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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 3, 1965 Yule Flower Show Draws Local Folks ,Many from Chen',ey attended the Holiday Showcase, a Christmas shov md bazaar s'porsored by Spokane district of Washington Federation of G'arden Clubs, in the Daven- port hotel Monday and Tues- day. Displays of decorations, foral arrangements, table set- tirs ,stud decorated Christ- trs trees were shown on the mezzaniIe and in the Eliza- bhma ,and Marie Ante)incite room@. Many from Che,ney attended irmimig Mesdames Earl Mos, Elmer Buob, W. S. Ber- nard, L. lartin, E. L. Dles, William Mobs, Elsie SchraMt ad A. B. Cutting. This s a widely patronAzed show and garden clubs eater many ar- rangements for pces. Mrs. Polly Mill Jtdd, Mrs. E. L. Powers, Ms. W, Skillmn, Mrs. ordol Berg- ren, Mrs. G. Bletcher are a ew of the e(mamittee heads workin a he event. LODGE NEWS The Rebekah lodge w have a pinochle pretty Saturday, Dee. 4, at 8 p. m. at tte IOOF h. REBEKAHS A the Rebelah ]0od,ge mee{- trig on Wednesday, Dec. 1, in the IOOF heal p{ans for he J..arm.'a in.sta'$1ation were nade and he welfare 4(ma- tron o the Home. Family Reunion At J. F. McConnells Recent guests ,at the h, ome of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Mc- Oonnefl 'and family and Mr. aa'd Mrs. Delbert E. McConnel and sons of Reno, Nev. WhEe in Cheney, Bi, ad Dol went elk hunting in th.e Yakima area with their two brothers of Cheney, Jim and Don McConn,el,1. Mrs. Wilham McOonn,el stayed with her :mother-in,law Mrs. John McColmel], while BI was huning. Mrs;. McCoy- nell ,alo visited with her fth- er, Charles Brodin of Moses Lake. Mrs. Dolbert lVfc(onell vis- ited with cber paents, Mr. and Ms. Joh, n Rouse of Spokane. She. ,ao visited he sister in Kennewick. They returned to Ren, o 1,as We chnesay. BLESSED EVENTS A ,six pound, nine on,ce daughter, Sondra Jeama, was born No. 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ford of Fairchild air ,#orce base. Maternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Leon, rd Prentice of C#eney. I.IBERTYS TO SPEND 3 YEARS IN GERMANY 2rd ,Lt. and Mrs. Larry P. Liberty and rant an, Mich- ael, have arrived at Hanau, Crelmny, wkere he las been assigned far three years. Mrs. Liberty is the former a, net Lee WilBams. Bth are grad- uates o,f EWSC. day lfight included Mrs. Will- iam Bryan, Mrs. Ted Edett, Mrs. George Brown, Miss FAea- ner Oriard, Mrs. E*hel Ryan ttarry Meyers. TWENTY YEARS AGO A busess change of usu- 1 interest took lae arly this week when Norman i-ove of Cheney, ,recemdy hrae af- ter our years of ravy service TEN YEARS AGO in fle South Paei', ,became Frcis ,and Cora Iuel, manager of Potlalzh Yards conservation farmers of the Inc., staxedirg Oscar F. Steig- Soutlvaest Spe ,kane 'S Con- ledex whe has been mana,gex sn 'dJrict, were h,on- the past few months. I-Ime was ored at he sixth ,aram ree- with Potkateh Yards for five agrdtion banquet m, Be,ling- yea before the war, serving barn Nay. 5. three years in Chemy and two -Ms. Francis J. Sdmdegg has in IAnd, been ap0d a member of At an impressive duble the board of clir of the irg eeremrony in he Feder- Sl0olne county Uv.ited Cru- ated ohureh oR Seem'day eve- sade for a term of three years, ning, Nov. 25, .Miss I-Ien Sire has been gona drive H,ade, daughtar of Mr. and ollirr-nn kn Oheney for the MIs. J. W. oge, beeze he hree yea. The drive is bride .of I-avold Banks of Dav- ,spomored ,here by the Tilicnm enpart, Iowa. chub. Callers at the Sawn Webb The weather hxm Nov. 16 home to visit Carol We*bb oe,r througl Nov. 21 varied be- tlm ]oldys ncMded Mr. and tween a ow of nine degrees Mrs. F. H. Moran, Jack Ed- en fihe 15th to kig of 33 on ddns, WflIard Bernard, Bill Nay. 18 rd 19. A otal of .59 Reter, Kert ltc}fe, ttmTy inelms of rain Was recorded Mntague, Ted Webb and Mrs. d ur'mg the week. H. Klehaer. Sehmitt was ected pasi4ent of the ,ony 4-H Prices 20 Year Ago eltb  week. Caal Franz Felgers Coffee, Ib ......... 33 vs en vies preaklealt, Fresh Butter, Ib ................. 54 Latllra Schmitt ca'eqay and Sperry Flour, 25 Ibs ..... $1.15 Arleae Sdhanitt reporter. Winter Pears, bskt ............. 39c Prize wnaers a the Altar Mixed Nuts, fancy, Ib ..... 49c o0il;y ,l:ffaocle party a{ur- Mazola, pint ...................... 29 6erber's $1rained Baby Food, ........ 10 Ior 95c Del Monle Chunk Tuna ...... 4 tins 88c Taslewell Margarine ....... 6 Ibs. $1.00 Banquet TV Dinner 3 for 1.00 GROUND BEEF 6 pounds ..... Triple-T Boneless Beef Stew ...... $1.00 lb. 58c Fresh Stewing Vegetables .. ib. 5c GIBSONS THRIFT STORE PLENTY OF PARKING OPEN 9 TO 9  .       t  t I MR. AND MRS. KENNETH BLEEKER Karen Werhan and Kenneth Bleeker United Nov. 12 Miss Kaven Louise Werhan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har- old E. Werh'ar of oute 4, Spo- lane, became the bride of Kelmeth Garry lqeeker, s, on of Mr. and Mrs. arry P. Bleek- or, ao of Route 4. We,riding vows were ex- clmn,ged Friday, Nov. 12, in the Marshall Cemmumty church m a cd,],e,light cere,mny pez- formed by the Rev. Rcard J. Larqhear. ,Mrs. Larphear was file ar- ganist arid Rick In,heCar the soo'mt. The bride, give in mar- riage by .ler father, chose a ]mzg sleeve kace gown with sweeCbeart neclwe and an overski2t of lace mad a rtfffle of tuIle edgirg the fmn over- skirt. Ths ws accented wih a beautiful cabbage r of lace. The back skirt cn of tiers of nt and hace u,ffles. Her Savedish crow of ad pears with a "drp of Aur- ora Borialis in the center was ,at%ached o a veil of il,si(m. tier bouquet, n orUhid to.r- sage and slmn'ling of white flws, was .atta.ehgd :o a rb- ben ,heart. ..... Mrs. Roy Mortlock, matron of hrmr, wore a gree tro- cae gown and Mss J,on Dn ea, maid of hnr vore a pStel yellow bcde. Their bouquets we r carsagos o ribbon ,hearts. Kaymnd BIeeker was best man aad Govd',on Beeker ws an attendant. Members of Star At Sprague Affair Mr. and Mrs. John Va Bru'nt, patron and " Inatr of ]arflm ehaer OILS, mzd a group f the members attertd- ed the OES "honor mght" fox Mrs. Mary Lee Adamson a the Hemietta chapter OES, ,in agtm, on Wednesday eve- nit, g, Dec. 1. Mrs. An,sn is a and deputy instructor of the OF, S, serving in the Spvague., St. $ohn, Harrin,gto district. Olmrs g0hg f0m C'eney were Mrs E. A. Melville, her rrmCher; Mrs. Dennis Corco'an, Mrs. D. G. Jerue, Mrs. A. B. Cutting and Mrs. Grover Cham- bers and Mr. and Mrs. Harkl Pedel fom Four Lakes. Yuletide Tea Set At Vet's, Hospital The Veterans lm1tl in Sgoka,ne wil serve the Cht- ns tea a the gift Slmp on Su,cay, Dec. 5, at 2 p. m. Do- mated gifts will be on display or guests. The Oh*eney Leg. ion Auriliaxy has d:onte eookies ,x' the 'Spolmne hos. pitla aad membem will attenfl the tea. Mrs. Fred H, presi- de.t of the Cheney Axiary, says ,gfts may still be dmat- od to tm men to use for their fami2ies. Mr. ad Mrs. Ovle Enore eterldned at ving dLrmer at their ome fr their so-in&aw ,and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim MeCrmeU and four eltldren of Ohezmy.. Local Beta Chapter Pledges Members amma Thea Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi had their for- m*l pdging for 10 new mem- bers Tuesday, Nov. 30, at the New Spokane House. The new members of Beta Sigma Phi are: Mrs. Lorna Beisby, Mrs. F1orerce Da, lzell, M. retchen Eaton, Mrs. E'laine Cudgel, Mrs. Marie ttar- vey, Mrs. Arlene Helsin,g, Mrs. Dean,tin Menson, Mrs. Maria lIoser, Mrs. Frances Neperud ad Mrs. Aan Thompson. The Cheney Beta ima Phi chapter will kold its au Ohr,strnas uetion n Dee. 7 at 8 p. ,In. in Martin I-ial ell the EWSC Campus. Methodist Dinner Scheduled Dec. 12 The Meodist church w lM .a feUov$hip pouck din- ner at 6 ,p. m. Sud,ay Dee. 12. Families wi brm,g hvt diShes ,.nd alads. The cmnmittee and Womens Society will fur- ns he other parts " of the meal gnd serve t. The edueation eommissin wE1 tave.,harge of the pro- gm,m with" fihe c 'hdven pre- sentirg their Ghristms po- graa. A Christmas theme will be used in decorations. Co- chairmen are MTS. A. B. Cut- tirg and Mrs. Ted eman. Camp Fire Group Chooses Officers The Oap Fire gro,p led by Mrs. Ted Ham and sponsored by Mrs. A1 Hskins met Tues- day evenn,g at the Hm .hme, to elect officeis, and dseuss the group name. tandicraft Wojects were pl.'armed. Elected were Diane Treks, presid,ent; Merna Ross. vice president; Miehele Colyar, secreCary; Lama Ham, treasurer; Claudia Ha,skins, scribe. Others in the grtp are Peggy Bean, Vicld Sharp, Led Bonk, Mary os- enzweig, Diane Sired,berg, Su- san S&an, Shirle Williams, Janice Dew, Lard Mrrmv, Peggy Cox. CLUB NEWS GRAlYDffYI2-tERS The Crrand, motheas ctub ca- the Noeilbex meeting ad will lmld the ,armual tur- key dinrmr and Christmas meetiag r Tlmrsday, Dec. 9, at he lmme of the president, Mrs. Mary Madciux. There will be exchange of gifts. SEWING CLUB The Lakeview sewing cub will hald a pouck lneheml meeting and Christnms party Wecnesday, Dee. 8, at the home .of Ms Be Wuhl. New ..fieers leeed are Mrs. Louis lalk, pveskient; Mrs. Emer Tiedt, vice presi4et; Mrs. El- mer MarSh, seereSary-treasur. er. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower were Thanlgivig dimaer lmsts on Sa,rday, Nov. 27, for I their sondn4aw and daughter, Mr. ,aTd Mrs. R. L. Jonson mxd I e "'hiiren and Mr. awd Mrs. I tIman O. Jensen of Spokane. 1 CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN %he Christian ehurch will observe Women's day at the morning services on Sunday, Dec. 5, at !1 a. m. with Mrs. Merel tlod of Spokane as guest speaker, To,ic "Fur such a time as this." The di- re,ctors will bold the monthly meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 7, in the church at 7:30 p. m. Women's Felto,wship ChrisCt- lnas meeting and party is set for 2 p. m. Thur'sd,ay, Dec. 9, in the church. A special ,carol service will be held ,at the Mehodi,st church on Sunday, Dec. 5, with emphasis on carol sin,ing in the morning services at 11 a. m. ADVENTIST The Seventh-day Adventi. church will kave as a se,ciM speaker Merrill Brown on the opic "oly Spirit." He is a graduate of WSU and direcCxr of Pathfinders of the {cal I c.hu, rch, Which meets in Betz I s,chool at 11 a. m. Saturdays. EPISCOPAL The Women's Auxiliary of St. Paul's tpiseoFal church will meet on Thursday, Dec. 9, ,at 8 p. m. at the vicarage, ]506 5th St. The month,ly meeting 4ate has been chaged to the secend Th,urs- day of each month. METHODIST The MeChodist church WSCS viH hod the next regular (Christmas) meetintg on Tues- day afternoon, Dee. 14, at the borne of Mrs. Lo.d Vande- Berg. Mrs. A. W. Phiips wil'l l)resent the Christm,as story, Mrs. M. S. Jones the devo- tions. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Heideck- er have returned frown Los Angeles where they aCtended a ,course on a floor eevevin,g process. They experetced muh ,of the theavy rairfall of that 'area. E'n route home they visitod in ba V,eas, Dat'h, Vey and Oregon 1oinCs, ar- rivirg ],ate Satire:lay rdt. LT. COL. SWEGLE ON FLYING VISIT Lt. Col. Wayne Swegle froim Hill Air Force Base, Utah, was a Mond, ay overt, tSAr guest of Iris mother Mrs. Olive S,egle. Ile had brought a plane to Varchild AFB on a mission. TILICUM NEWS Evening Literary depart- ment will meet Tuesday eve- l_mg, Dec. 7, at the home of Mrs. Marion Bair. A Christmas dinner at 6 p. m. wll precede the meeting. Mrs. Elmer Marsh will provide a program of Christmas readings. Afternoon Literary will #old their Chrtmas meeng on Thursday, Dec. 9, with a party and luncheon at tle loxne ef Mrs. O. E. Johnson,. American Home de#artme,nt will meet Tuesday evening, Dec. 7, at the home of Mrs. R. E. Wooll.dridge for the Christ- mas party. The board of decors met Wednesday mernin*g, Dee. 1 at the hme of the president, Mrs. Warren We,storm, an. Reu- Line bus.iness was conducted and state contests discussed .and entered. NANCY JOHNSON VISITS Miss Narmy Jolmso , fresh- man at Central Washingon State College at El'enshurg, spent Thanksgiving ho,lidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt John'son, and sisters, Maryalm arm Jermy. MASONS TO INSTALL SATURDAY EVENING The public in stallati, on of of- fleers of Temple Masorfie lodge win be held Sa,turday evening, Dec. 4, at 8.  inter- ested rpersons, family and friends ,are welcome. A recep- tion will follow. Mr. a#d Mrs. Warren Wes, terman ntcl children were Tlanksgiving dinner guess of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crocket and chldrea near Plaza. Others j,oi, rn,g the p,arty wore Mr. and Mrs. WI- bur Crockett, Roa,lia, Mr. and Mrs. David Neven, Slolane, parns of Mrs. Westerman. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. ,and Mrs. Clark rla'n entertained as Jng diner guests their son family, Mr. and Mrs. Merriman; gran.dson and ily, Mr. and Mrs. Tim man az.cl two etfildre,n Terry Merriman. Mr. and Mrs. Pete bach and her two Paul and Herman Howe Thanksgiving dinner of their son-in-law and ter Mr. and Mrs. Morris ens in Spokane. Mr. a:nd Mrs. Mi$o jined tbeiT daughter and families or 4ay for a ami]'y dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Mio lall Jr. sons Jeff, Tim axed Spolane. Mr. and Mrs. Earl tertakmd with a day dinner at their home their son Howard of ,,aicey, their daughter family Mr. and Mrs. Buob and Date, Mr. and Howacd Buob, East Mr. and Mrs. Hersey Medical Lake; Clara Norma #antz, Cathy Evelyn Moos and John of Spokane and Mr. Moos' cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Joln of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. DI and family enteained Thanks.giving dinner Mr. Mrs. Dan Logsdon of On Sunday their guests John M. Bronze, with cas Imler and daughters and Dris from Colfiax. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer entertained as Sun@ay Ra],ph Pickle and sn fon Sunnyaide. PINOCHLE , PARTY IOOF Lodge Hall Sat., Dec. 4, 8 PRIZES REFRESH Sponsored REBEKA A wonderful present f0r(alm0st) every member of the family O O ! "Our "take home a phone for Christmas" plan it easy for you to surprise someone with the gift of all. We'll do the installing afterwards. A# I while Christmas is a time to think of othar=, should be noted that an extra phone in the will make life more pleasant for you, too. 8o, our office .today and choose your gift a variety of decorator colors. " : Cheney Telephone HEIRESS OF TIME "A' Tells time and date at a glarce. 17 Waterprodf.* Self- winding. Stainless case. Shook-resistant, Luroinous. White $59.95 3 DATE KING "PE" fl A watch no rdan can esist.  jewo. 408 1ST. ST., Tells time and date t a " t glance. Waterproof.* Self-wtndin g. Shock- resistant. Yellow. *when ease, crown a $69.95 are intact.