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7 Friday, October 30, 1953 q Cheney Free Press !rlLICUM CLUB IS SPONSORING 2RUSADE DRIVE The Tilicum club board of di- 1 ectors met Monday at the home; f the president, Mrs. John Gruber, I 'ith a good attendance. Routine i imsiness was transacted and four aew members approved. L I Mrs. F. J. Schadegg, chairman of ,he United Crusade campaign which the Tilicum club is sponsor- ing, outlined plans for the drive. I Whe essay contest sponsored by tate clubs on "VVhat America iKeans to Me" for school students izas discussed, and. referred to the Pilicum Education committee, Mrs. ichadegg and Mrs. L. E. Zimmer- man, who will attend the school assemblies and review the rules for ithe contest. ! Afternoon tea and social time Engagement Told !were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo R. Thompson ] ...... Fmentlof Chcney announce the engage- The Araerlcan Home aepa t t ........ l-ml meet with Mrs Sam Braaton] ment of tnelr aaugnter, lame, to w= . ' _ t Vitliam L. Nave of Four Lakes. Tuesday evening November 3 Dr ! , "]The bride-to-be is a graduate of iL- E. Patmore will be guest speak-lCheney high school and has been ! er. Assisting hostess will be Mrs. employed in the office of the Che- -'harles Shepard nay Telephone company. The bride- ! The Education department will groom-elect is the son of Mr. and 'Imeet Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. L Mrs. Everett F. Nave. He is a grad- iClark Frasier's. Mrs. B." R. Lean uate of Chancy high school and is iwill present the program. The Evening Literary depart- I ment will meet Tuesday evening, 'flovember 3 at the home of Mrs. iE. L. Moore: Mrs. D. B. Moore will review Helfer's "The Forgotten Genius." i The Fine Arts department will :meet Monday evening, November !2, with Mrs. Arthur Beaudreau. ,r. Beaudreau will speak on "Wood : Yqnishing." The Handicraft department met Tuesday, October 27, in the junior high school, with Mrs. Lloyd Stor- lie as hostess. The project of fash- ioning jewelry from kits of stones was begun, with Miss Ruth Schaf- fer as instructor. A short film on leather carving was shown by Karl Morrison of the EWCE art department. Refreshments were served. MRS. SMELTZER GUEST OF REBEKAH LODGE The Rebekah lodge had as guests Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smeltzer of Waterville. Mrs. Eraeltzer is a junior past presi- dent of Rebekahs. The' business meeting included plans for initia- tion at the next meeting. L I!1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 PilX Theater Hazel and Ernie Iandry Admiion: Adults 70c; Children 25c SHOWS START 7:15 P.M. THUR., FRI., SAT., OCT. 29-80-31 Richard Todd and Glynis John in THE SWORD AN D TH E ROSE TECHNICOLOR Featurette---WATER BIRDS --PLUS-- Color Cartoon, Short Subjects serving with the navy in Japan. The wedding date has not been set. JOB'S DAUGHTERS ENTERTA! N DADS The Cheney bethel of Job's Daughters entertained their fa- thers with a banquet Tuesday eve- ning preceding the regular business meeting in the Masonic Temple. For the annual father-daughter night the girls presented a pro- gram of violin solos by Joan Har- ter, accompanied by Robert Barnes of the EWC faculty, and vocal solos by Carol Barnes, a high school student. The honored queen, Carolyn Dickinson, as" mistress of cere- monies, presented George Fossum bethel associate guardian. She also )resented Carl Rudolf, grand as- sociate guardian of the state, and James Lane, past grand associate .guardian. The guardian council, who had ably assisted with the banquet preparations, were introduced and applauded for the fine menu en- joyed by more than 50 persons. At the bsiness meeting plans were made for the initiation of a class of candidates. TO CELEBRATE 62nd WEDDING ANN IVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McConnell of Cheney will celebrate their 62nd wedding anniversary at their home Sunday, November 1. They were married in Nebraska at the home of lVfrs. McConnell's brother. Of the eight children born to them five are living. They are Law /,[cConnell, Wood, S.D.; John Mc- Connell, Cheney; Mrs. Anna Moran, White River, S.D.; and Delmar McConnell and Tim C. McConnell, both of Bremerton, Wash. They have 43 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren. Camp Fire Council Holds Fall Meeting The Camp Fire Girls council held its fall meeting Thursday eve- ning in the junior high school, with the president, Merritt Johnson, pre- siding. Group activities were dis-. :cussed and funds distributed to the various groups. Benefits derived by the Camp Fire organization from the United Crusade campaign were explained. SUNDAY, MONDAY, NOV. 1, 2 An Academy Award Winner With Jose Ferrer and Zsa Zsa Gabor MOULIN ROUGE TECHNICOIA:)R --PLUS FEATURETrE-- ALASKAN ESKIMO IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIII An Alligator makes sense . . . It's the "coat you'll live in" rain, sun, cold from 15.75 to 48.75 So good looking So practical A grat value Many Cheneyites At Philharmonic Concert, Spokane The Spokane Philharmonic or- chestra opened its ninth season Monday evening, with Jorge Bolet, pianist, as guest artist, in an out- standing concert largely attended. More than a dozen of the or- chestra members are Cheney mu- sicians, and a large number of Chancy members who hold season tickets attended. Among those going from Cheney were Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ratcliffe, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Rowles, Miss Gwen Harper, Dr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Mosher, Mr. and Mrs. Don Steen, Dr. Graham Dressier and daughter Martha, Jerome Stickney, Mr. and Mrs. George Wallace, Mrs. E. L. Dales, Mrs. Ann Irving, Mrs. R. D. Newton, Miss Mildred French. Major and Mrs. Allen Mauderly, Dr. and Mrs. Dana Harter and Joan, Miss Janet Spencer, Mrs. Harold Stevens, H. Porter, Miss Jean Taylor, Mrs. D. G. Jerue, Mrs. W. C. Holland, Mrs. Was Hunner Miss Evelyn Goodsell, Ralph Pet- erson, Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Dayton, Mrs. Art Biehl and Miss Frances Hyde. The guest artist, Jorge Bolet, ap- peared in concert at Showalter hall of EWCE this Tuesday evening, and was heard for the second time by many of these patrons of the Philharmonic. Green Thumbs Club HAVE SEATTLE GUESTS Sunday school 10 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jones had Eveldng service 7:30 p.m. as house guests several days last Cottage prayer meeting Wedn week Mrs. Jones' brother and wife, day 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Fox from Se- attle, and over the weekend they had Mr. and Mrs. McCreary of Portland as guests. Mrs. McCreary is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fox. For Sunday dinner all were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Elvie McCoy and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Morgan of Spokane. Last Monday the Joneses had as evening guests for dessert, to honor Mr. and Mrs. Fox, a number of Four Lakes friends: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Spear, Mr. and Mrs. CHENEY CHRISTIAN CHURCH,class at 9:45. Worship service with Fifth and "D" Streets [Holy Communion at 11:00 o'clock. Ellis B. Harris, Pastor I The topic of the pastor's Reforma- The pastor's sermon topic next i tion sermon will be, "The Founda- Sunday will be "The Meaning of tion of the Reformation." the Christian Life." This is a rues- Church council meeting immed- sage for new Christians, but should lately after the morning worshilJ be heard by those who,have served service. L. S. A. meeting at 5:30. long in the church as well. All-Lutheran Reformation Rally A picture will feature the eve- service Sunday evening at 8:00 ning service. The title "An Idea o'clock, at Grace Lutheran church Takes Wings" relates to labor lPacific and Magnolia, in Spokane. problems The application of the Adult class in Chris- membership Golden Rule would go far in solv- tianity Monday evening at 8:00 Bert Spear, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp, Mrs. Anna Maau, Miss L. Kress arid Mrs. W. Crooks Sr., all former neighbor of Mr. and Mrs. Fox. CARD PARTY. tS WELL ATTEq DED The Catholic card party Saturday evening sponsored by the Altar so- ciety was well attended. Score prizes in bridge went to Mrs. W. YV. Sooy, Mrs. Harve Jordan, Dan DanIs and W. Sooy. Pinochle prizes went to Mrs. Frank Hay, Mrs. Allen Yates, Joe Stanck and John Labish. The door prizes were won by Mrs. Hay and ing labor-employer differences. I o'clock at the the parsonage. Jun- Sunday school 10:00 a.m. Morn- I ior League meeting Wednesday ing worship 11:00 a.m. Christian Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. Eve- ning service 7:30 p.m. Coffee hour 8:30 p.m. A hearty welcome to all. FEDERATED CHURCH Immediately after the morning service, the members will vote on the recommendation of the Pulpit Supply Committee, concerning a pastor for the church. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE In the evening service on Sun- evening at 7:00 o'clock. Choir prac- tice Wednesday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Harvest Festival, Novem- ber 15th. ST. ROSE OF LIMA PARISH Cheney First, third and fifth Sundays, Mass at 9:00. Second and fourth Sundays, at 11:00. Rev. Jos. Leclerc, Pastor SMORGASBORD Louie Reitz. A buffet lunch con- day, a recorded message from two eluded the evening, native Japanese pastors will be .................. given NEW YORK VISITOR i Sunday school, 10 a.m. Morning Mrs. E. C. Everson had her worship, 11 a.m. Evening service, daughter, Mrs. Grover Graham, of 8 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, Colville, as overnight guest Thurs-'8 p.m. day. Mrs. Graham arrived at Gei- Pastor. A. P. Rainey Friday, October 30 5 p.m. to 20 p.m. ALL YC)H CAN EAT for $1.00 adult plate .75 children's plates Rev. M.E. oser. Fred Reuter and his sister, rillie Sengpiel of Milwaukee are visiting Mr. Reuter's at Chelan and Bellingham. LEO H. EREDRICKSON 217 Paulsen Bldg., Spoksn.._.. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION -No. 129075 In the Superior Court of the State Washington, in and for tile CountY Spokane. G. STANLEY GLASFORD. vs. MARJORIE RUTII GLASFORD, fendant and The State of Washington tc Glasford, plaintiff and You are hereby summoned to in sixty days after the date of publication of this summons. in sixty days after the 30th day :october, 1953, and defend the titled action in the above ;and ansv,'er the fendant, and serve a copy of swer Ill)On the undersigned tile defendant and his office below stated; and in your failure so to do, judgment rendered aainst you according demamt of the eross-comphlint, been filed with the Clerk of That the cause of action Cross-complaint is a divorce action reason and upon the rounds of fail the part of the plaintiff and ant to make suitable provision defendant and their family ion of the parties for more ;cat's. r Leo tt Fredrieknon, Attorney fo fondant and Cross_Complainant' Office and 1)ostoffice address: 217 ])aulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. 19$. Date of the first publication, Oct. 30, (Oct. 30-Dec. 4 CHARLES P. 828 Old Nat'! Bank Bldg., NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF No. 46992 T ..... ger Field by plane from New York O Meet on Nov. City, where she spent a month ! I visiting her daughter and family.! The Cheney Green Thumbs Gar-IM r and Mrs E B Filian and den club executive committee met oth'er relatives " " ' i Tuesday at the home of Mrs. W. ' W. Bergloff, for discussion of the 1954 year book. The cover designs sdbmitted by Mrs. Howard Brown, chairman, were approved. The regular meeting of the club for November 5 was planned with a weed painting workshop, in which any interested person may take part by'paying 25 cents for material. Transportation is avail- able that evening from the Mirror Beauty shop. New officers are: President, Mrs. W. W. Bergloff; vice president, Mamie Ottomeier; secretary, Mrs. Elmer Marsh and treasurer, Mrs. Clyde Bowlsby. Calvin Hendersons Are Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Henderson (Jeanine Shepard) of Toledo, Ohio, have spent two weeks vacationing with Mrs. Henderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shepard of Fish lake, and with Mr. Henderson's parents. Mr. and :Mrs. John Hen- derson of Spokane. They have been the inspiration for much entertaining. A family dinner included the children of the Shepards, :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepard and sons, and Dick Shep- ard. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henderson of Spokane gave a fam- ily dinner. Others entertaining them were Mr. and Mrs. William Begeman of Peone Prairie, and Mr. and .Mrs. Jim McConnell at dinner in Coeur d'Alene. They were also dinner guests of Mrs. Martha Green, a grandmother, in Spokane Valley, and of Mr. and Mrs. Art Bean, Che- nay. More Than 250 At Smorgasbord More than 250 persons attended the smorgasbord sponsored by the Laura Circle of the Federated church Friday evening. The affair was held in the newly decorated dining rooms of the Con- gregatnal church. In charge was the president, Mrs. Jean Stevens :frs. Graham Dressier and Mrs. Wesley Spencer, and their commit- tees. "Lots of good food and quick service," was the universal- com- ment. The smorgasbord is an annual af- fair and the proceeds go to church projects. GREEN THUMBS CLUB MEETS NOVEMBER 5 The Green Thumbs club will hold a regular meeting Thursday eve- ning, November 5, at the home of Mrs. Harry Peuck. The program is planned around the painting of nature lore for winter bouquets. Miss Mamie Ottomeier, president, will preside. Miss Ottomeier was recently ap- pointed to the standing commit- tees of the Inland Empire district of Federated Gardens clubs by the district president, Mrs. E. L. Pow- ers. WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN CHURCH TO SPONSOR DINNER The Women's Fellowship group of the Christian church will spon- sor the annual chicken dinner Fri- day evening, November 6, in the church dining room. The menu will include also a fish dish. The public is cordially invited. REBEKAHS TO HOLD BAKE SALE OCT. 31 The Rebekah lodge will hold a- LUTH ERArd CHURCH Elm and Huron Edward Wagner, Pastor Sunday school and adult Bible ROLLI ES CAFE Open 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. Buy by this -and sure! 6 ways 00tter @ Thoroughly Inspected Reconditioned for Safety Reconditioned for Performance Reconditioned for Value Honestly Described ii i AUTHORIZED  DEALER Brown & Holter Motor Co. CHENEY LOOK AT THESE USED CAR BARGAINS '52 CHEVROLET BEL-AI R 1951 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN Radio, heater, anti-freeze, Equipped with heater, adio, Power-Glide. Loaded with ac- and anti-freeze. cessories. $1795 $1295 1949 FORD V-8 '53 CHEVROLET '48 PLYMOUTH Station Wagon 2-DOOR 4-DOOR SEDAN Heater and anti-freeze. Blue Heater and E-Z-Eye Glass. Heater and Anti-freeze. Book price is $865. Our price oo,, s795 $1895 s695 Used Trucks at Sensational Savings 1952 CHEVROLET TRUCK 2-Speed Axle, Brand New 8:25x20 rears. "Htr., anti-frz. Save $1000 on this at $1995 1952 CHEVROLET PICKUP Less than 10,000 Mies. Has good heater and is equipped with anti-freeee. $1295 1948 CHEV 1-Ton DUAL TRUCK. With heater, and anti-freeze. This is one with corner windows. =995 bake sale Saturday, October 31, at the Cheney Department store, with ; Noble Grand Lois :Moos and her Olson's Men's Wear ",'ocmmittees in charge" The sale willat 10 a.m. BLUE BIRDS MEET CHENEY, WASH. The Violet Blue Birds met at the home of Mrs. A. B. Cttlng October 21. They performed tumbling stunts and enjoyed In the Superior Court of th, Washington, in and for the Spokane. In the matter of the estate of WISEMAN, Deceased. State oi Washing-Con, County kane---ss. Notice is hereby given that Windsor, the administrator of estate, has rendered settlement to, and Court of Spokane County, State l ington his final account as su I istrator and a petition for the |of said estafe, in which the i asked to settle said estate, property Jo.the heirs or persons to the Same, and discharge George L. Windsor, and that 30th day' of November, 195 hour of 10 o'clock a.m., at the of ot]r said Superior Court, of Spokane in said Spokane been duly fixed for the tlement of said final account for distribution, at which time any person interested in said appear and file his exceptions 411 thereto and contest the same. Dated this 27th day of Geo. E. Fallquist, County Clerk of the Superior Court. By Carl Hofer, Deputy. (Oct. 30-Nov. 13) ___../ PAUL J. BRAUNE 407 Sherwood Bldg., NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF No. 53588 Superior Court, State of Conty of Spokane. In the matter of the estate of MARGARET HOLM, Deceased. State of Washington, County of kane--ss. Notice is hereby given that ble, the Administratrix of estate, h a s rendered and settlement to, and filed court of Spokane County, Statel ington, her final account istratrix and a petition for the in which the said estatestate settle said ' distribute to the heirs or and discharge the said and that Tuesday, the 1st da, of 1953, at the hour of 10:00 the Court room of our said Court, in the City of Spokane, Spokane County, has been duly the hearing and settlement account and petition for which time and place in said estate may appear eeptions in writing thereto the sarhe. Dated this 28th day of Gee. E. Fallquist, County Clerk of the Superior 00oct. 000-Nov. GEO. W. YOUNG 501-02 Paulsen Bldg., NOTICE TO CREDITORS :No. 54966 Superior Court, State of County of Spokane. In the matter of the estate of O. BENARD. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that signed has been appointed the above estate in this ualified accordingly, and that having claims against said required to serve claims, with necessary vouehers, signed or upon Jack R. Dean, of record at his office at Building, Spokane, Washington, such claim with in the office of the Court at the City of within six months after the cation of this notice, or they ever barred. Date of the first notice is 30th day of Eugene L. Benard, executor above estate. Jack R. Dean, Attorney raSla, 501-02 Paulsen Bldg.. Spokane, (Oct. 30-Nov. 13) E. J. BARKER 410 Hyde Bldg., NOTICE TO CREDITO] No. 54911 Superior Court, State of County of Spokane. In the mafter of the etate of IRE M VOGEL, Deceasl. Notice is hereby given that signed has been appointed l the above estate in this qualified accordingly, and sons having claims against are required to serve claims, with necessary vmrchers, upon signed at 715 ,V. Sprsgue Washington or upon E. J. torney of record at his 410 Hyde Building, Spok; ington and file such proof of such service in the clerk of the above court Spokane, Washington, within after the first publication of or they will be Date of the first. notice is 30th day of October, Wwshington Trust Bank, the above estate. E. J. Barker. Attorney 410 Hyde Bldg., Spokane, {Oct. 30-Nov. 13) JOHN L. DAVIS Hutton Bldg., Spokane, NOTICE TO No. 54972 Superior Court, State of Spokane County. In the matter of the estate EDWARD CUMMINS. Notice is hereby given signed has been the above estate in has qualified accordingly, persons having claims ceased are required to serve verified, with necessary the undersigned at 1224 Spokane, Washington or Davis, the atty. of record [Hutton Building, Spokane, [ file such claim with proof, & Holter Motors I the office of the Cierk of Brown '" I within six months ter the [ lon of this notice, or they | barred. | Date of th first ' notice is 30th day of  Lillian A. (Xtmmins, above estate. Phone M. 151 Chevrolet Dealer Cheney, Wash. John L. Davis, Attorney Hutton ., Spokane, (Oct, 30-Nov. 15)