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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 4, 1964 t FACULTY WIVES MEETING TUESDAY Newly-elected e x e c u t i v e board members of Faculty Wives will meet at the home )f Mrs. Charles Booth Tuesday at 7:3"0 p. m New board members a:&apos;e ,rs. George Kabat, president: 1_1rs. Booth. vice president; Hrs. Drtald Goodwin. secre- .ry; Mrs. Thorne Tibbitts, ,reasurer: Mrs. Kenneth Ken- :.edy, Dames advisor: Mrs. D. .q. Breitenfeldt, president of Newcomers, and Mrs. Roland Lewis. past president. Chairmen fee winter and ;pring quarter events are Mrs. Merritt Johrtson and Mrs. tIen- ry Kass, respectively. Gamma Thetas Hold Christmas Auction I Gamma Theta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its Christ- mas auction and special guest night Dec. 1 n the social rooms of the United Church of Christ. This annual event is spon- sored by the members as a fund raising project for a schohrship given each year to a woman student at EWSC. Roy Miller was guest auc- tioneer. Dessert hostesses were Mrs. Ray Krehsbach, Mrs, Ray Giles. Mrs. Tom Scott 'and Mrs. MISS SHARON LOUISE COLEMAN became the bride of Alfred James Chase Nov. 21 in the Salem Lutheran church in Spokane. ! The newlyweds are making their home at 2445V2 S. 115th Place in Seattle. ALFRED CHASE, SHARON COLEMAN PLEDGE TROTH ,Miss Sharon Louise Cole- man, daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. i H. O. Coleman of Spokane, and Alfred James Chase, son f Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Case of lar- shall, were urAted in marriage Nov. 21 at 8 p. m. in the Salem Luthem church, Spokam, with the Rev. tugene H. Irits- chuh officiating. A .purple and wtRte color scheme was carried out in the setting, wCtich included bas- kets of white chrysanthemums, purple pomimms and purple ribbon bows anti hite can- Terry Phillipson, Jill Huntley To Wed Dec. 19 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Huntley of Metaline Falls announce the er)gagement and forthcoming marriage of their dughter, Jill Carolyn, to Terry O. Phil- lipson of Four Lakes. Huntley, a radate of Metalne Falls high school, is a sophomore at Eastern Wash. ington State College. Phillipson, a graduate of Cheney High School, is a sen- or 'at EWSC. He is the son of Mr. ,and Mrs. O. Phillipson of Four Lakes. dles .in the altar candlebra. The wedding  be held m ,a,, s chae h iDec. 19 at the Metaline Falla full skirted wte velvet gown, [ ' "  worn over a hooped petticoat, Ii  " vas ashioned by the bride.[Rrncw ('rrn An imported French silk il-I:v:7 .......  ,-.', .... ' tsion veil was attached to at/homo, WilSOn To Wed Dec. 15 Mrs. Jessie Shnl0son, current- ly a resident of Spokane, ,has anrmun'ced the engagement and ortkcomir wedding of her dughter, Ramona Cavole Cordon, to Thomas W. Wilson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Wiltiam Wilson. M Carden was graduated from the Institute of Ameri- can Indian Azts, Santa Fe, N. M. Mr. ,7)[l,n was graduated from PMeer High School, Au- burn, Calif. Both re attending gastevn Wshington State Col- lege. A Dec. 15 weddixtg is to be held here in the United Curch of Christ at 7:5) p. m. TILICOM NEWS AMERICAN HOME American Home department made contributions to retard- ed children in Spokmae at their meeting last week. Clothing and .other items were sent to chfldrewabout 8 years old. 23his wa the Welfa.re project of this department. Mrs. Pete Hei- decker, ehatrrnan, mmotmced the next meetin on Dec. 15 as the Christmas party. HANDICRAFT Ihdicraft d .epartrnen will meet Tuesday evening at the ltome of Mrs. Earl Moss for guest night and the (ristmas project. Mrs. F. N. Lofe,re, chairman, will conduct the meeting. Dessert wig be served. FINE ARTS Ars department will meet Monday at the lmme of .Mrs. George Fisher d of Mrs. M. Miller's. Christmas in. spimfionS will be ,hdled by Mrs. S. Spacek. Plans for the "golden ager's" Ohristmas treats will be made. AFTERNOON LITERARY Mtemoon Literary depart- merit will hold a 'luncheon meeting Thzrsday at the home of Mrs. M. A. Malmoe, with Mrs. J. Richalson assisting. A Chvkstmas program will be giv- en, with the chairman, Mrs. M. Van Scooc, in charge. Evening Literary department has advanced its meeting date to Tuesday for a Christmas potluck dinner at the home of Mrs. Marion Baiv. The pvogram will be on Christmas tradi- tions and preparation for gets to adopted patients and the nursing home. Mrs. Delta Grant crown of si organza and sat., in. She ware a strand of cul-: tiered pesrs, a  from the: groom. Her bouquet of white roses on a purpte lace back- ground was accented with pearl strands. Miss Carolyn Munso maid of .lmar, wove a full length purple velvet gown with bell shaped skirt, scooped neckli : and ew length sleeves. Her bead dress was a hrge velvet! bow nd purple ntttng. Par. ple satin lippers and a bou. quet f vhi spider mms completed her costume. The bridesmaids, Miss K. en Chase, sister af the groom, Miss Jody Braim, msinl of the bride, were dressed the same as the maid of onor. I AIJ gowns were fashioned by the bride. Mrs. Coleman chose a beige and moss green brocade gown for her daughter's wedd'mgl and Mrs. Chase, mother of the groom, wor(e ,a brown gown with beige accessories. Best man was Kenneth Blocker. The uhes were Da- vid Coleman, brother of the bride, and Tom Pelton. l At the reception, hem in the i youth center of ,the churc, Mrs. John Tormino cu the cake, Mrs. Clma'les Braifn poued the coffee, and Mrs. O. C. Marsh served punch. Also assisting were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sorini and Mrs. James Hgerty, who had charge of the guest book. After a trip to Los Angeles aM San Fro, the yotmg couple wilt make  home in Seattle. PEO Holds Annual Christmay Party The mual PEO Christmas party was held Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Mark Ratcliffe with Miss FI- ence Rue, Mrs. Richard Ross and Mrs. E. L. Dales as assist. ant . Mrs. Dales, who had clmrge of the program, presented piano pupils of Mrs. P0atcliffe in ,a Christmas program. Mrs. Ross had charge of the #ft exchange. Mr. arid Mrs. George Fi.shez entertained for Thanksgiving dinner her brother and ram- fly, Mr. and Mrs. James Bur- ton of Moses Lake, their sore in,taw ,atd daughter, Mr. arid rs. Robert Heehn, Cheney, Dick Heehn and Ted and Gene Weaner of Spokane. will conduct the meeting. 2 MR. AND MRS. KARL R. MORRISON, 114 WEST 5TH,an- nounce the engagement o.f their daughter, Susan, to William Heaton, Jr., son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. W. P. Heaton of Palm Desert, Calif. Both attend Eastern Washington State College where Miss Morrison is a member of the sophomore class and ttendricks. Another daughter, Mrs. Carroll McLean, and fam- ily of Valleyford, joined them. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Jordan spent Thanksgiving day with their daughter, Mrs. W. Kid- will, and family, in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jon e,s ac- companied them. Mrs. Omer Pence, formerly of Cheney, now residing at Hiverview Terrace, entertain- ed a group of Cheney friends with a dessert bridge party Tuesday in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conley entertained as Thanksgiving dinner guests her sister, Mrs. Archie Baird and family, Mr. avd Mrs. Kerm,eth Baird and three children and Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and three children from Spokane Valley. Mr. and Mrs. John Ditton en- tertained as Thanksgiving weekend guests their son, Wil- mer Ditton, of California, their daughter-in-law, Mrs. LeRoy Ditton, and children ef The Dalles, Ore., Mrs. Betty Ditton and family, Hermiton, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Miller, tlungry Horse Dam, Mont. Mr..and Mrs. E. A. Melville were Thanksgiving dinner guests of their daughter, Mrs. Larry Adamson, and family in Lament. Mr. and Mrs. C:hris Betz were Thanksgiving dinner guests of their nelhew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Betz and children. Others pres- Bill Tavenner. f Heaton is a senior. No date has been set for the wedding. The Christmas formal will l be Dec. 11 at the Davenport Hotel, with member couples LOGE NEWS and guests from Oheey, Spo- kane and Spokane Valley at-EASTERN STAR tending. Past matrens of Eastern Star The next meeting will be lodge will botd a dinner meet- the Christma,s party Dec. 15 ig Morday at 6:30 p. m. in the at the ;home of Mrs. Orlob. CHURCH NEWS METHODIST The Methodist church Worn- en's ,Society will meet Tues. day ,aterneon at the ,home of Mrs. Carl Hendrick. This will be the Christmas program and members are requested to bring canned fruits and juices for the CheneNursirtg Home. Mrs. Francis Kuehl will con- duct the business meeting, Mrs. H. Hampton the devotions Mrs. A. W. Pbilips the program. The church ellewship dinner Sundar 'at 1 p. m. is sponsored by the WSCS. C OMIVIUNFI'Y The Cenrn,unity Church is nm,lamparations fr the ,, aI play Dora 20:.Mrs, e Ross is directingi the play. Others working on the provam are Mrs. William Kirmick and Mrs. Ralph Beaudrea. On Dec. 18 'a potluck Christmas dinner and gift exchange is planned. CHRISTIAN The Christian Church will >bserve Women's Day with the women in charge of the morning services, presenting Mrs. Walter Naff, wife of the pastor of Spokane Central C .hristian church, as speaker God" on "Missior Under . Mem- bers in charge are Mrs. Carl Hair, Mrs. James Blackshaw Mrs. Beth Smith, Mrs. Wilson Cree ,and Mrs. Elmer Marsh. Ushers are Mrs. Henry RudoLf, Mrs. E. A. Melville, Mrs. Jlm Ditton, Mrs. Ivy Cordill, Mrs. J. Ferguson and Mrs. H, Franz. A special song trio will be formed by Mrs. Donald Ross, Mrs. Glenn Dobbins and Mrs. Lee Allen. The Women's Fellowship of the @hrsti:n Chu will hold its Chrstmas party Thursday afternoon at 2 p. m. It wll be a Mexican party, following the theme of the yearly study. CLUB NEWS LEGION AUXILIARY Logon Auxiliary will ,hld its Chrtmas meeting in the Legion hall on Wednesday evening with a program and 50 cent gift excha.nge. (k)okies are bein provided fr local groups 'and the Spokane veter- am Christmas tea Sunday from 1:30 p. m. to 4 p. m. at the tmspRal. Mrs. Ernest Har presided, assisted by' MI. ,Fa-e Hoyt, Mrs. Grace Okerrorr and her officers. III I MELT ICE & SNOW 36TIMESFASTER wUh I PeoPm00m 491 r Most pov,'rtal Ic 1 snow ms/tee known-- yet PROPE 49 Is complefely harmless, Keep Ice and snow under control thLt winter with PROPELLANT 49. Juct dtsrthute this super- derity pelh)) |lb/ oyer" frozen Ice and mow, on sldewalkl, ttepr, ramp, shipping docks and parking -Exotherm heat action builds up at once. ke and nmv melts 36 timer faster than with saff. Youql dover too, that PROPELtANff 49 unhke some ice miters, won't attack cement:, metal, gross and shrubs. 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TEMPLE F AND AM Temp4e lodge F and AM Ma,  sonic l'<Ige will hold on in-' stallation ceremonies Saturday !evening in the Cheney Mason- ic Temple. All officers, their :lamilies' and friends will at- CAMP FIRE NEWS The Camp Fire group f/am fourth grade at Campus School met Thursday with Mrs. Fred Johns, leader, in charge. Offic- ers elected were Nancy Johns, president; Mary Mosman, vice president; Susan. Scott, secre- tary; Kathy Stevens, treasurer, and LirMa Steen, reporter. All l 1 members were lresant The n.ame, "Od.a Konya" was chos- en for the group. Work is underway on the trailseekers rank. tend, ,:. Ch00ney Hot Lunch M.00ay -- Fro00ted loaf With brown gravy, Waldorf sahd, baking powder biscuits, chocolate pudding. y ---Hot turkey sand- wich ith giblet gravy, baked squ tossed salad, baked ap- ples. < : Wednesday  Chili, glazed carrots, maple bars, pears. Thursday  Swiss steak. stewed tomatoes, lettuce and orange salad, Dutch .ale cake. Friday  Tomato soup, toasted cheese sandwich, peach Wldrf salad, egg and olive kebab, cherry squares. FATHER VISITED Miss Carolyn Maltose, a senior at the University of WaShilgton, spent Thanksgiv- ing lm,lldays with her father, M. A. Malmoe. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. Myrtba Mill nd Mr. lrtd Mrs. E. A. Okerstrom en- mrt, ained as Thanksgiving din- net .g. ests Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill and on of Amber and Mr.  and Mrs. Gordon Hertd- )ieks of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Parker spent Thanksgiving in Spokane a guests of their son, Kenneth Parker. They were joined by ..... and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea and children. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Reit- meier arid Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred Schoaf spent the Thanksgiving, holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Reitmeier at Boise, Ida- ho. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnson, route 2, Cheney, have moved to 322 S. Washington, Kene- wick, Wash. Mrs. E. A. Melville enter- tMned with a bk'hday lunch- eon Nov. 25 at Shadle Park for her two daughters, whose birthdays fall on the same day. They are Mrs: Larry Adamson and Mrs. Fred Sooy. Mr.. and Mrs. Orval Tiedt and two sons were Thanksgiv- i ing dinner guests of *his par- lent,, Mr. and Mrs. Etmer Tiedt, who al ,had Mrs. Kath- erine Wegele of Harrtngton as a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Possum and two children om SLiver- dale )ent the Thanksgiving holidays ,here with  parerts, Mr. and Mrs. George Fossum. Mr. and Mrs. Mak RatelkfSe ,two other sons, a daughter ' r and Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Go- ,ble, and families. -:Mrs. Eldon Engel and two dattghte spent the Thanks-: giving qilidays in WaRa Wal- la with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kavenaugh, while Mr. Engel ,and Rick went on a trip With the Scouts. Mr. aad Mrs. Ray Dakins en- tertained as Thanksgiving da- nor guests their somin4aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F. Walker, and daughters, of Coeur d'Alene. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hendrieks i and Mr,: and Mrs. Stanley Hendricks ,and daugh,ter were: Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Townsend in Spokane. On Nov. 15 they spent the weekend in Othello a.s guests of the Her, dicks' daughter, Mrs. Stanley McLean, and ,family. A family reunion dinner celebrated the 42n wedding nniversavy of the 00illte/00 Fa/e Remodeled IIIII II Top of Sunset Hill On Highway 2 SPECIALS Wiener Schnitzel, Saeurbraten, .... Vienna Steak I I IIIII Ill I I II I III DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIAL 95 I I I Family Prices on Delicious Seafood Fried Chicken Western Sandwich. Tasty Ruben Sandwich Cafe may. be reserved for your group droners and meetings Open 6 a. m. - 10 p. m. - C|osed Sundays Hilltop Inn Cafe spent the Tlmnksgiving week- end in Seattle  lmuse guests of Mr. and Mrs. KeRr Raicliffe. On Thanksgiving day L they were joined by Dr. and Mrs. Arthur RatcRffe and three I l children. A dinner oft was given by Mrs. )'] trander, the former Frost. Mrs. W. J. Cart Thanksgiving in CoeU Alene with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hough,am and Dana. A on Thanksgiving day nother daughter, Peterson, Mr. Peterson three children. Mr. and Mrs. Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Plucker and 1-ye,ar-old Mrs. Plucker's mother, Graham Dressler and daughter Martha, also dinner guests. Rev. and Mrs. Gene three children Thanksgiving dinner his parents, Mr. and Ross, St. John, and JMn er of Cheney. * Mrs. Harry Q. turned M()nd.ay from week visit with her family, Mr arid Holmes and three Colbert. While there brated Thanksgiving fives and Mso visited Calvin Rhoades, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick son from Everett spent days 1,ast week ,here parents, Mr. and Ball. Their daughter, a student at WSU, Mrs. George BroWn, and Mrs. Nolan daughter Karen and Mrs. J. Kirk Thanksgiving day in for a famiIy dinner home of Mr. and Mrg Brown and chidrem them from Spokane and Mrs. Robert BrO  family. John Ditton was Fairview, Mont., the death of his V. W. DiStort, ill for many month services were held there day. Mr. and Mrs. J.:S. spent a week in the their son-in-law arm Mr. and Mrs. James ad: our children. 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