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Pge 4 Chenoy Flee Press Fiday, Fehrtma3r 7, 1964 FINAL PLANS COMPLETED FOR ANNUAL TILICUM ART FESTIVAL Final plans were made this week for the community Art Festival, sponsored by Tilf- cure club, at the City Halt on Starday from 1 .to 5 p. m. Club members wl be on l)aad at 9 a. m. to receive d- plays of collections, souvenirs arid crafts. Mrs. Bruce Oliver, Mrs. Arthur Beaudreau, and Mats. M. A .Matmoe will enter all displays and assist Mrs. Jolm Maman, akis and Mrs. Stephen Spaeek in arraiging displays. Grade sclool students will enter paintings arid the high school v&amp;ll have crafts. General cammRtee mem- bers are Mrs. Bruce Oliver, ANNUAL CHURCH EVENT PLANNED AT CITY HALL Plans for the anaau,al Wash- izrg%on's birthday smorg are well underway. This pro- ject of the Women's Clwistian Fe,ovcship of the United Church of Christ promises to be a gay affair with a splendid variety of food.s. It will offer an opportunity for dinner par- ty entertaining ,as well as for family "diames. The smorgasbord will be served at the City Hall, Feb. 22, between ,the houa's of 5 and 7:1,5 in the evening. Nambers will be given pat- rotes .as ihey enter so that ea<h will be assured of bei, ng seated in order of arrival. Tickets rrmy be purvhased from aft members ,of the Wom- els fellowship, ,nd will also be sold at the door, at the same price as la,t year. Gen- eral e ",an of <the sorgas- bord is Mrs. Earle K. Stewart, phone 235-4469. OVER 200 HAVE VISITED TILICUM MUSEUM Tle Tilicum club historical musemn, located in the junior SChool lmfl4ing, win be open Wednesday , for any visirs. At 1 p. m..lhe ,lgh sclmol ry ds wil visi and ftr school Camp Fire girls wi}l come. The museum has ,eceived a number of i from pioneem tahis winr and hitariml revords. It also has been  'by aullhars ill they are g. A tmrtrait ler is using orm of tJe phi phe o nmke ma oil painting far a school and copies of the first school .teacher, Miss Mary Cook, .have ,been made far a family tree ,of pioneers of idle Cheney area. Visitors durhg ,the year hav been youth groups of Spokane Valley ad Windsor Selmol, dSsriet club women during the saxmmer conserva- tion lxmr and twamspeople, to- taling over 200. i i CAMP FIRE NEWS [ Tami Wa Y,a Camp Fire! group, under ,the leadership of Miss Ste Ba and larial Morebouse, will present a pub- lic tlen slmw at Betz seboot Thttrsd,ay evemng at 7:45. In addition, to the show of dances and a play a guest speaker, Miss Grace Giteau, an EWSC foreign student, will tell of her native n,d Kenya. Invita- ti.ons have been sent to Till- cure club members, parents and friends. A refreshment hour will fo]kow. Th.e Camp Fire board of di- rectors will hold a luncheon nmeting Feb. 18 at the Cres. cent Tea Room for" the Camp Fire counG1 of the In'anfl Em- pire. Cheney leaders assoiaon will 'meet on Feb. 19 t the tmme of Mrs. M. A. Mahnoe, presiden of the Camp Fire leaders. Mrs. :Frank Akers of the Spokane office will be present. Discuaon and d,te of the antml mint sale will be ,held. The Ko Ki Ke Camttffire grotp held a recent tour of the EWSC ,tree ,nouse. Flow- ers on display "mlded Mri- can vi(flets, geranitms, cactus and orchids. Laurie Nicel heped with some eu.tings. Dr. Nieol gave the girks some lily hbs. Pporter ary-Lyrm NiChols repol+ted "a great big shiney fish," swam .around in a fish pond at the greenhouse. The girls are also eurrertly ma'g Iriar desins for their headbands arid are plaaa- ning o choose a mascot. Mrs. M. F. Miller, Mrs. Arthur Beaudrea, Ms. Stephen Spacek, Ms. Fred Johns ,and Mrs. Leon Whitenger, who have been serving in plans all the club year. The afternoon musical pro- gram at 3:30 p. m. will pre- sert Mrs. Travis Rivers in piano numbers and a girls trio with Cedric Colness, ector, in vocal numbers from the col- lege. A dLl)l,ay ,of 60-year,o)ld items in commemoration of the Titicum organization and one from the Cheney conserva- tion office follow the theme o 'the Festival on Conserva- tion. The silver tea served all afternoon will raise funds for a .music schol,arZhi'p to an EWSC student. Mrs. O. Killin and Mrs. George Fisher will be in charge, with cub members serving at the table. Women To Meet General George Wright Woman's Relief Corps will meet Saturday at 1 p. m. in the American Igion hall width Mrs. Eva Ports presiding. Bus- mess meeting wfli be spent in practicing the exemplification of the ritual in preparation for inspection by department of- ficers. Members having birth- days in January and February wit1 be honored. Hostesses are Miss Mildred Joinor, Mrs. Olive Winslow and Mrs. G. J. Heghr. LODGI00 NEWS Martha chapter OF, S, will meet ,on Monday in fhe Ma- sonic Temple wih Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freeman, patron antl matron, presiding. The past matrons and patrons will be honored guests. FoUowirg the business session, with retmrts and completion of plans or the card party on Feb. 15 at 8 p. m., ertea'haimerrt and des- sort in, the dining room will be held. Royal Neiglbor lodge of Cheey will be lgxss for the spring district convention to be held in the Cheney City Hall on March 31. Tiffs dae was set, at he planning eom- mi, ttee meeting Monday, at the home of Mrs. Roydal Conley, district oraele Guesa hat meeting .were Mr& W. Saatell, Mrs. R. Morriso,, MR'-,B.-. Pal> pas, Mrs. L. LewiS, all fresh pokane; Mrs. IAltian .Miller, Mrs. Elsie Haage, Rvitie; Mrs. M. Kissler, Mrs. Ika Kra- mer, Odessa; Mrs. Louise Pitt- man, Spap,gle, .and Mrs. tii,1- lard Iffale, Mrs. A. B. Ottting [and Mrs. William Lee of Che- hey. A noon luncheon was .served by Mrs. Conley and Mrs. Pittman. About 100 mem- bers from the Inland Empire will attend the convenon. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Feb. 10--Broomed mnbur- get in gravy, whipped pota- toes, buttered;inaCh, whole- wheat raisin que; ice cream. Feb. ll--Italian spaghetti, buttered corn, garlic bread, peaches. Feb. 12--Pizza, carro and raisin sa}ad with peanut butter (ressing, buttered green beans. cookie. Feb. 13--Weiners and sauer- kraut, hah brown potatoes, apple slices, pen bute muffins, pudding. Feb. 14- Macaroni and cheese, stewed om,atoes, dev- iled egg sandwich, orange slice, applesauce and valentine cake. Mr. and Mrs. Ch.ris Betz en- tertained with a no ,host din- ner on Sunday in cele,bra.ion of Betz's birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. William Lilen- thal, Nr. and Mrs. Edward Lil- en.thal, Mr. and Mrs. olm Lil- enthal of Spokane, who are the sister ad brothes of Mrs. Betz. P. E. O. MEETS Tle regular monthly mee- i.g af C,apter A J, P. E. O. was held on Feb. 5 at the home of Mrs. Clarksa Stevart with Mrs, Anneto Jerue assisting hostess. After lunchson Mrs. K, atMeen Kennedy, president, presided .t the business meet- ing. A ,short .program was giv- en by Mrs. largaret Patmore. TILICUM NEWS Evening Literary depot- meat met on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Edwin Reed for a guest niffkt and pro- gram of musical moods. A Spo- kane musician was guest and played a program on the elec- tric organ, which was foil.owed by a musical quiz. Fihe Arts department enter- tained husbands as guests Mon- day evening in the EWSC stu- dert unic,n building with 28 present. The club president and husb,ad, Dr. and Mrs. O. E. Johnson were special guests. Guest speaker from Spokane was Karl Bachman speci, al ser- vice representative of WWP, who has received numerous awards for his contributions towards better undertaking of the American way of life, in 1952-1957, ant in 1963 from the Spokarm Bar ,ass n, getting their first Liberty Bell award for his dedication to AmeTican principles. Mrs. M. F. Miller, chairman of the department, and her committee were in charge of the evening. American Home department has completed plans for fur- nishing transportation to the Art Festia,1 held hs Satur- day in City Hall. Anyone need- lng a ride may call Mrs. R. E. Maythers or Mrs. Stan Hend- ricks for information. Handicraft department will meet on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Olive Orange ,to craft bird cages. A review on last project on Angel fish will be given. Afternoon Literary depart- ment will hold a lunc:heon meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mae Van Seoyoc with Mrs. W. J. Carv assisting hostess. The book review will be given by Mrs. dake Riclardson, cNrman, entitled, "The Greatest Thing on Earth." American Legion Plans Bake Sale The AmeNcan Legion Auxil- ia_ry will sponsor ,a bake sale Feb, 75 from 12:30 to 5 p. m. at the Sfeway Store. Cakes, pies, breads and cookies wl be featured. The funds are for ehiM welfare. Mrs. Ernest Iarr and Mrs. Fred Hoyt are co-chairmen. Regular meetirg of the Leg- ion Auxilh.ry will be held on Wednesday in the Logan Hall. Pl'ans for the bake sale will be completed. Reports on child welfare and .health clinic wilt be made. CHURCH NEWS The W)menas Fellovship o the nited Church of Christ sponsored a feH, owship dinner fr II members , friend,s of e church foth)wing morn- ing worship Suny, Feb. 2. Approximately 90 persons en- joyed the food and fellowship. A musical program of popular a,nd original songs was pre- sented by a men's quartet com- posed (ff Dowell Poore, Jay Andrews, George AHen nd W. Wesrum. The Women,'s society of the Methodist church will meet in the church Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Flora Rufer, Mrs. K. W. Larrison and Mrs. Harry ampton are hostesses, hnd program topic is, "Our Metho- dist Heritage," with Mrs. Mae Van Scoyoc in charge. Mrs. John Van Brunt, president, will conduct the business meet- ing. The Methodist church will be the meeting place for the ministers' conference Monday, begin, ning with a coffee hour at 9 a. m. Wives will meet in th youth center at that ime. A potluck luncheon will be observed at noon, with mem- bers of the WSCS in charge ef serving. The February ellowship 'dinner will be on Feb. 23 in the Church with the young :,adult cass :as best group and Mrs. Pete Montague chairman. A program and speaker will i follow. Annual Chene, y. Firemen's Ball Cheney City Hall Amber Orchestra $1.00 Per Person LET US PRAYWorld Day of Prayer will be observed in Che- hey Feb. 14 at 2 p. m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Mrs. F. J. Schadegg, chairman, has also extended an invitation to Med- icai Lake residents to attend the event. She is assisted by Mrs. Donald Ross of the Christian Church; Mrs. A. L. Armstrong, Seventh Day Adventists, and Mrs. Lyman Johnson Jr., Episco- pal Church. George Allen, minister-director of Campus Chris- tian Fellowship at Eastern Washington State College, will be speaker. Theme of the day is "Let Us Pray." NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Ha,rry Bryce- son were Sunday dinner guests of their son, Richard Brycesan, a,nd children in Spokane. Mrs. A. B. Cutting spent the weekesd in Spokane Valley as a guest ,of herr d;aughter, Mrs. William Sexton, and Debbie. A hrge delegation of East- ern Star mem:bers f Oheney wet to Spangle (m Tlmrsday evening for the grand recep- tion which hormred Mrs. Ruby Hart, grard deputy iaastructor of the lodge. Guests we,re pres- ent from the In lamt lmpire. Mrs. Tom Presnell enter- tained with a birthday d,inner on Sunday in honor of Mr. Presnetl's birthday and the birthday of her father, Horace Bland. Others present were Mrs. Bland o,[ Ford, Mrs. Etta Presnell  Qheniw a.rd the Tom PresielHalnily. Mr. and Mrs. Mil) Ball sep*t Sunday in Spokane .as guests of their son, Mile Ball Jr. A family dinner was served in celebration of Mi{o Jr.'s birth- day. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hart were Sunday di, ner gues of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ern- est Harr. Their two daugh.ers, Renee and Lori, were wi:th them. The Knife and Fork club held a formal dinner meeting on Jan. 31 in the Davenport hotel with over 300 present. Philip Cummins spoke n East Asia and his travels th, ere. Go- ing from here were Mr. ,and Mrs. E. L. Dales, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jones, Ew:. and .Mrs. IJoyd VandeBerg, Mrs. H. N. Stronach, Mrs. :Jean Gardner, Mrs. William Mohs and others. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Coreor- an entertained as ,an overnight guest on Friday Mrs. T. C. Coe of Plaza. On Mond'ay Mrs. Cor- coran went to Sprague to visit Mrs. R. R. Jones. JCARD OF THANKS I wish to thank each ,axed every one for the nice cards, letters .and flowers sent me while in the 'hospital Your re- membrances are appreciafl. Sincerely, Arlie Bartelt f7 The wise advertise. Double Feature Offered At Pix A pNr of adventure films re showing hrough Saturday at the Pix Theatre with the third in a series of art pic- tures due to start Sunday. Captain Sindbad, starring Guy Williams, and Ride The High Coun.Wy, with Rand,otp.h Seot and Joel McCrea are the p,aekage offering. Love and Larceny, an Itaii,an picture starring Victorio Gas, s- man, will play Su)nday through Tuesday. It was named the beast Italian .comedy ,of 1963, and is in ErNlish. Read the classifieds--It pays! Pix Theatre Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Gigantic Double Feature In CinemaScope GUY WILLIAMS IN CAPTAIN SINDBAD 1001 Might Thrills Plus Randolph Scott  Joel McCrea RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY Show Time 7 p. m. Ott 10:25 Sunday, Monday Only Art Series Vitterio Gassman In Love and Larceny 1963 Italian Best Comedy In Brglih Show 7 p.m. Feature 7:25 VtrM. G. LUSCHER N. 4925 Division, Spokane, NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF No. '/5245 In the Superior Court of the Washington in ar:l for the Spokane. In the Matter of the LUCY E. MORRIS, also CILLE E. MORRIS, deceased. State of Washintgon, County kane.-- ss. Notice is hereby given that A. Morris, the Administrator the above estate, has rendered sented for settlement to, ir the Superior Ccart of State of Washington his l'inat,; as such Administrator WWA petition for the distribution : estate, in which the Ccurt is ! settle said Estate, distribute petty to the heirs or persons to the same, and discharge Administrator WWA, and nesday, the 4th day of at the hour of 2:00 o'clock the Court room of our Court. in the City of Spokane, Spokane County, has been for the hearing and Final Account and tribution, at which time and person interested in said appear and file bis ing thereto and contest the Dated this 4th day of Gee. E. Fallquist, and Clerk of the By: Edward W. Hureke (Feb. 7-21) KATHRYN ANN Courthouse, Spokane, NOTICE OF SF, TTI.EMENT No. 75349 In the Superior Court of Washington h and for Spoklne. In the Matter of the MARY J. NEFF, also known J. McKENNA, deceased. State of Washington, Count kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that Ann Mautz, the Eecutrix above estate has presented for ' settlemen filed in the Superior Court County, State of Washin Account as such Executrix petition for the distribution tare, in  which the Court settle said Estate. distribute to the heire or persons same, arl discharge trix. and that Friday, the of March, 1964, at the o'clock p. m., at the Court said Superior Court, in the kane, in said Spokane duly fixed for the bearing and of said Firal Account for Distribution, at which place any person interested in may appear and file his writing thereto arid contest Dated this 5th day of Geo. E. Fallquist, County! Clerk of the Superior Mary B. Gearhart, (Feb. 7-21) Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. Goodwill Indus " EMPLOYS THE HANDIC "Have you ever wondered what you would do could not get lob due to some hendice handicapped folks, Inland Empire people, Goodwill faced this problem. Your repeirable clofhing and household items gave them an answer. 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