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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, May 22, 1964 NEW TILICUM PRESIDENT--Mrs. Stanley Pierce, left, newly- installed president of Tilicum Club, looks over Washington Crub Woman publication with Mrs. Oscar Johnson, immediate past president. MRS. STANLEY PIERCE INSTALLED AS NEW TILICUM C Mrs. Stun.Icy Pierce was in- st ald .as new president of 2ilicum club lanay at the home of Mrs. F. L. Rat- cli_ffe Jr. ,s. O. E. Johnson, etirmg dent, was presiding oic- r. Recrts were matte by the secretary, Mrs. Wlved Bad, and the treasurer, Mrs. War- ren Westerman. Mrs. Pierce reported on ttm April meeting of the Northeast District in PuDan ad on the stae con- vention in eale, at wlch she was a delegate. Mrs. Wes- ten, man, alo a delegate, re- ported  the second day of sessions ,n Sattle and an- naunved the next state con- vention will be ia Spokane My 12, 1965. Awards ee wan by Tili- cum a tim oanvention on the Se$s c(mmtmity cntest, $65; fivs prize in eoserafien of an n4,vduM Cl'ub project; see- orid prize or te best printed story on a cllib project ha, a daily .nevspaper, w(hioh was on the Art Festival tmhUeity of Ti]ira; and a te of hoov for being ogaaized 60 #el. Mrs. Clyde Walker was re- inst, ated ,as a club eaber and Mrs. H. N. Strarmch va in, tro- duced as lorary mebe of tle club for lg mermberSh. Mrs. Ratclife ves the irmtal- irg elf leer ml ed Mrs. Piorce and he otes. M. Warren Westeman s tim vJee president; ,Mrs. M. A. Ma, lmoe, reeordg seere- a; Mrs. CI Rdf, covves- ng secret, and Mrs. TILICUM NEWS The ann, ul spring tea was spomred by afternoon, lt- ary department 2may aP beanoon ,at the home of Mm. H. N. Staonall. 'M. Veo SnmH l'ent Miss Alice Moe in a sers of reds on poetry. Mrs W  was in charge of the berutifuy dovated be ami Mrs. Mae Van Seoc, now department clmhraaal, poured. American Home deprtment hed its ,last meeting of the san at Wms Lke at the tlome of Mrs. hymm Johnson Sr. Mrs. D. B. Lambert was as- srg ,hostess. Mrs. Stanley Henda'ieks presided arm the .now Chairman, Mrs. Pete Hei- decler, ossted. ROWANS HAVE VACATION liar. mid Mrs. T. V. Rowan returned fom a to mnth's vaactoa with their sn and amily, Mr. arm M. Larry Rowan arid six clden, at On, ha, Nob. En ute me the Rowo_n visited at Rtgby nd Minet, N. D., Where they ,.ermerl lived, and wih his ,sister, MLm ,Mary Rovan, at Wf Point, Mont. ANN FLETCHER Wi LL PRESENT BALLET SATURDAY Ann Fletcher wS1 pree,nt her students m an origin,al ball. ct entitled "F'atd.ra" Satur- day .at 3::;'0 p. m. in the audi- torium of the EWSC Science Building. The baHet, c]-::,a.o.grap,hed by Anln, wil be perfor,ned by a cast of young Cheney dancers. Those participating include Margaret Deininger, Susan Scott, lary Mosman, Laurie Giles, Kelly MeMahons, Patty Hagelin, Shann, on MeMahons, Kathy [sherwood, Meg Mos- man, Jeanette Wilson, Susan Patmore, Laurie Nieol, Sara McKeehan, Kathy Fletcher and Pam Reid. Ann, a Ohen,ey High School freshman, is the daughter of I Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Fle,cher. She is a dance student of Jane Larkin, Spokane, arid wH study ballet at the Summer workshop of the Ballet Arts Center in Denver starting June 15. Piano Students Of Mrs. Berg To Have Recital Pian, o students o Mrs. Ar- LUB PRESI DENT den Berg will be presented in recital Friday even,g, May Stan Hendricks, treasurer. De- 22, at 8 v'clock in the Science 1)', :rtment ......... eh__ra'rmen are. Mrs. I building auditorium.. . ', " eek r American Students partmtpating will 1 te Held e , ........ h,m,. M 1I= Van Sconce I De Ann tl,agle, lavra berg ^'"*'-L-2"L'';'~":L'/Mrs Della Lovi Hornfelt Susan latm, ore, ",.. t- ..... ;.,re lif,^, ----. Ur. tucaru 'rn, omson, Arm beam, u van,, vvltx$ velal'y, .,. o. --. -- .. --  .  . I ] 71mmav.mnn fln,a te"  bln,(lla llugiqes, tJon, le beg _  xr ,^~..--. -A i I u- ena-aa test Hat na,xburn, ---'* ,o- --- --"- all in I I'eggy Tl'omson, lVlal'y Lou gJldlL, glll LILL :. lYJ2Lt JL , " . Nmtm and Nancy Jha,son. t errmtional-edu cation,. Mrs ^,._ ,. ,,__ : --a-.. ,. I Parents and,,, friends are in- JUILII .#uugli, ait 1' t:uivou, lvtx. .. . A. B. Cutting, custodian; Mrs. wtea. O. E. Johnson, pa'limen,taa,n, Mrs. J. H. Richardson, press clipping chivman and Mrs. Charles Booth, youth relresen- tative. Board members are Mrs.. Pierce, Mrs. Westerman, Mrs. Maime, Mrs. Hedricks, Mrs. Rudatf, Mrs. ]tta Presnell, Mrs. J. Mamaakis and Mrs. Johnson. Fine ts department was hostess group and members served refreshments from an atractive table decorated in spring bloasoms ,and calles. Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Johnson presided at the be for tim 38 present. It was announced tlat a board meein Jurm 2  be hId to ,p the yearly morm for prin?dng year books. Shower Honors MRS. MARIE MEYER of Route Mrs. Ralph Byquist 2, Cheney, an employee of In- I land Empire Agency, Inc., has Mrs Robert V Rei'nemr been named ' " " I Spokane Insur- arid Miss Lila Reiteier ,,e(J ance Woman of the Year by teain, ed with a lby NmerJSpokane Insurance Women's May 20 for Mrs. Ralph By-jAssociation" She has been quist (Sue Russell). |president of the association the A pink ad white color I past two years and was elected selme as uJsed in dee0ra - director of Region IX of the . National Association of Insur- The Byquts axe parents of a baby girl, Shel_y An, born May 12. She weighed seven pounds .arid four minces. The maenal granpa"ens are Mr. .and MrS. Vern Russell. Baby Shower Held Mrs. Larry Wright (Belva i Betz) and innt Del- i la were guests f. honm" at a: baby ,shower .given at the hmel of Mrs. George Nichls Thurs- day evening. Hostesses were Mrs. NiChols, Mrs. Stan Hend- ricks, Mrs. Vblet Sharp and Mrs. Luke BeSt. Guests present- ed her ,a vety .o gifts from a May Basket. Mrs. W. J. Cavr spent" the weekend in Portland as a guest of her gz'dd!auher, Miss Linda ttougham, wire is in nursng school there. Mrs. James Sclner and Mrs. W. E. Betz were dinner guests Thursday f Mrs. C. J. Schnd'ler at Rosala. Mrs. Earl FSh spen the weekend vii$ing Mr. and Mrs. McLeod at The Illes, Ore. Mrs. Roger FitzgraM was a caner at the Fi, sh 'home Sun- day. .. ante Women. Verse-Speaking Choir To Perform Monday Evening The verse-speaking cttoir will be presented ha dhoral in- terpretatio by Ms Alice Moe's class loda? evening, May 25, at 8:15 in MarUn Ill. There is no admission. The 50-member cho per- formed recently for the Che- ney Educaon asscation meeting ,held ,at Betz sctmol. tn addition to the choir four students from tile class in re- citM wi,ll alo perferm. This is the first time a re- cital of this nature has been attempted. Cheney Volunteer Fire Dept.'s Annual Pancake & Sausage Feed Sat., May 23 11:00 TO 1:00 FREE TO ALL PERSONS OF THE CHENEY AREA Free Rides on Fire Trucks for the Kids... with written permission from their par- ents. MR. AND MRS. GLENN W. EDWARDS--of Windsor will be honored with a reception on their 25th wedding anniversary June 14 from 2 to 5 o'clock in the Windsor grange hall. Mr. REILLYS VISIT Mr. and rs. James Reil]y of Edm, unds spent a few days at he Fred Sheaf .hne at Cheney and the Harry Reilly residence at Span,gle visiting old friends. A and Mrs. Robert C. Johnson of CHURCH NEWS UNITED Miri'am Circle of the wom- em's follow,Up met May 11 at the home of Mrs. W. J. 0rlob. Co, hostess was Mrs. W. S. Ber- n, ard. Miss M:dred Fre, was the speaker, on the topic,. "History and Organization of United ChurCh Women." On Sunday Right t,he Pil- grim Fel:loship goup hon- ored incoming freshmen. Ap- proximately 40 young people were in attendance, i'ncluding 11 freshmen. Included in the program were a worship ser- vice, conducted by Marffa'ret Kerr and Patty Chatburn; a skit by RiCked Hageln and Dale McCall and group sing- lug led by Dave Nieol. The predent, Nancy Johnson, gave a summary of he year's acUvitis fr the benefit of the intoruing freshmen. The rec- reational feature o. the eve- nirg was scltmre dancing, called .by Dr. Joe Ohatburn. Music was furnished by the "Impromptu Four," consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt John- so, Mrs. Fleee Steen and Mr. We.lh. Refsnents served ,by Chavn, elle McCall a.r Do,gias OvIob. On Tuesdta', the eombined circles of the Women's Feow- shp heId a ea at the home of Mrs. Charle, Dittmar. Officers and bcm'd 'etmbevs for next year we/e insled. Tey are: President, Mrs. Mark lat- cIiffe; seereryler, Mrs. W. S. Bernard; M. W. J. Ortob, ehaha Miam Oircle; Mrs. C. W. Graes, chairma,n Laura Gi01e; Mrs. F. J. Shad- egg, secretary li:rim Circle; Mrs. Roger Iarder, secetm'y Laura (Xle. Board members: Mrs. Della Gran% . Joe Clatbtwn, Mrs. W"Ram Wil- keron, M. emNe Al,lea and Mrs. Ernest McMian. NAZARENE A baby shower was held lst! everdng for Mrs. bazry Wriffht. The shower wa in the church parsomage. Mrs. George Nich- ots was ,assisted by Mrs. V],olet Sharp, Mrs. Glenn Best and Mrs. Stanley Hedrieks. METHODIST Evening circle of the Meth- o,dst ebtwch women's society met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. C. C. Carter, with Mrs. Edwin Okerstrom preaid- in,g. Miss Fumib Maldno, for- eign student at EWSC, spoke on her native Japan and showed slides. is crele is newly orga,nized for working Cakes by Order Corvallis will be the hosts. members a,=d mothers who ore unable *o attend the day- time meetings. The Methodist church wom- en's society will hold a picme in Sutton Park at 12:30 p. m. Tuesd, ay. Potluck di'nn'er is to be brought by eac,h, with her own dishes artd silver. Dessert and coffee will be furnis!hed by the hostess eo,mng$tee, headed by Mrs. John Van Brunt. Officers of the WSCS will be ins:alled at the Sunday morning worship service on May 31. Mrs. Francis Kuehl is the new president. CHRISTI'AN A number of local Chrbtian church members attended the dinner meeting of the Associ- ation of Ghristian chtrches of the Spokane area Monday. Go- ing from here were Rev. Don- ald Ross, len Dobbins and James Churchwett. The women's fe,Howship erected new officers Thursday o,f last week at the home of Mrs. I-[a, rvy Hotmes. Mrs. Ed Wilbughby was re-elected and other otficers will be named at iastallation next month. COMMUNITY The Cheney Commurity church wi'll have as guest speaker, Mrs. Pearl Klein, tele- v}ston speaker on KXLY, Sun- day. Mrs. Klein will cnduct a special Bible club our for all the children of the church May25-29 from 4 to 5 p. m., with all children welcome. Mm. Mabel Smith (Grief), former Chen'eyite, will cele- brate her 81st birthdlay with a reception in the Hoday Inn Sunday, 2 tu 4 p. m., with her three chil.en and grandchil- dren as hosts. A' brother, Jim Gwer, Tom Gri, the Coey fm.lies ad *he John Van Brunt fami,l'y, all relatives, will all attend from Cheney. Gift CHARTER" East Ohen'ey meeting last week, charter for Ha'Y ban, who passed kane. He was a ber of East Cheney Means With the Smith Jewelers .;.+ x  :.. CUT FARM PAINTING it's easy to have attractive barns, sheds and low cost with Standard Shingle Stains. They to use and are quickly applied by brush or s sides adding long-lasting color, they seal against dampness, help prevent cracking and Standard Shingle Stains come in three colors: green or red. If you want protection without order Chevron Shingle and Floor Oil. For any Standard Oil produd, call AL HASKINS 1st & Kallispel -- 235-6378 Nylon Sp " Dress Shee And Seamless Reg. $1.3 2pr. SWEAT SHIRTS Crew Neck Asst. 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