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Thursday, August 26, 1982 Cheney Free Press iiiii II IIIII I Page 3 I III This Week and Spokane to the Blue Sky which is fight- enerat- early this e a of having not there is the plant. ruled, as "open another Blue Sky to may have effects Now, all hope for is that the pro- will cause acid wheat crops. ]d Oct. area. Thursday, Aug. 26 Cheney Historical Museum--The mu- seum is open to visitors each Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. To arrange for special tours, contact Museum Chairperson Mrs. Peter Montague at 235-4124. Recycling--at Wren Pierson from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cheney Kiwanis--meet at 7 a.m. at Elegant Egg Restaurant. ML Planning--commission meets at 7 a.m. in city hall. Port District Debate--The Greater West Plains Association will present the pros and cons of a port district at 7:30 p.m. at the Windsor Elementary School. ML movies-at 10:30 a.m. in city hall. The Parks and Recreation Department is ponsoring the 25 cent movie spe- cials. Monday, Aug. 30 Medical Lake TOPS--meet from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Rental and Realty Office, W. 111 l,ake St. Airway lieights TOPS--meet at 9 a.m. at the Airway tfeights Library. Cheney Recycling--meets at Lincoln Bank al 5 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 31 Cheney Chamber--Breakfast meeting at Cieney tligh School. Weight Watchers--meet at the Cheney Christi m Church at 7 p.m. Rotary--Cheney/Medical Lake Rotary meets at noon at Elegant Egg Restaur- ant. Recycling--at Wren Pierson from 10 a,nt. Io 3 p.m. Medical l,ake School District--School begins today for most students at 8:20 a.n]. Wednesday, Sept. I ML Kivanis--meet at 6:30 a.m. in the cafeteria t)i Eastern State Hospital. Reid say marriage vows of Mary L. Gray and James T. L, Cheney, and Randall S. Reid, son of • Reid of 405 Presley Dr., Cheney, were 7:30 p.m. ceremony at the Cheney Church Pastor Philip Maakestad consisted of large baskets of carnations, yellow roses of various !gOwn of white organza and re-embroid- Queen Anne neckline was detailed chantilly lace. Long, straight lace side-ruffled skirt as train. A lace cap held the She carried a cascading bouquet accented with lily of the valley and S. Gray of Cheney, sister of the floor-length, sleeveless Quiana dress She carried a nosegay of shaded yellow Bridesmaids were Laura of Cheney, and flower girl was Helsing. Ushers were Ken Hoyle, the bride away was Charles M. a reception was held in the Cutting cake was Sherri Greig, and Chert Helsing. ! Mr. and Mrs. Randall Reid Eastman exchange rings Merrill and Joyce Brown James Eastman, son of Brent Veradale, were unlted in marriage rl. ceremony at the Spokane Valley Church, Pastor Michael Brownfield presently works for tim E.K. Williams Accoun{ing Services firm. The groom is a senior psycholoKv major at Eastern Washington University. The couple now is at home m Spokane, following a wedding trip to Lake Chelan. were Janice Renck and Daryl Synnovet Anderson, and pianist was white and burgundy gladiolas and th the candelabra, and Used on the organ. gown of sheer polyester, lined with lace and appliques trimmed the gown also had sheer sleeves, a satin skirt with lace creating a panel train was attached to the skirt, and Was made of three layers. For her large, white roses, small pink and leaves. Brown wore a suede-rose gown of L veil over taffeta. The gown featured an as well as a flounced skirt for a ribbon and silk rose at the l Will, Mrs. Barbara Eastman, Denise wore matching dresses. Flower md Brandy Eastman. was assisted by groomsmen Dan Brown and Darrell Vernon Brown and Douglas Brown• the ceremony at Johnson Hall With Mrs. Lavonne Will coordinating• in charge of the guestbook; Mrs. charge of gifts; Mrs. Teri Mills, Mrs. to serve; and Mrs. Mills in charge of flowers. groom attended Spokane Junior from Upper Columbia Academy at The bride has since completed the Business University and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Eastman A • F nnle s In & Sell OWned 31Othing :e 12 and [o 80% s! bring in clothes & Pressed "00,eV o 00The Hair Company , • 235-5_69.1 t Prec=s=on Ha00rcu s Perms, Color and Make-u p NEW KIDS HAIRCUT PRICES (BOYS AND GIRLS 13 AND UNDER - $10.00) 112 College Ave. Cheney, Wa. Quilter recognized I It only took five years in the making. Last week, a group of Cheney women gathered at the Ben Jarvis home on Clear Lake to honor Phyllis Mitzel, who recently completed a seven.by.eight. foot, hand-stitched quilt. Sally Jarvis hosted the special reception, which was attended by Carole Young, Faye Massey, Virginia Sperber, Cajole Scherff, Carol Rhoades, Debble Arnold, Valda Albert, Beverly Douglass, Joan Katz, Patti Nichols, Pam Soltero and Margaret Quinn. All are quilters themselves. Phyllis' quilt was completed in the "Grandma's Flower Garden" pattern, featuring interlocking stitched circles that also created a star pattern. The quilt contained 1,878 hexagon squares. Phyllis noted the quilt was her first effort and that she has two more start- ed. "She does everything perfectly," commented one of the admirers. Above, Phyllis, left, and Sally Jarvis dis. play the unique quilt. Club/Social News The Executive Board of Tilicum, Cheney's women's civil and social club, will meet Sept. 7 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. J.C. Lauff, president. Final recommendations for plans for the first general meeting of the 1982-1983 season will be discussed. The American Home Department will host the Fall Potluck and meeting at the United Methodist Church on Sept. 21 at 6 p.m. Yearbooks are being completed for submission to the printer, and women wishing to be listed and informed of club events are urged to submit their dues if they have not yet done so. Yearbooks will be mailed to paid members shortly after Sept. 1. For more details, call Mrs. Harold (Connie) Edgett at 235-4223 or at work at ,,-x:q-5965. The Conley, Grier and VanBrunt families arrived by covered wagon in the Cheney area 100 years ago this month. Members of those families will meet at Cheney City Hall on Aug. 29 from 1 to 5 p.m. to commemorate the occasion. All families are to bring their old photographs. A large turnout was reported over the weekend at the Ron and Tracy Jarms home, rural Cheney, for the annual Cheney Chamber of Commerce picnic. "A good time was had by all," commented Tracy, who said highlights included volleyball games and homemade ice cream. Anderson finishes Capt. Robert B. Anderson Jr., son of Robert B.-and Marjorie J. Anderson of 413 J. St., Cheney, has completed a field artillery officer advanced course at the U.S. Army Field Artillery Center, Fort Sill, Okla. During the course, students received instruction in field artillery operations and tactics, command and staff proce- dures, communications and logistics. Rosen promoted Cathleen A. Rosen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Rosen of 805 Villard St.. Cheney, has been promoted in the U.S. Air Force Reserve to the rank of master sergeant. Rosen is an Operations systems management supervisor with the 97th Military Airlift Squadron at McChord Air Force Base, Wash. BACK IN SCHOOL SALE $10.00 OFF I One family's struggle N ALL ALONE TOGETHER Friday, August 27 9:00 p.m., KXLY-TV Channel 4 Presented in the interest 0f-c0mmunity awareness by ANY PAIR OF JEANS, PANTS OR CORDS WHEN MATCHED WITH ANY TOP OF $16.00 OR MORE! (sale items excluded) BEST SELECTION NOW FOR JEANS NORMANDEE ROSE - LAWMAN - ASMILE ROCKY MOUNTAIN -"STREET" BY JAMES JEANS BLOUSES, TOPS Et SWEATERS by: SMART ALEC - YOU BABES - EBER ' PRIVATE LINE 3RD GENERATION - COLLAGE - CALIFORNIA IVY We also have Espre#, Cosmetics, Ear Piercing, Today s Fashions Hours: Fashion Parlour 1835-1st - F&M Business Center 10-7 Mon.-Sat. F&M Bus. Center 235-5148 FFA members enter event BY Terrie McNall FFA Club Reporter The Cheney FFA Chapter attended the Grant County Fair on Aug. 18 to participate in judging contests held in Moses Lake. Timre were five contests in which the chapter judged in; the first contest they entered was the horse judging. The team members included were: Karen Wilson, placing second high individual; Terrie McNall; Joann Konis; Patty Wallace: and Tammy Kruse• This team placed second overall and brought home an award. The livestock team consisted of the tullowing members: Joann Konis, Patty Wallace, Rusty Emtman, Lance Dahl and Colleen Applegate• They placed eighth overall, with Rusty Emt- man tieing for 10th high individual. Dairy judging for Cheney was done by the team of Terrie McNall, Karen Wilson, Tammy Kruse, Mike Wallace and Robert Rhiele. This team placed t0th overall in dairy. Produce was judged by Colleen Applegate, Terrie McNall, Karen Wil- son, Joann Konis and Patty Wallace. This team placed 12th. The last contest was the tractor driving contest, which was entered by Mike Wallace, who finished eleventh: "We are very proud of the members who participated in these contests," said FFA Advisor Harvey Wallace. The Cheney FFA Chapter will be taking part in the Spokane Interstate Fair this year, Sept. 11-19. Members will be showing livestock, while also working and running the Kiddy Barn- yard. 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