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Thursday, June 3, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page I Week Thursday, June 3 9a.m to4p.m, at County Health Center, Wren Pierson from 10 3 p.m. Kiwanis-meet at 7 a.m. at the Restaurant. y Park Board meets ,p.m, at the Fisher Administra- at noon at Clancy V's High School--Senior corn- practice from 10:30 to picnic from noon to 5 p.m. High School--Commencement in high school gym frort$8: 30 to L.m. Senior Barbecue at Manito a Spokane from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 's Center-EWU's Financial Aid Sue Shackette will provide a at 1 p.m. in the Center Lounge in Monroe Jazz Ensemble of Eastern perform at in the PUB multipurpose room. Friday, June 4 ,f 0 n )UATION-Congratulations high lye s  ! seniors ? 3el z mm F !al Lake High School--Students or ch : for senior breakfast at the NCO )ctivl kt 7:30 a.m. Final checkout at 10 itil u "ommencement practice at 11:30 st FI ;enior commencement in the new Lt 8 p.m. .__.'Y High School--Senior break- t 8 a.m in the Ridpath Hotel in ne. Commencement practice fol- Itt 10:30 a.m. at Eastern Wash- University Senior commence- lstarts at 8'pro in the EWU !minD Arts Pavilion. I b tl n AS is, [ndrmchs, Knudswg wed 'i j tjice Hinrichs, Cheney, daughter of al and Marvel Hinrichs of Marsh- ,bd Bryce Knudsvig, Spokane, son tm I[ville Knudsvig of Spokane Valley, ,nited in marriage May 15 during !.m. ceremony at the Emmanuel ran Church of Cheney, the Pastor ) Maakestad officiating. 3;4 [anist Carol Meyer provided spe- Lu, Tc, nUsic fur the ceremony. 'her gown, the bride wore a white, t embroidered dress. She also a wreath of baby's breath in her  Maid of honor was Rhonda Christ- n, and best man was Tom Christ- n. , bride, a 1975 graduate of Cheney !School, is employed as director of cal records at the Cheney Care tr. The groom, a graduate of L an High School, is by ,naker Industries , In: mplOyed t'rcus ts sale Parks and Recreation De- tickets o sale for the Big Circus to be held June 19. for purchasing tickets and Brush, Jarm's Hard- ' Parks and Recreation The prices of the tickets are anyone over 12 years of age family tickets. Family are good for up to seven an immediate family. the clowns that will be in SOon. The, be bringing posters the big event. Call the s and Recreation Office at 235-6134 further information. Monday, June 7 Medical Lake TOPS--meet from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Rental and Realty Office, West 111 Lake Street. Airway Heights TOPS--meet at 9 a.m. at the Airway Heights Library. Council--meeting for Airway Heights at 7:30 p.m. Cheney Education Association--will host a "Hello to Summer" end of year social at the Ramada Inn near the airport from 3:45 to 6 p.m. Snacks and a no-host bar will be available. Featured speaker will be the current WEA presi- dent, Reese Lindquist. CEA members are invited to attend. General George Wright Women's Relief Corps Auxiliary to the G.A.R., Ine.-A Luncheon and meeting will be held at noon at the home of Mrs. Grace Hurst, 14 Third St. Hostesses will he Geraldine Erdman and Edna Knight. Tuesday, June 8 Weight Watchers-at the Cheney Christ- ian Church at 11:45 a.m. and 7 p.m. Rotary--Cheney-Medical Lake Rotary meets at noon at the Elegant Egg Restaurant. Recycling--at Wren Pierson from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cheney City Council--Council meets at 7:30 p.m. at Cheney City Hall. Wednesday, June 9 Community Center Dedication--The Senior Room of the Cheney Community Center (Wren Pierson)building will be dedicated at noon to the memory of Earl Hilton, Jr. The public is welcome. ML Kiwanis-meet at 6:30 a.m. in the cafeteria at Eastern Washington State Hospital. June 5 and 6 Firefighters' Sale--Cheney Fire Station, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. each day. Paradise Prairie Volunter Fire Dept. Garage and Bake Sale--Sale planned for the station each day at Austin and Gibbs roads. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Knudsvig Last 'Godspell' performance set Dedication set Joe Chatburn, president of the Che- ney Community Center Board, has announced that the senior citizen room in the second story of the Community Center (the Wren Pierson Building) will be dedicated on June 9 to Earl Hilton, Jr. Hilton, who died in an airplane accident this past winter, was the first president of the board and actively involved in the remodeling of the center. Reservations for the no-host, noon luncheon at the room should be made by June 5 by calling either Jean Johnson at 235-5104 or Chatburn at 235-4056. The event is open to the public. Restaurant 8" Lounge 108 "G" Street LUNCHEON SPECIAL 3 PIECE FRESH FRIED CHICKEN including Mashed Potatoes, Giblet Gravy, Soup or Salad The last chance to see Eastern Washington University Theatre's pro- duction of "Godspell", which has been selected by the Department of Defense and the America Theatre Association to tour military installations throughout the Orient this summer, will be this Saturday. This send-off performance will be at the University Theatre on campus in Cheney. With words and music by Stephen Schwartz, "Godspell" uses mime, dance, comedy and some well-known melodies to portray St. Mathew's bibli- cal parables. A memorable evening of theatre for Inland Empire residents who flocked to see the production this fall, "Gedspell" will provide live enter- tainment and a touch of home for servicemen and women stationed over- seas. For the student performers, the tour will provide not only incomparable professional experience, but also the opportunity to be unofficial U.S. am- bassadors. "Godspell" is scheduled to visit Korea and Okinowa for 47 days between June 16 and Aug. 1. For University Theatre, the selection of "Gedspell" is a singular honor. It is the only college production in the entire Northwest to be approved and the only college produc- tion scheduled to tour the Pacific Command this summer. The curtain time for this last local performance of "Godspell" is 8 p.m. at University Theatre. Admission is $3 or free for Eastern Washington University students with Associated Student I.D. card. No reservations necessary. For more information, call the Department of Theatre at 359-2459 or toll free from Spokane at 458-6200, ext. 2459. DesChamps, Sheeran wed Rona MicheUe DesChamps, daughter of Douglas and Elizabeth DesChamps, Rt. 2, Cheney, and James Quentin Sheeran, Chelan, son of Harold and Frances Sheeran, Rt. 4, Cheney, were united in marriage April 24 at 8 p.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Parish in Spo- kane, Father James F. Kuhns officiat- ing. Providing special music were the Diemeister Singers from Cheney High School under the direction of Norm Mikelson. John Rivard provided organ accompaniment. Providing a vocal solo was best man Phil Sheeran, brother of the groom. Silk flowers of burgundy, ivory and dusty pink, made by Lillian Hines, were used for the candlelight ceremony. The bride's dress, which was over 30 years old and formerly worn by her mother-in-law, was made of antique satin and trimmed with imported Bel- gium lace. It also had a fitted bodice and a six-foot sweeping train. The two-tiered veil, which also was trim- reed with Belgium lace, was accented with matching silk flowers. The bride carried a prayer book, accented with a Rosary and flowers of orchids, lillies . and ivy. Bernadette Rivard was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Jeannette Kelsch and Michelle DesChamps, sister of the bride. Bethany Taylor was the flowergirl. All attendants wore ivory- antique blouses with dusty-pink satin skirts, accented with burgundy cum- berbunds. All carried matching silk flowers. Phillip Sheeran, brother of the groom, was best man, and groomsmen were Phillip Agnew and Kirk Taylor. Nathan Sheeran was the ringbearer. A seven-layer cake, accented with pink and burgundy silk roses and a cross, was designed by Jean McMillan for 300 guests at the reception. Rick and Company provided entertainment. Serving, besides Mrs. McMillan, were Barbara Beha, Louise Rivard, Virginia Wagner, Linda Smith, Ellie Sheeran and Bill and Terry Kopra. The bride is a hair stylist employed by Parlor Plus I in Chelan, where the groom also is employed as an assistant meat manager for Safeway. The couple's wedding trip included stays in Reno, San Diego and San Francisco, during which time they also viewed Disneyland. photo by Sherm Blake Mr. and Mrs. James Sheeran iii  i : %/,!!,,/i,,:: ...... ,, ......... Cheney's Tilicum Club recently donated two new shrubs for the Sutton Park sign. Tillcum Donati C,,b President Mrs. Conrad (Bobble) Lauff, pictured above, noted that the first bushes, O n donated by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nichols, died. The donation was made to the Cheney Parks and Recreation Department. At Your Ubrary The current issue of National Geo- graphic magazine, June 1982, has an interesting article on the Palouse Country of Eastern Washington and Idaho. Be sure to stop in at your library to read the article. The pictures are spectacular ! As always, current maga- zine issues do not check out until the next issue arrives; we are glad to check out any back-issue magazines we have in stock. One of the wonders of our computer- ized system is the availability of books from othei; library systems. Did you know that you are free to request any book from five different library sys- tems just by walking into your Cheney Library and asking for it? These library systems are: the Spokane County Library District,. the Spokane Public Library, Kennedy Library at EWU and the libraries of Spokane Community College and Spokane Falls Community College. If the book you want: is no t available from one of these libraries, we will attempt to borrow it elsewhere. All you have to do is ask[ Telephone requests for books are wel- come; call your library at 23541641 and we will be glad to take your order. Please have your library card at hand when'calling: Our open hours are listed in the Cheney phone directory yellow pages under "Libraries." New books at your library include: CHILTON'S IMPORT CAR REPAIR MANUAL 1975-81: this reference book will always be on the shelf at your library so you may use it for vital information on your foreign car repair. YOU'RE NEVER TOO YOUNG by nmnilmmnlllmmlnunm Women's workshop set Dinner set A workshop on journal writing will facts. A journal can be used for take place at the Spokane Public recording life's significant events, for Library Auditorium on June 7 from 6 to artistic self-expression, and for self- 9 p.m. discovery, The workshop is being offered in Cusack's workshop is designed for conjunction with the Washington women who already keep journals and Women's Heritage Project's photo- for those who would like to begin. graphic exhibit which is currently on During the course of the workshop, display at the University City Mall. journals of famous women writers, like Kathleen Cusack, director of the Virginia Woolf, will be briefly ex- Writing Lab at Washington State Uni- amined. Workshop participants then versity, will present the journal work- will exleriment in expressing them- shop. She has taught a variety of selves in the three modes of journal writing classes at the university and is writing--historical, artistic and there- currently working on her Ph.D. in peutic. English. The workshop is free and open to the public. According to Cusack, a journal is For further information, contact the much more than a diary, which is a WSU Women Studies Program at chronological record of activities and 335-1794. A Fashion Statem00 Persons wishing to support the Che- ney Baseball Club are invited to a buffet dinner of salmon and beef on June 8 at the Willow Springs Station. The event will he held from 5 to 8 p.m. Cost is $5 per person. mmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmm Lawrence Welk; an autobiography of Welk as he shared his secrets for success after age 65. FAIRCHILD-HERITAGE OF THE SPOKANE PLAINS by Peggy Bal, some of the successes, failures and heartbreaks of the pioneers who settled in what is now Fairchild Airforce Base. A fascinating local history. SIX PRACTICAL LESSONS FOR AN EASIER CHILDBIRTll by Elisabeth BinD; how to actively participate in the birth of your child through the Psycho- prophylactic, or Lamaze, method of childbirth. HONEST AMERICAN FARE by Bert Greene; now, this is a recipe book? Recipes from all over the U,S., in-. cluding Washington State, tempt your cooking skills and your taste buds. I "3-5 KINDS" DOESN'T 1 QUITE TELL THE STORY Last week in the FREE PRESS we had an ad we thought was rather nice, with a picture of a part ot our nursery and an invitation to come out and browse. We're kind of proud of our place. We're also kind of PrOud of our large variety of nursery stock. We tried to express this by pointing out in the ad that we have 35 (thirty-five, in case somebody tries to do it again) different varieties of fruit and nut trees avail able. Nobody knows how a hyphen snuck in there and turned our proud 35 into" an embarrassing 3-5. Perhaps a correction isn't really necessary; our many regular customersi from all over the area, surely know we wouldn't boast about only 3-5 kinds of Please join us for refreshments and a guided tour. i!i00 i: JOHN M. LAGNESE, M.D. EVERMAN ili DAVID L CHAMBERS, M.D. LEANNE LOWER Regular Clinic Hours: 8a.m. to 5p.m. b HOURS: 1 p.m .to 4 p.m. SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1982 N. 317 BROAD STREET, MEDICAL LAKE, WASHINGTON 299-5145 We would like to invite you to our open house. TOPS Din- - $1.99 .SWIMSUITS and ner Specials - Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. oSUMMER DRESSES i 4:30 to 9 We have a great line of new summer 12-oz. T-Bone Steak I SEAFOOD DINNERS merchandise and we would love you to $4.95 I Oysters, Crab, Prawns preview. Please stop In and see how FOR $8.50 I from $3.95 pretty summer can be. BUnld-Your-Own-Sandwich Bar Boutique .o:.., SOUP oRSALADSERvED FROM 2 p.M. Amy's ,0, let cney,?,,.. 251= OPEN HOUSE FAMILY MEDICINE MEDICAL LAKE SHORTS Summer is here and so are our new: on the Cheney-Spokane (Fish Lake) Rd. one mile from Cheney Monday through Saturday 9-7, Sunday 10-4 THE COUNTRY GARDEN NURSERY anything Still, we wanted to set the record straight. There could be some people out there who had never heard of us before seeing that ad last week. So come out and browse, and see our 35 (thirty4ive) kinds of fruit and nut trees. And our thousands of other landscape and garden plants of all kinds