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Thursday, June 17, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 3 June 17 Wren Pierson from I0 et at 7 a.m. at mghter Conven- June 19 at Eastern Wash- Commerce luncheon at Springs. Lions-meet at noon at t', June 19 ierson from 9 a.m. pool opens witff through Saturdays e .m. Open swim hours on 1-5 p.m. e V lun- Sale--Medmal Lak o ion will hold a at city hall from 9 a.m. , June 21 guard beach through Sept. 6. a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday 1 to 7 p.m. Saturday 1'OPS-meet from 6:30 at the Rental and Realty 11 Lake Street. TOPS--meet at 9 a.m. Heights Library. of American Seminar meets in the June 26. Lee and Steve an exhibition of welded works on paper at of Art through July July 25 at the g, June 22 the Cheney at 11:45 a.m. and 7 Medical Lake Rotary at the Elegant Egg. Wren Pierson from 10 council meeting in city council meeting at p.m. y, June 23 Kiwanis--meet at 6:30 Cafeteria at Eastern State ;DAY5 [_ Clinie-Cheney rodeo cli- rds, P a! 6 p.m. at the Rodeo 825 vr  Ighway 904. Adam Cruse Cruse, born Jan. 31, Passed away June 10. his parents, Stan Cruse of Seattle, pater- Carl and Juanita and maternal grand- and Marvel Kerr of M. Brown for Hilda M. Brown, Cheney June 16 at the the Jerue Funeral " Claire Richards offici- followed at Spokane one daughter, Cheney; three step- lUde Brown, Sumner, Sprague, and and one brother, d'Alene, Idaho. in death by her L. Brown, in 1976. to Hospice or to the Cheney Scribe A TION to extend our thanks to all and neigh- their memorial flu wers, 1 and 1 COrn- 1 SUpport dur- of sorrow I be remem- Family  Gregory's ice cream shop opens doors this weekend Gregory's Icecream Emporium is slated to open this weekend in down- town Cheney, corner of First and F streets. Some 20 different flavors of hard icecream will be featured by owner John Gregory of Cheney, who noted there will be a full menu of icecream specialties, as well as sandwiches and soups. Sherbert also will be offered, and Gregory said he may consider serving home-made icecream at some point in the future. Sandie Hysom will serve as manager of the shop, assisted by other part-time help. "I've got a lot of faith in the viability of the community," said Gregory, who has a background in accounting and financing. The owner said he hoped his refurb- ishing work in the old building would help to encourage other business per- sons to do the same. "I thought I'd make my contribution by helping to make the general environment better," he said, referring to his building as his "own little urban renewal project". Hours at the restaurant will be from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday through Thursday, and from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays. Edwall principal plans talk Jim Corver, the new principal of Christian Heritage School in Edwall, will make a presentation and conduct a question and answer session on June 18, at 7:30 p.m. The former principal of Northwest Christian School will talk about Christ- ian Heritage School in the Keene Anne of the Community Church of Medical Lake. West Plains area residents are in- vited to attend the meeting concerning the school which is the only Christian School in Eastern Lincoln County. Club/Social News 4.H members attend conference Seven Cheney and Spangle-area 4-H members are spending this week at Washington State University in Pullman where they are attending the 1982 State 4-H Convention. Representing the Frog Hollow Club of Cheney are Todd Baumgartner, Jeff Olmstead, Tracie Spooner, Chris Donley, Michelle Bowman, Paula Kruse and Mark Kiver. Representing the Paradise Clovers Home Ec Club of Spangle is Christine Rice. Among special speakers will be WSU's Football Coach Jim Waldren. Cowebelles donate food Spokane County CowBelles celebrated "Beef for Fathers Day" recently by donating beef for the Cheney Senior Citizens monthly pot luck dinner held at City Hall. The CowBelles purchased, cooked and served 21 pounds of boneless beef roast and a seven-pound meat loaf. This was greatly received and enjoyed by all attending. Those attending also received a packet of brochures, including a free packet of beef tea. Dorothy Kukuk is chairperson of the Fathers Day promotion. Scouts camp in Canada On June 4, Cheney Troop 356 set off into the Canadian Rockies for a Canadian Camporee. The troop was the only American troop to attend. Cheney Scouts competed against Canadian Scouts in events such as knots and lashings, fire building and the obstacle course. A team of Canadian skiiers and surveyors spent two days setting up the course, which required compass techniques to complete. A lot of patch trading took place among all the Scouts, and Cheney Scouts came home with a few berets. Despite rain throughout much of the trip, a good time was reported by all, according to Troop Scribe Mike Gildea. Tilicum Club plans luncheon "Volunteerism", the theme chosen for the 1982-83 activities of Tilicum, Cheney Women's service organization will provide guidelines for a planning session on Monday, June 24, when the Executive Board will be guests at a luncheon at the home of the club's president, Mrs. Conrad Lauff. There are currently seven interest groups associated with Tilicum: American Home Literary, Environmental, Fine Arts and International Education Departments, as well as "The Tuesday Luncheon Group" and "The Lunch Bunch", which meets on Friday noon. Officers recently installed include Mrs. Conrad Lauff Vice President; Mrs. William Bradshaw, Second Vice President; Mrs. E.L. Bartlett, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Claude Nichols, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. Melvin Anderson, Treasurer; Mrs. William Butler, Past President; Mrs. Ernest Johnson and members at large Mrs. Lester Zimmerman, Mrs. Eugene Kurtz, and Mrs. Patrick St. John. Mrs. Harold B. Edgett has been appointed publicity director, Ladies interested in learning more about the activities of this group are invited to call any of the officers: Mrs. Lauff at 235-6328, Mrs. Edgett at 2354223 or Mrs. Michael Miller at 2354802. Set clocks for outage The Cheney Light Department has scheduled a two-hour power outage in the north part of the city on Friday morning, June 18, for substation main- tenance. The outage will occur in early morn- ing from 1 to 3 a.m. The affected areas are: Washington, north of Elm; Irene Place; N. 6th; Betz Road; First Street, north of Cheney-Marshall Road; and all areas north and northeast of CARD OF THANKS A sincere thanks to our wonderful family for the beautiful golden wedding anniversary open house held in our honor June 6th. To the relatives and friends who shared the joyous occasion, -- for the cards, flowers and count- less expressions of friend- ship, a special, warm thanks. You made our day a truly "golden" one, with Cheney. Residents are advised to adjust their many more memories to wake up alarms Thursday night for the treasure. two-hour power outage. Charlie & Ellen Proctor Ill - Experience Coun ts ! 9 years of creative HAIR DESIGN FOR MEN & WOMEN For the look you want Call AA RON HINES 359- 7840 CAMPUS HAIRSTYLING Pence Union Building - OPEN ALL SUMMER - EWU Campus m i ii Centennial supported The CheneylMedical Lake Rotary Club recently contributed $540 towards the Cheney Centennial Celebration. The money was raised during the recent May Day Salmon Bake, attended by 200 to 300 area residents. Presenting the check to Centennial Chairman Hugh Mills, right, are Rotarlan$ Sherm Blake and Terry Quinn, chairman of the Sill- men Bake. To date, local organizations have contributed about $4,000 to the upcoming celebration. Other contribu- tors include: Cheney Lions Club, G.A. chapter of PEO, Washington Water Power, Seattle First Bank, Chem|y Ki- wanis Club, F&M Bank, Beta Delta of Beta Sigma Phi, Gamma Theta of Beta Sigma Phi, Burlington Northern Rail- road, Cheney Tilicum Club, Cheney Chamber of Commerce, Lincoln Mutual Savings Bank and Nabisco. Eric Duenow Eagle selected Eric Duenow, 18-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Duenow of 1002 Salnave Rd., Cheney, recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. The newly graduated Cheney High School senior first entered Scouting as a Cub Scout in April of 1972. In April of 1975, he entered Boy Scouts, which was followed by his entering Explorer Scouts in September of 1979. The Eagle ceremony was conducted June 8 at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church of Cheney. During his Scouting experience, Duenow was a senior patrol leader and held the post of secretary/ treasurer. I II Danny Gaither Johnson, Fleck repeat vows . , . : Peach gladiolas, carnations, daisies and mums were used as decorations for the ceremony, which was officiated by Fr. Godley. The bride wore a candlelight-satin gown, accented with alecond lace, embroidery and medallions, with a sweeping train. The sweeping veil also was edged in matching lace, and the bride carried a bouquet of peach roses, carnations and stephanotis. Mrs. "Ted Garwood, Sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Janice Roggy and Mrs. John Fleck, sister-in-law of the groom. Bert Childs, friend of the groom, served as best man. Ushers were Ed Stamm, brother- in-law of the groom, and Tom Fleck, a brother. Serving at the reception were Mrs. G.H. Howard, Mrs. R.M. Walker, Melinda Walker, Christy Getz, Mrs. D.B. Irvin, Mrs. Daryl Hagie, Mrs. Tom Fleck, Mrs. Dave Fleck, Sandy Rice and Lori Wenham. The bride is a 1977 graduate of St. George's High School of Spokane and attended Green River Community College in Auburn. The groom is a 1967 graduate of Auburn High School. He has served in the U.S. Air Force and graduated from Green River Community College. Currently, he is employed by the Fleck Plastic Company of Auburn. The couple now resides in Auburn, following a wedding trip to the Hawaiian islands of Kauai and Maui. Gospel singer scheduled Danny Gaither and his band en- semble will be at the Cheney Nazarene Church, 333 Betz Road, for a 7:30 p.m. Friday evening Gospel Concert Gaither, along with his brother, Bill, has brought joy and new music to Gospel Singing in America, more than any other person in the past decade. Every gospel church in America has been singing this new music. The ensemble includes: Dave Red- man, on the grand piano, who also sings with Danny; Randy Melson, at the drums; and Nick Gaither, Danny's and Toni's son, on the bass. Pastor J.C. PulLs encourages the local public to come early for a good seat. A freewill offering will be taken. Beehive Restaurant b Lounge 108 "G" Street Big Malden Days Celebration Mr. and Mrs. Ouane Fleck Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun. - June 17-20 THE RANCHER BREAKFAST Biscuits & Gravy, 2 Eggs, Hashbrowns, Ham, Bacon & Sausage Served all day $2.95 ALL DAY SPECIALS Chicken Special Seafood Dinners 3 pc. Fresh Chicken Oyster, Crab, Clams, Potatoes & Gravy, Salmon or Soup or Salad Prawns $2.99 from $3.95 TEAK incl: Baked Potato, Soup or Salad 12,14 oz $4.95 15-17 oz $5.95 FEATURING: THE MOONSTONE BAND 4 Piece Band with the Beat IIIII I Back by Popular Demand Music starts at 9 Come Out to Malden Days Watch Randy in the Beehive Demolition Car We'll be there with I 9UBB'II00 ItlO1OP CHENEY Sponsored by Parks & Recreation - Moos Field Sat., June 19th - 2 shows - 6 & 8 p.m. THIS DATE =. : ::.._ ._.:_.__-,._: ,:_.. UNDER 12 YEARS OLD THISTICKET COURTESY OF AREA MERCHANTS AND PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS PEOPLE I I I ! I I I I I I ! I ! I I I I I I I / II