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:! page 6 REE PRI:SS Thurs., bupT. Io, IvT1 .... i,-ens-;--om Pag e ......... By Mrs. A. B. Cutting Mrs. Gertrude Rice returned recently from a months stay in Seattle, where her brother has been ill and is in a veteran's ")nursing home. Previously she . spent several weeks in Canada 7. and B.C The George Wright Relief "Corps held the regular meeting : on Saturday, followed by a public card party in the evening in the "Legion hall. Nine tables of pinochle were in play, with prizes going to Mrs. Walter Rupp and Fred Gifford for door prizes. . Y'ore prizes were awarded to Mrs. Gifford, Mrs. Cora Larson, Mrs Grace Hurst of Plaza, Mrs. Margaret Wessel for ladies and to Elmer Tiedt high and J. Straub, Roy Lotte. Irvin Liefer, Walter Rupp for men. The next meeting and card party will be on Oct. 9 in the Legion at 8 p.m. in a series of a card party every month on second Saturday. :-Dessert lunch served last. The Grandmothers club will meet in the Legion hall on Sept. .'-23 at 12:30 p.m. for first fall meeting. Mrs. Della Lee will : conduct a business meeting and "games will be in play. Dessert 'and social hour served by the hostess committee, reports Mrs. ! Ernest Harr. = The Rebekah will begin its " series of fall card parties on : Saturday Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. in the ! IOOF hall. Score and door prizes = will be awarded with dessert lunch served at close of the evening. Mrs. Elmer Tiedt and : members are on the committee. :.:!. Mrs. Ruth (Van Brunt) Amos ,from Seattle spent the weekend i. in Cheney with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt. She :accompanied them to Rocklyn :for the funeral of her uncle, : l.ester Maurer, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hilton had as weekend guests their four children and two grand children, . Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hilton Jr. and son of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hilton, Jerold Hilton of Cheney, i daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. William Odell and son : Lance of Cheney. All were here to  particitte ithe lldewwiding , zeption; 0I their,gran dparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Hilton on Sunday. Paul Howe who underwent 'major surgery last week in Deaconess hospital, is reported recovering slowly at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Hilton at Golden Wedding. Chti'ence Hiltons Hilton celbrated their golden wedding anniversary with an open house reception in the city hall on Sunday Sept. 12 from 3 to 6 p.m. Their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hilton and four grandchildren, were the host's, receivingthe guests in a setting of golden flowers and candles. The refreshment tables covered in white satin edged in gold and centered with a tiered wedding cake, had a grand- daughter Nancy Hilton Idell cutting and serving the cake, assisted by a niece Mrs. Joe Garza, Spokane. Pouring coffee were Mrs. Harry Cox, sister-in-law, and Mrs. Joe Franks, niece; Serving punch were Mrs. Earl Hilton Jr., graddaughter, and Mrs. Larry Ronzzo, grand niece. Handling the guest register was Mrs Richard Hilton, graddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Hilton were married in Davenport, Wash., in 1921 and came to Cheney in 1932, where they settled on a stock and dairy farm south of Cheney, whiehAhey continue to operate. ,:;:Ot f :to. gues,were Mr and Mrs. Hallie Cox of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cox, Skyhomish, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cameron, Washtucna; Mr. Church Group Attends Camp The Cheney Pioneers Path- finder Club members of the Cheney Seventh-day Adventist church attended the North Pacific Union Pathfinder Camporee Sept. 3 to 6 at Pasco. To illustrate the camporee theme, "Pioneering the Great Northwest," the club made an archway to its camping area with the sign "Cheney Normal, first state teacher's college in Washington, 1890" and labeled all of the tents after buildings on the EWSC campus. Saturday the campers learned more about curious trees of the world, rocks, and edible wild plants; went on a hike to the 100 foot waterfall, and heard stories by Josephine Cunnington Ed- wards, Adventist children's writer, and others. Sunday afternoon activities included a kite flying contest, clown ball games in which Cheney won, and other athletic contests. Lloyd Horton Weds Patricia Thomas A recent marriage ceremony in the Idaho Falls Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints united Patricia Thomas and IJoyd S. Horton. Patricia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant R. Thomas, 405 N. Third, Cheney, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. Horton, Airway Heights. A reception honoring the couple was held at the Cheney Ward I,DS Church on Murphy Road on August 28 at 6:30 p.m. The bride chose as her at- tendants her sister, Mrs. Gerald Bennett, as matron of honor, and as bridesmaids her sisters, Mrs. Michael Garner and Becky Thomas, and sister of the groom, Lucy Horton. Mr. Horton chose as his best man his brother-in- law, Ed Larsen, and as ushers his brother Larry and Dave Thomas, brother of the bride. The bride's gown was made of white sheer polyester fabric with an embossed floral design. A long full skirt fell from a fitted bodice and slightly raised waistline of The church reception hall was decorated in shades of yellow and orange. The refreshment table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake decorated with yellow and orange peace roses and flower trimmed candles. The tables at which guests were seated were decorated with centerpieces of giant yellow and orange marigolds. Mrs. Tom Scott cut and served the wedding cake, Mrs. Keith Midgley poured punch, Mrs. Ed Larsen and Sharon Horton presided at the guest book, Darlene Midgley and Sue Scott assisted with gifts. Special music was presented by Elroy Mc- Dermott, Mrs. Richard Bryceson and Mrs. Sterling Gerber. Out of town guests were the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Kieser from Vancouver, Wash., and his great-aunt, Mrs. Margaret Mullin of Tacoma; also Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bennett and son Christopher from Bellevue, Wash., and Mrs. Michael Garner from salt Lake City, Utah. The Royal Neighbor lodge will meet on Tuesday Sept. 21 in the Legion hall, for business and reports. Anatha Oriard will reside and the refreshments $vill be handled by Mrs. William Mrs. C. W. Alexander en- tertained as guests duPing the '.past week, her cousins, Mrs. Virgie Mill and Mrs. Vena Cook Spokane, Mrs. Henry Weber, Mrs. Anna Phillips and Mrs. June Labish of East Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hatch were guests of honor along with the "Inland Empire associate matrons and patrons of OES, at an advance night observance, :$Sept. 13 m Medical Lake, with Loyal Chapter hosts in the Masonic Temple After a busmess meeting Martha 'Chapter OES of Cheney joined for the visitation in Medical Lake. Festivities included initiation ceremonies, ad- dums, program and a G. enter00,00 as guests at  home here, cousins Mr. and Mrs. Garland R. Shinn, their two sons Garland Jr. and Nathan, and two daughters -,*Rhoda and Tavhel, of Gold Hill, Ore., who had been vacationing in Banff, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ball en- tertained with a pinochle party on Thursday evening at their home, with two tables in play. During refreshment hour Mrs. Bali's birthday was observed **with greetings and songs. b" Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rupp ':spent several days last week travelling through Glacier Park, and in Montana to the Bison  range and historic towns and places . Eilene Surbeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Surbeck is a recent graduate of the University of Georgia with a imaster's degree in childhood feducation as of Aug. 18. She will return to the University in early -fall, receiving a fellowship for ;her study on a Doctorate degree %(in the same field.  Eilene is a 1962 Cheney High  graduate. Her parents attended the graduation ceremonies. white velvet ribbon. The gown The couple left for a wedding M00u'k A n n tversar" Council Filing was fashio/md with a high band trip through southwestern and y neckline trimmed with lace and northern Idaho. The bride wore long full sleeves with lace an orange pants suit accented Ends Tomorrow trimmed wide cuffs. The bride's with black stitching and black Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. and Mrs. Jess Smith, Soap Lake, shoulder length veilof silk bridal patent accessories. The newly illusion was caught by a cluster married couple will live in Phoenix, Ariz. where the groom is stationed at Luke Air Force Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hunt, Yakima, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hilton Jr., and son Skyp of Seattle. The relatives and out of town guests held a dinner party and reunion on Saturday evening Sept. 11 at the ranch home of the Earl Hiltons, with thirty present. Camp Fire Girls Organizing Cheney Camp Fire Girls organization is taking part this week in "Fall-In with Camp Fire Week." During tis time, all girls not in Camp Fire will have an op- portunity to join the program and new groups will be organized in the second grades. Many groups will schedule their first meeting during this week and the girls will wear their costumes to school on that day. Anyone interested in joining the Cheney Camp Fire Girls (or working with them) may contact Mrs. F. L. Ratcliffe Jr., (235- 6282), Mrs. Walt Zabel (235-4657), or Mrs. Charles Booth (235-4466). Cheney members of Spokane Presidents Council are taking an active part in the Fall mem- bership tea and guest day held on Sept. 16 today in the Spokane Womens club house. Mrs. G. D. Thornton president and Mrs. A. B. Cutting, first vice president, chairman of tea, will present the program at 1:30 p.m. It consists of music and skit, Cindy Miller of Cheney; Mrs. Evelyn Conley Stauffer, a of silk organza flowers. The bridal bouquet was a cascade of orange cushion mums, yellow rosebuds, and white stephanotis. The bridesmaids and matron of honor were wearing identical long gowns of orange, yellow, toast and white print in Japanese rayon. They were styled with high, lace-trimmed band necklines, long full sleeves with lace trimmed, wide cuffs, and historical reading, and Mrs. A. slightly raised waistlines ac- cented with antique, orange H. Elwell, a book reiw. ribbon sashes. Musical Kindergarten "A fascinating, introduction to the World of Music," K. Maxson 235-4036 HEAD OF KNOWLEDGE I By Popular Demand We Repeat THE "mini-less0n" after our 8-weeks course! PART READI0000PAT0000MNIN AN ACTUAL DY ICS LESSON At A Special One Hour Presentation ATTEND ONE OF THESE "mini-less0ns" Limited number of $30.00 Scholarships CHENEY: Eastern Washinon State College Thursday September 23 Thursday September 23 Pence Union Bldg., Room 3-B Wednesday Wednesday 4:30 p. m. 7:30 p. m. READING DYNAMICS September 22 September 22 4:30 p. m. 7:30 p. m. For more exciting information and class schedule in your area call "his number collect! 89.3960 Spokane, Washington II Base. Showers honoring the bride were given by Mrs. Keith Midgley and daughters Dianne and Darlene and by Mrs. Tom Scott and daughter Sue. Mr. and Mrs. l.loyd Horton at wedding. ////////#////////#//////////lRM You Are Invited To Attend at the Church of the Nazarene 2nd and C SEPT. 13-19 Dr Kimber-Moul .............. ......................... .. ............ ;.... Evans.eli....... ...... 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