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Page 4 Choney Free Press Friday, June 5, 1964 Ruth Bell Installed As Bethel ]7 Queen In Colorful Rite Ruth Bell, daugltea- of Prof. and Mrs. taymond Refll, senior in high school, was nstalled as hoRored queen of Bethel 17, Job's Daughters in colorful ceremonies at the Masonic Temple Sunday afternonL Sue Ham, retiring queen, was .in, tailing queen, ed . by Carol Montagu,e, taren Chase, Judy shley, Kay Cor- (flU, Maeirm Flikke, all past queens; Jacki Lambea-t, Vieki MeerbM1 .ad Nancy JOhn- son. Rrs. Dean Swegle was read- er for the "Rook of Silver Cere- many." Attonfiing he guest book and programs were Miss Bell's cousins, Nova Bell, Anna- bdle, md Twin.ka Parrett. Job's Datghtes from Port: land. Pages were Lynda Whit- inger arid Mi, nette Jeske. Jo- Dta Lewis ws vocal soloist, accompanied by Naney John- son. Janet Miller awarded the "Gift of the Term." M Bell tnv.sented the gavel rd Sue Im the queen's pin. ,Miss Bell peeseied Sue the pa queen's pin. eception followed n the flirAug room. Rl, ue aml slver wwe Oolors for the bea,utfful tbte nd appointments. Sere- ilg cake were Mss Bell, Jen- refer Jordan .and Anne Stal- b0a:. Ptmeh nd coffee were served .by Bat Idair and Ann Cordill. Spoeial guasts were Walter lartia, grand ,associ,te guard- ion; Carl Ruol[f, past associ- ate ttlian, and ay C0vdill, grd enier eutoan of Cerad Bethel. Pat queens fr'n Ohewelh, Spokane ad Cheney attended. One htmdred guests, valatives and members were present. Scholarship Given To Colleen Begeman Miss Colleen Bgema, a 1964 gaduate of Utieraity High hool at Opportunity, has reivod a $1,350 yearly schahip o Oolrad, o Wom- an's in Den, vex. Bogeman ws also nanmd March girl of the month and received ,the gi of the year ,aiewment wmd in sports. Slm  the dmghter of Mr. and Mrs Eaxl Peterson and gter of rs. W. J. Car, veh ded the gradu- atkm exercises londa. Guests Of Samons' Aftend Graduation Mr. and Mrs. MI Samons and Mrs. Deami Bax- ter (Ma Kay SamoRs) enter- tained relatives over t0ae week- end who oame to atmt the Oheey high school commence- memt execkes Fday everdag. The Sam.cos' :son, Tom, and ehe :riece, Miss PaT Ryan, were members of the gr:dut- tng eta. Guests included Mr. and ,Ms. $1m Ryan of Wolla Wath; Pt RFan, Sokae; Mr. and My& Joe Lew and Yh's. ROY Ba, ttmon% Teoma; Mr. and l,Irs. Bill Samns 'and Marei Vn Alia, Sunide; Mrs. Wal- ter Whipple, Riand; a,nd Mrs. Joe Lear;on ami Mrs. Ray- mond Marrison, nington. ,Miss Ran, Who has been l her-home with the Samons, left Stmy with her grandmother, :Mrs. Whipple, to sit several days at Rich- 1 ,ad. Mrs. Bair Attends Son's Graduation Mrs. Bvett IMir and mem- bers of ler family atnded comnmn.comen exercises Su,n- day t Waszton State UrA- vea!ty, Pullman, Where her son, Jim, recedved is Bahalar of Sci, enee degree in pjrsical edition. 0ors atten ",dng te exer- (rises were two of Jim's siters, Mvs.lihmni Jordan ad to chiMren, Jolm and JO EUen, end Mr. and Mrs. Jack A11en aml children,  ad laxkn Rae, of Portland; and a niece B aVbeT, a Jo Bm'lhalter, of, Fernale. Barbara J returned with her gandnmtber, 'Mrs. Bair, to spend several d2s ,here af- ter they had attended ffrdua- ti:on services er Bbara's bhea-, Stan Burlalter Jr., May 27 at the Fevndale high sclmM. Sr,Aey  one o the more ttum 20 per cent of this year's graehmtig class t Feradale who were honr stu- denes h,vin,g a gde point of 3.5 or better. CLUB NEWS Rebokh kge DWYC club met May 27 at the home of Mrs. Ernest McMi'lan at Gran- ite Lake for a potluck lurch- con .d aftern party. Six- teen members and gests were present. Graeadmothers cub met May 28 u[ the hom of Mrs. Kirby Sooy for a 1 p. m. dessert m.d an afternoon of games and btmikls. HAZEL ANDERSON SERVICES HELD Funeral services were held for Mrs. Hazel Anderson Mon- day,at Aim_ira. She died recent- ly in a Spokane nursing home after a lingering illness. Sur- vivors include a son, Carl An- derson, of Cheey. Going from Cheney were Anderson, Mrs. Grace Micketsan and represen- tatives .of the Cheney Grand- mothers club, of which She was a member. They were Mrs. El- mer Marsh, Mrs. Etta Pres nell and Mrs. Mary Maddux. Gamma Theta Plans Special Meeting Tuesday At 8 p. m. Gamma Theta clpter of Beta Sigma Phi met on Tues- day at the lmme of Mrs. Glenn Kdvckner. Assisting hostesses Mrs. Robert Anderson and Mrs. Larry Oeser .served re- freshments fore,ring the pro- gram. A lu.nhon hormring Ms. Rielmrd Langton, `Mrs. Robert Smith and Mrs. Davrel Irvi, n will be held on June 13 at he : Me'tHin Rouge in Spokane. Mrs. W"ffiam Ikid ,and Mrs. Merritt Jolmson ave co-chair- men. Mrs. Ted 'Stahlborn armounc- ed committees for the a,nual Beta summer l'CniC July 11 at Williams Lake. A special meeting of the grou bus been caed to dis- cuss organizatiorml plans at the .home of Mrs. A1 Ogden on Tuesday at 8 p. m. AI mem- bers .are urged to attend. The program on "Amateurs" was given by Ms. WiLliam Tavenner, who showed pictures aml the ribbons and trophies her Arabimx ,hrse hs won in hows. She exaied the makeap of judging ad show- irg horses. This was the last eguhr meeting of the sWizg. Dr. Peter Hansens Parents Of Son Dr. and Mrs. Peter O. In- sen of St. Paul, lm., m'e par- ents of a sen, Peter F_xik, born May 19. The bby wig.hed nine pounds. randarets are rs. Berta Olson, Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Hanson. Dr. and Mrs. I-Iareson and Peter Jr. plan to visit in (Tne- ney in July before oing to Ahska, where e wil practice in the Juneau Clinic. LODGE NEWS axttm chapter OES will meet Mon&ay at 8 p. m. ha the Masonic Temple. Balldg ad btsiness is pl, anned. Phs for the grand session in Seattle June 25, 26, 27 will .be dis- cussed, as a n ,ber of the members will attend. This is the last meeting bfore the summer recess, with meetings resuming in September. Rebekah :odge met Wedes- da evonirg in the IOOF lll. The 73rd a'nual sessio_s will be held in the Spokane IOOF hall June 20-25. Rebeh and Odd Fellow ldges will .hold joint gaa4 sessions for over : 1,000 member m W 'hg- ton, Alaska and the North- western states. Wfler B. Gehr- ig, Vancouver, Wh., grand nmster for IOO'F, will preside. Mrs. Mldred Davis, grand as- sembly president, will conduct Rebekah l*odge ladies in ses- sions at the Masonic Temple. The Junior IOOF bos and 'Theta Rho girls wl aks con- vene at this time. TILICUM NEWS The board of cIreers met Tuesday at the home of Ms. Stanley Pierce. lesent wre Mrs. M. A. Mamoe, l_rs. Stun Hendircks, Mrs. Etta BresIell, Ms. Carl Rudolf, Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mm. John Mmnana- his and Mrs. Pee. Depart- i ment chairmen anti pogmm :chairmen presented the yearly :programs. Regular board meet- ings will be on the first Tues- dayy morning of the mortth. The next wiU be in September. The mlmeum ws open Tues- day for 50 students t Betz and (Lheney .gh schools. Openings ave available during the summer on request ad ap- pointment. 80TH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Carl Rosenzweig cele- brated her 80th birthday Sun- day ,at the Cheney N'sing Home. Her family and many friends called n 'her and sere cards and gifts. CHURCH NEWS JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Two ministers from the 0al congreg, aon of hovah's witnesses have been eppointed to positiors of service in connection with the Watch- tower convenon here June 19-21. Fred Huffman, Spekane, envention director, said, "The convention staff consisting of some 44 men, 22 de- partments, has now been s:e- lected and the,it appointments corfirmed. Everett Story of Four Lakes, presiding minister of the Cheney con,gregaon, and Richard Chrisensoa, Che- ney, assistant presiding min- Ster, are ,among those selected. Story will direct the conven- tion orchestra and Christen- son wiLl serve as assistant dur- ing the Immersion of new min- isters. As with abl eonvetons of Jelevah's witnesses the world over, the heney meet- ing will be supervised by vol- unteer personnel who agree to serve where eeded to meet the needs of the delegates." ALl members of the saff are ordained mtnseers wlm have developed spe,eM ,skills to fa- cilitate opelation of he con- vention. The three-day meeting is expected to draw up, ovals of 1,200 persons rom 18 eowgre- gat3ons in eastern Wasling- ton. METHODIST Vacation Bible school, spon- sored jointly by the Methodist church ,nd the Cis*ian church, will be held June 8- June 13 in *he Methodist church. Ages from rdergar- ten hough jtmi, ar high axe eligible to attend. Mrs. E. H. Wagoner, supervisor, will be assisted by Mrs. James Bhck- shaw, Mrs. Ken 'y, Mrs. Warren Westerman and Rev. and Mrs. Donatd toss. Hours will be 9:30 a. m. to 11:30 a. m. Dr..and Mrs. Loyd Vande- Berg arid Janiee will be on- ored with a farewell party Saturday :at 8 p. m. in the Methodist ehtmch, sponsored by Church members, Sunday school teachers nd pupils. The VandeBergs w'I be on leave from EWSC or ,a yeax and will live krt Honoll. CAMP FIRE NEWS Oki Cha Ya Horizon club Camp Fire Girls went to Lake- land Vil'hge to-present a ptp- p00set show to the C,amp F00re there. Mrs. Joe Daug-i erty directed. CharaCters in "T, hree Billy Goats" were Pare ReSd, Di,e Atkinson, Di- ,ave Lauff and et Drum- nmnd. In the "Kansel and Gretel" east were Hether Pat- !more, Darbne Deini'nger, Johnson, Colleen Dug'y, Pat Graves, Betty Smirch and Patty Chatburn. A special "Wil- lie the Cown" act was pre- sented by Ann Fetcher. NEWS BRIEFS My. arid Mrs. Riclavd Roos returned Friday from the coast, where bey spent vee weeks with their ,son, Dr. Paehard Roos. En route hey were guests of her sister in Enfiat ad relatives in Wermtchee. Miss Ftorence Rue, h,o spe the past 10 days in We- navhee with *her starer in hw, Mrs. Hanson, returned ffme over the weekend. Mrs. Marior Bait had as Sa- urday gues her daughter, Mrs. Richard Jordan, and h)u children of Rodn, a. Mrs. Ivy Cord entertadne.d with an open h.,,,'hou'se party Dri- day evening in honor of her granddaughter, Kay Cordill, who was a gradate in the high school ehss. Guests i,n- eluBed Miss Cordill's parer, Mr. a'nd Mrs. N. A. Cordfll., other mebers of he family, relatives arid friends. `Mr. d M.s. J'ohn Van Brtmt a,nd Mrs. H. G. Roy- rmlds spert Memorl Day in St. `Movies ,and Chrka, Ida,tin, eorrdg ,kome through Mos- cow and Pt,rnan. Ms. CaroRne Sptaer eater- tained a,s Saturday afternoon guests her son, Amel Spuler, and children of Slague. Mrs. Olive Swegle received ward of the graduatima of her gramtson,, Billy MeKiey, from Ed, monds Itigh School this week. Mr. ,and Mrs. o Ball re- turned tthis week from Ever- ett, where they atemled the high school graduaio of their  granddaughter, Le.ore Rail from Cascade I-igh School in Everett. Mrs. Corge Ehtved, Trail, Goodwill Industries EMPLOYS THE HANDICAPPED "Have you "ever wondered whet you would do if you could not get a job due to some handicap. Tocl 125 handicapped folks, Inl'nd Empire people, working at Goodwill faced this problem. Your repairable discards of clothing and household items gave them an answer. Send 11 repairable items to Goodwill where they help to do the most for people  handicapped people." CALL MRS. VIOLET SHARPE, 235-6608 FOR A TRUCK PICKUP. B. C., the ,former ,Mas. H. De- laney of Cheney, spent a day last week in Ohoney. She vis- ited old friends and neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conley we,re evening guests of their niece, Mrs. Don Johnson, in Spokane Valley, where the) " attended the band concert at West Valley Hi,h School. Mr. and Mm. Jah Bank, s ar- rived home this week after spending the wirter in Phoe- nix, Ariz. They are guests o,f their daughter, Mrs. Elmo Bart- lett, before moving into the home o Oakland St. Mrs. Julia Butler entertain- ed as callers tas week Mrs. C. W. Alexander, Mrs. J. Pul- len, Mrs. 1ary Ka'M and Mrs. Sl,a.vens. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Galloway entertained  Surday dianer guests .hr parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Tackett, of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bell entertained as weekend guests her s'mter, Mrs. Peter Parrott, an,d daughters Annbele and Twinka of Povthnd, a brot1e, Wil.tiam Bell, and his daughter Nora, Porthnd. Mrs. Jack Hornback of Long Island, N. Y., spent Frida$ af- terrmon in Ohen,ey with Ma, s. Clyde Stewart. She s the fo- nier Marilyn Newton, whgse mother, Mary Newton, is ill in D eaeortess hospital. ames S. Lane, Who sus- tained a hrolen :p last week at his home here, i.s recovering in the Deaeoness ,hospital, room 534. Oallers ,are wek:ome. Mrs. James Sb_ind return- ed Saturday evening from Walta Wal]a where she spent a week with Mr. taxrd Mrs. Jack Weigand and daughter, Janet. Mrs. Mary Newton, who has been in Deaconess ospitai for severai weeks, ba moved to a nursing :horm in Moscow, Ida- he. Her address s e/o Mrs. I-hrvey Smith, 610 East Third, Moscow. She is eager to hear from her many Cheney rierds. Mrs. Marion BLair spet Sun- day in Puman fr eonunence- ment exercises, where er son Jim received 'his degree in physical edtmtion from Whsh- ingtn Ste Univty. At-[]  tending with ,her were three da, ughters, Mrs. Start Burk- halter of BeImn, M. Jack Allen of Part, and and Mrs. Dick Jordan of Am, ber. Mrs. E. Wilkes, Tekoa, spent the past week here a a guest m of her daughr, ,Mrs. Cal Hair. She attended the high school graduation of Robert Hair, and the inSta,ltationm of Job's Daughters, whve Pa- tricia Hair:is a "line officer, l[] Mr. arid Mrs. C. W. Alexand- [ er entertain as Saturday[ guests, his son, W" 'flliana Alex J ander, f Riehland, a dughter, ! Mrs. Glen Jon, Spokane, and Richard Jotms, v&o is i,n [] the Navy n Fire, ida. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zesigr and children from Oevile and Mr. and Ms, W I-g- ley of FairchiM AFB spent Svrtday aftevrmon ,here width Mr. ,ad Mrs. C. W. Alexander. Mr. a,nd M. Ehner Luiten returned Sunday from a two- weeks acatio, in Olifornia. They visited her two sisters, Mrs. Wayne Rosenoff, Monte- '-- -- 7 III rey, and Mrs. Laura Hanson,[H" S. Graduation Bblop. Rev. and Ms. K. W. Larri- ] Is Triple Occasion son entertained as weekend For McMillans guests Mr. arld Mrs. P. H. Dtln - lap fro LaConnor. Arivig to- Cheney .high school s corn- day are their dau,ghtevs, Bey- nmncement exerei, ses Friday erly and Ruth, from Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. George Fo- sore entertained as weekend guests theier son, Bryce Fos- sore and flu'rally from Silver- dale. Willam Nelson, who under- ent surgery hst week in Dea- eo.ess hosgitat, is recovering nicely, according to. ,his daugh- ter, Mrs. Edwin Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Marsh entertained ,her ,aunt, Mrs. Joe Grab, am, Coeur d'Alene, lst week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mann (Maxine Graham) (f Coeur d'Alene spen Sunday evening with them. Mrs. H G. Reynolds, who 'has been a guest of 'her broth- er, Jolm Van Brunt, eft for her home in Roseburg, Ore., Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfiam Fis,her and sons of Bridgeport arm ]Mr. ,and Mrs. Keith Hmr and daughters, Spokane, spent Menarial Day .in Cheney with theSr paren*s, My.. ad Mrs. Ernest Havr. David Walker, son of Mr. a,nd Mrs. Rex Walker, Bellevue, will arrive tod,ay to spend a week 'here with his gvandpax- ens, Dr. a,nd Mrs. O. E. John- son. Gu,ests ,at he home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed W:ioubby and Glenn, who atterded gradu- ation ceremonies t Oheney Hgh School, were Mrs. Far- ence Willoughby and Art Wil- evcnin,g was a tri?le occasion for Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mc- Mil]'an as three of their grand- elidren were members of the gradu,ating class. The three gandeildren are Charnelle McCall, daughI- er of Mr. and Mrs. Ken,neth McCall (Edith McMillan); Nan- cy Hilto,n,, daughter o,f Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Hilton (tarnes- line McMi,llan); and Stephen McMiilan, :son o,f Mr. and Mrs. Ted McMfllan. Gains Admission Ruth E. Bl, aekshaw, 123 ly sold her farm lom:e to Fred McKinley and is moving to Spokane.  __ __ 1.ou,ghby, Oakesdile; Mr. and Cheney, NOTICE OF No. In the Superior Washington in Spokar, e. fn the Matter EDGAR J. State of kane.- ss. Ntiee is hereby Brash, the tate has rendered and{ ment, to and filed of Spokane ten her Final tratrix arid a tributiQn of said Court is asked to distribute the persons entitled charge the said ! Wednesday, the ls at the hour of at the Court room Court, in the Spokane County, for the hearing Final Accoun tribution, at which person ilterested appear and file ig thereto and Dated this Third street, Chene, h been Go. E. Fall, Clerk of the accepted far admision to the l n Harr freshman cl'a,ss at Wt:w.orth! (May College for the 1964-65 acad- i,,',er i,,d .... emie y'e,ax, i 708 ONB BIdj FARM HOME SOLD o. Mrs. Wills of Amber" recen,t- i, the Superior Washington, in Mrs. Herman ttarson, Mr. and Mrs. Norm, al Vrarsen, Jane:t and Larry, Mrs:. Alvin, Gall and Steve Bath f Tea and !Mr and Mrs. Harold Stveeter of Oheney. Mre than 64,000 orphans of deceased U. S. sex4eemen and women bave eneved train- ing in be Var Orphans Edu- eatin:l Assitarme program. [] [] [] [] []o PROGRAM [] [] [] [] [] [] Chairmen oS [] [] [] IF YOUR ORGANIZATION WANTS N [] AN INTERESTING, INFORMATIVE S [] PROGRAM THIS CLUB YEAR Smith Jewelers ] WILL PRESENT A PROGRAM ON o[] "DIAMONDS" Arrangements must be made at least 2 months in advance. Phone 235-6312 I ' []1 Spokane. In the HOMER E. State of kane.--ss. Notice is Alder, estate, has settlement to. ingtoi her Final istratxix eta and tribution of said Court is asked to tribute the persons entitled charge the said Wedreeday. the at the hour of Court room of ir the City of County, has ing and settlement and Petition for time and place ar said estate exceptions in test the same. Dated this 28th George E. and Clerk (May Randall, 1017 Paulsen NOTICE No. In the Superior Washir, gton in Spokare. In the FRANCES M. Notice is hereh signed has bee of the above has qualified persons ceased, duly upon the Building, Spokane, Randall, Daneki, the attorneys of at 1017 ingto and file such service in the above Spokane, months after the this notice, or they : Date of the notice is 29th Jean Kendall above estate. Randall, By C. D. Randall 1017 Paulsen Spokane, (May PHILIP 415 Spokane Spokane, NOTICE In the Superior Washlngton in Spokane. In the NELLIE M. Notice is hereby signed has trator with above estate has qualified all persons deceased are verified, with the undersigned ington Trust Ba] or upon Philip J of record at his & Easterr* ton, and file proof of such to the , '., . Swimming Pool with a Swim Suit from I III clerk of the Spokane, Wash., the first they will be Date of notice is 29th Washingto tor with estate. Philip J. 415 S & E Bldg. _ ...--- ROBERT 415 S & E NOTICE In the Washington Spokane. In the FRANK State of kane.--ss. Notice is DeArth, the above estate presented for filed in the County, State Account as petition for the tote, in which settle to the heirs same, and trator, and that of June, 196, o'clock a. m., said Superior kane, in said duly fixed for the of said FIll for Dis place any may ,appear writing Dated this Geo. E. Clerk of By Ralph (MaY 415 Spokane In the Vashington in Spokane. In the AROVHIE B. Notice is signed ham been,| of qualified sor having are verified. the ton, as Malott, office at 415 ing, Spokane with proof of the City of montlm after notice, or months after notice is Doris of the Thomas