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Page 4 Cheney Free Press CHENEY HOT LUNCH ,Morctasr -- Weiiner in blan- ket, ,uerkraut, stuffed celery, carrot sticks. Tuesday -- Oriental mice, green sahd, botogna sticls, plesaLme bread. Wednesday -- Pizza, gveen beans, carrot, cabbage, rMsin salad, cookie. ursday -- Rost turkeyl Whipped potatoes, giblet gmcy, hit salad, ot cross buns. Friday -- CoLored Fster egg.s, parsl;ed potatoes, tossed salad, chuck vcaon bred, Eas- ter cake. FHA GIRLS WORK Eight girts in the Liberty High School Future Homemak- Friday, April 9, 1965 A . NewArrivals J / Mr. and Mrs. Scotty Me- Broom are the parents of a baby boy, born Wednesday. The intfant, Timothy Lee, weighed 8 pounds and 14 ounc- es iat birth. He joins a brother, Clifford, and two sisters, Hea- ther and Hotly, at the Me- Broom home. LODGE NEWS JOB'S DAUGHTERS Bethel 17 of Job's Dauglters es of America clmpter are held its mother-daughter lunch- werkirg for their state home- con Sunch,y in the Masonic makers degrees; The. girls, all j Temple following atednce sophomores :ann ]unzers, are I at the United Church of Christ Ja,ne Brincken, Kathy Osthel- I for Go to Church" day. Eac'h ter, Jill Robinson, Jtfie Roach-Jmember introduced her moth- ich, Pat Cornwall, Leigh Critch- er and ,guests. A style show low, SaLly Fel.gehuer and provided entertainment. 3nel Thieren. When You Need Glasses Have your prescription filled at Thavis Opticians, where you can be sure your glasses will be optically or- rect--exactly as your doctor orders. We have a complete selection of the newest styles for men, women and children. All glasses are made by trained opticians-- fitted by experts. Thavis OPTICIANS, inc. James W. Gump W. 405 Riverside Madison 4-9209 Spokane MARTHA OES Martha chapter OES will meet Monday in the Masonic Temple, with Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt, new patron and ma'tron, in charge. REBEKAH Rebekah lodge met Wednes- (tay in the IOOF ha,U. Mrs. Ag- nes Gllarltan, treble grand, pre- sided for report on the recent ceebration of the 75th anni- versa,ry of the lodge. CAMP FIRE NEWS Odakon-ya Camp Fire group met Tueschy with Mrs. Fred Johns and made ,a trip to Spo- lane by train. They tutored the Union Depot, Spokane pub- lic lbrary and other paints of interest ,before returning home. They had a roadside sack lunch. This week they are do- ing *a gift servi project for reavded clfi. Auxiliary Will Meet AmP'ivan Legion Auxil,ry wl:l meet Wedmesday evenia, g at the lmme of Mrs. Carl Hand- rocks. Mrs. Famest Harr will cordct the brininess meeting ad ,appairt the n, omirmtg committee. Poppies will be or- dered or the a,Imal sle, and a Girl's State eani6ate cussed. D. Whiter L. Powers, East- en WaShington State College professor of e6u,eation and psy- clmlogy, wikl :present a paper at the national ccavvetion of the American Pe:rsonel and Guchnce Association in Minn- eapolis, Minn., next week. Don't share your profits with this thief any longer. Kill wild oats before they have a chance to decrease your yields.., steal your profits. Avadex, Monsanto's wild oat killer lets you plant ear- lier with heavier yielding varieties. Take full advan- tage of wild oat control for greater yields and increased profits. See us soon, be sure yOU have enough Avadex to treat where wild oats ap- peared last year. USE AVADEX Cheney Feed & Fuel Cheney, Wn. shock-resistant. It comes in a neat, simple case and it's made by a division of Bulova. What more do you want? The date? You do? You have a choice of Caravelle calendar watches from $14.95. Worth every cet. And more,. , Caravelle,,,,,on o, o, SMITH JEWELERS eWhen case, crystal ond crown are Int0|, Prices pl t NOTICE The Cheney City Planning Commis- sion will conduct a public hearing on proposed Ordinance F-45 pertaining to platting at the Cheney City Hall on April 12, 1965, at 8:00 p. m. at which time all persons interested may be heard. Copy of said Ordinance is posted in the lobby of the City Hall. Copies may be obtained from the City Clerk. Francis Lee, Chairman Cheney City Planning Commission Shirley Johnson-Daryl Shirley Ann Jo,hnson and Drryl L. Leipham we,re united in marriage by Dr. Christie Swain in ,a double ring cere- mony at the First Presbyterian Church n Spokane. Shirley Ann is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson, Rt. 1, Spo- kane, and Daryl is the son o M,r. and Mrs. Henry Leip,ham, Davenport, Wash. For ,the candle-light cere- mony the bride veere a own faShioned of elipped elantilly lace, the bod,ce designed with a sabri, na neckne, ec,hed with pears and opaliseens. A flowirg panel front with tiers ,of ,side ruffles accents tle bouf- fant skirt which extends into a cathedral fan train. She carried a cascaded bouquet f white roses and stepRanotis inserted with hite orchi6s. The 'bride ,chose for hex at- *erd, ants, her three sisters, .'Miss Rose Mrie Jolmn, maid of ,lormr, Mrs. HeLen IngOts, hr@esmaid, ,arid Miss Betty 3olmson, junior hrdiesmaid, amt Miss Jaquita Foy, fiend of the bride. The bridesmaid's gown and head pieces were de- signed by the bride. The bride's nieces were the iwr girls: Patty Sue Irfliss, Permy Lou Ingles ad Deanna .... % L_eipham Wed Joln,san. They were dressed identical to the bridesmaids. The candlelighters, als.o nieces, M'iss Debra Inglis 'and Miss Christine Inglisu, fotlowed the bride's color scheme wearing blue and white. The bride's mother woe a pastel pink spring wool suit with hite ,accessories. The groom's mother chose a morn- ing glory bine suit witl blue hat ,d white accessrie.s. The groom's brother, Dean Leiplam of Spokane, srved as best man. The ushers were Dtmne Ingliss of Spolane Mas- Ayres Henry, FairbankSi)aven ' ka, Don OeMwein of _ i and Steve Leipham, Spokane, and Steve Lenard, Seattle, ring bearer, Gene Johnson, son of Mr. arm Mrs. Ken Jalmson, i Spokane. A reeeption followed the cexemony in the church parlor. Mrs. Arlene Henry, the goom's sister, cut the wedding cake, assisted by Mrs. lavgaret Chrk. Serving punch w Mrs. Dorma Johnson, and coffee, Mrs. Alice Morris. The couple left on a wedd'ig trip to .southern California and wL1 make their home n Daven- port, VCash. Relief Corps Convention Officers Include Cheney Pair The 36th annual convention off district 4 of the Wom2an's Relief Corps, auxiary, to the Grand Army of the Re)hlie, et in the Legi, on hall with Mrs. W. L. McIntyre, president of General George= Wright Corps No. 8, Cheney, giving the welcome. Response was by Mrs. Pearl Powers, :past departmernt CANCER CRUSADE SET FOR APRIL 22 "Fight Cancer With a Check- Up and ,a Glieek" is the sic'an of the American Carmer Socie- ty Crusade in Spokazle corty. The "annual crusade will be Jean Graves Plans Early June Wedding Mr. ,and Mrs. Clifford W. Graves of Chancy announce the engagement of their daughter Je:an to Thomas L. Webb, son of Mr. ,and Mrs. F. L. Webb of Riehhnd, Wash. Miss Graves and Mr. Webb are students ,at ]astern Was'h- inrgtn State College, where she is majoring in physica4 educa- tio,n and Mr. Webb in physical therapy. An early June wed- ding is planned. Church Schedules Billy Graham Film The Medical Lake Commun- ity church youth goup has .scheduled the Billy Graham film. "Oiltown, U. S. A." It will be presented at the chu,rch Sunday evening at 7. "Oiltown, U.S.A. was filmed" duriug Graham's Crusade in Houston. Texas. MARCENE FLIKKE PLANS TO WED Mr. and Mrs. Lee Flikke an- nounce the wedding d, ate of their daughter, Marcene, and Paul Hendrickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hendrickson off Anatone, Wash. The wedding will be June 13 at 3 p. m. in Emmanuel Luth- e,ran church of Cheney, with the Rev. Claire Grube o,fficiat- ing. A reception will follow in the church. The coulle will spend the summer in Cheney as students at EWSC. They pla to live in Pulltman after th, at. Hub Club Members Attend Meeting Last Friday Mrs. Anna Er- furth, Mrs. Nick Haidy, Mrs. Berrmrd Kline, Mrs. Lloyd Lov- ell, Mrs. Bruce Oliver, Mrs. Lawrence Schmidt, Mrs. Her- man Wi..s, Mrs. Ion BaTick and Mrs. 3oln Becke.r, from tte leour Lakes Hub dub, attend- ed the Spokane county commfl of Homemakers at the Darigaitl bul@ing. Achievement Day Lunehe(m will be lmld at the Cheney City H'a1 May 6 at 11:30 a. m. TILICUM NEWS Fine Arts 6epartmet met MondaT, April 5, at he tmme of lVtrs. Orbed KilRn at Four Lakes. Mrs. Stepmn Spacek was ,rssisting hostess. Mrs. George FiStmr gave the pro- gram on "Colonial I-Ilg hhts. '' Ineerrmtiont Education met Thursday afternoen at the home of Mrs. Paul Jeffrey. As-' si, stirg ,hostess was Mrs. Ruth Fuhrman. Next meeting wil ,be at the .home of Ms. L. Folk Thurs6ay. Mrs. C. Stewm-t will Washington State College fac- ulty member, was keynote speaker. Noon luh was :served by the Ckey Corps and Mrs. D. R. SeeLey, Spokane was m ekage of the sales ta'ble. The 6istrivt erdorsod "a 'eso- l, ution o be presaged at the dp,rtmert convention in se- attle, Jtme 13-16, for visRa- ions nd inspections of depa. met officers 0 be eld in Sep- tember, October "ad Novem- ber, ather titan in the spng. Donations were iven to the Grmad Army Memorial park in Weport whieh is owned by the d epm'hnemt; to the L. D. Forbes Jumor Corps, Seattle, !iii i, iliiiiiiii::iii!:i, iiiiiiill i REED EARNS COMMISSIONJohn Reed, son of Reed of Cheney, was commissioned as a second lowing graduation from Eastern Washington State ter quarter. Ceremonies were held in the h, onor new members and give oId members a get,acquainted hour. Monday through Thursday the Christian Church will ob- serve communion services at 7:30 p. m., to which the pu'blic is invited. COMMUNITY Community church will hold its feltowship pottuek dinner following the morning worship period. Rev. and Mrs. Gone Ross en- tertained the munity churches of Empire Tuesday were completed to Easter Sunday Chancy April 18. JEHOVAH'S A three-day tion, of Jehovah's Sun6ay at 25 persons from congregation, presiding minister, Attention ! All You C0fl0n Pickin' Farm00 Get Your Cotton Picker Spindle FREE AT Cheney Implement Get Yours Now! Come Early- Avoid The Rusl present ,he program. duri,g the week of April 20 Hardicraft department w, hen volunteer wolers wi.l meet Tuesday at the ome of make a canvass from hotse to Mrs. E'lmer Marsh. A half mile East of Cheney on house for 6on, ations ,arid to dis- tribute lituerature on cancer C H U RC H NEWS research, ,service and assist- ,once. METHODIST Spangle Road is president, Seattle. The Chancy branch has cho- Members of the Methodist M.vs. Earl Weaver, distct sen April 22 for a one evening church WSCS were guests a,t  president, Spokane, was pre- drive. Volunteer wockers and the Ericall Moth,list church sened. Guests introduced were eoBege, o girls will meet at Vhe oId'ay "aftevn,oon. A mission- ,(aw,re'u"'S Auto Mrs. George Harte, department borne of Mrs. A. B. Cutting, ary nurse, Miss Chra Bartlin, president, V, ancouver; Mrs. ll04-2nd St., at 5:30 p. m. and recently returned from Africa, Walter Quist, department in- wi'H canvass loll "areas of the was guest speaker. speetor, Des aines; Mrs. G. town until 8 p. m. Cars will be J. eghr, raozl senar vice president; Mrs. VLrgin Pot-provided to take workers CIfftISTIAN FOR COMPLETESPRINGAUTO throughout the city and then This Sun'day will end the ter, past depavtmen presidont; return,,, them to the Ctting visitation sernns of Rev, and Mrs. R. E. Erdnan past depart- home "afervards, where they Mrs. merit Chaplain; Mrs. E. E. Zim- will meet Spokane secretaes tinny, church.Tm A Yates at the Chris- mar, past executive board , a,d enjoy a soci,l lmtr, wilL follow mornigptluck, services to dinner member, "all .of Spokane; and Re,dens are asked to con- M. W'iil School, department tribe generously and make eecutive board member, whO!th e crusade a real service. a:so cut, duPed the memo.a] What's New In Miss Afice Moe, Easvn Mrs. Hagie Tours Well, There's rs. Daryl Hagie, executive secretary-treasurer of National Spurs, spent last week ,in the Mid, west representing that or- ganization. Her trp included a visit with the Butler Umver- aity Spur chapter in India. ,a, polis, d. *and attendarme at the loM Association of Women Deans and Counselors convention in Mirmeapalis, Minn,. Mrs. G. R. MaxwelL enter- tained 'as weekend guests her sistor, M_vs. George Ware, PoP- ,and, ,and Mr. "arm Mrs. Claufle Gher of Coeur d'AFene. A NEW RESTAURANT, NEW DOCKS, REST ROOMS, NEW BEACH HOUSES, NEW BOATS AND EASTERN BROOK TROUT MYER'S PARK Fish La (Formerly Farrington's, Rt. 3) a group of grls, ages 8 to 16 years; nd to the depm-tmeat scholarship and tag funds. ELe cxieers for 1966 are Mrs. Edith Eslick, president, arid M. Pearl Rhodes, seiaior vice presidet, C'olvile; Mrs. Waiter Bergloff, juror vice president, Mrs. Blmer arSh, treasurer, ,and Mrs. Carolyn Htdso, conductor, Cheney; :Mrs. F. W. Reetz, chap, and Mrs. E. E. Zimmer, ,guard, Sp lvane. Next a, nnual convention site' will be Calville, the first Friday in April 1966. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Zimmer- man ,entertained *as weekend guests their son, Larry, and Miss Renee Rudd of Seattle. On Sunday a foamily dirmer was hed. Ottmrs attending weee Mr. and Mrs. Paer Zim- merman aTtd family and Mrs. Eth Das. It saves you time, saves you money, adds ience, serves you better. THE NEW Self-service Shoe Department AT THE Cheney Dept. Store This Coupon Good For Date 50c On Shoe Purchase of $5.00 or more MEN'S -- WOMEN'S -- CHILDREN'S CHENEY DEPT. STORE This coupon void after 90 days I..__ __ .._. I