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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, April 16, 1965 Mrs. Nolan Brown Hosts PEO Chapter PEO chapter met t the home of Mrs,. Nolan Brovn for luncheon ast week. Codmstess was Mrs. D. G. Jerue. Mrs. R2chard goes presided at  business meeting. A study program on Su- preme and State regulations ws given by Mrs. Don Patter- SOn. Recently elected officers for the coming year are Mrs. RLch- Roos, president; Mrs. W. L. WOMEN'S CLUB WI LL SPONSOR ART CONTEST Amateur painters belogi to the Washington State Fed- eration ,of Women's Clubs may enter two shovs to be hetd in connection with the annual convention ,of that organiza- tion, May 10-12, at the Ridpath Hotel in Spokane. Artists may enter the annual exhibit of the W.shinlton State Federation of Women's Climbs with cash awards to be given by the federation in both watercolor and ,oil divisions. A competent jury will judge the show with three prizes in each medium. One .additiorml award will be based ,or ppular vote by those viewing the exhibi- Rowles, viwe presM.n; Mrs. Do Patterson, record, mr secre- ry; Mrs. James JOhnson, cor- responding secretary; rMf. sM R. p. Whitfied. treasurer;  5hn Wil, Oapter, n4 Mrs. W. L. Wilkerson, girard. You can find it in the elaBlfteds. Do You Remember when? Friday, April 13, 1945 James Crawford has pur- chased a tavern in Tekoa and took over management there Anne Stahlborn Elected Queen Of Job's Daughters Bthel 17 of Job's Da, ughters met Tuesday evening with queen Jen:ifer Jordan presid- ing. ISlection of officers was held with Anne Stahlborn elected horore,d queen. She is the dlauhter of Mr. and rs. Ted ;tahlbrn Land is a junior in bi,gh school. Others elected were: senior princess, Patricia Hair; jtmior princess, Ann CordiU, uide, JiI1 Lambert; marshal, Janet Millur. Bethel No. 12 girls faom Spokane were special guests. In,itiatory degrees were iven to iV[oxide Logsdon a, nd Domm McOandless. Plans were made for a slumber party to horr lion., new members on April 23, anld The second competition is for a car wash on M, ay 8. Rou- co-sponsored by the General fine bu;siness :and reovts were Federation of Women's Clubs and the Outdoor Advertisin,g Association of America, Inc. All paintings in this group must be on the theme of Free- dom. Any medium may be used. The top award in, the state will be $100 with an op- portunity to exhibit and be judged at the international eo,n:vention .of the General Fed- eTration of Women's Clubs, June 7-11, in New Orleans. Na- tional prizes will total $80. made. Insta]lation will be June 12. Reception was held in the din- ing room. Amo,ng the special uests were John Ham, master of the Masons, and Mr. and Mrs. J0,hn Van Brunt, patron and matron, of Martha chap- ter OES. Town-Gown Forum Will Meet Tonight Pictures for both exhibitions The Town-Gown Forum will in Spokane must be set to meet tonight at 8 in the fac- Mrs. Vernon E. Langemack, ulty lounge of the W. W. Isle State Art chairman, at the Rid- student union building. Tuesday of this week. tth Hotel in Spok,ne. Dead- S. AdoV Oakland of the EW- The body of a man. sup-line for receiving entries is SC English Department will posed to be a :suicide, was Monday, May 10. speak on "The Real World in 1842." He will lead a discus- found ear Four Corners Grange baH. The body has not ......... , ,,- Ision following .his talk. b I been identified yet and the CLUU 1",4'VVb [ This group is sponsored y sheriff is investigating. LAKEVIEW SEWING  the EWSC,Faculty Wive,s-Facul- Mr. anl Mrs. D. G. Jerue en- Lakeview sewing club held [ ty Women s ,organization. Town tertained at dinner Friday in aluncheonmeotingWednesdaY]and college pe;opte, men anu honor of their son, Joe, who is afternoon ,at the hvve of Mrs.| women, all ave invited. leaving soon for training in the Wiiam Tavenner. Tray favors Coast Guard. with the laster theme were Jpan is o be deprived .of made for the Cheney Nuvsing CHURCH NEWS aams nd all other war eqmp- Home. ' ST. ROSE OF LIMA ment, ccovng to present post-war plus. As a _marker o DWYC fact, they ougtn't to be aow- DWYC club of Rebekah ed to carry matches. . &ge wll ,hold a dessert party Miss Jean Ferguson, insru- at the :home of ,Mrs. Flea Ru- tor in piano at EWC, will be ,for Wednesday at 1 p. m. heard in a recital Wednesday, April 18, at 8:15 p. m. John Van Brunt of Chrlia, Idaho, a,s a Gbeney visitor dring the week, and n oer- dght .guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Garner. Jeanne Barton, contralto, and Maren Johnson, William Lloyd Row[es, heard in a joint recital nesday, May 9, at EWC. At the last St. Rose Altar Society meetin!g April 6,avM[Sa Ed Spliclal, chairman,  report of the recently heId rummage sale. She expressed her thanks not only to mem- bers of the parish for theix coopeva,tin, but ,also to the people of the community for ,their generous resoee in contributing rummage and All o suceful 'e. Mrs. J,hn Murphy, preen- ten.t, stated that the members Watches o, he Ala Society sponsored i,s project enoch year witch the hope that ,it would be a public service as well as a fund-rais' A e ing autivity. Father Frank Bach, resident claplin of St. ,, C & H Sugar ed speaker of the eve. In 10 Ibs. ..... 1.05 O B- Home in Spokane, was fe,atur- his talk, he attempted to elar- reference to the ,fficulties of Gold Medal Flour solete ify ,some ngscnceptions with opting children. Hostesses er the everdntg were Mrs. Joe 6 Labish and Mrs. Lorrene Wes- lOlbs, ...... c selman. Arden Del'icla ADVENTISTS for Sev- enth-day Advenrdsts of the Pa- Ice Cream A youth congress cific Northwest is baing .hem in 59 Portland, Ore., this week ac- gal : ..... C cordin to C. E. Renschler, pas- tor ,of the Cheney Adventis Pillsbury's White, Angel Food Cake Mix pkg. ....... 39c Farm Fresh LARGE AA EGGS doz. 39c Red, Ripe Tomatoes Lb. ......... 1 Radishes Green Onions Bunch ........ 5c Fresh Frozen Whole Fryers LB. ........ 27c Armour'$ Star Boneless Ham Lb. ........ 69c church. Dr. Ray PeUow, Spotcane lahysician, recently rettwned from a 5-year 'mio in appon- 'ment to the Seventh-Day Ad- ventist Hospital, Monte.morelos Mexico. was guest speiaker Sat- urday at the Cheney ,adventist church. CHRISTIAN On Wednesday the state committee on Campus titan IAfe will meet in he lcal Christian church from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Rev. Dnald Ross of the church and Rev. George Alien of EWSC campus Chris. tian loundation  meet with them. CHOOSE THE ACCUTRON Electronic Timepiece at SMITH Jewelers Authorized Dealer 408 1st, Chancy 235-6312 14 Foot 2 Door REFRIGERATOR With 14 Foot Full-Top FREEZER $109.00 HOLMES HARDWARE Cheney PLENTY OF PARKING VAN BRUNTS NSTALLED AS NEW OES OFFICERS Marla Chapter OES install- ed new officers in oen cee- monies Saturday evenin,g in the Masonic Temple. They were Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt, worthy patron and wor- thy matron; Mr. :and Mrs,. Ken- neth Galloway, associate pat- ron and associate matron; Mrs. Harold Harvey, conducess Mrs. Dean Swegle, gssociate .conductress; Mrs. Harry Hmp- ton, :secretary; Mrs. Henry Chase, treasurer; Clifford Me- M a ry Lou N i chol s "plane April 4 and plan to stay a&l summer. Since this is their Wins Second Place first visit they plan to tour In Music Contest many pats ,of the rmhwes. Mr. and Mrs. Joh,nsn, Rbevt Mi, ss Mary Lou Nichols, and argit slent 1946 in Swe- daughter of Rev. and Mrs. de and in 1955 Mr. J,ohxsen George W. Ni, chols, won see- went back to Sweden for the end place in ,the piano division 80th birthday of his father. of the Church of The Nazar- Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C,orcor- one Sunday School and Young an and Mrs. Wilson Cree re- Peoples onvention at Yakima turned lasL week from a re- last week. cation trip to Los Vegas, Nev. Young preople from 76 chur- Mr. and Mrs. John Van ches particLpated n.. the music Brunt entertained as Saturday contests, evening guests Mr. and Mrs. Mss NichIs, a Cheney high AI Jansen of Newp,o, George sch, ool senior, wo see,end LaValley and mother of Moses pace with an arrangement of Lake; Wayne Miller and @augh- the week ,here ents Mr. ,and Mrs. man. Mr. :and Mrs. entertained as Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Hungry Horse Dam, Saturday morning :at Grand Coulee Da,m. the day they went d'Aiene to visit Ms. Roy Martin, ad Mrs. taymond fish, Mont. Mrs. Jack Phieo, been in the hospital operation, has home, where she is nicely. CoUch's Culioek, chaplain; Mrs.. Mur- "He Cometh," by Dean Kin- ter Diane of Coe,ur d'Alene, i Mrs. Ken Corfley iel Cree, marshal, and Mrs. caid of Spokane. :Mrs. Wilson Cree is sped-irelatives. Fred Sooy, organist. Five points i in g this week in Seattle to visit  Dr. A. A. Dayt /the Eastern Wash of the Star are Mrs. Joln Lou-] LOD E N EWS her daughter and other rela-| College divlsior of than, Adah, Mrs. Jaes B]ack-[ lives. shaw, Ruth; Mrs. Marie Ross,| Royal Neighbors lodge will Mrs. Ted Freeman ,and her|S,cial sciences, will Esther; Mrs. Ciifford McCul- meet Monday iat 1:30 p. m. in sister, Mrs. Edward Garner,  annu, al four-d. lock, a,rtha; Mrs. Carl Hair,/the legion hall. Betty Hale, spent Sunday afternoon in Spo- l Mississippi '1 Ele,cta. Harold Harvey is war- oracle, will preside for the kane ,as ,a guest of ,their sister, Society start" g Y K, ansas City, Me. d er ,and Harry tIampon senti-' nel. The retiring matron, Mrs. Harold, wa,s presented the past jewel by Mrs. Ted Freeman. Ted Feeman pre- sented the past latrons jewel to Harold Pendell. ESSAY CONTEST OFFERED YOUTH The National Woman's Re'1ief Corps, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, is offer- inLg three prizes for the best essays on the subject "April 9, 1865--Our Nation Reborn." Prizes will be a $25 savings bond, $10 and $5. Students in grades 8-12 may participate. The essay, to be typewritten, :should not ex- ceed 1,000 words. Send essays to Miss Mildred Joiner, E. 418 Iadiana, Spokane. Co,net clos- es June 1. Delegate Attend Church Convention The Rev. nd Mrs. George W. Nichols and daughter, Mary Lou, attended the state Sun- day School ad Young Peoples convention, of Churches of the Nazarene ,in Yakima last week. Also attending Wednesday and Thursday were. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Be and Mrs. thy Hendricks. Mrs. Don Shea attended Thursday afternoon and Representatives from 76 churches participated. business and reports on the Mrs. M:artka Warrington. They district ,convention ,and coming were joined by a brother and events, family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Calvert, Ko0tenai, Ida. RE:BEKAH Miss Marcille Westmore- Rebekah Ldge will meet land, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday evening in the I.O- Roy Foss, spent the weekend OF hall. Pl, ans will be made in Seattle as a guest o Miss I for spring activities and visi- S;hi;rley Ro,bertson, a student I rations to other lodges, i at the Undversity of Washing- ton. i NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Melville, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sooy and family and Mrs. Roy Grune- wold attended the weddi,ng of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower t.ok her mother, Mrs. J. E. Manchester to her home in A1- mira on Saturday. Mrs. Man- chester bad spen several days and in Spolan.e last week. Mrs. Lloyd Anderson and a niece, Miss Marcia MelviUe, daughters from Seattle or- and John Hoover Saturday af- rived Sunday evening to spend ternoon. The ceremony was in the Sprague Community church, with a reception fol- lowing at which Mrs. Melville presided at the coffee urn. The couple will make their home in Seattle, where he is a law- yer. Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball en- tertainled as weekend guests their son and f, amfly, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ball and Gary (f Everett, ,and their dau.ghter, Leaore Bail, a .student at WSU. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Melville spent Sund, ay .afternoon n Spo- kane, where they attended the fomh birthday celebration for their grandd,au,ghter, Melunie daughter ,of Mr. and Mrs. lich- erd Melville. Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. G. J, oh- son !have a,s house guests his I sier, Mrs. Werner Sandberg, IIvonaset, Sweden and her son, Jarm. They arrived by Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake with All Standard Oil Products SPECIALIZING IN HEATING Ol AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor 235.6378 Public Card Party Scheduled Tuesday Apubc,dpartyibe Your Attention hem Tu*esdy in the Amencan Legi0n h6:/, .ponsored bY the RMAN!! Gen. George Wright Woman's FISH00 Re,of Oorps No. 8. Dessert lunch wiU be served .at 12:30, ,to be followed by pinoclle and bridge. A dona, ion of 50 cents is asked to supplemert the s,coIarhip Prepared fund which will be awarded to a Cheney High School sen- ior this spring. Fishing Season Opens BALLOT BOXES STILL MISSING Ap s00nO0000a00ot0000ut ril 25 from the ,top .of the cupboard in the Amerzcan Legion hall where they had been kept since 1950. They belong to the General George Wright Woman's Re ef Corps ,and are needed. If someone borrowed them to use, the Corps would ,appreci- ate their return. They are made of wood, with two com- partments which contain mar- bles or balloting. EVINRtJDE REDUCES THE PRICE OF FISHING IS ALWAYS BETTER AT THE OTHER END OF LAKE--AND HERE'S THE OUTFIT TO GET YOU THERE. TILICUM NEWS Evening Literary 4epart- men will meet at the ome of Mrs. Sam Baten Tuesday. The Rev. George len wig be guest speaker. Plans will be made to ,act as co-hosts for the gen,eval membership mee,tin on ay 18 and to elect a new chairman. American Home department will meet Tuesday at the ,home of Mrs. FAmer Luiten, with Mrs. John Van Brunt assisting. A Spokane speaker will he pre- sented by Mrs. Chaes Shep- ard for the progmm. Deprtmens *a..request, elect their new ermrman ms month in preparation for i- eta'liaiSon May 18. Mr. ,and Mrs. Kenneth Con- ley visit e her baother, Charles Pahnke, and sister, Mrs. Kate Hll, in Me,lies,1 Lake ast week, and Mr. and Mrs. RoySal Conley Sunday a fternoon. FOR CHENEY SPORTSMEN! 3 h.p. EVINRUDE LIGHTWIN MOTOR Troll a day on a tank of fuel RUGGED 12' LAPSIDE ALUMINUM BOAT With foam flotation. Weighs only 95 Ibs. CARTOP CARRYING RACK Fits all cars and just right for this boat TOTAL PRICE BUT ONLY AT EVINRUOE L A M B E RT'S W,||iams Lake Resort EDGETT BROS. Reminds that it offers Season Passes, Marshall-Wells Store, Cheney Moorage and Evening Fly Fishing OPEN 9 TO 9