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--t Heaton-Morrison Rite Held Dec. 23 At Home of Bride Tile wedding of Miss Susan Morrison and William Heaton, Jr., was held at 2 p. m., Wed- nesday Dec. 23 at the home ot her parches, with the Rev. George Allen p erfo.rming the double ring ceremony in the presence of the family and close friends. Miss Bonita ..forrison was maid of honor for her sister, and best mans was Milton Heacox. The bride, who is the daugh- ler of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Morri- son, chose a pink brocade cock- i all length down, with bridal ouquet and a whire carnation centered with a white orchid Maid of honor wore a blue wool dress with pink carnation cor- sage. )ung couple, students will continue their studies at the college here and make their home in Cheney. A reception foil.owed the cere- mony at the Morrison h, ome. The bridegroom is the sot Mr. and Mrs. William tlea- ton of Spokane and a senior t EWSC. [HOLIDAY PARTY 'CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON Sunday, Dec. 27, at tmr hone Mrs. Lloyd Holaday enter- for Mr..and Mrs. Willm Sex- GIVEN BY ROTC rained with a bridge luncheon ton .and Debbie of Millwo,od, Monday hon, oring Mrs. Ken- /'tiss Geraldine Sexton of St. A festive air surounded the neth Anderson (Dixie Smith) Louis, Lewis A. Beddoe of llome of Lt. Cal. and Mrs. Ed- and Mrs. Frank C. Ray, who is Yakima and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. gar R. Fenstemacher Tuesday visiting hr daughter Mrs. C. Bower. evening whe they were hosts V. Atkinson. 5L,;r. h,abelle t{ays of Spo- to the annual ROTC holiday C%ristmas decorations and openhouse party, t;oin:settia plants added a fes- More than 150 faculty mere- live note to the party. Three hers and business friends of tables of bridge wei'e in play Eas,tern Washington St,te Col- following the holiday hmeh. lege's R()TC unit attende lh( gala affair. Assisting Col. and Mrs. Fen .Aemaeher was their son, San- dy, and tim followin.{ ROTC )ersonnel Capt. and Mrs. Prescott Eaton, Capt.. and Mrs. Ro,bert Pugmire, Capt and Mrs. Gary Dalzel, Capt. and Mrs. John Moser, Capt. and HOT LUNCH 'i Jan. 4---Weiners in Blanket, fauerkraut, relish tray, cheese. live-batogna kabola, sweet -'herries. 1 Jan. 5Roast Bee, mashed aatoes brown gravy, western s: aa bowl, coffee cake. Jan. 6---Chili, glazed car- -----lots, sweet rolls, aprico& i Jan. 7Fried chicken, sweet >Pintoes Waldorf salad, corn-[ Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hender- )read, plums. I son of Vancouver, Wash., spent Jan. &--Spaghetti and toma-I the Christmas ho,tidays with sauce, ,green beans, [their daughter and fami,ly, Mr. butter sandwich, cherry [and Mrs. James Wills anal four children. ALLEY ANTICS 5 O'clock Mixed Pin Pals 37 27 Four F's 36 28 Fugitives 34 30 G. I. Joes 331/, A lnberites e 31 I Calvert's Reserve 29 35 36 S jilts & Misses 27 37 908 Hetty Mrs. Maynard Nelson, S. V. and Mrs. Warren A. Va ,ghn, S. 1,'. C. and Mrs. T'holna3 ttar- ,1;v.. and S. F. C. and Mrs. Charles Eitchen. KARYN RICE IS BAPTISED SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Francis Edwin ice presented their infant lauhtcr Karyn Elizabeth for baptism in the Methodist church during the too,mind service, Sunday, Dee. 27. with the Rev. Howard Pitts officiat- ing. The couple are employed at Lakeland Village where they make their home while Mr Rice finiahes his studies at EWSC. PTA BOARD TO MEET 'Phe Dlemantary E:eeutive Ioard will meet Jan. 5 at 8 p. m. in the Betz school library. VISIT DAUGHTER (?on. Music Professionals Yule Party Guests Mu Phi Epsilon, internation- al music sorority in the pro- iassional iield, has several Cheney meml)ers who attend- C. cd the tloliday coffee party in Spokane Tuesday morning, Dec. 29, at the home of Mrs. C. E. Gihnan to honor its ac- tive collegiate affili,ates who are home for the holidays. The Spokane ahmmae chap- ter members were the hostess- es with Mrs. Ronald Shaffer and Mrs. C. E. Avers in charge e,' decorations in the tradi- tio.nal theme. Going from Cheney were Miss Gwendoline It,arper of EWSC fae||tly, Mrs. Sam Hatch ?,Its. Itaro!d stevens and Mr Pat Whitehill. The chapter will hold its monthly meeting at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the home f Mrs. Byron Swanson with assisting hostesses Mrs. D. H. Murray, Mrs. Jerry Naimy and Miss Frances Carden, Spolane. Miss Harper will be the speaker of the evening teeing of her 16 .m,orhs spent in Europe the past year. lfas Beon 28 kane spent Christmas week- SlmtS & Misses 2446; lIas Beens .  Ken" Ward 529 ; Jim Goodwin 214 ; end in Cheney as a guest OI/ilartford 548, 200 !.'h'. and Mrs. Elmer Con,ley. Bowlerette I 5 Bees 39 "25 C. C. Carter Jr., who has ] ;19 25 spent the Christmas holidays M N M :;6 .2 Bill's aills 34 30 here wit}] his varents, return. Ke y's Tavern 311/ 3214 ed to his f;cllool ill l-,exingtoL Baits ]GA '291 34!,,2 Lil's Curls 29 "]5 Mo., where !]e is a student in D/ilstm's Insurance tile :': is a6 nhhtary and member of M N M 2711, 982: ,lan.,w Dyck 509,202. Wednesday Mixed the school band. Yard lllrds 38 2'2 ]{efulees 15 25 Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Merri- I,,ke Y,,,,,,, aa,., Ilion ente.rtaihed .as Chris:Dnas Winans lb{vis  : 2,t 31 J. lL's 29 31 din:ler guests their SOil and Kin Wins ". 2s,A :If% amAy, Air. and Mrs. Bayard U,,.k,,.oos 2 a Dis Ables 22 18 L/erriman Lind Terry of Spo- l)ee Abhmmn 241 ; Roberl "Winans 515 kM'le, their grandson and fain- Marco Arndt 19,t,492. Cheney Businem en ily of Cheney, Mr. and Mrs. ROTe , 2:: [ln] ]i]el'ril]larl alld two ehil- Fi,.,, De,,:,,.t,,,,m a 2s (iren. "Wilson nonles ;/5 29 Edger t |ires. 3.t 3(i ()uUaws 3:1 - 31 MI . and Mrs. ,John Van Nd)is(,o 31 33 Jrul]t wel]l to Davenport oa 1,.,. P,'e,s 2a :; lrowr, & I|olter 18 46 Wednesday, Dec. 29, for the D,,, ,,e ..... ; 5.96; F,'eo l','ess 0l funeral of a longtime friend, om,,,,.. 2,,a7.'-' Cheney Automotive locke Fishtenberg, who is s:ur- w., (:h,,v,.., Station 4.i 28 rived by his wife Myrtle at th, tca,qil're F,,rd :,.: ae/ ]]o,n]e t/]ere. Sunset View Ranch . ;17 " 35 Ed(iy'. Shoe Shop 36 :16 Mrs. Dorothy Reed is s:pend- ],s & l{,rlderson 35 ::;7 }{illcrest Stables :]4/ 37/. ing the Christmas holidays in ro,,'n  n,,m,,. :u  Portland with friends. Cheney AIito Partrs 31 41 T I L I C U M NEWS the University of Wash00n00n, is visiting his parents Dr. and The American H,oqe delart-Mrs. J. A. Andrews and his ment will sewe and be the grandmother, Mrs. Oive Of hostess group for the general ange over the hofidays. memberslp meetng to be held Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hola- on Jan. 19. day, Mr. and Mrs. Robe,rt Gif-. Evening Literary depart- ring and Dean, Mrs. Beuh Lee [ -- ment will meet at the home &nrd JOhn Colbert attended he[ of Mrs. Glady.s Hoyt on Tues- Ice Oapades following Ohrist-] day, Jan. 5, for ,a program o Paris by Mrs. Walter Rpp. mas dirmer 'at the hrne of[ Mrs. Holladay's tarents, Mr. international Education de- and Mrs. Frank Paul in SPg- partment will mee on Thurs- kmm. Mrs. Muriel Cre,e is spend- ing the holidays in Seattle and coast point.s with her daugh- ter and family. Mr. and Mrs. MilMrd Hale, Earl and rancis entertained as Christnaas guests her broth- er and family Mr. and Mrs. J. Wright Baylor of Inchelium Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Meritt A. John- re,an, s,on left Monday, Dee. 28, or a two vreeks vacation in I-Iawail. Shop Dan Andrews, a studen at Al's Chevron Station, 2970 ; ]] Stables 1034; James l)yek 245, 632. son of Rev. and Mrs. Dittmar. Mr. a'nd Mrs. H. Harvey and] two children envertained as l holiday guests her gaents, Mr. ] and Mrs. Ros Duff of Missvula [ and ,a sister and $amy, Mr. [ and Mrs. Ronald Duff of Boze, [ Mz)nt. the easy way, Classifieds. c CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College ified Rates---S cents 75 minimum i:; Minimum edv. not in cash will carry  1 g charge. FOR SALE INCOME PROPERTY i Newer 7 unit apt. each {with 2 bedrooms. All leased or year.-Ne;r college. =" ' 2and3 i bedroom duplexes lin choice location. :i Ken Morlan WIDMER REALTY i 603.4 Columbia Bldg. O, Phone MA 4-1288n13tf L  BEDROOM OLDER HOME In very good condition. wiring. Good co,mpo- ro6f. Double garage. location on large lot. DOTEN REAL ESTATE :24-1at St. 235-4050 i n,13tf ompUs, 2 bedroom new- Pine with ,apt. in base- rents for $65.00 per Terms. Ken Morlan Realty, MA 4-1288. n27t area 5' Blks to (?allege. 3 R. 2 furl baths, Daylite Garage, Will be finished 15, 1965. Buy now and se- YOur Linoleum, tile and Bob Wilson,, 2354175. i d4tf Yourself for  thrill the you use Bkte Lustre rugs. Rent electric $1. H olnes Hdwe. "CUSTOM HOMES" 3 and 4 bedroom homes new district. Ready to or ,select your lot a custom home to suit. FHA or conventional fi- Ken Morlan WIDMER REALTY Phone MA 4-1288 d4tf praisal if you do not wist sell. 414Va First St., Cheney ARCHIE BAIRDS of M,r. and .Mrs. Irvin,g Brooks YULETIDE HOSTS and Kevin. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coley Mr and Mrs E F. Gesdhke Union Oil service station,, Ohe- joined her sister md family and Eric and Bryan of Salem, Ore., spent the holidays with ney, for lease. Dhone nights, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Baird at his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Spokane, FA 7-41,22, or KE 4- their Spangle home fro" a 0476. s25tf , W. Geschke. E. F. Geschke is Christmas eve dinner larty. W-O-- W-A Other guests were the children personnel manager cff the State of the Bairds, Mr. and Mrs. Farm Mutual Insu,ranee con]- Guaranteed outboard motor re- Ken Baird and three clildren pany at Salem. pair. Ed's Conoco Servic of Cheney, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mrs. Les]ie Brooks of Ken. ['hone BE 5-4400. ,lohnston and three children mare, N. D., and her son, Du, ance Brooks, Spokane, spent Would ,like to baby sit, my from Spokane valley. Sunday with her brother-in-lw, home, 3-5 yr. olds. Phone 235- HOLIDAY GUESTS Irving Brooks, and family. Mrs. 6590 jl Michael Smith, a tea,cher in :Brooks' *husband passed away LOST the Adn, a high school, came December 14 at Kemnare and from his home at Chehalis to she is spending several weeks with her son. .day afternoon; Jan. 7, at the Mrs. Frank C. Ray of Allan- LOTS FOR SALE home of Mrs. A. B. Outtb. ta, .Ga., is spending several The chairman, Mrs.  Ball, weeks withher daughter, Mrs. ExcUen. selection of Lots for wit'[ present a progrmn on w. V. Atkinon and fa, mfly. sale in 4 different areas, gerontology, "mature years." Mr. ad Mrs. Hm'y Msnan $1,200.00 up, terms to suit. Buy Fine Arts depvtnent will nd family had guests last St- your lots now & build later, meet on Monday evening, Jan. urday, Mr. and Mrs. AdolI>he Free preliminary design ser- 4, at the home of Mrs. Ralph Smith and son Miloe ,and Mr. vice with purchase of lot Bob Stevens, for a program on the and Mrs. Ken Anderson and Wilson, 235-4175. d4tf art .of cake decoratin,g, by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nataf and Jean MeMillan.  daughter Miche1e: Mike Smith FOR RENT 1 Handicrafters will meet on is n,ow teaehin,g in Ada Wash =- -  ,----7-. . I Tuesd, ay evenirtg, Jan 12, at Mr. nd Mrs. , B,'esbci t,ne ann tyro t)clroom tpl)s., I the home of M FI@ ,a /-,- uru,nished, electric hat I. '.  z, -'-,' --- to eain,ed o:s tmas dn- yard, trees Don Gal,ev o[ r a Kmttmg project. i)aklard " ' **. I Afternoon Literary wi]!l meet ner guests their son-in-law and .... " J [on Thursday aftern,oon, Jan. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Morris For rent, Jan. 1 2 bedroom 14, t the home of Mrs. Carl Savens an([ two sons of SPO- house. Close in, automatic Rudolf, with . M. A. Mal- karm, Mrs. Billbaeh's two heat. Phone 235-6863 jltf presenting the program, brothers Paul and Herman Howe and Axel Arneson. Furnished home just outside RELATIVES VISIT Mr. 'and Mrs. Harvey Ash- Cheney. Two b .edvzms a,d AT MAGGS HOME bourn spent Clstms day in complete kitchen. Call MA 4- Mr. ad Mrs. Pete Grosso of Spokane valley as dinner of relalives. 2814, .or TE 8-8164. jlp Castle Rock were Christmas Jim Bair has been spending SPECIAL weekend guests at the .hoelne of ' the Christroa,s holidays ,here their son and daughtertn,'law, For St. Vincent de Paul Soci. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Maggs. with his mother, Mrs. Markm Mrs. Maggs parents, .Mr. and Bair and sister and family Mr. : ety, things you no longer ]lrs. John Louthon of Cheney, 'and Mrs. Dick Jorda,n. He is a need or use. Help Us To Help The Poor For picku)s call BE and Mrs. M, aggs grandmother, teacher and coach in larys- 5-6814. jl8tf Mrs. Clara Gray of O,pportun- ville on the coast. ity, and Mrs. Maggs' uncle and Mr. and Mrs. Staniey Hughes (Charlene Brooks) anal da:ugh- Will pay a good price for US aunt, the Neff Humberts of ter, Heather, were Christmas and Canadian coins. Free Ckeney, were Christmas dinner Eve and Christmas day 'guests from Ted McMillan Ranmh-- 2 Hereford cows & 1 calf Branded :on right shoulder left ear on, calf cropped Call 235-6678 d4tf White gold wedding band. spend Ohristmas vacatiot with Jeanette M. FiSher, Box 39 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Four Lakes. " AdoIphe Smith and 'his sister, Mrs. Ken,neth Anderson, and family. LOST OF STRAYED CHRISTMAS EVE GUESTS Christmas Eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Daniels were Mrs. Robert Lowry, Scott and Lyrm, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andeson, Sra Jo and Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Ad'ol,phe Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bryce,son and Michael Smith. : YOU can relax when you're covered by O HELP WANTED NEWS BRIEFS Do you like children? Want to Mrs. Della Gant vdm spent baby-sit Monday, Wednesd,ay the holidays in Kamloops, B. bunk beds, complete and Fridays? Phone RI 7-7746. C., returned thi:s week to her mattress and springs. Judy Miller, Four Lakes. home :here. Housing. jlp dl8-jl Mr. and Mrs. Joh Vn Brunt were C:h,ristmas din,ner V00ctor Wilson Insurance Ctmrles Dittm.a:r, a studen at the Naval academy at Annap- olis, spen the holita.s in Ce- ney as a gue .of Stevn Swe- gle at the Dean Swegle home. tie is a midshipma at the guests of her brother and ram- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mauer in Millwood. They were joined by the Mauer d'aughters Miss Paula Mauer of Seattle, and Mrs. Jerry Peerson and hus- band and two sons of Spokane. Mrs. Roydal Co,niley le,ft for Seattle and Bre'merton Friday L'ight to spend a week with h.r daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Carl Newstrom ,and three daughters. Mrs. A. B. Cutting ener- tMned with a dinner party on Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- al equipmertt and/or spplies by Eastern Washirtgton State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121, ShowNter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T: Wall Director of Purchasing. (July I, 1964July 1, 1965) 4 BIG DAYS DEC. 31, JAN 1, 2, 3 Family New Years Treat Doors Open 7 P. M. Show 7:30 Out 10:30 Adm. Kiddies 50 cents Students 75 cents Adults 90 cents ..:":.:.::v. ..... r JACK CRABB CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE ,Friday, January 1, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 5 HEY KIDS ![ FREE B0WLIHG Sat., Jan. 9th -. 11 a. m. Cheney Bowl (Phone 235-6278) 2 hours of free bowling and instruction for boys and girls ages 8 to 18. Starting Jan. 16th, registrations for our sanctioned AJBC Leagues, Bantams, Ages 8 to 12, Juniors 13 to 15. Seniors 16 to 18. Leagues Start Jan. 23rd. ,7=-:-L ,"5 , ,  ,o oo. .............. WONDERFUL FRIEHDS! CHET'S FLOWERS CHENEY DRUG m