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?i Page 4 Cheney Free Press HERE THURSDAY--Won Kyung Cho, Korean dancer and lec- turer, will be presented in a summer quarter artist series pre- sentation Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at Showalter Auditorium on the Eastern Washington State College campus. I r 00l%.t I m -.J... ,--------r= Mr. aRd Mrs. Carl Rudolf, ! Dr. Donald Curtis Rudolf, his wife and two sors were guests of Mr. and ] Is. Kerni Rudolf ald children in Spokane on Sunday eveMrg. Dr. Rudo, son of the Carl Rtdol'fs, is a minister in Los Angeles. He was here on a speaking en- gagement. Mary Newton, who is ill in a vest home in Moscow, Idaho, may be zeached ,at the home of a sister, Mrs. Harvey Smith, 610 East Third St., Moscow, Mrs. Karl Klein left last week to serve as a nurse and coumselor =t the Easter Seal camp on Coeuv d'Aerte hke for six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. JoLm Van Brtmt and Mr.  Mrs. George LaVaUey have been vacation- ing at their cottage on Priest Lake. Mrs. Etta Presnetl entertain- ed Mr. and Mrs. Evelyn Pence of Portland last week. They .are former Cheney residents. Mrs. Goldie Binder, sister of Mrs. Presnell, spea a month ,here and returned to ,tier home in Portlar, d. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hair attended the grand opening of the Pine Shed Sta,urant in Spokane Tuesday eyeing. Mr. and Mrs. Jolm, Heiydt and Verna spent a 10-day va- cation in Molttatm with rein- tires and in Seattle and coast points. Returning h,eve they spent the weekend at Loon Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bear left last week for a vacation on the coast and the Pat/fie beaches. Jo Eiien Jordan has been spertd',ang the week with her grandmother, Mrs. Marion Bait, taking swimming lessons at the city pool. Mrs. Milo Ball and Mrs. Wil- lim Burger from the Spoka,ne co ,tmty library board were the delegates for the state meet- ing held at the Snoqu 'ahnie Falls ski house July 17. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hinton, Shelton, spent a few days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. El- mer Luiten. Mrs. Edward Garner is spending two weeks at her home here assisting with the golden wedding celebration of her sister, Mrs. F. Varrington. Mr. arm Mrs. Ted Knudsen and daughters, Oak Harbor, have returned h'ome after a two weeks visit with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tol- lefson. Mr. and 1Vh J. S, Lane on, tertained this week thei daughter, Mrs. James Scroggs .and Children, Seattle. Sunday they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dewitt of Spokane. Mrs. Wilfred Sibley and sons returned this week from Kafis- pell, Mont., where she had spent the week with her moth- er, who was moving from Mis- sohti to Kalispell. Mr. and James Black,shaw and Ruth are spending a vaca- tion traveling in Can,da. They will tour Lake Louise, Banff ad Calgary before returning next week. , Mr. and Mrs, M. S. Jones, ho have spe montks visiting rel, atives m Mssouri and Arkansas, are expected home this weekend. Rev. and Mrs. Gene Ross entertained as guests dur'mg the week Rev. nd . Jerry Thulston and Rev. and Mrs. Glen Duncan and dughters, all of Woodland. Rev. Thurs- ton was the guest speaker at the Cheney Commardty church morning services. Mrs. Gordon A. Fowler (Kaye Rogers) and datghCer, Tracy, are guests of her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roger& for a few weeks. She will ion er husba, nd later at KLm,ball, Nob. How many ways does exercise help your child? We're all aware of the more obvious benefits of exercise--to develop strength, skill, agility. But exercise has other impor- tant benefits. For instance, it is good for the heart and blood vessels. Indeed, daily, vigorous activity may be the most im- portant factor in preventing or delaying heart disease. More- over, the better a youngster's physical condition, the more likely he is to do well in his studies. And the physically fit boy or gid certainly measures up to challenging or competitive situations with a sureness that the under-developed child often lacks. Don't you agree that your child should have both the Immediate and the long-range benefits of exercise? Won't you see to it that his school has a daily program that can im- prove every child's fitness? For more information, send for the free leaflet offered by the President's Council on Physical Fitness, Washington 25, D. C. Published as a public service in cooperation with The Advertising Council, Friday, July 24, 1964 Asian Artist Coming Here ForProgram One of Korea's foremost art- ists, Won Kyung Cho, dancer and lectureT, will be presented next Thursday evening at East. ....... ern Washingto,n State College in a summer quartcr artis ser- .... ms presentatmn The Won Kyung Cho pro- il willgram'beStartingin Showalterat 7:30auditor. p' m., ium on the EWSC campus in Cheney. Admission is free and the public is invited. The program is composed of eight differert soo dances in which, trqe to the Korean tra- CHENEY TEAMS POST WINS IN NON-COMPETITIVE TOURNAMENT Pumas scored 12 runs in the third inning to down Cheney No. 5, 12-6. Amber beat the Biggy Rats 9-5 for its second win of the year. The Jets tied the Deviis 12-12. second part. A color slide lecture on Korean c*uyt dances, folk danc- es and music, ,and a co,mpari- son of Korean, Japanese and C!finese dance movements and interpretations will close the program. Yonsei Graduate Won Kyung Clm was grad- uated with a master of arts de- gree from Yonsei University in 1955. For the next five years he was assistant p'ofessor and in, struetor in Korean hnxuage, literature and dance at Yon,sei University in Seul. , Dung this ,time he tuffh,t at the fam- ()us Ewha Women s University and a other colleges in Seoul, Korea. He was engaged for dance performances at the City Hall Theater and Nationl Theater in Seoul, where ,he now con- ducts his mvn darme studio, and served as dance citic on the four leading newspapers there. Coming to the United StaCes ir 1960, Dr. Cho studied at the Martha Graham Smol of Cma- temporary Dance ,and the Juil- liard School in New York. He has given recita,l at Carnegie Hall, the Seattle World's Fair and for the major universties and colleges througttout the Urited States. All Chcney teams scored first rot, nd wins as the Spo- kane County Park and Recre- ation Deprtmen,t Boys' Base- l)all Tournament opened this week. C heney's AAA team scored a 16-0 win over Linwooa No. 2. Bob tIarris paced the C:he- ney win with four hits. In A action the Cheney Dev- ils beat the Windsor Red Sox and the Cheney Lions whipped he Windsor Yankees. The Biggy Rats scored a AA win, downing Chattaroy 3-0 on Dot.,g Kahler's one-hitter. The Pumas smashed the Windsor Cardinals 17-2 and Cheney No. 5 defeated Amber 16-4. diti,on, he dances boCh male -ne beat M "ical Lake and femMe parts l k:ne r y ... ea. Im-romnt,,'Danco [4-1 on inn ptc,nin,g t ueorge Tah Rv'ona SadirOn Imram- [Rosenzweig last week. IH 'fho ]Irmlv'e rl,noo nd fha I In AA ctmn last week the dance of he old man will cam- prise the first pan of the pco-ITickets On Sale gram. ,- r , ,, , i Sword dance, farmers t-or baseball tame dance, ran dance and mak .... ' Members of Beta Sigma Phi dance will be presented in the will give Cheney residents an GOLDEN WEDDING CELEBRATED HERE BY SPOKANE PAl R Mr. and Mrs. Fra,nk Warring- ion of Spokane observed their 50th wedding an'versary last SumJay at a reception in the Cheney City .Hall wh 150 rel- atives and friends attending. Hosts were their cldren, Mrs. I,ose Egleton, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Warrington of Wil-i bur. They have seven grand- chitdren, all present. Assisting at the servhag table were Mrs. Ruth W 'hte, Witbur, cutting the cake; Mrs. Warrington's sisters, Mrs. Zenlfie Dillon, Troy, ont., Mrs. Elsie Owen, Harrington, and Mrs. Ethel Garner and Helen Freeman of Cheney, serving punch and coffee. Their granddaughters, Miss Jill Warrington and Miss Carol Deeter, served groom's cake and Mrs. Linda MealTS had charge of the guest book. Many out-of-town guests at- tended, including Mrs. War- rington's brother and family, Mr. ,and Mrs. Henry Calvert, Kootenia, Idaho. Preceding the reception a potluck dinner was enjoyed by relatives from Maiden, Spo- k, ane, Wilbur, Medina, Amber and Cheney. LODGE NEWS opportunity to aid the Arthri- tis Foundation and to attend the baseball game between the Spokane Indians and San Diego at the Fairgrounds Wednesday. Tickets may be obtained from Beta members or at a booth at the Safeway store this weekend. "Monday is the last possible opportunity to support this fight against ar- thritis attd to see the basebali game all at once," reports Mrs. Merritt Johns'on, ticket chairman for Chermy. The as- sisting committee is formed by Mrs. Robert Smith and Mrs. Tom Scott and 1 members. CHURCH NEWS METHODIST Sunday :school will be in re- cess ,the first three Sund,ays in August, .reumg August 23. Mrs. E. H. Wagoner, super- visor, has an, noureed that a new cass program is being set up and a children's library installed in the church youth center. Church services wiI be in recss August 2-9-16 while Rev. Howard Pitts and his family ave on vacation. Services resume on Aug. 23'. CHRISTIAN A number of church mem- bers with Rev. Donald Ross attended installaon services SuvalaT fo ,tv. Detbert Blliott at the ane Jefferson Street elmch, wyre he be- gan duties as new minister. BAP'ST :Pastor Amick Cha/npe ex- tends an havitation to everyone in tke commuincy to 'atend the three ren,anirtg revival meet- ig Friday, Saturday and Sun- day. The time is 7:30 on Fri- day and Saturday and 7 o'clock on Sunday. Danny Coker of North Little Rock, Ark., ,has been conduct- ing the gospel singir, g at these meetings. He has been attend- ing the QuacbAta taptist Col- lege in Arkadelphia, Ark. He will lead the gospel singing (Singspiration) Sunday at 2 o'clock. Attendance at vacation bible school has been excellent. The beginners ,are taught by Miss Tomi Brand and Miss Marjie McCoy of Spokane. Primary department ,is in charge of Mrs. Champe and Miss Sands, W,A1 of Spokane. Mrs. Dann Coker of Noah Little Rook is teaehing the juniors an*d her husband is instructing the intermediate group. UNITED The Rev. Oharles A. Dittma will conduct his last worship service in the United Ch ,urch of Cl'ist Sunday: This service  will conctude ,his seven-year ministry in the church. During August worShip ser- vice will be conducted by visit- hag ministers: The Key. A. C. De}abm're on Aug. 2 md 9; the Roy. R. C. Hentz on Aug. 16, Dr. I)uane M. Nieol on Aug. 23 ad the Rev. George Allen on Aug. 30. The Rev. Pl'Rp L. Eisen. hauer, who has accepted a call to be the minister of the Unit. ed Church of Christ of Cheney, will begin his ministry here on Sept. 1. HOME ON LEAVE Pvt. Mary Ellen Prentice of Ft. McPherson, Ga., is home on emergency leave. She is visitrg her ts, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F: Prentice, Che- ney. The annual picnic of Rebek- ah arm IOOF lodges will be ,held in Sutton Park Slmday at 1 p.m. Families are to bring dishes and picni di'mmr. Mrs. gnes Charlton, Mrs. Roydat Coley and Mrs. Ehner Tiedt[ may be contacted for iRform- ation. Royal Neighbor lodge held a ,picnic Tuesday at the hmne of Mr. and Mrs. Jahn Banks. Twenty members and guests enjoyed dirmer. Mrs. Mfllard Hate reported ar 'the semi- anmal audit and financial stat- us of the lodge. Grandmothers e[ub held a picnic at the home of Mrs. Wfltiam Bryan Thursday. The )otluek lur, cheon was followed by games. Mrs. Etta Presnell conducted  sht business meeting afterwards. m- i NewArrivals Mr. and Mrs. Len H. Sayers (Linda Rogers) are parents o,f a girl, Marie Lena, born July 16 at Kimball, Nob., their home. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rogers of Chen, ey. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle M. Pugh, Opportunity, are parents of a !girl, Karl Susan, born July 21. She has one brother, Jeffray Kyle, two years old. Mrs. Toni Pugh is the paternal grand- moher. GARLAND GRIFFIN TAKES BRI DE Sytvester Gahnd Griffin and Miss Bon'nie Yvonne Rb- erson, daughter of Mr. ,and Mrs. Frank Roberson, were unRed in marriage Saturday, July 18, at Post Falls, Idaho. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin of Cheney. William Colbert Visits Family William Cibert visited his family, who are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Holladay, the past week. Thursday Cotbert ]eft for Kansas City, Ian., where he will take a training course in preparation for an assignment at Ethiopia. Mrs. Colbert and their 13'- year-old son, Steve, will ao go to Ethiopia. Their oldest son, John, has enrolled in the Spokane Community college beginnling fall quarter. A dinner party, honoNng the i Colberts, was given last Thurs- day evening, July 16, by Mr. and Mrs. Florence Morgan. Saturday evening ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gifting d Dean of Spokane entertaizmd the Col- bert family and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hohady. Saturday afternoon John Frost was a guest of Steve Col- bert at the Natatorium park in ttonor of Steve's 13th birthday. Bridal Shower Held :Miss Mareene Flikke enter- tained with a bridal s.hower ifi honor of Mss Carmen Cart- er Jly 19 at he ,home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fik- I ke. The party was ,held on the lwn, with a garden cart used for presentatien I of gifts fro,m 20 schoolmates and the bridal party of Miss Carter. Check the classified columns. TH[ I00HRISTIAI1 Si;l[rll;[ mOnITOR Accurate C0mplete News Coverage I Year $24 6 Months $12 3 Months $6 Clip this advertisement ond return it with your chock or money order to: The Christian Science Monitor One Norway Street Boston, Mass. 0211 PB-16 ,= i SLAB DANCE AT CHENEY MOTOR CO. MAIN & G STREETS Sat., July 25 .. 9 to 12:30 MUSIC BY DENNY MORROW, KXLY DISC JOCKEY ENGAGEMENT OF MISS SHIRLEY A. JOHNSON and Leipham of Davenport is announced by her parents, Mrs. Ernest W. Johnson of Route 1, Spokane. Shirley Johnson Engaged To Daryl Leipham Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Johnson of Ron, te 1, Spokane, ram:ounce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley A. Johnson, and Daryl L. Leipi- am of Davenport. Miss Johnson, a graduate of Chelmy high school, is em- ployed at the Building Sup. plies Inc., in Spokane. I,eipham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leipham of Daven- port, was graduated from Dav- ertport high selool arid was in the U. S. N, sea'vice. Pres-, ently he is werking on his father's farm ,t Daverport. He l "is :also a eomme,rci, al deep sea and scuba diver, be he weddhag date will anrounced 1.ter. ' FAMILY VISITS CHET JOHNSONS Mr. and Mrs. Chet Johnson have as guests this week their youngest ctaughter ,and famiiy, Mr. and Mrs. James Allison (Norma Lou John.son) and Barbara, Jimme and Patti of Clearfield, Utah. A favniy picnic, which in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Del Car- ter (Bonnie Johnson) of Spo- kane, was held Wednesday at Manito park. Several other friends and relatives also at- tended. During the Aliisons' sta here they visited Cheney Cow- le,s MemOrial Museum in Spo- kane and toured the Weste,rn t'oatry farm near arshall. BIBLE TALKS SPANGLE lOaF HALL Sundays, at 7 p. m. Thursdays at 7:30 p. m. No Collections Everyone Welcome Mrs. Selma House Mrs. Nita Morgue Mr. and Mrs. Clarke man spent Sunday in with their former Mr. and Mrs. J. Piersol. ACID-ALKALINE ' BALANCE Q. What, it anything,! be done/or an alkaline dition of body secretion' A. Fortunately, the fairly well protected radical changes in the cately balanced mechanism. The slightly alkaline. Make and you wouldn't tell about it, The normally acid but the and the intestinal tract alkaline. And so it goeS der certain conditions of alkalosis or dosis may develop, but are sitaations which dealt with by a Don't try' to acidity or alkalinity body  you might trious trouMe . "CLINIC" Q. This may not be a er question but anyway. What is a A :In some parts of the try the word "clinic" free dispensaries. Most however, the word applied to the offices oral physicians who less pool their efforts practice as a group. ing to the American Association, the ciplcs actuating and inn a group or clinic actly the same as those cable to the siciarl. -CALL  that's 1 we'll. ]pick up and our preaeriptlon. Send Medical Question c/o Cheney Free Press. BE 5-6348 W. H. WestermC Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. Public Ice Cream Sac Friday, July 31, 6:30 to 10 p. m. (In case of rain, Sat., Aug. 1) PAULSON YARD, 7TH & UNION 35 CENTS PER PERSON Ice Cream, Homemade Cakes, Coffee, Lemonade' Cake by V4"s, V2's or whole. Bring Your Neighbors and Guests Benefit United Church of Chrls Bldg. Fund iY