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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, January 22, 1965 ODD FELLOWS AND OFFICERS IN JOINT Joint inta,ll,ation ceremon- ies seated the officers of IOOF and Rebekh lodges of Cheney on Monday night, Jan. 18, in the IOOF hail. Retiring noble grands Ivan Kerr .and Mrs. Helen Larson o,pen,od the cere- monies with a welcome to a targe audience of re.embers: and guests from Spokane, Spangle and Cheney. Deputy grand master Bob Anderson and past State Presi- de,nit Esther Jesse were the in- stalling office,rs. Marshals were Ernest and Helen Davies, assist- ed by Ray and June Tayl,or, H. Luse and Florence Lus&apos;e, Bill Barrett a,nd Hazet Schible, Lar- en Griffith and Boa Fay and Dr. Sapp. Emma Schaeffer and Bert Carr formed the Canton team from Spokane who seat- ed the officers in a cot'orful ceremony. Others acs.sisting were Harry Schible, Sadie Kinney, Melvin Zinnecher, Yvonne Ha,ugato, William and MuraI Fatt in uniforms of the orders. Odd Fellows Officers Officers of the IOOF are Dr. M. F. Miller, NG; C:arl Rudolf REBEKAHS INSTALL TIES ON SUNDAY VG; secretary, Earl MoPs; fi- nancial secretary, tterman Willms; treasurer, Mile Ball, a:.2 Walter Hubbell, George Fiwers, Rydal Ca.ntey, Paul Deabarre, Kirb Sooy, Tom Matney, F. N. Lefebvre, Deran Merriman, Elmer Tiedt, Ernest McMillan, Walt Rosenau. Rebekah Officers Rebekahs: Agnes C]arlton, noble grand; Margaret Dare, vice grand; Le,ona Marsh, secre- tary; Olive Swegte, finance sec- retary; Myrtle McMAllan,, treas- urer. Ohers are Lois Matney, tIattie Tiedt, Beth Smith, Ma- rie Conley, Ethel Grien, Eve- lyn Fergusen, Co.ra Ball, Freda Hubbell, Anita Cen,ley, Etta Presnell, Flora Ruler. Jewels Presented Past n, oble grand jewels were presented to Mrs. Larson and Ivan Kerr with gifts fo,m t.he }o,dges. Remarks were made by the n, ew n,o.ble grands who introduced their faro,lilies. The istaIlin'g officers spoke brief- ly. Reception and efreshments com:pleted the evening. Campfire Leaders ITILICUM BOARD At Council Session IHOLDS MEETING In Spok, fne Tuesday m/ The Tilicum bard off direct- ws held a postponed meeti!n :Mrs. ta,.H Hil:on, nation L Tuesday evening, Jan. 19, pre- representative, avid cneil members of the Camp Fire' Girls organ:iation attended the annual meeting and lncheon off the Inland Empire: Curcil Tuesday in the Ridpath betel. The board of directors gave their 'reports .and the district committee reported and na, med new officers. Mrs. Joim Dion of Spokane was chairmen for the ,annual meeting. Repots ,on e training courses, group .leexlershp ad tivities were made. Grand council .fires and .the an,nal mint sale were anou'need ad dates planned. Frank Bunkers Enjoy Vacation In Honolulu In., a totter from Mr. ad Mrs. Frank Bunker, wire are vaca- tioning  Iermluu, they said the weather was exeeRent and they were e.njoyizg them- selves .nd sitig with vaca- tion,ers from Spokane, Ritz- vide :and St. Jo ,lm. Prank said ,he was working on Buck Thom's new sampan, tryirg to ,get it lutched so they can go fislng this week. Them Was a visitor lere hst fall and accompanied Bunk,or arid W. E. Betz on a mose imnting trip in @armda. Faith is making 'her usual rounds iooking for loot Chi,a Town bat ,hasn't tght arything yet. They Mso oki off two bats that went aground just a block from their a1artment. The one, a large frei,ghler, broke up, bu,t there were. heges of saving the other, a two nast sclmpner. TILICUM NEWS Evening Literary deprt- ment met Wednesday erelong, ,fan. 20, fr a tmstoned meet- ing .at the :home off Mrs. Fred Heyt. Mrs. Della Grarnt, chir- man, conducted the meetin ad .group partieipatio fmd the program on literature. Afternoon Literary depart- ment will meet on Thursday, ,hn. 28, fr a p. m. unehen meeting at the lmme of Mrs. Wflham Mohs with Mi Flora I)avidson assisting hostess and the program gven by a guest speaker. The last meeting, held Jan. 14 .at the home of Mrs. Garl Rudolf, had Mrs. M. A. Malmee reviewing the 23rd Psalm as written by Clarles Alan. Handicraft deprtment met on Tuesday, Jan. 12, at the .home off Mrs. Flail Fik to start the knRtirg project. The next meeti'n,g on ,Inn. 26 will be with !Mrs. Olive Orange, 'hos- tess, at the lmme off her daulh- ter, Mrs. J. Austin Andrews 204 North 6th. CHENEY HOT LUNCH J,an. 25 --Sk)IOY Joe,s, but- tered corn, fruit tray, cheese cube, cke with broiled icg. Jan. 26 -- Vegetable beef stew, perfection salad, baking powder biscuit, peach crunch. Jam 27 -- Carrot 'and raisin salad', green beans, ehi:* .led apri- cots. Jan. 28 -- Fried chicken, sweet potatoes, Waldorf sa'hd, cornbread, pums. an. 29 -- Turin wiggle, fluf- fy rice, cole slaw, chuck wagon bread, rozy applesauce. Milk is served with each lunch. PERFORMS CEREMONY The Rev. George W. Nichols and family made a plane trip to Seattle Saturday, Jan. 9 where Rev. Nich,ols performed] the wedding ceremony uniting] his older brother, Frank Nich-[ ,ois and Genevieve Le,oard, I both of Seattle. ceding the general member- ship meeting in the city lall. Mrs. Pierce presided and seven were present. Plans were made to distribute the Oham- ber ,of Commerce booklets to compDte the Sears community project o be wtten u'p by Mrs. Ralph Stevens. Some discussions and infor- mation of a city library was ,heM. The 'state outline on the geronolagy project for aid to arthritis research was read and the Tilivum musetm com- mittee put in Charge off a sil- ver tea and ,open heuse at the mu'seum in Fe,bru.ary. M. Etta Presnell of the board will assist. Mrs. OtUng, Mrs. Lane, Mrs. Luiten, 'Mrs. Ball, Mrs. Van Ba, um, the museum catn- mittee, will have ch, ae of ar- rargements. Plans for the March meeting and election were reported. CHURCH NEWS METHODIST The Meth, od, ist church wm- ens s:ociety will meet Tuesday i aftevrmon, J, an. 26, at the home of Mrs. W. J. Carr. Dessert hes- i tosses will be Mrs. Chris Betz: and Ms. Mae Van Seo2c. The! devotozs will be couducted by 1Ki.'ss IAlhan Hall ,and the pro- gram wl be "Iffeing God through the Bible" by Mas. Leslie Mill. Busnes will be corducted by Mrs. Fmrcis Kuehl. CHRISTIAN The Ohri'stian church wom- eas Fellowship .held a district meeting Tuesday San. 19, at the Spokane Jefferson St. Church. A n,on lurmheo: was served and eon,feerme groups he. Goirg from Cheney were Mrs. Don Ross, M./d Will(mghby, Ms. ames Bhclhaw, Mrs. Roy Lotte, Mrs. Emer Marsh, Mrs. Jim Churchwell, Mrs. Glen Dobbins, Mrs. lVhry Ash- worth, Mrs. John Bauer, Mrs. tIarry Holmes ,and Mrs. Lee Allen. REBEKAH CLUB TO MEET JAN. 25 The DWYC club of the Re- bekah lodge will meet n Wed- resda afternoon, Jan,. 27, at the lmme f Mrs. J. M. Grein. A 1 o'clock dessert will be served ,and plans .mde fr the comi.g year. CUSTOM TAILORED When your doctor prescribes medicine for you it is for you alone. It is like a custom-tailor- ed suit. It fits the person it is made for but is never quite right for anybody else. So, if a member of your family or a friend becomes sick, it would of course, be unwise to give your prescription to them. Medicine prescribed for an adult, even in a reduced dose, could be dangerous for a child. On the other hand, medicine prescribed for a child may be ineffective for an adult even when the dosage is increased. The person taking someone else's medicine may be luffed into a false sense of security which could permit the illness to get worse. DOROTHY POWERS, shown above in center, told of her recent visit to Japan and Spokane's sister city Nishinomiya. On the left is Mrs. Francis Schadegg who presented the Spokane newspaper columnist and on the right is Mrs. Stanley Pierce, president of Tilicum club. Many Hear Speech By Dorothy Powers At Tilicum Session Dorothy Powers, Spokesmau- lteview cotumnkst, was guest speaker ,at the general mem- bership meeting o,f Tilicum on Tuesday evening, Jan. 19 in the city hall. T'ifirtyeit members and 30 guests attended. Mrs. Powers ,spoke on her assignmen to Japan's sister city to Sp;okane. She spent sev- eral weeks in Japan. She pref- aced the alk with an account ef visit in Kong. Betty Scbadegg presented her, and the American Home ,section as the hostess group or the evening. Mrs. Stanley Pierce, club president, conduct- ed the business meeting and called for reports n the C. of C. brochures for nevcomers. Next general membership meeting will be heed Mach 11 with the ARernoon Literary section as. hostess. The nomi- nating committee was elected as folR>vcs: Mrs. Comad Iuff, Mrs. Oarl Rudolif, Mrs. Della Grant, Mrs. Geese Fisher and Mrs. Obed Wil@amso, Mm will bring the elective slate off of- fleers o the March meelr for the annual election. Mrs. Jin Van Brunt read the Collec and all gave the al.legianee to the flag, The re- freshment tables, gay in Japan- ese motifs, had Mrs. Pierce arid Mrs. Westerman presiding, tressed in Jpanee kimonas. Lori Hornfelt New Campfire President The Can,te-ya4isa :Cam ['oVal b,]e:r.hbors 0 ffi,-er,s Seated Here on Monday The R.%al Ni,hd.r I:?;4:" 2370 installed Mrs. M;llard Hale as the new oracle o,n Mon- day afternoon, Jan. 18, in the Legion hall. Mrs. William Lee, retiring oracle, was ins'tal'ling officer; Marie Conlley and Olive Swegle, ceremorJal mar- shalls. Officers seated were Members of Star (/;L!':'= :':t !iil!'/ard T ire racl;-,b::trs Jz'gm Mar- tha c:wot::.r ()E'5 at4epdd the adxat':o  i',']t m: etizig at ivan- hoe ctupter in Hiilyard on', T hur;d'ay evcig J'an. 14. Mrs. and Mrs. ,h'h:l Van Brunt were hner::l guests with the In- land Empire matrons and pat- irons club of 40 members. The initiation ceremonies were lerforme4 by advancing o.ffic- ors o Hilly:ard chapter. oracle, Mrs. Lee; vice oracle, j Etta Presne:ll; chancellor, Lulu q .....  CL.w_ _ Cutting; recorder, Juanita .uqg[ b,. ,u [ b Nelson; receiver, Vivian Har-lGiven Mrs. Ableman vey; marslal, Olive Swegle; as- . .... sistant marshal Irma Conley; .A surprise stor o}ver.laS managers An,ra Bilesbach and gJven m, no,or oi . sIe Ao, e- Marie Conley with Flora Ru%r man at me home at Mrs. ton- holdover. Three out of the five a,id Ray on Sunday afterno,on, Gaees installed were Mrs. Ru- ler, Mrs. Anrm Bill esbaeh and Mrs. Miary Maddux. Marie Co,ri- ley, fl, agbearer, and Dr. W. A. Gamon physicien. Oher offic- ers wil,1 be installed at the Feb- ruary meeting. A business meeting preced- ed $he instaIhtion with Mrs. Lee presiding. A refreshrnenl h,our etesed the a,ftern.oon. CONLEYS GUESTS AT FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oarey attended a family dinner on Sunday, Jan.. 17, at the Span- gle home of her sister Mr. a,nd Mrs. Arehie Bird. The occas- ion was m celebmti, on of birth- days of N_vs. Don Jhnsou (Pat- ty Baird), Mr. Baird and a gra,nd, sorn. Jan. 14. Hostesses we,re Mrs. Don'.aid Ray, Wilma Plotts, Mrs. Dee Abteman and Mrs. Jo,, Ham. Gifts were presented in a white cradle made by Loyd Ableman. Thirty-two guests were present, including the h, onored guest's sister, Mrs. Norman Vehrs of Moses Lake. MARTHA CHAPTER :'';: -.""' TO HOST MASONS Marttra chapter OES will hold a regular m eetng (m Mon- day, Jan. 25, in the Miasanic temple. All Ma,sous of the co,m- mtmity are invited with a speaker and program povfi,ded by several Spokane Maons. Mr. and Mrs. I-Iarol,d Pendell, patron and matron, will lyre- side at the busin,ess meeting. Ief:reshments wil be served in . , ,the dining rom a@erwards. GRANDMOTHERS MEETING JAN. 28 The Grandm, others club will meet at the borne of Mrs. Mar- tha Studeman on Thursd,ay af- ro,moon, Jan. 28, with Mrs. Roy Lo.tte and Mrs. Elmers,h serv- ig dessert at 1 p. m. Business ,meeting and social hour will follow. NEWS BRIEFS The Rev. and Mrs. George W..Nichols and family flew to Seattie Satnrday, Jan. 9, to of- ficiate at the wedding of Frank J. Nichols, a brother. The ceremony was conducted in the home o,f Genevieve Leo- ::ard, the bride. FoUowing the wedding Rev. Nichols and family returned by plane. Mrs. Verne Davis o,f Canova island, Washington, is a house :uest of Mrs. E. R. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Mel Samons { Calville spent the we,el{end in Cheney with her mother, lrs. Ethel Ryan and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Betz. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Baxter (Mary Kay Samons) are spend- ing the vinte,r in California where he is employed by a broeher. Miss Lillian Hall and her sister Miss Harriet Hall spent Saturday in Spokane visiting their unee, Willam Monk. He is confined in the Westweod Terrace nursing home recoveT- ing from a broken hip sustain- ed in November. He is former- ly of Cheney and would wel- come callers. Mr. and Mrs. Walter John- son of Medical Lake spent Fri- day afternoon here with his sister Mrs. A. B. Cutting. Other callers were Mrs. E. H. Wag- imr, Mrs. Ralph Stevens, Mrs. J. Van Brunt and Mrs. C. W. Alexarder. Miss Jerri Charlton wen to Portland last week to spend several months with her uncle and aunt Mr. and M. Jo,, Schroder arid cdren. She will attend a Portland school. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer had as guests last weekend their daughter Sharon and Ke: r Krissirger from Other guests on Mr. and Mrs. Ernest o,f Kalispell and Cashon of Cheney. Mrs. Olive guests one day last s, on-in-law and and Mrs. Del children. Mr. and Mrs, and two children Oregon last week their hmne. them were his "drs. Walter Ru visit with a d,auhte ily ne,ar As,toria. Mr. and Mrs. Ken tcrtained as p.ue,sts Mr. and I']otts of Edwall Ptotts, EWSC Mr. and Mrs.  C. der entertained guests his daughter from Oroville, Mr. Harold Zesier, route home from a California. 2, son were with them Monday in sister and family, Glen Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. tertained as their daughter and and Mrs. R. L. 6ren of Spokane 0.ay Sharon Heyer Mont., and Ken Bob Tubbs e,rans hospital in Wednesday off this general health Mr. and Mrs. Del tIacierda Motel guests Saturday and family Mr. en Logsdon of Sunday guests Mrs. Lowell ily of Colax, John Mr. and Mrs. Palouse. Carl Rudo days in Seattle end atten:cting state Co-op ass'n. Peace: The between the and your own. --t Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. Fire group ,has elected these offfcers: Lori H,o,elt, presi- dent; Jan's Hatch, vice presi- dent ,and recorder, ad Jenny Johnson, secretary-treasurer. The girls ,have pmmed a a field trip for Saturday, Jan. 23. ]lh.e group is takg a train trip from Spolane to Cerey. '['hits is a regular fied ta'ip of- fered by the Dntiou Pacific rail- road ,and inei'udes a tour of their Spokane facilties. Mr. and Mrs. James Black- s:haw entertained as a house guest a few days 1,as, week Mrs. L. W. Albertson off Portlland arid on lond`ay her claugnter Mrs. Ed Hillyard of Yakirna who were here tar the Bri,ner funeral. EVERY DAY LOW PRICES WAYNE FINE CARS THE EASIEST AND BEST PLACE ANYWHERE TO BUY AN UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANrrEED CAR WHERE AS LITTLE AS: $50 Cash DOWN PAYMENrr WITH NO CREDIT NEEDED WE CAN FIANCE 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 CONSIGNERS 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 B E 5"6 348 seOKaNe. WASttlNGTON W. H. Westerman Note: Copyright Clmd. 1-15-tf IN DAYS OF OLD the little woman's work was never done. It took muscle power to run the house. Washing, cleaning, cooking, sewing, stoking the fire--the days passed in a constant effort to merely keep up with the lobs. From sun-up to bedtime the housewife was forced by circumstances beyond con- trol (she was born too soon) to lift, labor, stoop and tote to keep her house and family pre, sentable, i .> it works for her. THINGS HAVE CHANGED TODAY. The woman is simply surrounded by electric of all sizes, shapes and colors in the modern From the first radio news in the morning to the tric blanket at night she deal's with automatic equipment. She no longer totes wood or coal for kitchen range and pot.bellied heater.., she switch or turns a thermostat. She should know a few basic facts about this magic servant and You Should Know About ELECTRICITY COMES into your home through a meter, then into a conduit to a main circuit box. Every housewife shouid know where this main circuit box is located and how it functions. If it is a fuse box she should know how to replace a blown fuse and the size fuse she should use. (A blown fuse is caused by an overloaded line; the fuse is a safety device for your protection.) Know how to shut off the main switch in the circuit box so you can replace the fuse safely. be large to carry a heavy load. home should have at least a 100 pere circuit box with plenty of for lighting, general use, plug-in pliances and large appliances and house should have many conveni outlets for lights, etc. The average house today has 1 20 appliances and a dozen lamps. housewife should check the watts each appliance (shown on the se plate) and have some idea of the I In most new homes, the circuit box the electric circuits are is made up of circuit breakers instead Washers (700 watts), dryers of .fuses. Circuit breakers trip off a wars), heaters (from 250 watts swtch when overloaded. They are re- up) and similar electric appli set by simply closing the breaker like stoves and water heaters re switch like the others in the box. If it separate circuits, a heavy wire continues to trip off, know enough about your wiring circuits to unplug the faulty piece of equipment causing the trouble. It is possible that your home has low housepower. You can tell if your wir- ing is inadequate by the dimming light, shrinking TV picture, slow heating appliances or low powe mot- ors. The cure for low houepower is i< fbe wiing, Entrance wires should each appliance, Vacuum cleam floor polishers, hand irons, elect blankets, heating pads, lamps, p able ovens or broilers, toasters, waJ irons, etc. can be plugged into venient outlets but discretion common sense must be used to from using too many units on one li The cost of using many electric pliances in your home is very Cheney. giectricity is Cheap in Cheney. The More You Use the Less it Costs. Cheney City Lieht Dept. LIVE BETI"ER ELECTRCAI.LY.