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ens in Paul Mary Butt, daughter of Jack ,and Peg Butt of Che- ney, will give her first performance tomorrow evening when the Chimera Theatre Company of St. Paul, Minn., opens with the award.winning production of "Oliver" at the St. Paul Arts and Science Center. The actress received degrees in voice and music from Indiana University and spent one year of spe- cialized study st the Academy of Music in Vienna, Austria. She also has worked at the Riverfront Theatre in Missoula, Mont. Chimera Theatre is the largest community theater in the nation, operating year-round with 600 seats. Week f, June 10 Wren Pierson from 10 at 7 a.m. at the the Airway Heights from 2 to Thursday, June 10, 1982 Cheney Free Press Paqe 3 pr Department sets registration, offers Cheney circus tickets ...... Pre-registration for Cheney Parks Cheney Parks and Recreation Depart- and Recreation Department activities ment joins him in urging everyone to ' has begun at the Fisher Administration participate in some activity this sum- Building and will continue through June mer. 17. The department reminds local resi- dents that it also has tickets available Weekday pre-registration hours will for the upcoming Big John Strong be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Registration circus, which will feature two shows at also will be held this Saturday from 9 6 and 8 p.m. on June 19 in Cheney. Also a.m. to noon. Classes will begin the selling ticketsareJarmsHardareand Museum features local artist week of June 21. A complete listing of Book & Brush. Children, age 12 and summer offerings appeared in last under, get in free. Those over 12 will be Cheney artist Judy McMillan last week was one of the five artists to win weeks Free Press. Brochures also were admitted for $3.50 per person, but an $8 awards in the 34th-annual Art Show, sponsored by the Cheney Cowles Museum sent out in the local mail. family ticket is available. (Family in Spokane. Washington State Governor John tickets are good for up to seven Spellman has proclaimed June as immediate family members.) McMillan's work, "Just Suppose", which is short for "The World Moves with Recreation and Parks Month, and the For more details, call 235-6134. Perfect Harmony", won the watercolor award as selected by this year's juror Bob Nugent. The Cheney-area artist told the Free Press that her work portrays a realistic view of leaves and wildflowers, with many smaller subjects hidden B u s "t n e s s m eeti ng topic depicts throughout the painting, her general style. The picture above is from section of the work and A graduate of Cbeney High School and an art strudent of Ruth Hanrahan, The Business Development Commit- contacts with possible new industry for McMillan has since earned a Baehelor of Fine Arts degree from Eastern tee of the Cheney Chamber of Corn- the community. Washington University and now is employed in the Instruction Media/Graphics merce is slated to give a report on local On June 16, the Chamber board will Department at EWU. Past awards have included having a work purchased this commerce at the Chamber's noon meet for its regular business meeting at past spring for the new Spokane City Hall and receiving a commission for a luncheon on June 17 at the Willow 7 a.m. at the Elegant Egg. work for the Bicentennial. Springs Station. The Retail Trades Committee for the McMillan also has another work, "Light is a Vessel Filled", at the Cheney The committee is headed by Ben Chamber reports that the annual Side Cowles Museum. The annual show will be open through Aug. 22. Museum hours Jarvis of Telephone Utilities. The re- Walk Sale will be held July 9 in arefroml0a.m, to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, and 2 to 5 p.m., Sundays. port will include information on corn- connection with the Cheney Rodeo Days J udy M c M i I I an There is no admission charge. munity promotion and progress on events. .j • i", ..... ,,,,..,...,. ^Am e • for the lovely dinner • ,..u,W,=,u,°,,v,,o, .... k • A Tokarsyck, on getting • Mr. Fred Geschke line on the DesChamps/ IF va,r denree in Crimi- - Mr. & Mrs. E. W. Geschke fling photo last week was i --- o • • & Family Wide Variety of Samples to View e Photographer was Doris  nal Justice from EWU. _ rn Blake was the photo-  • Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Geschke   the Hindrichs/Knudsvig • You finally" flnlshedll" • i • & Family Wedding invitations o pictured on the same • "'" • Mr. & Mrs Gerald Geschke Napkins • • & Family • • • • • • • • • • •  Thank You Notes r,,-.-,,,,,,-.-.,,-..-.-.-.--.-.,,-.-.,, mm m mmmmm From the I COUPON t Cheney Free Press H. Stuart ' ' II °" "'" II 00,ttorney School's Out-Let's Celebrate!! 1 General : | OFF LARGE PIZZAS I ; 'agtlce of = good through June 19, 1982 ! i 424 Rrst I Sun.-mhurs. 3 to 9 pm 112 First St. | WA 235-5114 ,VE 235-5196 | Cash value 1/20 of one cent will be held on June at the Spokane County on the 1983 update of Area Plan on Aging. Building is located at W. lye., Spokane. Locally, a available for review Library at Eastern Wash- as well as the Area Agency on lg and other ibraries. the proposed fund- senior programs in 1983 ,gency on Aging's work 1983. Comments received Public hearings will be the Panel on Aging and on the Agency on Warranted, the plan will be to reflect the concerns ex- hearing set Friday June II ashmgton University--Cen- exercises at 11 Court of the Special His Excellency, Kurt former Secretary-General Church News Shaffer weds in Copenhagen Cheney Community Church EmmanuM Lutheran Church preview of the activities planned for the Eight new members joined with the Deborah Marie Shaffer, daughter of Puppets will tell Bible Stories this Summer Schedule begins next Sun- school, church last Sunday. They are Bill Box, Casey Shaffer of Cheney and the late week at Cheney Community Church. day at Emmanual Lutheran Church. The Vacation Bible School, as well as Chris Donley, Janet Hancock, Bob and Bob Shaffer, and Mark Wojdyla, son of "Fran and Friends Puppets" will give Worship will be held at 9 a.m. each the Lifelighter puppets, are under Joan Huotari, Gavin Smith and Jenni- Carl and Beverly Tillack of Rome, their outstanding presentation Sunday, Sunday through Sept. 5. the direction of Nadine Hopp, with for and William Wright. N.Y., were united in marriage May 6 in June 13, at 7:30 p.m. The Sunday School will not meet Rhonda Higgins, Don Coumbs, Buddy Copenhagen, Denmark. The programs will continue each during the summer. Classes will re- Rogers, Debra Hargrove and Connie Both are stationed with the U.S. evening through Friday, June 18. sume on Sept. 12. Vacation Bible School Coumbs working as puppeteers. Seventh-day Adventists Army at Schwienfurt, Germany, where Seventh-day Adventists from they are in the Military Police Group, "People of all ages will enjoy the is planned for the week of July 2@30. United Churchof Christ throughout Eastern Washington, Det "E". plays, songs and stories", states Pastor The United Church of Christ will Northern Idaho and Northeastern Ore- Claire Richards, "you are invited to ltayford Community Church switch to its summer schedule this gon will eonverge at College Place, WA, Subscribe come and bring the family." Hayford Community Church will hold Sunday. Worship services will begin at June 11-19 for the annual camp meeting Fran Wallace, with considerable help Vacation Bible School June 14-25. 10 a.m. The nursery will be open from from her husband, Nell, and a team of Class will be held from 8:45 a.m. to of the church.  H of the United Nations, will be the young people, puts on these puppet noon for childrenve years old throh 9; 45 to11:15. BIG JOHN STRONG '[ "The Church, located at N. 6th and Housing for the camp meeting visi- programs in churches throughout the sixth grade. Formore information, call 0akland, honored the teachers who tots is provided in the dormitories of featured speaker. Inland Empire. Fran is not only a 244-9480. Saturday, June ,2 have served the Christian education the college and in motels in the area..' SON p.resent Recycling--at Wren Pierson from 9 a.m. puppeteer, but also is a ventrilogquist. Cheney Baptist Church program this past year. ttonored were Recreational vehicles and trailers pro- - On Saturday morning, at 6:45 a.m., she Cheney Baptist Church is in the final Janet and Jeremy Anderson, Sharon vide housing in a temporary trailer ||| to 1 p.m. is the emcee for KXLY-TV's "Sunday stages of active preparation for Vaca- Batty, Hal Bodle, Bill Box, Pam Cor- park. Starting with a 6:30 a.m. devo- : 13 6 Showalter Gallery-is the site of Karlea School Of The Air". Lion Bible School, which begins June 21 lett, Dick and Mariann Donley, DeDe tional program, a full schedule of Smith's thesis exhibition through July There will be no admission charge for and runs each morning for five days. and Wilfred Gamon, Jim and Susanne 30. meetings is planned for each day. Gallery Seven--on the seventh floor of the puppet presentations. Featured at this school for children Gresham, Gwen Harper, Betty Hatch, Separate sessions for the five divisions At the 11 a.m. Worship Hour, Sam ages four through the sixth grade will Hugh Hunter, Linda Isaacs, Madelon of youth ranging from toddlers to the Ben Marche will feautre an ex- Buckingham of Werner Pacific College, be the Lifelighter Puppets, performing Jordan, Bob Lass, Roland Lewis, Linda teen-agers are also planned. hibition of ceramics by Randy Cook Portland, will be guest soloist at each morning. The puppets will be Long, Dixie Massengale, Hugh Mills, Meetings throughout the day are free through July 30. Cheney Community Church. He will singing and presenting a daily con- Susan and Tom Oswald, Kay Robinson, and open to the public. The general Monday, June 14 sing a number of sacred gospel songs, tinued story. The Lifelighter puppets Carl and Cheryl Schween, Art Seaton, public is especially invited to partici- Medical Lake TOPS--meets from 6:30 including some that he has composed. to 8 p.m. at the Rental and Realty will be performing prior to the opening Lelia Smith, Barbara Tucker, Darlene pate in the evening meetings, which office, West 111 Lake Street. of the Vacation Bible School at the Weller, Margaret and Ray Whitfield, begin at 7"10 p.m. in the Walla Walla Airway Heights TOPS--meets at 9 a.m. Cheney United Methodist Safeway grocery store on Saturday, Ruth Williamson and Ed and Jane College Church, 4th and Bade, in College at the Airway Heights Library. This Sunday, June 13, Cheney United June 19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. as a Yarwood. Place. Cheney--Planning Commission meets Methodist Church will begin its sum- at 7 p.m. in city hall. mer worship schedule. Morning wor- Tuesday, June 15 ship will start at 9 a.m. Church School Weight Watchers-at the Cheney Chris- classes will resume in September. tian Church at 11:45 a.m. and 7 p.m. Theehurch is located at Fourth and G (_ /I-- ,_C.  Rotary-Cheney-Medical Lake Rotary streets. meets at noon at the Elegant Egg. Ve Recycling--at Wren Pierson from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Card of Thanks Cheney Care--Center board meeting at TRAINEO 7:30p.m, at the Care Center, Our heartfelt thanks to Have ANIMALS Medical Lake--City Council meeting at the many friends who 7:30 p.m. in city hail. Wednesday, June 16 sent flowers and cards IJN DI I=1 THlt ML Kiwanis--meets at 6:30 a.m. in the Weeding ""'=" cafeteria at Eastern State Hospital. at the loss of our dear Centennial--Committee of Cheney wife, mother, grand. AT meets at noon at the Elegant Egg. mother, and great- ML School Board--meeting at 7:30 p.m. *JUGGLERS, in the administration office, grandmother. A special • • • • • •• • • • et thanks to the ladies at Emmanual Lutheran