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lge 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, August 7, 1964 ) i, MISS JODY LOUISE REITMEIER AND WILLIAM L. CRIPPEN were united in marriage August 1 in candle light, double ring ceremony performed by the bride's step.brother, Rev. Delbert Elliott. Jody Reitmeier, William L. Crippen Wed In Double Ring Church Ceremony Miss Jody Lonise Reitmeier became the bride o William L. Crippen last Saturday eve- ring i.n the Spokane Jeffezson Street Christian clmrch. The candle fight, double ring cere- mony was performed by the bride's step-brother, Rev. Del- bert Etliott, in a setting of pink and white glaol The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white chartilly lace and taf- feta, styled with a long sleeve, scoop neckline, fitted bodice of lace. The bouffant skirt of taffeta, accented with a front lace panle, extended into a frill chapel train. A rosette cluster of pearls held the bouf- fant shoulder length veil and ,the carried whi'te yeses and stephanotis on a lace fan. Mrs. John Reitmeier, sister- in, hw of the bride, matron of ,honor, was attired in pnk chif- fon waltz length dress, a head piece of flowers held the short pink veil, and she carried a colonial bouquet of pink car- .nation and spmotis. The bridesmaids, attired like the matron of .honor, were Miss Leslie Heidecker and Miss Dawnelda Taven,ner. Candle- iighters were the bride's half- sister and brother, Roe Ann and Rod ladika, twins. The best man was Virgil Huber. I Ushers were John Reitmeier, Willi,am ttopkins, Jerry Phil- lips and Steve Weigel Jr. Musician was Mrs. Rex Barnes, who also accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Glen Dobbins. Attending the guest register" was Mrs. Nancy MeConnell; at; the gift table was Mrs. Delbert Etliott and Mrs. Steve Weigel. A reception followed in the church dining room, with Mrs. Elmer Reitmeier cutting and serving cake. Mrs. ]hner Con- ley poured the eolYee and Mrs. Michael McAtee served the punch. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reitmeier, was educated in Cheney schools. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Crippen, Hun- ter, Wash., is employed at the Utter ranch near Cheney, where the eotple will nmke their home after a honeymoon trip. SHERRY FIFIELD, JERRY LAVERNE UNITED IN MARRIAGE AT SPOKANE KENDELL REHN, SPOKANE MAN, WED IN CHENEY UNITED CHURCH RITES Miss Kendell Re hn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R0nald Rehn of Oheney, and Drue Andre, son .of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andre, Spokane, were umted in marriage last Saturday in the United Church of Christ of Cheney with the Rev. Char- los A. Dittmar officiating in a setting of yellow and white gladioli and spider mums. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white organza over taffetta, fashioned with a fitted bodice, tu,ll controlled bell floor !ength skirt. A wide band o{ Venice toint aee bordered te neck- line and encircled the waist, flowing from the waist to the floor and around the bottom of the top skirt and the chapel train. The veil of silk illusion was attached to a pill box hat of the lace and organza. She carried white obsidian or- chids, accented in yellow on ber mother and father's mar- riage service book. For some- thing old, the bride wore a bracelet of .her great great grandmother's and a handker- chief of a second cousin. Some- thing borrowed was a diamond drop necklace belonging to Mrs. Richard ASh. The lucky sixpence in her slipper was from Nancy Johnson. The maid of .honor, Miss Diane Miehaelsen, was attired in a floor length yel'ow chit fan gown, accented with a prirt inset .and bow in the back Her pill box hat ,gas adorned with a bubble of yel- low net. Bridesmaids were Miss Gwen Jackson and Miss Marilyn Day. Junor brides- maids were Gaff Michaelse:n arid Miy Kay Melville, all at- tired like the maid .of honor in yellow chiffon. Julie IIar- vey, the flower girl, and Mich- ael Harvey, ringbearer, child- ren of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harvey of Cheney, were pres- ent. Best man was George Ren- net of Spokane. Ushering were A1 Dew(od and Jmnes Moule, I Sherry Kay Fifield and Jerry Laverne Breeden were unitedin marriage last Sun- day afternoon in the Central Baptist Church at Spokane. The Rev. E. C. Madsen per- formed the eaRdleRght, double- ring ceremony in a setting of tall baskets of 9ink 'and white gladioli and white candlebras. The bride, given in marriage by 'her father, wove a floor length gown of chantilly lace, fashi'oned with fitted bodice, in basque style, sbrirm neck- h'ne and long sleeves. The bouf- fant skirt featured tiers of lace ruffles edged in sequins. Her shoulder length veil was attached to a pearlized floral bandeau arid she eaa'ried white carnations certered with pink rose buds on her wlte Bible. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Marj0rie Fifield wlo was attired in a turquoise dress overlaid with white lace and a white ,hat .nd accessor- ies, with a colonial bouquet of carnations centered with deep pink roses. The bridesnlaid, Karen Breeden, sister of the groom, wore an ensemble identical to the maid of honor. Flower girls Wendy Breeden and Snfly Fifieid were attired in plak dresses and carried white baskets of rose petals. BArgbearer was David Spuler, nephew of the groom. Bes man was Jo McGinris. Ush- ers were Larry Nielsen and Corr. oll Flcshsg. Musician was Mrs. F. C. Wright, who also accomparied the soloist, Miss PatNcia Hair. I-Iaing the guest book ws Mrs. Jerry Key. At the gift table was Donna McMurtrey. Oanle Rghters were ike and Jack Spuhler. Mrs. Fifield wre for her daughter's wedding an orchid mesh sheath dress with white accessories. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Breeden, wore a turquoise sheath dress with white accessories and both had corsages of white carnations centered with pink roses. A reception foltowed in the church fireside room, where l'Lrs. Kenneth Ward cut and served the weddin, g cake. Mrs. Dale Fifield poured coffee and Miss Patricia Fi.field served ptmch. Laes of the church marmged the receptiom The bride, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Wayne Ffiehl of Che- hey, is a graduate of Cheney high school and attended EW- SC. The bridegroom, son af Mr. and Mrs. Verne Breeden, Spokane, is a graduate of Col- ville High School and is serv- ing in the U. S. Navy at Long Beach, Calif., where the couple will make their home. He .has attended the Spokane Voca- tion!al School, was assistant at the Deer Park Gavae Refuge, and has over two years to serve in the Navy to complete his enlistment. Mr. and Mrs. Fifield and Mr. and Mrs. Breeden ave a re- hearsal buffet supper at the Breeden home following the wedding rehearsal Friday eve- ning, with 30 present. Stredwicks Leaving Saturday For East For Teaching Job Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stred- wick and Linda and Paul will leave Saturday for New Brit- ain, Conn., where Stredwick will be a sixth grade exchange teacher in the Vance school on the campus of Central Con- necticut State college for one year. Robert Fitzsimmons, ex- change teacher from New Britain, Conn., will teach sixth grade at the Campus school here. Stredwick explained the ex- charrge system provides addi- tiorml experience in teaching methods for the teachers. The Stredwicks, who are taking a month to make the trip to Connecthmt, are plan. ning to camp out the entire trip. En route they will visit Mr..ad Mr& P. L. Sarma at Grand Forks, N. D. Sauna, who was at EWSC one year, is an instructor ,at the University of North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne New- kirk and chiMren will occupy the Stredwick home fwr the year. Newkirk will teach in the economics department at EWSC. He 'has been on the staff at Oregon State College and tught economics ".in Len- isiana. He is completing his dctorate at Oregon State this summer. MRS. DRESSLER MOVI NG TO COAST Mrs. Graham Dressler and her daughter Martha have sold their home :here and will move to Seattle August 14 to make the'w hence in the University district. Mrs. Dressier, who has been dea of EWSC women for two years, and her late husband, Dr. Graham Dressler, came to Cleney in 1940 from Shelby- i vile, Ill. Dr. Dressier was on the EWSC faculty until kis death some years go. Their two dmghters are Mrs. William Plucker of Seat- te and Martha, a student the University of Washington. Mrs. Dresslev hs one grand- daughter, Lesfie Plucker. TILICUM NEWS Members of the Til$cum club were entertained by Mrs. Stan- ley Pierce Thursday afternoon with a "Welcum Tilicum" cof- fee .h)ur. The six departments came at various h, ours during the afternoon, with a total of 48 present Presiding at the refresbznents tble were Mrs. Start Hendrivks, Mrs. D. G. Jerue, Mrs. O. E. Johnson ,and Mrs. M. A. Malmoe. Assisting Mrs. Pierce was her daughter, JanJs, and mother, Mrs. Otto Wagner. The Tilicum year books are being printed and will be ready for distribution in time for the department meetings late in September. Old greet- ing cards and CLu'istaTms cards are needed for the projects at Lakeland Vflhge and may be left at the home of Mrs. A. B. Cutting. Tlfis is a continuous project sponsored by Tilicmn for many years. LODGE NEWS Marfla chapter OES lodge held a picnic for members and friends in Sutton Park Sunday with ,a good attenr, ce. ARer the no hos dimmr, entertain- ment ,as baseball, horse Shoes, sack races and games fofr the children. Later in the Mternoon, dessert was enjoyed by laer comers and winners of the games. CALIFORNIA VISITORS Guests of Mrs. Ioyd Hola- day this week are her aunt, Mrs. Ethel Johnson, of Napa, Oalif., and a coasin, Steven San Jule, of Polo A1o. Wednes- chy Mr. and Mrs. Holhday ad their house guests, Mrs. Lesli.'e Paul and Mr.  Mrs. Frank Paul spent the day at Coulee Dam. Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. CHENEY Spokane, arid James Paton. Lamont. Organist was Miss Darlene Kelly of Lamont. The reception followed at the Holliday Inn at Spokane with Mrs. Richard Ash, Mrs. Esther Buse and Mrs. R. L. Michaelsen, aI1 of Cheney, and Mrs. William Melville, Mrs. Emil Spuler nd Mrs. Francis Kelly of Lamont assisting in serving. Miss Nancy Johnson was in clarge of the gft table The couple are both students at EWSC and after a short honeymoon trip will make their home in Cheney. Guests were from Nevada. Wenatchee, Moses Lake, Brew: ster, Spokane, Lamon't Sprague and Cheney. CHURCH NEWS BAPTIST The Baptist church held its reguaT mnthly church board meeting Sunday evendng after church service. Pastor Amicke Chanpe was in charge of the meeting. Delegates arid alter- notes, to represent the Baptist church at meetings in Spo- kane, were appointed. Appoint- ed representatives are Mrs. W. R. Bergloff, Mrs. Joyce Champ ,ad Mr. Rayborn Joyner. Pastor Danny Coker and his wife of North Little Rock, Ark., were presened with farewell gifts at the conclusion of the vacation bible school FYiday. Pastor Coker was conductor of the Bible schoM session,s and gospel song leader for the revival meetings. They left Sunday for two weeks B,ibh school at Ephrata. Pastor Champe and Joyce were also given gifts Friday evening by the Bible school students for their assistance as instructors in the sessiors and their service. Several families of the Bap- tist church attended the Mis- souri Society picnic at 1hrito park Sunday ,after church ser- vices. Mrs. W. R. Bergioff, president of the organization, reported a good attendance o over 200 John larietta was program chairman for the en- tertainment program. CHRISTIAN - Cheney ClristiarvChurch will be .host to Christian Churches of the Spokane area for u'non everng services Sunday when young people of the area will gatherat 6:30 p. m. Mrs. Frances Stimson, assistavt to the Protestant chaplain at Eastern Washington State Hos- pital, w)'ll:g,how pictures and descri'be tl4 work being done by the churches at the hospi- tal. In addition the young peo- ple will enjoy a singspimtion ad refreshments. A union evening church ser- vice will be held at 7:45 p. m. for both young people and adults, at which the Rev. Wal- ter Naff, pastor at Central Christian Church, Spokane will give the sermon, "Faith Through Doubt." The Rev. Na'ff is also representative of the st'ate committee on campus ministry of the Ohristmn Churches, Inc., serving or the board of trustees of the Cam- pus Chr, istian FelIship at Eastern Washington State Col- lege. During the worship ser- vice, the Cheney Chrirs.t2an Church choir, under the di- rection of Mrs. D. A. Ross, will sing the anthem, "GOd So Loved the Vorld" by John Stalner. Preceding the services of the evening, the Christian Church ministers and their families will gather at 5 p. m. at Sutton Park for a picnic. METHODIST Mrs. Sam Hatch left today for Belngham, where she will be attending a four day Metho- dist laboratory school. She is a teacher in the children's di- vision, in preparation for the new curriculum being set in motion in Sunday schools of the Methodist church. While there she will visit in Seatle and return by way of Kenne- wick for a 'high school class reunion, wRh Mrs. Hatch join- ing her or a three day visit with their former neighbors. COMMUNITY The Cheney Community church held speeAal meetings this week. Mr. ,and Mrs. Jerry Thurston from Woodhnd, he especial speakers, and .are guests of the pastor, Gone Ross, at the parsonage here. CHRISTIAN The Chrfiffdan clinch will ,bold Union seces on Sun- NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. John Louthan spent the past week on a vaca- tion trip ,thr. ough Montana, Wyoming and Boise. W]le in Cheyenne, Wyo., they at- tended the Frontier Days cel- ebration and rodeo there, i Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hendricks i were guests of their son, Stan-I ley Hendricks, and Helen, for an outing on Lake Pend Oreille last week. Mrs. J. E. Manchester of Almira spent a few days this week in Cheney with her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Bower. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Slavens PAUL FAMILY HOLDS REUNION Some 50 members f the Paul family attended a reunion at the Cheney city hall Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- err Gifting ,and Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Marcolm Paul, Mr. ad Mrs. Clifford Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Don Salicar and children and Mrs. John Cobert and Seve and John, all of Spokane; Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Napa, Calif.; Steven San Jule, Pale Alto; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paul, Ellensburg; Mr. and Mrs. Gob Miller and family of Free- man; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mer- cer and family of Kennewick. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Paul and family and Jack and Joe Paul of Reardan, Mr. ,mad Mrs. Nor- man McLain "and Children of Fairfield and Mr. and Mrs. Les- lie Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Paul and children and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd HolIaday of Che- ney. REV. CHURCHWELL VISITING PARENTS The Rev. and Mrs. James Churchwell, who have been at- t attended the animal White Bluff picnic at Prosser Sunday. Attending were former neigh- bors of the Slavens. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Slavens of Spokane took their parents to the affair. Mrs. Ernest Harr has re- turned home from Bridgeport, where she spent a week with her daughter, Mrs. Wi!iiam Fisher, to welcome her baby, Diane. She brought her two grandsons, Stephen and David, to Cheney for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gal- loway and daughters: have re- turned from a vacation trip to Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper and the Columbia ice fields. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pendell spent last week on the coast visiting OES chapters for of- ficial visits of the grand ma- tron of Eastern Star. They. .also made a trip to Victoria, B.C., and Bremerton. Mr. and Mrs. Sam iiatch have bad 1heir two grandchild- ren, Georgia and Kurt John- son, as guests d, uring July. They left today or Missoula, Mont., to join their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson. The Johnsons will return to their home in Oregon ate this month. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Berg- loft were visitors Tuesday at the home of their daughter- in-law, Mrs. Jerry Bergioff, and three children of Spokane. Jerry Bergloff is in Berkeley, Calif., studying. He was recent- ly awarded a $2,500 National Science Four, clarion grant for research and ,science study. ttis wife and children will join him for a week's vacation there and will return with Nm at the conclusion of the school session. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Jones re- turned home last week from a seven week tour of the mid- western state,s. They covered 16 states on their tour, visited with relatives at Fort Benton, Mont., Colo=ad,o, Michigan and tendng Phillips University at Arkansas, and toured many Endi:. Okla, .are spending t l}is historical points of interest. n[n nsre_ with  parent,: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stuhr en- ;,anu {-. o;a. ,nurcnweu. I tertained as weekend guests tev. tnurenweu was or e' d:i%rl2h he19C5eeYthChrevt" i thrs Lrdanughtw er, dM:htTfB , , . , s I Boneroy James Jonnspn and the Rev.] Mr and Mrs John Banks Hadley HarlJer He bas ae-i " " J en,tertamed as Sunday guests cee._ted a e2to the Christian [their two grandsons, eve and n, urcn a llne, tlO., beptem-! . " " ber 1. David Banks, of Spokane and During their visit here, the Rev. Churehwell plans to hNp with the harvest at the Gienn Dobbins farm. Mrs. Church- well will baby sit Mrs. Ditton's charges while the Di,ttons are on vacation. A ChurchweI family reunion is planned for Sunday in Sut- ton Park. About 30 relatives i from Garfield and Hunters ,plan to attend. Mrs. Church- well's sister, Mrs. Walter Ran- dolph, of Santa lonica, also !plans to be here. Missouri Society Has Annual Picnic The M'Rssouri Society an.nal summer picnic was held at Marito park Stmday. After the picnic a prograva was given, with John Marietta as program chuirman. The program open- with a prayer by Joe Cossal. man. Songs, tap dances, skits, flag salute, group singing and harmonica selections were giv- en. Mrs. W. R. BergIoff read several of her new original poems, by request. Those attending from Che- ney .included: Mrs. G. L. Nick- el], Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zim- merman, Joe Cossaman, John Marietta, Marie Streeter, Mur- tel Brown, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bergloff and Milt Kelsey. The next meeting will be a potluck dinner in Spokane at the Car- nation room. Newly elected officers fort 1965 included: Mrs. W.R. Bergloff, president; Mrs. Ann T.abb, treasurer; Wylie Brown,. vice president, and Mrs. John i Crowder, secretary. Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Meredith of O.akesdale. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey and children have been on a vacation trip to Nevada, Ariz- orm and Oregon. They visited her sister in Reno. Mr. and Mrs. Mile Bail spent Sunday as overrght guests of their daughter, Mrs. Harry King, in Opportunity. Mrs. Hflga Phfllipe returned last week from a month's va- cation in Hawaii as the guest o her son, Carl Phillips. Mrs. V. M. Hughes enter- ained as guests last week her son, Gilbert Hughes, and fxi,ly from Yakima. They spent sev- eral d, ays *at the Hughes cot- tage on Priest lake. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Billesbach eltertined as guests this week Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schy of BETZES SPEND WEEKEND Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Betz .and children and Mrs. James Shind,ler spent th weekend at Mercer Island wih Mr. and Mrs. Jack WeigaTd ,and Janet. A ,birthday dinner hertoring Mrs. Shindler, was held Friday night. While in the Seattle area they visited Mr. and Mrs. or Ross and Judy of Renton, Mrs. W. L. Wester ,and ,Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Secrest. day evening with area Cvis- tian eh, trches participating. Rev. Walter Nass of the Spo- lane Central church will 'be the ma speaker. The Cheney church will provide special m- sic GOodwill Industries EMPLOYS THE HANDICAPPED "Hve you ever wondered what you would do if you could not get job due to some handicap. Tody 125 hndicapped folks, Inland Empire people, working t Goodwill fed thi problem. Your repirble discards of clothing nd household items gave them n nswer. Send 11 repairable items to Goodwill where they help to do the most for people  hndicpped people." CALL MRS. VIOLET SHARPE, 235-6608 FOR A TRUCK PICKUP. Pullman. They ville on Friday to Mrs. D. G. Jerue with a dinner and on Thurs:day home for Mrs. Edwin Nrs. Peggy Dokken A. B. Cutting. Mrs. Nell Ann dings from Boise, spending a few with her mother, Mrs. Pierson, and attending at EWSC. Mrs. Otto Wagner, spent Frid'ay as a her daughter, Mrs. Pierce. Mrs. C. C. Carter Carmen Carter with a buffet dinner 30 for the Carter's wedding on Colors of white and used, which will be decor at the wedding. and close relatives the party of 16 Mr. and Mrs. terman and two last week on vacation cabin on Hayden a camping trip in Valley. He operates ney Drug store here. Mrs. Connie Banes, Calif., has been ing the summer here parents, Mr. and Brown. Her daughter, ley, is here while her at the home of his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. frey, at t:h,eir ranch Mr. and Mrs. Paul entertairmd ,as a week her brother, der, Eugene, Ore., children Ron and Among the out guests here for the William Crippen Retmeier were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and children, Clville; Mrs. Robert B rons and Mr. and Mrs. by and family of and his parents, iV Lloyd Crippen They spent Willam Clarnos The annum Marsh families was held on SundaY Park. Going frern Mr. and Mrs. Elvaer Mr. and Mrs. I-Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Melvin From Sunnyside were Mrs. Gordon Marsh, Coeur d'Alene were and Claude Marsh Mr. and Mrs. spent a few days at Westport and at where they formerlY Mr. and Mrs. have as house their son and Mrs. WiUiam Fisher children from Seattle. Mr. 'and Mrs. ins, Eugene, Ore., days here over the as gu,esls of ,her and Mrs. Poer Mrs. A. J. Carr as guests last week ter, Mrs. Wayne fanly, Coeur They were guests from ll;,tirmis. We NEED the many things You no longer NEED For those who are in NEED Our trucks will be in your vicinity 2nd Friday of each month Call Mrs. Maddux, BE 5-6814 for collection St. Vincent de Paul Society and Salvage Bureau 2901 E. Trent Ave. Phone K PERFoRMAN AND ECONO Chevron gasolines give you both. First, they for your climate, to give you faster warm-ups, rain Methyl* -- first new antiknock compound Ethyl@-- to step up octane performance. 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