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Page 4 Gheney Free Press Friday, September 3, 1965 O || . ean.n00,s; er is slowly . . . or perhaps not so sloccly . . . turning to = /  the colder temperatures of the I &apos;00LOCal 00llews-0000 fall mon'ths. Last week when the thermometer took a sud- ""-' den drop people found them- selves packing away their summer clothes and dragging out their winter garmen, ts that had been stored in a trunk or Sam Brights Return From European Tour Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bright re- turned last week from a two months tour of 11 European coun'tries. Countries visited were Hol- land, West Germany, Austria, RaCy, Morraeo, France, Swit- zerland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Errgland. Some of the countries were included in the itinerary with a tour- ing troup and others they vis- ited on their own. The Brights said accommo- dations and food were very good and the weather usually good but somewhat chilly. They visited the usual tourist attractions besides additional cathedrals and castles and felt that each European country had somethirtg special to of- fer. They also said the coun- tryside was truly beautiful and spacious. NEWS BRIEFS Invitations are in the mail for the wedding of Lois Mae Weber and Harold Floyd Pen- dell, in the Oheney church Saturday, Sept 25, at 7:30 p. m. The bride-elect is the dattghter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weber of south Chc- hey, the bridegroom-elect is the son of Mr. a'd Mrs. Har- old Pendell of Four Lakes. Both young people are grad- uates of the Cheney high sclmol. A reception will fol- low the ceremonms in the Cheney city hall. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hos- som and children expect to move to their home in Cheney early next week. They have spent the summer m<mts at their Williams lake home, While the C. H. Hedtke fam- ily occupied their hene. Mrs. W. J. Carr is spendin much- of ,the time with Mrs. a Van Seoyoc, who is recov- ering from surgery. Mr. n,d Mrs. Jim Grier were Stmday dinner guests of their scm attd famy, Mr. and Mrs. DRane Grief in Spokane. The occasion celebrated the birth- day of Mrs. Jim Grier. with the gmadetfildrn' presenting the decorated cake. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bergloff were weekend guests of their son and family, in Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bevg lf. Mrs. Carenee Armstrong nd daughter Betty Rodeek of Spokane were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bar,off on Monday, Another guest was Mrs. Edith Mi'ller, from Wav- ely. Miss Mamie Ottomeier took Mrs. G. L. Nickelts on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Elizbe Caer, m Omak over the weekertd. Mr. and Mrs.  Zim- merman of Seattle were guests of  parapets a few dasrs over the weekend of Aug. 22, re- turning to Seattle last week. A niece of Mrs. Zimmerman, Miss Judy Davis, spent a fev 6ays over this weekend at the l Zimmerman home, when her] p_rents, Mr. arid Mrs. R. M. I Davis, came o take Lher home. ] They enjoyed a trip in Idho] and Montaa for huvklebervies, whe here. Mr. ami Mrs..Mile Ball en- tertained as Tuesday evening dinner guests, their son and favaily, Mr. and lVirs.  Ball Jr. and thee son'_s. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower spain a .few days  week in Rerm, Nov., with ,her brother Rex Manehesr who is umler medical cave with a ,heart eondion. M2s. Mahester, vIto is employed part :time at ,a local department atare is away for pm-t of eaeh d. $Irs. A. B. Cutting ton spearing tas week in Oregon, Crater hke national pwk, Med- frd and tle, Ore. o days ware spen in Port- l".,md on Women's cktb wrk ad tourixtg ,tam Portend city , of interest. Mr. and Mrs. James Nor- wood md two children from Gradview  moved to the Wwren Westerman hotrse on 110 Fourth street to make their home. Mr. N-wood will teach math and social studies in the Cheney ",high scl. Mrs. Robert Jansen, David and Lori Ann of Spokane spent Saturday avxl Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower. ,Mr. d Mrs. Jim Ba[r have moved to Mvysville fl-,is week where he is coach and teach- er in the school. ,Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ra- j ata and sns returned Friday after spending three weeks in Michigan. They were at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and visited relatives in the northern part of the sate. Scott Frost Weds Miss Kinderman Miss Barbara Ann Kinder- man, ,daughter ,of Mr..and Mrs. Claude R. Bigger of Spokane became the bride of Scott Nel- son Frost Saturday afternoon in a double ring ceremony per- formed at the Knox Presbyter- Jan ehurdh. Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman S. Frost of Newport, will begin his third year at Eastern Washington State Col- lege this fall. Attending the weddirg from Cheney were Mr. ,and Mrs. G. T. Frost and John. Mrs. John Dubay (Mary Lou Roos) Gue;ts of Plotts Mrs. John Duby (iMary Lee: Roos) has been visiting at the R. M. Pltts :home near Edwall the past five weeks. She called on Mr. and Mrs. Dick Roos, Raymond Roos, Mrs. Beth Smith and Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Conley during the week. On Friday she and Mr. and Mrs. Plotts visited Mrs. Gai Roes and Mrs. Abraham in Walla Walla. In the evening they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvis East; Sunday they visited Mr. and Mrs. Rex Paice (Beryl McDonald) at Cooer d'Alene. Mary Lee was an overnight guest 'at the home el Mr. and Mm. Stanley Fasules (Carol Wiebe) in Spokane on Tuesday. They were all schoolmates at the Sunset school for several years where Mrs. Paice was their :teacher. She left for her home in Los Angeles Sunday fter- noon after .attending the Plotts-Fromm wedding Satur- day evening in Spokane. N EWS BRi EFS Mr. rand Mrs. E. G. West af Spokane spent a few days here with ker sister and husband, Mr. 'and Mrs. C. W. Alexander. Another guest was Mrs. Gle Jhnn, a daugkter, froan Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Meredith from Oakesdale, spon Sun- day here with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. lob,ert Harvey and two chil- dren. Mrs. Elmer Luiten was a vis- itor on Tuesday aternso of Mrs. Mac Vm Scoyoc. Others were Mr. and Mrs. rancis Kuehl, Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brtmt. Mr. and Mrs. William Bry- an have their son-in-law and daughter from Bremerton, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilcox arriving today, Friday, to spend the La- bor Day 'holidays here with them. .'Mr. ad Mrs. Earl Hilton en- tertained a number of the young guests .here for their son's wedding on Aug. 28. Tlmy were Eiaille and Roger Hurtt, Yama; Tom Drum- mond, Khy Pu'tnam, Seattle; Nen Nutter, Vancouver; Ed Tutkk of Py$ht, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Ad- ams .and sons, elm and Mi. chael from St. Pan,l, Miinn., visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F_rl Fish. Other caners were Mr. anal Mrs. James Crawford and Mr. ami Mrs. Lloyd I-Illada,. Dr. ond Mrs. Obed W- son .and Cldren re vacation. ig in Ca,cta, and are in G,rafton, N. D. this week for a reunion of the W'.xRimson famy at the home of his rel. atives. / Mr. and Mrs. W Brym reCurned last week om a va- eac trip to Yellowstone k. He visite dwith his sister amily at Silvegate, lVIat., and relatives at Big Timber m Mbtana. l.  Mrs. Carl Head- ricks and son, Stanley, went to Ohello on Stmday for a family icnc at the :home of a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stan- ley McLean and chdre,n. Other relaves pa-esor were Mr. and IVlrs. Edwin Oker- strum, Mrs. Myrtha Mill, Mrs. Mary Hollmxl, Mr. and M. Gordon Hendricks, Spokane; Mr. ard Mrs. Gary Hendricks, from Davenport Mr. and Mrs. Phil Tarbe, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tarbert and families and Alene Green. A potluck pic- rRc dinner was served on the hv, fllowed by games and social a2ternoon. Alex RajMa spent last week at Camp Seabeck on Hoods Canal attemdirtg a leadership corfference representing Che- ney high school associated stu- dent body. The purpose of the conference is to develop lead- a dusty box in some unused closet for the past six months. Yourg people in sw'tmsuts, crying for warm weather, were discouraged by the cold nip in the air, and were hur- riedly cleaning skirts, jeans, dresses, sweaters, and outer clothing in order to be ready for school. But despite the weather conditions people are still enjoying the lake and the relaxation that it supplies. PATTI COX AND TERRY GAMON NUPTIALS HELD The ceremony uniting Miss Patti Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Cox of Spo- kane, and Terry Gamon was performed on July 31 at the St. Rose of Lima church "m Che- ney with Father Joseph Don- aker of Bishop White's semi- nary officiating. Terry is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Wilfred Gamon of this city. The bride wore an elegant floor length gown. The em- pire lace bodice had a sabrina neckline and long sleeves. The semisheath crepe skirt was embellished with a detachable watteau train adorned with a petite bow. Her finger-tip illu- sion veil was held by orange blossoms. Miss Susan Cox, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mary Lee Gillette and Kathy Gamon who is a sister of the room. The aendants' gowns, a love- ly shade of lavender blue, had slghtily flared skicts acconted by empire waistlines. Don Meyer serve! as best man for his brotner-in-iaw Terry. Guests were seated by Jon Morin and Dennis La- Vigne. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Cox wore a deep pink tvo piece jacket dress. Mrs. Gamon selected a light pink three piece costume. Both had corsages .of ghdiolus. Miss Sally Riggers was the organist for the ceremony. A reception for the guests was keld followin the wed- drag at the Chancy city hall. The predomirate colors of the wedding were carried out at the wedding reception, as the bridal table was covered with lavender roses. Asaistig was Mrs. Don Meyer, sister of the groom, who served the wed- ding cake to the guests. Pour- ing .purmh was Miss Wylene Gamon of Kent, Washirtgton and presiding at the coffee urn ws Mrs. K. L. Stugeon of Au- burn, Washington..Miss Jan- ice Neltnear was in charge of the guest book and Miss Ann Col)ay and Carol Dor- major were in charge of the gift tble. Honeymoon plans for the cuple incl, uded visits to Glac- ier and Yellowstone Natin,al ,parks, to the North Dakota Bd Lands, and included a vis- it in Wall, S. D. where they stayed with Terry's grandfath- er, Dr. G. W. Mills. They are now residing in Chancy at No. 15 Studen't Court. LOON LAKE VISITORS SPEND WEEK RELAXING Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Paulson and son, Win, spent more than a week .at Loon lake at the kome of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Frasier. The Frasiers were in Portand, Ore., attending the National Amerivan Legion convention, in whimh the'tr son- in-haw of Chioago was partici- paring. After the convention they visited points of interest along the Oregon coast. House guests during the Pa ,.ttlsons' stay were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kemtedy. Anoth- er visitor was Carl Bdehl who spe last weekend as the guest of Win before the Paul. sorts returned home on Sun- day. After the Kennedys left Loon lake they vacationed on the WasldIgton coast al vis- ited their daughter .and sen-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J,aekson. (continued on page 6) CALIFORNIA VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Ted Radon and amily left Saturday for Sacramento, Calif., for a fam- ily reunion at Paul Radons. All of their family would be to- gether. George Radon, a for- mar resident of Four Lakes, ws badly burned in an ex. 3lesion wlgle starting a bar. becue. He was hospitalized for three weeks and is recuperat- ing at home now. Mr. and Mrs. James Hall from Carmichael, Ca.tif. and Gus Fitzner called on Mr. and ershp and to ins'ire'el student Mrs. Sam Van Camp Monday body officers in governnenSal evening. Mrs. Hall is the for. procedures, met Elsie FRzner. by Gall" CHURCH NEWS l o Appear on IV The Rev. Howard Pitts, pas- T I L I C U M NEWS tor of Cheney Methodist m,. m;,; .... ,. . , ;+; !church, will appear on televis- are'ttlnunter  "vi,lion next Sunday morning enega , emer y wmti e}sept 5, at 10a m He will be g t . . p meng '. " . ............ Imtervlewed coreermng Pro- naYnrtt.14h  iootsd. t testant lay movements in Eur- v. " lope by the Rev. James Albert- partment will be hostess, son on "World of Faith" on The baard meeting will be KREM-TV. held at the new hone, m of the president, Mrs. Warren Wes- terman Wednesday, Sept. 29 at 10 a. m. with plan's discuss- ed on the Northeast District convention in April, 1966, of which Tilicum is the hostess in Chancy. The fall district convetion will be in Tekoa on Oct. 9, when the Tilicum presiden NAZARENE Saturday at 6 p. m. the church will hold its annual Sunday school potluck picnic at Sutton park, wlth games for all ages. if weather does not permit the use of the park, it will be held in the church. Monday at 7:30 at the Che- nay church of the Nazarene will be a guest missionary speaker, the Rev. Jim Kratz from Barzil. They have been on the field for five years and are now on furlough holding services throughout the Unit- The couple left by plane for ed States. Canada on their honeymoon ,, na a,. A i .t. vrp, nu Will De a florae in " " ." --. ....... ]bmer, now pastormg in Ger- eame alter >epL iv, an, a con- i re, awe will be seakin at the tinue their studies at the Uni- [I Nazu:en eur "' Tu's . versity of Washington  e a cn esaay at i 7:30 v. -- REHEAR'SA-L-DN" ' Rev. arid Mrs. Finkbiner grew up at Connell, where Mr. and Mrs. Earl HiRon en- they attended the Connell tertained at a dinner party at church ,of the Nazarene. will issue the invitation. ........ their :home on Friday evening, datm?nUrYeaL:ts be' iAu'g. 27 following the rehear- i - ," "  : .L :,sal for the wedding of their ng matte Dy a comrmvree Oil.,,.. E"-' " ....  '++- '--- member and ""i11 h mo,,.ik,, I o'* a** o,. ax,u ey .,,v,.- e" "n i ' " "*:: Z .... ',.*""'" I son, who were married on Sat- Q 1 g me Ior Ilrs meezlngs ...... l ur(lay, Aug. Z. , Mrs. Ted MeMillan and Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson Bride of E. Hilton Miss Elizabeth Jean Thom- s.on, daughter of Dr. ad Mrs. Duncan M. Thomson, Modesto, Calif., became the bride of Earl L. Hilton, Jr., son of Mr. :and Mrs. Earl L. Hilton, Che- ney, Saturday, Aug. 28 at a :three o'clock double ring cere- mony in the Whitworth Cm- munity Presbyterian church, Dr. A. Vincent Carr officiat- ing. Baskets of yellow gladioli and white chrysanthemums and lighted tapers in wrought iron candelabras decorated the altar. The bride, given in mar- riage by her father, wore a floor length Cahill gown of light ivory alpaca designed with a brush train. The over skirt .of the bell shape was out- lined with Guipure lace, as ,,, the oortrait neckline. For back interest it had a bow at the slightly dropped wst- line, Her elbow length veil was eld by a pillbox of mazhing fabric and lace. Her pearls were a gift from the bride- grooam arid she carried ivory roses and stephanotis in her bouquet. Miss Peggy Thomson, sister 0 the bride, was maid of hen, or. Miss Nancy Hilton, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Kathy Putrmm of Seattle, were bridesmaid's. They wore iden- tical gowrs of robin-egg blue chiffon ,over taffeta with scoop necklines aild elbow length sleeveS, i Tom D'end was best man. Ushering were Rick Hil- ton, Steve McMillan, Edward Tulleck, mid Roger Hunt. The reception followed in the church .parlors, where the tiered weddirtg cake made and decorated by the groom's aunt, wa ,cut and served by Mrs. Donald McMilhn and Miss Betsy Smith. Mrs. Charles Snth presided at the coffee urns, Mrs. Kenneth McCall po,ared the punch. ,Miss Carol McMillan and Miss Charnelle McCall handled the guest book. BAPTIST The Bapti'st church women organized into a Fellows'hip Society on Wednesday, Sept. 1 Don MeMillan, aunts of the groom, assisted at the dinner. Those attending were Miss Thomson, her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Dun'can Thomson, Peggy and Richard Thomson, Mrs. Cffarles Smith and Betsy, of California, Miss Kathy Put- nam, Miss Nena Nutter, Miss Charnelle McCall, Miss Charnelle McCall Miss Elaine ttunt, Edward Tull,ock, Tom Drummond, Roger Hunt, Steve and Bill McMillan, Earl Hilton Jr., Nancy, Rick and Jerry Hilton. SHOWER HELD Miss Betty Thomson, bride- elect of Earl Hilton Jr., was hormred with a bridal kitchen shower, at the home of Mrs. Ted McMillan and Carol, o Thursday evening, Aug. 26. Gifts were presented from a pink arid white table, which featured a pink umbrella. The guests were friends frown high school, and were Misses An- drea Simchuck, Phyllis Edam- atsu, Mary and Linda Shnp- son, Linda and Phyllis Martin, Myrna Rietz, Nmacy Hilton, Judy and Donna McCall and Charnelle, Gayte and Gloria McCall. Also included were aunts, mothers and grandmoth- ers of the couple. PORTLANDERS VISIT Mrs. Sara Kirkpatrick is en- joying a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Norma Far- rand, from Portland. Sunday they had dinner with another daughter, Mrs. Hazel Powell, in Spokane. when they met at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Amick Champe. Plans were made for the meeting time and a'ctivi- ties of the group. Roy. and Mrs. Champe have moved to the house on third and College streets. CHRISTIAN The Christian church brd of directors will meet Tues- day evening in the church. The Men's Fellowship held a meeting Wednesday at Jim Churchwells, for plans for the fall season. Mrs. Jim Bl'ack- shaw eorducted the Women's Fellowship meeting Thursday. tATTER DAY SAINTS The Cheney branch of the Latter Day Saints church ser- vices are moving to a portio of the 1OOF building, this week to hold their Sunday ser- vices, Sunday school and wor- ship is at 9 a. m. and in the evening at 5 p. m. the sacre- ment service will be held. Dr. Grart Tlomas of Cheney is the president and leader of the branch. U'NITED CHURCH Next Sunday, Sept. 5, the United Church of Christ, Che- nay, will hold the hst of the ;ervices ,at 9:3'0 ,o'clock. The )astor, the Roy. Philip L. Ei- senhauer, will be in the pul- pit. METHODIST The Methodist church wom- en's Society executives corn- Realty HIT YOUR AVERAGE TOURNEY LUCKY LADY DAY Every Wed., 1 p. m. Starts soon Prizes galore m"mm..m.m MEN'S WOMEN'S CITY TOURNEY Team, Doubles, Singles PINE CONE TOURNEY,m MIXED SWEEPERS WEEKENDS It's Time To BOWL Again! WANT TO J01N A LEAGUE THIS SB30N? WOMEN - We have a few openings for anyone wanting to bowl Thursday Mornings 9-11 Call 235-6278 or 235-4054 (Nursery & Baby Sitter provided) MEN - We have openings for 7 p. m. Friday nights. Call 235-6278. MIXED - We have openings for 7 p. m. Wed- nesday Nights, and 5 p. m. Sunday. BOYS & GIRLS- Come in and register for AJBC Leagues now forming. STARTING SEPT. 7TH, WE WILL BE OPEN FROM 10 A. M. 'TIL MIDNIGHT OR LATER, EVERY DAY. "Strike-A.Lite" For ALL Open Bowling Light the Lights and Win Free Games! Every Tues. 'fil 5 p. m,- 3 Games For $1.00 Every Sun. Morn.- Reni-A-Lane $2 an hour Cheney B0wl PHONE 235-6278 mittee, held a meeting Wednesday afternoon. eoun:try home of Mrs. eis Kuehl, program The year boks, ject and devotion,s sudy outlined and discussed tail. Mrs. Mae Van president, bruffht the ia!s to rviea, and 12 present. HAPPINESS IS GETTING A B U LOVA $39.i i (i i SMITH Jewe Men's and Xmas Singles Tourney JACKPOTS TURKEY SHOOTS TOURNEY CITY Game Men & AJBC TOURNEYI