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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, March 26. 1965 To Become Bride Of Dr. Phil Grub Wolf evemen:tary school in Old Tap,pa,n, N. J. EWSC Graduate REBEKAH LODGE OBSERVES 75TH ANNIVERSARY HERE Re belah lodge entertained 74 membe:s and guests at the meeting which cel, ebrated thcrir 75th anniversary March 17 in: the IOOF hall. Mrs. Agnes Charlton, noble grand, read the hist:ory of the organization of the lodge in 1890, which was named Morn- in,g Star No. 24 and was the 7P& Rebekah lodge to be or- ganized in the United States. Guests came from He,pc, Im- perial and Shining led,yes in Spokane; Spangle, Medical Lake, Waverly, Godendate, Sunn'yside, Malden, losalia, Opportunity ,and Cheey. Following operdng ceremon- ies introductions, an addendi- am was directed by Mrs. Beth growth, with Florence Rue re- ceiving her 50 year pin and ?tova Ruer and Ethel Groin o:ng time members, as char- actors in the skit. They were seated in decorated cha,rs sur- ounded by gttering diamond ecorations. The state assem- )ty president, Mrs. Lcon'a Dan- elson of Sunnyside, was a pecial guest. Others were -uth Berelund. district secre- tary; Berth, a Stround, treasu- June Taylor, state officers, al of Spokane. A potluck dinner party hon- m'ed Mrs. Danielson before the meeting. A re ce,p.tio,n and re- freshments followed ceremon- ies. Martha Chapter OES Holds Last Meeting Ma,rtha chapter OES he'ld the last regular meeting of the year Monday in the Masonic Tem- ple. Mr. arid Mrs. Harold Pen- dell, patron .and matron, wel- comed Walden Chanbers, past g.vad patron, Mrs. Ruby Hart grand deputy instructor, sev- eral matrons from Spokane and Nolport ,and Spokane guests. Yearly egorts were made on the inventory, cheer cards and calks, publicity, pancake feed, refreshment chairman and c,ommittee. Installation was set for April 10, wifich will seat Mrs. John Van Brunt, worthy matron, and her officers. The retiring matron and patron spoke raS did the distinguished guests. Bethel 17 Job's Daughters of Cheney presented the Star Ad- Mr. ,and Mrs. Jack Snyder of Cluster, N. J., lave anrounced the ergagement of their dau,gh- ter, Jacquelynn Gay, to Dr. Phillp D. Grub of Medical Lake and Washington, D. C. Miss SrLyder atended high school  lend'ate, CalLf., and Hammond, Ind. She was grad- uated from Purdue University n 1963 rd is n,ov teaching first gade at the Charles De Dr. Grub, son o,f the late Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dreyer Grub, Sr., of Medica,1 Lake, received his bachelor of arts degree in ec- onomic,s and a bachelor of ed- ucation degree, both with 'high- est honoes, from EWSC in 1953. He earned ,his master's degree from George Washin,gton Unti- versilty in 1960 and received his doctorate from t, he same in- stitution in 1964. A smmer wedding is planaaed. Job's Daughters Hold Charter Night Bethel 17 ,of Job's Dangters met Tuesday evening in the lasonic Temple. Honored queen Jennifer J, orda wel- comed Mrs. Lulu Leyd, past supreme guardian, Al'berta Mc- Cartey ad Alvina Selves, past gmd gu.ans, .and Walter lati, past grand ,associate gudia of Job's Iauhte'rs, all of Sokae. Inititkon cere- monies were held or Kay Ham, daughter of Mr. ad Mrs. John mn. Grand Repreenta- tPe J:fll znbert retmrt m recent vits to Idho . A slumber paty was organ- WOMEN'S GROUP ELECTS OFFICERS Mrs. Mac aa Seoyoc was elected president of Evelyn F.all Crcle, Methodist women's society, ,at a ,meetirrg Tuesday. Ogher affAcers are Mrs. larl Brooks, vice president, Mrs. Carl He ndricks, secretary, ad Mrs. Don Patterson, treasurer. ized, ard spring activities were anrounced. It was charter :nht for the Bethel, which was organized in 1.942 by Mrs. Leyda and her officers. The ,ltst,ory was read by the librarian of fle Bethel. Silver drill ,and refreshments cosed the evenly. Permit us to caution you against the "fly-by-day" salesman. This species operates in broad daylight, but he moves on to new territory with amazing speed. tte's the door-to-door fellow who peddles "fherapeutic" bargains. His offerings might range from all-purpose vitamins : : to highly touted cure-alls. antastic claims pour from him in torrents. He is interested in a quick commission sale, t not in your health. If you think you need medical help, consult a physician. Rely upon us to fill your preeription !I i |0 ]st St WEd erman Cheney, V h urer; Hortense Dornene and Cheney Adventists Will Raise Funds For Indian School American schools may be crowded, but  at least one h,igh school in southern India studels must sit in the win- dows as well as on every bit f avaihbie fioor space. ThAs is the picture of crowd- ed facilities ,at a school in An- dhra State .as reported to mem- bers of the Cheney Seventh- day Adventist church. Sabbath school mission e mptrasis throughout the three-month period ending tomorrow has been on ,sonthern Asia. The local conre,gaion's mis- sion ,offering this Sa'turday will j,oin 24,708 other Adventist col- lections to provide a 250,stu- dent ,high seol situated on 150 :acres near Andhra, capl C&ty of Anna State. The new school will .be constructed at the site of the overcrowded school .now in use there. The eorrerstone for the building .has eady bema hid 'by he church's ,president, Reube R. Figuhr. Students from Upper Colum- Ma Academy will proide the Sabbath school and church pro- gram his week at the Betz school, beginning t 9:30 a. m. Original Designs Will Be Featured At Dimes Benefit "Joy of Fasten-1965," show- ing originals of coture degn- ors ,of New Yoak, sponsored by the Spokane Valtey avch of Dimes Mothers' arehers, will be .held April 1 at 8 p. m. at the Trent Grade School, N. 3303 Pines Road, Spokane. Mrs. William Tavnner arid Dr. Dana E. Hter are the Ceney representatives for the Show and .M. KePmeh Smith of Medical Lake is the chair- ma for .her ,area. MR. AND MRS. WYNSTRA RETURN FROM CALIFORNIA Mr..arid Mrs. Henry Wylstra returned home from a nne-day trip to California. They were called to Travis, Calif., as Mrs. Wynstm's son, A1C John An- derrson, was flown from Philip- pine ,Air Base hospital o the air erce hospital at Travis, seriously ill. Plans  be&try made ,to bring ,high to Yir- child ,hospital. En route they visited Mrs. Mrs. Wynstra s aged au Mrs. Myrtle loddrell, at Me,ford, Ore., aso were guests of I-Ien- rys cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Sehap of San Bernadmo. Welcome To Cheney Annual Meeting of Inland Power & Light Co. SATURDAY 10 A. M., SHOWALTER AUDITORIUM EASTERN WASHINGTON STATE COLLEGE CAMPUS AND HUN. THOMAS S, FOLEY, U. S. CONGRESSMAN, 5TH DISTRICT, GUEST SPEAKER Cheney Chamber of Commerce dendium and retiring march, with Kay Cordill as reader, with Mrs. Geri Lambert, guard- ian, and Richard Jordan, ass:o- ciate guardian, a:s direct,ors. I Honored queen Jennifer Jor- dan was leader of the cere- meade's. Grand ch, ap,ter will be June 24, 25, 26 in Tacoma. In- vitations were accelted for in- stallations being held in the OES chapters .of Spokane. John Reed Graduates From Eastern; Commissioned Lieut. Rel,atives of Mrs. Rozilla Reed came Thursday to attend Commence,meat exe.rc,es for winter quarter graduating stu- dents of E,WSC held t the Stu- dent Union Bali Lounge at 3:30. Mrs. Reed's so, J, olm was orm ,of the gaduates. They ao attended the ROTC .service in the Scierme Building at 2 .o'clock when J,@hn was commissioned as second eu- tenant. Attending were Mrs. Reed and 'her ,sister, Mrs. Lois Har- ri,son and son, Elmer Ha.ITison ,rd wfe and daughter, LMs, of Oakridge, Ore.; a dughter, Mrs. John Hill and four sons, RdneT, Roger, Danny and Paul of Sprague; nd another son, Don Herdrieksn and wife and ehdren, Sal&ra and Rich- ,ad of Colcax. Club Plans Visit The Neg, hborho,0d Bble club, directed by Mr. and Mrs. MerB1 Brown each Sunday ut 2:30 p. m. ,at the Elwyn Hasse home, will visit the Oheney fire department Stmday for a tesson on fire pveverton and safety. Children between the ages of six ,and 12 are invited o join the group. CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN The Christian church board of drectors will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. The Women's Fellowship meet Thursday ,afternoon at 2 p. m. The Mer;s Fellmvship w meet W,edaesday evenin, g at the home .of J. P. er. METHODIST Susava Weey evening cir- cle of the Women's society met Tuesday evening at the Imme of Mrs. C. C. Carter. Mrs. Sam Hatch presented a progrn on ohn Wesley and his medical Cheney Women Plan To Attend Meeting At Ritzville Mondav The 55th annual Inland Em- pire District Convention of the Roal Neighbors of America will be hdd in Ritzville Mon- day. The all day session ,and school of ins,truction will be held at the American Memorial I,c,gion Hall with the Ritzville camp as hostess. Other camps to participate are Odessa, Sp, an- ge, Cheney, Hillym'd, Oppor- tunity, and three Spokane camps. Registrations begin at 9 a. m. followed by business at 10. Mrs. Joel German, Rtzville district oracle, will preside, assisted by Mrs. Robert Hy- dorn, Spokane, vice oracle; Mrs. Roydal Cnley, h:eney, past oracle; Mrs. Emanuel Haa,g, Ritzville, recorder; Mrs. T. C. Wurth, Spokane, chancel- lor; Mrs. Beul,a,h Krall, marsh- ,all; Mrs. hgrid Wells, assistrant marshall, both from Unity camp, Spokane; Mrs. Robe.rta Garri2on, Spokane, inner sen- ti,nel; Mrs. Stella Eagle, Spo- kane, outer sentinel. The graces are Mrs. Lo.uise Pittman, Span- gle, faith; Mrs. Marguerite Snedigar, Spokane, courage; :rrs. Marie Kiez, Odes,sa, mod- esty; Mrs. Hazel Lombard, Hill- yard, unselfishness; and Mrs. Olive Swegle, Oheney, endur- ance; Mrs. Mable Lacey, Hill- yard, flag bearer; Mrs. William Miller, Ritzville, musician. Among guests to be honored is Mrs. Millard Hale o Cheney. NEWS BRIEFS Howard Hof, Eastern Wash- ington State College ass,tant professor of radio-television will de,liver a paper at the an- nun four-day meeting of the Western Speech Ass'n in Boul- der, C:olo., which starts Wed- nesd, ay. Hop,f will d,escNbe hs l 0 years as research director of a hrge advertising a,gency and lris expericnces with a major nati, onal television shove. ,Mr. and Mrs. Porter Parker entertained their children ar grand, children Surtd, ay with a potluck dinner. Presert were Mr. and Mrs. Robert ohel and fami, ly, Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Parker and family and Mr. aid Mrs. William Parker, aH of Spo- k an, e; Mr. arid Mrs. Homer Hale of Clattavoy; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Perldns of Eugene, Ore., and Mr. arid Mrs. Harvey H, ale and ,children o Spokane. The event hormred Mr. and Mrs. Perkins, who were week- end guests. Alex Rajala, a Che,ney high sclool student, the winnin con, testant .of the Rebelah-IO OF United Natorm American- ism essay contest held here last week, will go to Spokane Mn- day for try outs in Di'stri 21. Wirmers of this contest are awarded ,a trip ,to United Na- tions in the summer. The Rev. Eugene toss of the Chen.ey Community church and his family ,arrived home this weekend ,after a vacation in Fh)rid;a with her parents, the Rev. and ,Mrs. Ben NeOn, Mr. Ross will be at his churc,h Sun- day morning. M,r. and Mrs. Joba Van Brunt spent Sun,day afterrmon in Spo- katie, where they visited her brother, Victor Mauer, t Sac- red Heart. He sustained bro- ken ribs in a fail while at work. Mrs julie Butler ad soi Pchard .had as catlers dug  the week Mrs. Mary Kahl, Mrs. C. W. Alexander .and Miss Fova Da,vdson. Miss Lenore Ball, a student at WSU, spent the weekend here with her gra.ndaarents, Mr. and Mrs. Mlo Ball. Cheney members of the career. Mrs. Jack K, app was as- sistant hoatess. s200 The Baptist church observed its casttution daF with the message brought by Rev. T. C. Adams. A number of visiting naists took part in the Sma. day morng services. LODGE NEWS ROYAL NEIGHBORS loyl Neighbor lodge mem- bers will go to Ritzville Men- ay for the spring convenio .of the Inland Bmpire district. ,Cheney members will pre- sent the memorial services wih seven taking part i a cavxUe ght floral service. No- ble grated Betty ale, Who is also a district depu:y, will give the report from Cheney. CLUB NEWS DWYC club of Rebeka ,held ,a ,dessert party and meet. irg Wedrmsdy at the home of Miss Fl, orerme Rue. GRANDMOTHERS Grandmothers eub met yes- terday at the .borne of Mrs. WigWam Bryan. Birthda. were observed with a dessert poxty. Mrs. Bryan gave a talk on her winter in C:alforaia. Wrd has been, received that Mr. aRd Mrs. John Van Brunt will return home in April. They plan to leave Phoenix in early April and visit in California ad Oregon coming home. Knife and Fork clu,b attended the dinner meeting in Spo- kane Thursday evening with Cedric Foster, .news commen- tator, as speaker. Going from here were Mrs. Harold Kleiner, Mrs. H. N. Stronach, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Philips and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dales Mr. and Mrs. C. W Alexan- der entertained during the week her sister, Mrs E. C. Saodgrass, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jordan entertained as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. W. Kid- wtl.1 of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan ad chM- dren of lodna. Jim Kidll was one of the .swim:nfin:g congest- ants at the EWSC pool. Word has been received frmn Mrs. Lucile Pierson, who is traveli'g .on a world tour by freighter, that she was in Au tra:la hst week. She is a for- mer teaeher and reaident of Cheney and recently retired as dietitian ,at Eastern State he,spite.1. Pai r From Attend RNC Mrs: Elmer tosses for RNC Guests were Evans and lyn, Cocrete, with Mrs. Gladys Mrs. Hattie made to take and ,a special 10-year old boy Village. Mrs. Howard J. H. Spuler a lesson on low at the Darigold Wednesday. Mrs. safety chairman, question test on ious situati'ons. Rietz presented "Bedside Care Your Home", J. H. Spuler, tables made boxes. The next be April 15 ,at Mrs. Howard Do Re Final Shows Double Feature In Color FRI. - SAT. March 26, 27 Iifluenture erupts with every blnst From A telegram, March 14, death of Pfc. the Philippines 20 of wounds battle for Manill years old. Lt. Fred awarded the He was with Gen. and one of the Rhine. He was in a hospital in Germany. 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