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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, May 25, 1962 Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Daniels Piano, Vocal Pupils and Don had as weekend guests Marilyn Mayo, Chris Jochim- To Present Recital sen, Don Pearson and Dave Vick, all of WSU They attend- ed the Lilac festivities and the Sigma Nu cruise on Lake Coeur d&apos;Alene. Local Rebekah members who went to Medical Lake last Friday to attend the Rebekah Lodge there were the Mines. Elmer Tiedt, Walter Hubbell, Etta Presnell, Vic Wilson, Neta Conley, Ernest McMillan, Beth Smith and Marie Conley. The Medical Lake lodge honored the district officers The same group went to the Dennison Lodge one evening last week Mrs. Ernest McMitlan enter- l ained the DWYC Club of Re- bekah Lodge at her home Wed- nesday for a luncheon and meeting. Games and projects filled the afternoon. Mrs. W. J Carr spent a few days this week in Coeur d'- Alene with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hougham, Linda and Dana. She attended the graduation exercises of the high school there, where Linda was a grad- uate. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton attended the OES honor night reception for Nelle Nichol, grand representative to Texas, Monday evening at Deer Park. Dr. and Mrs. William New- som have returned from a year's leave of absence from EWSC. They were in California most of the time Mrs. A. B. Cutting enter- tained as Wednesday evening guests her daughter and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. William Sex- ton, Geraldine and Ron of Millwood. Mr. and Mrs. James Black- shaw entertained his sister, Mrs. Sue Ames, as a lunch- eon guest Monday. She is a Spokane nurse. Mrs. F. Grimmett has been spending this week in Spokane with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hixon and children. Mrs, James Scroggs of Seat- tle is a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lane, this week. Another daughter, Mrs. Dan De Witt of Spokane, joined them for luncheon Tuesday. Patty Beard, small daughter of Mr. and Mi, Wally Bear! had a tonsillectomy in St. Lueks' Hospital last week. She is  homer :reeuparatlng ,nicely. Christian Church Men's Fel. lowship from Cheney were uests of the Rosalia Christian hurch men for a potluck din- ner Tuesday evening 'at Rosa- lia. Jack Sutton of the district officers was the main speak- er. Going from Cheney were the Rev. William Mayoh, Rob- ert Harvey, Irvin Liefer and J. P. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lee and son Dick spent the week- Pupils of Mrs. Donald King Smith will present their an- nual spring program for par- ents and friends Monday at 8 p. m. in the Music Annex at Eastern Washington State Col- lege. The program will consist of piano and vocal solos, duets and trios. Members of this year's class are Greg Hall, Mike Hall, Ruth Lass, Dianne Michaelsen, Tom- my Stone, Cynthia Miller, Gayle Wilcox, Kathy Fletcher, Tommy Whitfield, Ann Flet- cher, Peggy Thomson, Marian Whitfield, Heather Patmore, Dorothy Davis, Jo Etta Lewis, Betty Morris, Laurie Nicol, Ron Nicol, Betty Thomson, Nancy Johnson, Alonna Chatburn, Barry Giles, Karen Sue Diet-i ache, Sandra Reitmeier, Donna IIarris, Shirley Robertson, Bob- by Stone, Margaret Drummond, Christine Miller and Eliot Smith. CAMP FIRE NEWS Dancing Blue Bird group, with Mrs. Wally Beard as lead- er, met last Thursday after- noon at her home for the con- eluding meeting of the season. Summer camping was discuss- ed and several members will attend a period during the season. Tawanka Camp Fire group entertained the Oki Chi Ya group one evening last week. All engaged in a scavenger hunt, then returned to the home of Mrs. Coy Smith for a party before the open fire- place. They played games and enjoyed a lunch. The camping season at Sweyolaken was dis- cussed, with three members, Karen Brown, Paula Wilson and Pat Graves, registered to go to camp. This was the con- cluding meeting of the school year. MRS. PEFLEY RETURNS FROM JUDGING TOUR Mrs. Wallace B. Pefley, fac- ulty member of the :National Guild of Piano Teachers, re. turned this week from a 12-day judging tour which took her to Sunnyside, Wenatchee and Richland. During the tour Mrs. Pefley auditioned some 200 piano stu- dents and heard hundreds of piano-compositions p.yed by students of Guild teachers. In Sunnyside, Mrs. Parley was a dinner guest of the local chairman and her family. The Wenatchee Chapter of the Guild honored Mrs. Parley with an informal dinner, and she was the guest of the Sisters at the Convent in Richland: Mrs. Pefley has resumed her regular teaching schedule and is now planning her sum- mer schedule. MILITARY BALL SET TONIGHT Some of the Spokane area's highest ranking military offic- ers will be guests of honor at Eastern Washington State Col- lege's annual Military Ball to- night (Friday). Sponsored by the Corps of Cadets of the Reserve Offic- ers Training Corps, the annual affair will be held simultan- eously on the first and second floors of Showalter Hall. Honored military guests will include Lt. Gem John H. Ryan, commanding officer, Sixth Army, and Mrs. Ryan; Brig. Gen. Harold W. Ohlke, com- manding officer, 18th Air Di- vision, Fairchild Air Force Base, and Mrs. Ohlke; Col. Mer- rill E. Johnson, commanding officer, 1st Battle Group, 161st Infantry, Washington National Guard, and Mrs. Johnson, and Lt. Col. Max R. McCarthy, com- manding officer, 1st Missile Battalion, 43Yd Artillery, Fair- child, and Mrs. McCarthy. Other honored guests will include Dr. Don S. Patterson, EWSC president, and Mrs. Pat- terson, and Col. Erwin G. Ntis- son, commanding officer of the EWSC ROTC detachment, and Mrs. Nilsson. Five EWSC coeds, all mem- bers of the ROTC women's auxiliary Sponsor Corps, re- niain as finalists in competi- tion for Military Ball queen They include Dixie L. Carter, Susan A. Heimsjo, Myrna L. Fell, Bonita M. Heft and Jo. Hess. Music will be furnished by the Klassics, a 15-piece group led by Don Paul. DANCE RECITAL SET :JUNE 1 "A Trip to Danceland" will be the theme of the annual dance recital to be presented by the pupils of Sally Seller next Friday, June 1, at Martin Hall Auditorium. Curtain time will be 7:45 p. m. The recital will be open to the public. Participating will. be Cent Toohey, Brett and LuAnn Reit- meier, Kathy Harvey, Nancy Johns, Pebble Maxson, Patty Hagelin, Laurie Giles, Gayla Hardman, Darrienne and R0x- anna Ralphs (Medical Lake) Ann Beard, Robin Giles, Katie McKeehan, Pam Reid, Linda Whiitinger and Phil Stiffler, and from Spokane, Angela Cic- ero, Sally Weigelt, Shari Reidt: Pat, Dale and Bruce Newell, Mar!ene SweR; Lynn Jorges; NancyMyers,' Shirley Jorges, Brenda Waltz, Robin WarSinski Joan Richter, Carolyn Schuttz, Sandra Harvey, Michele Lang. lay, Guy Hunt, Flint Rost, Tracy and Jeff Seller, Maribeth Wetter (Oakesdale), Debbie Darling and Delores Finch (Davenport) and She Curtis and Betty Dechenne (St.. John) SURPRISE PARTY FETES MRS. SAMONS Mrs. Mel Samons, a teacher in the Great Northern Royal Neighbors Present Awards Royal Neighbor Lodge, Camp 2370, met for a regular meet- ing and to award 50 and 25- year pins in the Legion Hall Monday afternoon. Mrs. A. B. Cutting, oracle, presided for the regular meeting with 40 present. Mrs. Ethel M. Ryan and Mrs. Mary Agnes Wilcox were hon- ored as 50-year members and received gold pins from Su- preme Camp RNA, and a gold corsage from the local lodge. Eighteen members of Che- ney Lodge were presented 25- year pins by Mrs. Cutting, as- sisted by Deputy Betty Hale and Past Oracle Irma Conley. They were Susie Ames, Agnes Bechtel, Anna Billesbach, El- eanor Carlon, Irma Conley, Anna, George and Robert Heath, Hazel Heinemann, Min- nie Henderson, Marie Lauff, Adele Lee and Francis Lee, Lena Rhoades, Ethel Ryan, Kathlen Samons, Audrey Van Camp and Mrs. Mary Wilcox. The majority of these recip- ients have been members much longer than 25 years. Distinguished guests from Spokane were Alvina Morrison, delegate to Supreme Camp in Denver, and Emma Jacklin and Ethel Sprinkle, oracles from Spokane lodges. Mrs. Ethel Ryan, past district dep- vty, and Betty Hale, deputy of Cheney, were presented and welcomed Mrs. Mary Wurth, Mrs. Stella Eagle, Mrs. Grace Lacy, Mrs. Clara Cyr and Mrs. Selma Lyons from Spokane were also special guests. Routine business and finan- cia! reports were conducted. The charter was draped for Louisa Fockler, and reports of committees given. A period of remarks by the visitors and honored guests concluded the meeting. A reception followed, with musical program by Carolyn Camp and Merge and Gary Lis- enbee. The refreshments table was centered with a Maypole and dancing dolls. Mrs. John Banks and Mrs. Flora Rufer cut and served the decorated cake of gold and silver. Mrs. Robert Harvey served the punch and Mrs. Hazel Heine- mann and Mrs. Olive Swegle presided at the coffee urns. Mrs, Etta PresneH, Mrs. Elmer Marsh and Mxs. Mary Griffin were in charge of the refresh- ment hour. .Next regular meeting wilt be "June 18. CAMP. F00RE.N EWS " Camp Fire Gil:Is are enter- taining with: mother's teas and making preparations for the Sweyolakan camp season, with registrations now being made. The season begins late in June. Thursday of thi week was the Leaders Day at Sweyolakan, for a pre-season tbur of the camp and its facil- ities. c Two weeks were spent in .eylon, where she had been invited to speak at the Univer- sity of Jaffna. She observed lhe seeming prosperity and improved conditions generally since her visit of four and a half years ago. Cities are clean- er and Government housing projects are extensive. Air- ports are being built and en- larged. Her greatest pleasure was in seeing former students and old friends over there. "If we could realize," she said, "how much these students and their families appreciate our inter- est while they are attending colleges in this country, we would be doing more for our foreign students." The cold and snow in Japan was in charge. Mr. and Mrs. John Bass, stu- dents at EWSC, presented their three.month-old son Rob- ert for baptism in the Metho- dist Church during the Sun- day morning services. The Rev. K. W. Larrison officiated. Mrs. Mile Ball entertained in honor of the last year Tili- cum Club officers and depart- ment chairmen, as the retiring president, with a morning cof- fee brunch at her home Tues- day. There were 20 present and a gift was presented for Mrs. Ball s rose g.arden. Mrs. George rown' spent the weekend in Spokane as a guest of Mrs. Daisy Farting- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball were weekend guests of their daugh- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry King and sons, at Op- portunity. Mrs. Marion Bair accompan. Miss French Home , M00rri:00ge Re00,ealed From World Tour I I Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe C. Miss Mildred French return-iJnes announce the marriage of their son, Ronald, to Bar- ed last week from a tour of bara Hoppe, daughter of Mrs "Ninety Days around the World." She went as far as 'Helen Rose of La Mesa, Calif. Tiawan by jet planes and re-jThe wedding took place May 12 in the chapel of San Diego turned from London by jet. I Naval Base Her traveling companion lones is a -unn ....... , t . g er  iilate as Mrs. Otto Matlat of North b ......... ......... i: earn me new gulclecl missile rilisYsrenmsaid she tray ! destroyer U. S. S. Robison at ........ " San Diego. The newlyweds are eiea Dy locai planes, ous, cart, livin  at La Mesa auto, jaunting car, steamer, I  row boat and by foot on the I METHODIST WOMEN tour. The trip included 241u^ ................. .... nVL.U rlN/4L flttll/llMIj COlmtrles, 40 clues, and many .......... , small towns and hamlets P Jvmtnomst unurch women s I Eociety met for the last meet- ing of the season at the home i of Mrs. Pete Montague, with Mrs. M. Grein and Mrs. Flora Ruier as co-hostesses. The Rev. K. W. Larrison gave the last chapter of a series of talks on the Old Testament and his- torical recordings. The WSCS state convention in Bellingham was reported by Mrs. M. S. Jones and Mrs. i Larrison, delegates. A report on the plans of the youth group to attend the Seattle hir in June, on earning.s of their own projects, was given. They will be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Uhrig and housed with church friends. A projects committee was appointed and officers noti- fied to be present at the Sun- and intensive heat of South Asia, especially in Indonesia, i Bali Malaya and Ceylon, make l travelling difficult. Visits with Sally Lu and Theresa Wong, former EWSC students in Tat- pan, were enjoyed and they sent good wishes to Cheney friends. Returning from London to Seattle by jet gave them time for a day's visit to the Century 21 Fair in Seattle before re- turning to Cheney. Johnson Awarded OSU Assistantship Robert C. Johnson of Che- ney, who will be graduated day morning services for the installation ceremony by Mr. Larrison. Those to be installed are Mrs. Carl Hendricks, presi- dent; Mrs. E. Harr, vice pres- ident; Mrs. Edwin Okerstrom, secretary; Mrs. Don S. Patter- son, treasurer; Mrs. Lloyd Van- deBerg, secretary of promo- tion, and Mrs. William Heine- nlann, secretary of Missionary works. Others are the Mines. Harry Hampton, J. S. Lane, William Sibley, Larrison, F. Kuehl, John Van Brunt and Alfred Philips. The devotions were given by Mrs. C. Walker. Catholics To Ordain CALL FOR Notice is hereby given Clerk of the City of ceive bids up to 5:00 Tuesday, June 26, 1962, of the City Clerk, in the Light Buildir#g, 609 Second nay, Washington, for the disposal of garbage at the itation fill site; at the by and the terms of of the ordinances of the CitY All bidders shall specify not less tha which fifteen (15) allowed the City of Chene and collecting. Bulk rate to tractor's bid price, plus 20%, to be allowed the for billing and collecting Any bidder may submit garbage collection at lower specified ir Ordinance No ordinances of the Clity of to make an alternate hid. shall specify new rate consideration of the cil. All bidders should selves witil the provisions No. E-65. All "bidders pared to furnish covered the hauling of Every successful r#ish surety bond to the in the sum of $1,000.00, upon the faithful contract and compliance dinances of said City and shall equip his residence business in the City of telephone attended business hears and phone during the period of: Bids will be opened meeting of the City of Cheney, to be held at p. m.; Tuesday, June 26, Council Chambers of the Building, Cheney, The City of Cheney to reject any and ]l bids informalities in bidding. ' Roy Foss, City Clerk. (May 25-June GORDON & 1705 N. Division, NOTICE TO No. 72704 In the Superior Court of Washington in and for Spokane. In the Matter of the SARAH A. SWEENEY, Notice is hereby given signed has been appointed of the above estate in this  qualified accordingly, and sons having claims are required to serve fled, with necessary undersigned at 1705 North kane Washington or uPOn Ripple the attorneys of office at 1705 N Division, Wash. and file such claim such service in the office the above court at the CiW Wash., within six first publication of this will be forever barred Date of th first notice is 25th day of Alvin E. Gordon the above estate. Gordon & Ripple AttorneyS 1705 N Division, Spokane (May 25-June MeKevitt 711 Old from Eastern Washington Former Subdeacon NOTXC- OF SETTLEMENf! State College June 8 with a Zn t o. certificate for academic excel. The Rev. Mr. James Severyn Washinao Iu and fo lence, has been awarded a Westbrook, who spent last Spoke.  In the of graduate assistantship in math, summer as subdeacon to St. PHOEBZ A. Rose of Lima Parish, Cheney, state of Whington, ematics at Oregon State Uni. will be ordained to the Roman kane.-- versity. Notice is hereby given Johnson has b e :!Catholic priesthood May 31 in Asron. the e n a pre-graa- t " " thoen cBaSica a f hoe:emioaC above estate. h uate assistant in mathematical ulate p-ted or at EWSC during his junior and At" : p ' " p " , Mo. countyin the SuperlOr.state of C'rt' senior years mr oraination, he will be z.i Aecut  uea A ,, :X_ .......  ..... I grhnted a vacation period be- a eUon for rx oe" grauuate OI neuey t for e bein-" assi-ed t "-"-- of said ete HgrS.Ch3h  it:ho  [,in the SpOkane iocese. uu.s Court ia , 'to :-, ..... '1 The 'future riest attended dt son ot uneney .... -:  _ P " eattle Preparatory school Fy, the 22mt -,-,, ,-:. . .--.-..'-- from 1949-i950, and was grad- 62, at the-hour of 10:00  II L IL.I/IV] N LW uated from ML Angel emi, at the Court room of " Court, in the city of ...... '.:,"" nary, St. Benedict, Ore., in Spokane Cou irs: K:. Ratcliffe Jr: was 1951. He received his philoso- Finfr theAeeount and phy training at the College of butiou, at hih eme St. Thomas in St. Paul and at ! apar and file his, person interested in St. Paul seminary, from which thereto and contt t Dated this he was graduated in 1955. wo. E. ' : i  Clerk of the IMMUNIZATION SET By R. The immunization dlinic (May 25-au C. sponsored by the Legion Aux- 0 Paul Bi, iliary willbe held Monday in the Legion Hall from 9:30 to NOTICBNo.TO27aS 10:30 a. m. Shots and exami- tn the Surior Coua Washington in and for nations by the county nurse Spokane will be given with auxiliary In the of members assisting. ROBERT Notice is hereby given' signed have been the above estate in this It Pays to Advertise. qualified accordingly persons having claims ceased are required to verified, with necessary Di--'rectory Spokane, or rowan the at 920 Paulsen ington and file of such service in the Clerk of the above of Spokane, Washin O. B. Electric months after the first this notice, or they will be Date of the first PERSONALIZED SERVICE notice is 25th day Emily EIeanor ,,r,ng Barry K. Jones above estate. Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps c.c. Rowan Rt. I, Spokane CH. 4-2705 920 Pauisen Bldg., (May 25-June installe  s Tilicum" Club pres- ident last Thursday evening in the City Hall, with Mrs. Ern- est Hart as installing officer. Others installed with the pres- ident were Mrs. 0. E: Johnson, vice president;Mrs Wally Beard, recording secretary Mrs. M. F. Miller, correspond- ing secretary; Mrs. Warren Westerman, _ treasurer; .Miss Florence Rue, auditor; Mrs. A. B. Cutting, custodian, and Mrs. Ernest Harr, parliamentarian Department chairmen are Mrs. Don Lambert, American Home; Mrs. V. F Small, After- noon Literary; Mrs. Marion Bair, Evening Literary; Mrs. Bruce Oliver, Handicraft; Mrs. Arthur Beaudreau, Fine Arts and Mrs. D. G. Jerue, Interna- tional Education Press chair- man is Mrs. F. J. Schadegg. Board members, in addition to the elective officers, are Mrs. Paul Jeffery, Mrs. CIyde Stewart, Mrs. John Mamana- kis and Mrs. Milo Bail, retir- ing president Reports were presented from the standing committees and department chairmen; the northeast district convention by Mrs. F. L. Ratcliffe Jr. and Mrs. Van Brunt. Mrs. V. M. Hughes gave a brief history of Lake.end on a fishing trip to Banks CHENEYITES ATTEND was honored last entertainedSinging BlUemothersBirdat angrUPa- , evening when the parents t,,,, , ,,  John Van Brunt spent the WITNESS CONFAB students surprised her ;f  : ...... "t ....... . - t the weekend at Priest Lake where eventeen delegates from ,n,,t- n,,, ..L. "^_':,'7_'- nomeof the leaaer, Mrs. F. he ]s constructm a lake cot- e Cheney congregation were ei o  "halo" fo,,, -- .- . Ratcliffe Jr. Members made tage. g among the 1121 in attendance sgptfid- reord wTg" t'ge i: the favors and decorations and Mrs W E Gar last weekend at the crcult " served the refreshments from . . ner, who was . , " " dents of all grades in the h flo in ured m convention of Jehovah s it t e wer decorated table j " a fall at her home, - . - W" - school. Fifty were present and e ..... 1 special guests were is recovering nicely and will nesses, reports verett Story, Mrs Samons, an accomplished r,: go with Mr. Garner to Tacoma presiding minister, nianist nla,,ed ..... -, --^ " ........ this weekend. Highlight was the ,public gram in r a),reciatin'of Pth e Shu Koda Camp Fire group Mr. and Mrs Stephen Wise lecture,,, Who Will Rule the honor v held a mothers tea May 16 at took a number of the Chenev lWorld? by Peter D'Mura of She" has -"0--^- ....... the home of the leader, Mrs. ' " Broo ,o,,,u u acn John M kis Job s Daughters to the instal-J klyn, N. Y., dstrlct sup- next year t  ..... , ...^ . amana Special er "  ...... o, ,,, ,, uests E r " latlon ceremonies of the Med-]:< sor for the Watchtower the Chenev di.trlef .o i o g . were Mrs. a 1 Hilton ical Lake bethel Saturday eve-Ie, and Tract Soc!ety. Ten native of "Cleney'and'h'old and_ Mrs,_Eldon Engei, mem- nIng. unaay mey attended ll'm) sters were oraalnea at. degrees from EWSC r._u.tne mlanu r, mplre the ham dinner served by the uraay az a oaptism ceremony. uoam o mrectors. rney were Medical Lake bethel I Regular meetings of the Che- PARTY ' ,-,-I.,- g presented corsa es and each Mr. and Mrs. M "S Jones [ney congregation have resum- EIGH:H 'GRADERS hPeOkee n eGrmes and songs were entertained their son" Lester led this week, Storynoted Betz Scho ......... te tainment. u elgntn graaers from San Rafael, Calif., as a [_.... will be feted at a dance and RC, guest a few days last week /uU--ON CauB ME-/ hart v .... ,  o .... - ............... Mr. and Mrs: Mflo Ball left City of the Sun Button Club  arents willcaeron:P DIANNE.MICHAELSEN W,dnSdrYtnerml  lrgEeV: IinimCnineyat:hl:shay f. Patrt/yWhi:humWl.ll e in  the Pera!i bl:e! piinhneet;eSn:a of their son and family, Mr | . cheon was served by the The ,rt,, -" - ........ " y r , Mrs. and Mrs. Dick Ball and two |hostess and the program on eighth raders  ony. mu or Donald King Smith, this Satur- children. They will spend a |Flower design on buttons was .......... "" day at 8 p. m. in the Music week there and visit the Seat-/given by a Spokane member. CUBS TO RUN, EAT nnex at Eastern Washington tie World's Fair Aer the meetinz they ad ^ - tae wouege. ne Wilt De as- ...... ` -  track meet and potluck slated b " S A number of the local Re- ]otrned to the home of Mrs. dinner will be hi,,hli-hts of  ' .y .Mis s andra Relt- b:k)he?dagrek nsenubrry gennt. uil aa2embVS.lt Miss Evelyn CaW b ScutPaCkpaeegg tMr: i mr, parmat m will include ..... " .. . ". songs by Brahms, Schumann mg for the visitation of dstrmt compehtmn wllI begin at 5:30 and Hahn and folk songs from officers, led her daughter and family P. m., and the dinner, includ u ..... ,- ..... -? c - " -,-,,,., weoen anu ,merlca reDekah Lodge met Wed- to Spokane Sunday for a faro- m eouts and families, will and piano works by Chopin, nesday evening in the IOOF ily dinner at the home of Mr. follow. It will be the last meet- Schumann and Martinu test. The placing of the name Itall for the initiation of can- and Mrs. Willie KidweU and ing Detore fall. of Grace Van Patten on the Miss Miehaelsen is the daugh- state endowment honor roll didates and routine business children. Going from here PROMOTION ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert with $25 fr0m Tilicum was told. Mrs. Elmer Tedt, noble grand, were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jordan SET Michaelsen of Cheney and Miss ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST the club collect prayer and bi- ography of Mary Stewart, its composer. Mrs. A. B. Cutting told of awards at state convention in Wenatchee, the receiving of first prize and a painting for the Tilicum Art Festival, and the Sears check of money for the Community Service con- meet Monday. Birthdays during April, May and June will be and four children and Mr. and United Church of Christ Sun- Reitmeier is the daughter of Mrs. Harve Jordan. The occa- day School will hold promotion Mr" and Mrs. O. K. Reitmeier sion celebrated the birthdays exercises Sunday. Bibles will of Medical Lake. of Mrs. Dick Jordan and Harve be presented those going into A reception will follow the Yordan. It also honored the he intermediate grades. Par- program. Pouring will be Mrs. mothers in the party, eats and friends are invited. William Mohs and serving will Miss Florence Rue left this GUILD M i be the Misses Betty Thomson, week for a visit with her rela- Gayle Michaelsen, Eileen Hey- tires in Boise. She travelled Mrs. Kenneth Conley enter- er and Terry Nilles. Ushers with Mrs. Lucile Pierson, who tained the afternoon circle of will be Miss Gwen Jackson and will be a guest of her son and the Lutheran Church Ladies Miss Kendall Rehn. family. Guild at her home Anyone interested is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Don Harris ternoon. Mrs. Agnes from Spokane were Mont president, conducted the meet RECITAL SET evening guests of her ing and study period. After- Mrs. C. W. Alexander will: Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball. noon tea was served, present her class of piano stu- Miss Mildred French dents in a public recital in th tained as house guests Mrs. SCOTS PLAN POTLUCK City Hall this Friday evenin George E. Leavit of Pale Alto, St. Andrews Society of the There are 12 performers an, Calif., Mrs. Margaret Warren Inland Empire will hold a pot- a number of guest stars. Hi fi and Miss Agnes McHugh of luck dinner Sunday at 2 p. m. background music will be Spokane. at the Cheney City Hall. Those played during the refreshment Mrs. Minnie Henderson and attending are asked to bring lmur, provided by the mothers daughters spent Monday after- their own dishes. All Scottish of the class. noon in Cheney and visited her clans are to be present, and brother, Bus Hamlett, in the there will be piping and dane- OES TO MEET Cheney Nursing Home. ing. Martha Chapter, OES, will observed. Phone BE 5-4410 EDGETT BROS. We Make Keys PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTING HOME TOWN HARDWARE PHONE BE 5-4402 The new president conclud- ed the meeting with a few re- Riehter, Rodgers, Wimberley & Ericson marks and 'nnounced the 708 ONB Bldg., Spokane 1, Wash. meeting of the new board of NOTICE TO CREDITORS directors to be June 12 at 9:30 No. r/2705 a. m. at her home to receive In the Superior court of the State of Washington in and for the County of and approve the department Spokane. programs for the yearbook, In the Matter of the Estate of GWENDOLYN L. KRUMBHOLZ, de- when each 'department reads ceased. and discusses plans for the Notice is hereby given that the under- year signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this court and Mrs. Harry Urban was voted has qualified accordingly, and that all inio membership and will be parsas having elalms against aatd deceased are required to IZe in Handicraft Department. c,ams, duly verified, with necessary vouchers "upon the undersigned at '/08 Old International Education De- National Bank Building, Spokane 1. partment was the hostess Washington or upon Richter, Rodgers, Wimberley & Ericson the attorneys of group and served refreshments record at their office at 708 Old National with Mrs. Ball presiding at the Bank Bldg., Spokane, Washington and punch bowl. Decorations were fie such claim with proof of such service in the office tulips, spirea and lilacs. A dis- of the clerk of the above COurt at the City of Spokane, Washington, within play table was on hand for six months after the first lublication of yearly scrapbooks and mater- this notice, or they will be forever ials from the conventions. arred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 25th day of May, 1962 Walter Otto Krumbholz, Executor of the above estate. Paul H. Richter. Attorney of Richter, Rodgers, Wimberley & Ericsvn 708 ONB Bldg., Spokane 1. Wash. (May 25-June 8) KATHLEEN M. West 1015 Garland NOTICE TO No. '/2219 In the Superior Court Washington im and for Spokane. In the Matter of EFFIE H. YOST, a/k/a A. Yost, Notice is signal has of the above estate in this !qualified according, and havirg claims again#st required to claimS, with necessary signed at West 1015 Spokane. Washington or M. Taft the office at West 1015 kane, Washington and with proof of such serviCe of the Clerk of the City of Spokane. Was six months after the of this notice, or they barred Date of the notice is 25th day o u Ruth Gralapp, estate. Kathleen M. Taft W. 1015 Garlar#d Ave., (May 25-June Kelth. Winsten 14 S & E Bldg.. NOTICE TO [o. r/151'/" In the uperior Court Washington in and for Spokane In the Matter of the ANNA KEIM Notice is hereby signed has been of the above estate in has qualified accordin persons having claims petent are required to verified, with necessary the undersigned at 514 ern Bldg., Spokane, upon Keith, Winston, torneys of record at the same address claim with proof in the office of the Court at the City of ton, within six months publication, of this notiCe, be forever [. Date of the first notice is 25th Nelson B. above estate 514 S & E Bldg., (May 25-June