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Page 4 Cheney Fee Press Friday, Mar 8 1964 GIRLS MAKE PUPPETS---The A-Ko-Das fifth grade Campfire girls at Campus Elementary Schoo| have made shoe box pup- pets as a recent project. Posing with their puppets are (front row, left to right) Kathy Nelson, Pamela Wooldridge, Ann Beard, Kay Ham and Kathy Brock. Back row, Carolyn Biehl, Linda Hughes, Louise Ratcliffe and Linda Jo Engle. CH EN EY WOMEN ATTEND STATE CLUB MEETING The SLate FederaAon of Wqnens cl, ubs convention in SeaYde May 1, 2, 3 awarded hons nd awals ,to the Che- ,hey Tilicum dub, aorg with the 240 clubs of the state. A Spokane member, Mrs. Wayne C, became e president of e st,te far a two-year term. She  wll krmwn in he East side clubs far  wm'k. The cunvention next yea wi$1 be hed n Spo- kane, where .Mrs.  will be in dmvge, with the North- ,'diStrt clubs as kos- toss group. This in,cl:des Tilf- ou, m of Ohemey. Federation tirmed to support bboard corRvol axM pure food e and the cocfl of dus. Alert D. was a speal guest .and speaker a the Satulay evening bnquet. .Mrs. A. B. Ouiing was se- lected o seawe on he state ptblie ,fffairs delraslmen as a divis/n c .lmimmn and an NIma  as chairman. Mrs. Stanley Piert, e and Mrs. Pauline Westerman, pr6det ele0t mxl vice pres- 'idon leet of Ttlicum, attend- ed s delegates from y. Rrts  be nmd a the My 18 genezl meetJin. Annual Madonna Festival Tomorrow At Moran Prairie faugh a ,nu Mckmma Fegti, val, prosented by  Im- mactate Hea t House auxiliary, will be Id May 9 and 10from 10a. m. 4) 8 p. m. each day. The show s beh held at 1e Ptret House on Moran Prairie and there is no Linda Reetz and Ted Brower United In Marriage Miss Lida Joy Reetz, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Afred L. Keetz .of M.arsholl, and Ted Lynn Brower, sen of Mr. and Mrs. OrteH S. Brower of Salt Lake CB:y, Luh, were unAed :n 'marriage April 25 at the Cenitral Methodist church in Spokane. The bride wore a wlfite satin gown with scalloped n'eekline ,and chanti.lle bee bodice and .sleeves. Her Italian illusion vel was attached to an im- ,pd:f%M Swedish crown of ,p.as, sequins and rhhae- stones. She carried a bouque ot Wtfite roses. laryn Secrest, maid of hormr, wore a beige taffeta brocade gown, and She maids of lmnor, Diane Cook and Judy Riehards, wore pastel green taffeta brocade. Plower girls were Jackie C'omstock 'and Dorma .Rchards nd Rabble Cook Was ing bearer. Derd:s Reetz ws best and ARen Cook and Roger Riehards attendms. Ushs :were Guillermo Truj  and Bruce D opp. A reception was hem in, the church social room with Mrs. Nora rbbRs, Jean Oomstk, Ethel Meyers, Donna Goblch, J Jennin,gs, Wand,a Hop- kin 'and Judy Decker assist- ing. Mrs. Reetz was attired in light green for her daughter's wedding arid Mrs. Blower chose dark blue. The young couple will make their home cn Cheyenine, Wyo. CAMP FIRE NEWS Ko-Ki-Ke-Ko camp4&re g'rls we PA ,or, a three mile ,hike in ad Ckarge. the WiRiams hke area one dy i The festival is de!  to during spring vaca*i,on. Fol- 1 the Virgin Mary  H forms lowing,the ,hike the group had  off art emd  yem', as ,in the l lunch t the Stan Pierce cot-i past, a comlotely ,new group ltage, i or mt objeet ,gathered from] A mother's tea was held all over the world ill be fea-[ April 30 at which tme mere-[ lured. I bers told of their activities for Two new addition_s, ]mve[ the year. The group pavticipat- i been made in tlis yeer s Show. Ied :in tttouncil Pire April 7. i A grotp of  aad folk-( They*/t the :loas of one, lm'e Madnv.s  be featured. J of their campfire , Jean- Ar/ot2ma- section wi he dev-I ine Friedlund, who has moved ed to the ldonna in Byza. I away. line art. I - = Corps SahJrday wia No. 8 wt  Sxwdy at 1p.m. in the Aoan Legima ,hl. lss Mdred Joiner wig re- imrt on he distz%t meeting lId in Spokane. Mothers wl be ,honored. Hostesses are Ms. Poter Parker, Mrs. Mary Rietz, Mrs. Iat Grafious and Mrs. Mirage Loomei'. CHENEY HOT LUNCH May ii -- H prk sand- wich, spring salad, buttered spinach, boogrm, olive pickle kabob, apricot sauce. May 12  Raa beef, mashed potatoes ,a,d gravy, stewed tomatoes, ,brownies. May 13 -- Oki, carrot and calory Sticks, chocolate sweet rolls, aplesauce. May 14  Chop suey over fluffy rice, *ossed salad, bana- 'na tog, ra",n bread. May 15 -- Surprise! III II i will please mother on her day, May 10. For the finest in Corsages , Bouquets Plants Chet's Flowers On the Hiway WE DELIVER PHONE 2354916 Cheney Students Take Art Awards In Spokane Show Art awards were given to several Chertey :high sch'ool and Betz Elementary students whose work Was entered ,in the Greater Spokane Music and AiRed Arts Vestial held at the Cheney Cowles Museum in Spokane. High school studerts receiv- ing awards were Bonnie Le- Van and Gaff Butler, excellent in the senior oil pain$ing di- vision; in the sen!iov graphics Dan Ham-ah, an took fi,rst p,lee, outstanding and excellent awards, and Carter Refiner, outstanding and excellent. In the senior open chss Pa- %ricia Edamatsau took first .place and excellen in col, ored ehalk work. Cmi Sumerl`i,n won second phce in ceramics of the crafts dJviion. From Betz FAe.mer,y school Marianne Johnson was rated outanding in ater- col,or. Winners in j u, ni" graphics were Vrgima At- wood, first place and excel- lent; Mary Boots, second pbace and excellent; rtd Caroline Camp, excellent. ail Buffer, who received the scholastic ar award at Se,ttle, won honorable men- on at the Na, tionl Schohsic Art AwarI show in New York. Mrs. R. L. Hanrahan is the art instructor. SHOWER HONORS SHERRY FIFIELD Miss Sherry Eifietd, bride: elect of Jerry Breeden, was lormred with a bridal slower April 30 at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Fergusn. Hos[esses were Mrs. Fergu- son, Mrs. argaret IXare, Mrs. Oheryl Key, Mm. Del Fros- t,l and Mrs. Becky Woxl. Among the 57 guests pres- ent were Mrs. H. W. Fif ied, the brideelect's mother, Mrs. Ve#n, Breeden, mother af the groom-to-be, ,and her daught - ers, Miss Karen and Miss Wen- dy Breeder], :of Spokane; and Mrs. Breeden',s sister, Mrs. Bill Lotze of Colvfle. &ames furnished the enter- .tairtmertt and reeshm,e,ns were SelWed. The wedding w be hem Au,gust 2 in the CentZl Bap- tist .church ,at West 19 Shan- non in Spokane. Faculty Wive.s Plan Function The laculty Wives of EWSC will entertain the Dames club a!t he annual sprirg party; May 14. Mrs. Beat Covah will demorsta, ae cake decora- ring for the gatherirg. Con- mittee cbarmert are . Rich- ,ard Miller, general c'harman; Mrs. Al Ogden, i'nvtatias; Mrs. Lovell Pamore, .h'ospit1- ity; Mrs. W,i ,lli,m Dvummortd, name tags, and Mrs. Merrtt Johnson, publicity. The party wi, il be ,held at 8 p. m. in the Bali Lun.ge of the W. W. Isle Union. Chairman Named Dr. Richard C. Langton,. su- printenden of Cheney selmol, s, ,has been elected chair- nan of DelCa 'Psi chaper of Phi Delta Kappa, education hormrary, for %he coming year. He succeeds Dr, Wiliiam Drummond. PEO MEETING HELD The regular lunvhoon meet- ing of P. E. O. was held Wed- nesd,ay at the home of Mrs. William DrumnmrM. Mrs. Rkh- ard Roos was assistan,t hgscess. Mrs. Raymond Whitfield gave the program on "People and Places," based on teir past years' over seas trip. SHOW TIME NEAR--In rehearsal for the Eastern Washington State College presentation of the Rodgers and Hammerstein Broadway hit musical, "The Flower Drum Song," are Trudy Thompson, Spokane, left, as Helen Caho, and Pamela Munsen, Billings, Mont., as Linda Low. First two performances of the musical will be Tuesday and Wednesday evening in Showal)er Auditorium at EWSC. Mrs. Davis Honored On 90th Birthday A host o friends gathered April 27 to celebrate the 90th birthday of Mrs. Edith ])avis at the home of her dmighev, Mrs. L. E. Zimmerman. The friertds brought a birChd'ay cake and other Crea and slowered Mrs. Davis with gifts, fowers nd cards to nake her 9Oth birda7 armi- versary ,a memorable day. The presence of a grznd- datghter, Miss Judy Davis, of Sea*fie, who has been a h)use guest of ehe Zimmernns the past two weeks, was m added pleasure for Mrs. Davis. LODGE N EWS Past matrors e[ lastern Star held a dinner mee'ng Monday in the Masoc Tem- ple, with 5'0 present. The May Dmy theme was used in favors arid decorations and to com p i- merit the orthy re;ilion, M s. Iarold :Penlell, who was the i honored guest. Serv}ng on the kostqsqommitee for be ,d-,; net were Mrs. Mio Bal, Mrs. Omer Pence, Mrs. Ted Free-: man, Mrs. Ed arner, M2s. Cly4e Stewart, Mrs. E. A. Mel- viBe, Mrs. Charles SMt, Mrs. C J. Oooil and Miss Chradotte Lang. Marl'ha chapter OES wi meet Mond.ay. CLUB NEWS The Sursle sewing club held a afternoon dessert par- ty Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Mard Hate. The 12 present came from Spokane, Davenport and Chen:er. The Lakeview sewin, g club will hold 'a noon potluck lunch- eon party at the home o,f Mrs. Gkadys Aldrich at Lalma#ter Wednesday. Members from Chen, ey and vicinity will at- tund. Job's Daughters w,ila meet Tueschy in the Masonic Tem- ple for yearly reports mad p[ans for isall'ation May 31. Queen Sue Ham will preside ,and queen elect tuth Bell will give a resume of ,her phns. &rartd bethel sessins will be held in Seafie June 13-15. Cakes by Order NEWS BRIEFS Nellie Hart of lichn,d was a recent guest of P(liee Chief James Craword. Whi,e here she met several other Ceney people. She rurned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H, arr spert the weekend in Bridge. port as: .guests of their datgh- ter, Mrs. William Fisher. The men went *o Salmon Lake near he Canadian border to fish. Mi.'ss Elsa Wessmer of Bellevue visited the M. R. Sla- ves from Thm'sday uaxil Sun- day. She is Mrs. Slovens' sis- ter. Mr. ,and .Mrs. Dormtd Scheel- er of Lind were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Frost and John. Tuesday vis- i Vom were R. S. Frost and Miss Doris Frost of SpoLane and Fancis Hubner o,f Los Angel- es. Mr. and Mrs. George Enos ,and Mrs. J. V. Pearson of Spo- kane were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Sl'avens Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Slovens two sons were guests of the Saverts and Miss Ella Weissm`i{ler Sunday. hey also visited the P. A. Bfleshachs. Mrs. K. W. Larison return- ed on Monday fam LOormar, whore she had visited With her daughter, Mrs. Olir*oa Stoek- }ey, over the weekend. BIRTHDAYS SHOWERS WEDDINGS ANNIVERSARIES MOTH ER'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 Mayllthru May Cheney Clean-up ANY JOB IS EASIER PROPER EQUIPMENT. GET Tru Temper Ga RAKES from 2.89 up HOES from 3.20 up Shovels from 4.69 up Lawn Edgers 3.99 Bamboo Rakes from 1.29 up Spading Forks from 4.69 up Ladies' Floral Shovel Scott's Turf But 5000 sq. ft. USE OUR Holmes H Make it. a h Check list for Mother's Da HAl R DRYER Perfumes and colo Dusting powders J ewe l ry Hand lotions Vases and planters Cosmetic bags for Shoe tote bags Stationery All this and more at 410 1st St. BE5-6348 W. H. 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