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Pa, ge 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, November 19, 1965 GARDEN DISPLAY SET NOV. 29-30 The Holiday Showcase of the district of the Inland Em- pire garden clttbs wil be ,held in Spokane on Mo.ndaS' and Tuesday, Nov. 29-30, in the Daverpart hotel, its theme, '"lhe Sounds of Chrismas." Ex- amlles of table settin,gs for various occasions w' also be sown, Ohristmas trees glR- ed .and decorated for nante, tables, dors and are dis- pays all in the arie Antoin- ete ,room. Gifts and greenery dsplays wi be on tle lcony. The public is invited, tick- es may be purchased at the door. Mrs. Germ L. Wilams is greral chapman and all the garden clubs in the Solvaae dstrict are taking part. A :large number of former club nmmbers of Oheney will at- tend. Church of Christ Annual Fall Bazaar This Saturday The United Ohurch of Christ Women's Fe,loavslip will hold its a.n,nu,al fall bazaar Saturday, Nov. 20 from 11 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. at the church, 4th and streets. The event cmaxes a year of wrkshops by members who have completed ma.n. home- made ,gift items such us art, needScraft, handicraft and gourmet foods. Sandwiches, coffee and doaxg 'lmuts will be sewed all through the day. Local Folks Attend Amateur Hour Sat. Amorg those from Oheney artrating Sigma Kappa Sigma Boys' Gha'b"s annual Amateur Har at Upger Coktmbia Academy ,Saturday evening were: lVlrs. Frances IArrdbevg, Mr. arm Mrs. Wiarren Got- @on, Mr. nd Mrs. Merri Brown, Mrs. Hard Brvn and Miss Irene Van Horn. Serious music, music v4th gs, ad novelty were the :gups competing for the go'arid prize. Jtlges, Mrs. Jones, Spokane pano teadaer, Mike Cdvll, Stmkane N. C. li, gh sottool's music sa, and M. Rtith Ahadingev, Spo- lne vioe teacher, amied the  to Doufr Reoch from the NoveRy gvouo for hs read- irg, "Rindeveela." The Spo- k, arm judges commertded the selmol or its time t. Knife and Forkers Hear Utah Speaker members f the Knife & Fork clb attended tlm ",dianer at the Davenpt htel on Moliday, Nov. 15. R. L. Evans, a Mormon boadcast- er and author al member uf the board o/ the Uive'sity ,nd Utah BlilglaTfl YDI,ng U1- ivesty, was the spefler. Go- ing from Cheney were Dr. aI Mrs. L. VmxieBe,g, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dales, Mm. H. N. Strov.ah, Mrs. Jean Gardner, Mrs. I-iaold EJeiner awd oth- es. Rebekahs' Charter Ceremony Honors Josephine Liedloff At he Royal Neighbor ltdge meeting eR Moa,d, as, in the Legion h,a the charter was draped in memory of Mrs. Jos- ephine Leidlff. Plans were made for eec- tion at the next meeng plus a Christmas potluck lunc!heon and exchange of gSfts, at the home of Mrs. A. B. Outting. Fo]iowing the meeting Mrs. Irma Corfley took tle me,m- boys to the Co'llege Irm for a Thanksgiving dessert party. Susan Siegel to Wed Dan A. Andrews Mr. ad Mrs. Kichavd M. Sic- gel of Sparta, Mich., armounce the engafrement of d,aughter, Miss Susan Jean, to Mr. Dan Austin Adrews, son of Dr. arid Mrs. J. Austin An- drews of Cheney. Mss Siegel is a gradu:ate of and is presently teaching in Wermtchee. Mr. Andrews is a sophomore in the University of Wasn.gon School of Med- icine and a member of Pl Chi Medical Fraternity. The wedding will take place in June. Legion Auxiliary Ladies Bring Gifts For Vets Hospital L eo ,aux:l:iary members brought Veterans: Gift S,hop item, s to its evening, Nov. 10 meeting. They will be delive,r- ed in time for the C hristans tea ,on Dec. 5 from 2 to 4 p. m. Money dormtions weave made to the Meal welfare, Americana Lake lospital, nd poperies were ordered for the annal sale next spring. One thousand fhg lapel pins for .scoal ehdren on the "Show Your Coors" Frjeet xre ordered and reports made on the child health din-, ie and other business was trmmated. Refreshments cm- Heted the evemng. Methodist Concert Drew Big Audience The Medy singers concert of hyrmts ad sacred m'sc ,hem in the Methost CtmrCh Sun, day evening w' wl at- teaded with 190 persons pres- ent. It ws spoaored by the charh youth grou9 who held a reception with desseat atter- vtard. Mr. ,artd Mrs. Ke,neth Glkay were 6ireetors in charge. Student Members Guests at Vicarage St. Paaal's Episcopal EWSC stu,'eaat members weer eater- taired at the vicarage on Tues- dar evening with Rev. and Mrs. Enfield Hbbard as the trusts. A buffet dirmer was sen'veal foB]owed by a ge- aqaiuted hur. Ow Thday the  hdies guild met at the ,home of Mrs. ,Robert ones for a devin hur and regul meettag. Used Car Specials! Come see the Great Selection of Used Cars at the Friendly Corner at First & G Streets. -- HERE ARE SOME FORD SPECIALS -- 1965 CYL., 3 SPEED MUSTANG 1961 COUNTRY SEDAN, V-8, A. T., PST. 1961 GALAXIE 500 FORDOR, V-8 A.T., PST 1959Galaxie 500 Town Sedan v-e. A. T., PST ................. ,00,s.0o 1957 Fairlane Fordor V-8 3 Speed Transmission ...... $345.00 CHEVS. 1963 NOVA Sport Coupe, 6 cyl., A. T. 1961 BELAIR Fordor V-8 A. T. CHRYSLER PRODUCTS 1964 DODGE DART, GT, Real Nice 1963 VALIANT 4-Dr., 3 Speed. $1195 1959 DESOTO 4-DR. HARDTOP 1950 DESOTO 4-DR. SEDAN 1963 Ford Falcon, 1 owner, low mileage 235-4564 SEE JACK OR IVAN 235-4409 Cheney Motor Co. t LODGE NEWS REBEtCAHS The Rehekah lodge sponsor- ed a public pinechle card par-! ty on, Saturday with 12 talbles in play. Score, door and a traveling prize were awa:rded. Dessert and coffee completed the evening. The next card party in the series will be o Dec. 4 ,at 8 p. m. in th IOOF hall. JOB'S DAUGHTERS ! The Job's Daughters bethel wgl meet on Tueoday evening, Nov. 23, m the M.'asonc tem- I ll:e, .and Itonored Queenlect P, atricia ISair will discuss her officers: ,and the instaation o.f officers ,sated far 3 p. m. Dec. 19. SLIDE SHOW SET AT METHODIST CHURCH Cor slides of Hawaii wi be shown by Dr. Loyd Vande- Bea'g in the Methods church en Su.nday evening, Nov. 28, : at 7:30 p. m. which ts open to .............. the public. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Orlob The Methodist church yo,uth ] roups held a skating party I .on Thursday afternoon, Nov. CHARNELLE McCALL, MILTON E. ORL.OB ], in Spokane and werelUNITED IN CHURCH RITES NOV. 13 joined by the youth of Rock-. ford Methodist church. Forty i Miss Lois Charnel'le McCall im]d Milton Emmert Orlob attended and returned to Che- ney for a chili feed. Directors were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Galloway and Dr. ad Mrs. Ray Rice. CHURCH NEWS NAZARENE A Thanksgiving union ser- vice on Thursday, Nov. 25, at l0 a. m. will be held ill the Nazaa'ene Chrch and all may were united in marriage at 3 p. m. Saturday, Nov. 13, in the United Church of Chris:t with Rev. PhHlip Eisenlmuer o- ficiating in the ca,ndelight, double ring ceremony in the presence of 200 relatives and friends. Baskets of yeHow and bronze mums decorated the eharcel of he Church, fhnked by tail ca:nd'elabras o,f ta,pers. The bride, given in, mrriage attend, by her father Keneth M;cCal, }wore a white fl!oor leaTh EPISCOPAL I gown of hadw face and net On Sunday, Nov. 21, the[over taffeta, fashioned with a Episcopal church will hcl its I long sleeved fitted bodice, the Thanksgivi:nfr services :at 11 a. I bou,faazt skirt tiered o,ver a m. followed by Holy Coaman-I'aet ,rif$e. The bou:ffant sh, otfld- ion. I der length veil was attached On Thanksgiving day at 10to a pearl medallion, ard she . m. members will take paa, t Cahill. Mothers' Dress Described Mrs. McCall wore aln orange brocade sheath dress with a beige hat a.nd acceso.'ies. The L, rktegroom's mother, Mrs. Lloyd Martin, wore an emer- ald green chantung dress with brown hat and accessories, and bath bad corsages o,f yellow .and bronze mums. Grandmoth- ers of the couple, Mrs. Ernest McMiHn and Mrs. W. J. O- lob, had corsages of taurus. At the reception in the church parlors, Miss Donna McMih.n handled the guest book and Miss Judy M,cMfllan had carge of gifts. Mrs. Jea,n Mcitlan, aunt f the bride, and her d, aughtar Carol cut and served the tiered wedding cake which she made and dec- in the uni>n services, joined by all churches at the azar- erie clmrch. METHODIST The Metlmdist c'h,ua'eh wom- en's society will hold its nex mee'.th or Dec. 14. In the me'nttme on Sunday eye,in,g, Dec. 12 ,a fellowship dinner and Ohristmas program will be held for amies in the ehuch with e Wme's so- ciety "m clarge of the seing and decoPa.ting of tables. BIRTHDAY DINNER r. nd Mrs. 1o Bll en- t ei :ained with a dimmr party on Sunhy, Nov. 14, at their home in, celebatixm of the Mrthd, ays of Mr. Bail and a grardsan, George King of 09- p o,unity. Otlrs presert ere Mr. ad Mrs, Hazy Kirg .aM Allen, Mr. and 'Mrs. Mio: Bal.], Jr., and tlree sos of Spokane. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. C. W. Alexoder and M. OHve Swegle spent Tues- day in Spekarm ,as luneheon carried a bouqu,e of White oe buds. Maid Wears Green MMd o,f .honor Was MAs:s Bon- nie Gescbke in brocade emer- ,aad green Sheath dress. Her matelng 'lmadliece was a bow bandann. She carried a col'oMal bouqet f bronze and 3low e'hrysanthemu,ms. The haidesmds ware god bro- cade ensembles ashioned .like the maid of ,bormr's lm were Ms Then lVlcFarland and Miss Nancy Hilrr, cousins of the hrMe, ,attired in pale green sheath dresses, were GayIe and @terra McCall. Wesley Orlob ws best mm for ,his brofhor and ushers were Douglas OHab and Lo d De McCall. Mrs. throld Stevens was organist for the wedding m.u,sc 'a:rd accompan- ied the soloist, Mrs. William orated. Others Assisted Mrs. Ted McMilan 1oured coffee ,ad Mrs. Ea1 Hilton the bride's: ,aunts, served the lunOh. Mr. and Mrs. Llo:yd Mar- tin ,and Mr. and Mrs. Witard Bernard gav' the rhears dinner at the Martha .home on Friday for the wexldin pay and out of town re,htives. The bride is the 6au'ghter of Mr. and Brs. Kerme,h McCa]'l a gradu, ate of Cheaa,ey high school and Spokane beauty sltool. The groom is the son of Mrs. lltoyd artin and the late Dr. W. J. Orlb aml was i recently discharged from the army where he sewed three  years. A aaumber of prenuptial showers ,and parties were giv- en for the bride and greo m recent weeks. EASTERN STARS HAVE BUSY WEEK Matilda chaptea" OES meet in the Masordc ternlle on ond,ay, Nov. 22, at 8 p. m. :Mr. arm Mrs. J,hn Van Brtm viH preside for routine busi- mess. After the meeting curds WEATHER Max Min Pre. Thursday ........ 45 30 .02 Friday .............. 40 34 .00 Sarday ........ 43 37 .08 Smady ........... 48 38 .22 Moday ............ 45 38 .00 Tuesday ............ 46 34 .00 Wednesday .... 43 .38 .06 guesls of Mrs. E. G. West, who wiI1 he in play a,nd refresh- '  "' r s Mrs Alexander s siste . I m,o ..... . ...... ,ztts Tveu. -e,  o- Cte, Ii, G:s ;m m"&t;:d: g,h,e,r and ,f'& Mr. and lKj';:::""%.;; 7,7$% rs Tony Carpe ."  :... : ;, .... I Monday, Nov. 15. Mrs. H,tc,h vir. ann lvtrs. Jim fischer] served ..... urtesv candidate md flree ehiSdren made a re- 'as  ,,, cet vacation trip to North Da- kota to vLsa' b2is parela2ts. En route 'home they saw Mt. Rush- .move, Yelkvone park and visited relatives in Montana. M. CI Rosenzweig, vthe tmderwent sgery in a Spo- kane lmspi.tal a few weeks afro, is recupevati in the West- wood nuvsia, g tbayme "m Spo- karl,. Mr. arm Mrs. Rezeau Ptts 'from Edvtall were Suadar guests of Mr. mad Mrs. Ke ,neth Co ny and on Mondy M.vs. BeCh Smith was a guest. Mr. arm Mrs. Jim Rezena from Oakland, Cai., spent last week ere as gecs f Mr. anti lts. ROydal Canley. Art overight fishing trip to Svan dam was enjoyed last Tueschy. Mr. al Mrs. Kermeh Con- ley enertained as ,an over. night guest last Tuesday Mrs. Jim Reform of Oakland, Calif. Mr. Rezoma was on a fisng trp to Sue'van darn. Mr. mt Mrs. Joe Cobb from San Bevaardino, Calif., left Tuesday after spendilg a few days ere With her rrmher, Mrs. (lhris Bez, and attending the fmaeval of Mr.. Betz on Sat- urday. Miss Cecil Dryden, auditor of the book "Light for n Em-," spent last Thursday at the Crescent store autograph- ing tmr bok for customers. Mrs. Cra Cray from Spo- kane va.]ey was a Tuesday eve- nig guest f ,her dughter and amtly, Mr. and M. John I_,uth... Mrs. W. J. Orlob, with her sn-in4aw and daugtor, Mr. ra,rlJd Mrs. Glen Abbeglin e St. Althony, Idaho, mad Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morrel, Iso from Idaho, were weekend uests .of Mr. nd Mrs. Lloyd Martin and farry. in the inittati'on. The Vm Bru's were se,ated in a place o,f loror. Mr. and Mrs. Kermeth Gel- Mway ,attended the daee n,h a't WMte Rose chapter OES in Spokane n Monday evening, Nov. 15. They were honored guests of the as'so,i- ate matrons and patrons dnb of the I, rdand E,mpire. A din- , mr lYreceded the meei, rrg in: the banquet room of the Spo- i k, ane Masonic temNe. Anticipated Rate 41% ANNUM For Regular Savings Accounts TILICUM NEWS The general membership me:eng o,f the Tilicum club as hed in the city hall, n Tuesday Nov. 16, with the American Home depart- ment, hostess group, serving desse,rt. New members voted into rnem.bership were Mrs. Will- iam Riggs and Mrs. Dorothy Walker. Mrs. Lucile Stevens and Mrs. Eft Rosendahl reported on the Northeast distr,ict con- vent0.n held in October. Mrs. W. E. Garner reported on at- tendirtg he state safety iu the Olympia Women's club house in OlympLa on Nov. 4, as a represerttative of Tihcum. The prgram, "New Eng- l:and in the Fall," in colored slides, with music backgr,ond. ws given by Jen.nie Schultz of Spokane Valley, member of a national camera club. Mrs. Jodm Leuthan presented her :(>r the hostess department. An auction sMe of aprons, cookies, jelly and new items was conducted by Minie Rat- ctiffe as auctioneer. Proceeds ill be used for the string con- ,,etio,n to be held in Cheney and for scholars:hips. It was announced that old Christmas cards for Lakeland Village are needed; leave with Mrs. A. B. Cutting. MIKE MOSMAN BACK IN SCHOOL Mike Mosman, son of the IIarry Mosmans, w'as back in school this week following a stay in the Scred Heart hvs- )ital after sufering a sght concussion during the footba'll game with Colfax N,ov. 5. CARNIVAL GROSS AT ALL TIME HIGH Although it was n,ot possible to get a complete report for this iue on the annual Che- ney hi'h .schoo carnival last Friday, it appears that it bo,ke i :all records with ,a gros',s o,f $3,807 reported. GUESTS AT McCALLS Mr. and Mrs. Kermeth Me-[ OaH ertertain,ed as ,guests oaa Saturday .his sisters, Mrs. Es- thernetl McFarland of and children, Mrs. Mll and son and dau law Mr. and Mrs. Wil'l]am hill of Seattle and Mrs. cis Ramsey of Spokane, were here for the wedding CharneIlc McCall and M. 0rlab. EVERETT VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Howard gensoa] and chOldren, Judy David, spent l'as.t with hs parents, Mr. and Nls J orgeaas, on t Everett. Check the want advs. each week. CAPRI $2SO ALSO TO $18OO Extra Assurance Guaranteed by  a D I h M O N I R I You get protection of the diamonds from the t!ng for one year, free.., plUS r, erfect center diamond teed (or replacement h,,gs ,,, ,-" ' ,, ,',,," ,hla0. SMITH JEWELERS GIVE MOM A BREAK ON Thanksgiving Day Take the Family out to Dinner WE'LL BE OPEN FROM 6 TO 6 NEXT THURSDAY Relieve Mom from having to cook for this family feast. Bring her and the family to the . . . Fireside Restaurant 809 FIRST 1965-66 Artist Series The Roger Wagner Chorale World Acclaimed Singing Group Leopold Stokowski has called the Chorale "second to none in the and Eugene Ormandy described it as "the finest chorus I have ever Its numerous recordings for Capitol have been among the industry's best I'ers for years. Mr. Wagner's programs for this season includes music from his fine albums and works that he has conducted with great success at the HollywOm" Bowl. They will range from great religious music of the past through secul choral music of the masters, to folk songs, spirituals and other airs familiar p' everyone. EASTERN WASHINGTON STATE COLLEGE Sunday, Nov. 21 -Showalter Auditorium - 8:15 p. m. Individual Adm. Adults $1.50 Children 75c l-,m