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Page 4 Cheney Free Press F&apos;klay, March 19, 1965 'r 8 Unit Motel Family Units Single Units Playground June's Beauty Shop Permanents 6.50 up TUES.-FRI. 9-5 SAT. 9-3 Evenings By Appointment ALL BRANDS Grocery Store Products, Fresh Fruits, etc. Barber Shop 1.25 HAIRCUTS 8a. m.-7 p.m. At The Mapleleaf Motel Across from Geiger Field On Highway 10 TE 8-1223 IIII IIII Mother's Ring A frankly sentimental gift she'l| cherish forever. Twin bands of 14 carat gold sym- bolize mother and father joined by synthetic stones of the month. Mother's Ring One Child $25.00 Each Additiona Child $5.00 plus tax SMITH Jewelers 235-6312 I 408 1st Street Cheney II II I LEGION WOMEN HEAR TALKS ON IMMUNIZATIONS The American Legion Auxil- tar3' met at the home of Mrs. Fred Hoyt on March 10 with the business meeting conduct- ed by Mrs. Ernest Harr. Contri- tmtions were made to CARE arid The Four Chapl,. The pogram was on Costa Rice. 1VLr. s. Carl Herdrieks, child welfare chairman, explained changes made i,n the immuni- zaion program which ix hehi monthly .at the Legon ha1 in cooperation with the Spokane county hea,lth depaztment. There will be no more imu- niaions for ,children tmdr 6 moths unless already started. In at case they wi be coa tinued until completed. Oral polio vaccine will be given to children up to the age of 18 years. Adults will con- iaue to receive polo shots. The next immunization clin- ic wll ,be hed on March 27th. The county extenso depart- me,rt will have an, agent pres- ent to demonstrate preparation of economy meals using sur- plus foods. The public is cor- dially invited. CHURCH NEWS BAPTIST CHURCH The Cheney Baptist church will have a Constitution Day in the church assembly roon Sun- day, March 21, at 2:30 with pastor Amick G. Clampe in .charge. He wifl be assisted by Baptist pastors of Spokane. Everyone is welcome o attend. Special music will be presented by Mrs. Vrgfl Mler, voc'ltst. Potluck Dinner Set A Sunday potluck dinrm will 'be held at ,the Chewed, .bap- tist .chtwch Sunday, Marcth 28, :at 12:3'0. Members, rehtives and frierds: may ,hrin a cov- ered dish and a salad, or hot dish ,and cake. The diamer will he to,owed with music and feowshkp. Mrs. Berr=iece Bergoff s ctmiammn of the din- ner, ower avran,gements, etc. Mrse. 3oyce Ohampe is pianist. IIIII CHURCH YOUTH HAVE CAR WASH The junior ,gh school youth group of the :Methodt church held a successu vat- wash (m Saturday, March 13, at a down- own service station. (:hmlyn Pomp, president, arid mebers had so[icited cars durh]g the week. Ken Gateway rM DI I-Iardie were directors with al members on the job. The qu, arterly meeting of the Methodist church ,membership commiion was hem Wednes day evening, March 17, at the ome ,of Mrs. A. B. Curt&n. , chairman, with 15 peseat. Mrs. Ted Freemn assisted. Busi- ness ircluded repoa'ts, caling arid survey of newcomers in Cheaey. A chuh betterment quiz vas held. The youth group activities and a'uns were reviewed ,by Ke Ga,oway and A. B. PhiUips .reported 12 new members. DR. SHARI SPEAKS , Dr. Skai spoke on "Educa- tion 'of Women in Iadia" at the regular PEP lurreheon meet- ing arch 17 at the home of Mrs. Mark Ratclf re. Mrs. Wil- ,lm Mobs was assistm't has- tess. II I I Home, Garden, Livestock Chemicals AND FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS AT Grange Supply Co. 18 UNION ST., CHENEY I II I I I I I IIIII III Hrs. Warren Westerman Is Elected President OF Tilicum Club March II Mrs. Vv'arret Westernan was elected president o,f Tilicum club at the general member- ship meeting on Thursday eve- ning, arch 11. The Aterroon Literary delaarment members were hosts in the youth center of the Meth.odist church with 26 present. Mrs. Stanley Pierce, presi- dent, conducted the business meetirg for .rep0vts on mus- e,urn silver tea, Sars Com- munity service contest and the N. E. district sewing cantest which several Cheneyites en- te'ed. Mrs. William Geschke was reinstated as a member. Other Officers The nominating committee reserted the state ,of officers CAROL MARSH'S BETROTHAL TOLD Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Marsh announee the engage- ment and forthcoming weddin of their daughter C:aol Kath- ryn to Charles Featherstone, son of Mr. and Mrs. C!harles Featherstoe of Cleveland, Ohio, and Juneau, Ahska. Carol Marsh The bride-elect is a grad- u,ate of Gheney lgh school and wll gradtmte from WSU at PuIman in May wit a de- gree of psyclmlogy. The bride- gxoom-eMet wJl alo gra4uate from WSU in May wish a de gree of Military Sciencel as a dst'ingumhed miltta student and will be comoned in the Army then. The enCagemont was an- notmed at 0arol's W I qov.s . dinner, where the bleS were cengea'ed with bridal beqtt ,of 'pink roses tied with silvdt comphmented by pink canes. A family eagagem.en party was hdld .at the lmme of,her parents tat Amber on Feb, 14. T/m wedding hs been set for June 6. OES Past Matrons Had Monday Meeting The Past Mtrons chtb of OES .held  dinaaer meetin n Monday, March 15, in the Ma- sonic temple dirin, g room. Serv'mg as hostesses were Mrs. O. E. JOhnson, Mrs. Jane Mrgan, Mrs. Ptfl Jeffrey, Mrs. V. M. Hughes, Ms. Edwin Reed, Mrs. George Fisher, Mrs. Peggy Dokken, Mrs. J. S. Lane ad Mrs. Dela Grat. A Short business meeting ws conducted by M. Dick loos, president with re and discussion, of plans for the May meeting. WORKDAY SCHEDULED The United Curch of Christ will ilmve a meeting Sunday, larch 21, at 6:30 p. m. for the youth fetowShip goup, wih a talk by A1 Ogden. The group has .soheduld a work day for Saturday, ,lVhrch 20, to do yard work or lmusewk. GRANDMOTHERS PLAN MEETING The Gramlmothers clb wiU meet on Thu,rsday afteaoo lh 25 at the .home of Mrs. Wgan ,Bryan, for a desse party arm en.tertaent. I II I | II SEE The All New NOW ON THE SHOW ROOM FLOOR Brown and HolterChevrolet CHENEY III II III [ I [ [ L-- who were elected with Mrs. Westerma: Mrs. Earl Mops, vice president; Ms. lalph Ste- vens, re,cording secretary; Mrs. F. J. Schadegg, treasurer; board members Mrs. E. S. Ras- endal, Mrs. Wally Beard, Mrs. M. A. Malmoe and holdover Mrs. Stan Pierce. InstaBation will be held May 18. 'The N. E. distct call letter was read for the sprirg con- vention to be hem in arie,ld on April 10. Delegates ave Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. We.steirma:n and ,alternates Mrs. Mops mad Mrs. Rosendal. Delegates to the state conv.en'ton to be held in Spokane ,on May-10, 11, 12 at the Ridpath were Mrs. lierce ad Mrs. Westerman, with M- terrmtes Mrs. Ralph Stevens and Mrs. George lisher. It ws also rert'ed that Tilicum dub will be in charge of the g,and reception at the state! convention at the Ridpah May 12. To Give Scholarship The club will lresert a s'chol:arsihip to a Cheney high school girl who will attend EW- SC, in the amount of the tuition fee for one quarter, awarded at the gvaduati:on in eary June. } Mrs. Mark Rateliffe represent- led her piano student Leanne! KAREN LOUISE WERHAN Mr. and Mrs. Hareld E. Wet. han of Rt. 1, Spokane, have announced the engagement of their daughter Karen Louise to Mr. Kenneth G. Bleeker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Garry P. Bieeker of Rt. 1, Spokane. Their engagement was an- nounced at a recent party. No wedding date has been set. Luah Horizon Group Honors Mrs. Hilton Girls in the Luah Horizon Camp Fire Girls celebrated Natioral Camp Fire Birthday Helm in a program. Mrs. Mae Week with ,a speeial birthday ivan Scoyc, clmirman ef the party at the borne of their hostess department, was assist- leader, Mrs. Ted Stahlborn. ed by Mrs. Carl Rudolf and The girls herd a cake decor- Mrs. H. N. Strormch in serving sting class with Mrs. Pat Con- dessert with Mrs. Start Pierce rath as instructor and then pouring, called in Mrs. tarl Hilton to Share the cake with them, cele- brating her 30 years of Camp Fire membership. Camp Fire Girls all over the ati, on are celehrang Nati, onal Birthday Week fron March 15 to 21. Cheney groups wil end the week's activities with church attendance on Sunday, March 21. Stewa rts Report On Southern Trip Mr. and Mrs. Clyde StewaTt spent so,venal days i.n Phoen whie on their southe'n .p. iThey cled on relatives a i Mrs. Dorothy Reed and other 'frieds. On Sunday they were din, ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Slavrm. Mr. and Mrs. J, okn Banks were guests, also. On March 2 Mr. a,nd Mrs. Stewart took the Slaves to the apan,ese f 1 o w e r g, arde,rs where there are acres of fl,0v- ers in bMom. I They went to South .Moun- tair Park, :the hrgest mtmiei- pal park in the world,,,-- dxve to the ,tookout point where they coukl see the city, and al su,rvotmding country. Mrs. Stewart served unch tn aeir luxurious camper. They left W,ednesday fr Blythe, Calif., to meet friends nd go to ]Udve,  Dam and other paco. They '/rod been in Cafornia and ,saw many :more friends inuding Mr. and Mrs. V, ance Frsier and son at La Mesa. Royal Neighbors Entertain Guests At their meeting on Monday Cheney Royal Neighbors wel- comed guests from the Spo- kane ad Spa,gie lodes. Firml pMns were made for the district convention in Ritz- vflle Marc, h 29. Mrs. Olive Swe- gle was selected o act and Mrs. Etta Presnell on the reso- lutions. Mrs. Marie Colfley, past .district oracle, will attend from Cheney. The memariM service for the district  be Wen by six Chermy ,members with Irma Cordey chirnmn. Per capita fee, lun, ehean tickets and raas- pertation were ,errS. Re- 1morsel ws hem for tm mem- orial with Ms. Alin,a Mmri- son 'from pokne as organist. The ,draping of the charter )yes rehearsed by Spangle m. bes. RereshmenCs in the St. Pat- ricks theme were served by Mrs. Juanita No, on and Ma's. Vivian thrvey. TILICUM NEWS American Home degoxtment entertained the husbands ,as guests at their meeting oa Tuesday eveniag t the ,home: of Mr. :and Mrs. Pete Montague. Assisting hostesses were  .Mrs. Clm es Booth and Mrs. (Yprles S. Special guests were the Tili- cure president and her hs- band Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pierce. Thirty4ouv members and guests were prese fur the potluvk dinner and entertain- mont. Afternoon Literary depart- ment will hod a hmehe(m meeting on MarCh 25 at the ,home of lVI. W. J. Corr. The program will be gideon by a guest speakor, Mrs. Edwin Dummeier, on i vecent world travels. Mrs. H. N. Stlxxaeh wi present her and Mrs. Mac V'an Seooe will prcde for business. Handicrafts will meet n Tuesday evenin Mvc,h 23 at the ,home of Mrs. George Nich- ols. &rtifieal lilies and srnek- ed lmts are the proect. JOBIES TO MEET A reguhr meeting of J(b's Datghters will be held Mach 23 in the Masone temple with Queen Jermifer Jordan presid- ing. An initiation wR1 be held and cha,rter night observed. Job's Daughters Are Medical Lake Guests Bethel 17 of Job's D,au.ghters vited Bethel 26 at Medical Lake on Thursday eveng, Maa, ch 11, for the visitation of the ,grand guardian, Mrs. Doris Gurney, and associate gtmrd- ion, Harold T. Caig. Twelve members and four of the ar- din counl made the trip. On Monday, March 15, i.' Lambert, grrd rrepresentative of Idaho, with her mother and Senior Princess Ane Stahl- born aCtended the Bethel 7 meeting in Coeur d'Alene. The sta,te convention for Washington wU1 be :held i,n, We- natchee June 16, 17, 18. Star Ladies Plan Coming Installation At the Marina cbalater OES meeting on Monday, arch 22, yearly reports wifl be given since this is the last meeting of the term, and plans' for i stlation on Alril 10 will be made. Bethel 17 of Job's Daulrters be guests .and exemplify the ,openkrg and elOsin of the Bethel. Reception  follmv. LIONS CLUB The Li,' dub held a dinner meeting Wednesday 'at the CI- lege Inn. Business was cortctuct- ed by Lynan Johns<m Jr., the president, ,and reports made on assistrg in funds for Girls StaCe candidate. REBEKAH CLUB TO MEET MARCH 24 The Rebekah DWYC cfub will meet on Wednesday - .nloon, March 24, at the 'home off Miss F}orerc Rue. A dessert arid games w,ll be ejoyed with a brief bu,sneas meetag. Mrs. Harry Holmes Returns From Visit Mrs. Iarry Q. Holmes re- turned home over the weekend after a number of weeks in Pomeroy with her sister-in-law Mrs. Archie Bolmes, following the funeral .of Mr. Holmes there recently. Going on to Walls she visited a ,sister and family, Mrs. Eugene Hull, and attend- ed the 61st wedding anniver- s,ary ,of ,an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J.ohn Tayk>r. The cele- brati.on iacltMed a family din- nor served t the Taylor ,home by their children, followed by an afternoon open house. Mrs. Hale Attends Meeting in Yakima A Royal Neigh, bars meeting of WaShingtan state deputies concerning irttran.ce ws held in Yakima on Tuesday to Thursday of this week. Mrs. Milard Hale, a deputy of Che- ney ,area, attended with Mrs. Alvina Merrison of Spokane. 1 session were held at the Chinook hotel with Mrs. Nora Darfforth stpreqne director o,f Yakima, in charge. Mrs. Chris- tine Porter, Chel,an state super- visor, assisted. WSCS TO MEET TUESDAY, MARCH 23 The WSCS women of the Methodist church will meet on Tuesday, March 23, ,at 1:30 p. m. in the church. A film on United Nations will be shown by Mrs. E. H. Wagoner; devo- tions, Mrs. Hrve Jordan, and refreshmerts, Mrs. Jim Moor- man, Mrs. W. J. Carr and Mrs. Flora Ruler. DINNER HONORS SHIRLEY BERGL( A birthday Mrs. Shirley en Surd, ay at the arid Mrs. W. Guests inchided Richard Beroff 4 Mrs. Afice Niekell, off and chi}dren Arm and Billy .of nor ,of OES past Mrs. Robert chi}den from the weekend in her parerts Mr. Bower. Ms. Marion a ,few days last ,her son im Miss Chris Jones. Mrs. A. M. tained Monday ardsor and Mrs. WiUiam sos Mike nd k, ane vallle% the day fishing at Mr. ,and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. attended =na picnic on Feb. Mountain Park Thee were over they managed to few people they ing Mr. and Mrs. Yakima, who Cheney and wh, a nix for ,a short Mrs. Clara valley spent the with ler ter Mr. and Mrs. an. On Saturday were guests of Dan Maggs and !for dinner mad attended the  hreakfast in the Mr. and Mrs. NEWS BRIEFq jtertained as ..... -." , I guests their roya.a t:omey returnee ] family Mr. and borne over the weekend from lKin,g of Oooort Deaconess hospid, where he[Mrs" Mffo'.bal urderwent major surgery roe- lane and .sors enly. His callers on Sunday red Harr}s. were Mr. and Mrs. Kennech Mrs. Cordey and friends, rained as Mr. ,and Mrs. Kenneth Mc- Call and family wen to Croak on Sunday to visit his mother Mrs. Sadie McCa,ll, who is i at .he home of a daughter Mrs. H. Batgh. ,Mr. nd Mrs. Ted Freea entertained ,as Sunday d.rmer guests their two daughters and eight graadhildren, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Caudil md Mr. and Mrs. Kerrn,eith Jalmson off Sp kane. The veoaion ee2ebLed the .sixth birthday of Gaff Cau- dill with a decorated cake and candles for dessert. Also ce- bated was the birthday of Ted Freeman. Mrs. Roscoe. Mvison and Mrs. Stela Eagle from Spo- lae were visitors in Cheney Morda,,, 'and attended the Roy- al Neighbor mee. Mr. and Mrs. Mrd I-hle and family spent Sunday in Spokane a n,nr ,guests of Mr. zd Mrs. WiUiam Spence attd mily. ,Mr. ,and Mrsl Ernest Ha spent Tuesday aftern, eon in Spokane at the home of their son ,arid family, Mr. ,d Mrs. Keith Hart. A baby shower was hem in the afternoon wMch imrmred Mrs. Keith Herr. Miss Charlotte Long, Mrs. Charles Sale, Mrs. Zela Lee arid Mrs. Kyle WoLfe from Spo- kare spent Monday everfirg in Cheney and attended the din- Used TV's FOR SALE OR RENT $25 AND UP SERVICE CALLS ........ 1.50 SEE Jim's TV Service In The Afternoons FIRST ST., CHENEY ACROSS FROM BROWN &HOLTER PHONE 235-4135 guests :her son bets .and his Al&en Cross of Mr. ,and Mrs. entertained as fright guests George ters from Moses N Have your filled at where you can glasses will be rect--exactly orders. We sei'ection of styles for men children. All made by fitted by OPTI( James W. 405 Madison UTILITY RATES WATER RESIDENTIAL RATE Miaimttm charge for 500 Chbie..Feet $2.50 Next 2,500 C. Ft. at $0.15 per 100 Cu. Ft. Ne 7,000 C. Ft. :at $0.12 per 100 C'tt. Ft. All over 10,000 C, Ft. at $0.085 per 100 Cu. Ft. Above hages based on a /4-inch meter. One Cubic foot equa 7% gallons. Vater meters are n read during the winter mantles, a,pgroMnmtely November 1 to April I, depending n weather condi- tion. Your nmnthly minimum $2.50 pay- nmnt pays for 500 C. Ft. You will be given credit for this each month ,and billed for any excess during he winter nmnths with the first spring ,meter reding and billing. Sewer Ohage $2.25 per month. Grbge Charge $1.15 per month aor oue can up to 32 gallons, cec+u weey. Each ,additional can $0.10 per pickup. lates for trash, leaves, etc. and pickup oftener than once .a week available at the City Office. Al cans must have ,handles. No barres allied. Light and water meters .are rad between the 15th and 22rid of each month and the bill rendered the first of month. Light, water, sewer and b'flled on one postcard bil. LIGHT RESIDENTIAL First 50 kh used per monfr $ Next 50 kwh used per month Ne 200 k'h used per month Next 400 kwh ,used per month. ( Over 700 kwh used per kwh ,Minimum montixty charge month or fraction thereof. One kh--1000 watts, or 100 watt lamp bu.rn. in, g 10 All tenan are required to pay posit upon application for servlee. fundable and may be applied 9r your service la dlacontinued. The first steps tn the above at a higher rate per KVCH, to provide operating costa and matntermnce of Ii a high standard of service. The overall ; are among the lowest in the Nation cost to the reidertlal Consumer is $ hour. Each appliarce added uses all cheaper rates. For example, the bill $2.75, 300 KWH ts $4.75, 700 KWH is hours used over 700, costs you just 7 KWH. 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