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Page 4 Cheney Free sS -r;,,,,, n ........... - A TOAST--Mr. and Mrs. David Showalter were united in mar- riage in the Co[ville Church of God with the Rev. Ronald Swanson performing the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dee McKern of Rice. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Showalter. Diane Gall McKern And David Showalter Wed August 28 Candelabras .and baskets of yelnv and white ghdioi tied with white sation bows decor- ated the C01vJle Church of &amp;od far the Atgttst 28th wed- ,of Diane Coil McKern arid David Showter. ' The bride is the daughter of Mr..and MTs. Dee MeKer of lee aad the brid,egao is the son of My. arid Mrs. John Slumr of Cheney. The lev. Renard Swaasen perJoemed the dou, bCe rfng m] and music wa's played by Mrs. ,Fak Smith of Oeh&l&e with .Miss Barbara Clmpman of Kmm,ck sing- ing '"Tell Me Wy" arid the "Ird's Prayer." Given in mai, by her father, the brd wore a gown[ of aee ,and .lffeta., The 1ace[ bodive lind ,a scalloped sbrtna ] rcldire etched vi sequins a,nd pearls arm had ong point- ed s&eeve. The bouffant skirt had a r,'n,gote effect m fnt ca ug .up with a pe hew. The back, which swept grace- fury ito a elpel train, was with a wide fev and ws accented wi&h ave edig. She carried a caloai. bouquet of white oees aad sha crnaons decoted wi stroanm of Wlte sai tied with elte rose buds. Her veil vs silk illusion net hem in paee by a crown of pears. Mrs. Vicki Oeue of Rice s matron of .honor. Lid lcLm'e of Vancouver and Ka01 Bannon of Ortizg wove bridesnmkts. They vre yel- low  floor lergth Sheaths vh F_,mIRre wat4es av.d cried  ,of yel1ew os, forget,me-nots a,nl daisies. Deamis MeKera,  blxh- er <ff e bride, was best man. Ushers were Denn ml Don- ald Pool of Oheney, Tm Mc- Kern, brother of the bride, and Herbert Hinnan ,of Pu- lrpa Ctemon was iw- r gi arid cadle ligates wece Jtmuita ,.'and Cls - ows, ,niece and ehew of the bride. M. Sorry Ounun of Fort Lew ws in clmrge of the guest book. Assisting at the Im'nch bowl ere Mrs. De 'ns He:fl4e a.nd M. Roy Hele. Pattrg cof- fee were Miss E.len as, en of S1)okane a.rd Mrs. Ton Pet- es. At the gift table were Mrs. Heabert Iinma, Miss Jeme I-Iaghmd ad iss Edith Carey. 1he bride is a 1962 grad- uae of Kettle Fa,ls high school, atterded two yeas at W,aigtan State Uverity [IL.tCUM NEWS The Ticum .club wii hId depa.rtmenta,l meetin,gs, with After,0on Literary on Oct. 14 at the home of Mrs. Hazel Can- fi,eld at Davenport, for a hmheon meeting; American Home on Tuesday evening, OCt. 19, at the home ai Ms. E. L. Martlett, th Mrs. E'mer l,uitn asssitng; Evenirg Lit- eray delartment on Tuesay evening, O. 5, t the home of Mrs. Sam Bra.ten wth Rev George Alden as guest ]e,ak- er; Handicraft dpartment at the home of Mrs. Wived Beard, .for a craft project an swans and Internatiorm] Ed- vca.lion department at the home of Mrs. A. B. Cutting, Oct. 7 at 1:30 p. m. The general membewship meet',m,g of the Tflicum wom- ens Club wa.s held Monday eve- nirg wth Atex Rajah, winer of the Udted Nations pIgri- ma,ge trip, as gueLt speaker. He gave a lecttrre of his tour and aso showed stides of the hi,ffh&ights of his fzip. A nmmovial seholrshSp ean in memory of Ace Btha- nan; dmrtex member and early club esctet, was received in the funds for futurehigh school scships. Mrs. J. S. Lae was voted the 75th armAversary 0ed v,xma ,from Tilicum arid wffi attemtd the meeting at Tekoa n Satuvdy. CLUB NEWS LEGION AUXILIARY The Igion Auxiliary will hokt a regular meetin Wed- nesday, Oct. 13, , 7:30 p. m. in the Legion hall. Mrs. Fred Hoyt, new president, wil pre- side.. JOB'S DAUGHTERS Bethel 17 Of Jbb's Iaght- ers witl htd a reguhr mee- ing Oct. 12 at 7:30 p. m. ., the Masonic Temple. This is a- soc niglt and ,a,l I wi be ovred guests. I-Imred len Anne Sorn will preside. Reports  be nmde on the amm cady sale wch began lt week ad will be in pvogss during the mortth. Refreslmens wi con- chd the evening. REEKAHS Eight Rebela lodge mem- bers ttended the Distrivt h,ol of irmtructits Oct. 2 in the Spokane 1OOR Temple. The ,all day sessions  the exemiflifclon of vititi vork and Cheney put o the Obliga, tion ceremony with Mrs. Nea Oonley as leader. MARTHA OES ka chapter, OES will hoM n uction ale of Hay and is presently a h.c n00a:lv00 we: (p, jelly, vege- ,ovm m English edcuon altabes j' " g" ' " '  , , ruits, oady, etc.) EWSC. " d ' ,,buuglt by membe. The room s a 1962 gra o to g ' , . 1-1will  the Baern Star uate of Lament igh tmo., ] nuvg .lmme near Bothe far attended WSU _Lwo Yea. a'lhntScaping projects. Retes- alo presenly a semor ailments i n the lmrvest theme EWSC m, ajoving in Bsiness i1 conclude the evening. Admntration. "lhe couple honeymomed at Ocier National Park and ave 1realy making their ,]lome in Cheney. Patricia Visby To Wed D. Johnson Mr. and M. A. G. Visby, Medk Lake. ameame, the engagemeut of their dmghtr, PriCia Louise, to Davkl Noel Johns0e, n of My. and Mrs. F. M.J. Miss Visby, ,a 1962 grade,ate of L-n'o hi,gh school, is a pr*hg denta.1 .hygienist in Seattle. Mr. Johnson, a 1962 C,hemey high s'ool grade, is empobred at Booings in e- atfle. A I)ecmber 4th g is pllmed. LAKEVIEW SEWING CLUB Tim Lakeview sewirg climb wifl hohl a potluck }udeon at noon on We'desdy, Oct. 13, at the ,home of Mrs. FAer Tiedt. Members and guests wffl attend. GUESTS AT FISH HOME :Mx. and Ms. Baxl  en- tertained at dirmer Fiday rght for Mr. aad Mrs. Janes Crawtord and his siter, Mm. O.ta Aen from Californ  ad Mrs. Louvila VCakefield of Alaska. Sunday tors were B] Wakefield fom Alas- k ,and his son, Ron, of Pa- louse. Mr. and rs. Porter Paker spe Su,nhy ,afternoon on a tour of Ttrrnbu game recipe. lWoman's Relief Lorps To 00esume Meetings The Genreral Ge,ocge Wright Woman's Relief Corps, Auxil- iary to the Orand Army of the Ae?ublic, will hold its first meeting of the fall Saturday :t 1 p. m. in the American Le- gio,n troll with Mrs. W. L. Mc- l;Ayre presiding. The president of the depart- men,t of Wastington and Alas- ka, rs. R. E. Erdman, Spo- tane, wt make ,her offici, zl visit. Mrs. Verl Hul, Coos Bay, Ore., wll be installed as Na- tional Semor Aide by Ms. G. J. Heglar, recently elected as N, ational President at the N- 0,on,a1 onvention led tn Miami, Ha. Mrs. He, and Mrs. Erdman were two of 10 delegatesWho attended the N:ation,anl Convention from W'aShngton. CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN REGIONAL ASSEMBLY The n'orthwest regioaal as- sembly of the intern'atonl conve'ni,on of Chris,tan chur- ches, to be held at the RMpath hotel in Spokane, Sunday, Oct. 10 to Tuesffay, Oct. 12, wi] bring together churchmen of four tate,s for discussion with nation,a,l leaders. About great issues confronting our church- es: Ache.vement of Decade Coals, Restructtwe f our Broflvbood, Conversations on Unity. Register today with Jim Blackshaw. Members of the Cheney Sev- enth-day Adveatist church .heard H. M. S. Ri, chards, Voice of lophecy raio speaker, in person Tuesy night at the A,dverrtist CemLrl Cltrh in poka'e. Mr. Rizherd& 4edicated to rao mimstry for the past 35 years, is .heard weetvly, coast to coast, over tw networks a,nd scores of indepen@ont s- titans in North Ame,ca. Local sVation is KGA, 9:30 a. m. Sun- days. EPISCOPAL St. Paul s EpiscoPal elurch will hoId the annu Harvest Festival potluck dimmr Oct. 23 in the .city ha'll. Members ad families are attondin,g. Fo1lxghg will be the anul l meeting  reports, Rev. W&-ffield Hubbard ,is in tlherge. METHODIST The WSC women of the Metodigt ehmxh will meet "leeay, Oct. 12, in the cMleh far 1:30 dessert, fol- lowed by the ,brininess meeting. The dates for the nn,ua] rm- nmge sae ha.s been set far Oct. 31 to Nov. 6 in e Legion hal]. Pl'as will be discussed for the pieku,p al ma'anging of clothing, househoM tems, furniture, angering vecm'ved, wlhiCh  be. done the first two days, of . Mrs. Francis Kueh wi preside; Mrs. J. Van Bnmt has charge of de- form, ad Mrs. J. W. Ca.rr has elae of the de,sort. Rev. Havd Pints al John Vn Bunt attended the Camp Twiow committee of the etfodist clmrvhes of tpe dis- trict in Spolane YYid,ay. Pas for upkeep ad  next sea- son were made. MR. AND MRS. HAROLD FLOYD PENDELL were united in marriage Sept. 25 in the Cheney Methodist Church with the Rev. Howard Pitts officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weber of Route 3, Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Har- old B. Pendell of Route 2, Cheney are the bridegroom's par- ents. They will make their home in Seattle. LOIS WEBER HAROLD PENDELL WED SEPT. 25 Cheney Methodist Church w,as te setti for the wed- ding of Miss Lois Weber, the daughter fo Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ry Webec, arid Harold F. Pen- deft, on Satu4ay, Sep,t. 25, at 7:30 p. m. Tall baskets of yel- low ,and white ,glads decorated the church. The Rev. H. Pits perfrned the candle light, d,oble ing ceremony in the presezee of 200 reIatives and friends. The bride, given in marriage by ,her brother, Wayne, wore a white gown of silk organza over taffeta, faslbioned in .lri,n- cess style with a ch'ap train. Long sleeve,s arid a boat neck- with desigrs of seqtms and pearls the gown. The s&ouMer egh il- lusion veil was ,attached to a pea.ri crown, ad she carried a White orehM set in wite cap,nations. Attending the bride were Ms. Jame.Giek, matron o honor; Nan (3a.rroU arid Na- ey'Deitz as bridesmaids. Lor- erm Glick, niece of the bride, was the flower girl. Best 'man wa,s David John- son. Ushering were Jim Hum- presr ad Don Muzatko. Ket aml Ross S4rag1and, nephews of the gom, were candle- li.ghters. A reception followed in the city hal ,atrditorum with Mrs Gl'ensmn arid Charley Madi- so potwing coffee. ois awd Harok ave both rdates of CHS. 8e has been a secretary in Spokane whie he has been attendin EWS and wer at Boeing Aiffines in SlVokane. They pan to make their home in Spokane fl,lowing theSr imney- moo1"l. HIGH SCHOOL The Cheney high school PTA will meet Wede'sy eve- ixg Oct. 13. at 8 p. m. in the high school auditoium. This first meeting will fea. ture an intvodtction of faculty members and " To School Night." A1] parents arrd inter- ested pevns are urged to at- tea& Any ,adult interesCed in chaperoning on "rooter buses" to ga, mes away from bome are urgod to contact ctmck Shep- ard, high school PTA pem- den Rietz md lary Anne Brooks were elected eheer- teade &r the Jmor VarsiCy WIN PLACE IN CONTEST Nell Owen wa a member of the Cotmty 4-H dairy cattle judging team which placed 13th n the judgirg contest tmld at the Washington State YlaJir at Puyaup zecently. The nmnbers earned phces on the county team by their consist- ently high scores at vaions ,dairy judging events. CARD OF THANKS AI of ts are most apprecia- five of the mny kindaesses, gfts and flowers rteived from our many friends during our recent bereavement. Ethel B. Small Donald B. SmaU a.mily The H. K. Hossom family o8p te,m at Betz school. CLUB CAMPED Pathfincter Oiub mem,bers o.f the heney Seventh-dlay Ad- ventist clmrch enjoyed a, over-rdht camping out last Saturday in a nearby witde,r- nes area. Me,rill Brown. director ef the newly formed local ub, said. it ws a part of 1600 oth- er such clubs organized avoand the world by Seventh- day Adventists to channel the energies o boys and grs i,no worth-while projects. The lat]ffind:er CIub world mem- bership is more tlmn 37,000, Brown sated. The Cheney Pathfinder-dub meets on .Sundays, 1-3 p. m. at the Brown's country hme. Mrs. Brown ,a.nd Lester Gray are counselors. All boys and girls from 10-15 years may vsit the cl,ub and join if im tereed. WILL ATTEND WORKSHOP .Dr. Geoi'ge J. Iabat, EWSC dean Of faculty, wi attend a two<lay workshop o the Pece Corps in San Fnrisco Ths,d.:.ard Friday. NEW RESIDENTS, New residents in Cheney .are Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Utfr, who ,are malng their hom'e  'at 121 Second street. the former Mobs home recent- ly purclmsed by Jolt Ham from Witlian Tlomas. Mrs. Uter ix a dughtex 'of Mr. and Mrs. Janes Shwson. Utter wil be ,associated with the Cheney To]epic,no (ompany owned by Shwson. ' V-Day Values Start Next Friday, 15th Tremendous Values Cheney D ept Store NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. D. G. Jcrue who h,as pent the past month on an extensive tour of eastern Can- ada, New York, Washington, D. C. and the middle west, ex- pects to arrive home Mo,nday. Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball left Wednesday to spend a week in Everett, with their son a.d family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ball. Mrs. Id'a Ham who recently spent a few weeks in a Sgo- tan,e hospital, is recovering nicely in the Cheney Nursing Home. Mllt Kelley, who spent a week in a Spokane bos'pital, with .a heart ailment, is recup- c,rating in, the Cheney Nrsing Home. Mrs. Wlsan Cree is spend- ing the month in Se,attte wth her daughter, Evelyn, and family. Mrs. Grover Chambers en- tertain,old with a lucheo,n Friday for Mrs. W. E. Garner of Olympia, Mrs. Elmer Lui- ten and Mrs. Jhn Van Brunt. The ,aftecn, oon was spent dis- cussing button cllecting as a h.obby. Mrs. Chris Betz, who has bcen in Deaconess haslit'a'l for treatments, is now t the home of her ,sister Mrs. R. O. Ellis in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Roy&a1 Con- ley, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Con,ley were Sunday dinner guests of their sister, Mrs. Louise Pitts, in Span,pie. Mrs. J. W. Carr ,and Mrs. George Brown attended the of the Nile lunch- eon meeting in the Spokane Masonic Temple Oct. 4. Cere- monials with chorus and pa- trol drills were part of the busin'e meeting. Mrs. A. B. Cutti'ng ad mem- bers .of the Cheney br,'h of Cancer Society, Inc., attended the monthly board meeting of Spokane Unit of American Cancer in the Rid,path Arcade rooms Oct. 5. A noon lunch- con preceded the busi,aess m,ee,ting with William S. But- eux presiding. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. B,wer entevtai, ned as house guests from ghoemx, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Russelq Draper over t'he weekend. The la.dies are sis- Connie Heinemann Benefit Fund Started By Friends Benefit Pund tickets are on sate in the commun4ty to hetp the John Heinemann family with the expenses incuTred over the past months when their daughter, Connie, h,ad been so ill with cystic i.bro- sis. Anyone wanting to buy or sell tickets please conVact Mrs. Dean Shiliam RI 7-7922 or Mrs. George Shaffer MA 4- 6178. A homemade hake sale of cakes, pe,s, cookies and fresh home made olis, will be held .a],ong with the PTO meetin Oct. 11 at 7:30. All proceeds ill be given to the John Hei.nemann family. Everyone is welcome. Slides wi{1 be shaw by Mr. and Mrs. Wim.ev Siegert on eir recent trip to Europe. ters and former EWSC. A tour was Mt. Spokane, Medical and the game refuge. Mx Mrs. Drape are at tle of her mother, Mrs. J. E. chester, in Alnfira tbds Rehabilitation i Center To Have Open House qhe Spokane Center is extending an ton to the public to an hause Sunday, Oct. i0, i to 5 p. m. at North Hemlock. R'obert IIutsell, aid there would be the building, han,dicrMt plays, Brae writing strations, rofreshments free p.arking. Hutsell explained get to the Center you north off Northwest [ yard across from the Savings Bank and go 3128 Hemlock. HOT LUNCH MENU The school lunch the week of Oct. 11 35th will be as follows: Mo,nday -- Browned burger in gravy, tatoes, green beans, wagon bread, ice cream. Tuesday -- Italian ti with meat balls, green salad, chiRed buttered bun., French buttered carrot tied ruit. Thursday -- Chili, cel, ery sticks, maple prtesla,u c e. Friday -- No school! WATCH YOUR An adult, according oM joke, is a person step,pod growing at bat and just grows around die. To too many has rever beren a their pro,Mem. I If you are one of 000,000 unfortunate cans, your physici.'an pharmacist may be frierds than your wig Consider: In the years, a whole new pharmaceutical been devised to aid weight maa or woman. Consider: Your weight may n'ot be tied Co overeting. diton may m, azk far ious conditions Oonsid,er: Your your best source of and advice. Following doctor's p,he'mac:t can phamaceutiel your p,roblem. Maybe way to whittle your to use you head. no joke, either. BE 5-6348 W.H. 1965 Artists Series ' /:!, Dorothy Warenskjold lyric sop Star of Opera, Recital, Television, Soloist with Orchestra and Capitol Individual' Adm. Adults $1.50, Children 75 Eastern Washington State College Wednesday, Oct. 13 - Showalter Auditorium - 8:15