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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, january 24, I LICUM NEWS SANDRA ZEHM MARRIES CONNELL MAN IN SPOKANE CHURCH RITE Miss Sandra Lu Zehm, duglter of Mrs. Harry Sires, Spokane, arid Mr. Erwin C. Zehm, Spokarm, became the bride of Ronald Stalnaker, san of Mrs. Erma Stalazaker, Con- r, eU, at a service held in The Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Spokarm, with Rev. Paul Werske offic,ting la Sunday. length veil held by ,a pearl crown. Her bouquet was vchite carrmtions with pink roses al white stxeamers. Her shoes were of wb:iCe stin. Bridesmaid was Miss Diane Hoffman, who was attired in a gown ,of white lace over pink taffeta, pink satin Shoes ,and a short pink veil. She carried a bouquet f white carnffons with pink streamers. Best man was Wayne MeCMI, Paste. Morrty and Larry Zehna were ushers. The mothers off ,both young people wore blue suits and corsages of ardenias. Miss Vicki I-[of rearm was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. MRS. RONALD STALNAKER Miss Zehm was escorted to ,the altar by her brother, Mon- ty Zebra, due to the fact hat the disagreeable storm wfich was buffetting the area had caused her fattmr and ,brother, Larry, to be delayed and forc- ed them to wait far a snow plow to release them. They, however, arrived ,before the ceremony was eomlleted. Her grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. Clean Bratt, Waverly, were un- able to attend ecause of the storm. The bride vre a street leagth w, hite e 4ross de- signed with a bel.saped skirt and ,three quarter ler, gh sleeves: She wz)re a shoulder Mrs. Lee Succeeds Mrs. A. B. Cutting As Lodge Oracle Royal Near  in staed Ma-s. W, iliam as new" Oracle for the comng year Monda in  Legion hal. Deputy Betty Hale ig officer h seated were Mxs. Roydal Con, ley, vice oracle;. M. A. B. Cuttig, pst oroc; Mrs. FA- nmr Marsh, eharmdior; Mrs. He.; Mrs. Pber ey, receaver; Mxs. Olive Swegle ami Mrs. Irma Cordy, marstmls; Mrs. Pete BillhaCh, irmer sentinel; ,. George Heath, outer sen2nel. Appointive Officers were: Mrs. Etta Presnetl, flag bear- er; Mrs. C. W. Aiexander, mu- sician; ,five gces, Ms. ova Rufer, M2s. Mary Gr, Mrs. F. Grimmett, Ma's. 'Mary Mad. dux avid Mrs. Era-1 Moos. The part orate jevel ws prosfRed ,to Mrs. CtRng. Mrs. Harold Havey, guest musician, was huked .and presented with a git. 'Preeedng installation a business meeting was held for the audit report, Standing com- mince reports and bills. Dis- trict convertion plm were re- parted for larch 31 in Che- neff city hall and committees appointed. Mrs. Cutting, retiring oracle, presided, assisted by oracle elect Mrs. Lee. Refreshments cmpleed the Mtern,oon. Mrs. Harvey, Mrs. Presnell and Mrs. Irma Conley wesided at the attractive tea table. RUMMAGE SALE DATE IS SET Plans for the .annual St. Rose of Lima A:ltar ...S_ity spring rummage sale wwv discussed at a meeting Monday morning, Mrs. Audrey Mosman reported. The sale will be held April 7-11 at the Ameriema Legion Hall. Mrs. Harry Bryceson, Mrs. Bob Wilson ai ,Mrs. Mos- man will lmdle piek*ups and e of sale iems. They also will receive  from anyone wahing o donate items for the ale. Al usle c00i, jewel, eoys and other acles ae needed. Area Talent Acts Asked To Audition $trArg this week, the Deer Park Women's vic ub is iag ambitiou young tal- ent from  Cheney area ad eH surrotmdirg txavm to audi- tion for a sp on the cl,'ub's terth mmu ta!em show, "Stardust," to be presented in, Deer Park High Sclxl gymna- sium March 7, `t 8 p.m. . Audition b ,lmlks have been mailed to school offic in these areas and anyone iner- ested may have one upon re- -quest. Auditions will be held Feb. 8, in *he Deer Pak High School library from 10 a. m. to 12 noon and 1 p. m. to 3 p. m. All acts should be pol- ished arm show-worthy by audition time since the audi- tio judges must choose a var- iety of acts. The Tilicum club general membership met Tuesday eve- ning in the Legion Hall. Amer- ican Home, hostess depart- ment, preserted Mrs. Marie Ferrll of the Better Business Bureau in Spokane as guest speaker. Mrs. Oscar Johnson, president, conducted busness meing. Members joined in a short memorial service for Miss Virginia Dickinson, a member of the club for over 30 years, who died onday. R was announced the mu- seum committee had set up a memorial book shelf f refer- ence books on antiques and pioneer items in memory of Miss Eveus Newiand, deceased ,teacher, Who d,id much for he museum. Community project this year wi_U be a pubic Wenske phyed the wedding clock for the new Cheneyl music, swimming pool. Peter J. Smith, A receion follved at the jeweler, was present and pre- borne of Mr. and Mrs. Harry sented irdormtion on pur- Sires. The ,1,three .tiered wed- chase of the clock, The dnb ding cake, had been rrmde by voted to buy the $300 clock, the brides 'aunt, Mrs. Marie which would be installed on Lawson. Mrs. Betty Morgan, ]the new building at the pool. Miss Barbara Morgan and Mrs'., Funds had been saved for a Beverly McCall ,assisted at the number of years for the pro- reception and gift table. The newlyweds will make ,their home .a.t ConneM, Wash. ART FESTIVAL RULES REVEALED BY COMMITTEE The Art FestivM sponsored by T'flicum club for members ad the commun2ty is planned for Feb. 8 in the city hall. A commRtee ,headed by Mrs. M. F. Miller and Mrs. Bruce Oliver has armounced the rules, with erttries being made from 9 to ll a. m. The Festi- va/ wll be open .to the public from 1 ) 5 p. m. A musical program at 3 p. m., under *he direction of Mrs. Fred John and Mrs. L. W'tirrger; with musicians from DWSC, is planned. Arts ad crafts from the Chaey sehoM will be on exhibition. The silver tea served during the aernoon to raise funds for a music se2mlm'ip wi]a have Mrs. Orland  and Mrs. George Fisher in charge, with club members serving at the table and acting as 'hostes- ses on the f,lor. The club will ake all pos- sible care of dispy articles but will. not be responsible for  fire, theft r ss t the Fes- ,tivM. Akl aricle mamt be eaimed by the owners t the close of lhte Fesal. BETAS DISCUSS MOTHER'S MARCH ject. New mere,hers admitted to membership was Mrs. Fred Hoyt. Nominating coamnttee elected was Mrs. Charles Booth, Mrs, George Fisher. Mrs. F. J. Schaegg, V.F. Small and Mrs. J. Mam, ankis. Mrs. Wayne Cha'stain, kane, was endorsed as candi- date for state president of .the Federation .of Women's clubs. Mrs. M. F. Miller and Mrs. Bruce Oliver, cochairmanl of the community Art Festival sponsored by the dub, an- nounced the date as Feb. 8 in city htl. In "Tattlea/" quiz, a_ticles were solicited to ds- play. Anyone is welcome to exhibR items. The dub treasurer reported wo savings aceoun and fun in the dub ry are adequate for a cbxb Wojects. Silver tea at At Festival money will he used for a music scholarship for a student at EWSC. Afterrmn Li, terry depart- ment cancelled its Thursday meeting in memr'l observ- ance for Vginia Dickinson. American Home depaVtmeat Wed to corribue $5 to the Carny Fire Oirls aad furnish transpoxtion to he Art Fes- tivl Feb. 8, as their commun- ity project. I-hdicrR depmTlert, will meet w2ah Mrs. FAmer MarSh Tuesday to make soep angel fish and plan for tm .bird cage project. ' FOR NEXT YEAR Board dixector will meet i the morning of Feb. 4 a,t the ,Gamma There e, Beta [home of Mrs. O. E. Jahnson. Sigma Phi, met a the home lAll members ate welcome. of Mrs. Ted Sthlborn. Assist-[The eommunRy project of a :hostesses were Mrs. lb-[ctock for the new  swim- eft Smith ,and M. Tom scott. I ming pool, voted by the mem- A review of the Mother s ] bea-s at he geaxeral member- March was held and sugges-lship meeting on Jan. 21, will ti0am made for `the next year's be cmpleted by lmt time. march. Announcemertt of the state convention of Beta Si,graa Phi was read. The corvcntion will be held in akima o June 19, 20, 21. P txlaus for the couple's winter party were presev2eA. Following the business meet- ing Mrs. Ray Gites presented ark RatclLffe, who showed slides and Cold of his exper- ielces in Russia and Poland last spring. The next meeting will be Feb. 4 at the ,home of Mrs. Norman Thompson with Mrs. Jim Dyck presenting a pro- gram on "Travel." Mrs. Hossom Heads Cheney Book Drive The 12th annLml used book sale of the Spokane branch of the American Association of University Women will be held today (Friday)a,nd Satur- day ,at the Bon Marhe in Spo- kane. Mrs. Charles L. Huggins, general olmirma, relmvts that a large variety of books will be on sale tm`til 2 p. m. Saturday. Books for the sale have been cllected from thrmgtmut the Spokane ,area. In c/mrge of ga,thering books m the Cheney CHURCH NEWS The Christian church Youth Feowhip will begin the ob- sercance of Youth Week in the chctrches Sunday morning b.y takirrg charge of the er- vces, 'scripture and s0g. Those serving are Karen, Ken- neth and Steve Dobbin, Pat Hair and Don Salter, with the pstor, Rev. Donald Ross, giv-! ing the sermon. The special song, "Cortstined by Love," will .have singers Sherry Fi- field, Mary Boots, Pat Hair, Ruth Blackshaw and Lindy Bauer and Steve Dobbhas. The theme of the week is "The Pe- culiar One." Chrian Churches heki the in-district meeting in the Souh Hill C,lastian church on Tuesday for n all day meeng. Going from Cheaaey were Rev. and Mrs. Donald Ross, Mrs. Glen Dbbins, Mrs. Harry ttotmes, Mrs. Elmer Marsh, and Mrs. Jim Black- shaw. Rev. Roes atended a ministerial meeg, of whida he is secretary. On Monday at the United Church of Christ, ers of ,the United Otmrches in this ,area was Mrs. Keaneh H. Hos- area, with their wives, met for som. ,1 [a luncheon meeting and pro- Types of books in the sine rm the Rev and r r,,+ include fiction, ,text books, Ir .,rulna a" h,": ," Ci dr n s books, cookbooks, I,ram  h,, +, u, ..., lty, l J pvt , mtu rare I Llddell of Verada.le, was a dis- editions. Proceeds help supgorx, eussen ............ the 00ation's feU00hip and mifnreCan uf ..... VCa u program. Christian uty. CHENEY HOT'LUNCH Jan. 27--Weiner in bhnket, stuffed celery, baked toma and corn, apple slices, ice cream. Jan. 28---Roast turkey in gravy, sweet potatoes, tossed salad, dutch ,pple cake. Jan. 29--Pizza, creamed car. rots, lettuce with 1000 Island dressing, oatmeal cake. Jan. 30--Sloppy Joes, Wal- dorf sad, meat.pickle-cheese kabob, apple roly-poly with raisin sauce. : Ja, n. 31--Fish sticks with tartar sauce, creamed ltatoes, i red and white cabbage salad, bread and butter, gingerbread with whipped cream. The Women's Feewship of the United Church of Christ an, mmnces a vrkday for the fa bazaar to be held on Tues- day, t 10 a. m., at the home of Mrs. F. L. Ratciffe, Jr., who is this year's Bazaar chairman. A coffee ,hour was held by .the Women's Fe,0ship on Tuesday at the kame of Mrs. W: S. Bernard, with Mrs. F. L. Rutclfffe, Jr. and Mrs. H. K. Hossom serving as assisting hostesses. A business meeting was coaducted by Mrs. W. J. Orlob, Women's Fellowship president. The wise advertise. Mrs. Luke Best Hosts RNC Club Mrs. Luke Best was hostess for ,the RNC club t her home, 515 W. Srd, Thursday, Jan. 16. Mrs. Nell Seigel, Ivy Cordfll's sister from Pine City, was a guest. Mrs. Charles Proctor, the new president, conducted the meeting. Committee ch, air- me.n, appointed by her are: safety and health, Mrs. How- ard Buob; cards, Mrs. H. S. Barrett; flowers, Mrs. Elmer Tie,dr; gifts, Mrs. Earl Brooks; publ, icity, Mrs. J. H. Spuler. Dues have been collected from all but three members. Old business was the phn- ning of the annual card pa,rty for the purpose of raising money for the county settolar- ship fund. The party will be Saturday, Feb. 1, 7:30 p. m., a the Spuler home, 319 N. 6th. Members unable to attend are asked to comribute one dollar. New business was the check- ing and assembling of the year's program, six pages to be i, nserted in the permanertt covers. The February meeting will be on the 20th at the home of Mrs. Elmer Tiedt with Mrs. L. W. Rietz assisting. Ro'll call is to be answered with anything of interest. J / Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wahl of Rt. 3, Cheney, w ih to an- rmunce the arrival of a son (Craig James) on Jan. 4 at the Blue Mt. Hospital in Joln Day, Ore., to Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold James Wahl. The ha, by is the first grandchild or bo the Wakls axed the O1ynn Browns of Tonaskct, Wash. Craig weighed 6 Ibs, 12V2 oz. As the first ,bby born in the New Year in Grant County, Ore., the lucky bby was the winner of the" armual Stork Derby, spoRsored by .E-m Blue Me. Eagle and merchants of the tovn,. He won a great many very nice gifts. Jerry s employed in the supervisor's office for the Mal- hour National Forests a,t Jhn Day. Mrs. Leonard Cordill enter- gained as ,a guest lt week her sister, ;Ma. NeMe Siegel, from Pine  Cir. Amorg the parties for "Mrs. Siegel was a supper with Mr. rtd Mrs. Kir- bY Sooy. CAMP FIRE NEWS Ok Koda Oamp Fire group met Tuesday at the lame of Mrs. Robert Wooldridge. Head band d esigrts of Indiaaa, sym- bols were made and a s,ymbl game was dire,cted by Kay Ham. Older girls from another group who assisted were De- Anne Helm, Mallory Smith and Kathy Fletcher. Refreshments were served by Linda Hughes. The annual meetin.g o,f the Camp Fire council of the In- land Empire wets held at the Ripa,th wth a lurmheon in the Rof di, ning roo,m. Rep3vt were made on sea s:0ns activi- ties and the annual mint sale was announced. Reports on the national corfference at San Francisco made by two Horizon club girls who were delegates. Attending from Choney were Mrs. Earl Hil- ton, who is on the nati0nal board, ,and Mrs. F. J. Schad- egg, vtho is on the district board, Mrs. M. A. Malmoe, o the Cheney leaders associa- tion, arid Mrs. A. B. Cutting, publicity committee. LODGE NEWS Past M,trons club ,held a dinner meeting on Monday ever,g in ,the Masomc Hall with 24 present. Hstesses were Mrs. arion Bair, Mrs. Edwin Reed, Mrs. Jane or- gan, Mrs. O. E. Johnson, Mrs. Dermis C,arcoran, Mrs. George Fisher and Mrs. M. V. Hughes. A slort business meeting yeas conducted by Mrs. George Fisher, president. Job's Dau,ghters Bethel will meet on Tussday in the Ma- sonic Temple. Pans will be made for a iMa.tion late in February and h dance in the MasoAc Temple. A report w be made on the isit of the grand deputy, Elsie Tubbs, at the last meeting and on in- struction she presented which will be followed by ,a refresh- ment hour. ----t-- Martha ehaer OES will meet on Monday in the Me- sortie Temple with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freema,n, paCaxn arid matron, in charge. It will be "Mea's Night" ad they will provide ,the etertainment and refreshments. Mrs. Fara Heglar, St)okane, Mrs, W. R. Bevgloff, Cheney, attended the ColvAle instal- lucian of the D AR Friday o Iast week: The methug, held in the city Iibrary, had Mrs. Itslur as installing ofice ,and Mrs. Bergloff en tke pro- gram. Cancer Film Set Plars ,are cmp,lete for the public shoing of the Can- cer film "Life Story," to be shown at EWSC Science building on Wednesday a,t 7:30 p. m. under sp, onsar,hip of the Cheney Branch Cancer unit of Spokane C,ountty. The film is of interest to b0,h men and women. Dr. Gamon will ans- wer que,stions. Admission is free. Mrs. Stanley Pierce, edu- cation chairman is in charge. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. Merle Cree and Mr's Ivy Cordill were among those who attended the fu'nera'l oi Mrs. Gwendolyn ( Cree FoRn,zki in S prague Saturdayy. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Berg- loft entertained a Saturday evening gue,ss Mr. and Mrs. Harry Richa;rs o Si0kane. Sunday their guests were Dar- lene Russell of Spokane, Joan Marrietta, Ken Schmidt and Barbara Webb, CIhermy. Mon- day their son, Jerry Bergloff and fmnily of Spokane, were guests here. Mrs. G. L. Nickells returned home last week from Port- land where she visited her s'on and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth White. Mr. a,rd Mrs. William Walk- er and two children re,turned :to their home in Seattle this vceekend ater spending a week here with ,h,i's m0her, Mrs. H. D. Walker. Lt. Thomas Dicki'nson, Har- risburg, Pa., t,h,e week here at the home of his lae adopted mother, Virgin, i:a Dick- inson. He and his sister, Mrs. Carolyn Booker, were in charge of Miss Dickiason's funeral yesterday. Mr. &nd Mrs. Kyle Wo*lfe, of Spokane, were visitors at the home .of her sister, Mrs. Homer Pierce, last Tlurs:da3,. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Black- shaw attended in ta,Ha,tioaa ceremonies of the Masoaaic lodge in Rearcln Tuesday eve- I ning in which their neghew, Paul Lillengreen, was in,tailed as worshipful m,asr. A pan- cake supper was erve,d p rtor to the inst, allaion for family and friends. Mr. arid Mrs. Black saw also visited her brother, J, oe Cox and family, while Jn Reardan. Mr. and Mrs. arl Henri- ricks orJtertained as weekend guests their @aughter from Othello, Mrs. Sazfley McLean, and four chitdren. On Sunday the party went to Val, beyford for a family dimaer wt an- other daughter, Mrs. Carroll McLean arm chiMren. The mmunizaion clinic sponsored by the Legion Aux- i,tiry will be held from 9:30 to 10:30 a. m. Legion Hail. DTP sh,,ots g.lven pa'e-schoal der the directio,n .of a nurse. Mrs. Carl and Mrs. Ernest Harr charge. Mrs. Lu Davis, ca iden, t of C heney, spent days here this week guest of Mrs. E. R. Mr. arid Mrs. C. W. ander e nterta,ined as on Monday Mrs, Glen Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce, Richard Butler mother, Mrs. Julia W. E. Betz is at home this week surgery last Thursday ing. He ws confined coness hospital hre,e Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,Bt wo ,are vacatSoning wail, wrote .they are excellert weather and frierds in Honolulu gettirg som,ehat pressed duck and soup. Mrs. Vern Davis of Iishnd, Wash., is E. R. Kelly. Stencils--mae your signs--1 inch to0 ters. Free Press Prints] so stencil brushes. HOWARD S. 11 Monroe St-, NOTICE of SETTLEMENT f No. 75117 In the Superior Court of the Washington in and for the Spokane. In the Matter of the MAYBELL MISSALL, State of Washington, County kar.--ss. Notice is hereby given that sail, the Executor of estate has rendered and settlement to. and filed in the Court of Spokane Cunty. | Washington his Firal Account Executor and a petition for tion of said estate, in which is asked to settle said Estate the property to the heirs titled to the same. and said Executor, and that the 21st day of February, : the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at room of our said Superior City of Spokane, in aid has been duly fixed for the settlement of aid Final Petition for Distribution, and place ,y peroa estate may appear and in writin thereto snd Dated this 21st day Geo. E. Fallquist ,;lerk of tho Superior By R. F. MeCorkle , (Jar. 24-Feb. 7)  JUNE'$j, / BEAUTY': Highway ACROSS PERMANENTS AND-UP, MA 4-6387. Why pussyfoot? Some folks (not you we hope) tend to be timid about asking their bank for a loan. And that's unfortunate, for after all, a bank's business is making loans. [] Speaking for ourselves, each of us here at Seattle-First is just as anxious to make loans as any other businessman or merchant is to make a sale. What does it take to get a loan from us? Basically, all you need is a good reason for wanting the money. And all we need is the assurance that you can and will pay us back. [] So the next time you need cash, we hope you'll step fight up and ask us for it. You'll be doing us a favor. /