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Page 4 Chancy Free Press Friday, April 3, 1964 Montana Girl, Spangle Man United In Catholic Rite At Great Falls, Mont. Lorraine Van Tighem, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Va Tighem of Great Fails, lon&apos;t., and Larry J. Zehrn of Spartgte were married recently at Holy Family Catholic church "at Great Falls. The bridegroom is She son of Mrs. Iavry SLve,s of Spokane and Erwin C. Zehm of Spangle. The bride wore a chapel length gow of peau de sole mid aleneon lce designed with lJmg tapered sleeves and scal- loped ;rmckIine hnmed with sequins a'nd pearls. Her elbow length vG1 was attached to a crown of ,lace and sequins. She carried white rosas and cavrations. Mrs. Betty Van Tighem was matron of ,horror. The groom's lIrs. SaJnaker of i Connell, was bridesmaid. Their i waltz-length gowns were in blue and both wore matching headdresses. Monty Zehm of C:onnel] was his brother's best man. Eddie Van Tighem, Great Fas, th bride's brother, and Arnold Dickinsort, Auburn, Wash., cousin of tke groom, ushered A reception followed at the Park Hotel Terrace Room. M'any out,of-town guets at- tended the wedding. The bride is .a graduate of Great Falls High School and was employed by Faners Un- ion Grain Terminal Ass'n. Zehm is a graduate of Spangle High School and Was: .ln,gton Slate UniversiCy. He is em-' ployed by the U. S. Depart- merrt of MR. AND MRS. LARRY J. ZEHM Ritzville Woman Chosen District Oracle At Royal Neighbors Convention Held Here .The IFM Neighbor lodges I Chr'steue Porter, state super- ctirict convention he in I visor, conducted the school of C on Tuesday was at-lin,structiou in the aternoon d ,by 110 mmbevs odJand installed the nmv offic- dMguished gtmsts t `the ciCy [ers. Candid_s were in,tinted lmll. I by Mrs. Maxilm Mmw aad ........ Mm, Irna Cmfiey opened, h,er officers of Spokane. tim meeting for the bootes R was repeated th the su- ledge of (Yneaey for ,the pre- Setti<m of t%e district ffic- ors. Mrs. Marie Conley, dis- tTict oracle, was introduced and eatod o preside over e e00stons. Twelve past district oracles we irtroduced and wekomed. AI district officers were introduced by past oracle lks. W. E. SwteE The welcome was by Iwa Ioffer ith response by Mrs. Mary Wu of Sp&ne. Mrs Beula.h Kraft was musi- cn ,and Mrs. Esther Tewne was song leader. Relative b was en. dueled in the nmrnin,g. Elected new district oracle ws Mrs." h[olie Gernan, Ritzville. O&ers elected were, vice oracle, Mrs. Lou Hydorn, Spo- karm; elncellor, Mrs. Mary uh, Spokane, and recorder- receiver, Mrs. Elsie Hang of Rizve. The 1965 ",distri convention will be hed in Kitzvie. Mrs. CAMP FIRE NEWS Tami Wh Ya Camp Fire grou,p met Wecheschy at the ttome of Miss Sue Bean to phn for camp ous ad hikes. Each outlined a duy to count for rank advanoernm. NEW ARRIVAL {r. and Ms. Jnes W'fl, a the birth of a &ugh- ter, Nancy  born Thurs- day, March 26, in St. Lukes hospital The ba00, who w ovr eight olm, joL, Cw siters and a  at their lmme in (3horny. r.  Mrs. Carl Ruddf are  grand1 of a girl, born a%urs&y, iVh 28, in Sacred Heart Hospil x an and .his wife, Mr. and lrs. Kemtt Rudolf of Solume. e! tro gistem t their lmme in Spokme. br. l M.  Johnson are the Imrt of a boy, bo Prlehy, Mm-ch 27, in Sad tleart Hospital in Sikaae. TILICUM NEWS ",Firm arts deartmertt will nme Mond3y evening, April 6, at ,the home of Mrs. Steph- en Spcek. The book review lgram will be presented by s. F. L. Ratdiffe Jr. Ehc- ton of the new clinic>man will be included in he business meeting coructed by Mrs. Mike Miller. lening li`tera department will meet April 7 at te ome of Miss Florertce Rue. Mrs preme Oracle, Anna B. Spang- let, from I1Brmis, wil make her ,official visi to the coast cities in June. A meetirrg will be held June 9 in Spoke and all lodges will ha,re in the meet- ing under he direction of Mrs. Poer and the dstrict depu- ties. Oher sta,te officers with Mrs. Porter were Mrs. Mildred blon.e, state xacle, of We- n, atchee and Mrs. Mttie Wit- `ti of VCa, tervile, state record- er, w%o exten4ed an invitian .to the state comrmgion to be held in Wentehee in 1966. The deputies, Mrs. Betty Hale, Mrs. Boa Pappas, Mrs. A'hdna Morrison and Mrs. Georgia Httbet, alt spoke ,on the dis- triet lodge activities. A coffee hour followed, served in the Legion Hall. Wlte and ptwple coors f the ,ges :were decorations. Gift: crafts of argel fish were door rizes. 'Mlo Ball will presen the pro- gram on Alaska. The board  directors will meet t the e of Mrs. Os- car Johnson  10 'a. m. April 7. Members Of @e new board are invited  aCmnd with menbers .of the present board. Afternoon erary depart- merit will meet Thurs&y afternOon a he home of Ms. Agnes HoRer wi Mrs. Mac Van Seayoc presenting e pr gram. CHURCH NEWS The Methodist church witl hold he April fellvsRp di- er Monday  6:30 p. m. in l youth center of the curck he _mens ellowship  be ,hOst group for a imChck; with members briging ,hot dishes and salads. A program on commission of Christia so. cial reliom wm be feutured, with films and slides. The regular meeting of the mens fo}lowSffip will be in the church when guest Speaker Wi1,m Zelmer will speak on the coramg germml confer- ence 't Pittsburgh, Pa. NAZARENE NEWS lJ The Nza, rene Y o u n g People's Society has elected officers for the coming church year. The group elected Rob- ,eft Shea to once move be pres- ident. Miss Shirley Loomer is ,vice prasidont, Mary Lou Nich- ols ,is `treasurer and Elirmr Best is secretary. Mrs. ttobert She and Mary Lou Nichols were elected delegates `to the eom, ertion in Spokane at the Nazarene Valley Church on ENGAGED  Pamaila Anne Diehm and Micheai McAtee, both Eastern Washington State College students, have ,nnounced their engagement. A May wedding is planned. Miss Diehm is a graduate of Cheney High School. Pamalla Diehm, M icheal McAtee Plan May Wedding Mr ,ad Mrs L A Diehm, 4634a Redwood Dr., Ta.emna, recent residerts of Spokane, have armouneed the enDge- niertt of their daughter, Pam- all,a Arme, te Micheal McAtee. Miss Diehm is a graduate of Cheney High School and is presertly attending Eastern Washington State Cdlege where she is a junbr major- ing in home economics. McAtee, a graduate 'm Liberty Union High School, Cah'fornia, is a senmr at EW- SC and is majoring in journal- ism. The couple plates te be mar- ried May 30 at the Gbria Die Lu'theran church in Spokane. Pasbr Rist will officiate at the wedding. A trip to San Francisco is plan_ned following the wed- dirg. Thursday and Friday of this week. The Nazarene Church an- nual meeting was held on Wednesday night. Officers and board members elected wil be announced in ne week's pa- per. The Christian church board ,of directors will meet in the church on Tueay a,t 7:30 p.m. The Mebdy Singers, com. posed of men sin of the local Chri churoh- and Spokane churches,  w pre- sent a concert in the Chancy Christian church Sunday eve- nng t 7:30. The concert is sponsored by the men's fel- lowShip, which will serve re- freshmen,s afterwards. ST. ROSE OF LIMA [ In preparation for the um- mage sale to ,be :held by mem- bers of the St. Rose of Lima Altar Society, a final work session took place Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harry Mosman. PDns were eomple- ed for the sale which will stwt at 9 a. m. April 8 and connue through Ap 11 at H00U. pick-up00 please caU Mrs. Mosmn at 235-6555. Three new teachers for the parish high sohool Conm.ter- ni of hrisian Doctrine pro- gram wave ppointed zcenly by the pastor, Father W" 'fliozn A. Brenrtan. Those assuming teaching duties ,are: Ared J. Price, senior d junior class; Frarmis J. Sch,ad'egg, sopho- more class, and Harry Deinin- get, frees'nan clss. Juniors and senior studems meet at 7 p. m.-each Wednesday, and i freshm,an arid .sophomore stu- dents ,a0tad classes  Mon- day at 7 p: m. ,., Mrs. Bermard Kingsly ha been named new director of the  choir by the pastor. Orga to assist /lea" re Linda  Z h and Sylvia Manzo. Mrs. s- ty etendsd an inflation to my interested pari@d(mr, and+to high tin,eel student es- pecially, to join the group. G; A. R. Auxiliary Will Gather Here Gereral George Wright Woman's Relief Corps Ne. 8 Auxiliary b ,the G. A. R., will ntertain department officers Saturday in the American Leg- ion halt 'at 1 p. m. Guests will be Mrs. Pearl Powers, department president, .Irs. HesPer Quist, del)aament inspecter; and Mrs. Jennie An- Warning Sounded About Botulism In Canned Food Botulism is in the news again The suspect this time is home-canned snap beans. Preven, tion? Process meats rld low,acid vegetables under dersoa,, department couns:el,or, lrecommended pressure coa,di- Corps hostesses are Mrs. I tions. Also, when i,n doubt Emma Emtman and Mrs. Ra- about the sMety o,f using chel Lethe. home-canned food, don':t! Don't even "taste just to make sure" Miss Thayer, NeaJ it' there is ,any queson con- eerning the appearance or Exchange Vows Here ed,or of canned food. I These words of caution Miss Diane Thayer and John e  , ,]0 ........ J c me from Mrs Ruth r ..... ,,  eai were umea in mar-, - ' , county extertsmn agent. nage la Sturday.a:t 70 P.'I The presence of botulism m m n.e lvzenooast ermrcn toxin- :- --- --,--':" ,  is zzm, reauuy recog- parsonage. The Rev. K. W. Lar- nized Mrs Ruth rim,4 ......... risen (fficiated m the presente I A foul raneid ,4,r ,n ,a ,o the immed?te fgn!y aad]are the mest cemmon indica- ctose nenus. Aena,ans were lt,:ors Odors and molds in W. F Hayes and Mrs. Caroltlcan.ned meas ad non,acid Thayer. A reception followed]foods-often bu not always, in the couple s ,apartment here. aceo,mpany the devebpment of Botch are students at EWSC betu:lirtu:s toxin. With the more and will certin'ue heir stud- ,acid foods, the foul odor may ie,s during the sprirg quarter, not be so noticeable. This is AAUW TO MEET Mrs. Du.ncan Thomson will h,ost the next AAUW meetirg Thursday at 8 p. m. a!t her .hme. CHENEY HOT LUNCH April 6  Weiner arid sauer- kraut, hash brown potatoes cornbread ,and apple pie. April 7  Lasagne, babgn,a sandwich, tossed salad, apri- cot upside-down cake. April 8, 9, 10 spring vaca- tion. PEO MEETING HELD Chapter A J, P. E. 0., m e,t Wednesday at he home of Mrs. F. N. Danie]s. Mrs. Ken- neth Kerrmdy was the assisting hostess. A constituonal quiz was led by Miss May Pewell CARD OF THANKS We wish to expres our sin- ce're appreciation for the ,rrmy ,acts .of kindness and words of sympath7 showered upn us during ,the recent loss of our wife, mother mad grawdmother, Olha Stark: Mr. M. C. Stark Mr. amt Mrs. Gone S`tak and family Mr. aad Mrs. Edgar Streck and hmil7 Miss Jane Williams " a3 NE00S BRIEFS Mrs. Flora Rer and he da.uglrer, Ms Ine Rufr, entortairmd for Easter dinner Mr. and Mrs. Charley M"fllm- of Amber. Miss Minnie Wittenbach, Miss Florence Rue and Miss May Powell made up a dhrmer party at Holiday Inn on Bas- ter. Miss Cecil Erryde n- ed 'Miss Fbra Davidson as an Easter dinner guest at the Holi&y Irm on Sunday. Mrs. Christine Porter of Che- lma and Mrs. Kirk Hulbevt of Eureka spert ertday in Che- hey visRing Mrs. M" flhrd Hale. W hle here they attended the convenon of the Ral Neigh- bor lodges. .Mrs. Mark la*cliffe attend- ed &e Friday Musicale Club tea today which honored the guest performers to appear April 6 in the Spokmle Sym- phony Orchestra eomert in Spokane. Arthur Beflal of Che- ney and Marlyn Rob4,sn of SImkane will be guest perform- ors. Mrs. R'atdiffe Fesided, a h home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Backer in Spolane. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dave wat to R0salia Sunday for an Easter r with ,their datghter, Mrs. Robert McBride and family. Mrs. Eta Presael ertter- bined s  Sundy d nor .guestS' her niece, Louelh Ttm00,w00 ,00dd00g took ply_ in leUbrd on Monday. Mr. avid Ms. Pete Bilies. bach eteained wtih a no- hst Easter dilmev fr emir daughter, Mrs. Morris Slavtm, 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 ,and family of Spokane; Mr. .and Mrs. Loss West, Herman ttowe arid Mr. ad Mrs. M. R. Slovens of Cheney. Mrs. William Mohs enter- tained as pro Easter dinn.er guests on Saturday at her home for Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd VandeBerg and Janie and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dales. Dr. Lioyd VandeBerg left Easter Sunday for Washing- ton D. C., where he will aterd the Ntional I'ndustrial Arts Asseciatian conve,ntion March 30 to April 3. He is EWSC de- partmen, t hed of the Indus- trial Arts. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Grain were Easter Sunday dinner guests of their daughter, Mrs. Pete Montague a.nd family at th.eir ranch home. Mrs. Mel Samons and Tom spert th,e weekerd in, Grand- view where tey attended the wedding of a niece, Eileen Samons, and Vbyd Davis in the Baptist church of Grandiew Saturday. The ceremony was followed by a reception for 10O guests arid rehfives. lrs. F. J. G "rimtt return- ed Monday from Oregon where she spe a few &ys with a sister ,and family. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hart arid wo d, atght.ers from Spo- .k,ae were Easter Smuiay guests of his parents, Mr. and Ms. Ernest ttT. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jan- sen ea%evj_.ed wih an E- ter breakfast ,at the Davertpm, t for her mother, Mrs. B. Rath. reck, a daughter, Mrs. Max Jackson, and two. 'dugltters, ,and a grandson, David Lien-i $t. i Mrs. R. D. New,an spet the ] Easter vacation in Maseow, I Idaho, as ,a guest of her sister, ] Mrs. H. Smirk the case with canned beans. Boil Vegetables Te be assured of safety with home-canned foods, Mrs. Rew- ley suggests you boil all vege- bbles rapidly for a,t est 10 minutes. Inez Eckbhd, Washingbn State University extesioaa foods specialist, reports that botulism is caused by toxins produced in a feed by the bo,t- ulism organism. The gowth of this organism depertds upon the level of ,acidity and the nu- triert value of the particular food. Even canned fruits .and acid vegetables such as tomatoes can dewlop botulirms toxin. This usual}y occurs when im- proper canning procedures cause a moldy product. Mold can reduce the acid contet o{ 'the food and make better growth condition,s for the bet- ulinas organism. In addition to the presence of foul odors and molds:, feed speihge is indicated by cans i v/;*h bulging ends, lids or rings. Also suspect any canned food that leaks or spurts liq- uid whert opened. Your family physichn is youx best source ,of informa- tion on hew to recognhe and treat botulinus pois0ning, says ]Irs. Rowley. She adds hat an ,anti-,toxn is avihble. Any canned food showing :any evidence of soflage should be destroyed. Burn the food or dump it d,ovn, the drain so it will not be ealen by huraans or animals. GEORGE R. NETHERCUTT 726 IIutton Bldg.. Spokane. Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 76882 Ia the Superior Court of the State of Washington ir and for the County of Spokane. In the Matler of the Estate of [ MARY ELIZABETH VILCOX, deceased. | Notice is hereby given that the under- [ signed has been appointed Executor [ of the above estate in this Court. and 'has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said deeeas. eel are required to serve claims, duly verN Mar: By Mrs. Rt SUNRISE A Sunrise Sunday shall reunify were: Cheney, Eugene Ross; murdty, Rev. shakl Lanphear; gecal Free, Viney. Rev. spoke on "He He is Risen." PERSONAL Visitors of family were lard Bsly ,acrgl kane. J. C. Power visited Mr. er over the Mr. ,and Mra and family ter Sunday Marion Hill of Mr. and Mrs. guests for Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and and fami'ly Sunday of Mr. Ralph and Genia vices for Mr. of Sp@ane. luncheon Shone that fled. with undersigned at upor George R. of record at Building. 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