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May 27, 1982

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Thursday, May 27, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 3 ) &apos;sday, May 27 Wren Pierson from 10 at 7 a.m. at Elegant ['he unive i,s'- ..... to ,er"A workshop on "How Lll cont al History Interviews" I some ted by Margo Knight, I ^,__. ate Commission for the nu,uy =st Coas m 9 a.m. to noon. At 1 efficientt lth, graduate student, n's nowe history and contribu- nd Aqua to the develoPment of J Proctors to celebrate golden date The children of Charles and Ellen Proctor announce an open house for relatives and friends in honor of their parent's 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, June 6 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the United Church of Christ, 423 N. Sixth St., Cheney. The couple has resided in the Cheney area since 1941. Charles was employed as Maintenance Foreman at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge for 28 years, and Ellen worked a number of years in the Housing Department at Eastern Washington University. Both are active in volunteer work at the Cheney Care Center, where Ellen has been volunteer coordinator for the past two years. The Proctors have two daughters and six grandchildren. Hosts for the open house are their daughters and families, T costs of: Washingtn University's Robert and Jeanne Grogan and Ted and '. les meet at 9 a m in the Jeannette Ham. ,sis up 0u " ' WU--in t{ ncil Chambers in the It has been asked that there be no .. gifts. :e droPchool_Senio r Exams. 12 mon. .q.iday May 28 'eaucea c ' ...  heel--Senior Dress-Up Barrel clinic set tlon has followed by a Thespian A rodeo barrel clinic is planned for ; p.m. at the Chapter the Cheney Rodeo grounds on June 5 tion Center in Snokane. :nag;;High Schooi--semor test- and 6. The event is sponsored by the Cheney ,Five and six a viable . Rodeo Association. For reservations .Urday May 29 key to tl,: -. and more information, call 487-6236. ation, a wren Vmrson from 9 a.m. Correction The Diet Center, located next to the Cheney Free Press office in the new F&M Business Center, opened its doors on Monday. Julie Love, manager, reported that the phone number listed in last week's news story was incorrect. The correct number is 235-2600. or of E d s Russ  ay, May 30 r--The Cheney American :sical PI will hold a service at 10 of cred w Cemetary. ' Hatting m savinnday, May 31 cooperP-No School its who sday, June 1 uiremeters--at the Cheney Christ- 11:45 a.m. and 7 p.m. ______)y-Medical Lake Rotary at Elegant Egg. U Wren Pierson from 10 High School--Seniors will nnuals at l p.m. At 7 p.m. ts Awards program will , May 2old gym. gravy q School--Senior bacca- sticks, e held at 8 p.m. in the tsket upchool Gymnasium. In the lettuce !Academic Awards Con- rig, hotbe held from 8:45 to 9:20 nilk. l Day V8 basket nesday, Jne $ ; and cacal Lake Kiwanis meet nge weds the cafeteria at Eastern ladas, tl. ot butteteeeption--hosted by the and millation Association for dri- ay 27-JuSer Eldon Engel will be ied chicbme ec room of the high nd fruit to 6 p.m. cheese High--will hold its final ill pickle year at the school at 6: 30 Day He} High School--Commence- vrap, o} for seniors will be held at sticks & Ty Boyer ement told Gordon S. Wilson, e, announce the engage- Lorraine Carole Steven Boyer, son of !yer of Kent and Mrs. n of Hillsboro, Ore. ;o-be is a 1980 graduate of High School and a 1981 Kinman Business Univer- ]Y, she is employed as a nt at Lakeland Village in The groom-to-be is a 1979 H --::-. i-i illsboro High School. is stationed at Fairchild .u .-t A;se. [[I ]/lwedding is being planned ild AFB Chapel. Charles and Ellen Proctor Club/Social News Music students hold recital H.T. Wong, associate professor of history at Eastern Washington University, will show slides and speak on his recent trip to China on June 2 at the noon Cheney Senior Citizen dinner at Cheney City Hall. Those attending the potluck are asked to bring their own plates, cups and tableware. All seniors are invited. Cheney Cub Scout Pack #322 has been especially active these past few weeks. On May 6, Cubs visited Fairchild A.F.B. and were able to "fly" a B-52 similator, which is used to give pilots extra training. Unfortunately, most of the boys crashed and burned before landing the aircraft. Den leader, Mark Marshall (a student from Eastern Washington University) was thankful it was only a trainer and not for real. On May 13, the pack was working on their American Heritage achievement and needed to visit some old homes in their community. Fortunately, Darwin Page of 304 4th St., Cheney, allowed them to visit his 102-year-old house. Through his own studies, Page was able to tell them the history surrounding the house and several others in the neighborhood. The boys were especially impressed with the wood burning stoves and the old-fashioned, push-button toilet. The pack learned many important things about bicycle safety and regulations when Cheney policewoman Rindi Twiss visited their den meeting May 20. That evening, they were involved in a Bike Rodeo at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Eddie Hemenway took five 'of the top awards and was suspected of knowing how to ride a bike before he could walk. At the awards ceremony that evening, Darin Saunders received his Wolf Badge, while John Johnson and David Carr received their Bear Badges. Three boys were raised to the rank of Webelo Scout -- Gregory Beavers, David Carr, and Eddie Hemenway. Summer plans are already being made starting with an outdoor barbeque June 8 at the home of their den leader, Sandy Beavers. They will continue to have outings at Clear Lake and participate in the July Cheney Rodeo. This pack has achieved many well-earned awards and kept their parents as well as their leaders extremely proud of them! Cheney Free Press subscribers who have not received their paper for the last two weeks will be receiving renewal notices early next week. Due to an unfortunate breakdown in usual office procedures, persons whose subscriptions had expired as far back as January were stopped without notice on April 29. If your subscription has been stopped and you do not receive a renewal notice by the end of next week, please call the Cheney Free Press on our Spokane-line at 747-7395. Music students of Lois Baumgartner and Glea Trulove performed in a spring recital, held May 21 at the Baumgart- ner home. Piano students included Melissa Kenoyer, Emil Kraft, Heidi Baumgart- ner, Jeramie Alvis, Heather Tatman, Annie Montecucco and Dee Ann Stor- mat. Scott Lambright Becky Kiver and Lee Ann Reber performed accordian selections, and Lisa Betz performed on the organ. Church News Cheney Baptist Church Cheney Baptist Church will hold a Vacation Bible School, June 21-25, for children ages four through sixth grade. Classes will be from 9 a.m. until noon and will be led by Director Nadine Hopp. Transportation and registration can be arranged by calling 235-8306. Bible stories, crafts, music, puppet shows and a poster contest will be included. Poster contest forms may be picked up at the Vacation Bible School or from Hopp at the New York Life ,office in downtown Cheney. The church, headed by Pastor Bob Thomason, is located at Oakland and North Second streets. Mrs. Deedee Gamon will give nuclear information at the June 17 meeting of the R.N.C. Homemakers. This will be an open meeting at I p.m. at 319 N. 6th, 2heney, and you are invited. Grace Kurtz and Alice Spuler will be hostesses at the Washington Women's Heritage Project Thursday afternoon, May 27. This photo exhibit will be on display at the First Interstate Bank of Spokane, Riverside and Howard, through May 28, followed by a show at the University City Mall June 1-14. The theme is "Women--Working and Caring." The public is invited. $1 DRESS SAL THURS., FRI., SAT. ONLY Buy 1st Dress at - also- Regular Price Select Group of Get Co-ordinates & 2nd Dress Separates FURTHER fo r $1 REDUCED Amy's c,os,o.o.o., .m,, ,. I Boutique c,.n.,w. Mon.-Sat. g:30 to 5:30 te T!Pg, .Ehrgott cks narr, age ning announces the en-  her daughter, Ginger ryan Elliot Ehrgott, son of . Ralph Ehrgott, Spokane. to-be graduated from Che- k:hool in 1978 and will m Eastern Washington s June. The groom-to-be ,=L,,,ited from Cheney High i &lffy and currently works for a tore in Spokane !Wedding is planned. Lori Kay Hatch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hatch, 124 N. Fifth St., Cheney, and Hugh James Russell, 720 W. First St., Cheney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Russell, Jr., Spokane, were united in marriage May 1 during a 2 p.m. ceremony at the United Church of Christ in Cheney, the Rev. Harold Bodle officiat- ing. Providing special music for the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Clair McNeal of Cheney, who sang "The Wedding Song" and "The Lord's Prayer." Jean Stevens provided the organ music. Cheney School District. After a wedding trip to Priest Lake, tim couple returned to make their home in Cheney. The bride chose a white, full-length gown with a square neckline, while also having ruffles on the bottom and a tie in back. She wore blue and white silk flowers in her hair and carried a bouquet of white roses with blue daisies. Maid of honor Jana Hatch, sister of the bride, wore a baby-blue, mid-length dress and carried a baby-blue silk rose. Bridesmaids Krisann Hatch, sister of the bride, and Christy Fanning, friend of the bride, wore matching dresses and carried similar flowers. Brad Reynolds, friend of the groom, and Randy and Tim Russell, brothers of the groom, served as grooms- men. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the church's Fellowship Hall. Assisting with the serving were Mary Kingsley, Susan Oswald, Kathy Crabb and Celia Hatch, sister-in-law of the bride. Both the bride and groom are 1979 graduates of Cheney High School. She currently is attending Eastern Washington University, where she is majoring in education. He is studying law enforcement at Spokane Community College. Both are employed by \\; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Russell At Your Ubraff Lots of new books at your library this week: RIVER OF DEATH by Alistair MacLean; an expedition to the wilds of the Amazon River in Brazil is fraught with danger and sus- pense; will the party reach the fabled lost city of the Amazon or will it fall prey to the Chapatas, with their deadly blow darts, or the Horena, who slowly torture their victims? THE SVALBARD PASSAGE by Thomas Kirkwood; an internation- al group of agents, diplomats, journalists and citizens brings the world to the brink of nuclear war in this novel of intrigue and suspense set in the frozen north. HANGMAN'S ROW by Aaron Marc Stein; Matt Erridge visits Amsterdam and, sure enough, he finds murder and mystery, with a young woman involved. THE DEBUTANTES by June Singer; four young women become fast friends in finishing school in the 40's; this novel is the saga of the next four decades of their lives, as the "poor little rich girls" love, marry, experience family disaster and revolve within the orbit of the rich. BABY LOVE by Joyce Maynard; a week in the lives of four young women immersed in the toil and charm of pregnancy and young infants; so what if they aren't 6o,00. a,,za Now that Spring is really here (knock.knock) come check out our all-new evergreen display area and our hundreds of varieties of nursery stock of all kinds (3-5 kinds of fruit and nut trees alone!) We love to have people wander and look and ask questions. We still have a good supply of persbnally.selected bedding plants. THE COUNTRY GARDEN NURSERY on the Cheney-Spokane (Fish Lake) Rd. one mile from Cheney . Monday through Saturday 9-7, Sunday 10-4 -- - I I IIII I [ married or husband has left for greener pastures, they'll get along or will they? A novel of the trials and tribulations of teen mothers. Helsing graduates Air National Guard Airman Douglas J. Helsing, son of Paul and M.A. ltel- sing, 532 W. Third St.. Cheney, has graduated from the U.S Air Force electronic corfiputer and swflching sys- tems course as Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. by a 1 novel of "The Brain," the National Center for Data Control computer with information on millions of citizens and the staggering dilem- ma which occurs when a six-year- L BUY 2 GET ] FREE _. old psychic tampers with the machine. THINNER THAN WATER by E.X. Ferrars; Virginia and Felix Freer star in this murder mystery set at a wedding. THE MOSQUITO COAST by Paul Theroux; Allie Fox, Massa- chusetts father of a normal Ameri- can family uproots all to take his family to a primitive world in the jungles of Central America to escape what he sees as the immi- nent breakdown of civilization. A modern-day Robinson Crusoe story. FRBRIC SUNSHINE SPECtRLS Gauze Solids 2.99 yd. 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