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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, April 2, 1965 36TH WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS CONVENTION OPENS HERE MONDAY The 36th annum conventi.onl o District 4 of the Woman's Relief Corps, `auxiary o the Grand Army of the Republic, Inc., will convene MorMay at 9:30 in the Ukeey American Legion h,a2l with Mrs. tarl Weaver, district president, of- ficiating. Registration will be- gin ,at 9 ,a. m. Corps from Col- vUe, Ritzville. Dayton, Spe- kaxm ,and Cheniey will partici- pate. ,KeynJte speaker will be Miss /lice Moo, fa,culty member at Eastern Washington Stale Col- lege. Her su)jeet  cem- mem, oate ,Grand Army Day, wlfih is Tuesday. Mrs. Vill School, Ritzville, clmplain, will conduct the me.morial service a.nxl Mrs. Edith Es.lck, Colvi}le, dill pre- sent the ?2ave,ling flag. Mem- bers of General George WgCt Carps No. 8, Ceney, will be ,hostesses for a rmon lucleon. .Mrs. George Harte, Varcoa- ver, department pre,sde,nt, will report ,on plans for a conven- ,on June 13-16 in Seatt}e. Oth- ers plamfing to attend from the coast 'are Mrs. Walter Qst, Auburn, de1artment in- speotor, and Mrs. Pearl Pow- ers, Seattte, past department president. Mrs. G. J. Heglar, .rmtional senior vie lesident, Will speak on volunteer work by members in the Veterans tmspitals floughout ,the st'ate.: OCher ,officers include Mrs. Pearl Ihodes, Colville, senkor vice president; Mrs. Elmer M, arsh, treasu, rer and Mrs. Wal- ter Bergtoff, Cheney, conduct- or; Mrs. R. P. Men gel, guard; Mrs. F. W. Reetz, assistant con- ducker; Mrs. Fr'ank L. Ander- son, .secretary; Mrs. V. M. Mor- gan, musician; Mrs. Joe Mul- herin, assistant guard; Mrs. R. E. Erdman, counselor; `and Mrs. John C. Smith, Mrs. Ida Luster, Mrs. D. R. Seeley, Mrs. E. E. Zimmer, color bearers, `and Miss Mildred Joiner, junior %co president, `all ,of Sleeks'no. The Woman's Relief Corps is the .oldest patriotic order for women in existen, ce, ova.nze,d in 1885' at .the request of the G. A. R. Members give volun- teer service in Veterans hosp4- tas and attend ve,terans' graves on Memorial I)ay, promote Americanism by teach'ig im- migrants to spa,ok and read English, award sch, ol,arships, preserg fhgs to soiree,Is and muncipel buildings and pro- mote child welfare. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sin- core lJhanks ,and appreciation  to otr many frierds who were so kind to us during our recent bereavement, ,and ,Ms) for the beautiful floral offerin'g's and contributions. Mrs. George Cahill Mr. ,and Mrs. George Dyer Mr. and Mrs. N ovbert Bough Mrs. Esthernel McFarMnd Mr. and Mrs. Kermeth McCall Mr. and Mrs. A. L. l%amsey DANCE Saturday, April 3 MUSIC BY "THE GENTS" THE BEEHIVE J I PROTOCOL Protocol is the product of uncompromising tailoring skill and one of the world's most distinguished fabrics. Woven exclusively for Don Richards by one of Brit- aln's oldest mills, Protocol is an exacting blend of superfine worsted and Turkish Mohair. No other suit can boast of this superb fabric. Bemberg linings are a suitable compliment to the rich, lustrous shadings. 47.50 TO 75.00 Mosman's Clubwomen Honor Mrs. Mike Miller With Luncheon The Four Lakes Hub C'lb met ,at the Township Hall M'arch 25 for a very busy day. Members honored Mrs. Mike Miller with a surprise lunch- eon and presented hr wi.th several gifts. The hostess, Mrs. Lloyd LoveI1, created the cen- ,terpiece, a stork, from painted i egg caron cups ,and pink fe,ath- ors hich ,stood under a pink umbrella with several more tiny cradles, strollers nd tiny dolls. She served .s,ad and cof- fee. The co-hostess, Mrs. Glen Caisyn, served a cake beau- tifuily decorated with pink roses ,and.. "congratulations" itten in Nue frosting, wnic,h she designed. The lres'ident, Mrs. Berrmrd Kline, introduced t]e guests from Espanoh, Mrs. Osc,ar Rei%meer, Mrs. Edrm arncr, Mrs. Mae Beattie, Mrs. Mabel Sheaf, Mrs. Altha Meserve, Mrs. Luella Kuhn ,and Mrs. Murray. Mrs. Lloyd Lovelt rep,oed tlmt the large work table is now ready. It is ,to be inscribed "In Memory ,of Mayme Lund- by" and signatures of all mem- bers will be pain.ted on the top. She was a charter member of Hub Club. Mrs. Bruce Olive reported that a $25 cheek has been sent to the Spokane Coun- ty Homemakers Council as our don`ations to the scholarsIlfip fnnd. The safety chairman, Mrs. Lawrence Sehmidt, gave ,a re- )art on safety in the ,lmme. A lesson ,on low calorie meMS was given by Mrs. Lawrence Schmidt and Mrs. Oaisyn arm they gave out charts and beck- lets. ; The afternoon was spent dec-  oatin.g painted egg strolls with l lace, .ribbon,, rick rack and 1ut- ting tiny figures inside to give `a picttre window effect. These were hung ,on .a .mazaAta tree branch and tMs beautiful cen- terpiece was taken to the Cha- ncy Nursing Home sitting room for the Easter hodihays. There were 12 c}u members present and eiguests. INSTALLATIONS FOR MARTHA OES PLANNED APRIL 10 Maha chapter OES wil in. :stall new officers April 10 t 8 p. m. in the laso Temyle: Mrs. Mildod Van Pa'unt will he seated as vol m, atra;: John Van Brunt, worthy yat- ton; Mrs. Charlotte Gallo,amy, assoei, ate matron; Kenneth G- 1.away, ,associate patron; Mrs. Irry Hampton, secretary; Mrs. Hem'y Ghase, txeasm:er Ms. HareM Harvey corct- ross, and Mrs. Dean Swegle as- so.ate conductress. Installing officers will be Mrs. Ethel Garner, pest hint- ran; Mrs. I4 ,arold Pendell, re- firi,ng matron; d Ted Free- m,n, pest patron. Others are I Mrs. Elmer Luiten, organist; I Mrs. Ted Freeman, marshal, ,and Mrs. D. G. Jerue, chajlsin. TILICUM NEWS The beard of directors will .meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Stanley Pierce. Afternoon Literary dejavt- ment will meet Thtrsday at the tmme of Mrs. W. J. Cam'. The 'program  ,be given by Mrs. Mac Van, Sooyec. Mrs. Chri Betz will 'be assist.g has, tess. CHURCH NEWS NAZARENE /Nazarene elmh Stmday school will mee.t in he Y, akima Nzarene Church Wednesday and Thursday with members of the Chermy Suwdmy school smf attenKing. The youth group will ,go to Yakima Tlmrs- day ,and Fday. LODGE N EWS REBEKAH Rebelah ledge  meet Wednesday even&g in the IO- ] OF hall. Plans will be made for [the Spring ,meetings `and visits. NewArrivals Mr. and Mrs. William Brew- i star, W. 2429 Sanson, Spokane, are the parents of a boy, Mark Alan, born Thursday, March 25, at Deaconess hospital. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Rowles of Ch,e- nay. Mr. an, d Mrs. Jerry. Hudson an rounce the birth ef their first grandchild, a girl born to Pfc. and Mes. Norman Reth- erord of Airway Heights. He ,.s now stationed ,at Fort Car- son, Cote. The baby, born 'on March 14 in the Army hospital, has been named Dentin Lor- rai,e. She weighed six and one- bah pounds. The paternal grandmother is M;s. Frieda Retherford of Airway Heights. Mrs. Hudson is in Oolorado with her da, ughter. JOINT RECITAL P LA N N E D AT EWSC BY COLLEGE PAIR A pan:o-violin joint recital by violinist Marvin Mutchnik and pianis.t Travis Rivers will be presented by ,the Eastern Washington State CoI, ege de- partment of music Wedmresday evening. The program, featuring works by Mozart, Beethoven Schubert and Brahms, will be !in Showalter Auditorium on the E'WSC campus in eheney at 8:15 p. m. Admission is free nd the punic is invited. Mutehnik is ,assistant profes- sor of music at EWSC and is concertmaster ,of ,the Spokane Symphon Orchestra. Rivers is a visitnlg :ins.truc.tar in music at EWSC. Blue Bird Group Visits Newspaper A group f 13 Be B'ds vis- ited the .Cheney Free Press hast Tlmrsday to watch the prin$in of a newslaJer. The gins vcatched the operation of the vrintmg press ad saw the pa- pers ,automaieMly folded and .then ud, dressed for ,rrmiltng to ,subscribes. The girls, ,all members of the :second grade at Camp,us School, were Desiree er, hird Gar, Joan Gmese, Janie Grav Ann He, Mel- ody Hardin, Lorraine Hedtke,' Iaren Ki}len, 3eni Labish, Sharmon MeManus, Nancy Mot-: .rison Meg Mosanan, and Car- rie Mulenix. They were accompanied by Mrs. Hetke and Mrs. McMan- lS. Works By Neperud At Alley Gallery PNnts nd ,oils by Donald Neperud will be on display at the Eastern Washingn State College Ally Gallery today tlough April 30. CONVENTION SET AT GARFIELD The 96th semi-annual con- vention of .the Northeastern District Federation o,f Women's club,s will be held April 10 in the Methodist church of Gar- field. A coffee hour at 8:45 will be foliwed by the opening ses- sion at 9:45 a. m. Mrs. W. A. Lund of Green.acres, the presi- dent, will preside. Reports will be made by department chair- men and each ctub will answer tel,1 cM1 with a three minute report on a projtct for com- murity service. Four new of- fJ;cdrs to be elected are second vice president, recordif sec- retary, `auditor and custodian. The Garfield ,club is the hos- tess group ,and luncheon reser- vations must be made to Mrs. Oral Smith, Garfield, by April 5. Registrations must be made by .opening hour and delegates are to bring credentials. The sewing contest for high school girls and club members will be judged at 9 a. m. with an Easter Parade of fashions in the aftevnoon. Mrs. Will Jones, chairman, requests en- tries to bring commentaries on costumes. The keynote speaker, Mrs. Mary Avery of the WSU Li- brary, will speak on the devel- opment of the Pacific North- west and historical oioneer families along with portions of her radio manuscripts. A living tree will be pre- sented to the hostess club and attendan,ce silver trays pre- sented. Interludes ef music and en,tertainment will be featured dun,g the day. Ad}ourn:men.t will be at 3 p. m. Going from this community will be Mrs. Stan Pierce, Mrs. W. Westerman, Mrs. Earl Moos, Mrs. C. Lauff, Mrs. Mile Bal and Mrs. A. B. Cutting, District board members. Evangel ists Coming To Cheney Church Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Yates, visitation evangelists, will assist the Cheney Christian Church ,in a special week of call!inN ,beginmng Sund`ay. Mr. Yates will :speak at the morning worship service on "Vhat Does God Expect of Us?" Mrs. Y'ates will sng "I Hed the Voice of Jesus Say." A ro play demontrao of the art ,of ,church ealJirg will be presented in a tainig sos- at 7:30 p. m. Sunday. The chtrch calendar ihas been cleared, aecordg to the:Pas- tor Doald A. Ross, for a full week of ,afternoen ,and evening cang Mond`ay through Pi- day. Mr. and Mzs. Yates ae ,ac- quated in Olmrtey, .having served in evangelistic wok with the Christian Church here in years past. The week of vi'sitaon will be concluded with the morn- ing worship on Palm Sundaay when Mr. Yates will speak on "What Must I Do to be Saved?" The worship will be followed by a fellowship dinner. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Garner, Neperud, EWSC ,assi.tant will spend the next professor of art, has degrees two weeks at their home. from WKlamette University. Mr. ad Mrs. Herman O. Jen- The EWSC Alley ,lery is sen entertained as Stmday din- open @aly except Saturdays. nor guests their son and fam- Adrrsson is free. Sweden Is Topic Of Mrs. Hagelin ,Gamma Theta chapter of Beta Sigma PbA met recently at ,the home of Mrs. Den Helm. /ssistig hostesses were Mrs. BI KAdd ,and Mrs. Jim Jlm- on. The program, "Sweden," presented by Mrs. Richard Hglin. ily, Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Jen- sen ,and two children of Spo- kr,e. CAMP F I RE NEWS Cani-y,a-Tilra Oamp Fire group ,met at e home of Miss SRee Johnson lagt week to elect Sharon G, vice lresident; Din Jnson, ,scribe, and Joppa Hatch, ,secre- tary-triter. Plans were male to ,hd a hike on Turn- butl game refuge Saturday. EVANGELISTS COMING--Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Christian church evangelists, will assist at the tian church Sunday through April 11 for a specil calling. He is a retired minister of visitation and in Cheney on previous occasions. Homemakers To Meet In Spokane The Spokane County Council of Homemakers clubs will ,meet tod,ay from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. in the Darigold Hostess room at Spokane. Mrs. J. H. Spuler o,f Chancy, chairman o the Achievement Day committee, will `announce plans for the event. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Monday- Spit pea soup, stuffed celery, cabbage `and apple sMad, fruit cup, apple nmffins. Tuesday -- Roast beef, whipped potatoes, brown gra- vy, tossed salad, raisin bread. Wednesday through Friday --Vacation. Classified advertisin does a great job at a small cost. N EWS BR Mr. and Mrs. ricks and Helen tained as Saturd,ay and Mrs. tta'ld Mrs. Harriet tle, who ,are ner they were Hendrick's M,rs. Ralph lane. In the tended the talent show in Mary Lou Nicols end in the talent piano numbers. Mrs. D. G. Jerue as weekend Mrs. E. A. Bur crosse. Carl Rudolf, week in Los hess, returned vsited his son, Dr. tis Rudolf. Farmer's Steak $1.25 CREAM SAUCE The Red Barn Cheney Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake with All Standard Oil SPECIALIZING IN HEATING AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor 235-6378 The Cheney High School Community Work Day Tuesday, April 1 A community work day, in which high, school students will go out community on the farms, into the homes and stores, and gain work ex by doing actual work that needs to be done, will be Tuesday, April 13. The purpose of the day is to raise money for 11 of the school's activities. The date this year will be April 13. In case of bad weather, the will be held Wednesday, April 14. A great many people have already indicated their interest. going t do all kinds of work---cleen yards, pile wood, do carpentry nd jobs, wash and iron, clean house, care for children, wash windows or car, with the family mending, or other similar work. The hours for students will be from 8:30 a. m. to noon and 12:30 p. m. and the minimum wage will be 75 cents an hour. All the money will' be put in the Student Body General Fund. Phone 235-6203 at the High School. Community Work Day this year will be held in cooperation with the Volunteer Firemen, and the Chamber of Commerce, Clean-up, Fix-up TO BE FILLED OUT BY PERSONS DESIRING WORKERS Employer's lme .................................................................................................. :. Address ........................................................................................................................ (Be sure o fill in) Type o Work Approximate Number of Hours Y, ou Will Need Help Number of Workers Needed ............................................ i Boys Give Name .of Student or Students ff You Have a Preference Charge per ho.ur is 75 cents Gifts Working Hours 8:30 ,a. m. to 3:30 i Sign, ature Employer's Only