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Page 4 Oheney Free Press Friday, August 27, 1965 Ratcliffes Visit Brother in Seattle i 00ace left Friday to spend the week- end in Seattle with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Ratcliffe. RATCLI FFES TOUR EUROPE AND ASIA .M. and Mrs. Mark latcliffe ! ,left this morning for a four months tour of European and Asiatic countries. During this time their home will be occu- pied by Mr. nd Mrs. Steve C'eenwood (Sardra Reitmei- or.) The RatcRffe's have spent several weeks map0g out their own itinerary a,mi will start their European tour in Ireland then cover the Balkan cmmtries. They plan to spend a, beut 15 days in Yugosl, avi and some time in Rtmainia, Bul- garia, Albania ,and to Greece where they will meet Mrs. Gra- ham Dressier and daughter, Miss M.artha Dressier on Oct- ober 11. From :here they will 4o on a guided tour with a car and driver through Italy, Spain and Portugal then to Egypt and Israel where they will spend considerable time in the Holy Lands. This could very weLt be a "People to People" tour as the lacliffes travel tourist class which, they believe, provides a better opportunity to become acquainted with in the countries they arePefting. Fiday evening a dinner party was held a,t the Kent Ratciffe home that in,eluded Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ratclffe. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Ratcliffe Lindquists Return From Eastern Trip Mrs. Abert T. T.i.ndquist, 802 lirst Street, accompanied by ,her sons lbert, Chancy and Albert of San Gabriet, (3aRt., und his son Alan Reed en- trained for the Great Lakes area on Atg. 9. Th was her first visit to the area since her 'honeymoon visit to her 'husband's relatives in 1913. The IAndquists had a mast enjoyable vsit v4h Mrs. IAnd- quist's youngest sister4n.Law, Mrs. (ordon McLay at Jaaes- vflle, Wis. Mrs. MLay was a Cheney visitor last year during ,bar brother's fal iRness. The Linquists  .Mrs. McLay to the CbJego rea then spent a few ays in Mineap visiting a number of cous- ins. The family traveled by car from Janesville to their farm in Olivia, .Min., the ,home of Mrs. Lindquist's eldest broth- er,in4av, Fred Lindquist. They vi, sted the amily homestead, renewed acqtmintances with numerous ,riends arid reLativ- es and saw a fruitful Mi-mes- ta harvest. The yotmg grand- son said "A BR of Sweden" is realty great! Their return to Cheney was enlivened by the arrival f a new grandchil, d, Lisa IAndquist born at St. Lukes hospital, Spokane, Aug. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Russell ,T.ind- quit of Chattaroy cared for the two Lindquist girls in thr ens' absence. Mrs. Lind- st reports that trave with son is stimulating  a new graRdlId exciting but she is ha.pp o ,be at lmme in Ohe- nay and eagerly planning an- other trip to .her family lme in alispell, Mont: NEWS BRIEFS Mr. ,and Mrs. Wi,lfiam, Alex- ander and fmily from .Rich. land were Sunday aftevrmon guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alexander. ,Mrs. James Moorma retrain- ed Last week fmn a two weeks vacation with two da, ughters and milies in Seattle and n. 'Mrs. V. M. Hughes speztt part of last week ,t her s,u- ,mvr cottage on Priest ke. She visited with her mother, ,Ms. Ia Gilbert at the m- ig lmme on Sffndy after- noon. Mr. and Mrs,. William Mc- Kinley .and two chikiren from Seattle speaxt this week in Chancy wt er mother, Mrs. Olive Swegle, and were tmuse guests of a siste and family. ,My. and Mrs. Del MvCormeli. .Mrs. Oive Swede enter- rained as guests over the week- end her loaher and faznily, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. W.zra, and ,daughter Kthevine, fvam Olympia. They also visited with relatives in Spokane and vcinity. The members of the Cm- rmmity thtrch went to the Silver Lake camp on Thursday evening to help conduct a camp meeting, with groups of other churches i.n the area. The Rebekffh Lodge will hokt a regular meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 1 in the IOOF hall. This is an import- ant meeting and the fi, rst since summer vaeat'mn, so members urged to attend. WANDA CLUTE IS BRIDE OF JOSEPH BEKE JR. ,Miss Wanda Clute, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Clte of Medical Lake, be- came the bride of Joseph Charles Beke Jr. Aug. 20 in a 7 o'clock ceremony perforraed by he Rev. Riekard Laphear in the Medical Lake Commun-i ity church. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. aml Mrs. Joseph C. Beke. For her wedding gown the bride clmse a lzce ,and nylon sheer featuring a scooped neckline edged with sequins and embroidered scallops. The bouffant skirt was edged with lace ruffles. Her imported French illusion, veil was at- tached to ,a crown with crystal and pearl trim. She carried a bouquet of wite ,carnations centered with a white orchid. Mrs. Kenneth Burdick, ma- tron of honor and Mrs. Robert Parker, bridesmaid, wore blue and children, Kateen, Bon- nie and Kent II, and Mrs. Bon- nie Frost Ostrander. Sa.turday the Mark Rat- cliffes were guests of Mr. and Ms. Joe Beetler (Doris Grae- den) and Mr. ad Mrs. George Brooks, who are the parents- in-taw f Rebecca latcliffe Brooks. NEWS BRIEFS Rev. H, oward Pitts is at Twinlow camp on Twin hkes in Idaho this weekend, and will be a discussi, on leader in the conference Lay retreat there this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Calvert and family have been spend- ing part o their vacation, ,at Twin Lake.s, Idaho. ary and Dabble Pickle cff Sunnyside have been guests o their grandparents, Mr. and M:rs. Ralph Pickle for the past week. They were Sunday guests of ,an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marsh, and visited relatives in Cotfax. Mary Miller, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Miller, and i a student in .college in Vranee the past year, returned to Che- .sheer frocks with matching ney last week. She has spent flloal veils. I the summer on a tour of Eur- Kenneth Burdick was, the  i oue, London, New York ciiy best man and lobert Parker,, a[d Chicago, en route ,hoqne. Dick Clute and Dale Terry ,Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moos and were ushers. A reception was ,held in the Medical Lake city hal. Mr..and Mrs. Edward Bush and Children from Aiderwood Mnor dstrict on the coast spent the past two weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fischer and children, and Carl osorzweig. Mrs. Bush's mother, .Mrs. Life Baon of Belgrade, Mont.. joined them i,here for  few days visit..Mr. and Mrs. Bush are teachers in the school system on the coast. Mrs. Barl os Wlm under- went surgery  month .in a Spokane hospital, has recov- ered and is able to travel with Mr. Moos to the coast thB week. Leroy Isherood, spent this week in Olympia, to attend a pilot guidance program. SPOn- isored by the NDEA who bear the expenses of the confer- eace, pTineipals and teachers are on hand for the coner- once. It ws good to ,trove the oca,l Betz Eementary school qualified to put this guidance program in the school for the cominlg year. .Mrs. M. H. Surbeck is in Ednmd, 0kla., to ,be with her mother, Mrs. I. W. Pmdkey, Who  ill. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jeffrey, wih their nephew and niece I Ron and Shelly Schvoeder, I spent the weeeknd at Nean I lake ,as guests of cousins. Mr. [ a,rd Mrs. Err Schroeder and[ son. [ Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lane e,n- tertained a.s guests last week their daughter, Mrs. Delmar Harris of Vancouver, who was completing studies ,at Ellens- burg for the summer session. Another daughter, Mrs. Dan De Witt from Spokane joined them Thursday for a lunch- e,on. Mrs. Elmer Conley acco,m- pan ied her sister and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Archie Bad to Bellevue. They were guests of M. and Mrs. Don Jo,hn'son (Peggy Baird) and three chil- dren for the weekend. Mrs. Johnson ,and the chdren re- turned with them for a week's stay with fine lairds, before school opens. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. D,niels returned from Seattle st week, where they spent a few days. Mr. Daniels who under- went surgery in Spokane rec- ently, will soon be back a,t work in the National Bi,scuit C,o. mill here. Mrs. Connie Schroeder and son ,and daughter Ron and Shelly returned to Oak Ridge, Ore., this week after spending the sunnner in Cheney with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Brown. Dr. and Mrs. William New- som have closed their home here and have gone to Santa Barbara, Calif. ,to spend the winter near a brother who is seriously ill. Dr. Newsom is a retired EWSC faculty mem- ber, who taught i,r Cheney for the summer sessions. Mr. axed Mrs. William Lee returned from Columbia FallS, M, ont., where they went for the funeral services of his sister, Mrs. Theresa Edwards on Aug. 7. with burial at Columbia F:Mls. Going with them was a brother and wife from WaKa Walh, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee. They visited with other relatives for a week while there. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rainwat- er from Portl, a,nd spent a few days here 1,ast week as guests of her parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. Mel Jones.  Mrs. Chester Shepard of the lake area, has moved to her new home in Ceney. She is on the besiness staff of EW- Mr. ad Mrs. Fred Mauer (Evelyn Cree) from Seattle, spent a few days here with her mother, Mrs. WilSor Cree, recently. The picnic held at the $ehn Ditton home last Su'nday, for ,residents and former resi- dents of Richhnd county, Mont. was attended by 40 per- sons, some came from Wal,la Wall, others from Montana and Idaho. A number from Spokane. A no host picn.ic din- nerwas served on the lawn. Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Vande- Berg and daughters entertain- ed :a group of friends Thurs- day evening, Aug. 19, at the home and showed colored slides of many of the Hawaiian scene,s they took last year while there. Mrs. D. G. Jerue entertain- ed with two tables of bridge !Thursday evening, Aug. 19, at her home here. Mrs. C. N. Benson. who has been visiting her sister, Flora Davidson, le/t the first of the week by plane via Chicago, i for her home in J, aekson, Mo.. The C:hristian Church Wom- en's Fellowship will hold a regular meeting on Thursday afternoon, Scot 2, at 2 p. m. Mrs. Jim Blackshaw, pre:sident, 11 ore,side, and the study and services units wilt relort. The Men's Fellowship will be on Sept. 1 at 7:30 p. m. at the Jim Churehwetl h, ame. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Walker and three c,hildren were guests of his mo,her, I Mrs. H. D. Walker, a few days early last week. Members ef the Hendricks families held a no host picaaie dinner at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hendricks on Sun- day The occasion honored the sister, Mrs. Mary Hollan,d of Maryland. Others were Gordon Hendricks, Spokane, Mrs. Myr- tha Mill of Cheney, all sisters and brothers. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Carroll McLean and children, Valleyford, Mr. and Mrs. Stan McLean from Connell, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hendricks o Cheney, Mr. and Mrs. Foster W,otfe of Spokane valley, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill and Ron of Amber. Mrs. Etta Presnell spent the weekend in Colfax as a ,guest ,of hex son and amily, Mr and Mrs Clifford Presnell: and two daughters. !i Mr. and Mrs. Herman 0.] Jonson ,have sold their tmme here, and will move to Spo- kane next month to make their home. They have made their home in' the, present house for over 25 years, and new will be near her mher, Mrs. Bessie Rothrock. .Miss Florence Rue enter- tained as a guest a few days hst week, Mrs. Daisy Cooper ,of San Diego, Calif. 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Pl, otts is emp,loyed in the bookkeeping departmmt of the Cheney Branch, Seattle- First National bank. Mr. tam- Inert is a machine operator w,ith the Union lacific rail- road. ney, was at ,one tLme e,mplyed at the local lank. Mrs. Leonard Gergen is the new clerk in the Cheney tele- oh,one office. Mrs.. Vivian Har- vey has accepted  positio in the EWSC dieticians office, after being with the telep,hone eompany for some time. Mrs. Earl Hilton spent a few days last week in Seattle, with her son Earl Jr. Going with her was another son, Rick, and returning with her was Miss Betty Thomson. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Coley have as guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stauffer, sons Jerry and Larry from North Hollywood, Calif. A number of parties ave been planned for them, with a picnic Aug. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hair and daughter Patrici,a spoilt a week, vacationing in Canada; touring Lake Louise and Banff, then to Victoria, B. C. return- ing by way of Seattle and the coa,st towns. 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