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[] Thursday, November 18, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 3 i I at Elegant noon Station. of Mens- psy- of dys- at EWU |,m. SCum--Wren from 2-4 Building, 10 Uni- Dentist Dr. a open house ) Cat", PUB P.m., free "Our Town" University Shack", :30 P.m. $2.00 hold a of Art at on at 10 PUB, P.m. Ad- S1 for 13 Wilder at Uni- BUilding 9 Pb Multi 10 P.m. $1 Scouts plan paper drive Cheney Boy Scout Troop 356 will celebrate Good Turn Day this Satur- day, joining the rest of the Inland Empire Scouts in the collection of clothing, food and other items. The Scouts from Troop 356 will be giving their donated items to the Salvation Army, while Cub Scouts in the community will donate to the Cheney Food Bank. Newspapers collected by the groups will help to raise funds for Scouting activities. Recently, four Scouts from Troop 356 attended a one-day workshop on junior leadership. Scouts involved in the Oct. 16 program were Kelly Edwards, Mike Gildea, Eric Van Zee and Don Coumbs. On Nbv. 5, 15 Scouts went on a overnight campout at the Mullen Trail Campsite, located 10 miles south of Cheney. The Scouts worked on their camping and pioneer skills. Also in- volved in the outing were adult Scouts, working on leadership training. Cub Scouts Cheney Cub Scouts from Den Three will join other Cheney Cub and Boy Scouts on Nov. 20 in the annual Good Turn Day activities. This year, Scouts will visit Cheney homes in search of canned food and newspaper for recycling. Food will be given to the Cheney Food Bank. Money raised by recycling newspapers will go directly to the Scouting activities. Scouts will start knocking on doors at 10 a.m. Cubs, from fron left, include Thane Hisaw, Chad Childers, Brett Richer and Jay Jordan. In back, from left, are Aaron Hansel, Darren Bloom, Tim Harris, Steve Marsh and Matt Showalter. Den Leader is Joan Hisaw. EWU Symphony opens season The music of Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Hindemith will be featured as Eastern Washington University Sym- phony Orchestra opens its 1982-83 sea- son on Nov. 21 at Showalter Audi- torium. Curtain time is 3 p.m., and admission is free. Conducting the orchestra is Dennis Layendecker, currently in his second year as musical director at Eastern. Opening the program will be Mozart's "Symphony No. 26 in E-Flat Major". This piece was composed shortly after Mozart visited Italy in 1773 and reflects this symphonic style. It has been used as overtures to popular plays. Continuing the program will be "Variations on a Rococo Theme', by Pyotr lllych Tchaikovsky. This piece will feature guest cello soloists, Achilles Balabanis. Currently in his 14th year on Eastern's music faculty, Balabanis also is principal cellist with the Spokane Symphony and the Britt Festival Orchestra. Paul Hindemith's "Noblissima Visione Orchestral Suite" will con- clude the program. Originally compos- Brett Bailey Club/Social News Bailey named Cheney Summerson, who reside in Concord, Calif. Paternal grandpa:'lis we Mr. and after 2 Mrs. Tom Summerson of Livermore, Calif. Maternal grandpm:hts are Dr. and Episcopal 9a.m. '.Zl will pre- re. in the multi Students, Mrs. Daryl Hagie of Cheney. The Nov. 18 R.N.C. th)memakers meeting will be at the home of Alice Spuler, 319 N. Sixth street at 1 p.m. The program is the leader lesson on holiday breads. Some breads will be served as part of the refreshments, and other decorative breads will be on display. Each one present will be able to make one or more decorative pieces and will receive a booklet of recipes. The lesson will be presented by Martha Calvert and Alice Spuler. Guests are welcome but are urged to call the hostess, 235-4054, or the president, 235-8544. The county program planning meeting was at the Agriculture Center, Nov. 12. Alice Spuler attended. Lessons topics for 1983 will be the ones that received the most requests. They are: personal color analysis; sugar-free cooking and low sodium diet: techniques for recall; vegetable combinations to create complete proteins; and cleaning carpets and furniture. Dates for these lessons will be announced later, as will the dates for the special workshops. The Four-Corners Craft and Bazaar sale will be held Nov. 27 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. To reach the sale, take Short Road off Gardner Road, and watch for signs. Christmas presents, decorations, hand-crafted items, food items, dried arrangements, homemade lefse and other items will be for sale. Students plan recital ed as a ballet, this piece describes the life of St. Francis and his transforma- tion into a powerful Christian leader. Ringley and Colby Brett S. Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Steven Bailey of Rt. 4, Cheney, attained Eagle Scout status m a ceremony held Nov. 10 at the Cheney Church of Latter Day Saints. Bailey, a ninth grader at Cheney Junior High School, first entered scout- ing in January of 1976. Currently, he is a member of Troop #322, sponsored by Eastern Washington University. He is a junior assistant scoutmaster and has held the following positions: assistant patrol leader, patrol leader, assistant senior patrol leader and senior patrol leader. Under Scoutmaster Jeff Mc- Clure, Bailey also has earned the physical fitness award for four years. At school, Bailey is a member of Honor Society, Mentor Studies, Student Tutor Program and a homeroom repre- sentative, while also competing in track and football. from satTp.m. High sale. racers from and Realty meets at the Cheney Elegant 'ldiagfrom Build- Laytons plan Engagement told plan- e joint exam- "Z4 : 6:30 a.m. Cafeteria. directors Fisher !lithe third floor Lt. Col and Mrs. Howard D. Ringley, 516 Patterson St., Cheney, announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce Ann Ringley, to Craig Adams Colby of Issaquah, son of Dr. Robert and Maureen Colby of Yakima. She is a 1978 graduate of Cheney High School, attended Eastern Washington University in the area of Health Ser- vices Administration and is employed by the Spokane County Conservation District in Spokane. He is a 1979 graduate of Lake Washington High School of Seattle. Currently, he is a junior at Eastern, majoring in Comput- er Science, and is to be commissioned in the U.S. Army through the EWU R.O.T.C. Department in March of 1983. A Dec. 18 wedding is being planned for Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Spokane. The Cheney Chapter of the Washing- Melissa Stentz and Benjamin Weller. 5Oth roco...at=onp] ton state Music Teachers' National All arestudents of teachers Katherine Association will hold its first recital of A. Maxson, Jean Stevens, Kathy Kurtz, the season on Nov. 21 at 3 p.m. at the Charlyn Balabanis, Diane Rostkoski The children of Homer and Loretta Eastern Washington University Recital and Marilyn Lewis. Layton will hold an open reception in Hall. honor of their parents' 50th wedding Performing will be students Lauri " ..... _ anniversary. Mann, Lizzy Harmon, Jason Corlett,  The event will be held on Nov. 21from Jeaneane Batty, Sarah Gibbs, Natalie  (->, ,o p . /7 c', /', [ 4 to 8 p.m. at the Allen Layton home, Yarwood, Felicia Lauritsen, Jim Gres-  "J...)'L. (_)'oly.'t L]. .)tocteton located four miles north of Spangle on ham, Dan Midgely, Paula Rostkoski,  .... Hwy. 195 and then west on Smythe Debbie Quinn, Connie Schmitt, Debbie _ arz _.taH Road. Joyce, Julie Johnson, Susan Green,  INVrrE You TO A''END ; 'Star Wars' scheduled | Children and adults can travel through the far reaches of space and engage i  I .......... laser warfare at this week's film, sponsored by the Associated Students of  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1982 Eastern Washington University.  .....  -7 D A Star Wars will be shown Nov. 19 beginning at 7:30 p.m. in Showalter  r-.,v,. , ..... tl Auditorium. Admission is $2, with children under six years admitted free.  REFRESHMENTS SERVED _ On Nov. 20, the record-breaking movie will be shown free to children at 12:30 ]_ .......... ,^,^ p.m. in the PUB 2nd floor lounge. Besides the film, a magic show will be  1705 Second 5L ,,vy, ,,, presented where children can learn some tricks at a workshop with the  ..... magician. Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, no film will be shown next week. _ .... [ " I [ l '""'" I Thanksg,v, ng Buffet I / / ! 00,:00a00 00:00,m rll D I= K! 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