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lge 4 (Lheney Pree Press Friday, October 9, 1964 TILICUM CLUB Womens Clubs Will HOLDS ANNUAL Convene In Colfax GROU P M E ET I N G The Northeastern District i Fedexation .of Women's clubs The Tilicum club general will meet in Colf, ax Oct. 17 membership meeting was held for the 95th semi-armual con- Monday in the City Hall. The /eion. fine arts deaartment served a Louis Bruno, state superin- "tasting dinver" to 61 mem- :erdert of schools, will be the bers and guests, keynote speaker on "Educa- Special guests were Miss tion." Edna Cheeper, girl's stale rel)- A coffee :hour from 8:45 to resentative mom Cheney, Who 9:45 a. m, 1 precede the spoke on her experiences at morning seeivrs. LtmCheon Ellensburg last smmner; Carl will be at noon in the lgh Rudolf, who explained Rer- sc.hool. Make reservations with endure 12, to be voted on "m Mrs. I-Iarold Kirkpatrick, 7031i November; and Mrs. Arthur Crestview Drive, Colax, by I]vorson, recently onored Wednesday. with her husband as the con- Going from Cheney are, Mrs. servation farmers of the year. Stand-by Pierce, Mrs. W'arren The "call ' to the N. E. Dis- Westerman, Mrs. Stun Henri- trier convention of club wome was read and delegates elected ricks, Mrs. O. E. Jolmson, Mrs. A. B. Cutting, nd Mrs. MilD were Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Bali. Warren Westerman, with Mrs. Stun Hendricks and Mrs. O. E. Jotmson as alteates, to at- CHURCH NEWS tend Oct. 17 at Colax. METHODIST Reports were ncle by_ Mrs. The Methodist church .held M. A. Matmoe, Mrs. San Hen(l-its first fellowhi'p n, ner of ricks ,and-Mrs. Pete MorLag_e the year Surday iblLowing on the yearly budget, Whi(h morning services. The Wom- was accep,ed. A certificate of en's Society,, sponsors, served appreciation ws ,given to Mr. a potluck menu to 70 present. and Mm..rthur .. .n. EWSC foreign studen were The ekb toured their arm m special guests. Jolm Mon.ague September. Iistoriv=almu,__u gave an nteresting uccount spokesmen repovte, l two mrge slides of h .trip to groups visited  r.. the national Scout Jamboree it  also reported that Tli- held in Valley Forge during cure will be sts with the the smnmer. He .also toured Elementary sohol PTA at a W, ashington, D. C., New York meeting on bills to be voted and the World's Fm:r. Rev. on Oct. 2! at Betz sclmal. Howard Pitts spoke briefly of A discussion was ,held , going to the Scout Jmboree ptfolios about Ctmney to, !a few years ago. distributed to necoms pro- The Women's Society of the vided by the Chamber of Cknn- Met.hodist church will meet meree, with Tilivum assisting Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. The hos- in distributions, tosses, Mrs. Hazel Canfield, CompletirLg the eveah a Mrs. John Banks and Mrs. Flo- "vChite elephant' le was'heM ra Rufer, will serve dessert. with Mrs. Pete Heidcker as Program will be given by Mrs. auioneer. Proceeds will, be Willard Kaiser of Korea. treed for the State convention of Federated elu,bs in Spokane EPISCOPAL - MEDICAL LAKE in =May wth Tilicum the co- St. T}mthy's gud met at host group, the lome of Mrs. Dorothea Campbell last Monday night. The Rev. H. W. Hubbard ted LINDA THOMAS the d eoions for the evening. PLEDGES KAPPA st. Tohy's guild win have fruit cake and mincemeat avail- Teachers Will Aflend Meetings Cheney School District re,och- ers and administrators will be a.ttending various meetings next Friday Across the State of Washing- ton this day has been selected for educational orgaaiz.ahions to hold meetings so that teach- ers can atterd without hang to leave the students in their classrooms. Teachers' groups in the areas of mathematics, science, foreign language, English, so- cial studies, guidance, etc., are hotdintg meetings Oct. 16-17 so HONORED ON RETIREMENTBert Wahl, center, custodian that members of the various in the Cheney School District for 15 years, was honored at a groups can give eonsid;eration retirement party Sept. 30. He is flanked by Betz School Prin- to new trends, ,and new way cipal LeRoy Isherwood and Mrs. B, Kingsley, who baked and of doing things. decorated the cake. Isherwood presented Wahl a gift. Teach- ALL Cheney School Distct schoos--Cheney H'ih School, ers and administrators joined in Wahl's retirement party, wish- Betz, Sun,set, Windsor, Four ins him good luck in the future. I,akes and Garder Springs Ele- mentary-will be closed Oct. FACULTY WIVES NEWS BRIEFS !6 an, d students will (have a three-day nacation. PLAN FALL PARTY Mr..and Mrs. M. R. Slaver=s MONDAY EVENING left Tuesday for Phoenix, Ariz., CARD OF THANKS where they will mke their We wish to thank oJ may EWSC Faculty Wives will home. They sold Vheir home friends for patronizing our use a political convention tmre to Mr and Mrs. Pete chicken dinner a.nd bazaar. theme or their Pall Bil, lesbacb. A daughter, Mrs. Christian Womens Fellowship. party Monday evening at the: Shirley Murray, wbo hes spent o9 Walter Aisle Memorial Union. a week here with them, accom- Non-political in .nature, te punted them by plane. A num- ,his family at Moses Lake. participants will be assified ber of farewell parties were Their grandson, Oliver, ac- a,s delegates and will have the given for Mr. and Mrs. Shvens, cempanied them home to visit opportunity to become better who were residents in Cheney for a few days. acquainted with ether mere- for 25 yegrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arch'ie Can- bers from their "home state." ALbert Betz is ifi in Ya ley of Spokane were Sunday New officers will be elected at the home of his son, Alva dinner guests of Mr. arid Mrs. for the coming year. Mrs. Ro-Shriner. The Shriners were in George Stroup. Mrs. aonle land Lewis is president of the Cheney t.he past week t,o take is a sister of Mrs. Stroup. FacuRy Wive and Mrs. Joe him home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartford Chatburn is chairm,a of the lrs. Martha Studemn e n- of Four [akes were afternoon Fall party committee, tertained Mrs. Anna Hurs with callers. Mrs. Hartford is the Special guests wffl be facul- piano selections t 'her cons- Stroup's daughter. ty women on the staff at EW- in's residence while on a visit Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish at- SC. there recently, tended the soil conservation banquet last Saturday evening. In Marching Band East Chene? Mrs. Mary Knecht returned Cadet C. C. Carter, son of   to her home a,t Warden ,after Mr. and Mrs. Chrence C. Car- visiting throe weeks with her ter, Sr., 6 N. 3rd St., has been By Anna Phillips dau, ghter, Mrs. Esther Stelzer, 'selected for me,mberstfip in YARD CLEANED and other relatives. Mrs. Vern Harrirgton and Wentworth, Mo., Military Aead- Last Friday evening at the her grandson Oliver visited emy's marching band. He will grange meeting Mrs. Emery Mrs. Anna PNllips Monday play in the band's saxophone Babb thanked the 4-H club for section, cleaning the grange ,hall yard. CLUB NEWS Johlzny Phillips reported on what the young people lad Teen,users and adults who LEGION AUXILIARY done and Mrs. John Babb re- at breaMast are in !a better The American Legion Aux- ported that Booster Night will position to control weight. iliary will meet on Wednesday be .held Oet. 16. Readings and Without a good breakfast, you to bono Miss Edna heever musical selections were on the are much more likely to eat representative to Girl's State program. Mrs. Anna Phillips between-meal snacks th,at are from Uheney.  and Chester Phillips ,served re- high in calories, but lw in freshments, nutrients, and often end up l SUNSIINE ...... :. with more calories far the day Surmhine Se c]ub met BIRTHDAY-CELEBRATED than breakfast eaters. Wednesday at the ,lome of Helping Mrs. MaNe Vinson Mrs. Lee Allen. Twelve men- celebrate her 89th birthday at bets were present .from Doyen- the Oheney Nursing Home -,e Elect were Deloris Stelzer, Mary Boots, Sandy Koragy, Carol JOHN L. A Chermy freshman at East-able for the lolida3r season ern Washington State College, again this year. Lir&a Tlmrnas, has been ac- he Dec. 6 meeting wffi be cepted as a pledge by Kppa at the home of Mrs. Caroline Theta Chi sorority. Kuehne. Mrs. Pearl King will Miss Thomas is the daughter report on the document "Mu- of Mr. and Mrs. Gant Thins, Responsibility and Inter- 112 5th Street. de_pend,ece in the Body of Christ, a statement of convic- tions .about the ature and CAM P F[ RE NEWS present duties of the churches of the Anglican Communion, CHEERFUL presented to the Arglcan Con- The Cheerful BLue Bird gross held Ln Toronto, Cn- port, Spokane and Cheney. group, under the leadership of a, da, in he summer of 1963. Miss Sally $ahron, held a HORIZON Ann Blaylock, Helen Hend- evening"fly'up" ceremOnYat the Betz school.Th'ursdaYThe ST. ROSE OF" LIMA " Sophomore hgh sctmol gir ricks, David and Pamela Wool" 'C 0 0 N E Y Shu-Koda Camp Fire group Approximately 35 members in Horizon club ,are being acti- dridge, David and Phyllis (ff the ARar Society were pres- rated this week, with Sue Rupp, all East Oheney 4-H big sisters to the girls, assisted ent Tuesday eveng to hea Johnson as the leader, members. They sent cards and and tied a Camp Fire tie on took Mrs. Vinson *a cake, scraps each advantcing gl as the Mark Cosgrove of Spokane symbol of going into Camp speak oR "The Newman Cub CHENEY HOT LUNCH for rugs and sang happy birth- on the College Camps." This Oct. 12---Stoppy Joes, green day. Mrs. Vinson gave the which will ,be Pire Girls. Members advancing were was the second of a series of bears, cheesepiclde-balogna members a rug Lectures scheduled for the A1- kabob, fruit salad, ch,ocohte used .at the grange ,hall. Lori HornfeR, Janet Johnson tar Society monthly meetings, cake. Sharon Galloway, JuIi Jeanne Mrs Johihy, president Oct. 13 -- Roast beef, brown OFFICERS ELECTED Iainter, Diane Johnson, Ba- of the AI"" "Society, has gravy, mashed potatoes, tossed Judy Babb was elected pros- barn Moreland, Cindy Larson, amed the clairmen of the fol- salad, sweet rolls, ident of the East Cheney 4-H Inla Sooy and  rww member lowing committees: welcoming Oct. 14 -- Pizza, carrot and club at the Oct. 5. meeting. celery sticks, jellied fmlit with Others elected were Linda Juno Hatch. and transporbation, Mas. LeRoy whipped topping, cookie. Hardie, vice president; Janet tsherwood; Christmas bake Oct. 15---Weiner and saner- Camp, secretary; Helen Herod- NEW GROUP A new Camp Fire group, un-: sale, Mrs. Lenard Gorgon and Boots, Mrs. Robert Goertz; parih kraut, baked potato, fruit tray, ricks, treasurer, Mary der the leaderahip of Mrs. Chtristmas party, Mrs. Ken coat, bread with honey butter, sergeant at arms, and Cindy Fred Johns, has ben organized Brits, reporter. Morlan md Mrs. lalh Cn- ice cream. at the EWSC Campus School. Oct. 16 -- Vacation. Douglas Smith was received STATE SENATOR Members are fourth gadem, nor; publicity, Mrs. Eugene a,s a new member. Refresh- Fletcher; breakfast r First ,=-,,,,Hr^,a =t= .... ni ants Mrs A1 Prince ................. ents were served by Carolyn Cooney sponsored the iuve- L;ommu, c ' ,  . ; J JOHNSON TO ORGANIZE tnrd Ja, net Camp. nile gun safety training law children s summer scmool pm-j a o,,-, ,,,-,---  LODGE NEWS me.. Mrs. Joe Labish nd Mrs. l.. - ", , . PERSONAL MENTIONS which requires four hours of n :P oleif'gn; Stacy Lynn Hampton spent ul runner, ,vtrs ' '  " - "a last Monday with her grand- safety training for minors tIEBFJC4J-I . Egene Fletcher dw' Rebekah lodge members at- Mrs. A1 Isaksen as been ap-[%hmg plrUrne.Sa: YhenihtrOct motler, ),rs. arry ttampto.. pointed delegate of the St t{ - *-': ' ' ... tended the official visit of the . . ...... , r ann lvirs, uerge /uen, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown seeking hunting licenses, This State Assembly Presi(en, Mrs. ugtsine l)eanery oz rm  2 " cesan Council of Catholic u6 Fifth Street (corner 5th were recent: dinner guests of has reduced firearms accidents Leorm DapAelson, Monday at Wmen ' . and G). Per urthe" inorma- Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Franseen the Medical Ike Rebekah : Father William J Brennan Ilion, call 235-4940 or 235-4562. of I-hyden Lake. in the state. meeting. Going from Cheney -: . . .... :: [^ 1";;i Also, anyone inCested w.ho Mr and Mrs. Ve Harring- were Mrs. Ernest McMil pastor, has auutm:uu  ..... , f,a the meetin ton spent the weekend with Democrat Mrs. MilD Ball, Mrs. Elmer students h, ave registered m ,,,,a ou  above numbers their son, Vern Harrington, ' Tiedt and Mrs. Sid Darson. the parish tension classes.  ................. Grade school children mee at JOB'S DAUGHTtRS 3:45 p. m. and the high slool Job's Daughters Bethel will students uttered at 7 p. m. eseh meet Tuesday events in the More,day. Pete Smith, who will Mason,ic Temple to make pans teach the sophomore class, .has for a hayride party Oct. 17 and been added to the high school the candy sale, Which ,has been teaching staff. in progress the past week. Religion teachers are attend- The meeting Oct. 27 will be a 10-week trai course the Pather-D,aughter banquet me each Thursday co- and initiation of candidates, ducted by Pother Charles D. FRIDAY & SATURDAY The guardian cotmcil will Skok, director of educaon .in DOUBLE FEATURE ' meet Monday at 4:3'0 p. m. for the Spokane Diocese. MUSCLE BEACH PARTY plans pertaining to the Beel activities this fall. Mrs. Geri grankie Avalon  Annette Funichello Lambert, guardian,, win be ill T ILI C U M N EWS charge. International Education de- CATTLE KING MARTHA DES partment met Oct. 1 at the Robert Taylor and Joan Caulfield Martha chapter DES will home of Mrs. Mio Ball. Mrs. Doors Open 7:15 -- one show 7:30 p. m. meet Monday evenin,g in the Ernes Harr was elected sec- Admission Fri.- Sat. ' e retary. Mrs. J. P. Gruber serves; Masonic le.mpl . on the state committee of Chi|dren under 12, 35 cents scholarships. Mrs. A. B. Cut- Juniors and High School, 75 cents PST MATRONS tins presented a program on Adults 90 cents Past maorts club of DES wil hold a dinner meet'g Oct. 'The Arms of Liberty." Mrs. 19. Mrs. Mild BaH wi,. head the I'aul Jeifery read a descrip- hostesses for the evening. Mrs. ,tion of the Statute of IAberty. Richard RoDs, president, will It was mnounced the club conduct a brief b ,usiness meet- women of the nation will spen- inc. sor ,a 'historical museum in the Mr. and Mrs. John Vgn base of the statue. The next Brunt were ,honored ,guests at meeting will be Thm'sday at the DES "Advance NighC' the lmme of Mrs. John Banks. Tuesday evening  the Sp , I-Iandicraft departmen met ln.e Masonic Temple. 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WED., THURS., OCT. 14- 15 Democrat - 5th District BEST ACTOR AWARD WINNER, 1964 I want to thank all of the Cheney area voters for the fine support given me in the PHmary election. I would appreciate the chance Pix Theatre ,..E..,, OpeningTonight, Oct.9 W.L. (Bill} " McCormick t Mosman s