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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, lach 27, 1964 OVER 100 ROYAL NEIGHBORS DELEGATES DUE HERE TUESDAY FOR CONVENTION AT CITY HALL The local Roval Neighbors of America frternM insurance soeiety camp completed plans fr the coming Inand Em- pire district convention here at their last meeting in the Legi*on hail March 16. Reports were made from appairted committees on the con,ten*ion, to be held in the City I{ail Tuesday. The school of inraLVdons will be held by affficers of nine camps in the CREDIT IS TOPIC OF R.N.C. MEETING AT SPULER HOME Mrs. J. H. Spuler was hob- tess for the RNC club which met at her home Thursday, MrCh 19. Speca,1 guests were Miss Helen Stensgmr.d, coun- ty agent, a, nd Mrs. Gloria Ener and Mrs. Josephine McGuire from the Fairchild Home De- fenders Cu.,b, which was rec- ently organized. Roll call was arswered by each telng about a book read recently. Mrs. El- mer Tiedt yeas regorted on her way to Sacramento for a visit. Mrs. Howm'd Btob, safety chairman, gave a report on care in .avoiding falls in the home. Mrs. E. N. Aldrich, Mrs. Luke Best, and Mrs. Paul Howe are leaders for the March 24 lesson on "Selection of Clothing for Figure, Color- wm Age arm Occasion," which be held at the courthouse. Mrs. lector, Mrs. Cordill, Mrs. Buob, lVtrs. Anderson, Mrs. Rietz and Mrs. Spuler at- tended .the larch county coun- cil meeting. Mrs. Aldrich, Mrs. Best, Mrs. I-Iowe, and Mrs. An- dersen asked  have their names put on Mrs. Rowley's Iist for ,her vs letter wffiich others ,have been receiving. The -chOlarhip application el,nges were explained and the ,applications distributed.- After the business meeting, Miss Stensgaard gave an in,ter- eating and irfomative ,talk an credit, illustrated with specific eamples. Many quesons wre explained. It is wise to establish a credit rating but one slmuld le which meh- od bet fits the needs and how much the credit will coat. TILICUM NEWS The six TRicum club de- paVtanents v'fll elect new chedr. men at their irst April meet. in ption for insta- on of ew off' , My. tnSernatioal F_,dueai(m de- partmen met Thursday after- no0n at the Imme of Mrs. Milo Bail. A program on Seuth America was handled by Mrs. luth Ft/hrman, folloved by ror_nd table .rerts. The nex meeting is set far April 2 t the borne of Mrs. Obed Wil- iamson. ttan, dicraft department met Tuesday evep2ng at the home of Mrs. D. J. Barner to make pkaster of paris plaques. It was ao plm,n, od to send ;handicraft pieces .to the state can-centimo for the craft alr. American ,home depaa'tment held its anaxuai husbaId's night and dinlmr p'y flr 28 mem- hes and lusbands Tuesday evening. The party, held at the hme ,of Mr. ,and Mrs. Leon Whitenger, lad a St. Patrick's theme for decorations mad ap- poin.tments. Mrs. R. Woold- ridge and Mrs. F. J. Sha:degg were assisting hostesses. LANCE HILLS 4.H CLUB ACTIVITIES ARE TOLD Lance  4,H club met March 14 at the home of Pam- ela and Donne McCauley. 4-H project books were distributed with discuslm of each pro- ject. Sandwiches, cupcakes and ie cream were served. Next meeting of the group w1 be Saturday, March 28, at the lome of Rick  Fred (]oodwin. CLUB NEWS Mrs. J. M. Orein erter*Mn- ed e DWYC club Wedlles- day for a dessert paty at her imme. Twelve members of he Rebelh ladle were present. The Crdmothers cub can- celled its meeting for March, according o ,Mrs. Etta l-esnetl 1reaide. The meein in April will be on the regular da. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Mah 30  Swedish meat ball, maslmd potatoes, baked tomato arrd corn, sesame rolls, apple sauce. arch 31 -- Italian spaghet- ti, green beans, garlic bread, stuffed cele, peaches. April 1  Beef and vege- table soup, peanut-butter sand- wich, carrot and celery sticks, apple quazemr, cookie. April 2  Jamaica beans, btttered carrot saws, green salad, fruit kabob, coffee cake. April 3 --Tua pizza, crean- ed peru% ruby salad, grified rice. district. Mrs. Clu'istene Porter, state supervisor, will be in charge. Registrations will be 9 to 10 a. m. A noon recess will be held fo,r lunc,heon in the Legion hall for over 100 delegates and local members. Easter decorations and flow- ers, with favors for all, and a door prize will be offered at luncheon. A members are en- titled to attend the eonve,n*Aon, aeeord'ing to the oaele, Mrs. William Lee, ,and the planning committee, formed by Mrs. Betty Hale, Mrs. Marie Conley, Mrs. Lulu Cutting, Mrs. Irma ConVey .and Mrs. Lee. Mrs. tIale, district deputy for Che- ney, Spangle and Sprague, is the general chairm. CHURCH NEWS UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST The Pilgrim Fello'hip of the United Church of Christ is planning an Easter breakfas. ,at 8:30 Sunday moiling at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Rol- and Lewis, sponsors of the group. They will proceed to Sunday school .and to church worship service. They will as- sist with a special program for the Sunday school. Members ,of the Pilgrim Fel- lowship plma. to aend a sprirg conference at Pasco April 3, 4 and 5, accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. Rland s. A speaker at the conference will be Dr. George Ball of th Whitman College fatuity. The Workday for Christ pro- ject ,of .the Pilgrim Fellowship will be conducted on April 11 and 18. Anyone wishing to employ a teenager for work during either of these days may call'Miss Nancy JOhnson, 235-4729, or Miss toaad Lewis, 235-4033. A work, cay for the fall ba- zaar of the omens fellowship will ,be held on Tuesday, March 31, t 10 a. m. at the .hrne af Mrs. F. L. Ratclffe Jr. CHRISTIAN CHURCH An Fr progrmn  be given by the young people of the Christh chumh at Sun- day school. This will be fol- lowed by morning worship. The sermon topic is "Oo Tell The BPother," by Rev. Donald Ross. At this time the men's fe3k)wship will present the "30 Pieces of Silver," hich i,fley have saved all year in memory of Christ's betrayal. This .fired will be used to sup- port a Korean girl in a Korea orph'a.na, ge. Te women's felk)wship of the Christian church mission- ary unit will meet Thursday aftermon at the home of Mrs. Roy Lotte. Men's fellowship of the Chr'mtian chuh will meet on Wedaesday in the church. NAZARENE ,NEWS The Nazarene chmch las had as a special speaker this week, Dr. Henry W, allin. He ha,s spoken ea [veaxing 'and at two services]n ]Sunday. He will speak Friday and Satur- day evenings at 7:30 p. m. On Sunday he will speak at the morn.rg worship hour, which will beg'm  10 and at the 7 p. m. service. T,hi will be his closing service in Cheney. The Nazarene Sunday school and church sewice w com- biine for the Easter morning program, which will begin at 10. The Sunday seA, col pro- gram is under the direction of Miss Shirley Loomer. The pro- gram will in,clude many musi- cal numbers by members of the Sunday school. The speak- er for the warsMp service will be Dr. Henry WaIUn. The pub- l'ic is invited to attend this united service beginning at 10 a. m. The youth ctmir und the chua'ch choir will each presert "a spec4.2l." An Easter egg hunt and par- ty will fllow a tmaetie for the Sunday school of the Naz- averse Church Saturday morn- ing at 10. All those trakmg part, CONVENTION PLANNERS--Mrs. Irma Con- iey, Mrs. Lulu Curing, Mrs. Marie Conley and Mrs. Betty Hale, shown here left to right, formed the planning committee for the Royal Methodist Women Present Program At.Circle Meeting The Methodist church wm- en's sciety held circle meet- ing Tuesday at the .home ef Mrs. W. J. Corr. Mrs. J. M. Grein was assisin,g hostess. Dessert was served Vo 18 pres- ent. Miss Lillian Hall directed sin, ging .of hymns, with Mrs, J. W. Hodge at the piano. Mrs. A. B. Cutting and Mrs. C. E. Bower gave devotions on Eas- ter meditation. The Easter program, "We Can't Hold Up The Dawn," featured a reading by Mrs. H,edge. Sacred musieai records were played for background music. To complete the aer- noon, he Lard's Praye, r was sung. Mrs. John Van.Brant, presi- dtt, announced the next meetir, g will be a luncheon at the church on April lZt. Guest speaker wil'l be Mrs. McKnight of RosHa. LODGE MEETING FEATURES SKITS Among the guests at the ()]S inallaon cerevaries at Sprague on Wednesday from Cheney chapter were Mrs. E. A. Melville, Mrs. Den- nis Corcoran and Mrs. A. B. Cutting. Mary Lee Adamson, rering matron, was ifta,lling officer. Maba Chapter OF, S held the last meeting o the mon&h Morday evening in the Mason- ic Temple. This was the amm o,ffic- ors night with a program and refreshments by the officers. Bs. Harold Harvey was chadr- man. Business included re- ports from standing commit- tees, the ESTARL sclmlavship and Emma P. Chadwick pro- jects as completed for the year. It as announced the instal- lation of the new matron and patron, Mrs. Beatrice Pendell and Harold PertdeH, arid the officers will be on April 11 at 8 p. m. in the temple. It is .an open ceremony for friends and relatives. The officers presented a gift cabinet to the lodge. The $ol}.owing children f mem- bers presented a mucal pro- gram: Ruth B,lackhaw, piano; Gay Swegle, cornet solO; Pa- tricia IIair, a song, accvmpan- in the Easter morning pro- gram should be there for the practice. The peaty and egg hunt is for the Children. The Nazarene ohurch choir WIU present an Easter can,iota entitled "AleHuli'a," Sundy evening ,at 6. Ms .George Nich- ols will direct the peseta- lion. The pu.blic is invited to attend. Notice According to Ordinance E-68, dogs are not permitted to run at large be-- tween April 1st and October 15th of each year. Dogs not confined or on a leash after April 1st, will be impounded. Dog licenses are compulsory, con- fined or not. Roy Foss City Clerk m27-a3 Neighbors of " America Lodges of the Inland Empire convention here Tuesday. Also on tho committee but not present for the pic- ture was Mrs. William Lee. by Ruth; Dick Swegle, a sng accompanied by Mrs. H. Har- vey. The next meeting will be on Monday, April 13. Engagement Told At Birthday Party Mrs. Carolyn Hudson and Miss Shirley Loomer ente,r- tained with a buffet dinner Sunday, March 15, to ceebate the 78th birthday of their mother, Mrs. Mirme L00mer. Following the dinner the en- gagement of Miss ConIie Lynn Hudson and Norman Rethar- ford was arm, ouneed by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hudson Sr. The news was re- vealed when, Con n,ie'.s grand- mother, Mrs. Lo@mr, brogh in a decorated cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. 'Miss, Hudson, a gradua!te of Chney High School, is a senior .at Eastern Wa.sh'ington State C,oHege. ReCherford, son of Mrs. Frie- da Retherford, A i r w a y Heights, attended Cheney High School and graduated from a Spokane HAgh School and .the Spokane Trade Sclmol. He is sevvirg in the U. S. Army nd attending sc,ool at Fort Mamau,th, N. J. Presert were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Looarter mad c.'.'.',d.ren, Chuck, Steve, Mike, Carnie Job's Daughters Note Anniversary :Tuesday Evening Bethel 17 of Job's D,augbAers observed their 21st aaniversary and clarter night Tuesday eve- n,ing in the Masonic Temple. H'onored queen Sue Ham presided and welcomed past supreme guardian Lula Lyda, organizer of the Cheney beth - el. Grand associate guardian WaLter Martian; past grand guardian Alvina Selves, both of Spokane, were introduced and welcomed, A brief history of Job' Da.ughtea-s was read by Peggy Steiner and the bethel .history by queen Sue. Reports were made on the dance and bake sale of last week. The lVI,onic lodge has given the girls per- mission to dance in the dining room. Go-to-church day ws set for Sunday, April 12, fellowed by the mother, d,au,ghter lucheo inthe Masonic dining room. It and Jeff .of Ceeur d'Alene; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Alord a.nd son, Jody, and Miss Darleen Russell of Spokane; Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Calvert, Cheney; and Mr. an'd Mrs. Hudson mid Jerry Jr. ,arid Connie Lynn of Fish Lake. NEWS BRIEFS Carl He ndricks was the guest ,of honor for a birthday dinne,r on: Marc.h 15 at the home of his son, Stanley Hend- ricks, here. Others attending were Mrs. Hendricks, Mrs. Car- roll McLean ,and three call- SMITHS VACATION IN CALIFORNIA Mr. and Mrs. Adolphe Smith retuvn,ed from a month's ca- cati,on in southern California. They visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory M. Smith and chil- dren, Todd, Heather and Kent, t Diabo, Ca}if. Gregory Smith :s an instructor and counselor in the Diabl'o junior high school. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Van A.mburg at San Diego. The Van Amburgs, former Cheney residents, were pharmacists here and at Waits- burg before their retiremen. was announced the eleeti,on o.f officers for the new ,term will be ,held on April 14. The box social was announced Soy an April date al,og with the car wash. Plans to attend the grand sessions in, Seattle June 10, 11, 12 were discussed and guardian Mrs. Mabel Cordill set the reservations for reorns for April 1. dren of and Mrs. Ralp Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. ley visited with Ed PhiIleo at Spangle on day the ConVeys Mrs. J. L. Reilly and Mrs. Mrs. Medical Lake and' Reze.aus Plotts of guests of Mr. neth Conley Mrs. Carl daughter Sanda erton are s with her parents, Roydral Conley. were spent in Janet Newstro,m, .i WSU. On an,d her guests guests ef Mr. Conley. Mr. and Mrs. visited by wood Adams, South St. Paul, week. Carl W. recently Board f of Farmers change .of Group at the Home Office in Mrs. D. G. as last cousin from R on,old. 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