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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, Jtme 19, 1964 JUNE BRIDE--Miss Robin Elizabeth Babb became the bride of Lyle Raymond Bruce June 6 in ceremony at Cheney Emman- uel Lutheran Church. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Babb of Cheney. Robin Elizabeth Babb, Farmington M'an Exchange Marriage Vows In Church Rite At Cheney Emmanuel Lutheran Church Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Oheney ws the setting f the wedditg June 6, o Miss Robin Elizabeth Babb, dau,gh- ter of r. and Mrs. John MLson Babb, Cheney, to'Lyre Raymord Bruce, ,son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Brtrce of Farming- ton. The Rev. Clair Gru.be of- fixated at the 4mbte ring cere- mony. The bride wore a floor 'length gown of white delust- eld sawn peau de safe de- sigmd wth a fitted Alencm lace bodice wilQh a neckline and long lace rdeeves. The bell skaped skirt featured lace applique and soft plas at the waistline flowing io, a chapel train. Her veil of il-' tuion was very full and ehew length ,and was set in the crown of pearl embroidered marquisette rose. Her nly] jewelry was an heirloom dia- mond hvaLier trer maternal grandmother, Mrs. George An- den, had worn a her wed- ding. She carried a semi-cos-! cade arrangement o/pink roses su.rounded by feathered white carnations. Miss Mary Boo of Cheney and Miss Jan Wileen of Seat- fie, cousins of the bride, were bridesmaids. Miss Beverly Bruce, sister of the groom, was: a jor bridesmaid. Mlss Nor- ma Lee Bruce and Miss Janet Bruce, sisters of the groom, weave candlelighq-s. Ttm bridesmaids wore cock- tail length dresses of peau de safe in pale green with lace j,ackets and bell shaped skirts softly pleated at the waist, and matching sa,tin slices. Emer- ald green velvet headbartds and sashes completed their ersembles. The candlellghtevs wre pale green brocade cocktail length dresses with round scooped ncklines, bell shaped skirts, ad emerald green velvet sash- es and headbar, ds. Jay Lcorrard of Albion, Wash., was best man and the ushers were Bruce John,s on of Garfield ,and David Babb of Cheney, brother of the bride. Mrs. Babb wore a turquoise blue silk sheath gown with a nmtehg OVelblonse ith bone colored ,accessories and hat. Mrs. Bcuce chose a pale pink sheath gown. The dress fet- ud a lce hedce and a crepe ski. She wore match. in, g aecessaries and elbow length white gloves. A reception was held in the PICN IC ENDS BIBLE SCHOOL Vacation Bible school spgn- scrod jointly by the Methodist and C hristia churches ended Saturday with a picnic in Sut- ton Park. Forty4our ehilda'en attended from kirdergarten through ju,or l'dgh age. In charge of the kindergarten class were Mxs. E. H. Wagoner and Mrs., W, avren Westerman, assisted by IAna Havdie and Virginia Atwood. Primary class eade  were Mrs. James Blaeklmw and Mrs. Henry Franz, assi- ed by Linda Bauer and Ruth Blackshaw. Junior el.ass teach- ers were Rev. and Mrs. Donald Ross and Mrs. Glen Dobbins. Ruh Blacksha,w was p'mnist. !church social rooms. AssiSting at the serving tables were Mrs. R. araett Boots and Mrs. J. Loormrd Wileen, aunts of the bride. Mrs. Emery Bbb and Mrs. Albert Babb served he wedding cake, Mas. Jack Our- tis was at the punch bowl and Miss Judy Babb had charge of the guest book. Tle bride wore a white go. ig away dress and m,atc ,hing jacket with pink accessories and a pink rose corsage. After a brief honeymoon the couple wi make their tmme in Spo- kane. SAMONS ATTEND PASCO WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Met Samns and Mr. and Mrs. Ken,neth Mc- CaLl .and clldven went to Pas- *Co Sunday for the wedding of Miss Sharon Dyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dyer, for- mer residents of Cheney. The bridegroom, Dan Day, is ,a student of EWSC. The double ring ceremony was per- foamed in-the FirSt Christian Church, fo,ed by a recep- tion, at wh,ieN C'harae,He Mc- Call assisted. The couple wilt make their home in Cheney and attend college here in the faLl. PEO Sponsors Girl C.h'yl Hrtu.ng of Rsa,lia, sponsored by PEO chapter of Cheney, has been ist, alled as a member of the student sen- ate ,at Cottey Cllege, Nevada, Mo. LODGE N EWS Bethel 17 of Job's Daugh- ters will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the Masonic Temple ,and entertain guests froro Fed- eral Way, Seattle. Eleven mem- bers attended grand bethel sessions in Seattle over the ]weekend. Jill Lambe was hon'ored with a grand repre- sentative appointment to Id,a- ira. The Bethel scrap book re- ceived a grade of 84 for its yearly activities. A certificate of horror was awarded far tae Friendship Mes paoject, i Royal Neighbors 1o4ge met: Mmday afternoon with Mrs. William Lee preskling. Ttm July meeting w plmmed aong wi,h ,a potluck lrmhen and semi-annulet aradit and fi- ance report. IOOF lodge heM the last nmetig of the season, Monday evening. Ivan Kerr, nlvle grand, presided ,and repoes we,re made from the state as- sembly committee on pre pa- ti9n for the grand assemtly next week. Walter Hu,bbel, - trict deputy go, and master, and Ivan Kerr have been assisting in plans. Ladies of the 1,edge served ice cream ,and cake and cards were played. Rebelah lodge met Wednes- day evening in the IOOF hall Fifty-year jewels were present- ed to Miss FlOrence Rue and Mrs. Rena Griffith. A 40-year jewel was weserted to Mrs. Sam Bmaten, provided by a ephew Hrld Braaten. lIov- enee Rue presented it in iris behalf. Cheneyites Plan To Attend IOOF, Rebekah Sessions The 75'rd annual conventi,on t' IOOF lodge,s and the Rehek- ah assembly will be held in Spokane next week, beginning Monday. A reception for grand officers will be held on Sun- day at 2 p. m. in the IOOF Temple. This replaces the grand officers courtesies and visitations. Srving from Chney will he Mrs. Ernest McMillan arid Mrs. Mito BaH at the receptioaa. Reg- Ltration is being held a,t the Daverprt Hotel through tbAs weekend, with Mrs. Marie Con- ley and Mrs. Agnes Oharlton assisting. A Memori'M service will be .held ,at 8 p. m. Sunday at Westminister Congregation ciarch, 4th and Washington Sts. Rev Hahn is h,e speaker. At 7 p. m a breakfast o Rebek,ah Assembly will be in the Marie Anto'mette room of the Davenport, olowed by btsiness sessions in the Spo- kane Masonic Temple. At 7 a. m. breakast for the Tanama- k,a group also will be in the Masonic Temple, followed by general sessions '.and at 7 p. m. Decoration of Chivalry, high- est ,award in the assembly. A joint inallati,on of the Re- ad IOOF wiLl be held at 8:30 p. m. to close the ses- ,soas Wednesday eve .ning. Mrs. Daryl Hagie Attends Convention l Mrs. Daryl Hagie, Cheney, executive secretary-treasurer ,of the National Spurs, SOl, he- more college women's service hor,avary, attended the natioea- al convention .at Arizona State University, Tempe, this week. One of the convention high- lights was the in'ltion of Spur chapters from the Uni- wrsity of Alaska, Frbnks, and Carroll College, Helena, Mon. Lischka Styer Plans Wedding This Month Mr. ad Mrs. Gerald R. Sty have anounced the engage- ment and forthcoming mar- riage of the@ dauffkte,r, Lih- ka Jaene, to Dennis E. Reetz, LISCHKA STYER Rt. 3, Marshall. Miss Styer was graduated from Cheaaey High School in May. Mr. Reetz is currently employed at th Air National Guard. The couple will be married June 27 in the Christian Church at Paouse. Faculty Wives Plan Story Hour At Betz A story hour will be pro- vided by the Newcoaners group of the Eastern Washington State College Facutty Wives club ,at Betz school Thursdays at 9:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m. starting Thursday for all chil- dren ages 3 years through the second grade. It is suggested that a parent or older child accompany the child. The library will be open on Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30 starting Thursday for seven weeks. CAMP FIRE NEWS Mrs. Earl Hilton, Irational representive and board mem- ber, was keyaote speaker at the Spokane ,_.a{a_ oonferen, ce of Horizon dubs in Spokane Friday. Meraber from .the Chertey Horizon clubs and their leaders participated. The Camp Fire @ils camp- ing sean opens Jtme 22 at Camp Sweyohlan on Lake Coeur d'Alene. BENEFIT DANCE SET A benefit dance for Wind- sor Little Leaguers will 'be ,hed Saturday night from 9 to I a. m..at the grange hall. Parents of the teams will sponsor file dance, which will feature five music. Pizza and soft dris will be sexved. Money wil be used ,to buy equipment and shirts. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pen, devil, patron and matron of Eastern Star lodge of Cheney, have been visiting chapters this morth at Pomeroy, Oakesdale, Farmington and Alma. MRS. HOWARD R. BRYSON (VIVIAN SIMAS) and daugh- ters, Kay and Bee, will attend the National Music Camp at Inter- Iochen, Mich., this summer. Mrs. Bryceson, a former Cheney resident, was awarded a $900 scholarship by Delta Kappa Gam- ma, professional women teachers society, to cover expenses for her study. Daughter Kay, who has been accepted to attend the high school division of the camp, has been awarded a $250 scholarship from Mu Phi Epsilon. Bee Bryson has been accept. ed for the intermediate division of the music camp. The Bry- sons make their home at Sumner, where the girls attend school. Mrs. Bryson is a music specialist for the Tacoma Public schools. JOHN REITMEIER TAKES SPOKANE GIRL FOR BRIDE IN DOUBLE RING WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Archie S1 ,usser. t Mr. and Mrs. Ken Conley !entertained this week Mr. and Mrs. Jim Trazan,a ,and two grandchildren from CaIiforn,ia. Mrs. J. D. Pittman, Spangle, ]and Mrs. Beth Smith. O/her callers were Mrs. Rezeau P]otts, Edwall and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer C onley. On Mond,ay Mrs. Conley called on the Jack PhiLleos, the Ken McCa,lls a,nd Mrs. E. R. Kelly. Mrs. R. D. Newton has been t:.,ken from Deacones:s hospital to the nursing home in Mos- c;)w, Idaho, to be near her sis- ter. Mrs. Albert Lindquist has as guests her son,s, Rusel,1, Te- koa, Robert, Cle Elum, and Albcrt, Jr., and eir families. Th, ey are here for the funeral o!' their father. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Walker, who sold ,thei, r home near the EWSC Vieldho,use, have moved to the William Hibbard ha,use on Elm St. William Nelson, father of Mrs. Edwin Reed, has bee,n moved to the Cheney Nursing Home from Deaconess hospi- tal. Mrs. C:het Shepard enter- rained with a birthday party Sunday to celebrate the firs birrthday of her ga'andda'ugh- ter, LeAnne Henders,on, Spo- kane. Others present we,re Mr. and Mrs. al Henderson, the arents and three brothers, of the honor guest. vacation in the ! sates. They p,la New York returning home. Mr. and Mrs. leaving this to Reno, Nev., Colo. Their s, teacher in Spokane be at their home time. Charles W. spent the past ney with his sister, i Reed, and their liam Nelson Jersey on Mr. and Mrs. Mel itsd Vheir so Walla on Sunday, employed in the Mr. and Mrs. Brunt spent last sqmmer cottage ! Lake. Miss Florence ed as overn Mrs. Oscar tun, Ore., who to Coulee, N. D. The Spokane mail carriers meeting June 9 in Sutton flies attended. of Medical Lake president. The Mrs. Ronald Attending from Mr. and Mrs. arid Mrs. Earl Ms. Emo Mrs. Jotn John Re'Jtmeier took as his bride Miss Judith Snyder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Snyder, Spokane, last Friffay in the Jefferson',, Street Chris- tian church in Spokane. The Rev. Jas. O. Bradford officiat- ed at the double ring cere- mony. The bride, given in mar- tinge by her father, wre a wkite organza floor length gown, fashi, on/ed with long sleeves, boat neckline and fit- ted bodice attached to her bouffant skirt, which ws ac- cented with }ace ruffle down tlm front nnd around the bot- tom and exended into a chap- ]el rain. Her shoulder length veil was attached to a small pearl crown and she earvied a bouquet of whi, te roses, set in race and satiin. Attedarts ware identical JANETH PARKS BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED Mr.. and Mrs. Barton E. Park, Spokane, have ,announc- ed the egagement of their tghter, Jaaaeth J., to ltvin L. Chflde', son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. ghiMers, Tyler. Miss Park was graxiuated from John Rogers High SChool and Whitworh College. Mr. Chtlders was graduated from Cheney High Sol, col and Kin- man Business Urdversity. The couple are pl an Aug. 22 wedding at Hays tark Melhodist Church. CHURCH NEWS BAPTIST PaStor Amick Champe of Hayward, Oa,f., was recenly elected by the members of the Cheney.Baptist Chmch as th.er new pastor. Mr. Champe graduated from East Texas Baptist College at Marshall, Tex,as. He met Joye Helwig in his junior year mad was married in 1960. He has been pastor of churches in i Okl, ahoma and East Texas. He studied .at Golden ate the- logical seminary. He is active in youth leadership and train- ing and has ,a varied program pla ,rm,ed to include youth of Cheney.,, The Clmmpes have two sons, Jormthan David and Stephen Cody. His wife and sons have been visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Helwig in Texas, and arrived here last week. Mrs. Champe is a former teacher ,and pianist and will assist him. Pastor Ch, ampe will succeed Pastor Ken Schmidt, who rec- ently graduated for EWSC and is now statioaed at Fort Ben- ning, Ga. Satmxiay morning members of the Cheney Baptist church wiLl meet for a flower and shrub planting session for beautification. A fellowship di .liner wil be served at noon ad'th Mrs. W. R. Bergl, off a chairman. FamiLies are to bring a hot dish ald sahds to the assembly room. CHRISTIAN Fteetion of officers was ,held Sun,by following morniing services. They are: chairman of the board, Glen Dobbins; vice Cbaian, James Black- shaw; secretary, Mrs. W. Wes- terman; in,ancia:l secretary, Mrs. Wlon Cree; treasurer, Mrs. Jim Churchwe]; superin- tendent of Sunday School, Mrs. Donald Ross; assistant superin- tendent, Mrs. E. A. MelvLlle. The board meets he first Tues- day of the month. Christian churches of Wash- ingon ,and north Ida, ho will hold their state convention this week in the Spokane Norh Hill Christian church, begin- ning Monday. blue lace, two-piece dresses with white hats arid ac,cessor- ies, and white carnation bou- quets. Matron of ha,nor was MI 's. Mitchel,i McAtee; the bridesmaid was Miss Jody Reitmeier, the grm's sister. Best man was Steven R. Wei- gle. Ushers were Curtis Fruns and WilLiam L. Crippen. Mrs. Rex Barns, organist, acompanied the sol, sisal who sang, "The Lord's Prayer" and "i Love You Truly," which preceded the ceremony. Can- die lighters were the twin brother ,and sister of the groom mid children of Mr. and Mrs. George Radika, Spokane. A reception followed i.n the church parlor where the cake was cut and served by Mrs. F. Rogers. Po,uving the co,fee was Mrs. Ben McK,nnon; sear- ing punch, Mrs. Steven Weigle; 'handling the guest register was Mrs. Cheaw1 Mo'lman. The bridegrvoom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reit- nmier of Chertey and is a ,grad- uate of Oheney High Sch'ool. The couple wilt make their home in Cheney after the honeymoon trip to Canada. The bride was hen,areal with a hower in Chermy l,st week, wh Miss Jody Reitmeier, he h, ostess. Another shower was hem ir Spokane to honor he bride and groom. NEWS BRIEFS J. S. Lane, who sustained a broken hip some weeks ago, was brought home this week to recuperate. Mr. and Mrs. James Bl'ack- shaw and Rtrth spent Sunday after-anon at Opportunity ,at- ten.cling Christian charch Un- ton services. They went to Greenacres to visit her par- ents, Mr. and Ms. Joe Cox, a brother, Raymond Cox, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower and Mrs. M. R. spent the weekend ,at the: Sunday home of their daughter, Mrs. !Mrs. Jo,hn Rb.rt Jensen, to care for iMrs. I{arald Lori while Mr. and Mrs. Jen-lkane, Mr. and sen and David attended the!and Mr. and Scout camp exercises with a lktt. Spokane troop, of which Jen-I Earl Hilton sen is the leader, the University Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stewart returned home left Saturday for Lake George, end. Mrs:: j N. Y. They will visit with their Mr. and daughter, Mrs. WiLliam Renne- bahr at Madison, Wis., on t'he way and remain in New York until September. The state grange convenlon in Wenatchee last week was at- I tended by Mr..and Mrs. Carl Rudol.f. M'Jss Margy Fi, fie,d has re- turned to Cheney ,after teach- ing: a year in Caliarrda. She will be with her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne fied, this summer. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Dokken spent Saturday in Che,ney and visited ,his m'other, Mrs. Peg- gy Dokken. lr. and Mrs. Harry Peuek have ,as ,a summer vi, sto their grand niece, Miss Sherry Mil- sap of Los Angeles. iYr. arid Mrs.  HaUnch have their daughter, Mrs. Rob- ert Johnson, and two chil4ren .of California as gues t'hs week. Mrs. J0 ,hnsr will be at the University of Montana, Missoulia, this summer as an instructor while the children remain in Cheney. Rev. and Mrs. James Thuirer are moving to Slkane and the WhRworth College campus this week. He wiLl ttend class- es there and sevve as a mi, ni- ter in a Spokane church. He has served the Methodist c:hurch in Ch,eey as as.sstant to Roy. Larrison. 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