Mrs. Maria, n Bair, Jim Bair and Ohris Jones fresh Ta- coma. Kathy Gamon underwent an appertdectomy hst week in St. Lukes hospil. She was able to come home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude W. Nichols and chillon enter- rained as holid,ay guests his parerts, Mr. ,and Mrs. C. W. Nichols from Reno, Nev., and EVERY DAY LOW PRICES WAYNE FINE CARS THE EASIEST AND BEST PLACE ANYWHERE TO BUY AN UNCONDITIONALLY GUARAntEED CAR WHERE AS LITTLE AS: $50 Cash DOWN pAYMEN WITH NO CREDIT NEEDED WE CAN FINANCE YOU EVEN IF YOU HAVE: * NO CREDIT * HAD BAD LUCK * GONE BANKRUPT * HAD A REPOSSESSION * CASH SHORTAGE * HAD BAD CREDIT BECAUSE WE CARRY OUR OWN CONTRACTS * NO LOAN COMPANIES NO BANKS NEEDED NO SIDE NOTES NO CONSIQNERS NEEDED NO TRADE-IN NEEDED ' NO BALONEY INSTANT CREDIT ONLY AT WAYNE'S ALL YOU NEED: IS THE ABILITY AND THE WILLINGNESS TO PAY. SO, BRING A LITTLE CASH. WALK, RIDE, OR FLY TO WAYNE AND RIDE HOME EAST 3303 FERRY, JUST WEST OF FREYA. OR PIION, E KEYSTONE 5-3055 SPOKANE, WASHINGTON Note: Copyright Clmd. 1-15-tf Cheney Historical Museum A Real Asset Io the Community By Mrs. A. B. Cutting Cheney has a historical mu- seum of pioneer articles from the homes of the early pion'eer famihes who eame here as early as 1873. Over 400 items are cataloged, the smallest a thumb thimble, and the larg- est a big spin.Ring wheel over !00 years old. The museum, owned and op- 'crated by the Tilie.uni club of Cheney, had a humble begin- Ring. The club women spon- sored social teas and lunch- cons for pioneer women of the community who brought h,:s- to.deal item.s to show a:d ex- plain, often leaving them for display. From that time in 1935 the collections were pl'a, ced in schuol rooms or sto.red. Got Break In 1958 in January, 1958, a commit- tee of club women was given Pioneers Respond I Long time residents of Che-[ hey came with gifts and loans] of articles and clothing to dis- / pay and to linger for {.o,u to i view some of the r'emembred items. Youth group.s and citi- zens have viewed the construc- tion and designs of items. The club cakaoge,d and num- bered over 400 items now in the museum, s,o visitors could systematically study the artic- les, pictures and printed items for class work just as authors and portrait pairters used pho- .tos of pioneers for oil paint- ms. Nuw, after seven years, the muse:m has had over 200 vis- ito.rs a year, is on a state mail- ing lh, t. a going con.cern, a:nd much :.n ned of larger quar- ters. Yes, Chene,y has a m:_,s- cuni and the public is welcome to visit and coc,,tribute. This will enable PGT to raise deliveries of Canadian as to northern and central Califor-! nia by about 50 per cent, Nab- ors said. No new main line pipe will be required in the expm,sion. Half of the new deliveries to CaliforRia are scheduled to start late in 1966 and half late in 1967. The compressor sta- tion near Hovalia will go into service at the time 1967 d.eliv- cries begin. Turbine Units The Ro.saiia s:tatin probably will consist of two 5,000 horse- powe,r turbine-driven centrifu- gal units similar to the u:rit t PGT's Sandpoint station, Nabrs said. The turbine operates muc:h il(e .an aircraft jet engine. It uses ratural gas from the pipe- line mixed with air as fuel to PIONEER WOMAN IS TO REST MONI Funeral services llannah Catherine nor, 94, Cheney area for 47 years, were day at 1 p. m. at Funeral Itome. Born in Marysvilte, 1870, Mrs. Briner to Tyler in 1918. She ycar member of the Grange, also a Grandmothers club and the Christian Survivors include tc,rs, Mrs. Roy Wash., and Mrs. L. W s,:m, PortMnd; six ren and 16 greal ren. Her husband end son Archie ceded her in death ago. The Rcv. Donald A. ficiat:ed and Spokane Memoria,1 Pallbearers were Ja ards, on, John Ham, ris, Bob Tub bs, sh, aw and E. H. Dare. permission to use one of t,he junior high seh, ool vacant rooms to ehibit the 200 ar- ticles ,on hand. This encouraged the Till cure club to establish an historical museum, inviting adul'ts a,nd seh, o,o.1 clildre,n to visit and study. Interest became apparent at once, so poticies were made tel govern gifts and roans and to[ pl!an for visitattoas:. It was nee-[ essary to keep .the room locked, I so a club committee was c,hvs- en o make appointments and act 's guides nd lecturers' or visitors. Tte high school art class pam.ted a wail mural of early day scenes of Cheney on the enlire height .and length off the hall ,opening in.to the museum. School cla,sses came to ,study the pictures ad l,astory of the town which l-rod been 'deeded to Oheney in 1881 by the N. P. railroad as a town- site. guests from Mexico City, Mrs. Rita d'e Valle and daughter, CMa, whom he ivad known while on summer study period ' of the Fullbrigh,t Wogram. Mrs. Et,mer Conley spent Saturday in Spokane, with Mrs. Isabelle Hayes for a luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Dokken of Mica .spert a few days here with his iothew, Mrs. Pgy Dokke lat Week. Mr. g/'s. Mile Dull: Jr. and three chiklren of p.okane spent S`ttrday here with Iris parents nd enjoyed coasting on the bi,tls west of town'. Mrs. Mile Ball St. attended the morthly meeting o,f the Spokzne con.nty library bord, Wednesday, Jian,. 13 ,held in Spolane val'ley eoun.ty library hntlding. Gas Company Plans Compressor Station Near County Border Pacific Gas Transmission company applied to the Federal Power commission J,an. 13 for ! aufihe,rity to build a $2,141,000 pipeline compressor station in southern Spokane county and $9,250,000 in stations eise- ,here in the No ,rthwest. Compressor stationS' help push natural gas throug the 1,400 mile Alberta-Californ pipeline by raising the pres- sure. The proposed construction is part of a $30,000,000 expaon of the 36-inch-di,ameter "Bib Yard" pipeline system in the U. S. and Canada. Station o.n gabb Road Pacific Qas Transmission cmpan, y's new.lation will be hu'flt on ,Babb road, on the ex. treme southern edge of Spo- kane ,county ear Rosafia. This is the location of the company's Roaa mainten- aace base, ,a headquarters for a ,PGT crew that patrols ,the pipeline right.of-way and ser- vices valves, moasurememt sta- tion& mic$owave communica- tirOnS buildings ad other strut-' ttms ,between the lWash- in.gton boundary and the Srmke rlvlY;. 44,000 Horsepower Operatorm Manager ttallh S. Nabors said in Spokane that PGT will add 44,000 horse- power m eompressior it) in- crease the vehty of gas mev- ing southward tbron.h the AI- berta-Cali.forna pipeline. spin a compress,or pump. The Local Senior U gas is compressed as it w'hir'ls at speeds up to 6,000 revolu- To Lieut. Colon, tion, s per minute. Design of the Rosalia and ogher stations is not yet final, Nabors said. Construction will not begin until late 1965 at the earliest and in .any even.t must await Federal Power C, omms- sion approval. Curiosity is the beginning of the learning cycle. A Cheney seriror ,at Washington State chael E. Maier, tion to cadet el in the college Mater, son of Mr. Glen E. Mater, 720 is a 1961 graduate high school and is psychology at EWSC. Sunday Dinner Spec,, GOLDEN BROWN FRIED Throe tender pieces of chicken, served with potatoes, green beans and bacon, Fresh salad roll, butter and heney, coffee 1.75 Charcoal Broiled Hamburger French Dip SandwichRare roast beef on French bread, natural gravy au ius, Fresh green 1.15 Choice steaks, charcoal broiled or grilled, Baked Sour cream and whipped, butter, Garlic tossed salad One Pound Rib Steak 2.85 12 Ounce Top Sirl 8 ounce Club Steak 1.95 One Pound T Bone OPEN AT NOON At the BEEHIVE Di'scover the difference in the '65Cb #O, ,flf00 Lo #e (As aif/&ent from other cars as they are fiom each -4 ( CtlEVROLET-As roomy a car as Chevrolet's ever built. Chevrut Impala Sport When you take in everything, there's more room inside moved forward to give you more foot room. So, this car than in any Chevrolet as far back as they go. 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