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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, April 10, 1964 [ Mr. and Mrs.&apos;Harolcl Pendell MR. AND MRS. HAROLD PENDELL WILL BE INSTALLED SATURDAY AS MARTHA OES PATRON, MATRON Martha chapter OES wiU in- stal Mr. m'd Mrs. Havoki Pen- dell as ,the worthy macron and patron at open ceremonies' Sat- urday evemg at 8 p. m. The evt will be in the Masonic Temple of Cheney where friends .and fnly are wel- come. Other officers to be seated wil be Mrs. John Van Brn, CHENEY HOT LUNCH Agril 13Pork axed ravy, whipped laOloes, relish tray, w.lmhe wheat muffins, naple rice pudding. April 14--,Hamburger ln wheelS, buttered earn, bmm, na lg, cream7  shw, .toma- to juice cake. April 15--Chili, glazed cr- .rts, tossed sahd, sweet zq. AFril 16---Wnes, baked potato, green ,beans with ba- con Chips, peach jell) salad, r 'ain bread. April 17--Fish sticks with taxer auee, bu/a'ed peas, ca,lYaage-alaplcarrot slrad, cof- fee cake, pdums. .Tilicum Club Members Journey To District Meet Tilicum ctub members at- tending he convenon of the Northeastern D' Federa- tion of Womens dubs in P11- mn hst Saturday were Mrs. Oscar Jo .Imz presde, Mrs. Stanley Pierce, president elect, and Mrs. A. B. Ctttting, district board member. The meeting, :b.ei in the nvw Presbytein tmax, hst- ed al] day. Over 100 members from seven Courtiers aetended. Mrs. Albert Zel'mer presided as president; ,Mrs. Wayne Chas in, Spokane, fit vice presi- dent of .tlm sta, w present. She made ammtmcemets on the state conveaion .to be 'held in Seattle Ma 1, 2, 3. She will be the candidate for state preskient. Election of new officers was heM, with Mrs. W. A. Lund of Greenacrs, Spokane, the new president; Ms. Ogden Eick- sen, St. J, st vice presi- den{ and .M. D ng, Davelxrt, treasurer. Other of- fleers ave elect in aternate years. The Ocober cowenion will be hold in Colax. [ Lo.00? ,9 0000uvj00ters o00-I serve 'Going To Church Day" ,mdu. All will g in a group to the Uted Church of Chr. Afterwav they wig  their mothers at a. mor- daflte0c lutheon in m a- dining room. Quee Sue Ham and liars. Nelson Cerll, gPdn, are in  of the committees. Rebekah lodge  eater. tai, n district efers Wednes. day evenin  he IOOF ll. Agnes-Charon, vice grand, will preside r the regular meeting and .presentti f a 25-your membership jewel. Guest Speaker Mrs. Ve F. Saal will be guest spoak for the dinner cub at Riverview Terrace borne in SpokRne on Tuesday. Mrs. Omer , , will presert Mrs. Sma-on a talk enlifled, "American Worn. ell in Europe." They are wives of Ameriean with long time appointments in Europe. MRS. DIeT CONFINED Mrs.  Diot is coin, ed at St. hukes h with a fracture ,that occurred Friday. Mrs. Di0t is 82 years old. ,associate matron; JOhn Van Brunt, associate pat0cn; Mrs. Edwin Reed, secretac; Mrs. H,eary Chase, treasurer; Mrs. Ken Galtoway, conductress, and Mrs. avokl avey, associate conductress. Other appointive officers are Mrs. Jack PbUeo, chalalain; Mrs. James mson, marshal; Mrs. Fred Sy, or- gawist; five star tmin, Mrs. Dea Swegle, Adah; Mrs. John Lotthan, Ru.th; Mrs. C. Ross, Esther; Mrs. Clifford McCul- toch, Mavtha; Mrs.  Hair, Etoca; Mrs. Wion Cree, wr- der, and Ken Goway, sentin- el. The {amlton will be opened by the retiring mam mtd patron, Mr. and M.s. Ted Freeman, who wll welcome grand officers ,and guests ad in!toduce the in, tall&rig odfic- ers. A musical 1ogm and l'esentati'ors wlll cude the evening, foR.owed by a re- ception in the 4inng rooms. iTILICUM NEWS The ,board of directors met Tuesday morning t the home of Mrs. Oscar E. Johnson. The clock, purchased as a gift for ,the new Ch, eney swimming pool, was on .nd. The clock, which vet/1 be placed in the bath house, will be l, ly presented to be city m cere- ninnies net month. OCher business discussed included the ate eonvenan ,to be held in Seat*de, May 1, 2, 3. Club members will send crat for he fair at tlt time. Evemng litermT deptment met Tuesd,g at the home ,of Miss Florence Rue. The program, on current even'ts, Was amtled by Mrs. Deh Grant, an. Handicraft departmertt wi meet at the lmme of Mrs. Bruce Oliver Tuesday. The project will be on p.neupple smocking. Afterrroon 1Rerry depat- me held  luncheon meeting at the ,lmme of Mrs. Agrms Hol- ler Thfivay aflermmn, ls. Gertrude, Rice was the assist- ing hostess. ;ifiss Alice Moo presented a y for he pro- gram period. Interrmdonal Education de- pamert met ,at the home of Mrs. Obed Williamson Thurs- day ,n. Shes of a trp to Russia by he WflKamns while they were living in Ivan some years ago were slwn. The .ne meerg o Apri.1 16 be at the home of bits. G. T. Frost. Fine arts depavtnumt met Monday ever at the lmme of Mrs.  Mifler. Mrs. San Pierce was assisting ..hos- tess. A ,book was reviewed .by Mrs. F. L. Batcffe Jr. Meeting Date Set For Legion Group The Legion uxfiia has postponed i reguhr meeting date  @ill meet net Wed- nesday, April 15, in the Legion HU to pn  .the nual poppy sale. On April 9 Cheney Post 72 joined Post 136 and Po 9 in Spolne a.s xtesses or the official visR of the state officers and special guests. DINNER GUESTS Dr. and Mrs. Charles Parker of ,, Mont., were din- nor ,guests last week of Dr. and Mrs. Daryl H,agie. Dr. Parker, director of 'speech and heaving cBnie at Montana State Uni- .versity, was in Spokane atui- mga regiml speech and ,hearhng convenon. - CHENEY CANCER CRUSADE DRIVE N EXT THURSDAY Next Thursday is the date for the cancer crusade drive of the National American Can- cer Society in Cheney. Mrs. Irma Conley, crusade chair- man will have as volunteer workers the EWSC Spurs and Rainbow sorority young wom- en to make the house to house calls from 6 to 8 p. m. that evening. The fieM secretary, Bess Mansur, Spokane, wi speak to ;orkers at the home of Mrs. A. B. Cutting, 1104 2rd, be- fore the crusade. All will re- turn to the Cttttig home after- wards, where funds will be counted and then taken to Spokane. A punch paty will he held or a,ll workers Mter- wards_ Freeman Kin Taken By Death I Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freeman were called to Haringon last week by e death of a brother- in-law, Alvie Owens, 75. His funeral as held in Davenport 12uesday, with burial there. Survivors are his widow, Elsie Owen, at the home. He was e !retired state highway em- I p}oyee and had suffered a bro- ken hip during the winter. Other relatives going from Oheney were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Garner and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moore ,of Seale. The ladies re g'ters. Dames To Meet Dames Club of Eastern W'ashigon State College will meet Wednesday i,n Louise Anderson Iall LettuCe at 8 p. m. In addition to the regular meeting, the Dames will host tim Faculty Wives in a coffee hour. Dames Club, sponsored by the Faculty Wives, wishes to show its appreeiaion ,by cor- dialty invitigg ali Faculty Wives to attend this ,meeting. CAMP FIRE NEWS Tami Wa Y Camp Fire group met with Miss Sue Bean Tuesday after shoot. A camp- ottt was plmed. Phyllis Rupp s elected reporter for the ! motlh. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. /,- derson of Spokane mm0unce the engagernert ami fortom. ing me of the daughter, Miss Karen Aderson, and Rodney T. Hanson. Miss Ander- son is a student at EWSC. I-kLn- sen, formerly of Syokane,  a student at the University of WaShigrrton, Seattle. AI Ag- ust weddin, g is planned. CLUB NEWS The Lakeview sewing club will have i:ts April meeting a the tmme of lVh, s. Bt W@hl, with ,a potluck dinner at noon. Ev.eryone bring or know a spring poem @or roll call. Don't forget, each is .to have a funy or pretty sprin,g hat ,to model. Chermy Lims aeten,ded clar- ter mglt of ,the Post Lions Sattmdy evening, Where 250 from the district wre prescrt for .the dier meet- in'g. Bob Tu,bbs, Mr. and Mrs. John Dieton and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wagner wet from Che- hey, Guy Snh, district secre- tary-reasmer, district gover- rmr W. R. Dens azd inrm- oal councelor Neal Hurd were speehl guests arid speak- erS. The Lakeview Sewing club held a potluck luncheon meet- ing Wednesday t e ome of M. Bert Whl. Mern.bers made and modeled  has. CHURCH NEWS The womerts society of the Methodist church will meet Tuesday in the church for a rmon tunehe,on. Each memba.r is to bring her own sandwic,h- es. The wogram will be pre- nted by guest speaker, Mrs. McKnigbt, wife of the minis- ter at the Rosatia church, wth slides an the Clearwate*r min- istry. Business will be conduct- ed by Mrs. John Van Brunt, president, and 'the romirmting committee wi}l report the slate of officers. Dr. Cecil Ristow will con- duct /the Methodist quarterly conference in the iocal church on Tuesday evening at 7:30. All board members and clair- men are ,to attend urd-,-. ive NEWS BRI EFS Mrs. R D Newton 'has ac- ce,pte,d a position as house- nmther at Alpha Oh Omego House on the Un:ivers'ity of Idaho at Moscow for the re- mainder of he school year. kn,owirg its whereabout please otify Lilhd Corbit or E. H. Wagoner. Also noted was the addition of ew strgess steel tableware of .six dozen knives, forks and spoons. Other m- i Poveme,rts are pann,ed. B Dr'cvg and Mrs. Lloyd Vande- a,;,d Janie entertained Soil Unit Plans Tour For Pastors Mrs Newton left last Wednes ................. ,. ". , .,. , lne bo.uLnwes bpoKane 011 cay Ior nor new posuon. [and Water Conservation Dis- The American Lgb,ni, past ltrict board of supervisors will of Cheney, meeitirg last month, [ sponsor ,a conservation our in noted on an inventory that one honor of church ministers of of its hospital beds has been all faiths, Friday, April 17, missing for sometime. Anyone accordin,g to Jeratd Betz, board reorts. IMr. and Mrs. E. L. Dales last ........... I Suaday for dinner be$ore the vne antra, at dtStmct meelng ................ ....................  umes ei ms week ror a u- ot me wu win be :nmn April [ urk tn,,r af the mid x*ro.f 1 . m the C oeu. d Alen;e Mh- ] vtates. They epect t,o Wa,vel in oms cnurcn ivLrs J.on van,2 states The will s end Brunt my be conbacd for l'm tim' n Youth aSPo '- ................. " , olina reservatons__ _ " tl w!th;lotheir son, Col. Robert The Nazarene Church hbld! D,-. and Mrs Floyd Cook its .ann u,al meeting on April 1. entertained ,as Sunday dinner dig of Jenfer Spence ad Mrs. E. Betz Jr. is presidertt Kert Amsden in Emmauue: of he sociy tMs year. :Re, suits .of th4' eleetien  be given.in .net week's pr. ing part are Mrs. F. J. Schad- Sltespilmion for the N, az- egg, Mrs Donald Ross affid Mrs arene Church zone will be M Ch, a fiitTar Tuesday a.t Partisan's Iller ' P'Rrim wsMr 4,our- Rink. A:ll.tl?e wis:.g rid eslneye to Pasco to a.ttend  the o me wn srmma meet az nelea t side smin conference Church no tater lffmn 6-15 p J r', ' -'--  " -- "" 14 ., April -5, aceomranied ,vy Dr. m. on April . land Mrs. Roland Lewis. Key- The sprkng. ,ar meeting of note speaker 'at the Conference the United ChurCh of Christ Reports were given by depart- ment heads and .the pastor. Elecc of officers and bards was held following annual re- ports. Trustees eected were: Ira Shea, Jim Grier, Carl Hol- ion, Fred Wilcox and Earl Betz. On the board of Stew- ard, Mrs. Bertha Edveards, Miss Shley Loomer, Mrs. Har- ry Peuck, Mrs. Glenn Best and Mrs. Violet Sharp were elect- ed. Mrs. Sta.ley Hedricks was elected Sunday school su- perintendent. Servi, ng on the church school beard will be Glenn Best, lYrrs. Robert Shea, Mrs. Larry Wght, Mrs. Chr- once Fitzner and Mrs. George Nichols. Voted ,to relresen't the ,church at the district as- sembly .as a delegate yeas Mrs. Robert Shea, and Carl Holien, alternate. The= Nazarene Sun,day school will have a "family mght out" this Friday ewning at 6. The evenirg  start with a pan- cake feed d will be spent in games, special numbers in ,scrag arid color film. Ali mem- bers and .tleir amiies of the Sunday ,school are ivited to attend. The Nazarene Foreign Mls:- sionary Society will lmve its anaual meetlrrg on Wednesday evening. Reports from all of- ficers and &he council will be given .and election of officers for ext year wiU be led. guests her mother, Mrs. Emelie Okert, Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Jack CoTter and chil- dren, Spokane, and a son, Allen Cook, ,and family of Sprague. Mr. ad Mrs. Je.rvtd Whl arts son Craig spent part ,of the Easter holiAays with Jerrold's patens, Mr. land Mrs. Bevt Wahl, .and :sister, Berta. They ,arrived ,on Friday and left Wednesday ,to spend the rest of {he week at Tonasket. The V3hls got acquainted, for the first .time, wieh their nev grandson, n, mv three months old. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ktien Mr. and Mrs. Roger FRzgerald, Spokane, and Mr. rtd Mrs. Lloyd McLeod of The DMles Ore., ,and Mrs. M. Sc'bmoker and childrren of Medical Lake were weekend callers t the Earl Fish home. Tom Mtney is in Deaconess hospital for ,tTeatmen,t of a hack ailment. Mrs. Matney and their daughter, Mrs. Mil'ed Barv of Seattle, WhO  stayi i keve with her mother, call al the ,hospital eeh day. i ] Mr. arid Mrs. Alva Shviner of Yakima spent the weekend in Che.n.ey with .her faChe,r Albert Vetz. Mr. arid Mrs. M Hale, Frances and Earl, and Mr. and Mrs. ]l'mer Conl were to Spokane Saturday for the wed- ws Rev. George T. Ball, pro- lesser of religion ,a Whinan Go, logo. womens fegewShip W be held Friday at Hillyard Congrega- onal Church with Spokane area director Mrs. Darrl Jerue presi. The prinpal speaker is Rev. George Allen of e iOp Chin Fel- lowship at Cheney. State Pres- ident Mrs. Graham Wart of Seattle w also speak. Attend- in,g from Cheney wi be Mrs. Jerue, Mrs. Clyde Stewart, lVLrs. Carl Rudgl,f, Mrs. Sam Bmaten Mrs. Dea Grat, Mrs. W. J. Orlob, Mrs. Ivan Kerr and Mrs. Charles Dittmar. Luthera, n women will meet :Wednesday t the church. Martha Circle will be the hos- tess' group. All women are in- vited. Miriam Circle of e womens feowship will meet Tuesd, ay at the home of Mrs. Sam Bran- ten. A panel will be preserted on "The Migrant Ministry in the State of Washingxm." Tak- 7 UARCO Contest at ctmirman. Betz said the tour is dedicated to Soil Steward- s.hip Week, May 3-10, 1964. '"Each year the district board purchases spe,cial print- ed ,church programs ,and deliv- ers them to churches of the a,rea for use on Soil Steward- ship Su/nlday. This year, width the help of the ladies auxil- iary, we are phnning the con- servation tour for the minks- ters in addition to the di.stribu- lion of churah programs. Our plan is to take the ministers into .the rural areas and show them some of the conserva- tion practices being pplied locally," Betz said. The tour, scheduled to be- gin at the Soil Conservahon Service ,office in ChOney at 10 a. m., will climax with a pot- luck luncheon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Halver- son, Espaneh. Food will be furmShed by .the ladies auxil- iary, according to Mrs. tIalver- son, auxiliary presiden{. PreSbyterian church. A recep- tion foltowed at the Saaran. Mrs. Isabelle Hayes of Spo- kane was a breakfast guest of Mr. and Ms. Elmer Cooley Sunday morning at t'her home here. George Wright Relief Corps members of Cheney wen .to }Iiliyard Saturday fr the d- ,trict meeting held in the IOOF hall there Mrs. Elmer Marsh, Mrs. Roy Lottee, Mrs. W. R. Bergloff, Mrs. William Bryan, Mrs. Ralph Emtman ,ad Mrs. B. Amonson attended from .here Mr. arid Mrs. Elmer Marsh entertained as an Easter week- end guest e'r niece, Arlene Pie, a sttde from Spo- kane. Easter Sunday .they went to Surmyside ,to spend ,the day With Arlene's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pickle, d Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marsh spen.t Sunday in Coe d'- Alone ,a gusts of m aunt, Mrs. Joe Graham, and tteztd- ed the Ohristia clmch ser- vices there. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Parker entertained as lste. Sunday dinner guests their so, Charles Parker of Spokane. The modern young man no bnger leaves footprints in the sands of time---just ,tire tracks. Two hazards on the highay ave hose urder 21 driving over 65 and those over 65 P. T. A. Saturday, at Safeway & 9a. 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