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Page 4 CHENEY FREE PRESS Thurs., May 18, 1972 i- ' Women's Page | I .BF Mrs. A. B. Cutting The buffet dinner party sponsored by Job's Daughters Saturday in the City Hall was attended by 65 members of Masonic lodge, Martha chapter OES and Job's Daughters. Distinguished guests included grand officer of OES, matron of Martha chapter, worshipfull master of the Masons and honored queen and past queens of Jobies. The occasion was to honor the three masonic groups and get acquainted. In charge of the dinner was the guardian, Janet Slosh and Mr. Sloan; associate guardian, Harold Hartley and Mrs. Hartley, and the guardian council. Following the dinner a program was presented by the Youngtimers. The colors of Job's of purple and white and spring flowers were table decorations. The Marantha Singers of Spokane, who were scheduled to perform at the Cheney Seventh- day Adventist Church tonight, have postponed their per- formance to another date. That date will be announced later this summer. Miss Linda Sooy will be in- stalled as the honored queen of Bethel 17 of Job's Daughters, in open ceremonies Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Cheney Masonic Temple. She is the daughter of Mrs. Swegle, conducted a brief business meeting for the election of officers. They are Mrs. Jane Morgan, president; Mrs. Bait, treasurer; and Mrs. Loyd VandeBerg, vice president-sec.. The next meeting will follow the summer recess. Plans were made for selection and choice of hostesses and a meeting day made. The regular meeting of the American Association of University women was held Saturday at the officers club house on the campus of Fort Mrs. Winfield Hubbard left on Friday by plane for Taxeda Island north of Vancouver B. C. to be with her daughter Mary and family who announced the birth of a baby girl on Thursday. The baby joins a two-year-old brother at the home. Grandmother Hubbard is in charge of the DAIRY FEDERATION--Inland Empire Princess tile Gail Martin family, the south Inland Empire Janet Camp of Cheney awards a winning plaque to l)airy Family for 1972. household. Mrs. Ray (Nita)Conley is Doiry Federotion Honors spending a mother in Minnesota as a guest of her 88-year-old aunt and visiting ther relatives fr O I tours and reunions, tto Weitensteiner Fam i y Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt IVl iss Sa m p le M arriesl Timothy Albert Gerl Rebecca Susan Sample of Espanola became the bride of Timothy Albert Gerl of Spokane April 15 at Park Heights Baptist church in Spokane. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Sample of Espanola. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gerl of Spokane. The Rev. Jerald H. Traeger officiated at the formal wedding, with white dinner jackets and long gowns worn by mothers and sisters of the bride and groom. A single candelabra with candies mingled among flowers decorated the altar. The flowers were yellow roses, gladioli, yellow stephanotis, white poompom chrysanthemums and baby's breath. The bride wore a princess style gown of antiqued satin with appliqued lace enhanced with 'seed pearls and a chapel train. Her mother had worn it at her wedding in 1950. A lace veil fell floral dresses over orang  maid of honor carried azi gladioli bouquet and wore of . gloves and accessories, ar bridesmaids wore yellow and accessories and carl yellow gladioli bouquets. .. Thomas Mattern was I man. John Harrison usher, as were two brotl the bride, Timothy Espanola and Lawrence 1 of Miramar i Navy  California. Mrs. Karen Leffler soloist and Mrs. John A the organist. A reception was held iD I rooms at the church..A 1 tiered cake was decoratl yellow and orange ros,J[l y,e!!or and orange c,."  f/lot Lla bases enhancing lb S wedding table.  era Mrs. Grady Dills, 1'$ Pr] Audett, Mrs. Myrna Ne a' and Mrs. James Wilbur  ow, ) an Wright community college. A panel of representatives from nearby colleges--EWSC, Whitworth and Spokane Com- munity college--discmsed the problems in the schools and students and modern systems. Members going from Cheney were Mrs. abed Williamson and Mrs. Elmer C. Anderson. Mrs. Blanche Eustis from California spent the weekend in Cheney enroute to her summer home on Curlew Lake near Republic. She was a house guest of Mrs. D. G. Jerue while here. Mr. and Mrs. George Heath were Sunday dinner guests of their sn and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Heath Jr. of Spokane. This was in celebration of Mothers Day. Tours of the Spokane parks were enjoyed afterwards. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tiedt were guests of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tiedt, in Spokane. This was a Mother's Day celebration dinner party. It was attended by Mrs. Tiedt's sister, Mrs. Helen Miles, who had ,. recently returned from a vacation spent in Hawaii. The, Public.: card party in the Legion hall last Saturday was sponsored by the Relief Corps of GAR and had six tables of pinochle in play. Score prizes and draw prizes were awarded and dessert lunch served. The last card party of the season will be on June 10. Proceeds have been used for high school scholarships to be awarded the first part of June. Chapter A.J., P.E.O. met May 3 at the home of Mrs. W. Edward Betz with Mrs. W. L. Wilkerson assisting and serving a luncheon. The regular business meeting followed. The WSCS women of the United Methodist church held its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Francis Kuehl Wednesday May Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sooy of Amber and a senior at Cheney high school. Others to be in- stalled are Gail Hartley, senior princess; Susan Sloan, junior princess; Sharon Goodwin, guide, and Desiree Barner, marshal. Appointive officers are Janie VandeBerg, Kathy An- derson, Janet Mitchell, Donna Wiederspan, Debbie Barner, Peyton Bell, Sherry Atkinson, Margie Sloan and Cindy Good- win. The retiring queen will be the installing officer. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bergloff and daughter Trine from Seattle and, Bothell spent Mother's Day in Cheney with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bergloff. Mr. and Mrs. Milo E. Ball celebrated Mother's Day with a family dinner served by their son and daughter and families at the home in Cheney. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harry King (Alice) of Spokane Valley and Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ball Jr. and three sons from Spokane. Prior to the dinner, the junior Bali's had toured the open house exercises at Fairchild AFB. Mrs. G. L. Nickles is en- tertaining as her house guest a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Gladys White, from Portland. The OES Past matron's club held a dinner meeting Monday in the Masonic dining room, using the May basket theme in decorations and program. Mrs. Sibyl Hatch, ' worthy matron of Martha chapter, was an honored guest and presented a gift. Hostesses were Mrs. D.G. Jerue, Mrs. Dick Roos, Harold Pendell, Mrs. Clyde Stewart, Mrs. R. T. were Sunday afternoon guests of George LeValley and wife from Bovil, Idaho, who with his mother, Mrs. M. LeValley, were honored at a Mother's Day dinner party. Mrs. A. B. Cutting was given a Mother's Day luncheon party on Sunday at Ramada Inn as guest of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sexton and Debbie. Afterwards a tour of the proposed Expo 74 sight in Spokane was enjoyed. Mrs. Harry Q. Holmes, a resident of Cheney area for many years, sold her residence in Cheney some months ago and has a mobile home in Creston. She is near her eldest son, Millard Holmes and family, there. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Martin entertained with a dinner party for 35 guests Saturday night at their home here. The guests were the 1970-71 matrons and patrons of Eastern Star who had all served in the Inland Empire chapters during those years. The Job's. Daughters Grand guardian, Mrs. Hazel Gray, was honored with a grand reception in Seattle .recently. Going from here weroMt, :and Mrs. Lloyd Martin. He is the vice grand associate guardian of Washington State. The Senior Citizens center of Cheney will hold its monthly potluck luncheon June 5 in the Legion hall. All members and guests are invited. Sam Hatch, president, and the members express thanks to Cheney high school for the complimentary tickets to the senior play, "Hello Dolly," on Friday and the bus transportation for 25. The Mother's Day luncheon honoring past Oracles of the Royal Neighbor lodge was held at University City Friday with Appleblossom camp hostesses to 60 guests. Mrs. Emma Jacklyn and Mrs. Naomi Dietz were chairmen. Lew The Inland Empire Dairy Federation awarded plaques to two Dairy Families of the Year at the luncheon at North's Chuck Wagon April 26. Receiving the award for north Inland Empire Dairy Family for 1972 was the Otto Weitensteiner family of Valley. The Gall Martin family of Elk was awarded the Last column was for the women who keep forgetting to take meat from the freezer to thaw and this one is for the gel who not only remembers, but manages to stay home long enough to cook it. Each of these require simple, basic meats but oh, do they get dressed up. BEEF STROGANOFF 3 Tbsp. butter /z pound fresh or canned mushrooms (about 8 oz. canned) 1 Large onion cut into  inch slices l J,,e to 2 ibs. flank steak or round steak 1 Tbsp. bottled horseradish V2 cup water 1 tsp. thick condiment sauce 1,4 tsp. salt % tsp. pepper 1 cup sour cream Melt butter in fry pan, saute mushrooms, onions 5 minutes or until limp, remove from pan. Trim fat from meat. Remove any tough fibrous skin from steak. Slice meat across grain into 1" strips; roll in flour, brown on all sides in butter. (maybe necessary to add a little oil for this procedure). Place onions and mushrooms on top of meat; Add horseradish, water, con- diment sauce, salt and pepper. Cook covered, over low heat 2 hours or until meat is tender. south Inland plaque. "Both families have small but highly efficient dairy operations and have been active in civic and dairymen's affairs," said James Cummins, president of the Inland Empire unit of the Washington State Dairymen's Federation. Weitensteiners milk 40 Holsteins and Jerseys and have DELICIOUS ROAST CHUCK 3 lb. boneless chuck. Cover with A-1 sauce. Sprinkle with pkg. of dry onion soup. Add one can undiluted cream of mushroom soup. Wrap in tin foil. Bake 3 hours at 350 degrees. A friend of mine often takes ground beef, seasons it to taste, shapes into patties, browns it and then adds a can of mushroom soup. She slowly cooks it in the oven, covered until meat is thoroughly cooked. Simple and very tasty. NOTE: There are substitutes for sour cream on the market if you are watching your budget. Some are artificial and contain no milk products at all. The other is called "sour half and half" and is definitely a dairy product. Both have the same flavor of sour Cream, but half the cost. Erickson Have New Son, Marc Mr. and Mrs. David Erickson are the proud parents of a son, Marc Patrick, born Friday, May 5. Mrs. Esther Stelger of Cheney is a grandparent. Great- grandparents are Mrs. Helga Erickson of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. 10 with 16 pre sent. Annabelle Hendricks, a wHitihde3okermegntTanteM6evot Ha,PeMgarneglMerSanMalrn bitdarmanUSCioanns:st3rtaeeindhWic JrU3tamle:ftlr3k::r;:;vgi?dddes;;:d r. Slv2. FM:StyfSi::;:3S'wDar(:: Hatch, president, presided for Peggy Dokken. The premdent, he had composed. I ............................ the business meeting. The | i i  society voted to send $10 to the | ' | i pylg ! church women at Wallace, Idaho, [  iil ill II I    I for assistance in services in the |  me  l / n IK l/ l K | I 0 $ 0 S:::vhi:&?:n::rrSStf;es:nedn: I  L L I / rl  I / I  . I after the morning worship hour | Sunday honoring the Con- | [ firmation class which join the I zzLzPn Tur INIIB I ILIT ] ', Tit i . ,4 , church on that date. Theannual [ UIr,, /fir.. gRugr.ll[ Llllll [ graduating breakfast to honor l ii  .  I high school and EWSC members | .... I who are graduating will be I |/l ttt' !l  I Itl servedJune4from8tol0a.m, in | VVll-II Villi lilly the church dining rnom. The l v jv   , j Women's society will be | It' I * - -- I / | hostesses. The next meeting willof |l Tl n rl " c -- IV0 U w a ,n, ,I be on Wednesday at the home /q.l /I  ]I  I . . . and a lot of other things too. ! Mr. and Mrs. Pete He|decker for I I I I fun and picnic lunchcon, iI see m.elr !rue color I ! Now that Spring has arrived, a lotof , ! | those pesky insects start causing an j Ihi, WeW, II-spec00al light c0sts undue amount of misery anddiscomfort. " t r--+++'--n . II money -but we I "Yuarecnfrntedwiththisp roblem, I make tracks straight to the Owl Phar- ! i J ONION ill did it S0 that you carl! macy and purchase a remedy" We carry i I F R E N C H I . , I many good brands such as: Off, Cutter, ] I, , I! see these beautiful i* '"'"""""' ; I I , BREAD, I ALSO * _ luxurious fabrics I, for those hot days spent in the sun, : L 3 for $1.00 1 [ .......... .11 looking as natural I*i why not try one of our manYTanya,brandScop_Of Suntan lotions: Sea & Ski, ! | Thin Saturday It as day _ I I pertone, QT, Swedish Tanning Secret. ! [ ,++as !1_ ... ' ....... Ii I1 Owl Pharmacy I 25 young stock. Their farm, called "Hidden Meadows," is located 40 miles northwest of Spokane in Stevens County near Jump Off Joe Lake. The Martin family milks 27 cows and has 16 young stock. They own 80 acres and lease 320. Everett Johnson, who started the awards program back in 1960, named the dairy families chosen through the years, and several were present. Two had become Washington State Family of the Year. The Bill Myers family of Espanola had been the first winner in 1960; Alvin Dow of Route 1, Cheney, had won in 1961; the Bob Reitmeier family of Medical Lake had won in 1963, and the Tom Labish dairy family of Route 1, Cheney, were winners in 1965. Each family w continue to represent his area until the Washington State Dairy Family of the Year is announced at the Washington State Dairymen's Federation convention Nov. 14 and 15 at the Ridpath Hotel in Spokane. A bevy of beautiful girls, the dairy princesses, sat at a front table. They opened the ceremonies and awarded the plaques. Inland Empire princess Janet Camp from Cheney was present with her two alternates, Cindy Mattausch from Deer Park and Beverly Ottoson from Colbert. The Stevens County dairy princess, Sue Lane, was also present with her alternate, Debbie Brashler. from a crown of satin and seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses, white pompom chrysanthemums and lilies of the valley. Miss Mary Jane Dills, maid of honor, and Miss Kay Ham and Miss Donna Jarvis, bridesmaids, wore sheer yellow and orange PAUL Flutist in serving the 175 guests. The new Mrs. Gerl wore   blue knit suit with yello pink embroidered tri yellow accessories and a rosebud corsage for their' ding trip to Vancouver Victoria, B.C. and Seattle., The couple are now at e E 55 Fairview t. in  t HORNt00or +00Iich2'can:3 nt' and EWSC Jazz- Rock Ensemble PUB 8:15 p.m. May 22--Monduy Adults $1.50 Students $1.00 with ID Cantt Sponsored by MENC Student Chapter Proceeds--Dennis Reynolds Scholarship Fund Free Woodwind Clinic: Music Building, 2 pm-May 22 AT YOUR SERVICE EVERY DAY o, ' W/iere the), make the elecmaty that makes things nicer for everybody ;. 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