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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 30, 19641BON VOYAGE DINNER PARTY FETES COLBERTS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gifting and Dean of Spokane entertain- ed with a ben voyage dinner Sunday for Mrs. William Col- bert and son, Steve, who left Tuesday m, orning to make their h.mne in Ethiopia. Their itinerary included stops at Kansas City where they visited friends and receiv- ed overseas clearance at the Transworld Airlines office. They also visited friends in New York before flying to Ma- drid, where they were met by 5.r. Col,bert. They will visit friends sev- eral days in Spain then go to Addis Ababa where Colbert will be director of power and plant overhaul of jet and pis- ton engines for Etopian Air- lines. Other guests at the dinner party were the Colberts' older son, John, who remained in Spokane to attend Spokane Community  college; .Mrs. Col- bert's grandmother, Mrs. Buelah Lee, and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Holladay. BRIDE-ELECT OF JAMES BAIR BROWNIE TROOP BEING ORGANIZED FOR CHENEY GIRLS Do yen have a daughter you feel would enjoy .all the f.tm and excitement Scouting has to after? For the fLrst time here in Cheaey, an effort is being made to organize a Brownie Scouting troop. Girl Scouting offers a carefully balancea pvo- groom which grows as your @aughter grows from seven through seventeen. Ba-ownie Girl Scouting, taAlred to sec- ond and third grad gir, is the first step in Girl Scouting. When yore" d,ughter be- comes a Brow,nie, she makes a promise to do her best. Te ac- tivities in her troop will. give her a v.ew sense of sf-esteem, self reliance, and a vride in belonging. Wen she comes from meetings, she will want to try out her new-found skills. Confidence in ,herself is a ecessary prelude to accep- promise t) do her best. The ac- tivities are un and there is mtch to learn in Bownies. There is the ftm of making new friends. H you would like to know more about Girl Scouting and what it car, offer your daugh- ter, get in touch with Pat Kal- lem at 2%-4504. A good re- sponse is necessary Co insure a successful Brownie troop here i,r Cheney. Please call if you re interested. PATRICIA TOWNE AND L. DOTEN MARRI ED OCT. 12 Miss Patricia Towne, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Towne, of Metaline Fal.ls, be- came the bride ,of Lawrence L. 1)oten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Doten Monday, Oct: 12, in a marri_age cere- mony at Coeur d'Alene. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ihathbun of Cheney. The bride gradtmted from Metaline Falls high school ,and has been attend,g Eastern Washington State College. Doten, who attended Ghoney high school, was graduated from Sha.dle Park high school arm served two years in the Navy. They will make the@ home in Spokane. CLI FF FERGUSONS TO RESIDE HERE Mr. and Mrs.  Fergu- son (Sue Bean)arived here last week from Fert Bliss, Texas, to nake their ,home at 606 West Third ollowing his dis6harge from the ,my.. Ea route home they stoppea at Salt Lake City where Fer- gtmons sister, Mrs. Dea Car- lyle (Faye Ferguso) and chil- dren nd brother, Larry Fer- guso, joined them in naking the trip to Cheney to visit their parents, Mr..and M. C. C. Ferguson,. Mr. and M..M.arvia Fer- gtson and cldren of Veradale joined the amily aa reunion Monday evening. Mrs. Carlyle and children and Lar Ferguson returned to their home at Salt Lake Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Oker- strom entertained as guests the first part of the week his brother and wife from Olym- pia, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Okerstrom. The guests trove been tourirtg the Eastern and of for the Christopher Jones And James Bair Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Jnes of Tecam.a .azmounce the en- gagement of their daughter, Christopher Megan Jones, to James Bruce Bair, son of Mrs. Everett Bair and the late Mr. Rair. The bride-elect, granddaugh- ter of Mrs. Melvin G. Jones awd the ]ate Mr. Joees of Ta- coma, is a senior at W'g- ton State Jniversity. Bair,  attended Ceney elementai and high school, was .ga, aat:l from WSU in June an is teaxhing ann coachg MavysviUe, Wash., Junr hh school. He is afil- iated wit|. Si,gma Phi Epilon fraternity. BETHEL HONORS DECEASED PAIR WITH MEMORIAL Job's Daughters Bethel met in the Masonic H,all Tuesday evening. Fathers and Masons were ,honored guests. Geoie Fossum and Harold Pendell were presented and welcomed. An ivtion to the Hillyard Bethel fo .a joint sess,io,n on Nov. 11 was accepted. Nov. 8 will he church day, with the members attending the United Church of Cist in a group. A memorial service was held for @rover Chambers, who served the Behhol all the years of its organization in Cheney, and or Mrs. Mary Newton, one of the first council mem- bers, ad for two bethel mem- bers in Spokane. The father-daughter banquet was ,served at 6:30 in the din- ing room with 40 present. Election of officers will be held at the next meeting. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Morday -- Weiners, whipped potatoes, creamed corn, rolled wheat muffins, rozy apple- sauce. Tuesday  Baked beans. tossed salad, dinner rolls, fruit cup. Wednesday -- Corn dgs wish catsup, green beans, car- rot, .cabbage and ,pple salad, w-lmle wheat muffins, sweet cherries. Thursday -- B ham- burger in gravy, mashed pota- toes, oray.ge and apple wed- :es, suaprse rolls. Friday- Tuna-noodle cos: serole, buttered peas, to,sea salad, biseagts with jelly, apple roly paly. Gamma Theta Meets At Dyke Home For October 6 Meeting Gamma Theta chopter of Beta Sigma Phi held its Oct. 6 meeting at lhe home of Mrs. Jim Dyke._ Assisting desser hostesses were Mrs. Glenn Kirchner and Mrs. A10gdom The program, "North and South Viet-N:am, Past and Present," was presented by Mrs. Jim Johnson and ,Mrs. Donald Helm. An Internatioal Party was held at the home of Mrs. Ray Giles Oct. 13, with *hormred guests, Mrs. Robert Pugmire, Mrs. Maynard Nelson, Mrs. Wil- fred Gamon, Mrs. Roy er, arid Mrs. Thorne Tibbitts at- tending. Desserts made fam- ous by severa cou, ntries were served by assisting hostesses Mrs. Norm Thempsn, Mrs. Bob An'erson, Mrs. Merritt Johnson and Mrs. Larry Oeser. Members and guests were at- tired in costumes of their" fav- orite countries. Farouk el Hit- ami from gypt eertained with music from his country played on his guitar. Mrs. Thompson was ,hostess at the Oct. 20th chapter meet- in!g, with Mrs. loger Harder and Mrs. Ted Staborn assist- ing. A model meeting was pre- sented for special guests, Mrs. Robert Pugmire, Mrs. Maynard Nelson, Mrs. Roy Miller, Mrs. Thorne Tbbits .and Mrs. David Weekes. The program, "Russia," was presented by Mrs. Ray Krebs- bach and Mrs. Tom Scott. Due to the coming rmtional and ,state elections Tuesday, the next meeting has heen re- scheduled for Nov. 10 at the hone of Mrs. Merritt Johnson. TILICUM NEWS Fine Xrts department will meet Monday everAng a.t the home of Mrs. F. L. Ratcliffe Jr., wiVh Mrs. Warren Wester- man assisting hostess. A pro- gram on flower arranging will be in charge of Mrs. Kamlin. Mrs. L. E. Zimmerman will conduct the business meeting. International education de- partment will meet at the home of Mrs. Ernest Harr on Thursday afternoon. A book review will be prese.rted by Mrs. Obed Willia.mson. Plans will he made to be hostess for the general membership meet- ing on Nov. 19 in the City Hall, w,hen the state federation pres- ident will be the honored guest and speaker. Other state and district oficers will accom- pany ,her. Ms. Mflo Ball, chair- man, will conduct the business meeting. Mrs. Edna A}bertso, Port- land, spent a few days ,here with Mr. nd Mrs. Jim Black- shew and visited her mother, Mrs. Cassie Brier, at the nursing home. Boys Town Choir To Present Concert In Spokane The Boy Town Choir, un- der the sporsors,hip of the Morning Star Boys' Ranch of Spokane, will again present their varied repertoire concert in Spokane at the Coliseum Fri- day evening, Nov. 6. The choir, an aggregation of citizens of the famed home for boys founded by Father Flana- gan 47 years ago, have per- formed over 600 concerts and their last appearance in Spo- kane was in 1954. Their program of more than three dozen musical selections ranges from a 16th century Monteverdi Mass to a rollick- ing version of "The Arkansas Traveler." Proceeds from the choir's Spokane concert will be used to continue the rehabilitation program at the Morning Star Ranch. LODGE NEWS Mart, ha chapter OES met Monday to observe Friendship [Night. Guests came from Wil, bur, ! Spokane, Spangle and Idaho. Plans were made for the grand matron's official visit o,n, Nov. 9, with he Spangle chapter co- hosts for the occasion. Rebek'ah lodge wifi meet Wednesday in the IOOF hall for the initiatkm of two can- didates. CHURCH NEWS UNITED World Commtmity Iay will be observed Nov. 6 in the Unit- ed Clmrch of Christ clmrch at 2 p. m. The theme is "What You Can Do For Others." In- terested persons are invRed to attend. CHRISTIAN Chen.ey Christian church board will meet at 7:30 p. m. in the church Tuesday. The Women's Fellowship will meet on Thursday Mter- noon at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Jim B1'ackshaw. A pro- gram on migmn will he pre- sented by Mrs. Donald Ross Mrs. F. Schadegg and Mrs. Blackshaw. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conley ttended open house ceremon- ies of the new Park Junior high school in the West Valley district Sunday afternoon. ,Their nephew, Steve Johnson played clarinet in the band concert for the occasion. Mrs. H. N. Stronach and Mrs. Jean Gardner entertained as house guests Mrs. Del Walk- er of California and Mrs. Jack tlornback of New York, daugh- ters of the late Mrs. Mary New- ton, a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and sons from Spokane Valley were Saturday luncheon guests of their uncle and aurt, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coniey. They attended the EWSC homecom- ing game and festivities. Mrs. Howard Pitts and chil- dren were called to San Diego, Calif., last week by the illness of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Blackshaw and Mrs. Harry Holmes attend- ed the Whitworth reformation services Sm.day in Cowles Memorial Hall. Laddie Hair, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hair, is home on a 30 day leave from the Navy. He as ben stationed in the Philip- pines for the past year and a half. He will return to San Diego Dec. 1. Mrs. Olive Swegle entertain- ,d with a birthday dinner par- y Sunday evening in honor of her son, Dean. Others present were Mrs. Dean Swegle and their four c.hildren and the Del McConnell family. Mr. and Mrs. Pa Herron of Pomeroy, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. Bonme Berthle- son, Spokane, ,and Mr. 'and Mrs. J. Harris were in Cheney Tues. day afternoon for the funeral services of Grover Chambers. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Berg- loft and family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bergloff of Spo- kane were Monday evening din- ner guests o their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bergloff. Jerry Bergloff, ,a Spokane teacher, was director of the science exhibits, spon,sored by Science Teachers association, in cowcenion at EWSC over the weekend. Members of the Cheney Re- bekah lodge went to Lind Sat- urday to attend a district con- vention. Mrs. Etta Presnell, Mrs, Olive Orange and Mrs. Marie Conley made the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ro,os are leaving this weekend for a few weeks n the coast with their son, Dr. and Mrs. R. , RODS, at Lynwood. llewArrivals--I"E"* 00x,,os,o. By 1970 there will be 118,000 more students in Washington schools than there is presently room for. That is equivalent to the populations of Everett Yakima and BeEingham com- bined. Dr. and Mrs. William J. Riggs are parents of a boy, born Wednesday morning at Deaconess Hospital. The infant weighed six pounds, 15 ounces at birh. He is the first child for the Riggs. Dr. Riggs is su- perintendent of the Cheney School District. BUTLER FAMILY MOVES HERE S. M. S. and Mrs. Paul But- ler ,and their three children, Gall, a senior; Nadine, a sop.h- omore, and David, a second grader at Betz, have moved to 306 Cocolalla Street from Fair- child. The Butlers recently purchased North Silver Lake Boat house, the only portion of the lake that is still open for fishing in this area. MILL--S -HAW SON Dr. and Mrs. Vergil V. Mil- ler are parents of a son born .at 3:52 p. m. Oct. 27 at the Dea- coness hospital. The baby, who weighted six pounds and eight ounces, has been framed David. He has one sister, Karen Sue w,ho is a third grader at the Campus school. Mrs. Miller (Ramona) and son are expect- ed home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ball spent the weekend in Opportunity as guests of their daughter, Mrs. tIarry King. The Ki. gs,. gd- uaCes of EWSC, slaenz azuraay Cheney at the game and ,hemecoming activities. For the warmest feeling AL 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 t-eday for prompt service and the carefree comfort of an uninterrupted supply, For any Standard OII product, call I st & Kallis 5-6378 MICHAEL MAIER RECE]VES AWARD IN ROTC DEP'T A Cheney senior at Eastern Washington State College has been designated distinguished military student in the EWSC Reserve Officers Training Corps detachment by Lt. Col. Edgar R. Fenstemaeher, com- manding officer. He is Michael E. Maier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Maier, 720 Clover Ct. A 1961 graduate of Chermy High School, Maier is majoring in psychology at EWSC. He is a cadet captain in the ROTC. Selection of distinguished military student is confined to seniors and is based on the ca- det's .overall academic stand- ing, his relative standing with- ing the ROTC program and his performance at a six week summer camp. The designa- tion atso permits the cadet to apply for a regular Army com- mission upon graduation. Cheney High School Called Outstanding In Driver Education Cheney High School has been selected as one o,f he out- standi,n,g school districts in driver education in Washing- ton. Eldon Engle, driving instruc- tor, received notice of the se- lection from Clifford Boyce, Olympia, su,pervisor of driver and safety education for lhe stace. Clifford Boyce, Olympia, .rep- resenting the department of education, visited the shoo] earlier this month to discu,ss clscoom techniques for driv- er education. SCHOOLS COST LESS . Public schools cost less w build than any other phase oz construction. Speed Is No Control , Alcohol lessens se,lf.contror Speed control is othing nore than self control. Bargains At Rummage Sale, Nov. 3 to 7 American Legion Bldg. Whirlpool Automatic Washer Radios Many Chairs, All kinds Wardrobe Appliances Surfs, Coats, Shoes Pressure Cooker Oil Heater W. S. C. S, Methodist ChUrCh Coin Dry Cleaning at Maytag Lau CLEAN FLUID ASSURED WITH NEW TYPE F DRAPERY FOLDER ATTENDANT FOR CHANGE OR HELP 1 BLOCK WEST OF POST OFFICE CORNER 2ND & H STS. Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. frcn00 forest to customer on Union Pacific BEE UNION PACIFIC li m RAILROAP Now ktln-drled lumber from the Northwest Is pack- Union Pacific gives your shipments.., large and sg age wrapped to provide lumber mills and their ... constant care and attention. Electronic commUn''l customers with easy loading, economical handling t ons, automatic traffic controls, data processing  and fewer storage problems. Another widely used skilled personnel combine to provide efficient t! method of transporting lumber to market is in box portation service throughout the West,., the autorna.,,. rrs, that offer quick mechanized loading features, rail way. Call a U.P. freight expert to help you, tI*