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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, larch 12, 1965 Mrs. Van Brunt Is President of Star Mm. John Van trunt was elected worthy matron of Mar- tha clpter OES at She regular raeoting on Monday evenin,g, Mr. 8, in the Masomc temple Other elective officers were John Van Brunt, worthy pat- rn; Mrs. Ken Galloway, asso- ciate matron; Kor Galloway, oomte patron; Mrs. Harry Impton, secretary; Mrs. Hen- i-] Chase, treasurer; Mrs. Har- old thrvey and Mrs. Dean Swgle, conductress. Appoin- tive officers will be rmned at the instaatioa on Saturday ev, emig, April 10. The business meeting and vaporous were conducted by Mr. ad Mrs. Iarold PendeH, tmt- rn ,and matron.  were completed for the pancake heed on Surday, !h 14. It yeas reported the card pvty vcas a huge success. A 6:30 cov- ered dish dinner preceded the meeting and a de .sert par- ty olloved the meeting. UNITED CHURCH .t SPEAKER COMING The Yuth Fellowship f the United Church of Christ will lave ,a guest speaker at their Sunday evening meetin, g, on March 14. A Spolne attorney, Tlmmas Lyrmh, wLll speak on .his experiences in Msissippi last summer in helpg with the civil rights movement and also tell of hs .serf's participa- tion in the vote registration drive there. Interested persons are welcome to come at 6:30 p. m. STARS SCHEDULE PANCAKE BREAKFAST The pan, cake breakfast spon- sored by Martha chapter OES wiI1 be held in ,the Masonic dining oom on Sunday, March 14, from 8 a. m. to 2 p m. and s open to he public. Members are expected frova the Inland Empire lodges nd I the community. Tickets may be purchased at the door fay families ,ad parties and aH interested persoas. Proceeds are for religou's s,h, ol,rhips. Widner's Beauty Shop GET YOUR EASTER PERMANENTS EARLY Open Wed. thru Sat. 316 First, Cheney 235-4091 HOSI CLU AFTER YOU PURCHASE 12 PAIRS YOU GET THE 13TH PAIR You can pamper your legs with beautifully sheer Ruth Barry nylons.., and when you have purchased 12 pairs, receive the 13TH PAIR ABSOLUTELY FREEI Just be sure to make your next hosiery purchase "Ruth Barry", and ask to ioln our Hos|ery Club. 51 gauge, 15 denier FREE FOR GLASSES CONTACT LENSES, SEE THAVIS Opticians SPOKANE W. 405 RIVERSIDE JAMES GUMP 3ix RNC Members At Council Session Friday, March 5, RNC mem- bers Mrs. L. C. Cordll, Mrs. Luke Best, Mrs. Hocard Buob, Mrs: L. W. Rietz, Mrs. Kate An- derson and Mrs. J. H. Spuler attended the Spokarm coun,ty] eaurcil of Idomemaker's clubs at the Darigold building in Spy- ha,no. In the attendance con- test, three clubs :h,ad hd (>vet 30 per cen of their members present for the five meetings. These clubs were: first, Wil- l'i'ams aey; secoad, RNC, and third, City club. Each club was aarded a prize made a,nd do- naed by Mrs. Bruce Oliver. The contest is being c0tinued for 1965. In the foreaon Miss Lovain Soe, daughter of Mrs. Eu- genia Stowe ,of Four Lakes Hub club, gave an interesting talk abont her Peace C oas sev- ce on the Ivory Coast in Afri- ca. At 1 ,o'clock Dr. John Di,s- call explained about foods in! relation to obesity and wom- en's ,health. If facts earned were practieed healthier peo- ple would be the result. After a meeting during the lunch hour, the comrnRtee an- nounced that Achivemen Day will be held May 5 ..ill the city hail in Cheney. Registrations must be in by April 15. Plans for the Fall Festival are atso underway. The luncheon was served at noon by six clubs. The next Council meeting will be April 2nd at the Daigo'ld Building. Adventist Sabbath School Sets Rally A Sabbath scol rally to em- phasize the impotance o weekly Bible study will be pre- sented ,at the Chancy Seventh- day Adventist chtwch, Betz school, on Saturday, March 13. The yearly raHy is designed to focus (m the AdvexAist churChs custom of systematic Bhle study every week preed- irg the 11 o'Clock services. At the Chemey Adventist church, Bible Study ,greps in- cldig adfls, youth ,and chil- dren meet every Satm'day mrg in the Betz salmon. A pgram of music, missign re- parts, and other eatur ]>re. cedes the 3ute Bible study period. The program be- gis at 9:30. "The @hristia and HiS Chu,rch"  be ,topic or dis. cuss-ion in the adult dam thin Saturday. F. E. Sclehuber principal of Upper Columbia Academy, will attad the nd speak at the 11 o'clock ]OtlT. More than 24j00' Seveath- day Adventist Sabbath sch*ools thouglmut the worm v411 ob- serve the ly this week. ROYAL NEIGHBORS TO MEET MONDAY The Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Monday gftevrmon, larch 15, in the Legkm hall. Mrs. Miilrd Iale, oracle, will ! Freside. Preparation for the district convention being 'held in Ritz- JOB'S DAUGHTERS FETE STAR LADLES Bethel 17 of Job's Dauh- stews met Tuesday eveng, M, arch 9, in the Masonic tem- fie with Queen Jennge,r Jor- dan presiding. Eastern Star members were gu,ets and were welcomed .and hn- ored with an adde.dum. Reports were made on the dance and the spring activities. A reception followed to h.o,or the 20 Star members who were guests. Daughter Is Guest Of the J. W. t-lodges Mrs. A. R. Miller recently made a brief visit with hez parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Iodge. The Millars live at Greeabrae, Calif., a residential' community in the San Fan,cis- co tarea. Mr. Mtar commutes to nearby Richmond where he has ,an office with tlhe United Groceries of California, a group ,of over 3000 member stres. This is their central office. En route home Ms. Millar visited with their son Gary. and wife is Seattle. Gary is completing a year of post graduate study on a Naval RO- TC scholarship ,at he Univer- sity of WaSbin,gton. His wife is completing her senior year at the university. Town-Gown Forum Scheduled Saturday The Town-Gown Forum will have its first meeting this week. It is an adult group spon- sored by the EWSC Faculty Wives-Faculty Wemn,'s club. Men and women, town and col- lege people are .all welcome. Mrs. Katherine Saipe,s of the EWSC Engsh department wil give ,a talk and lead a di*us- ,sion on "Theories of Comedy." She suggests that those inter- ested xead "The Milier's Tale" by Chaucer before they come The Forum wiil be on Satur- day, larch 13, at 7 p. m. in tbe aeulty 1,on.riga of the stu- dent union building RELIEF CORPS NO. 8 TO MEET SATURDAY The GeerM George Wrht Womns Relie Corps N,o. 8, Auxiliary to the Gand Axmy ,of the Republic, Ic., will meet at 1 p. m. Saturday i,n the Leg- ion hall for the {ast rctice beere visitation by depa- ment officers. Mrs. W. L. Mc- I.nCyre will prese. Mrs. G. J. Heg1r will insal officers ,who were absent at the grevious in- stahtion. IIII Methodist Society Met Here Tuesday The Methodist church WSCS hed a luncheon meeting in the church youth center on Tued'ay wih hostes,ses Mrs. Carl Hendrieks, Mrs. Myrt:ha Mill, Mrs. Wayne Brown and Mrs. Mac Van Scoy'oc serving. The business meeting was held at 10:30 with Mrs. Fran- cis Kuehl presiding, devotions we,re given by Mrs. C. E. Bow- er and Mrs. Leslie MLll pre-] i sented the program on "Worn-, en in the Church in the New Nations." A 'period for the quiz on church betterment, in the building and siritualy, was held, foB,owed by discussion and reports. The children's library h'as bee ,established, and a sra,/l collection .of beaks far the adult library is on hand. The report was made that the World Day of Praer at the Nazarene church Friday, March 5, was well attended ,and out- standing value to the wold. BUTTON CLUB MEETS TODAY The City of the Sun button club is holding a luncheon meeting in Spokane tod'ay at 'the Coeur d'Alene 'h,otel. Fol- lowing the luncheon repo.rts will be made from co,ec$ors of buttons, types and arrange- nients. Members oing frown Cheney will be Mrs. J. S. Lae Mrs. Jim Moorrnan and Mrs. Growr Chambers. BETA SIGMAS HEAR TALK ON GERMANY The regular meeting of Beta Sigmla Phi was held March 2 ,at the home of Mrs. Ray Giles. The h:astess was assisted by Mrs. Seth Scott arid Mrs. Wil- liam Wilkerson. The program, a tgstery Germany, was presented by , Mrs. Ran Johnson and Mrs. Will,am Kidd. SEE TRAVELOG ABOUT CANADA Amgng thoseattendig She Ataska-Trans-Cnada tavelog in the Spolane Co,lseum on Tuesday afternoon were Mr. d Mrs. Fvanvis Kuh,1, Mrs. W. J. Carr, Mrs. C. E. Bover, Mrs. Mae Van Scoyac, Mrs. A. B. Cutting, Mr..and Mrs. W, Mter Rump and Mr aid Mrs. Pa,u Jeffrey. There will be travel- ogs in April rand ,nther in May. COMMUNITY CHURCH.- " 'arlned as Sunday The Cheney (m,m ;unity, ChurCh held a successf1 cardy' sa}e ast week for funds for the youth progra, m They sin- oerely thank 1he eoinmunty for their support Rev. and Mrs. Gere Ross and children are on their v,aation, gonlg to St. Peterbugl Fla., to visit .her varen Rev. and Mrs. Ben Nelson. The church pulpit wll .have a guest spe'ak- er two Sundays ths week. Roydal Corfley to the Deacon ess besptM to visit Mr. Con- ley. Mr. and Airs. Chris Betz en- vile March 29, wl be made ad reheasal,held of,the mem- NEWS BRIEFS oriM service wMch this lbd,ge Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oker- will exemplify. Revarts from strom ad Mrs. Myrtha Mill committees and on insurance eeraired a,s Sunday dinner will be made. gues Mr. ,and Mrs. Leslie Mill and son Ran ,o Amber. Their REBEKAHS PLAN 75TH BIRTHDAY guests for the aftenmon were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Goute The Rebekah lodge  con-,and infan grand'sen from ptetm,g the proportions ,ov me Sandnoim Idaho celebration of the 75th anni- l Th Pa,'st ,Ma.o,ns club of versy of heir 9rganizaonl OES will hold a dirmer meet. m wneney. vne mate asse,maiy I i,,. ,,, .,,.a.v evenin March premdent and members frm[. in th lasnic temule A eight other lodges will be pres- [ .o " -m  dinner will le fol- ent for the. affair o Wedaes-. ]{-._.. ed"-iw_, a so--al lour. day evemng, March 17, in the I Tha Rebekah DWYC club IOOF hall. I met last Wednesday at the !,home of Mrs. J. M. Gein. The Sunsne Seing club Plans were made to meet at hem a dessert meeting Thurs- the 'home of Miss Florence Rue day, March 4, ,at the hame!o n laveh 24. of Mrs. Pete Billesbaek. Thir-- ,Mrs. A. B. Cutting eter- teen were present and serving ! rained as guests a few days tlis ovcupied the afternoon, week, Mr. and Mrs.. Ran Sex- ton from Minnesota. On Tues- dimmr guests at file Red Barn Mr. ,and Mrs. R. O. Ellis and Mrs. George EHis of Spokane. Ater- vrds they drove to Pu]na to visit Ms. Grace Starkie and son Robert. Mrs. Ivy rill and Mrs. Wilson Cree entertained with a dessert bridge party o Tues- day afternoon at the Card,ill home. Four tables were in 1May with prizes awarded for scores ad a traveling prize. ,Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Jansen entertained their son and dau,gherdn-law Mr. and Mrs. tbet Jesen and two ch,il- dren of Spokane. They were also guests of Mrs. Jansen's parents Mr. ,and Mrs. C. E. Bower. Mrs. D G. Jerue left today for Mercer Ishnd to visit a week with her son and family Dr. ard Mrs. Larry Jevue 'end three dhildren. Mr. and Mrs. Dan DeWitt and daughters from Soolane specat Stmffay here with hez paverts Mr. and Mrs. J. S. La'n. WORK HARD? PLAY HARD? WEAR A FAMILY UNITS SINGLE UNITS PLAYGROUND Permanents 6.50 Up TUES.- FRI. 5 SATURDAYS 3 EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT day they ,attended he t.mvelog CARAVELLE ,on Alaska at the SpMane col- entertaired "as weekend guests '" tt t:i  BB B 11 their daughter ,ad family Mr. ::: ;' n,d Mrs. W,ard Walk and daulhters from C d'A1ene. 8 Unit June's Mr. arid, Mrs. George Heath, spert Sunday *afternoon m d:. Spokane ,aId ,celebrated the , Motel Beauty Shop bihd; of his sister, who makes :her home in the Spokane nursing hme. A This $10.95 Caavelle has birthday cake was shaved by ALL BRANDS Grocery Store Barber Shop 1.25 HAIRCUTS 8 a. m.-7 p. m. PRODUCTS, FRESH FRUITS ETC. EMERGENCY ITEMS Spokane rehives wo called. ,Mr. and Mrs. Mio Bal spent the weekend .as guests of their :son Dick Bail and family at Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Luite spent the weekend in Olympia as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Garner. On Monday they a- tended the sessions of the leg- islature and en route home they visited their son Gerald in Seattle. loydal Conley uderwent major surgery at Deaeonesu ast Friday arid is recovering The Mapleleaf Motel Across from Geiger Field on Highway 10 -TE 8-1223 II II I II I I I I IIII IIIII I III a jeweleddever movement and an unbreakable mn- prig. It's watefl>roof,* and hockresistant. It comes in a neat, simple case and it's made by a division of Bul- ova. Werth every cent And more. CARAVELLE *Division of BULOVA nicely at this time. SMITH JEWELERS I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Con- ley entertained as :a Sunday dinner guest Mrs. Beth Smith. 408 1st St., Cheney Mr. ad Mrs. Elmer Tiedt were Phone 235-6312 afternoon guests and on Mn- day they accomyanied Mrs. *Time for Spring Clea Is NOWt. 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