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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 16, 1965 MR. AND MRS. PAUL HENDRICKSON--Miss Marcene Fiikke and Paul Hendrickson were united in marriage Sunday, June 13, in the Emmanuel Lutheran church with the Rev. Clair Grube officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Flikke. MRS. ARTHUR L. DAVIS was Adele Hubbard, daughter of Mrs. Ella Hubbard of Spokane. The wedding, a double ring ceremony, took place in the Knox Presb Adele Hubbard Is Bride Of Arthur L. Davis A, dele Hubbard, daughter of lYirs. Elh Hubbard of Spokane, became the bride of Arthur L. IIavis of Sacramen*o, Calif"., in a (louble ring ceremony at the Knox Presbyterian church in olae recently. The bride, a former resident of Cheney, wore an overdress o peau de sole which opened down the front to reveal a full iertgth dress of hce. She car- tied ,a bouquet of white roses and stepbanutis. Attendant to the bride was .Mrs. F, arl F_li,ot of Ehrata, who wre an empire dress of muted blue. She earned a bou- quet of pink roselxtds and white carnations. Richard Seek of Carmic:haei, Ca.tit., as best ma. The bride yeas given: in mar- tinge by a brother, Elvoy Hub- hard, of Spokane. Ushers were  brothers'of the bride: LoweU Hubbard of PaIlman, Roger Hubbard and Floyd Hubbard, both of Rem- t0 and Neal Hu*bbard from ,terian church in Spokane. i CHURCH NEWS METHODIST The Methodist ohurch boned o,f dLrecCors met Tuesday eve- ning to ,hear the report of the nominatirtg committee, and elect officers. It was reported the WSCS school of missions would :be held at Whitworth College, the week of July 19. Delegates will attend from here. Twinlow camp in Idaho was open June 15 and wRl con, tinge through Aug. 21. Men of the ,church are urged to attend the Laymen's tt'a.Uy at Whitworth clege in Spo- kane Aug. 28-29. The ehuh services and Sun,chy school will observe va- cation the last two Surtdays of August when the pastor, Rev. Howard Pitt, s, and fa.nily will take a vacation. LODGE NEWS The Grandmothers club will bold a potIaek picme in Sutton park Thursday, July 22, t roon. Members arid friends ,ave welcome to attend. Palm Springs, Calif. IOOF l:oa,m ,n mh,t, 'akima, arid Mrs. Ray Wilson Jbot h 1-,- n -,,ff-- , ,n (WiIrdfred) from Seattle pro- Iju" 25-t'i'.m.  ............ Sided at the reception table. ] "" " The wedding ocoasioned the MISSOURI PICNIC first time in 24 years that a the of Mrs. Hbbard have been together. M_vs. Mark ttatcliffe, long- time friend of the Hubbard family, was orgmiist. Diane Lusohev of Spokane saxtg Yon- man's Through the Years, and Wectding Praer by Dtmlap. The newlyweds are iving in SaePamaento. ROYAL NEIGHBORS PICNIC oyM Neighbors lodge wiU lmid a potluck picmc in Sutton Park Monday, July 19, at 1 p. m. The husband,s are invited arm will be entertained with cards. ATTEND CALGARY STAMPEDE Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hoopin- garner returned last Saur6ay night from a trip in Canada. They attended the Stampede at Calary. The .annual Missouri Fie'hie of the In,land Empire, wi be held in Mature park on Sunday, July 25. A potluck picnic at ],2:30 will be followed by a program of singing with Bob BenCh of Great FaBs, Mnt., as song leader. The Melody Sing- ers will sing 'aztd the S'flve Spurs squanre ,dances  per- form. Games ad rides tot the children will be ,handlled by Mrs. Wiley Brown. Others on the committee are Mrs. W. R. Bergloff, president; Mr. and Mrs. Chrence Armsong, ,and Nobel Parker. Members and friends are invited. HANRAHAN WINS AWARD Dan Hanrahan as one of 57 students receiving a certificate of service for top performa, nce in courses and activities offer- ed at WSU's 33rd annual gh school summer cmp. His award was in fine arts. Floyd Cooks Attend Montana Wedding Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cook were Mr. and Mrs. Mel Breitsprecher and Daria from Los Alto, Calif., and Mrs. EmeIia Okert, Spo- kane. Mrs. Breitsprecher is Mrs. Cook's sister. Earlier in the week all attended a family get-together at the James T. Little cabin on Loon lake. Attend Wedding On Friday afternoon, Mr. !,and Mrs. Fl'oyd Cook and How- 'ard Foes went to Polson, Mont., where they attended the wedding of Miss Bonnie Viehmann to Gilbert Kim- brough. The wedding was July I0 at 2 p. m. at the Polson C hAstian church. Mrs. Cook cut the wedding cake and arranged flowers for the wedding. Mrs. Kimbrough was em- pl, oyed by Sarfeway for four years, while attending EWSC. This pa,st year she has been teaching English in the Che- h.alis high school. Both Mr arid Mrs. Kimbrough will be teaching in Chehalis the com- ing year. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cook .and Mr. Foes toured Gh- cier park before returning home. Mary Anderson Presents Class Mary Anderso presented a class of her music students in recital, at her home June 26. Playing were Nirta Hollo- way, accordian; Penny Hollo- way, guitar; both of Espanola; Patty Sloan and Oandy Clark each played pano numbers. A surprise guest musician was Lowell HoIloway in a 'group of accordan numbers. Special guests were Mrs. Katherine Holloway, Mrs. Jessie Clark, Mrs. E. Sloan arid Mr. and Mrs. L. Hillbriek of Medical Lake. Mrs. Dales Visits In Honolulu Mrs. E. L. Dales left Monday for Iawii to spend three weeks with the Lloyd Vande- Berg family. She will accom- pany the an,deBergs ome to Cheney arriving Aug. 3. Dr. VandeBerg has been teaching at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu the past one and one,half years. HOMER DAVIS VISITS Iomer Davis of Seattle, for- merly of Cheney and early gradteate of EWSC, stopped in Chen ey Thursday. He is in the education dents of Seat- tle schools and has served on the faculty at EWSC several summers. UNITED CHURCH PICNIC The annual fellowship picnic of the United Church of Chi'ist will be heid at non July 18th in Sutton park. All the church families and friends, are in- vited. Nch family is to bring its own lurmheon, coffee will be served. Recreation for youths and dults. Fun for all No speeches. DR. HANSENS HAVE SON Dr. and M.vs. Peter O. Han- sen of Juneau, Alaska are par- ents of .a son, Left Owen, born June 29. The baby weighed 8 pounds and 9 ounces. The Hansens also have a one-year old son, Erik. Dr. I-ansen hs been with the Juneau Clilfi'c since last September. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Roy ansen, of Cheney. 82ND BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mrs. Ethel Ryan celebrated her 82nd birthday July 9 with a ,coffee hour at 2 o'ctock at the Cheney Nursing 'home. Birthday cake and coffee were served by members of Kap Theta Phi to rtumerous friends i ,rtd relatives of Mrs. Ryan and to other patients .in the home. DRIVE TO NELSON Dr. arid Mrs. Dew Patter- son and daughter, Karen, and Mrs. N. W. Newsom drove to Nell_ n, B. C. Tuesday. NEW ARRIVAL' Mr. and Mrs. Lyle More- house announce the birth of a daughter, Denise Catherine, on July 7 in Renton, Wash. The baby joins a brother at the home. Mr. and Mrs. John Dit- ton .and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Morehouse of C:heney are the grandparents. NORTHWEST APPEALS Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sayter and daughter, Cindy and San- dy, of Denver left Wednesday morning after spen.din,g 10 days with Mr. Sayer's sister and family, the Wiam L. Wil- kersons and daughter, Diana. This was the Sayters first trip to the northwest, which they found impressive and appeal- ing. SMITHS RETURN Dr. and Mrs. Robe,it Smith and children, Mall, ory, Steph- en and Sue, returned to their home after spendirtg the past year in Seattle where Smith San Antonio, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd ltolladay were Saturday evenin.g supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Frost at Williams lake. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Banks of Spokane Valley spent Wednes- day evening with his parents, Mr..and Mrs. John Banks, who ,acre recovering from the flu. Bob Bartlett, son of Mr. and  Mrs. E. L. Bartlett, is spending the summer at W,aconda work- ing for his uncle, Lee Banks. Frances Hale and Debbie Salter, junior high school Camp Fire girls, are spending this week at Camp Sweyolakan. Mrs. Margaret Lordan from Seattle was  guest of her uncle ..and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Phillips, Sunday after- noon. Mrs. Jack Frost, fomer Che- ney residents now of Spokane, visited frien, ds here Wednes- day ,and Thursday. She was an overnight guest :of Mrs. Mary Ashworth Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry I-hmpton and Mrs. D. G. Jerue attended learned his doctorate at the the annual picnic of the Intand University of Washington. Mr. [ Empire Ass'n of OES past mat- and Mrs. Robert E. Jones and rons and patrons July 8, in four sorts, who occupied the Franklin park, Spokane. Smith home the past year have Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Berg- moved into the Bob Spanjer]laff entertained Thursday, home on the Spangle highway, i July 8, Choir son and wife, Mr. - and Mrs. Dick Be:rgloff, Spo- TWO WEEK VACATION [kane; Mrs. Itettie Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey and Mrs. Jack Rodick, Spokane; and two children are spend- Mrs. Edith Miller of Waverly ing two weeks on a camping land Miss Nonie Smart of IAnd. trip with her sister, Bernice i Mrs. Vince Banks rom Spo- Lish, and family. Afterwards lkane was a weekend guest of they will go to the coast for a Mrs. D. G. Jerue, hst week. few days. LEDBETTERS ENTERTAIN Monday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ledbetter were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith of Monroe, Wis. The Smiths are former em- ployees of Lakehnd Village. ATTENDS GRAND CHAPTER Mrs. D. G. Jerue returned last week from Seattle, where she attended the grand vhp- ter OES at Tacoma and was a guest of Ruth Craig, past gand matron, Bonnie Berth- leson of Spokane also was a house guest. F(fllowing the grand chapter sessions, Mrs. Jerue vsited-her son, Dr. Larry Jerue, and family a Mercer Isand for a week. SOOY FAMILY PICNIC The Sooy Picnic, an anual affair of the amiles related to Kirby Sooy of Cheney, was ,held Sunday in Sutton park with 50 present. Guests came from the coast, Spokane and Deer Park. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hollidajr .of Deer Park, Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Sooy Jr. and Mrs. Ivy Cordill were among the out ,of town guests who assist- ed irt arranging the pi(mi. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Lefebvre were hosts for a barbecue di'n- rter on their patio July 4. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vir- Bonk and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Hotgar Hertden. Mon- day, July 5, the same group were guests of the Virgil Berths. Mrs. Wilson Cree returned last week from Seattle, where she spent ,over two weeks as a guest of her daughter, Evelyn. Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardesty from San Diego are gues.s of their son-inqaw and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. H'eward Pitts, and three children. They plan to remain for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Garner ,of Olyma are spend. ing a few weeks here at their ome and on business. Mr. azld Mrs. John Van Bnt spent SurtdaY in Daven- port as guests of her cousins and other relatives. Mrs. A. B. Cutting spent sev- eral days last week in Mses Lake and was a house guest of Mr. ,and Mrs. Chris Johnson. Whie there she entertained at a ner party Friday ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Johnso.n. Fifteen relatives and friends were present. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Btmker land their guests, Mr. and ,Mrs. Herbert Hopper and children Menica, Billy nd Walter of WHY??? does ground beef cost more than hamburger? it's simple, quality ground beef is better! Don't Let Price Come Between You And Your Health! Two Week Field Trip Into B. C. Offered al E, W. $. C. A 2,990 mile field trip into central British Columbia and the Peace River area is being offered by EWSC this summer. The trip is part o.f an ad- van!ced geography course, but enrollment for credit is not necessary. Francis J. Schadegg, chair- man of the EWSC department of geography-geology, will lead the two,week trip which will leave Cheney Aug. 8 and re- turn Aug. 21. The trip will be made by private cars with fa- cilities for motels or camping en route. First Stop First stop on the tour will be at Kimberley, B. C., where after a two-night stay, the group will go to Reve'lstoke. From there, the touring group Have your next prescription fillled at Cheney Drug 410 First Street, Cheney Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Sooy Jr. from Port Townsend have been guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Sooy, and, his sister's family, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Holtiday and sons of Deer Park rtd other relatives at Amber and Spo- kane. Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball at- tended the business meeting and luncheon of the Spokane County Library Board of direct- ors. Mrs. Ball, who is secre- tary, is slowly recovering {rein a ,broken knee, but was able to attend this session. Mr. ,and Mrs. C. E. Bower entertained as weekend guests, Mr. ,arid Mrs. William Cheshier and three children from laple Valley. Mr. and Mrs. hd Hale and family entertained as Wed- nesday l'unheon ,guests, Mr. arm Mrs. Wesley Robertson aad two chiMren from Wilbur. Later in the afternoon callers were Mrs. Hugh Gard:rter and dau,hter, Judy, and Mrs. Gard- ner's father, Fred Rhodes of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. John Ditton 'have ,as house guests their daghter-in-h,w, Mrs. Leroy Ditton, ad children of Dalles, Ore. CHURCH PICNIC The Emmanuel Lutheran church congregation picrtic :will be held Tuesday, July 20, at 6:30 in Sutton ]ark. 4-H is an investment in fu- ture security. Boys and girls from 9 to 19 learn to be self- saifficient thix)ugh project 'work ranging frmn cooking ad sewirtg to photography ad electronics. goes to Kamloops via Vernon, then to Quesnel, with a side trip to Barkers ville. From Quesnel, the geog- raphy students will go to Prince George, l.hen Dawson Creek, with a side trip to the Peace River Project. From Dawson Creek, the route is to Edmonton, to Fort MeLeod, then to Lake McDonald via Waterton Lakes and Many Gl, a- ciers, then .back to Cheney, Schadegg said. Mining and Recreation Topics to be emphasized on the field trip in,elude mining and recreation in the Kimber- ley ,and Cranbrook, B. C. reg- McKeehan In Math James E. ant professor of at Eastern College is seven-weeks in mathematics teachers at Tulane The institute, ues through 30 port of the Foundation is ha,nce the t of college ularly those dents for careers school mathematics. applications of gebra are being in,g the Tulane ion; n, ational and aspects of the the Columbia River, study in the Canadian Study Selkir Study and mountain geography kirks is also part Travelers will see an Valley of British management of the River, the Prince George and ],and which is the almost "boom" the Peace River recent mineral and explorations Calada. Enrollment for limited to 30 effg said, with for credit havirtg Check the want advs. SPECIALS Men's Sport Shi Asst. long & short sleeve $2.00 Values to $5.00 50c Shoe Coupon F with your $10.00 cash Nylon Special Imperfects of Famous B 99c pr. Would be $2.50 We not only have OLD FASHIONED ERS at $3.98; But cool-cool SUMMER SHIFTS t SHORTS TO MATCH. 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