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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, August 13, 1965 ENGAGEMENT TOLD--Miss Donna M. Marlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Marlow of Freeman, is to become the bride of Dennis Dokken Oct. 23 at the Opportunity Presbyterian church. Dokken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arland Dokken, attended Cheney high school, EWSC, and WSU and is employed as a research technician, at Kaiser Aluminum Chemical Corp. at Trentwood. The, a graduate of Freeman high school&apos;, is a beautician in Spokane Valley. I II DR. HANSEN VISITS PARENTS HERE Or. Peter O. Hansen of Jun. eau, Alaska .spent the weekend ith his parents, Mr. and ,.Mrs. Roy S. Hasen arid his brother. in-taw and sister. Mr. and Mrs. George Bybee. Dr. Hanson is wih the Juneau Medical Clie avai is spendirg this week at a special medical instructional meeting at the University of Washington. MR. AND MRS. BALL ATTEND LIBRARY MEETING ,Mr. and Mrs. M,o Ball at- tended the bimnual meeting of the Spokane Cou, nty Ihhrary on Wednesday, n Spokane Valley. nt reports, coaattee reports and other business filled the Mterrioon. Mrs. Ball is secretary .of the Board. Dele- gates who went to the summer state meetiug near Enumehw ave i.nterestin reports. HATCHES RETURN FROM EASTERN TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hatch re- turned last week from a six weeks vacation trip to the east coast. They ,spent a week in Washirigton, D. C. where Mrs. Hatch was the state delegate to the NEA national convert- tiara Visited New York and the World's Fair. A daughter and family in Philadelphia, and in P&dtmond, Va. were. also visit- ed. Returning ,home they spent a week in IHiais with relatives for a big family reunion. PEGGY THOMSON HONORED Peggy Thomson was honored with a f, our day outing by 12 members of the Iah Irizon group at the lake home of their advLor, Mrs. Ted Stahlborn. Peggy remained in Cheney the past year to attend high school here and wiU join her parents at San Fmrieisco. ,, _ , ,,, i i SPECIALS!! 7 5' 2", 2' 4" Storm Windows $10.00 each Well built Wardrobe .................... $22.95 Chest of drawers, Reasonable Maple Dining Room Table, chairs $25.00 Many Other Items Bargain Shop 504 Main St. 235-4744 LR. Lindquist i i, f i u Nancy Carroll to Wed Lynn R. Warnstadt The engagement and forth- coming marriage o,f Miss Nancy H. Carroll and Lynn R Warn- stadt was ,announced this week by Miss Carroll's father. Miss Carroll, daughter of Paul E. Carroll and the late Mrs. Beverly Carroll was grad- uated from Cheney high school and is a student at Eastern Washington State College. Warnstadt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving E. W'arnstadt of Wapato. is an r EngliSh teacher at Raymond. The wedding date has been set for Saturday. Aug. 21, a 2 o'clock in the United Church of Christ. An invitation to at- tend the wedding s extended to all of their friends. Martha Chapter, OES To Picnic Aug. 19 The Eastern Star odge will bold an evening picnic in Sut- ton Park. on Thursday, Aug. 19. Families are to bring a salad or a cake and their own table service. The committee will provide the main dish and coffee, servirtg will begin at 6 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pendell. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Gal- kwcay, Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt are on the committee. Officers of Mart'ha chapter and Spangle chapter, OES will hold a .practice the evening of Aug. 26 in the Masonic Temple in preparation for the official visit of the grand matron on Sept. 13, when a joint meeting with Spangle wi]'l be .held in the Cheney Masonic Temple. Grand deputy instructor Ber- nice Smith of Spokane wi,tl be present. CHURCH NEWS . Rev. ,and Mrs. Howard Pitts rtd children have returned from a 1O day vacation in Cam ado. Rev. Pitts will be in the Methodist church puit on Stmday, Aug. 15, afterwards the church  be on vacation urtil Sept. 12. Rev. Pitts will be at ,home ecept @or ,aug. 23- 28 when he is at Twiniow camp n ctmrge of post high school camp. CONLEYS ENTERTAIN Mr. and Mrs. Roydal Conley entertained Sunday with a fam- ily picnic at Suttori Park "hon- oviag their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Conley arid Chil- dren of Huntsville, Ala. Their other hiMren, Dr. @len Con- icy nd family  Spokane and Y. ,d Mrs. I Newstrom of Bremerton were presen for the occasion. Other mebexs attending were Mr. anti Mrs. Jack PbAlleo ,and daughters, of Four Lakes; Mr. and Mrs. Leo [ S'hauvin, .Spokane, and :Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cremeea of Ren- ton. The Don Conieys went to Richhad Tuesday for a few days visit with old neiglbors and ill leave for 'home early next week. ATTEND GOLDEN WEDDING RECEPTION Mr. rid Mrs. Chri Betz at- tended the goMen wedding re- cepon vthich honored her brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. William I.e2erth,al], in the Grace Baptist church, Spokane on unday, Au*g. 8. A double celebration aiso celebrated the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Moore, formerly of Reardan, now of Spokane. The tvo couples received over 200 rehtives and riends from 2 o 5 p. m. Attter the recoption a 6:3 dirmer was served to out of town relatives; e IAlen. tlmis and M<res as )sts and 50 in attenmee. Mr. nd Mrs. Betz were weekend guests of her sister . and Mrs. R. O. Ellis in Spo- Ilage to ttend the affair. ! Mr. and Mrs. Riclmrd Rues 'have ,as house guests their son nd family, Dr. and Mrs. Pdch- ard frees and two children of Lynnwad. Guests over the weekend wo jined them were Mr. arid Mrs. Clark Fmer of Loon lake. I I I I II III1[ I I III IIIIII IIIIII II I III III I II III IIIII I II II I Maple Leaf Grocery Across from Geiger Field Hwy. 10- Telephone TE 8-1223 Hi Neighbor Next week marks ten Happy Years with you. Help us celebrate! See our ad. next week. SPECIALS - SURPRISES - GIFTS American Express Money Orders Buy Your Free Press Here II IIII I lll I __ [ II I I[ IIIII I III I II IIII CELEBRATE WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES Mr. and Mrs. William Westerman celebrated their 25th anniversary and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Westerman celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Aug. 8 at Othello. Mrs. Herman Westerman was the former Margaret Bell, daughter of Billie Bell, Letter: to the Editor Dear Guyel: Recently we had cause to sell some used furniture. We i advertised it in the Free Press and the results proved anew that the adage "It pays to ad- vertise" s true. We'd like to re1hrase that to read: "It pays to advertise in the Free Press." The resporise to our ad was such tlat we probably could i have sold twice the amount of :furniture we .had Rsted. We [are realty appreciative of hav- i ing had the Free Press avail- able to advertise in. And speaking of aplxreciat- ing things, we would like to say thank you to all of the Che- and Mrs. Bill Hughes and c:hil- Roy merchants for the fine i dren spent some time .aca- ___.lce.rv'' th_ev gavetr USr while we [ nomng, a trie ugnes vintage ;were I'heney residents. It I onPnest lake. _ , , , nt out Mr anu MrS Le tanKs rom seems as ff each one we ' .' , OF h way to give eometent, courteous sarvice but friendly personal attantia. This "home town" touch is a ,priceless gem which we 1ave greatly aporecated and treas- ured. Our sincerest thandcs to one and all. Fankie and Scottie McBroom CAPT. NELSON, FAMILY LOCATED IN CHENEY Captain and Mrs. R. E. Nel- son ,and their year-old dattghter arrived tneney on August 2. Opt. Nelson is m the mili- tary science department of the ROTC .at Bastern Was4fington State College. Nelson recently re tua'ned from a year spent in Korea. NEWS BRIEFS Rev. and Mrs. Etgene Ross ,have moved to their new home near the Cheney Oommunity Church, wheer he is the pastor. Rev. and Mrs. Donald Ross and children spent a few days  vacationing at Liberty lake this week. Their summer services rare :the usual hour of 11 a. m. eaCh Sunday morning. The Emmanuel Lttheran church Imlds services at 8:45 a. m. and 9:45 a. m. durhng the summer months, resmin a latex hour ,after the sctmols open in the fall..Members and interested persons are welcome to attend. Mrs. Jim Moorm, an is spend- irig this month visiting her dauers Mrs. Lloyd Anderson in Seattle, hen to Brooking, Ore., to v,isit with Mr. and Mrs. G. Moore near the Pacific beaches. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Groin have as a otse guest a sister- in-law, Mrs. Mary Lee from @oldeadale. Mr. ad Mrs. Lester loore and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Heitz. m,ari from laridall, we house guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ed- ward Garner over the week- end. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Berglff spent a few day over the weekend in Seattle, to assist their sori and family Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bergoff and chil- dren, move from Spokane to tbe new Seattle home. :Mr. aRd Mrs. F. H. Morgan spent Friday in Spokane and vim'ted their daughter arilyn Azevedto and fmfly in the new home in rmrth Spokane. Mrs. Lloyd Ranald of Col- rifle is attending the EWSC wor ] ksh two weeks sessions, ,arid s a hvuse guest of her cousin Mrs. D. G. Jerue. Mrs. Run,old is a teacher in the COl- ville sclmols. Mil Ball Jr. and family of Spolane are spending this week, eam,ing on Lake Coeur d'Alene, ,and will be joined by s 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mite BaR of Ceney and Mr. arid Mrs. Harry King and soris of Opportunity. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McCall and children returned from ] Seattle, where they spent last ] week, vacationing: [ Ma, s. W. E. Garner arived 'at her 'home here from Seattle who homesteaded about six miles south of Cheney on the Short road, where the Wes- termans lived until moving to Othello in 1941. William was graduated from Cheney high school and EWSC and is a vocational agriculture instructor at Othello. last week, bringing her daugh-I ter-in-law, Mrs. Bill Garner, I and children with her. Mrs. [ ]3ill Garner went on to Che-l welah to visit her parents furl a few days then returned to Cheney Saturd,ay, where her husband joined them. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garner and two chil- dren of Bellevue joined the C'arners for the weekend, and atl attended the Amber reun- ion picnic at Sutton Park on Sunday, Aug. 8. Mrs. V. M. Hughes entertain- ed as house guests the past week. her sor and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hughes and son of Natches. Another son arid family rom Yakima, Mr. Republic spent the weekend. here as guests of his brother, Mr. an, d Mrs. 5ohn Bnks, and at the Elmo Bartlet home. The men ,attended the. Spokane baseball gae Friday evening. Miss Flora Davidon spent Saturday afternoon a.s a guest of Mrs. Julia Butler. Mrs. A. B. Catting entertain- ed as Saturday luncheon guests her daughter, Mrs. William Sexton aad daughter, from Newman lake arid MAilwod. The Cheney Community Church held a singspiration Sunday evening Aug. 1 with Marshall Community church and the Cheney Nazarene church joining them. Seventy were present. The Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Ross were in charge. A social hotr and re- freshments followed. It is plan- ned to hold these services of- ten. Mr. and Mrs. James Fair- banks are enjoying a two week vacation camping in n,arthern W, ashington 'and Canada. Dr. and Mrs. Glen Conley and children of Spokane joined hies brother arid family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Conley, for a i dinner party given by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Royda,1 Couley Aug. 6. Mrs. Beth Smith entertained ,as weekend guests he son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cremeen and two chil- dren of Benton. ,Mr. and Mrs. Seottie Me- Broom and chikreaa moved to Wenatchee last week to make their ttome, arid where .'he is employed on the railroad. Their rock huse on 1004 Sec- ond street is on the mket. *Miss Mae Van Scoyoc return- ed to her home last week, ater surgery in Deaconess hospital in Spokane. Mr. a ud Mrs. Edge Htber are v.acatonirg in the Dakotas, this week and expect to tour ints of interest en route me. Mtr. and Mrs. lred Schy of i] llman .are remodeling their house on Bast Second, former- ly occ by Tom Grier. Mr. and Mrs. George Heath were Saturday eve ,rdng dinner guests of her brother-in-law !and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Garske, pokaaae. They also vis- i .d their two sons and fam- ilion, Johr and Pobert Heatt and children. Mr. mad Mrs. MiBard Hal ,and family spent Sunday at Loon lake visiting his brother- in-law and sister Mr. arid Mrs. Larry Gruenhagen. Relatives rom Arizona }oined them for a picrc dinner on the beach. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Ha.skins and ,children spent a recent weekend at Chelan and went by beat to Stekin, to see Rain- bow falls and mountain,s. Arm host fish fry was held at the Dean Swegle borne by Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Lefebvre, the Virgil Bunk family and the Swegle family. -- . , , ,,,,,, ,, ,,, PATRONIZE YOUR ADVERTISERS CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all of my friends for the cards, letters, visitations and othcr kindness shown during by confin,ement in the hospital and my con- valescence at home. This thoughtfulness was truly ap- preciated. Mrs. Louie Franz CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone who helped make the Carnival far Muscul, ar Dystrophy a success. The $29.62 donated along with the :names and amounts of do- nations have been turned in to the Muscular Dystrophy foun- d,ation. I also wish to thank the people who came o my house and purchased items. Kerry Anne Kruse al3p WENDY HEATH RETI Mr. and Mrs. were Friday dinner their son and family, Mrs. George Heath Jr. kane to welcome their daughter, Wendy returned from the People tour to Europe. A of young people from kane area and her her at the plane to home. RICHLAND COUNTY PICNIC TO BE HELD The Richland County, annual picnic wil be Aug. 15 at the Cheney of Mr. and Mrs. John 203 N. Fifth St., A 1 p. luck picnic dinner served on the lawn, brirg their own dishes ver. Mrs. Ditton is and urges all familie.s been attending in to cme. Would Put a $5 tire on a Auto before you took mile trip? NO... NEITHER ANYONE ELSE! Your safety ,and your flies safety are too ant to take ebnees DON'T TAKE YOUR FAMILY'S EITHER! For the best possible ity fc, r the money you Have your next filled at . . . BE 5-6348 W. H. Westerm This s10.95 Caravelle has a jeweled-lever and an unbreakable spring. It's waterprooff00 shock-resistant. 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