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Pege 4 Cheney  Pres Friday, March 13, 1964 CHURCH NEWS The United church women hem a business meeting on Monday a the home of Mrs. ale K. Stewart. Represeata- .tives were presert from the Local church tbr the imCt,Mla- an of ,new officers. They ,are .M. Betty Sekadegg, presi- dent; Mrs. D(ma Ross, vice presMent; Mrs. Pte Heideek- ex, treasurer. Pitons for the May FeRowlip meeting of the Spokane area set for May 1 and reports made on the Wrld Day of ,Prayer held in February, with the council as s0nsrs. Chemey Commumty church Will hoki a missiorrary service Sunday at 11 a. m. Guest speakers will be Rev. a,Ird Mrs. Tom Clark, m,es frmn West Africa. Al interested parsons are weome. The membem will hMd a potlack hmcheon following sarvices. Evenirg services, a 7:30 p. m. will feature as guest speaker the Rev. and Mrs. Robert MAms of Ellnburg. The Motodist ctmvch wm- es society met at the Church on Tuesday ,ternoon. Mrs. John Vml Brunt, president, presided. Mrs. E. H. Wagoner gave the devtiors, Mrs. Frank Kuetfl Was the leader far the program study of Union of Cliurches. The membea's di- vided into tree groulm for seuion and reports on the topic. Buaw, ess nchtded the report that new tables and chairs had bee bouglt to compIeCm the clmrch equip- men. It ws mm the Pacific NW conference of the WSCS sociaties wouM meet in ancauver in  and dele- gates were expected to attend. 2nhe next meeting  he oa March 24 at the home'of Mrs. W. J. Carr. Dr. Hen.Py B Walfin will he special guosl speaker at meet- rags to he held ut the Nazaeene Chttrch March 22 ugh 29. The Nazayene youth Chair,  the direcUm f Mi Shirley Lomer, ts prepping some .special n,mbers far the Baster morning seawice. Mem- bers of ,the choir are Helen Hendricks, Gteaxm Best, mis- Me Sprague, Teri AusU Nan- cy Scott, &M1T Imeas, Connie Ist. CzaXtl t, Ter NiCh- ols, Steve SWague, J01n Charl. on, Frank Best, huck Lain. be2t, arid Vickie Sha, rp. Mary Lou Nichols is aceomlmait. The yotmg people of the Nazarene church re giving a dinner for he two aduR SUwday hool classes this Fri- dayy eye,rig. The banquet will beffin at 6:30 and Will .be held in he fe[lv.p ruom, U. C. C. NEWS Jrimn Circle of the Wom- ens Fellowship of ,the United Church af Cvist met on Tue dy at the home-of Mrs. Ll]d Roles, wfh M. F/ale Stew. art serving as co-hostess. The grogram consted of reports arrd discussion by members centered arou, ml the church ectt rrmvemem. Laura Circle will meet an has' at the home of Mrs. Joseph haurn. Her co-hos- tess will be rs.  Miller and Mrs. W. B. Reese. Tlm lgrim Fellmvship will travel to Liberty I.rke on Sat- urday far a twoMay retreat, acomparried by Dr. o,nd Mxs. lod Leav and Dr. and M. Willam Da, ummond. On the agenda is progroan planning, ,;udy ,and recreation. Last Slm6y the Pilgrim Fellowship enjoyed a progrma d cdre slides preseed by Dr. and Mrs. Raymond \\;Vbitfield, coering the hgh- lights of ,their recent Etrro- pc,an tour. Stencils--make your owB -:ins--- inch to 6 inch let- '-r' Free Press Printsh0p. A1- ,:o :?,ewil bru..he,., o - Mrs. Harold Pendell New Worthy Matron Of Martha Chapter Mrs. Harold Pendell a SPO- Lane teacher arr, d resident of e heney area, was eleeAed the new worthy mmren of Marflxa chapter OES at the regular meeting on Monday in the Masonic Temple. Harold Pendll, worthy pat- ton; Mildred Van Brunt, as- sociae matron; John Van Bruin, a,ssoclate patron; Mrs. Edwin Reed, secretary: Mrs. Henry Chase, treurer; Mrs. Ken aRovcay, conductress; aRd Mrs. Harold avvey, as- sociate matron were the line officers. Appo',mtive officers will be named a .inktal ,lotion ceremon- ies April 11 at the Moronic Temple. A to*al of 208 persons t- terrdd the Su.n,day pancake feed, which raised ftmds for the ESTRAL scholarship fund. The next meeting March 23 will be offieem night. LODGE NEWS Past matrons of Eastern Star will hold ,a dirmer meet- ing Monday in ,the Masonic Temple d.'g rom at 6:30 p. m. Hostesses will be Mrs. tel- den Chambers, M_vs. Grover Chaml.rs, Mrs. Francis Kuehl, Mrs. Della Grant, Mrs. R. D. Newton, Mrs. Peggy Dokken Mrs. D. G. Jerue. and Mrs. I-/arry H,am.. Job' Dau.ghtem Bethel met Tuesday evening. Plans were completed or the dance Sa urday in the City Hall. A bake sale will he held Saturday rrmrn,g at 9 a. m. t Gibson's d Safewa" stares. A memorl sevvee ws held for Suzumae Harvey, lmst queen from Bethel 23, and for Harold McKinley, pst associ- ate guardian of the Job's Daug,er m Washingmn. The net meethg Maruh 24 wi .be charter tit. r. and Mrs. Nelson Cordill took a number of the Cheney t of Job's Daughters members to Vancouver, Wash., far the weekend. They attend- ed the grand reception of the grand guardian, Virginia Streibie, Satmxiay. Going were Miss Kay (Maxiill. Sue Ham, Ruth Bell, Jecmifer Jordan. nd Mm Cardill. Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Monday at 1:30 p. m. in he Legion hall. Final plums for the disct conveaa2on in Che- ney March  wtl be made. Membem .al" requested to buy their convention lunch- can tickets t this me. Mrs. Irrrm Oonley s  Charge of ticket sales, leorts will be made on the finanees, insur- ance and routine business. Re- frestrmerts will eonehMe the aCternoon. Rebekah ldge wiH meet Wednesday evening in the I0- OF h,all. Noble greed Helen Larson is urmMe .o attend wh*ile recuperating from a brokei p. Mrs. Agnes Charl - ton will yreside. The Slrague Eastern Star led'ge will hotd public insl- lotion Wed, neay everfing in the Sprague asonic Temple. lary Lee Melville Adamson, matron, will preside. A dedica- tion o a lghted gift wll be made from LIoyd Ham. All Cheney members are invited to attend., CAMP FIRE NEWS Ta W Cinka Camp Fire group met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. R. B. Smith lo plan a "go as you are" party at EWSC's Gary Hall. The party was held Saturday with potluck dinner served to members and guests. " Fu.c,ssfu B winsses Advertise. SPINDLES & ]S" WHEELS PER DozEN $50.00. ALSO USED HOISTS WITH SUB- FRAMES AND USED WINCHES. MRS. PIERCE ELECTED HEAD OF TILICUM Mrs. Stanley Pierce was elected new president of Till- cure at the general member- ship meeting Tuesday eve- nin, g. The meeting was opened by Mrs. Oscar Jobrason, president, with the collect read by Mrs. C;a, rl Rudolp. The official "call" to the N. E. district converrtion April 4 in Pullman was read. DeAegates elected were Mrs. Jolmson and Mrs. Pierce. Mrs. W. Westerman ad Mrs. W. Baird are atternates. The state ,convenon will be May 1-3 in Seattle. Delegates elected were Mrs. Pierce arrd Mrs. Johnson. Alterrrates ,are Mrs. W. We ,termarr alrd Mrs. M. A. Mal- moe. Reports were made on the commundty service project for Sars. The mttseum, and the custodian on properties of the club, the Art Fes*ial, with the silver tea furrds for a mu- sic scholarship. Miss Pearl Banbuskirk, a freshman of EWSC arrd a pi- ano major, was present and was awarded the music schol- arsMp of $35 frown the club. The nominating committee reported on the new sate of ef.fiee: Mrs. Starfiey Pierce, president; Mrs. Warrer Wes- terman, vice preshdent; Mrs. M. A. MMmoe, secretary; Mrs. Starfley Herrdriks, treasurer. Mrs. Carl Rudotf, Mrs. Etta Presnell, Mrs. John Mamana- I wis, Mrs. Oscar Johnson are hold-overs .on. the.board o di- rectors. R was announced the state conventon will have a craft fir of handicrMt items and members will be urged .to pro- vide a collection, to enter. Afternoon Literary depart- merit has made a memorial gift to the Eliscopal church in memory of Virginia Dickinson. The meeting was held in the LuEhea church. Hand, craft and evemn,g literary de1rt- mertts were Imess groups. Thirty-nine were present from the ,six depamen o the dub. TILICUM NEWS American home department wi:tl entertain the husbands Tuesday with a no k0st dinner party. Held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Whi2uger, there will be a St. Patrick's theme in cotors ,and menu. Assisting wtl be Mrs. R. Wbodge, Mrs. F. J. Seha,deg, the cl,ub president and husband, will be 'speci'l guests. : . Mterneon literary depart- merit presented Mrs. H. K. Hos, sore in ,an Easter program on ladonnas Thursday ,t the home of Mrs. W Mohs. A one o'clock luncheon was served, with 'Mrs. ,R. D. Newton assisting. Mrs. Cecil Dryden re- viemed the book. "Women of Achievement." Inerratiolral education de- par&nent will meet Thursday at the home of Mlo Ball for a lrogram on South America. by Ruth Fuhrman. o GOOD CROWD AT STYLE SHOW The style, ow presented by the EWSC Dm-nea chtb Thu- dayy evening in Louise An- derson hall R)urrge was well atended. In ,a sett'mg of .spring flowers and ,organ mustc, the modets showed garments for all hours. Vo0al nmIbes were offered 'by Walter RyMs and Iaren Richardson avid ballet dances by Kathy Iherwood ad ,Margaret Mosman. Shop the easy way, Classifieds NEWS BRIEFS lVIss Flora Davidson enCe- rained as a ,house guest he pas two weeks her ,sister, Mrs. R. E. Webster, from Spring- field, Ore. Mrs. F. J. GrimmeSt re'turn- ed l,ast week f.'ron] Paste where she visited wi'th her so:n, Gary Grimmett. Milt Kelsey eelebraCed his 82nd birthday Friday a his home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dokken from Mica were Suncay din- ner guests of hs meher, Mm. Leon, nard Dokken. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Corfley, and Mr. artd Mrs. Arehie Baird sper Sunday in Spokane and[ attended the sho,,wmg of the[ 'Grand Ole Opry. ] Mrs. Mi/o Bail attended the] mnthl2 meeting ,of the Spo- I kane County Library Board Wedlesday.,, Mrs. Ball is the secreCary of the board. Mrs. MarUn Tollefxon re- turned over the weekend from the coast, where s,he spen four weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Ted Krmd, son. Then he spent a week with ,her son, Dan Tollefson, 'at Maple V'al- ley. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Scott and family and Mr. nd Mrs. Hugh Hart from Spangle spent Sun- day afternoon ,in Cheney a- ,tendirg the OES parmake feed. Mrs. Marion Bair en*ertlain- ed as weekend guests her son Jim and Chris Jones, both stu- denCs ,at WSU ia Pun. Miss Lillian Haft and her sister, Miss Harriet Hall, re- turned 1,ast week from Wen'a- ehee where ,they spent several weeks wih their sister, Mrs, Josphine Macgary, who is il. Mr. and Mrs. George Rey- nolds, Roseburg, Ore., spent the weekend in Cheney as guests of her brother, John Van Brunt. ]Vney were Satur- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sheaf. Mrs. Sam HaCh. w)ho sus- tained a broken .alde in a fll on ice, ts recovering at her home here. Mrs. Alfred Philip,s under- wet eye .surgery in St. Lukes hospital this week ,and will re- main in the hosgil during the week. Mrs. C. W. Atenander enter- ,tained her si,s.ter. Mrs. E. G. West of Spokane on Sunday at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher arrd two sons speatc the week- end in Oheney as guests o her par-r.ts, Mr. and Mrs. ]rn'egt Hart, re,tui'ning to their home in Bridgpor on Monday. , Mrs. C. W. "Alexander enter- tained a group of frien@s at a morning coffee Wednesday t her home. A musical program was presented. Mr. and Mrs. Hars Greeter Calgary, Alherta, were week- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson. Mrs. Grot is a n of Elmer and Melvin Anderson. Mrs. lM.na Larsen G,rott was a resident of this community ,before moving to Canada. They also called on Mrs. W. Groan of Amber and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Andev- son. The Crofts lef for Van- :ouver IV[onday moning for an ex"tended vacation: CAR Auxiliary To Meet Saturday General George Wriglt No. 8, ,auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, lnc., will meet Saturday at 1 p. m. in the American Legion ,h, all. Mrs. Ea Pelts .of Spokane wilt pre- side at the ,business sesvaon which wikl coasi of a firml practice before visitation of department officers. Mrs. Elmer Marsh, Mrs. Myr- tha Mill and Mrs. H. U. Kinz we hostesses. Pix Theatre NOW! Billy Wildet's Comedy Hit 34th week in Seattle; 52 Weeks in Los Angeles. 5 Big Days Left Fri., Sat., Sun., Mo,,, Tues. At Popular Prices 75c and $1 o00 RISCH COMPANY,,,oEDWARD L.ALPERSON 00BIRLEt r ] BILLY WILDER'S Ifi "n-,s Lit IS FOR TECHNICOLOR" PANAVI$10N* ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT 7:15 P. M. SPECIAL LATE 2ND SHOW SAT. 9:45 NOTE: SEE IT FROM THE START. ADULTJNTERTAINMENT  NOT A FOREIGN FILM , Sorority Pl Spokane Bta Gan1a, 10 a. m. at House, S. 25 kane VaUey. Hostesses cilie Bau'mp, man; Mrs. Cheney; Mrs. and Mrs. Anne karm; Mrs. Mrs. Elaine enport. Panel topic mation as it ture." Miss Nedm V'aey, amine Sutton Eaton a.nd from fie, Slokane dred Bosma, Clara Mlen ,ad Cheney. For All SHIRLEY PLAYS 'lRMA'--Shirley MacLaine has the rol'e of Y0 "Irma La Deuce," now playing an engagement at the Pix r Theatre. Jack Lemmon also stars in the comedy which will Pri.tin00 ;how through Tuesday night. 'Irma La Deuce' At Pix Needs In Theater's Last Movie ! The Pix Thetatre  elosi, ng will assume nmrrgem,ent after a week-iorg slmwing of the West Ertd Drive In April  Cheney "Irma La Deuce," Mnager Bill Kropp anmmced this week. [ "Irma La Dou.ce," with Jack Lemmon und Shrlesz MacLaie in featured roles, opened Wednesday and will run through Tuesday. The film is adult entevtainment and no orm urMer 18 will be acmitted. Lemmon arid MacLaine star- red together in "The Apart- re, err% = award-winmng show. ,,.m:'L i"Ima La Douce" is from the !stage comedy wihich set rec- ord runs in London, Paris and 408 FIRST ST. New York.  "is played, ac- cording to its producev, strictly for' laughs. It concerns the dilemma of a Paris policeman pyed by Lemmon, who le,ads a raid on A00nouncing premises which Sfirey fre-  i quents, .and a]]s in love with * * l her. :':: They get married, .too, but not before a series of back- A former associate and street characters have their say :ard do their turns, of H. D. Walker, Bernard J The Pix, ,Kpp said, wiB be closed irde,finitey, fter being will continue to carry :on: the le; reopened since 1,ast fall. Kropp A veteran who tends in the offices in Cheney and school full time under the G. it has been done in the past. I. Bill may receive a Waining allowance of as much as $160 a month from the Veterans Mr. Gallagher has been a Admin.istatioa, if he has two or more dependents, the State Bar Association is an efficient and highly ney. GOLDEN' JUBILEE and OPEN HOUS St. Rose of Lima Catholic Sunday, March 15, 2 to 4 p. THIS DIOCESE OF SPOKANE. THE MOST BERNARD J. TOPEL, D. D. PH D. iS BISHOP DIOCESE. IS THE GOLDEN JUBILEE OF THE CATI The Open House is in accord the spirit of the ecumenical Co (that the church be more out- her religious Ai the OPEN HOUSE, Pastor Father Brennan w = phvsical aspects of the Catholic Ch .., ,., n cORq@ a .',olv VVater Fonts, Baptismal Fonts, Confess \\;-/ay Of the Cross, the Votive Candies and the S.crifice. Father Brennan will give a demonstration Mass to point out the underlying meaning of the of the Mass. EVERYONE IS INVITED TO THIS GET-ACQUAII OPEN HOUSE.