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y, Ap , 196 Pge 4 Oheney Free Press _ I RNC Club Enloys ....... '" " ' ' / 'lLow Calorie Meal [oRal t f. 4== / .  tess .far RN-C club April 15. ! I LEGION WOMEN ANNOUNCE GIRL'S STATE SELECTION American Legon Auxfli'ary met at the home of Mrs. Crl tledks April 14. Ernest announced that Jennifer Jordan, junior at Gheney High School. dathtar of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jordan, has bee se- lected to regresent Cheney at Girl's State in Eensbu.rg in Mrs. Krebsbach Chosen Delegate Gamma Theta chagter of Beta Sigma Phi met April 6 at the home of Mrs. Richard Mil- ler. Assistirg 'hostesses were Mrs. Don Pierce ,and Mrs. Norm Thompson. Mrs. Ray Krebsbach, presi- dent, was elected delegate to attend the state conve.ntion in Seatle. A grogram on "Argentina" was presented by Mrs. Joe She served a delicious bw cal- orie luncheon. The luncheon, which yeas he same as the one selwed at the leader trainnlg lessn, was fol- lowed by more information on, low catorie foods. Mrs. Earl Brooks and Mrs. Iae Ander- son reported .on theix assist- :ace to Miss Ruth Gold with the dormble food program. Mrs. Luke Best and Mrs. J. H. i SpuSer will be the ,helpexs Mn- daYF'avors were brought and ! reservations made for the Achievement Day luncheon in the Gheney City I-hll May 6. T,hs is a countydde observa- tiom Nine members plan to at- tend. Mrs. Em'er Tiedt and Mrs. L. W. Rietz wiU be hen- J 'tree. She is sponsored by the Gheney Auxary, with assis. tarme from Tilicum, Lions dub, PEO, Beta Sigma Phi, Royal Neighbors, Job's Daughte arid St. Rose ,of Lirrm Altar so- ciety. Mrs. Fred Hoyt was .pooint- Daugherty. Faculty Wives Plan Dinner Dance In Spokane May 8 EWSC aculty Wives-Faculty ed one of ,the judges from the Wdary tO :select a Cheney High School se:nir for the $100 scholarship gvavded by the Relief Corps of (3heney. Mrs. Ha:r elected to attel the Eighth I)istrit American Leg- ion Aux'ary meeting held Wednesday, which honored the 4eartment president, Mrs. An- thony VCMters. The meetng, in the North HiLl] Masonic Tem- ple, hd as hostesses No. 136, Spokane, and CheRRy Aux, ili- ary. On the n'ora.natin, g com- mittee :are Mrs. Fred Hoyt, Mrs. William Lee ,ad Mrs. Pete Bitlesbach. Mrs. Hen- d.ricks reported a M.vette had been don(ated to a needy moth- or. CHURCH NEWS ' CHRISTIAN Christian Higher Education day wilt ,be Obeerved at the Christian Church Smxiay. The speaker will be  Wierm I)anmm, a third year student at Nahwest C CI- lge. She is a IZiece off Mrs. D. A. Ross, wife of the Oleney pastr. The Spokane lYielody Singers wl be guest rtist at the tian CurCh at 7:30 p. m., Sunday, predating a pa'ogam of sacred music. S'uging wiVh dents of Cheney: Stmley Hen- dricks, Leland Allen, ad Hen- ry RtMf. ored .as 25 year members. Mrs. James Ashley also is a 25 year 1 member but is unable to come from Sunnyside to attend. Mrs. Buob and Mrs. Ander- son will attend the leader t,Vain- ilg lesson on "Care of Finisth & Refinishing of Kitch, en Fix- Women have completed phns lot a dintner-danee ay 8 at the Holiday Inn. Music will be provided by the Jerry. Mineh- inton Trio. Special intermission entertainment win lea'lure Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Clness and George Alien. Ticket ses or merabers off the organization mad their guests will eontinue through ay 3. Arrasging the function are Mrs. Henry Kass, chairman; ac-' commodatiorm, Mrs. L. V. Gra- fious, ,assisted by Ms. Leon W:liinger, Mrs. Glen Major, Mrs. Brent Wooten and Mrs. Jeff Purdy; music .and enter- tabment, Mrs. Allen Ogden, assisted by Mrs. Cedric Cel- ness ad Mrs. William Max- won; deeolations, Mrs. Robert Pumire, assisted by Mrs. Patti He, sing, Mrs. Gerald Mercer rd Mrs. Robert Vuglm; invi- tatlons, Mrs. Frank Nieol, as- sisted ,by Mrs. Wav Bowers, Mrs. Don Pierce, Mrs. Ed Ohis- ss and Mrs. Wilam W''flsn; alnld ticket sales, Ms. Richard MiMer, assisted by Mrs. Don Pierce, Mrs. Kenneth awas, Mrs. William Kdd, Mrs. lb- eat Anderson, Mrs. A1 Prhce, Mrs. Brent Wooten, Mrs. John LoOhspeich, and Mrs. J.A. Barnes. ,Mrs. Hal Bank (Helen Hedge) of ',Estgate spent Easter-va-. ca*ion with her parents, Mr. ad Yhs. J. W. Hedge. Mrs. Bank teach in Seattle. Y_e,r:y good news about home loans! FHA home loans to buy, build, remodel or refinance now available in this area through Seattle-First National Bank Seattle-First is pleased to announce that because of new Federal Housing AdministratiOn policies, we. can now offer favorable FHA financing terms on property that previously would not qualify. Until recently, a home had to conform to metro- litan construction standards to quallf, for FHA neing. Unde the new pofiny, FHA will approve loan on homes that contorm to the construction standards generally prevalent in the town or area in which the lroperty as located. This means that Seattle-First can now make FHA real estate loans in this area -- loans that we could not make in the past. We can also make FHA loans to refinance an existing real-estate contract. Like to know more about .ths program and the advantages of FHA tlnancmg? oIho see am and we'll he glad to explain the aetail. You're more han welcome at $eattIe-First. tures & Appliances" at Spo- lane today. This lesson will be presented .at the next meeting May 20 at te hame of Mrs. Brooks. Roll call is to he ans-! wered with a favorite barbe- cue recipe. Former Cheney Man Will Wed Saturday Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Zimmer- man left for Seattle today for the weddincg of the son, Lar- ry Zimmerman, and Miss Re- nee Rudd. The ceremony will be pev- formed at 1 p. m. Saturday in a Seattle church in the pres- enlce of the two f '.mih'es and close friends. A receptio,n wiB fo}ow, with the ,honeTTn spent at Victoria island. B. C. The bridegroom, yonges son of Mr. :and Mrs. Zmamer- man, ,is a graduate of Ceney High Schoal and WSU at Pul- man. He is emgl*oyed in ffov- ernmen service in Seattle. The bIde rs a stud,n at the Uni- versity of Washington and is also employed in goermnent service. The couple  make their home in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Roge2 Ziggner- man of (Ynermy also attended the wedding. BLUEBIRD GIRLS ENTERTAI N . The Cheney Fairy Bluebirds entertained their rout'hers and yousger brothers d sisters wih an Easter party April 13. The girls presented "Spring as and Futures," a phy fea- turing hand puppets. A ronp of fifird grade gir who wi21 begin Camp Fire next year were present. They were Men,ca Weaver, Brigid Eaton, Cheryl Isherwood, Jody Buse, Lori lorvow, Leri Bonk, Shir- ley Williams, Caud'm Haskins Iathy Isherwood, PeggY Deem, tosemary Reagan, Janice Dow Diane Betz, Lama Iam ad Mary Rosenzweg. Iaclers ave Pat Isherwood ad tetty Has- kins. (A pict ure taken of the grou, p for publcationl "m this week's lyaPev wou, M not repro- duce a prntirg.) TILICUM NEWS Afternoon Litexary deart- m,ert met Thursday at the i home ,of Mrs. M. A. lmoe. A book review was given by Mss :Flora I)avidson. &merican I{ome department met Tuesday eve,nin,g at the tmme of Mrs. Elmer LuSteR, with Mrs. John Van Brtmt as- sisting. A f',fin Strip on bak- exy systems yeas presented by Mrs. Ctmrles Shepaxd, with sample of breads dish, buffed. Eveni, ng Literary department eld a .guest nght Tuesday at the home off Mrs. I)omthy Reed. A brief lm, siamm rneet- gas conducted by Delia r1. Handicraft met at the grme of Ms. Bruce Olver at Medi- cal Lake Tuesday. Interafion1 F_xatkm de- purtme will meet Thursday at he home of Mrs. Carl Ru- dolf. A progran on/kfica be given by Mxs. E. Irr. Rlchr, Wimbrly & Ericsan 708 ONB Bldg., Spokane I, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITOR8 No. '/9129 In the Suior Court of the Stat of Washington, in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of MARY R. FARRO. deceased. Notice is hereby given that the ondgr- signed has been a ppoi .1 Executor" of the above estate m trim Uourttanaan has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having elaima against said de- ceased are required to eerve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouche upon the undersigned at 708 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Washington or upon Richter, Wimberley, and Ericson the attorneys of record at their office at 708 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Wash-, l,ton, and file such claim with I proof of such service in the office of the I clerk of the above court at the City of Spokane, Washington, within six months after the first publication of this notice. or they will he forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 16th day of April, 1965. Frank A. Farro xecutor of the above estate. Paul H. Richter AttorneY of Richter, Wtmberley & Ericson 708 Old Ntlonal Bak Bldg., Spokane, WashingtOn 99201 (April 16-30) @ Sea.ttle.lqrst N_aU_o_na/I00jk LODGE NEWS REBEKAH Rebekah Lodge ente,rbained as special guests Wednesday nght officers of the Novthe,ast District, with 18 coming from the }edges o.f the Inhnd Em- pire. IOOF, REBEKAH IOOF and Rebekah t0dges entertained M)nday ewening with their :anmml buffalo feed. Bob Tubbs pra,ide,d the meat from Montama. Rebebah ldies prepared aad served flue pt- luck dinn, ev. Guests of .honor were the family of Alex Ra- Jura, wh, o won the essay con- test trip to the United NaOens this summer, which is spon- sored by the }edges. His pa- errs, Mr. ,and Mrs. Clifford la- j,ala, and five brothers at- tended. Guests came from the Medioal Lake and local lodges, with 80 ,present. ROYAL NEIGHBOR Royal Neighbor lode met Mond,ay afterrmon in the Leg- ion Hall. Betty Hale spoke of visits made to Sprague. Mrs. John Banks was weleo,med back ,as the musician. It was armlunced that the past oracle of Spokane would hold a smor- gasbord luncheon in the Gol- den Hour cafe May 6 at noon. Past oracles of Cheney will at- tend. Refreshments were served by Flora Ruler and arie Conley. Recital Planned SV Piano Students Nirm p ups of Mrs. Harold K. Stevens wl reset a parm recital this evenin'g at 8 in the Eastern Washington State Cot- lege Seierce Building auditor- ium. The studens ,have registered as candidates fr membershi in the National Fraternity of Student Musicians, sponsared by the Nafioral Guild of Piano .Teachers, of which Mrs. Stev- ers is a member. The young pianists phyed in the National Piano Paying Audition hst Friday. The public  invited to at- term tonight's recital, free off c 'Pge. Members are Tom Andrews, latty Iagen, Lyn Loanr, D0rma Mauglan, Linda Sooy, Kathy Stevens, Peggy Stevens. Mhrk Stevens ,and Ama Will- iamson. CAMP FIRE NEWS Mrs. Earl ,Hilton ,and .Mrs. F. J. Sctradgg attended the monthly Ca. FLr Girls lu cheon ,and  meeting an Tue.ay in Spokane. NewArrivals i : Mr. and Mrs. Wi1i, am J. Wal- ker ,anrmunce the birth of a: daughter, Elizabeth Ann, on I April 11, in the hsoital at Bel- levue. The baby, Wh'o weighed 7 pounds, 6 oun, ces, joins a bro- ther and sister at the home in Bellevue. She is the grand- daughter ,of Mrs. H. D. Wa,lker of Cheney. Coy Smiths Note Si Iver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Coy Smith celebrated their silver weddin. ,aninJversary Sunday with a di,n- n,er for friends and rehtives at Casey's Gay 90's Restaurant, Spokane. Attenng were Mrs. Smith's )arents, Mr. ,an'd Mrs. Henry. SChraeder, Milwavd; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ness, Opportunity; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith, Sgo- laIe, :and Merritt and Rich,ard Howell, Opportunity. From Cheney were Rose Smith. mother o,f Mr. Smith; Mr. ,and Mrs. Jake Richard:sen Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray and daughter Linda; Mr. ami Mrs. Alvin Miller and daughters, Susan and Janet, and Shirley ,and Betty Smith, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Try Bloom- quist announce the birth of a daughter ,on Friday, Ap,I 16 in St. Lukes hospital, Spokane. Mrs. J. W. Carr spent a few days tast week in Portland to attend a 50 year anniversa. celebration of nursing class- mates Twelve out of 16 were presen or a dinner party. She ,also visited her mnd- daughter, Linda H'ougam. 'a student nurse in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Heideeker went by pl'arm to Flbrida April 15 to attend the funeral of an aant. Mr. and Mrs. John Banks re. turned home last week at, tel' spen, dng the winter in Phoe- nix, Ariz. Mrs. Grover Chambers has been conined in Deacones hospital for a week, where she is undergoing trea,tment. Mr..and Mrs. Nol, an Brown entertained as Easter Surday dinner guests his two brothers ,and familfies, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- tin Brawn of Pullman and M. and Mrs. Bob Brown, Spokane, and Mrs. George Brown and Mrs. Agnes Holter. George LaValley o Moses Lake spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt before going to their Priest Lake cottage to spezId Satur- day. Mrs. Iarod Banl (Helen Hedge) of Seattle soent the )ast week here with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hedge, arid her brother, Harold Hedge, in Spokane. rs. Olive Orange enterbain- ed as Thursday evening dinner guests ,her son in 1,aw and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. J. Aus- tin Andrews, and Tern. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Harr and two daughters of Sgokane were Easter Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Havr. Mrs. Pauline Revel, Tekoa, and Mrs. Mildred Harris, Spo- kane, were Easter Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mile 'Ball. Mr. and Mrs. James Fair- banks ,and children entertain- ed at Easter dirmer their! daughter and family. Mr. and Ms. Art Lindvall and two sons of Spokane. her mother, Mrs. Flora Rufer, 'and sister, Miss Irene Rufer. Mrs. Iimer Conley spent Sat- urday in Spokane with Miss Mtabel Bortz and Miss Bernice Shore from Minneapolis, who were visitinlg the brother, Herman Smith, in a nursing home. Mrs. Con}ey was the lunoheon guest that day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Newstrom and daughter Chrisy from Se- attle spent is,st week bore with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy- d,al Coniey. On Easter mrn- ing he Corfleys entetaVd with a breakast party which icluded Dr. and Mrs. Glen Conley and lane. Mr. and Mrs. entertained :as guests their Mr. and Mrs. Ton kane. Mr. and Mrs. and daughters Ester Sunday ents Mr. ,and Mrs. febvre and Mr. and Ho ltzclaw, ,of wards they took a Coulee Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Eel ] and four children to their new home 1700 block on, 4h Easter Sunday ed her mother, Swegle, as their Saturday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Virgil his parents, Mr. Honk, and Honk, of Royer, sister of lals present. Mrs. Etta Easter Sunday her son and Mrs, Tom baby grandson. Mr. and Mrs. entertained as guests h,er sister My. and Mrs. Eu and six children On Saturday they by Mr. and Mrs. bell, Hope, Idaho, day by Mr. and Katt, Mr. and Bryceson, Mr. and :rderson, all Charles Campbell Bryceson. Mrs. James spending the as ,a guest of Mrs. Jack We Mr. and Mrs. spent the Easter Goidendale as brother, Gordon Mr. and Mrs. entertained as their daughter, McLean, and Aother dau#ter, Artderson, Seattle, ters returned to week after a visit ione eveni,g were Bernie Kanford The Golden Door Beauty invites you to visit our new salon at AIRWAY CH 4-2610. Downtown styling done in a friendly atmosphere for rural residents. MR. STleCKLER, OWNER, MR, JOHN FORMERLY WI STYLIST OF MANY LEADING THE DAVENPORT HOTE| SALONS SALON CH 4-2610 FREE PARKING CH 4-2610 The Golden Door Beauty Sa Zing in to spring! fhewolet Impala Chevrolet Impala Super Spor[ Coupe--one o] two buc-ket.seaed beauties for '65. '\\;' People who buy other big expensive.looking get one thing you won't expensive.looking payments) It looks like a big car. And is--by almost any standard you want to apply. Width? Nobody builds a car as much as one inch wider. Length? It grew three inches this , .  ' year. Roominess. Every closed model s got ,three inches more shoulder room, front and Tear, and more leg and foot room up front too. !Luxury? Nice little touches like the look of imellow walnut across the Impala's instru- rment uanel. And big touches. Like the fine- [ne o'f the same Body by Fisher workman- ahip flhat makes some of Americas most expensive cars look so expensive. How about the ride? Chevrolet engineers took the Jet- smooth one and smoothed it out even more this year. Also made it more stable by widen- ing the wheel stance. Price? That's where Chevrolets fall way short of the other big expensive-looking cars. But we wouldn't have it any other way. Would you? One last question: How soon can you make a good spring buy on a Chevrolet? One last answer: Just as soon as you can get down to your Chevrolet dealer's. Zing into spNng in a new Chevrolet, ghevelle, Comai00, Chevy ]I oe Brown and Holter Motor Co. 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY 235-6231 21st da 'allqula t