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Page 4 Cheney Free Press FMday, September 17, 1965 i!i Job's Daughters Council Installed Job's Daughters held a reg- ular meeting on Tuesday eve- ning Sept 14, in the M:asonic temple. Queen Anne Stahlbo,rn presided for the business meeting and reports. The new guardian council members were installed by Mrs. Dick jordan (Mdelin Ba) a pst queen of Cheney Bethel, and also past g.ardian of Cheney bethel. She was assisted by Wa'ter Martin post grand asso- ciate guardian of Spokane. The bethel musicians and c.hapain assisted with the ceremonies. Mrs. Dean Swegle, past honored queen was in- I stal`led as gtmr@an; Carl Hair ns associ:ate guardian; Mrs. Wflam Goedwin secretary, :Mrs. D. R. Ray treasurer. E Mrs. William Faucett, direc- toy of music, Mrs. N. A. Cov- dil director ,of epochs, Mrs. John Ham artd Mrs. Cal Hair sociabitity. Mrs. Alfred Wets- man paraphanil`ia, Mrs. K. Ga'lloway, Mrs. Del` Logsdon, Mrs. Alvin Mit, ler, and Mrs. D. McOandless serving o,n hospi- tably, Mrs. Geri Lambert good- vill, Mrs. MiUqvd Hare, Mrs. Lloyd Martin finance, Mrs. J. Philieo and John Ham frater- nal rel`ations. OES Grand Matron Pays Official Visit Mrs. John Warnock, worthy CUTTING THE CAKE--Mr. and Mrs. John David Gibb (Bar- grand matron of OES paid her tmra Bryceson) cutting the two tiered wedding cake at the re- ,official visit to Maha chap- ception following their marriage Saturday evening in the St. ter OES ,on Monday in the Ma- Rose of Lima Catholic church with the Rev. Father W. J. Brennan officiating. Barbara Bryceson, Bride of John Gibb September 11 , ,Mss Rarbara Bryeson, 6auglter of Mr. arid Mrs. Har- ry Bvyceson, became the ,bride of Jlm David Gbb Saturday Sept. 11 ,in the St. Rose of Lima Caf2mKc church wih the Roy. Fa W. J. Bxrman officiat- ing. The bride wore  White rstatin gown fashioned with fitted 'b(ice md ebow length ln, es. Her doul ffiusion vedling ws attached to a white satin bow. Attendads were Mrs. Jmes Campbell, grand, mother of the bride; of Iope, Idalm and Kirk FWyler of Pasco. A xton was .held at the Bryeeon home. Mrs. Venmn KhCt (skster of the bride) served the ,punch mad Mrs. Riokard tLr-]esn poued the Gflb, son of Wil`iam Gi'b,b of Bit,l'gs, ant.  employed at the A & W and his bride is a cashier at the Oheney Ba,,mh of the Seattle First Nat,i0al Bank. PoRowing a :loneymoon trip to M(mtana the young coupl`e wil.1 he at lmme at Third and D street. Out of town guests iamlud, ed Mr,. and Mrs. George Olin of Mammoth Caves, Ky., Ms Een bb  W Cdb of B" ,mings. FaaS, eveah Mr. and Mrs. Bryn.non entVtained ,at din. net for Miss Bboxa Bce- san, JxVm. David, Father Bremma, Mr. and Mrs. Samos C,.rapbe., .Mr. a ,Mrs. um, wmm aD arm MLSS EE Gbb. REVEREND NELSON UNITES MISS OSHEIM AND DENNIS BOATMAN ,Sept. 11, in the First Bptist Church of Pa'sco, the Rev. El`- van No, on tted MAss Mad- :anne Osheim, dauffhter of Mr. artd Mrs. Otis 0sheim, (Mae Bowers) .of Spokane and Den- his Charles Ba,tman, Seattle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald [Boatman, LaGrande, Ore. The bride designed her floor length, white poau die soie gown with detachable Ompel train. The fitted bodice was detailed wih Aleneon ]ace and a ,seed pearl applique. A erowa of seed peats held her three tier white silk insin, elbow4ength veil. Atending the bride were Mrs. anice Iaskins, Spokane, as Matron of Horer; an, d Miss Judy Hyrtes of Seattle. The bride, tas attended the Be]fime School i of N. (vom which she s g), E3gSC and Col.trmbya giain College. :Mr. Boatman has attended E'astern Oregon College and the Bob $ones University in Soh Caroaa. At preset he is the Resertation's Senior Agent for West Coat Airlines in Seattle. ,Fg their, two-week honeymoon to the West Ind-i ies, the Coull  make their home in Seattle. U. C. Appoints Teaching Staff The Youth Fellowship of the UnRed hurch off  will have its first meeting next Stmdty, the 19*h, 6:5'0 p. m. at the Manse, 504 "G" Sta'eet; it m be sort of a get-togeth- er :hnmv, .Ms. lloyd Martin. supein- terdent of he Sunday selmol, anaouces the teacl-ag stf: Nursery, Ruth Lass, Gaff sonic temple. Spangl`e chapter, co, host clapter, j,oined the members bore for the meet- ins. Opening aim intaoductios were made by Mrs. Peter Scott matron of Spagle. Grnd officers accomlanied Mrs. Wartock, past grand mat- ran, wih Bla,nce Herrvn, past gm.rd patrons Jerry Lu"sher, Walter Starry arid Walden Chambers; with the gwand representatives ad deputy in struetors all were welcomed and seated in a .place of honer. Maxtha chater exenlf2ied the degree vork and contuct- ed a regular business meeg, with .reports .and announce- mes. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Bruut presided over the meet- ing and Spangle chapter ckP.xl the meeting. The grand matron spoke on frieml2skip arid kindness, and was presented a gift. The re- ,coption in the dining room was a charge of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freeman, wilff Mrs. MiM Bail pouring coffee and Miss Eilee Scott serving he punch.. A 6:30 diam was ,lId in 'lmnor of the Rran'd og,cers, with 70 presen,t. Mr. and Mrs. W, aMen Cambers were in charge. Legion Auxil iarv Installation Held The American Legion Aux- fla ttmt 72, held 1he instal- lation meeting on Wedmsday, Sept. 8, in the Legi ,hall with Mrs. Ernest  presid- ing. Miss jev_nifer Jordan, re resenCative from Cheamy to Girts' State in July, was the bordered guest mad spke o her week at ElenMarg. The ,fre'hment period followed with Mrs. Fred H,ot aud lrs. J, ane Mogan presiding at the table. The ;business meeting fol`- oved. Mrs. Hoyt was installed as president, Ms. Herbert G.oertz first vice preaident; ,Mrs. L. Corbltt sevand vice Lab ish-Chad bou rne Engagement Told Mr. ,and Mrs. Joseph Labish ,ann,oun, ce t.he engagement of their daughter, Joyce Cecelia to Harry Taylor Chadbourne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan of Montgomery, Al`a. Chadbourne is in the navy. ord ,assigned to the USS Ever- glades ,at Clarleston, S. C. Miss Labish is living with Mr. and Mrs. David Theissen at Charleston, S. C. and attending ce Bttsiness C'ol]ege. No SISTER VISITS Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jor- sen,son had as their guest l`ast week his sistev, Lila,' from Everett. ATTENDS CONVENTION Peter J. Smith attended the Washington State Jewelers convention held in Seattle the past weekend. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. W. S. Bernard left Wednesday morning by plane wedding date ,has been set. Jerold J. Wahl Transferred to Vt. Jerrold J. Wahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wahl`, has been promoted from C-7 to C-9 and las been trsferred to the fores service supervisor's of- fice in Rutl,aad, Vt., where he will work as an aceount ant. Jerold and his wife and son spent several days viting Jerry's parents, the yn.n Browns at Tonasket, and sev- eral days visiting Jerry's sister, Bera, and other friends in. Cheney and Spokane. They left by car for their new home in Vermont Sept. 5. Mrs. Berta Wahl` and daugh- ter, Berta, spent several days l`ast week visiting at Lewis,ten and Asotin. While at Astin they helped Miss Lill`ie Au's- mn celebrate 'her 80th birt'h- day. Ms Ausrman is the only living aunt of Mrs. Wahl. Mrs. Clarence Spaagler of Asetin, Who gave the birthday party, is a sister. Mrs. Bert WaM and Berta sper Sunday with the Clair Wnley amily t Col`ville. They went to Pierre hke on a fisng tp and reort a suc- i cessful fishing day. Mrs. WaM and Mrs. Warnsl`ey are cousins. PEO Chapter Holds First Fall Meet The first fall meeting of the PEO chapter was held Wed- nesday at the home of Mrs. E. L. Dales, with Mrs. Richaxl loos, co.hostess. Luriehen was served to 20 members arid one guest. The president, Mrs. Roos presided ,at the business meet- ins. A program on music of Ha- waft va.s ,laresnted by Mrs. Ll.oy.d VandeBerg. Some Ha- auan children's songs and dces in costume were per- formed by Janie V'andeBerg and (ire Yarm, with ncerd- ed mu'sic aceompanmea. TILICUM NEWS The Evenin LitermT club will meet on Tuesday evening, Sept. 21, at the home of Mrs. W. Itupp. The .board meeting will be hem on Wednesday mmmin,g a 10 a. m. at the home of the president, lVirs. Warren Wes- terman. The general membership meetLag on Oct. 4 at 8 p. m. in the city hall, with Fine Ats department as lootess group. The N. E. di, sCrict corwen- tion ow women's chubs will meet in Tela on Saturday, Oct. 9 with delegates from Cheney attertding. M2s. Warren Westerman is entertaining with an open house tea today far members of the TUizum. She wifl and for New York city to spend ltwo weeks with her and daughter and their three children, Mr. and Mrs. Don Dobrott. 'Carl Hair and a party of 10 returned l`ast week from a fishg trip to Westport, try- ing their tuck in the Pacific, and digging clams on the be,aches. Miss Ruth Bhckshaw ws ac- cepted into the Deaconess school ,of nursing this week. She attended Whitwo,rth c01- I lege ast year. Gre'tchen Lauff spent last week as a guest of her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pond, at Kettle Fal`l's. Gretch-: en will enter EWSC this fall us a freshman. The Methodist church youth group held an organizati'on,al meeting on Sunday evening in the church. Mr. and Mrs. Ken- n,eth Galloway are the advis- ors for the group. Mrs. Mary Snead returned Tuesday afternoon from a visit with her daughters and sons-in4aw at CatMdo, Idah'o. Oliver Johnson and son from Iamilton, Mont. st,opped on his way home Wednesday af- ternoon to visit arrother ama- telr radio .operator in Cheney. Mr: and Mrs. Kenneth Con- ley entertained as a Sund,ay guest Stanford Johnson of Se- .attle. ca,llers during the week! at the Canley h()me were Mr. ,and Mrs. El.met Coey, Mrs. Beth Smith, .Mrs. Roydl C()n- .ley ,atnd Mrs. Rezeau Plot of Edl. Mrs. Henry Rudolf arm Mrs. Mio Ball are in charge of the ere0tior arid design of the Four Lakes grange booth. The tlmme is the "Grange, the hub of the WeatlarMs." Skes of gMen ,grain, suvoundecl in green vegetables acM olige,. Mrs. Ball is the Lecturer of the grange. Mr. nd Mrs. J. P. Gtuber spent Tuesday in Spokane with their two sans, the Tom and J avk ()ribbers. &ary Rietz and Edna Chee- rer, both .of Oheney, attended the Whitman County Fair at Ootax. &aI was the driver of his convertible in the Parade for anice Darhg who was a pavtipat. Janice was gaest ,of her mother s heme un- ity in :holmr of her Camp Fire National` Soc'ml Leadehip award. Steve Swegl`e returned home on Monday from the coast, where ,he registered at the University ,of W:ashinten for classes ,in Oorporate Law. He then took a motor vacation trp with John Fletcher, Dave Nieol, both of Cheney and Al- ton Cdthreath md JoLm Brew- er of Medical Lake. The DWYC ,club of the Re- ,bekahs will hoki a potluck l urCheon meeting on Wednes, day, Sept 22, at e home of Mrs. F. N. Leevre. The Grandmothers club will hod a .m.eefirg Thursday at the home of Mrs. Roy Ite arid SOlVe a potluck lu,nean. Mrs. Ma Maddux will preside for the business meeting. ALTAR SOCIETY MEETS Altax Society, hdi' of St. I of Lima Caflmlic chmeh, ,l2fl their irst all meeting Tuesdiay eyeing to make for eanmtle work for the winter months. CHURCH NOTICES BAPTIST Rev. Amick Charnpe 11 a. m.  Worship 9.45 a. m.  Church School 7 p. m. -- EvenJg Service CHENEY COMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. Gene Rein 11 a. m. -- Worship I}:30 a. m. -- Church School p. m.  Eying Servles ', OIRISTIAh Rev. Donald Ross 11 e m. -- Worship 9.45 a. m.  Church School METHODIST Pv. Howard Pitt II a. m. -- Worahlp 9.45 a. m. -- Church School N/ZARElgE Roy. George Ntchols ll a. m.  Worahtp 10 a. m.  h School '1 p. m.  gverng Service LUTHERAN Rev. {)lair Grabe 8:30 a. m, -- Worshlp Service 11 a. m. r-- Worahip 9:45  m.  Sunday School UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Rev. Philip Elaenhau 11 a- m.  Wnhip 9:30 a. m.  Church School SEWENTH DAY DV Bet School Elder C. E. Renhler 11 a. rm  Wotmhtp 9:30 a. m. -- Sunday School Ssturdays CATHOLIC Father W. J. Brennan Maas 8 a. m. , 10 a. m. ,11:30 a. rn. CCD Classea  Mondays :45 p. m.  Grade School ff p. m.  High School CHEIEY BRANCH LATTER DAY sAINTS Dr. Gra Thomas, president 9 a. m.  Sunday School Worship p. m. -- Scrament Services ,Stevens; three-yea,r ekis, Mrs. C'a0yn Ges; kindezwarte Mrs. Donna McKie, Mrs. Flor- ence Harris; first and se(nd, Mrs. Pal Eisenhauer, Mrs. Mad- eMn Jordan; lower jnors Mrs. Bobbi, e Jevue; juniors, Loyd Martin, (pro tern.); jtm- ior high, Mrs. Helen Alen, Mrs. Leanna Lass:; h setmol, Mr. card M'. Pat WMtehill; corfirm: el'ass, Phifip Eisehauer. Dunhams Celebrate 25th Anniversary Mr. and 'Mrs. G. T. 'Frvst at- tended the 25 weddi cele- bration fv Mr. and Ms. Jhn Dtmam a 4205 West Crown in Spokane Su'rMay afterroan. Assisting with the receien were e Dttnham's two sons, Iaey .and Stephen, and bro- thea, s ,and Msters (rf Mr. and Mrs. Dunlmm. Mrs. Dun,ham was  fer- met Juamta RoberLn a'd both were former Ceey residents emp'ayed by the Cheney Weeder Co. Wilma Plotts Bride Of Arthur Lammert Wi}ma Plts and Arthur Iammert were ulfited in mar- riuge Sept. 3 in the Emauel Lutheran churvh with the Pas- tr Ohir Grube officiating. Attemims were her ster, G,dys Robertus, of Portland and hrother-in4aw, Jlm Ham. I Pal towing the ceremony, the couple left fr a honeymoon lap that will include Baker, Ore., and Reno, Nev. They wffi make their home at AMeman's Traier eurt. president; strom secretry; Mrs. William Lee tremsurer; Mrs. Carl Hen- dvic, clpiai; Mrs. J. Mier historian; Mrs. WiBimn Bryan Sgt. t arns; Mrs. Carl Cruse was the insli'ng offic- e.r, assisted by Mrs. Hun- the r eri,g president. oth state and .nation mer- itorious awards were present- ed the Unit for service and. merabersklX Cntributi,ons made to Veterar' hsaital, the chad weare, and Christma .gift slmp. It was voted Mrs. A. E. Ower- out the year books, and gide A regul:ar meeting of the a tmlr through her rmwly con-i Rebekah lodge was held Wed- strutted home.  are 3 to! nesday evening in the IOOF P" 5 p. m. ,and again at 7 to 9ihtl. Officers were in charge p.m. Style Show Set l By Pi Phi Omegas A style .shaw, syonsmx Pi Phi Omega sorority, wi hem Wednesday, Sept. 22 the Science Building auditor- ium of EWSC beginng at to 3:30. Mealrs of fle sorority will model casual r as welI as eotou, knit suits of top quy design that wifl everyaes budget. An inviafion is extended to al fashion vonsciaus women Mrs. Prescott Eaton is the ad- visor. Mother Honored at Birthday Luncheon frame the aards certificates, ,axed to again sponsor Girls' State. Sisters Have Reunion ue.sts this week at the Pet- er J. Smith ;tmme awe Mr. and Mrs. ;MI en of Hoquiam, and Mr. and M. MAOhae Kin-[ ie and daughter,,ah. Linda of l Santa Aa, Calif. Mrs. M and Mrs. Kra- ie are rosters of Mrs. Smith iTKi this is the first "tizne in M m. Lloyd Hol]aday enter- veral years that the tree tined with a luncheon last have been, together. Friday Imnoring her mother, The Kragies came ,here to Mrs. Frank Paul, on her birth- visit and to enrl their daugh- ter at Gonzaga university in Spokane. DINNE RNG'G-"S The Cistian Men's Fdlow- ship zone meeting will have a dinner meeting at the Chris- tian church Monday, Sept. 20, ,at 7 p. m. Tickets per pate ll be $1.50. The Rev. George Allel wiU be the guest speak- day. Other guests were Mrs. Mar- tha Cressy, Mrs. Robert King, : Mrs. Ova Williams and Mrs. lobet Gifting of Spokane, i Mrs. Robert Adersn of Es- i panola and Mrs. Lese Paul of Cheney. ! VACATION IN B. C. Dr. and Ms. N. Hollchy left Sept. 8 for a few days visit in Victoria and Xan, couver, B. C. En route home they plan to visit a foster daughter, Mrs. ,'rnces Dagieish and fam- ily ,at Kelwna. er. ! , The Christian Women s Fel-] lo,,kip will cook and sve] the dinner, Mrs. Jokn Ditton reports. of the ritual, with noble and Agnes Oharltan pcesidg. .Mr. and Mrs. Karry Bryce- son entertained as Saturday evening dinner gues their san-inlaw arid d'augeaCer, Mr. ,and Mrs. Vernon K]a*t and daahters of Spokane. Mr. ,and Who-. OWNS YOUR PRESCRIPTION? YOU DO! ! Since you ere the owner, you have the right to have it filled at the pharmacy of your choice. This is the American way.., the right of free choice. Any viola- tion of this right indicates olllusion and is a violation of ethics, law and your sac- red right to choose for your- self. Have your next prescrip- tion filled at BE 5-5348 W. H. Westerman f BRIDE AND GROOMMiss Elizabeth Jean Thomson the bride of Earl L. Hilton Jr. Aug. 28 in the I munity Presbyterian church with the pastor A. officiating. ' ing at which ten presided. Zone J. Cul,ler of Spokane clubwas guest speaker evening; he broug guests froqn Spokane him. It was announced tl nie edng at N.elS, an, wonl`d be Saturday, Mr. Doten and a the Oheney members tend. Reports were the Cheney base,hall Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slokne were nan guests of M_. John Banks. I Mrs. Richard Bryeeson and three children. Mr. ,and Mrs. Eu,gene Foster and four children are guests of her sister ,and family, Mr. aztfl Mrs. Harry Bryces,o,n. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hereon from Pomeroy, spent Mmd'ay evening in Cheney and attend- ed 12he Eastern Star meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Leormrd Shultz from Ha rrington, were guests of fri, e,rcs in Cheney on Men- day and attended the OES meetirg .of Martha chapter in the Masonic temple. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert oertz a,nd children entertained Mr. arid Mrs. Carl Brenner from Alaska, their son trod fa, mil$, Mr and lVirs. A1 Brn!ner of Wen, atchee, and Ms. Herb Smith of Wenatchee. Mrs. Goactz's mother, Mrs. Frank Ktmkle from WeMxhee has ben a house guest for several weeks, j The Legion Auary repot- ed at their last meeltg that the Immunization child clinic had functiovts all durin,g the summer monhs wth 54 chit- drenbeing on hand for lots. MiR Keisey is confirmd in ,a Sakane hospital, where he was taken la'st week ater a .heart attack. J. W. Hedge celebrated his 94th bithd,y last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hatch en- texained Mr. and Mrs. John Banks of Ch'emey at di.ner Sunday. Lions club met Wednesday Sept. 8, with a hrge turno and Spokane guevts. A ",dinner preceded the meet- CHENEY SCHOOL The school unch, the next throttgh Sept. 24, low: M,ond.ay, soup, toasted cheese relish tray, Tu, esday, Te beans, tomato, olive kebab, chocolate pudding. Wednesday, bun with tomato, relish, potato on. Thursday, stew, tossed salad, ha,king poder fruit. Friday, macaroni buttered green re,lish, meon howl. 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