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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Thursday, November 4. 1982 Bazaar items Cheney's United Church of Christ will hold its annual fall bazaar Nov. 13 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Above from front left, showing some of the crafts that will be for sale, are Aimee Oswald and Matthew Wright. In back, also from left, mothers Susan Oswald and Jennifer Wright hold more crafts. UCC schedules bazaar The annual fall bazaar at the United Church of Christ will be held Nov. 13 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the church at 423 N. Sixth Street. Gifts for Christmas and year around giving will be for sale along with coffee and douehnuts, lunch, games for child- ren and home-baked foods. Featured this year will be corn husk wreaths and candleholders, calico aprons, dried flower arrangements, sock dolls, quilted potholders, hand knitted sweat- ers and blankets, and Christmas tree ornaments. The luncheon menu will include homemade soups and breads, a salad bar and freshly baked pies. In the section called "The Country Store", buyers will find bread, rolls and garden produce, along with home canned, pre- served and dried fruits and vegetables and jams, jellies, pot pies and candies. An international bzaar will feature handmade items from around the world. Proceeds from these handi- crafts, Obtained through an ecumenical church related marketing program, will benefit the native craftspersons who made them. Children will be able to fish for trinkets from the fish pond or try their luck at winning a cake in an old fashioned cake walk. Proceeds from the bazaar will benefit church and community programs in Cheney. Board of Trustees...... (Cont. from page 2) Frederickson responded by saying it was his impression that "if we don't work out shared governance, the board's request for action on grievance and appeals is being turned down." Following the discussion of the Faculty Senate activities, Frederick- son reported he and various sports personnel had met with six directors of the Big Sky Conference in an effort to determine EWU's future in the confer- ence. The president also said the directors will be meeting sometime after Thanks- giving to discuss a wide range of issues and that EWU has asked "them to consider their attitude" toward the possibility of EWU entering the con- ference. "We do not expect to pursue the issue indefinately without some concrete prospects," Frederickson said, adding that he expected some formal decision from the conference leaders between Thanksgiving and Christmas. In other matters, the president said "I'm concerned about how we're going to get through the year. Things are as tight as they can possibly be." Re- fte[ing to the down-to the bones opera- budget of the university, the presi- Quilters to meet Cheney Country Quilters has organ- iz for the purpose of working on their own projects and sharing ideas and techniques. On the first Monday of each month, members will work on a group project, the first of which will be a wall hanging with a group logo designed by Patti Nichols. Meetings will be held on Monday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. and on Thursday afternoons from 1 to 3 p.m. Meetings will be held in the homes of members. Persons interested in joining may contact a member: Phyllis Mitzel, Carol Rhoades, Patti Nichols, Debbie Arnold, Yoko Hoekendorf, Faye Mas- sey, Jean Martin, Pam Soltero and Sally Jarvis. dent said students and faculty have expressed their concerns in the presi- dent's open door meetings held weekly in his office. In other board news, ASEWU Presi- dent Dave Rudy reported that four of the state's six universities have de- veloped fees for supporting the creation of a Washington state student lobby in Olympia. At Your Ubrary New books at your library in- clude: PACIFIC NORTHWEST, A GUIDE TO TIlE INNS OF ORE- GON, WASIIINGTON AND BRIT- ISIt COLUMBIA by Fred Busk: a guide to 31 lovely country inns of our area (unfortunately, most are on the west-coast side). TIlE ROLLING STONES: THE FIRST TWENTY YEARS by David Dalton: photos and text of an enduring rock band. Tile llOUSEHOLD HAND- BOOK, an extremely handy book which gives oodles of information in an easy-to-find order. Subjects are: housecleaning, cooking, nutri- tion, first aid, emergencies, home repair, house plants and many more. CRIME OF TIlE CENTURY: TIlE KENNEDY ASSASSINA- TION FROM A IilSTORIAN'S PERSPECTIVE by Michael Kurtz; a professional historian, the author presents a book on the events of Nov. 22, 1963 and gives his studied views of the events of the assassination. ItOW TO BUY MONEY: IN- VESTING WISELY FOR MAXI- MUM RETURN by Wayne Nel- son: a common-sense approach to money-management for the suc- cessful, fully occupied person who knows he can do better than to leave his money in banks at low interest rates. OUR COUNTRY'S PRESI- DENTS by Frank Freidel: an up- to-day co]posite of all the U.S. School News Washington State University--The university awarded a total of 563 degrees to August 1982 graduates, Registrar C. James Quann announced. Candidates awarded degrees from this area are: John Elmer Kobza, Airway Heights, received a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineer- ing.. Richard L. Martin, Cheney, received a bachelor of science degree in mech- anical engineering and Christina M. Medeiros, received a bachelor or arts degree, cum laude, in speech. Veterans' Day--Parents of the Che- hey and Medical Lake School Districts are reminded that neither district will have classes on Nov. 11. Classes re- sume as usual on Friday, Nov. 12. Medical Lake Elementary School-- Students are in for a special treat Nov. 9 as the children's theatre of the Civic Theatre in Spokane brings the play "Pinocchio" to the students in an ex- clusive performance at 1:30 p.m. The play, which will be put on in the auditorium of the elementary school, is provided and paid for by the PTSO of Medical Lake Elementary School. Earlier in the week, parents are invited to attend the Nov. 8 sixth-grade band concert which begins at 12:45 p.m. Students in fourth through sixth grades will attend the concert directed by Judy James. CALCIUM LACTATE 2.19 1.49 2.19 A ,'OM,, ORA*ULA VITAMIN n / I00,o,,,s,o.l,liL I00EGA =: - ;:;; I PRICES GOOD NOV. 7 THRU NOV. 17, 1982 i00Owl Ph, armacy MEDICAL LAKE 2113 CHENEY 23641441 presidents, incluchng President Reagan, with pictures and text presented in an interesting man- ner. Good book for reports and also just for general information. FINDING INNER PEACE AND STRENGTll by Jerry Falwall: lessons to guide people through these troubled times. BETWEEN TIlE DEVIL AND TIlE DRAGON by Eric Hoffer: the author, who spent his youth in a variety of occupations, then be- came a longshoreman, is a philo- sopher who has written several " books; this latest one includes :   essays, aphorisms and selections '-  , from his diaries. i '  COLOR ME BEAUTIFUL by ..... Carole Jackson: how to discover your season and use its colors to make your wardrobe, hair color, makeup and accessories just right ['or you. Clarinetist to perform Clarinetist, Richard Stoltzman, whom the Washington Post called "...the preeminent soloist on the clari- net today", will perform with the Spo- kane Symphony Orchestra on Nov. 23 at 8 p.m. in the Spokane Opera House. On April 28, Stoltzman became the first clarinetist in history to be pre- sented in recital at Carnegie Hall. A pre-concert lecture will be given by Todd Snyder, director of instru- mental music at North Idaho College, at 7:15 p.m. on the evening of the concert in the Opera House Music Room. This lecture is open to all concertgoers at no charge. Tickets for the concert, starting at $7, are now on sale at the Spokane Symphony_ box office in the skywalk in River Park Square and at the Music Mart in Cheney. For ticket or outlet information call 624-1200. Student and senior-citizen half-priced tickets are available from 7:30 to 8 n.m. on the evening of the concert onl_y at the Opera House box office. The next performance of the Spokane Symphony Orchestra will be on Dec. 4 at 8 p.m. and on Dec. 5 at 3 p.m. at St. John's Cathedral, East 127 12th, Spo- kane, when the Spokane Chorale joins the Washington Chamber Orchestra for two performances of Handel's "MESSIAH." President Ford and Brett Bailey Cheney Scout visits with President Ford Steven Brett Bailey, son of Lynda and Steve Bailey of Cheney, recently had the honor of sharing a few moments with President Gerald R. Ford when chance placed them both on the same airplane bound for New York City. When it was discovered that the ex- president was seated on the same airplane, a hasty note was scratched out on the back of the only paper available, a "sic-sac", requesting a short audience. Apparently, it struck Mr. Ford's humerous streak, and he sent his personal secretary to find who used such originality to meet him. Brett was invited to come forward and share some time with Mr. Ford who graciously congratulated him for his achievements in the scouting program. President Ford, himself a Eagle Scout, is a life-long supporter of the scouting movement and takes every opportunity to advance its concepts and goals. Brett, who will be awarded the rank of Eagle Scout on Nov. 10 at a ceremony at the LDS church in Cheney, com- mented that this chance meeting turned out to be the unexpected highlight of his visit to New York. SOUND ALASKA SEA FOOD TRUCK LOAD SEA FOOD SALE / SALMON FILET SIDES / 2.4911b. OYSTERS • ., 3.9911b. HALIBUT STEAK 4.2911b. CLAMS 2.2511b. "- " JUMBO SHRIMP AVAILABLE MANY MORE ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM SHOP IN HEA TED COMFORT HOURS 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. ONE DAY ONLY WED., NOV. 10TH PARKED NEXT TO FLEA MARKET IN CHENEY STOCK UP NOW -- LAST TIME BEFORE HOLIDAYS FISH MARKET ON WHEELS Ethel Helm named new licensing dealership owner Ethel Helm, left, recently and manager of the ness in Cheney, located on taking over the business, as a secretary on the sity campus, with over 10 Placement Office. "1 am just people of Cheney and the whose husband, Don, has Ratcliffe Company since owner, above, is Sue the Spokane Licensing Office R ly, the local office features Stifler of Cheney. Court Repo00t Airway Heights Municipal Court JuOge Pot Warnick Oct. 5, 1982 Edna Louise Zimmerle was fined $19 for carrying an animal on the outside of a vehicle. Michael Shay Eskew was fined $15 for not having a valid driver's license• Richard W. Short failed to appear on a speeding charge John Russell Bounds had a charge of failing to yield the right-of-way dismissed• Velinda Lee Schroeder was fined $19 for failing to slop. Douglas Owen Combs was fined $19 for not having a motorcycle endorsement. Bartholomew A. McManus was fined $50 for a minor-m possession charge, Ralph Scott Fitzgerald forfeited $37 for not having a cycle endorsement. Brent W. Wilson was granted an extension in connechon with a charge of failing to pay a fine on a reckless driving charge. Robert F. Fleck failed to appear on a speeding charge. Bonnie L Hobert was appointed a public defender in connection with a charge of driving whde under the i Donald S. failing to comply with q failed to appear negligent driving. faihng to pay as prom Kemple was granted faihng to pay a Oct. Wdliam Chorl speeding charge• a speeding charge. Jorr appear on a speeding paid an outstandinc of faihng to respond to 0 ' dismissed• David Paul Nilles was possession char a 180 day sentence possession of stolen fined $15 for a defective charge of not having Cheney chu Cheney Christian Church 525 5th St. Corn('r of 5th t D Sts. Services: Bible School 10:00 a.m. Classes for all ages. Morning Worship and Communion 11:00 am. Sunday Evening Youth Meeting 6:30 p.m. Choir Practice Sun., 9:15 a.m. John Myers, Pastor Phone 235 8368, 235 4148 Cheney Baptist Church 2nd Et Oakland SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:55 a.m. Training Union 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m. Pastor Robert Thomason 235 64O0 Chcney Seventh-day Adventist Church 1 mile north on Highway 904 Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Saturday Worship 11 :OO a.m. Family Night Wed., 6:30 p.m. Pastor Larry Unterseher 235 6000 299 4925 St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church Sixth and Annie Place Masses: Sat. 5:30 pro. Sun. 9:00 t 11:00 a.m. Holy days (as announced) Confession: Sat, 4:00 5:00 p.m, Father John Oosterman 235-6229, 838-8069 Cheney 3rd 8- Pine SUND, g Sunday School Worship Hour Evening Bible Hour Family Night Claire United of Ch epd 4th and G Streets Church School Morning Worship Nursery Care t Gregory Cheney Meeting at Center, Sunday School Morning Worship Evening Service Call about Duane of College Sunday Schooi ,: Morning Worship ' Choir Practice Evening Worship INursery Adult Bible Study Teen Bible Study J. C Pults, Terry Cummings, Emmanuel L Faith Center Foursquare Gospel Church 216 6th Sunday 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Steve Perry, Pastor - 2354402 639 Elm St. Sunday School Worship Class for Adults Pastor philip Worship for Campus United Church of Christ 423 N. 6th 2354193 Adult Fellowship Monthly Church School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Nursery Care 9:45-12.'15 The Rev. Harold Bodle 235-4969 St. Paul's Corner Holy Eucharist Church SchoOl RE/.