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Pge 4 Oheney Free Press Friday, July 17, 1964 KIDS HAVE LOTS OF FUN BUT Beta Sigma Phi ALL GOOD THINGS MUST END, Backs Arthritis  Cheney&apos;s chapter o,f Beta Editor's Note: Another sea- ;ime Windsor will be playing Sigma Phi, Gamma Theta, is son of fun arid companions,hip Medical Lake at John Shaw participating ir the ceuneii- in the sunny summer months Junior High School. wide drive to fight arthritis ====ghV/Ol--_ll  [ltl has come to an end. Unlike Cheney defeated Four through a benefit baseball school classes, where each pu- Mound and Windsor during the game this month. The game _ ]/pil cmpetesat hiswnlevel' past week" In thor AAA de 'ill be held n wednesday' these baseball games are con- tion Medical Lake beat Wn,d- Juiy 29, between San Die- ducted on a non-competitive sol go and the Spokane Inclia,ns. z=== ...... basis sololy for the sheer joy Amber scored its first win Tickets may be obtained fr3,m Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jen- testa, Calif., and ivw. and Mrs.. ". ,.. ;: .healed - ". sel, entertained as sa,turdaY ! Mel Sothan, also from Cab'for-lot e rr?gte n r the season by downing the any Beta membar Iamas 12-9 last week. The Nave Loin expressed ha,pc dinner guests their son, loh-  ; gd2w ote of Ilia. For the weekend 1;hey, ," ' hold :ngwOd Eiggy Rats beat the Pumas that the whole community will ert L. Jonson, David and Lori were joined by Mr.and Mrs;Ibitee, rwElero:me;h !0-4 and handed Cheney No. participate in this venture to and Mrs. Jonson of Spokane. Gen Jo 'lon aa.a 2mn2r./ning these games, and the kids, 5 a 10-5 loss. benefit the local Arthritis i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moorman bpoKane tar a [rtp tu uLuv. ] thoi-rvronts .and all the coach- In A league pIay the Jets Foundation. Through the entertained as a guest his to visit with the Ha.old ze-!--:----- _ - -,, sider family /es nave gone home nappy. An posted wins over the Windsor March of Dimes, which is also MR. AND MRS. LEO BUTEAU will be honored with week their daughter, Mrs . irs. Stanley Pierce and eh.il-I n/er :00toUred n nhOW Red Sox ,and the Lions. The aided by the local Beta chap- Ralph McLean, of Mold, Wash.  Devils edged the Lions 4-3 and ter, research leading to treat- sary Mass at St. Anne's Church, Medical Lake, and a dren spent Tuesday in Rear- ', e e year, when the touramen.t is smashed the Red Sex 15-4. rnent of .arthritis as well as at the Medical Lake high school Sunday to celebrate Mr. and Mrs. John Van tln wLth her mother, Mrs. J. I'played. Then, under the p,res- birth defects is benefited. It is years of marriage. Brunt are spending this week Wagner. at their Priest Lake cottage, where their daughter, Ruth, Mr. and Mrs W. R. Berloff ent program, you're on your Annual Sooy Family hoped that Cheney will sup- and ,husbax joined them for entertained .as hou,se guests own.---J. P. Picnic Attracts 50 part this effort and all go to I -- the baseball game o,n July 29.1ANN IVERSARY a few days before returng this week their son and wife to their home in Ontario, Can- from Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. By Terene Gamon TO Spokane Park Comma Thetas baseball-bene-IMASS TO HONOR fit committee is composed o:f' Dick Bergl, off, and Mrs. Jerry F-P Seciety Writer 3he annual Sooy family pic- Mrs. Merritt ,lohnson, Mrs. LEO BUTEAUS aria, Thursday Berg]off and three children The Spokane County Park nic was held on Sunday in Robert Smith, Mrs. Tom Scott Mr. and Mrs. Leo Buteau, Rt. Orvel Allen, salesman at of Spokane. Tuesday guests and Recreation Department Comstock Park at Spokane and Mrs. James Johnson. 2 celebrated their 50th wed- Brown arid Holter Motet Co., were Mr. ad Mrs. Harry Bich- boFs' baseball tournament wigh 50 a.tending, ding anniversary July 6. They has ,been avardexl a trip to New ards, and Bill Tabb of Spa- starts next week with action Among those present were A. Biehl's Father ,:,.ere married by the Rev. Fath- ._e,.,, .... ork City, the Bahamas and kalm. Mrs. G. L. Niehells and in three divisions. Mrs. Ivy Cordill and Mr. and er Charles Vanier in St. Peters .4,.b Nasseau for his car sales dur- Mr. and Mrs. Bergloff spent Six of the seven Oheney Mrs. Kirby Sooy of Cheney; eas:es Away July 2 church at Oconto, Wis. O. We hear a lot ,.,out r a ing the year. W. E. Betz ac- lhursd y in Lind as guests of learns and Amber will pac- Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cardill and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Biehl The Buteaus have bee,n res- search these days. Just companied him in the bserme Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Long-pate" The Cheney Jets are not three children 'and Mr. and .d:antsS. Vr t 40 i ea,c',? of Mrs. Allen, who is in Eur- meier. laying because they were un- Mrs. Kent Sooy and two chil- were called to Tacoma be,caase ,] sta[:ua if: r rVerr A. Webster defines (, the sudden death of his fath- I Y . ape this summer. Rober Mih- Mrs. Edwin Reed .has as a able to send their entry in be- dren of Amber; Mrs. Nellie cr, Arthur Biehl Sr., July 2. [ ba, as careful, systematic, have three children, study and investigafio aeisen, sales manager at Brown house guest this weeken{d her /ore the deadline. Seigel, Mr. and Mrs. John Set- Funeral services were held l.. Z  ' % , - some field of knowledge, and Halter, was awaled the brother, W. C. Nelson, from " ol ,wrs Tom #orsey, NewarK, from the Mount View Chap., 1, ." ....... dertaken to establi;h same trip, with Mrs. M]iWhael- New Jersey. Her son, Capt. "]7he Chmqey Lions play the gel and children, Mr. and Mrs. i; SaYne 5@t#e alns sen ,aompanying ,him. The Edwin Reed, will arrive early Windsor Yankees Moday a Ronald Kilo, and Mr. and Mrs. and interment was in the | , , principles. Like most ' is more viewed at a trip bv jet plane is spon, sored ]:ext week for a visit xm 8 p. m. at Fisher Field in the Len Cruteher, all of Pine City; Mount View cemetery at Taco-]_ . .^ p , .., _ , research . than it is close up. Day-b: by the Chevrolet eompa each the East coast. A tourney. The Cheney Devils Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Cordill, ma i nve tu granaenlmren. . when urv.vors are nls wte a,a-i ...... . ,. rcouires some year for salesmen arid sales Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harr face the Windsor Red Sox Man-Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Holltday, = ..... I Mr anti Mr Buteau will .be teamwork, a lot cf sv.-eat, marmgers. Theft at'so visited and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hart at- day at 6 p. m. at Linwoed. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crutch- otto, Tacoma; three sors, Ar- ] honored July 19 a an anm.ve,r- research the World's Fair. a Spokane Inan ball In the opening AA action, er and Dick, and Mr. arid Mrs. ;,_. : ........... ,;_tehikan !sary mass at 7 p. m. m, St. ability to withstand nm', bneney; tVan, :xv , t ^..:.., ,,,,h Ma,rtl,-l Lake .laska, and Ma. wn Shulton, ... " - ." Mrs. O rvel Allen left last ame last week. Cheney No. 5 meets Amber at Larry Paulson and sons, aU of , ,.. , . : ................. * ...... :1; tion, and willingness week for Europe with a group Mr and Mrs. Pete Billes- Linwood Tuesday at6 p. n,. Spokane; Mr and Mrs. Verne and one daughter Irs. D.arls at h th:wje[:re happy with 90 per of teachers fxm Temple Uni- bach entertained as guests on The Biggy R, ats play Chattaroy Seigel, Mr. ad Mrs. Homer e ure Research. which req itoll,i4ay d Bryan of Deer Dronen, Sitka, Al.aska.  '  ' - Edward Kowrach. Alter boys plenty of patience and a versity in Pemnsylvama. They Sumlay his two sisters, Mrs. at Evergreen Tuesday at 6 p. " of wretchedly hard will tour 10 European eoun- Al,ice Kelly, Lake Stevens, and m. and the Pumas travel to Park; Mr. and Mrs. Merl Set- will be Darel Buteau, Bick, touches every phase of tries for study and obsera- Mrs. Ann Northcutt, Spokane, Deer Park Tuesday to face the gel .and family of Lewiston, Chtlrch School Set Jim and David Spilker. ern life. Seemingly un Idaho, Mrs. Gale Seigel and Fo$owin,g mass a reception rhinos such as drugs, t}on on "Early Ghilhoed Eel- and heir daughter, Mrs. Mor-Windsor Cardinals at 6 p m. Sherrie of Wilbur and Mr. and Twin-lochurch camp,on Twin ucation in Kindevgarters." ris Slavens, Spokane. Chancy plys Linwood No. Mrs. Dan Imler and family of Lakes in Idaho has opened for will be held from 8 to 10 p.m. gines, cosmetics. in Medical Lake High Soiree,l. forms are all products Mrs. Allen heacs the kin<ler- Mrs. F. L. Rat: fe Sr. en- 2 Morday at 6 p. m at Medical Garfield. It was decided to bold the season and on lounay a search in one field or gaten in the FWSC Campus tertakaed with a coffee hour Lake in the opemn'g rotmd of the 1965 picnic in Cheney. number of Cheney Methodist given for them by thei(r ehil- School. She wilt return home Mond, ay or 60 guests honor- the AAA tourney. At the same girls will ,attend. They are Lin- dren, ass:tsted by St. Anne's B0][[RAK[R$ da Itardie, Mary Ann Breks, Altar Society. DAFN$ in August. g her aughter, Mrs. Fred Bethel 17 of Job's Daughters . Wood (Alice Rac'i.ffe), of CAP, MEN CARTER Lesl,ie Wagoner and Rose Anne O. Is there any counselor. here Saturday as a fund ais- Kathy Hove was one of Sutton Park wnl be a Attention, Ladies .e.P ing project. Afterwards they three studenls to pass the The Biliesbach and Mavens Miss Carma Carter was hen-  A. No. Deafness due to exposure to loud noise were gu.ests of Mr. and Mrs. swimmers test iast Friday at families celebrated the Fourth ored guest at a ,bridal shower MRS. SHEPARDLEAVES , be helped by treatment Moaday evening in MecKcaI Mrs. Ray Shepard left Mo,n- ] I Within .an 8 Mile Radii:us red Staborn at their Wil- the Cheney pool. The other of July with a picnic dinner at I,ake at the home of Mrs. Wil- day for Independence, Me., toll The personal interest hams Lake home for a sur- two were Alan Bea'd and Sutton park. Of Four Lakes prise birthday putty for Arme Johnny Frost. Present were Mr. and Mrs. liam Durfee. Co-hostess, was make her home near her chit-II take in the health of Staborn, Who was 16. A patio h'lorris Slavens and sans and Mrs. Pat Cal*han. dren. She will visit her dough- [ [ Call or Write we serve is of with the skill we put ka the dinner party was served after CHURCH NEWS Mrs. Grace Stickles of Spo- Twenty-two friends of the ter, Mrs. Lawren!ee Leek, at[I tanee swimming, boating and wter kane, Martin Billesbach of future bride presented gifts 07 North Kiger. Ind'epeLn'd-[I MRS. G. MOSER ins: of prescribed skiirg for 20 members. METHODIST Whi(by Island, Mr. nd Mrs from a symbolic open tmbrel-eree, until she establishes/[ Send Medical Question Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alex.an- BieeSn-l s% aa:edstiMrck la. Miss Carter ,and Edward her own residenc6. [1 FOUR LAKES /o Cheney :Free PreSS. dex hl as a house guest go. Members and the wone. 's  A.  , : SonrBeborn Jr. have set August past week a daughtea', society for Christian sevwce ;22""'22"';J.; i2ddu,, Mrs 16 for their wedding in the EAM /l " lb J.VJL-. 114.y z v, and Mrs. Ernest Gregory, hr- honored Rev. Howard Pittsad . . ace chapel at Faehild Air Force !r. and Mrs. Mel Same as [J FOR AVON PRODUCTS ............. eat_ion Kate Andevn, :Mm, .... bae s0td their home on Sec-[ bun, tay .=.m,u,,. _t""'" "1 u,- .,,o+,,.0, nri her re]est, and street to Mr. and Mrs. I cis Euehl, Mr d M.vs A W [Mrs. Bell of Mercer Islard, Mr. wtb he Ptts were Mrs. ra -, ...... CAMP F[ RE NEWS children Mr. Weaver wm be | 50th Anniversary n ................ - Richard Weaver and three] Reception Planned Phqis and i ad Mira "Tland Mrs. Kirby Sooy, lartin Cheney Camp Fire Gels are in the English department of} Freejm 2 e:tr ie. M.vllnabrChowf Ynd(re'adn Ea,,tern Washington State Col-, BE 5-634 A 50th wedding aariversary a r s " at Camp Sweyolakn each week lege. lr. and Mrs. Samos rec- reception will be held in the a durirg the season which began i  W.H. Cheney City Hall Sunday ffrom Moorman. ,Hndling the gues| ' "'" last month and runs through ently moved to Colville. 3 to 6 p. m. or Mr. ad Mrs. bok were Mrs. Sam Hatch and/ Frank Warrington of Spokane. Miss May Powell. Pouring cof-[ Bergs Honored At August 15. Blue Birds, Camp Fire, junior high and Horizon MRS. RYAN HONORED Ttmir daughter, Mrs. I.ouise fee were Mrs. Ernest Parker[ i::--,, --II Firr--r girls .are represented. Last Mrs. Ethel Ryan was hon- Egleton, and son Carl, War- and Mrs. John Van Brunt: rv-/"'a.ewe :l;n;r,lonering week parents visited the camp ored July 9 on her 81st brith- r ington, Wilbur, are plarmAng in g punch were Mrs Shirley[ [r e  y;s a ' on Lake Coeur d'Alene, w'hch day witha coffee hour given the event. Also,expected are Atwood and Mrs. Earl Br.ooLs, s s/d?telg2 d frets handicra,t, sports, !by her daughter, Mrs. Mel Mrs. Warrin'gten s sisters, Zen- Miss Linda Hardie asmsea nett Boots home Sunday, July swimming, 'hikes and outdoor, Samons, at the Cheney nrs- hie Dillon, Elsie Owen, @lara from the church youlh group. 1 " trainirg and a program in the ling home. Guests included Mrs. Moore, Ethel Garner, avid Hel- Besides the h ordered guests, dining room each evening. Ryan's two sisters, Mrs. Sadie en Freeman, and her borther CIIRISTIAN Henry Calvert. They extend a Installation services will be present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCall of Seattle and Mrs. Joe spciall invitation to all their hed for Rev. Delbert Elliott Spuler, Mr. and Mrs. Arhie Visiting Faculty Lennon of Farmington. friends to attend. Sun,(ay at 3 p,m. at the Jef- Horrffelt and Lori, Mr. ,and Welcomed At Tea fersan Street Christian ehurdn, Mrs. Ed Willoughby and Glenn, LODGE NEws S ith J I John Boyes Takes Spokane. Donald Boss of the Dr ad Mrs. Kenneth Swed- By Newcomers Group Royal Neighbor lodge will m ewe ers Cheney Christian church will berg and family and Mr. and Mrs. Boots and John and Mm'y. The Faculty Wives Newcom- hold ,a picnic Tuesday at 1 p. Bride In Illinois ,assist. Rev Elliott is a Chermy 408 FIRST ST. iative and is the so of Mrs.  The Bergs w!l leave this ors Group at Eastern Wash- m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. CH[ The wedding of Jelm Boyes tIarry Reitmeier. aturday for Mor,head, Minn., ington State College held a John Banks. Members arid bus- tea July 2 honoring ladies on band, s are invited to bring a and Pauline Nizille'iez where Mr. Berg, who was bud- 1 YOU took place July 11 in George- BAPTIST get director for Eastern Wa- ihe visiting summer aculty. picnic dinner with dishes and toy.m, Ill., in St. Isaac Cth, oic The Baptist church is sport- ington State College the past The tea was held at the home silverware. A short busness church, two years, will have a similar of Mrs. Dorvan Breitenfeldt. meeting will ollow far the The bridegroom, son of Mr. soirg two weeke,rds of revival position at Morehead State president of the group. Pour- semi-a,rmual report of the meeting July 17, 18, and on iatg for the occasion were Mrs. audit committee. ad Mrs.R.T. Boyes of Chancy, July 24, 25, and 26. Time is College. is a graduate of Chancy-High 7:30 on Friday and Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Hornfelt have Cedric Coln.ess and Mrs. Ken- purchased the Berg ihome at ne-h Swedburg, immediate AT OPEN HOUSE WhaleS go School and EWSC. He served and 7 on Sunday. )ast president and vice presi- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fe'guson four years Jr, the Navy. The Gospel singing will be led by 311 North Sixth. tezlt, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hair at- bride, daughter of Mr. and Danny Coker, a revival singcr The Newcomers Group rec- tended the open house of "The lg. Jo, Niziolkiewiez Jr., noted for his unique style in ::ntly held an election. New Pine Shed" in Spokane Tues- Georgetown, II1., is a graduate in singing and his warm per- THE officers are Mrs. Dorvan Breit-d,ay evening. Mrs. Hair is a of high school in DanvilJe, Ill., sormlity, enfeldt, president, Mrs. J. cousin of the proprietors, Roy and the University of IInois. On the concluding day, July Bren Stearns, vice-president, and ErnestWflkes. 10P 0U She ,has been on the teaching 26, there will be a Singspira- CHRISTIRfl and Mrs. Ray Sawyer, score- staff at Moses Lake for two tion at the church from 2 p.m. tary-treasurer. years, until 3 p. m. Pastor Champe ex-   BIBLE TALKS F{11wing the ho,eynoon tends an invitatin t everyne SCl[nc[ l: ! the coaple will make their to fellowship at the Cheney home in Moses Lake, where Baptist church at 300 North : ! SPANGLE IOOF HALL both willteaehthisyear, second street. CUl II 0111 ! - mOnITOR ;[|:t'u .... "| :;" Sundays, at Tp. m. " r ;,, Thursdays at 7:30 p. m.  ARTHRITIS [ No Collections For Everyone Welcome Accurate Mrs. Selma House r" ......... All Complete Mrs. Nita Morgue I ,e}.a- TO: The President's News [ PATRONIZE YOUR %o' e Washington, D.C. 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