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lge 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 10, 1964 Hi] '" Mr. and Mrs. John Ditton l entertained as weekend guests for the Fourth ,of July cele- bration their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morehouse ,and son Tim- my of ReaSon, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Iszley, Tacoma, and Mrs. Ernest Lampi from Am- brose, N. D. Mrs. Wilam J. Carr is spending this week in Coeur d'Alene as a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Hough- an and Dana. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Langland a, nd three children from Spo- kane were guests ,of his aunt, Mrs. John Bnks, here Sunday. Mr. :and Mrs. Porter Parker entertained with a no-host din- nor on the Fourth of July at their home here, serving 24 members of Lheir family. Pres- ent were Mr. and Mrs. William Parker and family of Valley- ford; Mr. arm Mrs. Homer Hale, Chattaroy; Milfred Kimm, Pine City; Mr. and Mrs. Ctarlie Parker, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parker and ami- lies, all of Spokane; Mrs. Os- car Hale, Deer Park; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hale arm irffant son, Chattaroy, and Mr. and Mrs. Porter Parker of Cheney. Larry Parker, a grandson, celebrated his birthday during the day. A phone call was re- ceived from Jeanne Parker from Rhode Island. Mr. and Mrs. Mild Ball at- tended funeral services of her b r o t h e r, Adolph Prelitz, Wednesday at the Tekoa Meth- odist Church. ButYl was in the family plot ,at Tekoa. Mas. E. R. Kelley entertained as a guest this week, Mrs. Phil- lip Lockwood from Portland. She is ,a former Cheney ,resi- dent. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Itove ,and children entertained with a rm-lmst picnic dinner at their home on the Fouh, Guests were her parents, Mr. ad Mrs. Konrad half f, ,aM bother, C. J. Lauff and famil of Cheney. Mr..and ,Mrs. Ernest Marr spent a few days in Bgeport the past week as ,guests of the daughter, Mrs. William Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tolef- son, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Krmlsen of Oak Harbor were }led by Mr. ,ard Mrs. Roy Duty and Glerda for a Fourth of July dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stiffler and Phillip spent the Nourth at Newman Lake as ,guests .of their son, on Stiffler. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Betz spent the weekend in &polane with her sister, Mrs. R. O. Ellis for a family picnic din- :nor. They were j.oined by brothers Bd ,and Will Lilenthal ,and Mr. and Mrs. William Barton. Mr. ,and Mrs. Itarry Bryce- ,son entertained as weekend guests over the Fourth their son, and their two daughters a,nd families, Mr. ad Mrs. Richard Bryceson .nd child- ten, Mr. ,and Mrs. Vernon Klatt and two daughters, and Miss Brbara Bryeeson, all of Spo- kane. On the Fouh ,{hey were guests of Mrs. Ed Betz at Wil- liams Lake. Mr. ,and Mrs. Jahn Van Brunt returned this week from a week at Priest hake with their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ames of Ontario. Miss Carman Carter, bride- elect of Edward Sonnebor Jr., was the honored guest for a miscellaneous bridal shower Wednestay evening at the tmme of Mrs. A. B. Cutting. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Alfred Weiaman, Mrs. Ted Freeman ,and Mrs. John Van Brunt. dive co-workers in the Eastern Star lodge and Mekodist ChLh S u n Oa y school presented fs Cram a LUNCH HONORS DEPART! NG PAl R Mrs. C. A. Dittmar and Mrs. Duncan Thomson were honor guests Thursday at a covered- luncheon meeting of the Associated Uiversity Women at the Obed Williamson 'home. Hostesses were Mrs. Wtl- liamson ,and Mrs. Veo Small. The program for the final meeting of the year was given by Mrs. F. L. Rate,re, Jr., who gave the biography of Pierre Renoir written by ,his son, Gene Renoir. The Dittmars are ieaving to make their home in Seattle and the Thomsons .are moving to Modesto, Calif. table centered with a doll bride. Mike McKeehan, son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. McKeelan, ] 962 graduate of Cheney High Sclool, has received a $1,600 scholarship a Haverfrd Col- lege, Haverford, Penn., where he will be a junior this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Holladay and their guests, Mrs. Wiiam Colbert and sons, John and Steve, joined Mr. and Mrs. obert Gifting and Deans at Loon Lake for a picnic Sunday. Mrs. Ed Johnson of Amber and daughter, Mrs. Bernice Prentice and four children of Plymouth, Id.ho, visited ,Mrs. Caroline Spuler ovm: the Fourth of July weekend- Dr. and Mrs. William H. Drummond, who ,are moving to Tennessee, have sold their home to the Don Helm family. Mr. and..Mrs Carl Hair and Patricia and Mr. ad Mrs. George Fosstm spert the Fourth of July at Priest Lake fishi,ng and boating, Mr. ,and Mrs. George Fos- .sum, Mr. nd Mrs. Ian Kerr and Margaret spet Sunday July 5 at Lake Chatcolet. Mrs. George FisOnex called at the home of Mr. nd Mrs. Jack Philleo, and visited Mrs. Grace PhiIleo. Mrs. Louise Grey, Newjort, is sperding the summer in Cheney ,attenting EWSC smn- mer .session. She is a former reskient of Cheney, mother of Mrs. Fred Rosenzweig and teaches in Newport. Her ,son, Andrew Grey, a .graduate of EWSC, teaches m Artesia, Calif. Mr. ad Mrs. L. E. Zimmer- man ,have as guests this week ,her brother and his wife, Mr. .id Mrs. George Davis, Sacra- mento, Calif. They atso are visiting Davis' mOther, Mrs. Edith Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conley nd their neFhew, Steve John- ston, Spokane, left this week for a vacation in Canad'a. They plan to visit in Peicton and Nelson. B.C. and other points. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Goltiani (Gloria Ferguson) and son, Tony, left yesterday for their home in Cotati, Calif., after spending a week wih Mrs. GoItiani's pavente, Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Jones of Spokane entertained at ,their Silver Lake home over the holiday. Guests were Dr and Mrs. Samuel Sa, py of Med- ical Lake, Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Flherty of Spokane, and their three laughters, Iathleen, Te- resa and Linda. SAVING IS EASY Finding it dificult to save? A pinless, profitable habit is the purchase of Series E bonds throulh the payroll savigs p.lan at work or the bared a month pla where you bank. Why ,nat try it and see how easily your maney adds up. For AI I ' Your Printing Needs Printed in BOSTON LOS ANGELES LONDON Cheney Free Press i I JOB'S DAUGHTERS CAMP OVERNIGHT AT WILLIAMS LAKE Bethel 17 of Job's Daughters held an overrJght ouling July .at Williams Lake with 20 members present. Swimming, boating and camping was en- joyed. Phns were made for a car wash on Saturday and a dance in he Ci,ty Ihll before school starts. The last bethel meeting be- fore summer recess was held last week. Reports were given on the grand sessims in Seat- tle by the 10 girls who at- tended. A gift was presented to Mrs. N. A. Corditl, the olap- erone. Special guests were six ntembers and two chaperones from the Bethel at Federal Way, which is near Seattle. The annual father-daughter banquet was set for the first Fall meeting on September 8. Society Taps Pair GIen L. and Ken Dobbins, Rt. 2, Cheney, have been named to membership in the American Milking Shorthorn Society recently, Ray Schooley, secretary of the society, has ann,ounced. CHURCH NEWS METHODIST Rev. and Mrs. Howard Pitts will be honored width a wel- come reception this Sunday in the church youth center at 2 p. m. The women's society, sponsors, will serve refresh- ments, with Mrs. Francis Kuehl, Mrs. Mae Van Seoyoc and Mrs. Carl Hendricks in clarge. UNITED Rev. ,and Mrs. Charles Ditt- mar w be hormred at a fare- weI1 reception at the home of Mrs. William J. OrIob July 20 fom 7 to 9:30 p. m. Mr. Ditt- mar has resigned as minister and will lavel this summer before going to live on the Coast. i CHRISTIAN-  The church board of direct-i ors will meet Tueshy at 7:30 i p.m. ! The yearly conventor of Spokane arei Christian church- es was held last week ,t Six>-: kane. Several membevsh om i Cheney attended. Rev. Ray l Hartling, one of the speakers, I was 'a ,dinner. guest of Mr. and i Mrs. James Blackshaw Tlm- day before the closing sessions. Rev. ,and Mrs. Dod Ross :arid Mrs. James. Blksha.r servg as cotmsels at m! this week at Zephyr Lodge on Liberty Lake. BAPTIST The church will sponsor a special series of song and pray- er services at the Cheney nurs- ing h)me beginni.rg, tomorrow at 1:30 to 2:30 p. In. Pastor Amick Champe is conducting the service. Plans axe being comped for vacatioz Bible school to be held July 20 through July 31. Mrs. Joyce Champe, the princi- pal, will be assisted by several qualified Bible school teachers. Also, two missionaries wilt be here t:o help. They will confluct special Bible study for the chil- dren and have supervised rec- reation, son, gs 'and handicraft projects. ChiMren from 4 years old through 16 may enroll. A potluck picnic wiI1 be held July 26 at the church ground.s at noon after Sunday morning service. After the picnic there will be group singing of relig- ious som4gs from 2 to 3 o'cleck. Sophia Duereleson will be guest speaker at the church Sumtay evening at 7 o'clock. Her topic call be, "Value of Training Union." THE CHRISTIAn SCIENCE mOnITOR Accurate Complete News Coverage i Year $24 6 Months $12 3 Months $6 Clip this advertlsemont and serum it with your check or money order to: Tho Christion Science Monitor One Norway Street Boston, Moss. 02115 PB-16 MR. AND MRS. DENNIS EARL REETZ ICHENEY NATIVE Death Takes I WILL DELIVER Funeral services SUNDAY SERMON July 2 in for Oliver A. Dr. Curtis D. Rudolf will be er of Joel Wilcox the guest preacher at the Unlit- who died June 29. ed Church of Christ Sunday. Dr. Rudolf is the minister- PARENTS VISITED director of the Seien, ce of Mind Church of Religious Sci- Mrs. W. A. en,ce in Los Angeles. He is the daughter, Kathy, rel ,author of "Your Thoughts Can 2 from a weeks Cha, n,ge Your Life," and other p,arents, Dr. and books. 3'[ills at Wall, S. D. Ile is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rudolf. He grew up in the LANGTONS SELL Cheney area. His life and work HOME TO as a profeional actor, teach- Dr. and Mrs. or, and now minister, have led Langton and him to many cities in the Unit- ed States and presently to Los moving to Tacoma, Angeles. their home to Dr. Robert Thompson Friends who wish to meet dren of Seattle. Dr. and he:dr him are invited to will be Dean of morning worship at the United Pacific Lutheran Church of Christ, th and F Dr. Thompson, Streets, at 11 a.m., Sunday. from the in:gto,n, will he,ad Thomas Whiffield mattes department Honored By Church Washington State With Special Award Thomas Whitfield, member of Scout Troop 56, Cheney, was presented the God and C)untry Award ,at the worship service of the United Church of Christ !on June 28. A candidate for this award nmst have obtained first class rank and be in good standing as a member of Be7 Scouts of AMA SEAL America. The candidate is re- ACCEPTANCE quired to study and under- ,'.tand the faith of his church, ABANDONED IN and to experience his witness O..4 ]um,e-to-house LISCHKA STYER, ALFORD REETZ to that faith. He is required iady recentlystoted EXCHANGE VOWS AT PALOUSE to learn ,of ,his Church's out- *om,,,r',, ,,,*,,,eti*, 'reach, to engage himself act- "approved by Hw, A IN CHRISTIAN CHURCH RITE ively in Caristian felowsthip, Medical .4ssoeiati, Miss Lisc hka Janene Styer ,and to render si,gnkficant ser- the .4MA_ grant became the bride of Dennis punch, and Mrs. Janet Styer vice to his church, pro,.ol? Earl Reetz June 27 at a seven p.euring co,ffee. Cindy and This exten.ive course of study and training in church- A. No. In 1955 the o'clock ceremony in t:he Chris-Becky Styer helped with the manship is conducted by the Medical Associ tian church at Palouse, W'sh., guest book and Mrs. Dorothy nounced that the with the Rev. John M. MeCl,Ure Styer .and Mrs. Donna Styer minister of the scout s church, of individual drugs, officiating, had charge of the gifts. V:hitfield completed his vork vices and cosmetics, under the supervision of the stowing the seal of The bNde is the daughter , on such products of Mr. :and Mrs. Gerald R. Relief Corps Plans ]Rev. C. A. Dittmar, mini,s.ter of the U.C.C., who certi,fied abandoned in favor ofj evidence of the Styer of Route 4, Spokane. Picnic Wednesdav Ithat Tom had fulfilled all .the of groups or classes Mr. and Mrs. Alford L. Reetz I requirements for the award acts. For example, S: of Marshall are the bride- To Note BLrthdav ] outlined by the Protesant time ago the AMA groom's parents. The bride wore a floor- The GenerallGeorge Wriilt Committee on Scoutin!g. an opinion re length, White satin, delustered. Woman s Relief Corps No: 8/{ 'At the award presentation creams containing peau de sol gown width a lea, g- Auxiliary to the Grand Army ] ceremony, representatives of but made no sleeved lace covered bodice." of the Republic, Inc., will hold Troop 56 and scout committee- creams.ific brands of man Kenneth McCall were Her white tulle elbow length a no-host picnic in Sutton Bark, presenL Also presn his veil was attached to a crown of Wednesday, celebral',m the seed 'pearls. She carried white 71st birthday of the eops, parents, Dr. and Mrs. Ra3mond Send questlon, roses with a detachable or- founded July 15, 1893. Fmnil- Whitfield. P.O. eox l174, Louisvil!o chid in the center, ies anld friends are invited. MEDICAL LAKE NEWS We maintain'full Miss Pat Reynolds, cousin of Ladies, can youn pound a Mr..and Mrs. Levi Shere of reseription the professional the bride, was maid of honr, nail straight? Bring your ,ham- Portland and Miss Jacqueline penso them prompti She wore a sleereless, orchid, mers and enter the nail-pound- Weide visited the H. C. Bowers and the epntallon ta satin, peru de sole gown with Iing contest, over the Fourth of July weqk- ,t reasonable vriees. an orcd ltqgt. ...... Roy Lotto, 7 5th St., will wel- the Harry Bowers' visited the Send medieal Brde:smaids, Miss Theresa come information as to the Hilmar Malta and Byron /o Chen Z,e '# Stain and Miss Then Slyer,, whereabouts of descendemts Shults amilies a% Piest sister of the bride, also ware of charter members of the River. orOhid satin gowns with mah- corps. The corps would like ing headpieces. They carried to , pictures of these white bouquets, charter members and will ap-  Best man was Wayne Weber preeiate information regard- of Cheney and ushers were ing these pioneer families. Fred Sunderman aml Richard Charter members were: Mar- Comstoek of Spolvane. ella E. Cook, Frances Switzer, E 5"6 Mrs. Styer chose a beige and Lucy J. Manier, Catherine L. W.H. Wester white lace covered ensemble Levee, Miss Annie Levee, with white accessories for her Emily V. Harris', Mary DuBois, dughter's weddir, g. The Jennie Mclntire' Mary A. Me- I groom's mother wore a pale Dowell, Mary A. Spangle, green lace topped chiffon Laura E. Tyler, Marietta E. sheath wih tiered skiN. Gri'ffth, Mrs. Janes Plaster, A reception was held in the Mary Smith, and Susie E. Hat- J church social room wth Mrs. ris. I Helen Cdqnstock, .aunt of the Please write or call Mrs. bride, in charge. Lotte if you have information SUrOT use THOUOH UtTm ] Others assisting were Mrs. concerning these Charter! coulr OOarAIOS 1 Ann Styer, who cut the cake; inembers or their families. Mrs. Carole Styer, serving the Phone: 235-6656. II you Know what's good ,,', Jewelers ] I,or YOU, HELP WANT CUt it OUt! The City ofhe r ---] ..... -----_ accepting apl . To: The President s Council I '" on Physical Fitness ' a phone and radio %  Washington, D.C. 20548 I t I Sinceone-third of our nation's youth is physically IS ing service for : unfit, please send me your free leaflet to help t evaluate the youth fitness program of my child's i Police and Fire l I Name I Hours, after 5 p. m. to 8 a. m. and I A,.o.. i Beginning Sept. 1 I c,,, I Contact City Clerk, Roy [ Norm Hove or Elmer Luiten Zone State [ City of y !-- ............. _I I