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Page 4 Cheney Free Press ROBIN ELAZABETH BABB Robin Babb And Lyle Bruce To Wed Mr. and Mrs. John M. Bbb, Cheney, ar, ou, nce the exgage- merit and fovtheommg mar- rmge of their daughter, Robin Elizabeth, to I_file R. Bruce, on of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Brace, FmTin.tgon. Miss Babb WIB be graduated from Cheney High School in l May, rand plans Co ttemi Kin- man Business Univecsity next year. Mr. Bruce is a graduate of Oakesdale High School ,arid is rmw a senior &apos;at Eastern Wash- ington State ,College, where ,he is majoring .in busi,ness admin- istration. The weSding is being plan- ned for June 6 in the Fan- manuel Lutheran Ohueh in Cheney. Charlene Brooks, Stanley Hughes Exchange Vows Mr. and Mrs. Lmdng Brooks azmounce .the mmriage of the' daughter, Cal, eae Lou, to Stanley F_Awaxd uges, mloon of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hughes, Spolcne. The marriage ,took place at Trinity Lutlmra Church i Coeur d'&lone with Na Wilson as maid of trance and Wtlzn ArR best mml. The bride's parees and brher, Kev,  wedding. The bride and groom are students t Fastn Wh- in.on State  an axe making their home in Spokane Missouri Society Meets In Spokane I.ast Saturday the  .Missouri Society met in he nand Light company buiting in Spokane for a pathlck dinneT and Valentine party. Mrs. Wallter Borglof of Chermy, president, conducted the meeth-g. Joe Cossahnan of Cheney was orm of 14 new members admitted to ,the so- ciety. The program was given by students from {he Acad- emy of Seventh Day Adven- i Of Spaxgle in a number of vocal selections uder the di- rection of Warren Gordon, EWSC stadent. Dessert was served to the singem after- wards by Mr. and Ms. Gord,o. The meetirtg oh)sod with sa- lute to the ftag and prayer by J'oe Cossalman. Those going from Oheney were Mr. :and Mrs. Bergloff, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McIn'tyre, Mr. and Mrs. John Shcoeder, Mr..and Mrs. Howard Brown, Mr. 'and Mrs. Warren G0vdon, John Marrieta, Joe Cosalman, Helen Furls, Iro,-m RMston, Ken Schmidt, Arm Boyd, Gus ed Leorm Swanson. CLUB NEWS Tle City of the Sun Button Chtb will hold a lunvhean met'mg at the Coeur d'&lene hotel March 13. Mrs. Jim Moor- man, Mrs: Grover (2mmhers and Mrs. J. S., members fa Cheney, will attend. Mrs. Moarnmn will presem the igVecOn .types of btlva col- "he Lakeview Sewing Club will meet far a potluck lunch- eon .at noo at the tmane of Mrs. Neff Hubert, wi Mrs. Sam SurMerhl stiag .hos- tess. There are abottt 12 mem- bers presen.t tk)r a brie bus- iness meetin and logra. The honey Gn ub, which opened the season on Jan. 29 at the ocal gun club house, Ires Jake Heiydt as lares- idert and Fa-nie  s see- retary. Each Sumy the 25 rnembe2s a.tend a shoot for he tropl',is ;o be aaxied at the close of the couvaament. The season is expected o con- clte abou laroh 15 Friday, March 6, 1964 The Lion's C'1b held a bomxl meeting Wednesday in Lion's .hall on College Avenue. Bob Tubbs, pa'esident, presid- ed and an, rto Murch 11 for the next dinnex meeting :and April 11 as Ldies Nnght. MARY BROWN NEW PRESIDENT OFAJ, P. E.O. Mrs. Mary Brow was elect- ed president of Cptor A J, P. E. O. ,at a meeng of the group Wednesd:ay at the home of Mrs. Lexie Stronach. Mrs. Ctarissa Stevcart was assisting hostess. Other ,officers are Mrs. Idazel Newsom, vice president; Mrs. M:argaret Whitfied, recording secretmry; Ms. Shirley Drum- mod, corresponding secre- tary; Mrs. Phyllis Wiikerson, treasurer; Mrs. Mry Newton, chaplain, and Mrs. Jan ice obnon, guard. Mrs. Kathleen Kennedy con, dncted the business meeting. Instaaion w conducted by Mrs/Thekh Rowles. IREBEKAHS TAKE KEY TO SPANGLE L- Rehekah" odge mexnb took .the "Frienlp Key" to the Spangle 1,edge Feb. 26. The folling members .made the trip: Mrs. Agrms Ohacon, Mrs. Ni Conley, .Mrs. Marie Con- ley, Mrs. Beth Smiffa, Mrs. Ern- est McMillan, Mrs. Mile Bll, Mrs. Elmer Tiedt, Mrs. WaRer Hubbel, Mrs. J. Ferguson, Mrs. Victor Wilson. Mr. BU, Mr. Tiedt and Mr. Iubbel accom pa, nied the radios  ttended the IOOF meeting a the same .hour. members, with the addRion of Mrs. Flora Rufer, wemt .to l- salsa with Mrs. Fergtmon for the Frierdsbip Nght of the R,lka Rebelvahs. Regtrlar meetkg of the Re- :bekah lodge of (eey Was :held Wednesday in e he- nry IOOF :lll. Vice Grand Agnes CharRon presided. Mrs W. J. Cart spen a few days ,over the weekend in TILICUM NEWS , The general membership meeting of the c}ub will be held on Tuesday evening, March 10, in the Lu.thevan church. The nominating com- mittee will report and new of- ricers elected. Delegates to the N. E. District meeting in Pull- man April 4 will be elected, also delegates to the state con- vention in Seattle on May 1. Handicraft and evening liter- ary departments are the hos- tess groups for the meeting and will present a musica pro- gram. Afternoon titerary de1art- met will hold a hvcheon meeting on Thursday after- noon at the 1home of Mrs. Wil- liam Mobs with Mrs. R. D. New- tin ,assisting ,hostess  Cecil Dryden wLU review the book "Women of Achieveme," for the program. Evening literary department met Tuesday evening at the home ,of Mrs. John amana- kis. A program of her person- al tour of Japan was given by Mrs. Mamanakis. Fine ,arts department met= Monday evening at the .home of Mrs. Warren Westerman with Mrs. Mike Miller assist- ing. A review of Canada was presented by Mrs. John Mur- phy InernGonl Education will meet with Mrs. Mi1o Ball March 19. The monthly meetizg of the board of directors was hem on Tuesday t the home of the president The music schl- arshp was discussed, along with the general membership meetirg for March 10 for elec- tion of new officers. CHURCH NEWS The men's fe,llow'hip group of ,the Metht church me on Monday eyeing for sup- per. Ken &aloway was m charge. A film strip and slides wore strewn. The women's society of the Methodist clmroh w"ffi old a business meeting Tuesday at 9:30 p. m. Dessert will be served by Mes. G. R. Maxwl n,d Miss May Poweil. The pro- gram on the coatinued study of Methodist clmreh wl ,have Mrs. Kuehl as leader. Among the members who a- tended the Founder% Day ob- servarces of the WSCS at the Libe irk Me clmrdh on W ,ednesday werff. John Van Brunt, .Mrs. May:Van Svo- yoc and secretaries of cormnis. 00ons of the Cheney, eh00rdh,, , The Naene Ohur<h zne "Skatespiation"  this .moh will be held osday evening, March 10, at .Patter- son's rink in Spokane. Those wslng to go may meet ,at the church at 6:15 for rides to *he rink. Roy. ,Mils Arnold, .pastor of First (harch of the Nazarene at Richland, will be guest Coeur d'Alene with her do, ugh- speaker this week on Thtms-! { I tee, Mrs. Wayne Hmglmm, day and Friday evengs. Rev. ! Darm ,and IAnda before Linda Arnold is ,an outading faro- i turned to her rmrses train- ily ,counselor nd many will I ing in Portend ths week. ant to 'attend and hear him. ! ' Easternshfngton State College Artist Series Presents . [ Sunday Afternoon March 8 2:15 P. M. SHOWALTER AUDITORIUM Admission-Adults $2.50, Students $1.25 t_00anacnens iiil LODGE NEWS Marha chapter OES will meet Monday evening fo eec- tion ,of officers. A 6:30 p. m. potluck dimmer will precede the meeting for members and their husbards. Job's Daughters will meet Tuesday evening in the Ma- somc Temple. Plans for the dance in City H, atl March 14 will be compleCed. Queen Sue Ham will conduct the business meeting. Refreshments will fol}ow. Rebekah DWYC cu,b me.m- bors met at .the new hone o hies. Tom Manedr Wednesday, Feb. 26, for a .house warming and presented the hostess a rose bush for ,her yard. Des- sort :and short bsiness meet- ing was eM. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. Etta Pnel, who has spot a week visi.tig with her brother, Delbert Pence, Lind, is rettwning home today. She wert wth hem to Moses Lake to visit other re'latives. Mr. and Mrs. J,aes BMek- sham and Rth erteed as guests tast week Mr. and Mrs. Ray Litengree of Reardan, who were here to uttered the eass B baske%Imll tournavaent at EWSC. The 1,adios are sis- ters. Mrs. D. G. Jerue is spending this week visiting with two sister, Mrs. M. G. Morris(m, CMrkston, and Mrs. Will Hum- phries of Steptoe. On Thurs- day. evening she accompanied a niece, Marylee Tolet, grand Esth, or of OES, to G.arfield for the OES meetirg. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lane will have as weekend guests their daughter, Mrs. James Sero,ggs from Seafie, a andson and his family from tMllman, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hais .and two children, wU join them Surday. Miss Ruth B hckshaw aitend- ed the wedding of Elaine Shil- liam and Eddie Tubbs in the Church of the Open Bible in :Spokane Sunday Rerroon. She was ormist fr he wed- ding and attended the recep- tion fallowing. Rev. E. E. Ross of Cheney was ,the offieiatiRg pastor. Bill Bernard, who spent a few d.'ads in: St. Luke's loslaial Mst week, is x,unlg ,t .his ome here: Mrs. W. J. 0lob eateet'ained as a guest th.e'pa twu weeks her mother, Mrs. C. E. Me,roll, from Pocate,o, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marsh entertained as Sunday dinner guests his brother, Gordon Marsh, of Sunnyside. Mrs. Chet Sihe,prd of the Fish Lake area, underwent ear surgery at Deaconess hospital. She expects to be home in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shep- ard and ,tow s, ons, Cheney, :d Mr. and Mrs. Dick Shep- ard and children of Spokane were Sunday dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. Chet Shep- ard, Fish Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball en- .teraed as Sunday guests their son, Mile tal Jr. and three children. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stah*l:born and Mr. and Mrs. Nola Brov,n returned [ast week frown a Shriners tour into Mexico. Spending a week in Mexico City, Adcapu;lco, and other poirs of interest. There were 58 in the party of members and wives of the Northwest- ern states ,aTd /nada who made the escort tour. Mrs. Cora Larson joined her daughter, Mrs. Wale Vande Wahl, in Spokane as a hostess for a bridal shower which ho- ored her grardduglter, Jen- ndfer Spence. Others going from Cheney were Mrs. Elmer Conley and Mrs. Milhrd Hle. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ash- btwn returned last week fom a three week vacation in Okla- homa and Arizona. Mrs. A. B. CuRing spent a few days th pa week in Spokane VaRey as a gu,es of her daughter, Mrs. Wilm Sexton and Debbie. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. B owe entertained as Sunday guests their daughter, Mrs. R,obet Jen,sen and two children. Mrs. G. L. Nickll returned home lzs.t weekerd from Port- land ,after a month wih her son,indaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kermeth White. M. White sustained a broken hip some weeks a'go a,nd is now at her home recoveng. Mr. :and Mrs. Jerry Bergloff and three chiMren ef Spokane: were Thrsday dinmr guests cf his parent, Mr. sad Mrs. W. R. Bergloff, here. Mr. and Mrs. Jiavk McLean entertained .as guests this wek Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Sl,vens, Mrs. Julia BuYer arm Mrs. Weeks. Mrs. Ann N orthcutt, who makes her home wia a broth- eel Pete BiHesbach, spea hut wree: in Spone. . and Mrs. E. A. Melvil,le CAMP FIRE NEWS ! Mrs. J. P. Caldwe]] wLll be bates for the Chemey district committee meeting at her home on March 18 at 1 p. m. for routine btsines and re- ports. The annual mint sale of the Camp Fire and Blue Bird groups begins tomo.rr,w. March 7, at 9 a. m. when all emertained as house guests n Morday and Tuesday ,of last week Mrs. Hermine Decker and Miss Marianne Melvilte of Vancouver, Was!h, sisters of Mr. Melville, ,and Ms. Betty Erickson, a niece f.rom Great Fal's, lVIon't., who were here for the fun,eval of Mrs. Ren,a Melville. Mrs. E. A. Melville enter- tained duph'cate bridge cl.u,b Tuesday. Three ;tables we'e in pray. Mrs. George Heath has re- turned home after spending several weeks in Spokane a the hospital ,and at the h04ne of her :son, Robert Heath. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Samons spent Sunday afternoon in Sprague visiting with an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Dun, can. Mr. ad Mrs. William Fish- er and sons of Bridgeport spen the weekend as gu,ets of her parerts, Mr: and Mrs. Ernest tta. Mr. and Mrs. Dean' Swegle spert Sunday afternoon as guests of ,her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. MitChell, Spohane, where Mrs. Mtchell is in poor health. Mrs. Carl Rosenzweig was taken to the Cheney Nursing Home the past week to re,cup- erase. Mr. and Mrs. W, al[or Rupp entevaine,d ,as guests for Su,m day dinner ,at Anderson hall, EWSC, Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Jones and Mr. n,d Ms. Harve Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Water Rupp were Saturday evenin dinner guests of their dtghter, Mrs. John LabiSh. Aftra-wards they worst to Medical Lake for a card party. Mr:, .and Mrs. Orwl Tiedt and SOll 'hd as Sa,turday guests ,Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tiedt. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shvens ca}led on hs pareIts, Mr. aRd Mrs. M. R. Shves, la week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bhckshav cal,led on Mrs. Arhie Lusser in Deaconess ,hospital Sunday .afternoon. Then they Vted the Carl Houston family i.n Spokane. girts sM.rt with boxes of the funds stay in prizes of boxes sold will be The sale runs for ending ,otn: March The Leaders meet March 18 .at Mrs. Stanley Pierce m. Plans for the day activities will be and church day, 22, pl,anned. The week is from areh 28. Other cuss are the mnti coming camp s'e;as,on  co.until fire. The Ok Kod group met ,at the leader, Mrs. R. Tuesday after were made to put ,o,ni rank requirement. The Cheerful group met in week to ptan parfi favors. Preceding they held a the downtown ned to sell mirts a Miss Sally J,ch,non i or. The Luah girts, who are freshmen, made visit to the hme ,on they met with ]son, 1,eader, to ing layettes for project. CHENEY HOT March 9--Weiner creamed peas, peach shortcake. March buttered spinach,: stick, applesauce March beans, apple s,ics,  March 12Meat and celery sticks, extra biscuit March sandwich, beets, olives, CARD We wish to core fih, an.ks to our many so kind to us bereavement, memorial and ftoral offeng, Ancon Appel Mr. ,and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and If your wife ting the car into herself, don't vy. :.. :::...-" . .,.. ,..,. .H TEST-DRIVE THIS '64 FORD GALAXI 500/XL FORD .'STOTAL PERFORMANCE WIN8 MOTOR F,O.P', 402 Second Street Riding, handling, passing, braking...that's how m00gazine rated the '64s. And on all the big points, and proved in open competition, the entire Ford line the field to win the 1964 "C00r of the Year" Award. But not try this famous p_erforma00(00 yourself. a Super Torque Ford, galon, Fairlane orThunderbird Ford Dealer's now. 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