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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, April 24, 1.964 R. N. C. MEMBERS TAKE TRIP TO LANCASTER FOR MEETING Hostess for the April RNC club meeting was Mrs. E. N. Aldrich at her home near Lan- caster. Nine members made the trip with Mrs. E.hner Tiedt and Mr. Luke Best dring their ears. A luncheon of Chicken casserole, fruit salad and ,angel food cake with strawberries arid wipped cream was served upon .arrival. A lesson on selecting of clenching for ,figure, cotoring age and occasion was present- ed by Mrs. AMrich omld Ms. Best. The ideal principles were listed with each one ta'yirg to apply them to herself arLd a lively d'iseussion ensued. Safety chairman Mrs. Iow- avd Buob ga-ee .a report on sMety measures in eoneetion Snyder-Reitmeier Engagement Told Mr. and Mm. Raymond John Snyder, Route 4, Spokane, an- nurme the ertggemer, t of their daughter, Miss Judy Shy- MISS JUDY SNYDER der, and John D. Reitmeie, son of Hary R. Retmeier. Miss Snyder, a 1962 grad- tmem of Chey high school,  is employed in Spokane. Rezneier, wire graduated from Cheney high school m 1959 and atmlod Eastern Washington Sate College, is emph)yed by Bob Wilson Homes. CHURCH NEWS The Meodist church wom- en's society was weU repre- sented 'last Priday  the n- rmfl district meeting of Eae Spokane, dislmJ meotg of tim Spokane district WSCS mts. The all-day' session was held in the Methodist chuah ha Oeouv d'A/ene, with 250 at- tending..Mrs. Hickey, district president, presided  re- pors and roune business. Mrs. John Van Bruwt of the Chenesr WSCS ook part in hhe pedge servive .and ,gave he amml report /vom Oheney. Others attedi wre Mrs. Francis Kuehl, Mrs. M.S. Jones, Mrs. Carl HeraLricks, bs. K. W. Larrison, Mrs. W. J. Oar.r. Ms. A. B. OuSting, Mrs. Mae Van Scoyoc, Mrs. Van Brut. Mr. Jons and Mr. Van Brunt provided cars for the trip, then vsted the Twin-Lo Camp at Ti Lakes neax Rada'um. The WSCS ,of the Methodist ehtwch  'hold the morthly Circle mee.g Tuesday after- noon at the home of Mrs. K. W. Larrison at 1:30 p. m. Bus- imss will be omitted, with the program follwia, g the theme of the study subject. The Christian church w(rm. ea's fellowship spert Tuesday in Spokane attending the dis- trier eonfererce ,at She Centrl Christian church. Cmext speak- er was Mrs. Jack lrtin of he Union Cspel Mission vch) spke on aloholisra and s0ved sides. rg from Cheney were Mrs. Ed Wil- loughby, Mrs. James Black- shaw, Mrs. len Dobbins, Mrs. Wilson CYee, Ms. Lee Alle Mrs. Roy Letee, Mrs. E%%a Pres- nell ,and M. Harry Hlmes. Oheney Ohristima Church wl observe he NCC college da .and wl preseal a gues speaker for the Surday morn- hag services. Gary Bu,ghinaa, a student at NCC in Eugene, Ore., will speak. Dorml.d Ross, passer, is in eharge. CAMP FIRE NEWS Oheey district commai, ttee members mt wi other ds- izi(s in ,he Irdmd Empire April 16 in Spokane  a pot- lck luncheon ollowed by a meeting to discuss the sum- met camping season at Swey- olakan axed Dat4o. Local ac- tivities of the groups were a,lso reported. Mrs. M. A. Mal- moe, presiden of e loader's association, ad Mrs. Jean Jolmson attended from Ohe- ney. The ,annal mint .sale held hst month, with Mrs. J. P. Caldwell as chain, was a successful sale. All Blue Bird and Pomp Ph'.e groups tok part. The awards wffi he pre- sented at the grand council fire in Oheney on May 7. with windows. "Hands Acro,ss he Border" picnic which will be in Kokanee Park on Koot- enay Lake, 12 miles bewd Nelson, B. C., was discussed but no ,arrangements made be- cause ,of the distance. Mrs. L. C. Corditl, Mrs. Haw- ard Buob, Mrs. Luke Best, Mrs. Elmer Tiedt, Mrs. E. N. Ald- rich, and Mrs. J. H. Spuler pan to ,atend the Aehieve- nmnt Day luncheon and pro- gram which will be at the Her- 'itage Irm on onday, May 4. An invitation to visit the Faiv- child Home Defenders at Eaeir meeting April 22 w accepted by Mrs. Howard Bu'ob, Mrs. L. W. Rietz, Mrs. Charles Proc- tor, Mrs. Harold DarreCa, and Mrs. J. H. Spuler. The next meeting is sched- uled for May 21 with Mrs. Ioss Greenwood hostess in her home. Roll call is to be ans- wered w'th misc elhneots in- formation. The less'on on fibe aped fabrics will be presented. LODGE NEWS Martha Chapter OES will meet Monday in the sonic Temple with new officers in charge. Mr..and Mrs. Harold Pendell, patron and maon, wl preside. Appoinnerts of: s$anding committees will be anrtmced and the gand chapter meeting in Seattle in June will be discussed. Job's Daughters Bethel will meet Tuesday in the asenic Temple with queen Sue Ham presiding. Queen-elect Ruth Bell will discuss 'her Lrstalla- tion (}ate and p%ans  get underway. A car wash on May 9 wil'l raise funds for grand sessk)n ,attendance Ju,ne 13, 14, 15 in'Seatle. Rehekah lodge enterain district association members April 15 in he Cheney IOOF halI. Mrs. Helen Larsn, r/oble grail,, presided for the business sessr, on aml welcomed 20 special guests from Medi- cal Lake, Colvile, Spangle, Deer Park arid Spokane. Mrs. Ida Griffh of Oheey was presenOd her 25 year pin, witth Mrs. Fara Ru2er making the txreseneon. The presi- dent .,of dLtiet No. 2, Mrs. Florence. Kasenmyev, ws present and was fle speaker of the evairg.  pize daw- inlgs were heM .anal" games .formed he enment. A social hur wih rofreslmerts fallowed. loyal Neighbor lxtge met Monday a,non in the Leg- ion hal. M. Wlam Lee, oracle, presided.  ,etmrt were made on he eonvenfi'o of the district ,hem in Oheney in MarCh. A busirmss - m,g to it .had been competed. Mrs. Miltard I-Ie, deputy, re- pored he supa'eme oracle, Arm,a Sparg1r, will visit his diric/ in Ju,ne ,at Spokane. Karen Werhan Given Homemakers Degree Karen Werhan received her SVate ttomemakers degree at the convention of State Fu- KAREN WEKHAN ture Homeanakors ef Americ held at the UniverN, ty of Wa, shington. The ,convetien th, eme was "Today Unlocks Tomorrow." Other Cheney high school Stu- derts ,atten'dg were Peggy Smith and Sandy Bohn. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Dormld Waldo. Mrs. Waldo, high school home .economics instructor, is ad- visor of the Cheney chapter of Future Homemakers. TILICUM NEWS Interrational education de- partment met Thursda7 after- noon at the home of Mrs. Paul Jeffrey, with Mrs. Ruth Fthr - man assisting hostess. Mrs. Obed Williamson presided for the business meeting arid re- ports. The next meeg was set for May 7 at the hozne of Mrs. J. P. Gruber for a book review. Mrs. Mile Ball pre- sented a program on her trip to Iawaii ,and on a former tp to Alaska .ad the earhqu.ake area as it was then. Firm arts departeat met londay at he heine of Mrs. Stan/ey Pierce with Mrs. Ralph Stevens assisting. Mrs. Mike lller presided for the buai- ress meetir, g and weseedl Mrs. _,ge Fisher inn P'J gram on, Fashhms on Padel in 1964." Indicvaft depament met at the ,lmme of M_vs. Brtme Oliver Tuesda 7 for a .pa'ojeet on smockiag. The neXt meet- ing, Ap 28, will be at %h tmme of Mm. Fosd Pink for the pyojeM.of _bes. a45e ute2a a ewm- ment "hed a lfi.rmon meet- ing Thursday aftenmon at the home of Mrs. V. E. Smz,l, ,Miss F,ora Dan was lthe assit- irg lmstess ad Mrs. ,F. L. Rat- eliffe Jr. tnseed a beak re-; view. The beard of directors of Ti'lieum will hold a joi:nt me- iaag wih the memberu of the new boa Tuesday morning a the ,home of Mrs. Oscar E. Johnn ,at 10 ,a. m. Amerioan ,home department met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Oharles Booth. The program was pvesanted by  Afice Moe. DANCE To The Music Of Outlaws Friday, April 24- 9 p. m.-I a. m. No Admission SAUERBRATEN BAVARIAN THE SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE SERVED EACH SATURDAY at The Beehive Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with Heating Oils And All Standard Oil Products AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor 235-6378 CHENEY LEGION WOMEN GIVE REPORTS AT MEETING The Legion auxiliary met April 15 in the Legion Hall. Mrs. Ernest Harr presided 'fox reports on the dinner meeting at Post 9 un, it in Spokane las.t week and Mrs. Carl Rndricks gave the report that 23 immu- nization climes :had bee held during the year. GoLden keys for reachirg membership quotas were awarded to Mrs. Harr, presi- dent, ald Mrs. Goe,rtz. The auxifiary chose the high seh(al girl to go to Girl's State as Edna Cheevers with Ruth Bell as the alternate. Donations were made to Al, aska, to the Chapel of Pour C.traplair, s lost at sea in he east, to the Nationa/ Presi- dent's project on Ecuador. The nominating eomm,ttee was chosen .as Mrs. Hendrieks, Mrs. Wilam Lee and Mrs. William Bryan. It was planned to hold a joint meeting on May 13 with the legion men for he reguh,r May meeting. Refresh- merits were served by M. Itendrieks. MRS. HILTON AT CONFERENCE Mrs. Earl Hion is a dele- gate from the Inland Empire Camp Fire district ,attending the region 6 conference in Eugene, Ore. She a, ecompaned Spokane delegates Joyce Ken- worthy, Mrs. MarShall ]Kacar- thy, Mrs. Paul Clofffeller and Clinton C. Corliss. More than 300 are in atteaad- once to survey progress ef the new Camp Fire Girls program and national changes. Reports will be made from presidents of different cities arid the achievements acoonalislhed. Mrs. Hilton is o,n the national board. Cancer Drive Said Success The April carmer crusade and drive was held on Thurs- day evenirg with 18 EWSC girls of the Spurs .and Rai.nbow ,sorority sLig the Cheney Branch committee in a house to houae arrvas. The Ohermy branch will complete the dxive duri,g the l remaing days of the mpnh in eooperti with the A%a:er- icon Caaeee e of kane OourtSt: The Oheey Braaaela ex.preed grattuffe t,o N1 those who ,a with the crttsade. HAGI WITH SUPPER Mr. 'arid Mrs. Iry,1 Hagie hosted a bu.ffet supper at their home Mnday r.ght. Honor guests were the mwrert offic- ers .ad rmvly:eleeted officers of he Aooated Students of Eastern WaShington S%ate Col- lege. Rasmord Krebslaaefft, fac- ulty .advisor of ASEWSC, and l Mrs. Krebsb______ac_____o___aat;_tended. I Free Press warn ads click. DWYC Club Meets DWYC club of R'ebekah lodge held .a dessert party n Wednesday ,at the home of Mrs. Henry Rud, olf. The noble grand of ,the lodge, Mrs. Sid Larson, was a luncheon guest arid presided at the afternoon meeting. CHENEY HOT LUNCH April 27 -- Weiner in blan- ket, beets with honey sauce, stuffed celery, carrot sticks, escatloped apples. April 28 -- Meat oaf, whip- ped potatoes, creamed corn, pickled beets, olives, D.ueh apple cake. April 29 -- Beanie-weenies, carrot ,and celery sticks, but- tered peas, surprise sweet rolls, fruit cu'p. April 20 -- Hot pork sand- wieh, buttered spinach, spring salad Ozark puddirg-eake wiCh whipped topping. May 1 --Turin wiggle, bak- irg powder biscuit, cabbage- apple-marshmallow salad, pea- nut cup, ban,ana cream cae. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stewart entertainedo, as guests this week Mrs. W. W. D,oble, a. for- mer ChereyRe from Los An- geles, and Miss Vivin Ward of Ladola, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Veo F. Small re spending he weekend at Coulee Dam with Mr. and Mrs. Wtlfiam Cowall. Mr. SmaR will be guest speaker at he Rotary club at Coulee Dam on Mn- day. His subjec,t will be Greece. Mrs. Mile Ball and Mrs. A. B. Cutting will attend the luncheon ,at the Crescent in Spokane today, sponsored by the Spokane coun,y library board. Hnored guesSs are Mrs. Nita Lohnes Frasief and Mrs. Gertrude E. Furry, both of whom will have books pub- ished this month. Mr. ,and Mrs. John Van Brunt, Mrs. Peggy Dokken arid Mr. ,and Mrs. H ,aoki Pe,rde]l attended the meetlg of..East- ern Stur in Harriag,ton on Menday evening. The  o- fleers with Mrs. lrest We- meek at Harrington wea'e in cadge. Mrs. V. M. Hughes.enter- tained as hou.se guests a few days l'ast week .her sonm and famAlies, Mr. ,ad Mrs. Rbert Hughes and irat so(i; and Mx. and Mrs. G. W. tghes and five chJd,, en of Yatma. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bearer, Mrs. A. B. Cutting, Mr. and hrs. WaRer Jomson of Medi- v.al Lake spent one dos' fast week at Paouse Falls, mached at Washu:cna, then tu: Vhe Ooifax nd SCepxe Btt(e-rea. Mrs. John Lothan spent the weekend in Taconaa. and ,attended the meeting (fie the Alpha Delta amma teachers ,hororary sorority  Saturday. She was representative of the Alpha chapter of Spokve, of w,hioh she hs been set!xhary the past year. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Zimmer- mart enteained as Saulay evening dinner ,guest  her bvoher, Richard Davi#,/ and family, who are being' irons, ferred from Ohicago to Ssa.tt, le in his work with a paper com- pany. Another guest was Mrs. Edith Davis, mother of Davis and Mrs. Zimmerman. Mrs. Harry Hampton spent one day this week in Spokane as a guest of her ,son, Robert tlampton. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hair en. te:rtained as house gues,ts a few days last week h,is fa'ther, Harry Hair, and sister, Miss Mabel Hair, of Seattle. A dinner party ho,nore,d six sisters last Sunday at the home of Ms. Ed arner here. Attend- mg were Mrs. Mavhha W,aring- to*n, Spokane; Mrs. Elsie Owen Harvirgn, Iron, Troy, Moore, Mrs. Ted Others Moore, Ted Wa,rrington anl Ray Steiner, major surgery Deaconess tO be Mr..and Mrs. e,nertained a .his bother, of Lopez, lVl.v. Schy of Howe. The during he day, MOTHER HURRY!! Children up to 16 years of a family groups, welcome! 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