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JAMES H, BAIR TAKES AS HIS BRIDE MISS CHRISTOPHER JONES OF TACOMA Jmes B. Bait took us his bride Miss Christopher M. Jones on Sunday, June 20, in tim Tacoma Mason Metlmdist chttrch in a floral setting of blue and white suborner flow- ews .accented with satin stream- ers. Rev. John Soitman per- formed the double ring cere- ninny in the presence of 52 guests. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a ftoar- leah gown of w&apos;hite imported sitk organza ,over taffeta, em- twoidered with pearls and ohantilly lace insets, fasted with a sweeping Watteau panel train. A cluster of lace *held the musion net veil 'and she caxed a cascade .of white ros- es set in stephanotis and green fern. styled in Empire fashion with matching veiled lats. They car- ried cascades .of white carna- tits accented with blue satin ribbons. Alison Jones, cousin of the bride, was fl, over girl. Max Jensen of RcMa:nd was the best man. Ushering were Start Burkhter, Bill Jones, Wit1 Maupin arid Jim Beard, fraternity brothers of the m. ghers' Gowns Described The bride's mother wore a beige three piece suit w,ih yel- low corsage, the groom s m)th- or, Mrs. Everett Bait of Che- hey, ware rose colored lace 4res with matchin accessor- ies and pink corsage. Bo young people are rad- uates of WSU at Pullman, the bride a graduate of Wilson lfigh school, is the daughter eli Mr. and Mrs. John A. Jones, Tacoma. The groom graduated from Cheney high school and is a teacher and coach in Mamys- vil, le Junior high school. The couple have returned from a ,lmneymoon trip to San Fran- cisco. Mrs. B will attend EWSC while the groom serves as life guard at the Cheney swimming pool. They will re- turn to Marysville to teach in the fall. A re ceptior (,oil,owed the cere- mony in the church with Mrs. Richard Jordan ad daughter Jo Ellen ,of Gheney serving, as- sisted by the bride's relatives, mrs. John English, Mrs. Ro. Olson, Mrs. Tic Holm and the Sisters Attendants Misses Mikel Brelm, Louise M Pamela Jones and Mrs., Schuttz, Mellssa Jones, Debor- Richard Tucker were maid o]ah Jones, Marian Allen and tmor and matron of .heor for Mrs. Sban Buckholtz and Mrs their sister. Bridesmaids were I Jack Allen. Miss Jeanette Eriekson, Miss I _ Jennifer Jordan and s r Dale ] M < a ..... D__,. Arm Murtiad, all attired alike I . ..,. 01Ja, tod.. in or-length blue organza, From Month s Trip Sandra Reitmeier Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Osc K. Reit- meer of Route 1, Cheney, an- notmce the engagement and eortheaming marriage o their da,hter, Miss Salra Rose Reitmeier, to Stephen Green- wo0d, so of Mr. mid .Mrs. Dar- G, Pasco. A weddg is be'rag phned for July 31, in the COmmtmty Chmx in Medial Lake. The Rev. Charies Ballups will of(l- obate. A reception will follow at 111  Da(ld St., in Medi- ca Lake. Miss Reitmeier  a graduate of Medical Lake High Selml md is attendg Eastern Wash- ington State College, where she is a member of Kappa Theta Chi, wnen's ,sorority. Greenwood, a Pasco High Scltl gmdmte, is also a stu- dent at Eastern Washington State CoRege. He .is a member of Epsan Sigma FraternRy. For Sale 1965 Ford Galaxie 2-door Hardtop Like New . . . Extras $2845.00 Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jones ar- rived home from a month's va- cation trip to California, where they visited with their son, Mr..and Mrs. Lester Jones and three children at Clamemmt. En route they toured Yo- semite park, and Grand Oan- yon, Zion, Bryce parks, Utah, and Glen Canyon ,at Page, Ariz. They visited in Peaoenix with Mrs. M. R. Slaveus and Ms. Dorothy Reed and spent a day at Scotsdale. The 5onses re- turned home by way of Port- lrd to visit their daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Rainwater and fam- ily. F. L. iRateffe, Jr. The chil: den of the elementary sclmois will attend the church from 9:30 to 11:30 in the morning and tlmse .of the juoAar high and the high sclmol from 7:30 t,o 9 I). m. The P,e. Php L. Eisen- bauer coinues his medita- tions 'at the 9:30 SimOny mon- irg service on "Questions Chil- dren Ask." The question for Sunflay. July 4, is "Is There a Devil?" and the topic for the adult sermon is "The Person- ification of Evil." 1,ast meeting until September. RNC Club Enjoys Program Put On By 4-H Girls June 17 Mrs. Osborne Belsby enter- tained the RNC club in her home on Thursday, June 17. Guests were Mrs. Howard Marsh and six of her 4-H girls who gave demonstrations. Conaie Best demonstrated "Grains for 4-H Calves;" Glen- na Best, "How to Make a Meat Loaf;" Jll Dahl, "How I Made My 4-H Apron;" Shirley Hart- ley, "Arrangeme o Sewing Box and Making a Pin Cuion and Scarf;" Jo EUen Jordan, Phone 235-6579 jy zp RECESSES UNTIL At Portland Saturday, NEXT SEPTEMBER M Linda I-Io,ugham, former resident of Cheney and daugh- At the Martha chapter OES ter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne meeting on Monday, June 28, Hougham (Dorothy Garr), and in the Masonic temple, reports Keih Riehey were united in were made of grand chapter marriage ,at 2 Saturday, which was held in Tacoma hst p.m. June 26, in the Cedarwood cha- week. Mr. :and Mrs. John Van pe 1 at Portland in a double Brunt, matron and patron, were delegates, ring ceremony, in ,a garden set- ting of white, orchid and blue The grand chapter wfl,1 be flowers. held in Spokane in June Given in mamage b her next year. Business was con, father, the bride wore a long ducted and reports heard and gown of night-light satin and plans made for an August pic- chantiy lace, fashioned with ni.c with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pendell clmirmen, a Chapel train. Her sihouldel, length veil was attached to a Details of the grand nt- floral medaRion of lace ,and ron's ,official visit were discus, orchids. She carried a bridal sed and committees appointed bouquet ,of white roses center- far the potluck dirmer preeed- ed with pink orchids. irg the meeting o Sept. 13, Attendants" Dresses Described also for a reception to folmv. The maid of .honor and two S paxtgie chapter will be c bridesmaids were attired ake host and the Worthy Matron, Magna Scott of Slaangle, in waltz length dresses of grad- hel, ped formulate the ptans, uate shades .of pink, pale blue and orchid, with t, he stun'l,1 The Emma P. Chadwick nurs- flower girl wearing the same. ing home, a project (f the grand chapter, was reported on as to patients znd completion ROBERT HAMPTON JOINS of the building. This was the AMERICAN ANGUS GROUP I"Making .a Dirmer Salad," and r'H' IDr ,lCX^/c  SaLly Lucas. "Macaroni Sahd." , ,,, \\;,,..     t. v v o ] Each .step ,of procedure was ex- UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST[ plained .and each project ws . weu presemed for which the The Umted Church of Christ] iris will et .extra "" of Cheney wBl ihold its Vaea-[g ( g .. credit as study of the Bible July 6 to 15, omea under the directorship of Mrs. The business meeting was conducted by the vice presi- dent, Mrs. Ehner Tiedt, m the ,absen'ee of the president. The .main btsiness was phnin the Jy meeting which wi be a noon picnic in Sutton txavk on Thursday, Jy 15. This will ,be potluck arid is fr CHRISTIAN The Christian church 'brd of .directors will Imld the montMy meeting on July 6 at 7:30 p. ,m. in the church. The Men's Feowship. and the Women's FeHowstfip are :observing the vcation with no meetings in July anal August. Roy. and Mrs. Don Ross will be at Zephyr lodge on Liberty take July 5-10 to teach in the Chi lho jumar high sco0 group. Chit4ren attend from all over the district and David Bartlet of the Cheney chtrch wiI1 go with them for that per- iod. Slmen GallOway is spending this week as a guest of ,her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. earl Tackett at Lberty hke. What makes an ep00lept,c. Whet makes a person an epileptic? As yet, no one reeIly knows. Fifty years ego, the epileptic wa= burden both to himself and to his family. But today, a drug that costs no more than 5 or 10= a day makes the average epi- leptic a fully productive, self-supporting citizen. This drug is just one of the thousands that prove that... Today's Prescription is the Biggest Bargain in History Cheney Drug 410 First Street, Cheney KLAUDT INDIAN FAMILY -- GOSPEL SINGERS TO BE FEATURED Tues., July 6 - 7:30 p. m. members and their families as well s any guests they wish to invite. Several RNC members vis-i ited the Four Lakes Hub club on Thursday. June 24, at 10 a. m. The craft to be present- cd was tissue paper roses. M rs. J. W:00Hodge And Betzes Visit The Donald Hodges Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Betz, Peggy Sue, Jim and Franklin and Mr. arm Mrs. Jack Weigand and Janet of Mercer Island were dirmer guests 3une 19 at Madeira, C.. of Mr. :nd Mrs. Donald Hedge, Woody and Jim and Mrs. J. W. Hedge of Cheney. Mrs. ttodge ,hnd fown down the Tuesy be- fore to spend a week with her son .and fanly. A decorated birthday cake in hen, or of Jan- et Wegand's 11th birthday was served. On Sun,day, Father's day, everyone enjoyed a trip through Yosemite park and dinner ,at the Yecnite Vilttge restaurant. .Mr. Hedge is manager of the J. C. Penney store in aderia. JOB,0000- LAST SESSION Bethel 17 .of Job's I)a,uhters ,held the final meeting of the seor lt week with Queen 'Anne Staborn presiding. Re- ports were made on the grand bethel sessions hekt in Wenat. thee recently. Plans were dis. cussed far summer activities and ,a picnic was ,set for Juay at Witli,ams lake'. GRANDMOTHERS MET JUNE 24TH The Grandmothers club mel Thursday, Jtme 24 at the home of Mrs. Kirl)y Sony. Pas were made for a 3uly picnic in Sutton pk. A soei ,hera- with dessert was held and a brief business meeting. IOOF AND REBEKAHS PLAN JULY 25 PICNIC The IOOF and Rebekah Lodges are ,at rece for the summer but have phnned for a amity picnic on July 25 at Sutton park. RUBIO ON HONOR ROLL AT GONZAGA Mchael A. Ruble of Cheney was among the 82 WaShington state students who attained i honor roll standing for the spring semester. Guy Leach, tong time Che- hey resident, has returned to the veterans hospital in Spo- kane for further treatment. Isabelle Powell, former Che- ney resident, underwent major surgery 'at Deaconess hospital last Friday. at CHENEY COMMUNITY CHURCH 1307 THIRD ST., CHENEY Robert J. Hampton, Cheney, has been elected to member- ship in the American Angus association at St. Joseph, Me., announces Glen Bratcher, sec- retary. There were 385 member- Ships issued to breeders of registered Aberdeen-Angus in the United States during the past month. ATTEND GUN SHOW Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Frost at- tend an antique gun show at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Sxtur- day. The show featured other items, such as old coins, glass- ware, and many small antiques. some people .came from 1,000 miles to participate. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. Esther Madison is spending the summer here at- terdirtg EWSC summer ses- sions, staying at the home of 'her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kleweno. Ehner is coined in the Spokane os, pital, and recovering Slowly. Mr. ,and Mrs. Milhrd Hale entertained :as Thursday, June 24, luncheon guests Mrs. Ed Kemnitz and in the afternoon their callers were Mrs. John Chestnut and Donna of Sprague. Mr. ,and Mrs. J. R. Patterson from Coneord, Calif., were weekend guests of Mr. arm Mrs. MiH ard HMe and family. On Sun0ay they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. C]arence Ross 'and Harry Ross of Spokane, Mr. 'and Mrs. Tom Ross of St. Jon. Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Rss and chiMrem of Olmney urd Mr. arid Mrs. J. W. Bayl, ar of Inchelium. Mr. and Mrs. Mile B en- tertained as Sunday guests 'her sister, Mrs. Pauline Hovel of Tekoa and Mr. and Mrs. Mil)i Ban, Jr., and three sons of Spokane. lr. and Mrs. John Gibson and son Steven spet hst week on a vacation trip in Canada. Mrs. Kenneth Galloway spent two days this week in Pulhnan atending the courses ar sehool cooks and assistants. She is on the Betz sehvol cook- ing staff. Dr. and Mrs. Karl Klein from Austin, Texas, arc'red hst week to spend the summer in Cheney. He ts on the EWSC June 26th Their bouquet were of match- ing summer flowers. The bride's mother, Mrs. Wayne Hongham of Coeur d'- Alene, wore a pink beige two- piece ensemble with a pink hat ,and the groom's mother wore a two-piece blue dress with white hat, and both had pi,nk corsages. Reception Outdoors The bride's .two gvandmoth- GOES TO DETROIT RELATIVES Vl Leon E. Whitingev, director Clare of library services at Eastern FuIlerton Washington State Coltege will day far home attend the American Library sister, Miss association convention in De- The couple had troit next week. trip to Missour COLLEGE PERSONNEL DIRECTOR IS NAMED Patrick Hunt, Spokane city personnel director and a 1949 EWCE graduate, will take a similar job with the college here in July. Hant has been in :and Banff ers were present, Mrs. W. J. personnel work for the past 10 Carr of Cheney and Mrs. Nel- years. i.e Hougham of It,lois. SEWING CLUB PICNIC SET The will hold a n er on July 14 Mrs. E}mer You Independence DANC A receion followed on the chapel hwn with relatives aId friends assisting. The bride is a student mtrse in Portland and will complete training in the fall. The bride- groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Riehey of Milwaue, Ore., s in mRitazy training. The couple will make their home in l%rtiand after the honeymoon trip. Going from Cheney were Mrs. W. J. Carr and two grand- daughters, Colleen and Laurie Begeman of Opportuhity and Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jones. FROM 9 P.M. TO 1 A . M. CheneyCity Music By Do You The Tyler Orch COME AND HAVE A GOOD Remember it in t: J:: :b: watch summer? ragged CA R AV Only Relax completely this summer. Leave your expensive watch home. It can be ruined while you're driving a golf ball, sliding into first base, playing tennis, or just lying on a beach. It can also be misplaced, per- manently. Now, although the Caravelle from Bulova has a jeweled-lever move- ment, an unbreakable mainspring, is waterproof,* shock-resistant, and ex- tremely rugged, we do not guarantee ,that it won't meet similar mishaps. But Caravelle only costs $10.95. *When case, crystal and crown are Intact. CARAVELLE Division of Buloa Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST STREET, CHENEY, WASH. THE MASTER'S MEN Cheney Church of the Nazarene is Master's Men Quartet from the Northwest lege, Nampa, Idaho. The musical program is scheduled for 2, at 7:30 p. m. at the church at 2rid and C public is invited. MARKETS White Club, bushel  1.27 SoFt White, bushel iiiiiiii 1.27 PLENTY OF PARKING Barley, ton (new crop) .... $42.00 Oats, ton (new crop) ........ $44.50 OPEN 9 TO 9 Wednesday quotation, FOB Cheney. summer faculty. Mrs. Joe Jerue spent ast HI-C FRUIT week in Savramento, Calif., as I|nL..IL gut of herbrother4n.lawa,nd g|l|lR:t. "l] OZ. .4/$1 sisw_x, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ga- - --- ham. Both young women went[u & I to Long Bech to visit thedrl ett*l 4A mother, Mrs. Lucy Fredrick l,)UOaK I ]U Ibs. $1.04 Who returned to Cheney with] Mrs. Jerue for a visit. BANQUET ASST. Mrs. D. G. Jerue is spending this week .rat Mercer ishrd as (ream Pies 4/$1 a guest of her son and family, " " Dr. and lrs. Larry Jerue and children. TRIPLE.T COTTAGE Mrs. A. B. Cutting enteain. Cheese pl 19 I ed with a family dinner pm-ty t .... on Wednesday for Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sexton of Mivmeap. WATERMELONS 88c oKs and five children. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Vtalter Johnson of Medical Lake, Mr. and M. Wiiarn Corn on cob 3/De Sexton and Debbie, Mr. and !- Mrs. Pon Sexton of Milwood and Mrs. Jerry Paulus and C Up Frye three children of Spokane. ul rs Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Career- an .eot we 35C Ib lake and caught some fine * trout. Mrs. V. M. Hughes visited BONELL HAM her mother, Mrs. Ida bert, who is confined in the Cheney 79 I b nursing home, this week. C Mr. and Mrs. Dea Swegle arid four children spent the weekend as guests of Mrs. Evanoff at her home on Bead lake. She is ,a former teacher in Cheney schools. Mrs. J. E. Manchester of A1- mira spent a few days here last week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower. Dr. and Mrs. Edgar I. Stew- art journeyed Tuesday eve- ning to Baker, Ore., where at the annual July 4 reunion on i the foowirg day, Dr. Stewart  addressed the Oregon Trail Pio- neer association. PRICES AT GIBSON'S, 1945 Milk, 2 cans ........................ 19c Cake Flour ........................ 25c Grape Juice ........................ 10 Snowflake Crackers, 2 Ibs. 31c Green Apples ................ lb. 15c July 6, 1945 IN TWO SINKINGS Chief torpedoman Orville Whan, survivor of two ship sinkings, ,arrived in Cheney last week after an absence of six years from home. He is visiting his mother, Mrs. Lutie Wigan during his 30 day leave. He has been transferred to shore duty at Bremerton. He was a member of the USS Langley sunk by the Japanese at Pearl Harbor. He was picked up by the Picas which was also Dlown up. The fire siren was sounded at 1:20 Tuesday to quell a grass blaze at the or;ge of Sut-I ton Park. A few trees were I blackened at the base but not seriously damaged. L. E. Tippetts has purchased the Temper Department Stove in Cheney and will reopen soon as the Federated Mercan- tile store. A crew of five men, with tank truck and equipment is now stationed at Cheney by the Forest Service, as a matter.of affording protection in sur- rounding territory until such a time as the Spokane County Fire Protection District No. 3 obtains its equipment and takes over the job. ADDRESSES PIONEERS Fireworks Sale Now on at A & W Root SPONSORED BY CHENEY Proceeds from both events go for