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Pge 4 Cheney Free Press CHENEY WOMEN ATTEND COLFAX CONVENTION The fight agaimt arthritis was the project reported at the Northeastern District, Federa- tion of Womex Clubs conven- tion at Colfax Saturday. Mrs. W. A. Lurid, president, conduCted the meeting. Mrs. Ogden Eriksen, program chair- man, presented Louis Bruno, state superintendent Qf educa- tion, as keynote speakex. State President Mrs. Wayne C2ms- tin was honored and present- ed a gift from the district. She spoke on aims and projects of the Federation. /theneaum club of CoVax, the hostess club, presented musical numbers and readings. 1eports were made on phs for the state convention in Spokane next May by Mrs. W. R. Smith, Mrs. Rere Dubo and Mrs. E. L. Powers. Attendance prizes of silver tra/s went o Spokane,, Garfield and the Beta Jrs. The April convention wffi be 'held in GarfieSd, vchem four of the of fleers of the district witl be elected. Going from Cheney were Mrs. Stan Pierce, Mrs. W. Wes- terxrmn, Mrs. O. E. Jhnson, Miss Flora I)avMson, and Mrs. A. B. Cutting. Auxiliary Gets Special Citation American Legon auary unit 72 held a business meet- ing on Wednesday. At a recent meet in Spo- kane of the 8th district, the Cheney unit was giveal a spec- ial citaCn for meriteriotts ser- vice; cash award for television and radio support; member- ship award and a national leg- islation aard. Mrs. Harr was appointed child welfare cLr- man for the distriCt. The auxiliary reported on the immunization clinic held n the Legion Iall, which it sponsors. DonaCJons of lay- ettes and buby clothes are be- ing received by Mrs. Carl Hendricks. AUXI LIARY FETES EDNA CH EEVER The American Legion auxil- iary en, tertai, ned on Wednes- day eening in fine Ion hall to ,honor MAss Edna Cheeve', representative to Girl's Sta from Cheney ast July at E1- lensburg. Other special guests were her tmrents and representa- Sires from Beta Sigma Phi, Til- icum, PEO, Job's Daughters, Eastern Star, Catholic Altar Society, United Church of Christ and the anxilry. Mrs. Harr, ,auxiliary presi- dent, presented Miss Cheever, who told of her experiences and showed sdes. Mrs. Jane Morgan, girl's counselor at Cheney High Sool, who as- sists in [he selection of Girl's State representative, was pres- ent. A reception and refresh- ments followed, wth Mrs. Mor- gan and Mrs. L. Corbit, past pesident o the auxiliary, pourirg, assisted by Mrs. Harr, Mrs. William Lee and oher members. The Le#on auxiliary will sponsor he Girl's Stae candi- date for the comi, ng year. MELODY SINGERS PRESENT CONCERT The Melody Sngers, com- posed of 25 churchmen of the Inland Empire, presented a sacred scrag concert Sunday eening in the Methodist church, with the Nazarene church as co-sponsors. A crowd o 300 attended. Hey. Howard Pitts, pastor of the Methodt church and welcomed the wle Rev. George Nicmls of the Nazarene gave the bene- dictiom NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Van Brunt attended the "adwanee night" ceremonies of Audubon chap- te of F_,aeam Star kxlge in Spoks on Monday eveng as hormred guests in  Associ- ate Matrons maA P.tmrs Club of the Inlmad Emph. Thttrs- day evening they attendedad - vance night at Ivarhoe Chap- ter in Spokane Manito Masonic Temple. GORDON CORNELIUS 1117 Paaln Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. Y8066 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the county of Spokane Ir the Matter of he Estate of GUST A. LEE, deceased. Notice is hereby ,iven that the under- signed has bee appointed Executor of the above estate in tht Court ad hem qualified accordingly, and that aH persons having, elairn against ma_d deceased are required to rve claims, ou y verified with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at Spokane, Washimgto,' or upon Grdon the attorney of redord at his office at Spcale, wemn- ington, and file such claim with proof of such service ir the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington, within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first Duhlication of this notice is 23rd day of October, 1964. Harry J. Lee Executor of the above estate. E. Cor.lius Attorneyash. 1117 'aulsen Bldg.. (Oct. 23-Nov. 6) Friday, Ocber 23, 1964 CHURCH NEWS METHODIST The WSCS society will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Homer Pierce. Susannah Wesley Circle hed its first meeting of the season on Tuesday at the home of MA's. Grace Oker- strom. CHRISTIAN The Christian church will begin Christian Literature Week Sunday with a dplay of material. The distriCt meeting of the Christian church Wmnen's Fel- lowship was held in Spokane on Tuesday at the Pacific Ave- nue Christian church. Going rom Chexmy were Mrs. Don- aid lo, Mrs. Etta Presnell, Mrs. Ed WiIloughby, Mrs. Jhn Blackshaw, Mrs. Glenn Dob- bins, Mrs. Roy Lotte and Mrs. Lee Allen. Mr. Ross accompan- ied them to attend the minis- ters' meehrg of the district at this time. The Christian church spon- sored a recepon in ,hOlmr of EWSC students and newcom- ers in the church Sunday eve- ning. METHODIST The Methodist church rum- mage sale will be held in 'the Igion Hall, beginning on Nov. 3 'at 9 a. m. Clothing, house- Imld goods, dishes and any and everything will be on hand to sell. Pick up days will be Ot. 31 and Nov. 2. In Clarge are Mrs: F. Kuehl, Mrs. Carl Hendricks, ,Lrs. J. S. Lane, Mrs. M. S. Jones, Mae Van Scoyc, and Mrs. Don Patterson. Trucks iwill be provided by John Van Brunt, Francis Kuehl, Carl Hendricks and men, of the church. COMMUNITY Rev. and Mrs. Gene Ross, Donald and Cheryl spent this past weekend and Monday at Livingston. Mon., visiting friends. Rev. Glelm CLark from Spokane filled in the pulpit for Rev. Ross Sunday. While in Montana Rev. Ross spoke at the Prade Valley Commun- ity kurch. ADVENTIST The Cheney Seveath-I>ay Ad- ventist Church, meetirg in, the Betz School music room, will celebrate its first brt!aday Sat- u, day at 9:30 a. m. with "vis- itors' chy." lthough guests are always welcome, this Saturday is slat- ed to give a special welcome to frierds and strangers alike. You and your family are cor- dimly invited to fellowship with us. Dr. Elwyn H,asse announced MRS. ANDERSON HOSTS OCTOBER RNC Club Meeting Mrs. Kate Anderson enter- rained the R. N. C. club in her home Oct. 15. She was assisted by Mrs. Robert (Howe) Easter from Spokane. Mrs. L. C. Cor. dill, Mrs. L. W. Rietz, Mrs. Har- old Barrett, Mrs. Hovard Buob, Mrs. Kate Anderson, Mrs. Luke Best and Mrs. J. H. Sp,uler at- tended the county council meeting OCt. 2. A vote of thanks was given to Mrs. Bar- rett and Mrs. Anderson for serving the cooldes and to Mrs Bu, ob and Mrs. Spuler for fur- ni.ship,g Ivansportatton far the group. Plans were made for the an- r, ual card party, hich is the only fund raising project and is used mainly for the club's contribution to the scholarstgp awarded each year on achieve- ment day. The pinochle p,arty will be at 3'19 N. 6th at 7:30 p. m. Nov. ]4. All members come and bring guests. County craft day wi be Oct. 26 ,at 10:30 to 2:30 at the Dari- gold building in Spokane. Any- one interested is invited. R. N. C.'s club .craft ex.hibit wilrl be pillows, in charge of Mrs. Buob, and the exhibit in recegnition of the 50th anniversary of ex- tension service in the U. S. will be Launder',mg methods, in charge of Mrs. Proctor. A very interesting lesson on "Choosing and Using Vege- tables" was presented by Mrs. Elmer Tiedt and Mrs. L. W. Rietz, who .had attended the tasting luncheon in Spokane. More uncommon vegetables were used; new combinations and a variety of cooking meth- ods we,re stressed. The Novem- CLUB NEWS DWYC DWYC club of Rebekah iedge will meet Wednesday af- ternoon at the home of Mrs. Elmer Tiedt for a dessert par- ty. GRANDMOTHERS Grandmothers cub will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. Pete Billesbach or an l fftern,oon dessert. LODGE NEWS EASTERN STAR Twenty-eight past matrons of Eastern Sta lodge held a dinner meeng in the Masonic :Temple Monday evening. Hos- tesses were Mrs. Mite all, Mrs. W. E. Garner, Mrs. H. PeideH, Mrs. F. Kuehl, Mrs. M. S. Jones, Mrs. John Banks, and Mrs. Grover Chambers. The business meetirg azd re- )errs were in clmrge f Mrs. Dick Roos, with Mrs. Hoary tfampton as.ting. R]gBEKAH Rebekah Lodge met Wednes- day evening in the IOOF hall. It was the anrmal Friendship Night, with lodge members of the vicinity as guests. ROYAL NEIGHBOR Royal Neighbor lodge met Monday afternoon. Ptan.s for the annual welfare project were discussed. Refreshments in a H&llow- een colors honored Mr. John Banks, who was leaving for the winter months. MARTHA OES Martha Chapter OlS will hold Friendship nght Monday in the Masonic Temple. and Mr. axed Mrs. Rapth Hend- ricks, Mr. ,ad Mrs. Glen Tfe- fern of Spolane. Mrs Chet Shepard enter- i tained with a dinner to cele- brate the 86th brthday of her mother, Mrs. Martla Greene, of Spokane. Her c,hildren brought a decorated birthday cake. They were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shegard and sons, Che- hey; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shepard and children; Mr. and Mrs. Col Henderson (Jeanne Shepard) and children, all of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Johr, son and Children have moved to the Ray Sheard ranch near Fish Lake to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alexan- der entertained as Sunday af- ternoon guests Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Stark of Iayford and Rev. arrd Mrs. George Nichols of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Kennet,h Con- ley entertained as a Sunday dinner guest Mrs. Glenel]a Pearson,, a teacher at IJakeland Village. Mr. and Mrs. James Trezo- na, Oakland, C'alf., are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roydal Conley. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lmten spent the weekend in Seattle as guests of ,their son, Je'ry Luiten. Mr. and Mrs. John Banks teft Tuesday morning r their win- ter home in Ph,oenx, Ariz. They expect to return to Clhe- hey in April. Mr. and Mrs. EImo Bartlett and four ehildren entertained her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Banks, for dinner Monday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stewart are spendin,g a few weeks in ber meethg will be at the b, lr-Xx/C I[DI home of Mrs. Earl Brooks. The[ ,,-vvo \\;L,  los.son on "Hospitality for the I Mr. and Mrs. William Bry,an Hoid,ays will be presented at l left this week for San Fran- Kietz are the leaders for this lther son, Maj. William Bryan, lesson but anyone is welcome[ and amily, and tour other JOHN I. to ,attend the pvesertation by' arts of Oaornia. Miss Ruth Gould, counCy ex- Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Morgan 'C O O N E Y tension agent, on Oct. 28 or spent last weekend in Spring- 29 at the Centenm'y Methodist Charch, South 1012 Freya, Spo- kane. that students from Upper Co- lumbia Academy would have part on the mormng's "regular program. Lession discussion, "Paul and iris Struggle Against Legalism," Gal. 2:1-13,  be ted by Warren Gord,n. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Brown will direct the junior and children departments. Thoughts for mediation "The Sin Bed the Sin," will be presented by Elmer Weller, teacher, Spokane Junior Acad- Classified advertising does a great ob at a small cost. ae Wih their sen-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Azevedo, ad infant son. Mrs. Marguerite Barber and her daughter, Mary Helen, spent Saturday in Colfax v'sit- ing old nei,ghbos and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ernes Harr spent the weekend in Bridge-I port as guests of the son-in- law and daughter, Mr. mad Mrs. William Fisher and three children. Mr. and Ms. Cad Hendricks Gradview with er father, William Smith, arid sister, Mrs. Bess Gi, ad in Seattle with his daughter. Mrs. W. Ed Garner, who spent a week in Cbeney at her home, returned to Olympia to j oir, Mr. Garner. Mrs. C. Coo,r, Mrs. Les.1]e Lee, Mrs. E]va Salt, Mrs. Kyle Wolfe and MAss Charlotte Lang of Spokane spent Monday eve- ning in Cheney calling on old friends. They attended the OES past matrons dinner par- ty. Mr. and Mrs. Dan en- tertained with a pottuck din- ner on Sunday for a family reunion of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Louthan, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turner Mrs. Effie Edwards, of C:alifor- nia, Mr. and Mrs. Neff Hum- bert, Mrs. Charlotte Williams, Cheney; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Folk, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cal- vert, Mrs. Josie Marsh, Miss Franc Mason, Amber; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Showalter, Spo- kane; Mrs. Ted Freeman and Mrs. W. E. Garne'r, Che,ney. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer M ,ash spent Sunday afterno,on h; Coeur d'Alene ,as guests of Mrs. Joe Graham a,nd Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mann. Mrs. J. W. Kapp, White Sal- l nl,on, is spending the fall months here with her son, Jack N, app and family. Classified advertising does a great job at a small cost. THE NEXT l A youngster has a chance of growing up president of the Unitl today, because ,he ,has a chance of growing up. Thanks to he many ic advances in such medicine, hygiene, and others, babies dren nov have a greater to live to ,'-adultho0d. 930, the death rate S. for babies under one has dropped 63 per chi'ldren 1-4 years, 82 and for children, 5-14 per cent. More than 5'00,000 born last year are alv ,as 'a result of those recorded in the past And in just the for every 10 ten, seven have been discovered during thiS as modern medicine fight to help man live lon!ger and more BE 5-6348 W.H. Wes Friday, Oct. 23 entertained their children and grandchildren for a family din- ner on Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley MeLeo2n a,nd four children from Ctm- SUSPENSE THRILLER FOR ENTIRE FAMILY BLUE RIBBON AWARD THE GREATADVENTURE BEGINS WITH STATE SENATOR ningham; Mrs. Carrol MeLee, Cooney has been a DOORS OPEN 7:15 ad four children of Valley- ford; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley f r i e n d of Eastern Hendricks and Gayte, C heney, Washington College. Sat., JAMES RII00iil. McQUEEN 6ARNER A1TENDOROU6H Ii/ COLOR.,., PANAVISION SHOW 7:45 (ONE Great Escape 8 p. m. Exit 1 1:10 Regular Admission October 24 for the EWSC Cooney sponsored the ex- The following business places change land bill which wilt Coming Wednesday and ThursdeY more than double the campus so th.t enro,ment ..n "TH E PRIZE" - Paul Newman WILL CLOSE go to 8,000 or more. Democrat Big Halloween Spook Show Henry D. Kass, acting pres. Saturday, Oct. 31 - 11 p. m. Clarence D. Martin Club James McKeehan, treas. Make Up Your Party Now! HOMECOMING GAME from 1:30- 3:30, Woodward Field EWSC Artist Series Cheney Newsstand Mirror Barber Shop City Dry Cleaners Edgett Bros. Smith Jewelers Cheney Drug Owl Pharmacy Mosman's Cheney Free Press Cheney Bldg. Supplies Model Barber Shop Boots' Insurance Agency Holmes Hardware Cheney Dept. Store Brown & Holter Co. Cheney Motor Co. Ratcliffe Ford Co. Ed Doten Agency Paul Draper Considered the World's Greatest Classical For the warmest feeling- Let STANDARD HEATING OIL chase away the chills. Here's modern oil heat at its best.,, refined to surround you with clean, safe, dependable warmth in any weather. Call today for prompt service and the carefree comfort of an uninterrupted supply, For any Standard Oil product, call AL HASKINS 1st & BE Tap Dancer Showalter Auditorium Thursday, Oct. 29 8:15 p.m. / ADMISSION BY COLLEGE ARTIST SEASON PERFORMANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT DOOR.