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Page 4 Chancy Free Press Friday,__May 21,__1965 MRS. WARREN WESTERMAN INSTALLED AS CHENEY TILICUM CLUB PRESIDENT Mrs. Warren Westevman was1 Mrs. latlph Stevens, recording installed new pesident of Til- secretary; Mrs. F. J. Srhade,gg, honey Sophomore V4ill Give Recital Kendall Andre, Eastern Eastern Washington State Cal- le,ge music student, will pre- sent her sophomore piano re- CHURCH NEWS UNITED On Sunday, May 23, at the 11 o&apos;clock service the United Church of Christ will have the co!nsecration and in,sta41atio'n ef its afficers and all members icum club on Tuesday eve*nng at general me,mbership meet- ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mops. Evenng Lit- erary and Iandicraft deart- m.ents were the hostess groups. Mrs. Stanley Pierce, presi- dent, conducted the meeting for cortvention and committee reports. New members voted into membership were Mrs. Harry Holmes, Mrs. G rover 13hmmbevs ard Mrs. Paul But- ler. Other officers installed were Mrs. Earl loos, vice president; Do You treasurer; Mrs. L. E. Zimmer- m.n,, auditor; Mrs. A. B. Cut- ting, custadian, and. Mrs. F. L. latrliffe Jr., parliamentarian. On the Board of Divelt,0rs are Mrs. Westerrrmn, Mrs. Stanley Bierce, Mrs. M. A. Malmoe, Mm. Stevens,. Mrs. Schadegg, Mrs. E. Rosendatl and Mrs. Mrs. Elmer Mfarsh heads the social emergency committee and Mrs. Jake Richardson s in charge f the press clipping Remember 00ook It was announced that the dcpartment program commit- immk91tee will submit programs for lill00llil / Friday, May 18, 1945 , t The Chancy  judging team / vn the Inland Empire fat stock judgin and ra, din.g con-/ test in a field of 27 high school tems ,at the Slokane Jr. Live- stock show held May 8, to 11. cital Wednesday evening at 8:15 in Showalter Auditorium c,n the EWSC campus in Cha- ncy. A student ,of Miss Gwendo- llne Harper,' EWSC a.srsc, ciate professor of music, Mrs. Andre will present works by Bach, Beethoven, Schumznn of the boards and committees. Officers of the o.ffic}al board for 1965-1966 are Ed D o[e'n. chairman; Mrs. Frank Hi,col, vice,chairman; Mrs. Louis Gra- fious, secretary; Kenneth Me- Call, treasurer; Veo F. Small, pu*blieity informa,tion. At the an!nual meeting of the e,hurc'h an, d Bartok. Warty Beard. , , I Admission to the pragra, m is bady Messrs. James Heath, Department ch,airme seatea fr=o ..a tap ,,,hU.o i invitod Lowell Po,0,re artd Mark gat- ..... r -- Afr ..... "- .... - .............. cliffe were elected for three- were Ivrs u m johnston, A e- . [ Mrs. Andre, a 1963 graduate on Lterary; Mrs. FredHo:]of CArney High School, is the year terms to the board. lvenBIg Literary; ivirs, roDcX]daugher of Mr and Mrs. Ron-] The Womens Fellowship f W<oldridge, American Home;   , ;7 l ..... ,, Yrs Wliam Ge:schke, Handl-]  / cwf't; Mrs. Stephen Sacek,/ rl^.,f' mf'l-r'A- Fine Arts, and Mrs. D. G. I V'M"L k.,l//-t- [ Jerue, Internati, an,M Fducati!on. DATE CORRECTED / ttepresenting Chancy were Fred Soy, Dean Denny and @eorge Schmidt. DEFINITION: Modern girl: One who looks like a badly dressed boy of 14. There will be a dance at I4aony sehool house Sat., May 19. Mrs. George Lester and Mrs. Kyle Pugh entertained with dessert bridge Friday night with five tables in honor of Mrs. Arthur Kennedy, who is visiting here from California. Prizes went to Mrs. Harry Bryceson and Mrs. A. C. Wood- ward. A .half ,cup af ,stawberi will came eose to sup5'.in the coming year at a board meeting in e.aty June. a,ny club members attend- ed the state convention in Spokane last week and were awarded an outstanding num- bar ef h0aors, which will be printed in a detailed item next week. Mrs. C. W. Alexander will present her piano pupils in a recital this evening (Friday) at 8 at the city hall auditorium. The Free Press incorrectly reported in last week's paper :hat the recital was to have been held last Friday. Pe,rorming will be Del0ris Stelzer, Gary,nbee, Donna Kn,oslaug, Margo Lise,nlbee, ,lanice Eoff, Gene Haskins, Myrma Jo Ros,s, Cheryl Ro's, Rebecca Thei,sscn, Sherry Cox. C]audia Haskins and Clifford Teidt. the United Church ef Christ will hold its ann!ual s, pring fel- lowship tea at the hame 9f Mrs. Mark Ratcliffe Tuesday, lay 25, at 2 p: m. There will be the installation of the new officers .ef the Fellowship: Mrs. Clifford Graves, presi- dent; Mrs. Mark Ratcliffe, vice- ,resident; Mrs. William Ber- nard, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Earle K. Stewart, p,resident o,f Miriam Circle, and Mrs. Ernie WED 60 YEARS--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson of Kennewick, formerly of Four Lakes, were honored guests for their 60th wedding anniversary May 16 at the Four Lakes Community Church. Their great granddaughter, Linda Nelson, (right) mod- eled Mrs. Johnson's wedding dress for the eccasion. Helping were Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Griffen, (daughter) and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson (son) and son, Mr. and Mrs. L. Nelson and McKie, president of Laura family, Mr. and Mrs. Del Standerfer and family, Mr. and .Mrs. Circle. Members o=f the Fel'low-I r:, :;tzner and family and Mr and Mrs. Daryl Hast,ngs shp and friends are e(>rdlall:/ t '... " I nd family. Their great grandchildren served and many friends invites. . /to ed to con ratulate them / topp__ angrarul .... ............ METHODIST  ., A Tea observing the 25th an c ' ' :I.)t-,u\\;VER HONORS L,nda Hougham niversary of the founding e,t, ,-- , -1- ,. 1he Wemen's Society .of Chris- /IRS. LYLE BRUCE engagement/oo Mrs. Lyle Bruce was recently honored with a stork shower iven at the hme o,f Mrs. Rob- e,rt Crroan. A table floral ,arrangement of park ghdi.alus and blue iris accented the pink and blue col, or scheme. A group of 25 tian Service of the Methodist Church, will be held in the Youth Center ,of the Cheney Methodist Church Smday af- tern, con, May 23, at 4 o'clock. All members of the church and friends, are cordially in- vited ta attend. Ci  ,r ,r-z guests enjayed refreshments LUD I\\;lr'V. [ and games. " r -o,,,, ^w--^Ry I Hostesses were Mrs. Robert lVIrsFredItoy' has been IGrg an, Mrs. Charles Proctor, clectecl pre siden[ ,of the Chie.-J 2ryS./a>) k Curtis and Mrs. Em- hey American Legi0n AUxllI-[ . ary. PIANO RECITAL. the vitamin C daily requare- merits fv the average pevsan. Some prices from Gibson's GroceryNew spuds, ilb 6; Fresh Peas, lb. 18c; Gr. Beans, No. 2 cans (10 points) 2 for 39_.__ , Other officers are Mrs. Her- bert Gortz, first vice presi- dent; Mrs. Lillard Corbi,t, sec- ond vice president; Mrs. A. E. Okerstrom, secretary; Mrs. Wil- lim Lee, treasurer; Mrs. Carl Hen 'dricks, ehaNain; Mrs. P. J. Miller, historian, and Mrs. Wil- liam Bryan, sergeant at arms. At the May 12 meeting Mrs. OFFICERS CONFERMrs. Warren Westerman, left, new presi- Ernest Harr reported (m the dent of Tilicum club, confers with Mrs. Earl Moos, center, and Spokane meeting f<r Mrs. An- Mrs. Stanley Pierce, outgoing president, after being installed tha,wy Waiter, Okanoga, de- Tue:day evening at Mrs. Moos" home. Mrs. Veo Small Spam :s Dinner Speaker Miss Alice Moe. f the East- 38 I ern washingtn Sate Ol" 12 oz. fin c fcu]ty, and Miss Be'- n!ice Moriarity of the Cheey elemen, tary school faculty were HUNT'S lmstesses for the Allla Omi- TOMATO SAUTE cron clapter of Delta Kappa Gamma dinner meeting May 18. 12 99c M,rs. Veo ,Small, wife of a {an$ ..... retired pref00= ived in Greece for a nmber PILLSBURY of years, discussed recent changes in @reek culture in Cake Mixes I cntirmin*g the chapter's study f changing patterns' in, other pkgs, .... 98CleUltUres" Concert Planned M. J. B. Coffee Ib,, ........ 74c Green Asparagus lb. 13c TRI P LE-T ROUND STEAK FULL-CUT ....... 79c TRI PLE-T BLADE CUT BEEF ROAST lb. ........ 43c W IN To Raise Funds The "Melody Singers" will present a concert Friday night, May 28, 8 p. m. ,at the Cha- ncy High School a,uditorium. This ,corc-et wffi assist Alex Rajala, winer ,of he Slkame County Odd FeKews and Re- belmh Knited Naiou Piri- mage, to purclmse a camera to record events ,of his trip, so that they m,ay be shawn o atous groups and schools aext year. Featttred on the poRrm vl be the Ructolph brothers quartet, formed try Carl, Hen- ry, A1 and Wtt, .d a salo b Start Hmclcks. Lee Allen wi,tl armounce  priam. During intermission a 14- piece comb0 band rom Ohe- nay I-gh Sehoal, under the di- rection of Miss lamy JOhnson wl entertm.n.  'tMvey is their instrtmtor. tajala is he son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliffad Raj,aa of (heney. He was recently elected presi- dent ,of Charley High Stool studerK ,body. LODGE NEWS PAST MATRONS Past M'arons club of OKS ,he:ld ,a dinner meeting Mon- day evening in Ee Marc Temple The 1hostess rOlp was headed by Mrs. Harry Hamp- ton ,and Mrs. Richard Roos. The worthy matron, Mildred Van Brunt was hormred as a special guest. Mrs. Dorothy Reed was given abon voyage gift and honors. She will leave fr Germany the last of this month. MARTHA ORS M:artha chalter OES observ- ed lother's Day landay eve- niing in the a,somc Temple. Mrs. Van Brunt welcomed sev- eral grand officers and pre- sented gets to the mothem presenlt. The grartd elmpter sessions will be held in Taco- ma June 24-26. Dietsches Visit Friends This Week Mr. ,artd Mrs. J. D. Detsche of Murray Hll, N. J. were via- Ring Spokane and Chancy friends from Sa:turday to Wed- eschy. Dinner pavtis were given ir their horror by Mr, and Mrs. C. V. Atkinson and Mr. d Mrs. Frank Natal and Mr and Mrs. Calann of Spo- kane Dietsche, former manager of the Oheney branch of National Bscmt Oo., products manager .in lm main office in New York City and is ,here on business eorce:rning the Chancy and Port3and brarmhes. Wednesday morning he,y left or Portland where hey witl also vit' their .son and family; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dietsche and san. Live Mustang or $100 Cash For 7 Weeks or 1965 Ford Mustang the eighth week given away FREE by Thrift Stores in the area. CELEBRATION PLANNEDMr. 'nd Mrs. Miio Bali of" Chene, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a recep- tion on Sunday, June 6, from 2 to 5 p. m. in the Cheney City Hall. Hosts for the reception are their children, Dick Ball, Eerett; Mrs. Harry King, Opportunity; Milo BaH Jr., Spokane; six grandso,s and one granddaughter. Friends and relatives are invited. No gifts please. Mrs. Ball is a native of Tekoa and Mr. Ball a native of Cheney. Both are retired school teachers. They have made their home in Cheney for most of their mar- ried llfe. partment president for the American Legion auxfliavy. Mrs. Hendricks, child wel- fare chairman, reported at 16 children received immuni- zatiors at the Legion Haft in- oculation center. -.Shoes for..ehil4ven of mig- rant Washington state workers are being collected, it was re- ported. Forty-eight members al:tend- ed the'general meeting of Tili- cum club at the home of Mrs. Earl Mops Tuesday evening. A trumpet trio composed of high sclaol students Dan Britts, Bill Brooks and Iale Buob enter- tanned with four numbers. Coffee Hour Honors Miss Chris Jones A coffee :Ronr, h ormvirg Miss Chris Jones, was given Satur- day morning by Mrs. Evereit Rair, Mrs. George Fisher and Mrs. Rieha,rd Jordan at the Bair ,home. Assisting with the serving were Jennifer and JoEgen Jor- dan, rs. Robert RerAn and Mrs. Mike Williams. Over 100 guests were served from 10 to 1 o'clock ,Miss Jones is the bridelect of Jim Bair The wedding will take place June 20 at Ta,c@ma. Heather Patmore Receives Award Heather Patmore, who has been attertdirtg Cubberley Sen ior High School in Palo Alto, Calif. this past year, is to re- crime a Corinthian award in English ,at the annuitl awards convocation. Heather is the daughter of Dr. arid Mrs. L. E. Patmore who wi return to th, e home here Jtme 15 after spending the year at palo Alto. Dr. Pat- more was working at Staord UnivemRy. Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Hotlday, vho havre occupied the Pt- more home the past year, will move June 1 to the former C. D. lm'tin hme on the comer of 5th and F streets. Seven Hurdred and Trty people paid lhe full penalty for someone's "pilof' error in 1964 on Washingon's streets and highways. Dance SATURDAY HIGHT 9tol00 Beehive SET WEDNESDAY Cantemporary and classical :music will be presen.ted in re- cital by the following piano students of Katherine A. Maxson, Wednesday, May 26, at 7 p. m. in the Science HMI PLENTY OF PARKING OPEN 9 TO 9 Speech Mrs. Veo in Spokane to Delta Kappa ty. tier subject : "/ears in CULLEN, 417 Paulsen Bldg., SUMMONS BY '] N. Washington in and Spokane. GEORGE FRANKLIN tiff vs. MARYANN'E fendan,t. To the said You are hereby within sixty (60) of the first publ mons, to-wit, after the 21st day fend the above entitled court, complaint of the lin Barber, and answer upon the for the plaintiff at stated, and in case do so, judgment against you aeeordi: of the Complain,t, with the Clerk of The object and is to obtain fo,r the: Franklin Barber, of Diw)rce from the D. Barber, upon the Franklin Barber bar have lived several months tie institution c,f Cullen, Campldl & /s/ C. Edwin Elki Altorneys for Plaintff: 417 Paulsen Building ,Spokane, (May GORDON E. 1117 Panlsen Bldg, N OT1CF, TO No. Ir the Superior Wasbington ir Spokane. of In tho Mtfr FRANK E. Notice is h,,rel}y signed bas been Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hough- of the above Court and has an] of Coeur d'Alene have an- that all persons naunced the engagement and said Incompetent farthcaming marriage of their daughter, Ms Linda Eay Houghm, Portland, Ore., and Keith Richey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Riehey, Milwau- kie, Ore. The wedding will be in Port- land on June 26, where Lirda is a senior in Emmanual Hos- pital Schoal of Nursing. Linda is the gran,ddauhter of Mrs. W. J. Ca,rr of Chancy. Mr. and Mrs. J:ack Banks of Seattle, who spent a few days last week here with hs par- 0nts, Mr. a,nd Mrs. J'ohn Banks, bare returned home. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the Chancy claims, duly upon the kane, Washing.don Cornelius the his office at 1117 kane, Washington, claim with proof ir the office the above court . Washington, within the first publication they will be forever Date of the first notice is 21st day Gwendolyn G. of the above Gordor E. 1117 Paulsen Bldg.. (May GORDON W. 24 Indiana NOTICE OF :No. In, the Superior Washington, in Spokane. In the ARTHUR State of Volunteer Fire De,parment and kae.--es. Notice is hereby Auditorium on the EWSC cam- mv friends for their efficient Costello, the aUS: help at the fire on my place aboe estate, has for aettleme Nancy Jab, ns, Diane Betz, Tuesday. ior Court Peggy Cox, Helen Gayle Hand- ,oe Csala Wash. her Final reks, Carolyn CamP, Randy istratrtx, and a ., tribution of said SHARPE, TWIGG & BENNETT W. 1115 Broadway Ave., Spokane, Wn. Court is asked to tribute the NOTI%oT ? CREDITORS persons entitled '/9332 charge the said Sara In the Superior Court of the State Thursday,.t the hourtheof 1017th:00 Washington in and for the County Court room of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of i the City of S,wyer, and Ronnie Sawyer. Original c.ompositians by Randy Sawyer and tlonnie Sawyer will also be prese.nted at this recital. ROBERT G. GOODMAN, deceased. County. has NEWS BRIEFS Notice is hereby given that the under- ing and signed has been' appointed Executrix and Petition for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hare'p- of the above estate ir this Court and time and place ton, Mrs. Joihn Van Brunt, has qualified accordingly, aM that all said estate may persons having claims against raid de- exceptions in Lest the same. l'[rs. D. G. Jerue ,and Mrs. Ed ceased are required to serve claims, duly Dated this Garner attended the Eastern verified, with necessary vouchers upon George E. the "undersigned at W. 1115 Broadway and Clerk Str hon,or night for Mrs. Ger- Avenue, Spokane, Washington or upon By Iarry Robert W. Twigg the attorney of record (May ad Lusher Wednesday even- at his office at W. 1115 Brolway Ave- ing. Spen:sored by L0alty nue, Spokane, Washingtoz and file such claim, with proof of such service in chav,ter OES, the meeting was the office, of the Clerk of the the Spokane Masonic above Court at the City of Spokane,  U bald in within six months after " e the first publication of this notice, or gggw empl, with 200 membez's Washigtol% 1)resent. they will be forever barred. Date of the first publieatlor* of thls A Mrs. Mila Ball sustained notice ia 21st day of May, 1965. t above estate. C O M broken knee ia fall " week Nev'a. Goodmar EXecutrix of the in Spokane hile attendn Rob.t W. Twigg Attorney the .state convention of Fader- P. o. Box 7. Spokane, Wash. ated Wom ens Clubs and ,has (May 21-June 4) been confined in Deaeoness hospital. Mr. Ball, with their son Mil, o Ball Jr. and daughter, Mrs. Harry King, have been wilh her and she will be home soon to recuperate. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower and Mrs. A. B. Cutting lmve been spending the week on a- cation with the A. R. Manches- ter family in Reno, Nev. 3hey are touring Lake Tahoe, Vir- ginia City and the Oregon coast. lVirs. Ernest Itarr, who has spenl much of the last two weeks in Spokane with her san arid amily, MI'. and Mrs. Keith Barrr and new baby son, has returned lome. Mr. and Mrs. Lee FletCher (Helen lueppel) and d*aught- era, aol Sue ,and Na,ncy Lynn,. left Monday for teir lame in Clatitbrnia after visit- inlg ,her ,parents, Mr.  Mrs. Wayne Ruepll, and gand- mother, Mrs. Zellb Fitzpat- rick. Fletcher is stationed at Hamilton AFB. NOW THE BARGAIN (BUY - SELL - T New & Used (or anything) Repairs of all 504 1st Phone 235-4744 Dorsey Lewis, Pro For Buying Selling And Appraising COINS John's C01N SHOP West 506 Sprague Ave. Spokane John J. Naccarato RI 74490 Bus. FA 8-4740 Res. Member ANA-26498 PNNA, 84 Please place Your Orders Baler Twine and NOW AT Cheney Grange WHERE YOU BUY GARDEN AND HUFFY LAWN 118 Union St., C i