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Page 4 Cheney Fxee Press Friday, February 21, 1964 Afternoon Tea Well Attended At Koinonia House The Sunday afternoon tea at the Koinonia house on the EWSC campus, with My. and Mrs. Veo F. Small as hosts, was well attended. Mr. Small held a one-man show of his water cater pictures, painted of the Northwest and Canada and wle in Greece some years ago. Rev. George Allen, director of he Campus Christian Foun- dation, with headquarrs in I{oiwonia house, assisted in receivirtg. Lyn Hossom, grandn of ,the Smalls, phyed ba&grotmd muc. Barbara Hossom and ,Marian Whifield handbd the ,guest rMtster. Serving were Miss ,red French, Ms. Clmvles Dittmar, Mrs. Jean Gardner, Mrs. Wiili'am Muhs, Mrs. E. L. Dales, Mrs. George Allen, Mrs. Ken Hossom 'and .Mrs. Wiam Oflob. Tilicum Museum Attracts Visitors The hstorical museum he- longing to  ,has been bu with visitors la week and on Wednesday of this week. The high school history class came On Wednesday to review he old Ceney cour house records  ims of interest. A Camp Fire group came for a field rip as well as visitors from MedicI Lake and Spokane Valley. Twenty giR items bhave been received this winter aud ave on display, anmrtg them a wedding dress used in 1890. Youth grottp from Four Lakes were visitors Wednes- day with their leaders. Wind- Mr school LtTh graders will come in Mh. The etub com- mittee of Mrs. A. B. Cutting, Mrs. Elmer Lm'ten, IW. John Van Brun, M. J. S. Lane and Mrs. Mile Ball were on hand as guides. CAMP FIRE NEWS Tami WaYa Camp Fire group presented a talenet show Thtrsday evenfi at Btz sChool for ,a atendnee of aver 50 paxents and fre Mi Grace Giteau, EWSC stu- den from Aia, was a gest speaker. AssL,ing were: eighth gm Oamp Fire ,s ",m a pantomime d the Beatth. The  wgiven bynae assembr. Utb Scouts Dick amer, Dick Swegle md Mike Krebsbach, under the direction Of Fred Sx*iner, were assist, ants. Horizon dub nmmbers I)ane Lauff, Diane Atkinson, Oolleen D0.gherty were asss- tarzts to .the leader. Rdresh- menCs were served ftrwals wth Mrs. Steiaer and Mrs. E. Engel in dmrge. The Ok KaVa Camp Fire group 'met at  home of Mxs. R. E. Wooh'idge Tuesday after- noon. Discu`ssion of the mean- ing of the United States' flag was held. The gir learned to told the flg, They worked on their head.ntis  discussed summer mmtxhg at Sweyo- hkea. RefreShments were served. Lst week ws the deadline for the Cmp Fire girls or- ganization registration in order to participate in the an- ntml rnint sale March 7 in the Inhrtd Empire district. The sale hetps the fina, ncal sup- port af the council and the camping season. A service project is the stuffing of netopes for the anmal Easter Seal sale at the Slkane .address of 207 S. Cedar, where all may help. RETURN FROM HAWAII Mr. and Mrs. FraTtk Bunker retrred ,last Thursday from a sqx-week vacation in Hen+ lutu, Hai. liss Florence F2r aloe returned that same day from a nLr, e-week visR with :her sisters and fmilies in Iwaii. CARLYLES HAVE SON Mr. and Mrs. Dean Oaflyle, L, me paeas of a bay, James Dean, .born ,Feb. 15. The lby weighed eight potm 12 olmees. The Clyles have a ckghter, Jmet, o years old. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fevgusan are the nts. Ms. ttobet Jensert and two chEdren of SpokRne spe the weekend here as guests of her emts, Mr. aml Mrs. C. E. or, vh1e Mr. Jenoen is on the Coast. LODGE NEWS Job's Daughters Bethel will meet Tuesday evening in the Masonic Temple to initiate six candidates. Queen Sue Ham will be in charge, assisted by the princesses and officers. The business meeting will in- clude reports on money mak- ing projects for fu:nls to go to grand sessions June 11, 12, 13 in Seattle. Special gues will be members of Eastern Star and Masonic Lodges. Practcie is being held tomorrow in the Temple with deputy Elsie Tubbs present for instruction. Martha Chapter OES will meet Monday in the Masonic Temple to observe "Friendship Night," wich guests coming from other chapters. A special program will be eld nd re- freshments served. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freeman, pan and matron, will preside. a I Martha Chapter OES held public card ty last Saeur- day in the Masonic Temple with 75 presvn. Both pinochle and bridge were in play, wit "round the table" prizes for all winners. A door ,prize of a television set was wan by Ms Fbrence Fryer. The heart guessing eoneest was won by a Slokae visitor. Members and friend.s came from Spo- kane, Spangle, Reardan and Cheney. A Valentine theme was used in he dessert and appointments. Boyal Neighbor lodge met on Monday in the Legion Hall with .oracle Della Lee presid- ing. Five members rom the Spengle IAberty Camp were guests. The charor was draped in memory of Lob Cree Po- linske a member of Sprague and Oheney lodge. ReForts were made on the district con- venon plan, set for March 31 in the CAy Hall. Financial i reports and the stmshine card reports were made. Refresh- ments ,and a sochl hour for lwed. March 8 has ben set for the annua:I pancake feed sponsored bMartha chapter OES at the sonic dining room of Clae- ,ney. It is open to the public and paes mayhe arranged. Cortacts are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freeman. :HENEY HOT LUNCH Feb. 24 --= Vegetbt p, toasted dheese mrwieli carrot .pennies, pickled beets, ba cream cake. Feb. 25- Orierttal rice, greort beans, cole slaw, hard boiled egg, otive kabob, apgl- sauce bread. Feb. 26  Pizza, carrot and raisin shd, fruit etp and cookie. Feb. 27 -- Mea  with catsup, mashed potatoes, creamed corn, corabread with honey butter, plums. Feb. 28  Tuna noodle cas- serole, creamed peas, wal- dorf salad, peanut cup, dttch apple cake. TILICUM NEWS American Home deptment met Tuesday evening at the h>me of Mrs. R. E.. Mayhers for a white elephan sale. Mrs. Stan Hendricks, ch,airman, pre- sided for the business meet- ing. Afternoon Literary depart- ment will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Rice for a book review. Handicraft department will meet at the home of Mrs. Vir- gil B0nk Tuesday evening for a project on mosaics. International Education de- i partment will hd a post- I poned meeting Thursday morning at the home of Mrs. G. T. Frost, staing with a coffee hour at 9:30 a. m. Members will adjourn to EWSC at 10:30 for  pro- gram by Watt and Lovell, British theatrical personali- ties. Fine Arts department met t the 'home of Mrs. L. E. Zim- merma Monday evening, with Mrs. Mike Miller presiding and Mrs. Arthur Beaudreau pro- ng the program. CARD OF THANKS We wish to .flmnk e fine people of our area for the good turnvut at our annual dance. Atso for the donti.s received toward our vohnteer department equipment. Cheney Fe Dept. f21 Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. CHENEY CLUB NEWS DWYC club of Rebekah Lodge will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Tom Matney for an afternoon dessert. The business meeting will be fol- lowed by a short program. 'he Grandmothers Club will n:eet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Sh0af for a dessert rd social after- noon. Mrs. Louis Falk will con- duct the business meeting as the president. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. :and Mrs. William Lee entertained a,s Monday lunCh- eon guests his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, from Watta Walla, who had been at Fairchild Air Base for the wedding of a grandson, Gary Gregory. Mrs. George Fessom return- ed Saturday from Seattle, where ,she had spent two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Bowen, who was seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ashburn are spending Febru- ary on vacation in Ok.h,oana, 'visiting his parents and sis- ters, and the soLthern states. They will return here March 1. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mville returned home over the week- end from Lament, where they spent a few days with their grandchildren, whose parent, Mr. and Mrs. La,y Adamson, were o a vacation trip to the Coast and in a number of the western states. Mrs. Sill Griffin is spending this week in Gra,ts Pass, Ore., while visiting .her ,son, Ytmmie Purser, who is employed in the plywgi induries there.. Mr. ad Mrs. Jim Grier en- tertained as Sunday dinner guests their cdren and grandchildren from Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Betz and childrem ,and Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Grier and children. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Aexan, der ertertned with a Friday night dease party at their home for .Mrs. Olive Swegle, Mr. aid Mrs. CLark Merriman, Mrs. Ju]h Bfler and Richard Butler. A pr on their new .stereo provided entertain- merit. Mrs. Don Debrott S4aerrie Benmrd) and dmaghrs Gret- ohen and Hdde .arrived last week rom Pale A, Calif., to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Derum'd. They will rejoin Mr. ;Debrott Feb. 23 at their mmdre'. A co6. :ee hour carnpmeMi: Mrs. D ebrott' Friday moAng with Mrs. W. J. Orlb, ga. E. L. Dales avxl Mrs. Richard Rues as lmstesses. ' Jerueis Mrs... the week in Seattle at a church corderer, ce and visit- [hag her  Dr. l_arry Jerue land family. Mrs. L. L. Olmstead, Phm- mer, Idaho, is spendg a week iere with ,her daughter, Mrs. A, rthur Beaudreau. Mrs. Sam Hatch, a teaoher at Blair school, broke hex ankle when she fell on some ice at her home Monday morning. She was lading ma- terials irate her car  give a demonstrativn t West Valley school for cun'ieuhm . day. (00irr0r STOMACH ISN'T IT'S YOU I. I have a nervous stom- ach. g/hat causes this'? A. Your stomach isn't nerv- ous but you may be. "Nerv- ousness" shows up in many ways. Some tension-wrought people have headaches, some have hives, some sweat, and some may think they have "heart trouble." The list could go on and on. Such symIStoms, of course, should not be dis. missed without investigation. l%n though your stomach is organically sound, there may be exaggeration or suppression of function giving rise to toms. Treatment may b Iy confined to conversa- on with your doctor, mild medication, and diet. -; LEUKEMIA . Is it sa/a to say Ihal lea. em/ b "'cancer o] he blood"  & It would be better to say that leuken is cancer of the blood-forming organs. Even rials is not tehnleally ont unless the term "canceP" h as a description of body cell behavior. As with other forms of cancer, the basic I trouble in leukemia lies with- in the body 11s. The real '*mlraeh" of to. day'S med[dne is that sO much cure costs so little. BE 5-6348 W. H. Westerman Mrs. Irvin Hosts Beta Sigma Phi; Husband Night Held Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. Darrell Irwin Feb. 18. Report, s were given on the "ttus,band's Night" which was held on Feb. 8 at the Tyler Grange Hall. A re- fund from the regional con- vention of Beta Sigma Phi was noted and accepted. , Report of the sch0larship committee as presented by Mrs. Richard Mier and Mrs. Jim Dyke. Beta awards a $150 scholarship each yeast to a woman stud ert at Ea,stern Washington State College on the basis of need and schol, ar- ship. Mrs. Don Helm introduced Mrs. Ray Whifield, who pre- sented highlights of her rec- ent tour in Europe. Refreshmen, ts were served by ,Mrs. Merrtt JolnWan and Mrs. RiChard Miller at the con- clusion of the meeting. The next meeting wttl be held at the home of Mrs. fray Giles on 1arch 3. Mrs. Ratcliffe Hosts PEO Group Chapter A J, P. E. O., met at the lome of Mrs. Miriam Rat- cliffe on Wedny. Mrs. Irene Mohs and Mrs. Mary Newton were assisting hos- tesses. }n the a,bsece of the presi- dent, Mrs. B'mn,a Dummeier presided at the business meet- ing. A program entitled "Nuts Among the Berries" was given by Mrs. Lucile Pierson,. Holiday Planned Oheney past office officials have announced he past office service lobby will .be dosed all day Saturday, Feb. 22, to com- memorate Wahigton's birth- day. It was also an,ounced that neither rural nor city de- livery will be made on Satur- day. The box lobby of the post office will be open from 6:30 a. m. to 6:30 p. m., .however. Mrs. Hatch was taken to St. Luke's hospital and plans to be home tlis weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Huse, former Oheney residents, were luncheon guests of Mrs. Clar- ence Miller at her home in, Los Angeles on, Thursday. The Ivan Calverta'of Amber were ,house gues:=of Mrs. 1Viler, and her and san4n, law, Mr. a/ Mrs. Leo M. Donekon: :: CHENEY VOCALISTS--James W. He:ydt, Wesley Orlob and Duane C. Frunz, shown left to right, will' sing with the Eastern Washing- ton State College Reserve Officers Training y Pair Home A C:heney woman and her 3-year-old san were expected to arrive home last night ater beirg dehyed by a bus acci- dent Wednesday near Deer Lodge, Mont. Mrs. Meredith Scott and Michael, wife :and son of Tom Scott, shop foreman at Brown & Hotter .Motor Co., were pas- sengers in a Northern Padfic bus which skidded off U. S. Highway 10 near Deer Lodge. Scott cntacted the Deer Lodge hospital Wedresday night and learned his we and s,o suffered several caxts and bruis'es, but they were expect- ed lome last night. They were en route home from a visit in Salt Lake City. 3 Cheneyitei$ Win Prizes At Ball Three Cheney persons were winners ,of gft certificates fur- nished by firemen ,at their an- ntal ball last Saturday eve- m'inners were Pete Snith, rt first; Ohrs Betz, second, and I-hrry Peuck, third. Prcee from:the dance are used ta: prehase .. et hing, equit ad iwsarance ,for' volunteer firemen Who eon- trbute their time. Corps "Varsity Cadets" next San Francisco Bay area. They are of Cheney High School. CHS ,Graduates Will 'T, Bay Area In Vocal Three Cheney High School graduates ,and students at East- ern Washington State C)lle,ge are members of the college's Reserve Officers Training Corps "Varsity Cadets" sing- ing group which will fly to the San Francisco Bay area next weekend to present 10 per- formanees. They ,are Dtrane G. Frunz, James W. Heiydt and Wesley J. Ortob. The "Varsity adets" wi]l appear a.t a San Francisco high school, the Presidio >f San COLLEGE BAND PLANS TOUR OF BAY AREA Francisco 'and eral Haspitat. ti,on Services will formarce for Army units orld, and the pear on television San Francisco arid ( Heiydt and freshmen at EWSC, sophomore. Kend, atl L. Relhn, i Cheney High Schol is accompanist and the trip wdth the is a freshman EWSC : z British Ten 9erformanees " in the .__ -* ._ Sart Francisco Bay area arel'qtIJllilll]l  scheduled for the Eastern [ .... -- . Washkgton State College Re'[ Delayed a monll serve Office,rs Training Corps t tional apeparawces, "Varsity Cadets," a snging marie Tribute to group of 25 students, later this week: ........ With director R. Cedric Col- ness, EWSC instructor in mu- sic and Gapt. Maynard L Nel- son, assistant professor of mil- itary science ad project offic- er, the group will teae Thurs- i day 'afternoon by plane #am Fairohiid Air Force Base. a p'0dueti0n , by, acting em of and Roderiek presented at, ton State Cellege The 10:3fin: &. be in Shr#alter the EWSC public invited. without charge. Save for a sunny day. Some folks believe in saving only for emergencies. Rainy day money. And that's fine, wo approve. But all jack and no play can be pretty dull, right? ActuaRy, your friendly Seattle- First National Bank likes to see its depositors go on vacation once in a while. A happy, rested depositor is a good depositor, we say. [] So here's what you do.-First collect as many empty coffee cans as there are paydays between now,and your next vacation. Then every payday put a little money in one of the cans and bury it out in the back yard. [] What's that? You'd rather open a SEAFIRST Automatic Savings Account and have us transfer money from your checking to your savings automatically every payday? Oh, very well, you talked us into it. Cheney Branch/Seattle-F, rst Nat,onal Bank ...... _. W. Edward Betz, Mgr., 48-4 First Avenue