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Page 12 Cheney Free Press Thurs., Dec. 30, 1976 Social Corner Mrs. A.B. Cutting 235-6583 r Jobs Daughters Queen installed The Job's Daughters held in- stallation of new officers, in a set- ting of lighted Christmas tree and colors of red and gold, on Tues- day evening, Dec. 21 in the Masonic Temple. Miss Eliza beth (Betsy) Thomp- son was installed as the new honored queen with her officers as follows: Brenda McKinley, senior princess; Carrie White, junior princess; Christi Albert, guide; Sharon McCulloch, mar- shal; Tracy Thompson, chaplain; HiUary Devin, musician; Lynn Jerue, treasurer; Becky Swan, recorder; Julie Harvey, librari- an; Patty McColloch, Sylvia Har- vey, Debbie Maggs the messen- gers; Kathy Wind, senior custo- dian; Laura Meili, junior custo- dian; Shear McNeal, inner guard. Several other officers are to be installed later. Retiring queen Linda Johns was the installing officer, and welcomed members, parents and guests to open the ceremonies of the evening. Mrs. Ethyl Vande- Berg was the ceremonial reader for the Bells of Heaven theme. Assisting installation officers were Janie VandeBerg, guide; Marjorie Sloan, marshal; Gyl Huber, chaplain; Louise Daven- port, recorder; Mrs. Marie Har- vey, musician; Sue Seigerman and Peggy Steiner, custodians; Kathy Anderson, flag bearer; Cheryl Calvert, Debbie Barner, pages; Celeste Kingsly, guest book; Julie Tibbetts, programs. Mrs. Fred (Evvie) Johns was selected mother of Jobs for the Hatch; Her sisters Mrs. Elsie Kinbrough, and Clara and Jake Richardson of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Galloway en- tertained as guests over the Christmas holidays their daugh- ter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cramer of Richland. An- other daughter, Sharon Gallo- way, a student at CWSC, Wendy and Matt Galloway, and Mrs. Galloways mother Mrs. Chas. Tackett of Spokane, were also in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Garry Segerman (Sue Sloan) moved to Fort Lewis, near Tacoma last week to make their home. Segerman, who serves in the U.S. Army, has been given a new assignment on the coast after completing basic training in California. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rupp spent the holidays with a daugh- ter and family, Mr. and Ms. Max Kiner at Almira, and with an- other daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Labish of the Lakeland Vill- age area. Christmas dinner was a family affair. Mrs. Thordis Johnson accom- panied the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Wade and children to Bellingham for the Christmas holidays to visit her brother and the Rev. Wade's parents. OES meets Martha Chapter OES met on Monday evening Dec. 27 in the Masonic Temple with Mrs. Ann Rogers, matron, and Sam Hatch, patron, presiding. A ballot was held for candi- dates and initiation ceremonies term and pinned. Linda Johns for new members. Routine busi- presented the past queen's pin. "mess, reports ofstandingcammit- Other line officers were also pre- tees, and discussion of ways and seated pins and awards. . means and coming events were Helen Balabanis guest soloist for vocal numbers sang while Queen Betsy and Linda Johns signed the Bible on the alter. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson were intro- duced, and presented Queen Betsy with the Job's white Bible and her gavel. Other awards were the traditional Jobbie china doll figurine, and introductions of visiting queens and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freeman spent the Christmas weekend with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and four children at their home on Newman Lake north of Spo- kane. Mrs. Ethel Garner entertained for Christmas dinner on Christ- mas Day for Mr. and Mrs. Sam heard with a social hour, pro- gram and refreshments follow- ing. Bethel 17 of Job's Daughters held a postponed business meet- ing on Dec. 28 in the Masonic Temple with new honored queen Betsy Thompson presiding. Dis- cnssion of coming events and ap- pointments were held. Reports on finances, and the paper drive were given. Following the busi- ness, a party was given to honor retiring queen Linda Johns, with skits and pantomimes on the past term of the Bethel, and traition of the Bethel. Mr. Roy Lotte is confined in St. Lukes Hospital, following major surgery last week. Mrs. Lotte and their two daughters of Cheney are daily visitors. Mrs. Grace Humbert who sus- tained a broken hip last week at her home, has been confined in Sacred Heart Hospital, the past 10 days. Mrs. Grace Kurtz was Christ- mas Day dinner guest of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kurtz and three children in Chen- ey. Mrs. A.B. Cutting spent the Christmas weekend in Spokane Valley with her daughter Mrs. Marjorie Sexton. A family dinner reunion was served to 25 relatives on Christmas Eve. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Griswald and daughter Gail entertained with a buffet dinner on Christmas Eve for family and relatives at their Cheney home. The Christ- mas tree and exchange of gifts were enjoyed with games after- wards. Those attending were Mrs. Grace Hurst, mother of Mrs. Griswald; Alice Gildea; George Gildea; Mrs. Rachel Lotte; Mrs. Betsy Hull, and two children; Mrs. Jessie Hull; Glen Newby; Mr. and Mrs. Hank Hurst, Moses Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Steiner and small son, Cheney. Lewis Griswald, who is em- ployed at the Atomic Works at Hanford, spent the Christmas weekend here with his wife and daughter. Other Cheney friends and relatives were callers. Senior Citizens meet The Senior Citizen Club held the regular meeting on Wednes- day afternoon during the holi- days, at City Hall. Plans were completed to attend the Ice Ca- pades at Spokane Coliseum, Fri- day New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, for the afternoon show, leaving Cheney at 1 p.m. on a school bus from Safeway parking lot. All 40 tickets have been sold and each must have their own ticket to present at the door. Seats are on the downstairs floor concourse, Shriners are the ush- ers and seating will be easy. In other business at this week's meeting" were .plans for the monthly potluck dinner, every- one bringing food. A business meeting for reports was held, fol- lowed by games. The Royal Neighbors Lodge plan to install new officers on Sat- urday Jan. 15 at I p.m. in the Lin- coln Bank Hostess Room, follow- inga business meeting. Guests are welcome for the ceremonies. Christmas turkey / >\> Gathered around a table filled with food they gave away at Christmas are these sixth grade children from Betz School. Students in the classes of Mr. Howard Moos and Mr. Ronald Cauvel, the youngsters decided to provide a complete turkey dinner and gifts for a deserving family in the Cheney School District area rather than anmng themselves. Each child donated money for the and bread and brought canned food from home. Nancy School Nurse, selected the family and delivered the Radio grant received Cheney residents may be able to hear a fine music and public affairs radio station by this time next year, according to Susan Wallace, president of the board of the Spokane Public Broadcasting Association and Cheney resident. In a letter released this week to supporters of the public broad- casting station, Ms. Wallace an- nounced that the Corporation for Public Broadcasting has just awarded the Spokane Public Broadcasting Association a $25,- 000 Phase I Radio Expansion Planning Grant. "This means that we will now have money to begin a major fund raising campaign to pay off past debts, support station oper- ations and to hire a project direc- tor, she says. Several Cheney and EWSC re- lated persons have supported the effort to obtain a good music and public affairs station in the area. Members of the SPBA beard of directors include EWSC School of erick Wilson Jr., as well as EWSC Audio-visual Librarian Susan Wallace. Ms. Wallace announced that an agreement has been reached with School District 81 to use at cost the KSPS-TV tower space for transmitter and antenna which will improve and expand the pro- posed station's signdl coverage to an average radius of at least 100 miles. An application has been filed with HEW for a $275,000 grant to purchase basic station operating equipment, she said. The request includes proposals for a power in- crease to 140,000 watts and a sub- sidiary communications authori- zation which will enable the new station to broadcast special pro- gramming on sub-channels for such groups as the blind and the public schools. "We must raise one quarter matching funds for the HEW grant in addition to money to operate the station," Ms. Wallace check for the SPBA to fund- raising chairman, Dr. Thomas Atwater, Dean, EWSC School of Business Administration, EWSC, Cheney. She also encourages supporters to write letters to the editors of the Spokanesman-Review and Chronicle telling why they be- lieve the Spokane area needs a fine music and public affairs radio station. "Your statements would be widely read, help to create an awareness of the need in Spokane for such a station, and would indicate that there is local support behind the idea," she said. e,e*eQ*o,*,*o,oo,t.,*o.*e*ooooo MERRY MIXERS Winkler's Stinkers 35V2 24V2 G.T.A.M. 32 28 Old Timers 32 28 Hopefuls 32 28 Cheney Bowl 30 30 Evergreen 28V3 31  Nabors 27 33 The Fuler$ 23 37 Hopefu|s, 2529; 907. Don Kennedy, 590; Don Kennedy, 236. Coda Enright, 494; Jonice Loft, 233, Business and Administration says. She encourages those who , Dean, Dr. Thomas V. Atwater, wouldlike toassist in the effort to '--.--.  _,Jb, f--.. Jr., EWSC Board members donate some money to the tax- Bruce McPhaden and Mrs. Fred- deductable cause by sending a Area Lunch Menu Jan. 3- 7 Cheney Men-Roast beef in gravy, whip- ped potatoes, dill pickle chips, raised cornmeal roll, chilled fruit cup, milk. Tues-Texas style rice, whole kernel corn, carmel peanut roll, orange quarters, milk. Wed-Barbecued hash, tossed sal- ad, parkerhouse roll, gelatin jew- els, milk. Thurs--Turkey sandwich with gravy, whipped potatoes, cran- berry sauce, apple crisp, milk. Fri--Spaghetti/tomato cheese sauce, snow-ball salad, french roll-butter, chilled fruit Cup, milk. Medical Lake Men--Cheeseburgers with relish, french fries, catsup, dill pickles, chilled peaches, milk. Tues-ltalian spaghetti, hot but- tered french bread, lettuce wedge with green goddess dressing, apple wedge, milk. 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