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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, January 3, 1964 MR. AND MRS. DENNIS CORCORAN--who were married 50 years ego on Christmas Day, celebrated their golden anniver- sary with a reception in the City Hall auditorium Sunday after. noon. Corcorans Mark Golden Wedding Anniversary Here Mr. :and Mrs. Denmis Corcor- an celebrated their golden wedding with a reception held in the City Hall auditor- ium Sunday. In a se.ttng of gotd and white chrysartthe- mulms, hey greeted over 200 rel, atives ,and friends. Mr. a, nd Mrs. Carcoran were married in Spokane Dec. 25, 1913. They made their hone in Sprague .and Lament, vthere  they were Wheat farmers, un- 1 reemen in 1927. They then spent .several years in Spokane, coming ,to Cheney ne:t, whre hey have made their  iar over 10 yea. Serving at the refreshment .table were her sisters, Mrs. Mm&apos;k Stax d M_ws. Ed Pratt of Spokane. Mrs. BLanChe F_,IRs of IAnd cut ,the wedding cake. Mrs. Leo McCru.tcen, Mrs. Cuks Cooper, SpOkane, Mrs. Lloyd $-lassler ,and Mrs. Harold lingw, both of Sprague, who are sters of M. Corcar- n, Mrs. Angus Baker, x, a siter4n, law, poured the cf- fee. Nieces in charge of serv- h''-th ptmch were ,Mrs. Jard, an, Amber, M_vs. John Krom, Dcrosse; Mrs. lobert IWoare, Colfax; Mrs. William Kidwell, Spokane, and Ms. Quin Carlon of St. John. Grand nieces handled the guest book. They wore Debbie Reed nd Jennifer Jordan. Thank notes, ,in charge of Jo El- len Jordan and Beth Kidwell, were tied as scrolls ad car- tied in a gold ,basket. TILICUM NEWS Afterrmo ,I.terary depart- ment will meet far a luncheon Thursday ternoo Jar,. 9, at the lmme of Mrs. M. A. Mal- moe, wi,th Mrs. R. D. Newton asSsdlg hostess. A guest speaker will provide the pr gram. Evening IAtevary depart- men will meet on Tuesday evening, Jn. 7, ,a the home of Mrs. Sam Bmaten. Mrs. El- mer Marsh Will give a book re- view. Iem.e Arts departmert will meet on Monday evertmg, Jan. 6, at the home of Mrs. Ahur Beaudreau, with Mrs. J. Casey a,ssis',thg hoess. Miss Alice lgme of the EWSC avulty will read petry or the pgm. A commi, ttee ef five will report on he Golden Agers Cltrist- mas bag of ,.treats d,onated to 17 local men and w(men as tir Christanas projects, with Mrs. Ra.ll Stevens in charge. ANDREWS VISIT IN L. A. Dr. and Ms. J. A. Andrews FRANK SMITHS CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Mr. :and Mrs. Frank Smith celebrated their 50th weddPng anniversary Dec. 21 at their home in Cheney. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith, Neil and Sharon, St. John; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith, Pullman; Mrs. Helen Lowery .and Melissa, Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Smith a,ad daughter Darlene, Spokane; Ardfle Smith, Bay- view, Icaho; James Smi, Seat- tle; Sadie Smith, Spokarm; Mr. ,and Mrs. Ted 1Vhnly, Hayford; Mr. and 1Wrs. Alvin M'dierman ald daughters Susan and Jean- ette, Spokane. Members of the amil.y ave them a Iourging chair or the ocvasion. Kenneth Hossoms Entertain 300 New Year's Day ,. Dr. and Mr& Keteth Hos- sores, wih enls, Mr. and Mrs. Veo F. Small, - tained wRah their  New Year's Day open ,hotts.e a the ttasson hme fr 300 guests from the EWSC tculty, com. munR7 friends atd neighbors. The efreNnnet hle was decorated in Ohristnms holly and cndles, with coffee being poured by Mrs. E. L. Dales, Mrs. Mary Newton, ,Mrs. W. L. Rowles, Mrs. Obed Willmm- son,, Mrs. Small, Mrs. Leon Wlfi:tinger, Dr. Agnes OoR and Ms. Charles DRtav=ar. Sew- tag the punch, were M. Eale tewavt, Mrs. J;ee Daugherty, Mrs. Robert IMnrImn Mrs. Witliam Drummond, Mrs. R. Wl,tfieId, ,Mrs. H. D. Kass, Mrs. Kenneth Kennedy, Allen OgSon aad Frarmes Husttm. The lurs were from 2 to 8 p. m. I GUESTS OF PARENTS E. M. Mrs. David ' Thiessen .of V, allejo, C., ave spending the oli<lays with their paren.ts, Mr. md Mrs Lawrerce M. Thiessen ad Mr and Mrs. Joseph Labh. Thies- sen, who is on leave, will go to Idaho Falls, Ida'ho, to com- plete his training. AMBER HOT LUNCH MondaT--Hamburger heav- en, spinach, bread and butter, peaehes, milk. Tuesday--Pork with apple sauce, celery, ,ht yowls and buter, .Chocolate cake, milk. Wedesday--Vegelable and meat stew, green sal,ad, 'bread and sons, Dan attd Tom, re- land butter, apricot crisp, milk. mmed qtiS week from Los' An- Frida3,Tomto soup, let- geles, here ,.they visid a truce and ,ttma salad, pemmt brother,  Av, drews, dur-, imter sandwiches, cookies and ng the Chr'mtmas lmldays, lapple sauce, milk. WEST SIDE SCENE--Cheney movie fans have special treat in store when West Side Story is offered at the Pix Theatre, starting Sunday. This is scene from the much heralded picture, which wes named top movie of the year and won 10 academy awards. Film will show through Tuesday. Whitfield's Back From European Study, Tours Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Whit- fied returned home last week frum four months in Europe] and England, where he was on Dave from ,the EWSC faculty, i [ They traveled through eig'ht! I c:)urtries in Euro,p for study! land tours; they spent s;wrall I weeks in London and visited with Dr. L. Oliver and Mr. R. Thackeray, who were ex- change profess,ors at EWSC a few yerars ago. Visits also were made with Mists Gwen Harper, the Dr. Dan Pierce family and the Ray ShuRz family, who are on leave from EWSC this year. They sent the seasons greet- ings to friends in Chen ey. Dr. and Mrs. Wtfield had left their son and d,aughter in Cheney with the Will,am Drummond family and return- ed in time for a Christmas celebration with ,them. Parkers Spend Christmas Day With Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Porter Prker were Christmas dinner guests of their youngest daughter (Harriet) and family, the Rob- et Gobe in Spokane. Joining the amily party t'h,at evening were Mr. and Mrs. E. William Parker and tree sons of Spokane Vatl,ey Mrs. J. M. Greim,, and s00ster, IClu b Plans Meet lVIrs. Floyd Simpson, and three ] children. I The Lakeview sein.g ell Mr ,and Mrs. Will,am Mc-Iwill h,o,ld a no, on potluck lu Kinley and two children of Se- I cheon ,and meeting attle spent the Christmas hol-lat the home of Mrs. idays here with her mother, Willms at Four Lakes. A , Mrs. Olive S.wegle; a brother, bu:,=;nes,s meeting an,el i De,an Swegle, and children, afterc.oan will follow. land a sister, Mrs. Del Me,Coin:- nell, arid family. MILITA-R-Y TY V Mr. and Mrs. M. R. S lavenst Lt. Col. and Mrs. E. R. were Sunday dinner gue'sts of temaeher were hosts to the Mrs. Julia Butler and son r, ual military party at Richa, rd. Colored slides o.f home at 220 Lincoln St., Washington scenes were shown day, Dec. 27. Guests l a complete the aftern,oon, military and civilian Mrs. Olive Swegle enter- n,el associated with tained two of her granddaugh- Wasking, ton State Co,l:lege tots, Susan McKinley of Seat- R. O. T. C. program. tle, and Gay Swegle of Cheney, with ,a dinner party Saturday ily, Plaza; Ctarence Shoaf evening at her home here. family, Spokane, and Mrs. D. G. Jerue returned Osheim, Cheney. from Seattle and Mercer Isla,nd Mr. and Mrs. Otis Saturday night after spend-Phoenix, Ariz., spent ing the Christmas ,holidays mash, olidays visiting [with her son, Larry Jerue and, ghter, Maryann, and Mrs. Jerue, and three children, rel, ative:s and friends here Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward is a former Cheney Garner, and Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. arid Mrs. M. S. J onck w Van Brunt spent Christmas at have spent the Christmas hock w the Garner home here for din- idays with heir son and f.a----- ner and a buffet supper, ily, Mr. and Mrs. LesSer ton('-'--- Mr. ,and Mrs. C. E. Bower and three children at San RI entertained wLh a New Year's ael, Calif. F breakfast party at their home Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lee fr lib MR. AND MRS. CARROLL CHAMBLISSMiss Dolores Marie for Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Su,n- Mort'ana spent the Chrisn Jackson, daughter of Mrs. R. L. Jackson and the late Mr. Jack- derland ,and two children, se.ason here with their rd C[ son of Tyler, became the bride of Carroll Wilson Chambliss at and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Lnn Boozer, tives, Mr. and Mrs. Wfll.a 8-1am a four o'clock ceremony August 4 in the United Church of all of Spokane. TV viewkng of Lee and Mr. ,and Mrs. Fran Christ with the Rev. Charles A. Dittmar officiating. Marriage the Tournamett of Roses pa- Lee and Dick. runsw was one of the many area rites taking place during 1963. rode was enjoyed afterwards, od and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Con- NOTICE OV NOMINATING CAU Notice is hereby given that a C r e*| ley, Mr. and Mrs. RwdI Con- cus o registered i vet .... f tbe Tow "' Icy and Mr. and Mrs. Rezeau Medical Lake wi l be held ir the Mun. pal Auditorium of the Town Hall PI the Town of Medical Lake at the I-I_ of 7:00 o'clock P. M. on Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hale    I PtOtt,s. held a no ,hst New o{ Chattaroy and their daugh-  / "-M_ I _ "if I Year s dinner party at .the Air- I way HeiSts cafe 00margasbord. ter, Miss Gldys Hale, of Wh'it- "== , J , l' m  "%.,.,lA,ftevwards they attended the tier, Calf. The Parkers received word '-------r-lll  I  11  --- Ice Capades a:t Spokane from their granddauglter, Mrs. I | )l J   = / /    ----1" I Mr: :and Irs. Bill Sperse and Gere Kuder, (Jeannie Parker):'===gLUl_ lq  [,lfamily of Spokane were in of Rhode Island of the birt'h =r =r I--- v, T,"; - -p  -- I  I  [ I [ ] Cheney Sunday visiting his of a baby gil to the Kuders. L L=[ ] | ..[ .IL ..... I1 I I J==[ 1t I |t mother, Mrs. Cora Larson, and They have two other children. L_J ] I I '.--$I  ]-  I Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hale. This is the Parkers' sixth- " " They attended the ot, de n grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. William Ie dinner at the home .of her sis-[wedding re:ceylon of Mr. and and Mrs. Tom Lee of Monana ter, Mrs. Jack Carter, where/iurs: l)enms orcran.  . LODGE NEWS went to Orindo. Calif., for the 31 relatives were present, mr..ann mrs. roya ek- Wednesday at 8 p. m., in the funeral services of Frank Cot- Mr. ,and Mrs. ,F. N. Daniels meier, Boise, Idaho, and chil- IOOF hall the Rehekah and tie, 62, on Dec. 19. He was entertained ,as Christmas dren spent Ohvistmas with the IOOF lodges will hold a joint their brother. Franes Lee, guests their daughter Mrs. ceremony for installation of son .of the William Lee's, drove Robert Lowry, ,son Scott and new officers, with open eere- the party to California nd re- dau,ghter Lynette from Ta,co- monies for friends and rela- turned in time for Chtmas. ma. The Lowrys  visited tives. Mr. and Mrs. Errest MeMil- his parents in Spok,ane and The Spokane Canton Team l:an entertained Christmas Eve friends in Wenatchee before will seat the officers, with at their ranch home near returning .home. Mrs. Sid L.avson, noble grand Granite Lake. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ftoyd Cook of Rebekhs, and Ivan Kerr, their two daughters and two were 1V[onday evening dinner noble grand for IOOF. Mrs. sons and families, Mr. and guests of her brother, Harold Mih) Ball and Ernest McMill- Mrs. Earl HiRan, Mr. a,nd Mrs. Oke, .and chiktren in Spo- hn, retiring noble grands, will Ken McCall, Mr. ad Mrs. Ted Lane for a preNew Year's ope he affair and welcome MeMillan, Mr. ,and Mrs. Don party. Coored Shtdes were guests and members. A musi- MeMilan, the number of chll- shown .of Hawaii, taken by the eal program wil be prostrated, dren total 16 g rantchi1ren o Okerts on a summer vacation A recepti)n will ioBow with the McMiIDns arid all present, there. Mr. and Mrs. J. & Lane'on- refreshment tables in charge Mrs. A. B. Og entertain, tertained as Tuesday lunch- of the ladies, ed ,t New Year,s dinner ,ar ton guests Mr. ,and Mrs. Lyle her daughter, Mrs. Wam Lubins, from N, ampa, Idaho, Seton and aznfly, Mlllwood. who have been visiting rela- A phone message as received lives in the Inland ]mpire. On at that time from a grand- New Year's Day their dinner daughter, Geri Sexton, from guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kansas CRy, Me., where she is DeWitt and children: from serving as a stevardess for Spokane. Continental Trallways. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Luiten Mr. 'and Mrs. David Daniel- had their son, Gerald, from son (Jean Kerr) prestted Seattle as holiday guest at their ifa daahter, Eliza- their home. On Clristmas Da beth Ann, for baptism on Sun- they went to RRZville for day, Dec. 29, in the United Christmas dinner: with his ChurCh of Christ, with Rev. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Charles A. Dittmar officiating. Luiten. A family dinner followed at Mr. and Mrs. Pete Men,gut the home of Mr. and Mrs. entertained with a Christmas Kerr, the mternal grandpar-Eve dinner party .at their ents, with the other grand!par- home for ,her paren`ts, Mr. and ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Dan- Letson of Rosalia anfd Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bra`tten and Margar- et Kerr present. Mr. ,and Mrs. Danielson, from Georgia, spent the Christmas holidays in Cheney and Rosala and lefi for Georgia on New Year's and children, Wayne and Ann, Day. were guests during Christmas[ Mrs. Martha Walton enter- WEATHER AND THE vacation of Mrs. tIagie's ath-Itained as Christmas Eve din- er, A. G. Strom, arid other l nor guests her sister, Mrs. Sam COMMON COLD members of her family a:t Mis- J Bra.ten, and her daughter, Q. Why do people take cold s'oula, Mont. Mrs. George Davis, who were when the weather suddenly here from Billintgs, M,ont., and changesP A. They don't, according to CHENEY HOT LUNCH their families. Cornell University doctors. CHURCH NEWS The ChTi,an chttlTl board of 'directors w meet for the monthly business on Tuesday, Jan. 7, at 7:30 p. m. in the church. The Womens Fel21wship will meet on Thursday afer- .noon, Jan. 9, at the home of Mrs. Ed WiRoughby far a study period and project unit repmts. Sunday, Jan. 5, t the Ohri,s- ti, an church,,, a guest speaker will fill the pulpit. Rev. Lyn- dall Logee willl speak,,b on the alcoholic problems in cities. He and Re. Donald Ross, pas- tor of .the local Oh urch, served :as chaplains in the Army dur- ing World War II. HAGIES VISIT IN MONTANA Dr. and Mrs. Daryl Hagie Jan. 6--Frankfurter loaf with gravy, Waldorf salad, green bears, cornbread and poaches. Jan. 7--Vegetable-bee stew, urder-the-sea salad, ,rrot and celery sticks, my.f )fins ad glorified rice. Jan. 8---Chil, glazed carrot, plums and .sweet rol. Jan. 9--Fried chicken, to- mato ,and corn casserole, let. tuce and orange eahd, bread and bu.tter  apricots. an. 10 -- Tuna-a-h-king, flffy rice, cole shw, baking powder biscuits and rosy ap- plesauce. JERRY JOHNSON ADVANCES TO EAGLE Boy Scout ceu of honor is to be held Tuesday, Jan. 7, at 7:30 p. m. in the Betz Elemen- tary school gymnasium. Scout Master Dean 8wegle said the Eawle rank would be conferred tpon Jerry Johron. PATMORES RETURN Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Pamore a'nd daughters, Heather and Susan, returned Sturday af- ter .spending .the Christmas ,lolidays with Dr. and Mrs. Duncan Gillies at Santa Rosa, Oatff. Dr. 'amd Mrs. O. E. Johnson spent the Christmas holidays with their daughter, .Mrs. Rex Walker, and fatally in Belle. vile. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kerr and Margaret ertertalned as Christmas Day dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bratten and Mr. and Mrs. David Danielson. Mr..and Mrs. Carl Hendricks returned on Saturday from Othello, where they spent Christmas week with a daugh- ter, Mrs. Stanley McLean. 'Mr. ad Mrs. Tom Presnell and .two sons entertained for the Ohristmas holidays her pavertts, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bland, ,of Ford. On Christmas Day .their .dinner guests were Mrs. lta Presnell, Emmitt Presnell .and Mr. and Mrs. Bland. Mrs. Etta Presnell returned home recently from a moh vaaction spent with relatives in Missouri, near Springfield and St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Mito Ball spent New Year's Day as guests og their daughter, Mrs. Harry King and two sons at Oppor- turfity. Mr. and Mrs. F]oyd Cook entertained as Christm,as breakfast guests at their home his father, Bard Cook, o,f Sprague, a brother, Harry Cook, and three daughters of Lam)nt, and Mr. and Ms. A1- Ion Cook of Four Lakes. Mr..and Mrs. Floyd Cook had .their gra, ndchildren, lob- ert and Donna Cook, as Christmas holid, ay guests. On Christmas afternoon they west to Spokane far a family In a four-year study of stu- dents' sniffles the physicians found that temperature change, wet weather, and get- ring tired had very littl to do with cathing cold. The doctors kept a week-by-week record of students who visited the cold clinic. The records matched year after year. There were a peak number of visits, after each vacation period, with the biggcst peak of all at the beginning of the school year when the weather was unusually good. There were almost exactly the same number of colds at opposite .extrcmes of wcathcr condi- tions -- on the hottest and coldest, and on the wettest and driest days, as well as on days with the grcatest and least fluctuations in tempera- ture. Our label is a hallmark of qualitylike "Sterling" on silver . . . "Tiffany" on jew- city. It is your guarantee that the prescribed medicine packaged under it meets fully the highest slandards of professional practice. / BE 5-6348 W. H. Westerman 15th day of January. 1964 for the I pose of nominating candidates to --. voted on at the municipal election to J, held1964, on.= Tuesday the 10th day of Ma12 Radi Candidates are to be nominated a 4 year term the follo'#ing offi the S to-wit : '" Inlngt )Ii Mayor kane Councilman-Position No. 1, Now  the by Marshall Webb N H I Councilman-Posltion No. 2, Now ptice by R. G. (Bill) Weatheritl ed ha 1 Councilman-Position No. 3, [t)w e ab( vc by Irvin Schubert lie4 ac Any registered voter of the Towhavi tg Medical Lake may be present and l[Sre r ticiato in said Caucus and wore theied. ,v]m By Order of the Town Council of'mder: ig Town of Medlcal Lake this 26th dafiding ' S December, 1963. h Np] Fred Shoal familp. O,hers at- B.F. Morgan, Tow,, Clerk +offic,, (SEAL) S] tending were Dean Denny faro- (Jan. 3-10, 1964) J'c dn @l For those who are n NEED .  N Our trucks will be in your vmmity  2nd Friday of each month   i w Call Mrs. Maddux, BE 5-6814 for ollechon -i f, ru St. Vncent de Paul Socmty and c - , Salvage Bureau --;t;,I., 2901 E. Trent Ave. " Phone KE 5-2'n t THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY iiiizh ha SHOW TIME 7:15 P. M .... ent,--- te t of SI ml n her F P" Th -" ix eatr dlett':aead i ...... I \\;b/ ?* o ..... ,. , lace ,an U ili Thsplcturetopatheplayl : t 11" ' " 7 I too. = i ..." *" Im'W {lerk o'f 1 r :: y arr .:-:......... WARNER 8R0& ++L".2,::.+ ithe Sup ington l __ . ?g, KL Starting Sunday, 2 p. m. and 7 p. ,,,. +,,  ,, p has I #e above Monday and Tuesday, 7:00 p.m. pualified One Show Only Admissions This Picture Only Sunday Matinee: Children under 12, 35 cents Genera Admission 75 cents Evenings: Juniors 75 (High School') s havin It] are re< ed, with Indersi ne ple l bat r an( Scrvi ove jingto: "WEST SIDE STORY"  ROBERT WISE ..,.. NATALIE WOOD .... ARTHUR IAURENT$ I , co*cvm  a c.oa.o * JEROME R08BIN$ RICHARD BEYMER RUSS TAMBLYN -oo..,. ,-.,.o  .,, ,  ............. ,o.. ,0, ,.mo:o*. RITA MORENO GEORGE CHAKI RIS *+m"...a .,.,..,, .,*..,,.,,,,+.. ,. + ,...,+o*,,o..,+. ., ..n, oa,0,,.  i 1