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lae 4 Cheney Flee Press Friday, October 1, 1965 NEWLYWEDS---Miss Judy Fromm of Spokane and Thomas Philip Plotts USSN exchanged wedding vows Aug. 28  in the Emmanuel Presbyterian church in Spokane. He is the son of M=;. and Mrs. R. M. Plotts of Edwall&apos;. JUDY FROMM BR! DE OF THOMAS PLOTTS .Miss Judy Fromm of Spo- krone, daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. -omm, Clmwela, h, ad T/toan Phihp Ptotts, USN, Myport, Fla., were married Aug. 28, at Emmanuel ,Ires, byteriml chtreh in Spokane with the Rev. RiChax Red- t2eld .peormmg the cere- mony. Tim bride chose a  of silk ced tffeta peau nd ra fia ,hce. The , bodice was designed with a lrtrait neck- line and dior sleeves. A pleat- ed cumbevbmd circled the wraP, accented by a setfbaw and streemers. The A-li std wept gracefully into a cr00pea tram. M. Nsseck, sister of the be, was matron of lm; Mrs. K. W'ERams, Davenport, Miss Shamon Rlmrds, Slmlae, were bride; Mess D'ma'ta Simeck, mere (ff the brkle, was iower girl; and ICay v&ismk, nephew of the be, was the  bearer. Best man was Tqn ttxinm F_Awall; Do W'iRtaws, Daven- port, Bb Moe, Oheaey, and Dem Feiss, Reavd were s. Pbea-t Potts, beother of the groom was the satodst. Fblmang tam ,honeymoon the groom, son f Mr. and Mrs. of Edatl, will return to ls stetin aboard the USS Saratoga. His bride will join ,him in Kigsvine, Texas. Bob Spencer To Wed Marcia Lee Cronrath Mss Merits Lee Cnrath and lbert Wesley Spencer WB be united in marviag Sat- urdy, Oct. 9, at 4 o'oek in the NerChwood Pres--.an chtwch in Spokane. tiss Cronath, dau, of Mr. mad Mrs. Ray A. Cixmvath of Spokane, is a legal m Spokane. Both of her par- ens are alumati of EWSC and /r. Oon.rath ws predet o the Mumm em'n the past year. Spencer, son of Mr. and ls. Wesley R. Spece of Olympia, s a oeaior majoring m  Service at EWSC. He ettnded te ,local sctmels graduating from Cheney ,hdgh sclml in 1960. The Wesley Spencer" aniy made their 'home in Omaey nil 1960 when he was tmns- ,-rmd to Onp'm. Spencer was manager of the Southwest Spole Cuny Sail Conser- vat,on office in Choney tbr sevea years. RESUMES TEACHING ffx.  Mms. Wmren W. GoNswell ad  c2fi]flren DeMie,  and Gregory, re- ttmed to their tmme at White Salmon at2er spending the summer with lis perches, Mr. al Ms. Jack G.  at . Warren Oogswetl, a in the White Stanza sohOos, attended EWSC and led with ,the hmwesting on his 's farm. WESTERMANS ENTERTAIN Sardy  gtms at the Vvea W eterman home we her mothea" and ,father, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Nevin of Ska, Mrs. Westevman's grandmother, Mrs. Nat Oim- of Omak, and his m(>ther Mxs. Derge Westerm of Spolme. g dinner ll attemled the ,auction le here in C2aeney. McCall-Orlob Wedding Date Set Mr. nd Mrs. Ken,neth L. McCall announee the forth- conin,g marriage of their datghter, Lois Charnelle, to Milton E. O,rlob, son of Mrs. Ll)yd D. Martin and the late Dr. WiRam J. Orlob. The wedding will take pilate on N>v. 13' at the United Chuzxh of Cl.trist. HOT LUNCH MENU The lunch menu for the fol- owhng week, Oct. 4 to Oct. 8, will be as foIaws: onday: Split pea soup, eel- ery with peanut-butter, vege- table tray, rolled wheat olls fresh ,fruit. Tuesday: Fostod meat loaf, beown gravy, green bean, apple slices, cffee Cake. WOdilesday: Surprise bugers, baked squaMa, WaMorf salad, cheery pie. Thursday: Barbe- cued beef, fluffy rice, oazat and celery sticks, corbrea .aisle crunch. Friday, Tuna no)e casserole, beets in hoey a,uce, tossed sa'd, din- ner vo1's, grapes. Mrs. Bergloff Is Honored At Shower Mrs. Richard Berlof of SIokane was Imrmved o;t a stork slmwer Stmday, Sept. 19, at the lmme of Mrs. Robe Veuglm. Mrs. W. L. Mcyre was co-hostess. Pink and White fell flvers 'and a large white stork ad eades deemd the table. The foll'owi!M[ wewe presem: Ms. Allce Nbl, Mrs. Stun Hteh, Mrs. Minta Lokkel Mrs. lthel Otmpe, Mrs. Amik Champe, Mrs. Keadriek, Mrs. 5eraT Hdso Mrs. Jim Hedge, Mrs. Norman Hove, Mrs. F.N. Lefebvre, Mrs. Waler Bevglf, of Che- ney. After.cling from Spokane were ,. Jin} Adm .Miss Iin A ,dares, Mrs. Pat Ha and son Kirk, .arid Mrs. Rich- arcl Begtoff. AY.te.r the refreshments were served Mrs. Ill,hard Bevgloff wa presented with  vChite bassi,net fid with baby #fts. Mrs. Bevoff's lmsbartd t- EWSC a a sophemoe. EPISCOPAL Members of St. Timothy Episcopal c,lmxCh held their `firs po*hk dirmer in the city Momtay, Sept. 27, with a large attedanve and mmly guests welcomed .by Rev. W. Hubhaed. Oct. 3 a church class wil be contmted dm'in church hor. St. Timothy's womens gild will 'meet Oct. 4 at 7:30 p. m. at  home of . Caroline Kuetme in 1Wedial Lake. St. P,al's 1 c'lmrch in Ceney, beld the first fail meethg at the hoe of Mrs. H. Kass. Election of officers was held, wi`th Mrs. Ken Swed- berg, posident; Mrs. Phert Jones, wlce priden; M. Rond Hess, secretary-treasur- er. It ws phoned th dur. ing Oetber the cen,Er is to bring good used clothing for the World Service over- seas s,pemenl. Mr. md M. Ditten have recently enjoyed the visit of their aughter and her family, Mr. and M2s. Lyle Morehuse. The grandehilda-en spent two full weeks with their grand- parents wtdle their parents i went on hunirg excursions. "llhe Moreouse family return- ed to their Renten home Sun- day. Mrs. Louthan Hosts "Gleanings by Gail" Alpha Delta Kappa ........ VISITING IN OKLAHOMA Henry, who rs also back at the ivirs. J.Olm r'. iouman was .. . ...... ., ivlrs tvzarlon ii burecK re- University is finishing his fin- Lostess for the Saturday lunch- . ; , ; . eon meetin- of the Alha rnea fast b unaay evening al year of Dental School bc- , , v , " ",  " " fore his graduation in June. ,,,,a., ...... ,.,, ,-,,, ,z, after spen.dlng ft,e w,:,ks with kit iJL{J:I o zxiltet HlLd .[X:dl,pd, , . .. , net motner, ivlrs J W Rodkay mtevmatrenal honorary teach- , ," .... ..................... wo Is a resment of Edmond, , . uIxLa- During Mrs u, rDe,cK's New o,fheers are Ms. M. , . .... .... , .... m,__,t ......... ,:.,_. l tIp $71c also visited n.e.r Ol-Oil-   , .,,,.___ _ : ....... i er, Jonn lVl=ore, of that sane wtS. . . rlOm:tay vtuu preb-t ,. c]ly ident; MiJs Josephine Benner l _; ........ treasurer Miss Helen McCoy i , mme urec ,'no z s tne ' ..... A; ....... . . n#' ^_ (laughter ,o,t Mr an,o Mrs Mar- niPo nrm oarrran,dinc ,oe ,o,n Surbeek tas JUSt fl:nlshed :retary; Mrs. Eraest G. Ander-If/rang her September e xper- 'son sergeant 'at arms Mrs mn.ee at the b'ampu,s scnoo, .... ::L_ ^,.^_,_, ', arm le,ft l,a,t Fricay to return bouthJta Sconu Chaplain. I '.' Re*ort were made o- ,h, to the Umvers!tty o.f Was:hmg- ip*oration,l cmvoqicm"  [ton to e'emplete her sezfior "- - .................. l year. She is a member of Ch Seattle. The annual fall fesiva,10mega so,rority. Their sn, dance, :sponsored by Empire t eo of Independent Order of Foresters, will be .held on Oct. 1 in Empire ballroo,m o.f Rid- path, .at which time 25 year pins will be awarded and a buffet .supper served, i ! NEWS BRIEFS Spokane County Cowbe!les held a noon luncheon last week at Cheney Fireside res- tammnt with 12 members pre,s- ent. Mrs. Russell Hoopinffar- ner, wesident, conducted the bu,siness meeting, to tlan the ,ctivities for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Berg- loff, of Spokane, were week- end ,* guests at the home of his parents, Mr. ,aId Mrs. Wlter BergIoff. Richard is attending cllege at EWSC and is em- pteyed at the Northtewn Bar- ber shop. Jerry Bergloff, formerly of Spokane, recently moved t) Seatle. He is teaching in the S horene School .district at the C'omwel Park School. In ad- dition to teaching in the ele- men*ary grade there he is ill elarge of the after-sch,ool physical progran ad coach- trig. He  organizing a new sci.ertee department and will serve as science coordinator al director , he science fairs ad exlibits. Jerry is the son of M. and Mrs. Waiter Bergtof`f. Mr. and Mrs. Kem,eh Con- ley spent Su6ay in Spokeue with Mrs. Aria Griffith and her dauNhr, Miss Reta Gffith. Mrs. L. W. Albertson fom Portlmad spent the weelnd in Cheney arid was a h(mse [guest *of Mr. and Mrs. Jmes Blae ,ksaw. Mr. and Mrs. Jmes Back- shaw visited their da,ughter Ruth, wire is in nurses train- ing at Deaconess, on Sunday. T,y tlen went to Greenacres ,to cll on Mrs. Blacks's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cox. Mr. arid Mrs. Clark Merri- ma spent the past 10 .days,,, in Cafa, Where Ms 85 year old brother uderwent sur- gery. Mr. ad Mrs. C. W. Alexan- de.r entertained as Sunday af- temmon guests, Mr. altd Mrs. Ry Lotte. The DWYC ub of the Re- belaths hem a potluck lunch- eon Wednesday, Set. 22, at the ,lmme of Mrs. F. N. Le- febvre, with Mrs. Ea Pres- nl assisting. The business meeting wlch taHgwed in, clled the etecti,on of new of. fiver, wire are Mrs. Sd Lar- son, presidert; Miss Flveeel Rue, vice president; Mrs. El- mer Tiedt, secretary-treasurer. lans were made to hem new lumh cl/0hs for the lebekh lVdg. Mrs. W. Edward Garne has been spending fl week at: her hm,e in Cheney. She vi Red tw sisters, Mrs. Martha Warrington, Spokane, and Mrs. Ted Freeman of Oheey. She  return to Olympia this weekend. Miss Buth Be{ll as entered the University of Wn and is syig in Haggt Hall on amus. Her peven,ts, Dr. mad Mrs. Raymond Dell, took her to Seattle Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dea Swegle took their  Steve to Seattle last week Where he is rr- ed "m the University of Wash- }ngn. They were guests of Mr. and Ms. William lIOn- ley at Lynnwood a few days before eom,ing home. Mr. ,md Mrs. Dean Swegle entertahmd with a family din- nor in honor of the son Steve, before ,he left for Se- attle. Guests included his grand Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mittell. .Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Braver en- teallaed as Sunday guests his bother and wife, Mr. ad Mrs. Lym] Bower of Spolne. On Mcly they went to Lake IZend Oreflle. Mrs. Catherine Walker re turned from a two weeks visit in Beilevue with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Walker. She had joined theln in Canada earlier far a vaca- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Outtin,g, Seattle, Mrs. Rose Rohvev, Three Forks, Mont., were Men- day visitors of Mrs. A. B. Cut, ling. Mrs. Marion Bair is pnding a few days on the cost this week visiting .her sen ,and wife, Mr. ,and Mrs. Jim Bir, at Marysville mad a son4n-law Mrs. Harvey MacOuarrie BRIDE. Miss Lynda Diane Arn- old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Arnold became the bride of Harvey Bruce Ma- Quarrie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don MacQuarrie, Sept. 18 in the Marshall Community church. LODGE N EWS larha Chapter OE pve,sent- e d Dr. Lloyd VadeBerg in a shvi,ng o'f colored slides on Beaues .of  Pacific. An auction harvest salve of vege- tables, uits, jells a, nd baked foods was plmm,ed by the committee or the OES nrs- g home project. The sate i's, after the meeting Monday, Oct. 11 in the ha,ll. An old time singing bee attd program will be /blloing. The past matrons of OES hem a di ,ner meeting Wed- nsdy eyeing, St. 29. Mrs. Lkyd VartdeBerg ws the guest 0(ya, kor. Mrs. I-ImaT Iampto .ean presided f, or the business meetin,g. B,hel 17 of Job's Daughters held the anml Father-Daugh- ter bnqtiet on Tuesday eve- ning. Horored queen Anne alMoral was ia charge and the fathers were weighed in before dinner with a clmrge f a penny Per pend. Entetai'n- merit  a skit by Ane Sahl- born, t,t Hair, Jil Lanbert and Jennifer Jordan. Iniatin degrees were cen- ferrel on Debbie Reed, Jill Dehl n'd Susan Mercer. Rebekh od,ge will lmld a rear meeting Oct. 6 in the IOOF ha. lojeets committee w relort .arid plans will be made for visitation mee.tin, gs. CHURCH NEWS METHODIST The MethoOist church WSCS hem a meeng Tuesday. Mrs. L05M VuneBerg ws ,gxtest speaker. She old of tlm re she observed whie there hst ligioa and churches in Hawaii, year. Mrs. lancis Kueld, vice ,reNdev, t, preded and pve- sen.ted the study toie  the year, "Living in Such ,an Age," distributed the year books and vansacted routine besfirms. She a reported on the school ,of Missions, she attend. ed in Tacrrm. Mrs. J. S. Lane gave dvtions, afftd desse was seed by Mrs. J. M. Green, Mrs. Olive Sww1e and Mrs. Flta Rufer. BAPTIST The Baptist church women, vrWared into a society, Wed- ! nesday t  home of  pas. tor d wife, Mr. and Mrs. Amik e. Mrs. W. R. Bergl<f was in charge of the p.ragram arid presented a mis- sionary speaker on the Oient. CftRISTIAN There  be a Oheney Christi hoard meeting Oct. 5, at 7:30 in the ian Chuh. The Chrilian men's Fel- lowship meetig will be hel Oct. 7, at 7:30 in the Jim Church__ well ,hme. ,and daushtev, Mr. aad Ms. Start Burklmlter, in Bell&ng-|.i.n,a ham. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lane en- tevtAned their da$hter family, Mr. arid Mrs. Dan De- Witt of Stmlne. Mr..arm Mrs. Jesse White and a'mily aad Mrs. Mary eagl spr;t a day recently tourhtg the Dry Fa11 and Grand CovJee Dam area. Mr. and Mrs. Harry King end sons, Opportunity, spent Sutday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball. !FOOTBALL SEASON AHEAD Yeh, Yeh[ It's football sea- son ,again! Football fans are anxiously awaithg the coiorful sea,son ahead. Chene,yites are cheering on the h'cme re,ares, high school ,and eollge, and are traveling to other town,s to enjoy the sport Mr. and Mrs. M!oyd Martin and their daugh- ter, Sherrie, are avid football fares and zre plarming on at- tertding the Idaho, WSU foot- ball game next Saturday. After the game they will visit with Mr. Martin's brother and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Martin where they will be ove,rmht guests before returning home on Sunday. DENTAL MEETING HELD Cheney was well represent- ed at the meeting of the Den- tal Medicine Group wich was hld hst Tuesday evening in Spolane at the Ridpath Hotel. :Dr. Oscar Johnson, Dr. J,ames I Johnison, and Dr. Conrad Cox .attended from Cheney. Their I three dental assistants were present at the Dental Assist- anee Association meeting at I the Spekane_clb. tRS. STRONACH VISITS COAST S'rae Stromaeh had the j,oy of having her mother, Mrs. H. N. Stronach, visit her in Seattle last week. During her stay they enjoyed lunch at Se- attle's attractive ,arport where they e,ntertaired Mrs. Nor- wood Cu, nnin, gkam of Kent. Mrs. CumoAnham is well kn, ovn in Cheney as Ploreaee Burgudesr. Her husband is a I state representative end Mrs. Cu:rmin, gtmm assists hey hus- band politeally and is so a  teacher. Mrs. Stron, ach aCso vis- ited Mrs. Agnes Cline and Mr. and Mrs. John McOaum dur- in,g her visit. Mrs. Glen Con,ley, who is an- ether dauEhter of Mrs. Stren- aehs, is in Seattt at this time. Her .daughter, Peggy, ,has just completed the rush period at the University of WaMngton and has pledged Dela Delta Delta. Mrs. Conley with many other parents atterded the .open lmuse which a of the soearitles hold to inroduce their new pledges to parents and friends. SHRINE FASHION SHOW These are bu;sy and active days for Mrs. George Brow. Of interest is the wedding of Michael Martin of Wilbur and Miss Darlene Oertel which Mrs. Brown attended with Mr. and Mrs. N,o,l,n Brown and Mr. and Mrs ]Robert Brown. Mr. Martin is a cousin of No- lan and Bob Brown. Spending some thne in Che- ney is Miss Ludella Held who stopped to visit with Mrs. Brown. She is a fo+rmer EWSC student who had lived at the Brown home for two years during her college days. All women iove the thril.1 of looking at new styles and new ideas eormerning dress. As ,a member ,of the Oriental Shrie for Women, Mrs. Brawn will be attending the benefit style sh, ow and lunch- e,on whieh is sporsored by the I'Mhnthropie co,mmittee of tb!at orgamza,tion. It wilil be held in the lobby of the Dav- enport hotel this coming Wed- nesday, ,and what a gala affair it will be! The bright col.'ors of peacock feathers have been clasen to decorate the table,s and the lobby. Also the warm colors featured this fall in the c.othes will add zest to the oc- casion. MRS. MOHS ENTERTAINS What could be more fun on a beautiful Saturday night in September than having a four- some of bridge ,over for the evening? This is just what Mrs. Wifiiam Mobs did this p.mt weekend. A delightful dinner was served before ,an evening of bridge was enjoyed. PACIFIC COAST HAS MUCH BEAUTY The shores ,of the Pacific Ocean and parts of Canada are level7 sites to see this time Gf year as Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Jotm, son will tell you. W'hie in Carmda they spent some time on Vaconver I,sand where they enj.oyed l'ooking or oysters atog the beh, and then eating the delectable meat that they supplied. An exciting point of tle trip was the ferry trip from V'aeouver to Prt Angeles and Victoria. They then continued on to parts of Hood's Canal. The Johnsons ,hd the plesuze of spending weekend before last with Dr. and Mrs. Sames &)tin- son and fmfiy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rex WMker of Belllevue. waft. Their daughter, attended Hokulaini Sclool a first grader last year. course, she made many but there ws one special, tle girl. As a matter of she was Janie's next neighbor and she becme very close friend of Her name was Clare i The two little girls played gether often and sh,ared happy times. When it was o,r the VandeBergs to to the mainland, the two knew that they would each o,her very much. Clare's and Janie's parents eided tlmt it would be a opportunity and Iots for the girls if Clare back to Cheey with the deBergs. She did just that, is here now. Cl'are's father s an and is a state senator. Japanese ancestory, and this year be ,attending the grade at the Campus What a very large Clare has, for there are chillren in the family. At present time three of brothers are in shol on mainland. Strange ,as it may us, Clare has never see white stuff that we call er warn those wooly called mittens, and so very anxious for winter to rive. We all welcome he Ch.eney, and we hope her: here is as delightful ,as ble. IT'S A FEMALE It was n,ot planned this but last Wednesday night Lloyd Hollad,ay found tha| vas entertainirg for only". She had prepared ner for three female ad o,f course for Lloyd. spite of much uging Mr. lchy decided that no corm hold b_}s own femtales so ou mae,s, and so went to eat. This: was when the saying "It's a worM." just did, n't apply. , ! The general meetirg will be held city H Men,day, Oct. p. m. Mrs. Warren wll preside for 'the elect}on of to the N'orttmastern convention in Teka Fine Arts department ,hostess. Mrs. Jake Richardson press ,clippirtg scrap bo0 resentative from Tili.'cu, HAWAIIAN GIRL MAKING CHENEY HER HOME Dm, kng Dr. Lk)vd Van,de- Berg's leave of absence flx)m EWSC he and :his. f'amfly made 1 for the Wcrshington State Hon,Glu,lu, Hawaii their ,tmme levation of Womens for 14 months. Dr. VmdeBerg[Mrs. A. B. Cutting is tauwht at the University of Ha- I porter. 'Let Yourself Go' SEE New 1966 Models Furys ) Belvederes Valiants Bold Barracudas 2 BIG SHOW DAYS Thursday, Sept. 30th Friday, October I Come in for coffee & donuts, and a chance to win a new Imperial Chrysler or a Plymouth. At your Plymouth dealer Cheney Motor 1st & G St. Cheney, Wash.