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Page 4 Cheney Free Press --! Friday, April 17, 1964 Edna Cheever Chosen RUTH BELL To Attend Girls' State NEW BETHEL Hiss Edn00 Cheek,or was ch0s- H 0 N 0 R Q U E E N en to represertt Chancy high school at Gi' State in Eilens- Ruth Bell, daughter of Dr. burg. The other two candidates and Mrs. RaymcM Bell, was l wre Ruth Bll, who was elected new honor queen ell named .ateanmte, arid Carla Cheney Bethel 17 at J)b's Daughters ,meting Tuesday Fackevetl. ial the Mason Temlle. Other line officers elected were Jen'ifer Jordan, senior princess; Ann Stalborn, jun- br princess; Patrieia Hair, guide, and Arm Cordill, mar- shM. Appointive officers will be no, mad at the instll, ation l'ate il May. Mrs. J. S. Larm was present and presented the merit pin. to Geri Charton for securing five new members this year. The award was started by Mr. altd Mrs. Ine in the early day o[ the Bethel. A car waSh is set for May 9 and members gre selling tick- ets. Funds wfli assit with the trip to grmd sessions in Sea{- tle. Mrs. Nelson Cordill, guard- ian, and Carl Rudol, assoei- ,ate gu,ardi.n, were in charge. EDNA CHEEVER The guardian conneil served refreshments. Ttte evemt is sponsored by by the Amriea Levi, on Aux- iliary with 9thor Cheey c}ubs MRS. FREEMAN VISITS assisting. This is the first time Mrs. Otis Freeman of Salem, that Chancy .l-g seool is Ore., and daughter, Mrs. Paul M,iller of Tujtmfga, Calif., visit- a cnd*ate o Gi-ls' ed briefly in Cheney last week. State. They s p e n t Wednesday night with Mrs. H. N. Strormch a'nd Mrs. Jean Gardner. Th- Cheney Hot Lunch day was spent wit'h Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kedge. Six friends April 20---Vegetable beef }oined them for lunch that soup, toasted cheese sanlwch, day. cabbage-apple sal'ad, ptfle crisp. MALAYSIAN PROGRAM A'fl 21 -- Ball,ha corrm- The .regular meeting of P. copias, stewed tomatoes, Wl. E. O. was held Wednesday at doff s!td, wlol.e wheat din- the home of Mrs. Lloyd Van- nor roll,s, peachy-cheese pie. deberg with Mrs. Robert New- April 22  Pizza btter ton ,assisting. Mrs. Wiam cam, elery sticks, cd Drummond ge a program il- pears, ltted with slides on Malay- April 23 -- Rost urkey, sa. sweet potatoes, green heans corwbread with jelly, pu pki Mrs. Matta Wan and custard. Mrs. Grace McDonald, former- April 24  Creamed peta- ly of Chancy, were Saturday toes, green  eggolive ka- evening guests of reltttves and bob, toaatod tuna sandwich, attended the OES installation apgte pie. here. Goodwill Industries EMPLOYS THE HANDICAPPED ,'Have you ever wendmld what you would do if could not get a job due to some handicap. Today 125 hand|cupped folks, tntsnd Empire people, working at Goodwill faced this problem. Your repairable discards of clothing and household items gave them an answer. Send all repairable items to Goodwill where they help to do the most for people -- handicapped peop|e;' CALL MRS, VIOLET SHARPE, BE 5-6608 FOR A TRUCK PICKUP. Serving the Ch(:ney and Medical Lake Area with Heating Oils And All Standard Oil Products AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor 235-6378 CHENEY HIGH SCHOOL COMMUNITY WORK DAY A commmy work day, in wch high sclmol studen will go out into the comm,nity on the farms, htto the homes and mres, and gain work experience by doing actual work that needs to be done, will be held Monday, April 20. The purpose of the day is to raise money for ali of the school's various Rivifie,. The dae ,this year will be April 20. In case  bad weather the work day will be held Wednesday, AFril 22. A great rna7 people have ay indicated their inlerest. Students are ,going 4 do fl kinds of work---clean yards, pile wood, do  mad repair jobs, wash and iron, clean ,house, care for elldren, wash  or cars, ,help with the family mending, or other i work. The hours for students will be from 8:30 a. m. to noon and 12:$} to 3:30 p. m. and e minimum wage will be 75 cenis hr. All the  taken i will be p in the StuderK Body Gen- FttRd. Phone 235-6203 at the High School. No ............................. Class ........................ To ,be  out by persons desiring workers Employer's Name .............................................................................. Address ............................................ - ................................................... (Be sure and fill in) Type of work ..................................................................... ................. Approxinmte rmmber of hours you will need help ........................ Number of wrkers needed ........................ Boys Girls Give rme of student or studon if you ,have a preference. ................................................................ ......... ..o.oo...o..o..o.. SLgnmtttre ........................................................ Employer Only CHURCH NEWS Laura Ci,rcle of e wonens fellowship will meet Thursday at 8 p. m at the home of Mrs. Re.bert Woold r,dge. The busi- ness meeting will be conducted by Mrs. Joseph Cha,tburn, and officers for the coming year will be elected. On Saturday the Pilgrim Fellowship will conduct the! a,nn, ual "Workday fr Christ."  Those wishing the ,help of a high school boy ,or girl on ,that day simutd  Miss Nancy Joh,rtson .at 235-4729 or Roland Lewis at 235-4035'. On Wednesday, the senior ,high class, with their insdamct- or, Mrs. George An, and members of Pilgrim Fellow- ship, enj,oyed a pizza Sulper .at the boone of Dr. 'atd Mrs. !WaRer Powers. The group then journeyed to Spokane for a roer ska 4ng party. On Sunday evening the PI- grim Fellowship enjoyed a "backward party" a!t the ome .of Dr. 'and Mrs. Lean Whttin- ger, hosted by their daughSer Linda. Reports were peseted on the L confereaee held at Paseo. The Rev. Hubert Hobbling, missionary from Sapan, will speak at the Cheney Cmre,h .of the Nazarene Sunday morn- ing at 11. The pu,blie s in%ted. Friday everdng at 7:30 the Rev C. G. Rudeen, mkssiortary from South America, will speak at the elmrch. COLORFUL RITE MARKS PENDELL OES CEREMONY M:r. and Mrs. Harold Pen- dell were installed s wohy matron and patron of Martha clapter OES in eol, orful cere- monies Saturday evening in the Masonic Temple. Past Grand Patron Walden Chambers and Mrs. Obers were installing officers. As- siting them were Mrs. D. G. Jerue, chgplain,, Mrs. George Fsher, marshal, and Mrs. El-: mar Luten, organist. nmtron and patron Helen Freeman ,nd Ted Freema opened the meeting and wl'- corned ,grand officem arm special guests. The program featured acordion nunbes by Steve Fi'pini of Spokane. The past nmtrOrt's jewel, set in a ring, ws presented to Mrs. Freeman by Ms. ,'Marion tiv. : l'eenmn received the pOSen's jewei, Mrs. Free- man making the p:resentaton. The Pemdell's two daughters', the@ son and 0thtr retlatives were ia-th, oduced hnd weleoan- ed. Guests amded from sev- eral clmpters of the ,d Empire arid from Graz4view. reception fo.llved in the room aftds. Mrs. Krebsbach New President Of Gamma Theta Gamma Theta eha, pter, Beta Sigma Phi, held its ivst April meeting April 7 at the home of Mrs. Robert An,datsun. 1Vies. Richard Hagelin arid Mrs. Glelm Kite, hner were assisg hostesses. Discussion included the lother's Day dinner, with Mrs. Norman Thompson as cman. I)a*es will be an- nounced la*er. Election of officers for the next year was held, with Mrs. Ray Krebsbach elected presi- dent. The other officers are vice president, Mrs. Richard Hagelin; secretary, Mrs. Jim Dyck; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Jim Johnson; treasurer, Mrs. Roger tarder; cry corm, cil representative, Mrs. Merritt Johnson. Mrs. Betty Orlob gave a pro- gram on the ,history ,and char- acteristics of cats. Dessert was served by the ,hostesses. The nex meeting  be held at the home of Mrs. Roger Har- der on April 21. Job's Daughters Entertain Mothers At Sunday Lunch Job's DaugtRm Bhel members enteained their mchers at a mother-daughter luncheon Sunday afternoon in ,the Masonic Temple. About 40 were preser/c. Using the theme, "April' in Paris", an ex- hibi of art pictures and handi- work was on display. Decora- tions were in spring cMors and flowers. Entertament fea- tured ,a style show, with eac girl a :model.-,r, Many of the dresses ad bebn made by the girls. CHURCH WOMEN HERE REPORT ON MINISTRY The Methodist church w0m en's society met Tuesday in the church for a noon lunch- een. Mrs. G. E. Krtigh:t o,f Rosa- lia, guest of honor, spoke on the Clearvtater ministry, an area in Idaho served by very few churches. She strawed cgl- ored slides of that area. Mrs. John Van Brunt, presi- dent, presided for the business meeting. Devbons were given by Miss Lilli,a.n Hail and Mrs. Hedge. Reports were made on: a mmber of the standing covn- nttees. Ptas made for two cars to take mebers to Coenr d'Alene today for an all- day conference of the WSCS groups of this district. The rtomin,ating eommee reported the sl,te of officers as: presidert, Mrs. FranCis Kuetfl; vice president, Mrs. Mae Van Scoyoc; secretary, Mrs. Carl Hertdrieks; treasurer, Mrs. Don S. Patterson. They wil'l be installed in June. Mrs. Kuehl was selected to go o Vancouver May 13 to the state comference. Hostesses for the luncheon were Mrs. C. E. Bow- er, Mrs. M. Mill, Mrs. A. B. Cutting ad Mrs. Pete He,deck- el'. LODGE NEWS Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Monday in the Legion Hall. Reports ad business will be foltowed by refrelm]en,ts. artha clapter OES met Monday evening in ,the Ma- sonic Teanple. The ew matron ,and paton, Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Pendel, presided, assisted by all the new officers. Spec- ial guests were Mrs. Elmer Easton, grand representative of Harrington; grand deputy Mrs. Ruby Hal% Spangle, Irmt- run Mrs. Erltest Womack, Har- rington, and past grand trot - rort Walden Chambers. They gave brief talks. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freeman, junior past mat- ton nd patron, were honored with .an addertdum and pre- NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. D. G. Jerue left Tues- day for a trip .to the Hawaiian Islands. Going first to Berk- eley, Calif., to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Eustis, formerly of Cheney, she will go ,by shp Monday and visit wih a sis- ter-in-law, Mrs. era May Jerue, in Honolulu for a number of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J,O Van Brunt entertained Saiurday a cousin, Mrs. Nelson, of Ephrata. Mr. and Mrs. James enCerMned as guests st eek her patents arid hi.s mother from Gvartt couy. Mrs. Edwin Reed enSertain- e,d her fatima- 1,ast week. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Parker en,tevaimed as Sunday guests th_r son, William Parker, of Opportunity. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rudolf .returned las,t week from a va- cation in Los Angeles, Where they visited their son, Dr. Cur- tis Rudolf, and family. Lotus Scrupps took as ,his bride Miss Judy M. Cark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cheneyites Plan To Attend Meeting At Spokane Tonight Robert A. Burcaw of New York, director of program de- vel, opment for the National Foundation, Mach of Dimes, will speak at the Spokane County Clapter's annu, al meet- ir.g banqu,e. The drmer meeting will be at 6:45 p. m in the Plantation restauran,t. Mrs. Wilam Tavenner, chairman of the Cheney area for the National Foundation, March of Dimes, 'sd a brief bu,sinss meeting with e,lee- i, on ,of officers and board member's will be held. "Our Hea,Kh Emeegencies and What tle Natiotml Foun- da$ion is Doing Abu Them" will be Burcaw's tZpic, Mrs. Tavenner @aid. Attendin,g from Cheey will be Dr. aad Mrs. Witlin Tav- enner and Dr..and Mrs. Dana ttarter. WOMEN ATTEND Clark ,of Davenport, last week PORTLAN D MEET in ceremonies in the Zion Lu-[ theran church at Davenport. ] Several herte-area wmnen A vecepon folored m Pho.n- ] alton d .a en " -  ____ de_ _ roe It meeting of as Hall a't Davenport. The[the Association for Chiklbood eo.upm will make their home in I Education Irternational at C::y affcer a sho honey-]porlard" They were among . , 12,080 delegates from al,1 50 ,mrs. H. aro]d. Kleiner, spent lstate s and 10 foreign voun- fle weeKerm m ea,tle as a [ tries. guest of her sister, Mrs. John Attending were Mrs. Mar- Otson. Miss Floreme Fryer and a number of the Cheney te,ac'l- ers attesded the Thursday meeting of the ItEA at Spo- kane. They were guests at the Delta Kappa Gam:m break- fast. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conley enevtahed as weekend guests their two grandnephews, Stev- en and Do.gtas Johmson; Spo- kane Valley. Arvil Carke of Columbia Fits, Mort., and Ervtn Clarke of ]omn,an, Murat., were recent Cheney victors. They were ris- King,,, friends. Mr. arid Mrs. Ke+th Harr and garet Allen, Mrs. Mabel Bright and Amsel Barton, famlty members from Eaern Wash- irgon State College; Florence Orvik, who served wi*th the study group, ,and Mrs. Harriet Frasure .of the Medical Lake Elementary Sclool. They represenfced the Wet Spokane Courty branch of the organization. The organization is devoted to the nurture and welfare of children from the .age,s of two to 12. indquist, .a teacher in the Cle Elum scho@ls, who were here for ,the IEEA ir Spokane. SHEA TO I,ra E. Shea pointed ka'ne County to he College Spokane formed the tee rece:nly. Spokane was at .the first night. ,/ Mon., Tues', ! 9a.m. W, until I MAIN TWO TONSILLE A O. I have enough Johnny's Should I take cialist or A. Did your or tor,illcctom, this your time. yotl were consi all evil. Some had special aside for the moral of Fortunately, over. It's sils need to sillectomy youngsters. the operation vidualized just appendectomy. advise the the appendix. decide when sented ,gifts. daughters of Sp@lne were A guest Tuesday was Mrs. appendicitis. Sunday guests of his ns, Christine Aylsorth Clark and (if ever) to C'll ll:l NII='W Mr. and Hrs. Ernest H.arr, at ,sma, W, aler Janson, from tonsils. their 'home here. I Maple V, allev Liad ,uist wah,o American Legion Post 72 of Mr: and Mrs. J. W. Hodge lunderwea m, aj,or stwge'ry in Answers do Cheney hld s armu pan, eer'ained as guesCs one daY lSt. Lukes hosp'rtal recn$1y, is diagnosisthe opinion, cake feed Madasr for mes week their son, Haro,ld [at home recuperatirg, ts the ]u and members:. Forty were pres- tI_odge, and family. ] Mr. and .Mrs. Carl Hendricks personat ent. They presea'ted Dr. Wat- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tiedt[spent the weekend in C,m dem@ DaM of EWSC as guest were guests .of their son, Or- I ningham as guests of their Get our ladeS speer o, ',,flm Life of a Rus- vat Tied1, last week. j dattghter, Ms. Stanley Me- prescrii sian Sokiier,. ' lr. and Mrs. Fred Jolms are ILean.  than yo -----.- * arttendirg a eon,ani in Cl,o-J Mrs. Earl Rilton and daugh-] DWYC .cl, ub Rebekh l"odge ra6o SW, Oolo., this w ek. [ter Nan,cy spert a few days f wil meet Wednesday at the eis comptroller ai EWSC. [l:st week in Safle where they home of Mrs. Hem-] Ru4of, The da,ghtevs, Linda and lVJated Earl Hitton Jr., a stu- k. with Ma: J. Wlox assislg Nancy, are guests of Helen ldent at the University of hss, at 1:30 p. m. E,ter, Gayle Hendrieks and Mr. and J'ashington. -- ainmen arid a Shoat ,business [ Mrs. Starfley Hendricks. [ Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jones seskm is txlaned, J M. and Mrs. AI Lindquist en- [spen, t a few days last week in Grandmothers cl,b will J terained ,as guests the past ] Porand as guests of .her meet Thursday t the imme of few days their sons, Russell j brother, J arvis Fox. They alSo B E' 1Krs. Roy Lottee for. a 1 p. m. Lirtdquist, superimtendent of! visited tai dauglRer, Mrs. W.H. Tekoa sch, ools .pml RobertFloyd Rainwater, w'he there. lurheon. Mrs. Luh er aad Mrs. R. Emtman wl be aisting hostesses. - me and a social aternoon ,are plxmed. Mrs. Etta Pros- nell wi be in charge. TILICUM NEWS Axaerican home department will meet Tuesday at the home of MTs. Willi*am Booth, wth Mrs. Noraral Hohnes assisting hostess. The pro)gram will be presented ,by Miss Alice Moe. Handicraft departmen't met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Bruce Oliver. The Pro- ject of pineaplle smock'mg wa handtedt. by all the mem- bers. Fine arts departmert wiU meet Monday evening t the home of Mrs. Stanley Pierce, with Mrs. Ralph Stevens assist- ing. The program will be in charge of Mrs. George Fisher. Internaon, a,1 Educto de- parme met Thursday ater- noon at the home of Mrs. Pal Jeffrey, with Mrs. Ruth Fuhr- man assisting hostess. The pro- gram was provided ,by Mrs. G. T. Frost. SPEAKER AT GRANGE Carl Rudolph, former cun- {y commissione, will speak at Tyler grange meet,g Tues- day. Orange officials would like a ,good turnout to her him. Mrs. C. Wilkes from Tekoa spe the past weekend lmre with her 4ughir, Mrs. Carl Hair, Patty and Robert. Maytag Laundry Queen Sue Ham was the narror and Mrs. D, Chillon Clean, Full Sized played background piano rim- . aa,,.t:.,,. sic.The acCOtl of*he I m",,,,,,: was wrien by Geri Olm.dtn [ 30 aAT.T'/NS OF WATE Zedl FOR SUP St,a.bol*n and Mrs,. Neiso:,PLlF_ CGE OR HELP: Cordill were gu dir. ec: [ JUST RING FOR ATTEND- ors. ANT . . . NO NEED TO Prir to the luncheon girls B 0 T H E R MERCHANTS had ttended the U,aited FOR CHANGE. Clmrvh .of Chzst morning ser- vices. They were attired in Owned By Local Resident their white satin robes and were azxmlmnied by heir CORNER 2ND & H STS. mothers, .... Holmes Hardware