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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, August 21, 1964 CARMAN CARTER EXCHANGES vows WITH EDWARD SONNEBORN AT FAFB Miss Carman Carter became the bride of Lt. Edward W. S(mneborn Jr. ,last Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Firehild Air Force Base chapel. The chap- loin, Lt. Cal. DuvaH, officiated in the candle light, double ring ceremony in a fral set- ting ,of pink and white gladioli, carnations and spider mums. The bride, given in marriage by her father, Carece C. Carter, wore a floor-length gown of white organza, de- signed with fitted bodice, el- bow sleeves and round neck- line with the flaring skirt ex- tending into a chapel veil, and she carried a cascading bou- qet of white simbidium or- chids, surrounded in pink ,roses with satin streamers of Ate spider mums. The maid of honor, ,Miss CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN The Chaney Christian church is privileged to have ,as guest speaker Sunday morn- ing another of their own young men who has entered the Christian ministry, the Rev. ames ChurehweU, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cburchwell, 18 W. 3rd St. Rev. Churchvell is a graduate of Northwest Christian CoLlege, Eugene, Ore., and has a Bachelor of Divinity degree fro the Theo- logical School ,of Pps Uni- versity, Enid, Okla. They are now visiting Rev. Churchwell&apos;s parents, after which they will g) on September 1 to the pas- torate of First Christian Church at Rifle, Colo. The pas- tor's wife, Bonnie, is a native of Almota, Kan. The sermon topic chosen for Sunday is, "Heavenly Hori- zors," which will be  first sermon preached for the kcal corgregatitm since his ordina- tlon to the try here on August 3, 1958. MgH-IODIST The Methodist churCh will resume Sundy morning ser- vices this Sunday at 11 a.m. after the August vacation per- iod. The Roy. Pitts will pre- sent his guest, Dr. Boniazi, as the guest :speaker. Dr. Bonifazi is a professor of pM'os0h- ia'l theology at Pacific School of ReIigion, Berkeley, CaRf., and is a tinted Congregatignal minister in Ergiand. He and his family wl be guests at the parsonage a few days next week. T h e Methuclist Sunday SChool will trot resume until Set. 7, after the k)cai 1ublie are in session, accord. ing to Mrs. E. H. Wagoner, supervisor. A new curriculum is being prepared under the instructi'on of Mrs. Sam Hatch who .attvrded the meetings of the counseling teachers of the eliMren's diction traiain, g in BeKingham hat week. The 9:30 a.m. hours will be continued. Teachers are Mrs. Wgoner, Mrs. Dick Camp arid Mrs. Sack Kpp. Mrs. Mae Van Scoyoc is l secretary. BAPTIST Ken Schmidt, former stu- dent minister of the Cheney Baptist church, has been sta- Marcine Flikke, was attired in a long, deep pink gown, which extended into a short train, a headpiece of matching taf- feta rose which held a short veil. She carried a single pink rose set in trailing Engsh ivy with rosebuds attached to the satin streamers. The bridesmaids were attired the same ,as the maid of honor in pale pink. They were Miss Michelle Balondrade and Miss Constance Klee o,f Ephrata. Three-year old Mmette Coul- ter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George CoRer, was fl, ower girl. The ringbearer was Mich- ael Bates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bates. Candielighters were Roseanne Gal'loay and Phyllis Rupp, who were at- tired in white gowns styled like those of the attendants. Best man was Jerry Hines. Ushers were C. C. Carter, brother of the bride, Dick Courteau and John Goo4i:ck. Mrs. Carter wore for her daughter's wedng a sheath dress of beige linen accented w ith,; panels of lace, matching accessories and pink hat. The groom's mother wore a green lace sheath dress with beige accessories .and both had pink simbidium orchid corsages. The guest book was in charge of Miss Karen Simon- son; at the gift table were Sharon Tarmer and Gladys Oskie. A reception followed in tim lower lu.n,ge of the of- ficers club with wGme of the club serviu coffee and punch. Mrs. Kenneth Ga,loway cut and served tim tiered wedding cake. The couple wi.[ honeymoon at Lake Tahoe, Calif., enroute to the Marie Base at Camp Pendleton, Calif., where the bridegroom is on duty. Their lmme will be at Oceanskle, Calif. " The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carter of Pho- ney, is a graduate of Oheney High School and EWSC, vchere she received her degree on August 6. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sormeborn of Medical Lake, at the Pines on Silver Lake. He is a graduate of EWSC, .holds a B.A. degree, and is serving in the Marines. He has aother year to serve. Many pre-nuptial ph'es v,re given for the ymmg couple. The gro(ml's 0arets entertained the wedding party arid out-of-town guests with a dinner at their home at the Pines following the remarsal Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carter entertained the bridal party at a buffet last week. Carol Jean Early Tours With Choir Miss Carol Jean Erly, Ros- a'la, niece of Jm Erly, is a member of the 80-voice Northvest District C .hrist Am- ba,ssadors cl0ir that will per- form Monday, August 24, at 7:30 p.m. ,at the Glad Tidings Temple, Fourth and Havana, Spokane. The choir, composed of teen- ogers from the Assembly of God ohurches in the state of 'ashington; sang in 16 cities .on their tour which began Seattle. tioned at Fort Benning, Go., Other cities inel'ded Tac- since his gractuation from EW- ___ ,, ......... ,,r. ^. SC. in a recent letter to ta3.e Salt Lake City, Littlton, Colo., church he stated that ,he wilt Wiehi, Ken Iansas City soon be transferred to Ken-i'eld ) New Castle', tueky to resume ,his duties as [Wvain ,sad Mixm:l a 1st Lle, utenaR;  the Air  . ,,,,,, + ......  k,,,, forces. . ...... ,/in Spokane then to Y, The Bapst ermron wm,  n t . . .  . o [lhcoma, Kelo nd e d a sponsor a traimng umon ,or ....... new teachers August 23 .at 6 [emngnam. p.m. in the ,assembly room of l the church. These special ehsses will be coactueted by Pstor Amick Champe and ap- pomted ssistamts. Anyone in- terested may attend. T,utt Rogers, former pas- tor of the 0heney dmrch, or- ,rived here Saturday. He was a guest of Mr. av-d Mrs. W. R. Bevglf  Jolm Marietta. Mr. Rogers pl, ,als to visit mother ad brather in Nkn CroBna for the renminder of the strmmer. Special visitors at the Sun, day morning services were Mary Hedgecoek vaxt ,Mr. and l,trs. J. McClain, members of the Forney Baptist ohm'oh in DMas, Texas. Miss Hedge- cock delighted fl-e audience with a religious sol. They are house guests at the home of Mr. Champe in OPlXUny. Other visitors were Mr. ad Mrs. Dillon More from Mad- ris, Ore., and Mrs. Dion MeP- land of P<st Pails, Idaho. The D"flr are visiting her .bro- ther, Ed Bhlock. Mrs. McPo- land is the former Barbara Webb, who recently aduted fi)m EWSC. She  teach in Ogan City, Ore., this fall, where she ,al her ,Imsd wilI make their new home. JEHOVAXI'S WIT-Eff Eleven members of the Che- hey congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses returned MorMay from Great Falls, where they ttended a district convention. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner 17 TABLES PLAYED Paradise Grange had 17 ta- bles at the recent card party. Among those atttending were Adehide Larsen and Irma Stra- gier. PERSONAL - MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Harold Street- er were Sunday cMlers on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rupp. Mrs. Daisy Hicks has return- ed from visiting her grand- daughter, Mrs. Wayne Kessley, in Ontario, Ore. Mrs. Ruth Klingle and Mrs. I,sabelle PoweH 'are vacationing in San Francisco. Miss Tillie Kosdau a,nd Mrs. Edwards called on Mrs. F}ora Smith Tuesday. Pauhne Knpa entined Mr..a n d Mrs. Mike Avnolds Charlotte Sanders and Hda Senske at luncheon Monday. The Hangman Creek Feed has closed. Mrs. Maxine 01son, Karen, Jimmy and Mie,helle attended the baseball game Stmday of Spokane and Portland. Darlene Hill, vchoe home is in Oregon, is staying with her unt, Mrs. Hazel tell. I:tarlene pl, ans to attend KBU. Jimmy Olson celebrated his 12th birthday ast Sunday. Wray Beth Johnston recently MR. AND MRS. DRUE ANDRE--Miss Kendall Rehn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rehn, became the bride of Drue Andre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andre of Spokane, August 1 in the United Church of Christ with the Rev. Charles A. Dittmar per- forming the ceremony. t ===. and Mrs. Jhn Black,shaw I hlliott arid, family fro.m Spo: and Ruth spent Sun<laJ ftar- kane and ,heir son-ir,-taw sam noon in Reardan visitiag a [daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- nephew, Paul Lfl. They [ 1tam Crippen, Spaagie. were supper guests of Mrs. Mrs. D. G. Jerue entertained BlaekShaw's brother, Joe Cox. as evening guests Thm-sday Mr,  and Mrs. Cleam Judd at her home Mr. ad Mrs. W. entertained .as a Tuesday L. Bowles. who recently re- luncheon guest their dan gh- turned home from an extended tar, Mrs, Virgil Wagner, St. vcati, on tour of Alas. John. Sundar dimner guests Mr. and' Mrs. Mike McAtee, were arrayer daughter and students at EWSC,were guests her husband, Mr. and Mrs. for dinrl 1oday of Mr. and Larry Nelson from Spokane Mrs. HaSty Reitmeier. Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hollen- i Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt spent three days this week in beck, t at 21.rmeeS Fer- ry, who; 'terdl :summer Wenatehee with Mrs. Norma DoU, a teacher in fimt district. school at EW$C, were Mesday Dr. and Mrs. Raymd Bell dinmer guests of r and Mrs. ami d,aughter will return next Jim Blackslmw. ': week from two m<mths spent Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Alexan- der entertained as guests last in touring Yellowstone, ae Tetors and BMck Hill while v,k his son, Hgh Alexander, en route to New York City, Santa Anna, C f., and Mr. ann where they spent several days Mrs. J. Bartin, Mso of Caliifr- ma. On Friday of last week visiting the New York WorM's they were dinner guests of Fair and attending a nunrber of Rroadwy plays. Mr. ad Mrs. Glen Johnson at Hayford. The Alexanders Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hatch re- turTed this week from Paseo, ave had all seven f his child-! ren visit them at various thnes where they spent three days and .attended a cl reunion during the summer. .of former school mates. Mrs. Mlo Ball, wko serves Mr. and Mrs. Dan Maggs are on the Spokane County library parents of a daughter, Debra board, accompanied fmr other Jo, born Friday, August 14. members to Colfax M,olday The baby weighed s e v e n for a tour of the ,library and pounds and three ounces. She bookmobile 'at the Wiaan has one brother, Dean. Mr. and county library. Mrs. John LGuthan are the Mr. and Mrs. Lod Storhe matein, al grand,parents. returned over the weekend Mrs. Etta PresIell spent from .a vacati, on in Canada, last week in Lind as a gUest where they toured Bawff, Lake LGuise, the Columbia Ieeields of ,her brother and wfe, Mr. and Mrs Deibdrt Pence. They at Jasper National Park. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wagoner' were joined by Mr. and Mrs Chte Rogers, Kas Gty, Michael Smith entertained as a ,house guest iIan. ' and Mr. ,and Mrs. I_m. "e this week Iris sister, Mrs. Grace Vhers aRd two daughters from Tours 'Far East' Berquest, of Tacoma. Rev. and Mrs. Howard Pitts MiChael Smith, son off Mr. and ehiktren returned last end Mrs. Adphe Smith, re- turned last week from an ex week from a visit in Canada . --- ? , . .( . ??: with re.latives. They are spend- tented tour oI me ray rs. .,, io ,,,,v ot Twio church an(l (ua . t^ ...... T ..... ..... [ camp at Twin Lakes, I. "" "" loon China Sai---- ' ................... Kong, lOW' ' , ' ., gol, . " ........ k ..... .ms and three children from ltOnOluu, .ann wa e islanK1. D,.+,. -_,I -att.l 1)1 a While an Guem he was the P ....  s'"her*lt wk as .... fmnit t ew y guest of ,Ins 'ter and , Y .... , , M,, , M 0 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ArMe.- Bower. sn (Dixie Lee Smith). Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reit- After vsiting l parents in Essex, Montarm, Mr. Smith meier entertained as dinner wil,1 return to Aden, Washing- guests their son, Roy. Detbert ton, wnere he  resume his duties as bead of the English and Dranmtics department in the high school maytag CLUB NEWS / / Mrs. Pl_yd Pink was host- I.aunary ess for the Monday meeting of the "Future ;SKms" el:b. The meetings, held ech Mbn- Clean, Full Sized day mcrg, are .open ...any- Machines one nterested m ]tuning. Phone 23'5-6885 h>r informs- 0 GALLONS OF WATER lion. PER CYCLE:. FOR SUP- PLIES, CHANGE OR HELP, SAFETY HINT JUST RING FOR AEND - Outmoded speed limi are ANT . .. NO NEED TO no excuse for disregzrding B 0 T H i, R MERCHANTS trifle l:aws, says Judson B. FOR CHANGE. Branvh, pledent of the AI- state Motor Club. Coct your Owned By Local Resident local officials or state legisla- tor and demand rea,lic laws CORNER 2ND & H STS. instead of opey deying em. Kansas, who were touring the Northwest. Mrs. PresneU had the guests Tuesday for a lunch- eon before they left for Coeur d'Alene to visit an aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Conley entertained on Saturday Erank Kent of Miami, Fh., vhn fr- merly was from Cheney. He as enroute to Seattle for a vacation. On Tuesday Mrs. Beth Smith was a dinner guest of the Conleys. Mrs. Peggy Dokken enter- tained as gues' last week her sister, Mrs. Hans Rasm ,usson ,and family from Beaverton, Ore. Miss Sue Jo,hason, a Che- ney Blue Bird leader, has been a water front and swim di- rector at Camp Dart-Lo in Spokane during the summer. T he camping 'season dosed Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. John L0.than entertained her sister, Mrs'. Larry Arvin and aily from Coming, Calif., ovght Fri- day. Another sister, Mrs. Dale Teal, and ,children frn An- derson, Calif., and their mo- ther, Mrs. Chra Gray, Spokane V aey, spent several days here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Harr and daugiers and Mr. and Mrs. Py Harr of Spokane were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest tiarr this week. Mr. and Mrs. ly Daken spent the weekend on a carap- ing trip in the Ceeur d'Alene Lake area. rc4ured home from visiting, relatives in Lan#ey, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sohnston and Wray Beth spent he weekend camping and fishing in Id/ah0 and Montana. Classified advertising does a great job at a small cost. SHARPE. TWIGG & BENNETT W. 1115 Broadway Ave., Spokane, Wn. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENt OF ESTATI :No. 65890 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ANDREW SORENSON, deceased. State of Washir, gton, County of Spo- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that Willard J. Sharpe, the Administrator of the above estate, has renlered and presented for settlemer, t to. and filed in the Superior Court of Spokarm County. State of Wash. his Final Account as such Administratm', and a petition for the distribu- tion of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and discharge the said Ad- ministrator, and that Tuesday, the 15th day of September, 1964, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock a.m., at the Court room of our said Super. ior court, in the City of Spokane. in said CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Spokane Couhty, 'has bee for the hearing and settlement Final Account and PetLior bution, at which time and person interested in said appear and file his exception s: in thereto and contest the Dated this 10th day of George taliquist County Clerk of the Superior By Jack A. Magney, (Aug 14-28) JOHN L. DAVIS 704 W. First. Spokane, NOTICE TO CREDITOF No. 77663 It, the Superior Court of th Washington in and for the Spokane. [n the Matter of the ISABEL J. DAVIS, deceased. Notice is hereby given that signed has been appointed of the above estate in this has qualified accordingly, persor*s having claims deceased, are claims, duly verified vouchers upon, the West Sharp Ave., Spokane, John L. Davis. the at his office at 704 W, ue, Spokane, file such claim, of such service in of the Clerk of the above the City of Spokane, Wash. months after the first this notice, or they will barred. Date of the first n<)tlce is 14th day of Aul Murrow I. Davis above estate. John L. Davis, Attorney 704 W. First Avenue, Spokane, (Aug 14-28) Randall Danskin, Lundin & Separate sealed bid propv.s lox, PauIen Bldg., als are available for education-[ NOTICE TO at equipmen and/or s,upplies] :So. 7699 w nigt'-as:n-'on UL ia" e, In the Superior Court of by Eastern Washing:or* in and for the College in the office of the Di-1 s,,,,k .... r- n lg"urc-as-n-, 1 [oom' I the Matter of the rector of CLAUDE R. HILL, de:ease 121, Showalter Hall. / ot,.e i. e,e,,y  .......  .... F l--roposa" forms may be o -'D | signed has been apl)ointed of the above estate in this tained at the above office. ! has qualified accordingly. persons having claims T. T. Wall ceased are required to Director of Purchasing. duly verified, with upon the undersigned at (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) Building, Spok .... Randall, Dankin, Lurdin attorneys of recm'd at their e Paulsen Building, ton, and file such proof of such service in Elect the Clerk of the above Court Re of Spokane, Washington, m months after the first this notice, or they will be Date of the OHN L. n)tice is 14th day of Nina I. Hill, estate. COONEY Randall, Danski, Lundi- " C. D. Randall Attorneys 1017 Paulsen Building. 201 Spokane, Washington 99 (Aug 14-28) CARUSO & sPINEl 811 Paulsen Bldg., NOTICE OF S No. 76104 Ir the Superior Court Washington in and for Spokane. In the Matter of the MIKE COVICH, deceased. State of Washirgton, Con  kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that  Covich, the Admit Will Annexed of the above rendered and presented for and filed Jr, the Spokane County, State o ton his Final Account as I istrator, and a petition for tion of said estate, in whi is asked to to settle said tribute the property to the sons entitled to the same, the said Administrator, STATE SENATOR day, the 10th day of at the hour of 11:00 at the eour room of Court, In the City of Cooney's attendance record Spokane County, has been the hearing and settlement in seven sessions of the state Account and Petition for at which time amt place interested in said estate legislature is one of the very file his exceptions in and eontest the best Dated this 10th day of J Geo. E. Fallquist, Democrat a7tf See The Exhibits 00From Cheney THIS WEEKEND AT INLAND. EMPIRE YOUTH FAIR. Deer Park, Washington Gates Open at 9 A. M. AUGUST 20, 21 &'22 r PRIZES PROGRAMS EXHIBITS BIG DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT Re.Elect W.L.(Biil) McCormick Your Present State Representative He will continue to Work For You! Democrat Clerk of the Superior By (Aug 14-28) MAXWELL R. 1021 ONB Bldg. Spokane, ! NOTICE TO No" '7711 tfe In the Superior Cour of Washington i and for Spokane. In the Matter of JOSEPHINE HILDA ceased. -otice is hereby given signed has been of the above estate in this qualified accordingly, and having claims ceased are required to serVe verified, with the urlersignd at Spokane, Washington R. Chapman, the his office at 1021 Old Bldg., Spokane, such claim, with proof in., the office of the Court at the City of ton within six months publication of this notice be forever barred. Date of the first ntice is 14th day Gordon A. Mc Bean the above estate. Maxwell R. Chapman 1021 ONB Bldg., Spokane, (Aug 14-28) naris, Trezona, 302 Fidelity Bldg.. NOTICE TO No. /7688 In the Superior Court Washington in and for Spokar, e. In the Matter of GEORGE J. SPILLOS, Notice is hereby signed has bee --[of the above estate in hu qualified persons havi claims am required to verified, with undersigned  Road, Spokane, upon Will Lorenz the ord at his office at 802 Spokane. Wash., and rim proof of sueJa sarvice in clerk of th$ above  Slokaneo . Washlngl after the first of the first notice is 14th :,day Gladys O, Spits above eeta. : Will Lorenz, <Attorney 802 Fidelity (Aug ". ROWLAND 04 ln ,the: Mhtter: .Ray, deaasd. estate has: in fo the 'ton, In "the that such transfer may Administrator of and qUalifie4 ington and Said notice thereof at its said to transmittal of such Undersigned. Date of first pubticetio is August 14, 1964. Kenneth Yowell, the above estate 4325 Oak Rowland H. Graham, 924 East Main Street Alhambra, California (Aug. 14-28)