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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, May 15, 1964 am UNITED IN MARRIAGE--Lt. Loren Girsberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Girsberger of Spangle, and Miss Katherine (Kay) Blain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Elmo Blain of Repub- lic, were united in marriage in recent double ring ceremony. SPANGLE MAN TAKES BRIDE IN DOUBLE RING CEREMONY Lt. Lor (Hsbewger, son of lie, brothers of the bride, and M. nd Mrs. vd i, rsber-IKith Girsberger, Spangle, ger, Spangle, ami M'ss Kath-Jbrother of the groom. c-ae (Kay) Bhin, daugh' of I Flowor gin and ring be a=r Nx. and M. R. Blm Blain, were Iri Area and Stanley Repubfc, were married rec- Getz, Porthad, nece and ently. The Rev. John Elsner col.ucted the double ring cercanon3r bereave an altar dee- orated with tail baskets of white chrysanthemums and candles. The bride, given i mmriage by her father, wore a foor- length gown of white organza wflah a softly scooped aecldtne, tong pointed sleeves, and fit- ted bodice. The slides of .the fill skirt formed a chapel length train. Her elbow-leagth ve%l was held in paee by silk ruse. Her necktie of pearl was a g of the groom and She eraded" white FO.3S. The bride's attendants wore pastel btue, laedesign cotton dresses with ,oop necklines, fitted bodices and full skirts. They ware matchin acces- sories and carried whie cuys - anthemums. The flwev girl's dve ws of the same mater- il  she had white accesser- ies. The ring bearer wove a wlt tuxed and  the rings on a wlite heart shaped p. M. Frank mam, Pullman, was matron ,off hoor or her islr-in-hw. Bdesnmld were Miss NnT Be'lby,  sorority siseex of the bride fom San Francisco, and MAss Jean Pat- ters0 Republic. Don Chmd- ler, Seattle, ,ry brother of tle groom, was best man. Ushers were Frmk Blain, Pull- wren, ,and Robert Blain, Repub- Piano Students To Present Recital Sunday Piano studet of Mrs. Mark Ratcliif.fe will be presented in tlir anrmal -2rg reeAtal Smiday afterrou, May 17, t 4 0'vlock in te Sienee bufl- mg ,uditovium. The wogram will opera with "The Star Spangled Eanr, er" by Tom V6htfieid. 0lmr students participating r Susan Scott, Steve Miller, KrebSbach, Margaret Drumamond, Bav Giles, Lan- re Giles, Nieol, Alon- na OAmtburn, athy l,etcher, Arm Fletcher. MhaetNe, lay Mos- man, Lea ,rme Helm, ayle Wil- cox, Cindy Mir, rMa Steen, Sber Wills mad SarMra ReR- mMv. Parents nd riends are in- vited. Mrs. Ernest Harr Ejected President Of Legion Women The Legion, auxiliary .held! election of officers Monday in the n tmll. A contribu- ffon was made to the hiki Welflaxe Foundation and to - el Gtb Scouts, May 22-23 fires been set for he 'annual popp sale. Ms. d Crbitt is sales cNdvma. Officers elected we Mrs. Errmst Iavr, preddent; Mrs. Herbert G0ertz, first vice pres- id-mt; .Mrs. L Oorbit, see- ona vice president; Mrs. E. A. tnteatr n, secretary; Mrs. Will)am Lee, treasm'er; Mrs. Carl tfelrie, chaplain; M. J. P. ffi/le, hisria; Mrs. W. Bryan, sea, geant 'at arms. In- stahtion 11 be iheld in Sep- tember. CUB SCOUT PACK MEET A Cub Scmt pae.k meeting, in the form of a track meet, wm be ld Monday, Ma; 25, af the Co.ege field at 5 o'clock. A fami pierEc wilt fllow at 6 ia Sutton park. lmilies ave ,to  their own food. nephew of the groom. The receptoin folaowed in the church parlor. The bride's mother was at- tired ill a light blue sheas. The groom's mother wore a wedge- wood b,ue jacket des. Both 'had eorsa, ges of Mbe ros. The young cotrple left by ear for Camp LeJuene, N. C., where the groom is stationed with the marine coxps. Mrs. Giberger .had been a themiaut, ic dietician at Dea- coness lmspial following her grad'tmtion {rom WSU and in- ternship at a Medical School H, ospital, Pdehamond, Va. The groom m a graduate of WSU arua is distmrsing officer at the marine .base. / Dames Club Will Campaign For MS The University Dames Cub of EWSC will conduct a cam- paign for the National Multi- ple Scl Society "lh,y. mmbers f he club, wives of BWSC students, will make house-to-house  to salicit ]ftmds or reseaxh to combat i the dread disease WhiCh af- flicts young admits. The ,club, Which provides sohehrships fr EWSC stu- dents with proceeds from iSs ann,uM SaShion Slov, zso con- ducts a community service pro- jeer each year. This year, members chose to aid the Mul- tiple Sclerosis drive. TILICUM NEWS Fine Arts department wil,1 be hostess grip for installa- tion of new fics and he general memheship meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. F. L. latcliffe Jr. Mrs. Stanley Pierce  be installed wi*h her officers. /fterRoon Literary depart- ment held its spriug tea and final meeting of the year Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. N. Sronach, with Mrs. William Mhs as- sis%ing hostess. The program was presented by Miss Alice Moe of the EWSC facuRy. Mrs. Stanley Pierce, presid, ert- elect, presided at the tea tble. A luncheon in Spokane May 5 was the final meeting of the Fine Arts department A tour of antique Strops fo. CAMP FIRE NEWS The Cheerful BLue Birds en- tered heir mothers with an afterimon tea on Saturday at the home of Miss SallLe Johnson, with 40 present. A tale show was presented ong with a show of crafts and paper figurines. Reeshents ,and decoratms were made by the gils and the aaaotive tea table arranged by the group. The Cheney lead,era ssoaia- tion will slnsor a traiJg course Wedneday at the Win- Da-Con camp south of Cheney. Councl members a,rd Spokme field workers wll be preset. CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN The Cm-istian ehurvh will have as a guest minister Sun- cay morning the Rev. George Alien of the EWSC Campus Christian Foundation. He will deliver the sermon in the ab- sence of Rev. Dona, td l,oss, who will be atteRdm the men's retreat to Zephyr Lodge on Liberty Lake on the week- end. The Men's Fellow,slgp of the Christian church will 'hold a weekend retreat at Zelhyr Lodge on Liberty Lake. Local church men going are Carl Iair, Lee Allen, Roy Fos, Jim Bhckshaw and Mr. Ross. M'ETHODIST The Methodist church Wom- en's society met TuedaT, with Mrs. John Van Brunt presM- ing. Ptans were made to ,held a pieMc May 26 in Sutton Park at 12,:30 p. m., potluck. The[ officers Mnin.g com'se being I heki in Man,ito Methodist I church May 22 has delegated t the Cheney society to co,duct I registration. Iastalaon of' new officers in June arid a farewell party for the Lloyd l VaIdeBevgs June 6 were pn- ned. I,UTHERAN Ladies of Emmanuel Luth- eran Okur and tker daugh- ters observed other's Day with a banquet N,st lriday evcin in the Teace Room of the Student Uria Build- ing. A total of 111 mothers and daughters ,aetended. Miss ASce Moo, the featured speaker, brought out the Mother's Day theme in her talk ,and selected readings. Girls of he junior choirs sang and a piano solo was given by Cindy Miller. Gall Biehl acted as mstress of cere- monies and Norma Pierce gave opening devotions. NAZARENE The 14 teac:hers aad three supervisors of the Nazarene Sud.,ay setmol  meet ths evemrg at 7:30 in the fellow- ship hall. Sunday sclool super- intendent Dorothy Hendicl and the church school board ,will meet with the teachers to imp out plans or the net i year. Serving on the church sol, eel board bJ yea are Glenn Best, Mrs. Rbert Shea, Mrs. Chrenee PRznev, Mrs. George Nichols, and Mrs. Lar- ry Wright. ST. ROSE OF LIMA Father Wim J. Bre, pastor of St. Rose of Igima church, and faxmly members witnessed the presenbaion of awards to ree ,members of the parch y ,by Rishep Berrmrd J. Totm )Bishop of Spokane. The farce were given reemti'on as lay teadaers wko fon the backbone of the di- cese's Confraternity of C2aris- tian Doctrine progamn. "Years- of-service" ps were awarded to Mrs. Harry Deinger and lVlrs. Jack Cbb, veterans of at least five yeas teac ,hg service in the religion pro- gram. A teaclfi;ng diploma was presen, ted to Mrs. Eugene Fletcher as a registered cate- ehist who has taught for at least two years urder diocesan supervision and has had a min- imum of 30 hours of trMwing .on doctrine and teaching meth- ods in religion. With the theme "A Diocese to Be Proud Of," Mary Mos- man captured first pce with 'her entry in the leal do- cesan poster contest for grade school chiMren at the parih ,hal. Oth prize wners an- nourmed were: second, Iavry Deininger; third, Susan Mur- phy; fourth, Raymond and Bar- barn Gergen. The judg was done by three EWSC students why are majoring in art. Aother contest vehich drew mch attentim fm grade school chRdren was the oral cotest in religion on AII 28 in e plsh hl. Domaa MeMlan was named first piece winner n the sev- enth-eighth gvad division with Susan Murphy m second pkace. Kathy Fletcher took first place ,honors and Colleen Mur- phy veas runner-up at the fifth- sixth grade ,level. Mr. md Mrs. Bob Clark acted ,as judges. The fi,rst-place winn,evs represent- ed the pash in the diocesan contest on May 2 m Spokane. DECALS---iong lasting Duro decals. Letters and figures from inch to 3V inch. Free Press office. Goodwill Industries EMPLOYS THE HANDICAPPED "Have you ever wondered what you would do if you could not get a job due to some handicap. Today 12S handicapped folks, Inland Empire people, working at Goodwill faced this problem. Your repairable discarda of clothing, end household items gave them an answer. Send all repairable items to Goodwill where they help te do the rest for people  handicapped people:' CALL MRS. VIOLET SHARPE, BE 5-6608 FOR A TRUCK PICKUP. MR. AND MRS. TED LYNN BROWER were united in mar- riage April 25 at 7 p. m. in the Central Methodist church, Spo- kane. The bride is the former Linda Joy Reetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Reetz of Marshall. The couple will make their home in Cheyenne, Wyo. 150 CAMP FIRE GIRLS TAKE PART IN GRAND COUNCIL FIRE The Cheney Camp Fire Girls tmtd grand council fire May 7 at Betz school wih 150 takirg part. Miss Nancy Johnson was mstvess of ceremonies in a tepee gtted eap fire set- ting. The girls entered in a processiorml march, with the WOHELO song arm :ha ndsign made with Lighted flSblights. Fhgs were presented and sa- luted with the alegiace by Colleen Daugherty and Betty J. Smith. Symbo:'c fire lijht- ing was by the sixth grade groups arid lghg of eaa- dies to the seven erafts by the junior high .group, attired in ceremonial robes. Leaders 'awarcled the far, ks of Trail, seeker, Wood'gathere ,and Firemfiker and presented symbols and honr beads. Mint sate aads for seiting ,the most boxes were awarded. Mrs. Prrt Akevs, Stmkane, was introduced and vtcemed. blrs. Earl Hilton, n,atiorm .rep- resentative, was speaker. She told of the plight of the Camp Fire girls in Al,askial,, fiolllowing the earthquake. She said mem- bers in Washington districts are helping ,them o get estab- li, shed again.: Three yem', five year awards and 10 year awards were ,awarded :to 15 gils by Mrs. l Hilton, Mrs. Engel and the group leaders. Torchbearer ranks were awarded to the Shu-Koda group, Mrs. M. A. Ma,lmoe leader. The Horizon club, with SMIy Jobamon as Leader, received the torch- bearer rank. The ehd caxe course has been empleted by 20 girls frem ariotrs groups and the received wards and honors. The Hi-Horizon Club members, odest group in the city, which will disband this moizth, was presented with na- tional membership aards. Seven year veards went to Nancy Hilton, Shirley Robert- .son, Charnell McCal[, Lin,da Simpson, Mary Simpson and Jance Darting. Ten year awards wet to Nancy Hilton, Shiey Robertson mad Ma Simeon. Carol MeMilan, ,a new member, received her three year award. Betty Jean Smith was pre- sented the torchbearer rank and ,symbol by ,her mother, Mrs. C:,y Smith. Group torch- bearer anti member torch- bearer ranks in individla,1 cr, a,fts were presented to 12 girls. The Camp Fire hw and cls- in,g songs fotlowed extnguish- ing of the camp fire ard the recessional. Blue Bird gwups were guests and gave their: "desire" law. Mrs. Daryl Hagie Takes Alaska Trip Mrs. Dory,1 HagUe spent Tuesday of this week at the University of Alla, near Faibaaks, "m coanection with her uties as executive secre- tary-treasurer of The National Spurs. Her Wit to the provis- ional Spur chapter on that earnaas was the final step to- vard their Natioral Spurs f- fili, atien. On Wednesday evening Mrs. Hagie spoke 'to members of W-Key, a sophomore women's service honorary at the Uni- versity of Washington, regard- mg requirements for affa- tmn with the National Spurs. Piano Recital Set Ms. C. W. Aleaer wilt present her pierre students in recital next Friday in the CAty hal.1 at 8 p. m. Students play- ing will be Ruth Blacksaw, Delores Stelzer, ad Gary Lis- enbee, high school ,ge; Don- na Knoslaug, Gone askins, Merge Lisenbee, Jeanette Camp, CArtdy Britt, Kss'andra Jessen, Donaie Ross and Myr- na Jo Ross of the grade school ge. CHENEY HOT LUNCH May 18 -- Spanish ce, green beans, lettuce wedge, rolled wheat muffhats, puddLrg. May 19 -- Vegetable-beef stew, peanut butter stuffed cel- ery, chuck wagon bread, plums. May 20 -- Pizza, glazed car- rots, fruit cup, coakie. ay 21 -- Turkey and gravy, whipped potatoes, fruit salad cornbread, jeUo jewels. May 22 -- Tuna fish salad, creamed peas, relish troy, pea- nut butter ,sandwich, ice C Festa. Cheney Volunteer Fire Dept.'s Annual Pancake & Sausage Feed Sat., May 23 11:00 TO 1:00 FREE TO ALL PERSONS OF THE CHENEY AREA Free Rides on Fire Trucks for the Kids... with written permission from their par- ents. LODGE NEWS Martha chapter OBS hon. c red re.others Monday at t'he ?,snic Temple. Mothers were hnored with a program o music a.nd sngs and with ifts. Rebekah ledge held a re,oth- er-daughter dinner party Wed- nesday evening in the IOOF hall with 40 present. Mistress (:f ceremonies was vice grand Mrs. Agnes Charlton. q>ncils--make Royal Neighbor lodge will ..i..s-i inch to meet Monday in i,he Legion , r: !rc., i'r(,ss hall. Business and reports , i)m:shes win include plans of the dis- trict for the effici'al visitati,o.n el supreme oracle Miss, Anna B. Spar.,gl,r ,of Reek Isiard, Ill., Who will be in Spokane June 9. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. John Lou,tban entertained their .niece, Nancy Kirkpatrick, of Beavert,on, Ore., last week and Mrs. Lou- thorn's mother, Mrs. Caa Gary, on Mother's Day. A family dirmer was enjoyed Surcly at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan aags (Adele Loutlan) at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. John Ditto spent Mother's Day in Seattle with hs m, othe, Mrs. C. W. Ditton. She resides with a daughter, Mrs. Cliff Briggs. They alamo visitod wibh a daughter, Mrs. Lisle More- house, in Renten. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reos teft last week for Lynw0d to visit with their sn, Dr. Kieh- ard Roos. En route they vis- ited with relatives in Wenat- chee and Erkiat and t0red the locky Reach Dam, fis,i ladder and Indian museum. Mrs. J. P. Caldwell enter- tain, od her daughter, Mrs. Den- his McLaughn, Seattle, tast week nd Mrs. McLaugtdin Sr., while McLaughiin is in Al, aska on construction work for a few: moths. Mrs. Etta Presnell spent the weekend in C:olfx as a guest of her son, Cliff Presnel,! and to celebrate Mother's Iy. The home :of Mr a, nd Mrs. Don Karpevold was the setting' for a neighbrho,od Mother's Day party Sunday Mternloan. Hostesses were Vicki, Carol and ' Cheryl Karpevold and Domza McCandless, who pro- vided a musical wogram of piano and vocal numbers. Mrs. Lloyd eEiday ws the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Gifting, at the annual Beta Sigma Phi an, d style show Ri,p3th Tu.esday. tcMrs. Ll.oyd r;l members of ' "a'idge club with: er:- Jnes,iay S. L,k  " enzweigl  uaaper her parents,, Resenzweig, weak. GIFT Q. Do people wh eeived a live normal lives? A. A world wide shows that 244 per received tram As of last alive. Only 3 have their gift kidneys than 2 years . . less than one month. say that there is certain amount of but that the highly expe be performed only surgical teams orate facilities at posal. UP IN Q.. A friend, who tered nurse, told smoking during causes large true?" ;' A. So far as we mine all awdlable shows that smoke heavily nancy tend to and lighter babies ers who are Send Medical Question e/o Cheney Free :Pres. The real day's medicine much cure (os|$ II 1 BE 5-6 W. A Gift Means With the Smith Jewelers 'Cakes by Order B I RTH DAYS SHOWERS WEDDINGS ANNIVER: Designed for your persona[ wish in a shapes and designs. JEAN McMILLAN Call Cheney, 235-6657 or Saratoga