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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, September 28, 1962 I[vis s Jean Kerr VOWS REPEATEDMiss Jean Kerr changed her name to Mrs. David Danielson in a wedding ceremony last Saturday in the United Church of Christ. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kerr of Cheney, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Danielson of Rosalia. The newlyweds have left for Georgia, where Mr. Danielson is to be stationed with the Army. Former Cheney Girl Weds Spokane Man Miss Sharon Kaye Beck and Robert C. Williams Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Will- iams of Spokane, were united in marriage Saturday evening in the Emmanuel Presbyterian Church, pokane. The Rev. Richard C. Redfield officated at the candlelight, double ring ceremony. Mrs. E. Getoor was the organist. The bride, given in mar- riage by her father, Bennie Beck, wore a white gown of miramist taffeta, styled with a basque bodice, long pointed sleeves, and scalloped neck- line, accented with garlands of pearls and sequins. The long bouffant skirt was accent- ed with a back sash and A1- cencon motifs, which fell gracefully into a chapel train. The imported illusion fing- ertip veil was attached to a crown of juliet pearls and crys- tals. The diamond and pearl necklace she wore was a gift of the groom. She carried a cascade bouquet of Euchris lillies set in velvet leaves and pearls. Miss Susan Beck was maid of honor for her sister, attired in pastel pink gown fashioned with nylon lace bodice, long sleeved and full skirt of organ- za and matching satin slippers. Her headpiece was pink pet- als adorned with pearls and illusion veil. She carried a sin- gle long stem rose. The bridesmaids were Mrs. Larry Beach, Spokane, and Miss Bonnie Winkler, Kenne- wick. They wore gowns like the maid of honor, and carried a single rose. Flower girls were Leslie Ann Henker and Deb- bie Russell, attired in pink and white gowns, respectively, and each wore floral tiara. Ring- bearer was Johnny Rostbert. Best man was Les Klinking- beard. Ushers were Run Beck, Marshall Mullberry and George Renner. Candlelighters were Karen Williams, sister of the groom, and Randy Beck, cousin of the bride. Church decoartions were tall baskets of white large mums and pink roses, candelabras of tapers and pink isle bows. Mrs. Beck wore for her daughter's wedding a mauve pink silk peau sheath, lace bodice and matching accessor- ies. The groom's mother wore an aqua crystaline sheath dress, adorned with sequins and pearls and matching ac- PASTOR ADDRESSES METHODIST WOMEN Methodist Church Women's Society met Tuesday after- noon at the parsonage, with Mrs. Edwin Okerstrom and Miss Lillian Hall as dessert hostesses and Mrs. K. W. Lar- rison assisting. The Rev. K. W. Larrison was guest speaker on Bible history, after which the business was conducted by Mrs. Carl Hendricks, presi- dent. Mrs. Harry Hampton pre- sented the devotions, and the ,pledge candlelight ceremony ]was conducted by Mrs. Don Patterson, Mrs. Larrison, Mrs. M. S. Jones, Mrs. Lloyd Vande. Berg and Mrs. Hendricks. It was announced the "round robin dinner" Sunday evening for Campus Christian Fellow. ship students had 150 attend. ing and going to four church. es of the community.r the various courses, of fo6. The church fett'6wship din. ner will be held in.the church dining room: Sy at 6 p. m., and families are requested to bring hot dislli, salads and milk for the children. Dessert and coffee will be 'furnished by the Women's Society, the hostess group. Projects were discussed d will be reported to the society board. METHODISTS HOLD ANNUAL RALLY DAY Sunday was Rally Day at the Methodist Church Sunday School, with ceremonies held in the church auditorium. John Montague was leader, with Mrs. E. H. Wagoner and Mrs. L. VandeBerg in charge. Promotions sses were made, with l$::mary chil- dren advancing and a large number accepting certificates in all departments. Ten had perfect attendance records. Billy Wagoner, Jim Redman, Shirley Williams, Patty Shind- !ler and Linda Hardie received promotion certificates in the intermediate grades. Mrs. John Van Brunt was especially honored for her or- J ganization and work in the I Sunday School last year. The [Rev. K. W. Larrison spoke and I special music was presented. A coffee hour was observed in the downstairs youth center afterward, and before the church morning services. UNIT TO MEET Women's Fellowship miss- ionary unit will meet next Thursday at the home of Mrs. cessories. Both wore white Beth Smith. Final plans will orchid corsages. ]be made for the annual chick- The reception was held at Ien dinner for the public at the Frances Lester Hotel fol-[the City Hall on Oct. 11. lowing the wedding. Those [ serving were Mrs. Norval[ Holmes of Cheney, Miss Mar-[ gie Flint, Mrs. Sherman Ben-! son, Mrs. Fred Beck, Mrs. E. J. Gutschmidt, Mrs. Les Klink- ingbeard and Mrs. Gene Hen- ker. After a short honeymoon trip the couple will be at home in Spokane. The bride wore for her go- ing-away ensemble a red suit with white accessories and white camellia corsage. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Beck of Spokane, for- merly of Cheney, and is em- ployed at Montgomery Ward's in Spokane. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Williams Sr., Spokane, also is an em- ployee of Montgomery Ward. Among the pre.nuptial showers honoring the bride was one given in Cheney by Mrs. Norval Holmes, with 20 guests and early friends of the .Beck family Becomes Bride Of David Danielson Miss Jean Kerr and David j Danielson were united in mar-] riage on Saturday evening, I Sept. 22, in the United Church of Christ, with the Rev. Charl- es Dittmar officiating in the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, Ivan Kerr, wore a gown of white satin, fash- ioned with a long sleeve fitted bodice, the neckline accented in lace and the long bouffant skirt extending into a chapel train. The fingertip veil was attached to a pearl crown and she carried white orchids set in white rosebuds and feath- ered carnations. A cousin, Mrs. David Han- sen of Chilliwack, B. C., was the matron of honor, and a sister, Margaret Kerr, the bridesmaid. Both were attired in turquoise taffeta waltz- length gowns with matching headbands set in net. They carried bouquets of white rose buds and carnations. Best man was Gordon Bud- ke. Ushering were Robert Mor- gan, Bud Jaeger, John Nugent and Wallace Kaviness. Mrs. Mark Ratcliffe was the organ- ist for the wedding music and accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Jim Joireman. Mrs. Gordon Budke handled the guest reg- ister. Mrs. Kerr wore for her daughter's wedding a blue pol- ished cloth dress with match- ing accessories, and the groom's mother wore a rasp- berry color dress with match- ing accessories. Both wore white orchid corsages. The reception followed in the church dining rooms, where the wedding cake was cut .and served by Mrs. Sam Braaten, grandmother of the bride; Mrs. Della Grant, Mrs. Earl Nelson and Mrs. Gene Van Dyke. Mrs. Michael Will- iams and Miss Vonda Steven presided at the coffee urns. Miss Kitty Graves and Miss Cindy Gibson served the punch. Others assisting were Mrs. John Paulson, Miss Maur- een McCaw and Miss Debbie Van Dyke. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kerr of Che- ney, and is a graduate of Che- i ney High School and a student at Eastern Washington State College She is an accomplish- ed pianist. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Danielson of Rosalia, was graduated from EWSC and received an ROTC commission in June. The couple left immediately for Georgia, where :he will serve in the Army as a second lieutenant. Relatives and friends of the Kerrs attending the ceremony from British Columbia were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McCaw and daughter Maureen of Sardis, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Prentice and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dar- ling, alt of Chilliwack; Mr: and Mrs. Claire Lester and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McKenzie, all of Creston, and Mr. and Mrs. David Hansen of Chilhwack. Other guests at the Kerr home were the bridegroom's Irents, as well as Mr. and rs. Earl Nelson of Spokane and Mrs. Gene Van Dyke of Malden: Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Van Dyke are sister of th bridegroom. More than 60 Rosalia area residents attended the wed- ding. CARD PARTY SET Altar Society of the Cath- olic Church will hold a card party Oct. 6 at 7:30 p. m. in the church hall. A number of priz- es are being awarded, a travel clock, wool sport robe and floor polisher. There also are score prizes for both pinochle and bridge. Refreshments are being served. Tickets may be purchased from members or at the door. YOUNG PEOPLE DINE United Church of Christ par- ticipated in the round robin welcome for EWSC freshmen Sunday evening, under the leadership of the Campus Christian Fellowship. About 180 people were present. il an:d thtmld cars & trucks for Junk Car bodies removed TILICUM NEWS ] The first general member- :ship meeting will be held Mon- day in the City Hall. A dinner will be served at 6:30 p. m. by the Fine Arts Department, hos- tess group. Prospective mem- bers are being invited, with reservations being sent to Mrs. Athur Beaudreau, chairman, for the dinner. The business meeting will be conducted by Mrs. F. L. Ratcliffe Jr., presi- dent, with the call letter read the district convention in Spokane on Oct. 6 and election of delegates to attend. Handicraft Department met : Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Virgil Bunk. The pro- iiiii!ii {jeer on marble jewelry was ENGAGEDJudith Katherine tstarted, with.the chairman, . ,., , ..... , i,xtrs rruce Utlver, as ]nstruc- Laol=n, aaugnter ot mr. ana I " Mrs. Joseph V. Labish of Che- "' . . ney, and David Neil Theissen, Evenm.g Ltterary Depart- son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence ment wilt meet Tuesaay even- M. Theissen of Cheney, are !ng with Mrs. Ethel Fraser, nlannina a December weddina l hostess, at tne nome oI ner in Hawaii. Theissen is statio idaug hter, Mrs. Sam Hatch, for ed there with the Navy. jan evening of music by Mrs. Hatch. NAZARENE CHURCH HONORS NEW PASTOR The Rev. George Nichols, new pastor of the Nazarene Church, and his wife and chil- dren were honored at a recep- tion by the members of the church last Friday evening in the Fellowship Hall, which was decorated in autumn flowers and colors. The special cake was baked and decorated by Belva Betz and held the inscription of the minister on an open Bible. Miss Betz cut and served the cake, and Mrs. Jim Grier and i Mrs. Stanley Hendricks served coffee, tea and punch. A large 'attendance was present. IISHOWERS HELD Mrs. David Danielson (Jean Kerr) was guest of honor for a number of pre-nuptial show- ers in September. Mrs. Gordon Budke and Mrs. Mike Williams entertained with a miscellan- eous shower for 20 of her classmates. Mrs. Mark Rat- cliffe entertained Sept. 12 at her home for 40 guests, with miscellaneous gifts presented from a pink net covered table centered with a rose tree and candles. International Education De- partment will meet next Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. K. W. Larrison, in a changed meeting, for the showing of slides and program on the 49th state, Alaska, by Mrs. Louie Falk. The meeting of last week was a potluck luncheon at the home of Mrs. M. S. Jones, with Mrs. A. B. Cutting assisting hostess and presenting the program fea- ture. A round robin review was given on summer travels by 16 present. Three associate members were guests, and pro- spective members are invited to attend. Mrs. Obed Williamson is Luembership chairman of Tili- cum and should be contacted by interested women and members on the visitations to join. This is an objective of the northeast district exten- sion program Christian Church board of directors will meet in the church Tuesday evening TILICUM MUSEUM OPEN ON REQUEST Tilicum Club Historical Mu- seum, located in the junior high building, is open on re- quest to all interested per- sons, and groups are wel- comed. Mrs. A. B. Cutting, chairman of the committee, may be contacted for visits. Others on the standing com- mittee are Mrs. J. S. Lane, Mrs. Elmer Luiten, Mrs. MilD Ball and Mrs. John Van Brunt. Committee members from the community are W. Ed Betz, L. E. Zimmerman and John Van runt. The committee wishes to ob- i tain an old oxen yoke, horse shoez and oxen shoes, guns. photos and historical items of the community. Items already on hand are dated as far back as 1875, and 400 items are catalogued and recorded at the museum. THANK YOU I want to thank my friends and neighbors for the llelp and messages of cheer I re- ceived at the time of my acci- dent. Clarke Merriman s28p (Paid Advertising) 00hoppinU in (:heney With Ruth In order for this column to "WELCOME, FIREMEN! AnY hour," says Chris .... Just remember.., whether or not you feel like shopping . . Cheney merchants are at their stands in all kinds of weather with all kinds of ser- vices . . . and they do appre- ciate your patronage. After all, they're our neighbors and they have to eat, too. PETE THE PAINTER says, "Get your redecorating order in early the holidays aren't tha! far away!" Estimates on paint jobs, large or small. Sug" gestions and assistance with floor covering and counter top problems. BE 5-6521. ICE that has nothing to do with the weather Beautiluz EISENBERG ICE pins, neck" laces and earrings IOW at i SMITH JEWELERS. 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