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Pge 4 Choney Free Press JENNIFER Jennifer Jordan To Be Installed Queen Of Job&apos;s Miss Jennifer Jordan will be installed as honored queen of Job's Daughters Bethel 17 at open ceremomes Sunday, Dec. 20, at 2 o'clk in the Masonic temple. Members nd friends are invited. Miss Jordan, a juni,or at Che- hey high school, is the dugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan. Other officers to be installed by the retiring queest, Miss Ruth Bell, are as fRows: sen- ior princess, Aane Stallmrn; yardor princess, Patricia Hair; guide, Ann CorK; ms,hal, Jill Lambex; recorder, Nancy Weisman; rex, Gay Swe- gle; Chaplain, Janet Miller; musicmn, Rosanne Gakway; li. , Jerri Charlton. The five meeseners, Renee Philleo, lariarme Johnson, Linda Ray, NanCy Steier and LauRa Betz; senior custedin, Susan Miev; junior custodian, Peggy Steiner; inner gumxl, Sherrie Orlob; outer guard, Diane Salter; assislm record- er, . Norelitm; flag brear. er, Annie Goodwin; Bethel choir, lances Hale, Mary Boots, Peggy Sue Betz. Presentatiors and musical numbers will he follced by a reception in   room. TILICUM NEWS Tilicum club .ha a number of cmmuniV] service projects for the Christmas season. The board of directors is i charge of gifts for petients at Easrn State .hpital. Mrs. Stan Pierce, president, s,id gits must be sent by Dec. 20. The Amexica Home depart- met' went to Lakehnd Village Dec. 14 with treats for the day school studertts, acting as room nmthers and providing entertainment for grades (me through five. Last moth department went to the schl for retarded children in the Westmirter Congregational cbm'ch, Spokane, with gifts of cItiting and treats. The Evening Literary de- partment lms dopted a woman patient or whom they will pro- vide gigts at the Oheney Nurs- ing I{ome according to Mes. Bair, chairman. Pine Arts departme is packing and stributing Christ- mas treats to goklen ,age men of the oommunity. Ms. L. E. Zimmerman, chairman, is in charge. rteafi'onl Educa, tion en- tertained the Afternoon Liter- ary department at a C2tristmas tea Dec. 17 at the ,h<ne of Clyde Stewart, with Mrs. James Cossalnmn  co-hostess. Miss Cecil Dryden presented a book review. Fmts nd juices were brought for a gift to the Nurs- ing Home. Mrs. MRo Ball pre- sided. The next meetirg will be Jan. 7. The Fine Arts dent met Dec. 21 t8p. m. atthe home of Mr -Pierce with Mrs. Artlmr Beadreau  iig hostess. as! paclres fur the club's weMave i projects will be nmde up for delivery. erMt department en- teethed with  ,gueSt meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Earl Maos with 20 present. FoR Christmas favors were made and a large displa? f crafts made during the year was on ehib'tRm. Cas dessert was served. Beta Sigmas Hold Annual Yule Party Gamma Theta clmpter of Beta Sigma Phi ,held its an- num Christmas party arid gift exchange Dec. 15 at the hovne of Mrs. Bill Orob. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Don Helm, Mrs. Ron Jchnsan and M. Bill Kid& The next regular meeting will be Jan. 5 at the hme of Mrs. Joe Daugherty. Frid,ay, December 18, 1964 JORDAN WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS AFFAIR WELL ATTENDED The Christmas party of Gen- eral George Wright Woman's Rlief Ccrps No. 8 was we 'at- tended. Gifts were exchanged, and Mtiss Rosemary ,Carney and Miss Dne BoRe led in the singing of Christmas songs. Mrs. Watter Berglff read an origiral poean, "Christmas Time". Hobby home fucl a home with Mrs. Roy Lotte. Letters were read from the VA hospi,tal, Spokane, thank- ing members who had assisted with the carnival for the pat- ients, and for the donaan >f a batba, obe. Svveral members '-211 assist in patient gft wrap- ping and in decorating the Ims- pital trees, Dec. 15. An open house wila be held in the lobby of the VA hospital at 7 p. m., Dec. 18, for all volunteer work- ers. There will be caroling in all wards. On Thursday, Dee. 24, .at 6:45 p. m. Spokane mem. bars will assist the hospital in distribution of gits to 150 pa- tients. Mrs. W. L. McItyre was elected presMent fr the en- suing year. Senior vice presi- dent is Mrs. Roy Itte; jum':'or vice Imsident, Mrs. Mry Mad- dux; treasurer, Mrs. FAmer Marsh; chaplin, Mrs. Port Parker; corductor, .Mrs. Walter Bergf-f; -guard, Mrs. T. C. ChrRun. P,lns were made for a card party in February. LODGE NEWS OES ADVANCE NIGHT Martba cheter OF__S observ- ed 'advance nlt on Mnday, Dec. 14, in the c temple. Mr. arl Mrs. John V Bnmt were the lormved guests with over 100 members coming from the surrmdirg towns. Carididates were initid and routine btmiress conducted by i Mr. artd Mrs. Harold Pendel, pon and matron. It was announced the Star- light ball wuld be hd on Jan. 23 in the city halq at 91 i P. m. with a five orchestra. T I is a semi-forms] affair for] members td friends. ! The next meeting will be on l Dec. 28 for a "sliest ,auction" or funds .and a regular meet- ing. ROYAL NEIGRS The loa,1 Nekbors Iode wR1 hold a no-host luncheon: at 12 o'clock in the Leg,on hall on Monday, Dec. 21. A gift ex- ckange ,and program will be held around the decorated table. A business meeting will follz)w for electio of offficem, drap',mg of the charter and re - ports with Mrs. Wi Lee presiding. AUXILIARY UNIT The .4anericn Igion Auxil- iary 'held a regular meeting and Christmas party on Wed- nesd, Dec. 9, in the Legion hall Dessert and exchane of gifts fllowed the mectitg. Dore,ons were made to the child welPare, .veterai hospital, and community peo- jects. Ma's. Ernest Hart pro.. sided. REBEKAH POTLUCK The Rehek'h ladle eld a potluck Christmas r on Wednesday evening for teir families and membem fo,ow- ed by a party. The bus@tess meeting conducted by M. Agnes 0hrlton haft reports and plans "for the instaUon of officers in Jamtary. CHRISTMAS CONTRIBUTIONS Anyone wanting to contri- bute to the Cheney Commun- ity Service Christmas fund may send contributions to Mrs. Francis Schadegg, 202 Fifth street or phone her 23S-4428. Mrs. Schadegg said there are several families in the area who can use some help. Christmas Services In Our Churches Emmanuel Lutheran Church Pastor Clair Grube Candlelight services con> oined with the Sunday school program will be held at 8 o'clock Christmas Eve. Christmas day Holy Com- munior, services will be held at l0 a. m. N\\;v Year's Eve services at  o'clock. United Church of Christ Rev. Philip L. Eisenhauer Christmas Eve family can- dlelight service at 7 o'clock. Ciristmas Eve candlelight service at 11 p. m. The sn,ior high school group will go carolling far shut-ins Sunday evening, Dec. 20. St. Paul's Episcopal Church Rev. Winfield H. Hubbard Advent hour of meditation Saturday, Dec. 19, 10 a. m. T h e Episcopal Young Churchmen and the church ,school children will present a Christmas tableau and carol sing at St. Paul's Dec. 24 at 7 p. m. White gifts for an or- phanage in Korea will be pre- sented by the children. Christmas day Holy Com- munion service at 11 o'clock. Cheney Christian Church Rev. Donald A. Ross The Cbxistian church will present the (hri'stmas program on Sunday evening in the church ,at 7 p. m. The (Ym'ist- ma,s story wK1 be told m a pageant with the chor sivg- ing special music. On Wednesday, Dec. 23, the CYF and choir members will h'ave a lmyride and sin)ging of carks about town. They will start ,at lhe Glen Dobbins ranch at 7:30 p. m., come into town to sing ,and eeturn to the ranvh for a ehiU feed and par- t, Methodist Church Rev. Howard Pitts The Metahodi. clmrch Sun- day school chsses will pveser, t a Christmas pogram on Sn- day, Dec. 20 at 3 p. m. in the church. Mrs. Sam Hatoh, lrs. Jack Kal will direct the mu- sic. Others assistig,- are Mrs. DoIbert Spear, Ma's. Dick Oanp and Mrs. E. H. Wagoner. Ev- eryone is invited. Cheney Community Church Rev. E. Eugene Ross a And Ob.tmas potluck dinner paty beginning Frkly, Dec. 18, at 6:30 followed by a Ckristms film. l ,be held. Stmay school lrogra atad young people's play Sun@ay at 7 p. m. followed by.crollm, g. Watch night serwce New Year's eve. Nazarene Church Rev. George W. Niolols Sunday school Clmstmas program Sunday  at 10 o'd,'k with Glt ,Best and Mrs. Start Hendricks in charge. Church choir Cantata and ca.eBght service Sunday evemg t 6:15 fotowed by a mas film, "Glory In The Highest" at 7 p. m. New Year's eve Watch Night service ar.d fil, m at 9 o'clock clog with midnight commun- ion services. St. Rose of Lima Catholic Father WiBi.m Bren,Ran Ohristma Eve midnight mass. Christmas day mass 8 a. m. and 10 a. m. Seventh Day Adventist Church EMer C. E. Renchler Special Chrtmas music Sb- bath, December 19. Crnm'ch School 9:30 a. m. WorShip Service II a. m. Cheney Baptist Church Pastor Amick Ch.ampe Chmch Christmas .program Sndasr, Dec. 20, 10 a. m. hrtstmas caaxl singing Dec. 20. Any confined persons who wish to ,hear the carolers call Mrs. Walr Begloff, 235-4481. PIANO RECITAL Itandy Sawyer, Romnie Saw- yer, Nancy Johns, IAnda Ismac- son, Robin d, Carolyn Camp, Helen Gayle Hezdriks acl Debbie Maxso laiano Stu- dents of Katherine Mxson entertn their mothers at a mas piano party at 2 p. m. Saturday, Dec. 19. Deluxe Fruil Cake makes an extra special Christmas Gift! $1.25 lb. Order Now LaVigne Bakery Fifth and A Sts. Cheney 235-4139 dll-18 GOLDEN WEDDING CELEBRATION--Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Geschke, Route 1, Cheney, Wash., will celebrate their S0th wedding anniversary at a reception on Sunday, Dec. 27th, from 2 to 4 p. m. at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Cheney. Hosts for the occasion will be heir three sons-Ernest W., William P. and Gerald L. Geschke, all' of Cheney. The couple were married in the Emmanuel Lutheran Church at Ritzville. They have lived in Cheney for 26 years. They have five grand- children and three great grandchildren. An open invitation is extended to all their friends. James A. Johnsons To Spend Holidays Visiting In Hawaii Dr. and Mrs. James Johnn and daughtems Diane md San. dra are leaving for Betlevuel Friday to spend a day with b_s brother-in-law and chstr, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Waev. On Sat- urday the will Ieave by plane for I-Iouotuiu to spend the hol- idays with her brother-i,n-w and sister, Capt. ad Mrs. (orgeHoward and children. They expect to be home on Dec. 30. Youths Bible Club Slates Open House The Neighborhood Bible club, directed by .Mr. and lrs. Merrill Brown eh Sumy at 2:30 p. m. at the A1 Armsh'og home, is having open house for parents .and friends t.his Sunday. Specil features ncude Mrs. Brown's story of the Na- tivity tuld amid lielike fig- ures, a Christ, raas slary by War- ren Gordian, ad memory work recitations by members of the club. During the social hour crafts nlade by the club wi be on disPmYwill'--- not he anther meetif/g until Jan. 10 at 2:30 p. m. in the Elwyn Hasse ,frame, 627 W. 3rd. All boys and girls i between the ages of six and 12 iare invited to join. Mar..and Mrs. Floyd Pink en- tertained as Tuesday evening dinner guests t'heir son and family, Mr..and Mrs. Dik Rooney and chil ,dren of Lewis- ton. CHIEF CRAWFORD AND NELLIE HART WED MONDAY Police chief Jimmy Crawford and his bride, the foener Nel- lie Hart of RictffieM are sperding their honeymoon at Richard where the new Mrs. Craord formerly resided. They were married at 10 a. m. Monday at the Churc of he Nazarene in Cbe,ey. They were attended by Mrs. George W. Niclo]s, wife of the pastor, and a friend of Mr. Craword's, a juvenile officer in Spelvane. CHURCH NEWS METHODIST The Methodist church Wam-  s society held a OAtri, "zn meeting Dec. 8 at the home of Mrs. Carl Hendricks assisted by Mrs. Francis Kuehl, Mrs. Hrve Jordan. Mrs. ttamptn .gave the devotiorts; Mrs. A. W. Phfl@s gave a Christmas hook review. Decorations were evergreen and candies. Mrs. Kuehi c0n- ducted a brief business meet- ing. The next meeting, Jan. 12, will be a l'umchen in the church. Evening circle of the Meth- odist WCS was held Dec. 15 at the home of Mrs. Ted Free- ran with Mrs. Orvel Al'len as desse hostess. The Ohristmas program was presented by Mrs. Grace Okerstrom and Mrs. Jack Kapp. A cash donation was made to the field of mis- sions. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Oker- strom, president. Officers of the afternoon circle were guests. Larry P. Liberty To Wed Miss Williams Mr. and Mrs. Orval M. Wil- li'ams of Harrington anno,unce the engagement and forth- coming marriage of their daughter, Janet Lee, to Larry Paul Liberty. The weddin.g will be held Dee. 26 at 6 p. m. in the Che- hey Methodist church. A re- ception will fotow in the ?raneis Lestcr Inn in Spokane. Mr. IAbcrtv is a student at Eastern Washington State col- l:cge. Mis.s Williams is a teach- cr at Harrington. SCOUT MtTIt4G DEC. 22 CAiF.=LLED Scoutma;ter Dean Swcgle anno.uced Wednesday that the reguIar scout meetin will not be held Tmsday, Dec. 22, due to Christmas activities. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. G. L. Nickells returned from the Hawaiian Islands last week after spending a month with Dr. and Mrs. William Force and children. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Hard- ing from Moscow, Idaho, spent the weekend with her sster, Mrs. Marion Bair. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hos- som, who are n Mexico this winter, will spend a three weeks holiday from Dec. 20 to Jan. 7, in Guterfmla. Their three .children will g wth them. The Rev. ad Mrs. Clarles Dittmar, formeey of Cheney, will occupy the H0s- som's apartments while they are away. This word wa,s receiv- ed by Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Snal, paents of Mrs. Iossom. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Garner of Olympia spent the weekend here at their hme artd wth her sister and famRy, Mr. agtd Mrs. Ted Freeman. Hugh Mitchell, who ,has been home oa leave from ls work as a banker for the govern- 'ment in India, spent ,last week here with his sister, Mrs. Dean Swegie, and family, before re- taming to India. Mrs. Milo Ball attended the dinner meet'rag of the Spo- kane County Library associa- tion Thursday evening in Spo- kane. The state president, .Miss Mitchell, was present from Seattle to discuss br0edenmg of library service throu'gt book mobiles and estallishg new libraries in eastern Washg- ton. The Christmas holiday show- case sponsored by the Inland Emph'e Garden clubs was hem Tuesday in the Davenport lin- tel. The sbew displays consist- ed of specially decorated trees, table-settings and a, ll .kinds of decorations. Among those go- ing frum Cheney were Mr. and Mrs.Walter Rupp, Mrs. A. B. Cutting, Mrs. Wlter Jomsm, Mrs. Jim Young and M,s. W. R. Bergloff. Mr. and ,Mrs. Wayne Fifield are lavng .this weekend for California to spend the holi- days wih their two dmghters; on Ohristmas with IVRss Miar- jorie Fi:field at Lompoc and on AT sm n Women Jantzen Miss Pat Lady Van Heusen Chic Lingerie Campus House Coats Men Don Richards Suits Van Heusen Shirts Alligator Top Coats Lancer Shirts Esquire Socks Levis Gift Certificates BE SURE TO SHOP AT Santa's Workshop 00USY WEEKE PIX TH Manager Bill Kropp Pix Theatre will be a, place this weekend. annual kids' Ctistas and family type program Friday, SaturdaY Sund, ay are scheduled. The Christmas party will be "Lassie's Great ture." Doors will open noon and Santa will 2:30. The movie will abo,ut 1:10 and the s l be out at 3 p. m. ples and other fruits passed out to the ter the movie. The regular Friday, day and Sunday ,*:am will feature one Day's "The Crimson New Years at San Cula Vista with Mr. Jerry Breeden field). The Fifields away far two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest spent the weekend in port as guests of their law an, d daughter, William Fisher ad dren. Earl Hilton, Jr., {urr,rg home this from the University ington in Seattle, to lt1days 'here with ,his Mr. and Mrs. ioch ad children have holiday .guest ,her Edward Haynes from Ohio. Mr. artd Mrs. RiO/ford leR t.his weekend cow, st to spend the with their son and and Mrs. Richard chiMren at Lynnwood. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd spent Sunday ia dnner guests of ,her fa'm,fly Mr. :and Mrs. ter. Joining them son arid wife Mr. Allen Cook of Spm, ge Mr. artd Mrs. ley were guests at dinner given by t Makers at the Tern borne on Satyrby, De gift exchange .and held by the wmen grotp. My Neighb "l realized I'd never all that I want for so I put it on tape for yoO CHENEY . AND SAVE