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0000lCalholic Church [ |,,,ople, Spots In The Newsi IPlans Open House - Sunday Afternoon COLUMBIA dean of engineer- ing, Dr. John Dunning, split atom using this cyclotron 25 years ago. School is celebrat- ing its 100th anniversary. II HE 'NOSE' how to keep it warm, does Johnny Falzone of Raleigh, N.C. .I " :. - :i!::" " " .. SWISS STYLE -- Even the horses en laying the snowy going in Switzerland, apparently, as this scene from a race at Arosa attests. i i i i i Walerfowi Display Set At Turnbull For Wildlife Week The manager of the Turn- btfll National Wildlife Refuge, Earl M. Brooks, announces Na- tional Wildlife Week, March 15-21, and joins ,the Naimml Wil.4iife Federation i spn- spring his ,amal tio, education proj'et. has rocen,fly,t.lv hbeen ,d near e Tttvnb Rege headquatevs, jst 6 miles soullh of Gheney. Amahs the bivd .rio be seen e .e wb.it- made to fuI'l:ffll zoo requests throughout.the coun'y s well as for display pools at many ruges, incl,udg the Turn- buH Refuge. Individuals ,anxl organiza- tions inCerested in cooperating in conservati edueaon pro- jeers .and desiring more infor- mation, should contact sale "ildlife Week e,an, Ed tticks, 10514 N,oth Pak Ave- hue, Sea{tle 33, Wash. 98133. Barnts 48 48 3 M's & C 44 52 Refugees 42 54 Strugglers 411/z G4:t/ [ Dis Ables 2263; Go Macs 808; Lee Ablema 210. 534 ; Pat Goodwin 178 ; I Eloise Goodwin 495. Bowlercttt M M M Drive Ir 67 33 Hilicrest Fillies 62 38 We tern Auto 52 48 A "get aeqtmined" ogen house for ealoes and non- caAlics will be held Sunday at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church. "The open ./muse will give a good ogpovttmity to those who may be arts, curiously inter- ested in the physical aspects of the Ca tholl!ic clmrch," Fath- er William Brennan said. The Ctlmti'c BiShop of the Docese of Spokane, he ex- plained, has .asked every par- ish in ea=stern Washn,gton to hold the open houses. The event is being staged to coin- cide wih the Gol, den Jubilee of 'the Diocese. "But more importaHt," Fath- er Brennan said, "the open house is in accovd wh the spirit of the Ecume,nJcal Coun- cil, that the church be more outgoing in brirtging .her re- lgious message to men." Use of Holy WaCer, the Con- fessioaal, the Way of the Cross, Vess,es ad Vestments of the Mass will be demonstrat- ed and explained. At 3:15 p. m. Father Bren- nan wil give a deaed expla- nation of: the, Mas& He will give a rurmitg commentary as he goes through e action o the lass. It will no be a Mass but a dernonst{ion of the physical actions of the Mass to pin out its underlying nleanng. "This denontratin Mass should be of as much irtterest and instruction to Catholics as to those friends they may bring to the open hmme," he said. "If you have even been sin- cercly curious about a Oath- ol@ mass, please feel most welcome to come and see," Father Brenna,n said. Duo Piano Recital Here This Evening A duo piano recital featur- ing Dr. James Edmonds, East- ern Washirgton State Ctlege assistart professor of music, and Mrs. J..mes Stevens, Che- ney, will be ,presaged by the coll, ege's division of cxea,tive arts tonight (Frl@a). The 8:15 p. m. program will be in Sbowalter Audmum oa the EWC rptm in Ceney and is open to the lbRc wit- out charge. A grdua,te of Obafline Con- seratory of Music and &he University of MiChigan, Dr. Edmonds Ires ,p as s01o- is with fihe Slkane Sym- 275 Enter Open Age Swim Meet A .totl of 275 contestants are expected .to enter he Am- ,tmtr Athletic Association-sanc- tiormd open age simming meet to be .held at he East- ern W'ashingtan State Co,llege Fieldhouse pool Saturday and Sumiy. The eyeing, for age,s 6 through 17, is sponsored by the Eastex WaShinn Recrea- tion Association, Novma.n Stone, meet manager, said. EnVies trove been received from swim clubs in Havre, Mo.; cMinnvil'e, Ore.; Seat- tle, Wa,la Walla and Yakhna. The Spokane Swim Club is also entered, Stone said. PreRmtrrary e,vens will start at 9 a. m. each day, with fin,al, s s,arting at 2 p. m. One- .a,rd three-meter diving will be held between preliminaries and fina,ls each day, Stone said. Local swimmers etered are Sttsan Murphy, Jhn W addi:ng- ton, Tom Stone, Bob Stone, Peggy Steinor, Joe Graves, or, Dick Sterner, Joe Graves, Mike Grave& :h Hagelin, Ia, re Grown' :*Ken Rado, Debe Kirg;,a,nd Tim Mor- lan. Windsor Chapel Welcomes Pastor The Windsor Bal.ist ChageL tocted o, the corner of Hal- I left and Assembly streets, rec- ently welz)omed their new pas-  L? pastor, he Rev. R. B. Jamie- son. Rev. Jamieson comes from Oak Harbor, where he served the ps:t four years. The Windsor C'apel is a Mission of the First Baist church of Airway Hei,gh and is one of 11 Bapedst churches in the Spokane area affilmted with the Souhexn Baptist Oonvenfion. With the coming of the new pastor he Chapel lms an- n,ounced a eh,age in the time of the Su'nday morning ser- vices beginning March 15 as fo'ows: Sunday School," 9:45 and Worship services 11 o'- clock.. 1 CHENEY HOT LUNCH I arch 16 -- Tna,to soup,/ toasted meat sandw.ich, pearl pleand cottage cheese sa]d, aP-lcrunch.  AllnOlcin [ March 17 -- irish sweep- stakes, corn O'Brien, St. Pat- Tick's Day salad, apple qu.ar- ter and ice cream. March 18  Chili, green salad, checote ros, peach- Change of Owne as. March 19 -- Pork chow mein over fl,uffy rice, carrot s tcks, banana ,log and raisin bread. Ma.rch 20 -- macaroni and cheese, stewed tomatoes, pea- nt cup, cabbage, pin,eappte, marshmallow salad, baked apple. Pipe Line Operation Explained At Rotary C. V. Baxter, president of the Salt Lake Pipe Line com- pany, told the R0ary Club at its Tuesday meeting of the An Easterner was being operation of the pipe line that idriven by hs anvher friend tanspor refined pleum [ over a barrens, blistering products from Sal. Lake to ststch of West Texas ra, nge- Paseo and Spokane. land Suddenly a ffaudy bird scuttled across he o,ad in front of their car, and the Easterner asked la,t it was. "That's the Brd of Para- dise," he was irffovmed. The Easterner rode aong in silenoe for a moment, then re- plied: "Pretty on.g way from home, isn't he?" Job's Daughters Bake Sale Sat. Mar. 14 9:30 a. m. Gibson's Thrift Store The line, 704 mies long, delivers 14,000 brrels per da ino Spokane. While the company is a subsidiary of Stand, ad Oil f California, it is a common carrier and car- ries products" for other com- pa,nies as well. Baxter reviewed the devel- opmen't of the odl industry, stressing the transportaion side .of the brininess. He ex- phined ,how he various petro- leum products are ,ladled. MINNIE FAIRE SERVICES HELD Funeral services for Mrs. mm . F+re, ong-time resident f Charley, were held on Montay. t( "'rill fetlmved t Mt. Hope ceme.tey, Wash. The Rev. Ronald G. Nothdurf ofieiaed. Mrs. Faire had made her home in Spokane ,Valley, after CHENEY HIGH AUDITOR! MARCH 19 AND 20 - 8 P. M, Adults 50c Stt Cheney Implement Co., known as Raklifle Implement been purchased by Mr. and McMiilan, Cheney, Wash. and Mrs. Ernest McMillan, Cheney, The business will be operated under a John Deere dealership present force: Ronald Rehn-Manager Richard Melville-Sales Bob Spanier-Parts and Fred Wesselman-Shop Otto Roth-Service Ernest Johnson-Service Office and parts are located in building next to the shop on the ery lot on west end of town. Cheney Implement Phone 235-6678 ling and trumpeter swats common Caaa, Weter area- aria, lesser nada, and cack- ling Chaada geese; srmw geese, Ross geese, anal White- froneul geese. The presence of &hese spades together will a,lso a1 hunters ,to make vahtble eomparisous for iden- tifiion, since the hunting of cecaJ species is forbidden by law. The display should prove a worthT adclm to "Oudaov Recreation," which is the the;me for t,'s year's Nation Wilffe Week. The  f the Portland Zool,'oal '   makes pickups of ei, ppled wntarfovl from-rea'e  .lmnang sson: Ta ' rehab'flRae these bird or dispy purposes, a "v,,n of the o pro- vide profeson assistance. Disposition of e birds is ALLEY ANTICS Oaea Bdea Fire Deltrment 77 81 Christian Church 64 44 1, O. T. C. 65 68 Hacienda G3 55 Outlaws 52 56 Nabisco 491,. ,8 Free Press 42 66 Brown & Holtar 89 681 Brown & Halter 2888 ; Outlaws 1019 G. Forum 652; F. Nataf 214. 50:'dock Mixed Splits & Mists 57 464 Pin Pals 65 4'/ Comets  49 Sure Fires 52 61 Amberites 50 G4 Ringadings 49 64 Clverts Reserve 48 56 S & W 476z 56, Ringudings 2389, 826; Wally Beard 544 ; Bill Stiffler 204 ; Dorothy Maa- terson 482, 169, Koff Kup Keglcr . I. Jones 65 41 Four Question Marks 64 42 Shirt Tales 53 42 B Plus 60 46 Corny Cobs 46 49 Pill Rollers 44 $2 S. O. G. 4g 53 Krazy Kate 38 8 G. I. Janes 2122, 751; Jean Laube 207. 548. Timber Toppers -- Juniors Team 4 30 14 Team 3 28 16 Team 1 16 28 Teara 2 14 80 Team 4 1399, 499; Jerry Flikke 186; Ror Miekelson 450. Timber Toppers -- Bantams Bench Warmers 25 17 Aces 21z 201 Rats 20 22 Skunky Stinkers 17/ 24 Skunky Stinkers 840 (2 games), 464 ; Nicky Miller 139; Susie Dyck 246 (2 games). Chaey Automotive Higgins & Henderson 69/._, 34/ AI'a Chevron Station 68+ 35/2 Cheney Auto Parts 53 G1 Virgil's Enco Station 49 G Sunset View Ranch 48 56 Browr & Halter 45 56 AI's Auto Parts 42/ 61 Hillcrest Stables 41/s 62 Higgins & Henderson 3116, 1092; WiN ]is Mother 647, 233. Wednesday Mixed Dis Ahles 58 88 Go Mats 51 45 J. G,s' 50 46 Four Samos 49/ 46t Cheny Lanettes 48 61az IGA Bairs 451 54 l& : Cheney Homes 43 56 Pinehurst Motel 41 59 Holmes Hardware 391/2 60 Oheney Lanettes 2425 w/h; Pinehurst i Motel 882 w/h ; Shirley Loomer 527 wo/h; Shirley Loomer 214 wo/h; Sa- vallah Willms 213. Fireball (Yheney Bowl 69 39 L O. O.F. 59 49 ptmrff Orchestra, has aeom- panied many outstanding vocal ,and instrumental soloists. Mrs. Stevens, a graduate of EWSC, has a master o music degree from Eastnan School o Music and s a fovrner piano teacher in *he Spokane sckools. moving from Cheney a few years ago, Where she died last week. She was 'a member of the Women's Relief Corps of the George' Wglt chapter at Cheney and the Mthodist church in ,e Valley. Survivors are wo daught- Lutheran Church 68 0 Th recital is he thi,rd we- Bill Hatch Trophy 57 51 Jones' 'Resort 501  sented by the pair and will Beehive ,:-, 501 676, ! I System Amusement  49 l& 58 x& + Poor Boys 38 691fl 1 Ike Ledbetter picked 8, 7, I0.. [ System Amusement 2908, 1053; George Scholar 213; Bob ]gnvight 578. featu:re selections by Bach, Braas and Arerky. Read the classifiedsIt pays! Art Point Invitations can help make your Im- portant everg a wondtl successl Invltadon that wtll add quality and odal correctness to your wedding. e.rs, Mrs. Will, tam Bozavth, Spokane, and Mrs. Charles Hat- ten,burg, of :Seattle; two sons, tyat Faire, Wasco, Ore., and Forest Faire, Man.roe, Wash., ad 18 gvandlildren. Virginia Counenay'6 edqueRe, booklet "Now that you are Io be MasHed" ontalns many helpful suggestions and intl. mare chk-chat on important social customs before and after the wedd|n. Each bride-to-be may have g op; Call for ),outs. Cheney Free Press Aria s,+,w,v Patronize Your NO SALEII What if your advertising message were to be delivered to your customers in newspapers print- ed with disappearing ink? 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