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November 11, 1982

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I&apos;lews Thursday, November 11, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 3 11 Ceremony-at 1 across t rom Fourth and D County i be closed today 19. open at from 2 to 4 from 10 i at 7 a.m. at the "Our Town" the University reservations. 12 House. Stop *e the new office from Witch the PUB. Free. Nov. 13 9a.m. host a craft at the Cheney be held at the p.m. Medi- Corp. fund raiser Lakb Ele- will be used and provide Lions Club of local food to noon today. iNov. 15 (See story 6:30 to Office, meet to and share to 9 p.m. at Interested member for members are: Patti Yoko Hoeken- can Martin, Pam Serpa from the Association situation in 30 p.m. in the Monroe Hall. ov. 1 at the Cheney Rotary from 10 board neet- at the Care tt 7:30 p.m. at Keller, an as- will archeologi- at noon in the Monroe Hall. of High School attend an open skills al Spokane. The LB a.m. to 8 p.m. 17 9:30 a.m. to 11 Hall. Child- or 5:30 a.m. in the Hospital. Farrell will of a at EWU from Center Downtown Cheney Travel has moved to a larger office from the Eastern Washington University Pence Union Building to a downtown Cheney store near the Owl Pharmacy. In front, from left, are Lynn Lowery and Miriam Abromowitz. In back, from left, are Cathy Coyle, Prudence Dickson and Jean Jameson. Club/Social News Care Center plans sale Saturday The Cheney Care Center will hold a crafts sale on Nov. 13 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Cheney Flea Market, located on First Street. Gift items, small appliances and miscellaneous items will be for sale. Proceeds from the sale will help to replenish the Care Center Activity Fund for the residents. Centennial Committee to meet The Cheney Centennial Committee will meet on Nov. 17 at noon in the Elegant Egg Restaurant. Discussion will include how the Centennial book is to be distributed. Also, members are asked to brin their recommendations for the position on May Day chairperson. Members of the community and local organizations are welcome to attend. Tilicum offers lunch groups Besides its many departmental groups, the Tilicum Club of Cheney also has two informal luncheon groups, the Lunch Bunch and the Tuesday Lunch Group. The Lunch Bunch will meet Nov. 12 at 12:45 p.m. at the Elegant Egg Restaurant. Information can be obtained by calling co-chairperson Mrs. Leonard Engene at 235-6700 or Grace Kurtz at 235-4676. The Tuesday Lunch Group will gather Nov. 16 at the Chinese Gardens Restaurant at 1 p.m. Mrs. Bernice Moriarity is chairperson. Neither group has any officers, but meet to discuss current events. Members also enjoy benefits from the state and district organization, as well as the General Federation of Women's Clubs. Thus, they share in many community endeavors. Church News Cheney Community Church "The Living Word", a new film produced by World Wide Pictures, will be presented by the Cheney Community Church, 1307 Third St., on Nov. 15, at 7 p.m. The showing is free and open to the public. Featuring narration by Billy Graham and Cliff Barrows, the film weaves together Scripture passages, great works of religious art, music and some of the most stunning color footage ever filmed in the Holy Land. United Church of Christ Some of the best cooks and seam- stresses in Cheney are busily putting their homemaking skills to work this week preparing for tile annual United Church of Christ Bazaar to be held Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the church building at N. Sixth and Oak- land streets, across from the high school in Cheney. Hank knit sweaters, children's clothes, toys and needlework for Christmas and year around gift giving will be for sale. Corn husk wreaths and dried flower arranReme,_n_ts will be featured. Homemade soups, breads and pies are on the luncheon menu along with a salad bar with special dressings. OPEN Pharmacy Mon.-Sat. CHENEY 236.8441 (Spokane le Watches 7.99 's and Women's BLEND VITAMIN SALE NOVEMBER 17 Lecture set on elderly An afternoon colloquium on mutual self-help for the elderly, based on the findings of a research project con- ducted by Easiern Washington Uni- versity Assistant Professor of Social Work Juan Paz, will be presented on the Cheney campus on Nov. 16. Based on a study of 110 Spanish- speaking elderly persons in Washington State, the presentation will analyze how older people deal with society and themselves. Professor Paz's study indi- cates that, contrary to certain theories on aging, most persons have a high level of contact with their social net- works and perform important roles in their communities. The presentation, a student/faculty colloquium, is set for 3 p.m., in the Senior Hall Lounge. Paz, a member of the Mental Health and Aging Systems Task Force for the Washington State Division on Aging, has presented his research findings at numerous gerontological conferences and on National Public Radio. yi/kE WE GOT ooesA DRESS ,0 POfj California Visionz Green Brooke You Babe Our largest selection ever! One to suit every taste! And why not match that new dress with one of our many belts, necklaces and purses? AND REMEMBER-Only 44 more shopping days until Christmas Fashion Parlour ' First Cheney CHENEY HIGH SCHOOL DRAMA DEPARTMENT PRESENTS i Rj Cho.rles N()VEMBER 12,13 / 19, 20 8:00 PM FISHER AUDITORIUM Cheney Travel relocates Cheney Travel, after being located in the Eastern Washington University Pence Union Building for four and a half years, has moved to a new location in downtown Cheney. Prudence Dickson, who has managed Cheney Travel since the time it opened on the second level of the PUB, will open the door to their new office at 113 F Street at 8 a.m. on Nov. 15. The new office is located in what formerly was the Elegant Leggs location, situated across the street from the Owl Pharm- acy. "We were forced to move because we needed room for expansion," said Dickson. "There simply wasn't enough room (in the PUB location) for our staff of five. Our new space will allow us to provide a more quiet and private space for our clients while making their travel arrangements." The manager noted Cheney Travel was expanding, in spite of the troubled economy. "We are slowly overcoming the mis- understanding that it costs money to go through a travel agent," said Dickson. "Our services are indeed free to our clients, and we are in a position to save them money." Dickson noted, however, that the move to Cheney's downtown from the campus is being made "with mixed feelings". "Being on campus has been good to us. We intend to continue serving the EWU community," she said. Office hours will be kept once each week in the PUB in order to take reservations from students needing to travel. Also, the phone number of the business will remain the same. Dickson began her career in travel six years ago as a CETA employee. Through her business, she has had an opportunity to visit Mexico, Canada, Hawaii, the Carribean, Spain and Columbia. Recently, she returned from a "whirlwind" tour of five European capitals in eight days, including Brus- sels, Amsterdam, Bond, Luxenburg, Paris and London, which she says is her favorite city of the world. Miriam Abromowitz has been the bookkeeper and a travel consultant for Cheney Travel for the last four years. Born in Europe and having traveled extensively throughout the world, she specializes in cruises and Hawaiian travel. Jean Jameson has been a travel consultant with the firm for a year and a half. Her specialties include Alaska and Mexico, where she lived for three years while participating in the EWU International Studies Program. Cathy Coyle joined the team seven months ago as a CETA employee. She specializes in skiing experiences and AMTRAK travel. Also on the staff is Lynn Lowery, who has been a travel consultant and "resident humorist" for the past three and a half years. Both Dickson and Coyle have been involved in community development projects in Cheney. "We all have a concern for the future of the downtown of Cheney and a loyalty to the EWU community. Hope- fully, we will be the link between the two," concluded Dickson. 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