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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, May I, 1964 THE YEARS HAVE" BEEN KIND TO Mr. and Mrs. Au-n Brewer, Spangle, who wirl celebrate their 50th anniversary Sunday with an open house in the Spangle Christian Church Fe|lowshlp room from 2-5 p. m. Friends are invited. FOUNDER'S DAY BANQUET HELD The a.nmml Founder's Day banquet for Beta Sigm Phi was ;held last Friday in the Tavnla Commons. Arange- nmrts for the banquet were nmde by Mrs. Norm Thomp- son,, and her com- mittee, Mrs. lbert Andeso, Mrs. Rogex Harder ad Mrs. Ted S'thltmrn. Mrs. Pbert Smith presented a paper on the h of ' [ ' . . the past years activities. Mrs. Ray Giles led .the ler j hbe Founde s Day pege. Mrs. Seth SCt  e message from the fatmder .of 'Beta Sig- ma Phi, Mr. Water Ross.  ffbnon aud Peggy were presented in o  duets. Iowing the hmer, Mrs. Jo,.eph Dagerty md Ms. A1 Ogden were Wen he Rial of Jewels ceremony, wich completed the ple0ge d,ties. Mrs. Ross Honored lrs. Eugene Ross was hon- Ored by  Cheney Cornun- i ChurCh wmen at a pink and blue :ower at te home :dr tm. Victor Wilson last Fri 4Y eve2,h'. Many Iovely t were received by Mrs. an'd refreshments were served. CLUB NEWS Graadmothem club met at he home of Mrs. Roy Loire on Thmhy. Mrs. Lua Cromer arid Mrs. R. Bmtnma were co- tmstesses. ighteen were pres- ent. Elected of, were Mrs. Etta Presmll, president; l'rs. Mary Maddux, ,Ace wesi- dent, .arid Mrs. Elmer Marsh, , secretary. Windsor Plans Feed __ A pan,cake supper to rae funds tbr IAt League will be i held Saturday frown 5 to 9 p. m. a the Wirdsor Schl and- itorium. Parer at W, mdsor a, nd Garden Swings are sport-[ Vhe event. 2heve will[ be enteLainmea. ( LODGE NEWS M'artha ctpter 0ES me onday evenir, g in the Mason- ic Temple. Mr. arid Mrs. Har- old Pende1, patro .and mat- ron, presided. All officers were present, and yearly commit- tees were appointed. The bus- irmss session included reports and an,nounemens. The au comnttee, inveory commit- tee a,nd cars were reported upon. The next meeting will be the observarme of Mother's, Day. Past maors of Eastern Star will hold a dinner meeting Monday evening 'in  dining room. The new worthy maran wll be a special guest. 3ob's Daughters met Tues- day evening in e Masonic Temple to complete he ps ad appointe,Rs for the car wa'vh May 9, ,beginning at 9 a. m. P's were made or %he instalI, aon and the new gar- dian coufl. I Rebeka_h Odge will meet cm Woctnesay in the IOOF for he annuN m2other-daugh- ter banquet. Ts wi1 be a pot- luck at 6:30 'in eeqebration of Mother's Day. A meeting will fotlov at 8 p. m., cooXlucted by ,noble grand Helen Larso. Tilicum Directors Plan Installation The "Icum club board of directors met Tueoda7 'morn- ing at the home of Mrs. San-. bey Pierce. Membe of the new board we preser to make ptan  he coming year aad for le ltion of club officxs May 18. The president, M2s. O. E. Jolmson, was unable to be present, .hav- irg susainl injuries in a fall. It was armouced a Mrs. Pierce would atonal he st con,ventn in Seattle May 1-3, and will take a :hnt eol- lecon for the crat air. TO HOLD CAR WASH Luah Horizon c}ub will, hold a "Car Wa,sh Day," Saturday, May 2, at Al's Chevron Sta- tion. I Read the dassifiedsIt pays!' 'Cakes by Order B I RTH DAYS >; SHOWERS WEDDINGS ANN IVERSARI ES MOTHER'S DAY GRADUATION Designed for your personal wish in a wide variety of shapes and designs. JEAN McMILLAN Call Cheney, 235-6657 or Saratoga 3-2748 GAMMA THETA MOTHER'S DAY EVENT MAY 9 Gamma Theta chapter of Beta Sigma PbA met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Rog__ Karder. The annual Mother s Day function will be held on May 9 in the Terrace loom of the W. W. Isle Union. Members and their mothers or guests will be in attendaace, with lVIrs. Glenn Kirehner in charge of the luncheon. A letter from Dr. C. Clement French, WSU president, thank- tlrg Gamma Theta chapter fr its contribution to Camp Das- ter Seal was read. The state converton of Beta Sigma Phi t Yakima was ammnced.[ It will be held June 19. Ir,al- ation of officers for Ci.ty Council wilt be held on May 4 at the Fances Lester Hotel in Spokane at 8 o'clock. Mrs. WilLiam Kidd presented Mrs. W. A. Gamon, vcho Slake on commumty welSare prob- lems and the need for a lcal fund for psychological testing and psychiatric evaluation and care. The next meeting w'fll be held ,at the home of Mrs. Ray Giles on May 5. The assisting hostesses for the Ail 21 meeting were Mrs. Larry Oes- er and Mrs. DarreA1 Irvm. i Friends Renew Korean Friendship Dr. M. Park of he Presby- ,terian Mission l0pital in Tae- gu,i.l Korea, w a reeert over- n'g visitor of Dr. Walter Powers. Dr. Park was en route to he Iarvard Medical School for advanced vafing in pedia- trics. Dr. Powers became ac- quainted with Dr. Park wlffie he was in Korea with  fam- ily. Dr. Powers ,las hree sans, W,ay, Jmes 'and Tom, who are he same ge s Dr. Park's sons,. CHENEY HOT LUNCH May 4- Oriental rice, but- toted carrots, peatt butter san, dwich, apple onmc. May 5 -- IIamburger n but- ered bm, ,green bears, pielde .sces, olives, car sticks, chiIled pears. May 6 Pizza, btttered i corn, stuffed celery, apple- sauce. May 7- Fied chicken, po- ta,to salad, Havvard beets, corn- bread, -pineapple,cream pt}d- (11. 8 Spaghetti to- mo cheese saeefed rs ' cabbage-pineaple.narsh- mallo salcl, .sweet o1s. Parkers Observe 55th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs, Porter Pakev: celebrated their 55h wedding ,anniversary Sunday at the home of their son, Homer Hale, at Chattaroy. Three daghrs arid two of heir hree ssi were hosts for .the dinner par- ty for 25. Ohher guests ielud- ed Mr. Parker's broher, and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ahuv Par- ker, Spokane, and Mr. Milford Kimm of Pine City, a brother. in-law. Children, grandchild. ren and great grandchildren ere among those presell Check the classified columns. CHURCH NEWS The spring fellowship din- ner of the Unid Church of Christ was held Sunctay fol- lowing m:orning worship. There were approxima:tely 100 in attendance. Members of MrLam Circle served as hos- tesses, with Mrs. Sam Braaten :as chairman. Daffodils and other spring flowers were used as table centerpieces. Mem- bers and guests were greeted by Mrs. William J. Orlob, pres- ident of t'he women's fellow- ship. Followi,g dinner, a program was prese,b:d, wP.h  Wil- liam Drummond as master of cremonies. A vocal solo was presented W Miss Linda Mos- Ian, Jaln Holmes aee(nn- panying. A trio, Sue Wibon, p, Na,t-T Johnson altd JoLtta Lews, san?, two numbers, ac- companied by Peggy Thomson. A shor hist;:.ry of the church, ;,,'cpared by Cecil Dryder,, was read by D Kenneth llossom. ,qn origiaa: sk t, written by ,,,rs. Frarik N!col. was pres,eint - ed. Takln, l,,,rL were Dr. Ni- r01 and Mr.; Ke u;,,th Kenm,dy :l. sging relc. and acting :'o]es were [3kCrl by Mrs. Jo.lin : l'aulson, M::4. Frrk Nicol and Mrs. Wilh n J. 0]ob. Another geaha'c depicted the 'burning of the mortgage" b: Mrs. Johi Pqu]son, president , r" '* the chu e: board. The Northeast w,gton- North Idaho corfference of the pilgrim l%iIowslfip will be held at the clmrch May 3, be- ginning at 2 p. m. Over 100 yoLmg people are expected. The speaker, will be Dr. Henry Reian of Washington State University, alkirg on "Val- ues." Music will be provided by the "ValleyAires," Cbree senior high yon,ths from the Valley. A dinner will be served by Latma Circle at 6 p. m., and ! the program  conclude at 7:30 p. m. Pilgrim Fellmvship will ,hod a retreat at Liberty Duke on May 9 REd 10. Rev. and Mrs. Uharles Dit- mar 'and Roy. and Mrs. George Allen wil'l attend tahe m'mual meetirg of the Washington- North Idaho oRfereqme of floe United Ohurch of Christ .May 6-8 :at the Fi.rst Congregatiml Church, Bellevue. The Methodist ahuvoh warn. en',s 'society met on 2tmsy afternoon i e parsonage. Mrs. K. W. Laxrison, .the hos- tess, ea-ved d:essert. Mrs. Jm Van Bru'nt, tmsident, for annoueemet ,bu ere w no business. Miss Fimiko Makio,, studemt a EWSC,  guest speaker, shewed slides of 'her native Ja- paxt for he program. She is a member of the choir ,and i,s in her seoond year at the college. Evening circle of the Moth. odst ohur women's smiety met Tuesday evenir:g a te: home of Mrs. Sm Hth for orm_izafion 'and selectiu of a Ch'an and secretary. This group i composed of mem. hers wlm work in ,the day and a branch of he on so- ciety. A sub.district workshop fr counciling teachers in the Metlodist chtth will ,be held in the local Meodist Church May 6 from 1:30 to 3:3) p. m. Delegaes'o the N*azarne drict e6avent3'x loft Mo- day for Rchlaad. Leavbg the UNMATCHED... for Elegance Permanence Safety... "PilOS-FUSED" for strength, beauty and rust protection HAND$OMER thru balanced design and distinctive styling Do It Yourself... SAVE We provide free planning guide and will estimate the cost of your lob. You install yourself, follow. in[ simple, foolproof instructioos we 1uml@. Ordinary hand tools are all you need. Completdy Aduaablo To All Interior and Exterior Requirement# Cheney Bldg. Supplies ON THE HIGHWAY I II I TILICUM NEWS Tlicum departments ave elected new chairmen to serve during the coming year. They are: afternoon literary, Mrs. Mae Van Scoyoc; Ameri- can home, Mrs. PoLe He,ideck- :er; evening literary, Mrs. Della Gran,t; handicraft, Mrs. F. N. Lefebvre; fine arts, Mrs. L. E. Zimme.rman, and inter- rtation,al-education, Mrs. Mile Ball. All will be installed with other officers on, May 18. DepaLmets will meet next week. Fine Ars wi,tl meet Tuesday. Members will leaue Cheney at noon to lunch in Spokane and tour an,tique shops. Contact Mrs. George Fisher for transportai, on. IrternaLional-educaUon will meet with Mrs. J. P. Gruber on Thursday afternoon. Miss Cecil Dryden wi give a bok review. Handicraft department met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Floyd Fink to work .on he fin*el craft project of the club year. Cheney Nazarene church were Rev. George Niehoh, Mrs. Ed Betz Jr., Mrs. Ira Shoe, Mm. SCanley H endricks, ad Mr. and Mrs. lobevt Slma. The first two days are devoted to ,the missiormvy socie of all the churches in le dstrict; the last wo days are for ehu,rch and pastor reports. The Christian church will ,observe Family week SuTday with a 6:30 sack lurch dinner. Theme .of he meeting is "Maling Christiamy Fee- ive In The I-Iome And Fam- i17 Life." A nursery wi. be provided for the elldren. The Christian church board ,of directors WIE meet Tues- day ,at .he chaxrch at 7:30 p. m. The womeCs fellowship mis- si,ormry unit witl meet Thurs- d,a7 .at the borne of Mrs. Harry Holmes at 2 p. m. for busntss and reports ,on the nssionary .study and dsctsson. The May feiowjlp meeiting of Churches today will 'be held in the Jewett Houe, St. John Cah'edal, Spokane. A noon htncheon wil! 1recede the meeting. Mrs.;-, F. J. eg of he United Church of Christ, Mrs. Pete HeideAker of the Meedist ehv.rch, Mrs. Jmes Bhekshaw, M_vs. Roy LoRe and Mrs. Don Ross 2ron te Chris- tian chm-ch wl ttel. The United eounl of eneh yeom- en is sprrsor of e meet,g. DON SHEAHAN Doz 100, Roaiia, Wuh. '"  NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 76765 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of hitman. [ ][In the Matter of the Estate ot : CALLIE MAY BUOK, deceased. ltice is hereby given that the urder- signed has been appointed and has qual- ified as Executor of the above entitled estate; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby re. quired to We the same, duly verified, on said Executor or Don Shsahan. attof r, ey of record at the address below stated. and file the same with the Clerk of said COurt, together with proqf of such service within six moths after the date of first publication of this notice, or the ame will be barred. Date of first publication May 1. 1Or. George J. Buck Executor of the above estate. Cheney. Washington. Don Sheahan Attorney for Estate Box 106, Rosalie, Washington (May 1-15) NEWS BRIEFS Iday Mrs. Clarence (Frankie)MI. I M. anal rom le from Los Angeles is spend- that they wffi ing two weeks in Cene,y as to Cheney in-I the guest ,of Mrs. Wilson Cree after spend.iN arid Mrs. Ivy Cordill. She spent there. the weekend in the Amber dis- I Mrs. ,tric, t Wih old neighbors and[ son and reltatives. D avid ] Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pendell son from spen the wekend in l'ssaquah day afte for he Saturday sessio,ns o[I and Mrs. World Organizathonfor Reading I Mr. and I Development. ,Both are teach- [ tctained as ers in Spokane I guests Mr Mr. and Ms. James S. Lane I LillenChal eltertaLned a,s guesls a few/Do The !days last week their d a,ughter, I Spokane. Mrs. Detmar Harris, from Van-I Mr arid couver. The Harrises so vis- turned ited ,their son Warren and fam- ily in Pultman. Mr. and Mrs. Walden Chan- bers were Mond,ay evening guests of their pare,ts, Mr. ,and Mrs. Grover Chambers. Mrs. Milhrd Hale etertain- ed as Monday ,afterrmon guests Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Morrlson *and Mrs. Stella Eagte of Spo- kane. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Con- ley were Sund'ay. 'dm, er guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rezeau Pbts in celebration of theix 56th wedding anniversary. After- wards .a tour was made of he Spokane area. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Be rgloff entertained as guests last week their son, Dick Bergoff, of Seattle. On Sunday hey were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bergoff ,and cd,ren from Spokane for a family dinner. Gall Bevgloff remained for a visi, t wilh her gra,ndparens. Mrs. O. E. Johnson, who sustained an injury in a fall at ber home la,st week, is: re- covering nicely in a Spokane hospital. Mrs. Ke,nth C'onley viN.ted with Mrs. Sam Sunderhnd and Mrs. Clara Amonson on Men- ])a'm, where of he Smll spoke a meeting and iy church. Mrs. L. E. tert,ained wi@ her on her mother, who was .included Mr. meman, Judy, Mr..and: nl elmran and Mr. and entertained, a ney friends Ross, paor church, Mr. and M spen the past ttle visbing ry Lffiten. Gary Ore., ,spent guest of Mr. Blackshaw. Sleaker a church Sun, daY Mr. and shaw and RuI Sunda. arid Mrs. me. 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