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Thursday, September 13, 2012 Free Press Page 7 CHURCHES 13, 2012 ry rritten "We der to .Justice, for meral f y, do {'l for nsi- best of the :ly with 00nding inga ate soy- ,riven ybe and :ecog- :upon 9ur Licly Park 3ur lease nt ,n special the dust , making )lor than , on one r. Those platform the shoes size. You thought like that as. Mes- various dvertise- common Lts before Don't do e tnoney "ome the Sept. 11 xuly pay in, when it during ffoundly morning. stakable: ead, the aw open hanistan p in the :emains. iiiiii00 i"ii: L: i4::4,: :ii! :iiii!::ii:ii!:iJdi )(i i ;i:]i 1 ::!i f00i'iiiiii! ? i:)!!!::i h =ey rter ke Higt lashing Contac oorts. epress, St. Paul's Episcopal Church All are welcome. A welcoming haven, nourishing all God's people in body, mind and spirit. The Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost, Eucharist at 11 a.m., special guest Rev. Jeffrey Neuberger will preach and preside. Child care is available. A Special thank you to all who visited our estate sale. It proved to be a delightful success. We are especially grateful to all from St, Paul's who contributed their time and energy to make this effort the success it was. The college Monday night dinners will resume in the fall. Narcotics Anonymous meets in the Parish Hall each Tuesday and Saturday evening at 7 p.m. Fellowship breakfast every Wednesdav morning at 7:30 a.m in the Parish Hall. Join us for good food, fellowship and discussion. Come and bring a friend. For your contemplation: "When we are truly in this interior simplicity our whole appearance is franker, more natural. This true simplicity_.makes us conscious of a certain openness, gentleness, innocence, gaiety, and serenity, which is, charming when we see OBIq 'UARIES Mary Frances Heffner Mary Frances (Danforth) Heffner was born March 9, 1927 to Edgar and Agnes (Pierre) Danforth in SpOkane, Wash. She passed away Aug. 16,2012 at her home in Poulsbo, Wash. She graduated from Cheney High School in 1945. She was married to Daniel William Hef- fner on June 18,1950; a marriage that lasted 57 years until Dan's passing in 2007. She worked at the Spokesman-Review af- ter high school anfthen the family moved to Kodiak, Alaska until 1964 when the moved to Poulsbo. She then worked at the Naval Torpedo Station in Keyport in the purchas- ing department until her retirement. Her artistic life began when she was a child, drawing and sketching all the time. She was involved with the Poulsbo Art League and later was a co-founder of the Verkstad Gallery (an artist co-op) in 1987. She painted watercolors and did calligra- phy for many years. She was also a hospice volunteer for 20 years. Her husband Dan, her father Edgar, her mother Agnes Schmitt, her stepfather Otto Schmitt, her brother Donald Schmitt and her sister Laura Berggren preceded Mary Frances in death. She is survived by brothers Robert Danforth of Walla Walla, Ronald Schmitt, Raymond Schmitt and sister Arlene Mowatt all of Cheney. Two daughters, Rosalind Heffner of Poulsbo, Danese Wilhelm of Everett, Wash..and one son, David Heffner of Monroe, Wash. and six grandchildren and three great-grand- children also survive her. A memorial service celebrating her life was held on Aug. 25, 2012 at St. Olaf Catho- lic Church in Poulsbo. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to hospice in her name. Cheney History Mystery Do you know these Odd Fellows? The Cheney Museum is asking for the public's help identifying the men in this photo. Taken sometime in the 1950s, it depicts members of the Odd Fellows Lodge of Cheney. Those with names, dates or other tidbits to share about the photo should contact Joan at 235- 9015 or mail your information to CHM, P.O. Box 457, Cheney, WA 99004. Looking Back continued from page 6 Guess squeaked by Max Snyder 30 Years Ago Sept. 161982 By a 4-1 margin, 45,303 to 11,535, Spokane voters turned thumbs down to the idea of forming a port district in the primary election. In other races, U.S. Sen. Henry M. Jackson easily distanced himself from his next closest opponent, Doug Jewett, 41A04 to 7,714 and 6th District state Senate incumbent Sam 9,191 to 8,093. Electrical rates will go up 50.8 percent following a final hearing and vote by the Cheney City Council. A Burlington Northern rail hop- per car derailed along a spur track behind the Nabisco Flour Mill in Cheney. The load of grain the car was hauling was recovered. Three other rail cars were damaged but did not derail. As Cheney and Medical Lake prepared to meet each other in a big West Plains football rivalry game, both schools earned victories over opponents the previous week. The Blackhawks beat Connell 27-16 while the Cardinals blanked River- side 12-0 in their first games of the season. Eastern Washington watched a 21-7 lead vanish in the second half as Weber State rallied to score a 27-24 Big Sky Conference football victory in Og- den, Utak The Eagles were set to meet Montana State on the road in Bozeman for the first time since 1952. 40 Years Ago Sept. 21,1972 Eastern Washington State College president Emerson Shuck told the schooYs board of trustees enrollment might be 300- 500 stu dents less for the fall quarter of 1972. Slightly over 6,000 attended the previous term. With a court ruling from Judge Raymond Kelly that 53 trees along Fifth Street could be removed, the city of Cheney was set to move ahead with the project to complete a cross- town connector arterial involving Sixth Street. Cheney scored a 20-0 football win over Colfax as Del Spear scored twice and ran for 178 yards. Mark Baird scored twice as Medi- cal Lake scored a 36-0 Northeast A League victory over Chewelah. C- CHENEY HOME CARE We Provide Family Peace of Mind! How may we serve you? We are available 24/7 for: Meal prep, light housekeeping Grocery shopping, errands Personal Care Medication Reminders Companionship Transportation We are devoted to providing.quallty non-medical care and assistance to families in the Cheney and surrounding communities with the goal of helping seniors remain independent, in the comfort of their own home. it near to and continually, with pure eyes. O, how amiable this simplicity is! Who will give it to me? I leave all for this. It is the Pearl of the Gospel." Francois Fenelon. St. Paul's is located at 625 C St. on the edge of EWU campus.. United Methodist Church Please join us for worship at 10 a.m. Sunday morning. The worship service will be led by the Rev. Terry Hall. Child care is provided. Christian education classes for all ages are at 9 a.m. for children and youth and our adult Bible study begins at 8:30 a.m. For additional information about Cheney United Methodist Church please call the church office at 235-4600. The church is located at 204 Fourth St. Church, office hours are 9 a.m. to 12'.30 p.m. Monday through Thursday or visit us online at cheneyumc. org Emmanuel Lutheran Church The congregation of Emmanuel Lutheran Church invites you, your family and friends to worship with us this Sunday, Sept. 16 at 10:30 a.m. as we celebrate the Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost. Children's Sunday School begins this Sunday at 9 a.m. Please meet in the downstairs fellowship hall. Lutherhaven Community Outreach event begins, this Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. for grade school through high school aged children. Plan to join us for din- ner, fun and fellowship. Men's group meets on Wednesday mornings at 7 a.m All mert are invited to attend. Emmanuel will host StageWest Community Theatre's produc- tion of "Harvey" on Friday, Saturday and Sunday the last weekend in September and the first two weekends in October. Please note that Friday and Saturday performances are at 7 p.m. All Sunday performances will be 3 p.m. matinees. TOMLINSON WEST PLAINS Ask Pete USAF retired: 953-4598 #1 in West Plains Home Sales "l/ . e-PRO Go to for all Virtual Tour #s $23,900 ....... 000 S. Rock Lake Rd ...... Cheney .... 10 acres ................ 875417 $97,500 ....... 303 E. Lake St ............... Ned. Lk.... 2/1/O...zoned com. 803523 $149,900 ..... 1105 N. Edna ................ Med. Lk, :.. 3/2/3 .................... 843372 $249,900 ..... 601 Sunrise Dr. .............. Cheney .... 6/3/3 .................... 856771 $347,500 ..... 27309. Tucker Prairie ..... Edwall ...... 3/2/2...5 Acres ...... 867300 $349,900 ..... 15616 S. Ramona Ln, Cheney-Spok.. 3/3/3... 13 Acres .... 872755 we will have LIVE MUSIC every Saturday. 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