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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 2, 1964 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED--Mr. and Mrs. Dee McKern of Rice, Wash. announce the engagement of their daughter, Diane, to David Showalter, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Showalter of Route 1, Cheney. Miss McKern is a graduate of Kettle Falls high school. Showalter was graduated from Lament high school in 1962. Both are students at Washington State University, where they have been enrolled the past two years. The wedding date has not been set. PAST OFFICERS HONORED BY JOB'S DAUGHTERS Job's Da,ughters Bethel met Sept. 22 in The Masonic Tem- ple with Queen Ruth Bell pre- siding. The grand guardian, Dorris Gurney, Seattle, was present for her official visit. With *he," was the grand asso- ciate guardian, Harold T. Craig, three post grand associ- ate guardians and one past grand guardiavr. The Majority degree was (orfferred upon Karen Chase ,and Lois Weber, and absen- tees to Charlene Brooks Hughes, Sue Bean Ferguson and Judy Wyatt, who were pre- sented honorary memberships in impressive ceremonies. The next meeting WI,H be Oct. 13. Oct. 27 was set for the faiher-daughter banquet and initiation of candidates. Mrs. Geri Lambert, guardian of the Bethel, and Mrs. A1 Weisman, past guardian, at- tended the school for executive )u,ncll members Saturday at t[illyard, from this bethel. Chenev AAUW Members Attend Fall Meeting The annual fall tea of the AAUW was held in the Che- hey Cawles Museum in Spo- lane last week. This was the nmmbersrp tea and welcome for nw members and guests. Mrs. W. L. Rowls, president of the Chcney chapter, and the following members were among those attending Miss Cecil Dryden, Mrs. V. F. Small, Mrs. Robert Binder, Mrs. War- ren Westerman, Miss FkYra Davidson, Mrs. F. L. Ratcliffe Jr. and Mrs. Rowles. CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN The Christian church board of directors will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. A film on mem- bership in Christian churches will be shown. The Men's Fel-! lovcship will meet Wednesday i evening at the .tmqne of Henry Rudolf. On Sunday, the Ohrtian church wiI1 show a smmd film on effective churches at 7:5"0 p.m. On Monday, a mtmber of members of the Oheney Chris- tian church attended leader- ship courses t the Spokane Ceral Christian church. Go- ing from here Rev. and Mrs. Don Ross, Glen Dobbi*as, lVh's, i Ilenry Franz and Mrs. Jim Blackshaw. Youth Fellowship met last Skmday arid selected Darlene Sahell as their counselor; Steve I)abbirm, chaivrtmn, "made pl, ars for the season activities. METHODIST The Methodt church will hold a fellowship dinner Sun- dy ct 1 p. m. following the morng svice, sponsored, by the Women s Society. Families are asked to bring salads and a ,hot diish. This is the first dirmer of the year awd EWSC students are welcome. The Methodist churches of the district, ,hem a series of workshops this month, aheney nmmbers attended the work- shop at Ritzville last Friday. Going from here were Mrs. Frar, c' Kuehl, Mrs.  Van- Scoyoe, Mrs. earl Hendricks, Mrs. Myrtha Mill, Mrs*. Leslie Mill and Mrs. John Van Brunt. Mr. Kuehl and Mrs. Hendricks for the tri). Beta Sigma Phi Holds Fall Meeting Gamma Theta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi hem i: first meetirg of the fall season"at the home of Mrs. Robert An- derson. ,kssisin,g hostesses were Mrs. Jim Dyke and Mrs. Bill Tavenner. Tickets sold by Oheney chap- ter members during the sun- mer for a Spokane Indians benefit baseball game totaled $352. This money was turned over to the arthritis fund. The program "Explosion in Cyprus" was presented by Mrs. Ray Shults. Mrs. Jim Dyke will hostess the next regular meeting at 8 p. m. Tuesday. CLUB NEWS DWYC club of Rebekah lodge met at the home of Mrs. F. N. Lefebvre Sept. 23 with 12 present A brief business meeting and entertainment was followed by dessert served by the hostess. DWYC club elected new of- ficers at the Sept. 23 meeting. They are Mrs. Elmer Marsh, president, Mrs. Marie Conley, vice president, and Mrs. Mile gall secretary-treasurer. GRANDMOTHERS Grandmothers club met at the home of Mrs. Elmer Marsh last Thursday. Mrs. Etta Pres, nell, president, conducted the business meeting and program, which was followed by a des- sert party. REBEKAH Rebekah lodge will meet Wednesday evening in the IO- OF hall. Reports will be made on the school of instruction held in Spokane. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Monday- Creamed pota- toes, bologna sandwich, green salad, peanut cup, cherry pie. Tuesday -- Pork and nood- les, buttered carrots, Waldorf salad, cornbread, fruit. Wednesday -- Chili, tossed salad, pears, sweetrolls. Thursday -- Frosted meat loaf, brown graey, fresh vege- table tray, chuck wagon bread, pudding. Friday -- Tun, a wiggle, fluf- fy rice, carrot-cabbage-raisin salad, applesauce bread. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jones entertained as Monday over- nigh guests Mr. and Mrs. J. Helm from Yakima, former residents ,of the Cheney and Four Lakes area. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Oker- strom and Mrs. Myrtha Mill entertained as Sunday dinner I guests his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Delamonica, and a sis- ter, Florence Okerstrorn, from Spokane i Dr. ,and Mrs. Louis Grafious !ant family returned to Ghe- !hey in early September after 'spending two years in Nigeria. Dr. Grafious was on leave from EWSC with the UCLA :contract team in the United States Agency for Internation- al Development in Education. Their tyro daughters attended Old Brown Home the American, Univers,ity at Moved For Bui Iding Beirut, where Judith remained. Sally wts in the Beirut Col- The former llame of Art lege for women, and is now at Brown and his mother, Mrs. EWSC. Their two sons, Philip Lutie Brown, was rem,oved last and Robie, are at the hmne week to make room for a two- arrd enrolled in the Cheney level apartment building on schools. B and 3rd St. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Betz en- Albert Hinckley moved the tertained s wee kerrd guests house he own,s on Sixth St. her sister, -rd brother-in4aw, near the campus e lemen,tary Mr. anld Mrs. R. O. Ellis of school into the country on Spokane. On Saturday they l tIighway l0 to make room for toured illiams Lake, Amber the apartment house, arrd the Rosalia and Plaza wheat areas. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Mel Samons from Colville were their guescs. TILICUM NEWS Dr. William Riggs, superin- tendent of Cheney .schools, and Fine arts department will be his family moved to Cheney hostess group or the general, this week. They will make membership meeting Monday their Lhome in the Martin Tol- in the City Hall. A "tasting lefson duplex on East Third supper" will be served at and Ehn St. 6:30 p. m. for members and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Melville guests, followed by a white entertained as guests last elephant auction sale of items week their ,son, Richard Mel- brought by each member. Mrs. ville, Mrs. Melville and d'angh- Stanley Pierce, president, w:ill ters of Spokane. On Tuesday of conduct the business meeting this week a daughter, Mrs. at 8 p. m. Mr o r D ,... .... , ___ Larry Adamson, Laont, was ident, has I)ee reappointed to I a Ir a" "'r M  " . ,a v s  avens the state sclmhrship comnut- ] and th,qr ',,h- ,. e ot m e eueravmn ot wam-]claud e Murra- were Tuesda- y, Y ens Clubs or a two year Cerm. [ l,,neh,- ,,,.t ,  .... n She an n ........ ' ........ " ........... " , nou ces mat two scnol-lr s Joh n,b ..... r " . n ms. tm we ones- a ships were granted to EWSC ]da,, the , ..... ,., m ..... udents last year from Fed- - -"; .... '"t; " '"* . ........ guests ot vr. ana IYlrs. 15k2m erauon tlllls placel:l in me Braten state colleges and thee a 4-H M," ', T,- V;,,n m,,- d r av  1 .......  ...... sch a ship is a'lab e to 4-H ...... members from Federation funds. The Cheney school dis- trict has 100 active 4-H mem- bers. LODGE NEWS Martha chapter OES met Monday evemag "m the Mason- ic Temple. Mrs. Harold Pen- dell, matron, welcomed visit- ors from Colfax, kae and Mulan, Idaho. Grand officers ,honored were past gratrd patron Walden Clmmbexs and gra'nd Mrs. Henrietta Newman off Sp kane, Folio ",wg reports of standing committees, dates were set for a pancake ,break- fast March 14, Advance Night Dec. 14, and the official visit of the grand mtron Nov. 9. It was past matrorm' and patros' night, with 25 present wlm: were introduced, welcomed and presented with gifts. Re- freslmmnts were served by MrS. S. Hatch, Mrs. J. Moortnan and Mrs. A. Haskins. Classified advertising does a great job at a small ct. joined Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ham for a trip to Bremerton over the weekend. They were gu Re.Elect , JOHN L. COONEY STATE SENATOR Cooney has championed and introduced legislation to elim- inate the sale of obscene fit- erature and comic books to children. Democrat of l,_r, and Mrs. Gene Lobe. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Leebvre ad Mr. and Mrs. Holgar Hen- i den spent Sunday afternoon i v, fith friends in Spokane. I Mr. and Mrs. Dean Swegle :entertained as Saturday eve- ning dinne guests Mr. and Mrs. Rallah Baker and children of San Jose, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. tiarold Toohey of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bartlett of Kennewick visited Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Lefebvre several days last week. Lorie and Teresa Bonk spent several days last week as guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bonk, in Sprague while their paren,ts, ll.lr, and Mrs. Virgil Bonk, were on the coast. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Baker (Vivian Storlie) and two chil- dren from San Jose, Calif, spent the past week here as guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Sterile, aad Mr. and Mrs. W. Baker at Am- ber. Earl Hilton, Jr. returned to his studies at the University of Washington in Seattle last week after spending the sum- mer here with his parents. He serves as a manager at Lan- ders Hall on the university campus Mr. aRd Mrs. A. A. Eust'. Berkeley, CaKf., are house guests .of Mrs. D. G. Jerue. He is a former EWSC coach Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamp- .ton were am(rag the Cheney members who attended the dinner meeting of the past mat- rons and past patron, s ass,ocia- tion of Eastern Star lodge. It was .held in the Spokane Ma- sonic Temple Tuesday eve- ning. John Montague, who attend- ed the Boy Scou.t Jamboree at Gettysburg, during the sum- mer, will be showing his slides .and pictures taken of the event a;vd of his tour of Washington, D. C., New York Cty and the Wortd's Fair at the Methodist church Sunday following the 1 p. m. fellowship dinner in the Youth Center. Mrs. Beth Smith, who recent- ly built a new home on West Fourth St., was honored with a house warming party Sunday afternoon. Her brothers and their families brought a cov- ered dish dinner, which feat- ured a decorated birthday cake, to celebrate Mrs. Smith's birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Conley, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conley, Mr. and Mrs. Roydal Conley, Mrs. Ray Con- Icy and Mr. ,and Mrs. Leo Shau- yen (Elise Smith). A gift for the new home was presented by the gu.sts. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harr en- tertained as Sunday afternoon guests Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stein- fifer, Klam, ath Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ctausen, Garfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Harr and two daughters from Spo- kane. Mr. ,and Mrs. Louie Franz en- tertained as afternoon guests last week Mr. and Mrs. John Banks. Mrs. Claude Murray (Shirley S?aven*s), Phoenix, Ariz., ar- rived over the weeke.rd to spend a weeR here with her narents, Mr..and Mrs. M. R. S]ravens. Miss lVlary Miller, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Richard F. Mil- ler, will leave Oct. 4 for France, where she will enter :,renoble University at Gen- oble for her junior year of col- lege. Miss Miller, a gradu,ate of Cheney high school, has spent the past two years at Wash- ingtor State University in Pullman. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kuehl, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hendicks and Mrs. Mae V.an Scoyoc ,spent a few days this week at their Priest Lake cottage. Mr. and Mrs. George LaVat- ley and his parents were Sat- urday morning guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jehn Van Brunt. They were en route home to Mo,ses Lake after attending a wed- ding in Coeur d'Alene. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stewart returned last week from New York, where they had sre,nt the summer at their Lake George summer home. They visited with a daughter, Mrs. William Rennebohn and four children atMad!son, Wis., en route honl: Cal]ing on Mrs. Caroline Marshall News By Carol Yates CHURCH NEWS The Ladies Circle of the arsla.ll Community Church held a friendship lunciheon at the church Tuesday. Miss Dor- thy Moos, a missionary from Viet Nam, the guest speaker, showed slides of Viet Num. SHOWER HELD A bridal shower was given in ,honor of Mrs. Ruth Werhan (Peters), who was married rec- ently. The shower was held Sept. 24. Ruth received many fine gifts. Jello, cake, mints, mts, coffee and kool,aid were served. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Lovell attended the Hub Club meeting in Nour Lakes Sept. 24. As their craft for the day they made pine cone medallion plaques. Plans were made to attend the ooun- ty council meeting today. The Four Lakes Hub club will pro- wde part of the entertainment for the meeting. Mr. Bault was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred' Spuler last week were Mrs. Anna Hurst of Hot Springs, Mont., and Mrs. Hurst's grand- son, Lowell Peterson, and daughter, Marie, of Spokane; Mrs. Emil Sputer of Lamont, ,and the following neighbors: Mrs. Mary Kahl and daughtor, Mrs. Yoder, Mrs. C. W. Alex- ander and Mrs. O,lve Swegle. Wednesday guests this week were Mrs. Spuler's son and vAfe, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spu- ler of Coeur d'Alene. Peters Saturday. ban visited the Viola Peters was a Miss Conic Elde and, in return, Miss the following day as a Viola. Bob Bartlett was dinner guest of the USE YOUR ABOUT Headaches are most common o r i plaints. Ph.y can dozens of different --anything from eye-strain .to migrate disease. Most of the time quickly and have importance beyond comfort they catse. woutd suggest that doctor for a that comes once a when head,aches are it makes good se doctor. 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