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Friday, June 25, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 3 Lakes Mrs. Sidney Larson tOOL Lakes vacation osed l.ast Fri- very good Parents and the church for Friday evening. was in charge. and Mrs. Ted charge of the teachers anid four out the award went second to aughn and third a tie between and Ricky Aman. MET BECK Fingers 4-H club Beck. Twelve Bea dem- chip cookies. PARTy ' BOYS Mace was hostess arty last Fri. Debbie Bonita Stan- Star and Skip- Kenny and and Laurel Gary Hart- rson, Gayle. Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt GRADUATES ENTERTAINED Mrs. L. A. Larsen and Mrs. N. D. Martin entertained at an after-graduation party for stu- dents graduating Srom junior high, senior and college. Mrs. Marline Walden also was hon- ored; she is gradu,ating from Deaconess ttospital school of nursing. Fifty friends attended. ACCEPTED INTO THE WOMEN'S AIR FORCE Miss Karen Delphine Kidd datghter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Doughty, 4821 S. As- sembly Road, was recently ac- cepted into the women's air force. She left June 17 for six weeks of basic training at Lack- l, anFd Air Force Base in San An- tonio, Texas. After completion of basic training vhe will be set to a techzfical training center for study in whatever field she may be assigned to. At present she does not know what that may be. Miss Kidd attended Garden Sprin,gs and Betz Elementary schools and graduated with the class of 1964 from Cheney High Scho;>l. She was honored at an open house at her parents' home on June !6th. Many of her friends and relations attended. ENGAGEMENT IS TOLD e Wilcox, Ken Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hun- Jim Perry, ter, Thorpe Road, announce the and engagement and coming wed- kely. d.ing of their daughter Hazel raTIONS and Mrs. Rus- took a dam ColviRe. Atkins on i. ome from Is some m- Ted R,lon and with Mr. RandeU in L. Crooks en- dinner with Mr. cousins is feting a lcl enjoyed -rs. Lh)yd Lake, Sat- Cmp is a nw and Neff Ann her. his Parents L. Crooks Van CRmp Kirktand, with his son Barrirks. Thursday Lakes St., re- Petevson with Mr. and gues of Clar- Peterns mother at Larson Ann Wel- vi, siting until to Frederick Andrew Bautin of California. SP4HA, Hun- ter is stationed with the WAC division in Verdun France. The wedding will take place Atg. 7 .at Verdtm, France, Mrs. Barbara Vanderlin Patterso of this commu,rfity who is with her husband stationed in Mun- ich, Germany will attend the wedding. NEWS BRIEFS Tom Ehrgott, in the rmvy sta- tioned ,at Empire, Ore., +s h, ome visithrg family ad riends. He will ,also attend the graduation of his fdnacee, Virot, a Martin, from EWSC.  r arden Swings Community Church Bible Sclmol program will be ,held Thursday evening, June 24, .at 7:30 et the Garden Swings School. Everyone is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. J'ak Smith have moved to Ft. Lewis, where he will be em)loyed b the American Red Cross disas- ter corps. ,Mrs. Jean Yartin, Davies o Seattle is visiting her fa,mfly and friends ,arid,, also will at- tend the graduation of her sis- ter Viola. Robert Mims, son of Pastor and Mrs. Mires entertained sev- eral ,of his friends at his 12th birthday Party in ,his ltome on Friday evening. Mrs. Kadra Kelly and daagh- ter Corrine who have been vis- lung her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Cliff Rohrbach, Assembly Road, ave returning to West- over Air Force base to join hey husband w lo is being stationed there. Miss Theresa Lee Owen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glean Owen, won first prize for bring- ing the most people to church in a contest held ,at the Mar- shall Community Church. The- resa is granddaughter o,f Mr. and Mrs. John Vaderlin, Dor- set Road. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ats Schmidt and son Tony attend- ed the wedding of Mrs. called Schmidt's niece, Virginia No- wk to Robert HedIlund t Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church Saturday afternoon. Mr. ,and Mrs. HedJund are both graduates of EWSC. Ida!ho, Mr. and Virgil at Plum- East Cheney lle d on Friday. and Mrs. Medic.al or Mrs. nursing is about eyesight is from her Reynolds i Barbara By Anna Phillips GRANGE STARTS SUMMER RECESS East Cheney Grange met last Friday eve,rang with a seven and o'clock potluck supper, fames guests Emtman was ,elected to be- come a member by initiation. Emery Babb reportod on agri- culture and business lecturere, Mrs. Esther Stelzer read a Father's day poem. Jnes Blaekshaw :sang two sol ac- companied on the piano by Miss Ruth Blekshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Carl RudoLf, guests, gave highlights on the :stae grange convention. There were 19 at supper with Darrell Steher .arriving in time for dessert. Miss Deloris Stelzer will represent East Che- essie Sil- ney grange at the Spokane In- terstate Fair as "fairest f the fair." The granlge will recess until the first meeting in Sep- tember. A sister of Mrs. Emery Babb, ,Mrs. Eugene Schwingeer, and a niece of children of Jordan, Minn., were recent visitors of the Emery Spear and Babbs. They held a family re- at tmion at the home of their Par- The ents, Mr and Mrs. Oren Lam- families bert of Spokane. Preset;! were and did Emery Babb's family, Mrs. Eugene Schoingler and family, another sister, Mrs. Bill Byers mh. and family of Chesaw, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Babb and fmily, ---an and Reed Saario and Mrs. Mary Babb. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hampton and family spent Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Brewer last week at the Harry Hamp- traveled to the coast to visit ton ranch, E:rrie McKay was a with friends and relatives this Sunday din:mr guest of Mr. week. and Mrs. Hampton. Mrs. Ben Gerking entered Miss ary Babb arrived the hospital Monday to under- home la.st Saturday from the go surgery on Tuesday morn- 4-H eoferen:ce at Pullman. She won a scholarship award. Mr. and Mrs. Duane ttarring- ton and family of Lavsen Air Force Base, Moses Lake, spent from Thursday until Saturday eventing with Mr. and Mrs. Vern Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips and Johnny a, nld Mrs. Anna Phillips were Sunday visitors and admired the two Angus bulls that we.re dolivered to Mr. and Mrs. Hav- rington. :Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis made a trip to Aimira tast Sun- day where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Buddrius and two sons. New ArrivalMis Shanon Adell Bruce at De.aconess 'hos- pital Jme 7th. Parents are Mr. :: and Mrs. Lyle Bruce. Mrs. John : M. Babb has been helpin,g out at the Bruce home for a few clays. Mrs. Babb is a mother :of Mrs. Bruce. Span00!e News By Joanne Green BIBLE SCHOOL SESSION ENDS A very success,ful week of Bible school was concluded Sunday with a special program for the parents. There were 61 .students enrolled and 17 teach- ers and helpers. The superin- tendent was Grace Byers with Rex Rohwer a,ssistig. Teachers an their helpers were Joanne Green, Jan_ce Hall, Vivian Murphy, Coleen Crabtree, Pauline Krauel, Erma 5oh,ason, Ben Gerking, Marflyn Sievers, Girger Konshuk, Judy Cornmesser, Kathy Kmuel, Cindy Konshuk, Karen Bh,u- eft on, d Floy Harrington. Ruby Hart and Eiva Jones served refreshments each mornirg which were #urishe( by the parents. JOHNSONS VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Bu,rgess John son and family from Seattle[ have been visiting at the Jim[ Johrrson Imme the past week. [ BETH FLAIG--H-ORED '1 AT BIRTHDAY PARTY ] A 4-H group nade a tour of J the Centennial flour mil, lS in I Spokane last week. After the i tour they met t the Splichal i home for a surprise hday party 'for their 4-H leder, Beth Flag. She was given a prtale barbecue outfit. Tlos.e taking part were Mari- lyn Sievers, Judy Cornmesser, ayle Sehieche, Beverly Syver- son, Carol and Diane Splichal, Jnet ,and Sharon Piersl, An- nie McKinlay, Recki FlaiR, Rob- in Crabtree, Patty Johnson, and Mlinda DeGon. Visitors were Carolyn Sievers and Janet Schieche. Mothers driving the girh were Louise Stereos, Beth Fhig and Lama Schieche. the Ed Strock home. The Fos, inrg. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Mare- ters and Mrs. Strock visited at head of Stark, Mont.. ave visit- the Green home in the even- ing at the Gerking 'home this ing. [ week. Mr. and Mrs. Merly Lund- man and Man of Kirkland were Saturday evening dinner an overnight guests of the Claude Sehieches. Other guests at din- ner were Mrs. Marth, a Nielsen and Eb Baird, Judy and Jay. CAMPBELLS ENTERTAIN Mr. and Mrs. John, C:ampbel entertained in honor of Todd Turnner's fourth birthday Sun- day. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Olsen, Mr. ,nd Mrs. Buss Lamberton and Mrs. W S. Rumburd of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Turnaar, Nan, Stewart, and Todd of Lewiston and Mr. and Mrs. Art Byers, Mrs. Nettle Mill, Tammi Harp and Bonnie and Donnie Green, NEWS BRIEFS Visitors at the Art Byers and Hugh Hart homes this past week were their grandflfildren Nan ,, Stewart and Todd Turn- nor .and Debb{e nd Den Whit- her. The ,children were attend- ing Bible school. Miss Bonnie Green visited with Nan Turnner at the John Campbell home and Nan visit- ed ,at the Green home durin the past week. Mr. ,and Mrs. GorSon Cra(b- tree, Robin, Rene artd Donna were Sun,day guests at the Stetting Frichman hne Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Art Byers, Nan, Stewart and Todd were supper guests at the Harold Allen .home last Thursday eve- ning. Gene Grunewald and John Campbell enjoyed a trip into Cartada last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brush and three sons and Ronnie An-! derson from Seattle visited at the Grog AndeJon borne the past week. Mr. ,and Mrs. Verl Helmet jined Cory Helmet at the J,ack Rigsby home for dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster, Robin. Kimberly and Jimmy and Mr. and Mrs. Rinnie Green, Bonnie, Donnie and Lonnie were Sunday dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reflly, Beverly and Allen joined the family later in the evening. The Lundmans enjoyed lunch- eon with Mrs. Mart:ha Nielsen. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schie- che visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weigand, Gloria and Grog on Wednesday. The Weigands just recently moved into their new home. The Hubbard family .held its annual reunion at the Nat park Sunday. There were 50 mem- bers of the family there com- ing from Seattle, Pullman, Iw- iston, Coeur d'Alene, Spokane and Spangle. There are lots of different places to put your money, but there's no better place to save than Seattle-First National Bank. 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