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Page 4 t;heney Free Press Friday, May 28, 1965 TILICUM NEWS Tle Tihcum club museum in the jtmior high sctrool lmflding was visited by a Blue Bird group with Mrs. Hedtke Wed- nesOay afterrroon. Fourteen members arid mothers were present. Visitors may tour the mus- eu&apos;m next week by appoint- men with a committee headed by lrs. A. B. Cutting. A rmrn. ber of ,additior,l gifts lave been ,given and are recorded. Mrs. James Shindler was hostess for a dixmer party, sponsored by the Evemrg I.. eary departanent of Tilicum Tuesday .evening at her home. lembers provided a Imtlck dimaer and several guests were present. Mrs. Della Grant Chairman, condtucted the ,busi- ness meeting. For Buying Selling And Appraising COINS John's COIN SHOP West 506 Sprague Ave. Spokane John J. Naccarato RI 7-4490 Bus. FA 8.4740 Res. Member ANA-26498 PNNA, 84 This Graduation give the man who has everything something he's never had before ACCUTRON "214" Handsome stainless steel case, hand-applied hour markers. AIII- ptor strap. Waterproof*, shock- protected. $12S.O0 ...the right time of day. Even the most expensive watch can't keep time as precisely as Accutron. That's because all the mechanical parts that make a conventional watch fast or slow have been left out of it. The AccutrorPmovement Is electronic. It's powered by e battery that keeps a tiny tun- !ng fork vibrating 360 times a Imcond, and it comes with the first guaranteet of accuracy ever 81ven. (You might like to , know that the U.S. uses Accu- tron movements in satellites end Issued them to all X-15 pilots.) You can't give a man more perfect gift of time. SMITH JEWELERS TAKE 9 MONTHS TO PAY P IIlu m ulndal iuNI crown m Intad. tWe will acllust to this tolerance, if necelb sary. Ouarcmtee Is for one full yeor. Price plus I. ui i n MRS. RAY SCHULTS S INSTALLED AS NEW PRESIDENT Gamma Theta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met May 18 at the home of Mrs. Ted Stahl- born. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Ron Johnson ,and Mrs. RiChard Miller. Retiring president Mrs. Ray Krebsbach and her executive board installed the following newly-elected officers: President, Mrs. Ray Sclults; vice president, Mrs. Merritt Johason; reeorng rseeretary, Mrs. Bob Arderson; treasurer, Mrs. Bill Kidd; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Larry Oeser; city eourmil representative, Mrs. Ray Giles. The program was presented by Mrs. Glen KirChner. Her topic was "Canada." A farewell luncheon was held May 22 in: Spokane. Hon- ored guests were Mrs. Rger lhvder, Mrs. Glenn Kirchner, lrs. Robert Pugmire, and Mrs. Thorne Tibbitts. Dr. and Mrs. Harder recently nmved to Spokane. Dr. and Mrs. Kirehner will move to Vancouver, B. C., in June. C'apt. and Mrs. Pugraire will leave in June for Anchorage, Aaska and E4mendorff Air Force Base. Mr. and Mrs. Tib- bitts will reside in Astor, Ore. for the next year. The honorees were present- ed with a corsage and gift from Chapter members. Mrs. James Ashley Is RNC Visitor Last Thursday Mrs. L. W. Pdetz entertained the RNC club in her home at 312 N. 4th. Mrs. James Ashley, who now makes her home a,t Grand-: view, was present. She has been a member of tile club since it was organized 25 years ago. Guests were Mrs. Alice Looper, Walnut Creek, Calif., ,ad Mrs. Kirby Sooy, Oheney. lVIs. Luke Best was appohat- ed s the new aety chairman. Ms. Howard B,uob and Mrs. Kate Anderson, who visited Rickey  Lakeland Village, re- ported that he clothes which were delivered f'i fairly wet1. Achievement Day was discussed. Nine 'members had attende,d and exleSsed appreciation for the goad fod served and for the program. The county and state ,awards received :by the ehb were placed in the scrap- book. Mrs. Hovavd Bu'ob present- ed e lesson on the care of finisth and refinis'hing o kit- Chen ixtures ,and a.ppliaaCes. The next meeting will be Jame 17 at the home of Mrs. Osborne Bels, by. Special po- gram far the ,afternoon will be .demonsati.ors by the Amber Rambler 4-H club under the direction of a,stan.t leader, Mrs. Itoward Marsh. Mrs..Cecil Hardesty, La Jla, Calif., is siren(ling a few weeks here with her son ha law an,d daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Howard Pitts 'and three children. NEWLY WEDS--Miss Sharon Heyer of Cheney became the bride cf Kenneth Chrissinger in a double ring ceremony per- !Ecrmvd at the Cheney City Hall auditorium May 1. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heyer. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chrissinger of Kalispell, Mont. Janet Lehn Honored With Bridal Shower Mrs. Waldo Ja.ekson and daughter, Gwen, and Mrs. M. S. Surbeck and dau:ghter, Eliaine, were hostesses at a bri- dal shower at the Jackson home Saturday aterrmn hon- oring Miss Janet Lehn, bride- elect of Stephen Conners. Miss Lehn is the daughter of Mrs. Milton O. Le!hn of Espa- nola and the Iate Mr. Lerl. Her bridal color scheme of pale green, pink and wte was carried out in decorations mad refireshments. GiSts were pre- sented in green bushel 'has- kees decorated with potatoes depicing Mr. Conaors' work this summer. Mary Lehn, oun,ger sister of the bride- elect, ,assisted with the gift ope:ing. Cormers will be a,sociated with his father in the procuce business in the Coktmbia Ba- sin area. Next fall both wiL be seniers at WSU. PEO Chapter Meets At Hagie Residence Mrs. Daryt Hagie and Mrs. George Wal2a.ce were hostesses to the PEO chapter Wechaes. days at the Hagie home. FoRowing lurche,on, the business: meeting was con.duct- ed by the presiden!t, Mrs. Rh:h- avd Ro.os. For the program, Mrs. Nola Brown reviewed the magazine article "Stay Alive." Twenty.six members were preset. Mr. and Mrs. John Vn P, runt ,are spending today in Davenport at a family reunion of the Mauer family." Memorial Day Weekend Specials at Foland's Produce 1. Fresh Vegetables Flowers 2. Memorial Day CHENEY 3. Oranges, 49c d 1121 1ST. STREET oze00:00 Zngagement Of Martha Dressier Is Announced The engagement of Miss Martha Dressier to Mr. Alan ]-ten,ry Kane was announced at a p,avty ,at the Dressler home in Seattle recently. Miss Dressier, daughter of Mrs. Graham Dressler and the l,ate Dr. Dressier, is a graduate of Cheney IIigh School. She is a senior at the University of Wa, shington in the Arts and Scion:cos honors program and is a serfior honor woman. I 235-4664 MARTHA D RESSLER Mr. Kane. son of Mr. aaad Mrs. Herry Kane, Seattle, re- ceived his B. A. degree from the University of Wshingtoa. He will graduate from the law sch.oal in June. No wedding date h,as been set. Mrs. Dressler and Martha lan to spend the sumner and fail in Europe. They wl tour a few days with the Donald King Smiths in Egl, and the middle of June. Martha will attend the Urdversity ,of Wash- ington summer school program in Vienma, Salzburg and Ber- lin. Mrs. Edwin Dummeier will join Mrs. Dressier in Vienna in July, an, d the Dresslers hope to meet the Mark Rat- cl,ffes in Athens, Greece, in October. Methodist Women Note Anniversary With Tea At Church Methodist chttrda Women's Society celebrated their silver anniversary at a tea Sunday aeternoon. Five men of the original Metlodist chttrch WS- CS ho ,had given contimmus service were in,ored and pro-i sented with 25 year pins. A. W. Plips made the preserta- ti, ons. They we,re Mrs. H,oaner Pierce, M_vs. J. S. Lane, Mrs.. W. J. Cart ,and Mrs. Clhris Betz. Mrs Francis Kuehl, presi- dent, was in charge and 100 members arid guests were pves'- ent The refreshment table was centered with a specilly dec- orated cake. Mrs. Mae Van Seoyoe and Mrs. Carl Hend- ricks cut and served. Pouing coffee was Mrs. G. R. axwell; servirrg pun,ch wa Mrs. John Van Brurt. Hardlhag the guest register were Mrs. Leslie Mill and .Mrs. Edw)n Okerston. Mrs. Don Patterson was in charge of presentation of cor- sages. Luncheon Is Held Mrs. Morris Sl.avens was hon- ored guest at a n,o-host lunch- e,on a,t the home of Mrs. J. W. Hodge Friday. Other guet Mrs. James Lane, Mrs. H. N. Stron- ach, Mrs. Gene Gardner, Mrs. Carl Rttdoff, Mrs. Veo Small; Mrs Clyde Stewart, Mrs. Omer Pence ,and Mrs. Len Ratclfffe. Clubwomen Honor Mrs. George Brown Mrs. George Brown was hon- ored as the pioneer clubwoman ,:f the Northeastern District of Federated Womens elub:s at the si.ate convention in Spokane May 10-12 along with five oher pioneer women ,of the state; she was seated at a special din- nc,r table and presented with awards. Other awards that came to the Tilieum club were a blue ribbon first prize for the ar- thritis research fund conduct- ed by the club; certificate for fine arts for 52 crafts items do- n, ated t the state bazaar and the downtown art show in Cheney. The state president, Mrs. Wayne Chastain, was present- ed an honorary membership emblem by Cheney hig,h school girs in the Future Hmemak- ers of America by Peg Smith and Mrs. Waldo of Cben;ey High School. Assis,ting at the convention were time keepers Mrs. Stan Pierce and Mrs. Warren Wes- terra, an. Mrs. A. B. Cutting of the state board gave the table grace at the Monday night din- er. Mrs. Earl Moos, Mrs. F. L. Pateliffe Jr., Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Westerman were serving hos,tesses for he grand recep- t;'on, which concluded the con- vention LODGE NEWS I p. m. at the home of Glenn Dobbins. Reports will be made on the men's retreat at Zeph- yr Lodge over the weekend. Re v. Don Ross and six men at- tended the retreat. The month- ly board meeting will be held Tuesd, ay at the church at 7:3'0 p. m. METHODIST The final meeting o.f the year for the Methodist Church k.VSCS was held Tuesday, May 25. A picn'ic diner was served. Mrs. Francis Kuehl, president, conducted a sh, ort business meeting with devotions. Re- ports were given on the offic- ers' training course held in Spokane Audubon church Mon- day. Attending were Mesdames Kuehl, Mae Van Seoyoc, Hen- dricks, Myrtha Mill, A. W. Phil- lips, Don Patterson ,and Leslie Mill and Miss LillLan Hall. It was also unnouneed the WSCS officers will be installed 'al the Sunday morning services. NEWS BRIEFS Norman Hicks, EWSC grad- uate, will leave soon for Fort Knox, Ky. where he will be commissioned in the army. Mrs. Verne Rolfe, Portland, formerly of Cheney when the late Mr. Roise was the local banker, spe rt part of 1,ast week here. She was a house guest o,f Mrs. D. G. Jerue and Mr. and Mrs. Rielavd loos. A coffee lour May 20 complimented M:rs. Rolfe ,at Mrs. Jerue'S e.d queen June 12 in open: afternoon ceremonies in the Ma.sonic Temple. CHURCH NEWS UNITED The Youth Fellowship of the United Church of Chris on Stmday, May 30, 6 p. m. will bare ,a receptiou for me,mbe.s of the eighth grade who will enter hgh school this fall. The eighlfia grader and their friends are eocdially invited. Dr. ,arid Mrs. Roland B. Lewis are sporsors for the Fellow- ship. The Rev. Phifip L. Eisen- hauer lt Sunday evening served as liturgist at the con- stituting se,rviee {or the new coagregtion of the United Church of Ohrist t Mercer lSnd. Monday, Tuesday and Wedresd:ay he attended the plannlin,g ,session's of the Wash- ington-North I'd,aho cnerence of the United Church o,f C,hrist at the conferene cam!p, Pil- grfm Firs, on the Olympic Penirsula. This is a simultan- l eots assembly of all sta,te can- I ference committees. Mr. Eisen- (hauer is a nmmbev of the ]church extension and o,f the ] coordatirg committees. I CHRISTIAN-- I The Christian church Wom- I en s Fell:owsNp w :hld instal- I lation Thursday a fterrmon at I the home of 1airs. Mary Ash- Iv earth. Mrs. Don Ross will 'be l ir.stallin, g officer, assisted by [the 'retiring president,,,, Mrs. Ed : Willoughby. Officers to be installed are Mrs. Jim Blackshaw, preNdet; Mrs. Henry Franz, fst vice president; Mrs. Elmer Marsh, secon,d vice president; Mrs:. /tta Presnell, secretary; Mrs. Glenn Dobbins, treasurer; Mrs. James Churchwell, worsp :service; Mrs. Beth Smith study chairman; Mrs. Muriel Cree and Mrs. Henry Rudf, co- clmia'men for service. The Men's Fellowship will be held Wednesday at 7:30 REBEKAH Rebekah lodge will hod a Friendship night Wednesday evening, June 2, in the IOOF hall. Hope odge, Spokane, will come for a joint meeting and guests will attend from other lodges. Mrs. Agnes Charlton, .oble grand, will report on support of the appearance ef the "Melody Singers" coucert tonight at the high school at 8 p. m., which will assist Alex [ Rajah, winner of the essay cn- [ test trip sponsored by Re,bekah and IOOF lodges____. Job's Daughters met Tues- day evening to make plans hrr the instalhti,on of Anne Sta:hl-  born, who wiLl become honor-: home. Mr. an, d Mrs. Merl Stifflr are vising :his s}ster in Salem, Ore. WE WORRY When we fill tions we feel a tern for your l'y understand that yours or a tamily's that has customer in this don't enjoy being selves ,and one oes into ail filled here is a tha( .our medicines your health. But we may rmt drugs are not aiways ings. pain, eaim the trol spasm, ,and blood 'ou less ale.rt at wheel of your ear, i the very you are being a handicap to Undoubtedly has disctrssed with you. We his don't to worry more do. BE 5-6: W. H. West GIFT FortheGra Cheney Dept.  /iii!: !, ;i.!iii!i} <ii ii!il GRADUATION Around The Worl What's the perfect gift for a new Indian tribe presents a brand new warrior new bride. Another drinks a heady blend of powdered game bones and ashes! A haircut is in some communitieswhile in others, like after-shave sets and perfume. Know what a is and how it gives some male graduates iority over women? Which is the oldest known? What University wouldn't give you you kept your pet falcon on the premises? the world for odd coming-of-age customs and THE CITY OF CHENEY GRADUATING SENIORS GO WELL WITH BA PLYMOUTH BARRACUDAS, THAT IS, AT CHENEY