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Page 4 Oheney Free Press Friday, May 14, 1965 Do You Remember when? May 11, 1945 Dr. Ralph E. Tieje, president of Eastern Washing*on College of Education tendered his res- ignation to tlie eolilege board of tutees this week. Resigimtion is to become effective Septem- ber 1. lecent wod forn Lisle Iwe, who &apos;hs been serving with he f, amed 69th Inantry Division in Germany, is that he is out of the ,lospil, where he had been receiviag treat- meat @or a frozen foot. It was his umt float overcame the h.st resistance rouml Leipzig. A pcture of April in Cheney as a cool, wet month that saw gadtally risi,ng tempelatures toward the erd of [he period, is ,ged from the weather re- p'ts .of Dr. Gaham Dressler, coo>erative observer. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ratcliffe entertained at dinner Friday for Mr. ,arid Mrs. Milhrd Hale, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. M*aloe, Mr and Mrs Wiam Pond and Ms Riclmvd Ash. The Fine Arts departmeat af the Tilicum Club met with Mrs. Guyel Frozt Men,day night, wi'th 18 ,members and two vis- itors present. Mrs. Dung of kane brought a }arge dis- py of ,hat Indian articles. VAN CAMP GRADED TUNA 6 ........ 1.00 3 Ibs. Crisco Shortening 74 PUREX BLEACH Sqts. ..... 51cl ARDEN DELICIA Ice Cream 59c WATERMELLONS 99c RADISHES AND GREEN ONIONS bunch 5c Tomatoes lb.._. 39c Featuring This Week JR. LIVESTOCK SHOW LAMB CHUCK STEAKS lb. ..... ... 43c CHUNK BALOGNA lb.......: 39c ' ARMOUR S Slab Bacon 'b" WiN49C Live Mustang or $100 Cash For 7 Weeks or 1965 Ford Mustang the eighth week given away FREE by Thrift Stores in the area. PLENTY OF PARKING OPEN 9 TO 9 Ritual Of Jewels Degree Is Given By Gamma Theta Gamma Theta e,hpter of Beta Sigma Phi met AIril 20 at the lome of Mrs. A1 Ogden. Assistirg ,hostesses were Mrs lerm Kclm,er and Mrs. Ran Jhson. Mrs. Richard Miller Irese,n- ed a program on "Italy." The Ritual of Jewels degree was given to Mrs. Wi]ah'ed GamorL Mrs. loy Miller, Mrs. Maylmrd Nelson, Mrs. Robert Pugmire, arid Mrs. Thorne Tib- bitts by Mrs. Ray Krebsbach, president. .Members met at the lmme of Mrs. Richard Hageln f,m- the April 24 ceremony and then joined the Spokane clmptevs fiat the anmal Founder's Day banquet ..at the Ridpath H'ote]. The a,nntal Sprirg Formal followed the banquet with many chapter member's aus- bands joining them for the dance. A rguiaz'ly scheduled meet- ing was held May 4 at the home of Mrs. Roger Harde. Assisting hostesses wore Mrs. Ray Krebs,bach and Mrs. Lar- ry Oeser. "Red China" ws the p,rv- gram topic and was presented by Mrs. Jim Wils and Mrs. Ray Giles. Several members 'and their guests attended the annual Mother's Day event in Sloka.ne May 6. A fashion show and entertiament were provided by several Spokane chapters. Potluck Dinner Held Sunday At John Bauer Ranch A .pofl, u,ck dinner party was hem at the Sahn Bauer ranch on Mother's Day. Guests were Yws. Bauer's mother, Ms. Mary As'hvovth, and three sisters, Mrs. Aama imere of SpMeane, Mrs. Mar- tha Davis of Cheney ad Mrs. ohn Camp (Haze'l) of Spr'mg- dale. , Other guests were Mr. Camp, Albert Stone of Chaney, Mr..arid Mrs. Imoyne Darson arid Barbara arid SLoven, and Mr. ,an, d Mrs. ahlon Har- greaves rd April and Brenda, al of Spokane. Ann Fletcher Will Present Students Arm Fletcher will resent her students in her two orig- iTm'l b 'ale.ts "A Royal Oourt Secede,"  "Colors," next Surcta7 at 3 p. m. in the audi- torium ,of the Science Bu,ilding at EWSC. ,Participating in he ballet .recital are Meg Maim, an, Shan- nlon McMams, Margaret Dein- irger, Jeanette Wilaou, Kathy Anderson, Gahy Roe Matson, Derma Pierce, Susan Scott, Sam McKeelmn, Mary Mosman, Daurie Nicol, Becky Theissea, Patty Hagen and Key Me- Marius. An, a spkomare at Cheney Hi ShoM, s the dauhtex of Dr. arid Mrs. Eugene Fleher. She bs taken b@let instruc- tion from the Cormsh SChoal MORROCAN VISIT IS DESCRIBED in Morocco were given by Mrs. Binna Dummeier .at PEa lun- cheon meeting 1,ast week. Mrs. Dummeier wa,s dressed in a brown M,o,roccn cstume with hood .d face veil and wore Moroccan leaher san- dis. She reported the costume to be comfortable and it gives orotection from the sun, wind. and severe dust storms. The trip to Morocco was made en a recent tour of Europe in a retired te,a,chers group. Travel throu/h Moroc- co was made by bus. Same of the cities visited were Casa- btarma, Meknes, Marrakech and Taagier. An unexpected meet- ing with Kirg Hussan II and his escorts occured while on a guided tour of the lo.,al Gardens. He is said to be eager to make his country, democrat- ic, and to establish better schools. The meetin,g was held a the home of Mrs. F. N. Danliels. Mrs. William Wilkerson was assisting luncheon hostess. Achievement Day Observed By County Homemakers One hundred sixty-five home- makers, represe,nting 27 cubs attended the Sgokane County C o u nlcil of Homenakers a,chievemen day at the Cheney City hall 1.ast Thursday. Special recognion was giv- en to 25-year members by Mrs. Bruce 0liver. Eleven of the 16 members listed were able to attend. SeverM of these ladies have worked with the county extension program much long- er; two of them have been members 43 yeas. Miss Helem Stensgaad pre- sented achev.ent awards to 19 clubs tlat fnlfiiled county requirememts, '2 ,of Which also earned the State award. Eit'ertain,ment was furnished by Miss Sylvia Oco, a student I at EWSC majorin,g in music l and le'paring herself to in- struct tea.chers how to teach musicS,, in .lmx native country, the Phippine Ishnds. She in- ited the club members to her .recital Tuesday, May 18, at 8:15 in ShowaRer hall. At he cl, ose of the rogmm the radios met n he Bali Lounge of the Student Umn building for a guided tour of the catlege. Chermy business houses do- n:ain, g .avors were Iolmes Hardware, Smith Jewelers, Ed- eets, Cheney Depot.tone,It Store, Chet's Fowe,rs, Rateliffe Ford and Owl Pharmacy. LYMAN JOHNSONS HAVE GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Patti Warren of Tovrence, Calif. ,arrived Sun- day to spend this week with Mrs. W, arren's brother and wife, Mr. arid Mrs. Lyman Jlm- son Sr. at Wiams Lake. They will ,also visit another brother, Orvte Johnson, in Spokane. Other guests of the Lyman olmsors Sunday were two sons, Lyma,n Jr., nd MeTitt Johnson ,and family. The Mer- ritt $oLm.ons made the ta'ip to WiJiiams Lake in an old sehoo,1 bus vhich flm equo<l a ACHIEVEMENT DAY COMMITTEEMrs. Don Bowers, Mrs. J. H. Spuler, Mrs. Herman Willms and Mrs. Loren Kjeldgaard had charge of the Spokane County Council of Homemaker's clubs achievement day May 6 in the Cheney City Hall. PIANO RECITAL I THIS EVENING [ Mrs. C. W. Alexander will / presen her pupils i:n a pianol recital this evening at 8 at the city hall auditorium. Students :re Deloris Stelzer, Gary Lisenbee, Don.na Kno- shaug, Margo Lisenbee, Jan- ice Earl, Gene Haskins, Myrna Jo Ioss, Jane Camp, Donald Ross, Gheryl Ross, Rebecca Theissen, Sherry. Cox, Claudi,a Iaskins and Clifford Teidt. Punch and wafers will be :served and friends a,n:d rel- fives .are invited. Mothers will be hostesses. CHURCH NEWS METHODIST May Fellowship Day slon- saved by the Uhited Church women of the Oh.hey area was held Friday in the Methodist Church youth center. A no-host luncheon was served by the four ,participatin,g churches, with 45 present ,Mrs. Donald Ross, Chairman, pros,need Miss lfiM.red French. a state officer, and Mrs. WiRiam Daunt Jr., guest speaker. A brief scrip- ture service was in vharge of Mrs. Earle K. Stewa.rt. The Immirmtrg committee ,as an- noun,ced by Mrs. Ross. "Children are God's, leat to us to train to live for Him eter- nity," ELder Willia E. CLem- ents lst Saturday told Sev- enth.day AdvemtiSt parents' at a spevial dedivatory ,service and Moher's Day ermon. Parents presenting their children to the Lord i dedica-i tin included Dr. and Mrs. El-l wyn I-Isse d Mr. ad Mrs. ] Merrill Brown. Clements, a representative ef the Upper Colmbia Con- fere,ce ,of the church, decaied the absence f love and under. standing in the average ,home nd pleaded with arents, teachers ad ministers to ser_se the importarme ,of a CMM, his early training and character development. The basic ove of Godly parents is necessary to a youngster in understand- in!g the love of od, the minis- ter pointed out. Frank Johnsons' To Be Honored On 601h Anniversary An open house will be held at Four Lakes Community Church, Sunday, May 16, 'hon- I,ring the 60h wedding an,ni- I versary of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wrank) Jhnsan. Hours are from 2:00 to 4:00. The couple lived near Four Lakes for many years a,nd last fall moved to Kennewick. Anniversary Noted Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Merri- man celebrated their 50th wed- d,irg ,a,nniversary A]aril 29 wih a amily din,e,r at the Red Darn Cafe. Present were flair san ,and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bayamd Merriman; grandson, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mevriman and son TesTy, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A:lflf and Mr. ad Mrs. Wil'tiam Carl of Medi- cal Lake. CLUB NEWS LEGION AUXILIARY The Amebean Legion aux- iliary entertailmd Girs' StaCve representatives .a a tea Sat- re'day afternoon  the Legtma hal, of Post 9, Spokane. Girls o the In}and Empe district were presen, t. GoLag from C'ne- ney were Jennifer Jordan and ,her mother, Mrs. Dick Jovd, a,n. Mrs. Fred Heiydt, president- elect of Cbeney Post, accom- panied them. Reports were giv- en by girls wlm attended the znn, tal meeting in EHesburg l'avt year. Cheney American Legion Post No. 7 met Mou.y for a pan.cake feed. District Gom- mender Glen Lee, Splme, was preset. At a meeting wch followed, menbers de- cided to re lir the buiMing this summer, which wll in- c,lde fixing the roof and menflirg the back door. TILICUM NEWS This week 20 club me,mber : took part in the state conven- ti, on .of Federated Womens Clubs :at the RidIath in Spa- LODGE NEWS kane. [ NEWS BRIEFS Mr. ,and Mrs. Jack Banks' of Seattle spt the weekend lere wth .his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Banks. On Mother's Day they were joined by My. and Mrs. Lloyd Banks and Mr. aad Mrs. E. L. Bartlett .and family for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McBride and three e,lfitdren of Ros:alia spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dare. For the dinner in Spo- kane they were joined by Lle his parents, Mr. Fossum, for Mrs. Peggy Mother's Day with family, Mr. and Mr kent, at Mica. Mrs. James ed home Friday three weeks with Jack Deigand and attle. The brought Mrs. spent the weekend and with the W. E. at Williams hke. Mrs. Graver Dare for Mother's Day. a gues ,of her son Mrs. Ed Garner of Olympia M,r. and Mrs. and her brother-in-l,aw and ss- bets, in Spokane ter, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moore, Day. spent the we,ekeafl here ,at the Mrs. G. T. Frost Garlmr home. On Sundlay they d,ay with her visited Mr. and Mrs. Ted Free Scheel,er Sr. at man. Stefanie Mrs. W. J. Carr spent Math- German at er's Day as a guest of her Scho,l, will datglter, Mrs. Barl Petesma, eight-week summer who came home with 'he for institute ,at the ,the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kueh,l spent the weekend at their cot- tage on Priest Lake. Bob Hair, Seattle, spen the weekend here wi*h his percents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hair, and sister Patricia. Mrs. V. M. Hughes se.nt a few days last weekend at Priest Lake Mrs. Lloyd Holaday enter- tained with a luncheon and bridge Wednesday for mem- bers of .her duplicate cub. Mr. ,and Mrs. George Fossum spent Sunday in Spokane with OPEN HOUSE Open he.use will be held Sunday, May 16, from 2 to 4 at the Four Lakes Commun- ity Church in honor of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. (Frank) John- son, who are celebrating their 60th wedding annive- sary. Cards . . . but no gifts. m14p Washingto,n in For Bu' Sellin And Appra CO! John C SH West 506 S s John J. RI 7-4490 FA 8-4740 Me, ANA-26498 PNI This Graduation give him the newest timepiece ACOUTRON Smart styling In filled case. Raised ers, luminous haoC proof*, strap, of AiBed Axis in Seattle, Bal - et Arts Center in Denver and a present is a student of ane Larkin, Slolane. Surchy dimmer guests of Mrs. A. B. Outting were ler daugh- ter an,d fimnily an'd ganlehil- alton, Mr. and Mrs. Wiam Sexton ad Debbie ,and Mr. and year are. On the bls  a barmer .saying "I-hppy Mo0h- ev's Day Mamma." Mrs. Dorothy Reed enter- ained with a dhner and bi6ge at ler ;lmme Priday eve- ,mg. Two .tables were in hy, Mr. ad Mrs. Ehnex Luiten were Surday dinner guests of PAST OES MATRONS . Irs. Stanley Pierce and Mrs. Past lVlatrons off Eastern Star WmTen Western-m, delegates, ! wiU .hold tlmir May meeting, [ served as timers Tuesday nmrn- Monctay evenirg, May 17, in I eng. Greeters and.mtt..omat.lon i the lasonic Temple for a 6:30[ aesk was under me aretmnl d,inner The worth matan of Mrs. A. B. Cutting. The Wed- ] Y ' 19 " " Mzs. Mildred Van Brtm,will" l esday, evemng. Fine Arts te- l be the behoved guest Ohnir- ception, ,the firmie of the con- men of the *hostecomee ventiou, '.had Mrs. F. L. Rat-[ wiIl be Mrs H.arrv Ha'mtn eliffe Jr. aml ;her committee as t hostess group and serving re- The most since 1664 "'"' you see the Waterproof*, Yellow case top, back, adjustable That was the year they put the balance into the watch and started watches ticking. the tick tock is obsolete. After 300 Mrs. ln Sex*ar of Spokane her Sister, Mrs. Arc,hie Baird, and lVirs. Richard ,tk>os. been replaced by the tiny Accut V;aly. in Spangle. frehments, which keeps time through vibrations. The ROYAL NEIGHBORS a very faint hum and the most precise wris CONTINUOUS DEMONSTRATION """^" "=" Ro?al Neighbor lodge will ......... =.'. . piece ever.Accutron guaranteestaverage n meet Molday, May l7, in the in Canra. lnabirsPneme" accuracy within 60 seconds. We'd say thi ''- Legion Halo 'at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. -_ -.. Shows How To Betty Hale, oracle, will preside fi'er will ,be ield Tuesday at perfect gift of time. .... "" Fix Cracks will ,be made on, 1 t !jl00J00il P, rma,,,t,00 ,te ,l'ome of Mrs. Earl Moes. the Mothers May Mnl-on, i Hostesses ae Evemng hitemry TAKE NINE MONTHS TO PAY Spokane ay 6, at which six ,ad Haldicraft deaments. ,. members attended. Reports wl be made on the ,..*a.L I1--. _11.._. state convention and stmldig ,,amI[ll .a00wCB00r00 MARTHA 0---- committees. Mrs. Stanley ) Ill , ' WITH - a Ohapt OES met Pierce, retiring president, will 408 FIRST STREET, CHENEY, WASI / /, /tl tJ ffll m M,rckay eve.rl in ,he Masonic oreside. Temple with Mrs. MiMred Van International Education will __ . '. __J^. . :... "ar.. t xr |We w11! odluat to thlt tolerance, If necessary. Guerantee is for one ful 1 II1L-'L LIIULUi.y W'J, bIl LLL d . $ Brtmt, '.matron presiing. ot- 2f ' . ..... w,. =o,. ,,,o, 0. ,,o,, 0,,,,,0=.  j ors were vorored and a mere- wossaman.  ---- service lId for dead-ted ' " ..... members. Mrs. Binaa Dm- --'-'----'"-- ----'--" " emier was the guest speaker on YOU NOW HAVE UNTI: her travels ,and #ay in iozc- co, while malting, a world tour. NEWSOMSINA MAY 30, 1! Dr. and Mrs. Wilam New- sorn. vlm ached Plmenx, . May 5, wre luncheon solve 102 home maintenance ,guests of Mr. and Mm. M. R. problems. See how to: Saves Time l Saves Money I Clean and Easy To Use! COME Cure crachs permanently Repair rotted windowsills aS low cost Fix leahinggutters Seal flashings, etc., etc. IN THIS WEEK! TRUSTWORTHY Edgett Bros. Ma rshall-Wells Sto re I II I Shvens ay 7. In a e*ter, Mrs. Slovens said hey were to be guests of their ,daughter's am- it/, the Claude Murrays, on Moher's Day. CH ET'S F The MAPLELEAF isn't just an 8 unit motel ... It's ,A Beauty Shop It's A Grocery Store And A Barber Shop ACROSS FROM FIELD ON H TE 8-1223 GEl []