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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, March 20, 1964 ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA LODGES PLAN CONVENTION HERE Roal Neiglbors of America' Lodges of the Irtd Empire will convene in (eney March 31 in the city hall for an all- day session and school of in- struction. Mrs. Roydl Coafley, oracle, will preside, ,assisted by Mrs. lillard Hate, deputy, and Mrs. A. B. Cutting, recorder-secre- tary. The 19 officers are se- lected from .the nine ledges which will take part. ttegistra- ion will be ,at 9 a. m., the morning session at 10 a. m. Dis- tinguished guests will be Mrs. Nora Danford, Yakim'a, su- preme director; Mrs. Christine Porter, state supervisor from Chelan, and Mrs. Miktred Ma- lone, Wena.tehee, sta, te oracle. They wit,1 be honored guests for .the convention. District deputies to attend are Mrs. Hale, Mrs. Ernest Pappas, Mrs. Roscoe Morrison, Spokane,. and Mrs. Georgia Hulbert of Eureka, Was. Tle welcome a.d4vess will 'be given by Mrs. Iva Ki:cshhofer of Sprague arid the response by Mrs. T. C. Wurth, Spokaate. Election of the new tiaae of- ficers will be pt of the morn- irrg session wflh inaction in the Mternoon, ,and .the memor- in.1 s,rvice. A oon luncheon M_S. NORA DANFOt Supreme Director will be ,hold  the  hall for 110 women ttending. i Hope Camp (Yaeney aud Li'b-, ery Camp of Strangle are the hos%ess ledges. The convertton is ,he 94h annual district meeting and is ,annually held lion of new officers by Mrs. Danfo,rd, followed by a coffee houa'. Local lodge members who have been pl,anning this meet- MRS. CHRISTINE PORTI State Supervisor ia Spokane, Odessa, Ritzville, Opportuni.ty, Stmrgle or Che- ney. The Royal Ne/$1bars are their 64 year wit supreme ,headqua'ts in Daport, Ohio. The lodge das been in Cheey xxr 60 years. The ses- si, om wl dose with hmlla. CAMP FIRE NEWS Tami Wa Ya Camp Fire girls met Wednesday to study sym- bols and report ar the mint saM. Bttsiness included dec- thin of amw officers as ilows: pridert, :Gevi Pagem; .vice reside,  More- use; iv Dow; Karm Phm MRS. ROYDAL CONLEY District Oracle ing for the past few months are Mrs. Hale, Mrs. Cutting, Irma Contey, Mrs. William Lee and Mrs. Roydal Coniey. Mrs. Earl Moos J's chairmn of the coffee hours, assisted by members of he Spangle lodge. LODGE N EWS Several members of Martha chapter OES went to Loyal ch,apter of OES Sa,turday night at Medical Lake. Open instal- lation ceremonies were held thre with 150 attending. Go- ing from here were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pende11, Mr. and l Mrs. John Van Brunt, Mrs. A. B. Catting, Mrs. Peggy Dok- ken and Mrs. Harold Harvey. Twenty,eight pst matrons of Etern Star met at fhe M.asomc Temple Monday for a dimmr party. Mrs. Walden Chambers and Mrs. Harry Hampton were co-charrmn ,with .six other hostesses for the affair. The rrext meeting ks set for May 4, ,,lfieh will cormlude the year. Maha chapter OE; will meet Monday in he Masonic Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Ted1 Freoman Wili preside for the i final meeting of the year. : Pl,ans vila be made for the in- sllation on AW II and coanmittees _,pp_oted. This, ,will be fics.h:, the 18 0ffi:ei provide the erter- tainment and refrestmaens. Standing commiCtees will re- port and the Brahma P. Ohad- wick nursirg home project fin-i ished for the year at is meet- mechd 17 of Job's Daught- ers witl observe charter night Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. This will cerebrate their 21st anniver- sary. Queen Sue Iffmn win pre- side. The guardima,, Mrs. Nel- son CordiI1, 'artcl associa gtmrdan, wih che council members, will be .in charge of the refreshment hour. Reports wJil be made on the successful bake sle and d'ane hekt last Saturday. Rehelh ledge met Wednes- day evening in the IOOF hall, with Mrs. Agnes Ctrlon pre- siding. TILICUM NEWS Federated Clubs Plan Meeting The Northeastern District Federation of Womens Clubs will meet in Puman on April 4 for the 94h semi-annua'l convention. Held in the Pres- byterian, church on Stadium Way, over 100 cub wmen will attend. Dr. Herbert Wood of WSU will be keynote speaker on "International Affairs." He is a world traveler, lecturer ad author .of interrmtional histoa'y. Going from the Cheney Till- cure club will be Mrs. O. E. Johnson, Mrs. Stanley Pierce, Mrs. E. Reed and Mrs. A. B. Cutting. Cancer Drive Planned Here April is rm:tionM cancer m,onth witch all allied units participati'ng i,n a und raising crusade. In Cheney the date has been set for April 16 from 6 to 8 p. m. Mrs. Irma Coniey is cha,irman of the crusade drive, assisted by EWSC Spurs, Miss Gait Hehinen, chairman, and Itairtbow sorority, Miss Robin Wilier chairman. The Cheney cancer branch workers are Mrs. A. B. Cut- ling, Mrs. Milo BaH, Mrs. Stan- ley Pierce, Mrs. D. G. Jerue and 1V[rs. Conley. CHURCH NEWS The Methodist men's retreat was held last Thursday ad Friday at Zephyr Lodge on Liberty Lake. Going from Che- ney were Ken Gal$oway, John Van Brunt, Francis Kuehl, and, Mel Jones. They were joined by 100 other hymen o the church. Dr. Cecil Ristow was in charge of sessions. The women's society of the MeShodist church will hold the Circle meing on Tuesday afternoon a the home of Mrs. J. W. Carr. There will be n'o brininess meetings except re- ports. The program utudy will ,be in Charge of the chairman of programs, Mrs. Mac Van Scoyoc. The eve section of the society, whi'ch is being orgardzed, held .a meeting TueSday evening in he church. The yourg ads felwship ehs wi  dn Stmdy in the parsonage. Miss Fum_iko Makirto will prepare  Jpan- ese ,tea.for refreshments. She is a foreign, student t EWSC and sings "in fhe Metltodist ctmir. The Nazarene Curch wilt have Dr. Henry B. Wallin as guest, speaker or a week of special services. Dr. W.a]l'm will ld 'his first service th,is Sunday morning and will speak each night durin'te week of March 22,29. Th services be- gin ea, oh evening, exeeot Sun- day, at 7:30 p. m. On Sundy evening it will hogan at 7. The church choir of the Naz- arene Church wi'll be present- ing an Easter canta ar March 29 t 6 p. m Mrs. George Nich- ols is director of e char. The cantata to be presenied is en- titled "Alelullia." The public is invited to aittend. The adult Bible classroom has ju, st been pa,irted by the laymen of the Nazarene church. The rmrsery is to ,be painted this week. Final practice for the Naz- arene Sundiay seh,ool EaSter A ....... program will be on Saturday rmrnoon :lrterary, aepart-.mornin_ M ........ "'" ment ill '  Th "''" I g, arcn zt, a to. vuss aterrmon .at me nome t lvtrs. 1 thi e '   W J Carr ax. H nr c. I s y ors aster pTogram. . ,.,' . m,o. . . ot.- FOlio " a"" " ;w ,,.,,a , ...... [ wang .the practice there , w v,,,u *- v-,',,*, , will '-e ......... .......... :;;  ' o an egg aunt a,u a par- rana aeparnem wm I t- for h ohill ..... meet on esday evening at' ............. the home s. Ken Barner.  -- The pr t phqttes will be NEWS B R I EFS the program. Iernational edacatian de- partmen met on Thursday afterrtoon with Mrs. Mio Bll. A program featured SOuth America. Mrs. Obed William- son was in Charge. The Tilieum dtb historical mtmoum ws open on Thurs- day a*ternoon When Mrs. Wan- da Swegle and, 20 of her fifth nde o meet wh the leader, Mias Sac Bean, next time. . . graders from Windso school -The m,i sale  ooniame came for a tour nd to study through Iris week and close t the pioneer articles. Mrs. 4 n  Stm'day There me SniP, Mrs. Yie,ge and Mrs. 14t' of Cmp Fire, Bhae I Satefield, mothers of the Bc-i Hman dtb mere- Wirlsor students, acoompan. boys cipati, Wth weg[ led the gaap. C.ub members over 1,500 bOxes mw sold. i, a. lana tr , were J P Cll has been imra Emer Luin, Mm. m- ri  assisted by/Icy Pierce and Mrs. A. B. Cut- .... ting. Several other oMb morn- the la'ottO leaders. Part of the l ....... ftm(  i,n ChenevlDes :am] ctmtven . I)r. grmps, the remainder is used t, .  aam or ira .at Camp Sweyo- eu t-core cme ,in o me me "-*'- , , school easts taken on Occur d/%lene lake, . vhih serves t%is area f . --- summer . CHENEY HOT LUNCH lVhreh 23 -- ui iee, Ok Koda Oamp Fire group glazed carrots, WaMvf salad met Tuesday t ae Betz .and apple muff. schl to visit the science ,1Vmrvh 24  Roast turkey fair. Eigh graders explained .arat gravy, Whipped-potatoes, projects  eghibits. After- tossed salad, cornbread fruit wards the grou9 we to the, cup . ^. _.  i .... bonae of Mm R Woot4rige [ aren zo  tqzza, ouuerea .... _ " I corn, apricots, cookies. '---'-- '' "rou" I March 26  Vegetab}e,beef Ma-tan4L, u-1 *,- s v .......... m-t 'lzesdv tea- sohool at l stew, ramoow zrul sa!m, ti',hxne 'Mrs. Steiner. The i chuck wagon bread, paches. discussed The March 27 Sva,oped pata mint salew00s . I --2 i - : -roo ,-- to ,*et enough ltoes, green eas, eolorea moneymv .-,-v--.o .ore the" Crescenlegg s, . _ . hot cross bu, sweet ch'-rm sdmol.  cnerrms. Miss Minnie WitCentmoh en tertained as Saturday lunch- eon guests Mr. and Mrs. George Reynold's from Rose- burg, Ore. The Reynolds are farmer resideats of this vicin- ity. They spert several days as house guests of a brother, John Van Brmt. Mrs. Mard Hale .and Mrs. Elmer Conley ent.__ined wi%h a  ],heon pavy at Holliday  in honar of Miss Jennifer mee, Sp kane, bride-elect of .Kent Ares- den. The wedding will be Ap- ril 4 in .Spokane. Guests with e .honered guest were her ,mother, Mrs. Vitliarn Sgence; graaxlnmfihers, Mrs. Coral Lar- son, Cheney and Mrs. Clam Tlmrpe, Spolne; BilBe Spence md Frances Hale, both af Oheney. Mrs. Rex Wdle and four ehihlren of .Beltevue arrived weekend o speml a week here wi her paren:Dr, and Mrs, O. 'B, .Jzlmso,  broth- er, Dr,: JanieS JoTmsm: : lr. and Me% dl  and two chiMren of P6 spenft the past week in Cheney as guests of the .parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Lee Alan azd Mrs. Marion Bah'. Mrs. Ray Fox eerhainedi with a birday dinner on Sunday in 'honor of Mr. Fox. ! Guests were their children and gadc'.'hildre Mr. and Mrs. M. Good, in md two sons and two daughtos  Mx. and Mrs. Dermi Fox and SPOKANE GIRL, VIRGIL HUBER EXCHANGE CHURCH VOWS HERE On March 6, a{ Emmanuel Lutheran Church of Cheney, Jzene C. Overhaus:er and Vir- ,gil C. Huber were married. dnine is the d,aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Over- ,haueer of Spokane. Mr. Huber ks the sen of Mr. a,nd Mrs. Ed- ward Huber of Cheney. Elysa Overhauser was maid of hnr and Wartda Hopkins was bridesmaid. WitRam Crip- pen was best man and Rilly Ho.pkirrs was usher. Al,s,o as- sisting as ushers were Anldrew Overhauser and Mi[o Huber. A re,ce,ption followed in the church 13aseme.nt and :a wed- ding dance was held at the Chancy Cbty HuH. The couple are residing in l MARCH BRIDEJanine C. Overhauser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Overhauser of Spokane and Virgil C. Huber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Huber of Cheney, were married March 6 at Emmanuel Lutheran Church f Cheney. They are making their home here ..... " SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED--Mrs. Oscar Johnson, president of Cheney Tilicum club, presents music scholarship award l to Pearl Van Buskirk, Colfax, a music major at Eastern Wash-I ington State College. Presentation was made at March 10 meeting held at the Lutheran Church. daughter of Spokane. A spec- ial decorated cake featured 'the dessert. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Berg- loff had as guests this week .their son, Dick Berglaff and bits. Bergoff from Seattle. They were en route to Santa Barhara, Calif., fro" a vacation. On Sunday a family din,net in- cl'uded another son, Jerry Set,off, and fam, fi. The oc- casion was to ceebrate Mrs. ;Jerry Bergloff's brthday. Mrs. W: L. McIntyre return- ed this week from the Deacon- ess hospibal aad s recupera- irtg at her home-here. Mrs. G. L. Niekefls left for a two morh,s stay in Coloradu Springs, COM., to visit a daugh- ter, Mrs. Ed Ne'Is)n. Miss Janet Nestam, stu- dent at WSU, Put,an, spent the weekond ,here with her i grandtpmas, Mr. and Mrs. Roydl Conley. Mrs. Kenneth Coniey visited on :Monday wth Mrs. E. R. Kelly, Mrs. Harry Peucke, Mrs. Fred Gesehke and Mrs. Jerry Geschke. My." and .Mrs. Jhn Dillon enrtmined as weekend guests their daughter, Mrs. Lyle Morehoue ,a,nd family of Ren- ton. Mr. and M_vs. Paul Jeffrey ,ave spendimg the weekend on the coa .here tey will at. tend a dinner for rtired state patrolmun in Seattle on Saur- day. .... Mr,. and Mrs. Earl Mes en- tertained-with a dinner on Monday evening in cIebra lion of the birthday of their daughter, Mrs. Elmer Buob of Amber. Other guests were Mr. Buob and so Dale arm How- ard loog' of Slkdme. " Mr: aad ,:s.Blehae_.h, Mrs. Ivy Cordfll, and Mr. '4rod Mrs. Krby Sooy, all of Cheney, and Mrs. Nellie ,Siegel of Pine City aended the birthday dinner in Spokane which honored Mrs. San'oh Primmer's 84h birthday. The par Iast Sun-I day was at the aome of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Venter in Spo- CLUB NEWS Chapter A J, PEO, met Wed- nesday at the home of Mrs. L. E. Patmore, with Mrs. Rex Gardner assisting hostess. Mrs. Earl Hon was guest speaker, speakirg .on "Today's Program i for Today's Girl in Campfire." kane. Callers in the aternoon !were relatives and friends of Mrs. Primmer. Mrs. William Lee, who sus- tained a fractured Slulder in a fall last week, is 'ecuper- ating .at her lmme here. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Billes- bach entertained as Monday luncheon guests Mr. arid Mrs. Bill Hinchliffe from Ohhel0. tfin,chtiffe is pr.ilmipal of Othello schools. Mrs. Milo Ball and Mrs: A. B. Oettmg joined ,members of the Spokane Fedeaation of Women Cl'bs on Fly aRer- noon in the Spekmm dub lmuse for a St] Patrick's Day tea and style show. Garmems for daytime and evening were Shown and jewelry styles mod- eled. W. E4ward Oarner of Olym- pia spent the weekend at his ,home here and was a Sunday guest of Mr. ad Mrs. Ted Freeman. Mrs. Garner re- mained on the coast with their son Bill. Mr.  Mrs. Kei Hart ,and two datgters rmn Spo- kane were Stmday guests of ibis paren,ts, Mr. and Mrs. Ern- est Harr. Ma:.. ,and . Bud Reynolds of Isebur:g, Ore., spen: last week at the homes of Mr. an Mrs. John V Brtm mad Mr. aatl Mrs. Fred Shf. Mrs, A. V, Dbl .anl Gayle of A amt Nerd,lle Martin and Jack of Spokane were Monday visitors t echo Earl Fisher ,home. Stencils--make your own signs--1 inch to 6 inch let- ters. Free Press Printshop. AI. so stencil brushes. Howard AIImains Have Baby Girl Mr. and Mrs. Howard All- main (Esther Trkrrble) f Por- lurid are parents of a daughter, Faith Edith, born March 2. The baby weighed nine pounds ald two ounces. Faith Edith is the A ,1Lmain's sevzCh child and is the lth grandchild of Mrs. Ethel Trim- ble a, nd the 33rd great-grand- child of Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Boots. The paternal grandmoiaer is Mrs. Eh Allmain .o Auburn. JACK JOHNSON HURT IN STAIRWAY ACCIDENT Lym, an Johnson, Jr., Cheney, to wear 9 TABLES There were pirm0hle ney 1,s. Men's high were to Don secon.d high, ierS second Don Mrs. John Boots had for door last card nouneed next PERSONAL Mr. and shaw and Mr. Washburn stfffered a broken ,arm la,st were Sunde Friday when he fell or, the and Mr. and basement sairway at his 4ips ,and home. Heath called Amber Hew00 By Jennifer Jordan DINNER IS TONIGHT The Amber community pot- luck dirmer will be held to- night (March 20) at the Amber school house. All membe,rs of the commtmity are inviCed to attend. The ertevtaimnent will be a B team boys basketball game against he 4, 5, 6 grade girls arm an A team boys bas- ketball game against the fath- ers. Remember he grange skat- ing party on Sunday, March 22, :at the Five Mile Ice Plaza. All grange members, their fanolies ,arid the whole com- mun:ity are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Knauft o.f Spokane were Sunday din- ner guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. G. A R ietz and family. Thursday Mrs. Birmca Dum- meier and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert atended  Scandin- avian lecture a,t the eolseum. Mrs. Annetta Jerue and Mrs. Binna Dummeier were Tues- day guests of Mr. n,d Mrs. Wal'ter Johnson. They had din- ner and saw the pictures the Johnson's European trip. Mike and Brenda were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pierce, Wayne and Jayne ,of St. John. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- Ptt and wein- er cassirole, cornbread and butter, vanill, a pudding with freSh bartaas, mi. Tuesday- Hamburger hea- ven, green salad, hot ro,ls and butter, peach cobbler, milk. Wedn!esd, a -- Vogel.hie and meant stew, jello salad, bread arid b u%ter, apple sauce cake, mik. Thursday -- Bean soup, pea- nut buyer sandwiches, raw carrots, apple crksp, milk. FrMay -- Fried effficken, potato salad, celery, ice crean, milk. East Cheney el By Anna PhiUip$ East Cheney .grange meets this Friday eve,nin:g. Mrs. Emery Babb asked all ladies ternoon. Mr. and drius and weekend Clarence Phillips. :::::::::::::::::: ONLY $1 Washes and of clothes ii Spin dry other easy rolling i No plumbing i SEE A ED( Cheney,  Smith 408 FIRST ST. Widner's FEATURING THE NEW Helene Curtis "Tender ONLY $10.00 Get your Easter permanent Main Street across from Marshall Phone 235-4091 " ? ,,2 ; ;0s;g'!' DA N ...... at the Beehive Rest00 Saturday' Ma Featuring the Sensational 9:00 to 12:00 P. NO ADMISSION C