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Thurs., Dec. 30, 1976 Cheney Free Press Page 7 Parents evening slated Jttn. 9 sometimes feel put- a parent? Do you if any other parents like yours? Do Wonder where you&apos;re pfind the resources to live are a lot of parents They care about and they're eon- l about the same things you a brochure put out the Eneounter-Seren- program sponsored jointly national offices of the and Presbyterian to introduce their pro- Called "Evenings for Par- four session program is locally by the United Church of Christ and St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church for January 9, 16, 23 and 30 from 7 to 9 each Sunday evening. "Evenings for Parents" is not a series of class sessions or semin- ars, its planners say. It is not taught by experts; it is a sharing among couples who are serious about being good parents. The fundamental belief behind the program is that husbands and wives can find resources for par- enthood within themselves. So no definitive answers are given, no directions that have to be follow- ed. There are no right or wrong answers. The topics are thought provoking, exciting and practi- cal. A group of parents will get to- gether one evening a week for four weeks. At the beginning of each evening, a short presenta- tion will be given on one of four topics. Then each person is given an opportunity to discover for himself the meaning of the even- ing's topic in his life by answer- ing some pointed--but fun--ques- tions. Then husbands and wives get together to exchange their questionaires and to talk them over. They have a chance to open up and really understand each other. Afterwards, everyone gets to- gether in small groups to discuss the topic that has been developed. The whole evening is conducted in an atmosphere of warmth, friendliness and mutual respect. Both the United Church of Christ and St. Rose of Lima Cath- olic Church are cooperating to bring "Evenings for Parents" to Cheney. The two couples who will leading the discussions during the evening sessions have both attended special training pro- grams in Seattle• Father John McGrann, who has worked exten- sively with the Marriage En- counter program, and the Rev. Jack Haney will both be assisting with the "Evenings for Parents" program• The program is open to both couples and single parents and is not limited to church members. Reservations are necessary and further information is available by calling either St. Rose of Lima or the United Church of Christ. Inside the junior high The interior work at the site of the new Cheney junior high school at North Sixth and Betz Road is getting underway here, as a lone worker smoothes recently poured cement to a flat finish inside the gynmasium. Much of the work currently underway at the site is inside, and when weather improves next spring, laborers will return to the outside to finish up building work and landscaping. iii¸ = i Nearly finished Nearing the end of their work at the site of test well number five are well workers near Salnave Park. Earlier this year the Cheney City Council decided to go with the extension of the test well in order to de- termine whether or not sufficient water lies beneath • the west Cheney area to justify further local water developments. The contract these men are working under calls for drilling to 1,000 feet or granite, whichever comes first. Uniqlue degree awarded resident, Almut : McAuley, is the first in States to be awarded of Fine Arts degree in from the University degree program the University of last year--the only one in the nation--and Ms. Completed all require- the degree earlier this over a year's study Ark., camp- of Poland, Ms. Mc- in East Germany un- Vhen she escaped across into West Germany She received her B.A. degree from Tuebingen Un- iversity near Stuttgart, specializ- ing in American Drama. She also studied at Zuerich University, Switzerland, and the University of North Wales, in Bangor, U.K., before coming to the United States in 1967. Her studies for a degree in Comparative Literat- ure at the University of Arkansas were suspended following her marriage, in 1968. to the Irish poet James J. McAuley. They have two sons, Owen, 6, and Rory, 4. They have been resi- dents of the area since 1970, when her husband joined the faculty at EWSC, where he is co-director of the Creative Writing Program. The MFA degree program of which Ms. McAuley is the first graduate, is part of the highly- reputed Creative Writing Pro- gram at the University of Arkan- sas. It was established last year to provide professional transla- tors with academic qualifications in their field, and is the only pro- gram of its kind in the nation. Ms. McAuley was awarded the Dud- ley Pitts Prize for Translation by the faculty while a student in the progress, and has published her translations from contemporary German and Austrian writers in literary periodicals in the U.S. and Canada. .-Idrcrtisefm'nt ..Idrertiscment ty Women plan January luncheon Wives--Faculty at Eastern Wash- College has two for January, ae- Vice president Nancy first is a noon luncheon January 15 in the Buliding multi- room to hbnor Mary the wife of East- Dr. H. A news- invitations to the lunch- :, Ms. Said, and those faculty Women who have not by Monday club president Karen at 2,5-8913. for January is a members and the basketball game with Central Washington State College on January 29, Ms. Baumann said. The traditional February dinner-dance will not he held, she said, but a second event including guests is scheduled in May-- another theatre party when East- ern presents "Thurber Carni- val." Treasurer Susan Hanegan will be happy to receive dues at her home at 514 Bonnie Way in Cheney or at the luncheon, Ms. Baumann said. According to the College Edi- tor's office at Eastern, there are only a few faculty directories printed beyond the number of phones on campus, Ms. Baumann said, so faculty directories, usu- ally sold by the FW-FW Club, will not be available as they have been in the past. hlland Power & Light Pays Capital Credits The Board of Directors of Inland Power & Light declared a capital credits of S76,769.99 payable to those members of record on De- cember 31,1975. Many of these checks were mailed to members at ad- dresses where they lived while members of Inland Power & Light. Some of these me/n- hers have moved to other locations, and also because of rural post offices, checks have been returned. The trustees of Inland Power & Light are anxious for those members whose checks have been returned to contact the office at East 320 Second Avenue. Spokane, Washington 99202 or phone that office at (509) 747-7151 to claim their checks and to provide a new address for the mailing of these checks of capital credit. OPEN NOW! , THE LOCOMOTION RESTAURANT -- LOUNGE • FAMILY DINING • 108 "G" St. w Ph. 235-8827 jj Hamburger Chicken Pizza lnshle Drive-In ,>,,,,,, Medical Lake -- 2994714 Highway 2 -- CH4-9345 SMITH JEWELERS ...E.o.. Gemological Services Gary's unlsn • Complete Auto Service 235-4655 • Sno-tire sale now on! • Service with the "Spirit' .Owl Pharmacy Cheney's . cGfftter ]. "'4 Pharmac|llts to Serve You Faster" Chancy  235-8441 Cheney Dept. Store LIONS •Frlcs •Notions •Family Clothing Chancy Building Jk Supplies COMPLETE BI.'ILDING SUPPLIES Phone 235.6243 Our new address! 1113 1st - Ph. 235-8416 ED'S APPLIANCE & REFRIGERATION We sell and service world famous MAYrAG Washers Dryers Dishwashers THE BAKE SHACK 235-8447 Cheney Airway Heights "MYSTERY MERCHANT" CONTEST BIG CASH PRIZES GIVEN AWAY EACH WEEK!I Name the "mystery merchant". . . earn cash ENTRY BOX AT ROGER'S AUTO PARTS RULES Where to Look for Clues Clues may be hidden in any ad in this section. When a star appears in any of these ads, it means that additional advertising of that firm appears elsewhere in this issue of the paper and additional clues may be hidden in those ads. Clues will be scattered.., there may be from one to five in any ad or none. This is a contest of skills and we intend to do our best to outwit you. We invite you to do your best to outwit us. Contest Rules 1. This is a family fun contest. One entry per person (family of four could submit four entries). Anyone may enter unless a member of your family is employed by the Cheney Free Press or by the merchant whose ad is heavily bordered this week. (This applies only during the week this ad is bordered.) Employees of other sponsoring merchants are eligible. 2. Nothing to buy--use any slip of paper for entry blank. Not necessary to be present to win. Not necessary to be a subscriber of the Cheney Free Press to enter. 3. Mystery Merchant may be anyone in the Cheney area. Clues for his or her identity will be hidden only in ads fom sponsoring merchants (see "Where to Look for Clues," above). If by coincidence the name of the Mystery Merchant or other facts about him or her appear in news items, these do not count as clues in this contest. 4. To Enter: Write the name you think the Mystery Merchant is. Add the total number Of clues you can find in ALL the ads of sponsoring merchants in this issue. You don't have to list the clues, just give the total number of them. Add your name and address to the paper and drop the entry in the box located at the sponsÙring.merchant whose ad is heavily bordered in this issue. 5. There is no other place where entries will be accepted. Any member of the family may bring in entries for the entire family. However, children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. • 6. This week's contest begins when you receive the paper and closes at 10 a.m. Monday, the week following. 7. At that time (10 a.m. next Monday), a drawing will be held at the store where entries have been received for this week's contest. The first entry drawn that correctly identifies the Mystery Merchant wins $10. If THAT entry also lists the correct total number of clues hidden in all ads of sponsoring merchants, a BONUS of $15 will be paid. When this bonus is not won it will be added to next week's bonus and continue to grow until it is won. 8. Every possible precaution is made to avoid typographical errors that might be mistaken for clues, but errorless typography cannot be guaranteed (by anyone). The publisher of the Cheney Free Press will be judge in all questions and his decision is final. Family participation gives you a better chance to win the jackpot.., your wife, husband or some bright-eyed youngster may Spot a clue that you missed. Got any Perry Mason or Sherlock Holmes in you? Think you can'outwit the contest? Remember, you can't win if you don't enter! • TELEVISION SALES R RENTALS • SERVICE Tlz s tworthF. at•re• •HARDWARE • TOOLS .ULLE. •ELECTRICAL V,LLAG, PAINT5 SUPPLY Medical Lake 299.345 ! Air Force raised LEL,00NO-;EAT'00 IMEV00OLE00 NO 507 First St. Business Phone 235-6231 SNiP g STYLE COM.,,,E ,o, HAle CARE SALuNA S ........... d ............ 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