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Friday, January 2, 1953 Cheney Free PresS, Cheney, Washington [her husband, who are in Toledo,] I telephoned greetings to them. [ Mrs. Vernon Forst of Seattle was i an honored guest Saturday after- noon at a luncheon at the home . Mrs. A. B. Cutting, Ph. Black 2091 or Free Press, Ph Mare 1241 of Mrs. W. I Rowles, with co- hostesses Mrs. Lloyd Huse, Mrs. D. MISS LOWE BRIDE / Wed in Spokane DF RICHARD ROOS Miss Colleen Mac Lowe became the bride of J. Richard Roos on i o:3"- December 21 at 4 p.m. in the chapel i f Flowers at Bellevue, Wash., in a candle light ceremony performed by the Rev. David Drew Rose in the presence of 100 relatives and friends. The bride, given in mar- riage by her father, wore a gown of white lace eve r white satin fashioned floor length without a train, and a fingertip illusion veil attached to a lace headdress. She carried an arm bouquet of red roses and white carnation s. Maid of honor was Miss Joann Wall of Seattle, in a gown of red velvet and carried white poinsettias. Best man was Ross Scott, and ushers were Vance Frasier and Milton E. Lowe, brother of the bride. A reception followed in the chap- el parlor, where Mrs. Lynn Peck of Edmonds, Mrs. Clark Frasier of Cheney, assisted. Miss Frankie Iu Milligan, Miss Virginia Ran- dolph of Seattle and Miss Sherrie Bernard of Cheney served at an attractive refreshment table. The bride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Lowe of Seattle, a gradaute of the University of and a teacher in the Seattle junior high school. bridegroom is the son of nd Mrs. Richard Roos of He served in Naval Re- of World War II, is a grad- of Cheney schools and EWCE will graduate from the Uni- of Washington dental school June. The newlyweds spent honeymoon in Canada. For going away the bride wore a red wool suit, match- Ing hat and black accessories, with beige topcoat. They will make their home in Seattle after January 1. Guests from Cheney were Mr. and Mrs Clark Frasier, Vance Fra- er, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roos, 8r., and Miss Sherrie Bernard. The wedding of Miss Wands Wallace and Sgt. Morgan Seals was a candle light ceremony in St. John's Lutheran church, Spokane, Dec. 21. Many relatives and friends attended from Marshall, Spokane and Cheney. Tilicum Club Plans Varied Activities The Tilicum club Jubilee plans will gain speed in January when all committees will meet to make G. Jerue and Mrs. E. L. Dales. Guests included old Cheney friends and Dr. Irene Grieve and Mrs. Jack Teters of Spokane A Christmas dinner was held at the home of Mr. "and Mrs. Riley Baird. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baird, Mr. and Mrs. E1- I::)rt 13aird and Judy, Archie Baird and son Kenny, who is home on leave from the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Slavens of Spokane, Mr. and Ms. John Carl- son Axel Arneson, Herman Howe of Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Howe of Amber In the evening Mr. and Mrs Robert Horn joined them from Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Konrad Lauff had as Christmas dinner guests their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Con- !rad Lauff, two daughters and a son. A number of Camp Fire and Blue Birds gathered around the down town Christmas tree during the holidays for carol singing. Af- terwards they sang for the shut-ins in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs, E, A. Melville and Richard were Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Larry Adamson and Mrs. Alice Adamson in Spokane. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ike Ledbetter of Medical Lake and Mrs. Ray Nessley of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cutting had as Christmas eve guests for over- night and exchange of gifts Mr. arrangements for the program and dinner for the celebration Education department will meet on January 6 in the afternoon at the home of Mrs. Paul Rozell for a program on extemperaneaous speaking with each one using an assigned subject for a 5-minute talk, Mrs. A. B. Cutting as leader. The Evening Literary department will meet with Mrs. E. L. Moore on Tuesday evening, Jan. 6, with a program presented by Mrs. Bessie oore Dobie. The Fine Arts department has changed its regular meeting date! of Jan. 5 to a later date owing to MRS SHEPARD HONORED AT CHICAC-iO I iss Kuhlman Is Bride Mary Beth Kuhlman and Hutsinpiller were married a candle light double ring cere- the Community concert of Jan. 5. Tilicum club Afternoon LiterarY lmothe r department will meet with Mrs. L.! ......... fternoon I Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Reed and C van t-atten nursuay a , . ram IMiss Minnie Wittenbach were Sun- Jan. 8 for dessert anu a prog I. ' ....... ,,ir~i_ialaay evening dinner guests of Mrs. on play reviews, lay ivtzu v s- /   --. Dickinson /L" . oruiii. / Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Judd and three daughters had as Christmas dinner guests her mother Mrs. Ma- in the Sprague Communit Saturday afternoon, theiGRANDMOTHERS ENTERTAIN a:m:ueMtrv:tte:fIft: hTh: C:e::mYa?pnd;::h:;: h:lm ub g . - -[of Mrs Eva Everson. The devo- Spokane, tamont anu ." " guests from Cheney tional theme was "The First Christ- and Mrs. E. A. Melville trd, and Mr. and Mrs. is the daughter of O. W. Kuhlman of a graduate of Wash- is a teach- schools and former- in Cheney. bridegroom, the son of Mr. Mrs. J. E. Hutsinpiller of Spo- is a graduate of the Univer- of Washington and employed at glue Brown-Johnston Electric com- lny, Spokane, where the couple will make their home. mas Gift." Mrs. Binna Dummeier told of her recent t rip abroad. Christmas offerings were sent to Gold Star wives and children and to disabled veterans. Luncheon was served by Mrs. Roy Lotte and Mrs. Kirb Sooy. tl CHENEY SOCIAL The Cheney Green Thumbs gar- den club will meet January 8 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. O. E. Hurt. Will Hurt will speak on "House Plants" Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shepard and family were dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray hepard, December 28. The Sunshine club will meet with Mrs. Sadie McCall January 7. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Lean had as Friday luncheon guests Jimmie Miller of Bremerton, Roger Zim- merman was his guest for the day. Lt. Col. Daniel M. Carter and family entertained with a buffet supper Dec. 3 at their home here for friends and OTC personnel of Cheney, with 30 present. On New Year's day an egg nog party and open house for the army personnel of Cheney and vicinity was given at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Swegle and three children entertained with a dinner Tuesday evening, honoring her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mitchell of Spokane, in clebration of their thirty-sixth wedding an- Are Honored md Mrs. Leland Allen wei-e on their silver wedding ersary Dee. g8 with a reeep- at the home of her sister and ily, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Garst, Spokane, assisted by tleir son daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs: len of- ney, Many friends relatives called to congratulate . table was deco- in silver. Christmas colors tured the red wedding bell that 5 used for the wedding 25 years daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Yates and son Kenneth telephoned a message from their home in Mississippi to their par- on Sunday. Many beautiful gifts were pre to the honored couple. i niversary. Mrs. Olive Swegle, moth- MR. ALEXANDER ler of Mr. Swegle, was also a guest. Alexander was given a l Mr. and Mrs. Pete Billesbach had ........... -'n [as guests for dinner on Christmas )Irnoay party oy m u - -]day their daughter and husband, i el class and members of , " 1Gifts were presented to Mr. and rene church on the eve-|Mr s Mitchell Dec 26 at the home of ...... ' J Mrs. Milton Hunt and her daugh- Mrs Alexander (Mabel ,,, I ter Elaine gave a ltmch!qn eele- lovely: gift @resentedl bration of Elaine's birthday on honor of their recent I Tuesday, Dec. 23, atthe Hunt home. #as a. feature 0f thelGuests were Mrs. Floyd Simpson, "tke and coffee were serv-/Linda and Mary, Mrs. Earl Hilton frs. A. P. Rainey pouring and Nancy and Mrs. C. L. Hilton Alexander serving the y evening, Dec. 28, a wed- "eception was given to honor ad Mrs. Alexander at the e home of her sister, Mrs. West and husband. A buf- followed Mrs. James Blackshaw and Ruth, Mrs. Raymond Bell and Ruth, Mrs. John Babb and Robbin, Mrs. L. Russell and Penny. The girls en- joyed games after the luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shepard entertained for Christmas dinner her mother, Mrs. Marth Green, of Spoka.ne; their two sons, Richard Shepard and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepard and son Dan and Timm of Cheney. On Christmas day their Mrs. Happy Shepard has been11947 national convention. The fol- qppointed national chaplain of the,lowing year she was appointed ha- National Federation of Grand- tional chaplain and reappointed two mothers' Clubs of America for her years later. second term. The appointment was l In a letter to the members of made by Dorothea Sulivan, national the club the president paid a high president, at the close of the recent tribute to Mrs. Shepard's work as convention held in Chicago. chaplain. This is Mrs. Shepard's fourth ap- The above picture shows Mrs. pointment to a national office in !Shepard delivering the devotional and Mrs. William Sexton (Marjorie the organization. In 1946 she was/adress at the recent Chicago con- Cutting) and children, Geraldine I Robert and William Jr. Joining named program chairman for the i vention. them fr Christmas dinner were/[HU B H SRp [S] I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bower and Mrs. R. L. Jensen of Spokane and O 'Mrs. J. E. Manchester of Almira. Mrs. L. C. Cordill entertained as guests for Christmas dinner at her THE FEDERATED CHURCH i day evening at 7:30. Choir practice mine here Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sooy Fred W. Field, Minister on Wednesday evenings at 7:30. . f and Mr. anal Mrs. Fred Sooy of The Sunday morning serwce o i worship will be conducted by the/ CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Amber, her two sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cordill and pastor, Rev. Fred W. Field at 11 Many churches are launching a two daughters of Colbert, and Mr. o'clock. The sermon subject will be program for promoting the use of "Holy Ground." Special music by the Bible in 1953. The old-fashioned and Mrs. Nelson. Cordill, son and ! the choir under the direction of family altar is taking its place in two daughters of Amber. Little Ylrs. Mark Ratcliffe. All sessions the home. Christians are bringing Kay an d Ann Cordill spent the of the church school will be con- their Bibles to church with them. weekend here with their grand- ducted as usual at 9:45. i Everyone should cooperate in Bible Emphasis for 1953. The pastor's CHENEY CHRISTIAN CHURCH subject for the morning service Ellis B. Harris, Pastor will be "Building t h e Christian The sermon {epic next Sunday Home." will be "MarchirrgForward wih Sunday school 10 a.m. Morning Christ." Appropriate music will be worship 11 a.m. Evening service 8 !eatured. I 3.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. Morning Pastor, A. P. Rainey rion Patterson, and brother and worship 11 a.m. Christian Youth family Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pat- fellowship 2 p.m. Evening Bible LITTLE CHAPEL terson and young son, all of St. study and discussion 8 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. John. Evening service 7:30 p.m. "Mr.'and Mrs. Jack Toohey ha( EMMANUEL LUTHERAN Cottage prayer meeting Wednes- as Christmas no-host dinner guests Edward Wagner, Pastor day 7:30 p.m. their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Junior choir practice at 9:3C Rev. M. E. Moser. Lawrence Toohey and Harold; and Sunday school and Bible class at daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Orville El- 9:45. Worship service at 11 o'clock. ST. ROSE OF LIMA more, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Me- "The Glory of tle Living Word" First, third and fifth Sundays, Connell arid Karen. Mrs. Toohey, will be the subject of the pastor's Mass at 9. Second and fourth Sun- Sr., although bedfast, enjoyed her sermon, days, Mass at 11. famil with her at this time i Luther league meeting next Sun- Father Joseph Leclerc, pastor y  ...... Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hogarty ........  .... . (Cads Wolfe) from Spokane were and daughters entertained with a CARD OF THANKS .... Christmas dinner guests of her dinner Saturday evening for Mr We wlsn to express our sincere parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Wolfeland Mrs Vernon Frost and daugh[ thanks and appreciation to our Mr. and Mrs. Roydal Conley had ters of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs many friends who were so kind to ......... Mark Ratcliffe, Ron and Becky lus during our recent bereavement. as nrlstmas omner guests tner "  Mrs. G. R. Maxwell son and family, Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Dr. and Mrs. Albert Ludwig en-t Phyllis Maxwell Conley and children from Spokane, tertained with a New Year's watch and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Conley party at their home Wednesday of Cheney. evening for dinner and bridge with Mrs. Edward Wagner, Mrs. Ted guests Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cooil of Stahlborn and Miss Joan Griffith Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dales, mtertained Monday evening at the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kleiner, Mr. Wagner home with a stork shower nd Mrs. Raymond Bell, Mr. and honoring Mrs. Stanley Jenson (Nor- Mrs. D. G. Jerue, Mr. and Mrs. W. ma Wagner). Guests included mere- L. Rowles, Miss .Florence Fryer bers of the Lutheran guild and and Mrs. William Mobs. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Johnson Mr. and Mrs. AlvaBriner enter-  tained with a holiday dinner party and three daughters were hosts for Saturday evening for Mr. and Mrs. ahome-familYfor ChristmaShis parents,dinnerMr, andat theirMrs. 9- Jacob Richardson, Bob Tubbs, Mr. 1 , / _ D I and Mrs. Ray Shepard and Mrs. Lyman Johnson, and brother's faro- fly, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson Lola Lamphere. and children. Following the regular meeting of the Women's Fellowship at the Mrs. Mark Ratcliffe and Rebecca Christian church this Friday, Jan. mtertained with an afternoon tea 2, there will be a bridal shower for Friday afternoon to honor Mrs. Miss Esther Dobbins, who is home Vernon Frost and daughter Jill, for the holidays from her classes who were here for the Christmas at Eugene, Ore., Christian college, holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marsh were Monday evening dinner guests of JOSEPH A. SIMPSON Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shepard. 217 Paulen Bldg., Spokane Mr. and Mrs. EL G. Jerue enter- NOTICE OF PUBLICATION tained with a dinner party on Mon- No. 62783 2 day evening for Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd In the Justice Court of the State of Washington. in and for Spokane Precinct, Ronald (Lucille Watson) of Col- Spokane County, before the Honorable ville, and her aunt, Mrs. Rella Charles T. Goodsell, Just,ce of the Peace. A. K. SHEELY, doing business as Aetna Moore of Knoxville, Tenn. Adjustment Company, Plaintiff, VS. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ratcliffe, Jr. FRANK L. WHITE and MRS FRANK were. Chirstmas dinner guests of L. WHITE, husband and wife, Defendants. To Frank L. White and Mrs. Frank L. i Mr. and Mrs. Don Jordan in Spo- White, husband and wife, above named kane. defendants : In the name of the State of Washington Mr, and Mrs. Fred Heinemann ou are hereby notified that A. K. Sheely, and three sons had as Christmas doing business as Aetna Adjustment Corn- pany, has filed a complaint against you eve.dinner guests and gift exchange in the above entitlbd court which will around the tree Mr. and Mrs. F. on to be heard,at my office in the courthouse in Spokane, County of Spo- i L. Ratcliffe, Jr. kane, State of Washiigton, on the 5th day of February, 1953, and unless you ap- Mr. and Mrs. Carl nendricks and pear and then and there answer, the same Donna had as Christmas dinner will be taken as confessed and the demand guests their daughter and family, of the plaintiff granted. CHENEY J The object and demand of said complaint Mr. and Mrs. Carroll McLean and is to recover of you the sum of $26.35 and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin interest and costs of suit upon claim of LUMBER O Kershaw's, inc., for goods, wares and * Okerstrom, Mrs. Mertha Mills; and merchandise, which claim has been assim- for the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. P. ed to said plaintiff, and to satisfy said judgment from sale of attached property. J. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Wolfe Complaint filed December 4, 1952. and daughter and husband Mr. and Charles T. Goodsell, Justice of the Peace. Mrs. Mike Hogarty of Spokane. Presented by: I Joseph Dr. and Mrs. Graham Dressier" " A. bimpson, Atty for Plaintiff (Jan. 2-Jan. 16) One who, when he 'at, is eager to let the the bag. old-fashioned ,s of the holiday be yours. Hansen's Hardware It's a pleasure to look forward to another year among ]ou. Pastime Tavern Bill Geschke ,,: Roy Stuhr Clarence Brown Owl Pharmacy F' rk at d faro plliday Mr. an d Christ ily, M Beet he. VIr. an, iokane ner f( s. Ge( Cs. Ra !d faro ery an faro ine. Mrs. G. !yllis h s last kre, M ",d Elm J'. and !rry, I ude ( O can" r well s.B  in ( Mr. fam tTV pa jests. I ughter [ler on VIrs. t d husl I i ;-, .4 i i RED W i '  J