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Page8 Cheney Free Press Thursday, December 9, 1982 EWU exercise Old.aries c00ass slated A co-educational exercise, "Macho- Charley Edward Corley Longtime Cheney resident Charley Edward Corley, 94, died at the Cbeney Care Center. Memorial services were held Dec. 1 in Spokane, with Rev. John J. Meyers of the Cheney Christian Church officiating. Corley was born April i0, 1889 at Cbeney to Henry Winfield Corley and Rosetta Combs Corley of Cheney. He attended school at Lance Hill Harmony, south of Cheney, and Cheney schools. On Dec. 22, 1909, he married Gracie Beulah Frederick at the Christian Church P_arsonag_e inCoeur dlAlene, Idaho. The couple resided on their 1,000 accumulated acres west of Amber for many years. He and his wife were successful wheat and cattle ranchers. He was a member of the Amber #597 Grange at Amber for many years. Three children were born to this couple on their ranch: Kenneth Edward Corley of Vancouver, Alta Jessie Corley (Franz) of Cbeney and Elva Fay Corley (Edgerton) of Portland. Corley sold his Amber ranch in 1955 and nearly retired, but bought a 160- acre hay and cattle ranch near Elk, WA. Due to his wife's illness, he then moved to Spokane in November of 1964 and lived there until his wife's death on Dec. 9, 1966. He then resided in a nursing home in Spokane and was moved to th Chenev Care Center shortly after its grand opening in 1979. Corley was preceded in death by: his wife, Gracie Beulah; four sisters, Veffie V. Corley, Leila M. Corley, Wanda Corley and Mary Essie Corley; and two brothers, Ranson W. Corley and Andrew J. Corley. Survivors include his three children: Kenneth, Alto and Zlva; one brother, Lemuel Corley, of Cbeney; one sister, Nona Corley of Bellingham; six grand- children; 15 great grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Della Lee Services for Della Lee, age 87, were held Dec. 3 at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Cheney. Mrs. Lee passed away Nov. 29 at the Cheney Care Center. A 50-year resident o( Cheney, Mrs. Lee was a member of the Royal Neighbors Lodge, the Grandmothers' Club and the St. Rose of Lima Altar Guild. Her husband, William, who passed away a year ago this past July, was the owner of Lee's Suit Shop and later Bill's Tavern in Cheney. Survivors include: her son, Fran Lee, Spokane and grandson Richard Lee and great grandson Jason Lee, both of Cheney. R.L. Beasley R.L. Beasley, age 70, passed away Dec. 3 in Cheney. A retired painting contractor, Beas- ley is survived by: his wife, area Beasley, at the family home at 205 N. Fourth St., Cheney; one son, Ted C. Beasley, Pullman; three daughters, Carolyn Beasley, Spokane, Martha Cleveland, Spokane, and Barbara Gunther, Kennewick; one brother, Henry Beasley, Texas, two sisters, Nell Burton and Beulah Eakins, both of Texas; 13 grandchildren; and five great grandchildren. Beasley was a member of the Grand Coule Dam Masonic Lodge #120 and a life member of Painters and Decorators of America. Funeral services were held Dec. 7 at the Memorial Chapel of the Jerue Funeral Home in Cheney-with Rev. John Myers officiating. Interment was at Spokane Memorial Gardens. At Your Ubrary Want to get into the Christmas spirit? Just come to the library Saturday, Dec. 11 from 1 to 3 p.m. for the annual Trim the Library Christmas Tree Party! Bring a homemade (or commercially made) decoration for the library tree. Place it on the tree, then help yourself to refreshments provided by the library staff. Caroling is encouraged! Bring the whole family I The Teen Board meets Dec. 11 at 11 a.m. High school and junior high school students are welcome to come to the library for the Teen Board. The group, sponsored by Mrs. Daugherty and the Friends of the Cheney Library, gets together twice a month (on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month at 11 a.m.) to talk about books, movies, records and other things of interest. It's a small, friendly group held together by the desire to share ideas. Try it ..... you might like it ! Books recommended by the Teen Board: TIGER EYES by Judy Blume: a fifteen-year-old girl, Davey, has to cope with her father's death. Her mother, having problems coming to terms with her husband's death, takes the children, Davey and her brother, to relatives in Los Alamos. There, Davey meets Wolf, a loner, whose father is dying of cancer, and they share a very special relationship. In the end, Davey's mother gets a grip on her life and moves her family back to Atlantic City to rebuild their lives. It is an excellent book, and it should be read by anyone who gets the chance. LIGHT IN THE FOREST by Conrad Richter: the story of a white boy who has been captured by Indians and raised as the son of the chief. When he is returned to his family in Pennsylvania, he does not like the white man's ways. He finds beds too soft and a house too confining. THE LIONHEARTED by Har- riet May Savitz; this story re- volves around three people; Rennie, a pretty young girl who is permanently confined to a wheel- chair; Lee, who is having problems with his widowed mother; and Bess, a witty girl who is over- weight. These three become the best of friends, each trying to help with the other's problems. Court Relx00 Cheney Municipal Cou Judge Daniel Moggs Dec. 2, 1982 Randolph R. Heyer had o $100 fine and a 30-day suspended Sentence deleted for six month in connection with o charge of hit and run to an unattended vehicle. Charles C. Lauff had a 180-day sulpended sentence deferred during six months of probation in connection with a third-degree theft charge. , Duone M. Potter hcl O third-degree theft charge continued to Dec. 16. Deanna Smith hod charges of foiling to respond to a parking infraction and issuing checks continued to Dec. 16. Michael P, Gaffney had two counts of issuing bad checks dismissed on a moon by the c.y. Tonjo M. Johnson was fined $19 for failing to yield. Sue Ellen Mu|grove was fined $15 for foiling to stop. Kothryn Schissel was fined $|5 for failing to stop. William R. Sweeney was fined $43 for speeding. Keith A, Andenmn wa fined $25 for foiling to stop. Paul J, Chapman was fined $45 for speeding. David R. Craig Was fined $15 for not having any motorcycle endortemec, Billie J. Dlckenson was fined $30 for speeding. Kurtis G. Hamtll was fined $15 for failing to =top. Leona G, Harris was fined $14 for speeding. Jacob R, Houbrlck we= fined $55 for INlding. Houbrick also was fined $15 for not having hls license on his person. Daniele M. Lapierre was fined $15 for not having on operator's license on hot per'ion. Christopher J. allan was fined $15 for Ipeeding, Joo C. Pore was fi,ned $| 5 for failing to yield. Paul F, Rutherford was fined $30 for 0eeding. Mitchell D. Swenson w fined $30 for HKling. Dole R. Toltyn had o Ipeeding charge continued. Kent L. Walker was fined $25 for falling to stop. Scoff Glabb was fined  toe a parking infraction. Eun/ce reener was fined $2 for o pcwking tnfraion, Dale was fined $1 for o parking Infraction. Stacy $fioefer forfeited $5 for o parking infraction. Adel $oleh Aufgolr forfeited $25 for negligent drlvlng. Taveb AlTulrahman was iued a vttront in ConneXion wffh the charge of not having a valid Operator's license. Michael R. Anderson was ouigned 10 houri of community Service and had o $25 fine and IO-doy ulpertded Sentence deferred three months. Peggy A. $iggl hod a charge of not having o valid opIFator's Wayne T. Byers was fined $50 and had a  Sentence su:)ended in connection with a minor" ottemlting to purchase alcohol charge. 'lh W. CJeppe had chm'ges of issuing bad checks o motion by the city. Jodee Dovidson Ill connection with a charge of driving with o suspended license, Cosy Dunham was on a minor in possession of alcohol charge Tammy L. Jacobsen hod a charge of issuing bad checks continued to Dec, 16, John S. Kershinor was fined $50 in connection with a minor attempting to purchase alcohol charge. Richard KOSOpf had trial et for dec. 30 in connection with o charge of failing to relpond to o parking infraction. Chuck W, Stephens hod a littering charge continued three months for dismissal Jeffrey M. Thomas was issued o warrant in connection with a charge of not having a valid operator's license. Kha Quoc Tran was fined $15 for not having a valid operator's license. Edward G. Ugwu had trial set for Dec. 30 in connection with a charge of fairing to respond to o traffic infraction, Robed T. Turley was fined $25 for not having an operator's license on his person. Charley Berryhill was fined $25 for possession of a loaded rifle in a vehicle. Ken L. Hotrum had a charge of possession of a deer during closed season continued to Dec. 16. Sno.park permits available now The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission has announced that Sno-Park Permits are now on sale at numerous retail outlets and state parks throughout the state. The permit CoSts $10, up from $5 last year. Winter recreationists who pur- chase one are able to park in. snow- cleared lots. Through contracts with state and local highway departments, designated Sno-Park areas are cleared after highways have been plowed People interested in purchasing a permit can obtain a list of the outlets handling the permits and the various Sno-Park locations by contacting James Horan at the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, 7150 Cleanwater Lane (KY-11), Olym- pia, 98504 or calling (206) 754-1253. cize", program is being planned for the winter quarter by the Eastern Wash- ington University Department of Health, Physical Education and Athlet- ics. The ll-weck class is open to EWU students, faculty and staff for $15 per quarter. Others can enroll for $25. William Greene will lead noon classes on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. Judy Kellogg will lead classes from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Mondays, Wed- nesdays and Thursdays. All classes start Jan. 5 and will be held in the Phase II wrestling room. To sign up, contact Greene at 359-7960 or 359-7041. Charlotte Clark Diet Center changes manager Cheney's Diet Center, located in the F&M Business Complex, has an- nounced a change of management. Taking over for Julie Love will be Charlotte Clark, who has managed centers in the Spokane area for over two years. A resident of Veradale in the Spokane Valley, Clark and her hus- band, Dick, have eight children, five of whom are married and three of whom are still at home. Clark said the 1,600 Diet Centers located in the United States and Canada stress "good, sound nutrition". "It's not a fad diet," said Clark, also noting that clients are given personal- ized counseling. The new manager reported she had lost 80 pounds with the Diet Center program. The Cheney Diet Center is open, Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to noon, as well as on Saturdays from 10 to 11 a.m. and on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4 to 5 p.m. Appointments can be made by calling 235-2600. Popchock dinner planned Tickets for a chance at receiving a side of beef and other prizes still are available in Cheney at the Cheney Fire Department and the Cheney Free Press in connection with the Popchock family benefit. A benefit sphaghetti dinner Will be held Dec. 9 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Windsor Elementary School, and the drawing will be held at that time. Funds raised will help with the construction of the Popohock home near Marshall. Spaghetti dinner tickets will be avail- able at the door. Dinners will be $3 for adults, $2 for students, $1 for pre- schoolers and $12 for family tickets. Those wishing to help with the construction of the home can do so this Saturday when another work day will be held. Jan Almekinder Cheney graduate completes basic Jan R. Almekinder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart J. Almekinder of Oak Harbor, Wash., recently completed basic training with the U.S. Navy at the San Diego Naval Training Center. During basic, Almekinder was the master at arms for his company. Upon completion of his training and of the Seaman Apprenticeship School, he was assigned to the U.S. Destroyer, David R. Ray, based in San Diego. Almekinder is a 1980 graduate of Cheney High School.. Church News Cheney Comrrumity Church "The Spirit Of Christmas" will be Pastor Claire Richards' message Sunday, Dec. 12, at 11 a.m. at the Cheney Community CHurch. Sunday School will meet at 9:45 a.m. The Christmas Program, "Open My Eyes" will be presented at 6 p.m. Nancy Vacin is directing the younger children, and Paul Nutting is directing the youth. "Love Transcending", a Christmas Cantata by John W. Peterson, will be presented by the choir on Sunday, Dec. 19, at ll a.m. | | Willow Springs Station holds Employee Day Tuesday was Employee Day at the Willow Springs Station restaurant in Cheney. All day, profits-over and above the cost of the food and drinks-went to the employees. Owner Larry Smith employs some 28 people. Above, Chef Mark Hartman works on a breakfast order. At top right, waitress Glenda Con- ley, who has worked at the restaurant for a year and a half, pours long-time patron Homer Dickerson a second cup of coffee. At right, waitress Kelly Turner waits on two customers in the dining area. "1 think  it's really greaW' said Conley of the special day promotion. photos by Tom Thrun HI Robert I. Stockton, D.D.S. Family Dentistry Office Hours by appointment Monday thru Saturday 1705 2nd St., Cheney, WA 235-2900 Res. 235-6290 I II I / Back-to-back phones. The Christmas gift that is enjoyed every day of tne year! When there are two of you or more in the same home, a second phona line can be a year 'round blessing. You won't have to wait for that business call if someone else in the family is already talking. Or you may find the convenience of a second line for that teenager makes everybody happy. And now is the perfect time to give a gift someone always wanted but never knew how to ask for. Ask us. Phone toll free 235-5171 for more information Telephone Utilities of Washington Inc. EASTERN WASHINGTON DIVISION: 111 "A" STREET CHENEY, WASHINGTON 99004 An Equal Opportunity Employer ii i i ii Cheney chu Cheney Christian Church 525 5th St. Cornur of 5th  D Sts. Services: Bible School 10:00 a.m. (;{asses for atl ages. Morning Worship and Communion 11:00 a.m. Sunday Evening Youth Meeting 6:30 p,m. Choir Pract=ce Sun., 9:15 a.m. John Myers, Pastor Phone 235 8368, 2354148 Cheney 3rd Et Pine Sunday SchOOl Worship Hour Evening Bible I Family Night United Cheney Baptist Church 2nO Et Oakland SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 a.m. 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 64OO Cheney Seventh-day Adventist Church 1 mile north on Highway 904 Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Saturday Worship 11:00 a.m. Family Night Wed., 6:30 p.m. Pastor Larry Unterseher 235 6000 299-4925 St. Rose of Lima Catholic Chttrch Sixth and Annie Place Masses: Sat. 5:30 pro. Sun. 9:00 Er 11:00 a.m. Holy days (as announced) Confession: Sat. 4:00-5:00 p.m. Father John Oosterman 235-6229, 838-8069 4th and G StreetS Church SchoOl Morni Gregory K. Cheney Meeting Center, Sunday School Morning WorshP Evening Call about CheneY of Lhe so Sunday School Morning Worship Choir Pr Evening (Nursery avai Adult Bible study Teen Bible Stu' J C. pullS, Terry Cumml Emman Faith Center Foursquare Gospel Church 216 6th Sunday 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Steve Perry, Pastor - 2354402 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 235-4969 639 Elm St. Sunday SchOOl Worship Class for Pastor Worship for St. Paul's E{ Corner BeY.