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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, Fehruary 19, 1965 MR. AND MRS. KENNETH KIRST were united in marriage in a candlelight ceremony in a Hollywood Baptist church recently. The bride, formerly Sherry Millsap, is a grand niece of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peuck. MISSOURI GROUP HELD VALENTINE DINNER FEB. 13 The Missouri ,society hd a aente potluck dilmer Sat- urday eveng t 7 o&apos;clock at tim Iard Power ;rod IAght (3o. ttditeritm ha Spokane. About .200 members of floe group and their friends were present. lVla's. Walter Bergoff, presi- dent, lmd charge of 'the meet- ing and program folwh-ag the dimxer. Her son Richard was elected secretary with the re.s- igrmtion of Mrs. Peggy Crow- der. .Of special interst on Valea tines day was the announce- merit of the engagement of Mias Diane Bolie, coege stu- dent ,at EWSC to Bill Sperry, Jr., of Usk. They plan to be rnmed Mrch 27 in Calispell (mmurAt:y church at Cmick. :Faa Heglar, Diane Rolic, Jerry Bergioff md hs father Walter Bergloff as norod guests received gifts aad Val- entirm birthday cakes wth red cares *arid red hem'ts. The group 'sang "Happy Birthday" to them. Miss Rita (Foy) OeStman's daneirg class gave eval tap rd ballet dances ml various skits. Those in the group its- clyde: Kathy Hove, Linda k- sen, Judy ,and Peggy Bed,nrt Kathy ASbright, Anne Skecil- ch. TILICUM NEWS Afternoon Literary dlart- ment ,held a Iuncheo meeting on Thursday afterrmm Feb. 11 at e home of Mrs. Gertrude Rice. The program was sented by Miss Alice Moe of the EWSC facttlty on her tour Qf Europe last summer and at- ten, dance at the Interpretation Festival of poets mad readers in London. Fine Arts ,deparlanmat eater- rained the .hhands as dinner guests at the Red Barn on Mon- day evenLug. Miss  Moe of the college faculty Was the guest speuker and gave a book review for the program. Mrs. L.E. Zimmerman chairman made a rmmber of armotmce- mOn on coming events. International Education met on Thursday Mtenmon, Feb. 18, t the :tame of  Ftra I)aion. The program was commpnts on the .lfe of Win- stun Gh. Mrs.  Ball chairman presided. American Home grou me ai the ,home of Mrs. Fred Jolms on Tuesday evening, Feb. 16, with Mrs. Stan,hy Hendric assisting tmstess. The project on .hm-acraft was rnble crft with Mrs. Ralph Townsend of Spokane as the inst2uetor. Handicraft den% will meet on Tuesday eyeing, Feb. 23, at the home of M. F. N. Iebvre or the oantinuiag project on antique Ilaqes mad lt "thag. CHENEY HOT LUNCH 'b. 22, Wasb'_ingtan's bizet- day, vacaon. Feb. 23---Weiners in blanket, sauerkraut, orange section, cheese-apple craps. Feb. 24  Pizza, buttered corn, varrot nd celery sticks, eo. -o -- Kot rost beef arlich, green beana, tmset sall, cherry squares. Feb. 26- Spaetti with to- mato cheese sauce, spdnach cottage cheese, garlic bread chied peaches. Free Press wnt ads sell. Joan W. Harter And John Stanley Engagement Told Dr..and Mrs. Dana E. Hatter ,annotmee the en, g,gemmat of their daughter Joan Woodene to Jolm Stanley of Houston, Texas, son of Mr.  Mrs. Charles A. Stardey of Coypus ChriSti. Miss Hatter graduated mm the Chene,] high seheol in 1957 and was graduated  the Eastman Sclmol of Music, URi- versity of RoChester, New York with ,a Bachler of Music in Pevfwmarme ,and a BaOhelr of Music Ecucation in 1961. She received her Masex of Music in Performance from the Uni- versity of Houon, Texs in 1964. She studied ])aSt stmme in Bitm Hill, Maine with Iuis Persin,gr of Ju .lliards. She was a four year scholar- slp student  at  and a soloist with Bastman Rochester orchestra in 1960 urder How- avd I-Iuson, and in November 1964 was sotoist with the Hous- ton Symphony under Sir Jolm BarberoRi. In Spokane Seven Years Miss Hatter was a member of the Spokane Juaxior Sym- phony from 1950-1954 and the Spokane Pharmoaic om 1954-1957. She was ao a mem- her of the Rochester lhilhar- BETHEL SESSION Dtane Paultne Bol,c 1 ............. NEWS BRIEFS 5LAI-D 1UI=:>DAY I lAnd William Sperry [ Job's Daughters will hold a i Mrs. Sadie McCaH,havin,g re- .... ` d , Engagement Is Told /[Xggl:ae].eVgnUhetd: gel, yi:ndeleatmg.]Ot s%, Mrs. Edith Miller, formerly  temple. The February dance lame o'f her daughter, Mrs. N. of Cusick, has nnounced the is set for this Friday e:verfing W. Bough, Omak. engagement of her grand- in the city hall, to which Mr. and Mrs. George LaVal- daughter, Miss Diane Paulette members and friends will be ley of Moses Lake spent Satur- Rlic, and William E. Sperry, present. The guardian council day afternoon .at the home of Jr. They plan to be married will act as chaperones. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt. March 27 at Cusick in the Cal- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth GaP a birthday dirmer on Surday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jrry Bergloff in Spokane. Other guests were Mrs. W. R. Bergloff, Mrs. Jerry B ergloff and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bergtoff and Mrs. G. L. NickeRs. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Swegle and children en:tertained as Saturday evening guests her father H. D. Mitchell and ,a sis- ispeI1 Co,mmunitw church. The future bridegroom is the sor of Mrs. William E. Sperry of Usk, and the late Mr. Sperry. He was graduated from Cusick hiffh schood and attended Co- lumbia Basin Junior College and has just completed a four year service in Germany as a stff sergeant. He will be sta- tioned ,at the Ft. Berming, G,a., officer candidate school >n the completion of his serrviee on the coast. Miss Bolie was graduated from Cusick high school and attended Montana State Uni- [versty. She is now a junior i majoring in foreign languaffes at Eastern Washington State I College. Her stepfather and he,r mother are Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Earline, 2205 Girard  Pl, aee, Spokane. Miss Botic is a past Pend OreiIle County Rodeo queen. The conple will make their home in Ft. Bermng, Go. CHURCH NEWS EPISCOPAL The Episcopal mrch Wom- en met at he home of Mrs. Oscar Johnson qursdy eve- rAag and heard a report by Mrs. 3ames Johnson on lans for the folheomiIg m'ove Ttmsday pancake supper. The Rev. H. W. Hn,bbard an- notated the topic for the Len- ies Which will he held duirg Lent. New acolytes will beg their training on Friday, Feb. 19, .at 3:30. The monthly din- ner for Dpiscopal college stu- donts and friends will ',be held ,at the rectory on Thursday, Feb. 25. The ]p'tscopal Y o u n g Chuahmen attended the jtmior ,symphony and ball r Spo- kane last Wedrmsday. LLUda VChitmger, a member of EYC danced .in tle balIet nmnbers, GUEST SPEAKDR Rev. Jerry Thurston of Spo- kane was the guest speaker Ttmrghy everrg Feb. 18 at the Uheney Community church. Mrs.  Thurston accompanied j and they were ,guests of the pastor, Rev. Gene Ross and family. CHRISTIAN Members of the Christian Church ,hem the manual men's fellowship "sweetheart ;dLmaer" on Monchy, Feb. 15, in Spo- kane Valley Methodist church With 220 present. Prof. A1 Gun- nerson dramatics teacher at Whitworth was the guest speak- er. G.oig from Oheney were mome of Rochester, New York Rev. artd Mrs. Don Ross, from 1959-1961 .and lms been Messrs. arid Mmes. John Dit- a :member of the Houston Sym- ton, Lee Allen, Henry Rudolf, phony ,sine 1961. She is a]/sD fl Ca Hxq, len D,@bbls and vioIin instructor .for the I-Iu his parents the Olm'ence D,ob- rton public schbol. :" him, Miss Peggy Smith and I-h is a member of Mu Phi Epsflon Sorority, Tues. day Music Chab ,of Hous*ou, and an Holmary member of Pasa- derm, Texas Federated usi C Iu. She is a vilist of ,the Pasadena Chamber Music So- ciety Pano Trio, In Oil Industry Mr. Stagey was gdmted Steve Dobbins. EPISCOPAL The Epise0al church wom- en will  a Shrove Tues- day parcake su in, the city hall on 1arch 2 from 5 to 8 p. m. to which the 1'b11,e is in- vited. Tickets may be purVhas- ed .at the door. Relief Corps Plans Benefit Card Party The General George Wright Woman's Relief Corps No. 8 will spon'sor a benefit card par- ty Friday, Feb. 19, beginning at 12:30 in the Community room, Carnation Co., W. 411 Catal, do, Spokane. Mrs. John C. Smith, Spokane, is general chairman, with Mrs. W. L. McIntyre, Mrs. Elmer ]%arsh, Mrs. laiph Emtmas, [brother Harry Rothrock, who Mrs. Roy Lottle, Mrs. R. E. Erd-, passed away in New York cty man, Mrs. G J Heglar and last week. His mother Mrs. Bes: Miss Mildred Joiner ,assisting. sic Ro*hrocK arm a number oI Proceeds will go toward a bromers also survive m po- , ..... : .':,,n + ,^ ,,a, kane and Seattle His wife Char- ed a high school senior for oe survives at me ew OrK service rendered to school and home where the funeral s er- 2 ..... .. trices were nelo ano cremauon cummmy, followed STAR TO MEET Mavtha chapter DES will hold a regular meeting o,n Monday, Feb. 22, i,n the Ma- sonic temple. Mr. and Mrs. I-hrold Pendell paon ad mat- run Will preside and the prep- orations for the aamul card party of Saturday, Feb. 27, be made. Officers night will be observed with a program and enertain,ment. i MRS. SHEPARD -IAS SURGERY Mrs. Wilfred Beard ,is subi- tuug ,as secretary at the Betz Eementary school during the absence of Mrs. Charles Shep- ard, Who recenfly tmderwent ajor surger and is recuper- ating at her ome. DINNER GUESTS Mr. and Ms. G. T. Frost and h.n were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Ormig S. Kirishian .and een, Nan- cy and Richard in Spoka,ne. Mrs. Kirihian',s father, Mat Remsirg, of Spokane was also [a drmer guest. I- lohip dinner was we a- telded on Sal/l1y a_ernOl. A potluck menu was served by the women's sciety, with dec- .oratioaas of hearts mad fowers ,or Vdentines day. Mrs. Orvel Allen  an outsPend- Lug rogr* gliympes of Europe, with lides of schoo/ls, noted buldLugs She visid in a summer tour of 12 countries lt summer. BAPTIST Pastor W. H. Burvo of Northtown corduted Sunday morning servie at the Cheney taptist church. The regular paster, Amiek Champe, 'is in California with  wife, Joyce, Stevie and J<mny and his moth- er Mrs. Ethel Champe. The regular Thursday eve- nir;g prayer meeting  be hem 'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rayborn Joyamr t 7 o'clock. Pastor W. H. Burrow will conduct the meetings dr- ing he ,absence of Pastor Clmmpe. The next meeting will be ,held at the ,home of Mra. Edith Mer t the Geschke Apes. Mrs. Bern:ece Bergloff hma- ored the nursery and hegin- neas with a Valentine party toway celebrated their 14th wedding anniversary with a l dnner party at the Red Barn when Mr. and Mrs. Coy Smith and daughters entertained for them. Mrs. Lynn Rateliffe returned tast week from Arizona, where she spent several weeks as a guest of her daughter and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wood and two sons. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Jensen attended the memorial services tn Spokane Sun@ay for her Walter R. Bergloff .and son Jerry were guests of honor at FRANK BUNKERS BACK HOME AGAIN Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Bunker returned home Tuesday ater spending six weeks at Waiki Beach, Hawaii. Frank said the temperature was round 76 dur'mg most .of their sy. SISTER VISITS Mrs. Hem'T Gerlock of Lind n,s a Thursday uncheon guest of ,her sister, Mrs G. T. Frost. from the University of Cortms Christi with a B. S, ",m Pe-dl. tam Engineerkug and as dam grdu,te work at the Univer- sity of /-Iouston  damtrial Egieerig. He .is a member of Phi Theta  Kappa (sdmlastic fraternity) and Apha Pi Mu (Indstaal  iter. rity), ,and  empyed as an engIer with the Reed B Company in Iouston, Tex- Miss arter is the grand- dau,gler of Mrs. Jom C: Wood, W. 1737 15th, Spokane, WaShington. The wedding is being hn- ned for June 14th "m HouSton. - Su,nday, after Sur, day School. MErffrIODIST Cake and lemonade were serv- ,The WSCS of tlm Metlmdist ed to the Church  a joint meeting With tlm evening circle, SU- COMMUNITY sama Welsey cv.Ie, on Tues, The Cheney Cmmm.:y day evening, Feb. 17, at the church installed a beaut mn home of hxs. DV Pa., ghted ero on .top o ne The c0bined membership I church, which ca   took pmt and Mrs. Ted Free-[a long ds. ,r man ,gae 'a review of the lbe hed at a later aae.  wmen f the Bible for the lsign mad urch_ .m, gn .is in. program period. [planned for a later aae nls The Methodist. ehaLrch fel-I spring. Annual Cheney NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEET- ING AND ELECTION Water Conserwation District Southwest Spokane Soil and Water Conservation District The annual meeting and ,elec- tion of the Soutwest Spokane Soil anti Water Conservation District will be held he,tween, the :hours of 9:00 a. m. and 12:00 p. m., on F/hday, Feb: 26, 1965, at Cheaey City Hall, 602 2nd Street, Cheney, Washing- ton. The pubtic is urged and in- vited to ,attend. All landowners rd tenrants within the District are eligible to vote. The pur- ,pse of the elecon is to eeet one supervisor of the District for a three-year term. The an, nu,al meeting will include a frill report of District activities, in- cluding a report, By order of the Washington State Soil .and Water Corserva- tion : Committee. Date: Febru, ary 9, 1965. By: Richard A Bean, Administrative Officer (Feb. 19-26) NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT Kaniku Mining Company, Inc. Priest River, Idaho Notice is hereby given that at a meet- ing of the Board of Directors of the Kaniksu Mining Company held on Oc- tober 10, 1963, an assessmevt of one cent per share wab levied upon the outstanding capital stock of the cor- poration, payable on Or before the 22rid day of March, 1965, to Orville Spring, President of the corporation, at his of- rice at West 1115 Broadway, Spokane, Washington. Any shares upon which this assess- ment remains unpaid on the 22nd day of March. 1965, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will sold on the B0th day of April, 1965, pay the delinquent aesesamet, to- with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. Use of all sums received frcm assess- ment is for the development of minitng claims of Kaniksu Mining Company, nc. (Feb. 19-March 12) ter and family of Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd askentine and two daughters, and Mrs. Olive Swegle. All went to the high sch.ool basketball game. Mrs. EtSa Presaaell spent the weekend in Moses Lake as a guest of a niece Mrs. Roberta Boylan and family. A family farewell dinner was served on Royal Neighbors Met Last Monday The Royal Neiglbor lodge eld the re,gula meeting on Mondtay, Feb. 15, ,in the legion all. Oracle Betty Hale install- ed the remainder of the offic- ers. A report on plans for the ,district eorwention to be ,held ha Ritzville March 29 was axad. Che Lodge will ,lt ,on the memorial service and ,furnish two district o@fieers for the day. Mrs. ,}le mittees for the year, Mrs. OIive Swegie reported on the al emergency ad cheer cards sent during the year. Re- ports were made of finances by Ju, arita Nelson, recorder, and all bills were orded paid. Refreshments served ,ater- wards by Mrs. 'Hale and Mrs. Mary Griffin were in the Val- entine theme. MAde age: vChe the mar- row waist and the broafl mind change paces. Surhay. The 'Boylarm, been at Lsn Air moving to Kl'amath Miss Lillian and riet Hall had the their uncle Wm. Monk nesday luncheon t.hedr home here Monk's funeral Mr. ad Mrs. ing from Nez Peree, spent the weekend her sister Mrs. Marion Mr. and Mrs. Elmer entertained as Sunday guests his brother and Mr. ,and Mrs. Gordon Sunnyside. Mr. and Mrs. called on her brother fly, the Victor Mauers kane valley Tuesday. Annual Meetin SW Spokane Soil & Water C District 9:30a. m.-3: p. m. Friday, Feb. 26 Cheney City Hall FREE PANCAKE AND HAM Co-sponsored by Cheney Grain Public Invited Smith Jewelers 4O8 FIRST ST. EVERY STYLE REDUCED 25% Style 45 Portrait Stand (shown} with 8x10 or 5x7 frame Reg. $18.95 N0W  14 21 Unmounted shoes, br0nze...3. e0. Ashtrays, from ........... ILYl Bookends, from .......... 11.21 Plus many others Have baby's first shoes beautifully bronzed with every ad0rable scuff immor- talized in solid metal "Sold only in retail stores [N' 'OETFi' 'ut and Mail Coupon a Just tend for fme handy baby shoe I milk lug, Wnto or phone us n 1011, (Stm Nmt, ddmm m I-- m ,u mum m= n m ul ,,--- u-- ,----, m a | II EWSC Chamber Series Presents another Free Bonus to All Season Ticket Holders Musical Arts Individual Performance Admission: Adults, $2.50 Children, $1 Support those who protect you. f12-19 Hall of Sciences Auditorium EWSC Campus Wednesday, Feb. 24, 8:15 p. m. Tickets $1.00 per person Music by Amber Orchestra This highly praised group organized in 1957 by err Hargreaves has gained an outstanding among fine chamber music organizations. Sat., Feb. 20 Cheney City Hall Firemen's Ball Woodwind Q