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Page 4 Clmney Fxee Press Friday, February 14, 1964 CHURCH WOMEN PREPARING FOR WASHINGTON&apos;S BIRTHDAY FEED Women's society of the Methodist church held a busi- ness meeting at the church on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Jokn Van Brunt presiding. Re- ports were made by ,the secre- tary and treasurer and from standdg committees. The Clearwater ministry budget was reviewed and the yearly pledge made. The founding of the Women's so- MARTHA OES VALENTI N E PARTY SET Martha chaer OES met londay at be Masonic Temple wth Helen and Ted Free,an, maroon ,xtd patron presi "di. Guests were Vctery Chapter of Opportunity and Adelphi of Spokane members. Past matrons .and pa'ons of the chapter were hcvored and proser,d wth gifts. A skit showg the occttpation or in- tereet of each ws pre, sen.ted by e officers. R was anBouneed the pan- cake breast March 8 in the" Tenle wl be for the EST- ARL sc]mlarsenp fund for re- ligious traizrtg. It is open to the ptubllc. Tle Vale card party Saturday in the ,hall will feature dessert first, pinochle and bridge, prizes ,gakore and a dor prize of a TV set. ReImrts were made oB visi- taior,.s `t0 S10mgle and Sprague chapters and o Coeur d'Alene fr grand receptions and meet- ins. RefreShments ware served in the  umqn to 65 pres- ent. CHURCH GROUP REVI EWS BUDGET AT MEETING Members of  mt  Circle of the United (Zhrch of Ohr .are Preparing for the on's Brthday smor- gab0vd to be served t City Halt Feb. 22. Coertaon s being giv- en ,to the fact that m, an, who come to erdoy to end-ethettsmarga bard will want basketball ne at ,he high school ,he ame even&g, so the doors will be open and begin at 5 o'dock. N umbem wi be iven as they ater o that each  be asstwed of being seal in vvder of m-riwl. Mrs. Baie Stewart, general has named the fol- committees: ticket, Mrs. Schadegg; purchasing, M. Joel ChatMam; service of coffee, Mrs. Robe Wool& ridge; rmmgemeat of smor- gtstmcd ,lable, Mrs. Riclard HgeRn ami Ms. Kenneth K,emm4y; decorations, Mrs. Robert Newton and Mrs. Veo Srm'l; salad, Mrs. Frm Ni- col; homemafle breads, Mrs. Ivan Kerr; desse, Mrs. Jos- eph Dm$hetr; I.tchen, Mrs. M. A. Mamoe and Mrs. John Parson; coffee, Mrs. Ray Krebsbaeh; lbtieity, Mrs. Clyde Stewart. Ms. Charles Dittmar will greet guests at the door. Hos- tesses will be ,Mrs. W. J. Or- lob, Mrs. F_aest Mln, and Mrs. Joel Cb_ham. Tickets may be purchased from member ,of ,he Womon s i Fetowl-dp, and wil also be on sae ;it the door. CAMP FIRE NEWS Oheney District meeting will be Wednesday a,t 1 p. m. at the borne of Mrs. M. A. lVlalmoe. Discuion is pbzmed for the anul Mint Sle, to begin Mm'h 7 in the Clmney area. Mm. Fran Akers of he Spo- kane office wl be present. Mrs. J. P. Oaldwela, vice pres- idoa of the eourmil, will be manager of .the sale. Old Clm Ya Horzon club gxmp  a Valentine party s a Fathexd)aughter e,en`t t the home of Dr. and Mrs. L. E.  Friday evening. Ganms and dancing ware en- and bingo IMaye dwith e ,as prizes. Dec- m-atieva ,and refents were in Valeute eotors and theme. Ok Kgda Camp Fire group mt 2Mekw ater school at the he,he ot Pam Woaldridge and welcomed a new member, Ka4fl Brach. They made cracked marble jewelry for the craft project. Refreshments corluded the meting. CLUB NEWS Ikeview Sewing cM, b held a potluck llmeheon ut the home of Mrs. Fred Shvo:f Wed- ned'ay, by a business meating with Mrs. ShoM in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stewart returned l--ently from Grand- view where 'they spent a month with her ,father, Will- iam 'rg`th, and a sister, Mrs. Homer Girl. ciety in the Church will be ob- served in Spokane in April and members plan to attend. The projects commi.ttee re- ported and he committee on the Rotmd Robin cooperative dinner was reported favor- able. Mrs. larl Brook was in charge of devoons, Mrs. Hodge, music and hymns. A program on, "Our Meth, edist Herige," was in charge of Mrs. J. S. Lane wth members assisting. A review of the ,his- tory since 1740 with the later highlights were read. Mrs. Moorman, historian of the Cheney Meth 'odist ch,uh, re- ported ,and it was ned thm the Methodist church group was the first religious group in Choney in 1880 with nine members. oesses for the meeting were Mrs. Flora Rufer, Mrs. K. W. Larrison and Mrs. Harry Hampton, who served the des- sert. Job's Daughters Plans Variety Job's Iughters met Tues- d:a in the c Temple I with queen Sue H, ,an presiding. I Plans were made for a dance March 14 in the City ttalt. I Initiathon plann,ed Feb. 25 i will ,have as candidates Sher. I rie Orlob, Fm-es Hale, Nan- cy Steiner, 'APme Goodwin, Rose Ann Gallffay nd Lin- da Ray. Members of the East- err, Star and Masons have :been invited a special guests, Queen Sue outlined the pro- jects of ,the `term--a Valentine party .and campy for he Males school of retarded Children in Choney :and favors for the Cbeney lursing home. Money- making drives  'be a bake sale, car wash and 'box social with funds to go `to the grand sessions in Seattle in April. A stumber party on Feb. 28 to lhonor the new members will be beld. Vicki Menderdall, former princess, was hortored with an addendium aI Ixresencl her se .nor princess  for the Bethel. Refre@'anen,ts featured a special cake for VicM. Mrs. NeLson Cor: , guardhn, and Carl Rudolf, associate guard- ion, and the guardian council of mothers were present. Cancer Society Holds Meeting Of Special Events merican Cancer society's Spokane un`t held a disict meeting  Friday at ,the Rid- path Hotel. Seventy-five rep- reseBtatives of Northeast Washgto ttended. Guest speakers were offitrs from Bellirglmm arm Chehn. They spoke on the crusade fr Apv'fl. The drive was set for April 17-21. Mrs. l.trick Clm'k pre, sided for the 'business meet- rag. Mrs. Rebec Becker, Mrs. Jure Bean and Pat Kenny showed three  strips on cancer. Luncheon was served in he Tevr. Room. Ooing from Cheney were Mrs. Irma Con, ley, crusade ch3Jrman; Mrs. A. "B. Cutting, Mr. md Mrs. Jlm Van Bru and Mrs. D. G. Jerue.   r ,' CHENEY ARTtST SETS SHOWING A public showing of water color pictures will be,,hekl at 9th and Elm sis. in the Koin- onia House on the EWSC cam- pus by Veo Fuller Small of Cheney. Small, a Cheney artist, showed the pictures hile dean of men a Anatolia col- lege in Greece. He began n`ting :as a hobby and has grown to note in the North- west. HIS pictures are in the realist ,field, ,since many of them are scenes of the North- west. Sunday a/ternon at 2:30 p. m. is the tbne. Mrs. Small will be hostess at tea. Oheney friends and interested per. sons are invited. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Feb. 17No school (curric- ulum day). Feb. 18---Pork and gravy over fluffy rice, green salad, carrot & celery sticks, rolled wheat muffins, pineapple- upside down cake. Feb. 19  Chburgers, gMzed errots, cbbage-ne, apIfle-marshmallzv salad, ice creaTn. Feb. 20---Fried chicken, creamed potatoes, cranberry sahd, corn bread, jelo jewels. .Feb. 21---pagetti with t mate cheese sauce, creamed peas, red and white salad, peanut ,butter sawdwich, cherry. pie. , Mr. and Mrs. E.lev Marsh entertained as visitors l.ast week a niece, Arlene Pickle, a college student, and Mrs. kh Grififth, Medical Lake, on Saturday. TILICUM CLUB ART FESTIVAL WELL ATTENDED The Art Festival Saturday at City Hall was we.ll atLe]tded. The annual festival is spon- sored by Tilicum club. Grades one to eight entered 175 pic- ,ures. The club awarded cash prizes and the Soil Conserva- tion office here chose a num- ber for their county displays. The Festival featured di.s- pays of avel collections, crfts nd hobby a.rtieles, with 12 tables shown. The 60-year tables featuring items o that time were in glass, china, .dresses a clock, boks and other items of note in celebra- tion ,of Tilicum's 60th year in Cheney. The Silver 'tea, under `the di- rection of fine ,arts, raised funds for a ,music scholarship for an EWSC student. The pro- gram, .directed by American Home with pi, an,o, trio singing EWSC student, and a tap dance by Linda Witenger. Mrs. Stanley Hendricks ws mis- tress of cerements. Past presidents poured at the tea table. All members furnished cooMes and set-ted as hostesses .hroughout the Festival. The event is a major com- murA`ty project for the anrm Sears Awards of the State Fed- eration of Wgmen',s clu'bs. CHURCH NEWS The Christhn church wil,1 observe the wevk of Compas- sion starting Sunday with the theme ,of. ' World Outreach.' : Mrs. James Blackabaw is chair- man. A potluck dinner will foUow the Sunday services in the church dining room for members ,and fnflies. On Feb. 10 church members of the area met at Spokane at the Jefferson Street Ohristian church to phn a, "World Out- reach." Going from Cheney wexe Rev. Donald Ross, Mrs. Ed Wloughby, Mrs. James Bcksbaw and Glen Dobbins. The spring fell'owshp din- ner at the Meilhodt church will be held the e,vetRag of Feb. 23 in the youth cen.ter. Members ,and friends are wel- come. Bring hot dishes ad sals. The hostess group will provkie the ermainder of the menu. The young adult felow- ship is the hostess group with Mrs. Pete Montage 'chairman. Pilgrim Fellowship of the On, ted Ghurch of  host o the y<mth groups of the MethodLt : , Lutheran, Ctholic, Episcopal and Cmnmunity churches of Cheney Sunday evening, Feb. 9. The program of the meeting iv,uded the showing of _the, film "Love Tby Neighbor. All presen partieipaed in the reglari devoonal service. A period of un, food and feBowshipl concluded the progrmn. The occasion was received in a spirit wkich intimated that the meeting together of youth groups of several chm'ches migh be repeated. Mm Circte ,of the Wom- en,'s Fetlowship of the Umted Church of Christ met Tuesday at ,the lome of Mrs. Ch,avles DR`tmar. Co-hostess was Miss Min, ie Wittenbc. The busi- nets meeting was conducted by .the president, Mm. Ernest Mcllan, after which a panel discussion on "The Ecumeni- cal Movement" was presented by Mrs. Darrell Jerue, Mrs. Clyde Stewart ,and Mrs. Di- mar. Ruth Circle of the Lutheran church ladies guild held an a1ternoon meeting at the home of Mrs. F. N. Lefebvre. Mrs. Claire Grube, chairman, presided with Mrs. Lee Graese presenting devotfons and the Bible study. The adui, t Bble class and the ambassador chss of the Nazarene clmrch will have a Vtentine party this Friday evening at 7:30 in the Fetlaw- ship hal,1. Each one  ked to bring a comic Valentine gift, wvappod for git exchange at the party. Mrs. Bertha Ed- wards and Mr. Ira Sbea are the teachers of these two class- es. Mrs. Violet  is in charge of e party. Games wl be layed and refresh- meats served. Men of ,the Nazarene church are remodeling the rmrse,ry and painting it this week. Mrs. Ira Shea is in Charge of the nursery, which cares for the younger children and babies during the churv.h services. PIZZA PARTY HELD The youth group of `the Ohe, ney Community Church enjoy- ed a pizza party Mst Saturday evening at the parsonage. FoJ.rteen were present a,nd a ,good time was had by all. Pastor and Mrs. Gene Ross[ were in ctarge, Mr. ;ad Mrs. Mark Ratclffe I entertained s weekend guests their nephew, Oharles Rat- cliffe ,from Kenrewick. TILICUM ART FESTIVAkVisitors are i0ok- mg over the display of arts and crafts af the Tilicum Club's annual Art Festival held in the City Hall last Saturday. Serving refreshments at the tea table in the background are Mrs. J. S. Lane and Mrs. D. G. Jerue. James Rasmussen, Marcia Keele Wed At Pendleton James Rasmussen, son of Mr. ,and Mrs. Carl Rasmussen, and Marcia Keele, danghter of Mr. and Mrs.  Keele, Pen- dleton, Ore., were married in a simple ceremony at the home of the bride's parents the eve- ning of Feb. 6. Elder Harry Hanna officiat- ed at the ceremon attended by the fa=milies of the young couple. Tom Gregg, brother- in-law of the groom and eeusin of the bride, attended .the groom. The bride's attendant was her siste, Miss Doris Keele. The yotmg couple will make their home in Pertdleon, where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rasmus- sen drove to the Oregon city for the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs, Tom Gregg came from Portland and Donna and George Rasmussen from Bat- fleground, v2here they attend school. TILICUM NEWS Fine Arts department will meet Monday  the home of Mrs. L. E. Zimmeman. The program will be on knitting by Mrs. Arthur Beaudreau. American Home department will meet Tuy evening at the home of 'MRS. R. E. May- thers wih MI. ILa.tph Sired- wick assist hostess. A blind ,auction for white elephants will be handled by ,Mrs. Pete Heidecker, with menbers bringing white eleplas. Inernatiorml Educatfon de- partment will a:ttend ,an EW- SC convocation next week. Ms. G. T. Frost will be the hostess. Day and time of meet- ing s in charge of the tele- phone eommttee. The board of direors met at the home of the vice presi- dert, Mrs. Stanley Pierce, Feb. 4 for routine busine. LODGE N EWS Rebetah lode witl meet on Wednesday in the IOOF hall. Birthdays ,of members in the first quarter .of the year will be observed. Coninued plans for the meeting of the District Association, m Cheney in April, were discussed. Mr. arm Mrs. Jolm Van Brunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold PendeK Stephen Wise and Mrs. Betty Scott went to Coeur d'Alene Sunday to attend the OES grand reception ,hed in the Masonic Temple. Wayne Miller, grand sentinel of the Grand Chapter OES of Idaho, was honored guest with 12 oher grand officers rom Ida- ho and a number from Spo- kane .attending. Royal Neighbor lge will meet on Monday at the Legion Hall. Mrs. W Lee, oracle, will preside ,and the charter will be draped for deceased members. Reports wi,l be made on:fmances and commit- .tees. Progress on the district 'convention phns will be an- .nunced and refreshments rved. NEW ARRIVAL Dr. and Mrs. J. Brentan Steavn,s of 419 Fifh street are parents of a daughter, VaRi'e Jeter Stearns, born Feb. 5. This is their ,first cld. Dr. Seams tea.chas Philosophy .at Eastern Wahi'gon Sate College. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. ,and Mrs. Ken Conley and Mr. and Mrs. Roydal Corn ley spen`t Sunday fterroon callrg on their nieces, Mrs. R. Heickes, ,in Spolane, Mrs. Jack PhiIleo, Four Lakes, and Mrs. Sid Larson. Mrs. Keith Herr and two d:a:u,ghters were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harr. Mrs. Pete Bilesbach .has re- turned to her hocne here fol- k)wimg a number of weeks at St. Lukes hosp,i`tM. Mrs. George Heath is recup- erating ,at her home 'here fol- lowirg surgery in St. Lukes .hospital, Spokane, last week. ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jensen, David and Lori of Spokane were Sunday dirrmr guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower. In the a4'mrrroon they visRed .his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Jensen, in Cheney. Mrs. Omer Pence, former Cleney resident, ho now makes her home t Riverview Terrace in Spokane, eatertain ed a group of Cheney friends M,onday for a hmcheon and party. Guests from here were Mrs. H. N. Stronach, Mrs. R. D. Newton, Mrs. Clyde Stew- art, Mrs. Oarl Ru;df, Mrs. MUSIC CLUB OFFICE Tom Sam, on was: president of ,the School Music Club in election. OVher officei's are banks, vice Lewis, secretary Thomson, social Mar}on Bair, Mrs. and Mrs. J. W. Mr. and Mrs. J. man and Mr. and Stewart were. from here who Alaska Safari at nesday .of la,st week. Mr. and Mrs. Mile the weekend i with their da.uffhter, ry King, ,and two day they atended vices where their Gordie King, and Court y Scou,ts. Ball was for his grandson. dinner followed at home, with Mr. Ball Jr. rd three in, g the party. Mr. ,and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. joined the Shriners, Feb. 7 at Galgary, then wen by for their ,ammal Mrs. W. A. week to sped her parents in Leroy Ditton,, who in the armed Carolina, spent the here with his Mrs. John Dittn. ited his wife and in The Dailes, Ore., leave. Ditton 1,et his station in and wt frown Pamama area for Mr..and Mrs. tertai'ned as dinner guests his family, Mr. and Betz, and datghter Mr..and Mrs. Carl and Mrs. StarAey I I spent Tuesday in called on the Radph family. Raymond Roos, an of the National mill, ,sustained a arm hast week ill Mrs, C. W. Brown from the in Spokane over and is home:  Mr and Mrs F ernCea zs Mr. atd Mrs. E.R. from Spokane Specials  in the , _o . Now l A new easy way to finance improvements to your home... The Seafirst Home Improvement Plan Seattle-First National Bank announces a new, liberal. ized home improvement plan. It lets you finance a whole raft of improvements that previously did not qualify for this type of financing. Draperies, carpets, built-in appliances, patios and patio fireplaces- these are just a few of the home improvements now made easier and speedier for you. If you'd like to make needed improvements to your home you're cordially invited to see your Sea. first Installment Loan Man. Seattle.First .ationa, Bank00 ]