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Page 10 Cheney Free Press Fxiday, December 24, 1965 JOB'S DAUGHTERS INSTALLATION SUNDAY WAS COLORFUL AFFAIR stalled as honored queen of TTEND SHOWER Bethel 17 of Job's Daughters FOR JAN CONLEY at ,an open instalLtion at 3 p. m. Sunday, Dec. 19, in, the Masonic temple. Miss Hair is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs,. Carl Hair and a high sol, eel junior. The 23rd psalm ceremony was used with Mrs. Mado Jerdn as ader assisted by retfiring queen Anne Stahl- bon, imstallirg officer and presiding queen; Jennifer Jor- dan, guide, Sue Ham, marshal; Judy Asl'dey, chaplain; roe,or- der, Korea Chase; Mrs. Sam Hatch, musidan; Jackie Lam- bert and Kay Oerdill, custcdi- zns. Pages wewe Carol Sooy and Sharon McKie; guest book Phyq Erickson, and pro- rams, Sharron CoonCz. Other Officers Other officers installed were Anne Cordill, senior princess; Jill Lambert, junior prirmess; J, anet Miller, guide; leggy Steiner, marshal; Mari- arme Jo&ason, chaplain; Kay Ham, Librarian; Su, san Mercer, musician; Gay Swe,gLe, record- or; Nancy Steiner, treasurer. The five messergers are Susan liller, Rosanne GaLloway, Max- me Dagsdon, Anne Goodwin, Linda Ray; Custodians,, Sherrie Orlob arid Debbie Reed; Fran- ces Hate, in, her guard; I)vnna McCandtess, outer guard; Jill Dahl, assistant recorder. Mrs. Ross Is Soloist Mrs. Donald Ross sang "The Lord's Prayer," "T'wenty:Fhird tshn," ,and "You Never Walk AIoe," accompanied by Mrs. lIavh. Carl Hmr presented his daughter Queen Patricia with the white Bible fr the betheL, and Mrs. Hair the gavel. Queen Ptrtcia presented the past queen's jewel to retirirg queen Anne Sthlbrn, h,o in turn gave Patricia the queen's jewel. Princess' pinks were awarded nd recklaces to the guide and mrslml with insignias of Vhe order. Guests Introduced Presidi, ng queen Anne Stall- born c(md.cted the opening of tke meeing and introduced dist'inguished guests, past hon- ored queens, past grand offic- ers and asonic master Ted Freeman and Eastern Star ma- tron ad patron, My. and Mrs. J)n Van Brunt, wo respond- ed with brief messages. Tlm reception falh)ed with the refreshment table centered wilfi al cakes deigned for he queen and two princeS, s, lth, e guide and marshal servg coffee and pun(n. The gu, ardin, Mrs. Dean Swegle, and associate guauiian, Cal H'aiv and guardia council had charge. You can find it In the elaiflods. I Mrs. Roydal Conley arid Mrs. H. N. Stronach atterded the bridal slewer for their mutual grarddaughter Jan C:onley in Spokane at the home ,of C. J. Steven'on, vetch fo,1]lowed the luncheon. Miss ConVey, daugh- ter of Dr. and Mrs. Glen Con- ley, was: ,married to E. B. Vad- rup on Sunday, Dec. 19. Rebekahs Pick New Officers; Rite Set Jan. 3 Mrs. Betty Hale was e,leed oracle ,of RojCal Nei,gkbor lodge on Dec. 20; Mrs. Etta Presrell, vice oracle; Mrs. Olive Swe- gle, chanlcelor; Mrs. R. L. Nel- son, recorder; Mrs. Robert ]tarves,, receiver; Mrs. Lnna Conlay, marshal; Mrs. Ftora Rufer, inner sentinel; Mrs. Emily Cobte, outer sentinel;[ Mrs. A. B. Cutting, and Mrs. [ avy Griffith, mangers; Mrs. [ Pete Bilesbach, hold over maw ager; Mrs. Wm. Lee past or- acle; Dr. W. A. Gamon, phy- sician. Dole,gate to the state co.nve:n- if,on in Wen atchee next spring ts Mrs. Hale and ,Mternate is Mrs. Oonley. InstaLlation will be held Jan. 17 in the Legion hal. Reports were made on the bake sale on Nov. 19, d,ona- lions given local welfare and several greeting cards were sent. Reports were also made on finances, audit for the semi- annual iasurarme was set for next month. Irma Conley is special auditor. The meeting was ,at the home of Mrs. A. B. Cutting with a neon VoEuck lune,heon for 12. Gifts were exchanged. Shower Honors Mrs. Skip Duty Mrs. Robert Heyer enter- tained with a bridal skover last week to honor Mrs. Skip DuCy (Ja,ckie Pierre). Twenty- five ,guests presented miscel- laneous gifts to the couple whe ,marriage yeas in Noem- ber. Mrs. Duty is a residen f Spokane valley and an EW- SC student, Mr. Duty is an em- p'oyee of the Oheney Tele- phone Cio. D A U GHT-E R-$ VI' JOHN VAN BRUNTS Mrs. Ruth Van Brunt Amos frown eastern Canada jined her sister :Mrs. Gage Sponll in Cheney this week to visit their parers Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt 'here. Seven year old Barbara Sproutl came with her mother to show her grandpar- ents lew big she has gron. t-nb.(.,t-1 l',cWb 10 a. m. Communion m eom- i memora.tion of Holy In,noe,ens METHODIST [will be held on Tuesday moan- Toe xeati group of theling, Dec. 28. Merodist c, uren h, md a carol-] 1"he regular Sund,ay service m, party on Tnursday eve-lwill be held at 10 a. m. witlh n,mg,-Ded. 2a, usang the Kue,hlJhev. Hubbard bringin.g the truc or a haynae as they[message. sarg atmut town. Afterwards| lhey gathered in the Youtlh EMMANUEL LUTHERAN Center of the church for a C;hvistm, as party. Members of the church held a Glristmas eve service in the church with slmrt connunon, aftea'wards going to the youth center or social ,lour and re- freshments. ADVENTIST The Sevenh- Day Adventists will be (held. Tle youth Path- finders 'of the church ,held a caroling and Christmas party one evening during the week at the Merrill Drown home. We wish you a Merry C:hris- mas and invite you to: the Christmas eve candleligh ser- vice at 8; the Christmas day Commun,ion service at 10 a. m., Christmas Sunchy services at 8:30 and 11 a. m., and to the i N,ew Year's eve sewiee at 8 p. m. Dec. 31. RNC Club Active :will .have a speaker Elder Ren- isc,hler at their 11 o'cLock During Holidays Brad Ti'" l _,z. The busine,ss meet- ing was conducted  vice president Mrs. Elmer Tiedt in t:he absence of M:vs. Charles Proctor. Nine members an- swered roll call with most vivid CHRISTIAN The Christian church will hoid a combined service on Sunday, Dec. 26, at 10:45 a. m. with th, e school classes joining families for the ser- vice. Y,outh group members wilt have charge o,f the wor- ship. Those taking part are Patricia Hair, David Bartlett, DougLas Havey, Steve, Karen and Kenneth Dobbins. Oom- reunion will be held. COMMUNITY The Cheney Crormmunity church presented a hrlstmas program on Sunday evening, Dee. 19. The cantata, "Saviour and King," was sung by Roy. Gene Ross, bariton, Margar- et, ,alto, and Tim Roberson, tenor. The dramatic sketch "Messiah," under the direction of Mrs. Ralph Beau- d'reau, was presented by Mar- go Lisenbee, Rosemary Kin- rock and Judy ResleL Follow- ing the program a socia,1 hour with treats ,od candy and fruit was enjoyed. UNITED CHURCH The Ohermy United Ohurch will have two services on Christmas eve. The 7 o'clock service is designed for fmil- ies with smal children al in- chides readings of the fanil- iar Christmas scriptures and singing of the favorite crols in candlelight. The 11 o'clock seaMce includes the eeebra- Go o Holy Communion. All :are welcome. EPISCOPAL St. Paul's Eaiscopal church will present a Christmas tab- leau and carol services at 7 p. m. on Friday, Christmas eve. in the church. On Saturday, Rev. Winfield Htbbard anti members wil lold the cele- bration of Holy O)mmunon at I| Christmas memories and some interesting comparisons were made. Jan. 21 is the date set for the pinochle party which will be at 319 N. 6th. The president e,}ect, Mrs. Howard Buob, ap- poineed committees for the new year and the complete, program Was scheduled for 1966. This will be tyled and ready to ,assemNe in the year boks at the January meeting vehic,h will be at Mrs. Luke Best':s home on the 20th. The lesson on the care of coffee makers and fry pans wi,ll be presented then by Mrs. Ho,- ard Buob aad Mrs. Harold Bar- rett. Fourteer dozen cookies, a large box of wrapped Ohrist- mas gifts, and a box of coats end dresses were contributed for La,kelaad Village. Ms. J. H. Spler vohinteered to deliv- er them. The gift exc,hange was enjoyed with five year old Brad distributing the gifts. David Danielsons Now Visiting Here Visiting in Cheney are Lt. and Mrs. David W. Daniels,on and daughter Beth. He has been stationed at Ft. Gordon, Ga., the past three years and s on a 30 day leave pepar- atory to going to Stutgart, Ger- many. Mrs. Danielson and Beth will remain &ere at the home o{ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kerr, until ,March when they will join Mr. Danielsen in Germany. McMillans to Hold Christmas Reunion Mr..arid Mrs. Ernest MMil- lan will ertertin their chil- dren and grand, children on Friday evening, Christmas eve at fiheir home. A buffet sup- per, Clrismas tree and git exclrange will be enjoyed. Presert wi, ll be Mr. arid Mrs. Earl Hitton and two ,sons and latger, Mr. and Mrs. Ken McCall, two sons and two daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ted MeMiltan and Mr. arnd Mrs. Don M, cMiltan. About 25 will atterd. Rebekah and IOOF To Install Jan. 3 A join instalation of the  IOOF and Rebekah lxlges wi'll 9 be held :onday, Jan. 3, at 8 p. m. in the IOOF ,hall. This is an open ceremony with the cano team of Spokane as in- stalling officers. Robert Tu,bbs, nbLe grated, and hi,s oficers of IOOF, and Mrs. lrgaret Dare, nbie grand for the Re- bekah-- lodge and 'her officers iwill be in,stalled in j,oint cere- mormies. A recepti,en and re- freshmeds willl fdllew. Open House Slated For Frank Senters The family of Mr. and Mrs. Erank Seater will hold open louse for them at the Ameri- can Legion hall in Cheney from 12 noon to 5 p. m. on New Years day in ,honor of their 50th wedding anniver- sary. All the children .and their families will be laresent. All the friends and n, eighbers of the Seniors will be co,rdialy weLcomed. STAR MEETING The regular meeting ,of Mar- tha chapter OES on Monday, Dec. 27, will be preceded by a potluck dinner at 6 p. m. for 'members and their children. A program provided by the children will foflow the din- her. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Warren We,s- terman will spend the Christ- mas vacation away from home, Cheryl with her grandparents, Mr. arid Mrs. David Nevis of Spokane and Dean with cuus- irs Mr. and Mrs. C. Crockett antd children, Rosalia. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lane wil entertain their d,auhter and amily Mr. and Mrs. Dan De- witt and children as guests for ,Christmas eve and the gift exetange and for dinner on Christmas day. Mrs. Tom Lee fron Mo,m tana spent this week here with her sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Wil5am Lee. Bob Lee o Walla WalIa will spend the weekend here. On Christmas day dinner the family will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fran- .cis Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Delebarre will entertain their daughters and families for Christmas d.inner, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Well and chil'dren from La- ment and Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Baird and children from S'pangle. Mrs. Jim Moorman accom- panied her d, aughter Mrs. An- nabelle McLean to To,nasket toSay to spend the Christmas holidays with a granddaughter Mrs. Rbert Hanson and hus- band and four children. On Christmas day a family din- ner witl include the b,rethers and sisters and families of Mrs. Hanson. Mrs. Grover Chambers le,ft Thursday evening for Seattle to spend the holidays with her :en Robert Ohambers and fam- ily. Other rehtives and friends will join them on Ch.ristmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Walden Cham- bers were Tuesd'ay eveni,ng dirmer guests of .his mother, Mrs. Grover Chambers. Mrs. Peggy Dokken is spend- ing the Christmas weekend in Mca as a guest of her son AI Dokken and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Roos left by bus Wednesday to spend a week or more at the home of their son, Dr. Dick Roos, Jr., at Lynwood, Wash. ,Mr. and Mrs. Guyel Frost John and Jan G:alhreath of Maiden and Doris Frost of Slokane were Sunday dinner guests at the Freeman S. Frost h:ome in Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ratcliffe w, ill spend Ohristmas eve and ChrNtmas day at the WiRiam Pleucker home in Spokane.] Mrs. Pleueker is the fen'met I Miss Harriet Dressier. Mrs. [ Pieucker's sister MaCho, and I their mother Mrs. Gcaham I DresSler will also spend the] h, olidays at the Pieucker hoene. M'. and Mrs. Andrew Mel- hus from Mal'den spe,n Tues- day here as guests of her bro- ther and family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heyer. Mr. and Mrs. het Johnson spent Wednesday in. Lewsto to attend the funeral services for his brother Delmer Jotm- son, age 60. Mr. 2hnson .had been serving as a missionary in Pereign lands for over a year and only recently return- ed to Lewiston where he suf- fered a ,heart attack. MAss Ruth Bekshaw, who is :in nurses training at Dea- coness hospital, is spending the Christmas holidays here with he:r parents Mr. and Mrs.[ . 3ames B4aclrh,aw. I , HOLIDAY REUNION ENJOYED BY HAIRS Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hair en- tertained their son Keeth Hair ,and family of Spokane on Sunday. Mr. ffair's father Iarry Hair of Seattle has been their house guest for a few days. Ms. Elsie Wilkes of Te- loa, mother of Mrs. Hair, was a weekend guest and all at- tended the installation ,o Job's Daughters on Sunday here. Other guests Sunday were Mr. a.nd Mrs. Na:than Hair and sev- eral other relatives from Spo- kane. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Grier en- tertained as house guests the l)ast week relatives from Sweet Kome, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ollesby. Mrs. Flora Rufer and Miss Irene Ruler will spend Christ- mas Eve at the home of her daughter Mrs. Wayne Rein- WEST LIBERTY BOOSTERS MEET The West Liberty held .a s!peeial mieetirg Tuesday evening to their project for this year. eral suggestion,s were and a committee was ed to look into em. ing the meeting ,a short gram was en}oyed. Taking in the program were the quartet, Bill Sievers selection on his accordion everyone singing carols. Mr. and Mrs. William an are spending the winter Phoenix, Ariz., and were guests ,of Mrs. M. R. there one day tast week. Mr. and Mrs. Pete will be Christmas dirmer of their son-in4aw and ter Mr. and Mrs. M. R. arid son,s in Spokane. Mrs. D. G. Jerue left for Mercer Island to spend Christmas holidays with son and daughter-indaw and Mrs. Larry Jerue ,and ' dren. Mr. and Mrs. w i entertain as dinner guests Wesley, and Sherrie Orlob; Mr. tin s mother Mrs. Eva mers at Reardan. On Cthrist-of Spokane valley and Mr. ]mas day they will be dinner -"[Luests ,of another daughter ]Mrs. James Fairbanks and [family in Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Galloway and two daughters entertained . as Sunday guests her parents I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taekett !o,f Spokane and grandmother Mrs. Ge,orgia Monroe of Men,. tana. Mrs. W. S. Bernard. Mr. Mrs. Mike Orlob o,f will be guests part .of the Mr. and Mrs. Harold dell, Jr., from Seattle is ir, g the Christnas here with his parents Mr. Mrs. Harold Pendell at Lakes and with her Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spangle and Cheney. IIitl illll IIIIIIIII ......... Illll !!!!!!!!! iiiiiiiJiJ Illl,llll Illll NI .,,m. t111t Ii111 irlllll ::::::::::::::: .. : =======================: :: x.:.:..,..,.., " .... ........ ::;.! ;i S ii ! i i ;;!*;:#::::*:":::::*::': ................ " .............. .:.N:::: :2:: :+::::.:.:x.:...  .... ,: .&. x x . . 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