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Page 4 Oheney Free Press Frid:ay, June 18. ]g65 WELCOME EXTENDED--Mrs. Jean Hagie, Cheney, outgoing national executive secretary of Spurs, collegiate women's ser- vice honorary, welccmes Kittie Zittel, left, national president of Spurs, to Eastern Washington State College. Eleven mem- bers of the National Spurs executive council from seven states met last weekend at EWSC, then went to Lake Coeur d'Alene for their annual national conference. Miss Janet Lehn and Stephen Connors United in Spokane Church on Saturday Miss Janet Ilene Lelm and taCfeta with wide scooved neck- Stephen B. Coroners were unit- lines ,and short sleeves. The ed in marriage Saturday, June fLoer4ength sheath skirts were ]2, ,at 7:30 at the Manito Pres- accented at the Jhigh waist with  byterian church in Spokane. dark green velvet ribbon with The Rev. Raymond W. Moody a 'small bow at the back. The .ead the double ing service flower girl wore a little girl's in a candlelight settling, version of the bridesmaid's The bride, daughter of Mrs. dresses. Their headpieces were Mlton O. Lelm a.Id the late silk itusiorL boaff,ant veils eld lVI. Lehn, was giveal in mar- by rosettes ,of the gon's ma- riage by her brother, Dale teriM. All carried colonial Lelm. The bridegroom is the bouquet of Esther Reed dais- of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cxm- ies with green centers match- rmrs of Harsh, Wash. ing their gowns. T.he bridal gxwn was Em- Patrick Golmors, Harrah, pile,styled of EngLish Se ,'hif was his brother's ,best man. embroidered organza over taf- U, sheas were Ralph Thomson, feta with wide ,scooped neck. Warden; James Treadwel, Se- line ,and shoat sleeves. The attle; Mark Mes nd Dne high waist of the ,gentle sheath Portine, Wapato. Wil,am Ga- sadrt was accented by a atin ble, Ykima, was sokt. ribbou awd duble bow and For her son's wedding, Mrs. l(mgtre,merst the,hack top- Colmors wore a ,beige dress pod he elmpehleagth train, with matching accessories. 'Mrs. The headpiece, a ring of the Lebn wore an aqua blue crepe gown',s mateM, held a chapel- dress with matching aetessscv- kmh  iRusion veil. She ies. Their corsages were cym- gdeas. - Reception Follows "  ,a colonial bouquet of bittm ere. Attendants Named A reception followed at the Miss Gwen Jaclan was the H,eldy Inn. Mrs. Daryl Leiph- maid of .hea. Other attend- am, Draven]X}Tt poured coffee; ants ware: the Msses Elaine Miss Betty Bold, Seattle, served Surbeck, Oheney; Cine ptmch; Mrs. Paul Charvet, Ale- hiss and Lynette Taipote, both meda, Calif. arid Miss N, ancy Seattle, am1 Mrs. Jerry Oarr, Reinbold, Davenp0vt cut the Spokane. Mry Ruth Lelm vs weddiag cake. Miss Iarma her sister's flower girl. All Still, Blaine, was at the .guest wole Empivetyled gown of book. MAss Iathleen C, ommm, lithe sherbet georgette over sister ,of the groovn, served the groom's cake. A/for a wedg trip to Lake Tahoe the couple will We in Wapato for the summer and return to Pullman ts at o complete their senmr year at Washington State Uaiveaty. Mr. nd Mr% Oormrs were hots to tI:*wg war- ty aid frierds at dinner at the Univity elb in the Ridpath affter rehearsal Fidy evening. Hatches Leave For Extended Tour My. and Mrs. Sam Hatch left Happiness is tedaY,ed tourFriday'of the east rfOr .notextend-tVrs. Hatch is the delegate to the i I00ing a Father lACk&" ucatien Ass'n in New York and guu, g--'=n- . They will visit the New York Fair then go to P.hfladea- phia to sit their daughter, Bulova! K,athryn and fa'mly, ad down a the east coast tO Florida ter spending some  in Wash- D @ @ $  O@ @  O irgton, D C., and Mt. Veenm. gATE KINg "Pg" .LL"- The complete watch. 30 |ewels. Waterproof*. -,.,- F rests H onored On Serf-winding. Tells ti and date at a g 25th Ann iversa ry Yetlv. $TUS Mr. and Mrs G. T. Pro were honored on their 25:h wedding anniversary with a no, host dinner party .given Sat- urday evening ,by a .group of, {rierds at the Frost's lake cot- tage. Present were Mrs. Kyle Pugh, Mr ,and ,Mrs. IAoyd ol- P @ @ @ @ laday, Mr. and Mrs. Feoman :ase, crown and crystal are Intact, FrOg,t, Mr. and Mrs Noln , Mr. and Mrs. F. N. I)m kelp, Mr and Mrs. Harry SMITH Bryceson, Mr. and lg_. Aolphe Smith, John Frost and J EWELERS Wayne Just. Unable to attend were Mr. "When something hoppyhoppens-- and Mrs W. E Betz, vlm are It's Bulovo Watch Time" ,aeationirg in California, and Prlceplus tax Mr and Mrs. Frank Bunker, who were on ,a business trip at @ @ @ @ @ @ $ Yakima. The Bargain Shop NEW AND USED FURNITURE 235-4744, CHENEY JOB'S DAUGHTERS INSTALLATION HERE 3ATURDAY EVENING COLORFUL AFFAI R Bethel 17 of Job's Daught- ers in:stalled Miss Anne Stahl- born as honored queen and her officers in colorful cere- monies on Saturday evening, June 12. The Friendship Circle of l%ith ceremony was used, with officers setting flowers on the ring and Mrs. Dean Swegle as the reader. Others assisng with the ceremony were Mrs. Fred Soey, organist; Miss Jennger Jordan, installing queen; Ruth Bell, guide; Sue Ham, marshal; Judy Ashley, chaplain and the Bible bearer; Kay Oordill, re- corder; Elva Woodward mad [ Jacld Lambert, custodians; ( Actinlg as pages were @aft Graves and Deolres Stelzer; guest book, Patty Hagelin and Jenny Johnson. The new honored gueen's mother, Mrs. Ted St, ahlborn, presented the white Bible from the bethel and Stahlbern, the gavel. Queen's pins and prin eesses pins were exchanged with Jennifer presenting Queen Anne the queen's jewel Sue Ham was presented the friendship award for outstand- ing work of the year. A musical program was pre- sented by Lindia Msman, solo- ist, accompanied by Nancy Johnson at the piano. A re- ception oed, with a color scheme of yellow and vthite, the .open book cake for the queen, ,and cakes in cross de- sign, featured on refleshmem table Hendrickson-Flikke Nuptials Performed Last Sunday at Emmanuel Lutheran Church Miss Marcine Flikke and Paul Hendrickson, son o,f Mr :arid Mra. Elvin Hendriekson, Spokane, were united in mar- riage .on Sunday, June 13, at 3 p. m. in the Emanuel Luth- eran church here. Roy. Claire Grube officate.d at the double ring candlelight ceremony in a floral setting of white daisies and red carnations. The bride, daughter of Mr. .a,Id Mrs. Lee Flikke, graduate i of Cheney high school and EW- i SC, taught last year in the Okanogan hool system The bridegroom is a senior at EW- SC. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a fior length gown of chantilly lace, fitted bodice, lng sleeved, Miss Mary Miller Is Touring Europe Mi, ss Mary Miller, daughter of Dr. ad Mrs. R. F. Miller, ,has been attending Grenoble University m France the past ear and attended the film fes- tival at Carnies, France rec- ently. She is spending the smnmer on a tour that will include Spain, Monacco, Venice, Rome, Greece, Germany and EnRland. She p|axs to leave faxml l_am- dn nd re'rive in New York City Aug. 10 where she v611 ,see the World's Fair before comirg ,home Ir a recent letter to her par. ents She mentimmd behng a guest of some friends in a Geneva restaurant were pine- ,lets were priced at $22 on the menu. Mrs. Heineman Is Newcomer's Prexy Mrs. Robert Heineman was elected president :of the New- comers Club of Faculty Wives at their hst meeting this sea- ,gOn. Other officers elected were Mrs. William A. Greene, vice president ad Mrs. lbert E. Jones, secreta. Mrs. D H. Breiterffeldt is the past presi- dn The .only suer a'Uvity plazmd by the organization is a tea party ,kormring summer .school faculty wives ,arid wom- en faculty members of EWSC. ReguIr meetings witl resume in September. Wendy Heath On People to People Tour Mr. and Mrs. George Heath went to the Spokane Airport Tuesday to see their ,grand- daughter, Wendy Heath, leave for the People to People Tour. The tour started from Was'h-i ington, D. C. June 15 and will inel,ude stops at London, Am- sterdam, Brussels, Luxem- bouvg, Paris, Strassbourg, Mu- nich, Linz ,and Vienna in Ans- trio, Budapest and Halaton Lake in Hunlary, LjUbl' ,na in Yooshvia, Venice, Flmenee, Rome, P'ma and Milan in Italy. Lucerne, Hdelberg, ,back to the Netherlms at Arnem ad to New York City Ju7 31. Miss Heath is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Heath, Jr. Her mother is a teacher at he Cheney high sclool. LODGE NEWS The Royal Neighbor ledge will lmld a regur meeting on londy, June 21, ia the Legio hall. Oracle Betty Hale will preside for reports mad the order of business. Afterwards the members wil'l adj,omm to the Oolege Inn for a dessert party. ED SONNEBO--- HERE ON VISIT Mr. and Nh's Edward Seme- born, Jr., (Carmen Carter) ar- rived Friday to ,spend a few weeks here with her parents Mr and Mrs. C. C. Cater. Sen- neborn, who served in the rmvy, received his .discharge at Carlsbad, Calif., and they plan to tour New York, Virgima and Plorida this summer before returning to California to make their ,home. scalloped neckline, with a A skirt extending into a chapel train. The fingertip lace and net veil was attached to a pearl crown. She carried a bridal bouquet of white roses, step,h- anotis, accented with red car- nations. Matren's Dress Described Matron of holier was Mrs. John Emtman, attired in red night-light silk, short own with bell skirt, matching head- piece, and carried red and white gladioli. Bridesmaids were LeArme Valley and Vieki Itendriekson, attired alike in short gowns with red skirt and white bodice, matching head- piece; they carried red and white gladioli. The flower girl was Shelly Emtman, attired like the bridesmaids. Dr. James Edm.ods of EW- SC music faculty, organist, ac- companied Clales Peffley, so- loist. Assistants Named Handling the guest register was Miss Valer'm Hess, consin of the bride. The grit table was presided over by Mrs. R. Hess and Miss Michell Balon',- dr.de. Mrs. Flikke wore or her daughter's wedding a beige linen and lace three piece suit, urith ma, tchirg es: "and a yellow ,hat. The ,hridega'oom's mother wore a two piece suit of blue s'.Lk with white hat and accessories. Both wore or- chid corsages. Best man far ,1,ds hrother was Mic,hael He,dick_son. Ushers were Terry Hendvicksn and Je'y Flikke, brother of the bride. The eople will live in Che- ney arid attend EWSC this sum- mer. They are honeymooning at the Earl Joyc cottage on the Olympic Peninsula. The reception was held in the church social ooms with Mrs. William NelSon, au.n of the groom, cutting and serving the cake. Mrs. Edward So.neborn (Carman Carter) served the punch, and Mrs. Ernest McKin- ney presided at the coffee urn. MRS. ORLOB AND LLOYD D. MARTI N WED SATURDAY ,Mrs. Willhm J. Orlb, 814 4th Street, Ckeney, widow of the rhte Dr William J Orlob, and Lloyd D Martin, E. 9400 Sprague, Spokane, were mar- ried Saturday, June 12, at the United .Chtweh of Christ in Cheney. P. L. Eisehauer of. ficiated at the ceremony at- tended by friends and reM- :ives. 2he ,bride wove a silk shan- Xlfflg turquoise suit dress with match,: g accessories. She was given m marriage by her son Dougtas A. Orob, and her at- tendmt yeas Mrs Mel Potts, Spokane. Dale Martin of Pull- man yeas best man for h bro- ther. The ushers were Clarence Jacobsen anti Mr. Kenneth Nel- son. A reception was held in the I chm'ch following the cere- mony. After a Canadian trip, the Marirm will  be a home at 814 4th Street, OheqL. Among the out of tram guests were Mr. ,ai Mrs. C. E. Morell of Poeatello, IdMm, !parents of the bride, Mrs. W. J. Ortob; Mrs. Glen Abegglen of St. Anthony, Idaho; loire. Ela D. Martin, mother of the hMoom, from Spokane; Mr. and Dale ar, tin, Pttllman, Mr. and Mrs. old Fergu. son, Dayto Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Betz and children and Mr. ,and Mrs. Jack Weigad azd Janet of Seattle left Fday for a two weeks trip to Los Angeles that will include visits at Disne.and, Marine]and ad San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Pierce entertained Roy..and Mrs. K. W Larrkon ef Seattle for Sat- urday afternoon desse. The guests ,of the Pierces during the week were Mrs. Oala'ie IAn- der Stevenson and Hm-ry Mon- tague, formerly of Cheney. |,,,, You can' find it in he clamifleds. Masonic Groups Active Past Week The grand lodge sessions of Masonic lodges is being held in Bellingham this week; the grand opening on Thursday, election and installation on Fri- day and Saturday. Going from Cheney were Ted Freeman and John Ham. The grand sessions of the Job's D,aughters bethels and guardian council will convene in Wenatchee this weekend. Members of Bethel 17 of Che- ney will attezd with the 'hon- ored queen and princesses. The grand assembly of tin- bow Girls is being held in Spo- kane Coliseum this week, Thursday through Saturday. Joan IteimNgner of Odessa, grand worthy adv,, will pre- side. Eastern Staxs and Masons will be honored on Thursday night. A number of the East- ern Star members from C.he- ney will assist at the grand ses sJons. Maha chapter OES met Mioaday evening, June 14, in the asonic temple. Fathers were presented favors rom the worthy matron and patron Mildred and John Van Brunt Final plans were made to at-: tend grand chapter meetings in Tacoma next week. Legion Ladies Hear Reports at Meeting The American Legion Aux- ili,ary met Wednesday evening, in the Legion hall with Mrs. Ernest Harr, president, eon ducting. It was reported the poppy sales of the Spokane dis- trict were $15,765, which in- cluded the Cheney contribu- tions. Mrs. Carl Hendricks repo't- ed the child immunization din- ic had given 233 immunizations and will continue throu'gh the summer on the fourth Monday morning ,at 9:30. No charge will be 'made for polio, DTP and i smallpox shots given until Oc- tober. It was reported that 25 pairs of shoes lind been collected for Washington ngrant children and delivered. Mrs. Harr said commem- ative stamps collections will be contirmed for the Vancouver veterans 'hospital. Mrs. Fred Hoyt, president-elect, nd her officers will be instled in the fall. Reeskments we.e served Mrs. Dennis Jones, brought her to Cheney. Mrs. Agnes Sperber was ,a Saturday guest. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Harr and three children of Spokane spent Sunday as guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harr. Mrs. Mile Ball, who sus- tained a broken knee recently, is recuperating nicely at her home here and receives mary callers each day. Mrs. Julia Butler re*urned frt*m Sacred Heart hospital last weekend and is recovering from surgery at her home here Mr. and Mrs:. Harry I. Mere- dith, formerly of Cheney, are celebrating their golden wed- ding armiversary on Sunday, June 20, from 2 to 5 p. m. in he Baptist church of Cakes- dale. Mrs. Robert Har- vey, a daughter of Cheney will be one of the hostesses for the reception, and will at- tend with a number of Cheney friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt attended the wedding of Gerald Larson of Clarkia, Idaho, and Bonnie Lytle, on Saturday afternoon in the Christian church of Coeur d'- Alone. A floral setting af pink gladioli and greens featured the candlelight double ring ceremony. A reception fllow- ed in the church social rooms. Mrs. Warren Westerman of Cheney and Mrs. R. T. Hoopin- garner of Amber attended ptmrmaceutical association aux- iliary luncheon at the Elk's country club at Liberty take on Tuesday. Steven Swegle, son of Mr. aad Mrs. Dean Swegle, who graduated Last week from the Cheney high school, has been accepted ,at the University of Washington in Seattle for the fail term. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harvey and three cdren left this week to spend the summer in Mssouia, Mont., near her par- ents, Mr. ,and Mrs. J. Ross. Dick Ioos, Who as been corfined in DeaconeSs loslital, returned to his home this week to recuperate. Mrs. Carl Rudolf was a dele- gate to fhe State Gage con-i ventiou in Pasco during in'st: weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schultz of Harrington spent Monday evening in Cheney as guests of i Mr. ,altd 'Mrs. John Van 'Brunt and attended the OES meeting in Masonic temple. by Mrs. Harr for the Social The Nazarene Church is con- hour which followed the meet- ducting the summer Bible ing. sclool for the Sundy school ciasses this week at the church. CARL HAIRS ON COAST The Lutheran church is hd- Mr. ,and Mrs. Cal  and ing the ammal clmrch scheol, daughter PatricJa are spend- this week in the chu,reh social ing is week on a vacation rooms. Pupits from kindergar- trip to the cow, st. ten to .high ,school are i at- NEWS BRIEFS The Newcomers club of ac- ulty wives is having a tea at 3 o'clock Thursday, June 24, ,at the home of Mrs. Don S. Patterson for summer faculty women teachers ,and f, aeulty wives. Tom Samons, son .of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Samon, is in the U. S. Coast Guard Reserve sta- tioned at Alemeda, OaRf. for basic taining. From here he will go to C-votor, Penn., to the commissary stewart selmol for 16 weeks. He plates to re- sume college studies at Bell- ingham i,n February. Mr. and Mrs. Samons of Colvilre, for- merly ,of Cheney, visited her mother, Mrs. Ethel Ryan at the Chen,ey Nursing Home, anti other friends last Saturday. Mr. nd Mrs. Art Bean en- ter*ained as a guest last week her sister and family, Mr. arid Mrs. J. A. Phelps of Prescott. On Sunday they were joined for dinner by their scl-in4a and daughter, Mr. and M. Cliff Ferguson and C:arolyn of Spokane. Mr. Bean's mother, Mrs. Emma Bean, of Ewan spent ,a few days last week in Cheney. C. C. Carter, Jr., returned recently from military school at Lexington, Me., to spend the summer here with his paints Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carter. He is presently in the lmrvest at Dayton. Mrs. H. D. Walker lefft for Bellevue .over the weekerd to spend a week with her son emd family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfiam J. Walker and three childre,n. She will visit the new grand- daughter for the first time. Mr. and Mrs. Guy S trabey of Seattle. spent a few days here last week as guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. C. E. Bower. They were en route to Fargo, N. D., for a new assignment. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hendricks spent the weekerd in Clinging- ham ,as guests of their son-in- law and dauger Mr. ad Mrs. Stanley McLean and four chil- dren. Jennifer 3ordan, Cheney delegate to Girl State, left this week for Elensbm'g to attend the week-lo activities mad sessions of the 600 girls from all parts of the state. MeetingS are held on Central Waslfing- ton State College campus. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alex- ander entertained n Friday her sister, Mrs. Pem'l Seymour of Spokane. A granddaughter, tend, ante. St. Rose of Lima Cath, oic church began its summer Church school on the weekend with classes being held eaeh morning in the old junior high school buildirg a,nd recreation games in rthe city park nearby. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stewart left today, Thursday, for Lake George, N. Y., to spend the summer at their home there. Tweniy On Twenty variety of fered by EWSC quarter starting June 21. In addition to EWSC will host er association ship conference  and 27. Starting shops in mentary teaching the ed, progressive ing for boys nastics for boys, United cedures, elementary post-student shop. Workshops from one to one-week tions World A current workshop opens week. The will be studied. Five more July 12. These end primary an,d workshops tions, tions, tration of ities, and track ities for girls. Workshops in ditioning for nastics for girls : A workshop in pair, begins July 29. Twenty-two and several scheduled for post-session, Methodist Is Rea To Cheney The Rev. pastor of church in year, has been mmther year. The made Sunday 13, by Bishop mer ,of Seattle session ,of the west annual held in the and attended by and Methodists. Bishop Pmer t "A divided convince and traught .and but the Holy in the church, lions together sake." Methodists 291 chu.rhes and Northe passed a new mark thi of 100,793 vear they ('.htches for 311. H For Father's Day Gifts Cheney Dept. L LaVigne Bakery and Catering' 5TH AND A ST. 235-4139 WILL CATER WEDDINGS -- SMALL OR NERS OR PREPARE FOOD ONLY, IN OR WEDDING AND ALL-OCCASION SATURDAY SPECIALS DINNER ROLLS .................................... MAPLE BARS, DONUTS