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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, September 4, 1964 MRS. ELVIN L. CHILDERS--Miss Janeth Park, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barton E. Park of Spokane, became the bride of Elvin L. Childers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Childers of Tyler, August 22 in the Hays Park Methodist church with the Rev. Harlan D. Jones reading the vows. NUPTIAL UNITES ELVIN CHILDERS AND MISS PARK Altar baskets of yeow glad- iolus d mu, ms vre the sot- tig in the Idays Prk Metho- dist urch in S $r the wed ".dine of Mis Saner Park nd FAvin L. Ghilders Aug. 22 a¢ 7:30 p:m. with the Rev. Harln D. Jones officiating. The bride, dmghter of Mx. ad Mrs. Barton E.  of East 1803 Fairviev in ka'h: was given in marriage my ne father. Her govn ws fashioned of angel skin peau  a scoop neckIine and rot bodice. The coWtxolled bell skirt  swept into a brush train. A shoulder length ve of im- ported illion was at t.h to ,a pil}box erJbeisea with hce appliques and parls. Her bouquet was White roses, l steplmn, otis aad .ivy. [ bli Jerrie Kennedy, mald f of tmor, wre a long gown l wth a g01d velveteen eralre] bodice arrd a modied sheath skirt ,of maize crepe aveented at the bodiL-e with a cn¢rast- ing gold satin bad and bov at the back waist. He head- piece was a ,matCrg velvet bow with a circutav veil and she carried a cascading bou- quet of yellow ghdioli. The bridegroom, son of Mr. ,arid Mrs. H, arvy ChiMers of Tyler, close arry Me,by of Seattle as best man. Ushers were Randy CaldwOA of Spo- kane and Bernard Busch of Y*akima. The bride's mother wore a pink silk shantung sheath with pink accessaries and the groom's mother wore a pw- der blue lace sheath with white accessories. A reception, followed in the church social hall with Mrs. Samuel Marston, ,aunt of the bride, servirg coffee; Mrs. W. L. NiLsson .served the pnch and Mrs. Howard Ulrich, cou- sin of the groom, had carge of the guest book. The four tier cake erteirded at the base wih yellow gad:ioli was servl by Mrs. F. E. Rib- lest. Following a trip to Lake Louise and G,cier Park the young couple ,ave makg th, eh" ,home at West 1631 Sixth St. in Spokane. TILICUM WOMEN ATTEND MEETI NG Several members of club ttended a plnng com- mittee meeting at the Ripa& in Spokane Saturday. Lura- con served in the Arcade oom was ollowed by a business meeting conducted by M. W. A. Lud, N. E. District presi- dent. Purpose of the meeting was to plan fay file sime conen- tion of the Federation of Wom- ens clubs at Spokane ia May. C,nlen, comittee and d ies were ouCned far the clubs in the dstriet lich are hostesses far the conve4oa. Mrs. W. R. Smith, Spokane, as chose,n general clai_vrmm; the state president, Mrs. Job's Daughters To Meet Tuesday Cherey ob's . Datrgers Bethel will ,hold its first fal neeting Tuesday evening in the Masonic TemIMe, with Queen Ruth Be presiding. The new guardia c(mnil wilCl be instal'led by Mrs. A1- vaa Selves, past gramd guard- ian and (',a} Rudolf, past and ,associate guard&an. Mrs. D. B. Lambert, new guardian, and Dick Jordan, new .associate guardian,  be seated wlth members of the cmmcfl. Practice is tmderway or the official visit here of he grand guardian, Mrs. Doris Guvney, Seattle, Sept. 22. JAPAN ESE GI RL HONORED HERE Kieko Miwa, oficml inter- prater and .h_o,ess of Nishin-' miya, Spokane s sister-city in Japan, was lmnored at a recep- ption by the Oheney Hospital- ity Committee fr Iaterntio students Wednesday even at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M, ark Ratcliffe in Cheney. Miss Miwa was graduated with honors from EWSC in 1957, and since her return to Japan has served in her dual capacity in Nishinom@a. She has been ourig he United States, serving ,as a guide for a growp of J, apanese students. Representatives of Chancy service and student clubs par- ticipated in the honovs for Miss Miwa. Mrs. Don Helm as chairman of the Oheney committee. Miss Clara Kessler, EWSC foreign student adviser, taught M,iss Miwa in 1954 when she was in Japan on a Fulbrig, ht grant. Miss Kessler was influ- ential in having Mi.'ss Miwa at- tend EWSC TILICUM NEWS Tilicum chrb witl resanne meetings this month, wth American Home and Evening Literary departments meetg the evening of Sept. 15. Handiaft depavlnent will meet Sept 22 at the ,home of Mrs. W. Beard. internation1 Education will meet Oct. 1 at the home of Mrs. Mile Ball. general mevabeshtp m g wil .be Oct. 5 with Fine Arts department as the hostess group far a 6:30 din- nor, fl)lowed by a :tmsiness meeting. The board of dirececors will meet later this month at the home of the presidert. LODGE WOMEN : TRAVEL TO M- L TO GREET MATRON Martha Chapter DES was well represented Saturday eve- ning .at Medical Lake for the official visit of the grarl wor- thy matron, Mrs. El, orence Morse. The Reardan Clapter joined Medical Lake for the joirt meeting. The ffrand mat- rn is on her visits in tCastern Washington during the fall months. Going from Chancy Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Waldon O 'h'b- ers, Mrs. Kern Gooway, Mrs. thold Harvey, Mrs. Jokn bou- than, Mrs. AVred Wesman i l@s. D. G. Jerue, Mrs. A. B. C attin'g arid Mrs. Mile Ba'll. larth, a elapter will resamae regular meetings on Set. 14 wih a potluck dmcr preced- ing the meeting ad imthtion. CHURCH NEWS METHODIST The Women's Society of the Metkodist church will meet Tuesciay at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. FYances KueM, president, will preside. The program study topic is "The New Purpose-- A New Age," with 2Allian Ha,I1 the leader. Devotions wilt be in charge of Mrs. John Banks. Yar books wfl be dis- tributed and discussed. Des- set hostesses are Mrs. Jira Moorman, Mrs. Myxm Mill ad Miss lay Powell. The Methodist Sund,ay school will meet Sunday morn- ing at 9:45 to begin fall activities. A ew curriculum of class work will be under the direct2on of Mrs. Sam Hatch. All children are to meet in the Youth Center that day. A nur- sery is akso maintained at the church far the 11 a. m. ser- vices. Rummage sale articles are being accepted by Metlmist omen at any time by con- tacting Mrs. Carl Head, ricks, Mrs. J. Van Brunt nd Mrs. FaneAs KueM. GAR AuxiRary To Meet Sept. ]2 Gem. George Wght Wom- an's Relief Oops No. 8. Auxil- iary to the Grand Army of the RepubLic, In,c., will convene Sept. 12 in the American Ig- ion hall at 1 p. m. Two new sllk fags will be presented to the Co,ops. These flags were earned through a gain in memberstp nd are riven by the department of Washington and Ahska each year to he Carps receivirg the most new members. MLss Mildred Joiner wl re- pot on the depamle'rt con- venison held in Seattle, and Mrs. G. J. Heghr wil,1 give an ecount of the rmtioal con- vention held in Aa¢ic Citly, N.J. Refreshments w"ffi be served flier the meeting. VISITORS FROM PORTLAND Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Young and ehildrep, Olarlene, Dudley III and Colleen, of Portland, spent from Sunday until Wed- nesd, ay with their pare,neE, Mr. a,rd Mrs. I.l'eyd Hoa@ay. Tues- day evening the Holhdays en- tertai'ned with a amity dinner for the Youngs, Mr.. rd Mrs. Robert Gifting and Dean anti Ms. Buelah Lee of Spokane. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Sept. 7--Labor Day vacation. Sept. 3-.-Browned '.habit, bur- ger in gravy, mashed potatoes, tray, corn,bread, water- Ino2on. Sept. 9-Chili, carrot and celery sticks, maple bars, apple sauce. Sept. 10---Hamburger de- luxe, green bes, peach crunch. Sept 11Macarani and cheese, buttered carrots, cole shw, peanut bttter rol,s, fruit cup. NEWS BRIEFS r. and Mrs. Ernest H_rr and Mr..,.d Ms. Roy Ha, Spokane, vaeatioued in Canada last week, staying at Raditma Hot Springs, Baf, Lake Louise and CYan, bvook. They BAPTIST There will be training union rallies spon- sored by the Spokane Baptist churches begnig the first week of September. Messen- gers to represert e Chancy Baptist church include Mr. Mrs. Rayborn A. Joyner mad Pastor and Mrs. Amick Champe. Alternate raessenger is Mrs. W. R. Ber,lff, church clerk• S.F.C. Robert Vau.glm has returned from six weeks sea. sion at Fort Lewis. He assisted with the trawspovtation unit of the basic training for the new oadets stationed there. He will re same his position at EWSC with the ROTC. Mr. C h a m p e announced pl, ans for enlarging the college department of the Oheney Bap- tist ctmrch An ice cream so- returned home by way of Rag- e series of er Pass ..and Pentic)n. Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Banks spent Thursday .at Twin Low chch camp on Twin Lakes. The camp closed fr the sea- son Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Rhet Heyer, Pandy and Debbie returned home ,on FvJd, ay a.ter spending tim summer at Essex, Mont., where Heyer is assooiad with a road cmmtruetior company. Mr. and Mrs. Mike OaudiU annotmce the birth f a son Tuesday at Sacred Heart Hos- pital in Spokane. He joins two sisters .and one brother at the home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Free- man of Cheney are the mater- nal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hilton spent last week on vacation at Hill s Resort on Priest Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Betz cial will he given to welcome entertained as Saturday eve- the new college students. Qual- nine guests her sister, Mrs. ified teachers, elected by the Roy 0. Ellis, and fy and church members, will teach a brother and wife, Mr. and the col'lege department each Mrs. William Lilenthal, Spo- Sunday morning at 10 and at 6 kane. Sunday evening. Special music- Mrs. W. J. Cart entertained al programs and Sin,gspiraions as overnight guests Saturdzy will be featured, her granddauglter,. L i n d a The Cheney Baptist church IIoughaL ,a semor m nurses will sponsor a teacher's train-I training in Portland, arid Keith ing union class begS:truing at 6! Richey, Portland, who is spend- Sunday evening So, ember 6. ing this week in Coeur d'Alee Mr. Champe wial conduct these and Spokane. Miss Houg, ham sessions .of special teacher is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. training metlmds. The impart- Wayne ltougham of Coeur ant role of the teacher and the d'Alene. .signifi;cam'e of *he. advance Jim Bair, ,a graduate of WSU ment of Christianity will be at Pull'man who has spent the topics of study and discussion, summer in Cheney with his ?TETHODIST Two members of the Cheney iXetkodist church attended the anrmal Methodist Laymen's ral- ly August 29-30 on the Univer.s- ity of Puget Sound campus m "leom,a. The 230 ddegates represe- ed Methodist churches firoughout Wa'shingmn and Northern Idaho. They spent the two days studying the spir- it and standards of Christian doctrine. Those attending from the local church included "Ted" Freeman and Melvin S. Jones. M. and Mrs. Wfldiam entertaiated as guests the past week his sister, .Mrs. S. MeLo. from Nevada, and her sister, Mrs. Tom Lee, from Monvm. When your phone rings... You May Receive $12 Dry Cleaning Cardl ' fo only $3 9S : : This card wilt entitle you to $1.00 w,rlth: off dry €leaning each month for the next 12 months. You will else receive a nice household item when the mother, Mrs. Marion Bair, left for Maryville on Monday. He will be a,a instructor in he junior high school there, teach- ing math and science and J ccaehing the basketb.l tem. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Bvvn Re-Elect JOHN L. COONEY STATE SENATOR Cooney's seniority for you . . . 12 years in the legislature and a member of • Amber News • By Jennifer Jordan The Amber School District resumed school Monday. The leachers this year are Dale McCulley and Mrs. Sehons. New students at Amber Uais year are Ray Goodwin and Kaa-en Godw# in the siLxth grade and Tams McCufiey, Paul Harris, Mike Hartley and Shar- on Goedwin in the lower grades. Classes will not be held Monday. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. N. A. C ordill, Kay, Ann and Nels attended the wedding of Carrie U,nger to ary Gage at St. Bau,l's Lutheran church in Spok, ae Saturday. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan were Mr. and Mrs Will Kidwell, Jim tertained as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Cy Wams, O n- tareD, Ore. The Willlams aso visited their son, Kd"rk Wil- liams, and family, who are makin[g their home in the Mel- ville Apartments in Che,ney. Mrs. Vern Rolfe of Portl, and, Formerly of Chen, ey, spent a few days here last week. On Wednesday she was guest of honor at a luncheon given by Mrs. Nohn Brown. Mrs. Rih- ,a,rd RoDs and Mrs. D. G. Jerue also enterLained Mrs. Roe. Mrs. H. D. Walker returned Sunday from the coast, wthere' she vi'sited her s.on, W'ffiiam J. Walker. Several @ays were spent at Cogalis Beach, wkhere t h e y dug clams and toured along beaches. She also visited with relatives in Seattle en route home. ,Mr. and Mrs. Mild Ball, with their daughter, Mrs. H arry Kin, g, and ,her two sans George and Allen, spent sev- eral days this week in Gcier Park and Montana. Mrs. Bali xas one of the delegates fro the Spokane County library board to atte,r the Pacific Northwest cenvention of li- brary boards, held two days the park. Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Banks entertained as Sunday lurch- con guests Mr..and Mrs. Sam Hatch. Mrs. Don Dobrott, Pao Alto, Calif., is a guest of ,her par- ens, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ber- nard. Two sml daughters, Gretchen and Heidi, are with her as they are en route to heir new home in New York Sty, where he is with the Curant Mathematical Rh at New York University. They expect to join lfi,m in New Yrk the 1,z st of next week. Neal Parse, former editor of the Free Press, spent a few days in Cheney this week, call- mg on old friends. He was a Tuesday eve ring dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Engel. He is associated with a daffy newspaper at Salem, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tolef- son plan to move to their new country home near Fish Lake about Oct. 1. Moving in their lome on East Third St. are Mr. and Mrs. William Riggs and family. and Beth. Sunday dirmer guests included Mrs. laa, ion I/,air, Jim Br, Chris Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Harve 3or- dan. Mrs. Ginny Terhard was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Weisman and family. Carol Sooy was a Friday night guest .of Jenrdfer Jordan. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lay- , Oeser were Mr,. a, ad Iienry Vuillenmier of SwiCzerland. They ae fay friends of Mrs. Oeser. They are txveliag several moths in the with the French Citroen van and will return to zerhnd by "sp from Los getes in October. 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. 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