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Page 8 Cheney Free Press f Women learn interviewing techniques Margot Knight, coordinator of the Washington Women's Heritage Project at Washington State University, last Thursday conducted an Oral History Workshop at the Eastern Washington University Women's Center in Monroe Hall. The workshop was designed to help local women collect oral history recordings from other women in the community. Above, Knight, at left, reads through a sport play during the work- shop with Eastern's Dixie Massengale. Watching in the background, from left, are Helen Bannerman, Lori Lepski and Betty Rennebohm. Other local women attending were Mildred Montague, Ber. nice Killin, Marilyn Nichols, Pat Homer, Meta Gibbs, Ann Chenhall, Norma Smith, Lee Swedburg and Sherrie Helm. These women will be working on a his- tory of women and their work in the community. Another meeting will be held today, starting at 9 a.m. at the Women's Center. \\; Lisa Ott & David Weirich Ott, Weirich set wedding for Fairchild Warren and Deanna Ott, 4329 S. Cheatham, Spokane, announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Lisa Marrie Ott, to David Anthony Weirich of Fairchild Air Force Base, son of George d Kay Weirich (retired mili- ta') fllevue, Wash. Th'd b'ide-to-be will graduate June 4 fromCheney High School and is em- ployed by Denny's Restaurant. The groom-to-be L a 1980 graduate of Lacy High School, presently stationed at Fairchild AFB. A June 19 wedding is being planned for the Fairchild AFB Chapel, with a reception to follow at the NCO Club. Art show scheduled The 34th Spokane Annual at Cheney Cowles Memorial Museum, W 2316 First, Spokane, will open with a pre- view and Artist's Reception on the Thursday, June 3, 1982 Obituaries Cheney bus route delayed Alfred 'Jack' Sample Alfred "Jack" Sample, 52, an Elma resident for the past two and one-half years and prior resident of Espanola, died May 24 in a Olympia hospital from injuries received in an industrial acci- dent at the Satsop Nuclear Power Plant in March. He was born March 7, 1929 in Silver Creek, N.Y. He graduated as a mechan- ical engineer from Alfred University in New York. He was employed as an iron worker for the Morrison Knudsen Co. in Satsop. Sample was a member of the Elma Christian Church, the Iron Workers Union Local #14 in Spokane, the Medi- cal Lake Masonic Lodge, a 32-degree Mason in the Scottish Rite, a member of the Spokane York Rite, the Medical Lake Order of Eastern Star, and was an avid fisherman and builder. On April 8, 1950, he married the former Carol Ranks in New York. She survives at the family home. Other survivors include: two sons, Lawrence L. Sample of Virginia Beach, Va., and Timothy Sample of Espanola; two daughters, Deborah C. Wilbur of Otis Orchards, and Rebecka S. Green of Little Bay, NSW Australia; a father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sample, ST., of Forestville, N.Y.; a brother, Richard Sample of Worthing- ton, Ohio; and five grandchildren and numerous other relatives. Funeral services were scheduled for May 26 at the-Elma Christian Church, with Pastor Jim Wegner officiating Further services were held May 29 at the Ball & Dodd Funeral Chapel in Spokane. Local arrangements were under the direction of the Whiteside Mortuary in Elma. Private interment took place at Greenwood Memorial Terrace Cemetary in Spokane. The family requests that donations be made to the Christian Church Sound Equipment Fund, c/o P.O. Box 445, Elma, Wash., 98541. Church News Cheney Community Church "Fran and Friends Puppets" are coming to the Cheney Community Church, June 13-18, Sunday through Friday, at 7:30 p.m. These programs will not just be for the little children, but all ages will enjoy the plays, songs and stories. Fran is not only a puppeteer, but also is a ventriloquist. The Wallaces are from Spokane, where Fran is a saleswoman at Evangel Book Store. Nell is retired as a salesman from the Crescent. There will be no admission charge for the puppet presentations. Cheney Christian Church The Spokane Melody Singers will sing Sunday, June 6 at 7:30 p.m. at the Cheney Christian Church. The group has been singing over 25 years in the region, according to Cheney's Leland Allen, "just for the joy of singing". Directing the group is Bob Hall of Coeur d'Alene, with Mrs. Louise Seivers of Spangle providing ac- companiment. Cheney members, be- sides Allen, are Wally Beard, Warren Westerman and Bryon Dobbins Sacred and patriotic numbers 'will be sung Sunday, and refreshments will follow. New bus service for the Northside/ Valley Crosstown, the Mead Feeder and Fairchild/Medical Lake/Cheney routes scheduled to go into effect later this month and in mid-June, has been delayed two weeks, according to Diane K. Morton, director of planning and marketing for Spokane Transit System "Recent route extensions and new service have stretched our personnel capabilities to the limit The decision was made this week to delay the effective dates for the implementation of the Northside/Valley Crosstown route until June 13, and the Mead Feeder and Fairchild/Medical Lake/ Cheney routes until June 27." "By rushing the additional service before we had an adequate number of newly-trained drivers available to com- fortably serve the extended service areas, missed trips on existing service becomes a high risk." Morton said. Salter finishes unit training r Pvt Douglas W. Salter, son of Elvin M. Salter of Blaine, Wash., and Dorthy F. Salter of Rt. 2, Cheney, has com- pleted one station unit training (OSUT) at the U.S. Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, Ga. OSUTis a 12-week period which combines basic combat tram'rag and advanced individual training. The training included weapons qualifica- tions, squad tactic patrolling, land- mine warfare, field communications and combat operations. Completion of this course quahfxe$ the soldier as a light-weapons infafftryman and as an indirect-fire crewman. Soldiers were taught to perform any of the duties in a rifle or mortar squad. Salter is a 1976 graduate of Cheney High School. Area women wins cook.off Betty Noel, Spokane, was the first place winner of the 1982 CowBelle Beef Cook-Off held May 22 at Central Wash- ington University, Ellensburg. Noel's Sage Brushed Beef Casserole, using generous chunks of beef round was selected as the winning beef recipe from the ten finalists. There were 88 entries received for the state contest. Noel won the first prize of $200 worth of beef and an expense-paid trip to the National Beef Cook-Off in San Antonio, Texas, Sept. 20-22 where she will repre- sent the Washington State CowBelles. She will be competing for $I0,000 in cash awards. The contest is held each year to promote the understanding and pre- paration of the more economical cuts from the chuck, round, plate, shank, fresh brisket or any form of ground beef. The annual event is sponsored by the Washington State CowBelles with the cooperation of the Washington State Beef Commission SAGE-BRUSHED BEEF CASSEROLE 2 pounds beef round steak, well trim- med, cut in 2" x 1" x 1/z" chunks 1/3 cup flour 1 teaspon sage-herb seasoning 1/2 teaspoon paprika 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/4 cup beef fat or cooking oil 2V2 cups hot water, divided 1 beef bouillion cube 16" small onions [or 8 medium, halved- about I pound] 1-10 3/4 oz. can condensed cream of mushroom soup *If small boiling onions are not avail- able, may use 1 pound large onions, sliced in 1/4" rings. Dredge beef pieces in mixture of flour, sage herb seasoning, paprika and pepper. Brown on all sides in hot beef fat in large skillet. Add l/z cups hot water and beef bouillon cube. Cover and simmer 30 minutes. Add onions, continue simmering 30 min. longer, until beef is tender. Transfer beef and onions to 2Vz quart casserole. Add mushroom soup to sauce remaining in skillet and stir until smooth. Gradually blend in remaining cup of water. Heat to simmering, pour over beef and onions in casserole. Herb Dumplings" 2 cups biscuit mix 1 teaspoon dry onion flakes 1 teaspoon celery seed 1 teaspoon poppy seed 1/2 teaspoon sage-herb seasoning 2/3 cup milk Butter-Crumb Topping I/2 cup dry bread crumbs 1 tablespoon sesame seed I/4 teaspoon sage-herb seasoning 2 tablespoons melted butter Parsley for garnish Measure biscuit mix into bowl with onion flakes, celery seed, poppy seed and sage-herb seasoning. Stir together, then stir in milk to make soft dough. Drop by tablespoonfuls over hot cas- serole (about 16 dumplings); sprinkle with mixture of bread crumbs, sesame seed, sage-herb seasoning and melted butter. Bake uncovered at 425 degrees for 20-25 minutes until casserole is bubbly and herb dumplings are toasty golden brown. Garnish with parsley. Number of servings: 8 Emmanuel Lutheran Church OOO evening of June 3 at 7 E.m., and will Emmanuel Lutheran Church of Che- continue through Aug 22/ ney joins with 150 other Lutheran : NEW This year's annual was juried by Bob churches of the Inland Empire in NUg:entrt ;aP;f;:li;nsllid::tiSt'ref:: sP:l:?ci:gPfL:h;erbhagvg::!sa7thUaal[::d : J U N E S PECIA L S mitted by painters and sculptors from Castaway Fair. Washingtn'Oregn'Idah'Mntana' Scheduled for June 4, 5 and 6, thls : Wyoming and Alaska. From the ac- huge open market is a bargain hunters GREAT MEALS A T SUMMER SAVINGS :e::ed ewntrni::s.N?;:snt:ilalrshO::ee: fTh: " drnt;esTh:hecl:l, lt boos?qWlt:di:;:: : g First National Bank, best of show furniture, clothing, televisions, stereos  po" .... II co.po. II A=:rdff;$250;$400th:eashDia;tdnai:: aTbrt%kentinterestedinshpping' : BEOURorGUEST ii -OO00or.0000s, II:-- sLFankWarns:AUAtrWtrsdAufpiSf2cw;aihfe0!Vlamttehrnet" il!l:igeqruWls:!ndneer!itiee!ettnleaUnbrlnsedi : I p " Chicken Fried Steak chrenSelySO(2wlesMemrialMuseumis there willEb:::tuYellf':tTdr::'hand" : Waft e S_ecnal open to the public for viewing, Tues- Vacation Bible School at Emmanuel day through Saturday, froml0a.m, to4 Lutheran Church will be held July 26-30. 69 II 2 f 95 Hi p.m. and on Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 The session this year will be held : Sl or $5 p.m. For more information call the from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Students are to Museum at 456-3931. bring $2.50 to help cover the cost of  ......  -- - - I Includes Choice of Potato, Salad Bar, ([ ,f x , I materials. The week will include activi- mcmaes wame, one Pgg, two [1 Roll & Butter [[ g b UDSCFIDe ties, songs, snacks and Gospel lessons. 0 Bacon II II1[ - COUPON EXPIRES JUNE 30,1962 Cash Value l/201cent ,, 1[ COUPON EXPIRES JUNE 30,1982 Cash Value l/201cent IIII [ RA TCLIFFE ..... I ": BE OUR GUEST II BE OUR GUEST II : ! ,O002ndst.  235-6238Ceney  / for , '1 for II v I" -'1 : --,.,,., ,.,., 11 Lunch Special It " . .,.,.....-., .... .urn/... I: Chef Salad [ REBATES ]: 2 furS6.95 r' " includes Pork Rib, Choice of Potato, II t OR II " ! up to $2000,00 !: Roll, Butter, SaladBar ]] IO'IIIIWJqIF " , . uuOPON EXPIRES JUNE 30, 1962 Cash Value 1120 1 cent II COUPON EXPIRES JUNE 30, 1982 Cash Value 1/20 1 cent ........ . t o,,,w ' : BE : I FORO CARS & TRUCKS I : I -CALL FOR DETAILS-- ! -J" ....___ | ALSO |  .,neney, WA -- 235-4420 Ul003 / i FORD CAR CARE I v OPEN 6 A.M. TO 10 P.M. DALLY !  ALL YOU BUY IS GAS ON sELECT MoDELS | :OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO New office Cheney Attorney Michael H. Stuart has # office to a new location at 424 First Street,! the old State Farm Insurance office. Stuad,! practiced in Cheney now a little over a year ly is developing a career as a public dd Cheney, Medical Lake and Airway Heights ing him is his secretary, Shelley Warnick. Firefighters plan sal Both the Cheney Firefighters and the Paradise Prairie Volunteer Fire Department will hold sales this week- end. Cheney Firefighters will hold their parking lot sale on June 5 and 6 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the station at Fourth and C streets. Donations items may be made by callin i The Paradise Prairie Volt partment will hold its annu and bake sale on the same da! station, located at Austin roads. Donations may be drol the station. 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