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= Page 4 Choney Free Press Fri 'dy, September 18, 1964 SALLY K. NILSSON, WALTER SHERIDAN PLEDGE TROTH IN CHENEY RITE In a setting of white chrys- groom. They were present for anthemum and candlelight, the wedding. Miss Sally Kay Nilsson and Walter Sheridan were united in marriage Sept. 5. The Rev. Claire Grube officiated in Che- hey E mm a n u e 1 Lutheran church for the double ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a gown of Peau d'Arge lace fashioned wth a crystal chls- ter trim neckline. A panel front accented the sheath gown of ivory vchtte a1d the detachable, floor length over- skirt extended into a chaoel train. A matching jewelled ,headbow held ,the illusion veil. She carried a cascade of white gardenias. The maid of honor, Frances Forrey, was attired in a fkmr length, blue satin ,gown with a matching head bow of blue. She carried gardenias. The bridesmaids, Marrianne Cathy Buck, and jumor brides- nmid, Leslie Nilsson, sister of the bride, wore gowns identi- cal to the maid of bonar. BeN man was Terry Rasen. [shering were Charles Hir Robert Heehen and Peter Nils- son, brother of .the bride. Mrs. H, arold Stevens of aheney, the organist, accompanied the soloist, Joanne Carkson. Col. Evwin Nilssen, former EWSC ROTC director, and Mrs. Ni[sson, parents of the bride now reside in Bend, Ore. Mrs. Blanche Sheridan, Hug, hson, CaRt., is mother of the bride- PROXY BRI DAL SHOWER HELD Ms." Clarence Bower enter- tain with a "proxy" bridal shower Frichy evening in hon- or of Miss Ger Sex'con, bride- A recemn foqliowed in the church dining rooms, where Mrs. l%obert Heehen handled the guest book and Oathy Nel- son the gift table. Cutting and serving the wedding cake were Mrs. Richard Miller and Mrs. Masmard Nelson. Pouring cof- fee was Miss Mary Miller; serving pun(h was Miss Bon- eta Morrison. The bride, a graduate of EW- SC,  a case worker in: the Public Assistance Department of State Weifaxe in Spokane. The groom is a senior at EW- SC and will continue his stud- ies. They are living in Cheney !at the Harwood apartments, following a honeymoen trip to the coast. Chenev Churches Will Welcome EWSC Freshmen EWSC revlrnen who will ar- rive on campus this weekend are being entertained with a round robin dinner served by several churches of Cheney. More than 150 who will be attending will .hold a reception in the Student Union lounge at 5 p. m. for the beginning of l the progress from churoh to church. Fimt they wiU go to the Episvopal church for invo- cation; then to the GhriStian church for a salad course; to the Methodi'st churvh for the main course, served by the Methodist a n d Episcopel churches; and the to the Unit- ed Gburch of Christ for des- sert. It is planned that a sort period will be spen in each sancttmry with ministers of the churches, under the direc- tion of Rev. George Allen, with the couple's names. ,Miss Sextort is t:he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Sexton (Mar- jorie Cutting) of Spokane, a graduate of the West Valley high school and pastt worthy advisor of Rainbow Girls. elect of Robert E. Oarner of miRister of the Campus Cis- St. Louis, Mo. ]tian group, making brief talks. Twenty guests presemted[Th, is a yearly affair and a linen gifts, vChih they wrap-Imeans of welcoming new stu- ped and packed to send to the [ dents to Cheney. guest, who is a stewardess on[ ...... Trailway Btmses in Missouri. lCAlA D lDl= NII::MQ Heart cakes were inscbed ................... The Camp Fire groups ave John Banks Wed To Seattle Girl Jack Banks, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Banks, took as 'his bride Miss Verlyn Hu.tman, daughter of Mrs. Iver Hutman, Seattle, Sept. 12 in Seattle. The candl, eliht, double ring ceremony was held in a setting of summer flowers ,of pink and white.,i  A reception followed. Going from Cheney were Mr. and Mrs. Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Etmo Bartlet and David, arid Lloyd Banks, Spokane. A family dinner o Satur- chy was held ,at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Banks in Kent, Wash. The couple, both employed in Seattle, will make their h,me there ,after a honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ruda1 returned last week from a 10 day vacation trip in Canada. They toured Catary, Edmon- ton, Jasper and the new oil fields at Dayton Valley. They returned by way of Okanogan Valley and Penicto; where reaches are being h, arvested. Miss Ruth Evelyn Blackshaw registered at Whitworth last weekend, where she will be a student for the coming year. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bl, ackshaw, she is an ac- complished pianist and organ-' ist and was active in musical circles of Cheney high school, here she graduated with the June class. Follow That Prescription! Peop!o often spend time and money going to the doc- tor, additional time and money getting a prescrip- tion filledand then pro- teed to "improve upon" the doctor's directions or to ig- nore them completely. How you take the medi- cine is important. Too little ---too much---too soon--too late: these are some of the things that can cause a pre. scribed medicine to be in- effective or sometimes even harmful. Your doctor knows what he wants you to have. His instructions are getting into full swing for the fll activities the next few weeks with groups meeCmg with the leaders, ,and the local Leaders Association meeU_ng. New leaders and sponsors are needed, as alvcays. It n't too early to prepare Dtue Bids for the fly-up cerem(m- ies. Get yonr Camp Five ties and secure a big sister for,each girl flying up. District meetings are being held in Spokane at Shadle Park and the Darigold hostess room and in the Vey. A fly- up for Blue Birds will be ,held Sept. 3'0 and Oct. 1 at Shadlel Park High School, and at other Spokane high schools. Cheney will be organizing new Blue Birds into gro,ups and it will be interesting to visit these Spokane ceremonies. Contact Mrs. Fran Akers, Spokane Camp Fn'e office, and Mrs. J. P. Caldwell of Oheney for in- formation. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Monday -- Spanish rice, green salad, Sally Land coffee cake, fruit cup. Tuesday -- Hot meat sand- wich, potato salad, carrot sticks, sliced peaches. Wednesday -- Chili, tossed sahd, sweet rolls, jello jew- els. Thursday -- Kitchen plan- ned menu. Friday -- Potatoes with pars- ley sauce, celery and carrot sticks, egg and olive kabob, :asted tuna sandwich, apple )ie. Top of Sunset Hill On Highway 2 SPECIALS Wiener Schnitzel Sauerbraten Vienna Steak Gibson's Daughter In Alpha Omicron Miss Judy Gibson, Spokane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Gibson of Cheney, was in- itiated into Alpha Omicron chapter of Delta K, appa Gam- ma, internztional women's ed- uvationl society, at a dinner meeting Tuesday at S1)okane. Miss Gibson, Who is a teach- er of language ar at North Pines Sunior .high in the Spo- kane Valley, was honored Sun- day at a tea at the home of Mrs. L. W. Cook in Spok, ane. Among those attendin,g the tea were Miss Alice Moe a:td Miss Bernice Moriarty, both of Cheney, and Mrs. Merle Bacon of Medical Lake. LODGE NEWS Marha chapter OES met Monday in the Masonic Tem- ple width Matron Bee Pendell and Patron Harold Pendell pre- siding. Several grand officers were present and we'lcomed. Re- ports of grand chapter were given by line officers who at- tended, with past Grand Pat- ron Wahlvn Chambers report- mg on the jurisprudence changes. Miss Florence Rue received her 50-year pin and member- ship in colorful ceremonies. She was escorted ,to the East and welcomed with honors. Other 50-year members pres- ent were Mrs. Grover Cham- bers and Mrs. Binna Dummei- e, Candidates were initiated and reports of standing com- mittees given. It was announced the new Emma P. Chadwick nrsing home at BotheU ,has been com- pleted and was opened in Aug- ust by all Eastern Star ch, ap- ters in the state. A large fravaed picture of the home was presented to the chapter by the local committee. A pot- luck dinner at 6:30 p. m. pro- ceeded the business meeting. After the meeting a reception was hem to honor Miss Rue, with tables marked in "gol- den fifties" and decorations. Bethel 17 of Job's Daughters will meet for the official visit of the gratd guardian on Tues- day evenicg ,at' 7:30 p. m. in the M,,aonic Temple. Queen Ruth Bell will preside, ,and the guardian, Mrs. Geri Lambert, ,and associate guardian, Rich- ard Jordanl wit1 be in charge. A reception will foilew in the dining rom, with the gtmrdian council serving the refresh- ments. The Rebekah Lodge:met on Wednesday evening in the IO- OF hall for a reguhr meeting, and to practice far the visita- tion of the District officers. TILICUM NEWS The Tilieum club museum in the junior high school build- ing was open Tuesday evening after the school election and during le coffee hour spon- sored by the school. Vis*itors came from out of town loca- CLUB NEWS DWYC club 'of Rebekah lodge wi]=l meet on Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. F. N. Lefevbre for dessert. Mrs. Etta PresneU is chos- tess. Grandmothers club will[ meet Thursday at 1 p. m. at the i home of Mrs. Elmer Mars for l a dessert and business meeting, i Spokane Altrusa club will hold a benefit fashion Shw, "The Soft View of Fall la- ions," in the Crescent auditor- ium Mon6ay evening. "FaSh- ions to be shown include, l- gerie, sparts wear, day wear, evening clothes and nery. Funds are used to assist in schohrsltips ,for student spoa sored by the crab. Cheney members will attend and Miss: Clara Kessler of the EWSC fac- ulty will be one of those lre- siding at the coofee urns. Mrs. MilD Ball and Mrs. A. B. Cutting attended the ,annual tea of the Spokane Presidents Coun,cil organization Thurs- day afternoon n the Darigold hostess room at Spokane. Mrs. W. R. Smith, president, spoke and welcomed new members. A program by Lewis and Clark High Sohool drama students and read,gs by Mrs. Grant Hopkins provided the program. Spanish costumes were warn by two guitarist members of! the council, who completed the entertainment. A. A. U. W. DATI= CHANOI = The Cheney A. A. U. W. con- te.porary books section will meet Oct., 1 instead of the reg- ular date, Oct. 8. Mrs. Louise Stearns, hostess, will be as- sisted by Mrs. Jean Breiten- feldt. Discussion leader will be Mrs. Betty Bender. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. 'and Mrs. Rezeu Plotts of Ed'wall were Saturday eve- ning guests of Mr. and Ms. Ienneth Conley. Mrs. Beth Smith hs com- pleted construction of a new home at 123 Fourth street and moved into it recently. Mr. and Mrs. Rotlie Duty of Bainbridge Ishnd we.re in Cheney last G week to close the Maples School far retarded cildren and sell the house o,n East Third St. The school, which has been ,licensed to Mrs. Duty for many years, has served well ,and been of much interest to the community. Mr. and Mrs. Duty ttave an acre- age farm on the coast. Miss: Judy ibson, Aaaghter of Mr:. and lIrs. Jotm of Cheney, a graduate of SC, was honored with a tea on Sunday afternoon at the Spo- kane home of Mrs. L. W. Cook. Miss Gibson, a teacher in the Spokane Valley school systcr, ws initiated into Alpha Omi- cron Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, international women's education society, at the Fran- cis Lester In Sept. 15 in c(l- orful ceremonies. Serving as hostesses were Mrs. M. Teague, Mrs. M. Sackett and Mrs. Rus, tion:s ,and Cheney. The Boy sell Mender. Scouts, who were holding Mr. and Mrs. Dick Roos left their meeting in the building, this week for-the coast and to came in for a visit, visit their son, Dr. Richard The big clock t the Cheney RoDs, at Lynnweod. They went swimming pool, which was a by way of Wenatchee and En- gift from the Tilicum club, will tiat, where they took Mss be stored inside the building I Florence Rue to vi:s ,her sister- for the winter months, in-law and other rehives. The ReDs expect to be gone the re- miader of Septe,mber. ,Mrs. James Shinder return- ed Sunday from Seattle where she spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weigand and Janet. Don Daniels has returned to his home after serving two years in the army at Picatinny Arsenal in Dover, N.J. I G. T. Frot, F. N. Danielsl and W. E. Betz spent ast week- end grouse hunting in the Col- vilte area. Mrs. Dorothy Reed, Mrs. M'vtha Wisen, Mrs. Lucy An- derson and a number of Cihe- neyites attended the antique show of English and foreign items at Windsor Grange hall Wednesday of last week. Mr. ,and Mrs. Elmo Bartlett and four dren returned from Seattle Sund.ay, visiting , in Posed and Yakima with his !sister en route h one. Mr. and Mrs. John Banks returned hmne from Seattle Monday after speding the weekend as house ,guests of his brother, George Banks, at Kent. They were there for the i wedding of their son, Jack: Banks, and Verlyn Hutman, Saturday. l lr. and Mrs. John Van i Brunt attended the Eastern: Star "Advance Night" at Med- ical Lake Loyal chapter on Monday. Menbers of the OES Associate Matrons and Patrons Club or Inland Emlaire Chap- ters were present. On Tuesday evening the ,associate matrons and patrom were guests of North Hill chapter in Slokne. Mr. and Mrs. MilD Ball and her sister, Mrs. Mildred Harris, Spokane, spent Wednesd, ay fternoon at Tekoa with Mrs. Pauline Here,1. Mrs. Etta Presnell and Mrs. Elmer Mash spent Tuesday afternoon in Fairfield to visit a rfiece, Mrs. J. McMiltan, who is ill. Mrs. Delia Grant has return- ed from Kamlops, B.C., where she vacationed with 'her datghter, Mrs. Witliam Hub- bard far the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. G. JOhnson entertained their son d ls wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jhnson, last week. They were returning, home' from New York and the World's Fair, where they spent two weeks. The labert Jolmons are grads of EWSC and are teachers ,at Corvallis, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson spent the weekend in Vancou- ver, Wash., as guests of their daughter, Mrs. Wayne Hebble- thwait. They spent a few @ays in Corvallis, Ore., with their son Robert and his wife. Classified advertising does a great job a gmall cost. Bag Full Im 5 [0r Sl. 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