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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, Pebru,ary 26, 1965 Literary Section Will Host Tilicum Membership Session Afternoon Literary "_U be the hostess group for the gen- eral membersflxip meeting on TlmTsday evening, Mm&apos;eh 11, in the Methodist church base- ment ng room. "Mrs. Mae V.an Seoyoc i,s the chairnn ad Mrs. H. N. Stroaaeh and Mrs. Veo Small are in cbaa'ge ,of ,the program. The n)minatln committee will bri.rg in the N.,ate of officers, who will be voted upon. Del gates or the N. E. district con- vention April 10 in Garfield will be elected; also delegates or the state convention in, Spokane Mar 11-12 at Ridpath' vi.'ll be elected ,at %his time. Fine Arts will meet on Mon- day evenirtg,  .MarCh 1, a,t the lome of Ms. Ctaude Nic with Ms. John Mushy assist- ing. The program will be on colonial architecture. International Education wil meet March 18 ,at che ,home of Mrs. J. P. Gruber. Handicraft will meet on Tuesday, March 9, at the home of Mrs. L. Gergen to make sm!oeked hats. Janet Lehn Chosen CHURCH NEWS ADVENTIST Members of the Chancy Sev- enth-ay Adventist church, meeting reguLlarly in the Betz sc,hool music room 9:30 to 12 each Saturdad,, will join the Spokane central ch'ch this Saturday for worship ,and a special misSd'enavy ,service 'in the afterrmon from 2 to 4 p. m. The director s Leon Corn- forth, .home missionary secre- tary for the Upper Columbia corderence. Mrs. Kenneth Pry- or, ,appointed by the tal Church last Saturday, wi.I1 sit as delegate. Mrs. Warren Gordon attend- ed ,an ald,-day public relations workshop at Spokane IAnwood Seventh-day Adveist church on Wednesday. Public Rein- tigris director for WaIla Walla College, Mrs. Wiam Lay, was guest speaker. CHRISTIAN The pastor's class for the junior membership will 'hold six weeks study class each Tuesday ,after .sch<ol at the ChriStian church youth roup. Rev. Don, aid Ross in charge. The Christian church bard of directors will hold the mon- thly meetintg on Tuesday eve- ning, March 2, ,at 7:30 p. m. a the church. The men's feb Sorority President lowshp witI meet on We<ines- Miss Janet Lehn, dug.hter day evening, March 3, at the home of Lee Allen. of Mrs. Ruth E. Lchn o{ Es- The Women's Fellovship paaola, was recently eted wiU meet on Thursday after- presidert of Alpha Gamma noon, March 4, at the 'home of Caapter of Alpha Omicron s. Lee AHen. Business and Washington State University. the Bible study wig be i.n .Ms Lchn, .a senior in Eng- charge of the president and 1,h education, ,has ao been a 'member of Little Stes of ML, mra, ,chosen by the men METHODIST of Sigma Alpha Spsitn fro- The Melh)dist church Worn- reality, ,since the fall of 1963. er's Fellowship met Tuesday Site will ,serve as presidet of fternoon in the church dirvg the soeorty tmtil tbe end of room. The study on "The Dis- tim vuent semester. Miss ciplined Life" was la,ndled by Lelm wl be wed to Stephen MiSs Lian Itall. Desse was B. (mtors on June 12. served by Mrs. M. C-rein, Mrs. ,Mss Lelm is a charter mere- C. Betz and Mrs. G. R. Max- bar of tlm view sorority that well. was formed on the WSU cam- Th society voted unanimous- pus, ,Mm'ch 8, 1963. he iS ly to rarne the day circle of anmng the first slate of oic the WSCS the .Evelyn Full cir- eas to be elected sine the de, in memory of  Full gwup moved into their newly who ws an untiring worker constrtmted  'N)ue figs fall. for the progress of the WSCS. Predicts to the c It was ,also voted to have the of Jhe .hl tlm gil1 lived in ext meeting on arch 9 at drs on Campus. 10:30 a. m. fRovod by a mon luncheon, afterwards going to Altar Group Plans the Spokane travelog on Alas- la. For Rummage Sale Presidert rs. JIm Murphy, ST. PAUL'S EISCOPAL ,ha anrmuaeed that the next St. lal's Episcepe[ church meeting of the Altar societ has set Tuesday, March 2, for will be ,hem Mareh 2 from 7 the 'public pancake supper in p. m. to 10 p. m. in the aM the ,city hail, serving from 5 Yankee Dairy buiMig on M. to 8 p. m. This is a project of St. This wRlbe :a work sessa.on the women's guikl, the peG- in Weperation for the .rmg. ceeds to be used for the l,ecal rmmnage sate. M. IM Spli - church work. Tickets are be- . ing said by members or may be a, sale chairman, as request- ,obtained ,at the dor. ed that meabem come to th nmetiag with more rummage atd mal equivment. The sae wA1 be .held March 31 through April 3 at the legion haT1. Attended Retreat . Twety-seven Cheney high sclmO1 studea participated in the Comeratamity of Christian Doctrine retreat Sunday and Mnday, Feb. 21 , 22, held at Our Lady of Fatima clmrch in Spoilage. St. Rose students jzed high s0hool pupils from South Bide 10ffishes in Spo- kane. Students attending fom Chancy wore Bob Crab, Mike Mwrran, Susan Murphy, Jeff Smith, Aun Fletcher, Darlene I)einger, Beth Sxnith, Rose- nry Morelmuse, Terry Tan- nh, Kirk Mesman, Bffi Purvis, Patti Deinther, Sylvia Manzo, Pat I-Itghea, B 1WeMiltan Rol. lee JohnSon, Ken McNa, ll, Jmes Oergen, Michelle Purvis, Linda osmn, Kathy DeiCe- get, Mike ,Pttrvis, Don, tin Me- Milton, Jim LaVine, Wa.mm Foland, Sardi" tohn, Bruce Bokn nd guests. LEGION AUXILIARY Camp Fire Leaders Plan for Mint Sale "fine Camp Fire leaders ass'n met Wednesday morning, Feb. 17, ,at the home of Mrs. W. J. i Ollob. Pans or the an.nual mint ,sale were made and Mrs. F. J. SNa,degg was ,ppointed chairman. Each Camp Fire and Blue Bird ,group w'A1 sell the mints, starting ,at 9 a. m. It will con- tinge for two weeks ,ad a num- ber of awards ad camvaips wil be the prizes. A aage of he funds emains i,n Che- nay. Tim ntional birthday anni- versary is in March, when the giris witl all attend churches of their .choice. Other activities will be featured dm'ing the week of M 17. The Gan-Ka-Wa-Ki Camp Fire group with ,Mrs. Orlob a.s lea,tier held a slating party on onday, Feb. 22, at the Patter- ,son railer rink in Spokmte. They wR1 'have a breakfast par- ty .at the Orlobs on M'ch 6 begin the mint sale. The Legion Auxiliary met last week ,at the ,home of :Mrs METHODIST YOUTH Borm  and Mrs. Gace Ok- CAR WASH MARCH 13 erstrom, in,stead ,of .the Legion The jtmior high yonth group ball,  ,of weather con- .o the Methodist church met dition. M. Enest Harr lore- SimOny, Feb. 21, at 4:30 p. m. sided nd Mrs. J. P. Miller in the church youth ce,ater. served l:he dessert, laD_ms were made for a car The business inuded child wash on Sattmday, March 13 weare ,ad dnie re. It at a downown service station was rmdcl the armual Polpy and {or ,a bake ,sale later. The sale flowers had been arraged net meegng will be on Sun- for d bought. Reports and day, March 7, at 2:30 p. m. to ocil hour .followed. go ,bovding. FOR ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE CONTACT BOOTS' INSURANCE AGENCY AGENTS FOR HARTFORD ROCKY MOUNTAIN GRANGE 403 FIRST  235-4453  CHENEY i " i THE ENGAGEMENT of Miss loan Woodene Harter--and John Stanley of Houston, Tex- as was announced by Miss Har- ter's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Dana E. Harter. The wedding is planned for June 14 in Hous- ton. RNC Members Met With Mrs. L. Rietz Mrs. L. W. Rietz entertained the RNC club in her .home at 312 N. 4th la'st Thursday. Guests were Mrs. Myrtle Bail- ie and Mrs. Clara W,attles from Winona, Mrs. Muriel Cree and [Miss Helen Sten:sgaard, county :agent. Plans we,re made to visit the boy the ciub i,s spon- soring at Lakeia:nd Village on his birthday Feb. 21. The invitation from Mrs. A. B. Cutting to v,si,t the Chancy museum was accepted and a group will :attend the silver tea on March 4th at 2 p. m. Miss Stensgaard expain,ed about do- mtefl ,food arid members will ,help with the baking experi-I ments on a date to be set. Miss Stensgaard prosented iterest- ing :slides on conve,nient work- rooms with emp,hasis on the laundry slowig sorting binS. One of the usel poinls she made was to use press, on lab- els ,on garments, stating the kind of material and size, to make sorting ea'er. Mrs. L. W. Rietz and Mrs. J. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marsh arid Mrs. Wayne Ruppe] attend- ed the funeral services of their uncle James Edwin Humes in Spokane on "Monday, Feb. 22. Burial was in Saltese cemetery with Rev. Wta, ce E. Russell cCficiating. r. and Mrs. Milton Fdettke of Endicott were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Fros and otto. Monday guests were M. Frost's mother and ,an, other sis- ter, Mrs. 5ohn Scheeler Sr. and Mrs. Heltry Geleck of Lind. Mrs. Elmer Conley arid her sister Mrs. Arehie BNrd spent Saturday in Spokane with Mr. Baird who is ill in St. Lukes hospital. Mrs. A. B. Cutting entertain- ed as Sunday evening dinner guests her da, ughter and family Mr. artd Mrs. William Sexton and Debbie of Spok,ane valley. Mrs. E. L. Dales entertained her duplicate bridge club on Tuesday at her home for des- sert lun, ch. Three tables were in play. Mrs. Muviel Cree e.nertained as weekend guests her son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Warren M, aurer from Seattle. Members of Martha chap,ter i OES attended the Spangle ad- vance night ceremronies and: meeting on Friday evening at the Spangle Masonic hall. Go- Mrs. John Van Brunt, lmnored  :guests, Mr. ,ad Mrs. Francis KuebA and Mr. and Mrs. I-LaroM Pendell. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fox an- nounce the birth of a son, born Feb. 22 in Spokane. The baby who joins a sister at the SPa- karm home has bee:n named Ray C. for his gra*ndfather and is ,also the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fox of C.heney. Barl Hurt is stiN seriously ill in St. Lukes hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Parker spent Sat- urday afternoon in Spokane end called on her brother Earl Hurt. On Sunday ,aftern, ovn they were guests of their son and amily Mr. arid Mrs. Bill Ia,rker and two sons at Dh- man. Mr. ,and Mrs. Mile Ba, Jr., :and three sons spent Saturday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M)o Ill. The monthly luncheon for OES grated ,and past grand rep- resentatives is being held at the home of Mrs. Don Rohwer in Spokane today, Frid)ay. At- tending from Cheney vtere Mrs. D. G. Jerue and Mrs. Paul Jef- frey, both past grand represen- tatives ,of the order. Mrs. D. G. Jerue was a week- end guest of Mrs:. Vinee Banks in Spolane. On Sunday, Feb. 21, they were joined by Mr. and rs. airold Berthelson and went to Pemeroy to at- ig from Cheney were Mr. and tend the reception for Mr. ,and Mrs. Tom P'at Herren recently ...... , ..... I married, at the home of Mr. LUUbI: IN I-Wb I a;d Mrs. Pa,t Herren the bride- STA  r^"D PARTY Igrm's parents. 'f" "" ...... / Mrs. Grace Starkie, formerly me an,num earn party at tne I of Ciheney, spent Monday ee- Eastern Star ledge will be held [ ning here and attended the this Saturday, Feb. 27,  81 OES meeting with members p. m. in the Masonic temple. ]from Pullman, St. John and Prizes for men and women lColfax. and a door prize will be aw,ard- I Mr and Mrs. J. P. Gruber ed. Both pinochle and bridge spent Sunday in Spolane as H. :YOuler  attend the es- son ,on "Bedside Care in Your! Home" Friday, Feb. 26, at the win be in play, ,also o,ther games if desired. Tickets are being sold by the members. OES OFFICERS NIGHT At the Martha c#apter OES meeting Mond, ay evening offic- ers night w,s observed. Offic- ers were presented flowering pants. Mr. and Mrs. Hald Pend'ell, patron ,and maon, presided and called for reports of startding committees and p: were, made for the public card party to 'be hem on Sat- guests of their sn and daug'h- terdndaw Mr. and Mrs. Tom ruber and children. A family dirmer celebrated the llth birthday of heir gran.dd,a, ugh- ter Cony Gruber. Mr. ad Mrs. Lyle lore- lmuse (Versa Ditton) and in- fant son from Renton spent the weekend :here with their parents Mr. ,and Mrs. Jon Dit- n and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Morehouse. Mr..and Mrs. Gordon Hey.d- ricks and son and t)amfly, Mr. county heo3th building. This urday, Feb. 27, ,at 8 p. m. Next and rs. Gary Ie,nlricks and lesson w be presented at the meeting on March 8 will be two children were Sunday next meeting at the qme of electon ,of new officers:, pro- guests ,of Ms sister Mrs. M y- Mrs. E. A. Tiedc On March 18; ceded by a 6:30 potluck .supper. tha MiU and Mr. axtd Mrs. Ed- OkerStrom here. roll earl will be amvered with "M. and Mrs. arry I-Iamp- cooking booboos. Beta Sigma Phi's Hear About Castro Gamma Th.eta chat)let Beta Sigma Phi met Feb. 16 the home of 'Mrs. Rn Jotmson. Assisting .hostesses were Mrs. Richard Hagelin :and Mrs. Mer- ritt Johnson. Mrs. Ted Stalbern present- ed a program on "Castro's Cuba." Clp'ter members and thedr im'medate families are iigble REBEKAHS TO MEET Mrs. D. G. Jrue attended Rebekah lodge will bId a the dinner meeting of the In- regular nmating on Wednes- land Empire OES past matrons day, March 3, in the IOOF hal{. md patrons ,ass'n An Spokane Mrs. Agrm Charlton will con- Masonic temple on Tuesday ,dnct the business meeting. The e'venrg, Feb. 23. of DWYC club f Reheka/hs met at 'Wednesday at the borne of Mrs. J. M. Grein for dessert and so- cial afternoon. RELIEF CORPS A number of the Cheney members of the Relief Corps attended the card party on Fri- day, Feb. 19, .at the Carnation room, Spokane. They were to use blood donated to the cently est,at)lished ceount, fhe name ,of Beta ,gma Phi, from the Spokane bl)cl bank. PAUL JEFFERYS HOSTS ON SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Paul1 Jefery entertained a's Sundy dinner gueSts their nphew and fam- ily Mr. and Mrs. ROber Schroeder and two cIdren ,from Deer Park. On TueSday Mr. ,and Mrs. Jobbery were re- Mrs. Etta Presnel'l, Mrs. Olive in Orarge, Mrs. R. Lotte and Frances, Mrs. B.tmer ars'h, Mrs. R. Emtman, Mrs. M. Mad- dux, Mrs. J. Mclntyre, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Billesbaeh. ROTARIANS OBSERVE SIXTIETH YEAR The 60th armiversary of the founding of Rotary was' marked this week by the Cheey-Med- ! ical Lake Rotarians with a so- cial meeting for members anti guests ,of an uncle and ,aunt Mr. their wives ,at the Early Birds and ,Mrs. Charles Schroeder at club in Spokane. The world's Orchard Avenue. f"n'st ttotary meeting was hed Feb. 23, 1905 in Chicago. BRIDGE PARTY Mrs. Wiam Mobs nd Mrs. JOBIES INVITE STARS D.enis Covcovan entered Job's D.auhters bethelkheld with a bridge dessert Fday the regu}ar meeting on Tues- afternoon with three tables in day, Feb. 23, An the, Mas,nic pay. Spying flovers and rain- temple. Queen Jennifer Jordan iature sprinN hats made by the preded for the business meet- hostesses were used as favors ing and refm. rts. An invitation and decorations. Prizes were to lastern Star members for won by Mrs. E. A. Melville and the next meeting was 'sent. Re- Mrs. Della Grant. frehments followed. ANNOUNCING College Inn will reopen Mon. Mar. 8 after our February Vacation Fay and Iarvey Ashburn Patronize Your Adve Now Open for Busi A New Barbershop Cheney CLIP THIS COUPON! GOOD FOR 50C ON A HAl (Cash value one-twentieth of a cent) Lou's Barber Shop Old Safe,ray Bldg. Open Daily: PANCAK SUPPER St. Paul's Episcopa Church Shrove Tuesday March 2 - 5:00 to 8 CheneyCity Hall ADULTS $1.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12, 50 /,nnual Meeti SW Spokane Soil & Water District 9:30 a. m.-3: p. Friday, Feb. 26 Cheney City Ha Slides on People to People Tour of Near East by Mr. and Mrs. Henry FREE PANCAKE AND HAM Co-sponsored by Cheney Grain G Public Invited EWSC Concert Series Hello Dere Are you having a good time? We know it is hard to enjoy anything these days- with the world tension the way it is-the cold wars-"A" bomb-High taxes-Rising costs-woe & strife-Forebesiders-Toots, etc., etc. Relax and Enjoy a.. -,, Fresh Smelt Feed 8 Smelt--Cole Slaw GARLIC TOAST At the BEEHIVE MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY SEE YOU! CANADIAN OPERA "Die Fledermaus" Showalter auditorium Wednesday, March 3 8:15 P. M. ADMISSION BY COLLEGE ARTIST SEASON TICKETS PERFORMANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE