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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Peucks Celebrate 50th Anniversary Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry Penck eeebrated their 50th wedding a adversary last weeken with tlr children and grandchil- dren. They were married June 2; 1915. Iosts were Mr. and Mrs. Cl, iton M. Carlon of Selah (teir daughter), her brother ,,, wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lester M: Pvuck, Spokane. They took Mr. nd Mrs. Peu'ck ,to diviner at a Spokane restauranCc Saturday night. Other .guests were Karen and Kaa'h Peuek of Spokane, Mr. arid Mrs. Mike Carlon, Belle- vue, Mr..ad Mrs. Ed Steven- son, Eldensbtwg, lVnte Oarlon Sandy ad ,Sally Carkson, all f Sehah. AI are grand0hildren of lr. and Mrs. Peuck. Happiness is graduating and getting a Bulova lATE KING "PA" Tells date end time at a glance. 17 jewels. Yellow. Stainless steel back. Shock-resistant. $3&OG @@O@@@ "When something happy happens It s Bulova Watch Time SMITH JEWELERS TAKE 9 MONTHS TO PAY Prices plus tax ooos@o@o@ Friday, June 4, 1965 Camp Fire Girls, Blue Birds Hold Grand Council Fire May 27 at Betz School, Che- hey Camp Fire Girls and Blue Birds held the armual grand council fire, with some 200 girN taking part. The process iorml was headed by Judy Ashley, mistress of ceremordes, with members o Le,a,h Horizon Claab foning a circle around the gym of the multipurpose room. W, oheo Call (singing by the groups) was olnved by the erance .of the fhgs with salute by the Shu K&a H,oahzon club. Lighting of the symbolic five was in charge o Mrs. W. J. Orlob's group and song Camp Fire law by Sally J,o.h'ro's group; prese,ntao of the Blue Bird groups leaders and welcome by Judy Ashley; the awarding of the ranks by gro,up leaders; presentation of mint- ships, hen,or beads, pins and jewelry was foBowed by the rank desires; leaders were given special recognition by the mistress of ceremorfies. It was noted that the Leah Horizon vlub members imd been in Camp Fire for 10 ,'ers mad active in civic and Camp Fire organization. The Shu Koda Horizon club, Mrs. M. A. Malmoe, leader, have been members for eigh years and active in assistin,g g,ups with symbols and soaags. Mrs. John Murphy's and Mrs. Fred Johns' groups ex- tinguished the fire and sang "Now Our Council Fire Burns bow." Recessiorml Was led by the Lea.h Horizon and Judy Ashley. Mrs. Red Stahlborn leader, completed the ceremon- ies. Sweyolakan Lamp on Lake Coeur d'Aene was shown in a film strip. It will open for the camping season the last of June. Girls re ,sending in their : registrations now. Marriage Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Pete Montague armourme the marriage of the daughter Crol  Dan Wins- tars ,lay 1 in Coeur d'Alene, Idalm. The bride is a graduate ,of Oheney high sclmol and a student at EWSC. The bride- groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Winters of Spokane, is also a student  EWSC. The cenpe will make tlmir home ha Che- nay and continue their studies at college. Dr. and Mrs. William New- sam returned to their boone here after spending the winter in Santa Barbara. En route home they vited at lhoenix, 2iz. :and in Colorado, their former .hme. Cheney Volunteer Fire Dept's. Annual Pancake & Sausag(00 Feed Saturday, June 5 11A. M. TO 1 P.M. FREE TO ALL PERSONS OF THE CHENEY AREA Free rides on Fire Trucks for the kids . . with written permission from their parents. Anne Stahlborn Will Be Installed As Honored Queen Saturday, June 12 ANNE STAHLBORN Bethel 17 of Job's Dauglters will install Anne Stahlborn as hormred queen in open cere- m,(mie,s Saturday, June 12, at 8 p. m. in the lasonic Temple. The retiring queen Jennifer Jordan, w insl:all the follow- ing officers with Miss Stahl- born: senior princess, Patri,aia Its, Jr; junior princess, Anne CardiI1; guide, Jill Lamhe,rt; marshal, Jnet Miller; clmplain, messengers, Susan Miller, Frances tIale, Annie Goodwin, Linda Ray and Peggy Steiner; senior custodian, Kristi Nore- lius; junior custodian, Sherrie Oriob; inner guard, Nancy Steiner; ,outer guard, Kay Ham; ,assistant recorder , Maxine LcNsdon, and solois,t, Mariann Joha4son. The "Frierdship Circle of Faith" ceremony will be used with Mrs. Dean Swegie as read- er. A reception, will fol1'ow in the dining rooms. Nanw Weisman; hbrarian, Gay Swegte; musician, losaame Gal- l'away; recorder, Re.nee Phieo; treasurer, Marrianne Jo 'bns(m;: Bon Voyage Party Honors Mrs. Pugh Ms. George Brown enter- tained with a ben voyage party Ttesdah evening hormring Mrs. Kyle Pugh, who i leaving Jame 22 or a 10 week tour of Europe, Egypt, and Israel. Also honored was a daugh- ter-in-law, Mrs. Pobert f Spokane, who is Morday witki her husband two ,edren, Susan and Steve, for ,a 3-week ta'ip to New York, Washington, D. C., Phildeltrhia and other estern cities. Three tbles of bridge were in phy with prizes going to Mrs. Lloyd Hokaday, Mrs. D. G. Jerue and Mrs. Adoplm Smith. A ban voyage .gift was given to Mrs. Pugh frown the hostess. Assisting at the yarty were Mrs. Norman HIter, Mes. No- ,an Brown and Mrs. Jerue. Party Features Italian Motif On Wednesday May 26, Gam- ma Theta Ctmpter of Beta Sig- ma Phi entertained the Xi Al- pha Xi Chapter from Spokane at an Italian spaghetti dimmr. Mrs. Raymond fles' lome, Where the party was heM, was decorated in an ItaUan motif and the group was entertained by Theme Tibbitts, wlo played a number of selections on the accordion. Mrs. AI Ogden, chairman, Mrs. Dormld Helm and Mrs. Raymond Giles comprised the general committee for the par- ty. Susan Wilson Will CLUB NEWS DWYC DWYC clu, b met last Wed- nesd, ay, May 26, at the lome of Mrs. Ernest McMiHan for a dessert party. Business irmtud- ed plans for summer projects. served, with the men furnish- ing ice cream ,and the punch. Famifies and children are in- vited. METHODIST Methodist church women's Society officers were installed Sunday, ay 30, at the morn- ing worship hour in the church, the Rev. Howard Pitts officiat- ing. They were: president, Mrs. Mae Van Scoyoc; vice presi- dent, Mrs. Francis Keuhl; sec- retary, Mrs. Carl Hendricks; treasurer, Mrs. Don Patterson; sec..of campus ministry, Mrs. A. W. Phflhps; sac. o.f mem- bership promotion, Mrs. J. S. Lane; Christian social rehtions, Mrs. Myrtha Mill; missions and e,a.cation, Mrs. Lese Mi,l; sac. of program materials, Mrs. A. B. Cu,tting; spiritual life I Miss Lil2ianl,; Hall; supplies, Mrs. [ G I R. Maxwell; Su.sanna Even- I ing Circle, Mrs. Ted Freeman, 1 chairman, i JEHOVAtt'S WITNESSES Everett Story, presiding min- ister of the Cheney congrega- tion of Jehov, ah's Witnesses, sated this week that most of the members of the coalgrega- lion ,are making pans to attend four-4ay Bible convention in Seattle June 24-27. UNITED the I June 6, United I Sunday, Church of Christ will celebrate I the Sacrament of Holy Com- munion, and wil,1 welcome new members. After the morning service there will be a coffee hour and reception in the church prarlor. The official board has es- tablished the time of worship Sunday Afternoon Piano Recital Set Piano students of Miriam Ratcliffe will present a recital Sunday aftern,oon, June 6, 'at 4 in the auditorium of the Sci- ence Building at Eastern Wash- in:glen State College. The following students will take part: Lynn Eisenhauer, Rabble Gvafious, Byron Miller, Laurie Wilcox, John Hedtke, Alan Bea,rd, Mike Krebsbach, Steve Miller, Jean Lass, Sherri Wills Laurie Giles, ary Mosman Susan, Scott, Laurie Nice,l, Cin- dy Miller, Colleen D augherty, Kathy Fletcher, Gayle Wilcox, Tom Whitfield, Arm Fletcher, and Leanne Helm. Mrs. YCatcliffe a,nd her stu- dents extend a cordial invita- tion to all. LODGE N EWS REBEKAH Rebekah lodge entertained a number of other lodges at a joint meeting with Hope lodge of Spokane Wednesday eve- ning in the IOOF hall in obser- vance of Friendship Night. Ceremonies were in charge of Agne Charlton, noble grand. A social hour with refresh- meats fo,llo,ed. JOB'S DAUGHTERS Job's Daughters met last week in the Masonic Temple to make plans far the grand sessions in Wentchee on June ]6, 17, 18. A number of the members p]an to attend. Over 150 favors were made for the grand ses,sions. They planned a picnic for Saturday, June 5, at Williams Lake, arid relorted for the summer at 9:30 a. m. This schedule will begin on l tending the Medical Lake and June 13 and will continue I anito Bethel insta,l:lati, ons, through Sept. 5. ,There wffi be I which gave them added millage care for pre-school children I during the services and a l change in design o the wor-/ ship to include the o'der c:hil-I ! dren. Next Sun4ay, June 6, from 6:30 to 8:30 p. m. he youth feIMwship will have the :high ,school seniors as ,lmnored guests. The program will be designed to give them a fitting farewell. METHODIST Rtmmage of .all kinds is rmeded by the Metlmdist church Women's Society, in- cluding .houselold litems, fur- niture, chirm, clothing and other ,ailes for the vhaxreh's annual sate in the fall. Call Mrs. ae Van Scoyoc, Carl ; Hendrieks arid John Van Brunt. on the contest. Phns were made for the instaUation June 12 for Bethel 17 here, and for a meeting June 22. MARTHA OES Martha chapter OES will meet Morday evening, June 14, to ,observe Father's Day, and prepare for the grand clpter sessions in Tacoma June 24, 25 and 26 in the Puget S(md Uni- versity Field Bouse. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt axe deJe- ates from here. PEO CHAPTER LUNCHEON HELD Mrs. A. W. Philps and Mrs,. G. R. Maxwell were hostesses to PEO chapter for a luncheon meetirrg at the Philils' home. Graduation Perform lnQuintet Twenty-fiVepresent. members were STEAK Formal s.ing concert  the Ms. W. L. Rowles, vice es- 60-piece Eastern Washington ident, presided at .e business State College Symphonic Band meeting. will be presented Tuesday eve- Rev. George Mlen, guest ning in ShWalter Auditorium i'I'ak:r  "" DINNE .on the EWSC ,campus in he- Thffadertektnt Mhl2igs" ney. The program, featuring sym- TILICUM NEWS phonic music a,,ctu,aly written ftor bad, will begin at 8:15 p. m. and is open  the public. Admission is free,. :Directed by William L. Mar- son, EWSC deeter of bands, the program will be ffhliffht- ed by NeweH Long's Cancer- tin, o" for woodwind qu4ntet and band. A quintet member is San G. Wilson, Cheney, bassoon. Miss Wilson, a 1964 grad- u,ate of Chancy High 'School, is the daughter of Dr. ad Mrs'. WiNam C. Wilson, 15 W. 6th St. GRANDMOTHERS Grandmothers club hed an afternoon meetirg at tahe home f the retiring president, Mrs. Etta Presnell. New office elected are Mrs. Mary M, ad- dux, president; Mrs. William Lee, vice president; Mrs. Pres- nell, secretary, and Mrs. Elmer Marsh, treasurer. LAKEVIEW" SEWING Lakeview Sewing club will meet June 9 at the home of Mrs. Burdick Amonson for a potluck luncheon. The busi- ness meeting will folow wit sewing as the project. 50TH IS OBSERVED The children of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meredith are inting all friends to a reception in honor of the 50th wedding armiver- sary of their parents. The event will be June 20 at the Bagedst church at Oakesdale, Wash., from 2 to 5 p. m. CHURCH NEWS A DVI!NTISTS |1 Dr. J. N. tr,.s, proessor - ....  , d all II of Rehgion, Wlla Waldo Col- lege, wtl give the comanenee- I I:rnm 00111 tn [Ime00tadd00essfor94students , ,,..,.........._____IIU i[gradutingflomUpperCoum" PPLIANCES It ba Aoademy Jtme 6 in the ! ON 1964 WESTINGHOUSE SCHOOL A _.. school's auditorium Special | /IIRT A FEW LEFT TO CHOOSE FROM. h0ors will go to 16 of the .I "--" _ _ _ graxluates. Dr. G. S Balharrie, dean of ' -..k.- 00,,ot refr.00erator $190.00 theology, ra}la Walla College, . lb tlldll| xv  will present the baccalaureate 2. Deluxe 40-inch range .-- $210.00 3. ! Double oven 40 in. range $265 4. Deluxe 30.inch range --$200.1}0 All with New Guarantees! service Saturchy at 11 a. m. Consecration devotions, Friday ,at 8 p. m. will be led by D. G. O'Brien, pastor of the the Walla Walh Seventh-Day Adventist church. CHRISTIAN-----'-- The Christian church will ob- serve Children's Day Sundy with the Sun4ay school classes preseating a program at 9:45 a. m. featur the topic, "Mis- sions Around the World" in songs, readin,gs an:d costumes. rhe morning worship at 11 a. m. will be followed by a fam- ily picnic dinner in Sutton Park. A potluck menu will be EDGETT BROS. Marshall-Wells Store - Cheney Station-Motorcycle Shop SPIKE'S"66" IS A SERVICE STATION - MOTORCYCLE SHO The Tilicum club board of directors ,hel,d a luncheon meet- ing at the home of the new president, Mrs. Warren Wes- terman. Department chairmen and program chairmen were present to present programs for the coming year, which was approved. The aamual year book will ,contain the po- grams, officers, committees and m embersh,p roster and will be printed dung the sum- mer months. It was noted that the Tilicum year book's o the past year was warded a llue ribbon at the state eonvonon year book contest. NEWS Mr. 'and Mrs. well returned Monday after son, James Jr., new daughter. Churchwell ,are for Plains, Mont., eral of Jim's Churchwelt. Mr. nd Ms. spent the side ,as guests and amily, Mr. don Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. entertained as his sister arid Mrs. Chris Asaa Mont. Mrs. #ames guests over the son James Jr., daughters and Ann, abel,1 Mr. and Mrs. G. Brooldngs, Ore Mrs. Lloyd dren of Seattle Mrs. J. tlanson of Spokane. attend the their father, Tuesday, June 1. dinner was ily and out of the members of Ea,stern Star Dr. and Mrs. wh ,have to make their en a number o ties the last were guests Spokane, given couples last address is Spokane. Mrs. WiIliam St. Paul, [ aug,hter, Mrs. and ttu, ee d.a attend three her [ junior high, s,choot and one while there. Mrs. Julia surgery in St. Wednesday and rficely. i Mr. ni spent Sun, sister and Ralph Huffm$l in Plaza. SOUP, SALAD, S BAKED POTATO, 1.95 to THIS IS THE BEST YEAR YET FOR GRADUATING To GO FORD! Ratcliffe Ford, Cheney