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Page 4 Cheney Free Press :i I . ENGA ANNO . .. , o '/6I in Washington m anu xor tne uou whl An engagement paty was V | O | | [1 | " / was en route to her ,home ............. ,,,^,,e Spokane " " '" ' given Jan. 19 for Miss Bonnie _.. = . /Roseberg. lU, I-/.,%MILI rlv.mJ.,,Llvl,. In the Matter of the Est Mer of Mr rs D G Jerue s -n,t the ,,,,,,  m^T, ,D tlILDA E. CAVE, de.eased. Vmhmann, daug nl I , A,I I M . . . P wu== rlPivE; Notice is hereby given that the and Mrs. E. Viehmann of Pol- Ib m []a tweekend in Spokane as a YOU L HAV/E son, Mont., and Steve Miller, J,aime Laredo. the young guest of Mrs. Vince Banks f son of Mr. and Mrs. Walden Bolivian violiniz,t wto catapult- after attending the PEO Foun- Miller of Opportunity. ed to international plo,minence ders Day meeting. In the eve- - The party was given by Mr. when he won tile 1959 Queen ning they were canons the -[-(, ( and Mrs. FIoyd Cook, assisted Elisabeth 04' Belgium Music guests to a.tte,nd the house /U O by Mr. and Mrs. Howard rods, competition, will be prese,:A(.d warming and pa,rty at the at .the Cook home, 216 N. 5%h in a recital a[ Eastern Wash- of Walter and Grace St. A buffet supper was served ington State College Wcdnes- Jil.hnson in the so.uth hill area to 20 guests, day evening. A corsage .of white earna- His appearance i.s an attrac- tions ,and yellow rose buds, tion .of the EWSC Artist Ser- centered by a tiny dove earry- ies. The recital will be in Sho- ins the engagement ring, and walter Auditorium on the EW- napkins wi,th a white dove SC campus starking at 8:15 p. carrying the message, "Bon-lln. A limite,d number of tiek- nie and Steve, 1964," armonc-ets will be available at the ed the news to friend's. Miss VieLunann is a senior Laredo was only 18 years at Eastern Washington State when he won the in.tevna- C,oll,ege and has been employ- tional competition oer hund- ed at Safeway the past four reds of ,applican,ts from all years. Miller N employed at over he world. The Brussels Carsten's Marine Supply in competition is krmwn as the of Spokane Mrs. C. E. Bwer was an overnight guest of her daught- er, Mrs. R. L. Jonson .and two children, in Spotcae. Mrs. Ted Freeman and Mrs. W. Edward (a.rner attended the funeral services o,f Theo- dore J. Gus'tin at Pine City Tuesday. He had iived all his life in :that vicinity and been active in 1,odges, civic groups aad the Congregatien'al church. Survivors are s wife, Lenore, ,at the home; One son, Ted Gus- tin, Lacrosse, two g'andchil- dren, ,and two brothers, Mark and A. H. Gustin. Mrs. Free- man and Mrs. @arner are rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freeman Mrs. W. E. Garner went to Wilbur Sunday fternoon to attend the weddg of a grandniece, Linda Warrigton, to Jerold Mearrs. The cere- mony was held in he Presby- terian church of WKbur fol- .lowed by a reception in the church parlors. .................. ,e ;;oi, b Lama \\;% pc. TurneR, \\; JANtS PAIGE II SHOW 7 P. M. OUT 10.30 ,Presented by WARNE!BROS. Not a foreign picture Spokane. most taxing and difficult mu- sical contest anywhere. Hailed As Hero Cheney Churches ms a,tive Bolivia ha be- Ready To Observe stowed Upon him the coun.,try',s World Prayer Day hig.hest hen, ors, arid when, he returned to South America The World Day of Prayer, after winnin,g the Bm.ssels observed each year on the compe.titien Laredo was decor- first Friday in Lent, is spon- a, ted and hailed as a conquer- sored by women of the me-in,g hero. jot Protestart and Orthodox A further honor from his Starts Sunday communions. For 75 years it country was a commemorative has bro,aght peooe ogehher issue of 12 st^rags which car- 3 BIG DAYS ONLY across denomin, ation, racial ried ,his photograph, thus mak- and cu'ltural botmdar- ins him .one of the few musi- Academy Nominated Pix ies to pray for *he necd of ciarB in the world to be so dis- ALCOHOLISM ................ ROLYN CARTER Ithe world and to make an of- tin*stashed while sUll living. THE ENGAGEMENT OF M155 (.;.Km'  ..... rdlfering for carrying ou.t the Laredo, ,as eultural attache' FILM TOPIC AN WILLIAM SONNEBORN JR, son ot Mr ann Mrs tawa  , D " - " " "" " : an I Chureh s mission araund the to the Bolivian missian., is .the J,ek Lemm,on and Lee Re- W. Sonneborn of Picnic Pines on Silver LaKe, has Peon "i "" youngest member of the mick have featured roles in nounced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Carter. w?ically, the same service United Nations, and has also "Day of Wine and Roses," .  is used by groups in aprox- brought credit to his adopted which opens at the Pix Thee- Carmen Carter and imtely 150 eonlaies and couTtry, America. This past tre Sunday. wwine Lt. Sonneborn To ART FESTIVAL areas ,of the world. Beginng year he represented .the Unit- The film deals wh a p,air of in ,the islands of the Pacific a ed States on a tour of Europe. ,rovers who start off as n oses" Wed In August W l LL FEATURE stream ,of prayer flmvs reund social dri.nkers arid end up as Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. MUSICAL SHOW the world util .it reaches the TILiCUM NEWS alcoholics. Ch'aTIes Biclfovd outermo'st isl, ards of Alsk,a o Evening Literary depart- a,d Jack Klu, gman are co- Carter, 6 North Third, an- The Art Festival being held this day. ora',e ,he er..a,gemeat amt in the';Cilty Hall Feb. 8 will Te major part of World men will observe guest nig'ht strred. The acad, emy awa'd I forlfioming nmi, age of their have as one ,of ,the roam fee- Day of Prayer offerings g to at ,the regulaT metin, g Tues- winning song of the same daugler, Carmen Oarolyn, to ,tutus a pro M at 3 p. m. by projects W hich are coinued day evening at the home of name s presented by Henry  Show 7 P. M. -- Oct 9:20 1st Lt. Edward W Sonne- EWSC music talent. Mrs. T- year fter year. Primary Mrs. Edwin Reed. The pro- ancini. /Note: 14o , f re n ictu born, Jr., son of Mr..and Mrs. vis Win%ors, wife of the cre- among these are: gram will be, "Musical Moods," Playirg through Sat,urday -- -- ..... W. Soameborn, Picnic alive arts department of the Contribution o he suprt by Mrs. Reed. night will be ,-" ,ripper, the/ Edwardpines, Medical hake. co41ege, wB1 play ,the pi,ano, of 12 women's colleges in Af- Nernational F_tucatioq de- story of a boy ,an a d(lp'hin l#,i. 00emt| Miss Carter is a 1961 grad- a group of semi-classical um- rico, Ida, Pa ",IdStan, Japan, partmert will meet Thrsd,ay Co-feature is "Bachelor Para-/._q0,l, uate ef Cbeey Igh School. bets, nd le :girls trio uer Korea, Hong ,Kov.g and Tai- afternoon at the home of Mrs. disc," with Bob Hope and rD) She is a sonior a Eaern direction of Cod Ooleness, will w. J.S. Lane. The program on, Lana Turner. / Washingxm S (kfllege and sing. Mrs. Fred J(ms ,an'd M. Provisions of Christian liter- "Travels in Eastern Canada," will receive a thrAe}or of Arts Leon Wittinger, Tilicum club ,aCute for vome ,,ad children will be in charge of Mrs. W.L. Read the classifieds--It pays! in Education deree in early members, ,are in charge of the in Africa, Asia and La%in Rowies, guest speaker. , ,,, August. program. America. Fine Arts department will Lt. Someborn is a 1958 The eheneyConservatiaof- Contribution to Oommittee entertain husbands as guests 1847 R g B graGuate of MediCal Lake High flee will display a tMe of on Friendly RetutIm Among a the meeting hol,ay. A 8hol all received a Boche- itras {m Oonservaln, hich Foreign Students to .provide a 6:45 p. m. dinner win be Wen O e r$ ros. lot of Arts in Eenomis de- is the .theme of the Fes4aival. friendly reception arid srpi- in ,the Stud,eat Urn building a mvsc. The guest speaker America's Finest Silverplate gree from W,a ".khtm State The ay.. of 60 year od tality for .tfiese #mden. w] be Cl-tahmn, of the ..... University in June of 1962: He items is expected to be of in- Support of the Migrant Min- is ,affiliated with Siena Phi terest, in keeping with the istry ,through the Division of! Washington Water Prover Co. F it ,re00- 00o.ey colo00ra 00ome avor e eric time, 'he is .stationed with tion of 60 years as an ovan, i-!.al Cou,nc'fl of Churches. the United Sty.los Marine corFs :ation. Art pictures from the Provision of religios work NEWS BRIEFS P Selectio a Camp Peidton, Oalf. grade 00o00oo, s.u,o0000 a ttern n An Aust wedding is being make a gallery of local talert, icon youth and assistamce in Mrs. George Fossum re- planned by the cougle. Mrs. Orl,and Killin and Mrs. transition to ulban life. tunmd home on Thurtday George Fisher will be M The 1,ocal service will be evening from Seattle where Ten best sellers from 1911 to 1950 offered once again C H U RC H N EWS charge of the sliver tea, served ,held at St. Paul's Episcopal she had spent a week with '.her for profitable sales to women who want to fill in or expand during the entire atterroon. Church at 2 p. m. on Feb. 14. daughter, Mrs. Carl Bowen. their service in one of these patterns chosen so proudly St. Paul's Episcopal church Tlus is a commu,nity show and The speaker will be Rev. Mrs. Bowen gave birth to a years ago. will h.oki a rm4mst dnr in everyone is invited to attend. George Alien, miniSter-direct- son, Russel.1 Lyle, early last the City Hall on Saturday at 2N."'cum club ,has sp(msored or of the Camtms Christian week, who lived only ,o days:. The Bowens have two small Old Colony First Love 6:15 p. m. Members and their the festivals ,auMly for many Feliowshi9 at EVrSC. families will altered. On Feb. years to encourage arts and Mrs. F. J. Sehadegg is c,hair- daughters .at their lome in 1911 1937 CTa'fs ,and music for members man of the World Day f Seattle. 15 the St. Pa,l's ENseopal [and townspeople. Prayer :here. Mel Samons who was con- guild will meet .at he lome of Mrs. Arehie H, ornfet a 2 p.m. Mrs. Earle Stewart is chair- fined ,in the Deaconess h,ospi- Ambassador Adoration The Christian Olmrch beard LODGE man of Urgted Church Women tal last week, came lome over of directors will meet at the of Cheney, the sponsonng the weekend and is recuperat- 1920 1939 rag. church Tuesday evening. The Job's Daughters Bthel met group. men's ellowship grmp will Tuesday evening in e Ma- Victor Maurer from Spokane Valley spent Sunday afternoon A..ive rsa ry te rnally You rs meet Wednesday evening at sonic Temple, Queen Sue Ham the home of Mr. a'nd Mrs. Sire presiding: for a business meet- CAM P F I RE NEWS in Oheney with his sster, Mrs. 1922 1 941 ing. Plans were made to hold J,lm Van Brunt. Churehwell. The women's feb The Shu-Koa Camp Fire Mrs. K. W. Larrison spent a lowship will meet on Thurs- a sleddiig party a the Orlnd day at 2 p. m. ,at the "hone of Killin home in the Four Lakes held 'an .overnight camp out few days last week in Sea.ttle Ancestral Remembrance Mrs. Elmer h to continue district on Sun(by of.turn, on. Thursday ia the Boy Scou,t with her daughters, luth and the udy of Irdia. Pl:ans for a dance soon to be iodge .on Ba4ger Lake. The Ani'. Larrison. 1924 1947 leader, Mrs. M. A. Malm oe, Elmer Luiten, maneger of The Methodist church wom- in the Cheney City Ira,l.1 were and Mrs. Fred Steiner accom- i the Cheney Grain n's society met Tuesday at discussed. Lovelace Daffodil the "home of .Mrs. M. S. Jones Eastern Star locge will hold panied them. Preparing mean Jerald Betz and Fran Kuehl for the monthly social meet- a public card party Feb. 15 at over a wood fire, study of went .to Portland on Friday menus and winter games were for .the all day sessiom of {he 1936 1950 ins. The president, Mrs. John 8 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. enjoyed by the 13 present. North Pacific Grain Growers Pinochle and bridge will be in Vm Brunt, an,noun,red the ds- The Tami Wa Ya gronp met association. S m i th J e e l e tri, et meeting of ,file ministers play with prizes galore fOr ia t the home of Judy Bedient Mr. ad Mrs. John Van W rs of ,the area on Feb. 10 at the men and women. A door prize Choney church and appoint-of a television set will be giv- Wednesday to discuss the re- Brnrt entertained as Sunday en and dessert served by the quiremeats for the Woodath- morning guests  sister, Mrs. ed the committee for the mogng coffee amci oon lun- ways and means eommi%tee, erer rank. They practiced a H. G. Reynolds of loseburg, elmon. The program n India Mr. and Mrs. ttarold Pendell talent play and had refresh- was in ch,rge of Miss Lillian and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Galle- meres. IJall. Mrs. H. Jordan gnd Mrs. way are chairmen. Cap Fire groups are wel- Eastern Washington State College Artist Series Mae Van Scyoc were cohos- Rebekah lodge wl meet an tees. We ,d:nesday evening with the come to v'.mit the Tilicum his- Presents orieal museum located in the Speci meetings will be vice grand, Agnes Chrl,to*, junior high g by cn- be :held th weekend a.t the pding. Routine business tactiltg Mrs. A. B. Cutting for Violi ist Nazarene Clmeh, wih a group will be iheld with f&n_aneial re- ,opening dates. The museum n of ymg people from North- ports a, nd refre'anerts, con.tains piormer articles col- west Nazarene CM, lee in! Marttlm chapter DES met on chage. Starting off wiffia] Mnda'inkhe MasnieTem" leciad vet a period of 40 IME banquet on FrMay evening at l ple vith Mr. and Mrs. Ted whenYears" notTheinmuseUmuse bt anyiS lckedmem. 1" six o'clock, the group will be] Freeman presiding. Plans were bur .of the museum com_mtee in elmrge of the services Fri-[ made .for the next meeting t day evening a 7:30; Saturday / be past matrons arid patrons will Show the items and tell evening at 7, and on Sunday. ! ni l. Folloving ,the meeting, areabUtwelcomedthem" Pioneerto 'be ,givenarticleSor t the 11 a" m" service and thementmtnacosumeskit L A B E D 0 the evenn,g ,service a.t 7. for erLertairmert ,and served laned to the museum. This group is called, "Chris- a merchants lurch or re- CLUB NEWS ian Workers Band," and is freshmonts. made up of a sirgi grou, p Graidmothers Cub met on, nd one student minister from CHENEY HOT LUNCH the Nampa, IdMo, college. Feb. 3--Tomato soup, pea- Thureday afterrmn at the ut butr s.n4iweh, baked home of Mrs. Caroline H.eiytt Jaime Laredo squaSh, balogrm stick and for a dessert party. A short Rides Available peach cobbler, business meeting was,held, fal- Cultural Attache to Bolivian Mission to United Nations For Art Festival Feb. 4---lhmburger n lowed by a social ,afternoon. Tran, sportation to the Till- pickle sliice, green beans wih DWYC club of Rebekahs eum club Art Festival on Feb. bacon chips, cbbagepple & met Wednesday afternoon a 1959 Winner Queen Elizabeth of Belgium Music the home of Mrs. Flora Rufer. 8 .at the CAty all for those celery salad a, nd plums. Competition w'ho need t as been arranged Feb. 5--Chill carrot and cel- The bu, siness meeting, con- by tlleAmericanHome.deom:t., ery sticks, applesauce, peanut ducted by Mrs. Agnes @harl- W d d y F b 5 men. Mrs. R. E. Maymers s butter sweet .roll. ,ton, included the drawing of e , in charge. Calls to ,her on Sat- Feb. 6 -- Fried chicken, frames of "secret pli.'' Mrs, e nes a , urday nmrni[g, Feb 8, at 235- creamed carrots, cornbread, Ernest McMillan presented the 4089 wilt be the contact tor cabbage, pineapple .and marh- program. Showalter Auditorium 8"15 p. m. rides to and rom the "hall. mallory salad and immpkin IOOF and Re bekahs are giv- Everyone d, esirmg to see the custard, ins their .armual buffalo sp Adults $2.50 - Students $1 25 Feb. 7--Tuna Pizza, buttered Per onday in the hall pre- display.s, art pictures and pro- gam is welcome to %ake ad- peas, green salad and sweet g the rgul meetirg vantage of this offer, cherries, of he men of IOOF. signed have been appointed of the above estate in this have qualified accordingly, and persor*s having claims deceased, are required claims, duly verified with vouchers nlK)n the undersigned Paulsen Bldg.. Spokane, upon William B, Iurker, the of record at his office at 905 Bldg., Spokane, Wash., and fil, claim with I)roof of such service office of the Clerk of the above the City of Spokane. Wash., months after the first this notice, or they will be barred. Date of the first publication notice is 31sf day of January, Irene Tuttle and Carl E. Executors of the above William B. Iunker Attorney 905 Paulsen Bldg., Spokare, (Jan. 31-Fch. 14) Randall, Danskin, Lundin & I017 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane 1, NOTICE TO No, '/6888 In tho Superior Court of the Washington in and for the Spokane. In the Matter of the OTTO SWANSON, deceased. Notice is hereby given that signed has been appoirted cta of the above estate in this has qualified accordingly, and )ersons having claims agalnt ceased are required to serve verified, with necessary the undersigned at East 1213 kane, kin, Lundin & Allison the record at their office at 1017 Building, Spokane, Wash., and claim with proof of such office of the Clerk of the above the City of Spokane, Wash., six months after the first of this notice, or they will barred. Date of the first publicatio notice is 31st day of Alma M. Turnidge e. t. a. of the above Ranlall, Danskin, Lundin Atorneys, 1017 Pauisen Spokane, Washington (Jan. 31-Feb. 14) Riehter, Wimberley & 708 ONB Bldg., pokane h NOTICE TO No. '/6444 In the Superior Court of Washington in and for the Spokane. In the Matter of the MAGGIE W. DAVIS, Notice is herei0y glveIl ta 1 signed has been appointed of the above estate in this qualified accordingly, and persons having claims ceased are required to serve verified, with necessary the undersigned at 708 Bank Building, Spokane, upon Richter, Wimberlay & attorneys of record at 708 Old National Bank kane, Washington, and claim with proof of sueh the office of the clerk of the at the City of Spokane, within six months after eatiot of, this forever barred. Date of tbe first notiee is 31st day of Hazel M. Robinson above estate. Donald A. Ericso Richter, Wimberley & 708 ONB Bldg., spokane, (Jan. 31-Feb. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT Nc 5378 In the Superior Court of Waahington in and  for Spokane. In the Matter of the CHARLES F, ARLE deceased. State of Washington. kant--as. Notice is hereby given thai:'] es Farrington, the Exeeutrix estate, has rendered and settlement to. and filed in Court of Spokane CountY,, Washington her Final Exeourix and a petltiol distributior of said estate, the Court is asked to settle distribute the property to' or persons entitied to the t discharge the said Friday, the 6th day of at the hour of 9:30 at the Court room of Court, in the Oity nf Spokane County. as been the hearing and settlement Account and Petition for at which time and "place interested in said estate maY file his exceptions in and contest the same. Dated this 27th day Geo. E. Fallquiat Clerk of the Superior By Ralph V. Re^wick, (Jan. 31-Feb. 14 MacGillivray, Jones, Clarke 309 Fidelity Bldg., NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT i No. 75135 fn the Superior Court of Washingtor in and for Spokane. In the Matter of the CHRIST IOAGLAND, State of Washington, kane.--ss. Notice ia given Hoagie^d, tho Will Annexed of the has rendered and presented to, and filed in the Spokane County, State of her Final Accounts as such trix with Will Annexed for the distribution of which the court is asked to estate, distribute the heirs of persons entitled to 1 discharge the said that Friday tho 20th day 1964, at the hour of 9:30 at the Court room of Court. in the City of said Spokane County. fixed for the hearing and said Final Account and Distribution, at which any person interested in appear and file his thereto and contest the Dated this 24th day of Geo. E. Fallquist, Clerk of the Superior By Edward W. Hul (Jan. 31-Feb. l, WALTER F. 2410 N. Monroe, NOTICE OF N). 74302 In the Superior Court Washington, in and for Spokane, In the Matter of LESTER State of Washington. kane.--ss. Notice is hereby giver H. Erdman, the Trustee' estate, has rendered a for settlement to in the Superior State of Washigtor her as such Trustee tior for the estate, i which the court settle said Estate. to the heirs or persons same, and discharge the and that Thursday, of March, 1964, at o'clock a. m., at the Court said Superior Court In" Spokane, in said has been duly fixed settlemert of said Final Petition for Distribution, at and place any person estate may appear tlons in writing thereto lame. Dated this 28th day of GoD. E. Fallquist Clerk of the Superior By J. R. Falhlust, (Jan.