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Page 4 Oheney Free Press Friday, November 27, 1964 ENGAGED--The engagement of Miss Elizabeth (Betty) Jeav Thomson and Earl L. Hilton, Jr. was announced by her par- ents, Dr. and Mrs. Duncan M. Thomson of Modesto, Calif., for- merly of Cheney. Both are students at the University of Wash- ington. CLUB NEWS t Elizabeth Thomson, R N C " [Earl Hilton Jr. "Mrs.0000rlBrook00entertained Tell Of Engagement RNC Club&apos; --Thursday. She was I Dr. and Mrs. Duncan M. assisted by Mrs. Clrles Proc- Thomson of Modesto, CaKf., tor. A report of the pinochle formerly of Cheey, a,noce party was giver, .and a vote of thanks extended to Mrs. Spul- er far the use of her home. Mrs. L. C. CrdiU, Mrs. Hov- .ard Buob, Mrs. Luke Best and Mrs. J. H. Spuler attended the County Council meeting at the Inland Power & Light buig N€. 6. I,t was deemed o con- tribute gifts ,for Lakehnd or the State ospital. These gifts slmukl be wrapped, ,lheled and brought to the December meeting. M. Proctr was re,elected president and Mrs. Sputer was re, elected secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Spuler presented the les- son on "Holiday Hoitat" and Mrs. Cord2]1 prsented the one on "Holiday Decorations." Both lessons were very inter- esth-tg with mew ideas. The next meeting will ,be the Cristmas party, Dec. 17, at the ovne of Mrs. L. C. Cordill with Mrs. N. A. CordiB co-hostess. There wi be aR exclm1ge, Year books will :be phned so oll cI1 information shotCkl be ready. DWYC dub of Retmkal plan a Christmas party in early December at the ome of Mrs. Mi:lo Ball. GRANDMOTHF-JtS Grandmothers Ctub held its annual Thanksgiv urkey d4nner Thursday fternon at the home of Mrs. Mb_a Stude- ma. Assisting were Mrs. Roy Lotte, Mrs. Rose Smith, Mrs. G. Cameron, ,Mrs. L. Franz, Mrs. ary M.addux and Mrs. J. Loeken. IfltEVIEW" Imlmview Sewing ctub will meet Dec. 9 at the lmme of Mrs. Neff Humbert for a no- trust lureheon and Christmas gift exvhange. TILICUM International Education de- partment will meet on Thurs- day afternoon a¢ the home of Mrs. D. G. Jerue in pce of the Cutting home A program on "Housing for the Elderly" will be presented by Mrs. Louis Falk. Ph,ns will also be made for the Christmas tea Dec. 17. .Fine Arts department will meet the evening of Dec. 7 t the home of Mrs. Michael Mil- ler ,at Four Lakes. A program on Ch¢istmas inspirations will be given by Mrs. S. Spaeek. bLrs. George Fisher will he the assisting hostess. Ihndicraft department will meet Dec. 8 .at the home of Mrs. EaH Moos for a project of Christmas mitt bookmarks. Mr, and Mrs, Robert Heyer amt children spent Thanksv- ing in Odessa with her sister, Mrs. Ben Meyers. Others ging ,here were Ray a- 'mLnvan foam aml Mr. and Mrs• jo.nn v Brunt. KATHRYN ANN MAUTZ South 607 Mar, Spokane, Wstington NOTICE TO CREDITORS lo. age6 In the Superior Court of the State of 3rashington for the (unt of l.kan_e In the Matter ot ae stte o A] C. CARR, dec.east',ha t the under- lattce is herey gven. signed ha been Executrix of the above estate in tnm our anal has qualified accordingly, and that all per- sons having claims against ssid de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, wlth necessary vouchers, upm* the undersigned at South 607 Monroe Street, Spokare, 'ashington or upon Kathryn Anu Mautz the attorney of record at South 607 Mom'oe Street, with proof ot suen serw * the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth (Betty) Jean, to Earl L. Hilton Jr., son of Mr. ,aad Mrs. EarI L. HiRon, ttoute 5', Cheney. Miss Thomson is a 1963 grad- uate of Cheney High Sclmol and attends the University of WasMngton, where she is a sophomore in mathematics. She  a member of W-Key, sophomore wumen's service honPary. Mr. Hilton, a 1962 raduate of Cheney tIgh School, attend- ed Eastern Watr, gto State Gollege or two years. He was a member of Intercollegiate Knights, men's service honor- ary, and active i,n student gv- erment. He is presently a j,tm- for a the Un, ivevsity of Wosh- iugton majoring in sociology i and advertising. He serves as assistant advisor ,at Lander Hall. No date .has been set for the wedding. LODGE NEWS MASONS, EASTERN STA/t, Masonic Lodge and Eastern tar members will hoM their aBrmal joint dirmer party Dec. 3 at 6:30 p. m. in the CRy Hall. JOB'S DAUGHTERS Job's Daughters met Tues- day evening in the Masonic TempIe. Queen Ruth Bell con- dueted the proficiency test for Frances Hale, Lind Ray, Anne Goodwin and Nan Ste'mer. Plans were made for the ini- tiation of candidates Dec. 8. Installation ceremonies are set for Dec. 20for, Jennifer Jor- dan, 'hortored queen, and her officers. MARTHA OES Martha chapter OES met Monday evenmg in the Ma- sonic Temple. A memorial ser- vice was held for Grocer Chambers and Mary Newton. ROYAL NEIGHBOR Royal Neighbor ledge voted to hold a potluck luncheon at the December meeti with .an exchange of 50c gifts. The bus- iness meeting will incl, ude elec- tion of new officers. REBEKAH John McBeth, senior at Mead school, ws a guest speak- er at the joint meeting of the IOOF and Rehekah lodges here Wednesday evening. He is one of 36 high school students sport, scrod ,by the lodges of this area to study the United Na- tions. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. PhiRps enCertained as Thanksvg guests their son .aml aRly, Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Philips and three sons of Moses lake. They were joined for dinner by Mr. and Mrs. E. L. DAes and Mr. and Mrs. Don Cuer and son. of he Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington, within six months after the first publicatior of this otice, or they will be forovor barred. Date of the first publication of this] ntice is 27ti day of November, 1964. Kathryn Anr Mautz Executrix of l the above estate• t Kathryn Ann Mautz Attorney I South 607 Monroe Street ] Spokaze, Washington. I (Nov. 27-Dcc. 11) mm WILLIAM H. RANDALL 422 Symon Bldg., spokane, wuh. _ NOTICE TO C]EgDr]rO No. 7823e In the Superior Court of the State of Washingto in and for the County of Spokane. It the Matter of the estate of HELEN WRIGHT FOX, Incompetent. Notice is hereby given that the unaer- signed has bee a.plied Ehardla of the above estate in this rt ann has qualified accordingly, and that all persons havin claims against said Ir competent are required to serve claims, duly verified with ncessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 422 Symons Bldg., Spokane, Wash., or.upon William H. Randall, the attorr.y ot recoru a ms office at 422 Symons Building, Spokane, Washington, and file such claim with proof of such service in, the ofice of the clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington, within si.x months after the first publicatlo of tniz nouce, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this n<)tiee is 27th day of November, 1964. Harold V. Johrson Guardian of the above estate• William It. Randall Attorney 422 Symons Bldg•, Spokane, Wash. (Nov. 27-Dec. 11) m NEWS BRIEFS J Mrs. Chet Shepard &pent the J weekend in Millwood as a] guest of her daughter, Mrs.] Cal Henderson. On Thanksgiv-) ing Day she was a dinner guest' of her son, Charles, in Cheney. Mr. :and Mrs. J. P. Gruber went to Spokane Th, aksgiving as guests of their son, Tom Gruber, for a family dinner. Dr. and Mrs. Larry Jerue and three children, Mercer Is- land, spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs. D. G. Mrs. Wayne ChastMn, state )resident of the Federated Vomens clubs, was honored guest at Tilicum club meeting Thursday evening in the City tIall auditorium• Mrs. Stanley Pierce conduct- ed the business meeting and welcomed distinguished guests. Other officials were Mrs. Hor- ace Thomas, state correspond- ing secretary; Mrs. Or,a Wyn- koop, state sewing ehairnan; STATE WOMEN'S CLUB PRESIDENT VISITS CHENEY TILICUM CLUB group .and served dessert from a lovely table featuring brass items from Iran. Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Bail served at the coffee and tea urns. Six large framed pictures, awards to the club on fine arts in past years, were exlb- ited and tables of awards cer- tificates were on display. 'Longest Day' Coming To Pix Jerue, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. A. B. Cutting, state divis- Jerue. They attended the Uni- I ifm chirrn n ,r,,,tl ..... ersity of Washi gt, a d JMrs j p Gruhr .hcdr,hin • l ........ ' ......... at'r" WSU game in Spokane Satur- • l commttee for te state, and day afternoon. In the evening] the rrortheast district president, mrs. jerue an, a ner guests l Mrs W A Lund, with several were buffet dinner guests of of er officer" Mr€ Mils RH Mr..and Mrs. Richard Evans chairman of public affairs, Mrs. in Opportunity. John Louthan, division chMr- Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ball e- man in conservation, and Mrs. tertained with a Sunday break- Ernest Harr, community ira- fast at their home for Mr. and provement chairman• Mrs. Mrs. Bob Knesal, Seattle, and Chastain spoke on, "Federa- Mr..and Mrs. Harry King of tion, Its Values and Pleasures." Opportunity, with 16 present. New members elected to the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hilton and club were Mrs. Winfield Hub- children entertained at a faro- bard, Mrs. Donald Ross, Mrs. fly Thanksgiving dinner for Ktheryn Sbdler, Mrs. Ed- Mr. ,and Mrs. Ernest McMillan, ward Rosendal ,and Mrs. E. L. Mr. and Mrs. Ted McMillan and Bartlett. Mrs. Louis Grafious children, Four Lakes, Mr. and was reinstated. It was reported Mrs. Ken McCa.H and .five chil- that Chamber of Commerce dren, Oheey, and Mr. and Mrs. portfolios will be printed in E. L. Hilton. December. Mrs. Conrad Lauff Lillian and Harriet Hall en- chairman of the sewing con- tertained as Thanksgiving test for club women and high guests Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Ms- school studen%s, reviewed rules gary from Wenatchee. and applications for se,verat Mr.-and Mrs. Jim Grier en- persons who will take pat by tertained a,s Thanksgiving making a dress and modeng Dr. Charles S. McCoy, pro- dirmer guests their son, De- it .in April and Mad. fessor of relgio  higher ed- waine Grier, and family of Spo- Internatiarml Education de- ucation at Pacific School of R,e- kane. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stifler partment was the hostess ligion, Berkeley, Ca.lif., will ,and son spent Thanksgiving in speak at Eastern Washington State Colhege Tuesday after- Spokane at the home of Mr. ing dinr, er guests their chfl- ]loon. and Mrs. Lawrence Monague. dren and grandchildren, Mr. A Dan, forth Visiting Loctur- Joining them were the par- and Mrs. Vernon IGatt and two er, Dr. McCoy wi speak on ents of Mrs. Montague, Mrs. daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Rich-"Paith and Learning." i Siffler, Mr.  Mrs. Harry ard Bryceson ,and two son of ,His talk will be at 1:30 in !Petrick and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Spokane, Miss Barbara Bryce- tl EWSC Hall of Sciences Stiffler. son and, Mr. and Mrs. Robert auditorium, ,and is open to he Mr. and Mrs. Merl Stiffler Andersor of Cheney. public without chage. entertained as Thanksgiving Mr..and Mrs. Richard Ash A U. S. Navy veteran of din'er gusts their son, Bill entertained as Thanksgiving World War II as both a fight- Stiffler, and family of  din.nor guests her mother, Mrs. ing man and as a chaplain, Dr. kane.  Jennie Thompson, and SiSsy. McCoy :hts written prolifically Mrs. Da:my 'Farrington of Miss Hazel Tlmmpson, for distingshed journals and ReBton is a house guest of kane, and an aunt, Mrs. Ida religious 15li,btieation,,. He is Mr George- P_4xvn this week. Griffith, Medical Lake. ] author of the book, The G- She is"a former Cheney resi- Mr. and Mrs. MRId Hle[pe I on Campus: Rediscovering dent. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Conley en- and Frances spent Thanksiv-lEvngelism in the Academic ing in Spokane for a family[ Community." tertained as Sunday afternoon!dinner with his sister, Mrs. guests Mr; and Mm. Rezeau: L. W. Gruerhagen and family, Plotts of EdwaU. and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gruen- Contemporary Art Mrs.:A. B. Cutting is spend- ing theThanksgiving holiday hagen Jr, Other rehtives at- Presentation Set tended from and Co00ax Tuesday At College in SpoIne with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kyle Pugh, Cheney, Will Sexton and Mrs. D. B. and M Mrs. Jim Stobie Brothers. ........ of e are spending this Mr. ,and Mrs.'ill--an Jen- weeefl'at" Portland, Ore, sen entertained on Thaksgiv- with friends and relatives. ing for their son, R. L. Jensen, Mr. d Mrs. David Tareski ad family of Spokane and Mr. are parents of a son, Matthew and Mrs. C. E. Boer. David, born Nov. 10. The 'bby Mr. and Mrs. Roydal Conley weighed nine pounds and nine spent Thtksgiving day wth ounces. He has two brothers their son, Dr. Glen Conley, and .and one sister. family in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Conley accomps, nied CHENEY HOT LUNCH them. Monday  Turkey-rice soup, Mr..and Mrs. Richard Roos toasted cheese sanvieh, apple returned from the Coast early quarters, cherry pie. last week ater a two week Tuesday -- Fried chicken, visit with their son, Dr. R. ,thpe d potatoes, himmering Roos. On Nov. 21 their house salad, apple muffins, apricots. guests were Mr. ,and Mrs. Lynn Wednesday -- Pizza, green Peck .of Seattle and Mr. and beans, fruit tray, peanut but- Mrs. Clark Frasier of Loon ter bars. Lake. Thursday- Banie-weinie, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Swegle carrot, cbbage and msin sal- and four children spent ad, chuck wagon bread, fruit Thanksgiving day in Daven- cup. port ,as guests of her sister. Friday  Oven fried fish, Mr. and Mrs. HRvry ,Bryce- td beets, cole slaw with son entertained as Thanksgiv- croany dg, cortbred, peaches. "The Longest Day," World War II film epoch, will be shown at tile Pix Theatre Sun- day, Wednesday and Thurs- day. The first-run film, which features 42 international stars, will be shown at 4 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday. T,he theater will be dark Monday and Tues- day, n,d the film will be sh.own again Wednesday .and Thurs- day at 7:30 p. m. Among the stars in the "Longest Day" are Richard Burton, Mel Fevrer, Henry Fonda, Robert Ryan, John Wayne, Sal Mineo and Edmond O'Brien. I Danforth Lecturer Will Visit EWSC The second of a series of program, on contemporay art will be presented by the East- ern Washington State College art department Tuesday eve- ning in the Hall of Sciences autorium. Starting at 8 p. m., and open to the public without charge, the program will feature a 3'0- minute film, "The Americans," showing three p¢ominent American painters, Av- ery, Hans Hofmann and Jack Tworkov, at work. Five of his paintings wit 'be displ, ayed and discussed by i Robext Hanrahan, EWSC as- sistant professor of art. Joe Daughtery, another EWSC as- sistant professor of art, will moderate a discussi'on o Han- rahan'.s paintings. I PATRONIZE YOUR • ADVERTISERS * W00D-BURNING .K/1/tag Jnn da/e Remodeled Top of Sunset .Hill On Highway 2 SPECIALS Wiener Schnitzel, Saeurbraten, Vienna Steak lgow--a new, automatic wood-burning :home heater that lets you dial your heating comfort. Needs fueling just twice a day--remove ashes just three times a month, lXlew, modern console styling. World famous Siegler quality construction and exclu- sive features• See it NOW at EDGETT BROS. Cheney, Washington DALLY LUNCHEON SPECIAL 95€ Family Prices on Delicious Seafood • Fried Chicken • Western Sandwich • Tasty Ruben Sandwich Cafe may be reserved for your group dinners and meetings Open 6 a. m. - 10 p. m. - Closed Sundays Hilltop Inn Caf e CHURCH NEWS _METHODIST The Methodist church fel- lowship dinner will be held Dec. 6 at 1 p. m. in youth cen- ter of the church. A Christmas theme will be carried out in the musical program and dec- orations, which will be s.pon- sored by the women's society of the church, who will fur- nish dessert, rolls and coffee. Families are requested to bring hot dishes and salads. CHRISTIAN Christian church members [.are invited to ,attend the meet- ing sponsored by the Men's Fellowship Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Rev. Oscar Cooper, representative from the Northwest Beaver- ton home {or senior citizens located at Beaverton, Ore. The church board of direct- ors will meet Tuesday Dec. 1 for the monthly meeting. The Women's Fellowship will provide and serve the din- ner in the City Hall for the Masons and Eastern Star members Dec. 5. Mrs. Wilson Cree ,arid Mrs. E. A. Melville are in charge. 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