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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, January 1, 1.06.5 MARRIED DECEMBER 12Joanne Holling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holling, and Douglas Morgan, son of the Lee Morgans, all of Plaza, were united in marriage at the Rosalie Methodist church. See separate story today. MISS JOANNE HOLLING BECOMES DOUGLAS MORGAN&apos;S BRIDE DEC. 12 By Jeanne Green Jeanne Holling, daugh- ter of Mr. Woler I-[olig, and Dou, gs Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Morgan, all of PLaza, ,ere uvAted in mm'rge in n evenixg cereaony on De- comber 12, coxdttcted by the Rev. I,ight at RoseOla MeCa- odist clmre, h. The bride, given in marrhge by :her lasher, was radiant in a gown of Peau d Sole fash- ion, ed in princess lines with skirt having ,a f ,ulness ha back enlig in cathedral txa and long leeves ending in a pohat over the, ds. Her veil was of ikCuion net held by a petal crown. She carried white roses and steharmtis on ,her Rain- bow Bible. The maon of he.or was her ekl,eat sister, Mrs. James Stemz, with bridesnmids being her youngest sister, Barbara JLo}ling, Borme J(son and Carol They were all tt',ed in red. Bost mall was Ed Gr'mn; Dale Stevens, Don Bassos and Bud Jaeger ware uers. Mick- ey Byers, san of Mr. and Ms. Buel Myers, was ring bearer and the flowers girls were the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kruteher ,of Rosalia. tarbara Irene Reed Becomes Bride of Ed Bailie At Lutheran Church The weddir,g of Ms. Irene Reed '.nd Ed BaiKe was ,tmld at 4 p. m. Saturchy Dec. 26 at the Emmanuel Lutheran. Churoh lere. Atten'as were Mr. and Mrs. Johw Devine of tzvIle, the gmom',s brother- imhw and sister. M2s. Myrtle Baffle, mother of he bridegroom, was among the wdding guests who at- tended the ceremony perform- ed by the Rev. Chir Grube. After the reeerptia in the ehtweh, the couple wet to Calornia and Nevada on their hoeymoo trip and wl make their home in Oheney. Mr. Bailie ,lms been :manager of the rOon'oco Service statian here or a number of years. Holiday Reunion At Oscar Nelson Home The Oar Nelson 'lome was the scene of a family a'eunion during the Olmtms halidays. The families present were h, and Mrs. Laura Lawson and girls of Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. laurice Nelso and sans fvam Cklville, Mr. sad Ms:. I)n ,akoh ,and e'hiklr, from Pol@hnd, Mr. and Ma's. Bud Ne]n ,and sons from Spokane, Mrs. &lyre Austin and klren and Me'. arid Mrs. Lewie Nel- son and Igl4ren, all of Chmy. M. md Mrs. Jck Ne-----------------son, both army sergeants, compet- ed the reunion when they ar- rived Chrisas night fm France, where they speat the past five years'. Tlmy will new be stioned in Clioria. Of the 43 expected, Mr. and Mrs. RiChard Lawson and son of Taconm were the only ones unabte to attewd. Richard Lav- sbn is the oldest gandhtld and Dennis James' is te only geat grandchd of Mr. and Mrs:. Nel- son. 0ber rel,atives attending were Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dare and Lisle Dare of Ohe,ey and Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert McBride and children of Kosalia. It was the first time in 25 years the NelSvs ,and their childre were 11 tether at 'Christmas. l-[ol]ing arid ary Frenn were cat, die hghters. Miss Kare,v Garber was soloist. At the reception which fol- lowed in the church parl0vs Mis Charlene Mingles served: the weding cake. Mrs. Ed IIereford' had charge, of the guest book and Ms Shefla Es- teBe cared fro- the gifts. The young couple will be at home at Chene where they will compete tlmir edcati>n at EWSC folowi,ng a honey- moan trip to ladi'tn Hot [Spring, s in British Columbia. Kenneth Andersons To Be Stationed In Trenton, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Ke,neh Ander- son and chietdren Sara Jo aal Curtis returned to the ates several weeks ago after cm- plOWing a lwo-year ,ass'inmemt at Guam. They were visiting ker par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. A(lolhe Smith util Wednesday When they leR for,me where they will visit Mrs. Anderson's brother, re,gg Smith ad f,.am- ily at Concord and Andersm's brothers, De.mar Anderson, at Sacramento .and DonaM Ander- son at Riverside. From here they will o to Trenton, N. J. where CWO-4 Anderson has been assigned to the EAS]T headquarters staff. ,." During the Andersms say in CArney they were enter- :alned with dinner parties 'by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bvyceson, the Harry Mosman family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nataf mad Mi- carrie, Mr. and Mrs. Rbert Heath .and Jim of Spokane .and several retired service families who have settled in this a. Tuesday aftern,oon they spen with Mr. and Mrs. Jack AlIen and ehi.dren, Mar, lhea and Lee, at the home 0 Mrs. Aen's mother, Mrs. Mar- i a tir. The Allens cane Tues4ay morning by plane: from Porthnd to sped several days with relatives. CHURCH NEWS The Christi, an church board of directors will meet in the church on Tuesday evening, Jan. 5, at 7:30 p. m. Men',s Fellows.hip wl meet on Wednesday, Jn. 6, a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ch'chwell. The Women's Fellowsh,ip will meet .on Thursday, Jan. 7, at 2 p. m. at the lome of Mrs. Beth ,Smith with the president, Mrs. Ed WiIloglby, in charge ,f a business meeting ad mis- sioqary study. The new sub- ject of ,study, "New Nations," wiI1 ,be introduced at his meet- ins. COAST FAMILY LOCAL GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Willam McKir,- Icy, chughter Saxsan and son William Jr. of Edmonds spent the holidays here with her mother, Mrs. Olive Swegle and other rehtives. On Cimas eve a family dinner, Christnas tree and exchange of gifts were held ,at the :home of Mr. and Mrs. Del McCoanell and for chi.idren here. Others present[ Were Mr. and Mrs Dean Swe-' gle and f___our childrea._ Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alexan- der entertained,,' s Monday] evening dinner guests Mr. and l Mrs. Jim Blacksh'aw and daugh- ter Ruth MANY RELATIVES ATTEND GESCHKE About 100 riends and teA- fives attended tim gold e, wed- ding anniversary reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geschke Sunday afternoon ha h e Emmanuel L:uthean ehtrch. Hosts :for the occasion were he coaple's three sons, Ernest, Wflham and Gerald Geschke and families. The refreshment table was attvactive with yellow roses and gold accents with the ttree tiered wedding cake decorated with yellow rose- buds ,and gold leave,s at the centerpiece. Cake Served Guests Serving the wedding cake we,re Mrs. Williavn Saager, sis- ter of Mrs. Ges.chke, ,of Milton- Freewater, Ore., and Mrs. Gretha Mulligan of Paseo, Mr. Gechke's sister. Pouring coffee and serving punch were Mrs. Geschke's sis- ter-in-laws, Mrs. W i 11 i a m Zietzke of San Mateo, Calif., 5rs. H. A. Zietzke of Olympia, Wash. Mrs. Bonnie Geschke and Mrs. R. V. Reitmeier, the granddaughters, had charge o.f the guest hook and gift table with ,a gold money tree as the centerpiece. Also assksti,ng were Mrs. M. A. a,lmo,e and Mrs. Robert Reitmeier. Other Guests Listed Other out-of4own gues in- cluded Mrs. Geschke's Vhree brothers, Wi4,1iam 7Aetzke, who was best man at their wedding, H. A. and E. A. Zietzke; her brother-in-law, Wm Saaer, J im Blackshaws Christmas Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Jim Backshaw and daughter Ruth, a student at Whitworth, terd, ed the famil3r Christmas dinner of Mrs. Bl,aekshaw's parents' honm on Sunday, Dec. 27, in Greenaeres. Mr. 3nl Mrs. Joe Gox lad their ,six son and datghters :and families as guests that day, coming from Denver were eotsin, s Dr. and Mrs. Alien Thurman and from Tacoma son S. Sgt. and ls. De,bert Cox and children, !anlmr son came from Rear&n t'o join in: the festivities. LODGE N EWS AND FRIENDS ANNIVERSARY and her nephew, Frank R. Dav- ido, of Zillah, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. John Esslinger of Mill- wood Mrs. Helen Boil.on and daughter Marilyn, Mrs. Leslie Brooks, Duayne Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. W, arren Kennett, all of Spokane, and Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Gec,hke and s:ons of Salem, Ore. Brothers and sisters of Mr. and Mrs. Ceschke re, m,aina,d for several days visit and were hosted at dinner parties by Mr. and Mrs. WiKiam Geschke and Bonnie and Gary, Mr. a,nd Mrs. Errmst Geschke, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Geschke and family JOHN WILSONS VISIT PARENTS Mr. and Mrs..John Wils,an let Wednesday or their home in New York City after spend- ing two weeks with his p,arems Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wilson. John is a student at Harvard University nd his wife, Marl, is working in the mathematics Lynda D. Arnold, Harvey MacQuarrie Betrothal Revealed M;. and Mrs. Ru=:]l B. Arn- old, W. 4616 S. Oval R)'ad, Spo- k,ane, have annauneed the en- gagement of their daughter, Lynda Diane, to Harvey Bruc:_  MaeQuarrie, san af Mr. aud Mrs. Don ,.aeQu,arrie, R:)'t2 3, Cheney. a..: department at Harva.rd. Christmas clay dinner guests  < ,at the Victor Wilson h, ome Mso [ Mis Arnold was gradu,-tad included [r. and.Mrs. Bud from Ch'cev high chol, Cashon (Nancy Wflso,n) who[attended the " University of l0 ............... were m:a.rned, N.ov. 28 and w ]WaShingtan .and is clew a s:;prh- ,re making inert home nere o , o " ' ..... more majoring in Grman at BETTY HALE IS N EW ORACLE OF ROYAL NEIGHBORS At the postgoned regular meeting of Camp 2370 Royal Neighbors of merica on Mon- day, Dec. 28, in the Legion hll he charter was draped for deceased member Ma,ude Clambers.- Repozes on fiaane- .es were made and the audit committee named. It was an- rmun.ced that Mrs. ,Mad ale (Betty) is the district deputy for Ctmney and otkher Spolare county camps far the variting of ins,ranee. Blectton fogoved with Ms. I-Isle clmsn oracle; Mrs. ]!ltta Presne}l, vice oracle; Mrs. Wil- liam Lee, past oa-4e; Mrs. A. B. Cutthag, chancetllor; Mrs. Olive Swgle, 1; Mrs. Irma Conley, assistant mar- shal; Mrs. Jtmni Nelm, re- corder; Mm. Vivin Harvey re- ceiver;Mrs, lary Griffin, inner sentinel,: Mrs. John Bks out- er sennel; Mrs. Pete Bflles- Ea.stern Was:bAngt:cn State Col4ege. Mr. MacQuarrie was gra'd- University and is now a jun- ior ,at Eastern. majoring in business. The engagement was an- nounced Christmas eve at the home .of the bride-elect's par- ens. Wedding plas have n, ot been completed. Janet Williams and Larry Paul Liberty United December 26 The Me,thedist c,hureh was the setting for the marriage of Miss Janet Lee Williams, daughter of:Mr, and Mrs:. Orval Williams of,Ghe,l.a,n, and Larry- P, aul berty, son of Mr. aad Mrs. Paul A. Liberty at 8 p. m. Saturday, Dec. 26. The Rev. Howard Pits per- formed the couble ring, can- dleliigh ceremony in the pes- enee of relatives and frieN. Best man was the groom's MAY EACH DAY BE FILLED WITH JOY. AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor e STARS PLANNING baah, :maaager for three yea; JANUARY AFFAIRS Mrs. ie Ooad, ey, rrmnager New Y r's reetm Ior tvo years; .. Flora Rul- es g eetmgs were : r ,-...,aa +  ....... :, ...... . l er, lold,over ,marauder; D . W. in,- ,,r Mo,-+h, ,,,,,- r- ,, I A. tam0n pnysmmn. ' Mav evmn';'lesa"n: I tnstaqation is planned for io +nle +Jan. 18 when appointive offle- It was aounted the Men's ers will he named Flwing night will be held Jan. 11 and the Starlite ball , 3an. 23 at the city hall for members and friends. Following the meeting a si- lent auction of white elephants was :hd far ent and profit with Ted Fxeeman as auctioneer. Christmas cake and coffee conlleted the eve- n,ing. REBEKAHS SET INSTALLATION DATE Rebekah lodge will hold reg- ular meetirg on Wednesday evening in he IOOF hl Jan. 6 ,for relovts of the secretar- ies and committees. Phns for he instaation on Jan. 18 with the Spokane canon team seat- ing the officers were made. The men of the IOOF ldge will join for he j'ot ias,l- tion of boh lod,ges. adjournment the members held a birthday party for Mary Griffin at the College Inn. Loriano Cordova Baptised Sunday SP5 Coy Cordova and Mrs. Cordova presented t,her 2% month old son Laano for baptism at the Methodist church here on Sunday, Dec. 27, dtriug the m.arning servic- es, with Rev. Howard Pills of. fie2at2ng. Mr. Cordova who serves with the NIKE installa- tion at Medical Lake, was traasferred here from Connec- ticut a few m,o.ths a,). Mr. arid Mrs. A1 Turner and son Fred of CA*arkia, Id,aho, were dinner guests of Mr. sad Mrs. John Van Brunt one day last week. From All Of Us At The Cheney Branch, Seattle-First Nat'l Bank ,broOher J. Liberty and maid of honor the bride's sister, Miss Dixie WIliams. Mrs. Sam H, atch was organist. The bride is a teacher at Harrington and the groom a student ,at EWSC. Te couple make their home in Sprague after ,a short honeymoon trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Galloway and two daughters entertained as Christmas holiday guests her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tackett .of Slakan,e. From the crew at WI] 603 -4 Ph el K WID Phor A Very Happy New Year From Everyone At YOUR CITY LIGHT DEPARTMENT Vict BROWN & HOLTER MOTOR C--"- 13 BEDR(