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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 25, 1964 JOB'S DAUGHTERS OFFICERS PUBLICLY INSTALLED DECEMBER 20 Bethel 17 of Job's Daugh- mother and grandmother of ters held their public instaRa- the bethel, having three daugh- tion on Sunday afternoon, Dec. ters who served as honored 20, in the Masonic temple, queens and now her grand- Honored queen, Jennifer aaughter Jennifer. Jordan, a senior at Cheney The retiring march feztur- .high school, and her officers cd red poinsettias which were were seated in colorful core-presented to the new queen. monies with Miss Ruth Bell, re- A reception folloed in the din- tiring queen, as instaRing of- ing room where the specially ricer, assted by Kay Cordill, decorated cake was an open guide; Judy Ashley, marshal; bok of Job's Daughters. Offi- Karen Chase, chaplain; Carol cer's names were printed last Montague, recorder; Elaine week. Surbeck, flag bearer; Mrs. McCall-Orlob Engagement Told The engagemen,t of Lois Charnelle McCall to Milton E. ! Orlob was armounced by her i parents at ,a holiday dessert on Sunday, Dec. 20. Miss McCM1 i.s the daughter cf Mr. an.J Mrs. Kenneth L. Prod Sooy, musici,an; all past Wives Of Firemen honored queens; Jacki Lam- bert and Ann Fisher Heehan Honored At Annual custodians; Carol Sooy and Banquet On Tuesday Gall Graves, pages; programs, JoEllen Jordan and Beth Kid- The Cheney firemen hon- well; guest book, Colleen Cor- ored their wives at the annual dill; Dana Monso,n, flower girls, banquet held in the city hall Tree Ceremony Used on Saturday evening, Dec 12 The holly tree ceremony, Dwayne Paul, master of core-i: composed by the late Frankie i s, welcomed the h.nredl : n::sll " ) Wise, with Sue Ham as the g,,.and introducett tnechief Cecil Charlton ............................................ reader, seated the officers .... . ............ . , who placed ivy twigs (m a tri- spoke on the vatted occupa- CHARNELLE McCALL angie tree. Mrs. Wanda Swegle, ti'ns of tho firemen on auw. McCall of Cheney. Mr. Orlob past queen of bethel 7, was the Bert Conrath presented four is the son of Mrs. W. J. Orlob soloist with Mrs. Harold Har- awards: a 25 year pin to John and the late Dr. W. J. Orlob vey, accompanist and Mrs. Don !agete; 15 year pin to Art of Cheney. The bride elect is Lambert and Richard as guar- Lean; 10 year pin to Cecil a graduate ef Cheney high dians. Charlton and one year pin to school and is attending the Special guests escorted and Jim Barner, who is the pub- orse School of Beauty. Mr. wetcomed were past Supreme licity chairman for the fire- Orlob also graduated from Che- Queen, Mrs. Lul,a Leyde; Carl men. hey high school and  pres- RudoLf, past grand associate Roger Zimmerman was the ently in the United States guardian; eleven past :honored genders 1 chairman of the eve- Navy. No weddkg date has queer, s; 'nine past guardians; nin.g, nd dancing was held been anounced. OES patron and matron, Mr. afterwards with the Tyler or- and Mrs. Narold PeadeI1, arid chestra, John Ham, director. The wives were presented master of Masonic ,lodge Jhn Ham. Mrs. Philip Eisenhauer corsages. There are 26 volun- past queen of bethel 39 in Ne- teer firemen on the Cheney braska also was introduced, force. Past Queen Honored The past quee's jewel was presented to Ruth Bell by Jill Carolyfl Huntlev Queen Jenner Who m turn And Terry Phillipson presented the queen's je.el to Jingler. Pins for lhe Imnces- United Dec. 1 9 ses and guid a,nd mahal By Lenard Mace were ao presented. Miss Jill Carolyn HunfleLY. The bethel white Bhle was Metallic FaiLs and Terry t'm- pr to the new queen by lipson of Four Lakes were mar- 'her fatgaer ILivhazi Jvdan. A ried in a double mg ceremony pin was predated to Mrs. Mar- Dec 19, 1964 at the Oongre- ion Bair, w.lm is outstanding lat.a 1 ohuvch a Metame I Vl. Miss Lar, a Swain  E.Wf MCs. Cordill Hosts ISCasmaid of hom)r anu l'u I Ina Jensen of EWSC was RNCClub Members I mdesma00d. Bm Bussard of Spoilage, a dasmate_ of the a. C. C0rdm, ,ss00 by at 00stern, M,. N. A. , was tmstesS:nd Darrell pb.11psn, , for the RNC etub in ler home Dec. 17. Only six members brother, was usher. were able to be present. Mrs. The brLde ware a wNte sat- Wilson Cree a a guest. Busi- in any ,lace floor-length gown_ hess was conducted  vice  carried ,hite roses and carnations. Her er length presidoret, Mrs. E. A. Tiedt. veil was heldin,  w4h a The program for 1965 was ou- ,,-rl crown, fli'e was gives in lined ad ptmmed s much as narriage by her father, len possible. Year books will be Huntley of Metafine Fatls. put together at the January meeting which will be at the The maid of honr and the home of Mrs. Imke Best on he bridesmaid wore pink hroead- 21st, roll call to be av.swed ed ,satin dresses wiEa match- r,a hea, dbands a, nd shoes. They wh current events. ,",- . A box of clotlin'g ami gly carried mosegays of pink car wrapped Christmas gi were n,ations. prepared for Lakehnd and The bride's mother wore a Eastern State hospital. Mrs. J. dress of blue brocaded satin H. Spuler was appointed to ask with a corsage of white - Mr. ,and Mrs. Ray Calvert to de- tiors arm the groom's mother ver them for the club. Some wore a frosted green wool intereng ,home made ,hts sheath dress and a white cor- were presented f,or roll call. sage. After the meeting :a gift ex- The reception was he,hi in clage was enjoyed by every- the fireside room of the one then the ,hostess served church parlors. After a short heneymoou, a hristmas stamed Tmdding. the young couple plan to re- Mr. ared Mrs. JOhn Dtton side at Cheney while contin- ad son Winer of ovn uing their at EWSC. enterined relativ aId Classified advertising does a great job uegts on Chvistraas day. at a sman ,t. Saturday- Sunday , Dec. 26 - Dec. 27 -. DOUBLE FEATURE 00Throe ,oain00ttlmwHdenl,-! CO-HIT  "JACK THE GIANT KILLER" Both In Color Special Kiddies Matinee Sat., Dec. 26, 1 p. m. DOORS OPEN 12:30 OUT 4:15 P. M. EVENING SHOW 7:30, OUT 10:45 Admission This Performance Only ALL KIDDIES UNDER 12 50 CENTS STUDENTS 75 CENTS ADULTS 90 CENTS Shields Celebrate 42nd Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shields recerly celebrated the&" 42nd wedding annive.sary with a din,Aar party that included three of their children and their families. Present were Mr. mKl Mrs. lobert Shields and son, Ron-i nie, Mr. ,and M. Bb Schmidt I arid children, Robert Jr., Jackie arid Janine and Mr. and Mrs. Max ShieIds ad c ",hire Jon- da, Ci, ndy and ForteS. An>th- er son Lee Shields arid wife and three cn, Melv, Ri, ckie and DanLne of Salirms, Calif., could not be present but phoned their parents to can- gratuhe them. The Shields we,re married on Thanksgiving day, Nov. 30, 1922 at Oswego, Kan. and hvel lived in Chancy since 1942. Shields said Thanving day l fallen on Nov. 30 only twice since 1922, both times d:urig President .Fankfin D. R,ooseveIt's term ai both times the presid!mt declared he Thanksgiving loclay a week earlier. BIRTHDAY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Gle Judd en- tertained at ,a der Sunday hozmrirg their grandson, Mi- chael Scott W, on his fourth hihday. Other gues were Michael's parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ws ad Lori Jean, .and John Scott Frost. COLFAX GAME SLATED TUESDAY An extra non-league home ame has been added t the Cheney BIackh.awks' schedule. The Cheney boys will phy eel- fax here Tuesday exning, Dec. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freeman enertaned as Christmas day dinner guests their two dra.ugh- ters and families from Spo- kane, Mr. ,and IVIrs. Mike Cau- dill .and four ehldren, Mr. arid :Mrs. ,Kenneth Johnst and four children. BIRTHS NEWS BRIEFS CI-I IIC'l-t IMvWK I TO SPEND CHRISTMAS .............. IN SPOKANE METHODIST I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd He,h- The Methodist church will tday will be guests .at a Christ- iiold holy communion .on New l mas Eve family 5inner at the Years Dee. 31 at the church]hme of their daughter, Mrs. !:tteT;3Oe. prs:nlembrer a,t. R0rstnG,may they ,,ill be come. guests of Mrs. ttolladay s par- Phe Sunday school classes nts, '!r. and Mrs. Fra:nk united n a program I Iaul. Jc, nn Colbert will also be a the Methodist church on I a guest. Eunday :afternoon. Special mu-[ sic and stories of Christmas Were presented. A wassail par- Mr. and ),[rs. Carl Hendricks ty of cookies, punch and cof- will have as Christmas guests | fee was served to parents and I their daughter and family, Mr. friends around the Christmasland Mrs. Carroll McLean and tree. children from Vailyford and Youth groups of the Metho- sc, n and family, Mr. ,and ,,Irs. dist church .and United Church Stanley tlandricks and Gaylc o[ Christ held a carolling p,ar- of Cheney. On Christmas eve ty on Sunday in the Co,n,gre-i/hey will have a buffet supper gational building. The t and the tr.e at the Stan Hen- junior high group of the Meth- dricks. - odist church with Mr. and Mrs. Del Hardie and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Galloway met at the par- Sronage on l!ond.ay fo.r a car- olling party Bank Staff Enjoys Christmas Dinner At Betz Residence The Cheney Branch o,f the Seattle rst Natiorml Bank employees were entertained with a potluck turkey dinner at the home of Manager .and Mrs. W. Edward Betz and children en Saturday evening at their Williams Lake ,home. In the exchange of gifts toys were brought for the Christ- mas toy drive for the needy. Present were Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Ho!ms, Mr. and Mrs. tIarry DeirLingev, Mrs. Jack Bear, Mr. and Mrs. Larry. Mower, John Peerson Roy McLeod, Mr. ,arid Mrs. Lee Ableman, lrs. Wilma Plotts, Miss Barbara Bryceson and Mr. i and Mrs. Betz and three chil- dren. Music ,anl games were the entertainment. LODGE NEWS STARS TO MEET MONDAY, DEC. 28 MrtJa chapter OES will held a regular meeting on Monday, Dec. 28, ,in .tlm Ma- sonic temple. Mr. ald Mrs. Itarld Pendell, patron and maon, will conduct the busi- ness meetin, g arrd call fr re- ports ,of committees and p ,lmas will, be made for the SValite ball ,on Jan. 23 in the City hall. This will be the Ohrhtmas meeting and the entertain- ment will be a silem aucn of white lephant gifts. Re- freshm]l$gd music will i complete !fieevening. iOOF AND REBEKAHS SET FAMILY DINNER The IOOF and lebekh lodg. es will serve a Christmas 4in- ner for their a on Men- (loaf evening, Dec. 21, in the h,l. Treats will be given the children and the IOOF men 1 coduvt a business meet- ing afterwards. PEO MEETING Mrs. Don S. Patterson was bstess to the regular PEO meeting Dee. 16. Miss May Powell was assi'stant hostess. The program was readirrg o the "Ohristmas Story" by Mrs. James Wills with piano ac- companinen by Mrs. Mark RatcIiffe. GUESTS AT LEIFER HOME Mrs. Wills 1i4ges of Mer- ced, Calif., is sporting several weeks wih h,er father, I. T. Leifer. A son d family, r. and Mrs. Robert Leifer and Robin n, ad :'Bob, of Great Falls Mont. left hst week after speetding several days here. 1964 GRANGE SUPPLY CO. Cheney :t r- Mr. and Mrs. Max Shi,e,lds are parents of a girl born Fri- day, Dec. 18. MARY PRENTICE MARRIED DEC. 20 children. Mr. and Mrs. Leon, ard Pren- tice announce the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd tertained as Christmas their daughter, Pfe. Mary E. guests her sister and Prentice to Stephen A. Ford ,of Mr. and Mrs. Adolphe Fort Be:ruing, Ga., on Dec. 20. I"tens of Reardan. The wedding was in the Mc- I'hc, rs'on chapel. I Mr. and Mrs. Harry EAST CHENEY NEWS WEATHER CASUALTY Bad weather is the reason there is 1,.o news this week from Mrs. Anna Pilillips, East Miss Barbara Bryceson this week for Redwood Cahf., to spend the with an uncle and aunt Mr. Mrs. Norman Casselano son were Christmas guests of their s'on-in-law daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Klatt and two daughters Spokane. C. C. Carter Jr. home this week fro,m Cheney crrespo.ndent. He.w-ton, Me., military so,heel ever, s,h doc,s wish to say Mer- spend,- the holidays here ry k, nr,.,.m,:s to all Free Pres his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C-' re a :1 Carter. IT IS THE CHRIST CHILD'S' BIRTHDAYi ! ! A Day :of the wrkl's new birth! May Mary and doseh be the first of men to wish yu all A Blessed Ohristmas of Peace ,and Joy. FATHER W. J. BRENNAN ST. ROSE OF LIMA CATHOLIC CHURCH, CHENEY, WASHINGTON J i , ! 96 .... ,o C. i, . Times and styles change, but our Christmas wishes to you are timeless. ,I From All Of Us At The Cheney Branch, Seattle-First Nat'l Bank l l