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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, June 26, 1964 PAMELLA DIEHN WEDS---Pamella Diehn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leighton A Diehn of Spokane, was married May 30 to Michael M. McAtee, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McAtee of San Francisco. They are making their home here while both attend Eastern Washington State College. PAMELA DIEHN, MICHAEL McATEE EXCHANGE WEDDING VOWS MAY 30 " IN DOUBLE RING CEREMONY bIichael M. McAtee a.ad Pam- elh Diehn, dmrghter of Mr. and Mrs. Leighton A. Diehn of Spokane ad Tacoma, were tmJted in marriage lay 32 n t h e Plymouth Lutheran church ,at Spokane. The canOe- tight, double ring cerenumT was performed by Rev. WaM9 M. Rist. The bride, given in mriage by her ther, ware a white hdle over satin oor-length Legion Auxiliary Holds Last Meeting Until Next Fall The American Legion aux- ry heki its last meehng of the sea:son last week, with Mrs. Ernest Harr, presideta, conu',thg. Ms. Carl Henri- ricks reported that the month- ly child immun.ization cRAes had 306 in attendxme, which inuded 12 ad,s to recedrce 'sbots." The clinics w'tl con- tinue through the summer months every rough Morchy at 9a. m. Mrs. Virgira Corbit report- ed on .her attendance at the eighth diStTivt corderonce in May at lzvile arm on accom- panying the Girl's State. selec- tion, E(rm Cheerers, to an of- ternoon tea at Spokane Fin,al reports were nmde on the anmral poppy sale ,and o stab(frog cmmittees. I'nstala- tion of new officers will be held at the September meet- in.g, following summer recess Refxeshments were served by Mrs. Jack Mill. CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN The Clristian church will have as guest rrinster on Sun- dy Rev. Dvtbert FARott, who recently returned fam the Lexington, Ky., SChool of the Birbl'e. He" will begin his min- is-y in July. The Women's Fel)shi of the church will ,neet Thursday afternoon, with the missionary u,m. in clarge. METHODIST The Methodist church board of die, ors held their month- ly mee'.tn Tnexdy evergng wih the new er, Rev. Howard Pitts. New officers elected were Mehrin Jones, chairman; A]2red lhips, co- chairman; Grace Okm, staom, secretary, d Mes. M. S. Jns, treatler. BAPTIST A church beautification pro- gram was held SattrrSay a the Cheney Bpti.st elmmh. Flmv- gown. The tong eeved, boat n, eekline bodice as attached to a bell shald skirt, and the clmpel train; attached to the shoulders was of the tulle. Her full bouffant veil was t- tached to a pearl and shell crown. Sloe cried a cascade bouquet of pin& roses and ste- pl .otis, ceded with a white ,orChid. A pearl necklace was somethirg borrowed. Best man was Michael Wise- carver. Ushers were Wiiam Cliff and Roger Miner. The maid of boner, Nancy Freeman, wre a Uhoath 4ress of pink crepe, with ful sleeves of pink georgette. Three pink roes foned thd heatpiece with a stuN! cascad- ing veil. She carried a giant white Esther reed daisy. Miss Carol Montagtm and Miss Judy Snyder, attendants, wove iden- tical en'sembles us the maid of boner. lhllis Griffin, organist, also accompanied {he soloist, Mary L. Kouse, who sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "All My Love." The bride's bother, Im'ry Dielm, was candletignt- er. The church yeas decorated in baskets of pink daisies arm whi,e gla.li..Mrs. Dielm wore a henar 1,ace st .with vthite hat .and silver purse. The groom is the son of the late Mr, and Mrs. W. M. Mc- Atee of San Francisco. Both bride .and groom axe students at EWSC and ave makig their home in Cheney at the Van Brt apartme A recei.ion 1wed in tehe clmrch with Miss IAna Pas- sentira cutting the cake; Miss Jeann.*e Burgm.a1:& urmg cof- fee, .and Miss Mggie Md!e serwng punch. At the guest book was Mrs. W. Rist. Wom- en's society of Glorh Day Lu- therans was in charge of a re- ception and dinner Which ws held that evening at the Lib- erty Lake home of Mr. ad Mrs. William Cliff. The couple returned .to Cleney this weak after a honeymoor in San Francisco. CLUB NEWS DWYC club of Rehekah loge met at the home of Mrs. Milo Ball Wednesday. Mrs. Sial Larson, nble grarM, emain- ed for d4nner and attended lodge that evening. Mrs. Howard Buob and Mrs. James Ashley were s for RNC Club which met at the home of Mrs. Buob June 18. Many varieties of iris were ad- mired and for rol call each Departing Trio Feted At Luncheon By Beta Sigma Phi Members of Beta Sigma Phi lonered three members wih a luncheon June 13 in Spokane. Honored were: Mrs. Rbert B. Smith, who vdth her family is movin to Seattle for a year vd-le her husband, a WSC faculty member, is on a sabbatical leave for sttrdy at the Univer- sity of Whington. Mrs. Rielmrd Langton, who wit her family will join Dr. Langton. in 'Tacoma ,later ehis summer. Dr. Langton, former superintendent of: e Cheney School Distct, has begun .his duties a dean of Students at P,-eLfic. Lutheran Univeaty. Mrs. Dan-el B. Irvin, who with her faznily leaves July 1 for Seattle to join, ,her Imshand Maj. Irvin, to travel .to Ft. Leavenwothr, Kan. Maj. Irvin wi attend COMMAND renewal staff .school there for one year. The chapter presented col sag and a gift to each !hon- oree. Mrs. MerrRt Johnson and Mrs. Bill Kidd were in charge of aangemerts. The :annual couples' Icnic will be held Aug. 1 at the Wilt-1 tams Lake summer lmme of l Mrs. Ted Stahlbern. TILICUM NEWS Members and families took pa in the twiIht tour of the farm-of the Arthur Halversons, who we.re selected s conserva- tion farmers or 1964 Tuesday evemng. Twenty,one toured wih Jerald Betz, ." an of :Southwest Spokane Soil and Water Conservation District, and Halversen. i Tilicum club lmlds an ac- i tive coltservation grogram each year arid in May was given first place in the state Federa- tion of Womens Clubs' canser- vation projects at Seattle. JOURNALISM SCHOLARSHIP Michael Steward, a graduate of Mark Morris ,lgh sh, ool at Longview, ws n,amed recip- ient of the $1,400 scholarship of the Atfied Daily Newspapers of Washington to study jour. ralism at the School of C'om- munieations. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Stew- ard, former Chermy residents, ef 1416 Third Ave., Longview. LODGE N EWS Among Cheney members of IOOF and Rebekah ldges who attended the gmd sessims in Spokane were Mr. an*d Mrs. Ernest Mc :Milan, Mr. ad Mrs. Miio Ba, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer er bord'ers were pated by the ,group. larts r further improvemen include exten- sive landscaping, a play ground far ,the cMlden and a reek a, ad cemert tiered flwer pkm- ter. A new church sign was erected at 3rd 'and Ash, two blocks from the Church. The next cu, rch work ,day will be two weeks. The church recently ,held the election of new officers. They are: Mrs. Iva Joyner, treasurer; Mrs. Beriece Berg- loft, clerk; John Marietta, see. ra of Su, nday school, and Mrs. Ira Clmmpe, Bible school principal. Another general meeting will be held in tvo to for Bible member chase the ones she Tiedt, M_r,. and M. Sid Lar- would like to have. It was act- son and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan ed in "Gleaners" that the Kerr. club.hd dec}ded to invite the Mr. attd rs. Harold Pen- county .homemakers council to]dell, patron .nd matron of have i Achievement Day lunch- [ Martha dlapter 0F, S, are grand con .at Cheney City  in[chapter delegutes of the local 1965: The council will not [chapter this weekend in, Seat- meet aga, until Septenbr.  fie. It was decided not to partici- pate  year in the "Hands I,  ............. Across the Border" picnic I wrIITINI:Ks To ove which will he in a pk 12 I TO NEW HOME miles beyond NeNon, B. C. In-I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Whiting- stead, the regular picnic wtll Jer and family are moving to be July 16, at 1 o clck at Sut- their new home at 616 West ton Park with husbards invit- Third July 1. Their present ed. It will be strictly potluck ]home, the G. W. Walhce house with the club ftamiing ice Ion Frith street, wil be occu- cream. All members should I Pied Augtt 1 by Dr. Grant try to ,attend as there is rm I Thorrms, new faculty member in unless at and of Su- CURTIS HOLLI DAY !WEDS MISS McGEE Miss Sandra Darlene McGee, daughter of Mr. ad Mrs. Har- ry C. McGee and Curtis Troy tioliictay were united in ma- riage Friday, June 9, in the Spokane Valley Methodist cimrch at Dishman. The bridegroom is the son o.f Mr. and Mrs. Homer Holli- day (Alice SoW) of Deer Park nd grands,on of Mr. and Mrs. Kirby So,oy. Others atterding the wed- ding from here were Mr. and Mrs. Kent SoW and Caro,l, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sooy, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Corditl and Iay, An and Nels Jr. and Mrs. Ivy Cordill. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Sooy Jr. from Port Town,send and Mr. and Mrs. Glerm Lundberg nd Linda from Tacoma attended the wedding and spent the weekend here wilh their par- ents. The Kirby Soey Jrs. are spollding this week with his sister, Mrs. HoRiday ,and fam- iiy at Deer Park. CHENEY PASTOR ARRIVES HOME The Rev. Delbert Eliott, a graduate ,of Coqlege of the Bi- ble at Lexington, Ky., and a former student at EWSC, wilt assume duties as pastor of the Jefferson Street hristan church in Spokane Ju,ly 5. Rev. Elliott is the sn of Mr and Mrs. Harry Reitmeier of Che- I ney, where he grew up. He is [married to the former Audrey IWilbur and they have three [ chi. en. Both attended the North- l west Chrigtian College. They arrived ths week from Ken- tueky ,and are visiting ,his par- er, ts in Cheney a,nd her par- ents in Spokane. PEO MEMBERS HEAR REPORTS The regular meeting of P.- E. O. yeas [held at the home of Mrs. William Newsom Wednes- day with Mrs:. W" ,.flam Wilkes- son as assisting hostess. Miss Cheryl Havtung of Ro- saHa and ,her mother of Rosa- lla were guests. Miss Iartug gave an interesg program on her year at Cottey colge. She was  the past year by the Cheney P. E. O. Mrs. Nol Brown, chapter I preSident, e a view of the P E. O. corvetion which she attended at Belingm last week. MRS. SAMONS HONORED Mrs. Mel Samons was o. ored ,at a eofee [tour Monday ming 'at the home of Mrs. Avchie Horafelt. Women teach- ers from Suaaset school were guests. Mr.  and Mrs. Smrmr, s are moving to Colvflle. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. ,and Mrs. W'axn G, ,er arid children from Seattle at- made a party of five genera- ti:ons present for he reum,on. Mrs. De,mar Harris, Van- couver, is spending the sum- mer in Che,niey with her lar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lane. I,ane, who suffered a broken hip recently, is home recup- erating. Katherine Naeg, who was killed in an auto accident l, ast week near Plummet, Idaho, is the daughter of Mrs. Jacob Stare .and the late Mr. Stare of Cheney. A sister, Mrs. Amy (Melvin) Ludwig of ,Spokane, formerly of Cheney, survives. Adolphe Smith, s.uperint)nd- ent of the Green Construction Co., underwent an appendec- temy in Kalispell, Mont., this week. He is located near there dtwmg the summer mon,hs. he Smiths lave been near nmch of the flooded area. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Matney entertained as guests hst week their daughter, Mrs. Mil- died Barr, of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broeling and two chdidren, Port Townsend, and Pm Barr. Saturday a picnic outing was hetd ,on the Matney farm at Laurier, Wash. Mrs. Martha Cohagen Elliott, Eugene, Ore., spent a few Says this week in Cheney as a guest of Miss Florence Rue. Mrs. E1- liott, a former residen,t of C;he- hey, will visit in Harrington, Spokane and Sea, ttle before re- turning home on July 1. Mr. and Mrs. John Ditton en- tertained as weekend guests their daughter, Mrs. Lyle More- 'house .and family ,of Renton, and Mrs. Betty Ditton, Heemis- ton, Ore. Guests during the week were Mrs. Leroy Ditton and children from The Dalles, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weigand and Janet of V/alia W alh spen, t the weekend with Mrs. James Shindler ,and the W. E. Betz family be,fore being trans- ferred to Sate. Mr. mad Mrs. K. Bryce of Ketehikan spent Tues@ay with Mrs. Bryce's aunt, Mrs. James Shindler. That evening they were guests .of the W. E. Betz family at Willimns Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scluraf iretuvned Monday from a trip to Roseburg, Ore., where they were guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. tI. G. Reynolds. They also vis. ited in CalJfmmia. .Mx. and Mrs. Ed Dales have returned from a 2% month trip, durirg which they cov- ered 8,500 miles. They visited their son, Lt. Col. R. E. Dales, in Charleston, S. C., md at- tir ,grandson s school gradaution. En route to South Carolina they. visited vetives in North Dakota, Min- neapoIis and Wise(rosin. On Jue 1 they started North, driving up the 'Eastern Coast to visit a cousin in Bridgeport, Corm. They also spent several d]s in Ottaway, Oa,da, wth relatives. They returned throu.gh Banff, Lake Louise and by Cotflee Dam. CHENEYITE COMMISSIONED--Howard S. Mrs. W. S. Roberts of Cheney, commissioned as an lieutenant, has his bars pinned on by his mother. missioned in the Army and Intelligence Branch Reserve Officers Training Corps program at Eastern ton State College, was also awarded a bachelor of He is a 1960 graduate of Cheney High School. port to Fort Holabird, Md., Aug. 10 for training. Marshall News By Carol Yates SON IS HOME A1 Chase is visiting .at home for .a short while. Sayirg with him is Ed We bbev of Seattle. RELATIVES TO ATTENO WEDDING Visiting the Reetz home for the wedding c,f Dermis Reetz ,are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bvmvcr and Mrs. Rich;orals of Rent on. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Greene. Debby and Gregg, accompan- ied by Miss Freda Ga'egerson o Spokane, spent the week- end in Kent with Mr. a,rd Mrs. Glerm Boyes and children. Debby will be staying wRh the Boyes fami,ty for a week. She wi return home with Mr. Glenn Byes. . Diane Mackey  d,aghter Lisa metered to Astodta, Ore.. for ,a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Honcheriko. 1964 TOP POP Virg'fl Yates was chos,e,n as the 1964 'Top Pop" of the In- lard Empire. His son, Warren, wote the prize winrArg let- ter. They were horrored at a luncheon Friday in the Dav- enoort Hotel Y, ates was awarded a .new sports coat, a camera set and a new suit. Sunday he was ,aarded a grit certificate for ,a new Bible by the Marshall C:mmurrity chu,rvh. Yates and Warren were guests at the Spokane-San Diego bl,l ame Su,nday. The word quack, as it is used today, is an bhrevi,alin for the earlier form, qlmck- -4alver. Using the cat of the dnck to denote ignorant chat- ter and boasting, the word "salvex"--to slve or heal-- was aded. Thus, quacksalver ASPIRIN O. Is it true that causes interual A. A small, perhaps cant, number of trouble after taking This drug . . . drug . . . stomach irritation in sons, and the be accompanied sometimes in large However, the vast of people apparentl] normal amounts without difficulty. ATHLETIC A MYTH Q. What is an heart? A. There isn't such according to most Medical opinion med up like are more important of heart disease than strenuous exercise age a normal heart;  "athletic" heart dropped because it a condition that does not exist, Your telephone est ilne to pick up Send Medical Questian e/o Cheney Free pre. BE W.H. Wes The KefauveIarris Amend- mens to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, passed ,by Congress in 1962, requires rived in Cheney this week to that the sponsor of a new spend the summer. He is a dug prove that it is effective teacher in the scheois there, as well ,as safe before 'he can Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Havr d'itribute it commerciahly. spent Sun, day in, Spokane to celebrate Fathers Day wih their son, Keith Harr. Mr. and Mrs. John Banks entertained their grandsons, David arid Steven Banks of Spokane Friday as  day guests. On Sunday their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ban,ks mad Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bartlett. Mrs. W. J. Carr spent the weekend as a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Earl Peterson, in Opportunity. Mrs. John Louthan and her mother, Mrs. Clara Gray, spent several days over the weekend in Portand. They ateflded the Rose Festival there, and were guests of a sistex, Mrs. Joe Sehweigert. , Ms. Etta Presnll entertain- ed as a Frklay guest rom Lind, her 'brother, Delbert Pece. Joining them for luncheon were Mrs. Goldie "Binder, Pert- land, and Tom Presneli. Mr: and Mrs. Ted Frem spent the weekend on the Cast wi her sisters, Mrs. Lester Moore, Mrs. F_;d arner. On Sunday they were o i_ng Beach at Greys Harbor or came to mean one who makes noi, sy pretenton to a medical skil for profit nd prestige. Classified advertising at a small cost. china .gging and fishg. While mere they were to visit Jack Garner and .attend the Eastern Star Grand chapter yesterday through tomorrow. Mr. nd Mrs. Chi Betz had as guests last week their daughter, Mm. Joe Cobb, San Belma.din, Calif. A family picnic din,ner was held at the Spokane '[mine of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Ellis. Dr. arid Mrs. Obed WiRiam- son accompanied their daugh- ter, Arran, to Camp Fire Gir camp on Lake Coeuv d'Alene for the pre-seasan vi"tation to 0amp Sweyoakan. Mrs. Jim Wills entearine cn Friday Mrs. J. A. Joqns(m Mrs. Harry Mosma and M Don Helm. Mr. and M_rs. Tom Matney ert to Yakima Surday to visit his mother. They took their danghter, Mrs. Mildred Bavr and her daughters, Pam Barr, Mr. and Fred i Ford Dealer Hot Year Trading Rally! New Ford Mustang... sportiest buy of the year! The hot line this year is the long Ford line! And the number in the line is Mustang--a runaway night! On top of that we've got the sizzling tracl our big Fords to celebrate. 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