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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Ruth Larrison Wed In Seattle Miss Ruth Larrison, daugh- ter of Rev. and Mrs. K. W. Lar- rison of Seattle, a graduate of Cheney High School in 1963, was mrried to Mr. Keith Johnston of LaConner, Wash., at a private ceremony in the Bryn Mawr Methodist Church Dec. 1. The bride was given away by her brother, Harry Larri- ,:on, in a double ring ceremony at which her father officiated. tier sister, Mrs. Shirley Stock- ley, was the matron of honor. Following the wedding the family and friends joined in a reception in the parents&apos; home at 8432 So. 115 St., Seattle, Wash. The Johnstons are at home in LaConner, where the bride- groom is engaged in the oil distribution business. Bridal Shower Given Miss Patricia Salt Mrs. Robert Heyer gave a miscel, l'aneous bridal shower ,honoring Miss Patricia Salt, bride-elect of Richard W. Charles, on Nov 28 at her home in Cheney. Ga, mes were played and refresh*meats served buffet style. Guests pre- sen.ted gifts from a de, rated table Miss Salt is a strident at EWSC and ,the couple pl,an to reside in Cheney f, otlowing their wedding on Dec. 12 in Spokane. CLUB NEWS RIBIKAHS MEET The Rebekas lodge met en Way eveniltg in the IOOF hall for a ,business meet- ing and plans to ;attend the family potluck diamer with the men of the IOOF lodge o Dec. 21. Installation is planned for the middl of Jammry. DWYC club of the Rebeka,hs wl held their Christmas par- ty on Dec. 16 at the home of Mrs. Mild Ball o gift ex- change ,and vevea,ling of the secret pls. It will be the en- ntml (a'istmas party for the members. GRANDMOTttERS I The Grandmother club wKl[ bold its Chvistm meetg at I the ome of Mrs. Pete Bibles-[ bach on Thursday afternve, I Dec. 17. A dessert and gift[ exchage-'- is pla,ed. I TEACHERS TO MEET Eta hapter of Delta Iappa Gamma will meet for dinner on Dec. 12, at 6 p. m., Arcade room of the Ridpath, Slokane. New members will be initiat- ed and caral, s of many lds feattrred in the . Hos- tesses for the evxming will be Mrs. Is,bele Powell, Mrs. E.. P. Cffne, Mrs. John Die, e, M. C. E. Kingle and Mrs. E. D. Heimbigner. Goirg from Ohe- hey will be Mrs. C. C. Carter, Mrs. Iarm Morgan, Mrs. Haeold Kleiner and ether members. Friday, December 11, 1964 YULE PARTY SET The annual Christmas party for members of General George Wright Woman's Re- lief Corps and their families will be held Saturday in the American Legion Hall. Christ- mas music will be featured. Foreign Teachers Entertained Dec. 5 Mrs. Kyle Pugh, Miss Margo Woods, Pat McLelland and Mario Hamlet of Santiago, Chile, were hosts Saturday evening for a Christmas party for friends in Cheney and Spo- kane. The foreign teachers and students from Eastern Wash- ington State College and Gon- zaga University attending were IIeide Hallenberger, Graz, Austria; Karen Keetchie, Mu- nich, Germany; Dr. Farouk Hi- tami, Cairo, Egypt; Dr. Ohari Ilyderbad, India; Antonho Nur- ra, Sardinia, Italy; Heinrich Stallinger, Salzburg, Austria, and Miguel Rubio, Buenos Aires, Argentina. STUDENTS HOME FOR HOLIDAYS gram, under the direction of Lynn Wickman, will be given in the U. C. A. auditorium. The public is invited. NUN GIVES TALK A large and enthusiastic crowd of members and guests heard Sister Mary Gilbert, S. N. J. M., speak at the St. Rose Altar Society meeting Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 8 p. m. in the par- igh hall. Sister Mary Gilbert, nationally rec.ognized author, poet, lecturer and professor ,f journalism at Fort Wright College of the Holy Names, de- iighted the audience with her talk on "The Nun in the Twen- tieth Century." A question and answer period followed the coffee hour. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Harry Mos- man and Mrs. A1 Isaksen. Final arrangements for the all-parish Christmas party to be held Sunday, Dee. 13, were announced by Mrs. Ken Mor- Ion, chairman. Mrs. Herbert Goertz, co-chairman of the Christmas bake sale, advised the group tbat the date set for the annual sale of festive cookies and candies is Dec. 19 and will ake place at the Safeway store. FAMILY YULE PARTY stuaent 11 ' y and Miss Elaine SurDeCK, a jun- _ ..... a, . _ _ ion aloo at ,W, arrive, Wednesda to spend Christmas . , . .... '-';"a "s ith their arents, wemome to attena. me eve- i'uv'u Y ........ -^ck [n#g will, begin vdth the dec- vtr. ann .Lys. m. n. u e " I oratig ot the church, follow- i,..  ,  ]ed i a "picnic supper," carol .,,   \\;x.,    " - v ,9 [ sing and devotions. Coffee ad ,rmew ]punch will be provided. Bring ,  ,v,.,, ..... ' a picnic supper. The Methodist cnurcn ,nora :he Christnms fellowship din- ner in the youth center of the Church on Sunday fternoon, Dec. 6, with 60 vresent. The program included carol stag- ing directed by Lyrm Gurley; music trio by high selmol Carol Sooy, Oheryl and Mary Lou Nidlols. The pastor, Rev. Howard PRts, gave a Christmas rearing. rist- nras trees and evergreens with red candles formed the setting. The children's Christanas program will be presented on Sunday, Dec. 20, in the clmrch audReritm. AH dep_rtmens md es will take part. PAS00O.S MT6-- The Oheney t As- sociation held a no host Christ- mas dinner and meetia (me evening last week in the youth center of the Methodist churwh with.families of the six mem- bers present. Rev. Howard Pitts was the host for the f' r, fair. NAZARENE Rev. Dougl, as Clem, pastor of the Crestline church of the Nazarene of Spolcane, will be featured speaker for the Che- ney church of the Nazarene, s%arting Friday, Dec. 11, mad l .rurming through to Sunday evening. Services will be heM mghtly at 7:30 p. m. except Su,nday evening, which  be at 7 p. m. An invitation is ex- tended %o the public. TILICUM CLUB The International education ADVENTIST TO SPEAK department laeld the reglflar This Saturday at 11 a. m. the meeting at the home of Mrs. principal of Upper Cdubia D. G. Jerue on Thursday af-Academy, F.' It. Sehlehuber, ternoon, with 18 members mad will speak at the Severtth-day I guests present. Mrs,. Louis Falk Adventist church, Be school presented the progara. PNns music room. His subject, Is ere made for the Ctahstmas Your &od Too Small? ChurCh tea with Afternoovt LRerary at studT begins, 9:30 a. m. You department as guests at the are invited. home of Mrs. Clyde Stewart The ChoraHers of Upper Co- n Dec. 17. Gifts of ruit and tu, mbia Academy, near Spangle, juices w.ll be brought for the will present their annual loel ntwsiag home. Christmas concert at 8 p. m The handicraft deavtrnent Satnrdr, 12. The pro- Dehxe Fruil Cake makes an. extra special Christmas Gift! Order Now LaVigne Bakery Fifth and A Sts. Cheney 235-4139 dll-18 treld its guest rneetia on Tues- day eveniatg, at the home of Mrs. Earl Muds. A OhiStan prejeet .nd program as pre- sented, with Mrs. F. N. Le- febvre presidg. The Fine Arts departmeat met (m Monday evening, at the home of Mrs. George Fish- er for a Christmas program arm work on the treats for the Cheney golden agers. Mrs. L. E. Zimmerma, n, eahairan, pre- sided, wh Mrs. M. F. Miller assisting hostess. ,Merry Makers wR1 meet at 'Ikma LaVish ,home for a gist exchange. r.  Mrs. Earl Moos ,lind as a weekeml guest  son Howard Moo& a teacher in Spokane valley. The Watchtower Bible & Tract Society of Brooklyn,, N. Y., governing body of Jeho- vah's Witnesses, ace<l week they will sponsor a three- day circuit convention in Spo- lane, Dec. 18-20. Invitations to atend have been extended to 18 congregations of the *rottp making tp Washington. Circu!t Three. lcluded in the cixcm territory is the lc congrega- tiln.., The announeemen was made by Everett Story, pr.esid- ing mtnister: of the, Cheney corgregation of Jeho,h's Wit- nesses, who,. stated,, "Nearly 1,000 memhers:'ad tlmir fam- flies will be bougt together or the three-day meeting." LODGE NEWS OES TO MEET - Ma,rtka chapter OES will hold a reguhr. .meeting n Mondoay, D#c. 14 to :hnor the associat matrons 'and pat- rons of the Inlnd Empire with Mildred and Joh/n Va Brunt of Martha chapter, the hon- ored guestsl and"advancing to the East for the initiatio eere- mon,ies." Open Saturdays Main Street Barber Shop Open 9:00 to 6:00 Wednesdays 9:00 to 8:00 12-4-11 Ham were Roy Ted Freeman, senor warden; James John- sn, junior warder.; Fred Hein- emann, treasurer; Carl Hair, se.cretary; Nels Cordili, chap- lain; Cliff McCuiloch, mars.hal: }'. L. Ratcliffe Jr.. senior dea- con; Kenneth Galloway, jun- ior deaeen; Elvin I{askins, sen- ior steward; Ronald McKinley, j,,nior ste,vard; George F()s- sam, :tyler. The past masters j:wel, set in a wrist watch, w:as present- .::I to retiring master, Geor/::'. I"osstml by Francis Kueh! and Carl Itair presented a Bible from his family to Mrs. IIam. A reception fo!lowed in the dining room with Mrs. Itam and daughters, Sue and Kay, in charge of the refreshmsnt tab- les. OES YULE PARTY Marshall Hews By Carol Yates CHURCH NEW5 The Ladies Christian Circle of Marshall C0mmuity church .1 a wedding shower in hun- c r ef Mrs !ois (Bieeker) John- s:n on Thursdray, Dec. 3. (_;ames were played and later refreshments were s-rved. Loi received many nice dfts. There were aboat 30 gaests pres,ent. 'iie :arshall church mcm- b:rs }une 1)con working o,1 a v,.ell drilling project recently. .% w,rkday was held Friday, ?<or. 27, t:, complete some of the " '" or,,. The ladies and girls l:rovided a per, luck meal.. PERSONAL MENTIONS F:red'a and Otto Gre/rs:m .and Mrs. F. C. Greene were Thirty past matrons of East-' gv.ests of Mr. a'n,d Mrs. Frank ern Star held a Ch, ristmas par- Greene for Thanksgiving. Mr. ty and dinner on Mou,day eve- and Mrs. Fred Newman of ning, Dee. 7, in the Masonicl]RirkIand, were dinner guest Temple. Exchange ,of Christ-!of Mr. and Mrs. Greene on mas gifts .:nd brief business Sunday. meeting followed. P,hilanthro- Robert Mackey of Wyoming pie projects were dscussed and went to Spok.ane where he was dormtions made for nursing I joined by his daughter-in-law, home and district welfare. Itostesses for the evening t were Mrs. Marion Bair, Mrs. I ax Su, nday dinner three Nolan Brown, Mrs. Alfred I of his men friends, Guy Lath, Weisman, Mrs. Kyle WoLfe, ! IJob Tubbs and Paul Howe. Mrs. Zelia Lee, Mrs. Lymanl Mrs. Carl Rudolf returned Jo ,hnson, Mrs. Den Corc,oran/last week from a few weeks and Mrs. Henry Chase. Mrs. visit with her two da.ughters Richard Rues, president, pre- and families, Mr. und Mrs. sided. Robert Doran and three chil- dren in Detroit, a,rd Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ward and chil- NEWS BRIEFS dren in Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jonson Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Melville a,rd children of Spokane were spent Sunday afterrmon in Spo- Sunday guests f his pare.ts, kane with his sister, Miss Marl- Mr..and Mrs. Herman O. Jeaa- anne Melville and with .a son and f,amity, Mr. and 'Mrs. Rich- sen. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Walker ard Melville and four children. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Calvert of Bellevue, Wash., and chil- dren, Ann Marie and William served an evening dimaer at Jmes Jr., spentt the Ttmnks- their home Monday, Dee. 7, for 'relatives and frieahs, fol- giving holiday.s with Mrs. Calah- lowing the funeral services of erine Walker. her .sister, Mrs. Minnie F.H. Kirchhoffer and Mrs. er. They exWoss gratitude to H. D. Walker .attended the In- all those who assisted ,at this come tax .seminar held by the time. In terral Reverme Service on Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Reytds Thursday, Dec. 3, in the Wash- of Rosburg, Ore., spent' last ing*on Water Power auditov- i.tma in Cecum. d'Alene. week in Gheney to visit rela- Jim Heiy returned home tives, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hey- here ,last w lifter spending or, Ray Bal'hnger, Mr. and the past ye'aTli Ne York, Mrs. JohnVan Brunt. They working at the World s Fair. were ats0 guests of Mr. and He is wieh ,t,hs parents Mr. and rs. Fred Slmaf. They spent Mrs. Jo Heiydt or the pros- sometime in Pl,aza, their for- Mrs. Diane (Greene) Mackey, and her daughter Lisa. Tey then went to Walh Wal:la where they spent the Thanks- Riving visiting with relatives. Mrs. Jaekeline Sumner re- turned home from a four week stay at Weiser, Idaho, where she was caring for her who was critically ill. Miss Connie Elde guest of Miss Viola Petea's day night. Other recert ors of Mr. and Mrs. Peters were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Detmer Ba*alt Mr. Itershal Bault. Coming Right Along Opening after first of Eating House 00illtq00 Jnn dale Remodeled Top of Sunset Hill On Highway 2 , :... % i:i; ': ., f.iff ......  ............... k  t ;;,:: :va DALLY LUNCHEON SPECIAL 'Try our German Buffet SUNDAY, DEC, 13 ADULTS $1.75 CHILDREN Open 7 a. m. to 10 p. m. - Sunday 8to $ Hilltop Inn Cafe Chuck & Ellen Boddeker All Rne officers will ada.nee one station for the ceremon- ies. Special e.nertaimnent will be 'held following the busi.ness meeti, ng, with welcome *o the special guests. The bu meetin will be conducted by Harold and Pea Pendell, patron and mat- ent. mer home. : - Victor Muer of MillwJ, = I: "     ? .   i i i i  " S spent Sunday ufteoon here "t''*t'"ti'''''"-"i'"t"4"'"T"t with his siter, Mrs. Jahn Van were a niece and family, 1. and Mrs. Jerry Peterson f: Spokane/- :, Mr. ,atd. Mrs. Elmer Marsh rr entertained as Sunday after- noon guests Mr. and Mrs. , Ralph Lindsey of Spokane. Mr. ,and Mrs. H. I. Meredith from Oakesdle are spendgthis week in Cheney as guests "f ";" NYLON NET of their daughter al 9amily, Mr. ,a.rM Mrs. Rober Harvey '. and children, before going to . Arizona for the winter. 1,. t Mrs. C. W. Aleandm" wllt asst. colors- 72 in. wide 17c yd entertain her piano students I *,*'. __ with a Christmas party o,nl Sunday, Dec. 13, at 2:15 p. m.[j in her .borne here. The Ohrkst- |  mas tree with treats and gift[- exclm,ge will be folkwed b/. a piano program by Delres/ Steher, Janice Eo, Dona/. Knoahaug, Margo. arm Gary/1 Leserbee, Cheryl Ross, Jody/l Bvitts, Donald Rvss anti Myima / .' Ross, Janet Camp, Gone and/ Claudia Haskin.s. Parents and [ friends have been invited as I ,:l 00ete returned last week for a [ =,e month s vastt m Califorma wilah ] : a dau,ghter Mrs. Gary Bach-.' ley ar.d family at Su.rmyvm.e, --2, Calif., aad a niece arm t-mmay F$1 Nylon net kit- Kiflen-Poodle - Octopus ,,on, ropo0000 .ore Reg 1.98 $1.17' kit ing committees. Recepn and refreshments will follw. .... TEMPLE F. ANDA. M.Temple Textured Nylon lodge F. and A.M. . of Cheney, installed John Ham worshiul mster in colorful ceremonies Saturday evening. Dec. 5, in the Ma.nie Temple. Off Brown - Off Black Past Master Walden Chambers was the instaRing officer as- '  sisted by Francis KueM, Lloyd  le25 p r. Ham and Dick Roos. Retiring Master George Fos- F sum epened the ceremonies ,, Easy Money Game with a welcome and introduc- .at Woodbine. On Sunday, Dee.  ed grand officers a,nd visiting 6, ,guests were their dau,gh, ter masters of other lodges. Mrs. and family, Mr. and Mas. Mor- Fred Sooy yeas the mueian ris SNvns, Mike and Billy.  Reg 1 98 $1 17 and aeempanied Bob Plotts, "Ihe boys- kd s pe seveeal vocalist of the evening, days here with the Billesbaeh.  ' " ........... " Officers .seated with Mr. Axel Arneson entertd  ]i KIDS! ] Dart Game . ............ HEY , I Reg. 1.98 $1.17 ...... = You're invited to the annual community - : / Christmas Party II Tree Ornaments - Free Movie ! [ "Lassie's Great Adventure" Sock of Candy Reg. 1.25d0zen 7 7C dOZ. '" Visit by Santa Rocket Cello Tape at The Pix Theatre l,i .,.. 15c Startingatlp. Cheney D pt Sto Saturday, Dec. 19 e This annual party is sponsored by The Cheney Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Cheney Rotary Club. ,. ..............