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Page 4 Chen ey Flee Fress Friday, November 5, 1965 EDUCATION WEEK POSTER at the Betz elementary school is admired by seventh and eighth grade teacher, Mrs. Pat Whitehill and Margie SIoan and Joan Albirght, second grad- ers. It was put in place by Mrs. J. Andrews. Education Week will be observed at the school gym at 8 p. m. Tuesday, Nov. 9, when teaching demonstrations will be put on by Betz teachers. TILtCUM NEWS invited and members are to bring gues,s. The American Hmne depart- Fol:l, awing the business meet- men{ wil/ be hosts ior the gen- ing an auction sale will offer oral membership of Tilicum at Chris'tmas gift items, baked 8 p. m. Tuescay, Nov. 16, in goods, jelly, arnd handmade the city hall. Mrs. Leon Wit- items. Mrs:. Pete Heidecker, iriger wLU present Miss Jen- chairman of the h, os..t depart- nie Schultz, guest artist, in a mea,t, reports the proceeds are shwirig of bar cobre,d slides to .be used for the expenses of of New Englntd foliage, ac- the district convention to be campanJed by music. Miss held in Oheney in April. Sohultz, who is a mere,bet of The American Home depart, the Spokane Valley Omera ment elected Mrs. Heidecker clib, has ,Sbmn her pic- as chairman at fle ast meet- lures atinally. The publlic is ing, replacing Mrs. R. E. i Woolldridge, who tlans to move away from Cheey so. CHENEY- 1945 While not aU dealers will be able to show the 1946 Chevro- let ,so early, Brown and Honer Mar 0o. of Clmney an.oce i'n tls week's advertising coI- umrm that they  ,have tlmse new cas on dislay Nov. 3. WiNam Geschke 'has sold .Ms inlxest in Jimmie's Care to ,lgs .l)ther ad partner, Eaest Gescke, l las pur- Chased the Stuhr's tavern l- cated next door o 2te cae. A 'hvge crowd attend,ed the Spale school mivaI la xxigh. TI event brottM in proceeds mqaourrt- ing to $490. The top cow at the weekly Davemport auction lt Friday was ,pttrehasod .by Ciffrd Dermy of C"nemtW for $500. Curtis Kutolgh, son of Mr. .nd Mrs. Carl ,Rudolph of Che- hey, know in the ffln v)rld as Don Curt', appears in the film, "Son of Lassie" being slmw, n. at the Pix theater here this week. A bacher cNims vcamen are wanton thirigs---lways wtn smetb:g. Mrs. George Brown enter- tained wih a bridge hmeon far two tables of Cheney warn- ea at the Da.u,ghters of the Nile benefit in rSlYOkale last week. Prices 20 Years Ago Orange Juice, 46 oz . ....... 55 Armours Treet, 12 oz, .... 35(: Toilet Paper, roll ................ ,m Heinz Catsup, 14 oz ......... 21 Molasses, pint jar ............ 15 Cranberries, 2 Ibs ............. 63 Lettuce, per head ............ 10 Economy Blade Cut Chapter Entertains State PEO Officer Mrs. ALfred Boyinffton of Ptflrrmn was an henred guest at tm PEO luneheoa meetg. 'ike occasion of her vit was in ,he capacity of state eam- jrin,g officer. The meetg was lheI, d .at the home of Mrs. Kem- rmh Kermedy, with Mrs. Jean Gard, ner assistirg hoess. Mrs. Richard Roas a the bu.sinss meeting. Twern, ty-ne member of chap- ter AJ wre present. Mrs. Boyirgo was accam- pawied by other visilxms on Pimn includirig Mrs. W. P. Weisei, Mrs. Betaon (Mins ;Mrs. Mart Brown, Mrs. D. Gad Clark and M. JMm Gaatham. Ms. FAllen Humlhdes, mo- er ,o,f Mrs. Raym(md Whiffiettl ws also a lu,nehon gues. LEGION WOMEN TO MEET NOV. 10 The American Legion Aux iliary  mee Wednesday evenmg, Nov. 10. Members are requested to hrag O1ristmas! gifts for the gft shop at the Vete hospital in Spokane. }tel.eels will be reported on: nd routine business transact. ed Refreshments will close the evening. MRS. C. R. MILLER RETURNS AFTER TRIP Mrs. Clareriee MilIer return- ed to Los Angeles Oct. 30 after a month's vacation trip wbich took her to Cheney, Ch;y Chse, Md., Williamstmrg, Va.. Wilmett and tl;ue Iand, Ih. REBEKAHS ATTEND SPANGLE MEETING en memhes of the Ohe-, hey Rebekah ltl'ge went to: gle :Mst Thursday evening to attend the fendNl" p meek- men frown IOOF lodge eovn- pav_ied them and vsited the IOOF "m Spargte fr the ve- ning. Roasts.. lb. 43 ... HERE FOR FUNERAL 79 tJ , Porter rke had all 2_ .,,Ib" 6 oz._Fresh Frozen her children with er on Sat- .y,[ut-,,-tqers Oct. 30, a,t ,her lmme -- here. They were Mrs. Evelyn Thrift s Fine Quality Perldrs, Mms. Iarrie Goebel Ground Beef Ib 39cl , neh end Wilam Parker Who i ware ;here for Mr. Parker's U and I if unarM. The Christian c,h,ureh Sugar, 10 Ibs. $1.04 ,'afterwaMslPrVded a atmmrthe home.far them Energy 38( I'''sl .00,os ,oo00 Bleach Gallon ,h IOOF ,oe eec,ed Rob- l - ert Ttbbs 'as oble grand Year's Lowest Price On Cauliflower. lb. 9c Cool and Crisp Cucumbers 2 for 15( PLENTY OF PARKING lohy ing, Nv. 1, in the .bll. Dr. M. F. Mffier presided. Other of fleers elected are Earl Nhms, recordirg secret; MiI BM,1, treasmr; Herin'an i WilLrns, firm, nee secreiary, and !F. N. Lefebvre, vice grand. !Appointive officers will be framed  the }n *al, aton erly in au, avy. ll Roxie 1o Wed Richard Lornrnesser Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grub of Me, dioal Lake and f,rmerly o.. I;our Lake, have a/lno, UllCea the engagement anJ forthcom- ing marriage of their daugh- ter Roxie to Rizhard Co,rnmes- s,er, son of the James C;9rn- me,ssers of Spangle. Miss Grub is a Cheney high sclroM graduate and atteaded the clJ, e,ge here She is em- p07e,d at the Credit Union at Fairchild air force base. Mr. Oornmesse,r is a graduate of Liberty hgh .selol and is now :attending the Spokane CemmtmRy Coege. A wed- d{irig  phrmed for ths mov.. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Moriday- Browned ham- burger in gravy, whhaped po- ta,oes, fruit tray, corribread and i, ce cream. Tuesday -- CremTmd pota- toes, bogn, a, green, salad, peariut cup nd clmrry pie. Wednesd, ay -- Yaknee Doo- dle roodles, red and white sa;lad, green beans, chuckwag- on bread and gingerbread with w'hpped cream. Thu.vsday -- Veterans day. Priday -- Maearorii and cheese, buttered peas, carrot relish, permt cup and crispy covnbread fruit cup. Jim Dyck, Jr.,  man in the ttClffe lxl dealer's re- cent Print, Pa,s and Kick con- test .here, competed in the dis- trict contest ,held at N),rtl Central high shol in Spo- kane on Oct. 59. Cart Rosenzweig, Sr., under- went surger Tueday' n St. Lukes and is slowly recover- ig. He Ws 91 years okl that ay. County Homemaker Group Meets Today Sokarie Courity Co,ncl of ltomemakers clubs will meet FMay, Nov. 5, 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. ,at the DaNglfl ihotess room. Lunch wil'l be served at noon with the Gtenrose clu as !host .goup. There will be n.ornination, electn and iristalatio,n of new officers. .Miss Helen Stermgaad, coun- ty *a,gent, vill be the in 'aMing officer. TMerit numbers wdAl be giv- en by East Spolme, Orchard Pinhole, mad Sharon clubs. :CHURCH NEWS ADVENTIST The Sevenh-da Advnts c.hureh will lave as guest MR. AND MRS. DENNIS DOKKEN, who were married Oct. 23, are now making their home at E. 6618 Second avenue in Spo- kane valley. Mrs. Do.kken is the former Miss Donna A. Marlow of Freeman, Washington. DONNA MARLOW BECAME BRIDE OF DENNIS A. DOKKEN ON OCTOBER 23 Christian Church Convenlion Slated The Spoakne district of Christian churches will hold the ,annual co,nve,nti, o,n in Cceur d'Alene this weekend. The convention will open Friday evening with the pre- sentation of a guest speaker, Gone,n, a medical mis- H,3,aary from the Congo. All day Saturday, Nov. 6, the ses- s,io,n,s will be held, with work- shops and discussions. Rev. iDnald Ross ,and members of Cheney will attend. GRANDMOTHERS he Grandmothers club Thursday afternoon, Oct. .at the home :of Mrs. Oarc Heiydt with 14 present A business meel, ing was Jo,lto:we, d by ,lessc4t .a.nd he ur. STAR TO MEET Martha chapter OES at 8 p. m. Monday, Nov. 8, the Masonic" temple. Mr. Mrs. John Van Brunt, and matron, will preside ritualistic work. and a games 'batr will Turkey CARNIVAL Spangle Service Club Saturday, Nov. 6 10 a. m. till 12 p. m. DOOR PRIZES G!VEN AWAY Donna M. Marlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doa}d L. Mar- low of Freemun, W ashingtn, became the bride o Dennis A. Dokken .at the Opportunity Presbyteri'n, chtrch at 8 p. m. Saturday, Oct. 23, with the Rev. John A. Christe,risen read- irig the vows. The bride,groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dokken of Mica. The bride, given in mar- r}ae by her fther, wore a white velvet gown Whose fit- ted bodice was designed gJth a portrait neckne, the gown lving tng fitted sleeves. The i speaker ct 11 a. m. Studay, slim sheath skit feiH grace- Mi:chael Stark, Mrs. Terry Ben- Nr. 6, EMe Horma Battrnan , , . in +,, n, a,-.,, ,m,.. .... +. fury to the foor to form a nett and Ms. Brown, ...... . ................ ctmpel trot .. Her tm.ported il- wore floor length gowns of .,a.... + ..... . .... , lusmn veil was held m pee mrst blue peau 4e satin and ,,,, ,, ,,,, ,,, me oomnmnw . , ^- .I ..... ..  .. ^ by a m]d-Vlctortan ewn en- corned bouquets of yellow u,, nwz m*, *a.wu . . ith " and o,.- 2nn .... .a  . _.Jeusted w sequins pom pom:s and blue carn,atio,ns. clotMri .... , ,,o n,..-. [pearl. She rned a b uquet Jim MeMuKin was best mma, .'y *,.tO'AIVy WILLS nn, uear- far their welfare project They :" . .7: _ [ e'and ushers were Larry. Mar- express raml appreemion vo , ' , low Wi'lli , " " a,n h am, I a. m. m aIJgon b.'afl and I' , * am LorigfieAd and i will rim t!littLSlljt uz@ay om, l T  Bermett. RObert Chris- METHODIST incr. i: ,6l'/0,d |:tendn was soloist and Miss The :omeris ,octet,, o thai anti goad-fkirgs w.ill be otmlShirtey Hendricks wa,s organ. .... " ........ " " ist at elm sale. Mm. Frmaeis . Me,hodmt ahurch meet Tues-[ ..... Mr rl H ..... | -, .+.  x^. n ;. . ltem, s a e,cs,I Reception Held olh,.-r4h d,iffrta .,,..,,. q ,....,_ vn.s.o.o. azr, vrrs. e v,. aerving a rre reception in gram will be vn by Mxs Seoyoe are m ela ge. A 1 tems tbe church parlor were Ju,ne , .a.,. a ..... .: ;,..2, c" left over ,on amr(my wi, l De O,lson, Judy Olson, S,5eBe Me- .LUatllUU'lZ, UN'..IIo3 ll'l#lll O- --& ,- o-a..d1 Y kane. Dessert w.j11 be served " " Muilten, and Me, ha Aukland. at 1:30 p. m. by Mrs. Jolm Bauks, Mrs. James MornV, and 'Miss May Powell. CHRISTIAN The Womens Feship group of the Christian ChurCh met Thursday in the cwch. Mrs. Jm Blacksbaw gresided for the business meetirtg, Mrs. Beh Smith ,bar, died the study sbject, with members par- tiptirig. Mrs. Etta Presnell was he dessert tmstess. cortsSsting of a white orchid and yellow" roses on a white Bibte. Matron Wears Blue Mrs. Larry Mal'low, ,he mat- roa of horior, wore a floor length gown of midn?ght blue velvet and carried a buquet of ye'low pom pom,s ,and blue carnations. The flo,wer girlS, Melanie Marlow and Devin Bennett wore dresses fashion- ed with bodices of midnight blue and foor length belled. skirts of mst bpe satin,. They carried baskets bf rose petals. The brie's attendants, Mrs. NAZARENE The lml Nazarene church moves forward in their ot- !aeh program "Mreh to a M," Fri@ay a 7:30 p. m. v, dth a special speaker, ho is doing ou,tstaridiIg wa'k in this fld. Rev. Dougl Cle,m of the Spolane (Ires , ohm'oh wi,ll ,streak to the teachers a'rd oters of the eal Sunday school. Te nmrlly meeting of the : N,ane church bem'd w be ,held at 7 p. m. Nov. 8. The loal C.hureh school board is invited to nmet ,t the same time to pla fr the eaing anti outreach program. Workdays re used to fi.nh axed deVomte Eae Sun- chy school tacit'ties. The ext work day v,H be Saturday, Nov. 13, at Which tinle it is hoped to complete the ghted sign a,d ish pain " of the basement. AlSo work w con- tiue on two r0ms that are being added to the Su,nday selmol phnt. Friezds are in- vited to see the impmve mev&s of the church. NEWS BRIEFS JOhn Van Brunt, who under- werit surgery in Sacred Heart hospitM last week, returned home on Sunday and is reCup- erating well. Pcay Batlenger, who spent last week in a Spone hospi- tal, is back at the nursg home in Cheney. His daughter, Mrs. Robert Heyer, spends pat of each day with him. Mr. arid Mrs. C. J. C0oit spent l:ast Yonclay evening in Cheney visiti!ng old neighbors and frierds and attended the meeting of artha chapter OES. Cecil is former superin- tendent of She Cheney sehool Mrs. Myrtha Mill e ntelqmined system. as ,a Tuesday guest Mrs. Mary The Methodist rummage :Babb of the Plaza disla'iet, sMe began on Tuesday at 9:30 Mrs. eorge Fossum return- ed home from a Six)krone .hgs- pital over the week, end. Her son and amiqy, lXr. and Mws. Bryce 1%ssum of PouISbo, spent   dars ,here laser week while she was in the lms- 1Ntal. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin S. Jones spet a few days N_st week n Portland with her brother ad wfe, Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Fox, ho are in poor .health. They aso visited with their deughter Carol anti Imsb.nd, Mr. ,and Mrs. IAyd Rainar  Povthnd. Mr2 and Mrs. C. E. Bower en*erta ,as Stmday guests their and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. lobert 5ensen, and Mr. and MrS. Robe Heath who bad eture:d to- gerber from 'a .acation in Ne- vada. The loosens had spent three weeks in C'aliforma, Ari- zoria arid Nevada. Their chil- dren David ad Lori had spen the time here with their gr, aridparents. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bail of i Everett spent the weekend in Cheney with his paren Mr. and Mrs. Mi.ot, lall. On Sunday they made a trip to Coeur d'A'lene lake for a crue m their boat. They were joined by Mio, Jr., and family and Mr. and Mrs. I-hrry King of Spokane. The Sgokane ounty Rbrary board 'held a special meeting .dth Spokane .county ,attoamey and offichts in,. Spokane on Thtwsday, Oct. 28. M. Mile Ball, who serves on the heard, ias present for the luncheon I meeting held in Nrthtown. i The Royal Neighbor llge will hold a Thanlsgiving bake sale ,on Eriday morning, Nov. 19, in the Cheney mag_zine shop. All members are a'ked to ,eSnbute pies, cates, cook- ies, brads, ja,roas and cup- cakes. Mrs. Betty Hale, oracle, is in charge of arran.gements. Mr. ,al Mrs. Earl Mos en- tertained as Sunday din.rmr guegts their son, Howard Mos, Mrs. Mrgan Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. A1 IA,seY from Spo- kane valley. Mrs. I{arry Holmes returned home ,over the weekend from a week's vi,sit in Walla Wla with her brother and sister-in- law, r. and Mrs. Eugene Hull. Prior to that Rme she spent several days in St. John with relatives. Judy Auklarid, Marsh Con,kt4n and Barbara Hinman had charge of the gifts and Diane McMllen wended at the guest book. Following a hone ymoo in Seattle the yotlng e'oupte are makirig their h;ome at Dast 6618 Second avenue. Games for Children and Adults All proceeds go for civic projects Your watch was destined to be wrong. Ao:utronis not AgUI'RON "201" Railroad Approved electronic timepiece with easy-to-read, full figured dial. Stainless steel case, waterproof*, calf strap. Also in yellow with stainless steel back. $12.00 ACCUTRON SPACEVIEW "H" The most unusual timepiece ever created. Transparent dlal lets you see the space movement. Water- proof*, shock-protected, Yel- low case top, stainless steel back, adjustable band. $150.00 ACCUTRON "60" The symbol of precious 18K yellow Dynamic dial hand applied proof* and Alligator strop gold buckle. Smith Jewelers 1965-66 Artist Series ERROLL GARNER, Jazz Pianist "The Man For Whom The Piano Was Invented" EASTFRN WASHINGTON STATE COLLEGE Wednesday, Nov. 10 - Showalte00 Auditorium - 8:15 p Individual Adm. Adults $1.50 Children 75c