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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 16, 1964 RELIEF CORPS Former Resident HOLDS MEETING Addresses Women AT LEGION HALL At Church Meeting General George Wright We- Mrs. Willard Kaiser, former- man&apos;s Relief Corps No. 8, aux- ly of Oheney, who has spent iliaxy to the Grand Army of a rmmber of years teaching in the Republic, Inc., met Satur- Korea, was guest speaker at a day in the Legion  with meeting of the Methodist Mrs. Myrtha Mill presiding, church Women's Society Tues- Halloween favors filed with 4ay afternoon. candy for patients' ays at the Dessert hostesses were Mrs. Veterans' tmspital, Spokane, ttazel Can:field of Davenport, the Cheney Nursing Home, and Mrs. Flora Rifler and Mrs. for Corps members were made John Banks. Mrs. Francis by Mrs. Edna Kintz. Bingo was Kuehl conducted the business enjoyed after the business meeting, at which plans were meeting, made to present the Me}0dy O Oct. 28 a carnival will be Singers in a concert-program held fr the 220 patients in the Suuday evening in the church. VAVS ,hospital, Spokane, with Reports were made on attend- 31 organizations takimg part. arme at tile district church The Woman's Relief Corps mirmr at Ritzville last month. will operate the popcorn stand. Ohtwch stationery with im- Mrs. G. J. Heglar is the prints of the chtrch for room- Woman's Relief Corps repre- was distributed. It was sentative to the hospital, with also reported the fall fellow- Mrs. R. E. Erdman, assistant ship dinner in honor of for- deputy, each having been al> eign students last week was pointed and certified at Wash- well attended. ington, D.C. The Melody Singers, a Corps merabers were in,it- troupe of 25 churchmen in the ed to a reception given by the Inhnd Empire, under the Elworth..Ooa'ps No. 3, Varn-direction of Paul IAlengreen, eouver, hoIoxing the new de- give their time as singers dur- parfiment president, Pearl ing the all ad winter sea, son. Havre, of ttmt city, yestea'day, Refreshments and a reception with Mrs. Hegiar and Mrs. Will will follow their concext. Scheel, Ritzvile, attendiag. Next rnoh members will ,hold ,a hobby show. Hostesses FACULTY WIVES the S00turday meet00g were ELECT MRS. KABAT Mrs. Edna YArtz, Mrs. Myrtha Mill and rs. 'Minnie Loomer. Mrs. George J. K, abat, was elected presidert of the Bast- ern Washington State College CHURCH NEWS Faculty Wives organization for the 1964-65 college year at the CHRISTIAN group's organizational meet- The Obristian church we-iug. serted a certificate of ppre- The annual fall meeting was eiaion aRd a gift to Miss Ruth held Monday evening in the Blacksbaw in appreeiaivn for EWSC Student Union. or years as church orgaxt. Other newly elected officers Ruth is now a Student at Whit- Mrs. Clmrles Booth, vic worth college in Spokane. Mrs. Donald F. secretary, and Mrs. .METHODIST Theme Tibbitts, treasurer. All The Metlmdist church will are from Cheney. sponsor a rummage ,sale in the Legion Hll Oct. 30 through Welcome Planned Nov. 7. Collections will be Oct. 30-31, or by contacting For New Residents Mrs. Carl Hendrieks, Mrs. ,olm New residents to Cheney V, an Ba'unt, or Mrs. E. H. Wag- and EWSC are invited to a wel- oner. Olothirg, dishes hoarse- hold items or anTtlgng for come reception at the C,heney seUing, is needed. In charge C' Church, from 5 to 7 are Ma's. Francis Kuehl, Mrs. P" m. Suray. Mae Van Seoyoc, Mrs. Fiend- A buffet srmck supper will be served, and a,n opportunRy ricks and Mrs. Van Brun. given for ne resid, emts to be- come acquainted with mean- BAPTIST The Baptist dureh elected bers oral laders of the church. Sunday ctmol officers hst In charge of ,arrangements is the membership depament week. They are: Jon Morris, of the church, Henry Rudolf, adult Sunday school class; Rev. Am2ek Ohampe, eallege stu- chapman. Participa:rg in the dents; Mrs. Chmape, juniors; planwing are M_vs. Rndof, Mrs. Betty Morris, primary, and E. A. Melville, Mrs. Warren Mrs. W. R. Bergtoff, beginners Westerman, Mr. and Mas. Carl and nursery. IIair, and Mrs. Beth Smith. A teacher trainirg css is being conducted by Baster Willms Celebrate Champe Sniday evenirrg at 6 40th Anniversary p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Rayborn Joyner were in charge of the Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willms ice cream social held ,at the celebrated their 40th wedding church recently. COMMUNITY The Cheney Community church youth will hold a er wash today from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. at the Union 76 Station.. CHRISTIAN The Christian Men's' FeRaw- ship will be in charge of the morning worship Sunday in the annual observance of .I_y- men's Sunday. Participating wi'l be Roy Foss, Oarl Hair, CAen Dob- bins, Porter Parker, and Jack Miller. Speakirg on, "Able To Stand," will be Glenn Dobbiam, Warren Westevman, and Jin r.lackskaw. A male quart composed of Steve Dobbins, Le- land Allen, Don Ross agtd Hen- ry Rudolf wil sing "Just Out- side the Door," by B. D. Ack- ley. Ed Wi.lloughby is  age of eRlistin'g othex men to serve as deacons ,and usahers for the rvice. The wovsh wifl in- cl, ude the communion of the Lord's Supper. LODGE NEWS REBEKAIt Rebekah lodge met Wed, nes, ,day in the Legion Hall. aomimtiom were held for new officers. Birthdays were ob- seawed with s-peeially decorat- ed cakes. Plmas were made for the fviendbAp .nisht Wednes- day, with ldgos of the dis- trict. ROYAL NEIGHBOR Royal Neighbor od,ge wl meet Monday at 1:39 in the Leon Hall. Mrs. Beth Santh was given a surprise housewarng par- ty Saturday by Mr. mad Mrs. Leo Shauvin. Guests. included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hmr, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Matney, Mr. Mrs. Jim Grier, Mr. arm Mrs. Rffdal Conley, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Coey, Mrs. J. ]ut- ler, Mrs. Mary Ashwor:h, Mrs. Ray Cordcy ad Mr. and Mrs. V. I-[aggn of Rosalia. Mrs. D. G. Jerue spent he weekend in Spokane as a guest of Mrs. Vince Banks. A dirmer party was enjoyed on Saturday evening. anniversary with a family din- ner party that included their two da'ugbters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepard and sons, and Tim, and Mr. ,and Mrs? H. L. Lucas i and children. Mr. and Mrs. Willms were married Oct. 12, 1924, in the St. John's Lutheran clurch at Medical Lake. Marshall News By Carol Yates SALE HELD The Marshall Community Ladles Circle will hold a rum- mage sale Friday, OCt. 23, at North 4 Bernard i,n, Spokane. The sale will begin at 8 p. m. PERSONAL -MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Frank of Tacoma were Rue,sis of the Cheever family. Sadra Ka- }n.a,ge was a guest of Ma.rian Cheerer Friday and Saturday nights. On Saturday the Cheever family traveled to Wenatchee, where they visited and en- joyed dinner with Mr. and M_rs. Cl, arence Hays. Mr. and Mrs. Orrie heav and their three son,s of Spo- kane were dinaaer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cheerers. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Me,lvhi Bedient a,nd fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. Ge,ne Dimico and family. The Green family journeyed to he coast, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Glelm Boyes, their d, aughter and son-in-hw. Edna Cheerers and Alex ga- jala were guests of the Odd Fel'lows Lodge in Spok,a:ne. They attended a lecture and were guests at a din'her in m0nt will meet with Mxs. Dela Grant Tuesday evening fox a I'ice, in Bonners Ferry. program on In,an Trails, pve- Mr. and Ms. M. S. #ones sented by Mrs. Milo Ball. AT RECEPTION--Sylvia Ocsio, at microphone, addresses crowd during annual foreign student reception fast Sunday at City Hall for foreign students and faculty at Eastern Washington State College. She is from the Philippine Islands. Also standing is Silas Kobilo from Kenya. Others seated are not identified. ROOM MOTHERS lSonata Due A0000O,00TeO ELEMENTARY PTA 00Will Open cans, Knitzer and Loesser Room mothers for the ele- S have been playing tgeher mentavy schools were appoint- New eries with superb harmony for 23 ed this week by the Elemen- tary PTA president, Dr. Walt- An accomplished sonata duo, years. er L. Powers. violinist JoseIh Knitzer and Kmtzer taught for 14 years Campus school room moth- pianist Arur Loesser, will at the Clevel,and Institute of ers .are Mrs. Dorvan Breite- open the Eastern Was,hington Music and Nortvestern Uni- feId, kindergarten; Mrs. Luuis State College 1964-65 Chain- versity as chairman of the Gvafious, first grade; Mrs. At- ber Series Wednesday evening, string departments, and was visiting professor at C,olod,o fred Prince, second grade; Mrs. Coege for five summers. In lay Sawyer, third grade; Ms. 1955 .he joined the f, acuy of Will,am Waddington, furth the Eastman School of Music grade; Mrs Pau:l Helsing, fifth in Rochester, N. Y. s artist- grade, and Mrs. Robert Woold- teacher o the viohn. ridge, sixth grade. Loesser, a pianist who occu- Room mothers at Betz are pies a leading place in the Irs. Fred Seoy, kindergarten world of music, is also a teach- morning session, and Mrs. Wil- er n, fl writer ,on mus:ieal sub- fred Sibley, afternoon ,session; jects. He is a native of New first grade, Mrs. C. V. Atkin- York, was graduated with the son, Mrs. Ardrew's room, and ,higbest honors from the Insti- Mrs. Charles H. Albright, Mrs. tute of Mus'ica,1 Art (rw Jull- Foy'.s room. ,Eard School ' of Music), and Second Grade, Mrs. Philip studied at the College of the Eiserbauer, Miss Moriarty's City of N,qw York and Colum- bia Unlvc,,ltv room, and Mrs. Ha,told Too- JOSEPH KNITZER [ " 7n'cr'AtY" hey, Mrs. tney's room; thi, rd grade, ,Mrs. Ray Steiner, The program, at 8:15 p. m. [ Mrs. Powers' room. and Mrs. in Slowalter Auditorium on] JllJEa ]:[l|llfflll Fred Sharp, Mrs. Poore's the EWSC campus in C.heney,[  ]1111111||1111 is a bonus fr 'holders of sea-l- rOOm. Fourth grade, Mrs. LeRey son tickets to the c31te:ge's Mit-[rl@ 1"@ t@ Isherwood, Mrs. Abtey's roe,m, ist Series, atthough tickets far [.v...... .v nv..v ! and Mrs. Mer, ritt Johns(m, Mrs. the performance will. be avail-[ T Present Concert Ogden's room. Fifth grade, able at the doer. 0 Mrs. E. L. Haskins, Mi's. Reid's room, and sixth gaade, . :. The firs', of the big band Melvin Bedient, .Mr. C,rowell's leaders to "invade" Carnegie room, and Mrs. Wilfred Beard tlatl, Duke Ellingtoa., and his Mr. McCulloek's room. orchestra will present a con- cert a,t b;a:stern Was'hington State College Wednesd*ay eve- CORDI LLS GIVEN n]ng. SPECIAL NIGHT Job's Daughters Bethel met Tuesday (vening in the Ma- sonic Temple. It was horror :-  ..... :: mght fo,r Mrs. N. A. Cordill . ,and Carl Rudolf, junior past :! <\