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/ Mr. and Mrs. Randall Carruthers at wedding Fis h er Weds andall Carruthers Congregational was the setting of Eileen R. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Spangle, and son of Walter Carruthers Wash. The 21 in a double L by an. Church were of brass gladioli, and )f pink, yellow with candles. as given in and wore Ltin gown princess neckline with lace accented s. The chapel length with and pearls. Her attached to a '' cap of satin and carried a cascade garnet and set in Id ivy, caught with honor was a sister bebra Fisher, who in floor length, gown of daisy pink Yellow cotton fabric, round neckline, and carried a single yellow rose. Bridesmaids were attired like the maid of honor in gowns of green,-all accented with white velvet ribbons at the waistlines, they were Sharon Dixon, Becky Flaig, and Judy Babb. They carried a single yellow rose. Best man for his brother was Walter Carruthers, and ushers were Clifford Fisher, William Mace Bradley, Bill Staford and David Adam. Flower girl was eight-year-old Kimberly Carruthers and ring-bearer, Carl Lewis. Musician was Mrs. Clyde Kauffman, with soloist Sharon Dixon. A reception followed in the church parlors, with Windy Carruthers, Janene McCraken, Claudia Ke!ler, and Sc] Aclam, serviilg coled, tud'c and'dd't'fing the wedding cake, with Mrs. Buchanan directing the recep- tion. The couple made the honeymoon trip to Breckport, N.Y., where the groom will teach at N.Y. State College. He had undergraduate work at EWSC, and received his master's degree from Penn State. The couple is now living at Brockport. e Finishers Contract Air Conditioners has recently been three new for three of the said Faye manager of School Menu vitally needed were worn out, temperature dntained in the winter and due to the of the patients. extreme tern- or cold, he said. raise at Interlake freeze, said who should get during the 90 to wait, he said. A master antenna has recently been installed to provide adequate reception in each ward and in the dining room, said Hilbert. This system was m- stalled through the efforts of the Executone Company and financed by various donations. It should be a great improvement over the rabbit ear system, he said. Interlake will get about 15 unemployed persons who are paid by the Federal government to help them out for 13 weeks, said Hilbert. They will take over unfilled positions in the plant, PBX, food service, and nursing service departments. Terry is the new band and chorus in- High School A graduate of EWSC, he has teaching music in the Oakesdale school is also a graduate of EWSC, and the couple baby boy. Last summer Terry tourned Europe in a of about 85 members led by Dr. Ralph Manzo from of the Rev. James Terry, former pastor of the Assembly of God ehuch. Future Farmers of America Capture First Place at Fair The Medical Lake chapter of Future Farmers of America captured first place in FFA booth competition at the Spokane In- terstate Fair this year, com- peting with seven other chapters. Along with a blue ribbon, the chapter will receive a check for $115, said Evan Brooks, vocational agriculture in- structor. The color scheme was green and chartreuse and the focal point was a three-foot simulated silver dollar. It was based on the theme "Farmers Share of the Food Dollar," and featured nine major farm commodities, comparing the amount paid by the housewife to the amount received by the farmer. Last Saturday a judging team consisting of Kenajean Erks, Kim Kaplan, Don Clark and Mike Thorpe participated in a livestock judging contest at Ritzville. On Tuesday 15 FFA members participated in the livestock and dairy judging contests at the Spokane In- terstate Fair. On upcoming Saturdays, judging teams will participate in contests at Othello, Washington State Univeristy, and the Central Washington Fair at Yakima. Seaman Finishes Recruit Drills Navy Seaman Jody W. Britts, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Baker of Route 3, Cheney was graduated recently from recruit training at the Naval Recruit Depot, San Diego. He is a 1971 graduate of Cheney High School. Lake City Lifetime Resident Margaret Ketchner Passes Mrs. Margaret J. Ketchner, lifetime resident of Medical Lake, passed away Friday evening at the Cheney Care Center where she had been for the last one and one-half years. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 3 p.m. at Ball and Dodd, Medical Lake, Rev. Donald Duncan officiating. In- terment was at Fairmount Memorial Park. Mrs Ketchner was survived by one stepdaughter, Golda Cozens, of Stonewall, Okla. ; one grand- son and two granddaughters of Portland, Ore. Another step- daughter, and two stepsons preceded her in death years ago. Her husband passed away about 20 years ago. She was a charter member of the Assembly of God church of Medical Lake, and particularly active in the Women's Missionary Society. At one time she worked at Fairchild Air Force Base. Mr. and Mrs. Lev Hillbrick sang at the funeral. Pallbearers were Jack Larson, Lev Hillbrick, Roy Belfils, Fred Hixson, Louis Staton, and Rev. Duncan. ENGAGED--Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Olson Jr. of Sheridan, Wyo., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Anne Marie, to Carl Biehl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O. Biehl of Cheney. Both young people are attending EWSC, and are planning a wedding Dec. 20 in Sheridan. J ob's Attend Workshop Meet Job's Daughters members attended a workshop over the weekend at Liberty Lake. Zephyr Lodge with grand guardian, Lois Woodward, was in charge assisted by other grand council members, Lloyd Martin of Cheney, Barbara Clark Pullman. Going from Cheney were line officers queen Jo Jordan, Shirley Hartley, Sue ,$1oa, Kathy An, derson, Janie VandeBerg; Council members Mrs. Janet Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Weiderspan, Mrs. Fred Sooy and Harold Hartley. The sessions were held Saturday afternoon evening and on Sunday. Mrs. Fred (Amy Jo) Sooy past guardian of Bethel 17 Job's Daughters in Cheney has received the appointment for a year as deputy instructor to the grand guardian for Bethel in Spokane. Fall Recreation Program Begins at Elementary Cheerleader tryouts will be held today, said Robert Haugen, sixth grade instructor at Medical Lake Elementary School. Three cheerleaders from the eighth grade will be selected and two from the seventh grade. The fall recreation program staed Monday for students in grades five through eight. Ac- tivity nights are Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:20 to 4:20, said Charles Van Stone, vice- principal. Boys in the fifth and sixth grades will have flag football directed by Robert Haugen. Girls in grades five and six may participate in soccer under the direction of Mrs. Linda Flaherty, sixth grade teacher. Both girls and boys in the seventh and eighth grades may take tennis. This activity is coached by Mrs. Kathy Bennett, girls' physical education teacher. The fall program will continue through October and terminate when Daylight Saving time ends, said Van Stone. Jobies Attend Session at Lake Attending the International Order of Job's Daughters School of Instruction held at the Zephyr Lodge at Liberty Lake Saturday and Sunday was Leslie Smith, honored queen of Bethel No. 26 of Medical Lake. Also present were Bethel officers Terri Ableman, Thelma Rushing, Karen McCoy, Noreen Inman, and Jonni Bryant. Mrs. John McCoy, Mrs. Nor- man Inman, and Mrs. Francis Smith accompanied the girls. A practice meeting of Job's Daughters will be held Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge. The Job's Daughters annual candy sale is now in progress. Two typ of candy are being sold for Jonation. GOVERNOR ViSITS---District Rotary Governor, W. (Bill) Ramsey of Nelson B.C. visited with the Cheney-Medical Lake Rotary Club early this week. The governor spoke highly of the many outstanding projects the club is doing in each community and expressed special delight over the formation of the Interact Club and special programs directed to the youth of both communities. Gov. and Mrs. Ramsey were hosted by club president and Mrs. Don Bjorklund. Pictured with Faye Hilbert's Brother Visits Mr. and Mrs. Faye Hilbert were visited by Hilbert's brother George, George's two daughters and two grandchildren, from Cranford, N. J., who arrived Aug. 26. While here the Hilberts took them to visit Coulee Dam, on a cruise in their houseboat on Coeur d' Alene Lake, and on the Spokane River where they ended up at the Spokane Yacht Club. Friday night the Hilberts celebrated a wedding an- niversary at the Matador Room at the Davenport Hotel with Col. Richard Gronberg and his wife present, also. Saturday they visited Col. Floyd Creasman, director of the airport's home for Felts Field and the municipal airport, and went to his summer place at Bayview on Lake Pend Oreille. There he took his guests out on his cruiser so they could see the mountain goats which live in that area. Sept. 6 his brother and family left for home, going by Yellowstone, Mt. Rushmore, the Bad Lands, etc. Bike Is Taken Robbie A. Atwood, 211 Nolan Brown Place, reported to Cheney police that theft of a bicycle from a garage on Sept. 13. Tilicum Club Opens Meets The Tilicum club will hold the first fall general membership meeting on Tuesday evening The Medical Lake School District hot lunch menu for Medical Lake High School, Medical Lake Elementary, and Blair Elementary school, is as follows: Monday, Sept. 20: ham- burgers, relish, catsup, mustard, Tater Tots, dill pickle chips, buttered peas, harvest prune Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. at the home of : e, and milk. Mrs. Marion Bair, 804-2nd with:::ijesday , Sept. 21: steamed Evening Literary and Afternoon ";?)t:ener, scalloped potatoes, Literary department as hostess and serving dessert. A memorial will be held, in- stallation of two chairman, and delegates elected to N. E. District convention. Mrs. Elmer Anderson is president and will preside. The program will be an account of Girls State by Cheney girls who attended the sessions last June, with slides and narrative. Mrs. Fred Hoyt will present them. Announcements and reports on finances with reading of the budget and CIP reports. sauerkraut, peanut butter sandwich, chilled peaches, milk. Wednesday, Sept. 22: chili, confetti salad, creamy dressing, corn bread, butter, seedless grapes, and milk. Thursday, Sept. 23: Tacos, shredded cheese and lettuce, hot buttered French bread, buttered corn, apricots, chocolate fudge cake, and milk. Friday, Sept. 24: Ravioli in tomato sauce, tossed green salad, green goddess dressing, Sally Land bread, cantaloupe and milk. Thurs., Sept. 16, 1971 CHENEY FREE PRESS Page 9 " : the governor and the Junior Rotarians for the month of September are from left to right: Vice-President Walter Abel, Secretary Ernest Giimour, President Don Bjorklund, District Governor Bill Ramsey, Junim "::tarians Steve Di Vine), of Cheney High School andKipe Teaford i Medical Lake High School and Past President Frank Schadegg. national meeting held every year, the 23rd such institute, was held in Seattle this year. Eastern State Hospital's representatives were Alice Kennedy, who is the chairman of the Psychiatric Special Interest Group of the American Oc- cupational Therapies Association, as sponsor of the occupational therapy pre- institute portion of the program; and Roberta Eyler, who was a group discussion leader. Many Attend Clar00, Frasier Rites Seattle Meet The Institute on Hospital and Scheduled Sept. 19 Community Psychiatry, a Memorial services for Clark He studied in Michigan State M. Frasier will be held on Sunday Normal, Colorado State College Sept. 19 at 3 p.m. in the West- and received his master's degree minster Congregational Church, from EWSC, and earlier was Spokane. principal of Opportunity Mr. Frasier, age 75, died Elementary school. In 1919 he recently in a Spokane hospital, was director of student teaching following an operation, and was, in Lewiston state normal, and cremated by Ball and Dodd Dillon, Mont. Normal. before funeral home. His home was in coming to Cheney. He was a Riverwiew Terrace retirement veteran of World War I and Post home. A resident of Spokane and state commander of American Cheney for 40 years and a long Legion member of Post 72 at time faculty member of EWSC, Cheney, and past master of he was born in Michigan. He was Cheney Masonic lodge. ...:Nearlnn affiliated with EWSC 31 years Following his retirement, he and retired in 1961, a professor in and Mrs. Frasier lived at their Cheney Park Board members education. He spent over 45 years Ix)on Lake home. She passed ' will diSCUSS the Littl r LeEi teaclti"g4itllebld ot'fl/d=" awa!ti bA'on lgdh' Basketball program for the and EWSC as principal of the a winter tour. Survivors are two winter during its Monday campus elementary school and sons, Vance C. Frasior, Tucson ' meeting at 8 p.m. in the City Hall director of student teaching. He and George Frasier, Burlington, : Council Chambers. directed thousands of students. Wash. Both are in the education The board will also conduct He served as vice president of the field. Other survivors are preliminary discussions of its college during Dr. Otis daughter, Dorothy, (Mrs. budget. Last week the Park Freeman's presidency, 1952-53. Kenneth Glover of Wheeling, Ill.) Board accepted a gift of a slide and six grandchildren. The I Subscribe to the Cheney Free Press from the Lions Club. It is to be family suggests memorials to installed before the opening of American Cancer Society, S. 160 the city pool next year. Stevens Stre!e t, Spokane.--A.B.C. 1 : CONTROL HUNTING LAND USAGE .:, ...,- :. No Hunting No Trespassing Signs