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Page 4 CheneT Flee Press Friday, November 12, 1965 N6w Chapter of Teachers Sorority Inaugurated Nov. 6 A new ch,pter of the teach- e:rs honorary sorority, Aptra Phi Mu Epsilons Hear Missionary The home of Dr. ,and Mrs. George Lotzenhiser in C!heney was the setting far the Phi Mu Epsiton's 62nd Founders Day Margaret Daro Is idren, Lisle Dare and ch,ildren ,,  .....  ,. , IKa,ren and Robin, Cheney; Mr. [ I'qamed I'qot:)le rand land Mrs. Robert Mcbride, Bey- 1 ...... Jerry, BobbiLynn; :and son Reese .iurs. ilargaret yore was ! of Rosalie. The men went hunt- I e,te,cte,d as the noble grand of lin in the mornin t the Rebeka,h iodge at tile last I "2. ...... " _ .. t .......  _. Mr ano Mrs Ltmer lml[en / llleeiLlng. O'l:]ler ll'nv O,Hlcerrs' o" , a, ' p;+,,, ;lie ao a r Mrs Beth Smith, vice grand; -.w,, o2-.u.: -, ,y-qp,- -. ues:Es 0[ .Ills pare, ns, lvtr. ann Delta Kappa, was installed by celebration, Tuesday, Nov. 9. Aiha chapter at 1:30 p m , ....  ....  ....... ,. turday ,at the home of Mrs  ..... ::, 2,X? ,?,rf_ .......... 'l-,uss wltn ne uneney C,Ol/'g- J.ase,pn bmnon, ;pOK,ane i the liat E- ila3 " " " -- " " 'e pS I i lota cn:apter alia new c'h,a,pter is Alpha Nu wthl ._ ................  .At'pIla rs;i empe'r o,t wmt- rts members from the Cheney-}.._,., ...... ,,: I wu*Ln aS gtttrba. Merlin,all Lake area, teae'h" t" Members .of the pro,fessiaa- er. ........ lal irtrnational m,u,se S0TOf r$y are !vtrs. wam aaeK-] ity ,o,bserved this 62nd anni- san vtrs H:elen ti.oopengaa-ner I ..... I ....... a ......... , __ , --' *- ,   e Vttl,aJ.y lltl pvtaun'teu ib LIIe an:el lvtrs 19ira hue urm:a,n o,i .... .'- ..... ; . Iguest speaker, Miss Gretdmn vtemcat LaKe; ivies wart rmr,  ;'v .................. ..... ;: " . .... I WCU 01: l:ile wyc'Iltre lO.le Mrs aryl raymr,,wrs a ,vt [,-- ,* e .... , .; .. ;z ;z ; "-- Jranmacors ne ts name o,n ,snmy, iwrs. rugene ro,oinett, 2o,; t,7i o- 7 _ "  -  "'" ' ..... L I ,.,auo,. ,',:,, u nana w'n.ere she '. D. *. wamo, ,rs. w. : lhas b,aen 1,earning the }a'nlgu:age taley, lvirs tienry vranz ann ........ "" " " " : r . of laa :assmg m ctevlslng sy,m- l1rs l-La n,er Jr as'.ure, aa o n ' ' . ........ lb is t order to pvmt the un'en,ey vs aorta bourrmn t [lan,_ua_ e o,f natives Cheney" a member of A.p,ha ' eme,r's fmm C',me .... h , Dela Iap,pa chapter, assmted ,o ]. 'L '.' ' ' I a,Listed as hostesses were M!iss m me eeremon,es. Gwendolin Harper of the EW- SC facul'ty, Mr. Sam Hatch, CHURCH NEWS yrs. H.arold Stevens, Mrs.. Pat !M. Grain, trustee for a 'bree year trm. A joint in'.tal,lation with the men .of the IOOF 1,odge is p,l, an,ned far January. PEO CLUB MEETS T'he regular scheduled ins of the PEa chaptea was helid last week at the home of Mrs. Dan Patterson.. Miss May Dowell was assisting u!n,ch, e,o,n hostess. Twenty-three members were pros'ant. Fo.Nowing the business ses- sion a program was given by Mrs. William Wilke,rsa,n. She reviewed some of the seien- ti;ie find,ings made in the In- tcr:,*a,tional geophysical year, Mrs. Elmer Marsh, recording Mrs. Fred Luiten secre,tary; Mrs. Olive Swegle, relatives. fi'can'eial secretary; Mrs. Wal- ter ttubble, treasurer; Mrs. J.: and Samily guests ,over the weekend hem sister, Mrs. Lena Su'llivan a,nt Mrs. Joann Griffith Hinton and two sons of California. They and other Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fischer entertained as were here to see Carl Rosenz- weig whro is D1 in a hospital Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hart and three chil&ren from Spo- kane spent Saturday in Ohe- nay with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I4arr. Mr. and Mrs. Milo BaR and ]Carl Rudolf from Four Lakes I gran,ge attended the rally of ['l granges ,of the, Spokane l area at Pl, aza on Mon4ay eve- i ning in the grange .hall. They p,resented the pro,ga,m num- ber from their grange and ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDThe betrothal of Ted McMillan of Cheney and Miss Celia Thompson of Vir- ginia, Minn., was announced this week. McMillan-Thompson Bethrothal Revealed The engagement of Celia Ttomlason, daughter of the C. C. Ttmmpsons of Virginia, Mrm., .and.Steve McMillan, son f the Ted .MeMfllans of Che- nay, was nnouneed at a des- sort  ,open house at the M, eMil ,lan ,home. Miss Thompson, a 1965 Oh,e- ray high clool gaduate, is lsetly employed by. the Chick Sales conpan.v of Vir- ginia, Min. Ted i,s  1964 grad- uate f henry high ,anal has strangled Ykima Valley oaf lee ,aad lgaern Whingon. The cotple were hon'ed at .several parties the past wek, No weddirg ,da .las been set. Adventists to Hear Student Missionary W, al}a WaIN College's 1965 s-luCent missiomary, Ed Boyatt, will be guest speaker at he Severth-dy AdpJtist 0hu0h,- Betz school music n)om, this Saturcay at 11 a. m. Boyatt will relate his past sam- mee missionary activities among the famous Davis I,nd- iaas in BritiSh Guimm, South A.eaa. The pub1c is Lrtvited to l-,ear tkis: elmlexgig mes- ch year WWC Missinary VolnCxr society syooem a student misstating, according to Mike Osborne, associate MV loader, Who w}R acom- party lr. Boyutt to C,eey. They wi be daner guests of My. d Mrs. Warcen Gord. Program to Honor Ladies Relief Corps A yrogram lxmoring Ver- an of a B was will be pre- sented Saturday at 1 p. m. wln te General George Wrizt Wan',s Rie Cps No. 8 meets in he American Legion 1. Fiam.1 Prlaration$ will be made for the reve1on being giwn in Iron,or of Ms, G. & HgDx, Na'tma PrAdent of tha W:oma' Plief Oar, on "lhudy at the Davenlmvt Ro- tl. Nov. 16 at 10 a. m. will be ,a lxmr of &he VA hsoil. A lncheon will be served at 11 a. m. with a Siam Slzowig Val- ues worl6ng iaa  hos- ta. The ,reeeptoin will f fTOm 2-4 p. m. FIaste'sses Saturday will be Mrs. Alice Olvarlto, Miss Mil- dred Jev and Mrs. G. J. tt#ar. METHODIST YOUTHS HAVE SKATING PARTY The Meth, edist youth groups the lockfard youth on T, hury fro" ,a roller slud,n party in Spoke,he.. ,rds they enjoyed a e/Mli feed. On S evexdng, Nov. 7, the genars went to the Medical Ike Cmmu, nity chu,reh for the howintg of an g fim ad meeting all, wards. CARD PARTY SET The tlebeLala od,ge will *IM a I111 tavd pm'ty on Satur- day eveninkg, N)v. 13, in te IOOF bali. Doh pinoeh and h4ge wRI be i play, with men's arid woman's prizes. Playing w begin ,at 8 p. m. wflh desse at the close of the evening. l PATRIC!A HAIR NEW QUEEN OF JOB'S DAUGHTERS t ] Miss Pat}eia Hair was eleet- .d the queen (ff 3ob's Dalghte,r bethel 17 at the meeting Tuesday evening, Nov. 9. Other line officers eleed we,re Ann 0ordill. senor pvin- ee,ss: Gil Lambet, junior pVmess; Janet Miler, guide; Peggy Steiner, marshal. Ap- pokative ofcers will be named .at the installation in Decem- ber. I-Iorored queen Anne StalM- born presided .r. the ,busi- ness ,m'eetirg. It was reported th,a the Go to Ch,urch day on Sun@ay, Nov. 7. drew 16 mem- bers to the Lutheran chreh i)n ceremonial robes, with the gtmdian Mrs. Dean Swe,gle and associate guerdon Carl Hair present. Members hem a eoarm as yo we party on Saturday, in tle Masargc 111 with gaines ami rfresmen.s. The nev quee-e.ect is the army d,uh- ter .of Mr. and MrS. Oar1 Hair and a j.unor in, Ce,rmy kith seh,ol. A dance Nov. 26 in the city hall is planned. Mrs. G .Chambers Returns from Trip rs. Graver Ohambers and her sister, Mrs. Gertrude Pk of Spokane spent last week on a trip to PortlarM, to visit with a sister-in-law, Mrs. Jh Harris ,sad other relalives. They were entertained at a dinner in Beavertxm and re- turned via Pasco, where they spent several cays with Mrs. dk's sen-in4w  d- tar, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brv and children. They spet a day at .an h, istorieal msio, and nearby pax. M_s. Cm- bars came  on Monday ad Mrs. ma in Stars Will Vote At Next Meeting A the MartSa ampler 0F_ meetirg May in te Mas- oaie temple it w anotmeed ttmt electon will be elti a the next meeting. The adaree night lonoring Mr. and Mrs. Ken Ga].oway  sCheduled ,for Dee. 13 with the assdAte mat. ons ad patron cktb of the Inland li)mpire as guest Next meeting On Nov. 22 will lave the .tymksgiviag Sheane. (Nrds were m pray afterwards witth a eessert served. ROBERTA ROGERS AWARDED PRIZES ,lobevta Rogers, Oheaey Mgh ,fa'e/rnma, yotmge boc rider in the Nortlnvest All G4 Rod,e ,asoetion, was ruvner-u9 for tROoMe o the year, azml was awade a bead- ed bg ad moccasins at t'he recent convemtion at Riehtaad. DEAN PETERSON WINS PROMOTION A man from hiS area has reOetly been 9eoanted from saff sea'geant .to tech sergeant in the Washington Air Nation, al G'avd based af Spokane. Sergeant Pete,rson is assige, d te the 242d mobile commumca- lions squadron. NAZARENE The schedule of events foi the week of Nov. 7 through !3: on,day evening the bo'aa, d met with the following Ircs- ent; Shirley Loomer, Mrs. Bey ta Edwards, Mrs. Valet Slarp, Glean Best, lobert Slma, Jim Grear, J, oe Cssat- me,n, and Pastor George W. Nich0N. Acon was ken to finish the Sunfl,ay school a- eiliies, and add new .lighting to two rooms; fix the roo o the parsonage; and lay plans or the work day Saturday, Nov. 13. The second Tuesday of each m,onth the young peolle and friends of the chrc,h .have their monthly skatespiration at Paterson's ll]er Rin: in Spolame. The young people lemre the chtreh at 6:15 p. m. and return by 11 p. m. The .second Wednesday of each month, the Mis,onary society meets .at 7 p. m. to con- dLct its business and study. Mrs. ViOlet Sharp lareside as pveident, and Mrs. S*nley Herrdrick ,as study c,. Saturday, Nov. 1,3' ke church will meet for an all @ay work day. The lunch is to he pt- 1;uek. Stmay school be at 10 a. m. with a cltass for every age. Mrnkng worship service be- gins at 11 a. m. with Roy. Nioh- ols preacMng f-rein Isaiah 30: 1-3, the topi, e being "Rebeio Chi 'dren." Suady evening at 6::i5 the Juniors. Teen, and Chti Service Tmiairg Ca, ss meet.' The st*ady of tle, elr is "Otr Bible." At 7 i5 i: tim clmreh meets .for their evening wor- $hi',p service. The sermon tOlMel wRI be taken from Is. 37: 14-'20, with the m'esoage/being "The Power of taye."- - An ivitaon is extended to xvarli9 w}h us this Suntay. I.UTHERAN The Lutheran church ladies guild held a general mem,her- ship meeting on Tlmrsdy eve- ng, Nov. 4, im the Clmrc, for installaCt0n of officer's anti the thnk offerirrg. Ofivers are: president, Mrs. Da Maags; ce. presidext, Mrs. Clave Gr_be; secretary, .Mrs. Lueiie Stevens; teasurer, Mrs. IAoyd Stxlie; secretary o4 ed. u, Mrs. Art BieM aaxt Mrs. Gee'aid Ces0hke; soe, r ta, ry of stevcardhip, tVh's. Vir- i gil Bank. ME251ODIST The Methodist church eve- Ang circle held ,ts last meet- hrg in October at the hme of the preiden, Mrs. Ted Fe. rmm. The next meegng, Nov. 16, wll also be at he lmme of Ma. Freevaan. Devoi.os, a gtudy perRxl rd a ogrmn wig ,be held. - The aRerrmon WSCS was hem in the church on Tuesday with Mrs. Lewan Lumen, deac arl t'a f Deaconess lmspital', Spokane as he guest speaker. Business wa coralu, cted by Mrs. Mae Vaaa Scoyoc, preident, and re- ports on he ,rtmmage gale given. The WSC exvresses its' thanks for the patrormge off the craurty ia this success- ful project. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Heideek- er left eday, for Los Argeles to .aY0ed a tw weeks deale come in ftoar coverLng. They plan to tour paints of iterest in Uta aml Nevada en route home. Ms. W. J. Cart s0et the weekend in Coeur d'Alene with her s.ndrfl4aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hu,gh,am mad Dana. II I I OUR HEALTH AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE IS VERY COMPETITIVE. TRY US! Victor Wilson Agency 414 1st. St., Cheney Phone 235-4103 III I I II I II II Whitehill and Mrs. Jerry Nai- my. Stars and Masons At Spangle Sunday Mr. arid Mrs. Jobn Van Brun,t, w,orthy patron and mat- ron of M.arth,a chapter OtS, headed the list af members wlm went to Spangle Sunday mv,rning for a pancake break- fort. Among the 35 who a,ccam- partied them were Mr. and Mrs. Rudo, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. 3ones. Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Pendell, Mrs. D. G. Jerue, Mrs. A. B. Cutting, Mr. arrd a.nd same current research projects still in progress. PARENTS HONORED Mr. and Mrs. Dean Swegle ad children enteained her parents, Mr. and Mm. H. D. Mi,tche,ll, Spokane, and Mr. and Mrs. J,ose,ph Sw,ard .of Chi- cago, their relatives, on Satur- @ay for luncheo:r. In the eve- ning a party for their son Steve from Washington Uni- versity in, eluded former class. nmes at Cheney high sc.hoall and his grandmother, Olive Swcgle. Mrs. 3ohn Louthan ,arid ohers. G. H. REYNOLDS ARE [VISITING THIS WEEK BOWERS VISIT AT DAVENPORT I Mr. ,arid Mrs. G. H. Res, rIds . , ...... from Rseburg, Ore, are ,IVH" ancl MTS. U ]5. ower t ....... ., o ;" c, ... ,_ ', ....... .[spen,mng ms weeK Lrl llaza .ifh  her'ster .and',,u'ba ';d I arid .Oherey afea.o They. were "" " Ma.- -. ,-^a ,-- - weeKenct guests 'm nor t>Ith- er arm lamity, Ivlr ano MrS of Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. Draper ' - ' is confined to the h, ostal at Davenport after breaking heth bones in bah legs n a fall in hey wheel chair on Tlms- day. The cay before the cci- @an Y[r. aCrd Mrs. Draper arrd Mrs. Bowev's mother, Mrs'. J. g. aneheter were guests at the Bower home to honor M. Marcimster on her 91st birCh- tay. TILICUM NEWS American Home de0ertment wiR be osts for the: genea'al meherSMp' meetingof the Tilfettm el. at 8 p. m. Tues- @ay, Nov. 16, in the city lmll. A t#lides o1 autumn be slhown.:: Affa,u, ctio sale O4 new item& white eehant& iegy amt -ning wilt be hem at the Close of the-business meeting. Gtwsts ,and  inte'- eted .persorm will be welcome. Afternn Literary met on Thursday, Nov. 11, r a pet- luck luncheon at he 'home of Mrs. J. B. Rie,har&son. Mrs. F. L. lacliffe, Jr., wilt present a book review. Handicraft department met Tuesday, Niov. 9, at the home off Mrs. George Ni,c:hols for the project o,f Blotters rd net Internnal Education de- partmen .e.t Thursday, Nov. 6, at the country home of Mrs. Do .uts lak. Twelve were pres- ent far a rogram on current events. Next meeting a,t the home of Mrs. Imflld Ross. Fine AHs depameat met l,onday ee.rdg, Nov. 8, at the home of Mrs. Arthur Bea- deia with Mrs. Paul Butler z:l.-"irg. Cake decorang ws dem0strated by Mrs. Je,ma M, cMa. SEETHE WORUrS LI6HTEST DIRECT DRIVE CHAIN SAW. HULLOCH MAC 1-10 The greatest lightweight of 'era all is here. lOVz Ibs.* of fast- cutting, dependable, easy- handlin' McCulloch. It'll tackle any cutting iob you've got around the farm, cabin or right at home. CompMe with 12" cutting team, fingertip primer, weatherproof ignition, bigcapacity gas and oil tanks and the new, streamlined design thatw0n't hang up in , heavy brush or limbing work. Engine welght only, dry, less bar and chain. Ed's Conco Station l ST & ! STS. CHENEY PHONE 235-4400 n12-19 II I J, ohn Van Brunt, and Mr. and Mrs. Schultz. They s;pe,nt a few days in Colville and at Paza they were entertaied at a p,avty M, on@ay evenirg by nei,hbors and friends. NEWS BRIEFS Ms. Le:s'ie MILl frem Am- ,bet was a earlier at the home of Mrs. Myrtha Mil/ and Mr. amd Mrs. E. A. Okerstrom on Tuestiay. Mr. and Mrs. Sil Griffin have as guests their son and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Gary Griffin and inant son ef Spo- kane. Mr. nd Mrs. Virgil Rank d dughters ,spent one dy .last week in Sprague, with his parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Ca'rl Dank, o are in poor health. Mrs. J. S. La,ne en- tertained a few ,days last week their so,n4ndlaw arid d'augter ef Vmacouver, Wash., Mr. and ls. Deme,r arri.s.Mrs. Har- ris took part in an e,&uction conference in Kennevick. On Saturday far EWSC h,ameeom- ins their other 8a,u'gher, Mrs. an DeWitt and tw dault- ers from Spokane were ue. Mrs. D. J. Jerue spent the w'eekend with Mr. and Mrs. Arn,o,ld Burgess at Lacrosse and on ThursSay evening She accompanied them to C)tax for the official visit of the grand matron, Mrs. John War- n, ock, at the Eastern Star chap- ter. Johama Stuhnler, sister of Mrs. Art Collier, is now in Munich, Germany, v4mre she will visit her parents until Chrimas. Mrs. Bessie Dare enterbain- ed ,a,s Sun,6ay dinner g,uess her children ,and grandee1- took part in: the disc ussions. It's Che Drug for ALL Your Baby Diapers - Powders- Loti PLUS a host of other Trained sales people your service, happy to ally aid your selection. BE 5-6348 W.H. Saturday Special Starting at 5 p. m. 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