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Pge 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, lWay 29, 1964 TO BE INSTALLED--Ruth Bell will be installed as queen of the Cheney Bethel of Job&apos;s Daughters Sunday at 2 p. m. at the /sonic Temple. RUTH BELL INSTALLATION SET FOR SUNDAY AT MASONIC TEMPLE Sunday at 2 p. m. Chermy' nlessengers are Peggy Steins, Bethetl of Job's Daughters will Narmy Weisman, Mariazme hold open irstaltiOn core- Jo'hnson, Renee Plieo atcl monies for Miss Ruth Bell and Gay SwegI, e. Senior custodian her corps of officers. Past is Dianne Salter; jvmior custo- quoen ,and sanior pr'umesses dian, SLtsan Mler; tner W'l be it a]irg offcers, wih guard, Kristy Norelius; outer families, friend, s and rellfives gu;axi, Rhon, d I-Iibhard; soo- invited, ist, Marian, no Johnson; assist- Officers wih  Bell are an recorder, Assist, ant musi- sexdor princess, JenMer Jor- cian, Rosanne G aoasr. C'loir dan; junr princess, Are members .are Annie Goodwin, Sta,lborn; guide, Patricia air, Franbces Hale, Sherry Oob, and marshal, Ann Cordill. Arp- IAnda Ray arid Nancy Steiner. lointive ofts are, chaplin, Lambert; librarian, Lma A reception will foBow in Betz; musician, Sue Betz; re- the dinin," g room of e Mason- , Jerri Glmton, and ic Temple, Where cerennies treasurer, Mary Bouts. Five are hd. PH I L STI FFLER IN CiViC THEATER PJ-,I er, 14 year ld son of Mr. ml Mrs. Jk Stiffler of Clmney, is ,getting a fine sat in Civic Theater J Spo- kane. He is now playkng in the pductiong of "Gypsy" every 2hursdy, Friday and Satur- day ghCs tm June 6. "Dhe show has ,bee , a L'u house eer since the cerng MaMy 15. Phil ;hs been selected to ,play i the next summer preduction, "Bes Are Ringing." He will i;n,g and dance in ts show, as he is in "Gypsy." Mrs. H. S. Barrett Hosts R. N. C. Club At May Gathering Mrs. H. S. Bin-rot was os- s for RNC Club at  ,home Ma 21. Nine members were preant. Mm. Ener Tiedt con- ducted the meeting in the absence of h,e presider, t. ltl cl was amswered with tmefl household hints or interesting news items. A report on the County Achievement Day activities ws given by ,lhose attending. They were Mrs. L. C. C0rdill, Mrs. Howard Buob, Mrs. Luke Beat, Mrs. H. S. Barrett, Ms. E. N. A14rich and Mrs. J. H. Stmer. Mrs. Codil gave the inooation and IVies. Slmler awarded schorslps to Fran- ces Spann, who is graduating f,om Freenma Hgh SctmM, ad to Sharon Huffm:an, vho is graduating fTom Deer Park High School. Mrs. Spuler gave a summary of the program plannng meet- hg he attended lay 15. This was a germral outline of top- ies to be studSed in 1965..Mrs. Btmb 'oral Mrs. Barrett gave a t escort on new fibbers ad fab- ric s, exp}ainng trada n'ames and their relation. The Ju, nle meeting will be at tlm0ne of Mrs. Howard Buob. troll el wi be the selection of e rtamed iris plant, wMch the hostess hopes will be blooming try then. CHENEY COUPLE WED IN TEXAS Miss Susan Lee Bean and Clifford A. Ferguson were united in marriage  a double ring ceremmtS, lVay 16 in the Sunset Pptist churc at DI Pao, Texas. The Rev. Jhn Pemson officiated. The bride, caughter of Mr. aad Mrs. Arflmr Be.n, attend- ed Cheney sclmols ,and Eastern Washirtgton Stae college. Fergu,son, san of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Feguson, also at- tended Ctmney sclools. He is in the U. S. Army stationed at El Paso wmre he coltple make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Bea went to Paso ir the xceling. They ret 'home lay 21. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carter eTect their son, C. C. Jr., home June 4 from Lexinon, Mo., where he attemls milim'y Sorority Installs Mrs. R. Krebsbach As New President Gamma Theta elmoter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the ihome of Mrs. Tom Scott May 19. Keports from the sehoMr- amp committee were given by Mrs. Richard  ad .Mrs. Janms Dyek, wire ammur=l that a recipient ,had been found far the $150 cege warrmn :scheaship. Fuher pns ere disetmsed eotmring the Beta baseball game. This game is a benefit for the Ahritis Pound'ation mtd  be held July 29. Inalhtion of officers for the next year were held wi the Sol, towing members in- stated: ,president, Mrs. Ray Krebsbeh:vice president, Mm./ Richard ,Hge2An; recording: secretary, Mrs. James Dyck; corresponding secregary, Mrs. Ja,mes $ohnm; treasurer, Mrs. Roger Harder; ci:y court- ell representative, M's. Mer- ritt Jahnson: Cts were pro- set, ted to tn0. officers by tlmse retiring. Mrs. Norman Tlmpson and] Mrs. tto'ad J01mson present- I ed Mrs. Ray Schlitz, who I showd ,slides' and presented a i program titled, "A Kousewife's Vgew of Erghnd." Refresiments were served by assistirtg hostesses Mrs. Don Helm and Mrs. ames Dyek. The next meeting wffi be hem ,at the h.ome of Mrs. Ghn Kirvhner June 2, With Mrs. Wi'am Tavenner pre- senting he program. Mrs. Corbit Goes To Ritzville Meet Mrs. IAllard C0bit, gas president of the American Leg- on Auxiliary, went to PAtz- viile for the district cofer: ence and elect2o of the new president. Mrs. Jo, Cramer was pre- seated by the ong com. mittee for new district presi- dent and was elected. Other officers will be named next mnth. Mr. Coa'bR acompn.ied Mrs. Corbit arid attended the Leg. iunire eonfererce berg .held at the same time. TILICUM NEWS The board of directors will meet Tuesday ,mor at the home of .Mrs. Stagey Pierce to .approved programs ,for the Interrtonal education de- partment e|'osed the club year with a mornrg brtmch at Mrs. James Coss 'anan's home on Thursday morning. Members held the toastmistress pro- gram, with ea, c speaking. Mrs. Obed Wson, outgoing eh, was 'in elvarge, and Mrs. Mik) Ball, new Obairman, spoke on phns for the year. The club's b.istorial mus- eum may he visited during the summer moths by contacting the musemn committee far des. CHURCH NEWS METHODIST Officers of the women's so- ciety of the Methodist church will be installed Surday m<mn- ing. Mrs. Frans Kuehl is the ir, eomirtg president. A picnic in Sutton Park was the final mee:ting of the year for the Methodist church wom- en's society, with 25 presertt. Mrs. John Van Brunt, retiring president, and her committee were in charge. New officers of the society attended a trainirg course for all officers of the Methodist churches of the dtrict Fi- day at Spokane lanito Meth- odist church. NAZARENE The Cheney Ohurch of the Nazarene will be exchanging pastors with the Lewiston Or- chards Naaverte Church Sun- day. Rev. Wils Barney, pastor of the Lewiston church, will be preaching at morning and evening services. George Nich- ois will do the smme at Lew- istn. Services will he at 11 a. re. and 7p.m. Sunday evening thee will be .and exclmnge of musical talent between the Shadle Park Church of Spokane and the Cheney church. This is a feature of the 10 Nazarene churches in the Spo area. From the Shad,le Park church, the Browns will fr- nish music for the spas. At the 6:15 p. m. service they will show slides of work they are on,ring. Fom Cheney a mixed quar- tet will be sent, formed by Stan and Dorothy Hen4ricks, Maxine Sprague, and Rbert Shea. CHRISTIAN The Christian Women's Fel- lowship will hod installation Thursday Mternoo at the home of Mrs. Henry Franz. The fomh dtrict seareta, Mrs. W. R..Baker, wi be in- sg officer. Mrs. Ed Wil- ouglby, new president, and the fottowing officers will be itaed: Mrs. Franz, first vice president; Mrs. Elmer Marsh, second vice presideut and chairman of library; Mrs. Etta Presnel% secretary; Mrs. Lee Allen, .treastwer; Mrs. W41son Cree arid Mrs. E. A. M, eo-chairme of .service; Mrs. Dormld tkss, study ehavma; Mrs. Ivy , wvrsh ser- vice; Mrs. Roy Lotto, member- shiTPle board of, cltrectars wi, meet Tuesday at 7:80 p. m, LUTHERAN Lutheran women Will meet a the Church Wednesday to hear Dr. Haase .speak on Mex- ico. Dr. and Mrs.  Do,- amen wi he speciel missiun- evy speakers the Four Lakes Oommunity Church Sunday, May 31, at 7:30 p. m. The Den- aldSons will go to West Ivian, formerly New Guinea. LODGE NEWS Rehekah and IOOF lodges ,held a joint pancake supper Wedneschy evening. After- wards Rbekh held a busimess meeting wlfile the men played cards. lVha eha, pter OES met Monday. Plates for grand chap- ter in Seattle June 25, 26, 27 were considered. Word was re- ceived from Grand Matron Alice Andrews that Ted Free- man ,had been appointed assis- ta,t grand sentinel for the grand session md Mrs. Free- man is to serve as grand page. WMden Chambers, past grand patron, will take part in the opening ceremonies. , Royal Neighbor ledge mem- bers Will take ,an ctive part in the visit of the supreme oracle, Anna Spangler, n Spo- kane on June 9. Mrs. M:i,llard Hale  on the general com- nttee, .awd membe ,here will a,ssist with refreshments. Mr. ad Mrs. H. O. Jeneen entertained at a birthday din- ner Sunday for their son Rob- err. Presen were Mr. arm Mrs. Robert Jonson, David nd Lori of Spokane, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rawer. iS"  Hampton spent a dy hat week in Spokane as a guest of "her ,son, Mrs. Robert Hampton arm lfis in- fant .son. Lakeland Village 900 AT OPEN HOUSE The "Home Away From Home" opened its doors to 900 guests for the sixth annual open house at Lakeland Vil- lage on Surtday. FalBng short of last year's crowd, it was thought the ineen'sidemt e weather may have kept some folks away. However, the guid- ed tours seem to improve with each year's event. Towards the end of the day, as guides we'e getting soer, more people j.oined groups to ,try to see all :they could before osirg hour. School rooras and cras shops .shewed evidence of many tlngs tat these young people accomplish. The friend- 1,in,ess ,of visitors arm residents was .heartwarmi, nlg as guests stopped to see Wh'a was on television or to visit in the h'als. Some lile tots in Doug- las Hall, wlen introduced by their .teacher, wuu,ld shake hands, and some gave a quick hug. Many of the children in this ,home-hke atmosphere may return to commurJty tiring at some later date. Each child is given the opportunity to grow and develop as ear like other children. Of the guests, ab0t half were thought to be fam- ilies arid tle rest interested persons living in the mea. Open Sunday were the bas, seh,ouls, Imsptal, laundry, green louse, gavde,s, ding and pl.ay areas. Tours may al be scheduled for "anytime n the future by caling the of- fice. Sponsors are also needed for dividus. Your talets may ,also be used in the active organization, sueh s the Wash- ington Assoation of Ret, al- ed Children of the Lakeland ViBage Associates. MASON ATTENDS MEETING Superirtendent L. F. lason NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. Homer Pierce returned home on-Fiday after  sort stay in Deaconess Imspital. Mr. arid Mrs. John Heiydt received word their son Jim arrived saely in New York, here he is employed at the New York World's Fair as a gnide. Miss Mirmie WRten,bach tk 'her guest, Mrs. H. G. Reynolds, Roseburg, Ore., to Plaza Fri- day for a dinner party with friemis. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower! visited her mother, Mrs. J, E. lmster- i. Almiva Men-: day. In the evening they at- tertded tlm gradmtion exer- cises at Bridgepo A grand- nephew of Mrs. Bower was one of ,the gaduates. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I-Irr ended as Saturday guests their son, Keith bIarr, and faro- fly, from Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lane en- eertained ,as Stm4 guests, their d.aghter, Mrs. Dan De- Witt, from Spokane. Mr. mi Mrs. M. S. Jnes vR1 eave next week for an extended tour and vacation of Missouri, , Arkansas and a number of Southern states. They plan to he gone tw months. Mr. and Mrs. Jlm Van Brunt entertairmd s Surday afterrmon guests their two nieces, Mrs. Lloyd Blenz, Ketle ]als, .and Mrs. Oscar Jacob- son, Spokane. Mrs. H. G. Rey- nokts, wh, o has been a lottse guest of her brother, is spend- ing this week in Kettle Fas and Colvile with a sister be- fore reurnn,g here. Mr. and Mrs. Paul IAlen- gren, Reardan, were Surtday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Blavksbaw and Ruth. They ac- companied them to the .high school baccalaureate exerc- es of Chermy hgh school. Mr. and Mrs. HaroId Harvey nd ehiMren spent Sunday eve- nng in, Spokane Vaey as guests of Mr. and Mrs. tbert Campbell and famly. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Conley, Mrs. Beth Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ryd, al Ooley visited with Tom Grief and Guy Leach, who are patieats at the Spo- kane Veterans hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Rezeau Plotts arrd Mrs. Beth Smith were i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Cooley last week. Mr. ,-d Mrs. J. B. R'mlard- son have moved to tlmir sew home in the former Trodel phee on RFD 1,  the west side of Cheney. We will be open All Day Memorial, Day CheFs Flowers On the Hiway WE DELIVER PHONE 23S-4916 atended the 88th annual meet- irtg of the Ameriea Associa- tion on Mental Deficiency at Kansas City, May 5-9. He re- ports many interesting trends l in state programming for the re,tarded and also states that !many areas throughout the United States regard Wa,shing- ton as having one of the most progressive community and residential programs and par- ent ,organizations relating to the retarded. He believes we too often become complacent or dissatisfied with our lrO - grams, and wla:t we may view !as hek .of progress. But by be- coming aware of the high re- gard and esteem in which Wasbingten is hed by other states, and viewing some of the outmoded programs of other states, we ean take justifiable pride in our accomplishments ,and be motiva-d to continue the progress. HIGH SCHOOL VISITATION HELD The second high schol vis- itati,on program was held April 29-May 1, m conjunction with Eastern State Hospital. On these dates, a toal of 645 sbu- dents from 22 high sChool and colleges in Eastern Washi'ng- 'ton toured the two irtsttutiors. In .addition to these special dates, man7 other high school a,nd college groups have toured Lakeland Vilhge during May. Another three-day visitation program is tentatively sehed, uted to be held in October. FAIRCHILD FURNISHES BALL GAMES The Fairch;ild Air Force Base NCO Club, for the furth year in succession, e lRertained several ,hu,ndred residents at the May 10 Pacific Coast League baseball game. The boys arid girl,s look forward to this special outing each year and want to send their thanks and appreciation to the NCO Clffb. El Katif Shrine of Spolane had oer 100 residents as guests of the Shrine Circus and rodeo assooiatian a,nd took azearly 200 tO( the Damoad: Spur Rodeo. Mny boys mad girls may bowl Saturday morn- ing at Fairchild and still oth- ers may fish daily at nearby Clear Lake. FIFTH YEAR FOR GRADUATES For the fifth erseuve year, Dr. Glare Thompson, pro- lessor of pychoiogy, Washing- ton State UnJveraity, bught her graduate students to Lake- land Village to obtain practi- cal experience in admni.ster- ing individual intell4gence tests to the residents. S4x stu- dents spent two Saturdays, May 9 and 16, at Lakand Vil- lage in this supervised testing experience. They also toured the campus and visited many rsidential units. HAROLD D. CLARKE E. 30 Indiana, Spokane, Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington County of Spo- kane.--ss. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hen. Superior Court of Spo- kane County on tim 19th day of May, 1964, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of Metropolitar Life Insurance Company, a corporation Plaintiff versus Johr A. Ericson and Barbara A. Ericson, husband and wife, Defendants No. 173520, ar*d to me, as Sheriff, directed and de- livered. Notice is hereby given, that I will sell to the highest bidder for cash within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's' Sales, to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. on the 3rd day of July, 1964 at South Courthouse Door, Spokane, in Spokane County, in the State of Washington, all the right, title and iterest of the above named defendants in and to the following described real property, to-wit: Lot 3, Block 5, Mount Pleasant, ac- cording to plat recorded in Volume "'M" of Plats, page 46, in the City of Spokane, Spokane County, Washingtor To satisfy a judgmeni in favor of Metro- politan Life Ir.surance Company. a cor- poration and against John A. Ericson and Barbara A. Ericson. husband and wife, Amounting to Ten Thousand Three Hundred Thirty-Five and 18/100 ($10,- 335.18) Dollars with interest at 6 per cent per annum from May 18, 1964 and $500.00 attorney's fees and $70.80 costs (Ircluding $26.00 for Title) and in- creased costs. Interest at 6% from May 18, 1964 on attorney's Ices and costs. Given under my hand, this 26th day of May, 1964. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Evelyn Fordyce, Deputy. Harold D. Clarke, Plaintiff's Attorney (May 29-June 19) ANTHONY J. FELICE 1327 O.N.B. Bldg.. Spokane. Wash. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 174485 Ir the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the Cbunty of Spokane. DARLENE R. LUNCEFORD, Plaintiff VS. ROBERT LUNGE, FORD, Defendant. The State of Washin'ton to the said Robert Luceford, Defendant. You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit, within sixty (60) days after the 29th day Of May, 1964, and defend the above entitled action in the above emitled court, and answer the complair*t of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned at- torney for plaintiff at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment wilt be rendered against you according to the demand of the complairt, which has been filed with the clerk of said Court. The object of this action is for.a divorce from the defendant on the grounds of abandonment, and for res- toratio of her former name of Darlene R. Hancock. Anthony J. Felice Attorney for Plaintiff P. O. Address: 1327 Old National Bank Building Spokane, Washington 99201 (May 29-July 3) Bo J. Cheney, NOTICE O1 NO. In the Superior Washington in and Spokar*e. In the of EDGAR J. State of WashingtOn, kane.--ss. N)tice is hereby Brash, tare has rendered and merit, to and filed in of Spokane County, ton her Final tratrix and a tribution of said Court is asked to distribute the persons entitled to charge the said Wedresday, the 1st at the hour of at the Court room Court, in the City Spokane County, for the hearing Final Accouwt tributlon, at which person trterested is' appear and file his ig thereto and Dated this 27th day Gee. E. Fallquist, Clerk of the By Harry Heia (May Richter. Rodgers, 708 ONB Bldg.. NOTICE OF :No. Ir the Superior Washington, in Spokane. In the HOMER E. State of kane.--as.. Notice is Alder, the estate, has rendered settlement to. and Court of ingtoir her Final istratrix eta and a tribution of said Court is asked to tribute the persons entitled to charge the said Wednesday, the at the hour of Court of i the City of County, ing and Petition for time ar:l place aY | said estate y exceptions in test the same. Dated this 28th George E. and Clerk of (May Randall. Damskin, I017 Paulsen NOTICE TO ,N6' In the Superior Washington tn Spokane. In the Matter FRANCES M. Notice is signed has been ,':1 of the above has qualified persons ceased, are duly verified, upon the Building. Spokane, Randall, Danekin, : the attorneys of: at 1017 Paulsen ingtce and file such service in the the above Court Spokane, months after the this notice, or they ' Read the classifieds--It pays! Date of the notice is 29th day Jean Kendall above estate. Free Estimate on your House Wiring WeWill Check :- WIRE SIZE FOR OVERLOAD, PANEL SIZE AND CON- DITION, OUTLETS, LIGHTS AND SWITCHES. We Make Recommendations--You Decide---No Obligation. ELECTRIC HEAT SPECIALISTS 21 YEARS EXPERIENCE--12 YEARS IN CHENEY- MEDICAL LAKE AREA RESIDENTIAL -- COMMERCIAL FARMS PUMPS  ELECTRIC MOTORS All work state inspected for your pro- tection O. B.'s Electric Licensed and Bonded CH 4-2705 Cakes by Order 1017 Paulsen Spokane, (May 41S Spokane NOTICE :NO* In the Superior Washingtou in Spokane. 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JEAN McMILLAN Call Cheney, 235-6657 or Saratoga 3-2748 415 Spokane " NOTICE In the Washington in Spokane. In' the AR C'rHIE B. Notice is signed has been of the above qualified sos having are required verified, with the undersi ton, Spokane, as Malott, oTfice at ing, Spokane, with proof of of the Clerk City of months after notice, or months after notice is 29th Doris of the Thomas Malott 415 Spokane Spokane,