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Page 4 Cheney Free Press NEW OFFICER INSTALLED BY RELI EF GROUP Mr. Verl Hull, Coos Bay, Ore., was irstalled as rrational eant, o,r aide of the National Woman&apos;s Relief Corps on Sat- urd*ay at the General George W, ri Corps meetly. Instang officer Mrs. G. J. Heglar a,ssksSed by Mrs. Porter Parker, chaplain; Mrs. R. E. Erdan, department psi- den; Mrs. Roy LoRe, Mrs. WRier Bergoff, Mrs. (.relyn Hudson, Mrs. W. L. McIntyre, color bearers, and Mrs. H. U. Kintz, msieian. 'lJte corps members enjoyed a Columbus day progra repro- paved by Mrs. Louis Falk. Des- sort was served by M. Wal- ter Bergtofff and Mrs. W. L. Melntyre. Mrs. Hove Hostess For Church Ladies Mrs. N, orman Hove enter- taed one day ast week for Sumzyside friends, Mrs. Leona Darrielson of Sunnyside, dis, trict presiden't of the Luthe,ran Id'.ms, yeas in Cheney to plan the distct meeting next k. Others with her were Mrs. An:rta Vass, Mrs. Helen lneve and Mrs. Shirley Stor- fie, former neilbe,s of the H)ve family in Sunyside. Mr. and Mrs. Joh,n Banks are spending ,a few weeks n Minl, Where they will visit fends and relatives. Frid[ay, October 15, 1965 Janet Moore, John Kondratowicz United October 2 A d,ube-ring, eandeUht service at he Airway H eig, hts Baptist church solemmzed the marriage yours of Miss Janet A. Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Moore of Fur Lakes, and Mr. JOhn Kond- ratowicz, jr., son of M. and Mrs. Jolm K,odratowicz, st., of onon,ga,hebh, Penn., Satur- day, Oct. 2. The bride's gown was tra- ditional white satin pea de sole ith l, ace cummerbund and bow, ong sleeves, ad a Slort train, wih shoulder length veil. She carried a col- onml bouquet ,of Talisman ras- es, whie feathered carnations and stephanotis. 3anet chose for her attemd- CHURCH NEWS [ NEWS BRIEFS LUTHERAN I Mrs. Willard B,evnard re- The Emmanuel Lutheran[turned from a vis, it with her church of Cheney wl be the[son-in-hw ,and daughter, Mr. host church fo" the Spokane l and Mrs Dan Dobrott, and 0onference workshop of the lthree children in New York.[ American Lutheran churvhes/ Mrs. Chris Betz returned women, in Cheney on Tttesday, ] Oct. 19. A coffee hour wll be held at 9:15 a. m. folowe,d by the workshop for officers and interested persons. Sessions begin ,at 10 a. m. with lurm,h- eon ,at noon .and djournment set fr0r 3 p. m. Leading ,officers wn meet m groups for discussor f their officer duties said Mrs. Paul He lsing, president of the Cheney Lutheran Ladies. MrHODIST The Methodist church WS- CS wil serve .a Fellership dinner on Sunday, Oct. 17, at 6 p. m. in the church dining room. The potl,uck dinner will ants the warm autumn coars in:Ide .sal!ads and hot dishes of gold, Drayage, and green brought by those atterding, in street length gowns of iden- i wih the WSCS proving rolls tical ste a,nd materl as the[a, nd cofffee. Foreign students brides. The maid off lonor's, ]and faculty will present the Miss Judy Ellis of, Spokane,[program. Mss Keiko Miwa, JR- and the bridesmaids, Misses|pan will present ma, gi; Miss Judy and Nora Moore, sisters Kahinoor Banerjee of India .of the bride, caried Ciolnial music on native in,strument. nasegays of wlite baby mums ami elored carnations to match th,eir gowns. The groom's attendants were Dick Moore, brother of the bride 'as best man, Hal More and Delmgr Fitzner, brother gnd brother-in-law o the bride, a,s u,hers. The ceremony was pe,rform- ed by the Rev. Ployd Merrill of the Airvcay Heights church. Mttsie was provided for the Dee ,on by Mrs. A. C. M of Missouh, Mont., aunt of the bride, and "Beacuse," and "Wedding Brayer" were sung by Mr. Eugene Bod of Mis- son,a, Mont., cousin of the lde. The couple will make thei h0ne for the imedate fu- ture 'at "Hill Air F<mce Base" in Ogden, Ulah. CHS GRADS OCTOBER, 1955 MARRIED OCT. 2 Cheney Commmn_ity-Oolege Crcert associatioet  pre- sent for the first concert of the season ,o Oct. 22, Los Campagaors ,de lh C,anson, a grttp of 'nine men French #mgrs Wlo have appeared in America for seve seasons. High paise as been heaped on tem .on Boadvcay, in nht dbs and teleon ppear- aries at in the concert fiekl. Ovdiranee No. E-9, pevtai, n- ing to the preservation of pub- liC ,peace, safety, moTa'y and good order in the city of C,he- hey, was sed by the city ooulmfi' ]/at Tuesday. llmas  ,a married students dormitory were diseussed at Marie Cheever, daugh- ter of Mr. mrd Mrs. Geese Cheever, Rt. 1, Spokane, and Ga A. Rietz, son of M, aa :M. Gilmore Kiez, Amber, were united in mge Sat-I urch, Oct. 2. They were mar- ried in Ooeur d'Aene, Id!ahe with the very Rv. Chrbury erfornng the ceremony. ll is pre emled at he Uhen:ey Drug Stare antl the Cheney Free Press. Gary i,s attezdmg Spokane Community College, majori, lg "m: business education. The couple plan to make their home in Spokane. a meeting of the asternl... - ,, -. Wgton college board offlLaales t-ellowsnlp trtstees Sattwdy. Th, e'tmiM-iSe t Tuesday Meet mg woukl resemble a nmtei, I with urrits emg a eeer[ The Women's Feodaip (m't .eonaimn, g a hundry[ .gts of 4isWict Christian .g arid a phy .area for lchu.hes will hod a meeting ehiMren. , a the Eastern State ospital A tentative date off Nov. 25 in MedieM Lake on Tuesd'ay, wRs :set for calling off bids on the e0-lucthon of Cheney's new school budin at a meet- ing of he s0hol board Timrs- day, Oct. 13. Gibson's Prices 10 Years Ago Sugar, 10 Ibs ..................... 89 Lac-Milk, 3 gallon ............ 69 Juice, 46 oz. tins ............ 4/95 Peanut Butter, 20 oz. jar 49 Oysters, 12 oz. jar ............ 45c Lean Bacen, Ib ................. 43 Veal Roast, Ib ................. 45 Shortening, 3 Ibs ............. 69 Lettuce, Ib ............................. 9c --. Ven Camps, 8 oz. Tomato Sauce 15/$1 Bumble Bee, Vz size Tuna ...... Banquet Cream Pies.. Oct. 19 at 10 a. m. Service pro- ]ects an, d visits to the wards will be on the da and members are to  cookies for the aftern, oon tea party. LODGE NEWS RIgBEKAH The Rebekah llg will ,ham a rguliar meeting Wednesday, 20, hn the IOOF trail They wll obsevve past noble grand night, and the annual HOBO party with costumes. Social lmu wR'h games will i%How. Rib & Center Cut Chadwick nursing home bene- Pork Chops Ib 69 ,lmrvest sale was hem with - a pPolam and dessert after- Grade A Yearl'ing Hen 29(: [[ wards. Turkeys Ib The Job's Dau,ffhters bethel "-" " ,lond the members off the Masonic l'odge ,at tim meeting Tuesday evening. A ceremon- ial :march was presented to Ironer the Masrs. The junior past gtmrdian, Geri Lambert, al associale gavdian, Dick Oranges.. 6lbs. $1 00=sJrdm% were given special MARTH_&, DES cl,pter OES hd a regular meeg Mond eve-i ning in the Masoe temple. ! My. d Mrs. John VSan tunt, lon.I patron .and *matron pxeskling. ! /01Phns were made to linear the [ pat matron nd patrons at [the next meefirg, Oct. 25, and! $ ]to award tte 50 year pins to (/It] !two of the members. A mem- '"t-  service was hed for Corn Ihrdin, g. The Enmm P. home from the hospital l'as week, and is recovering nicely at her home. Miss Florence Rue was among the Cheney guests at- tendirrg the wedding of Rob- eat Spencer and Marcia Cro- n!ath in the Nortlwad Pres- byterian church. The Royal Neighbor lodge will ,lmld a regular meeting in the Legion hall, Monday, Oct. 18, at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Betty I-tale, o,aele, will preside for b ,usiness and reports. Dessert will foIl'ow under the, manage- merit of Mrs. WiRiam Lee. Carroll McLean "mreattend.vestck producers to I The Livestock Co nferenee Named Chairman hi/is a prject of the Agricaltur- v]l al ,Bureau of the Spokane ]Chamber of C:ommerce. The flock Conference one-day meeting is ,an offs!hoo,t o,f the highly popular Pacific The 2nd Annual Pacific Northwest Farm No,rum held two studs, six with fols at side--and ttendricks ,at Cheney, and three daughters and one The entire family pitches Northwest Livestock Confer- ence will be held in Spokane Tuesday, Nov. 16 featuring the theme .of "Tomorrow's Live- stoek." Caroll E. McLean, Live- stock and Agricu, R ural Repre- sentative for the Washi,gt,on Water Power Company, has been named ,as chairman of the one-day meetg. McLean lives on Ru,ral Route 1, Valley- ford. The first Pacific Nrthwest Livestock Conference was h,ed rast March. The move to] a fall meeting is t atltaw in February each year and sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. McLean was raised on a di- versified ranch near Four Lakes and attended schoo at Fear Lakes and Cheney be- fore joining the .staff of the sprawfng Crocker-Hut,f man Land and Water Company ranch headquarters near Mer- cod, Calif. He raises registered Morgan horses on his Valley- ford farm. At the present time he has when horses are shown at ad horse slmws. Caridel et, a four-year.old, was champion Morgan stao last year's Soakane Fair while Shawala two-year old, took clapio stallion honors. McLean has what he ",an a,nrmal hobby"the tlemen on Horseback made each spring in ton. McLean ,has made the ride 12 s reparate years. Indian River Grapefruit .. 10/$1 Sunkist Large ROYAL NEIGHBORS Mr. 'awd Ms. J. P. Gruber entertained as theLr Th,ursday guests, heir daughter-in-law, Mrs. Tom Grubber from Spo- i kaae. LT. GENERAL CANCELS FAIRCHILD VISIT Due to unforseen open, iDe- al requiremerts, the sheduled dt to Fairchitd AFB by Lt. eneval C1mrles B. DuCt, the Cmmanding General of the Uted States Army Air De- fense Command, has been can- celted. Tle visi was s0hed- 15. PLENTY OF PARKING OPEN 9 TO 9 Speaking will be Sita:s Kobi}o of Eeyrm ,and Dr. Satnam Mah- mud of Pakistan. Rev. Howard Pitts will present the g,ue,sts. CHRISTIAN The local Christian church members took ,an active part in the Regional .assembly off the Interrmtianal convention of Christi, an churches in Sp lane this week. The Rdpath is the pace and this is one .of the 13' assemblies being hem this monh, concluding sessions on Tuesday had as distirguished speaker Rev. Barton Hunter, executive see- retary of department off Chris- tian Cation, ,and Community Services, he said, "God is still at work in a world of revl- tion." The Chen:ey Church clodr j,otned choirs of Spokane for the Sunda Rigt r" Going from Cheey were Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cris-II   u * singer of Kalispell, Mont., I '( 0 | I eg I ] n tR pent h,st week with hrer par-[ ..... : ...... ents, Mr. ,anifl Mrs. Robert [ ] I * I Heyer. i win honors Mr. ,and Mrs. C. E. Dower[ The Etern Washington " ' S " have as lause guests t, hear two I State College Co,llegmn, a grandchHdren, David and Loft] 14,member "pops" siniging JeJnsen of Spokane. Their par- j group, has been chosen for ents, Mr. ard Mrs. Robert Jen- the seeond time for an eight- sen, eft for a vacation to Cal- week USO-National Music ifornia, Arizona and Nevada. Council tour off the P,cific Command. Mrs. James Moorman spent The group was selected in Sunday in Lind and Ritzville. 1963 for a similar to,ur, which She attended the wedding of was ,so successful that they Janet Smith, daughter o,f Mr. have been chosen for the see- and Mrs. Alex Smith. Mrs. ond trip. Con, certs will be pve- Moorman joined relatives at sorted in Japan, Korea, Oki- the home of Mrs. Robert Nis- naWa, the Phlhppines and Tat- sen in Lind for a 1,uncheon wan. tmrty. The Smiths are former Dr. Ralph Manzo, EWSC as- sctml students of Mrs. Moor- soeiate professor of music, is m'n, director of the group and will Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tucker accompany the students on md Timmy were Su:rday din- the tour. nor gues ,at the home of Bab ta.eh of the 14 students se- Lambright. lected by Dr. Manzo for the Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rietz "Collegians" is a soloi,st. The were Friday guests of her par- repertoire, consi.sting almost ents, Mr. nd Mrs. George enltirely of poplar se,"ons Cheever arid family. Saturday, wl include group, solo, and Gary ,and Edna were onoved men's a, nd women's ensemble at the tmme of ,his parents, performances. Mr. ,ad Mrs. Gilmore Rie The tour .of the "Cotegiars" a.rd :fiandly. Also presen were, is mlade possible by the volun- and Mrs. Domed Ross, Mr. and Mr. arid Mrs. Tham Garrnanltary contrbu'tios off the Mrs. James Btacksihaw and arid trly of Davenport. American citizens to USO Ruth, Mr. end Mrs. Henry Ru-[ Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. throttgh Commurgty Uhe.s dof, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen, IGevvge Cleever and family antd United Ftmds all over the that USO may URn,ted States so Mr. arid Mrs. len Dobbins, I tveled to Idaho for a visit to Mrs. 1avy Ashwrth aad 'h-ler ormer h0me_ Also M; continue its services to the ers. t and Mrs. Pierrie Dimic ann 2rmed Forces "werever they [family ,and Mr. nd Mrs. Gene go." --------- [Dirrco anld ly joined Jo Tll IC'IIh.A IXlE$A/C land S horty for the trip. Her KENTUCKY BOUND /IL..I%.UIVI |IL..YVJ father hmesteaded the hnd Mr. and Mrs. James (Bud) International Ihacaton de- near Spri, ngstor When he first Cashon (Nancy Wilson) left on payment of Til!icum wl meet came fzom Italy. Sept. 16 to visit hs parents, i a the ',home of Mrs. J. S. Lane excellertt in this %oca Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cash, on at n Thuvsday:aifte/bon, Oct: heu 1039 Wetteran Louisville, Ky. 21. For a program on Au, stm- ulated. The a,mes:Casho=s pan to the bear with ods of fred or make the home in Kentuvky. lia by Msr. Lucile 1Nerso,n, the their bg, :.brown ttzum. 'es.. gttest speaker. This is a change Seriously thwu.gh, the aa is BOB MORROW WINS of lostess. beautiful ,and people never fail EDUCATION DEGREE Fine Arts departnmat will to be ,amazed at .nature's a Robert T. Morov, route 2, hold :an antique show at its meeting, Oct. 25 t the borne work. Ch,eney, was among the 305 Miss guth Bl,ackshaw spent students who received 4effrees of Mrs. E. L. Dales. the weekend here with her aster Completion of the recent Cheney will be the h)tes parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim summer session at Washington city for the Northeastern dis- BlaelcStmv. She is in u, rses State University. Morrow won trict convettir of Federation of Women's clubs in April, trNning in the Stakane Den- his doctor off education deee. 1966, it was annou,need la'st eortess hospital. Mr. al Mrs. C. W. AIexan- Florida and Arizon ave Saturday, at Tekoa at the fall der entertained ,his dauwhter the only two states which will district meeting, a,rd family froan Oroville, Mr. have more war veteran rest- and Mrs. H. W. Zesigev arrd dents in 1980 than they tad two <hiMren arid Mr. a'nfl Mrs. in 1960. Mrs. Oeser Hosts Hugh Alexander from Safl- ,point over the weekend. Beta Sigma Phi Mr. ,and Mrs. FAmer Luitem The OheRy Chapter of Beta entertained as Sunday dinner Sigma Phi met Oct. 5th at the gu'ests ltis pmrets, Mr. and ,hne of Mrs. Larry Oeser. The Mrs. Fred Luit0rt, ard brother meeting was pesided over by Mr. ad Mrs. Bal Luiten, the president, Ms. laymond from Ritze ad Mr. and Schtfl,z. Plans we made fr Mrs. G. J. Luiten from Span- ruslRng new members, gle. Plans were .Mso discussed Mrs. Etta Presnell enter- or hel'pin'g with the Maor's tahmd a Suchy ftezmn Fore4gn Strident i.on guests her brother and family, Oct. 17. The Olmpter sponsored Mr. and Mrs. De, bert Pece, a teen-age dance at the City /yore Lhd. Hl], Oct. 1. An interesting Dr. and Mrs. LaiTy Je'ue program on "Hawaii" was pro- a,ntme the bih of a daugh- ter on Oct. 4, in Sattle. The :SORted by M2s. Ted Sthl,bon baby, w ,l'a ben raned an!d Mrs. lymand Giles. Re- Micelle AlneRe, j;O_nJs a sis- frehrneats vtee served by r ad two brothe at the Mrs. Don Pierce and Ms. Ray- lmm e on Mercer Ishad, and is re'end Stmltz. e ganklatghter of Mrs. D. deru of Oheney. CHENEY HOT LUNCH The school hmch men for GUARDIAN the week of Oct. 18 in the Che- OF HEALTH ney school distri,et wi,lt be as follmrs: Each day approximately 20 ond'ay, Mexican casserole, :ml0 Amerea wl: green beans, meat, pickle, irough the doors of our coup- cheese kebab, green salad, try's pharmacies. Servi the Dutch,apple cake; Tuesday, needs of this large body of the vegetablehef stew, tossed American pbl is a small but baking ImWer biscuits, peach-dedicated corps of pharnm- rice cream; Wednesday, Orien- cists. tat rice, ruby sad, peanut- To many of his customers, butter sartdiweh, apple lie the Pharmacist is a trusted with cheese wedge; Thursday, friend at advisor. turkey ami gravy, whipId pc- "lJhe integrity, efficiency, tatoes, ,cabbage-pineaplale and ea 'Proffessiinal e'emIetence ma,rhmallow salad, rmn of these rnenqn-wddte is knn bread; Friday, nmcarni and thvonglmut the country and cheese, buttered spinach, ear- the worM. rot relish, deviled egg, corn- Cmadian of (mr halth and bread, cherry sauce, welfare, the ,pharmacist is su- premely worthy of the sup- port and confidence the Amer- ican People have always ac- YE OLDE AUCTION corded 'him. Fireside and Flame Room 809 First, Cheney Try our Merchant's Lunch . . . Even if you aren't one 85c OUR NEW BANQUET ROOM IS AVAILABLE FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS Steaks - Sandwiches - Sea Foods Beverages Open 6:00 a. m. to 1:00 a. m. THE MOTHER'S RING" She'll wear it with pride . . . cherish it always. The tw_ o bands of 14 karat gold sig. ni/y husband and wi/e . . . in turn, the bands are joined together by the synthetic birth- stone o] the monih or each child in the ]amily. All rings are custom made. Superbly crafted by fine ewelry makers. Priced ]rom $25.00. Smith Jewelers 1965-66 Artist Series IVAN PETROV, Leading Bass 7  .ine.'atu'Y'TPm.., o,,',e'.cowBo.',o, , sets, appliances. TV's, heat- EASTERN WASHINGTON STATE COL G ors, O. C. clairs, miscellan- eous bargains galore. Door Prize Drawing Thursday, Oct. 21 - Showalter Auditorium: - 8.15 p. m. 9:30 p.m. BE 5-6348 Individual Adm. Adults $1.50 Children 75c 2354516 W.H. We s te r m a n /'!