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Pge 4 Cheney Free Press Frktay, 5anuary 17, 1964 IN CEREMONY---Mrs. Sidney Larson, noble grand of Cheney Rebekah Lodge, and Ivan Kerr, noble grand of the Cheney IOOF Lodge, were officers in joint installation ceremony con- ducted by lubs here Jan. 8 at IOOF Hall. IOOF, REBEKAHS CONDUCT JOINT INSTALLATION HERE A joint inxtMlfion cere- mony was held Jan. 8 for the insta.lMtion of officers of IO- OF lodge and Rebekah lodges in ,the Oheney IOOF hall. The Spokane Carlton team, with Arhie Anderson, grand master, and Esther Jesse, as- sembly president, as inmatling officers, seated the officers. Grand marshal'ls were Ernest azd Helen Davis of Spokane. Mrs. Mile Bo and Ernest Mc- Millan, retiring rable grands, vcelcomed the officers and guests and were presented past jewels from both lodges. Tlmse taking office for IO- OF were Ivan Kemr, noble grand; Dr. M. F. Miler, vice grand; Earl loos, recording secretmry; Herman WRlms, fi- n, ancial secretary; Mile Ball, tr ,easurex; Paul Deabarre, clmplain; Tom Matuey, war- den; Kerb Sooy, conductor; George .,owers, RSNG; WaRer Hubble, LSNG; ELmer Tiedt, RSVG; Dea Swgle, LSVG; Dean Merinos, inskle guard- ion; F. N. Lefebvre, outside guard; Ted McMilan, RSS, and Yter Roseneau, LSS. Officers for Rebekah lodge were Mrs. Sidney Larson, tre- ble grand; Mrs. Anes Charl- .ton, vice grand; Mrs. FAmer Marsh, secretary; Mrs. Olive Mrs. Potts Heads Relief Corps No. 8 At the Jan. 11 meeting of the General George Wright Woman,s Relief Corps No. 8 officers were installed by Mrs. Geraldi',ne Erdman nd her as- sistants from Nathan P. Gregg Corps No. 22, Slkune. Tlmse inslled were Mrs. Eva Pot, s, president; Mrs. Myrha Mill, senior vie presi- dent; Mrs. Roy Itte, junior vice president, Mrs. Louis Fk, ckaphin;  mer larsh, treasurer; Mrs. Minnie Loomer, guard; Mrs. Lute Mae Cromer, assisnt guard; Mrs. H. U. Kinz, mscian; Miss MiMred Joiner, secretary; Mrs. G. 5. Hegl'ar, press cormspon- dert; Mrs. Ralph 1Dmtman and Mrs. Burdick Amonson, color bearers. RefreahmenCs were served by Mrs. Water Bergloff and Mrs. G. J. Heglar. Okichaya Horizon Club Elects Officers The Okichaha Horizon club, led by Miss Sue J, ohnson with Mrs. J. C. DaugherCy as assis tant ceader, he/d quarterly election of officers at the Dec. 7 meeting. New ,officers are Di.ane At- kinsan, president; Darlene D e i n in g e v, vice-president; Margaret Drummanfl, treasur- er; Arm Fletcher, secretary; Oolleen Daugherty, scrapbook chairman; Heather Ptmare, reporter, and Pa%ty Chatburn, parliamentarian. The group is com.pleti the National Seng project "hen- ouT, which consists of making 21 baby garmen and stuffed: to to be sent to an overseas OlAhanage. fatheraghter Vaatine pat, to ./)e .held Feb. 11, is be- ing planned .by the clb. Marcia Miller And John Magnuson Wed Mr. ,and Mrs. Richard F. Mil- lex a rmotmee the m ,aTiage of their doubter, Marcia Kay, to John Wlter lagnson on Dec. 30, 1963, in Coeur d'- Alene, Idaho. He is the son of Mrs. Bernice Kierholz, W. 1208 Mansfield, Spokane, al Mrs. Waldo G. Mgnson, E. 807 Sanson, Spo- kane. Swegle, fimncial secreCary; Mrs. Waher Hubble, treasurer; Mrs. Roydal Coniey, warden; Mrs. Jhn Heiydt, conductor; Mrs. Ernest McMillan, RSNG; Mrs. Flora Fufer, LSNG; Mrs. Tom Matney, chaplain; Mrs. J. M. Groin, inside gaard; Mrs. Etta Presnel,1, Outside guard; Mrs. Nita Conley, musician; Mrs. Elmer Tiedt, color bearer; Mrs. Edwin Reed RSVG, and Mrs. Beth Smith, LSVG. A reception foLtowed with refreshments served. Mrs. Larson ,and Mrs. Charlton pre- sided at the coffee urns. Chenev Camp Fire Groups Hold Meet Here This Tuesday The second annual meeting of District 6 of the Inland Empire Council far Cheney Camp Fire met on Tuesd,ay evening in the Vashen room of EWSC sLudet union, with Mrs. Eldon Engel presiding. A we/come was given and introduction of 18 present was made. Reports from represen- tatives of local clubs and lead- ers was given. Mrs. Fran Akers from .the Spokane exec- utive office was present. Mrs. Earl Hi.ton, rmtiaal board representative, 'gave a retmrt on her atend,ance at the Na- tiorml Conference in  Fran- cisco, stressing e otstand- ing speakers .and panel discus. siens. Mrs. Engel reported on yearly achievements of girls in Cheney groups. The nom- irmting cmmi%tee presented the new sate of officers. They are, president Mrs. F. J. egg; secretarydreasurer Mrs. Lyman Johnson; junior vice pxesidert Mrs: J. P. Caldwell Other offices were filled by Mrs. W. Sibley, Mrs. Coy Smith, Mrs. J. C. Daughery, Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs. M. A. Ma[moe and Mrs. Ergel. It was reported at a lib- rary has been established for leaders here. MARTHA,.OES MEN'S NigHT SET JAN. 27 Martlm chaer OES met Monday evening in the Ma- sonic Temple. Plans were made for the next meeting Jan. 27 to be Men's Night, with Harold Pendell chairman. The third memorial fund was made to the Intern'ational Temple and reports made on the Emma P. Chadwick nurs- ing "h, ome beirg erected on the coast near Bothell. A public card party has been set for Feb. 15 for both pinocMe and bridge, with priz- es for all aM a special door prize. The pancake feed for Marh 8 is for the scholarship fund. Mrs. Ruby Hart, grand dep- uty instructor of Spangle, was a guest. Accomlanying her were Mr. Hart, Mrs. 5. D. Pit- man and Mrs. Cecelia Burns. Refreshments and social "hour followed in the dining room. P. E. O. Meets Mrs. Irene Mohs was 'hostess far the regular meeirg of Chapter AS, P. E. O. Wednes- day. Mrs. Kahleen Kennedy was assisting hostess. After luncheon the president, Mrs. Kathleen Kennedy, presided at the business meeting. A Foun- ders' Day program was pre- sented hy Mrs..Mary Newon. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Jan. 20 -- Vegeble,beef soup, toasted cheese sandwich, tossed salad, apple pie. "Conservation" Theme This Year Of Tilicum Club's Annual Art Festival The annual Art Festival, sponsored by Tilieum club, will be held in the Cheney City Hall, Feb. 8, and is open Lo the public, to take part, and to atend. Theme this year is "Conser- va, tion." A 11 elementary schools in the district are par- ticipating in an art exhibit with pictures submitted on the theme. Prizes will be awarded for outstanding pictures from each grade level. High school classes will exb/bit their handi- craft as will several local clubs. The entries will be received, dtwing the morning and the Festival will be held all after- noon, with a program in the middle ,of the afrnoon. Silver tea served during the Festival will rae funds for the music scholarship Lo be awarded to an EWSC student. Everyone is invited to ex- hibit arts, crafts, collections and souvenirs, whether they are club members or not. Since Cheney's Tilicum cub has Methodist Women Meet For Luncheon With 24 Present The Methodist church Wom- en's society "held a luncheon meeting in the church on Tuesday with 24 present. Mrs. J. S. Lane, Mrs. Francis Kue'hl, Mrs. E. H. Wagoner and Mrs. Mae Van Scoyoc were the hos- tesses. Business was conducted with Mrs. J(hn Van Brunt, president, presiding. Standing committee reports were on fi- nances, courtesies and flowers. The yearly budget was read by the treasurer, Mrs. Don Pat- terson, ,and accepted. Rum- mage sale committee members appointed for the remainder of the year were Mrs. M. S. 5ones, Mrs. W. J. Carr and Mrs. Carl Hendricks. They will receive ,and store articles until Nov. 2, the date of the next sale. The next meeting will be at the Meiv'm Jones home. The monthly board meeting was Wednesday. Project committee members appointed are Mrs. C. Hendricks, Mrs. Alfred Philps, Mrs. J. Moorman and Mrs. Patterson. Mrs. Mill is in charge ,of devotions and Miss Lillian Hall, singing. Roy. K. W. Lavrison Showed colored fitms on East Asia ,and India, with Mrs. Moorman narrator for the study nd program period. LODGE NEWS Rebekah lodge will meet on Wednesday evening in the IO- OF hail. New officers were in charge in the absence f the Noble Grand, Mrs. Sid Larson, who is in the Spokane 'hospital with a broken ,hip suffered last week. Royal Neighbor lodge will hold instalk'tion Monday in the Legion Hall at 2 p. m. with open ceremonies for relatives and friends. Members from Spangle and Spolare are ex- pected to attend. Mrs. Mi ,llard Hale, deputy, will he the iastal- li,g officer; Mrs. Roydal Con- ley and Mrs. Irma Conley, ceremonial marshals; Mrs. A. B. Cutting, instng oracle, and Mrs. Etta Presne]l, cha.n- ceor. Mrs. William Lee, new orac, le, and her officers will be installed. The lodge will hld a regular busirwss meeting at 1 p. m. for audit and fiance reports and re,ports from sta,nding committees. A review ef *he district convention, to be .held in Cheney the last of March, will be made for infor- mation. Members ave to bring gift aprons for displ, ay at the Monday meeting. A reception witl follew. been celebrating iLs 60th anni- versary, a special display of 60- year,old articles will be on hand. Chairmen Mrs. M. F. Miller and Mrs. Bruce Oliver held a pl:anPhng met.ring last week and on Monday Lhey will con- duct a "Tattle-ta!le" party at the general membership meet- ing of Tilicum Jan. 21 in the Legion hall, in ,eonnection with the Festival. Miss Sherry Fifield To Wed J. Breeden Sam Kings Visit In California Mr. and Mrs. S. R. King spent a two week vacation in California visiti,ng two of their daughters and other relatives. They spaat several days at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ger- al,d H. Merman (Marilyn King) and four children. Dr. Mer- man is on the University of California staff, Davis ,brarmh. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis (Lem)ra King) and two sons t So,n, Fernando Valley. Mr. Willis is a nuclear physicist. Other relatives at Bakers- field and San Leaadar inclad- ed flvee sisters of Mr. King. Two of ,his sisters are still tea%-ning and one recently re- tired from the profession. FAC U LTY PAl R ADDRESSES CLUB The bride, a 1961 graduate of Cheney High School, is a junior at Eastern Washington State College, majoring in speech. Mr. Magausan, a sen- tar at Eastern in Business Ad- minisatio, is an officex in AMS, ROTC, and a member of the Mr. Spokane ski patrol. He is doing  student teaching at North Central High School in Spokane, where the young couple are making their home. Jan. 21 -- Oriental rice, but- tered spinach, deviled egg, ba- I nana log, ppleatme bread, [ Jan. 22 -- Chill, carrot & [ celery sticks, jello with fruit, [ maple bars. [ J,an. 23 & 24---no school. / Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ball Jr. and .three sons of Spokane spent Sunday afternoon with his parevts, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. BaH. Faculty Wives Newcomers Group met Jan. 7 at the home of Mrs. Claude Nic'hol& Paul Helsirg of the EWSC depart- ment of econ,om, and Hen Kass of .the EWSC department of political svAence, presented a program on "Taxes in Wash- ington State" and "The Politi- i cal Development of the Irdand i Empire." Mrs. Ray Sawyer and Mrs. Travis Rivers were co.hostes- TILICUM NEWS The general membership meeting ,of Titicum will be held i,n the Legion h.all on Tuesday evening with the American Home department hostesses and serving dessert under the direction of Mrs. Stan Hendricks, cha,irman. The business meeting will include the election of the nominating committee' wth the president, Mrs. Omer Jo'hn,so, in charge. Fine ArLs will conduct a "TaLtle-Tale" party in connec- tion wih the pl'an:s for the Art Festival. Aftern,on Literary merit held a luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs. M. A. Mal- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fifield race on Thursday, Jan. 9, with nrunce bhe ezgagement of Mrs. J. B. Richardson presiding their daughter, Sherry K. Fi- field, :to Jerry L. Breeden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Breed- en of North 6104 Stevens, Spo- kane. MISS SHDRRY FWIELD Miss F'ifietd is a gradua,te of Cheney high sch, oM. Mr. Breden, a graduate of Colville Senior hg'h sekool, was also graduated from the Spokane Vocational arid Tech- nical school. He is wRh he U. S. Navy. CAMP FIRE NEWS The Tami Wa Y'a Cmp Fire group met Jan. 8 at the borne of Judy Bediert for .a business meeting and election of new officers. Miss Sue Bean and Maria Morehouse were the leaders and a p}ay was re- imarsed. Elected we:re presi- dent, Denise Rietz; vice presi- dent, Caroly Hope; secretary, Phyllis RtqYp; reorter, Mar- grite lig. Refresh- ments were served t cl'ose of the meeting. The annual council meeting of ,the Camp Fire ,girls of In- land Empire will be hekl in the Ridpath Hotel on Tuesday, beginnirg with .a noon lunch- eon. This is also the regular meeting of the board of direct- ors, and officers will be elect- ed for 1964 ,at this time. Among the reports  be made are from two I-}ovizon club girls who attended the San Francisco coffererce of the national organization. Leaders, asslsLants and sponsors are ex- pected to be prese.rt and a number of Cheney leaders will go. CLUB NEWS The Past Matrons club of Eastern Star will hold a din- ner meetinlg Monday evening in the M.asenic Temple. Mrs. George Fisher, president, will hold a brief business meeting afterwards. The Grandmothers club will hold a dessert me eling on Wednesday a th:e home of Mrs. Caroline Heiydt in the afternoon. The Lions club board of di- recurs met in Lions hall on Wednesday with Bob Tubbs, president, in charge. Plans were made o .attend the in- sta}lation of a new Lions club at losalh during the week. JUNE'S BEAUTY SHOP Highway No. 10 ACROSS FROM GEIGER PERMANENTS $6.$0 AND UP, COMPLETE MA 4-6387 1-10.31 Maytag LaUndry Clean, Full Sized Machines 39 GALLONS OF WATER PER CYCLE. FOR SUP- PLIES, CHANGE OR HELP, JUST RING FOR ATTEND-, ANT . . . NO NEED TO BOTHER MERCHANTS FOR CHANGE. Owned By Local Resident CORNER 2ND & H STS. and presenting Mrs. Raymond Whitfietd as guest speaker on her Europe,an visit. Mrs. R. D. Newton was the assisting hos. tess. The International Educa- t!on department attended the EWSC con:vocation Thursday afternoon, goinLg in ,a ,group to hear Helen and Frank Sclwied- er speak on their Ind,onesia- adventures. Mr. and Mrs. William Bryan entertained ,as Sunday over- night guests Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carffietd from Daven:l)ert. On Monday the Canfields cM]ed on friends and neig/lbers, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen and Mrs. Mae Van Scoyoe. JERRY JOHNSON EARNS EAGLE RANKThe rank of Scout was conferred upon Jerry Johnson at a special honor held January 7. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Jr. PURSE BRUSHES Two styles. Plastic 9C back, bristles. STORAGE BOWL Plastic snap.on 9C cover. 16-oz. BUTTER DISH Plastic with clear cover. A.Ib. size. MEASURING CUP Heat resistant plas- ' tic. 8-oz. size. FIRE-KING MUG 8-oz. coffee mug, 1 C heat-proof glass. FIRE-KING BOWL 5-in. size, heat- 'C proof glass. Clothes Sprinkler Plastic with perforated top, leak pre- venting cork. A hUSTARD,  KETCHUP 9c Dispensers in 111 1|1 red and yellow  |l/ plastic. Each W ---w" 8-ounce size. UTILITY BRUSH 9c Cleaningvege- tsbles, etc. Plastic ties, handle. UTILITY BOWL 63A-in., plastic. Col- or choice. SCRAPER SET Plates and jars! a' C Poly plastic blades. 4 NYLON COMBS Every kind, size Pk C and color. !l!ll /H' FlashlighI Americar made '00,st rite" in regu, lar "D" size 7 SCREW DRIVERS 7-IN. 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