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Page 4 Cheney Free Press lriday, Febrtmry 28, 1964 CHS STUDENTS ATTEND RETREAT AT SPOKANE Twenty-two Oheney High Job&apos;s Daughters Hold Initiation Job's Daughters Bethel 17 met Tuesday evening at the Masonic Temple to initiate a School students of St. Rose of chss of candid'ates. Queen Sue Lima parish participated in a tam presided, assisted by prin- two-day retreat in Spokane re- cen,tly. Sessions took place at cess Ruth Bell and Jennifer Our Lady of Fatima church Jordan. with Fathex WJ/fred P. Scheen- Members of Eastern Star berg, S. J. of Gonzaga Prep were special guests with 14 Qffieiating as ,retreat master, officers and 16 members pros- Students were artstmrted er from Ch.eney and M, ary Lee by parents and Father William Adamson*, matron of Spague, J. Brerman, pastor of St. Rose ,and six members from l,riSh. Sprague as guests. Miss Ham Those who took part in the welcomed them and the past retreat were: Darlene De'rain- grand officers during escorts get, Ann Fletaher, Rosemary and horrors. Parents of candi- Morelmu, Seines Cergen, dates were atso welcoaned. Terry TarrMeh, Bill Purvis, Tlmse ini',tiaed were Stmrrie Orob, Frances Hale, Narmy Ken MeNall, Mavifn Purvis, Steiner, IAn, da lay, Annie John Fletcher, IAnda Mosman, Kathy Denirger, Pat Hughes Goodwin and Rose &nn Gall0- and Rollene Johns*on. vcay, who wflI be h(mored Also participating were: guests at a slumber party to- Patty Deiniager, Sylvia Man- ndglt. zo, Michele Purvis, Cheryl @oertz, Kirk Mosrnan, @reg Kahler, Mike Purvis, Jim La- vigne and Sadi Bohn.. Other registrants included Bill McMillan, Beth Smith, San- di Yoder, Jim Prentice, Carol Bek, Jerry Roha, Darlene MeInyre, Jean Simmons, Mar- ilyn McIntyre and Jhckie Mor- tan. WORK. DAY SET In preparation for its f- eomh' rummage sale, a work day for members of the St. Al, ar Society has been set for Wednesd'ay at 9:3X) a. m. Anyone desiring to offer assisnoe is invited and urged to join the group at the home of Mrs. Agnes Bryceson. Mbre rmmage is needed! Please eah Mrs. Bob Wilson, H. Harry Bryceson or Mrs. aa-ry Mosman for pick up. Mrs. Elmer Tiedt R. N. C. Hostess Mrs. Elm TiecR WaS hos- tess for the R. N. C. club Feb. 20 in ,her borne wth Mr6. L. W. Rietz . Eleven membe were presetS. A let. tea" faxma the comuty office asked r represematives to, am the club ,to ep  e re- visier of the ffml apgli- cation rules. ,Mrs. Rietz valn- teered o go with Mrs. Spler. Thnk you letters i'rom Dake- land Vitlge avid EaStern State Hospital or ,the gifts delivered at Cas time were read. Four membe bad zt reeeiv. ed Mrs. 'Rowiey's news letter. The cd Imrty held the irst of ,the month ws profit- able and enjoyed by 'aft. There were nine Cables pying. Mrs. E. N. Alrioh and .Mr. Elmer Tiedt won hh prizes; Mrs. Ross Greenwood md Mr. El. : mar Buob won lw prizes; Mrs. Osborm Belsby wa the gal- lop. It was voted to make the annual contribution to the selmlarhip ,fired t the March 6 cotmcil meeting, which wilt be ;held n he Dari'gold Hos- tess Room. The next R. N. C. club meet- and in the more modern meth- ig wili be at .the home of Mrs. eds. Siy-five were present, J. H. Spuler. Special. ,guest will with the ch, of and youth be :Miss Helen ttsgaard, groups ,as the guests. county agorot, who w spek on credit. The wmen's society af the Methodist church held circle meeting Tuesday afternoon at LODGE NEWS the home of Mrs. Harve Jor- dan, wih Mrs. W, il,red Sibley, Martha lmpter OES met assistant lmess, scoring des- Monday at ,he Masonic Tern. sert. Mrs. Don Patterson hand- ple. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Free- led the progrmn study on the man, patron ,and matron, pre- Methodist Fa,mily, in a cantin- sided. In the ohservaame of ued program on the Methodist friend,hip night, members church history. Announce- from Pullnmn, Medical Lake merits and correspondence re- erd Spokane were welcomed, pars were in charge of Mrs. A program was presented by a John Van Brunt, president. trio of Gheney high school gir. Busneas irmluded phns for .the anual pancake break- fast Sun'day, MarCh 8, serv- ing from 8 a. m.  2 p. m. wb_k is open . the public with past ,grmxl pmn Wal- den Chambam ix charge. Funds project, to assist the Emma P. Clmdmick n,u,rsia home, i,s a coffee cap or do- rta of ,the ,price of a cup of coffee. This will be con- elded .the 'last meetings in Mh, th e twmxl of the over-size cup. I was also an- the m ,home is tmder cor end will be fini_ed tI coming stmmmr, fr,or  Star membem. Re. faeme and eli fol- lowed in the  room. Rebela ge"  meet Wednesday evenin in e IO- OF .hall. Vice Grmd Agnes Charton will preside. The .last meeting in February .had vi itom rom Im,per ldwe Spone    guest, drt  pdet Jue Taykr of SPOt. CLUB NEWS Grndmhem club met "lhursay afteamm t the home of Mrs. Willlan Lee for a des- sort am1 social meeting. The DWYC club of Rebek. ahs met Wednesday afternoon at the tmme of Mrs. Tom Mat- ney for a social and projects meein,g. CHURCH NEWS A rmmber of Christian church members a.tended the annual "Sweetheart" banquet Monday eveng a the Spo- kane Xalley Methodist church. Guest speaker was Dr. Mark Koebler, executive vice presi- dent at Whitvorth coege. Go- ing from here were Roy. am Mrs. Donald Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Willoughby, Mr. ad Mrs. Lee Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dobbins, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Miller. The Lutheran clureh is ob- serving Lenten services each Wednesday evening a 7.30 p. m. They will contiime until Hoty week, Mah 22-28, wih Easter on lVia,reh 29. A coffee hour follows the services. The .Christian church Sun- ,day evei,rg Bible study was .held in the church with col- (>red slid shown on "Needs in Korea, o complete the study period, ,ken by William Dxummord mad shown by Warren Westerman. CUBS GET AWARDS--Cheney Cubs .net Monday evening t Betz School to note their 54th birthday and receive awards at the annual event. Left to right, front row, are Dan Wilson, Harry Deininger, Nicky Long- ton, Robin Dare, Jeff Harris, Dean Waster- man, Randy Crawford and Ricky Prentice. CAMP FIRE NEWS Election of officers was held by the Ko Ki Ke Ko Camp Fire graup at its meeting last week. Officers are Ja,nis Pierce, presidert; Mary Lynn Nichols, vice predent; Sara McKee- hen, secretary; Gloria McC'aU, treasurer; and Linda Stred. wick, reporter. The group visited C,het's greenhouse where they ot some coleus cuttings. They have also started tomato plants from seeds. Tami Wa Ya Camp Fire group reviewed the talent show given last week at the Betz school in which 12 girls won 'horrors and achievements. Middle row, Keith Isherwood, Dennis Miller, Jim McConnell, Roger Ogden, Charles Has- sum, Ed Autrey, Paul Stredwick, Brian Casey and Donald Kill in. Top row, Dennis Helsing, Bobby Laube, Rick Kartevold, David Hardie, Roger Helm, Dwight Tavenner, David Bauer, Dick Swegle and Bruce Anderson. Warren Steens Are Grandparents Mr. :and Mxs. Edward F. Praxel (K, athleen Steen), Bal- boa, Canal Zone, are parents of a daughter, Erin Lynn, barn Feb. 21. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Steen of Che- ney and Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Praxel, E. 11121 Alki, Spo- kane. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steen, Vera- dale, and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Woll'iscroft, Greenacres. TILICUM NEWS Handi, crft department met Tuesday evening at the h,one NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fink en- tertained as guests part of last week their d, au,g.hte.r4n-l, aw, Mrs. William R,oney, and three children from Rentan. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Con- lay entertained as SurMay afternoon guesrts his brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conley. Monday cal4ers were Mr. and Mrs. Rezeau Plat?as of Edwall. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lane had as Sunday afternoon guests their daughter, Mrs. Dan De- Wilt and children of Spokane. A no host Sunday dinner party :honored M 7. and Mrs. Henry Clausen o l0sal.ia at  the home of Mr. nd Mrs. Jo The Youth Fellowship has The program featured a skit of Mrs. Virgil Bank: The busi- Spuler. Goirrg from Chancy - ness meetirw conducted bv v:ere Mr and Mrs Gharles been eomlueting a .class of b.y Joan W:.DObMe.At: 't?  ' .. '.. -Pr  "-. , =  , :Udy for me.mhevsp with kms., Phyllis "RUpp ml4Ger- mrs. l'ruce,unver, cn, arman. .... m_r, r..ann .rs. arl rtev. Koss, pastor, ry Kogers, Which ws  nan pl, ans. for ,m.e general ] a.ason, vr: ann wrs. arnet .The men's f.ellowshp group mimed; Judy B lld a memoe.rsmp meeti,n.g of the]tmoS ,. w.rtsan Cree, Mrs. wll meet. Wedraday 't the. tap .and ballet d, :a :piano era o, wth evening tera[y de-] beuonar%oram. :, . , no m.e of Jm Blckshaw. [number was laye::by e Parme, as c.oestess,_March [: virs. tca rresne.u is .spe na- vne womens' fellowshi'nv wi.l.l'a i Dow; Irish" -*.ee..:*-Ibr e . ]lu ...... wrat,t projeot, ior me eve-mg a xew weeks  n IA.n(t as meet Thurav t the church [and DefUse Rei-:;* Mr2] rang was mosaic ardmraft. [gues t .of her brother, Delbert at 1:30 p. m. for a brief busi-[gdet Rnsenzwei; gOn bY Ka-'t Fine arts depazm.en wilt[Pence. ns meeting,, than adjotmn to !r'm Rob  ' meet,M(m<hY,,a,t t_ e 'home. of t cuML,_.aad Mm..Clifford .Mc: .wu mwter '.._Jl.. far the ] whOe .'..s'.] _fl.. wflrren .w.eevnn, .r. L ..... oC, a  ?a r.eayea 2:30. p. m. convocation, "Chinalthe leader, The  this J9 rm lviu,.a.ll ve a,.prv- [wo_m at ne .cmdr. at ms sep- Revted,,' 1. week was devoted :to IMam fat'{ gram on tanada. The ,business !romer James .mcnavoson, m the annual n;nt se meeting will be conducted ,by eugene, ore., us weeK. The Methodist huh held a ...... "U- " : Mrs. Mike Miller, chron, iMrs. Julia Butler eatertained fel.owhip di, nner on Sunday At the Cam,u  eaders Mrs. Ernest H, arr and Mrs. as Mandj a f, terroon guests evening in the yotmth center, mee "tig Wedndy  fr A. B. Cu, ttirg have cmpletd Miss Flora DavMsn and Miss wth the otto the mint , the report on the Tilieum l/elyn Godsell from Six) " . y g adult  as ' SIe were' c()mpleted, th .. "" k ~" .... - ,nostess group.. A patriotic The Camp Fire .and Bue Bird tuears commumty service can- ,,. , h:nsme crsused an the decora-g.tps will be the as,:la en reojechiolebe:tsY:lY k2:S'h2Ybn 2oaeu y, uSePs , and dessert. 'YI- :: h Mrs. J P CaldweI in . . :  ,, gu l.owmg the r-host dinner, Mr cIarge, assisted by the leaders" ,the Art Fe.stval, museum ac- oi rs. eha Cran,t this' week. Larrison m'esenced a s&td-  of each ooun Be --, -o11,1 ,A ivities, swimming pool gift She visited former neigh, bvrs -':'-  : k'. .'.,o vu  .  . ,the c:urch mmsaons, with cM- sold with five cents remaining and Cheney Nursing Hme. anvfsrlends. ored slides ,a,nd a zview of in the g-vou,p :treasuries, the re- Tlts 'has been a comunij 's. uuve egl.e had as the histories of work in the mainder to go to the Camp project ,for 11 years, with Tili-guests her son, Dea Swegle, m'msion fiekl in former years Sweyolkrt Camp repairs. It cure a winer each year. It and family. was reported float 1,700 boxes is sent to the state committee Mrs. Maude PRlard and Mrs. Katherine Duvfee (g Medical NAZARENE NEWS The young adutt Sunday school class of the Nazarene Church w, fll have a party and time of felloslp  Friday eve ,ning ,at the 'lmme of Glenn and Elinor Best, Amber. The group will meet  the chumh at 7 p. m. and drive o,t to- gethex. The Nazarerm Smxlay school has a contest on now, called "Fishers of Men." Ea of the three depame "m the Sun. day 'school wiil  a differert ies of fish and work o see who can gaaer the most duri  eantest. This etest will run thxogh aster. The ones ,, +,'thertl in the most w receive their re- wm'd  Sunar fter Easr. On Fxiday ev Feb. 13,' the You,rg Peoples  of. the Nazarene church will give a banquet for the ,adrift Bible c Iss and he arahassador class of e Stmday school. Robert Shea is president of the local ama, ene Young People's So- ciety, which will ,be ivmg th dimmer. The dixmer is set for 6 p. m. in the church fellow- ship ,hal. Mrs. Robert Sbea has been el to serve as Bible school director for the Nazarene Sun- day school. The Bible school will probably be held the sec- ond or third week in June, depending on when school is ou.t. were sold in this area last year. Ok Kod,a Camp Fire group met Tuesday to visit tke he- nay post office. Kennelv Mc- Call conducted 'hean and Sloke on various ,aspects of the pos- tal serce. Aterwards the group went to the .home of the leader, Mrs. R. Wooldridge, for a business session to dis- cuss a bake sale and the annual mint sale. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. William Kidd are parents of a boy, John Robert, born Feb. 19. They have two daughters, Marlyn arid Nora. for a state award. Lake spent Monday eveain,g in CHENEY HOT LUNCH Chenes,. They visited M,artha March 2--Tamale pie, but- chapter OES meeUng. tered carrots, tossed salad, ap- Mr. and Mrs. Walden Cham- ple muffin and pudding, bars of Spokane were Menu,day March 3--Weiner, baked evening guests ,here of :his par- potato with parsley butter, ants, Mr. and M_vs. Graver green beans, peach jello salad, Chambers. raisin bread. arch 4 -- Chili, carrot and celery sticks, fru, it salad, maple bars. March 5 -- Fried chicken, sweet potatoes, lettu,ce wffia 000 Island dressing, corn- bread with elly, cranbe.iTy crunch. March 6 -- Macaroni arid cheese, stewed tomatoes, ban- ana f, rmt sl, aw egg salad sand- wich, apple crisp. tar aad as weekend guests Last week his brother and wife frmn Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Proctor. They ttended the funeral of a sister, ,Mrs. Rollin C. Mitchell, in Spo- kane on Sam'day. i i ? ? ? Need I ! ? ? ? ! I Anything? ? ? ? ! P Try The 7 ! t P CHENEY P P NEWSSTAND Hospital Seeks Chene, d For New Building St. Luke's Hespital officials have appealed to Cheney-area residents to help finance con- struction of a new $3,500,000 hospital. The hospital hunched a public subscription campaign this week to finance the new building. Norton S. Spayde, cmpaign spokesman, said St. Luke's H.ospital has admitted 249 patients from Cheney in the past 12 months. Members of the Board of Trustees of St. Luke's decided to move from their present grh side location to a so,dth- side site so the new hospital would be more readily acces- sible from freeways now under construction or in the plan- ning stage. J(lm Colby, ad- ministrator of St. Luke's, point- ed out that 23 per cent of St. Luke's patients come from out- side Spokane and the rmw lo- cation will be convenient to these persons. St. Luke's will seek $2,000,- 000 in a public subscription campaign this spring. A com- munity dinner is scheduled to kick off the campaign Thursday, March 12, in the Daven,port Hotel. At least 1,200 persons 'are expected for the dinner  where specific plans for the new hospital will be divutked. Many persons from Inlard l!mpire cities and towrs .are being invited to ttie dinner. ,St. Luke's Flans  aunch campaigns in many of the In- land Empire cities from which it draws patients. The fund,raisirg effort is being directed by a steering committee composed of: Mrs. David Gaiser, Theodore H. Gallard, H. Avery Peyton, Kin- sey M. Robinson, and Dr. Da- vid E. Sullivan, with W. H. Cowles, p tblisher, .acting as special advisor. lobinson, chairman af the Board of Washington Water , Power Co., s acthag as hon- orary: chairman of the cam- Lewis, Presley At Pix Theatre Jerry Lewis and Elvis Pres- tey are teatreed in films at the Pix Theatre this weekend. Lews stars in Sad Sack," arid Presley in "Ble Hawaii." Straw imes are 7 p. m. Friday and S:aturday, with e ,-Les picture phTin*g irst. The Sun- day show will sta at 6:30 p.m. Manager BI Kropp said the Pix T,heabre will soon close for the season because he will be operating  drive4n theater near Spolane. paign, with C. executive -vice- Great North ance Co., as ' chairman. High School To Meet W The Chen.ey T. A. will meet 8 p. m. at the Scftol. Election .o 0 net year will be sate of officers by the nominating is: president. Mrs. gle; vice Cordi]l; secretary, Lambert; treasurer, Oswald. The program !at orientation for high schoel stu ents of eighth district are very vited, o LaVigne Delivery ` Man., Phone Friday, Mixed Maple Bars, Butter Flake Parker House 1V= lb. Bread, Pix FRI -- SAT. 2 Big Comedy & Elvis vs. , PAAgV/bTO.4" Companion Paremount PreseM$ gri..Sat, Lewis 7:00 Out at Sundays Only Out at 10:00 Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. Thank You.. To all our friends and customers for the loyal age since our firm, llatcliffe Implement was established in 1884. The company was sold February 20, 1964, to Ted Millan. We sincerely hope that former customers will su the new owner. Mark Ratcliffe and staff