Newspaper Archive of
Cheney Free Press
Cheney , Washington
September 2, 1982     Cheney Free Press
PAGE 3     (3 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 2, 1982

Newspaper Archive of Cheney Free Press produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Thursday, September 2, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 3 ', Sept. 2 Citizens Against will meet at 7 Agriculture Center Conference Pierson from 10 at 7 a.m. at directors at the Fisher cated in Building, is open every Thursday. by calling 235- Sept. 3 Labor Day Doubles room t, Sept. 4 's Playoff Region les at 11 a.m. Mixed Trios at 3 at 7 pro. 5 at 11 a.m.; ).rn. ; Consolation Doubles at 6 for Labor Libraries--will be , Sept. 7 Cheney Christ- Lake at Elegant Egg. from 10 at 7:30 p.m. in 8 for pre- at 6:30 a.m. in the Hospital. wed Rt. 3, Cheney, Walt Zabel of a ceremony in me. Gilmour, , Richard Zabel, Was best man. A ed the at the Cheney is eml: at They INTENT TO CONSENT TO OF THE STATE OF COUNTY OF UNBORN INFANT 2ERN: thai there has lion praying that )ship between Haeder be gas that the approximate child was in aeolian of concep- , Or general area of and the child's !s September 15, ;at you have a of the child, Under RCW 26.26, notice of intent t as a responsive tition. As a result entitled to blood e, and to other 26.26. You are  regarding this 24th day ':30 a.m. at the and that such e re be continued a later time that where the and served rior to birth, that ternity before child shall ight to receive otherwise be d shall result in )nd responsi- "ring judge of and the ixed, this 271h FINAL FOR ,F THE STATE OF ' tHE COUNTY OF Scouts go backpacknng By Scout Jeff Beha Eight Boy Scouts from Cheney Troop 357 recently went on a 14-mile back- packing trip to Navigation Point on Upper Priest Lake. Five of the Scouts, all of whom have attained the rank of First Class, went beyond Navigation Point to Hughes Meadow near the Canadian border for a total of 30 miles. The final evening, all of the Scouts met back at Navigation Point camp- ground for a Court of Honor. Sights seen during the five-day trip included giant cedar trees, a moose, a logging opera- tion and lots of rain. Kitty Stuart met theungry group at the end of the trail with hamburgers, lemonade and choco- late cake. Troop 357 is sponsored by the Che- ney/Medical Lake Rotary Club. Troop 357 Members of Cheney Boy Scout Troop 357, from front left, include Steve Kertes, K. C. Kriegh, David Murie and Dan Gobroski. In back, from left, are Scout Master Mike Stuart, Assistant Scout Master Joe St. John, Clay Schwenn, Brian Denton, Jerry Beha, Phil Beukema and Jeff Beha. Alferez completes Club/Social News military training M oOree weds in SL Louis, Mo. Thotnas L Moore of St Lores Mg,ere:eXntyrb:c:dm?:hSe bride o[ Leo Michael Moore, llI, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Moore, Jr., of Cheney. The double ring ceremony was held at Our Lady of the Pillar Catholic Church, St. Louis, with Father William Dendinger officiating and witnessed by Father J. Donald Cahill. Book-bearers were Beth Moore Crafton, sister of the groom and John K. Moore, brother of the bride. The groom's youngest sister, Jennifer, was junior bridesmaid. Sisters of the bride, Julie Ann and Anna Frances served as bridesmaid and maid of honor. Groomsman was Jan C. Albright. The groom's brother. Stephen J. Moore, was best man. Ushers and swordbearers included Joseph W. Cook, III, Stephen D. Martin. Guy G. Mouton and John R. Thomas. Special music was provided by Jan Vermulst and Tim Manion. The bride wore her mother-in-law's gown of white chantilly lace and tulle over antique satin. The gown had a scooped neck, long, tapered sleeves and a chapel train. She wore her mother's veil of illusion which fell from a crown of seed pearls and lace. Her bouquet included white orchids. stephanotus and springorai. All the bridal attendants wore identical gowns of yellow chiffon. They carried bouquets of spring flowers, ivy and baby's breath. Immediately following the Nuptial Mass, a dinner dance for approximately 150 people was held at the Algonquin Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moore III The couple, both IJeutenants in tile United States Air Force. are residing in Del Rio, Texas. The abed Williamsons of Cheney returned recently from the wedding of Rebecca Jones to Scott Wegeleben. Rebecca is the daughter of Ruth's cousin, Winefred and Jack Jones, who graduated from Eastern. The ceremony was held in Kenmore Rhododendra Park in Bothell. Two hundred guests witnessed the wedding, performed by a United Church of Christ minister serving a Samoan congregation. Music was provided by a Samoan group, who played and sang native music. Anna Williamson Harding and family drove north from Corvallis, Ore., for the service. Her sister, Jennie Thomas and fiance flew out from Pennsylvania. There also were several former Eastern Washington University students who knew abed. After the ceremony, the guests drove to Kirkland for the reception, which was held at the Jones residence and garden. A buffet supper was served. The 1937 graduation class of Cheney High School held it reunion Aug. 21 with a luncheon at D.J.'s at Fish Lake, as well as with a dinner at Town & Country Restaurant of Spokane. Thirty-four members, spouses, family members and teachers attended the luncheon, with 45 also attending the dinner. Members attending were: Robert Dales, South Carolina; Frank Pence, New Mexico; Zola Cossalman Renfro, Morris Iverson, Everett and Millie Davis Watt and George Cohagen, all of California; S.P. "Wisey" Carey, Bremerton; Ray Hawks, Jr., Edmonds; Bernice Harr Hathaway and Irene Heinamann Schluting, both of Seattle; Hank and Jean Waldier Robinson, Enumclaw: Eleanor Pike Carlon, Selah; Herald Hobbs, Tekoa; Esther Johnson Bagely, Portland; Murray Holloway, Ruth Shepard Botchek, Loreine Stroup Kolowski, Spokane; Pat Patterson, Hood Canal', Roy Guertin, Colville: and Grace Shmdler Betz, Cheney. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. George Fisher. Mrs. Fisher was the only teacher attending, Organizing the event was Ray Hawk, Jr. Martha Chapter #60 will hold a special meeting on Sept. 2 at 8 p.m. for the purpose of the official visit of the Worthy Grand Matron. Medical Lake chapter and Spangle chapter will be co-hosting, also. The meeting will be held in the Masonic Hall in Cheney. The Free Press reminds its readers to send in club news or social items. Deadline for Thursday's issue is Monday noon. For more details or news forms, write: Editor, Cheney Free Press, P.O. Box 218, Cheney 99004 or call 235-6184 or 747-7395. lu LEGAL NOTICES In the Matter of the Estate of EDITH A. SITTON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Jeanette A. Nave as Personal Representative of the estate of Edith A. Si.on, deceased, has filed with the Clerk of this Court her final report and petition for distribution, requesting the Court to settle said report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Personal Representative; and that said report and petition will be heard on the 271h day of September, t982 at the hour of 9:30 a.m. at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person interested in said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. DATED this 251h day of August, 1982. THOMAS R. FALLQUIST Clerk of Court ERICKSON & ERICK,SON Attorneys at Law 315 First Interstate Bk. of Wn. Bldg. North 9 Post Street Spokane, WA 99201 624-2347 September 2, 1982 NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 98012 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SPOKANE. In the Matter of the Estate of ROBERT R. PROCTOR, Deceased. STATE OF WASHINGTON, County of Spokane. Noi:lce is hereby given that Wilda Proctor, -* amlnlstratrJx of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spokane County, State of Washington Final Account as such Adminislratrix and a petition for the distribution of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and discharge the said Wilda Proctor, and that Thursday, the 7th day of October, 1982, at the hour of 2 o'clock p.m. at the Court room of our said Superior Court, in the City of Spokane, in said Spokane County, has been duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final Account and Petition for Distribution, at which time and place any persons interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and contest the same. Dated this 26th day of August, 1982. September 2, 1982 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 82-400947-6 SUPERIOR COURT, SPOKANE COUNTY, WASHINGTON. In the Matter of the Estate of GEORGE S. SOUTHERLY, Deceased. Notice is g,yen that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as personal representative of this estate. Per- sons having claims against the deceased are required to serve the same, duly verified, on lhe undersJqned or the altorney of record at the address stated below and file the same with the Clerk of this Court, together with proof of such service within four months after August 28, 1982, or the same wdl be forever bar,ed WALTER R. KURTZHALL Personal Representative 1107 E. Longfellow Spokane, WA 99207 JOHN L. COONEY Attorney for Estate and Personal Representative West 910 Garland Avenue Spokane, WA 99205 August 26-September 9, 1982 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 82400946-8 Superior Court of Washington for Spokane County. In the Matter of the Estate of WALLACE A. HARRINGTON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has qualified as Personal Representative of the above entitled estate; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said HERBERT G. BAMBINO or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within four months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication: August 26, 1982. HERBERT G. BAMBINO Personal Representative of said Estate E. 2911 IHinois Spokane, WA 99207 GEO. W. SHOEMAKER Attorney for Estate FELICE & SHOEMAKER 824 Old National Bank Building Spokane, WA 99201 August 26-September 9, 1982 M. H. Stuart Attorney General Practice of Law 424 First Cheney, WA 235.5196 Anthony A. Alferez, son of Salvador J. and Margaret I. Alferez of Rt. 4, At Your LiI00N Cheney, has completed training in fundamental military skills at the Army ROTC basic camp at Fort Knox, Ky. During the encampment, cadets re- ceived training in basic rifle marks- manship, military drill and cere- monies, communications and individ- ual and small unit tactics. Alferez plans to enter the ROTC program at Eastern Washington Uni- versity. Obituaries Lottie Eunice Talbot Funeral serices for Lottie Eunice Talbot of Cheney were held Aug. 30 at the Memorial Chapel of the Jerue Funeral Home, Pastor Claire Richards of the Cheney Community Church officiating. She was born Sept. 23, in Souder, Mo., 1911 and passed away Aug. 27 in Cheney. Graveside services will be held today at 11 a.m. at the Park View Cemetery in Stockton, Calif. Survivors include: a daughter and son-in-law. Mary and Leroy Reid of Ctmney : a son, Cliff High of Tacoma ; a sister, Elva Williams of Modesto, Calif., and two brothers, Arling Walker of Oregon and Alvin Walker of Tyler, Texas. Grandchildren include Chert Helsing of Cheney, Randy reid of West RicMand and Laura Reid of Cheney. She was a long-time resident of Salida, Calif. The Friends of the Cheney Li- brary are planning a booksale on Saturday, Sept. 18. Anyone wishing to donate books for the sale may drop them off at the library prior to the sale. Please specify to the librarian that they are for the sale, if you are donating books. New books at your library in- clude: TIlE TRAIL NORTtl by Hawk Greenway; the true story of a sixteen-year-old boy's solo horse- back journey from northern Cali- fornia up the Pacific Crest Trail to northern Washington, with only his horse for company. NUCI,EAR WAR: TIlE FACTS ON OUR SURVIVAL by Peter Goodwin; a comprehensive and well-documented book on the threat of nuclear war. Not pleasant reading...but it could save your life to know the facts. "rile COMPLETE PARENTS' GUII)E TO TELEPHONE MEDI- ('INE by Dr. Jeffrey Brown: how, whep. and why to call your child's doctor. Al,l, ABOARI)! by Ran Hollan- der: the story of Joshua Lione! Cnwen and his Lionel Train Com- pany: toy electric trains, with many color photos. TIlE PET BIRD ltANDBOOK by BEEHIVE RESTAURANT LOUNGE lO8 'G' St. BUD & LINDA #2 WILL SERVE THE MUSIC Fri.--Sat. & Sun. Nite COWBOY RANCHER BREAKFAST Ham, bacon & sausage Biscuits & Gravy - 2 Eggs 3 25 & Hashbrowns Served all day RIB, T.BONE, TENDERLOIN Steak Specials 6.95 Chicken Special 3 pc. Fresh Chicken Potatoes&Gravy 299 Soup or Salad II III i Seafood Dinners Oyster, Crab, o,,m,,s,,moo 395 or Prawns from . FINAL CLEARANCE ON ALL WOMEN'S SUMMERwEAR 75% OFF You pay only the original price SKIRTS- BLOUSES- TOPS -SUITS- Patricia Sutherland; how to train, tame and care for your caged bird, be it cockatoo, finch, parrot, love- bird, or other. PUTTING FOOl) BY by Ruth Hertzberg, a nice, new 1982 edition with new information on salt- and sugar-free canning, drying foods, high altitude instructions and more. WINE FROM TIlE WII,DS by Steven Krause; turning wild fruits and flowers into anytime table wine. TIIUNI)ER, SINGING SANDS, AND ()TILER WONDERS by Ken- neth Heuer; an explanation of atmospheric acoustics, or the sounds of nature. Anyone wonder- ing why the wind howls, telegraph wires hum, or why snow creaks under your boots will be fascinated by this book. J Cheney churches Chcney Christian Church CheneY Community Church 525 5th St 3rd  Pihe 235 4841 Cornet of 5th ' D Sis SUNDAY Services: ull(Ja, f ht)t 9:45 am Bible School 10:00 a.m Worship Hour 1100 a.m Clagses for all aqes Evemnq Bible Hour 7:00 p.m Morning Worship and WEDNESDAYS Commumon 11:00 am Famdy Night 7:00 p m Sunday Evening Youth ClaltF ' R,chards. Pastor Memmg 630 pn, 235 6825 Choir Practice Sun. 915 a.m John Myers, Pastor Phone 235 8368. 235 4148 L'nilt'd Mt'lhodist ('hurch of ('hene) 4th ,td (i Stree, ls 235 4600 Summer Worsho Schedule Morn.g] V'V'otsh O 9:00 a.m Grelorv K Jackson, Pastor 235 4940 Nursery Care Prowded Cheney Baptist Church 2nO  Oakland SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 am Morning Worshit) ! 055 arn Training Union 6 00 p m Evening Worship 700 p m WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting 700 p m Pastor Robert Thomason 235-6400 Cheney Seventh-da) Adventist Church 1 mile north on Highway 904 Sabbath School 9:30 a m Saturday Worship 1100am Famdy Night Wed,, 630 pm Pastor Larry Unterseher 235 6000 299 4925 Emmanuel Lutheran Church 639 Elm St. 235 63(X) Worship 9 a m Pastor Philip H Maakestad St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church Sixth and Annie Place Masses: Sat. 5:30 p m Sun. 9:00 El 11:00 am Holy days (as announced) Confession: Sat. 4:00 5:00 pm Father John Oosterman 235-6229, 838 8069 Faith Center Foursquare Gospel Church 216 6th Sunday 10:00 a.rn Wednesday 7:00 pm Steve Perry, Pastor 235 4402 (hene) Assembly of (;od M,.ehng at Marshall Campus Cent-.t F(.rth Et F S/Jnday Scho(d 930 a nt Morning VVofsho 1045 am Evecun(j Setvic( 600 p rrl Call about M(1 Week Serwce D)al)e Jhomas. Pastor 235 5247 ( hcne Church of the Nazarene C-,)lM.q. Ac(ess Road SLJNDA Sw.lav School 945 a m Molrnrg Wl)shp 11 O0 a m Cho!r Prach(e 445pm [ ve UrBl v%ot hp 6:00 p n! {Ntttsetv ,.tvallabte Jar all servl(]S) WEDNESDAY Adult Biblo Sh.tV ? 00 pm Teen BR)h Study 700 p m ,J (,2 Pulis. Pasta 235 6621 Ter[ Cummu}qs. Associate Pastor ?35 8993 Church of Jesus Christ of I.attcr-l)a)Saints Murphy Road 235 8804 Firsl  ard Sacrament 900 d m Sunday S(hoot 1020 a m Priesthood. Relief Society 8 Y()uth Meetings 11 10 a m Bshop Arvel Hemenwav 235 5123 econd %, ard Sacrament I 00 p m Sunday School 2:20 pm P, esthoo(l, Rebel So ety  Youth Meetlrujs 3 10 p m B,shop Rey Barnes 235 46(]8 United Church of Christ 423 N. 6th 2354193 Adult Fellowship Monthly Nursery Care 9:45.11:15 Worship Service 10 am Rev, H. Bodle 2354969 235 4193 St. I'aul's Episcopal Church ('**rner /th  C St Holy [u(h,tdst h' Chtt( h S(h()ol 1 1:00 a m (Balwstt u :i provided) Rev Carvl Marsh 235 615O