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Page 4 Gheney Free Press Friday, June 11, 1965 ,BALLS CELEBRATE l 1GOLDEN WEDDING AT CITY HALL Mr. ,and Mrs. Mile Ball cele- brated their "Golden Wedding anniversary" Sunday, June 6, in the Cheney City HM1. Their children, Dick Balk of Everett, Mite Ball Jr., Spokane, nd Ace Mac King, Opportun- ity, were hosts for the after- noon event. Friends and rela- tives came from Seattle, Brem- erton, Everett, Spokane, Tekoa, Amber, Marslmll, Ida.he and Cheney. CHURCH WOMEN HONORED -- Methodist church women honored at an anniversary tea recently in the church showing that Mrs. Homer Pierce had been a continuous member for some 57 years in the local church. The others ranged from 40 to 50 years membership in the Cheney Methodist Church, even during the time of the Federation with the Congregational church. Left to right are Mrs. Homer Pierce, Mrs. J. S. Lane, M.s.J.W. Hodge, Mrs. Chris Betz and Mrs. W. J. Carr. a_ Carol Marsh, Charles Featherstone Wed In Double Ring Church Ceremony Here ttoward Marsh Jr., brother of the bride, and John Marsh, a cousin and Dean Johnson. Mu- sician was Mrs. WiVred Beard, who ao accompanied Mrs. Da- vid Buddrius, the solodst. Mrs. Marsh wore far her daughter's wedding a rose silk dres with white accessories ,and tan orchid corsage. The groom's parents, IVlv. and Mrs. T. Featherstone, of Cleveland were unable to ,attend. The reception followed, in the ehttrch dining room. The: weddng cake ws cut and ,served by Mrs. N. A. Cordffi and Mrs. Jon Harris. Coffee was poured by Mrs. Kent Spoy arid Mrs. Keith Cummings and punch served ,by Mrs. Richard Felber and Mrs. Melvin Marsh. The guest book was in charge of Miss Ruth Moe; the gi'R table by Becky Oonrath, Syia Manzo and Susie Card. start. he bride is the daughter of Mr. ,and Mrs. oard Msh, a ormer Miss (3heney, and a gradtmte of Cheney High mol anti WSU, P ,uflman. The groom, san of Mr. md Mrs. T. Featherstone of Cleveltd, is a .graduate of WSU. The c(mple make their e  E1 Paso, Texas, On- a year before goirg to Gerraany to make their home. ,Miss Carol Marsh and Char- los L Feathevstone were unit- ed in marriage Sunday, June 6, af7 p. m. in Emmanuel Luth- eran church ,here in a setting of candlelight and tall baskets of hite adioli. Rev. Clair Gxtbe performed the doubt- ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, Howard Marsh, a White .gown of chat- aoe and spring tageta peru. The itted empire bedice had a ,beautteau necJine and Di:or sleeves. The "A" line skixt, em, bellished wth h p- pllque, extemled into a dh- mnd hce train. Her veil was (rf mantilla hoe, d she car- tied pink ros, set in the net of:her ,gramlTa0ther Schnt's wegMing vedl, on the white Bi- ble berg to her aunt, Mrs. Melviat Marsh. The maid of Ironer, Joan Mil. r, of Denver, was attired in ,aose colored crash short leng2t gown, with matching hadpieoe md hite acccss- ies. She carried a rinse gay of whRe g_ld,. The bridesamids 4. wore identical ensenbles wxe Juh'e Ia.g, Richlaad and Patty An , a cousin, of: Otetmy. Best ma was IIav- vey Featerstone. Ushering ml lhting the cav.es were Stahlborns Honored At Spring Party On 25th Anniversary The .aul spring party of Gamma Theta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was held at the Of- cers Club at Fairchild Air Force Base June 5. A social hour was hem om 6 to 8 p. m. and dinner was served at 8p, m. Ted and Hannah Staborn weave homred at the party in celebration of their 25th wed- ding anniveary. The coulle was given a silver punCh bowl cad ladel by the chapter and tlnked by the chapter's vres- ident, Mrs. Raymond Sclmlts, for their kiness to the mem- bers of the ehaer and their generosity in Shring their home for many Beta functions during the ast years. Mrs. Ronold Jhuson was chairman for the  with Mrs. Glenn Kirchaer, Mrs. Al Ogden and Mrs. Roger Harder serving on :her mmfittee. CHAPTER HOLDS FINAL MEETING .Gamma Theta Ohpter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. S. T. Scott June 1at 8 p. m. This was the last regular meeting of .the year. The chap- te will resume meetia again in September. A program on The Congo was presented by Mrs. ttoger Harder and Mrs. W'flliam Wil- kerson. Dessert ws served by Mrs. Larry Oeser and M. Robert B. Anderson. NEW ARRIVAL' Mr. and Mrs. Ridmrd Bryce- son are the parents of a daugh- ter, born on June 8 in I)von- ess hospital. The baby, named Heidi, jins tw brothers at the ,home in Spokane. Patezmal gr 'andparerts are Mr. and Mrs. I Bryceson of Oheney. ,Mr. and Mrs. John Banks and Mrs. D. G. Jerue spent Memor- ial Day in Garfield, where they visited old neighbors and rehtives. 1965 GRADUATE IS JUNE BRIDE .Miss Bomfie Beke ,became the bride of lbert J. Pa,ker Satuch7 mining, June 5, in a. doble ring cerernon per- formed by Rev. Donald Ross at the home of the bride's par- eats, Mr. and Mrs. C. Joe Beke, in Cheney. The bride wore a waltz- lerth, te hoe .dress wth a white orchid corsage. She was Wen ill marr'mge by ,her ath- er. Matron of hor was the rm's sister, Mrs. Ronald Dicks, Spo, wao was attir- ed in a yellow Chiffon waltz- length dress. She wore a cor- sage of carnations and lily of the aey. Best mn was Ron- akl Ddwk. A zatkm follow- ed with members of ,both fam- iUes present. The bride, daughter of Mr. mad Mrs. C. Joe Beke, Chen, dated with the Clmney School 1965  After a short honeymoon trip the OpxeWiil nmke their ,home "m Reception Planned For Berta Wahl A reception  be given in ,hon)r of Miss Be*a Wa,kl Saturday, Jtme 12, at 2 p. m. in the American Le,#on ,ha,l 00the ,C?neral C00or00e W00ht an s Relief Ck)rps No. 8. Frics and family are invit- ed. Miss WaM is the winner of the $100 eitizensp award of- feted by he Corps. The certif- icate ,of ,award will be present- ed to Miss W, alh at the recep- tbn by Mrs. Ehner ,Mm-sh, scholarstfip chairman. Wedding Planned Invitations are in the mail fr the wedding of Jim Bait and Miss Chris Jones on Sun- day, June 20, in Maso Metho- dist clmrch in Tmonm. The couple will live in Caeney dr- hag the summer while Jhn is attentant t the Oheney swim- ming pool. John Banks is COldined the Slmkane Veterans tmspita for treatments. The Bargain Shop NEW AND USED FURNITURE 235-4744, CH EN EY A decor ,of gu,ld and white wa used on the refreshment tobies, where the wedding cake, baked and decorated by Mrs. S. Livings*one, was cut and served by Mrs. Dick Ball, Mis Lenore Bal, Mrs. Mile B'atl Jr., Mrs. A. Day, Mrs. Liv- ingstone and Mrs. A. B. CUt- ting. Serving the punch were Mrs Guests were from the Coast and central Washington en route to the State Methodist Confeernee in Spokane tis week. They toured the Koino- nm house on the EWSC cam- pus which is used by the Camp Christian Fellowship of stu- dents. The Mcthedist ohurch and Christian church will conduct a summer vacation church school m the Methodist church youth center rom June 14 to June 19, from 9 to 11:30 a. m. There is no charge for the school. An offering will be tak- en Thursday to furnish the work of the American Bible society. On Saturday the reg- ular classes will be followed by a family picnic in Sutton Park. Mrs. ames BMckshaw and Mrs. E. H. Wagoner are in charge of the school for chil- dren from Kindergarten through the Mxth grades. Tkee 1,oal leaders are in Spokane ths week to repre- Mitdred Harris, Mrs.. Alice Ste- sen,t the Methodist Church of pbn Mr Marlene Rallovish Cheney at the six-day session ......... "' ....... t An ,and Mrs. Vicki Prelwitz. Pour- of the Pact!c lormwes - ing coffee were Mrs Pauline l nu,a Conference of The Meth- Hevel, Mrs. Deores ihn, Mrs. odist Church. Agnes Prelwitz, Mrs,. Beuhih They are the pastor, the ttollman and Mrs. Harry King. Rev. Howard Pltts, the church H,ndling the guest register lay member of the comerence, were their grandsons, -Gary[Mrs John Van Brunt, and the Ball, George and Allen King and Mrs. Sid Larson. Others assisting were Mrs. Conrad Lauff and d,aughters Gretchen md Darte, Mrs. Earl Mos, Mrs. Ernest McMillan a,nd friends:. Mr. and Mrs. Ball were mar- ried in 1915 in Spolne. They , are retired school tealhers and i are natives of this ,area. Mrs. Ball wore a beige lace and crepe dress and was presented a golden orchid by her family. F.olowing the reception a buffet dinner was served in the city hal to 40 out of town relatives and friends, with Mr. and Mrs. Bali as hsts. TILICUM NEWS Ti'Iicurn cub ,presented t cash holrship at the high sc.hol graduation exercises Friday night in the EWSC Fielmuse. James Patterson received the award on the basis f .sehlarship, leadersp, citi- ze,hip, financial need and character. The solavship is fox a lh sohool boy or girl who witl ,attend EWSC he fl- lowg fl. The .board of directors are preparing mateviats er the armtml year book, with a,ll de- partment chairmen turnfing in their tax, rams  the nmn. bey of members in tlt dm't-. ment. It is nted .that the fall N. E. District eenvention will be held Oct. 8 in, Tekoa, with Mrs. W. A. Lund, district pres- ident, presiding. LODGE NEWS BETHEL 17 Bethel 17 of Job's DaulCh- tes wi install Miss Anne Stahlborn in open ceremonies Saturday evening, June 12, at 2 p. m. in the Masonic Temlle. Miss Jennifer Jordan, retiring honored queen, will be the in- staling officer, assisl by past queens and pinoessess of the Order. Presentatons, Ira> gram and reception will flow. Gr, artd officers will be wel- comed and seated in a place of .honr. MARTHA OES Martha mpter OES will meet Monday, une 14, in the Masonic Temple. Fathers will be hoored with a program. Mr. atd Mrs. John Van Brunt, ptren nd matron, will con- duct the business meeting for rerprts and phns for the rge,nd ohepter seions in Ta- crf, CHURCH NEWS UNITED Beginning June 13 and ex- tending throtgh September 5 the Sunh morng service of the United Church of Christ will begin at 9:30. There will be care for the pre-sclmol chil- dren. A e in the design of the worship  be to in- clude the older children and to answer questions. The vhtrch .selml had its last session on Jtme 6 unil September 12. There will be a cmtcentrated wcation church schvol meeting weekday morn- ings 9:30 to 11:30, July 6-15. Morning chsses  include kindergarten through the sixth grade. Older youth will meet eve#rigs. Mrs. F. L. Ratcliffe, Jr., is the director. The Youth Fellowship will go to N.Sid,Sen June 18-19 for a work camp to he1@ 1epare he vamp for the summer ses- si(nts. N-Sid-Sen is the camp for the Inland Bmpire of the Wash- ingten-Northern Idaho confer- ene of the United Church of Christ and is situated on the east shore of Lake Ceur d'- Alone about eight miles north o Harrison, Idaho. reserve ,toy member, Mrs. Del Losden. The conference will cose Sunday morning, June 13', with a service tor Spokane area Methodists in the cty's coli- seum. Ministerial appoint- ments will he ann, ounced at !that time. There wifi be o Sunday school .or worship ser- vice at the Oheney Methodist Church this Sunday. The climax of the week, the concluding session of the Con ference, comes Sunday morn- ing with a worship service at the Spokane Colise,um begin- ning 'at 10:30 a.. Bish0 Pa .liner will again be preaching. All churches in the Stmkane Dis- trict  be closed on Sunday (Jne 13) and 4,000 Methodists are expected to gather for this service. A nursery will be pro- vidod for inants and children and of course there is free parking. It has been 21 years since the Annual Conference met in Spokane, so for many of us this  ,be a once-in-a-lifetime chance to paicipate in such a gathering of MethUst leaders. All church members ,are en- couraged to attend all five off these warship services ff at a possihle. Anyone ,ko needs a rde te the evening services METHODIST Twentyfive ministers and hymen were entertained with a dinner Monday in the Meth- odist church youth center. The Women's Society, headed by Mrs. Mae Van Scoyoc, pro,par- ed ad served the dinner. ahou cl_l the parsonage, 235- 4940. = CttRISTIAN The Christian church will have a,s guest speaker Sunday morning, June 13, at the morn- mg services, the Rev. Jhn D. Grief, who is associated with the Alcoholic Association. His topic, "The Trumpet Has Sotmded." lollovin, g services the cortgregation, wilt take part in the annual business meeting, eeti.on of officers and w present the budget far adop- )i, on. T. ROSE OF LIMA Mrs. Eugene Fletcher has been chosen by the Spokane Oatholic diocese Confraternity church dctrine, to appear on KHQ:TV Sunday, June 13, at 9:30 a. m., o demonstrate the bible study ith her t&ird and fourth graders of St. Rose of Lima clmvch. Bible school summer ses- sions of St. Rose of IAma Cath- olic church  begin June 11 atd continue through June 20. _.___-.--- SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST The 61st anmml camp meet- ing or Seventh-DaY Advent- ists in the Inland Empire be hem at VCalla Wa'Ha Col- lege June 9-19. Guest speakers :will include George Vandeman, from the "It Is Written" TV program, and Francis Nichol, editor of the church's official organ, "Review and HeraM." More thart 70 ministers and church empleyes will assist in t,he 10-day convocation. There will be no services held ,a the ocal church far the fog two weeks. _...._.---- BAPTIST The Baptist church has be- gmr enlarging the church budding, a 70 foot addition.to the 'auditorium. Anu--cK Champe, pastor, and the mem- bers are snpervi'sing. Mrs. FAith Ohampe, mother of Mr. Champe, vho h spent veral months here, returned to her home in San Francisco this week. You can flnd it in the classifieds. NEWS BRIEFS Dr. Walter L. Powers, East- ern Washington State College professor o.f education and psy- cho,l, ogy, witl take lart in an international symposium at the convention of the Western Psychol,0gical Association in ttonohilu next week Mr. and Mrs. George Heath emertained Hugh B1Mr, EWSC librarian, at a dinner on Sat- nrday evening .at their home Mr. Blair has spent 20 years in the Heath apartments. He left Tuesday far the East. '- Mr. and Mrs. arl Hair en- tertained as weekend guests their san, Lad Hair, Miss. Mar- cia Roy of Bremerten, and Lutheran Church On Summer Schedule The Emmanuel Lutheran church is making a ch,ange in worship service for the sum- n ier months beginning this Sunday, June 13. Reguhr worsh:ip service will be held from 8:30 to 9:30 and family worship service (Sun- (iy school) from 9:45 to 11 o'c],ock. Vacation church school clas- ses are scheduled for June 14 to 25 from 9 to 11:30 a. m. In- struction will be given for chil- dren from 3 years through the Confirmation el'asses. Fred Bradford and Bruce Ne ............................ mann, from the ship USS move his family there in late Sperry, now stationed at Brem- econ. Afternoor Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs Ken Hair and son of Spokane. Mr. ,and Mrs. Herman Jen- sen were j,oined by their son,: Robert, Spokane, far a tour of Lakehnd Village, during ogcn sLl,inmer. Mr. and rs. Cecil Th,orne of Almira were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower. They were en route to Pullman to see their son John graduate from WSU. Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball had house Sunday, Jue 6 Mrs Olive Swe-le entertain as weekend guests their son " " ,and family, Mr and Mrs Dick ed as guests on Monday her llrM1  ..... n' l=-oe f l.v tWO granddaughters:, Jenny l,f n  , x,- Uivh and Kelly McConnell at he '; ' , o  : ; ' ILivingstone from Bremeron. nome here for a mncneon ........ "- [ Mrs Marian Batr spent the lvlr. anti lvlrs. onato JO,ln- e k" " son had as weekend guests two 1.0 etnsd n P:rltlandana tagU t- nephews, Curtis and Dana ........... .......  ler ivir. ana zvirs. JaCK Alien Jonnson, tram Bellevue Gal,l-i . . ,_-u__._ cu .... ..... M I aDO two Cnllti/t2ii. llU Wi. ers vionoay were vrr. ano rs .... n .u, ..n w ..... ,hn t ]inied by her son Jim for the .... v ..... , ,,, ,, .... ' .... "ttrip home. son. '  " " n" ] Mrs G L Nickell had s Mrs Jonn BanKs ancl gra (1-  " ' " s,on Bob Bartlett attended the [ agU'stSgt day 'hir snnlrl birthd, ay party for her son, Lloyd Banks, at ,'hs home in Spokane Valley o,n4ay, June 7. Mrs. Lloyd Banks served the snprise dinner Presen, were ov_s Steven and David Banks of Spokane arid Cheney guests. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dales left last week for a visit with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kabrud, n Minnesota. While there they will attend a goclen wedding oelebration of rela- tives. Dick Roos, who is confined in  Spokane h)spital, is recov- ering s0vly nd expects to re- turn .home inthe near future. N,o ca. ers as yet, excep Mrs. I{oos who goes in dally to be with hm. Mrs. Etta Presnell spent last week in Lind .as a guest of her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Detbert Pence. She at- tended the hgh school grad- uatien where the Pence's grandchiMren were graduntes. John anks, who is ed in the Spokane Veterans Hos, pital, underwent minor sur- gery last week and is recover- ing nice'ly. He expects' to come home in another week Mrs. Banks and grandson Bob Bart- lett visited him Sunday. Mr. rand Mrs. Porter Parker had a guests tiffs week Mr. : and Mrs. Joseph B urming- ham of Red Blu2f, Ca. Mrs. Parker and Mrs. B,urmingm (Dot) .are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Luiten returned last Thursday frn a visit with their son in hw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Mix, Huntsville, Ala. While there they spent a few days at the Great Smokey Mouna,ins state park in Tennessee and North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Reyaotds, R, oseburg, Ore., arrived over the weekend to spend a week here with friends in Plaza and her brother, John Van Brtm. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ralph Beau- dreau md family attended graduation exercises at Jo,hn Rogers High. Among the grad- uates was Dale Beaudrean, a nephew. Mr. ,and Mrs. Conrad Lauf entertained with a fumily din- ner party in ,honer of their datfflter Gretchen's high so,heel graduatio hst week. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Konrad Lauff Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hove and chil- dren. Gretchen phns to enter nurses trig next year. Jerry Bergloff, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bergloff, is leaving this weekend for Hills. bare, Calif., to teach in sum- mer school. He has signed a contract to teach in the Hills- bore school system tnd will G. C. Nickel1, Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Longmeier, Lind, and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bergloff for a dinner party in honor of her d'aughter, Mrs. Hazel Neon, of Colorado, wh spent the past week here Mrs. NickMl's son and family of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth White, joined them. BETZ OPENS The Betz be open June Principal Le,Roy this week. Each period the librarY' from 1:30 to lic use. "The Betz reading club A10gdo,n, will summer, she pants will books period and cn outstanding next fall Pupils through six maY the club. MERRITT Cheney, NOTICr TO No. In the Superior Washington for the In the Matter ' VIOLA ISABELLE was also known as ceased. Ntice is hereby signed has been of the above estate qualified accordingly, sons having claims ceased are required to verified, with the undersignl t Cheney, Washington Ai. s Johnson the office at 318 Wash., arid file such such service in the of the above Court kane. Arashirgton after the first tiee or they will be Date of the notice is llth day Mildred Ferr#e the aboe estate. Merritt A Johnson 318 First Street Watch for Open This Week! SHUFFLE BOARD, POOL, FLIPPERS, CANDY, SOFT AND MUSIC Special name contest prize for the winner! 122 COLLEGE (Across from Cheney Nursing INSURE with A Professional VICTOR WILSON AGENCY YOUR PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY IVAN CLEMONS, ITHERED BARN Lunche 6 oz. T.Bone Steak Tossed Green Salad Roll Choice of Beverage on Center New Recreation