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Page 4 Chancy Free Press NEWLYWEDf--Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Osthelier were mar- tied recently in Zion Lutheran Church, Fairfield. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Del Hoffman, Spangle. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ostheller, Fair- field. The couple are making their home in Seattle. FAREWELL PARTY GIVEN DITTMARS AT ORLOB HOME On the evening of July 20 a farewell party honoring the Re. and Mrs. Charles Dittmax was held .at the kome of Mrs. W. J. Orlob. Refreshment tab!es were arranged in the patio gardens of the Orlb home and the adjoi1ing patio of the W. S. Bernards. Mem- bers of the United Church off Christ and other Cheney friends of the Dttmars came to greet them durir, g the eve- ning. A generous monetary gift was presented to the honor guests from the members of the church. Rev. Dittmar is cormiuding his ministry here and he 'and Mrs. DRtmar will leave Gheney August 15 for several months of travel. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Or- lob were Mrs. W. S. Bernard, Mrs. Donald F. Pierce and Mrs. Roland Lewis. Pouring at the refreshment tables dur,g the evening were Mrs. Ed Dales, Mrs. William Mobs, Miss Min- nie WittenbaCh, Mrs. F. L. Rat. cliffe, Jr., Mrs. W. L. les, Mrs. Ed Doten, Mrs. Veo Small, Mrs. Ernest MacMi, llan, i Mrs. Sam Braaten, and Mrs. I Joseph Chatburn. Yming I people also a*ssisti, ng were Sherrie orlb, JoEtta Iwis, i Alonna Chatburn, Wesley and Douglas Orob. Paulsons Return After Vacation Trip Mr. and Mrs. Jolm, Paulson Linda and Win returned Sat- urday evening from a two: week trip that ircluded visits in Colorado, Minnesota, Iovca a ld the Dakotas. At Fort Collins, Colo., they visited Mrs. Paulson's sister, Mrs. J. T. Strate. The Strates vcill leave soon for a :o-year stay in Assuit, Egypt, where Strate, who retired this spring from Colorado State Univer- ,sity, will teach engineerin under the A. I. D. A. progrmn at Assuit university. The program is jointly spon- sored by the U. S. government and the Egyptian gevermnent. In Rockwell City, Iowa, the Paulsons visited a nephew, Robert Ituey, and family. They visited l[rs. Paulson's brother, S. H. Huey, and fam- ily in Mivmeapolis. While in Minneapolis they attended the golden wedding celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Pau, lson, uncle of John. This wa also a family reunion as seven of the eight brothers ,and sisters off John were present. En route rome they spent some time ia North Dakota with Paulson's brothers and sisters at Langdon, Cavalier and Wflliston, and with friends at Devil's Lake, their farmer home. SHERRY FIFIELD TO WED SUNDAY Miss S&erry Fifield and Mr. Jerry Broaden have set their weding for Sunday in the Spo- kane Critral Bapti ctmreh at 2 p.m. The bride, a native of Cheney, i the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fifield. Miss Carmen Carter To Wed August 16 Mis Carme Carter, bride- elect of Edward Sormeborn Jr., has ,been widely entertained with pre.nuptial parties in Che- ney and Medical Lake. They kave set their wedding for August 16 in the chapel at Fairchild AFB, fobwed by a reception. Miss Carter, daugh- ter of Mr. and .Mrs. C. C. Car- ter, will receive .her B.A. de- from EWSC 6. Friday, July 31, 1964 ROLAND LEWISES ENTERTAI N WITH PATIO PARTY Dr. and Mrs. loland Lewis entertained with a series of three patio dinner parties for the education division of the summer faculty at Eastern Washington State college. July 15 their guests were Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Patmore, i Dr. arid Mrs. William Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stred- wick .and the following visiting instructors: Mr. and Mrs. Webb Anderson of Spokane, Dr. and Mrs. Aurlo Bonney and Robert Sethre of Seattle, Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Nelson of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Peters of Tucson, Ariz., Dr. Satnam Mahmud of Pakistan, and Dr. Dorothy Mugge, Long Beach, Calif. Guests July 22 were Dr. and Mrs. Glen E. Mater, Dr. and Mrs. Ben Taylor, Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Whitfield, D,r. and Mrs. John Casey, Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard KiIgsly arid Mr. and Mrs. Ray Krebshach mxl visit- ing instructors Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Dart of LOs Angeles, Dr. and Mrs. Victor Kelly of Tuc- I son, Mrs. Louise Hyatt off Bend, i Ore., and Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Geoffray, Tempe, Ariz. They entertained July 29 for Dr. Loretta Fretwell, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Engel, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Reid, Dr. and Mrs. J. Chatburn, Dr. and Mrs. Wil- liam McDonough, Dr. and Mrs. N. W. Newsom, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Surbeck and visiting instructors Dr. and Mrs. Frank Gorow, Long Beach; Mrs. Ber- niece Let, Seattle; Dr. and Mrs. J. Holliday, California; Dr. aId Mrs. Court Williams, Bellingham; and Dr. and Mrs, Louis Garmize, Miss Judy Mc- Elvain and Mr. and Mrs. Lyn- ton Piatt all of Pullman. Jody Reitmeier Honored With Bridal Shower Miss Jody Retmeier, bride- elect of William Crippen, was honored at a shower July 21 given by ,MAss Leslie Heideck- er arid lVILs Dawn Tavener. Guests, ch.nnates off Miss Reitmeier, were as follmvs: Kathy Deiniinger, Pat Htg.hes, Gait Carmichael and Judy Drol- finger. July 28 Mrs. Elmer Conley, assisted by Mrs. 15brier Reit- meier and Mrs. Isabel Hayes, entertained with a neigh',ber- hood shower. Guests were Mrs. Harry Reit- meier, Mrs. John Reitmeler, Mrs. Herman Cruse, Mrs. Ruth Davis, Mrs. Wi.'llMm Clam o, Mrs. George Radka, Mrs. Kir- by Sooy, Mrs. Neff Humbert, Rae Ann Radika and Karl Arm Cruse. The wedding is to be held Saturday at 7:30 p. m. in the Jefferson Street Christian church, Spokmae. JOHN WILSON TAKES BRIDE John L. Wilson, son of Mr. .and Mrs. Victor L. Wilson, and Miss Mari Ziogler were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony at Boston June 9. The bride, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. ell Ziegler of Yorktown, New York, is a graduate vf Tufts UniversRy, Med, ford, Mass. Wilson, who was .an honor i student in the Cheney schools, is a graduate student at Har- vard. The couple ,are malting their hme at 8 Pi.ymoukh St., Apt. 22, Cambridge, Mass. PICNIC PLANNED Montana Richhnd Cou residents of the Spokane area xvill hold their ammal picnic Stnday at 1 p. m. in Cannstoek Park ,at Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. !John Ditton of Oheney are chairmen of the event. Marsh Picnic Set The annual picnic of th, Marsh families off Chancy, Spokane and this area, will be held n Manito Park Aug. 9 It is expected that 100 will at- tend. CLUB NEWS Grandmothers club held  picnic at the Wm Bryan home July 23. Special guests were Mrs:. Dora Cmady and Mrs. Gertrude Cameron. R was reported that a surprise fare. well .party had been given fr Mrs. F. Grimmett hst week. The Gri,mmetts have moved to Spokane. ANNUAL PEO PICNIC Members of P. E. O. held their annual B. I. L. picnic Wednesday evening on the patio of the John Panlson home with Mr. :,and lLrs. Paul- son and the Roy. mad Mrs. C. A. Dittmar as ,hosts. More than 40 members, husbands mad guests attended NewArrivals Ne Rev. and Mrs. Eugene E. Ross are the parents of a daughter, born July 23 in Dea- coness hospital, Spokane. The baby weighed 61/2 pounds and has been named Misehell Dawn. She joins a brother, Donald, and sister, Cheryl, at the home here, Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher (Peggy Harr),announce the birth of a daughter on July 18 at Bridgeport. The baby, named Diane Allison, joins two brothers, Stephen arid Da- vid, at the home in Bridgeport. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harr of Cheney. CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN The Christian church will hold its annual picnic in Sut- ton Park August 9 at 1 p. m. All members are to bring their own dishes and food. The Christian church Wom- en's Fellowship zone meeting was .held last week in the Country Homes church at Spo- kane. Going from here were Mrs. Donald Ross, Mrs. Elmer Marsh, Mrs. Roy Lotte, Mrs. Glen Dobbins and Mrs. James Black, haw. The Rev. George Alien of the EWSC Campus Christian Foundatio,n was the guest speaker. The Christian church board of directors will meet on Tues- d,ay evening. The Women's Fellowship missionary unit will meet 2hursday afternoon. Mrs. Dona,ld Ross is spend- ing this week in Eugene, Ore., atten4irg the nationa'l music workshop of the Disciples of Musicians Association sessions. BAPTIST The Cheney Baptist church spoIsored two weeks of revi-i val meetings July 17 through! July 26. Good 'ttendance for the meetings was reported. A picnic dinner was eld on the chuh grounds after Sunday service. A singspiration was held Sunday afternoon. A duet was sung by pastvr Champe and wife, Joyce. Mrs. W. R. Berg- lofff road her new original poem "Serenity.', There was a special selection by the Reed trio of the DiMzman Baptist church. Miss Mrgo Lisenbee sang a sacred hymn and there was group singing of favorite hymns. Danny Coker, pastor and gospel singer; sang a solo in his deep t,hern s*yle. Vacation Bible school will be in progregs throughout ,this week. Tonight t 7 o'clock there will ,be an  house o view the chdldrehs projects, art work Bible Study verses and bookletS. 'At 7:3'0 the Bible sckool eqmecement exerds- es Will be held. JODY REITMEIER RITE SATURDAY Invitaons are m the mail for the wedding of Miss lady Reitmeier arm W'dam L. Crip- pen in the. Spokane Jefferson St. Christian churc,h Saturday evening. The bride-elect's step- brother will perform the cere- mony. He is the Rev. Delbert Elliott, pa,stor of the church. LODGE NEWS Martha Clapter of Eastern Star will tmld a picnic in Sut- ton Park on Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. Members mad their fam- ilies are to bring their own dishes and entertaimaent is in carge of Mr. and Mrs. Harold PerMell, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Gal- loway and John Van Brunt. MRS. SUMSION VISITS FRIENDS Mrs. Byrd Su,msion of St. PeterSburg, Fla., and Mlrs. Merl Stubb of Moscow visited the Lea Zimmerman and Don MaeQuarrie fam:dies and other Cheney friends. Enroute here, Mrs. Sumsion spert five weeks at E1 Paso, Texas, with her daugtRer, Mrs. Ralph Rowley (Alene SumMon) and family. She .also viMted another daugh- ter, Mrs. Robert LindaM (Cheryl SumMon) at Othello. JEFF MARTIN VISITS Jeff Martin of Paseo was a guest hst week of David Stahl, born. HINKLEYS HAVE GUESTS Mrs. John F. Judge and cdl- dr,err of Hastings, Minn:, have been visiting her parents, Mr. ! and Mrs. Albert W. Hineldey. HANRAHANS RETURN FROM COAST Mr. and Mrs. lbert H rah, an and sons, Dan and Casey, returned Thursday from a six- week vacation at Port Town- send. At two or three months, the child .should get its first shot for diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus and pMio. I'" ' Wednesday their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rezeau Ptotts of I Edwatl. On Sunday Mrs. Con- I ley ,and Mrs. Plotts visited Mac McCarty in a Spokane to the National Scout Jam- boree at Valley Forge, which tasted for several weeks. A trip was taken to Washington, D. C., where they we,re wel- comed by Congressman Wa,lt tioran. They wen. to New York City and the World's Fair, Mount Vernon, and visited the Statue of Liberty. Mrs. Byrd Sumsion from St. Petersburg, Fla., spent a day in Cheney ast weekend as 6inner guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Zimmermal and Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Linddhl. She was :traveling with her daughter, Mrs. Bob Lindabl, Othello, uest of Mr. LinLdahl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lindahl. Mrs. Etta Presnell has as house guests Mr. and Mrs. Les- ter Binder. Portland. Mr. and Mrs. John Banks enter*ained as house guests a few dass last week their son, Jack and his fiancee, Miss Ber- ln Htmay, Scathe. This week the Banks have their grandson, Bruce Banks Jr., Eugene, Ore., as a guest. Mrs. Cecil Judd and Mrs. W. R. Bergloff visited Cecil Judd in Holy Family Home hosvital in Spokane last week, where he is recuperating. He welcomes visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fergusen are spend4ng a few weeks in Ca]4forrnia and Texas. They will visit their sa, Stewart, who is in the Navy, stationed in Corpus Christi. Mr. and Mrs. Etmer Conley entertained as house guests last week Mr. and Mrs. Mel- berd Meyer from Bus,hnell, Ill. A tour was made to Coulee Dam, Park Lakes and the Co- lumbia Basin. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ball re- turned Wednesday after a week's stay at Loon Lake with their son, Dick Ba and ram- fly from Everett. On Sunday they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Harry King and sons for a day's outirg on Coeur d'- Alone. Mrs. Holgar Henden return- ed home from a five weeks visit with her son, John Hen- don, Los Altgeles, Saturday. Mrs. Jennie Loomer and two children left this week for a visit with her brother, John Henden, Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Lefebvre entertained s guests his broth- er and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Lefebvre, Longview, for the weekend. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Leon TaLouse fro Yakima 4sited. Rebekah arid IOOF lodges held a summer picnic in Sut- ton Park for families and friends, and more than 60 at- tended. Mrs. Edwin Reed enter- ed as house guests the past two weeks her brother, C. W. Nelson, of New Jersey, and her son, Capt. Edwin Reed, who is stationed in New Jersey. Mrs. Reed and her son have beea entertained by Fairchild AFB Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gal- personnel, with whom she loway and daughters and Mr. works:, and Mrs. C. lesson and family are spending this week in Can- ada on a campiag trip throtgh Banff, Lake Louise, Alberta and British Columbia. Mrs. A. B. Cutting returned over the weekond from a week's vacation spent on the coast. While there she was a house guest of a sister, Mrs. Carl Wheeler. The Methodist Church held a coffee hour Sy to honor Mrs. Ernest Parker and Mrs Shirley Atwood, members of the choir who are leaving Cheney to teach. Mrs. Isabelle Hays of Spo- kane was a Sunday d, inaer guest .of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conley. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hendricks were guests a few days last week Of Mr. and Mrs. Frmaes Kueht at their Priest Lake cot- tage: . Mr. and Mrs. Jin Grief and Mr. and Mrs. Merl Stiffler spent several days hat week at Priest Lake to ather huckaeberries. Miss Martha Dressier, stu- dent ,at the University of Wash- ington, returned hat week to spend the summer here with her mother, Mrs. Graham Dressier, dean of women at EWSC. Dick Rees, who has been in a Spokane hespLal after sur- gery, has returned to his home and is recuperatirng nicely. A party of Ciheneyites vis- ited Palouse Falls State Park last week for a picnic mid sightseeing *our. Going were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cey, Mr. and Mrs. Roydal Conley, Mrs. Iuise Pittman ad Mr. and Mrs Tom Matney. Mr. atd Mrs. Ken Conley entertained as Tuesday dinner guests, Mr. ,and Mrs. Jack Phil- leo .and two daughters. On Mr. and Mrs. Chris Betz en- tertained on Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ellis and Mrs. GeOrge FA'tis of Spokane. Last week their guests were Mrs. Ruth Kirk .of Portland and her brother, Bil4 Reter, Spo- kane. Bat& are natives of Che- hey and they made their home here during their schogl days. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reuter an- n.ounce the weddirg of their daughter, Katherine, to James Ston of Spokane. The bride is the granddaughter of Fred and Nellie Reuter, pioneers of Cha- ncy, .and distant relatives of Benj,amin P. Cheney, for vlmm the ,town was n.arned. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer LuRen spent the. weeekend in Seattle as guests of their son,, Gerry. They returned by way of Ritz ville to see :his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luiten. Mrs. Dora Canady, former- ly of Cheney, now living in Vtashougal, is visiting 'here this week with Mrs. Mary Mad- dux and Mrs. Elmer Marsh. Mr, ,ad Mrs. Clarence Bver returned over the weekend from a man*h-long vacation through nine states'. They ited with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Straley at Kimball, Nob., and toured historical sights in Colorado, New Mexico, Ne- braska, Montana and Wyo- ming. Going ,from there to Hauley Lake, Ariz., they were guests of her sister, Mrs. Rus- sell Draper. En ou,te home they came through Page, Ariz., to tour Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell and the Rainbow Arch bridge, Vginia City in Nevada, Las Vegas, Boulder Dam ,and Oregon nts. John Montague, an Eagle Souts, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Montage, re'- rived home Sunday from his trip with Washington scouts Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. CHENEY Public Ice Cream Social Friday, July 31, 6:30 to 10 p. m. (In case of rain, Sat., Aug. 1) PAULSON YARD, 7TH & UNION 35 CENTS PER PERSON ! Ice Cam, Homemade Cakes, Coffee, Lemonade. ;. Cke by V4's, Va's or whole. Bring Your Neighbors and Guests Benefit United Church of Christ Bldg. Fund iY 24-31 nursing home and gave him a dessert party for the 22 pa- tients timre. Afterwards he came with them to the Cheney Nursing Ilome to live. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Blach]ey and son from Cahfornia have been guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Billeshach, the past week. A family dinne was .he[d in Spokane Saturday evening at the ,home of Mr. and Mgs. Morris Slavens. Going from here were Mr. and Mrs. Billesbaeh, Mr. ,and Mrs. Blach- ley and Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Slavens. Mrs. E. J. Ross of St. John is spending this week here a,t the home of her son, Rev. Eugene Ross. Mrs. Raymord Pitts from E1 Paso, Texas, pe,nt the past week as a guest of her sn, ruing pool and lick luncheon Joe Spuler afternoon. Callers Mrs. Emily Coble of Mont., her sister, man .of Tyler, and Swegle of Cheney Charles Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. St. Paul, Minn., ha' iting the George Mr. and Mrs. Lea Karen and Kelly from t Calif., xisited Mrs. Frazer and Mrs. George Fisher. SPEED YOUR WITH A Rubber Rev. Howard PLtts,. Mrs. D. G. Jerue spe:nt two days this week in Colville as at a guest of her cousha, Lloyd Ronald. Florence Rue joined her sister-in-law, Mrs. Verna Rue, Entiat, and a nephev, Ken Criffith, for a circle tour of north Idaho, afterwards they were ,overn,igb2t guests of Miss Rue. Relatives of Mrs. Cavolne Spuler of Coeur d'Al.ene, St. John, Lamont and Spokane ad- mired he new Cheney swim- FOR SPEEDY DIRECT FR01t Cheney Free Widner's Beauty will be closed August 8 to 25 Closed for Medical Treatment of knee injury Clearan Sale Starts July 31 MEN'S TIES, Val'ues to $2.50 ................ NOW MEN'S WORK SOCKS, O. D. Wool and Cotton, Reg. 59c .............. NOW 3/$i MEN'S SWIM SUITS ................................ Discount MEN'S SHORT-SLEEVED T-SHIRTS AND SWEAT SHIRTS ...................... Discount WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT WOMEN'S NATIONALLY ADVERTISED JACKETS AND SKIRTS ................................................ Discount WOMEN'S COTTON CAPRIS .................. Discount WOMEN'S MESH STOCKINGS Reg. 98c ................................................ NOW WOMEN'S GIRDLES AND PANTIE GIRDLES ............................ NOW V WOOLITE, $1.50, per can ........................ NOW 98 WOMEN'S BLOUSES, Values from $2.98 to $6.98 ................................ Now WOMEN'S SHIFTS and Fancy Dresses (sizes 6 to 16) .................. WOMEN'S TWO-PIECE DRESSES (sizes 8 to 16) .................................... Discount WOMEN'S SPORT SKIRTS (small sizes) ............................... :. ....... Discount WOMEN'S BATHING SUITS .................. Discount WOMEN'S BERMUDAS, Values from $4.98 to $7.98 .................................... Discount SHOE DEPARTMENT MEN'S DRESS SHOES AND LOAFERS - Not all sizes or colors Values to $15.95 ................................ CLOSI WOMEN'S SHOES, Values to $7.95 .................................... Now MEN'S DEPARTMENT MEN'S SUITS, Values from $42.50 to $69.50 ............................................ Discount MEN'S SPORTCOATS, Values from $24.95 to $45.00 ........................ Discount MEN'S STRAW HATS, Values from $3.98 to $4.98 ............................ Discount MEN'S SUMMER JACKETS .................... Discount 20I MEN'S CORDUROY JEANS AND SLIMS, Values to $5.95 ............ Discount SELECTION OF MEN'S SHORT- SLEEVED SPORTSHIRTS .............. Discount SELECTION OF MEN'S HOSE Values to $1.50 .................................... Discount 20 MEN'S WHITE AND COLORED DRESS SHIRTS, Values to $4.50, .... Va Price