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Page 4 lmney Free Press Mary B. Hubbard And Duncan Ross To Wed in Canada The Ray. and Mrs. H. W. Htrbbard ,of Che,ne nrmunce the engagement and forthcom- ing marriage of their daughter MaT7 Beatrice to Duncan Ed- win Ross .of Varmouver, B. C. Tle wedding will take place on July 30 at St. An,slemsi church, Vmcouver, where Mr. Hubbard was tudeat assistant foe two years While he was at seminary. l!amer Kleweno is co,fined an Deaconess hospital 'for treat- ment foLlowing a stroke. His sister came from the coast to be with him and his wife fr a few days. Do You Remember when? June 29, 1945 Miss Helen Hengen, 20, stu- dent pilot, succumbs in a Spo- kane hepi%al ater su:fferirg injuries in. a trai ng plane crash ,near Chester, Wash. Dr. O E. Johnson left Sun- day night for Seattle for a few days business trip. Chen, ey's Quick Quipper says Hither was sometMng of a pro- phet after aU. In 1937 he said Berlin would be completely rebuilt "m 20 years. The marriage of Richard Jor- dan of Amber and Miss Mad- elon Bait took pl'ace in the Methodist church at Cheney at 5 o'clock Sunday evening with Dr. H. J. Bass reading the vows for the candlelight ceremony. M. W. L. Rowles and Billy mi Betty arrived lmme Tues- day nght from Evanston, Ill., where they spent a month with ,her parents. Homemakers Brief When making fruit pies or obb|ers a slice of lemon baked right in with the fruit will "ac- centuate the positive" fruit flavor. Four red points for two potmds OF 'used ats will buy two-thirds of a potmd of sau- Friday, June 25, 1965 EXCHANGE WEDDING VOWS--Miss Eugenia Sue Sowers and William H. Rasmussen were united in marriage June 12 at 7:30 o'clock in the Lincoln Heights Cc.ngregational church in Spokane. Scrap Books Made By Rainbow Girls Judged in Spokane Six Eastern Star members were on the judging tem for the Rainbow Girls scrapbook contest, ,at the grand Assem- bly, held in Spokane Coliseum June 16-19 with a total at- ten4ance ef 4,000 girls from WasMngton aad Idaho. Mrs. A. B. Cutting was the chairman OF judges and others from ,here were Mrs. Harry I4am:pton, Mrs. E. A. Melville, Mrs. Fred Sooy, Mrs:. R. loos arid Eastern Star matrons of Spokane, making a team of 12. The 86 scrapbooks were dis- played in a parade afterwards by Rain, bow members in a g.rand march at the Friday eve- ning session,s. The mew grand worthy advisor is Sue Elen sav---enottgh foe a casserole dish iyc four p_e. . I)avis, EWSC girl trom IAnd, Prices at Gibson s Market: I'ho will serve as head of the Cream corn, 20 oz can (20[grated Assembl for one year. points 1 So; Yolo Peaches, 28 oz. | can (80 points) 29c; Carrots, 2] kA#rar4ifhC ([,r,, bunches 19 ............... ,,, /50th Anniversary GOLD MEDAL /At Oakesdale Sun. FLOUR. 10 Ibs. 981 number of Chancy friend,s and old neighbors went to Oakesdale on Surd,ay to attend TASTEWELL the goMen weddin recepti'o, hriuIrr hlll"lrrh for Mr. and Mrs. Hrry I. Mere- g[AllUl DuIIrK dith, formerly of Cheney. The __ Iaffmr was held in the Baptt Ik ; a' 9grlohureh in Oakesde Sunday J IU, J I ..... vl, afternoon, Jtme 20. Hosts were the three children of the Mere- GERBER'S STRAINED ths, Mrs. Vivhn Harvey, Chancy; Mrs. Bermce Lish of Baby F00d, 10/97 Utah, ,and Calvin Mere4ith OF Oregon ,and their families. H adling the guest regter [ were granddaughters Kathy SWANSON'S I Harvey and Tresa Mereth. 00VIMHMi:Dt AQt,[cutting the tiered wedd nn#mmluuutLl% --- "re'm% I cake made by Joan McMillan lot thane5 r were the daughters rtnn:rn4Am l ad relatives. Mrs. Elmer Con- -- ..... m m, , . I ley nd a number of the Oakes- [nartnm Immmlt I dale friends assisted d ,,,-- ==--. ,,v=o, I the afternoon. 1 Guests came from Seattle, 20 Ibx... .19 Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, Kel- , 1 )gg, Mma, Garmhi, Oakesdale ami Pullman. RADISHES AND I.- _-7- /*_..._ A.;.._. /L.amp r-nre Lnrts ILliI151111 VlllUII) / Hold Visitors,Day , /At Summer Camp 4 bunches . 2Sc "" " c p Swyo  /the mmner season  Week CUT-UP /with a special visitam day on rllvrhr IL ll'_/Stmday, Jmm 20. The boat ie,t i'KI[K,I .... In. :)(/from the city dock at Coe d- Alene ,at 2 p. m. to visit the camp. A mtmber of famines FRESH FILLETS 39( I,00rom] Ceney made fle trip. Red Snapper ib Spolane office unc- Mrs. Dummeier , es he office ,hours will be Eugenia Sue Sowers, Will iam Rasmussen Married June 12 Miss Eugerm Sue Sowers, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Wal- lace S. Sowers of Spokane, be- came the bride OF William H. Rasmussen June 12 ir the Lin- coln Heights Oongregatiorml Church in Spokane with the Rev. Frederick H. Haag read- ing the marriage vows. The bride were a long bouf- fant gown of white satin cov- ered with chantilly lace bodice anl illusion veiling skirt. A seed pearl ern held her fl- usion veil and she carried white orchids and steptangtis in ,a white basket. Mrs. R. J. Miller, sister of the bride, ws matron of hon- or. Bridesmaids were Miss Cathy Rasmussen, sister of the bridegroom, Miss RoHie Such- set and Miss Carol McDowell. They wore long pastel gowns with matching .broad brimaned i hats arid ea]r white l)akets of pink carn'atios and daisies. Lorelei Mueler was the f,ower girl and W.alh,ce W. Sowers was ringbearer. Can dlelighters were Michael J. Mueller and Steven Rasmus- :sen. Rick Cornmessex was the best man and ushers were Wal- lace E. Sowers, brother of the bnide, Charles Nealey, James Morasch, Rand, al Liddell and Joe lasmussen. Mrs. Walter Scbner was soloist and Miss Barbara Pae- per was organist. A reception was hem in the Mogomery hall of the church with the following assisting: Clri,s Ohoate, Jennifer Kunz, Mary Tbie, Sandy Taylor, Sandi Branson, Iaty Bretz, G,ioria Mutton and Pam Du- Bois. The couple will mke their home at Fairfield. Local Girls At Job's Daughters State Sessions The grand so'salons o.f Job's Daughters was held in Wenat- thee June 16 to 19 arid going n-om Choney bethel wcre the haored queen Anne Stahl- bc,rn with Ann Cordi, Jilt Lambert, Janet Miller, line of- ricers and Renee Philleo, Gy Swegle, Susan Miller, Linda Ray, gu,rdLaa Mrs. Jerri Lam- bert and Mrs. Ted Stahlborn. chaperones. Renee Philleo was appointed the grand bethel representa- tive to the state of Iova from Washington. Chancy bethel scored 90 per cent on their scrapbook in the contest. The queen, princesses, guide and marsha took part in introductiors on Thurs@ay evening vchen the grand mat- ron and grand patron, Mrs. Morris and Mr. Rogers were special guests from Eastern Star. Bowers at Wedding Of Niece June 18 Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower attended the wedding of their nephew Denny Lee Thoren to Glodene L. Hart at 3 p. m. Friday, June 13. The double ring ceremony was held in the Coulee Dam Community church. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length white taffeta gown with a shoulder length veil of illusion, hed by a sin- gle carnation. She carried a bouet of golde carnations. The three attend,ancs were attired alike in shrt length gowns of gold arid bronze with raatehing hats and carried gold carnations. They were Janet Conklin, maid of lonor, Betty Thevon and Barbara Lake, bridesmaids. Candle i,hters were Bob Thoren, brother of the groom, and Terry Thoren, a ,cousin. Best nn was Frank Palmevio; ushe were Cary ,ad Johnny Theren; flower grls, Deedee Thoren .and Gall @obette. A reception followed in the church parlors where Mrs. Bud Christinsor and daughter Koran cut and served the wed- dng cake. Mrs. Bower poured and Mrs. J. Steven :.served punch. Mrs. J. E. Mn- chester, great grandmother OF :the groom, of AI, was among the guests attending. HOLLADAYS HAVE SUNDAY GUESTS ,Mr. and Mrs. F.ank Paul of Spokane, parents OF Mrs. Lloyd Holladay, .and Mr. H,oaday's rnher of the Ceney rm'sig !hne were Smtay dinner guests for Father's day at the HoHaday home. Also present were the olladys' son-in-hw nd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gifting and son Dean f Spokane. Neighborhood Tea Honors Veo Smalls Mr. and Mrs. Veo Small were honored on their 49th wedding anniversary Tuesday aftern.oon with a neighborhood tea given by their daughter and grated- daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Hos- sore and Barbara. Flowers, cards and gifts were presented to the honored guests. Presidin,g at the tea table were Mis,s Frances Hus- ton, Mrs. Charles Hedtke and Mrs. Robert Lass. Mr. and Mrs. Small were united in marriage June 22, 1916 in a garden wedding at the summer borne of Mrs. Small's mother, Mrs. Henry Baces at Middle Haddam, Conn. I Frierds cme from New York, Bston, Main and other Ioea- tiors for the wed4ing. MRS. kEN SAYERS VISITING PARENTS Mrs. Len S ayers (Linda Rog- ers) a,rd daughter Ma:rie are visiting her folks, the Paul Rogers for two weeks. Her hus- hand has been transferred from Kimball, Nab., to Seattle for ,a few months .of training. He is an electroqic technician with Booings. CORRECTION A story in last week's Free Press concerning the Cheney American Legion's annual pop- py sale receipts contained some errors. The total received was $157.65 which was higher than usual. Smallpox vaccine will not be given until October. Also, rm charges will be mode from now on for ,all shots. Royal Neighbors Plan July Picnic Royal Neighbor lodge met in the Legion hall on Mon- day. June 21. Mrs. Betty Hale, oracle, presided for reports and ballot. It was voted to hold a picnic meeting in July and to make the semi-annual audit of the records. In August a summer recess will be observ- ed with the oracle and record- er authorized to care for the ]00nnou financial reports The members College Inn for a after the meeting. JACK CRABBS 2 WEEK CAR Mr. and Mrs. and seven station wagon Sunday to visit hi one of the states. They gone for two Of New Business Hours In order to render better service to our Service Department will be open from 8 to 1 12:30 to 4:30 p. m. Parts Department will be a. m. to 5 p. m. We have added personnel in the service de body shop. Mr. Farmer: We will give special attention to all farm made ready for harvest. Ratcliffe Ford Phone 235-6238 WO0'S SAHARA BEST Specializes in the Finest Chinese & American Food Woo's Special ' Combination Dinner Pork chow mein, sweet & sour spare ribs, steamed rice $1.15 Egg Foo Young, sweet & sours, pork chow mein, rice $1.30 MENU AIRWAY HEIGHTS, north side of Highway only 10 north of Cheney. For reservations or orders to go phone CH Open Everyday, 11 a. m. to 12 p. m. 408 1st Street, Cheney, Wash. Phone 235-6312 Before Recess Held IVhrtha chaoter OES will h)ld a regular meeting on Monday evening, June 28, in the Masonic temple. Worthy Matron Mildred Van Brunt and Patron John Van Brtm, who were .delegates to grand chapter, will give their reports, routine business will be tran- sacted ,arid pl.ans considered for the official visit of the grand worthy matron here on Sept. 13. The chapter will then adjourn for the July and Aug- ust summer recess. DICK ROOS BETTER Dick Roos, who suffered a coronary ,attack about two weeks ago, is recovering satis- factoily and hopes to be able to receive visitors within a week or 10 days. btsiness meetirg. She also re- ported as voting delegate on the' State PEO convention held in Paseo last week. Other mem- bers going from Cheney were Mrs. Mark lateiffe,l a past state president, Mrs. Ken- ne Kennedy and Mrs. John Paulson. PLENTY OF PARKING OPEN 9 TO 9 from 8:30 a. m. to 4:30 Mo Hostess for PEO ARMOUR'S STAR 4-8 LB. [ day throu,gh Fday during The PEO Chapter met at the summer ] ..... ...... home of Mrs. Edwir D ummea. I vre ,ooara .... o amewors o I er on the Lance Hill road Wd-e ] Camp Fre.orgamzatzon m .SJnesday" Amistig luncheon l lane district will hld a din-l hostess was Mrs W{Him Taz, nor meeting Jul 19 at Camp som Twenty mem/rs* ;,:7: Sweyohkan. present ...... Mrs Willi,am IAod lowes, Smoked Picnics lb. ..... 35cl Last Star Session vice president, presided at the SMITH JEWELERS Items formerly $5.66 tax incl ......... NOW $2.58 tax incl. Items formerly $2.28 tax incl ....... NOW $1.04 tax incl. Items formerly $1.14 tax incl ............. NOW 52c tax incl. Sale Starts 9:00 a. m. Monday, June 28 Fami ly Gathering At Rogers Home Mr. and M. Pauls NO MORE FEDERAL T held a, fmily gathering on Father day honorirg Paul's " father John Rogers of Spokane. A11 brother ,-,ard sisters of Ms. John Rogers were present am1 dveaal theirand t-ildren,great glmdc .'.gracl" We' re celebrating with a big sale. except Mr. a Mrs. est b Sheets and dalghter of OMffor. ma. The occasion aso ws the Dou le Savings For You 30h aniversry OF Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Becker OF Laont. Mrs. Backer is the ormer Max- ine Rogers About 30 perns were present. Off On All Costume Jewelry Fried prawns, pork chow Sours, fried rice $1.45 Deluxe Family Dinner (2 r Soup, egg roll, Bar-B-Cue mein, sweet & sours, almond rice, $1.85 and $2.50 per HOORAY! HOORAY! HOORAY!