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J Page 4 y Free Press Friday, September 11, 1964 I MONTANANS VISIT I Mrs. Atma Hut of Hot MR. AND MRS. WALTER HUBBELL [Springs, Mont., visited her ]cousin, Mrs. Caroline Spuler, CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY /last week. Mrs. Spuler&apos;s guests on Labor Day were a ,grandson Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Hub- bell celebrated their glden  edding armiversary with a re- ception on Sunday aternoon m the Cheney City I-loll. Their three children, hos for ,the event, were ,Mrs. Lu- cile McKay, Seattle; Mrs. Ger- ,a, ldine Dahl, Cheney, arid How- ard Hubbell, .Seattle. The set- ring of yenow and white flow- ers and candles was arranged by ,his sister, Mrs. Sid Cole- man, Moscow, Idaho. The tiered decorated wed- ding cake, mae by Mrs. Fak Shafer of Wil)ur, was cut ant served by Kathleen MeKay and Judy Hubbell CDtvistianson the00 000050000hters. 00fee was poured by their tWin granddaughters, Gayle mad Gloria Dahl. Punch was served by Mrs. WilHaan McIay. GaY Dahl of Cheney, their grand- son, ssisted in receiving wilh Mr. and Mrs. Hubbell. Hand- ,ling he guest register w[ Jill Dab_l and Pamela HmDe'. One grardd,aaager, in Do- ver, Del., ws.unable to attend. Mrs. Hubbell is a native (rf Cheney. They were married in September 0 1914 in her per- ents' .home i.n Cheney. They have made Oheney their home except for a number of years in other cities, where Mr. Hub- bell was a carpenter. Among the out of town guests were their sisters, bro- thers, children ,and grandchil- dren from Seattle, Spokane, Wilbur, Olympia, Smmysde, H,artline, Diamond Lake, Fed- eral Way, Medical Lake, La- ment, Amber and Oakesdale. Sims-Campbell Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sims announce the engagerne,n and forthcoming marriage of their, daughter, Judy, to Mr. Dick Campbell of Pasadena, Calif. and family, Mr. anti Mrs. Fran- ci, s Spuler, ard children, Garry and Caroll of Hanser Lake, Colored Slides Will Be Shown Colored lides of our na- tion's capitol will be shown by Mrs. G. J. Heglar at Satur- day's meeting of the General George Wright Woman's Re- lief Corps No. 8 ,at 1 p. m. in the American Legion hall. Also on the agenda wi be presertation of two new silk flags and convention reports. Preshments will he served by Mrs. Irene Ralston, Miss Mil- dred Joiner, and Mrs. Heglar. ,tysburg battle field. They vis- ited relatives at "Misslin, Pa., and with Dr.  Brewer, w.ho is head of the de:ent of elementary edcatLor, at Permsylvania Un@ersi. ____e- er was formerly on She EWSC Williamsons Home From Long Trip Dr. and Mrs. Obed Wi- son, Guss ,and Anna returned lst weekerd fom a 6,000 mile vacation trip to the eastern coast. Jeff Jones of SeaLle ac- companied them, as they czmped aor.g the way. They visited the Lewis ad Clark caverns and yellwwstone park, Black HIS of Dakotas and In- d, iana Dunes State Park. They spent a week in Mercersg, JUDY SIMS Pa., with cousins, attended a The wedding will take 4Mace major league basebtl gne in this fall. Baltimore and visited he Get- Miss Sims  a gtaduate of Cheney High School and the Deaconess School of Nursing. Mr. Campbell is an eleetr- el,an at Pasadena Nazarene col- lege where both were students last year. CLUB NEWS FUTURE SLIMS The Future Slims club will meet onday with Mrs. George Fisher. The meetings ,are held each Monday at 10 a. m. :and are open to anyone interested in joirgng. Phone 235-6885 for irfformation. GUARDIAN COUNCIL INSTALLED AT BETHEL 17 FALL MEETING faculty. They also called on Abe reunion of the Williamson broflers and sisters ws held at Lake Potpin, Minn., with 1O0 there, letming home they spent a week at GrMton, N. D., wth his parents and at Forks, N. D., with other rela- tives. Bethel 17 of Job's Daught- ers held its first fall meeNng Tuesday evenin'g in the Mason- ic Temple to install the new guardian council. Honored Queen Ruth Bell presided for the business meet- ing, which included reports on summer activities and plan's for the official visit of the grand guardian Sept. 22. A hayride was planned, alnd committees ,appointed. Past grand guardian Mrs. Alvina Selves and past grand associ- ate guardians Carl RudoLf ,and Walter Martin were present and welcomed. Six past hon- ored queens were intredced ad welcomed. Mrs. Seles and Mr. Rudolf were he italling officers, assisted by Pat Hair and Anne Cordill, guide and m,arshal, Geri Charlton, record- er, and Peggy Betz, musician. The following officers were in- stalled: Mrs. D. B. (Geri) Lm- bert, guardian, Dick Jordan days last week Mrs. Emily Ooble of Montan,a, who former- ly made ,her h, ome in Cheney. Mrs. Cubic will return to Che- hey soon and make ler heine a,t 713 East Second St. The engagement and ferth- co:mig marriage of Miss Ser- GREEK STUDENT HONORED AT TEA Miss Souh Pompori,'toreign student from Greece who has spent four years in the United States and Oheney, was hon- ered with 'an afternoon tea Thursday aftern,oon at the home of Mrs. Veo F. Small. Miss Cara Kessler and Mrs. W. L. Rowles were co,hostesses. Miss Pompori, a graduate EWSC, has 'been granted schohrship from the Mayo Clinic of New York in physi- cal therapy. She is returning to Greece where she will wrk with doctors. Guests included friends EWSC, the Cheney 'hos- committee for foreign students .and members of A1- trusa club. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Ray Daken spent Labor Day weekend in C oeur d'Alene ,as guests of their daughter, Mrs. Ward WMker. Mrs. D. G. Jerue entertained with an afternoon tea Fiday at her home to compliment Mrs. Don Dobrott (Sherrie Ber- nard), who has spent the past week here with her parents, Mr. and s. W. S. Bernard. Mrs. Dobrott and her d,augh- tes joined her ,husband in New York City over the weekend, where they will make their .home. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Stifler left Sunday to ,spend a month LEGION AUXILIARY The Legion auxilry met Wednesday evening in the Leg- ion hall. The district president ry Milsp, niece of Mr. and of Mrs. Harry Peuck, has been an- a nounced to Kermeth F. Kirst o4 Los Angeles. The wedding date will be about Oct. 1. Miss Milsap has spent he streamer in Cheney. The groom-elect who has been serving in the Navy, received his di'schaage this Week in CaliforrAa. The couple will live in Californa. Mrs. W. J. Carr is sending a few days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Maxine Peter- son. Mr. and Mrs. Peters,on lo4t Murphy inroduced the guest for teenagers will be at e speaker for the eveng, John Episcopal,Young Churchmen O Brien, business manager and home of the Rev. H. W. Hub- adverting 4irecter of he of: bad at 1506 Fifth St., Sunday ficial diocesan newsi)aper ot , Spokane, the Inland Cathoic at 6:0 p. m. Young people of St. Paul's Register. O Brien spoke on of Cheney and St. Timohy's elivmen. METHC At the Churche00 installed the corps of officers . alon, g with Mrs. Ernest Hair, ..... president. Reports were made __.   - { cn child welfare and donatiorm ST. ROSE OF ,  l of two layettes. The next din- Mrs. John Murpny, .ne:t [ ic will be held on Sept. 28 from installed plesider, pesyeve[ 9:30 a. m. to 10:30, when mere- the first meet'rag.  the yea. bers will assist the coury of the .t tsocety.taesff nurse All children are wel- in the parish natl. oner orn- cers installed were, vice-p- :.ome. talent, Mrs. Del M cCormem Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hart secretary, Mrs. Don MeMillan; treasurer, Mrs. Berrmvd Kings- :pent last week in Brix}geport as guests of their danghter, ly. rs. WilLiam Fisher. After outlining the program and plan's for 1964-65, Mrs. in Oregon on a rock lound trip, traveling in their cam-I per. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clin,: ton, Tacoma, spent a few days early last week in Cheney as LODGE NEWS Martha chapter OES will re- sume activities Monday with a associate guardian; Agnes 6:30 p. m. potluck dinner pa- Clavlton, secretary; Madolin ty. At 8 p. m. ,a business meet- Jordan, treasurer; Wanda Swe- ing and initiation will be corn gle, director of music, with ducted by Mr. and Ms. H,ar- members of the associate coun- old Pendell, patron and mat- cil mad committee, Pearl Wets- run. Dates to be announced man, Epoct% Virgirfia Hair and will be the official visit of the Marie Ray. sociability; Maoei C:ordill, paraphanatia; Char-grand malron, Mrs. FoTence Morris, to Cheney on Nov. 9, lotte Galloway, De,eta Good- with the Spangle chapter as win, Forence Faucebt and co,hosts. "Advance Night" or Grace Bets, ho,slaitatity, the associate matron and pat- Goodwill, Mary Bell, finance, run, Mildred ,and John Van Carl Hair and Carl RudolL fra- Brunt, is ,set for Dec. 14 in terual relations, John H,am and the Masonic Temple. Helen Philleo. Mrs. A. B. Cutting, press  The Rebekah ledge .met Sept. 1 chairman, was presented a red 2 in the IOOF hail with Mrs./ rose bud bouquet for publicity. Sid Larson, noble grand, pre-| Jill Lambert, grma, d repre,se.n- sd:ing. A 50-year membership| tative for Idaho, was intro- pin was presented to Mrs.| duced. A memorial for a grand Rena Grlffith. Ph,ns were| bethel offices was obseawe:d for fall meetings and vis-| by the officers. The meeting closed in cere- monial form, with remarks by Mrs. Selves. A reception and refreshments foloveed in the dining room. itations. A host ceded the meeting . Royal Nei'ghb0 meet Sept. 21 at the Legion H,ail. iam Lee, oracle, and refreistments served. SUPPORT USO COMMUNITY TILICUM NEWS The board of directors will meet at the theme of Mrs. Stanley Pierce Sept. 29 at 10 a. m. Cub activit/es will get into full swing, with de- partments meeting, commit- tees working aRd projects be- ing outlined. American ome department will meet with Mrs. Pete Hei- decker Tuesday evenn'g. The fall cook-out will be ,held on the patio with Mrs. F. J. Scad- egg and Mrs. R. Wooididge 1 co.chairmen. Reports on sum-[ mer vacations will be made. I Evening literary department / will meet Tuesday at the 'h'ome / of Mrs. Walter Rupp at 7:30 p. m. A program on immigaa- tior will be presented try Mrs. Louis Falk, the guest speaker. I] The state Federation of . Womens clubs have armotm ced i dedication of ,a forestry buff.d- for Denver with their daugh- ter, Cklleen, who is entering Colorado W omens College. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hendricks entertained as weekerai guests ing on 500 acres of club owned their daughter, Mrs. Stanley timber land near Enumelaw, McLean and family of Cun- to be held on Sept. 20 at 1:30 n irglmm. W'hile ,here they vis- p. m. ited relatives in Valleyord and Spokane. -' Mrs Olive Swegle and her !--!,-,;+1;+,, 2 ,-,-,, ,,-, daughter, Mrs. Del McConnell, ,j"''"' ."J and children returned lastlLreeTs t-orelners eek from a vacation in Seat-I w w,, were house uests/ Tae Cheney hospitality c0m- ........  . .. ' -. s ,.,il |mittee for foreign students at of anothe," aaugmer, Mrs. w - . .......... h-m MIinlev .arid toured Ew.u ana me community has u .  :<'- "" .... :s I been active the pest moth beaches ano m.sDoncal umt . i ..... Mrs ,,,e}le received word lgreemng a n,fl nonortrtg a num- .......  ..... ' ..... ne I ber of students. that her son, bt. brot. way  ........... S e 1 had been transferred Mrs. vtarK tatcmre s ctuo w g e, -- " :o Hill Air president and the committee Iroq/1 TUCSOn, Ariz., t *,, - Tth His wife and son is composed of repesenta.tives ""':" " "" - " i from the Cheney Chambr of hccom "anied him an wm 1' ve , P Commerce, Tilicum, PEO, Beta there. Mr. and Mrs. John Schroder Sigma Phi and EWSC, vepre- guests of Mrs. D. G. Jerue. Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball re- turned from a week's vaoation Mr. arid Mrs. D. B. Brother of Spokane were Sunday eve- "The Catholic Press." A ser- of Medical Lake are invited to ning guests of .her sister, Mrs. ies of lectures on varied sub- come. RefveshmenCts will be A. B. Cutting. Other ea,llers jects will be presented during served and plans fr he co-, were Mrs. Joha Van Ba-unt, the year ,t the Altar Society irg yeari built arou,rid warship, [and Mrs. C. C. Carter of Che- meetings by speakers from work and social activities, will[ ney. Spokane be diseus:,ed. | Mrs. Cassie Briner, who The Confraternity of Chris-  / makes her home in the Cheney tiarr Doctrine classes for th CHRISTIAN |Nursing Itme, wi'_ elbr paLgh children will begin nex The Christian church w om- l her 3ra ?nnDay  1" visit Monday in the parish hal. en's fellowship w sponsor rrmnos in [[me,W ** Instruction for children frost the annual chicken dinner Oct. her az ' ' grades 1-8 will take phcea l in the city ;. Serving at M 's R. 0;_ ElIeto4 z S po,: 3:45 p m. and for high school 5:30 p. m. The public is invit- ann Mrs. nrr D stude'ts at 7 p. m. each Men- ed. Tickes may be purchased ney were Sunday af,ternoon Mrs. day. Father Wam J. Brennan at the door. Mrs. E. A. Melville guests of their cousin, pastor, has Lanuned the fol-and Mrs. Merl Cree ae co- Ethel Ryan, ,at the nursing :home here. lowing teaehin, g appointments: Howard Moos, who has spent DIST the summer  Cheney with The Methoclizt clurch worn- lds parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl en's society met Tuesday f- Moes, returned last week to lris lmme in Spolane Valley, have returned from a three week trip through Oregon. sented by Miss Clara Kessler. golden wedding reception of They visited rehtives at Coos spent in Glacier Park, and at- Bay, the G. H. Reynolds faro- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hu:bbell terding the Pacific Northwest ily in Roseburg, and their son, Sunday afternoon. County Library Boards con- John Schroder Jr., and family Miss Sherry Mils ap was a venison. Going by way of Lolo in porthd. En route home guest of onor at a luncahev.n Pass, Missoula and Flathead hey spent several days at Sunday afterrmon at the home Lake, Mont., they returne<t Westport deep sea fishing, tmr- of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alex- through Idaho after a visit to ing this weekend they wont to lander. Miss Milsap, who has Hungry Horse dam. , Pot Hole Dam in the Colum- spent the summer ,here with _ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bta:ck-lbia Basin for trout fishing, her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. shaw run attenoea nxel Miss Florence Rue enr- Harry Peuck, ,is return- 91,st birthday party of Joe C '/tined as Sunday eyen.g ing to her home in Los An- father of Mrs. B1aekshaw. Oth- guests Mr. ,and Mrs. Martin geles next week. er members of the fame. ohnson'from Veradale. Steve Wise h, as been attend- present were Mrs. COXRSr.da n.  Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oker- ing Eastern Star meetings for and Mrs. Joe Cox Jr., , strom entertained his arents, the grand matron, Mrs. Flor- and friends near the Green- . and Mrs. August Demon- erme Morris, the past week. acres home. ica, and sider, Miss Florence tte went to the Colville and Okerstrom, as weekend guests. Medical Lake chapters and a They were here to ,attend the number of Spolane chapters for official visits. BANTZ & nEMOVICH 418 Symons Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 7409 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingtor in and for the ounty of il,kan:lae Matter of the Estate of nTN, I FUNK deceased, i qot'iee is" herehy iven that the under- ined has been appointed Administrator f'the above estate ir this Court and ass qualified accordir, gly, and that all tsonS havin claims agains said leceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouch- ers upon the undersigned at Route 1, r er Park Washington or spew William .e. - "+h ttornev of record at hs anz ...... B;..B -t 418 Symons Building Spokane, oIIlce  Wash. and file such claim with proof of roach service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of, Svokane. Washington, within six months after the first vublicatio f this notice, or they will he forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is llth day of September, 1964. John J. Funk, Administrator of the Now you can the beauty secretS Hollywood's stars[ For Studio Girl your own copy of Studio sensational new .. Hollywood Type C;' Chart and Color  Write or Phe "* MRS. CLEO F. 7801 Excell Spokane, Was. Academy of Fine Arts gita 's Dance Stua 0 Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Novelty, I:noll No, w 31/,, Years Up Carl! We the undersigned who,e edly support the Building Pe be,ng proposed by the --.:. Board Directors, and urge 00111 grade school Cer..a, .aMeS:l iirry Deininger; " . gr. I Mrs. Bob Wilson; second graae, I Mrs. Lester Morelmuse; third-I fourth grades, Mrs_. Joe'la; / fifth-sixth, Mrs. Eagene re F chef; seventheighth, .M.. JaCK Crabb; high sehl ohair..a, Mrs Harry Mosnmn; mgn school teachers,_ .Har. Deinin- ger and Frank Scladegg. ._.--...-- EPISCOPAL Church school for young- stets aged 3 thvo,ufih 12 will 1 begin at St. Paul s .Pali chuah Sunday at 10 a. an. rs Wiam Maxn, M. Hem'y Iass and Mrs. Tavs Rives teach, assisted b W'flliam Maxson, tlenvy KaSs, M.vs. A:- chie Hornf*lt and Mrs. Leon eroon in the church where he is a teacher. :eer. Mrs. Fraaacis Mrs. Harry Holmes enter- president, conducted the him- hess meeting. Reports were rained ass house guest a few given. Mrs. Jxhn Banks flay the devotions, lVIL LiUian Hall was leader for the pro- grm, "New se, New Age." Dessert hostesses _were Mrs. Jim M oorman, Mrs.. Myr- tha Mill and Miss May Pew- ell. It was armounced he dis- trict fal seminars workshop will be held Sept. 25 in ltz- vine .aad in [oSn .ne  Oct. 6. A delegation ". go. ,annual rummage sale ,as   set ,for Oct. 30-31 :and Nov. 2-7 above estate. William B. Bar*tz Attorney 418 Symon Building, Spokane, Wash. (Sept. 11-25) Widner's Beauty Shop AGAIN OPEN TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY SPECIAL ON PERMANENTS PHONE 23S-4091 zens to Vote For These ON THE September 15, J. M. OSWALD IVAN B. KERR M. E. HALE MARK A. RATCLIFFE H. N. HAMPTON C. W. HOYT DON A. ADAMS, SR. ELLEN COLE HARRY W. MOSMAN R. M. MICHAELSEN TED McMILLAN Wh4ergfrst meeting of the in the American Legion ,hall. -- suPPORT THE SCHOOL BOND ISSUE--Vote Cheney Chamber of Commerce ..... pd. adv. m