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December 10, 1965

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Page 4 Cheney Fzee Press Friday, December 10, 1965 HONORED QUEEN--Miss Patricia Hair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hair will be installed as honored queen of Bethel 17, Job&apos;s Daughters in Cheney Ma. sonic temple on Sunday, Dec. 19 at 3 p. m. The open ceremony is for families, friends and all interested persons. A reception will follow. Community Church Slates Dinner and Program Thursday There will be a Christmas potluck at Ohhey Community chinch at 6 p. m. Thuday, Dee. 16. After the feast, a txee wizll be decorated and a stlort time spent in Dible study and prayer. On Dec. 19, at 7 p. m. Che- rmy Cammamity eDarch will gsent its Christmas pro- gram. The evening witl in- elde a short dramatic presen- tation by the young people, entiled "Tle Great Messiah." Tlere w aso be a mca'l ske-h wih nrraton. ,arvt Robbea,o alto slokst; Gene ls, baritone soloist; d Tim R, obbersn, terror soloist, combme as n emaembl with Gary lAsebee as mrrar. The small chil- dren wffi be given the charme to say Oha%tms pieces hes, have memorized. A Frog Press gift sttbscxig- tion is like a big letter from home every week. Advance Night Set By ,Martha Chapter Marha ctmpter OES will o,b- erve a, dvanee nAffht on Mon- day, Dec. 13, in the IVan,sonic temple at 8 p. m. Kenneth and Charlotte Cralloway, associate paon and matron, will be hon,ored guests, ao,ng witch Inlad Empire srociate club. IAzm officers will advance one stato arid iniate a class o,f eandidates. The business meeting will precede the cere- m, onies. A reception will for lw :in the dining room, using ,a Chistmas theme a:nd spec- iM program for the h,oored guests. JAY HOLLIDAYS ON BUSINESS TRIP Dr. and Mrs. Jay N. ttoltb day Sr. are leaving Saturday for a business arid pleasure trip to Los Angeles. ThpAr pSans are to stop in Daker Ore., and Fresno, O., on bttsiness and visit friends in L. A., Vetura, Santa Barbea and Fresno. They pl,an t,o re- turn begere the Christmas lM- iays. Holiday Entertaining Is Easier Here! Whether you are planning a dinner for company or planning a party for the folks at the office, your enter- tainment can be delightful at the Fireside Restaurant. Stop in . . . reserve your date . . . discuss your menu. We can serve you anything you wish. Groups from 2 to 100 are welcome. (Closed Christmas Day) Fireside Resta00Utant 809 FIRST 235-4420 I III I I III II JEWELERY THE BEST Star Past Matrons Christmas Affair Held Monday Night "wer, ty-five past matrons of Eastczn Star met Mo2day eve- ning fo,r a dinner and Christ- mas party m the asanc temp,le. Danrr hostese,s were Mrs. Mron Bair, Mrs. Dennis Cior- car,an, co-chairman, Miss Fief enee Rue and the Medames N,oian Brown, E. A. Melville, Herry Chase, George Brown and H. PendieIl. Deeo,raons o,f evergreen, holty and Christ- m,as candles centered the table. A Christmas tree and exc'hge of gifts added to the OC caslon. Hi, g% ,se#ool students Jim- mfm Holmes and Sy,tvia Ma,nzo sirgirg with Jan Ma, stme as c- eompanist presented s.ogs and humurous 'numbers. Mrs. Har- ry I-lamp,ton presided 0r th,e I business meetings and read[ a delightful poem. It was voted [ to assist in Chris:mas gLUts for I the Obene,y n,ursing home, and to serd greetings to shut4nl mem:be#s. The next me etin,g 411 be in February with Mrs. Paul Jeffrey chairman. TILICUM NEWS Evening Literary depart- ment of Tilicum club hem its Clristmas dirmer and party at the home .of Mrs.  ,ari'o Bair v4h a potluck meal. C hrist- mas evergreen and candles were the decorations. Mrs. El- mer Marsh presented the pro- gram by readirtg the "Ttales of Christmas, Far and Wide" nd "Gifts of Christmas." It was voted to assist .at the Che- ey Nu,rsing Home for Christ- mas welfare. International Education wilt h, oM tleir Chirstmas party on, Dec. 16 'at the h'ome of Mas. D. G. Jerue ,at 1:45 p. m. A p,rogmm and dessert is plan- ned. It was voted to send casla to l'oel welhre funds fr Christmas. At the last meeting at Mrs. Ernest Harr's the gen- eral membership meeliag of the cu,b was dseussed mad plammd. It will be on Jan. 20 in the city hall. Ms. A. B. Cutting preseated the ,logram en eentmT as- .gmnt of federatkm h'r- i.eal shriners Which are projects o li the clubs. Pine Arts will meet Mod7 even. g, Dec. 13, at the lme of rs. Floyd Cook with Mrs. afeared  ,assisting and seing a OhrLstmas dessert. logam will he ,a review of hristnms thr lands and gift exclmge. Plans wil he comgleted for the annual atmsms treats to golden ge men in Cheney. Hardieraft delartment will ald its meeting on Tu,esday everfin, g, Dec. 14, at the hme of Mrs. Earl Hoes. The aurn- inum trays project will be con- tin,ned ,,and Christmas gum drop ees made. The devora- tmas aaul dessert will e,p'ha- size C ,hristmas. America Home departmen held the Christmas meeting at the lmme of Mrs. Warret Westerman, club presMent, en Tuesctay evening, Dec. 7. Mrs. R)obert Wolldridge and Mrs. CHURCH NEWS 1 C ItRISTIAN The Christian churcih will 1 observe Bible Sunday on Dee. i 12 with the sermon at 11 a. m..on "the Bible ,and H0  to Use it," by Rev. Donald Ross. A large display of old and un- usu'al Bibles will be on display in the church. JET-SET CANDIDATEMiss Cheryl Lovell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lovell, is one of 10 candidates vie[ng for the title Miss Jet-Set 1966 of the Spokane Hockey club. Miss Lov- ell, a 1964 Cheney high schoo.I graduate, is employed in the advertising department of J. C. Penney stores in Spokane and is a Dresden model. She is sponsored by the Air National Guard. The winner will be crowned Jan. 23 and will promote hockey game attendance. Newcomers Group To Hold Party The EWSC Newcomers group will hod a potluck sup- per Sturday, Dec. 11, a the Cle,rmy City hall. The social hour will begin at 6:30 p. m., with supt>e,r at 7:00. After sp- per members of the group will perarm in a t, alent show, with George Allen as master of ceremonies, Some of the performers are Barbara Whiten, a vLoainist wth the Spokane Symphony, Richard Boyd, guitar, a wmn- an',s sigin, g group accompan- ied by Dawn Cheney, and oth- ers. Jean Green (235-4174) N in charge ,of arrazgements for the show. Icluded in the N, ewcomer grotp are EWSC faulty mem- bers vch.o have be: here less tb2an tlree yea,m, and their h,usban,ds, wives oa- gues:'ts. After the supper and tale rt sh, there will be dancing and a eonn,ued soia ,lour un.til 12:00. )vmer members of the Newcomers group are "invited to &e talent show at 8:15 ad to the oeiM hour Mea'ards. GRANDMOTHERS The Grardrn,others ctu,b met ith the preiden Mrs. Mary Macklx; f a tm'kW dimmer on ThtWsas', Dec. 9, with a hge ad'ane. Afterwards a rgifft eehanNe was ,held win a Ohritmas pragrmn. MERRYMAKERS SLATE MEETING The Merrymakers club wl meet Thursday, Dec. 16, fer dirmer nd a gift exehaage at the Otto Schmidt residence. LODGE NEWS REBEKAHS The DWYC club of the Re- bekah lodge will hold a ]'unch- 'on meeting at the home of Mrs. Hen,ry Rudotf with Mrs. J. J. Wilcox assisting at 12 noon (m Dec. 15. Each member itl bring a can of fruit juice for he mrsin'g home and a gift for the patients a the IO- OF home in Walla Walh. Rebelah lodge will meet at 8 p. m. Wednesday in the IO- OF hall for the Christmas par- ts' arm business meeting, a des- rt ,arid program will be held a,fterwards. No.ble grand elect Mlargaret Dare will discuss plans for the installation in .f,anaaary. METHODIST The Methodist church will hold their children's Christ- mas pr0tgr*am foil, owing the fellowship dinner at 6 p. m. in the youth center. Mrs. E. H. Wa,goner, Mrs. Darl Brooks, Mrs. VandeBerg will be among the directors. A CIristmas sea- ting of lighted tree and ever- greens ad candies will be ar- ranged. The fellowship dinner spon- sored by the WSCS will be a family affair with families hot dish and sands, the committee and WSC'S fur- nisNn.g the other items. Mrs. Mae a.n Scoyoc, we,s,dent, and Mrs. Ted Freeman and Mrs. A. B. Cutting had charge of the dinner. PEO Luncheon Attracts Many Mrs. Marcia Ken,ny of Spo- kane was guest of ho,n,or at lhe PEO luncheon meeting last week. Twentydive members were present. The meeting vtas held at the ]rome of Mrs. L. E. Patmore. Co-hostess or the luncheon was Mrs. Raymond W:hitfield. Mrs. Kermey repo,rbed on her attendance and proceed- ings ,of the PEO supreme con- vent}era held in Atlantic City in October. FORMER FREE PRESS ED. TO MARRY IN JANUARY Nell Parse, former Cheney Free Press editor, writes tlat he will be married n Jnary, 1966, to B,arber Setby of Sal- e.m: Ore. His new address is 255.5 El- lis Ave, N. E., Salem, Ore. You eat* fin<l it in the elaaslfted. c Get Your C ,ristmas Trees from a Boy Scout at Gibson's Store FROM 1:00 TO 6:00 FOR DELIVERY CALL Elvin Salter 235.6539 Dean Swegie 235.4754 F. J. Schadegg served desse. Peekages were wrapped to serM o Medical Lake 1atien fr C ,htmas. RELIEF CORPS TO MEET DEC. 11 Pmilies of General George wrigkt Woman's Relief Corp No. 8, Auxirry to the Grand :ONTEST AT EDGETT'S i eo Army 6f the Republic, Inc.,  COME 1N TO OUR .STORE AND GUESS [wili participate in the amlu,a,1  ............... ,, o c,r AND' _ _ . J Christma,s lu,nchen and gift  THE l, dumurt or rt, ...... _'l _ .J,_  _. II au * .1 . [exeha, nge to be hem Saturday otroremMaq LIGHTS ON OUR TREE 21 ,Itll'.,,.l  -I tY'B'P'-L "11" l at 12 o c'leck m the Amerman . !ll Oil Ill|irl[l ' Ibe#on al. 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