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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Fmday, July 3, 1964 Oianne man, daughter of Mr..a.d Mrs. De,bert Hoffman of Spangle, !'q' i[dhli  / J  ,azd Tom W. Ostheller, son of L0Cal News--/Mr. andMrs. Claude Ostheller, Fairfield, were married June 27 at Zion Lutheran church in ] Fairfield. The Rev. P. H. Mueller offic- iated. Tall baskets with white gla,diodi and pink stock with DIANN E HOFFMAN, CLAUDE OSTH ELLER WED IN FAIRFIELD CHURCH RITE arm bouquets of white glad- it,it. Mrs. Helen Hedge Bar&sand ffaghter Penny of Seattle were guests of her parents, lVIT. and Mrs. J. W. Iodge, lst week. Mrs. DoRa Gra, wo has been vacationing at K.amloops, B.C., with her clagter, Mrs. WLlliam Hubbard, returned home Friday. Ho]t, nmrmger of the Cheney I.mat, uffered a  aack last week and is in a Spokane hospital. M. and lrs. Cary Ted Mills have returned to Cheey afte, a 'honeymoon trip ix) and Seattle. The bride, the for- mew KaflZleen Joye Hanson, and  were mared easy this month in Spokane. Mrs. Clara Ma.ssey of Lou- ..m and her ster, Mrs. ClaUs ldison, Tacoma, are in Che- ney ,at file 'home 'of heir bro- ther, Elmer Kleweno, this stm- met. Ms. Madison, who is at- tending the EWSC summer sessions, is a teacher in Ta- coIn. lr. and Mrs John Van Brunt have the. ,son in hw an daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. C2mrles Ames, Hamilton, Op2cao, as their guests th week. They are spending a few days at their Priest Lake cottage be- fore returning r the July 4th ceebvation here. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kline, Austin, Texas, returned to Cheney last week. He will be on the EWSC summer aculty wle Mrs., a nurse, witli Mr. and Mrs. Pete BlUes- bach entectained his brothers W, Lopez Id, and James Billeshaeh of Eerett, last week. While here, five brothers h,ad a retmien at the home of Mike Billesbaeh in Spoilage. Martin Billesbgh joined them for a dimmr par- ty Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cooil of Spokane were guests of Mrs. E. R. Kelly last week. Other cat, I- ors were Mrs. Kyle Pugh Jr. and Jeff, Spokane, Mrs. Tony Pugh, Mrs. G. Brown, M. H. Kl, eaer and Roy Hansen. John Banks is spending his week in Sem and Eugene, Ore., ,at the 1rome of his san, Bruce. Mrs. Juld,a Butler entertain- ed last week Miss Flora David- son, Mrs. C. W. Alexander, Mrs. M. R. Slavens nd Mrs. PuHen. Mrs. L. E. Zimmerm, a spent last weekend in Seattle visit- ing her son, Larry, and a bro- ther, R. N. Davis. Herry Beuchel, former Che- ney High School coach, spent Saturday in Cheney attendirg the 1937 class reunion. He va, a gtms't of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Ader- son returned Morday from a visit with rehtives in Calgary and E,ang, Alia., Oaada. Mr. and Mrs. FAmer Luiten had as Friday guests Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luiten of litzville, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Luiten and serve at the Easter Se sum; Lirda, Ritzville, and M. Iarl mer camp on Lake Cooer d Krudwig and children of Pus- Alone for the camping period, leo. They were here to tteud Ms. iate Anderson enter-{the funeral services of John rained last week two brothers Luiten, 91, at Spokane. Wiiam 'aml Jame Bfllesbach Monday visitoem t the W. both from tim coast. A dinner party included azmter bre- th Pa of G'lmey. Mrs. Ken Conley and her sister of Spangle, Mrs. J. D. Pittman, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pittman at Oolax on Sunny for a no host picnic dinner. They were joined by Mrs. Wilma Knuh end duhter of ttzvflle and Mr. anal Mrs. M. Thiele from . Mr. 'and Mrs. Coatey entertained on Mbmtay Claude Buckley of Auburn and on laesdy Mrs. Fmuth. The new MetlmdiSt mis- ter and family, Rex,. and Mrs. Howard Pitts, will be heed with a reception  the church July 12 from 2 t 4 p. m. The woman's society will be in chge of the refreshment tables in the youth center, with Mrs. Francis Kuehl as chair- Mr. ad Mrs. C. W. Alex- ander onterined as house gueg the past week his sons from Coliform:a, ,Rev. anti Mrs. David Alexander and their three Children, Turkck, and Rev. arm Mrs. PauI Alexander mul tw Children from Fresrm. They we joined by a sister, Mrs. Glen Jolmson, Spokane, ar a amAy dimmr here. On Wednesday of this week they ere guests of the Johnsons in Spokane. Mr. arid Ms. Ted Knuduon and two daghtem from Oak Harbor .aived .here  week o visit her laren, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Te'leson. ,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Love, Phoenix, Ariz., were Friday overnight guests of .Mrs. John Banks. They are EWSC gradu- ates. R. Berg}off home were Mr. and Mrs. Harry .Rhhards of Spo- kane. Mrs. Jack Stiffler anti son Plfi}lip .spe several days this week n Portland where Philfip, a tap dancer, perform- ed with a troup from the Spo- kane Children's Teater dance numbers. ..Mrs. Hantha Bin,e and dau, gler, 'Ismquah, f oerly of Cheney , are speudg the summer i  Cheamy g EWSC summer quarter. Harry Long and Mr. and Mrs. B'ffiy Long spent a few days in Crneney this week callirg on Roy Ha,n, sen and Mrs. E. R. Kelly. They are former Cheneyites and now }ice on the Coast. Mrs. W. J. Orb received wrd that her son Mike, serv- ing in the U. S. Navy, has been transferred from Viet Nam to he lhilippine Is}ands. Mr. :and Mrs. Nolan Brown and Mr. and Mrs. lbert Brown spent t, he weekend in Sea,tile attending the Chevro- let zone meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kuehl and Mrs. Mac Van Scoyoc are ,spending the Fourth of July weekend at their cottage on Priest Lake. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jordan left this weekend for a vaca- tion at Upper  Lake with his daughter, Mrs. Wilmar Kid- well, Spokane. Mrs. :Stanley Hendricks and daughter, Helen Gall, returned from Seattle last week, after i attending the University of Washington graduation of a cousin, Janet Ireland. They were accompanied by her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Town- white ca, ndles in the eandelab- I ras decorated the Church. The bride chose an elegant govgn .of organm over taffeta. The fitted prince bodice fe- tared a scoop neckle and tlwee-quarter length sleeves. The skirt was enhanced by a border of embroidery and sat- in ribbon, and was set off at the wa2st by a cabbage ruse. Her ebow lergth veil ws held by ,a crown of seed pearls. The bridal boquet, consisting of stephanotis and p.k rosebuds. encircling a wte orchid, was carried on.a white Bible The bride's stev, Cornie, was her m, md 9f hoov. Claudia Ostheller, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Their dresses of pink .crepe with Sheath skirts were worn with match- ing headpieces They carried ( U rING AT WILLIAMS LAKE Mr. 'and Mrs. lobert Gifting arid Dean and Steve Colber spent Saturday and Sunday fislng at Williams Lake. Join- ing them Sun'day were Mrs. Giffing's pare, Mr. and Mrs. [Lloyd Holiaday, and Mrs. Wil- ilium Coibert and son, John. i CANADIAN VISIT PLANNED Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wlker and BiHie Jim arid Anrm Marie, came from Bellevue Wednes- day to spend the Four of Juty with his mther, Mrs. H. D. Walker Mrs. Walker and her guests will spend the week- end at Kaso on Kootrmi Lake in Canada. FOURTH OF JULY GUESTS Mr. arm Mrs. Mike Ws &ml lVchael Scot and Loci Jean wilL have as Fourth of Ju guests Mrs. Wl'mms' parents, Mr. :and Mm. Glm Jdd, and tree sisters a,nd forties, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nelson of Op- porturtity, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wagner ad Jolmmy of St. John. Lynnwood. Scott RoSs spent all week with his grmulpr- ents here while 1  t- tended a dental comention at Ylitrm-bef0re eomg hi. Mr. and Mrs. Dea Sweg]e and children the 'week- end on a cmni ip: Bead Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Oaloway left Thursday for a long week- edn vacation ores the Fourth of July to Brown Lake. They were joined by her :paret, Mr. and Mrs. William Tacked, of Spokane. h Steve Swegte went to hay arvest this week on the ranch of Mr. ,and Mrs. J. Wfllms at Espanela. Mr. and Mrs: Elmer Coniey entertained as guests last week Mr. and Mrs. George Hartley and three daughters from Galesburg, Ill. They are cous- ins of Mrs. Conley. Mrs. Stanley Hendcks was the guest of honor far a bth- day dinner Sunday at the home o her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R 1ph Townsend, Spokane. Others gointg wove Mr. and Mrs. Hemlrielcs and their daughter, Helen. My. and Mrs Stephen Wei- gel s'pen Father's Day week- end in Yakima .attending the wedding of their niece, Miss Shirley Bier. Bernard Ellis of Fairfield was best man. Ushers were Dick Ostheller, Fairfield, broth- er of the groom, and Run Han- son, Pulhnan, cousin of the bride. Barbara Ostheller, s,is- ter of the groom, was in charge of the guest bgok. Mrs. Ltoffman Chse a pale green Shantung dress and jacket for her daughter's wed- ding. It was complimented by beige acce,sso.ries and a pink carnation and white rose,bud corsage. Mrs. OstheLler wore a pastel pink sheath dress with white accessories, and a white carn'ation and pink rosebud corsage. A reception followed a the chuach. The bride's going ,away our- fit, which she had made, was a black linen suit with a black and white polka dot blouse. Aceessaries were bh,ck patent shoes a, nd parse, white ,hat and gl, oves and the white orclid from her bridal bouquet. They spent a few days t Lake Coeur d'Alene, then left for and Mrs. Har- ry Reitmeier, 3-2nd St., an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Jody Louise, to William Loyd Crippen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Crippen of Gifford, Wash. An August 1 wedding is planned. Seattle where they will make C H U RC H N EWS their home. CHRISTIAN The Christian church post- poned its baard meeting from July 7 to July 14. Rev. Donald Ross nd Jim Bhckshaw will teach at the Zephyr todge camp for jumor high students of Christian Churches July 5-11. Among students from Cheney will ,be Karen Dobbins ,and David Bart- lett. General George Wright Corps No. 8 Receives Silk Flag At Convention TILICUM CLUB DONATES CLOCK TO NEW POOL By Mrs. A. B. Cutting The big $300 outdoor clock 'at the new Cheney swimming [pool is a gift of the Cheney Tilicum club. ! Atthough Cheney is ocated in an area of nne hkes in a radius ,of 12 miles, the com- munity has long bee mind- ful of the need of a good san- intary pool in town. Memb6rs of the Tilicum women's club led the movemen among lo- cal organizations bosting the pool The club suggested a num- ber of rotations, worked for means to irmuce and get it on the city baot, distributed Lop, f- lets aud lmantmrted voters to ermoara,ge the cty caugcil to promote and float bnds t ,bnid a pool. When a block of }and belong- ig to the Wynstra estate w bought by the city some years ,,go, prospects seemed bght- or. Tilicum entered into cam- palgning by ,talks ad saving funds for a gift to the pool. When the matter was voted down twice, a third time proved successful ad work be- u. ,: .d springs hampering. excavation were sm'motmted and the $150,000 ! pool opened in Jue after near- ly two yea of . Sue- ess and popuhrity of he pool is overwhelming. The big clock is viNble for some hlks away and swimmers  gauge their time and activities by it. SEVERAL GROUPS PLAN PICNICS July seeans to be the nenth for picnics, with several organ- izations and lodges settin daes. Rebekah ,and IOOF lodges plan a picnic in Sutton Park on July 2B..Gran@mothes dub will =hold a "picnic" in(oors at the home of Mrs. Wim Bry- an on July 28. loyal lodge, under the direvion of Mrs. William Lee, pl,as a potluck picnic on July 20 at the home of Mrs. John Banks. Martha chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will meet in Sut- ton Park August 2, for a p,icnie for members and families. The 79th annual convention of the Departmert of Was,king- ten and Aia, ska, Auxiliary to the Grnd Army of the Repub- lic, Inc., was re,cently held at the Hotel Roosevelt in Seattle. There were over 100 in at- tendance from 23 Corps. Among the del.egtion was one na,ti, o,al officer, Mrs. G. J. Heg- a,r, national junior vice p.resi- : :: dent, General George Wr'ght Corps No. 8, Cheney. Reperts covering re:ult. accomplished during *he year shelved that outstarding work has been carried on in patri- otic work, relief, n, avcotic edu- cation, veteran's hospitals, cmmunity service arid etcher projects. One ra),,d Army Memorial sch0.}arhip o,f $L00 was awarded to Miss Be .rmie Mac Brown, a sen,r at Seattle Faeific College. The depart- ment also maintains a student roan fund at the Undversity of: WaShin,gton. The delcgati, on voted to buy a .new power lawn mower for the Grand Army memoxial park at Westport, which the department owns rd main- tains, and which is open to the public. This park i's equipped with all f,ae'tie which make, camping out or living in a trailer a plea,sure. The annual picrfic wilq be held here July 29. Flag Presented A large ,silk ftag was pre- sented to the manager of the Roosevelt hotel and was proud- ly displ, ayed in a proent corner of he obby. Memc,ral services were con- Check the classified columns. Mrs. D. G. Jerue returned home Sunday from a two month visit in the Hawaii, an I'slands, where he was a guest of her sster in w, era May Jerue.  home she visit- ed her son, Dr. Larry Jeue, arid attended grazed chapter sessions of Eastern Star lodges in Sattle. send, of Spokarm. A joint anniversary dinner at Spokane on Jane 15 cele- brated the weddirg a,nniver- sary of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hen'dricks .and her petts, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph . Mr. and Mrs. lvtmrd Roos had as guests the past few dys Dr. and Mrs. Richard Roos of For All Your Printing Needs Cheney Free Press ALL ABOUT AUTOMATION According to Stanley C. Amren, V.P. of the Charles Bruning Co., makers of copying machines, auto- mated production of read- ing matter has increased the market for it a million-fold. When John Gutenberg in- vented the printing press in the 15th century, he put a lot of scribes out of work. But today nearly I million people work in the printing and allied industries. The popular notion that auto- mation creates unemployment |s, in Amren's view, short- sighted. White collar office jobs have multiplied faster since World War II than blue collar factory jobs, despite the fact that office automa. tlon has been closing the gap on factory automation. Statistics show that there are temporary disloeatlons when a new machine replaces human Iobr. In the long runt however the same inevitably more jobs for more people to make more goods for more @ l| BAPTIST Pastor Amick Champs and liis wife, Joyce, are having open house Saturday from 4 to 8 at their home, N. 816 Pines Road, Opportunity. Members of the Cheney church and their friends .are invited. Pastors from some of the Spokane churches and the Norlown Baptist church will be present. The Cheney church will spormar a vacation Bible sclol July 20 throtgh 31. Two mismanages will be teachers. Mrs. Joyce Chmps has been electre principal of the two weeks school, and wi]/1 be pianist. A,ny ch,ild from kin- dergarten through junor gh school is welcome, each day from 9 to 12. A revival me,etilg will be held at the Cheney church on 1 17, 18 n.d 19 .and on 24, 25 em:l 26. ltor Amick Ch, amps will corMuct the meeting, s. He extends an invitation to everyone o fel- lowship m the Cheey Baptist church ,at 5'00 N'orth Secom!d street. BIRTHDAY GIFT Mrs. Hela Phil E,ps received as a birthday gift, from her son Carl and family, a trip to Mrs. Philhps w le)ave July 9 and spend atmot three weeks with .her son, wh, o is employed in Hawaii. She will a[o see her four grardehil- dren for the first time. SHOWER HONORS KENDALL REHN Miss Kendall Rehn, bride- eeet of Drew Ardre, was hon- ored at a shower given June 25 by Mrs. R. L Michaelsen and daughters, Misses Dianne and ail Miclmelsen. The bridal color scheme of yellow and white was carried out at ,the shower. Gifts were esented to the honored guests on the ,patio of the M4chae,lse home from an ar- rargement of yel'ow and white flowers t'opped with a white unbrel, la decorated with yel- low rbbon ,Dew. Te te table carried out the same color scheme with the bride-to-be's mother, Mrs. Run, a.ld Re,hn, cutting e cake and Ms. Harold Andre, mother of 'the prospective bridegroom, of Sllr.a e preimg at ,lhe cof- fee urn. Amen,g the 40 guests were Miss Rohn's grandmother, Mrs. AIex Reh'n; Mrs. Frank Rehn and Mrs. Helea Rehn, all of Spokane, ,and frierMs and relatives from Cheney, La- ment, Sprague ad Spokane. The wedding s t'o be held August 1 at 4, p. m. at the Uit- ed Church of Ghrist. A rehear- sal dinner is to be given by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andre July 31 at the Rehn home. Miss Rehn will also be 'hon- ored wit'h a shower July 7 given by Valdene Hazcoek in Spokane. ducted by Mrs. R. department Corps taking part Each vear a silk flag is given to he ig the greatest bcrzhip March 31, George Wright showed a gain of Miss Mildred accepted fr the department also gift flag for the i membership. received this Jemie Ancderson, Others attending district were Mrs. Ritzville, Mrs. Mrs. R. E. Earl Weaver, S Mrs. Heghr unanimously by tion for the office senior vice name will be nation at the tion this fiall in N.J. FLUORIDE DROPS ro Is i$ a/e to p= tid= to babies? A. Yes, under stances. be used tlm fluoride g water is the drops can then be: so that the ceive too cessive amounts of may cause mottling enamel and, in may cause bone therefore important how much fluoride is receiving from all NAIL Q]. Do the aster in summer winter months? A. We know of only term study of nail that of a physician ured and recorded his left thumbnail intervals for 20 Were no rate of growth. sharp decline in rate began at age seemed to continue vancing age. Our prescription vide safe, sure eond)ination with Send Medical c/o Cheney Free BE W. H. West Summer Artist Ser" Carolyn Stanford Mezzo soprano, will be presented Wednesday evening, July 8, at 8:15 in Showalter Auditorium Eastern Washington State College F ree Adm ission