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ii!! Page 4 @beney Free Press Friday, Septembev 25, 1964 LT.-AND MRS. EDWARD SONNEBORN JR.--Miss Calmer Carter and Lt. Edward Sonneborn Jr. were married recently in the Fairchild Air Foce Base chapel with Chaplain James Duvall performing the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Carter of Cheney. Lt. Sonneborn is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Sonneborn Sr. of Medi- cal* Lake. The young couple are making their home in Carlsbad Calif. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. Wil}iam Mols returned from Senile over the weekend after spending a week with Mrs. Graham Dressier and on Hood Canal. bIrs. D. G. Serue entertained with ,an afternoon tea to honor Miss Dorothy Doose and her sister, Mrs. M. Heaston, who have sold their Cheney home and are moving to California. John Schvoder III raturned home this week Mter receivirg bis discharge from the Navy after actwe duty in Guam, the Philippines and Viet Nam. He is resuming his college educa- tion in EWSC as a sphomore, living with his grandparents here. Mrs. Charles Both enter- rained with a coffee party in hen,or of Mrs. RoberL Jones, whose hitsband is a new fac- ulty member in the EWSC li- brary. The party was be:!d at the Booth home Tuesday morn- STRI EFFS RETURN FROM VACATION Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stvieff 'have ,returned from a vacatAoaa trip to visit friends ad e]a tires. Their first op was in Tacoma, where they were the guests of their ffatghtex, Mrs. R. O. Disney, and her ,mily. Prom there they traveAed by bus to California, where they were guests of Shi,eff's broth- e rs and sisters, M. and Mrs. Richard Stare at Sacrameo and Joh, n Strieff at I.oe. Tlmy also visited a number of more d,istant relatives ad saw old friends and country- side around Yuba City, @alif., where the Srieffs lived be- l'ere moving to Washington about 30 years ago. From there they traveled by train to Greeley, Colo., where they were guests of th*ir daughter. Mm. Allen Pal.m- euist, and her family. They re- turned by train Tuesday. ingMrs. Mrtin Grein, Mrs. Mile 00ail N-m,,00t Ball and Mrs. Roydal Conley -- .... ,, " "" accompanied Mrs. Tom Matney [/empora ry bec retary on a trip to .her farm near l ......... Orixnt %V:ah t%r  woo.kond] al tevens, aaug,nter oi art- Saturday was spent in I irs. Lucflle Stevens, 423 Ceda,r anda at Lake Christina and] St', has been elected temporary other poites of inte,resL secretary of me asrern WaSh- Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Slovens ington State Co,llege ctass of entertained as guests last week 1968. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Treffinger A graduate of Cheney Kdgh of Kent. who were en ro.ute to School, Miss Stevens will serve for two weeks un, tila pexznan- Ohio. Miss Else Weimiller, a sister from Bellevue, spent era slate of EWSC freshmen several days he,re. On Wednes- ci,a,ss officers are elected. day afte*nroon Mrs. J. B. Pear- son and her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tayl,ar from Spokane, were afternoon callers. Mrs. Phoebe Persons, Phoe- nix. Ariz., spent the weekend in Cheney as a 'h,o,se guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Banks. She also visited with Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Sl*avens and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bfllesbeeh. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Billesbach entertained with a birthday party Sunday evening at the{r home here for their dtaughter, Mrs. Morri. Slavens, (Lucille Billesbach}. Others present were Mr. S/avens and sons Bil- ly and Mike of Spokane and ....... Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Slavens of : :il;::::ii Cheney. Mrs. Flora Rufer entertain- ed ,as weekend guests her granddaughter, Mrs. Ba'uce Carman, Mr. Carman and two children. They were en route to California, w,hre @arman is reporting or a new assign- ment in the Army. Mrs. Olive Swegle entertain:- ed as a guest Iast week her ,son. Glen Swegle, of Portland. Other visitors were 'the Dean Swegles and the DeA McCan- hells. Mr. and Mxs. John Ba&s enCertained as Sunday afte- rmon guests her sister, ls. Harold Langiand and family of Spokane. Mrs. Etta Presnel spent the weekOrd ,in Colfax as a guest of her son, Clifford Presnell. On Friday her gra, nddaughter. Texahe Presaaelt, was installed as "Faith" in the Cot.fax .Rain- bow .assembly. Guests were her two grand- re:others, members nd grand officers of Eastern Star lodge and lainbow .assemblies of the Inland Empire. Don,ald Hedge, Fresno, Calif., spent this week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hedge, and with a broth- or, Harold Hod*go, in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cordi11, PAverside, Calif., spent the past week in Chermy with his sister in taw, Mrs. Ivy. Cordial. Visits were :also ,me,de to the TRAVELOGUE PEO PROGRAM The regular l'uneheon meet- ing of chapter A J, PEO ws held last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. R. L. Michael- sen with Mrs. W. R. Bernard as assistant hostess. Mrs. W. L. Rowles presented a travel- ogue on their recent trip to i Alaska. N. A. C ordfll family in Amber iand the Clark Cordill family I in Colbert. KEITH H. CAMPBELL Thank you, Cheney vot- ers, for your Primary sup- port. Re-Elect KEITH H. Campbell State Representative Democrat TILICUM NEWS The general membea-s'hip meeting of Tilicum clu*b will be held in the city hall Oct. 5. A 6:30 p. m. "tast2ng sttpper" will be srved by the fine arts department, the hostess group. A white elephant auotion sale, with each o,ne bringing articles, will be held. Proceeds will be used for state convention ex- penses, which each CluLb in N. E. District provides. The busi- ness meeting will be at 8 p. m., wth Mrs. Stanley Pierce, pres- ident, in charge, Mrs. L. E. Zimmerman, department clalr- man, will be in charge of the supper. International education de- partment will meet Thursday afterrmon at the home of Mrs. Mile Ball. A program on "the Arms of Liberty" wilt be pre- sented by Mrs. A. B. Cutting. ttan,dicraft met at the home ' of Mrs. Wally Beard Tuesday evening and began the project of satin flowers. Twelve mem- bers were presert. Dessert concluded the evening. The Board will meet Tues- day morning at 10 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Stan{ey Pierce. It is hoped all will be present for phnning the state conven- tion, the general membership meeting 04. 5 and reading of the yearly budget. Evening lterary department met Sept. 15 at the home of Mrs. Walter Rupp. A program on immigrarts was presented by Mrs. Iuis Folk, guest speaker. Next meeting wi be at Mrs. Della Grant's home with a proam on Indian trails by Mrs. Ball and Mrs. Hoyt. American home department held a barbecue cook out Sept. 15 at the home of Mrs. PeCe IIeideeker. Classified advertislng does a great job at a small cost. CAMP FIRE NEWS The Camp Fire Girls Co.un- all and Leaders association met Wednesday mormn.g at the home of Mrs. M. A. Mahnoe for a generai planning meeting. Group organization, activities and new leaders we,re planned, and discussion fr Eall activi- ties of older grou:ps made. Blue Hirds, the youngest members of the organzatio,n, will work on their Fly-Up re- quirements New Blue Bird members met with their lead- ers and spon'sers at the two elemen,ary schools in C:heey. Mrs. F. d Schadegg, presi- dent of the council, Mrs. Ly- man Johnson Jr., secretary, Mrs. Malmoe, president of the leaders, and Mrs. Finn Akc's of the Spokane office were present. LODGE NEWS Royal Neighbor odge met Monday afternoon in the Leg- ion Hall. Mrs. William Lee pre- sided for business, fin:ancial report and election of a new recorder, Mrs. Waneta Nelson, who was installed. Mrs. Mil]ard Hale, who has served as recorder for 10 years, resigned becattse of ocher com- mittments. She was prese.rt, ed a gift of appreciation and hoa ored for her .long and faithful work for local lodge as deguty. Refreshments,,' were served by! Mrs. Olive Swegle and Mrs. Flora Ruler. A social hour fol-! lowed. Martha ch, apter OES will i meet Morday evening in the Masonic Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Ihrold Pendell, patron and lrmtren, will preside. Hen, ors will be conducted for he wor- thy matrons and patrons af the Inland Empire, who will be guests. A reception with re- freshmen.ts will follow. Newcomers Club Plans Campus Tour Tomorrow Morning The Newcomers Club is ar- ranging a tour of Eastern Washington State College Cam- pus for new faculty wives and new ladies of the faculty to- n:,o.rrow. The tot',r will begin at the Campus School at 8:30 a. m. Guests .are advised to wear comfortable shoes. At 10:30 there will be an open house and coffee hour,at the home of President and Mrs. Don S. Pat- terson at the corner of 7th and D Street. The first meeting o,f the Newcomers Club will be held Oct. 5 at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Violet Sawyer at 1603 Second. New faculty wives and new hdies of the faculty will be guests. There will be a dis- cssion m Washington Sate 1.olitical issues. CHORCH NEWS CHRISTIAN The Christian church joined with the churches of the In- land Empire in joint instala- tier, of the board of directors, leaders of the men's fellov- ship, women's fell, owship, the youth fellowship and the ad- ministrative ass,ociation at the Iacffic Average church in: So- kane this week. Rev. Donald Ross spoke at the ceremordes. Central Cb:rlstian church is hosting a series of religious study coat:sos every Monchy evening from 7:30 to 9:30 p. m., starting Monday. Courses for children, youn,g people and adults will be taught. Rev. Don- aid Ross will be in ch, arge of one of the corses. METHODIST The Methodist church wom- CLUB NEWS R. N. C. Mrs. Osborne Belsby enter- rained the R. N. C. Club in her home Sept 17. Guests were lIiss Ruth Gould, cotmty exten- sion agent, who flare an inter- esting talk on "Adding Life to Your Years," Mrs. Florence Ager .and her daughter Louise from St. John, and Mrs: Ruby Brown from Edwall. In the ab- sence of the president, the meeting was conducted by Vice President Hattie Tiedt. Safety chairman Alda Buob gave a short report on the care and selection of avden tools. Hattie Tiedt, Mary RAetz and Alda Bu*ob will attend ?:he leader training lesson at he Carnation Buildi,ng Sept. 21 and wil present the lesson on "Ways of Cooking and Using Vegetables" ,at the October meeting, wlfich will be ,at the home of Kate Anderson. At the County Council meeting Oct. 2, the R. N. C. Club is to help serve dessert. Each mer.ber going will please take two doz- en cookies. en's society head circle meet- in,gs on Tue'sd'ay afternoon at the parson,age wih .Mrs. How- ard Pitts the hostess. Mrs. Franci Kemhl, presi- dent, announ.ced the first fel- lowship dinner wo.uld be head Oct. 4 at 1 p. m. The diszict orkshop will be hem in Ritz- vilte today. The program study will be handled by Mrs. Earl Brooks. Assisting hostess- s will be Mrs. G. Maxwell and Mrs. M. S. Jones. CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ferguso, pra,prietors of he Malt Sh,ocp, celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary last Sunday with a dinner party. Hossoms The Veo Smalls ed word that Dr. and neth Hossom and are comfortably fairly large and light, at Obregon 1.58, elos, Mexico. The dren are already a English-speaking small classes that private htoring. ]nile trip down was esting. JOHN L. COON STATE Cooney has introduced leg inate the sale of erature and comic children. Democrat  THE TOTAL PERFORMANCE FORD GALAXIE 500 LTD 4-DOOR HARDTOP Now... look into the many worlds of Total Performance for '65 THE TOTAL PERFORMANCE MUSTANG 2+2 -best year yet to go Ford! From a new reversible key to a brand-new luxury series, the '65 Fords are so new you just have to see them for yourself. New world of elegance 17 solid, quiet Fords, including a new super luxury series- the LTD 2- and 4-Door Hardtops. New body, frame and suspensions give the smoothest, quietest ride ever. 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