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Pge 4 &apos; Oheney Free Press Fri@ay, Jamlary 29, 1965 M. R. SLAVENS, RETIRED MAIL MAN AND WIFE ENJOY LIFE IN ARIZONA Mr. and Mm. M. R. Slaver, s, who sold tleir Cheney h, ome last .faU and moved to Sun City in Phoenix, Ariz., write that the weather is beautiful and flowers are si.U in bloom. They re also enjoying or- "ages from trees in t'he Claude' Murray yard who live about 10 miles from the Slavens. Mrs. Slavens' Hster, Mss El, Sa Weissmiller of Seattle has been visiting them since Jan. 8 and they have been en- tertaining and going to a num- ber of luncheons and dinners with former Seattle friends who now have homes in Sun City. "I am glad we brought the whole set of Noritake; other years: I've had to borrow extra dishes when we erter- tained more than two extra people," said Mrs. Sl, avens. Enjoy Book Reviews "We attend numerous book reviews which are presented wiJthout chaa-ge by Phoenix calege. Among them are "A Raiisin in the Sn," "Dark ,at Top of the Stairs," "Wom- en Writers o,f U. S.," 'Fate is the Hunter" by Ern- est ann, this one wasn't too good. I went Nov. 19 when Ben Dew Ronsh reviared three short books. The Ronshes are close neighbors of the Mar- rays and their son, Jimmie, is a pal of Steve Murray's. Stores Nearby "The Safeway store, doctors offices, Ben Franklin sre, RNC Club Holds Meet At Best Home Mrs. Luke Best enterta'med the RNC club in :her home at 515 W. 3rd on Thursday the 21st. Guests were "Mas. Mdctle Bailte and Mrs. W. F. Hubbell. The  business of tim meet- ig was ssemblkng the y0ar- books. Mrs. J. H. Sourer was give a vote of tlanks for ar- and priag the ms- tel. The secretary was in- structed to mail the informa- tion to absent ,members. It was void to sponaor a nine year old boy at take, and Vilge. Anyone Nav'g dd hristmas cards may bring them to the next meeting as  childre make use of them. A letter from Mi Helen Stergaard, .connty .agen,t, ac- cepted the invitaCton to attend the Febrtmry meetirg and ,give a talk on "Pl,arm0g Your Workroom." She wiR also shaw ,some slides. This meeting will be February 18 at the borne of Mrs. L. W Rietz, 312 N. 4th, Cheney. Star Chapter Ball Was Well Attended .Martha elm, pier OES spon- sored a dance in the city hall on Saturday evening with a good .attendance. The Starlite ball .had the Tyler orchestra with John Ham  rector end guests crone fom Sokae. An intermission for vefreshazr, ts was enjoyed. Mr.  Mrs. Har- old Penelt and committee were in charge. The chapter will tm a pub- lie card party late in February and he annu, al ke feed on Stmday, Mardh 14, which 11 be the outst events for the current year. New offic- ers wll be elected m Mah 8. CHURCH NEWS METHODIST Due to the weather he wom- ens society of the Mekodist church was forced o cancel th meeting of Tuesday afterno Jan. 26, at the home of Mrs W. J. Corr. Next mee, th un Tuesday, Feb. 9, wiIlIl be in the church youth ceer. CHRISTIAN Chr'tian church wom- en's fellowship will meet on Thursday afternoon, Feb. 4, at the home of Mrs. Ivy Cord. Mrs. Bd Willoughby, presMent, w,il car, duct the meeting, Mrs. ltarry Hes w .give the de- votions ,nd Mrs. Dovmlfl Ross the program study. Th men's fe'lawship will meet Wedaes(lay ev, Feb. 3, 'at the .home of Carl Hair. BAPTIST The Cheney Baptist church has e1aged Sumlay school hour to 9:45 a. m. ,and the wor- ship service to 11 a. m. A new study course is held each. Sun- day everdng at 6 for edlts, i "Tra4nmg Union" from the I book "Church Orazed and i Fun, etioning" with Pastor Amick Chempe co@ueting the study. Tlm church ws honored with the gift of a big elek, g,iven by Mrs. Edith Mfllor at the services last week. PEO MEETING HELD The P. E. O. luncheon meet- ing was held  Wednesday at the home ,of Mrs. R. L. Mich- aeksen with Ms. Wiiam Mobs . assistant hostess. Mrs. .Tm Wills presented the pro- gram on P. E. O. Foders day. barber shop, etc. are at the north edge of Phoenix Mortar, o are only a s',lo.rt distance. However, we bo,uffht a cart sch as Lottie Morgan has, so we won't iave to carry grocer- ies. "Washing clothes in auo- mlatic machines is e,s7 and there are l0 large lines (m which to hang elohes. There is also ,a dryer in the laun,dry room. Everything is geared to the life of elderly people. Only a few people are o,ur age, most of &hem ,are in their six- ties r early seventies and en- joy Saturday night dances, shuffleboard, etc. "We ,are enjoying the Che- hey Free Press. Sometimes it comas .a.s early as Monday, sometimes Tuesday arm one day on Thursday. The mail will p:obably come mre regul, ar now that Christmas is over." Mrs. Cutting at' Federated Women's Spokane Meeting Mrs. A. B. Ctting attended the monthly meeting and book review span,s,ored by the Presi- dent's (?uncfl on Thursday, Jan. 21, in Coeur d'Alene ho- tel in Spokane with 80 past presidents of women's ovgani- zatior in ,aCterM'ance. A special report was given .on "Better Lighting on Pri- ate Property arid Yards," a project of the Fed:evated Wom- en's u'bs. A Dock review on the Oregon Tra, 'a speech by a wnmn from Turkey, and dis- pIay .of brass and ,Nee items from the Spokmm Turkey Shoppe were on the program. Mrs. W. R. Smith presided for reports on Spokarm bemtffica- tips of ,rver banks and vacant lots. Former Local Pair Observe Their 55th Wedding Annive rsa ry Mr. aad ,Mrs. John Rogers, formerly of C, od their 55th wedding mriversary auietty t home with some of their clldren arm g,an(lchild- ren visiting them at their home at 804 16th, Spokane. After the ather is better an open house will be held for them. Their four children there for the day were PtrI Rogers .of Otmney, Robert Rogers o FiSh ake, Mrs. R. W. BeePer of La,mont, nd Mrs. offm. Os- ter of Spokane. There. are seven grar2dehldren and four great grardeltdren. An ,open house for relatives and riends is 1Manned for lat- er in the year when weather permits. Altar Group Plans For Rummage Sale Mrs. John ,Murphy, ,presid- dent of *he St. Rose Altar So- ciely, l,s named Mrs. Ed Sli- chal ,as chairman of the ain- nual rtm,ma,ge sale to be ,hed lareh 28 to Aloft 3 in the Leg. ion hal..4nyone desiring a rummage pick-up may call Mrs. Harry Mosnmn, 235-6555. Mrs. Bernard Kinsy was the main speaker a the Janu- ary Altar Soety meeting held i,n the parish hall. She spoke on ,he ,subject "A Public IA- bra'y for Clmney wth No New Taxes." Mrs,. Louise Stearns assisted Mrs. Kingsly in an- swer'mg questions in the dis- cu'ssion which followed. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. RObert Fitzsirnmons and Mrs. Ilugee Fletcher. Bridal Shower Given For Marilyn Sibley .M. ly Fas and daughter Mmi:Ie ente wth a bri- dal slmwer for Marilyn Si, bley, brid4eet of Edward J: Cna. han. The 15 guests precepted a ]iaeous array of gifts from  tame centered with a pink parasol aeeen,ted with gol- den ,bel. The dessert was served in the colors and the theme of the en. NOW IN NEW MEXICO Word ,has been veevived here by friend, s that Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Uhrig oxe no located in New Mexico where he is a teae on an Irrd,n reseawa- tion. MISSOURIANS PLAN DINNER Missouri SocieCy will hold a Vale(ne potluck din- ner party ,on Feb. 13 in the In- laad Pover and IAght building in Spolmae at 6:39 p. m., ac- eorirg to Mrs. W. R.. Berg- Ioff, ]resideat. heney men- bers and guests are welcome. The Melody Singers will pro- vide the program of the eve- ning. BACK FROM VISIT Mrs. G. L. NickeIs returned on Monday from ,a six weeks visit with her daughCer and fa,mly, Mr. arid lVh's. Ed Nel- son in Colorado Springs, Colo. TERRY SNOW FRATERNITY, Terry Snow of been eleeted re tary of the SiRrra nity at VCangon, o,' versity at Pumam sn o,f Mr. .nd Mrs. MEMBERS OF THE CAST--"The Man Who Came to Dinner," will present this classic production Feb. 4 and 6 at 8 p. m. in the high school auditorium. Seated, left to right: Re.bert Moe, director, Ron Mickelson, Wayne Foland, Terri McDon. ough, Dan Noel. Standing: Mike Purvis, Bill Whitney, JoEtta Lewis, Sandy Bohn, Judy Ashley, Jerry Johnson, Minette Jesk9, Dale Lehn, Dick Schens, and Alex Rajala. On stairs: Sylvi Manzo, Gretchen Lauff, Dan Hanrahan, and Les Wil- liams. Cast members not included in the picture are Vickie Lindsay, Marianne J.hnson, Dan Shepard, Tom Gusseck, Dar- rel Phillipson, Mary Patrick, Jerry Mahon, Rod Reed, Leroy Monon, and Kirk Mosman. FRI.  SAT. JANUARY 29, DOUBLE King P<ong AND The Evil of Frankenstein 9 p. m.; Out 10:50. Friday Night After New Mid-Night Fri., Jan. Frankenstein 11:1 at 1:00 Shrts -- All Sats Mrs. Moore Visited Parents Last Week Mrs. Virginia Movre of Broold,ags, Ore., v:mited her , parents Mr. and "Mrs. Jim oof i ;man a few days ks,st week. She was here to attend the charter !night meeting of a Beta Si, gma, Phi chapter in Spokane whose members celebrated the cta'p-I ter's 25th a,niversary. Mrs. foore was a charter member of he group which was ergan- l ized some years before the  Clmney Betas. T ILICUM NEWS Fine Arts department will meet on Mortally, Feb. 1, a the lome of Mrs. E. L. Dales with Mrs. Harold Kleiner assisting .lastess ,artd serving dessert first; Mrs. L.E. Zimmennan will preside and present ,MEs Cecil Dryden, author of books of Northwest history, in a re- view of orm of her 'books. i International Education de- partment met at the h, ome of =Mrs. J. S. Lane o,n Thursday afternoon, Jan. 21. Two guests :were present with Mrs. Mile Ball presiding. Mrs. Ine gae i a wogram on Oriental arts and !buttons, showing an extensive display of ,aticles brought from Chin.a, Jpan, H,aw,aii by relatives. The next meeting will be Feb. 4 at Vahe oe of Mrs. Obed Wilamso. Afternoon Literary depart- ment meeting for Jan. 28 was cancelled owing to weather condition, s, .... a'ndic.raft deamrt, attnet Handicraft department met Tuesday, Jan. 26, at the home of Mrs. J. A. Andrew, wfch her re, other Mrs. Olive Orange as hqstess. Knitting was the pro- ject bei,g completed. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Feb. lPotato chowder, toasted' cheese sandwich, apple saMd, peanu cup, gin,gerbread with whipped topping. I Feb. 2  Oriental rice, spin-] ach with egg quarter, sunset I sa'ad, applesauce bread. [ Feb. 3  Chili, gzed car-] rots, maple bars, peaches. Feb. 4 -- Turkey vegetable pie, orange section, tossed sal-i ad,, extra biseuit w/jelly, Ice i cream. Feb. 5--Macaroni & cheese green beans with butter sauce deveiled egg, relish tray, apph pie. NEWS BRIEFS ,Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Berg- loft enterined as Sup.day dn ner gUre their san and wfe Mr. ,a'd Mrs. Dick Bergoff of Spokane. Their othex son and family ,Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Berg- loft and three ctdMren of SPO- kene were guests one, evening last week. Miss Mildred French, who h aa been in a Spokane h0pital atev ,a fall, retu.rned home this week a.nd is recovering nicely. M'ms Karen Brown, daulh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Melon Brown, left Thursday for a 10- 6ay vatati(m in Hawaii. She will be a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Prnk Bunker, who are vaea- ti,onmg there. Mr. nd Mrs. Mile Ball and Carl Rudolf ,atended the offic- ers training session at Four Bakes Grange Monday evening. Mr. and Ms. Robert SChmidt are the parents of a son born in Deaconess 'hosll Sunday, ! 3a. 24. The ha,by joins two sis- ters and a brother at the home here. Mrs. Schmidt is the for- mer Joyce Shields of Chened,. Mr. and Mrs. Rielard Ro0s returned from Lynn.wood la,st week after several weeks on the coast wih th,eir son and amily, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Roos. rs. Pete Heidecker under- went major stwgery .Last week in St. Lukes hospial and will remain here this week. Mr. and Mrs, Vi,rgil Beak .g,d daughters and Mr. and -'s. Harold Jackson and children Besl Seller Aulhor I0 Speak Feb. 4th AI Cheney College Jessica Mitford, the best- selling ,author of the book "Tlhe American Way of Death," will come ;to speak a't EWSC Thurs- day, Feb. 14, at 9:30 a. m. Her tNk in, Shoalter audi- to,rium ,o.n the EWSC campus in Cheney is .open to the public without eharge. 32 Women Assist in Hothers March Gamma Theta chapter of Peta Sigma Phi held a regu- larly schdule.d meetting Jan. 19 foil,owing the members' an- nu, al canvassing eam,yign for the Mthr's Ma,rch of Dimes. The drive bro,ught in $453.25. Mrs. Merritt Jot'as on was as- s'i:sted by Mrs. Ri, c:hrd Miller. A prc,gam on Derm, ark was presc,nted by Mrs. Pbert An- dersen. Kappa Thetas Help A s'sting on the M0,her's March were members of EW- SC Kappa The.ta (?hi sca, arity, the Misses Padge Anrdru's, Dons Jessica Mitford Wtmn "The American Way of Death," on inveiation of funeral pr-acices in the U. S., aulted to thetop of the best- [ seller t" English,born Je,ssic,a Milford f0und her name as much of a by-word througut her adopted court!try as ttmt of her book. Family Famous Not that the Mitford name wasn't already knv--her previous book, the utobio- graphical "Daughters .and Reb- els" told in highly entertaining fashion the story of the color- ful Mitord family (h'er father was an EngliSh lord and sister Nancy is al'so a famous rit- er). Jessiea Mitford's chil.dhoad in this unusually gifted ami,ly made her Nfe inte.rec,n from the beginning. During the Spanish civil war she met end nmrriedEsmond Rolny, a vol- unteer for the I'nternatiomal Brigades. Came To U. S. In 1939 Espanola News By Katherine Hol|owsy , FILM SHOWN  TO GRANGERS Friday was March of Dimes night at the Espan,ol, a Crange. Twenty-six were present to take part in the charter drap- ing fr Frank Jenkins, who died at Deer Park. A birt'h de- fects fitm was shown by Mrs. WiNiam Tave,nner of C,heney. A pie sale was held, receipts going to the M,arCh of Dimes fund, TWO JOIN CLUB When the Epanola Women's club met Jan. 20th for their potluck dinner they had ac- quired two new members, Mac SatNer and Anrm Murray., Six- teen ladies, geven children and 11 men were p,re,sent. The men worked on the hall whSe the lades bad their meeting. The club has decided to supply the Davenport Auction lunch on Ma.reh 31. Itext meeting wilt have Luella/Kuhn and M,bel,, Shoat as hostesses with the meeting plae being n,nounc- ed at .a later date. DAN DeCHENNE PASSES Priend,s and relatives in this area were saddened by the dieth on Tuesday of Dan De. Chene of Spokane. Boom in Illinois on May 5, 1882, he Having lived in Spain, Paris came with his parents gt the and (?orca, she and her bus-l age ,of seven to live near Ed- band migrated t.o America in I wall. The past 53 years :he has 1939, and Jessica spent the u,n- I lived in Spolane, working as easy prewar years d)in vat-[cu.stodian in the sclool .sys,tern. ious odd jobs from lady batten- I He is survived by l wife, Ida, der in Miami to sates,g,il in a Madison avemae dress shop. During the W<>rld War II she worked for the Office of tice Administration, while /rnond sexved ,in IIis Majesty's gorees. He was. killed in a'on, and the young widow m>ved to C'.al- ifornia. There she later mare-led lob- eat TremhMt, a Sa FranCisco att0vney, and, in addition to assisting him in inve,ga,tive work on me of his cases, raised a family and started a writing ca, reer. of Tyler made up a dinner par- ty Friday enjoying the Red Barn smorgasbord here. Dr. Eugenia Clark, EWSC faculty member, who has beeu eonired ,in Spokane, was brought home Friday. She is under the care of  nurse, but may receive callers. Ernest H.arr is confined in Deaconess lms pital with a se- vere case o,f shingles. Mrs. Harr is staying at he hone of their son KetCh and family this week to be near him. It now costs more to enause a child titan it once dd to edu- cate his father. i N: 5313 Regal .horse; three ehikiren, Bea Von Lehe of lgs- pantla, Dutch DeCenne of Spokane arm Hoad De- henne of Seattle. There are f,our grandchildren and one great grandchild end brothers and sisters. His fuemt was held on Thursday ,at H, azen and ./eager with burial at Fairmont Park. PERSONALS Visiting for a week with the Oscar Reitmeiers and the Jim Owen,s a Four' Lake are the Jack Retmeers :and sons tls and Timmy of ath Vails, Ore. I{a,senbargc,r, Carol Mon,ahan, Gloria Wilks, KatbJ Flett, Sue COMING Wilson, Linda Th,om,as, Paula Feb. 3, 4, 5, Rob,ins, Laurie M0.t,er, Kay Worthington, Dawn G,un,vcl- s,0n, (?arol Biernback, Sandy SPECIAL WilLs, Sartdy Reitmeyer, Clau- dine Ditlenger and G,ail Stev- ens. Pi Phi's Assist Represeunting Pi Phi Omega were metaphors, the Misses CHENEY :Joan Marie B,oyd, Betty Jo Complete Wiring !Tesch, Jeanne Zararm, Pare Electric i Pierce, Kathi Sherman, Ginny Free Anldersn, M0mka Hiood, Ha,hey No Job Too Stefanatz, Jackie Pierre, Gn- Norm Lewis hie Oliver, Sue Smith ad Pare Latthore. Also volunteering, the "Misses Shirley Dart, s, Jack- ie Judson, Dawn Tavenner arM I CHENEY Tud.y Drllir.ger. Complete Plumbing Regular First Aid Licensed & Classes Scheduled Man, ln 321 1st St; " A standard first aid class OME vil begia Mon,day, Feb. 1, 7 7 10 p. m. This class was 1e- bedrc vouly scheduled to be held at r. Ne the Anerican Red Cross build- in,g, W. 1203 Riverside Ave- Movie of the 3be nue, but has been rescheduled and worst to at Vley fire station No. 1, Ken East 105'19 Sprgue and Bal- WED., FEB. 3, four. The classes will be held Feb. 1, 8 and 15 and MarCh 1 Martin Hall I -4 Co] and 8*h. EWSC Ca 'hone P, egistration ill be held the Tickets first night of the class. ------ Sponsore ----- Teas: Where small talk d'ies EWSC Winter $ zn agonies.--Shelley. ,,,, _ FOR . 'ME BAG[U- !GOO[ TEN Spec,al " 1ST. 5f $100 -- or . Regular Burgers One , , lroom, M-N-M Drive I  H Sat., Jan. 3oth -.--..-- 'l.ycars S !e,00eler00 408 FIRST ST. lots n I w 0 MA I Jack Panla,llurick f Msesl s I on th Lake .has been spending the I the Weste past, week with ,his daughters ] andn, the'iv families, the Frank[ Selfridges .and the Ernie Mor-[ n iartys. / - 'ido Roberta Mauer visited ene of day last week with Mickey Mot w iarty, r" ---"'- .... m, hereb Mrs. Gordo,n Hedgson, Larry, J CAN'T COME IN? Fill out and Mail -n Lyle and Shirley were Satur- ." Ju,.t..eM f0rfm,,MMy baby oboe "v"'in d,ay luncheon gaests at the II mlilll| I. Write or phone u, Ham. rPaerifl Paul Sather home. Im. .  . m. Address 196b, a Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.   ]e l s, I,arry Danielon of Amber on ' ,t o t Saturd, ay evening were the |   " ($,,e Nine, mdm, ,[ndtot JIu,ssers. Kukuks and the Brew-   y. to-i Jand ers. L- mare mare I mm atom mma mm i I mare atom tram m C 24 -- : h. st A, the C W, fa' CHENEY DRUG, 410 FIKST ST.