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Page 4 Gheney Free Press Friday, July 9, 1965 MISS ELIZABETH THOMSON TO MARRY EARL H I LTON, J R., ON AUGUST 28TH iss Elizabeth Thomson, the daughter ,of I)r. and Mrs. Dun- can Thomson, Modesto, Cafif., formerly of Cheney, `has named the attendants for her wedding Aug. 28 to Earl L. Hilton, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Davl Hil- ton, ttoute 3, Cheney. The Rev. A. Vincent Carr  officiate t the 3:00 p. m. ceremony at the W, hitworth Oomnunty Presbyterian church, W. 212 Hawthorne, Spokane. Miss Peg Tlmmson will be her sister'6 maid of borer. Miss Nhncy Hilton, ulster of the future ,bridegroom, ad Miss Kathy Putrm, Seattle, college room-mate of Miss Tlamson., will ,be brMesmaids. Tom Drnmmond, Seattle, Wl be best man. Rick Hilton, brother, and Steve lVMillan, cousin of the bridegroom-to-be, loger Hunt of Yaktma and Ed Tulioch, Pysht, Wash., will be trshers. Earl Hilton and Miss Thom- son, her parents and Peg and Riclard Thomson, were guests of the senior Earl Hi[tons, Cbe- hey, for the 4th of July week- end. The young couple are em- ployed in Seattle for the sum- met and will continue their studies .at the University of Washington in the fall. Dr. and Mrs. Thomson and family will be at their cabin on Priest hke for the summer  visit in Cheney. E. L. Dales Return From Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dales returned 'list week from a ranth spent in Minneapolis. They were guests of her broth- erdn-lav ,and twin sister, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Iabrub, who cehebrated their golden wed- anniversary with a clmch The Dales' son, Col. Robert Des, flxgn Oolumbia South CaroRne, joined tlmm ,or the event. A btafet supper was `hed 'at the Khib heane after the vecepttor or over 40 guests. En route 'home Mr. and Mrs. Dles visited anotlmr sis- ter, Mrs. AI Wolfe and family at ]llehle, N. D. Blackshaws Return From 2 Week Trip M. 'and Mrs. James Bhck- shaw and Ruth returned over the weeketd from a two weeks vatton trip ,to Bryce ami Zkm natioml :prks and Grand Canyol% Yosemite perk and Crater hke, Los Vegas ,and Sac- ramona, where they visited vdth relatives. Fm route home they visited rehtives in Vale, Ore. Portlmi and on to Taco- ma, whtere they visited the Oox fanffiy and bought `he a Aee, Leila Jo Cox, to spend some time in Cheney this sum- mer. Yakima Relatives Visited Miss Rue Miss Florertce Rue entertain- ed as guests .'Mr. and Mrs. Gil- bert Meen and daughter Mary Ann from Yakima. They were on an extended vacation with an Airstream Trailer and plan- ned to tour middle western states. ,lWr. Moon is a conactor and biulder,,,td in Yakinm and a ousin of Miss Rue. Callers on Thursday were Judy IAnJan  Judy Frick of Genesee, Idaho. Miss Fick came to register in l/SC fr the fffi qumr. Mr. md Mrs. A1 Scy from u11w., srrt seversl days mre  week, as guests of Mr. ad Mas. Pete Billesbh. While here the men went fishing. CONSERVATION WORKSHOP SET AT CATH LAM ET The annual conservution workShop, sponsored by the Federation of Women?s clubs will be held July 26-28 at Eio- chomin Y>uth Clamp, Cat,a- met, Wash., with conservation state vhairman M,s, R. E. Good- fetlrv in charge. The workshop is for ju:nir arid senior clubwomen and their families, who may camp,,, or live in cabins on the grounds. Reservations should be rt to Mrs. Ben Peterson Route 1, Cathtamet, Wash. A complimentary buffet supper will be served Sunday evening, July 25, to early arrivals. The three days wll be filled with sessions, on con- speakers so,ration, forestry, National re- sources, s:how-me tours of for- ests and fish hatcheries. Film, will be shown and recreation for ,children and adults will be enjoyed. Noted speakers will be on ,hated for panel discus- sion and talks on many phases af conservation. Club women ,of other organ- izations are keeping the dining room and meeting `hal in or- der. This would be a fine place and time to spend a vacation trip. All clubs in the state are uged to hold shvvdne trips to nearby places of interest. Mrs. Don Spining of Daven- port ,is N. E. district conserva- ti,@n chairman and Mrs. John Louthan and Mrs. John Van Bru serve on the commJttees. CARTERS PLAN VIRGINIA ViSit Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carter and Junior pn to leave this comi week for a vacatio trip to Virginia to see her par- ents and to visit on the east coast. Mr. and Mrs. Ed SOaneben (Carmen Carter), wire have been hre for a month, will leave early next week fr New York and the World's and to tour the east and south, en route to Caldorra to make their ,home. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ball were overnight guests of their darghter and aily Mr. and Mrs. Hany King ansi two sons Frklay night. Mrs. Olive Orange enter- tailed with ,a Tuesday after- nloon dessert party to honor Mrs. Karl Klein of Austin Texs. The ,affair was held at the home of a daughter, Mrs. J. Austin Andrews, far 12 guests. .Mrs. Karl Kein let today for the Easter Seal camp on Lake Coeur d'Alerm for cp- plod cfildren. She wil serve as a mwse during the cnping n, iher third season there. Mrs. Iein and her husband, Dr. Karl Klein, spend the sum- mere in Cheney while he is on the EWSC summer faculty. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Betz slmnt the weekend in Spokane *as guests of her sister and fam- ily, Mr.  Mrs. R. O. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bother i Went to Missouh last week to vit their daughter ,and family, briging gmgters Col- leen and Scan home with them fr a visit. r. and Mrs. Stanley Hend- ric entertained with a n host dinner on Sunday in cele- bration of the 4th of July. Guests htcluded Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hendrcks and Mr. and Ms. Raln Townsend of Spo. lae. I Widner's Beauty Shop will move July 24 to a new location It will open August 28. GET YOUR PERMANENTS NOW Cool in Shop.. 235-4091 111 i We Never Take Shortcuts Sometimes, folks ask us to "rush" preslription . . .to shave a few mlnuts off the time needed to fill it. We do the fastest job we canbut we never take shortcuts. For every prescription'regardless of price--we take all the time necessary to meke absolutely sure you get the right drug, in the right peckage, end with the right directions. That's why we say . . . TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST BARGAIN IN HISTORY Cheney Drug 410 First Street, Cheney TANNICH WINS $100 CASH PRIZE :i R. J. Tannish of route 2, Cheney last week won a $]00 j cash prize in the r,t Strc' Mustang contesL He won tim award tilrough G, bsn's Thrift Store in Cheaey. Toni Pugh Writes Home from Europe (continued from page 1) Abbey, Parliament, saw Lon. don Bridge, Picadilly Circus and Vietoria Sqtmre both by day and night. I spent one morning in the British Mus- eum especially thrilled with the Egyptian exhibit and the Rosetta .Stone, then on to the Phnetarium and Madame Tou- saud's Wax Museum, wlRch was @ascinating. The figures are so very real looking that I felt rather apologetic stang at them so. My cousin ,and her husband took me to dinner one night at a very famous chop house where I had steak and kidney pie with fresh rspber- ries and Devonshire cream for the "sweet." Coffee s only iserved with the sweet and is an extremely strong espresso type. 1 Paris Visited Such a huge ,spr.awli!g, cit.yT- i COMPLETES SERVICEMiss Rosetta M. King has completed twe.va^ve .ry w e,u-na, ue'u uoum --rus'Deau-ucY--W-l-r'vWla -c-'e' ' tw years of service with the United States of America Peace , y - ,( -  . ..uS, ! Corps stationed in Thailand This picture was tak,n at the ann narrow uarz wlnmng r ......... " " ......... "]1 urns or or=gmal uwmp,c 5tadmm in Greece This summer srees biKe uonuon you nnu . . the same contrasts---new and Miss King is studying French at Neuchatel, Switzerland. modern buildings, although not as many :as London and right next door an old, old struture about to crumble into decay. There is so much to see one couldn't deribe it all. And sidewalk cafes everywlhere-- which are most delightful these hot days. Last evening there was a thunderstorm like ours at home, then a heavy shower with some hail mixed in it. The people are the same also, even though they speak a dfferent language. Last eve- rang we went to the Eiffel Tow- er ad rode up as ar as we could on the elevator and then one eou,ki see Pazs! Directly aeross the Seine from it are the buildirgs of the present government- very beautiful with n enormous pool and huge fourttains of water sray- mg up. A Ride on the Seine Then after dark we took a bOat ride up the Seine whi was a lovely 'hour ri ",dg under the bridges of Paris and seeing all the amous buildings light- ed up like a afrynd. They come alive at night antd one almost expects to see courtly, bewgged  moving abou,, The Eiffel Tower is one of the most beautul things I've Rosefla King, Peace Corps Volunteer, Cited for Dedicated Work in Thailand Miss Rosetta M. King, d:augh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. King, received a citation ce,rttficate from the United States af America Peace CoTps signed by Director Sargent Shriver ,commending her for dedica- tion to her counTy and service to the people of Thailand as a Peace Corps volunteer from June 17, 1963 ,to May 15, 1965. Before laving the States, Miss King completed an inten- sive 12.week Imogram at Indi- anna University. Upon arrival in Thailand she participated in a special train- ing program for Peace Corps Volunteers at the College f Education in Bangsaen, Chol- bui. She was responsible to the Ministry of Education, delavt- ment of teacher trainirg, dur- ing her service in Tilad nd served as an Erglish teacher NEWS: BRIEFS Dr. gid::'a. Atatin And' reds and son Tom have arrived seen; Its structure and design in Kansas to Visit rehtives and is ,of such grace. At night it is will go on to New York next illuminated and ooking at it week. .rom across the 'Seine is a nov- Mr. and .Mrs. Millard Hale, Earl and Frances. spent the Fottrth of July weekend at Thomas hke nar the Camad- an border. Others with thorn were Miss Cae Sheer and Mr. ,arid ls. Sam Eyres. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Brown spertt ,a few days in Seattle and visid with her brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ehn, er Latter and niece Christine I-lazson of California, spent Sunday in Ritzville to eelebarte the 4th of July with his parents and other reatives. Mr. ad Mrs. Obed Wi,Riam- son and ehldren entertained erdo-be forgotten sight. I begin to feel the fascination .of Paris and uners,ad why the students are reluctant to leave. Our hotel is in the Sor- borme area, mmxmnded by Notre. Dame, Pantheon, and Luxembonrg. Students from all ,around the worm come. here a,nd I `have especily noiced many from North Africa. Saw Napoleon's Tomb Today we visited Npoleon's tomb wlch was a spectacular sight. The mausoleum is a huge circular buiMing in back of the la'hewith a 'n,fitary atmos- p`here suvrourdirg aR the biuld- as Sunday ,guests their cousins ings. The wmusoluem has a Mr. arid Mrs. James Rand of large ,circular rotunda, open Spokane. A number of Camp Fire girl atterded Camp Sweyoak- an the ,ltast week in June on Lake Coeur d'Alene. Those go- ins were Anna Wmson, Sherry Ovlb, Robin Giles, Ka- tie McKeehen, Marian Whit, fieM, Beth Wad.dington and led.a Capine. They returned over the weekend. Mrs. W. J. Carr spent the 4th of July holidays as a guest of ,her daughter an'd family, Mr. ami Ms. Wayne ttouham in Coeur d'hlene, end with an- other daughter, Mrs. Earl Pet- erson in Opportunity. in the center loo1 to the floor beknv, where the tomb of Napoleon rests. It is massive and the setting is very dra- matic and breathtaking and with paintings on the floor tell- irg of his conquests, and huge marble ange guarding the tomb. Around the .rotunda on the tpper floor are side rooms with ornate tombs of his gen- .ls and other ihmmm Frenc`h milm-y me including Mar. sltalI Fch. The  of the dome has a beautiful mural painted or it, lso panels of the building vhh pen into the assigned to Lopbu:ri Teachers College. Used Oral Approach She taught English to botch studerts and adults in the .commurfity, concentrating on the .oral approach. At the col- lege she worked with SEAREP naterals and in the commun- ity she ta, u ght in the A. I. A. center, using materials and methods supplied by the A. U.A. Miss King ,helped with the American Fied Service pro- gram, preparing Th.i students ,for a year of study in the States. In the college she was advisor for the Engsh club helping with special activities. I the community she was an dvisor for the Lpburi Teach- ors of English club, working wth instructors from all sec- oada,ry and vocational schools in Lopburi. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hedge live at M adera, Calif., a city of abou 15,000 population nt Madiera as stated in a news story last week. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kuehl spent the 4th of July weekend at their Priest lake cottage. Guests on several days were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hendricks, Mrs. Mae Van Scoyoc, Mr. and Mrs. Drool Allen. Mr. ,and Mrs. Wayne Swegle and son from Hill AFB in Utah spent several days here last week with his m,oher, Mrs. Olive Swegle. They also visited his brother, Dean Swegle and family and sister, Mrs. Del Mc- Connel.l ,and children. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dare have as guests this week their grandchildren Beverly and Reese McBride of Rosalla, while the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McBride, are vacation- ins in Canada. Mr. :anti Mrs. Elmer Ooniey and their guest Doug Johnson spent the Fourth of July wRh Mr. and Mrs:. Archie Bad and Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson for a pcnic dinner party. Mr. and Mrs. John Van, Brunt have been 'spending the past week at the cottage on Priest lake. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jeffrey have ,as huse guests their nephew Pon and SheIl Schreder. On the 4th of July they joined cosius in SIm- kane Valley for a pntc din- neT. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower etertained as a weekend guest chapel behind itA nmst beau- ti{ul ,and "zmpressive s. They Go Shopping Then we became very pro- sate and went shopping in Gal- leries Lafayette, Pris's large department store, which re- minded me very much of the Crescent .or The ]]on, and some of the snaller more exclusive ..... shops. A note to Jm Crawford and Wayne Fifield: you should see the way these Y2"evhmen drive! Anyplace you can sqeeze through, a U-turn in a peder- trtan zone, anything is fair play. They park in any awil- able spot--wrong or right side of the street, pedestrian cross. ins, even on corners, and as far as I can observe, there are few accidents. The police cars have no sir-i ens; instead a horn th,at brays ee-aw, ee-aw as they go car- eening madly down the street. I think appearance mttst be one of the requh'ements of a policeman here, because they are all very handsome. Sincerely, Toni. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bergloff entevtaLned as weekend guests their son a.nd wife, Mr. arid Mrs. Dick Berglf of Spokane and Mrs. Ruth Huse of I,i,nd. They celebrated the 4th of July with ,a :.picnic dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jer- ry Berglof and family in Spo- katie. Mrs. Etta PresneU is spend- ing  few weeks in Portland with  sbter, Goldia Binder, wlm is seriously i11. Fourth f July guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Frost and John at their Williams lake cottage were Mrs. lrest's mother, Mrs. John Scheeler. Sr., and broth- ors arrd families, Mr. anti Mrs. John Scheeler, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scheeler and daugh- ters, Marcia ,and Janet of Lind. A brother-in.law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Klettke of Colfax, were also present. A Potluck dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Ger- nan and Tami ,have as guests th, is week Mr. German's 10 year old twin sistes, Susan their granddaughter. Lori Jen- :sen, Spokarm,. while `her par- ens, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jen- sen and David spent the week- end in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. John Louthan and daughters fanly, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Maggs avrd two chil. dren spent the 4th of July at Chattarey as guests of Mr. and rs. Bruce Galloway. Mr. and Ms. Glen Judd oined their three daughters and amilies for a n-host din- ner party at the lmme of Mr. arid Mrs. Mike Williams (Lois Ju,dd) and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nelson o Spo- kane Vley, Mr. and Mrs. Vir- gil Wagner ,and son John (Jean) all celebrated the 4th toge er here. :Mr. and Mrs. Keith Harr and ,children, of Spokane was a Mortday, July 5, guest of his arents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Iarr here. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lane en- tertained with a 4th of July dinner party for their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ad Sandra German, of Quincy. Dan DeWitt and children of Correction from hst week: Spokane. ,Miss Judy Gibson, a teraCher in Spokane, arrived to spend the summer here with her par- ents, Mr. ,and Mrs. John Gib- son. She plans to take some classes at EWSC daring the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Tiedt and two sons spent the week- end on a camping trip to near- by hkes to celebrate the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stewart arrived in New York last week and wil, l spend the summer at their summer home at Lake George. En route there they spent a few days with a sonin- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Rennebohn and chil- dren in Madison, Wis. Miss May Powe.ll entertained with a no `host luncheon on her tawn Sunday to celebrate the 4th. Eight guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. John PaulSon celebrated the 4th ,of July with a no best patio dinner at their home. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Braten, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kerr and daugh- ters, Margaret and Mrs. David Danielson (Jean Kerr) and small daughter. Mrs. L. B. Denny from Cou- lee Dam has been  house guest :of Miss May Powell over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kapp and two children: will move to Sal- em, Ore. this summer Where he will teach. They have lived in Cheney for four years while he taught rat Airway Heights and both attended EWSC. Mrs. PhiHip Ickwood of Portland arrived this week to spend some time here with Mrs. E. R. Kelly, who is recov- ering from an illness. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oker- strum and Mrs. Myrtha Mill spent Sunday '.as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill and Run- at Amber to celebrate the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Billesbach spent the 4th of July weekend in Pullman ,as guests of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Schy. Mr. and Mrs. R'oyal Conley entertained a,s 4th of July guests their son and family, Dr. :and Mrs. Gien ConVey and four children, Spokane; Miss Pam Jones, James Trezona and two grandsons of California, and My. and Mrs. Ken Conley. A barbecue dinner was en- joyed on the hwn. Mrs. Jean Danielson nd dauglter Beth of Augusta, Ga., are viiUng the "home of Mrs. Danielson's parents, the Ivan B. Kerrs. They also spent a few days in R, osalia visiting with Mr. ,aad Mrs. T. V. Danielson. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Smith and Jeff drov to Gcier Park over the Fourth holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wester- man and children spent the 4th and 5th rt their cabin an Hay- den hke. The alert motorist doesn't rely ,completely on the driver ahead to tell him when to pass. He realizes other drivers mean well, but can, be subject to ETTOF. SPECIAL SCH( BOARD MEETING There will :be ,a ing of the board af of school district No, p. m. Wednesday, the district bard sider bids Four Lakes sehol sider aquisition of Howe, Davis, 977 Dexter Horton SUMMONS BY N. 177839 In the Superior Court of Washington for Northern Life Insurance Washington eerporatiot), Leo J. Stork and Leora baad and wife; James Virg nia Dora ! wife; and Arthur E. i of the Estate of Vir ken, a bankrupt, The State of James R. Kooker and Kooken, husband and all other lersons or claiming ar, y right, or interest i the real in the complaint herein. You are hereby within sixty (60) days of the first publication mort% to-wit : within' after the 9th day of defend the above above entitled complaint of the a COpy of your signed attorneys for office below stated ; failure so to do, dered against you mand of the complaint, filed with the clerk The object of the above is the foreclosure of a real property located in' ty. State of WashingtOn, follows : Lot 1 in Block 4 of lion to Opportunity aS ! of recorded in Volume page 15; situate in Washinemn. Date of first of July, 1965. Leuren D. Davis, Riese & Jons Plaintiff Office arid P. O. 977 Dexter Herren Seattle, Washington' (July 9-Aug. CORNELIUS & 1117 Paulsen Bldg., SHERIFF'S State of Washington,' By virtue of an Ordel" ' out of the lion. kane County, the 1965, by the Clerk of Farmers State Washington, a Plaintiff versus Mable M. Gicse, Dee Mack Reeves and husband and to hie, as delivered. 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