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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, November 6, 1964 ,CH EN EY COUPLE WI LL ATTEND CHAMPAGNE BALL "An Evening ,of Elegance" is the theme chosen for the seventh annual Champagne Ball, to be held at the Daven-: port Itote! in Spokane this i evening. The formal party is the fall's most important social affair in Spokane and is open to the public. Each of the public rooms and the lobby will be transformed with red, white, and gold, the predomin,ating ccors for the ecent. The dif- ferent rooms, while following .he mare theme for continuity, will have their own individaal- J i.." The lobby is to be Peacock Court, the Marie Antoinette Room--La Maison des Plumes, the Isabella Room--La Pluma de Fpania, Hall of the Doges --L'Axzge Rouge, and the FAiza- betlaa Eoom--Cafe Victoria. Orches,ras will play in all rooms except the Hall of the Doges, where Chevalita will entertain at the pian,o. Beneficiary of the party this year will be the local chapter! of the Washington Association! for Rerded Children. The money is to be used for re- search and facilities for retarded child. Planning to attend from Cheney are Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Miehaeisen and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ratcliffe. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED--Karen Louise Strozyk, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Olav Gjerde, Seattle, and Richard Lloyd Lovell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd O. Lovell, Spokane, have an- nounced their engagement and plans for an early spring wed- ding. The groom-erect is a graduate of Cbeney High School. RICHARD L. LOVELL WI LL MARRY KAREN L. STROZYK OF SEATTLE Her fiance, a 1960 graduate of Cheney High School, attend- ed Columbia Basin Jumor Col- lege and Eastern Wa,shmon State College. Mr. Lovell ' rec- ently comlleted art Aviation Electrician's course at the Nav- al Air TeclA'cal T Ce- i ter in Jacksonville, Fla., here he was serving with the United States Coast Girard. He is nwv stationed t the Coast Guard Air Station in Miami, Fla. An early spring wedding is planned. The engagemert of Miss Kar- en Louise Strozyk, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ol'av Gjerde, 10309 Third Avenue North- west, Seattle to Mr. Riclrd Lloyd Lovell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 0. Lovel of Spo- kane. was recently a_ounced. The bride-elect graduated from IAneoin High School in 1961 and attended the Univex- sity of Washingbon.  is now employed by W,,gton Hos- pital Service AssocioJtion (Blue Cross). Grand Matron Will Visit Here Monday Mavtha Chapter, Order at Eastern Star, will hold a joint meeting with the Slangle Chapter on Mnday evening in the Cheney Masonic Temple for the official visit of the grand matron, Florence Mor- The wedding is lalanned for ris, and her officers. A potluck dinner at 6 p. m. late July. willi be served to honor th of.. Miss Cox graduated from fleers. Afterwards a reception Shadle Park High School in and entertainment will be held PATRICIA COX, TERRY GAMON BETROTHE D Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Cox of Spokane announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Miss Patcia Lee Cox, and Ralph Tez] Gamon, son of Dr. ond Mrs. W. A. Gamon. in the dining room. FORMER SPANGLE iRESIDENT WED IN CONNELL RITE Monty Zehm, son of Erwin C. Zhm, Spangle, and Mrs. Irene Sires, Spokane, and Vir- ginia Janosky, daughOer of Mrs. Beatrice J anosky, Con- nell, were married i a double ring ceremony held at the Mettmdist Church in Connefl Stmday afternoon. The bride wore a wte 1,ace gown and waist length veil and carried a bouquet of roses in fall color tones. Maid of boner was the bride's twin sister, Ursula. Mrs. Sandy Stalnaker (nee Sandy Zehm) was one of the bridesmaids. They wore dress- es of gold and carried bou- auets in fall colors. Larry Zvhm, brother of the groovn, was best man, ,having flown from Minneapolis for the event. Amqg the ushers were Alan Laytdl and a brother of the bride. Candleli.ghters and the flower girl were nieces of the bride. Tey were attired in ,gold colored dresses. A reception followed in the church parloa, s. The service was attended ,by a large num- ber of Spangle friends of the young couple. The bride is a 1962 fradtmte of Upper Columbia Academy, The groo is a, 1959 graduate spangle sehooz. . After a honeyoon trip me !couple will make their tmme in Cormell, where  zs .en- ployed by e Inlmul Empire Telephone Co. Cancer Society Meets At Spokane "l)he American C_er Socie- tv's Spokane unit held its m.othty ,board meeting last week. It was decided not. to hae the u6"ul mass showing of canter film in the comm..un- ities, but to stress educatmn on cancer with literature and urgent early detection of symp- toms. The Cheney branch was rep- resented at the meeting by Mrs. D. 3erue, Mrs. Irma Con- ley, Mrs. Mile Ball, Mrs. Stan Pierce, and the chairman., Mrs. A. B. Cutting, who may be can- ,tacted for any irfformation. 1962 and is a junior at Eastern Washington State College ma- joring in business education. She has a minor in journalism and has worked on "the "East- erner," a studen publication. This year she is editor  the Kinnikinick (college yearbook). @amos, who attended Ohe- ney pubhc schools, graduating from Chene High School in 1961, is a senior at EWSC. He is majoring in physical educa- tion ,and also has a minor in journalism. He is on the East- erner and Kinnikinick staffs and during the summer months ,he is a sports writer for the Free Press. TILICUM NEWS The general membership will meet Nov. 19 in the city hall th the state federation pres- ident, Mrs. Wayae Chasdin, as the honored guest and speak- or. She will be accompanied by state and district officers. The Intern atiorM Education department is the hstess group. Afternoon Literary depart- ment will meet Thursday t the home of . J. B. Richard- son for a pottck-T,,, uncheon. Mrs. Veo Small will present the program. American Home department will meet with Mrs. John Lo- tha Nov. 17. The program will he "Extend a Heping .,, Evening Literary depart- met will meet Nov. 17 at the Imme of ,Miss Florence true, with Mrs. Edith ,D2.s ivin the program on 'Otw English I-hndieraft dent will meet Tuesday e at the tmme 4 Mrs, F. N. Lefebvre. Duo-Piano Recital Scheduled Sunday Dr. James Edmonds, Fdaster Washington ,Sm Ck' as: sistant professor of music, . am Mrs. Jean Stevens, a armer nmmber of the EWSC music faculty, wit1 be pr-eted in a duo-piano recital Sunday after- zmn in Showalter Auditorium on the WSC  in Ce- nest. Sponsored by the-college's Division of Creative Arts and the Spokane chapter at the Wasngton State Music Edu- cators /Lseelation, the recital xd11 start at 3 p. m. Admission is free. CHURCH NEWS COMMUNITY The Cheney C)mmUmty church surprised their pastor, Rev. Ger.e Ross, with a birth- day party Sun dY evenirrg- ter the evening sevvice. vne paty, held in the Youth Cen- ter, featured a decorated birth- day cake with the coffee hour. On Pet. 29 Mrs. Ross enter- rained with a birthday dinner party for Rev. Ross. Guests were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ross, and grandmother, Mrs. Stella Freeman, St. John. CHRISTIAN Christian churches met for the district meeting in Spo- lane Central CAwistian church Friday night and Saturday. Rev. John McClure of the Pa- louse church was elected pres- ident ,at the district. Rev. Dn- ald Ross of Cheney, vioe pres- idert. Rev. Thomas, Seattle, was the main speaker. Going from Cheney were Rev. and Mrs. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Blackshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lotte andm Irs. Mary Ashworth. UNITED World Commurfity Day, sponsored by the United Church Women of the World, will be observed a 2 p. m. in the Oheney United Church of Christ today for all interested ,,persons. Following the topic, Nation in the Community, a " S Channel for Peace, a ym- poseum will he held with Mrs. H. W. Hubbard, Mrs. Pip Eisen.h'auer and Mrs. George Allen as speakers on "Wlat You Can Do For Others." EPISCOPAL Members of the Escopal church of Cheney and Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Hubbard attended the district convention in Spo- kane Tuesday. COMMUNYrY The Cheney Comunity Church youth were guests of the Garden Springs youth group at the Community church ttmre Friday evening. Games, refreshments and en- tertained were enjoyed. LUTHERAN The Lutheran Churvh held its fall fe'lowship dinner Sun- day following the morning services, sponsored by the Lad- ies Guild and Circles of the church for famines and friends. ODIST----- The Women's Society of the Methodist church will meet Tuesday at 1:30 p. m.  Ce- cil Dryden will present the progarn on the Um.'ted Na- tions. Devotions  be nana- led by brs. Carl Hendrick. Dessert hostesses'are Mrs. J. M. Groin, Mrs. C. W. Alexan- der md Mrs. Pete He,decker. The president, Mrs. ,Frarcis Kueld, will coaduct the brini- ness meeting. A discussion be held en the Christmas fe-fe- lowship dimmer, plarmed for Dee. 4. LODGE NEWS Bethel i7 of Job's Daught- ers will meet Tuesday evening in he M_sonic Temple for election of officers. Eastern Star members and friends are invited " to the Slangle Eastern Star pancake feed Sunday. It will begin at 8 p. m. and close at 2 p. m. The DWYC club of the Re- bekh lodge made plans for a i Christmas party for the next meeting last Wednesday at the :,home of Mrs. Ehner Tiedt. iDaho and place to be announc- led hter this month. Contempora rv Art Series Planned The art department of East- ern Washington Sate College will present ,a series of fihns and slides on contemporary art. The first of the series will be held Thursday, Nov. 12, at 8 p. m. in the auditorium of the. Hall of the Sciences. This meeting will be devoted to sculpture. A film on British sculptors will be shown and Robert tIan- rahan, member of the EWSC staff, will shw slides and pre- sent recorded interviews with artists of the Pacific North- west. Admission is ree and the public is cordially invited to .attend. AN N UAL BAZAAR SET WEDNESDAY The United Church of Christ i will hold its annual fall ba- zaar Wednasday from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. at 4th and F Sts. The event will climax a year of workshops by members, who have completed many home- made gift items and feed stuffs. . A beautiful hand crocheted afghan made by Miss Minnie Wittenbach will be offered as a door prize. ParticiT)ants are not required to be present to win. It is a soft green shade. Families and friends may eat at the bazaar. Sandwiches coffee and doughnuts will be served, with Mrs. Donald Pierce in charge. Booths and operators include Christmas tree lane, Mrs. Mark Ratcliffe; aprons, Mrs. Sam Bra, aten and Mrs. Della Grant; needlework, Mrs. Ernest Mc- MiRan; books, Mrs. Veo Small; jewelry, Mrs. Pymod Whit- field; white elephants, Mrs. Luis Grafious; home baked and home canned foods, Laura Circle, and fish pond, Mrs. Roland Lwis. Mrs. Ratelfffe is general chairman. Mrs. Harry Holmes enter- tained as weekend guests Mr. ad Mrs. Marlin Holmes and Children. DON DOBROTTS PARENTS OF SON Dr. and Mrs. Don R. Dobrott cf New York City are parents of a son born Oct. 19. The baby, ho weighed eight pounds and hree ounces, was named Konrad WiHard after his paternal great-grandfather, Konrad D0brott, and the ma- ternal grandfather, Willard Bernard. Mrs. Dobrott (Sherrie Ber- nard) and daughters, Gretchen anti Heidi, visited her parents two weeks in September whdle her husband completed his doctorate at Stanford Univer- sity. From here they went to New York where Dr. Dobrott is working as a mathematical re- I search physicist at New York university. CAMP FIRE NEWS The Horizon club, under the leadership of Miss Sue John- son, met this week to make plains for a reception for the new Horizon CIub members of the Camp Fire orgaation. Arrangements were made for the event this month. The new Camp Fire group, composed of the Blue Bird group which advanced in a Fly-Up ceremony last month, met with the leader, Sally Johnson, this week o choose the name of Can-te-yadinza as their name. Work was started o,n the Trailseekers ranks and symbols. Shu-Koda Camp Fire girls meet ,at the home of the lead- er, Mrs. M. A. Matmoe, last week. Plans were made for the Fall activities. Blue Bird groups from Betz and Campus school have been holding their organization meeting with new leaders to plan for activities. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Betz en- tertained as Sund,ay Mternoon NEW ARRIVAL' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jor- genson are the parents of a son, David Neis, born Nov. 1. He has a sister, Judy. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Stephen WeJgel of Cheney and paternal grandp,arents are Mr. and Mrs. Nels 5orgenson of Everett. TILICUM MUSEUM ATTRACTS WOM EN The Tilicum museum is drawing attention from other clubs in the district, which are establishing museums in their communities. i The Chewelah Women's club sent its president, Mrs. W. C. Bittick, Mrs. Douglas Salis- bury, and Mrs. Cal Fletcher to Cheney Wednesday to study organization, filing and record keeping for a new museum be- ing built in Chewelah City Park, spoon,prod by the club. The museum committee has assisted in the Adams County museum, sponsored by the Ritzville Women's elu,b, and the Grant Cour, ty museum, to be opened near Ephrata. CHENEY HOT LUNCH Monday -- Scalloped pota- toes and beef, baked squash, peanut butter sandwich, a.nd plums. Tuesday -- Fried chicken, green beans with bacon chips, tossed salad, bread and butter, baked apples. Wednesday -- Vacation. Thursday -- Shepherd's pie, jellied Waldorf so,lad, baking i powder biscuit, pineapple up- side down cake. Friday -- Tomato soup or clam chowder, toasted cheese svndwieh, egg and olive ka- bob, cabbage salad, apple pie. RICHARD McCONNELL ON CALIF. POLICE FORCE Mr. and Mrs. Jo;hn McCon- nell recen,tly received word guests Mrs. Jerry Bez, Mr. i from their son, Richard, that and Mrs. Ira Shea, Mr. and he is a member of the Man- Mrs. Don Shea nd Bb Shea rico Police Force in California. of Tyler. Alva Shrier of Yak- Mrs. Richard McConnell is the ima, a Saturday gtest, said A1- former Tony Quigley. They bert Betz is ",mproving in have two daughters, Carolyn bea, lth. and Andrea Kay. LANCE HILL The Lance ttill 4-H club at the James Goodwin on Saturday. There members present or the loween party. Fred Goodwin played musical arrangements meeting. The girls Beatle records. Cider, jeRo doughnuts were served special treat. Mrs. Bill Goodwin, the or, announced that the Leaders banquet will be at Trentwoed Grange 1 day. All leaders and leaders from Spokane will be there. The 4-H Awards night for the area will be held at Lakes Grange :hall on evening at 7:30. Clubs represented at this will be two from Four Lance Hill, Eas CheneY,  Spangle. There will be numbers from each other entertainment, awards: for the past year, ial awards and __ ________.____---- DITTMARS ARE GUESTS: OF DRUMMONDS IN Mrs. William whip wrote to the Free this week changing ing address to 4423 Drive, Nashville, Tenn., their guests the first week were the Rev. and Charles Dittmar. The are touring the United since his retirement pastorate of the United :of Chris in Cheney. SPEAKER FROM EGYPT PEO met Wectnesday,. 4, at the lome of Mrs. Rowles wih Mrs. D. 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