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Page 4 0heney Free Press Fridas,, February 5, 1965 MARYLYN SIBLEY AND ED CONACHEN PLIGHT TROTH FRIDAY, JAN. 29TH Miss Marylyn Sibley and Ed- ward J. Oonachen were united i 'marriage on Friday, Jan. 29, ,at 8 p. m. in the Commun- ity church of &arden Springs, Spokane. The Rev. Robert Mi,ns offi, eiated at the candlelight, double ring ceremony in a set- ting of baskets of white and pink glads ad carnations. The bride, given n ge  by her .father, Wilfred Sibley, wore a white wool suit with blue lint and accessories, with a corsage of tiy red rosebuds. Mind ,of hon, or was Mis Shirley Smith, who wore a royal blue suit, with white accessories and pink earatin corge. .Best man far his brother was William Conachen and ushers were Douglas bog, Dan Grothe. Organist was Mrs. Vir- gil Kolllars, .sister of the ,groom, and soloist Miss Karen Kidd, with Rev. Eugene Ros so,loist at the reception that followed. Mothers' Dress Described Mrs. Sibley woe a forest geen suit with beige ha,t and accessories. Miss Conachen chose a laverdar wool dress with dark hat ad accessories. /ssisting at the reception in tim church parlors were: Mrs. KRELL-KING RITE HELD ON DEC. 20 IN PASCO CHURCH Mss Mare]a Charlene Ki,ng of ,Pasco became .he bde of $ames A.  .Dec. 20 in the First Methodist Church a Pus- eo with the Rev. John Fimaey of fic'mti, rg. The bride, dauger of Mr. arm Mrs, L. E. Morida, Bom- bay, lna, graduated from Co- lumbia Basra coll, ege and a- tended Cenl Wa$' Stae collge. The bridegroom, sn of Mr. and Mrs. IffaaTT 1 of Espa- ola, is  graduate of ,F_sern slngtan State cltege. The bride wss escorted to the ,altar by her father, A. It. Kerry. She ere a vhite satin  gown fashioned wi an empire wJstle mad flr- length train. er fin-t[p veil was caught by a cmw of seed pears arid cryst as. He iuquet was ,a cace of wte roses eeered vi,t a white orchid. 'She carried a ,haa- mde lndkerchief given to her by Mrs, K jaa'tan Turmo of Bombay. Maid of honor was Miss Grace Sopher of IAmdon, Ea- }and. Bridesmald were Ms. JevaM WrigM of Pm, kdle, Ore,, and Miss Pbea Huston of Ffe, Wash. Kenneth KrLI was his broth- er's best man. Ushers and can- die-lighters were Armin Ilatt, Olymp arid Denuis Hattamer of Daverport. Assisting t ,the reception were Mrs. N, ovma Mast, M's. Elsie Moore ad Mrs. Mble Loose. Miss Parmela Duming had cage of the guest book. The couple .are ranking their home n Olympia where Mr. KroH. is a teacher in the Turn- water Mgh school. :Scott Lindsay, Mrs.. R. Mins, Miss Donna Cormchen, Miss SU- zette Hoxsey, Miss Judy Wat- kins and Nadine Wa,lden. Mrs. L. A. Larsen made the tiered wedding cake as a gift to the couple. Miss Marcille West- moreland hnd'led the guest register. The bride s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Sibley, Cheney, a gradu,ae of Cheney high school and student at EWSC. The groom the son of Mr. arM Mrs. Harold C'onachen of Garden Sprirgs, a graduate of Cheney high school is em- ployed in Spokane where the coupte will make their ,home. Mrs. Hilton Back From Board Session Mrs. Earl Hilton returned Monday from San Fremciseo where she hd atended the tb.vee day ,se'siors of the Pa- cific Regional Sclmals board meeting, as the representave deogate rom the Waki'n,gton slate school director's associa- tion, of which she is' first vice president. Delegates from the five west- ern .states took up national, regiortal .arid ,state issues be- fore the schools today. Fol]iowing the meethags, Mrs. Hilton went  Medesto, Calf., to sperd the weekeld wR,h Dr. and Mrs. Durman Thomson, former EWSC cuIty mrem - hers. Mrs. Robert Jonson ,a.d two children of Spokane spent Sun- day 'here with er parencs Mr. .rtd Mrs. C. E. Bower and Mr. and Mrs. Hermosa Jesen. CHURCH NEWS ADVENTIST At the Seventh-I)ay Advent- is services on Saturday, Mer- rill Brown was ordained as lo- cal elder and Lester Gray as deacon. Sabbath school is held ,at 9:45 a. m. aturays, wor- ship service at 11 and prayer meetin,gs at 7:30 p. m. Wed- nesdays, alter,ting in mem- bers' homes. Neiglborhood Bi- ble club meets at 2:30 p. m. SundaTs with Mrs. Elwyn I-asse. LUTHERAN The Lutheran church Ladies Guitd will meet in circles this month. Ruth circle meets in the afternoon of Feb. 9 wit Mrs. M. F. Mier hstess, Bible study led by Mrs. Leland Gmse, 'arid deotis: by Mrs. John Toron,o. M,artha Crcle mee in the evenin, g of Feb. 11 with Mrs. Gom'ad Lauff ,as hostess; devo- tions arid Bible study, Mrs. laph Stevens. Africa Talk Enjoyed By Camp Fire Girls The Ko-Ki-Ke-Io Camp Fire Girs held their international frien.dshtp tea ,at the home of Mrs. Louis Grafious @nl Jan. 28. Mrs. Gra.fious talked about her experiences in Nigeria and showed the group her inter- estig collection of native crafts. A table centerpiece of miniature rmie huts and palm trees was made by a cocnmittee composed of Nanette H, ardin, Sam M.cKeelmn, MaryLynn Ni- chots .and Patsy Steensma. Refreshments were ao pro- vided by the committe, n'd cupcakes brought by N anette were individually lettee,d to spell out the name Nigeria, Africa, n green and white, the rmtional colors. TILICUM NEWS Tilicum Club Board met on Tuesday at the home of the president Mrs. Stagey Pierce with a majority wese,rt. Rou- tine business was tran,sacted and projects discu,sed. Fine Arts department met Monday at tle home of Mrs. E. L. Dales with most members and five guests present. Mrs. L. E. Zimmerman presented Miss Cecil Dryden in a review of her book, "Women of the West." It was planned to enter- rain the husbands at the next meeting on Feb.15 with a dro- ner party at the Red Barn. International' Education de- partmen met on Thursday efternoon Feb. 4 . the home ,n of Mr:s: :Obed Wi'amson. A program was presented by Mrs. J. W. Oossal'raan on cringe in the Umted States.  was fol- lowed by d]svu:ssk. Handicraft department will meet Tuesday evening, Feb. 9, a the home of Mrs. Virgil Mary circle in the eveng, Bonk to beghn the prje on Feb. 16, with Mrs. Wally B, al que plaques. The knitting hostess, and devotions and. l mect tins occupied the last study by Mrs. Ted I-Inm: j two meetings, On Surtda, Jan.i 3.1, the I Afternoon Literary delmrt- church .held its annual congre-Iment  meet Tlmrsday, Feb. a*ion dimmr after the mrn-[ 11, at the .home of Mrs. Get. ing worship, with 200 presect.  trtrde ,Rice with Ms. Holter as. A phned potluck menu was sistng for the 1 p. m. lunch- erved with the women's cir- cles in charge. Guest s.aker was Rev. Nyer UlmeSs of Our Saviour's Lutheran church in Spokane Valley. He tad of his attanee at the Ohicago na- torml conference recently. METHODIST The Methodist church Wom- en's society will rhold a rgu- tar meeting on Tuesday after- noon, Feb. 9, in m church at i contact her for the atos ,and 1"30 Mrs Earl Brooks will other information. Cas prizes ive'the devotions, Mrs. Hrry wll be awarded nd. a..sty.le lhmpton has the study pro-[ s hr wof he garments: wm De gram and hostesses will be [ stagea. Mrs. Francis K.ueM, Mrs. J. I___  Wilcox and Mrs. A. W. Phil-e' meH n. .... ' ips for dessert. The lmsiness mrs. raymoua w,mtneta, as- session will include plans for sisted by Mrs. F. N. Dares, the Feb. fellows'hAp dinner to be served Sunday a,fternon, Feb. 14. CHRISTIAN The Ohristian church held an open meeing on Sunday evening, an. 31, on the topic ,of Religion ill the Schools. Rev. Dolad Ross presented Supt. William Riggs of the Cheney ,school distret as the main [speaker of tve vening. A gmd attendance was on ha:nd and some d]scu, sion folved. The Ohrisan church yuth group were m charge of the :morning worship with Rn Harris, ,son of former pastor Eltis B. Harris, ,as the speaker. CHRISTIAN The Christian churclms of the dtrict w Imld a meet- ing Mortday, Feb. 8, at 7 p. m. in the Spokane, Country -Iomes chuh. The toic wH be "VCarld Outreach and Chal- lerge," which  crairmen of departments are: urged to at- tend. Ical church members plan to be lresent. een. The pmgam will be con- dueted by Mrs, Wm M@hs. Girls Sewing Contest,.,Mrs. Conrad Lauff, chairlllran of the sewing contests for high school girls and adu Tivum mem- bers, ,announced the corttest ,sponsored ,by fle Federated women's clubs of the state will on e agenda f now tmtl the district mcetg in April Anyone inerested may Ernest Harr has returned frerm the Deavoness hospital ,a,rd is recovering at ,his home here. Clers were Mr. and Mrs. Keith arr, Mr. and Ms. George Fossum ,and Mrs. Ruth Ferhman this week. Friday Buffet Supper 5 p. m.-- 8 p. m. Eating House was hostess at the regular PEO luncheon meeting Wednesday. The program entitled, "Heav- en in My Had" was given by Miss Forence Rue. REBEKAHS MET ON WEDNESDAY The Re.bekh ,iodge held a regtar meeting Wednesday evening, Feb. 3, in the IOOF hall. Mrs. Agnes ,Oharlton, new roble grand, and her officers were in charge. The commit- tees of he year were Immed arid ptan,s made for lodge activ- ities. SEWING CLUB PLANS ' POTLUC K The Lakevew ,sewing club will ,hold a potluck lnchen .on Feb, 10 at the home of Mrs. Bert Wahl with Mrs. E. H. Dare as co-hostess. Pl, ans for the year will be made and a Valen- tine gift exctange of 25 cents Value will be heM. Bring des- ert in the Valentine motif. 'Surprise Party Is Given Kirb Seer On 8Oth Birthday Kirby Sooy was hnorerd with a surprise p,rty on his 80th birthday Sunday, Jan. 31. A huge decorate,d birthday cake was baked by his daugh- ter, Mrs. Hmer Hol]Jday. Guests included ,his two sis- ters, Mrs. Nell Seige o{ Pine City and Mrs. Ivy Crdill. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Seigel of Rasalia, Mr. and Mrs. Hom- er Holliday and Brian and Mr. nd Mrs. lal, ph Hollid,ay e,f Deer Park. Mr. and Mrs. Cur- tis Holliday of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lundberg and family of Opportunity .and Mrs. Kirby Sooy. Mond,ay evening he was h,on- ored with another surprise par- ty at the I. O. 0. F. lodge meet- ing. Mr. Sooy has be,on a me,m- bet of the tod,ge more than 60 years. Birthday cake and ice cream were served. ROYAL NEIGHBORS DISTRICT MEETING The Inl, anid Empire district o{ Royal Neighbors lodges bare set March 29 for the annual dstrict meeting to be held in Ritzvilie. A plarmin,g meeting has been cMled for Feb. 8 at the home of Mrs. Wiltiam Mil- ler, Ritzville, which will be at- tended by Mrs. MilMrd Hale, deputy and Cheney oracle, and Mrs. Marie C)r, ley, past ds- trict oracle. Plans for the all day convertion and naming district .officers will be held at that time. BLACKSHAWS HAVE GUESTS ON SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. JmlteS Bhck- slmw arid dathter Rut'h enter- tainted at Sultday dinne for Mr. ,and Mrs. Ted Hopkins arid :son, Miss Darlene Schell, Miss Norma Gaddis. Rutah is bovae ,for a few days from Whitworth for the semester vacation. She is ,a freshman ..... JOB'S DAUGHTERS PLANNING DANCE At the Jan. 27 meeting of Job's Daughter belml in the Msonic temple pms were made for a dance on Feb, 19 ,and other business transacted. luth BEE1, j u,ni, or past queen, v,s ,hoamred with a part3 themed to Spanish motifs. i A skit on everRs of her term ins queen was given nd ao a gift. Refreslmev, ts featured a specially in, serbed decoaCed cake. The meeting n Feb. 9 at 7:30 p. m. will i,seus aft ouVline of he 'season's eCtivi- ties and events MART.0000 TO MEET MONDAY Martha cher OES' will meet Monday evening, Feb. :8, at 8 in the Masonic temple; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pendell, patron and matron, will pre- side. The ways and means, it- tee will present the pl,ns for the pubIic card party to be lmM on Saturday evening, Fe,b. 27, in the temple. Also the pan- cake feed .of March 14 for E6- TARL scholar,'p ftmds wi]l be pkamed. The final visitation of Grand Matron Florence Mor- ris will be held Feb. 22 in Spokane val, ley. VISITS IN SEATTLE Mrs. James Shindlr return- ed this week ron a 2-week visit wih Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weigand and $an'et in Seattle. She 'accompanied ,the W. E. Betz family to the coast city weekend with the Weiazds. Jan. 15 when they spet the weekend with the Weigands. PTA BOARD MEETING The Elementary PTA ex- ecutive board will meet Feb. 9 at 8 p. m. in the Betz li. brary. Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. CHENEY NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hair and Patricia spent Snd'ay after- n'an in Spokane wih relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Billes- bach spent Stmday in Spokane as guests of their daughtvr and family Mr. and Mrs. M0rrs Slavens and two son.s The oc- casion celebrated the bir't,h,day of Mrs. Bill'e,sbaeh with a din- ner party. Mrs. Rss Smithso,n from Kalispe]l has been a houze gue,st of hr d,aug.htzr and fam- ily Mr. and Mrs. W. Sdbley the past week. She attended the wedding of her grand- dauffhter Marylyn Sibley week. Mrs. Omer Pence rom S.t>o- kane sent Tuesd, ay in C!han, ey i with friends and attended the ] duplicate bridge el,ub of which I she is a member___ JLEGION LADLES /TO MEET FEB. 10 ' The Legion AuxLl, iary held a p,stpcncd meeting on Wednes- day, Jan. 27, wii,h vice prasi- dent Mrs. H. Goertz presiding. Routine busines:s was trans- ,acted in the Legion h,all. Mrs. Pc,re Bi]lesba,ch served dessert t the meeting Feb. 10 in the Lgio,n hall. P}ans for Girls State is sporsared by. the Aux- iliary and Legion. A girl will be chosen from hi,ffh school to go to EHensburg fay two weeks in July. I BIRTHDAY PARTY " DRAWS RELATIVES lr. and Mrs. Tony Carpine ,and four child:r on; spe,n Sun- day in Spokane with her par- .eats Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Grim- melt in their new home on 20th. The occasion was in cele-! bvation ,of Mrs. Grimmett's bivthday with five children and their fmil.ies present: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hixon and chil- dren, Bob, Oary and Ken Grim- met .and their wives nd chil- dren. One d'auffhcer Bnnie Balaam in Oaliforn'm was: un- able to be present. DO YOUAVE A:: i .:, PE RSONAVRxMAN? !  .....  ..... It's important to sect one : because your pharmacist Ls .> your physickan's cxmsultant about new products-is inter- : preter of your phraician's pre- .. scriptions--is relnsible for . 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