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Page 4 Oheney Free Press Friday, November AJ, 1964 Installation Services For Rev. Eisenhauer Set For Sunday Services of installation for the Rev. Philtip Eisenhauer will be held Sunday evening, Nov. 15, at 7 o'clock in the United Church of Christ, Fourth and F streets. All church members and friends are invited. Participants in service are the Rev. Theodore Edquist of the Pullman Congregational church, conducting; the Roy. Robert McPherson of Kellogg, giving the charge to the min- ister; the Rev. James Montgom- ery from Mountain View church of Opportunity, giving the charge to the congrega- tion. Other participants are the ttev. George Allen of the Cam- pus Christian Association of Eastern Washington State Col- lege; the Roy. Dr. Archie ttook, conference minister of Wash- ington and North Idaho, froxn Seattle; and the Rev. Donald Ross, president of the Cheney Ministerial association. Preceding the evening ser- vice will be a meeting of the church ministers and delegates of the Eastern Washington- Northern Idaho asociation of the United Church of Christ Ecclesiastical association for the purpose of examining the credentials of the Rev. Eisen- ,lmuer of Cheney and the min- isters of Westminster church in Spokane. I Dinner will be served to the i visiting ministers, delegates, church officials and church board members following the afternoon meeting. LODGE NEWS ROYAL NEIGHBOR Royal Neighbors wifl meet Mond at 1:30 p. m. A dessert will follow, at the College Inn. MARTHA OES Martha Ctmpter OES met on Monday evening in the Mason- ic Temple for the official visit of the grand matron, Mrs. Florence Morris, of Renton. Spangle chapter was the co- host for the event, aml 150 members attended from Spo- kane and the Ooast. A gift was presented to the grand matron by Mrs. John Van Brtmt and Mrs. A. Deife from both Chap- ters. Mrs. Morris spoke on "Faith." LF_ION AUXILIARY Tle Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday evening. if were brought for the Veter- ans Hospital gift shop, wch will be delivered to the Spo- kane hospital for the Christ- mas season. Reports were made on child welfare. BETHEL 17 Jennifer Jordan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan, was elected honored queen of bethel 17 of Job's Daughters, Tuesday. Other ,e officers are Anne Stahlborn, senior princess; Pat Hair, junior pin- cess; Ann Cord, guide, and Jill Lambert, marsimll. Ap- pointive officers will be ed at the installation in Decem- ber. Initiation will be held at the next meeting. Nov. 24. REBEKAH Rebekah lodge met Wednes- day evening in the IOOF hall for election and initiation of candidates. Mrs. Agnes Charl- ton, vice grand, presided, and Mrs. Tom Matney directed in- itiation ceremonies for the record of 30 initiations, during the past years of the knlge. Miss Nancy Hilton and Miss Charnelle McCall, tevs of Mrs. Ernest McMillan, were the initiates, with Mrs. McMfllan assisting in the cere- mony. New officers elected were Mrs. Agnes CharRon, noble grand; Mrs. Margaret Dare, vice grand; Mrs. Elmer Marsh, recording secretary; Mrs. Olive Swgle, firmncia,1 scetary, and Mrs. Me:lln, t. The appointive officers will be Burned at installation e_rly in Jammry. DWYC DWYC 'club of Rebekalm will merge their November December meetings far a Christmas party Dec. 16 at m home of Mrs. Milo tll. The Mternoon party will reveal the secret pals. Missouri Society Meets In Spokane The Missouri Society ,held its fall fellowship dinner Satur- day in Spokane. Special feat- ures on the program were saed songs by the Melody Makers and original poems composed and read by Bee- ,niece Beegloff, president of the organization. Attending from Cheney were Diane Belie, Mrs. Grace McInyre, Joe Cossalman, Milt Kelsey, Mrs. Peggy Dokken, Mrs. Ella Kendrick, Mrs. Min- ta Lokken, Mr. and lWrs. Walt R. Berglff mqd John Marietta. RELIEF CORPS SETS MEETING General George Wright No. 8 Woman's Relief Corps, Aux- iliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, will meet at 1 o'clock Saturday in the Amer- ican Legion hall. Special features of the after- noon program will be a hobby show and bingo. Mrs. Myrtha Mill will preside at the busi- ness session. Hostesses are Mrs. Elmer Marsh, Mrs. W. P. Par- ker and Mrs. Alice Charlton. Special Award Given To Gamma Thetas Gamma Theta chapter of 'Beta Sigma Phi met Nov. 10 at the home of Mrs. Richard Hagelin. Assisting hostesses were Mrs William Wilkerson and Mrs. Jim Wills. Mr. MacQuarrie of the Spo- kane chapter of the National Arthritis Foundation present- ed he organization with a dis- tinguished service award in recognition of outstanding ser- vize and support.. A baseball benefit game with all Spokane, Spokane Valley and Cheney Beta Sig- ma Phi's participating was sponsored during the summer. Gamma Theta Chagter was re- sponsible for the greatest num- ber of ticket sales. Mrs. Ray Krebsbach, presi- dent, accepted the award for .the chapter and for Mrs. Mer- ritt Jolmson who eaded the campaign. Mrs. Norman Thompson pre- sented a program on "Africa." The Nov. 7th meeting ill be held at the home of Mrs. Jim Johnson. CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN The Christian chwh Youth Fellowship has ":invited the Youth Fellowship of the Meth- odist church to meet with them on Sunday at 7:30 in the Christian church. ,am EWSC foreign student from Iron, Jamshid Khali, will be the guest speaker and anyone in- terested may aend. Rev. Donald Res mid Jim Chxhwell attended the din- ner meeting of" the Spkmm Association of Cristian Churches. Monday evening in the Pacific Avenue Gkristian church in Spokane. This was the semi-a.,mual business meet- ing of the churches. METHODIET The Methodist church Wom- en's Society met Tuesday after- noon. Miss Cecil Dryden spoke on the United Nations. Plans were made for the De- cember Fellowvlp dinner Dec. 6 at 1 p. m. following wor- ship service. Christmas will be the theme. BAPTIST The Baptist clmrch of Che- hey will present a Thanksgiv- ing program Nov. 25 at 7 o'clock Wedneqday evening in the church assembly. Members and friends are invited. A cot- !fee hour will be held after the program. Pastor Amick Champe has been conducting a series of teacher training union classes the past two months. Those completing the course were Mrs. Joyce Champe, Mr. and :Mrs. Rayborn Joyner, Mr. and Mrs. John Morris, Mrs. Ann Bramble, John M-ietta and Mrs. Bernece Bergtoff. Ko-Ki-Ke-Ko Group Elects Officers New officers or the Ko-Ki- Ke-Ko Camp Fire girls were elected recently. They are Laurie Nieol, presi- dent; Patsy Steensma, vee Vresident; Arlene Dahl, secre- tary; Narmy Neperud, treasur- er, and Nanette Haxdm, report- er. The leader is Mws. Frank Ni- col, who is assisted by Horizon members Katie McKeehan lobin Giles. A vamp fire cookot was enjoyed last month. The grls are now working On their ceve- monl head bands. Spokane Blue Birds Entertained Here Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Sooy en- tertained 14 members of a Blue Bird group 'from the Uni- versity rea in Spokane Valley. The train ride from Spokane to Cheney was a special treat for the children. Mrs. Ka, wies, their leader, was assisted by LueRa Lundberg. FRESHMAN SECRETARY A Cheney freshman has been elected cretary of the East- ern Washington State College class of 1953. She is Gall F. Stevens, daughter of Mrs. Ralph H. Stevens, 423 Cedar St. Miss Stevens, a 1964 grad- uate of Cheney High School, is majoring in chemistry at EWSC. Nancy Wilson And James Cashon Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Victor L. Wil- son have announced the en- gagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Nancy Gaii Wilson, to James Cashon. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alber Cashon of Louisville, Ky. Miss Wilson was graduated from Cheney High School in ]962 and has been attending Eastern Washington State Col- lege the ast two years. The wedding ceremony will be held Nov. 28 at 10 o'clock in the morning in St. Anne's in Connectientt, and in New York. En route home she vis- ited a niece in Madison, Wis. En route to the East she was a delegate to the national con- vention of United Church Women's council in Kansas Cty. Mrs. Omer Pence, formerly of Cheney, spent Tuesday here to visit with former neighbors and friends. Mrs. Cht!sfine Porter, Che- lan, spent an afternoon here last week as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mitlard Hale. Mrs. Jean Whitney and son Bill have moved to their newly constructed borne on Elm and East Second St. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Toilet- son moved last weekend to East fheney By Anna Phillips GRANGE TAKES MEMBERS Last Frd'w evening East Cheney obligated Mrs. Jean Crogan as a member Lorraine Flicke's name was read and referred to a committee A let- ter will be sent to Mrs. Albert Babb as a retiring 4-H leader. A total of $4.90 was collect- ed for the March of Dimes. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamp- ton were hosts and served re- freshments. Mrs. Charles Proc- tor of Amber was agues. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup Catholic church at Medical ttheir new home in the Fish visited their daughter, Mrs. Lake with the Rev. Fr Edward Lake district. Jack Hartford, and family of Kowrach reading the vows. Four Lakes last Sunday after- Doon. IkAr,"i I('$rrw ] NEWS BRIEFS Weekend guests of Mr. and , , ,. ,, I I vlrs. vern narrlngton were 1cir. /-xncl James F.rell (Held over from last week), and Mrs. Duane Harrington, Engagement Told I . ,,n o ,,h, ,, [Ruth, Kelb Oliver ,and Vern -v, I ..... ;"uT. ..... -"t":/of Moses Lake Mr and Mrs , en anu aaugnters enteramea I , . " " " Mr. and drs. Lester E. Mou- 7,. , , .... eek,a r, -da Mr , Troy Ma) field, Debble, Dan- da of Bombay, Indla, announce ', iam  ":orce"and" Ir u. and ]nie and Micheal of Spokane, the enga.gement and forthcom-: Mrs. Edwin P. Murray of the Mr. and Mrs...Chester Phillips ng marriage of their daughter, tlawaiian Islands Dr Force is and Johnny 3creed them Sun- vtarcia ,.erry, o James ren.., ...... ia-+ f tle Kama oay evening. Krell, a raduate of Eastern  ..... h, .... a,,q -onsidered the Mr. and Mrs. Don M eQuar- \\;gashington State college, s a ,o, ,,,,,a, ,hanl f tho rm were last Sund y evening high school teacher at Tum- is'"a'ads ...... ....  ............ v:sitors of Mr..and Mrs. Clue- water, Wash. He is the son of ' ' " once Davis and Mrs. Anna Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry Krell of A number of scial events Phillips. Espanola. Miss Kerry is a student at Central Washington State Col- lege, Ellensburg. The wedding is lalanned for Dec. 20. CLUB NEWS GRANDMOTHERS Grandmothers club will meet Thursday or their an- nuad Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mrs. Ma,rtha Stud- emn. AKEVIEW SEWING Lakeview Sewing club met on Wednesday afternoo at the borne of Mrs. Porter Parker for a potluck luncheon. Husbands were guests and games were played afterwards. SUNSHINE SEWING Sunshine Sewing club met last Wednesday afternoon t the lmme of Mrs. Homer Pierce for a dessert party and needlework. TILICUM NEWS The State presiden of the Federation of Womens C1uhs, Mrs. Wayne Chastain, wl be the honored guest and speak- er at the general membership meeting Thursday at 8 p. m. in the City Ihll. International- Eucation department . the hostess group. Distri afficem and several state officers will be among the guests. Framed art pictures belonging to the club will be on exhibition. i American Home department will meet on Tuesday evening with Mrs. John Louthan. Evening Literary  meet Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Florence Rue, with Mrs. Edith Davis in charge of the program. NEWS BRIEFS A large number of OES mem- bers spent Sunday monMg in Spangle to atten, d the pancake breakfast at the Masonic Tem- ple. Going were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. 3ohn Van Brunt, Mrs. A. B. Cutting, Mrs. Grover Cham- bers, Mrs W. J. Carr, .Mr..and Mrs. Harold PendeU, Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball and Sgt. and Mrs. Hardin. - Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bergloff, Joe Cossalman and John Mar- ietta were visitors last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bergloff of Spokane. Mrs. G. L. Niekell is visiting at the home .of Dr. and Mrs. William W. Force and three sons of Honolulu, Howell She will return home in two months. Mr. ad Mrs. Lome Nelso entertained Saturday her par. ents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Griffi Plummet, Ida,he, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J ,otmso of Four Lakes, and the grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nel- son, Cheney, ad a umber of out of town friends wlm came for the funeral of ;her brother, B Fitzner. : , Mr. and Mrs.  Ball were SuIy evening dinner gues of ,her sister, " r  ttavr, in Spokane. They were joined by Mr, axid Mrs. Milo Ball Jr. and twin sor. Mr. and Mrs. Robe Harvey and two children spent e weekend of Nov. 1 in Coeur d'Alene with ,his parents, Mr. alxl Mrs. H. Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. George Fossum entertaed their daughter, Mrs. Carl Bowen, ,her husband and two daughters from Seat- tle for the weekend. The men enjoyed bird hunting. Mrs. Howard Pit ,and two chRdren returned last week from San Diego, Calif., after two weeks with her mother, who is ill. Miss Mildred French re- turned last week from a month long vacation on the East Coast, visitireg old friends we're given in their honor while ,here. Friday night a par- ty was held at the Mi:chael- sen's; a Saturday lneheon w,as .given by Mrs. Mark Rat- c!iffe; Saturday evening din- ner at the Spokane City Club, with Mrs. George Jones hos- te; Sunday breakfast at the Williams Lake ,home o Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wall and Sun- day eveninlg dinner party at the home of Mrs. William Moks. The guests left on Mon- day for home by way of Seat- tie. Mrs. AI GVfffith, Santa Cruz, Ca'lg., s spending a few days here with ,her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rosenzweig, to attend the fun,oral services of her mother, Mrs. Emma Stewart. Carl Rosenzweig St. cele- i brated his 90th birthday Sun- day with his two so, two daughters arid their families. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Billesbach left Tuesday to spend a month in Berkeley, Calif., wi their daughter, Mrs. @ary Bchley. Mrs. Oarl ,Rudolf left lst week o Chicago and DeCeit to slrdl a few weeks with ker two daughters, Mrs. Robe Doran, Burlington, Ill., and Mrs. Charles Ward, in Wiscon- : sin. I Hugh Mitchell, brother of Mrs. De,an Swegle, has spent the past week here with the Swegle farrfily. Mr. Mitchell, son of Mr and Mrs. H. D. Mit- chell, Spokane, is employed in banks in Hong Kong ,and India for the government. Mrs. Mary. Maddux returned from Seattle last week after a two week vacation there with a son. Mrs. Orvel Allen, head of the Cam'pus khndergarten, spent two days last week in Ellensburg at an education conference. John Van Brunt joined his friends at Clarkia, Idaho, for elk hunting over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Steiner and sons spen,t the weekend in Spokane with her relatives to celebrate Halloween. Mrs. D. G. Jerue spent the weekend in Spokane as a guest of Mrs. Robert Nelson of Coeur d'Alene. She also vis-, ited with the Walter Rupps. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Melville and Mr. and Mrs. D. Corcoran will attend the Eastern Star smorgasbord Saturday evening in the Sprague Masonic Tem- ple. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Huge- tin entertained as Saturday afternoon guests Dr. and Mrs. William F(,rce, who were here from the lhwaiian IsMnds to visit old friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Miller a- tended the 26th weddin anni- versary celebration of ,her gon- in-,law ami dmghter, Mr. and Mrs. Hfrnan, ,Plaza, on Sunday. Others faxnn here were the H's son--law and dughter, Bert  Kartm Smith. Mr. and Mrs. J'tm Blac spent Sunday afteamo at the home o her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cox, at Gi'eenres. Mr. and Mrs. Mlin Holmes a,nd clffidren ,have moved into the Irving Brooks home on North Fifth. T.hey sum their home in Kalispel, Mon., and now operate the Oheney News- stand. Mrs. Emily Coble has moved ]to the Pesnell house at 715 Second St. A farmer resident of Cheney .and Sprgue, Mrs. Coble spent the summer in I Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Conley entertained as visitors during the past week Mr. and Mrs. Claude Grier, Spokane, Mrs. Rezeau Plotts, Edwall, Mrs. Ray Conlev, Mrs. Roydal Coa ley, Mrs. 13eth Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conley, Mrs. Toni Pugh and Mrs. E. R. Kelly-of Cheney. A card party will be held at East Cheney Grange hall this Saturday at 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. William Tku- Ion and granddaughter, Aud- rey, ,and Joe Arm Grimmitt, Mr. nd Mrs. Fred taird, all of Spokane, and Dick Piersol of Spagte were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phil- lips and family last Sund,ay. Marshall News By Carol Yates PERSONAL MENTIONS The Lloyd family journeyed to Deep Lake, where they spent the weekend. Monday eveng, Glerm Low ell and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lovell of Ione were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd LoveI1. Cheryl Lovell was a -Vreelekd guest of Jackie Lam- bert. Tuesday, Mrs. Lovell ,attend- ed Hub Club meetkng. Club members worked on Ohrisnas cmafts. The club willsponsor :a ,holiday Christmas bazaar the first week of December. A combination potluck din- ner birthday party was held Nov. 1 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goaia honoring the 18th birthday of Car. el Yates. She received many lovely gifts and all enjoyed a nice time. Joan Duncan and Carol Yates were hostesses at a hay- ride birthday party held Satur- d'ay ir honor of the birthday of Karen Werhan.' There were about 15 guests in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Loung have moved fo Richiand, where LorsuRg is now employed. Mr. and Mrs. Ckeevers at- terded the Back-To-School night at {he Cheney High School. They found it very in- formative and entertaining. The Windsor School, in ob- servance of Natiorml Educa- tion Week, held an open house Tuesday. Ft. Wright College Enrollment Gaining Sister Brigid Mary, Fort Wright College registrar, re- ports a freshman e,nro,llment of 89 women for the fall semes- ter, an increase of more than' 20 per cent over the previous year. The 54 freshmen living on campus in lower division resi- dence halls come from 11 states, including Hawaii a,nd Alaska; from the Ca'n,adian provinces of British Columbia and Alberta: from Perue, Ja- pan and Hong Kong. Fort Wright College, estab- lished in 1907, is a four-year liberal arts college operated by the Sisters of the Holy Names. It has the distinction of being the only women's college in the State of Washington and one of two women's colleges in the entire Northwest. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Monday -- Frankfurter loaf, Waldorf salad, beets with or- ange sauce, cornbread, peach- es. Tuesday -- Hot gork sand- wich, buttered peas, tossed salad, cherry pie. Wednesday -- Chili, carrot and celery sticks, cinnamon twists, jelfled fruit with whip- ped topping. Thursday -- Turkey and gravy, whipped potatoes, cab - bagepineapple marshmallow satad, rolls, applesauce. Friday -- Macaroni and cheese, pickled beets, Mexcan, corn, orange and lettuce salad, eanut roll, apricots. NEW ARRIVAL' Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jessen are the parents of a sen, born on Nov. 8 in Sacred Heart .Hos- pital, Spokane. He joins a sis- ter and brother at the home in Cheney. GOERTZ HAS Herbert Goertz home Nov. 4 after two and one-lag hrOSpal foll0w,g gery. Floyd Simpson substitute rural mail on Route 2 during confinement. Friday - Nov. 13 - DOUBLE sntS PRODOCIIOR.: FULl: IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Sneezes, sniffles, bruises and burns -- these are a part of childhood, So are antiseptcs and aspirin, vitamins arid vac- cines. We know because we've catered to children's aches and pains for years- sometimes with first aid items, sometimes with prescmptien drugs. If your youngsters are sud- denly ill -- and you don't know a good doctor to call -- we're the people to turn to because we work closely with physi- cians. We know their special- ties and their hours and we're specialists in filling their pre- scriptions accurately and promptly. Our quality drugs, from leading lhamacentical firms, are compounded and/or dispensed in keeping with the high standards of our profes- sion. For the health and safety of your youngsters -- and for your own piece of mind -- call us immediately in case of emergermy. Doors Open 7:15; SI YOGI BEAR 7:40 Exit 10:50 SPECIAL KDDIES Sat., Nov. 14 "Hey There, It's Plus Rhino Doors open 1 p. m. Out 4:45. BARBER NOW AT Maple Leaf ld' & Across From Geiger Hiway 10 TE 8-1223 floor Form00 COM CAB BE 5-6348 W. H. 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