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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, November 26, 1965 RNC CLUB HAS LIVELY SESSION; ELECTION HELD Mrs. Ivy Cordill eneen,e&apos;d the RNC club in her he,me at 8 W. 5th street T'hursday, Nov. 18. Ten members and Mrs. Tiedt's grandson we,re present. Roll vail was answered with thrgs to be thankful for. The armtml pinochle party was dis- cussed but it was decided to postpone it urtil after the first of the year 'as no free date could be found earlier. Those who attended the Fall Fstival told about the crafts displayed ad the unvh which was ve much enjoyed. Offic- cas 2or the next year were eievte4 as fotkrces: president, M. Howard Buob; ce presi- dent, Mrs. ElmeT T}edt; and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. J. H. Sprier. Mrs. Luke Best and lIrs. Mary Rietz presented the esson <m "Managing Mea for To." After an explarmtvry ta*l, Beef Rice Bake, :Cat arid Appte Sal, ad with Cream Cheese Balls, arid Green and Gold DeLssert were served by Mms. Bst who had prepared the dhes to demonstrate the lemon. M,s. Ioward Bulb and Mrs. tiaold Barrett will attend the lesson on "Seleioxt and Cre of Coffee Makers and Fry Pans" Nov. 30 or Dec. 1 arid present it at the next club meeting Dec. 16 at Mrs. J. H. Spu'ier's home.  wiU be the Ckr}sma.s party with the regular gift exchange. The pro- gram for 1966 will be sched- uled 'a ths meeting also. BIRTHDAY TRADITION REPEATED NOV. 21ST. On Sun.day, Nov. 21, Mr. acd M,s. E. L. Dales entertained lr. and irs. J. W. Hedge with a birday dinner. The occas- Mrs. Hde anld Mrs. Dles, who have celebrated together each year sirme 1926. M. Marion Bah" have as lokhy guests "her s-in4aw anti dugter Mr. and Mrs. %an tvkhater nd ckildren of lelinghan. On Thaaksgiv- ing day they joined aher da,uhter, _rs. Dick &xlan and ,family, argi M. and Mrs. Havve oran far a dimr .in Spokane t the .lmme of Mr. and Mrs. Willia Kid- we, ll OES Lodge Plans For Dinner Dec. 27 At the meeting err Martha chapter OES Monday evening candidates were balloted up,on, reports given on a visit to the Mas'oic home at Zenith, by the Van Brunts, also on the Interntational Tem)le of DES in Was'hin,gton, D. C. which Mrs. An,netta Jerue visited. Next me:eting wit1 be advance nght, initiation of a class of candidates. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Galoway, associate pa.tron and mtron, will be 'honored, w[th t!he Iland Empire club o. associate matrons and pat- rons present as special ffuests. It was planned to have a fmily potluck dinner party on Dec. 27, in obserwave of the Christmas hl,ida, s. In a spit of Thanksgiving the members observed the ob- ligaon ceremony around the gl'tar. It was annun,ced that i advasce night and honor' re- cepons wR1 be held among the DES chapters in the In- land Enpre during,, the next severa,1 weeks. CORRECTION Some inform, atiot was unin- tenonlly omitted from the Charnle McCaH-MIon Or}ob weddintg story in in'st week's Pree Press. Sherrie Ortob, sis- ter of the groom, was a brides- maid arid sisters of the bride, Gaye and Gloria McLMll, were candle fighters. Mr. OrIob rec- on,ely received his discharge ater h:avig served three years in the rmvy. NAME CHOSEN BY CAMP FIRE GROUP T'he Campus sctoot fourth grade Camp Fire group adop- ted the name of Towatenya, an Irdian word meaning "willing for nyhing." At their meet- irg last wek the group talked ov6r tim ceremony 'scheduled for January. The Damp Fire leader iS lllrs. F. L. 'P0aSeliffe, Jr., and there are ,nine gins in the grtp. MRS. DALES HONORED Dr. axed Mrs. Lyold Vande- BePg enertned in honar of the hirfldfay of Mrs. E. L. Dales (m Wednesday evening, Nov. 17, :at their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dales, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stewart, Mrs. D. G. Jerue, Mrs. William Mobs, Miss : Midred French and Mrs. Fexn ValatdeBerg. COLORED SLI DES ARE FEATURED AT PEO MEETING Col'red picture s,Iides taken by Mrs. W. W. Piers>n on her recent trip around the world, were shown and narrated by her during the program per- iod of the PEO meeting. Some of the places visited were in IIawaii, Tahiti, Fiji, New Zea- land, Australia, Iron, Egypt, the Holy Lands, Turkey, Au's- tri,a, Greece, Italy, France, Spain, Norway, Sweden and Panama Can, al zone. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Wila,m Mahs, with Miss F}orence Rue asgmting luncheon "hostess. Mrs. Riclard RoDs presided at the business meeting. Job's Daughters Plan Installation Sunday, Dec. 19th At the Job's Daughters: meet- ing Tuesday evening, Pa Hair, "hankered queen-elect, announc- ed the new officers and told of plans for the open insalla- ti,on to be ,hel,d Sun'day, Dec. 19, at3 p.m. it w,as reported that the bethel lad been  h, on,ored by tavirg Nancy Weisman serve s the assistant grand chap- lain at the m:eeting for the supreme guardian Maryetta Wright in Seattle over the weekend and that Gay Swegle sang with the grand bether choir during he supreTne vis- itati'on. Re,freshmen.ts were served by the hospitMity committee "of guardian cotmcil after the meeting. ROOSES PLAN VISIT ON COAST Mr. and Mxs. chard Ros are leaving by bus Dec. 3 for Lynwood, Wash., to visit a week with their son Richard, Jr., arid family. The younger Mr. loos, a denist, invited  parents ,over to attend an. open louse in a new medical-dental bui, lding in which he will have offiee. The looses also ex- pect to visit the son grad fam- ity over the C'hristmas lmli- days. CHURCH NEWS ME'CHODIST The e.tho 'dist elmch E,lwin T. Matthews, ex- ecutive ,directow of the Dea- coness chitdren's heine in Ev- erett, in n open meeting Sat- u,rday evening, Nov. 27, at 7:30 in the ekuxh. Reorts (m tte home wig1 me made and panel tas "hel. Buffet Saturday Night Nov. 27-- 5 to 8 p. m. ALL YOU $165 CAN EAT .... CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER HALF PRICE CHRISTIAN T'he Christian elmrch Men's Feovs'hip wil meet Dec. 1 at the home of Hertry Rudolf for a Christmas pary. Attendi,rg the Christian Church men's district meeting on Monday of tat week at the Jefferson St. church were Rev. Donald Rss, Jim tNckshaw and Sak Mil- ler. LODGE NEWS REEEKAHS The Rebekah ld,ge wil meet Wednesday, Dec. 1, in the IOOF hall. Plans for the pubRe crd patty on Satur- day, Dec. 4, wi be crapleted and committees appointed. Caxd will be in py at b p. m. LEROY DITTON HOME FROM PANAMA DUTY KSPO armed in laaaTm, is home on le=ve be- fore going to iort Bragg, N. C., fr a new assignment. HIS am- ly jned lim :here at the ,hme of N_ parents, Mr. a Mrs. John Dittan, f(r the Thanksgig holidays. They expect to leave the first week Presents several weeks car' for her "Chene Is" mher, Mrs. I.oh Paul, who with Cheney school, and local news fea- tures, contests and music, 10:30 - 11:00 a. m, Monday through Friday. We're 1230 On Your Radio Dial 10:30 -- 11:00 12:30 RA D l O home Tuesday md is showing improverne. Mrs. Earl FiSh d Mrs. Rg- ex FitzgeraM of Sokae were guests of Mrs. Georg Morns Spokane at ,a coffee Imur last wek. Mr. and Mrs. Cm Rudl spent 2vaakgiving day i Sim as guests of their so Kermit Ruof and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Swgle entertained as Thanksgiving dirmer guests "her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. H, D. Mitchell, Slao- kae, snd 'his moler, Mrs. Olive Swegle of Cheney. In the evening they went to ttm home of Mr. ,and .Mrs. Del Mc- Cnlnell for a dessert and cof- fee hor. Steve Swegle, a stu- dent  the University o'f Washington, was lmme for the festivities. Mr. and Mrs. Nell tIum43et entertained at Thanksgiving dimmr r a arafiy party. Arrmg those present were I their daughter Lo Peg and[ sons of Yama, Mr and Mrs. [ John Lonthan, Mr. and Mrs. D. I TILICUM NEWS International education will meet Dec. 2 at the h,ome of Mrs. Ernest Harr at 1:45 p. m. The program on Century As- signments will be given by Mrs. A. B. Cutting. The last Maggs and two children, Mrs. Dave Williams, Mrs. Binn,a I)ummeier, Miss ranc Mas,on and other relatives from Che- n ey. ] The Eastern Star post wilt hold the Christmas meeting . . ' and droner m the Masonic hall on Moa!day, Dee. 6, at 6:30 p. ira. Mrs. Marion Bair and Mrs. Dennis Coreoran are co-chair- : men. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt, Mr. :and Mrs. Waden Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Har- o4d Pendell attended the grand reception for Re, bert Lan@o% grand associate pat- ron of DES, at Ioquiam on Sat- urd!ay evening, Nov. 2 I. T'he DWYC c$ub of Rebekah met on, Wed nesday, Nov. 17, at the he,me ,of Miss Minnie Wit- tenbaeh for a dessert party. Plates were made for the Christmas party to be held at the next meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beau- d,reau were gues!ts .o,f the son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Money, in Spokane far Tlanksovin,g din- Ier. Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Ges'hke entertained as ThanksNivirg din,er guests their two sorts and fami,Iies, Mr. and Mrs. Ern- est Geschke, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Gesehke 'and Bonnie of Cheney and Mr. and ;Mrs. Rob- e rt ReitmNer, (Janice Geschke and children of Pour Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Corfley entertained ,a Thanksging dner guests Mr. and Mrs. ArChie Baird, ,and Mr.and Mrs. Kemeth Baird and daughters of Spattgle ad Mr. and Mrs. Ron John,son a'nd three chil- dren from BeBevue. Mrs. A. B. Cutting is spend- in(g Thanksgiving lclidays in Sloka, ne valley with her d, au.ffhter Ms. Vflliam Sexton and family. A dinner for 12 was served at Vhe ,home of a niece, lrs. Jerry Paulus and family on Tlanksgivin,g day. Mr. arid Mrs. George Dyer of Posed ,rd lr. and Mrs. Nor- bert Baugh of Orrmk were weekerd guests of Mr. and rs. Ken,neth McCall. Mr. ,a,rd Mrs. John Vain Brnt joined Mr. and Mrs. I,o,rtmM Shultz of Harrngton and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Har- vey ,of Spokane for a weekend on the coast arid all attended gaad reception o{ Ease Star Chapters in Bremertn, Tacoana ad Hoquimn. They returned  Sunday. Mr. ,ad Mrs. Paul Jeffrey have moved to Spolane to make their iome. They ,have spent a large part of their married life on the farm east of Oheney, which Mr. nd Mrs. led Wilcox and family will now occupy. 'Sir. and Mrs. E. L. Dales en- tned ,as breakfast geses on Tlmnksgiving day Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd VrrdeBerg and dau,ghters nd enjoyed he pa- .to, de ,on cor TV. For the af- tearmon dnnea" they adjourned to he VandeBerg ,home where they were joined by Dr; anti Mrs. A. A. Dyton and Miss Ce- cil Dryten Mr. arid Mrs. W. Ed Gaamer, who have spent the pt 10 days at their home here and in Spokane, returned to Olym- pia Where they reside ll,f tahe yer___2_.__ ..... Only ]he Gift That Lasts Forever SONATA IIIZS ALSO TO $197S DIAMOND RINGs Keepsake ertully blends exqmsite ring design with a perfect diemond . . , a f awle ; gem of fine color and modern cut. There's nothing finer , forever. " SMITH JEWELERS meeting on Nov. 18 was at the home of Mrs. Donald Ross with Mrs. Obed Williams,on giving a book review. T'he board of directors met Wednesday morning at the home of the president, Mrs. W. Westerman, for ro]tine business. It was rep,ortea that plans for the N. E. district con- vention to be held ia Cheney are well underway. New mem- bers were approved. Per cap- ita and district dues and do,na- tions were approved for pay- ment, proceeds from the auc- tion sale at the general mc.m- bers*hip meeting will be used for scholarships. Fine Arts department mei at the home o4 Mrs. Arth,ur Beau- dreau with Mrs. Paul B:tler assisting hostess. Two guests were present. The program was on cake decorata,g with Mrs. Jean McMillan demon- stvating and instructing. She is known widely for her t.,l- ents in this field. Handicraft department met on Tuesday evening at the h,ome of Mrs. Leonard Gerber to begin the fash:ioning and etching of atumium trays. Next meeting will be Dec. 34 for Christmas decorations. The evening Literary depart- monet held ,an ea,rly meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 16, at the lome of Mrs. James Skindler. After- wards they adjourned to at- tend the general membership meeting at the city hall. It's too bad that some fouks don't have hearts as soft as their heads. We have a large stock of Used Picku 1956 1960 at attractive prices Here Are Two Examples: DODGE V2 TON, 4 SPEED ....... CHEVROLET 1/a TON AT ONLY ....... ALSO USED PASSENGER CARS 1963 2-DOOR PLYMOUTHS, Each ... $995 1962 4-DOOR STUDEBAKERS, each ............... $795 AND MANY OTHER CARS & The Auto Mart (Formerly Al's Auto Parts) ON THE HIGHWAY AT WEST CITY LIMITS PHONE 235-6258 For Fast Service on Printing . . . The Free Press Printshop Eastern Washington State College Presents U. of Arizona Woodwind Thursday, Dec. 00-8:30 p. m. Showaiter Auditorium Program" March Quintet in E Flat Ada:o - AlJegro Adagio Menuetto Rondo John R. 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