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Page 4 Cheney Free Press FrMay. My 7, 1965 MISS SHARON HEYER BECOMES BRIDE OF KENNETH CHRISSINGER MAY 1 Mkss Sharon Heyer became lshe carried a cascade bouquet She brce of Ke eth Chrissin-l of ylow roses. get, .son of MT. and Mrs. Ches-1 Mrs. Nancy Wilso Cushon, ter Clri,ssnger of Kaispell, ]mtron of 'honr, wore a wpaltz Moat., May 1 in Cheney Cty]length gown .of pale blue taf- IIall. The d'oue vin c:ere- I re.ha. The junior bridesvnaids mony was performed by Ever- were attired in 1)ale bue ecn-' ett Story pres 'ding minister of broidered dresses. They were I Jehowh's Witnesses, in a se- D,ebbie Heyer, sister of the: tirg of tall .'baskets of yellow brd,e, and izabeth Meyer, a mmns L'ad white gds. : cousin. They crried cascades The bride, Wen in nmrriage ,of yellow gad's and daisies cen- by her fer, wove a white tered with a yeow rose. fwn of silk organza over tat- Best man was lohert Peter- feta, fashioned with fitted son, KahspeM, Mont. USheng loag Sleeve bodice. The skirt were Cax7 Rose, Kalis.pell, and extented .into a chapel tain, Larry and a,ndy Heyer, broth- (=, SHOWER HONORS JOAN HARTER A bridal shower honorin Miss Joan Harter ,o.f Ho,uston4, Texas, dauhter of Dr. and Mrs. I)an E. Hurter, heney, was held April 30th at the home of Mrs. Ra,y Giles. Co- 'hsteses were Mrs. Seth T. : Scott and Mrs. Frank D. Nicol. I Oifts were presented by 40 'guests from a large May bas- ket in green a:nd white, the color scheme of the bride's weddi, ng. Miss H.aer's grand- m,oher, Mrs. John C. Wood, Spokane, po;ured during re- fresffment hour. Miss H, arter has been visting ,her pa,rerrts and pans to re- ttrn to Houston on May 10. embe;Kshed wi,th embroidered ors of the ,bride. 80 YEARS OLDC. A. Ran- I She a, nd her fanc'e, Mr. Jo,hn meMon, s .on the endive ovn. Piarfist for the weddi mu- dull, long time Cheney resi- ] Stanley, will b rrmrried in tier finger-tip veil ws at- sic was Mrs. Karl Meer. The dent, celebrated his 80th birth-IHou, ston June 14, is the tabbed to ,a pearl crown and guest register was l 'andled by day March 12 at the home of 30th wedding anniversary of Mss Lois Weber and the gift his daughter (Sally} and son- her parents. table by Miss Sa,llie Grafious in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray! Miss Patricia Robbins' and Miss Nancy Carroll. Trumpe. Attending were Mr. [CHENEY HOT LUNCH Engagement Told Mrs Heyer wore for her and Mrs. Harry Randail and Mond, ay- Meat pie, baking dauffhter's wedding a p,ink era- daughters Patti, Sally Kate, powder biscuits, cabbage and The engagement of Miss Pa-broidered silk sheath Kim and Carla, Mr. and Mrs. apple salad, sweet cherries. tcicia Carol Robbins to Bruce dress with white hat and acces- Trumpe and son Stanley and Tueoday -- Barbecued beef W. Maughan was an:n!unced series. The groom's mother, Mrs. Randall. Among the greet- on bun, buttered corn, carrot recently by iss Rob,bins' par- rs. Chrissinger, wore a silver rags were messages from son and raisin slad, cheese cube e:nts, Mr. ud Mrs. C. W. Rob- cream sheath dress with pink Jerry and family from Hum- gingerbread. bins of Wen,atchee. hat and accessories. Both had me&town, Pa., and son Gene Wednesday -- Italian s:pa- earration corsages, and family in Paulsbo, Wash. ,ahetti with meat balls, garl:ic A reception followed in the bread, green salad, rolled Gity Ball auditorium, with Mrs. M. F. Melhus and Mrs. Ben,me AAUW To Honor wheat muffins, peaches. Thursday -- Turkey sand- Meyer cutting and servin the Ek, h/SC Senior Women wich, apple salad, green beans tiered cake, made by Mrs. Me,1- ,bus. Pouring coffee and serv- At Coffee Hour ce cream. Friday -- Baked beans with ing punch were Mrs. Stanley The Spokane branch of the tomato sauce, frozen peas, ttughes and Miss lobin Kauff- American Ass'n o,f University relish tray, cornbread. mn. The bride is the daughter e,f Women will hold its annual Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Heyer, "co,fee hour" for graduatin,g NEW ARRIVAL and the great granddaughter senor women from EWSC on of I. J. Ballen,ger, a lion'e May 13 from 3:00 to 4:30 in Mr. and Mrs. Keith ttarr an- of Cheney who came here in the Bali Lounge ,o,f the Stu- nounve the birth of a son on 1879. This is the first wedding dent Union Building on Cm- Friday, April 30, in De,aeoness pus. he,spital, Spokane. The baby, All graduating women are l Bradley Keith, joins two sis- . "  . e Y: Mrs. Joel Ream, Jr., speak on I to be held in the City Hall. The new Mrs. Crisinger has been employed in Montana since her gvad,uatio,n from Ce- ney High School two ye:ars ago. The coupIe will make their home in Kalispetl Mter a "AAUW and What It Can Do hon, eymon trip. For You." Prese,ntation of a membership .award for one year will aso be made to an CHURCH NEWS outsand woman graduate. Attending from Spokane LUTHERAN with Mrs. R, eam will be ,Mrs. Ladies of he Lutheran Lambert Nag'ler III, ad Mrs:. church rheld a mother-daughter Peter Saval. Mrs. F. L. Rat- PATRICIA ROBBINS banquet April 30 in the EWSC cliffe, Jr. of the Ch,eney ]oo,k ,ss lbbins ,atended school food center, with 100 in at- Section is in charge of the at- in Oregon and was graduated tedan'ce. Mrs. Kenneth Cn- rangements and is assisted by from Wnatehee Vatey Col- ley was present as one of the everal other members of the .ege in 1964. She is emp'h>yed first mothers: in the ctmch. Cheney secti'on. at " During the month of May, Her fiance is the sn of Mr. METHODIST AA sponsors "coffee and Mrs. E. W. Mahan of The _ay Fellowio ltmch-[Iro,m-s for graduating senior Cheney, and is presently a sen- con of the Umted Church [ womer a all tle clleges in l ior at Eastern Wshin.gton Women wikl be hem this lri-Ithis aea. State College, where is nmjor- &ay, ay 7, at 12:30 in ,the Che- irg  ,bus admia'ratkm.  ,t ghurd% wit the [  -- No dace has been set for the MethoSist wmen as hste,sses. [ T I / I " II , A NI I::\\;h/q / /I L- 1%..% I I I M I.,.. v V ,.,, wecMig. M,s. Fn, cis Kuehi. presi- 4ent of WSCS, and her commit- tee from ,the four regresenta- ve chm'ches ,of Cey are in charge ,of arran,gemets. Mrs. W, il.'am Daut Jr. will ,be the guest speaker.  represen: tatives of United Church wom- en will ,attend. The theme is "People, Poverty and Plenty." WSCS ,afternoon c/e will meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. arve Jord, an,. Following a brief business meeiag, the anrmal pledge seawice will be !mid, with Mrs. Don Ptterson m clarge. SGT. KITCHEN LEAVES FOR MISSOURI TODAY Sgt. Charles Kitchen, who .h'a ,been wih the ocal R OTC unit the past year ,and one4alf, is lav'mg redo3, (Friday) for Fort Leon, ad Wood, 1o., where be has been .asgned to head- qeater 'rny garrison begin- nng ay 29. Sgt. and Mrs. KitChen al ttmir five children will visit in Rerm, has Vegas, Los Argeles ,an,d other points en route to their 'new locatdon. UNITED CHURCH SETS BIBLE SCHOOL DATES Vacation Bible School for the United Chiwch of t will be held from July 6 roug the 15th. The teaching ,stff will meet in the church office on lIay 10 at 7:30 in the, evening. Registration, for the session wi be vaable on June 1. Mrs. F. L. latCliffe is tle di- ssector. The Tilicum board f direct- o met Tuesday morning at the borne .of Mrs: Stanley Pierce. The general member- ship ,arid instalatio o offic- ers was aleved tor May 18 at the lmme of Mrs. Earl Moos. Fine Arts depatmeazt met Morday evening at the home ,of Mrs. Fioyd Cook. Mrs. L. E. Zimnmrman presented Mrs. F. L. Ratcliffe in a book review. Evenirg Literary depart- ment met at the .hme of Mrs: Dorothy Reed Tuesday and: made plans for he final meet- ing o.f the season, a no host dirmer pvty, May 24. Mrs. Dela Grant, chairman, direct- ed a memorial ir memory of Iatherine Grafius, a deeed memher ,of this department, rd he group m_de a cash furd o the m pr- gram ,of United Church of Christ. Internati,oral Education de- partmert will meet at the home ,of Mrs. Carl Rudolf Tlrsday fterrman. Mrs. Mile Bail will corduct the pogram on "Eemperaneous Speak- ing," with two rnnute speech- es on any stbjeot. The last meetin, g ,of the year will be May 20 ,at Mrs. J. W. Cssal- man's ,home. Afternoon Literary deprt- ment will Imld the armul guest tea May 13 at 1 p. m. a the home ,of Mrs. H. N. Stron- ch, with Mrs. Voo Smatl co- hestess. Bch member brings a .guest arid a musical pegram will be presented. FORMER CHENEY RESIDENT VISITS Elmer Davis of Ward'en vis- ited relatives ,and friends in Cheney Wednesday., who , wo,s formerly empl,oyed a.t Ed- gett's, isfir e chief of Grant county District No. 4. He visited his wife, vgho is ieonvscing ,at the ffome ,of her mother, Mrs. Mary ASh- worth; ,and tr!s ,son, Leonard Davis, a student at EWSC. lie reported that his yourgest dmrghter, Mrs. All,ha Har- greaves, is firing in Spolvane, and the oldest dlaughter, Mrs. Ellen Ford, is in Sa Joze, C,lif. Women To Meet The General George Wrht Woman's Reh'ef Corps No. 8, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the lepublic will mee Sat- uvday at 1 p. m. in the Amer- ican Le#on hall. Burmss will irclude ,planning Memoal Day serv,ces, ,he presentation of th, e Citizenship Award in June, and a program lormving all nmthers. Hostesses 'ave Mrs. BurdOck moason and Mrs. Ralph Emtma. LODGE NEWS MARTHA OF_,S Maha chapte,r OES wilt meet Mond, evemng in the lVfasonic Temple. Mother's Day will be obsmawed wiSh a speei'ail logram. Binna Dumeiev wi speak. REIKAI-I DWYC Rebelh odge DWYC cub met April 28 at the lome of Mrs. Foa Rifler. ROYAL NEIGHBORS Past oracles and deuties of Cheney Koya'l Neighbors at- terded the aawual meet of the Spolane Club raeles Thursday..Mrs. Betty I-Ie md x members from Oheey at- tea4ed. ,Mr. =d Mrs. Pete Hideek- er returned ,liast week from lor,da, where they spent two weeks with reaUves to attend he furmral of a aunt. FOLAND'S PRODUCE SHRUBS No. 2 Spuds 10 Ibs. t0r 69c & PLANTS Golden Ripe Bananas Sweet & Juicy Oranges 3 doz.... 79c NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. KenneSh Con- ley ,observed their 57th wed- chrg anniversary, with rmer April 30th at the Mainlirm cafe on Surset Highway. After- wards they toured the new Air at Geiger Field. Frances Hale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Bale, underwent major surgery last wee,kezd at St. Lukes hospital. She rettwned h,0me this week and is rcovering very well. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Con- ley visited her sister, Kate Hall, and brother. Charles Palmke. a,t Medical Lake Thurs- day. On Sunday their guest's were Mrs. Beth Smith and Mrs. lay Conley. Mrs. Mile Ball iatteded the 0ES horor niffht for Mrs. Hen- rieta N.ewm,an, grand deputy instructor, Mond,ay evenin'g in I the Spokane asonie Temple. She made the gift prese,ntation, from past matrons of Mrs. Newman's year as w0thy mat- ron. Two hundred members at- tended from Spokane and towns of the vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Con]ey ep, terba,ine,d as a S,undlay din- ner guest Mrs. sabelle Hays of Spokane. Mr. ,and Mrs. Elmer Luiten spent the weekend in Seattle as ,a guest of thedr s0,n, Gerald Lug, ten. They visited s,ome of the spots d*amaged by the i earthqu, ake. Mr. ,and Mrs. C. E. Bower enterta:ined her me,thor, Mrs J. E Manchester, Alm,ia, a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Malmoe ! have their son, Joihn M0an, h,ome after spendin'g some m,nths in service. See The Fine Selection ' Smith ,Jewelers 408 FIRST STREET, CHENEY, WASH. "Drown-proof" t,hs rsummer them go near the 0o Reme Friday, May The maximum canning sugar has been the local war pri ing board was The local fice that no more amount allowed be issued, Miss clerk, said. Sutton Park on has become the City of Cheney part ark system. The lets was donated courtesy of the ton. A telegram John Schoder ig that her had been re in action was in aliied hands. Mr. and Mrs. and Richard, Jr., guests of Mr. Jerue, Joe and L Jots in your girl smoke? not quite. Price at Ibs. sugar 67 ration stamp). Tri (ollage Pint _. GERBE| $1rained 10 jars., FARM EG 2 doz. NEW Ibs. Florida 10 ..... HIGH SMOKED Ibe .J..-. JUICY 3 Ibs.. Beef BLADE lb. ..... .. The Home BEt W Live Cash For 7 1965 Ford the eighth away Stores in Ibs... 29c Nice Flower ]EAUTIFUL MOTHER'S DAY Filled Planters Combination FOR MOTHER'S DAY Plant $2.59 1121 1ST. ST. 235-4664 OPEN 9 TO 9 PLENTY OF OPEN 9 The MAPLELEAF isn't just an 8 unit motel .. 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