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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Frid'ay, October 29, 1965 Methodist Session Draws Many from Surounding Towns The Mettrodi church group qtrterly confererme and com- mion workshop was 'keld in the Chancy church on Tues- day evening, OCt. 19, with 95 present, gay. Karden Vergen of the Spokane IAberty park 0h(urch presided. Guests came from the chur- has (rf Lind, Ritzvffie, Doyen, part. Roektyn, Itartline. Ed- wall. Grand Coulee. Roalia. St. John, Spokane, Ttrornton Medical Lake. Oheney board members and pastor Rev. Howard Pits were bss and the Susarma evenintg circle served the coffee, aml cookies. The five ,area com,mis- siorts were presided over by fl'e a, rea ,officars with discus- sfion groups hed in (ifferent pro'is of the church and youth center. LIONS MEMBERS AT ROCKFORD MEETING Oheney Lions club membe,r Dab Tubbs, Alvin Miller, Jo,irn Dton :and Ed Doten visited the lockfod club last Monday evnin.g rd en}oyed hearing reports by two dlegates to Doys State and one to Cda S'tae. CHENEY -- 1945 Twenty-five yeas (m Ohe- my's rr,n street ws eoured out Satttrday by Ymk E. Sel- rmr, jewe,lr and optometrivt. He panelled tlm .busimss fom W. J. Mirick in 1920. Fmk spoke kindly of the ftless of 'his nay cus- tomers during that quarter of a ventary. The fn' new car lmwg sin/or the outbreak of Wrkl Way II-wi1 take pce i Ce- m*d other towns in he U. S. this Friday when the C. A. ltcfiffe coviany lows the improved Ford model. mmvn & Ioter Motor c. a,}o advertised  corniag rew 1946 Oherokt car. Sg. Pete M, ontague avaSved ,home on fulou,gh last week afte spe4ing two years i the Pacific war theater anal the Hawa isMnds. Ms. Wter Iyl retrained Friy to Seattle ter a two eks visit with er mohr, TILICUM. NEWS Helen Stens:gaard, county extension agent, was the guest speaker at the department meeting of American Home on Tuesday evenirrg, Oct. 19, at the home of Mrs. E. L. Bart- tett with Mrs. Elmer Luiten assisting. A good attenAaxme Wars present and Mrs. R. Woot- dridge cnducted the meeting. Mrs. Lucile Pierson, Wiro hs spent the past ye in travels around the world, was the guest speaker at the Interna- tion*al Education department 'on Tkursday aftevnioon, Oct. 21, at the home of Mrs. J. S. Lane. She told of to,ring Au:s, traa .and med'es of travel. It was guest day with 22 attenld- ing. Mas. D. G. Jerue presided. Evening Literary depart- ment met at the home of Mrs. Jom M, am, aakas, on Tuesday evening, Oct. 19. The pwogram ws on "witches bout" with the members partieilaa:g m rou'nd table repo,rts. Mrs. Fred Hoyt presided. Fine Arts department met at the home of Mrs. E.L. Mrs. Hagelin New Leader ot Faculty Wives and Women Eastern Wasmngtn State C:onege t' acuity vVve and r:a, W.omen, in its anllulal Iail nleeLtng, nanlefl new o[- t,ce,rs tot tfte 196a-66 coi,ege lteeted president was Mrs. lcard H. Hagehn. Other el- liters are Mrs. Kenneth Swed- berg, vine president; Mas. C'IK- l'Of'd A. Rajal,a, secretary and Mrs. Gten E. Maier, treasure. Miss Cecil DrFaen, EWSC NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. Wilson Cree, who has spent the past month in Seat- tie with hey daughter Evelyn, returned home over the week- end. Mrs. Mary Ashworth took her firs* pane ride ths week to eele,brate her birthday and went to Bremerton to visit a grandson and family. She will spend a week there before her return plane trip to Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coley entertained as guests their niece .and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson of Bellevue. asxoeiate professor ,or histo,ryiTheir two sos and d, aughter emeritus, spoke to the group [ accomp.anied them Saturday on eariy days of Cheney and land Sunda wa's spent at the the coLtege, ,and the , EWSC [ rchie Bawds, parents of Mrs. 175th armaversary  'aim, 'Win, gs[ Jobmson. ' o Truth," was shown. [ Mrs. George Forum is con- Pas for the winter meet- iL,gs will be ann:ouneed later. RNC Club Hostess Is Mrs. C. Proctor Mrs. Charles Proctor enter- tained the RNC el'ub m her ome of he September meet- rag. Miss Ruth Gould, county extension agen*, gave an in- teresting talk on "Live Lean fined in St. Lukes haspJta for treatments on her back. Ray Ballenger, a patient at the Che- ey nursing h,me, is aCE in St. Lukes for treatments. Mrs. Olive Swegle returned last week from ,a vacation trip, to Utah t visit her son and] family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne I Swegle,, and s!on. J Mrs. Mile Doll spent the I weekend with her sis{er, Mrs." Mildred Harrington in Spa- Dales ,on Monday evening, Oct. 25, with a large atterdan.ce. -- - Mrs. S. Spcek presided. A Pro" J Nancy Louise Hilton and William Robert Odell gram on antiques was given by Mrs. George F00her who]NANCY k. HILTON'S ENGAGEMENT showed silver, .china and cos- tumes and 'spoke on them. ITO WM. ODELL IS ANNOUNCED Next General Membership i . meeting will be held Nov. 16[ Mr. find M'rs. Earl L. mtffn Cheney high school in 1964 in the city ha The Ameri-luoue a, c'neney, announce me and is a s:ophomore at E,astern i  e " i'll be errgagement of their daughter, State College, can Home d partmen w I... . . ;#; .... _ _ Washington ma- the hostess group. Reports n lancy ose, o wmam KOD- joring in bursiness ad!ministra- the N. E. district eonventi, on[evt Odell, son of Mr. and Mrs. tion. Her srority is Kapga will be given. Entertaimnent Fmnkhn E. Odell, S. 205 Park T heta Chi. will be a sale. Afternoon Literary depart- met held their, meeting on Thursday .at the home of ,Mrs. Gty Oarffield in Davetpott for a potluck hmheon party. The entertainment was a review of the acation travel of each member. The Tilicum club bord of directors will meet at ll a. m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, aL the lme of the psdenL Mrs. Warren Westerma. Bah will bring a sack hmch aal wrk through the noon hour. Pans will he made for *he next gen- eral membership meeting an Nv. 19 with American Home as hstess group. Two OES Ladies Honored on Monday ,llgalha chapter OilS iron- red Mrs. Darrel G. Jerue and Miss Fra Mason  50 year members ad presented thew with certificates and pins from the gmd chapter in colorMl cememon',ies on Mnly eve- ing, Oct. 25, in he rtic temple here. Four other 50 year members of Cheney and road, Slmk'ane. The news was revea'led to her sorority sisters with the traditional candlelight cere- mony. The ring was tied to tire candle with the blue and white flowers of the sorority. Miss Hilton graduated from Odell is a semor at tatern nmj,0ing in radio arid teIevis- ion work. He }s a 1962 gradu- rate ,of Siradle .high s,eh'oo.1 in Spoka,ne ,and a member of Kappa Ohi Idambda fraternity. The couple is pIannng a June wed drg. Hoe and Grow 4-H Begins New Year With 11 Members Eleven members .are enoll- ed ir the Hoe nd Grow 4,H clu'b for the new cub year: Jan ,and Sharon Piersl, J,ane lugu,st, Robin Orabtree, Paty Johnson, Carol Ann Sli- chall, Becky Fhig, Annie Mc- AirWay, av_d Ju@y Cormneser a,rd two new rnerabevs, Diane SpohM and Chrine La Belle. The projects are baking is fun, mmheon d su/pes, fod providers, outdo eat- in,g,  yard iltn, and Jr. leadership. The dub is plamrg a card party for Nov. 20 at West IAb- ey elementary cafetea at 8 p. m The ann tml  aclrieve- men* banquet will be he.M at ,,arid Love It". Mrs. Kate Anderson enter- ta,ined the club in hey home Oct. 21, with Mrs. Pete Bille,s- bach as a guest. Plars were completed for the al festival to be held at the Dariffald budding in Spokane. Mrs. L. C. Cordill, Mrs. Howard Bu,ob, 'Irs. L. W. Rietz, Mrs Luke Best, Mrs. Elmer Tiedt, and Mrs. J. H. Spuler will attend. Mrs. Luke Best and Mrs. L. W. Rietz attended the leader trng lessien on "Managing Meats for Two" and wR1 pre- sent it at the November meet- ing which will be on Nov. 18 at Mrs. L. C. Cordill's lmme. Pl.,ans were made for the arrm, al pinochle party but n free date c,ould be settled upon. Rebekah Election Scheduled Nov. 3rd The Rebekah odge will meet Wednesday, Nov. 3, in the IOOF ball for the el.eetia of ,officers and reports with N, able Grand Agnes Olralton presiding. Reports l he made on the offial vsit of the District Deputy Bess Steer- art ,arid on the hobo right par- ty. A nttmber of lhe Oheaaey members will ake lart in the district meeting in Spokane this week and glve yapyes at the next meeting. Royal Neighbors Slate Bake Sale The trial Neighb octge will ttold a :bake sale on Fri- day morring, Nov. 19, in the Chancy magazine shop. This ts the amaul event for web ;Camp Fire Leaders Plan for New Year The Cmp Fire" Cdrls ead- ors ass'n met Wedrmsday at the home of Mi. F. J. Seirad- eg to begin the eomirrg ye's activities. Mrs. Fran Akevs of the Spokane .office wS pre- serried and new officers were elected, Mms. Scha4egg as pres. idet and Mrs..F.L. laqiffe Jr. the se.eretary-treastmer. Group activities arrd leaders were disctrssed and planted for goups of Ganp Fire an(t Blue Birds. Wise-Scott Rite Is Held in Spokane Stephen S. Wise and Mrs. Elizabeth Scott we're united in m ari'ge on Wednesday, Oct. 13', at he home of fhe boxle's kane. Mrs. Harris underwie]t surgery on Tuesday at a ho,spi- ta:l in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Ca'rl Rudo K l returned home last week a:;:hs SnPef:waWitnhd Mthee igan. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Rbert Do,r- an and Mr. and Mrs. Cha,qes Ward and children. En route !home they visited with re,la- i hoes in Nebraska. Mrs. Paul Jeffrey and Mrs. D. G. Jerue attended the hm- eheon meeting f the OES ?,ast rand and current repre- sentatives Friday, Oct. 22, at the hto me of Mrs. Walden Chambers in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Joihn Banks returned home last week f'ra Minnesota where they spent NEW ARRIVAL Dr. :and Mrs. Donoan H. Breitenfe}dt ,are paren o,f a dau,ghter, Lisa Amy, bo Oct. 6. The new arrival has a bro- tiler, Todd, und a sister, Cathy. Dr. Beeitangeldt  direov of the speech and hearitg Clinic at EWSC. Mrs. Attgus,ta J.otmso and bribers, Oscar, Ernest and Mxn Jolmsan. ms. Helen Bea$1. fmaner Fe Press publisher, tuamed f,om Tokeamt. Wash., ) be wilah ,her ehitdzen but r Tues- day she returned to the bed- of ,her mother seouly it. Prices 20 Years Ago Tiffamook Cheese ..... lb. 34 Pancake Flour, 20 oz ..... 19 Cond. Milk, 4 cans ............ 35c Peanut Butter, Ib ............ 35 Honey, 2 lb. iar ................ 56 Paper Napkins, 80 ............ 10 Hershys Cocoa, V= Ib ..... 10 Jack n' Banstalk Cut Beans, 30Ys. 5/$1 Giant Tide .... 61t I Fluffo two from Garfiekl chapter were welcomed. Grand ,officers from Spo- kane and guests rm other elpters were impend. Re- ports were ma4e by cmmit- tees, and the Emm P. Ohad- Wick au,rsn,g 'home project completed, with dntis of 10 per tenet from the chapter. The ESTAR scl"olarship ebmmittee reported a pancake fd ,ha been set or Mach 6 to .assist the soholarSlps. Re cel2on was eld in the dining room whore, tle y dc- (rad amversary cake was cut and served by Mrs. Joe Jevue, MrS. Mary Lee Tollet lm. tlml Peek, rehtives of the ormred gues. The next meeth will be n Nov. 8. Beta Sigmas Have Program on Texas At the Cheney chapter meet- Shortening 3 lb 59 o, Sigma Phi Oct. 19 t at the home of Mrs. James Johnson, Mrs. I.rry Oeser and Gold Medal Mrs. hen JOhnso pxseed Flour 10 Ibs 98" program on Texas. M. I - - James Wils nd Mrs.  iWfl- Fresh Roasted Peanuts.. 3 Ibs. $1 Red Ripe Slicing Tomatoes .. lb. 19c ler served tim re,re,,me,hiS. The members of the Cheney ctrapter of Beta Sigma Phi lmkl a rush coffee party at 10 a. m. Oct. 23 ,at the home of Mrs. Richa, rd Hagelin. Foutee women were entertained by the Chapter. Mrs. Virginia Picnic Cut S/row ham Mr. Lee's Beauty Selmol in Spokane laresented Pork Roasts lb. 39i. de.on.ration .n modern day u, se of wigs. Mrs. Snow discussed the Pork Steaks. lb. 59 Boned, Plain or Breaded Pork Cutlets lb. 69 FREE CANDLE with each Hal- [owean pumpkins sold. PLENTY OF PARKING OPEN 9 TO 9 Fuhase and care of wigs'. She also demonstrated the yr per wearing of wigs. The rush party emraittee .as chaired by Mrs. Rictard Hagelin with Mrs. Wilfred Gamo, Mrs. J ames Dyke, Mrs. Ron Jolmsn and Mrs. Ted Stahlborn serving on the com- mittee. Officers of DWYC Club Seated Oct. 27 The DWYC ehtb hem a des- sort party on Wednesday, Oct. 27, at he h'ome of Mrs. IImer Tied. Officers install,ed by Mrs. EYmer 1VImh were Mrs. Sid Luvson, president; .Miss ouvme Rue, vice pesident; Mrs. Tiedt, scrary-treasur- or. Discussion was .held on gift to welfare and Thanks- iviag meeting. Liberty hiSh shol Nov. 13 at 7:45 p. m. with East Oheney, Larree Hills, Chen.ey ,Rnehe ad Spangl'e Idoe and Grow 4-H cI!bs pareipamg. There wilt bet pogram with each db givrg two musical num- bers ov sl.ts arid the hiory of each climb will be red. Presentation of achievement pins and rds will be made fr *he year. Ierman Kruiswyek from the cotr'nty extensi(m office will lesen the awards. Re- freslments will follmv. Newcomers Group Set Monday Session The Newcomers group of the ]WSC Faculty Wives-Fac- ulty Woqnen  meet at 8 p. ,m. Monday, Nov. 1, in the Bll Lounge of the Student Umon bufldkrg. A irome ecoomis fom the Wshin, gln Wer Power com- ,pan will present a progm on deooratiars for Christmas, tuck4n gift ideas, and food eparation in advance. Mrs. Bob Heinema is presi- dent of the group. Vice presi- dent and program cl'taiam]an is Mrs. Bill Green and the secre- tary-treasurer s Ms. RObert Jones. KEN CONLEYS HAVE GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Kermeh Con- lay entened severM ffuests dwi. ,g the past week includ- ing M. Leonard Mussar of IAvernmre. CaIi:f., Mx& Rezeau Plotts of Edwall was a Caller on Friday anal Mrs. Luise of Spangle was a Sun- day ,ner guest. Afterwards they went to Medical Lake to visit wih Charles Pahnke and Mrs. Kte Hal. ATTE-00 SE2/TLE MATH CONFERENCE Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moos s*pe the weekend in Seattle here he attended the shool m, ath co,to, once in Olympia hotel, They took their two EW- SC students along o visit wWn families, Marylyn Jackson and Sandra Breyer. On Sattrxd, ay they v#ere entertained with a coffee hour at tim Breyers and had Sunday dirmer at the lmme of Mr. ad Mrs Owen Jackson in Kent beTere re- turning irome. fare projects d specia funds. Ms. Betty I-Mle, Ms. A. B. (ttig, Mr& W Lee arid Mrs. Mary Griffin are' on the comttee of a/laige - meats. All members are aked to contribute cookies, breads pies d cakes. CHURCH NEWS CO ,MMUNITY CHUIOH Cheney Cmmtmity clmreh youth grtmp will ]mid a pizza party t the hureh ,lovxlay evening beffe going tO Spo- kane .for a roler skatirrg par- ty. John Greer of Achalies An- nloymous in Spokane will be gue *speaker a the chrc Srday, Oct. 31, 11 a. m. CHRISTIAN' The Qwisthn chuh youth fship wK1 mee in the church on Stmday evenirrg. .Miss Peggy Smith of the Mar- sI21 clrch  present slides on 'e Irrdians on Vancouver I,sland, B. C. M Smith spent the ,summer tirere and took many of the pivtuves. Devo- tions and a brief business meetirg wll be followed by aween refreslmen.s. The Ohristlan clmreh baa wl 'meet Tuesday evemng in the chttvch, Nov. 2 t 7:30 p. m. or regular business and i reports. The Women's Feller, ship goup will mee on Thursday M.oo at 2 p, m. fr Ires- in'ass and study. METHODIST The Methlist church youth junior and senk)r ,high guvs will have a HallOween party in the eham:,h on Saturday/ eve- ning, Oet. 30, at 7:3'0. The busi- ness '1 include a report an the ,project of raking leavel at iromes in the community. The Metlodist WSCS met at the ,home of Mrs. Clarl Hand- ricks on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 26. Fell,co'rig he service of prayer and seIf-denJal with Miss IAlia Hall in carge. The business meeting was ,Lmld to complete p]:ns for the an- nual rummage sale to be hed in tire Leg,ion irM], next week. Pick up days are Saturday, Oct. 30, and Monday, Nov. 1. Seiing much, suffering much and sttrdying much; ave i the three pil.}ars of learning. son-in4aw and caughtev, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Isaaks and children in Spokane in the prese:ce of the immediate family. The eou,ple are making th{eir home in Spolta, ne, a,lthuogh the groom retains his irovne and position on the aoad a Cheney. Baby Boy Adopted By Stan Hendricks M. and Mrs. Sta_ley Hend- ric anounce e adoption ,of a bby boy, who ws bern o SeIt. 8. He ,has been n,med Mark Stanley and oi a sSs- ter Helen Gayle at the 'home kere. On Sunday, Oct. 24, a fanily dinner was held at Ph- za ,at the irome of Mr. al Mrs. Paph He,mann. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hand- ricks and ctRIdren, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hendvieks of Cha- ncy and Mr. an, d Mrs. Foster Wfe, Spokane. WILL ATTEND FOOD CONVENTION Eva Myle Job n)n, dio of food service at BWSC, will atend the n,al cono- tion of the Amea'icat Dietetic ass'n in Cleveland next week. ROTARY SPEAKER at the Beehive restaurant next Tues- day noon will be Dr. Alan B. Taylor who was medical Mis- sionary for' the United Church of Christ in Durban, South Af- rica, for43 years. A separate story in this issue gives more information on hs appearance here. Specials BIG AUCTION 'Ye Olde Auction Barn' SATURDAY, 7 P. M. Appliances, TVs, coffee tables and kitchen sets, couches, chairs, chests, repossessed furniture, mis- cellaneous. All Must Go! Bargain Prices  Public Welcome. Door Prizes. West Chancy Limits Phone 235-4516 several weeks with her er, S. Matthews. 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