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E I N PHILENA APARTMENTS %L: i ::i!iill  i %- ^ Mrs. Jack Weigand, who were married in the Cheney Con- Church on August 28, have returned from their honeymoon in the Philena apartments. Mrs Weigand, the former was a teacher in the Spokane and Cheney schools, gand is pro-manager of the Cheney Branch of the Seattle- bank. Bride Charlton Ceremony of Mr. and Mrs. Fred the setting for the Jeanne Boyes and on Friday evening, a double-ring can- performed by l:tainey in the pres- and the im- es. window was the the tail white bas- and ferns and high tapers, before party stood for Glenn Boyes, a bride, was candle another brother, 7- ]3yes, was ring given in marriage by a tailored suit of matching acces- of sweetheart Stephanotis. Margaret Stein- wore a gray accessories and a and stephanotis. the bridegroom's Charlton. Ush- Steiner. followed, with Miss % sister of the bride- and serving the Phyllis Boyes, assisted by an ride, Mrs. Gertrude the punch. was in charge Steiner. Wore for her daugh- navy blue frock corsage of glads Charlton wore with a glamelliai COUple are- making the Butler apart- err honeymoon to daughter of Mr. Boyes, a gradu- school and is at the Che- Son of Mr. and arlton, received his SPokane schools r Years in the navy 3/c. He is em- aaintenance crew department. Club rs. Chandler Garden club in the city rooms. Mrs. W. okane, as special the art of cur- Sand. She displayed dried flowers, f.Vivid coloring and lOral arrangements. good attendance. meeting was to the absence of Mamie Otto-! 31ETy TO MEET SOciety of the Fed- Will hold the first meeting Sep- P.ixL in the church dessert served by and her commit- president, Dressier, vice in charge of buM- include reports LAURA CIRCLE MEETS SEPT 17 Laura Circle of the Women's so- ciety of the Federated church will hold its first fall meeting Thurs- day evening, September 17, at the home of Mrs. Graham Dressier, with Mrs. Harold Stevens, presi- dent, presiding. Mrs. Mark Rat- cliffe, program chairman, will pre- sent a program, and the season's activities will be discussed. DES TO MEET MONDAY Martha Chapter OES will have i the first fall meeting after summer vacation next Monday, September 14, at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Temple: A covered dish dinner at 6:30 for members and families will precede the meeting. The business meeting will include balloting, a memorial for grand officers, announcement of dates of grand matrons visitation, grand re- ceptions and reports. MEETS SEPT. 17 of the Luth- hold the first fall evening, Sep- church basement Projects and re- Miss Hatch Is Wed To Donald Buckey In Millwood ,Church The wedding of Miss Kathryn Jean Hatch and Donald Raymond Buckey was solemnized in the Mill- wood Community Presbyterian church in Spokane Valley Friday evening, September 4, with a dou- ble-ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Roy Howes, pastor, in the presence of the immediate families. The bride, given in marriage by her father, H. S. Hatch, wore a light blue tailored suit with white hat and accessories and carried a crescent bouquet of pink gladioli and stephanotis. Matron of honor was Mrs. Lor- raine King Schloss, who wore a gray tailored suit with white ac- cessories and a corsage of red rose- buds. Best man was Robert Hammond of Booneville, N. ., who came with the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Buckey, for the wedding. Mrs. Hatch wore for her daugh- ter's wedding a navy blue suit with matching accessories and corsage of white carnations and red rose buds. Mrs. Buckey, mother of the bridegroom, wore a wine colored suit with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. A communion service was held following the ceremony. The young couple left at once for Ithaca, N.Y., where they will make their home, while he finishes his senior year at Cornell university. The bride, a daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. S. Hatch of Cheney, is a graduate of Cheney high school, and student at EWCE. She served as life-guard at the Oakesdale pool this summer. Following the wedding the guests spent the evening in Spokane and enjoyed a dinner party together. The missionary unit of the Chris- tian church met Thursday after- noon at the home of Mrs. Louis Smith. After the study period a discussion of the coming food sale was held. The entertainment of shut-ins at the Spokane Women's club house on 9th and Walnut, next Monday afternoon, was also discussed. Mr. and iVirs. M. R. Slavens had as Thursday evening dinner guests their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Murray and three sons of Spokane, and Guysterbus Reg- tuyt of Holland, a guest of the Murrays. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Slavens of Spo- kane.  Streamline... Quality at Low Cost i. / CLUB WILL START SHOWER FOR MISS GRIMMETT Mrs. Roy Duty and Mrs. Tony FALL ACTIVITIES Carpine entertained with a bridal shower Wednesday evening in hen- The Tilicum club of the State or of Miss Trina Grimmett, bride- %Vomen's Federation of clubs will elect of Charles Hixon, whose wed- start the fall activities with de- ding is set for this Saturday eve- Fartment meetings here next week. ning. A large assortment of miscel- The American home department laneous gifts was presented from meets Tuesday evening, September  an attractive table, and refresh- '1 15, with Mrs. William Parker, as-iments served. sisted by Mrs. Norval Holmes, for a program of flower arrangements! Job's Daughters bethel resumed by Mrs Milt Hunt Pregular meetings Tuesday, Sep- . k ' I The Evemng Literary will meet ltembe r 8 after the summer vaca- I Tuesday, September 15, with the ition , with queen Carolyn Dickin- chairman, Mrs. D. B. Moore, at her,son presiding. The program con- home in the Union Pacific depot, I sisted of special business and dis-[ for a potluck dinner and vacation]eussion of coming events. high lights. I The first fall general meeting of l The past matrons of O.E.S. held the Tilicum club will be held Oc-ltheir montifly meeting Thursday tober 9 in the city light auditorium : evening, September 10, at the home for a pioneer tea and centennial]of Mrs. D. A. Barber, with Mrs. celebration honoring community M. S. Jones and Mrs. Francis pioneers who have been here 50 Kuehl assisting. ears or more. I headed by Mrs. J. S. Lane, will dis- The Afternoon Literary and Edu- play the large collection of articles :ation departments will be host- owned by the club. This is a state- esses, serving refreshments and F wide project, when all clubs are ob- providing a program of music and iserving the territorial centennial speakers from 2 to 5 p.m. anniversary, according to Mrs. J. The club's historical committee, P. Gruber, club president. 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