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Thursday, November 25, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 3 24 at East- School third floor, at 7:30 Friends of the p.m. w, Nov.27 lgfrom 29 at 5 from 6: 30-8 , W. 111 Lake. at 9 a.m. from High School sale begins. 7 p.m. in library this week CASCADES pictures and the North for the person "Mountain disease which is by a trip into the NEW DI- OUR a primer for COming decade author future. A NEW THE DYING : in Eng- gaining accept- These essays the dying and can be eased and human SUCCESS: l Gurley Brown: just about any help with, be it listening, and on ! KIN(, by Called "the un- of the late-night a candid WRITING by beef from Was tile first IOnal Beef Cook accord- CowBelles. Ratatouille ltion of ground zucchi- and Swiss shells and her efforts, award money. from 49 other of taste, and prize was Okla., with featur- jalapeno , represented Cook off. tier Reef Casser- tde with beef Y, topped with 'Ark 00iJl n and )n of [J[i Cards {i fts l ter for Cheney Cheney-Medical Lake Rotary-meets at noon in the Elegant Egg. Recyling--Wren Pierson Building from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Entertainment-a "nooner" in the PUB multi-purpose room from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. Women's Center--Jim Marshall, asso- ciate professor of physics, prepares Rouladen (german Beef Rollups). Held in Hargreaves Food Lab at noon. Wednesday, Dec. 1 Medical Lake Kiwanis-meets 6: 30 a.m. in the Eastern State Hospital cafeteria. Cheney TOPS--meets 6-7:30 p.m. at Salnave Elementary School. Circle K-meets at 6 p.m., third floor PUB. " Library--story time at Cheney Library, 10:30 a.m. Basketball--jamboree between Cheney, Medical Lake, Lewis and Clark and North Central begins at 5:45 p.m. at Medical Lake High School. Concert--EWU Music Ensemble's annual Christmas concert begins at 8 p.m. in the PUB multi-purpose room. Street fair--Christmas street fair featuring local crafts will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Phyllis Whitney: the author, one of the most successful fiction writers in the world, presents a practical handbook on tested methods and techniques and tells would-be authors exactly how to sell their own novels and stories. WILLARD SCOTT'S THE JOY OF LIVING by Willard Scott; an auto- biography of Willard Scott, weather- man of "The Today Show" on T.V. The author gives a bouncy, down-home look at his life. Entertaining. PATENT IT YOURSELF! by David Pressman: how to protect, patent and market your inventions. TIlE DESTINED HOUR by Barbara and Barry Rosen: the story of one family's ordeal during the Iran hostage situation in 1979 and 80. KIDNEY DISEASE: TIlE FACTS by Stewart Cameron: directed toward the person who has kidney disease, his family and medical and other workers who help patients with kidney dis- orders. COMETS: With Haley's Comet due to approach Earth in 1985 and 86, this book should prove to be a valuable aid in your understanding of the phenome- non of comets. Pictures and graphs. TRAVELING AROUND MT. ST. tiELENS by Dan Youra: a unique booklet showing viewpoints, camp- grounds and other interesting sites nearby; it includes an emergency directory for a tour of the famous Washington volcano. Biggers, Lords wed in Spokane Julie Biggers and Douglas Lords, both of Cheney, were united in marriage Nov. 6 during a 3 p.m. ceremony at the Westminster Congregational Church of Spokane, the Rev. Otto Jonas officiating. The bride is the daughter of Ray and Violet Biggers of Heppner, Ore. The groom is the son of Delano and Bernadette Lords of Casper Wyo. Soloists for the ceremony included Sandy Lords, Fodie Short and Dwight Newberg. The bride's gown, featuring rose-patterned lace, had a high collar, an empire waistline, a sheer bodice and a long train. The veil and flowers were made by the bride's mother. Maid of honor Nanette Biggers wore a deep-burgundy dress. Bridesmaids Patty Markham and Teena Tamura both wore dusty-rose dresses and carried flowers, also made by the bride's mother. Jeff Farkas was the best man, with Jeff Lords and Jeff Sayre being groomsmen. Ushers included Doug Boole and Wes Lords. A reception followed the ceremony at the Elks Lodge in Spokane. The bride, a graduate of Omak High School, currently is attending Eastern Washington University. The groom graduated from Chas-Russell High School in Great Falls, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Lords Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Halverson Halversons to celebrate 50th Club/Social News The children of Arthur and Esther Halverson, formerly of Espanola, will host a reception Dec. 5 in honor of their parents' 50th wedding anniversary. The event will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. at the West Deep Creek Grange Hall, located on Hwy 2. east of Reardan. The couple, now residing at 8402 E. Liberty in Spokane, were married on Jan. 16, For sale 1933 in Spokane. Children are Mrs. Roy (Joy) Anyan of Spokane and Mrs. Dwayne (Carol) Paul of Cheney. The Halversons also have five granchildren and two great grandchildren. The couple requests that there be no gifts. photo by Sherm Blake Three-year-old Shawn Quinn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Quinn of Cheney, shows some of the apples now being sold to help fight the battle against child abuse in the Spokane area. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmm Beef 'n' Ratatouille Tort 2 cups sliced mushrooms 4 medium tomatoes, cored and cut into thin wedges 2 teaspoons basil leaves 1 teaspoon salt ' teaspoon pepper ' 2 Baked Pastry Shells* 3 cups shredded Swiss cheese Parsley sprigs pour off drippings. In another large 2 Imunds ground beef chuck 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 2 ta blesl)oons oil I CUl) chol)i)ed onion 2 large cloves garlic, minced 4 cups z-inch cubes pared eggplant 2 medium green peppers, cut into thin strips 2 cups thinly sliced zucchini Brown beef in large frying-pan; trying-l)an, heat butter and oil; add onion and garlic and cook until onion is translucent. Add eggplant, green pepper and zucchini. Cook, stirring conshmtly, about 5 ntinutes; reduce heat. Stir in mushrooms and tomatoes; stir-try several minutes. Stir in beef, basil, salt and pepper. For each shell, sprmklc  ._, cup cheese on bottom of pastry ; spread '.,, beef mixture over cheese; top with 1 cup remaining cheese. (Filled pastry shells may be refrigerated or frozen at this point.) Bake in hot oven (400 degrees) 15 minutes. Garnish with parsley sprigs. 10 to 12 servings. Note: May' be prepared a day in advance, refrigerated and then heated in hot oven 14(10 degrees) for 25 minutes. If frozen, heat 50 minutes. *Baked Pastry Shells 2 cups flour '% cups plus 2 tablespoons shortening I teaslmon salt 4 to 5 tablespoons ice water Comhme flour and salt. Cut in shortening until mixture resembles coarse meal. Add water, I tablespoon at a time, until mixture leaves sides of bowl and forms a ball. Divide in half and roll out into two 12-inch circles. Line two 9-inch flan rings, two 9-inch quiche pans or two 9-inch pie plates with pastry; trim excess pastry from top edge. Prick pastry on bottom and sides with fork. Bake in preheated very hot oven (450 degrees) 10 to 12 minutes or just until pastry begins to brown. mmummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm CHENEY CITY LIGHT CUSTOMERS LOW INCOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE is available for eligible Cheney City Light customers. Assistance includes weatherization and emergency financial aid. "_'l:][lli For more information call: 235-8431 The Gamma Theta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Nov. 16. Becoming new members during the Pledge Ritual were Sharon Lauber, Jo Lauber, Diane Weber, Glea Trulove, Fay Massey, Virginia Sperber, Terry Diaz, Shawnna Stockton and Kitti Stewart. Eleven members attended the holiday bread demonstration at the last R.N.C. thmtemakers meeting. Those who wished did their own thing with dough provided and took the baked product home with plans for special occasions. ()filters for 1983 are: Rilla Bland, president, Gerladine Bradshaw, vice president: Martha Calvert, secretary; and Hattie Tiedt, treasurer. The Dec. 16 meeling will be at the Elegant Egg at noon. Roll call will be Christmas ideas. Members are asked to brig cookies for Lakeland Village and donations for the (?mnmnity Center Food Bank and the Cheney Care Center. 'Hamlet' auditions set Auditions for the Eastern Washington University Theatre winter production of "ltamlet" will be held in the Theatre studio, room 201, at 7 p.m. Nov. 29 and 30. There will be memorized auditions lor the leading roles of Hamlet, Ophe- lia, Polonius, Claudius and Gertrude. One must have a prepared audition ready in order to be admitted to these sessions. For all other roles, open readings are being held on Dec. l and 2. All auditioners are required to attend these readings. Everyone is welcome to audition for this play, with 24 roles available. For audition material and any further information, contact Dr. Boyd Devin in Theatre room 208 or call 359-2229. Devin, director for "ttamlet", re- cently directed Eastern's production of "Godspell", which ran last fall and toured the Orient during this summer. "Hamlet", is a classical Shakesperian tragedy, which will be presented in a contemporary fashion. The play is !cheduled to run in February and March. GET YOUR FREE LOTTERY TICKETS at AMY'S! Nov. 26 to Nov. 30 one free ticket with a purchase under $20 ,,two free tickets with a purchase of $20-$49.99 three free tickets on purchase over $50 (TOTAL PURCHASE NOT INCLUDING SALES TAX) Offer good on first purchase only OPEN MONDAY b FRIDAY EVENINGS TIL 9 P.M. AMY'S BOUTIQUE 504 First Cheney, WA II I I NOTICE We will be closed Tuesday, November 30, 1982 for inventory. We will be back Wednesday for a new & better year for all of us - we hope! GET READY FOR THOSE COLD & SNOWY DAYS AHEAD Snow Tires - New & Recaps Antifreeze Insulated Coveralls & Gloves NEW WINTER HOURS Self Service Store Sun. 9:00-6:00' Mon.-Sat. Mon.-Thurs. 7:30-7:00 8:30-5:00 Fri. 7:30-9:00 CLOSED Sat, 8:00-9:00 SUNDAY GRANGE SUPPLY 118 Union, Cheney f Apple sales help fight child abuse The Washington apple takes on a new significance this week as it teams up with the Children's Home Society of Washington in a battle against child abuse, according to Cheney-area repre- sentatives. In a statewide campaign, the 86-year- old child welfare organization offi- cially launches it's sale of finely- packaged gift boxes of Washington Delicious apples for Christmas giving. Children's ttome Society of Washing- ton, a statewicle United Way agency, boasts over 400 volunteers, including state trustees and the local northeast branch board members, who comprise the 1982 Apple Corps - the group of individuals charged with selling the holiday gifts. Paul A. Bastine, chair- man of the Spokane branch, announced that the Cheney area representatives include: Louise Rivard, 235-8709; Roberta McNeal, 235-6704 ; and Christie l,ee, 235-g2P,4. Cheney churches ('heney Christian Church Cheney Community Church 525 5th St 3rd El" Pine 235-4841 Corner of 5th t D Sts. SUNDAY Services: Sunday School 9:45 a.m, Bible School 10:00 a.m. Worship Hour 11:00 a.m. Classes for all ages, Evening Bible Hour 7:00 p.m. Morning Worship and WEDNESDAYS Comrnunion 11:00 a,m. Family Night 7:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Youth Claire Richards, Pastor Meeting 6:30 p,m. 235-6825 Choir Practice Sun., 9:15 a.m. John Myers, Pastor Phone 2358368, 2354148 United Methodist Church of Cheney 4th and G Streets 235-4600 Church School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 am. Nursery Care Provided Gregory K. Jackson, Pastor 235-4940 Cheney Baptist Church 2nO Et Oakland SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 am. Morning Worship 10:55 a.m. Training Union 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m. Pastor Robert Thomason 235-6400 Cheney Seventh-day Adventist Church 1 mile north on Highway 904 Sabbath School 9:30 am. Saturday Worship 11:00 am, Family Night Wed,, 6:30 p.m Pastor Larry Unterseher 235 6000 2994925 Cheney Assembly of God Meeting at Marshall Campus Center, Fourth Et F Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m Evening Service 6:00 pro. Call about Mid-Week Service Duane Thomas, Pastor 235 5247 Cheney Church of the Nazarene College Access Road SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 am. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Choir Practice 4:45 p.m. Evening Worship 6:00 pro, INursery available for all services) WEDNESDAY Adult Bible Study 7:00 p,m Teen Bible Study 7:00 p.m J C Pults, Pastor 2356621 Terry Cummings, Associate Pastor 235 8993 St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church Sixth and Annie Place Masses: Sat. 5:30 p.m. Sun. 9:00 8" 11:00 a.m Holy days (as announced Confession: Sat. 4:00-5:00 p.m. Father John Oosterrnan 235-6229, 8388069 Emmanuel Lutheran Church 639 Elm St. 235-6300 Faith Center Sunday School 8:45 a.m. Foursquare Gospel Church Worship 10:00 a,m. 216 6th Class for Adults 11:15 am. Sunday 10:00 am. Pastor Philip H. Maakestad Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Worship for Students 11:30 a,m. Steve Perry, Pastor . 2354402 Campus Pastor Larry Meyer United Church of Christ 423 N. 6th 2354193 Adult Fellowship Monthly Church School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Nursery Care 9:45-12:15 The Rev. Harold Bodle St. Paul's Episcopal Church Corner 7th t C St, Holy Eucharist Church School 11:00 a.m. (Babysitting provided) Rev. Cayl Marsh 235-6150 235-4969