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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, January 1, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Reid-Anderson Rite Held December 23 Miss Janet Reid, daughter of the Clarence Reids, was mar- ried .on December 23 to Don Anderson, son of the Ray An.- dersons at the. Westminster Congregatiortal church in Spo- kane at 7 o&apos;clock. Janet, wearing a white wool dress, was attended by Flor- ence Reid Mr.. Weekly was best man for Don Anderson. A reception was held at the bride's home following the ceremonT. The young couple will live in Medical Lake, both being employed ,at the hospi- tal. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday--Hamburgers, mus- tard and catsup, green beans, dill pickles, ,apricot upside down cake and milk Tuesday -- Del,ayed Christ- mas dinner with a,lt the trim- mings and milk. Wednesday -- Chili bemas, crackers, cotage c'heese, pine- apple salad, hot rolls, butter, fruited gelatin and milk. Thursday -- Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, chicken gravy, green peas, bread ,and butter, peaches and milk. Friday -- Grilled cheese sandwiches, whole kernel corn, lettuce wedge, 1,000 Island dressi'ng, gold cake, lemon sauce and .milk. CARD OF I:HANKS We wish to extend our heartfelt thansk and apprecia- tion for the ,acts of kindness, messages of sympathy and beautifuI floral offerings re- ceived from our many friends , the loss of our dear one. Mrs. Lesti'e F. Mason Mr. and Mrs. James Clue Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hoop- in,garner BOY IS HURT ON CHRISTMAS MORN Christm morning, about 8:30 he Medical Lake police department received ,a call frem the Korehaine farm the1 a local boy had been run over by a tractor. The boy, Bb Mallert, 19, was taken to De,a- eoness hospital by AI Denton and Carroll Kaplan in the an- bu)ance. He was released after Xrays, being badly bruised. TROOPERS HELP FAMILY As in the years past the Washington state troopers made Christmas a happy time for a needy Medical Lake fam- ily. Run Jacobson and Richard Alto plrayed the part o,f Santa Claus, assisted by the Medical Lake department. HOME FROM HOSPITAL Dn StAtes returned home from the Veterans tIospital n Portland on Christmas eve. He veecnfly had eye surgery. Christmas dirmev guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Atkins, Mrs. France.s Blake and Mrs. J. D. Walker. SERVICES TO START AT ASSEMBLY CHURCH Sunday, Jan. 3 is the begin- nittg of evangelistic services held at 7:30 each ',h evening ex- cept Monday and Sturday at the Assembly .o,f God church. Evangelist Roy Brewer and his talented wife of Great Falls will be in charge. She plays art accordion. Attending a family retrench on Monday evening at the home ,of Mr. and M_rs. JoFm Larson were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jolson and famSly o4 Stan- wood, Mr. md Mrs. James JoLmsen and fmily of Spo- k'ane ad from Medical Lake, the Clarence Riders, the Ray Andersons, the Don Andersons a'nd the Jim Andersns. Guests At Eastern Hospital Enjoyed Christmas Parties Miss Alice Kennedy describ- ed the Christmas parties at Eastern as a "bowling success." About 30 parties were given by groups from all over Spo- kane county and beyond. All parties scheduled were held, some being cancelled ,and set for a different day. Many pa- tients who bad never received anything personalized in their stay at the hospital, wore brod grins as they opened their gifts. On some wards pa- iients who. had more than one gift were busy seeing to it that no one was left out. Six buses furnished by the Air Force ,at Fairchild trans- ported 150 patients to the Ice Capades for a Saturday mat- inee. The E1 Katif Shrine matched tickets for the pat- ients. The annual dance will be held on New Year's day with the musicians union in Spokane donating their servic- es. Refreshments will be served. GILBRETHS HAVE SON Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gbreth are the parents of a son, Tim- othy Lee, born ,on December 23 at Deaconess 'hospital. He weighed seven pounds and seven ounces. A sister, Julie awaited him at home. EMPLOYEES ENJOY CHRISTMAS PARTIES Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wood were hosts for an open kouse Christ- mas party at their hme on December 22. About 30 facul-] tyand school personnel attend- The Van Metres served re-I reshments to their friends a,nd] neighbors on M<raday evening. ] Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don] Wynia, Mr. and Mrs. Darl Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown, Mr. ,atd Mrs. Collier Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Say Wood and Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Vaughn. MRS. VON LEHE HOSPITALIZED Mrs. WaRer Van Lehe was taken to the Sacred Heart .hos- pital last week in much pain. She has since been transferred to the Sharron Arms home Medical Lake  1954 Mr. and Mrs. John H.enning and Antra M,ae spent the holi- day weekend in Post Falls Falls with Mr. and Mrs. Stm /andy. Oher guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hattenbrg, JOhn Hattenburg and Mr. and Mrs. Jumor acterrhurg of Twirl Lakes, Id,ho. Christmas day guests at the Bert Denny home were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Denny and d,aughtors Dra, Judy and KaChy of Plaza, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kukuk aTd son Dennis of Four Lakes and Donna Den- ry of Spokane. Mary Bland and Loa Fay Gilbreth f Spolvane spent Christmas day with Mrs. Gil- breth's mother and daughter, the Tlmd Adams ,and Kather- ine GRbreth. Mr. and 1Wrs. Merle Bacon, Nrs. Ore Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Ableman arm son of Che- ney vcere dinner .guests of Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Wesley arm dau, ghters on C1riss day. A good size crowd enjoyed the potluck supper at Espan- ola Gange on Tursdy eve- nirg, Dec. 23, and te program which followed. The program was aranged by the lecturer, Marian Hat, sen ,and cow,sled of findings, orgs ad tab. leaux md ended by l sig- ing caral. r. and Mrs. ty Iaas Janet, Joel , St and Mi Stla Bmer were Cst- mas gests of rs. Hmas' par. ens, Mr..and Mrs. A. J. Pen- 1"O; Mr. and Mrs. Avin Janimea and fmrty of Otmmm were Christmas weekend s her parents, Mr. 'and lrs. CLaude Betie of Espanoh. zr. mt )rs. Dick Heyer and dughter spent Cristmas with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sen- sen. Mr. and Mrs. Imhoff had as their guests for Christmas din- her his sister, Mrs. J. H. Davis f Cheney. In the afternoon tlmy visited Mr. Davis wko is ill with pneumonia in St. Lukes ,hospital. Medical Lake- 1944 Petty Officer Alva Metier visited relatives and friends here several flays while on Navy leave. Ohristmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson and girls were Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mort Stahle and Bobby, Mrs. tMrdng and Miss Lydi, a Foos. A health clinic will be held the second Tuesday of each month at 10 .a.m. starting J.anuary 9 at the school house. Hrs. E. L. Fuller, chairman for this area, may be contacted for further information. Mr..and Mrs. Ted Cramer and family moved into their new .home shertly before Chistm,as. It was the first time the family had been to- gether since October 15' when t'heir home burned. Earl Robinette was struck by a failing tree hst Thurs- day and was in the Deaconess hospiCal until Sunday. He will be coRfined for about six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Grocer and Virginia of Suneau, Alas- ka, are Visiting at the home of Mrs. Grocer's mother, Mrs. i Bentley. They expect to stay about a month. Scttool will start at 9:30 a. m. rom Jianuary 2 'ebruwry 1. Mrs. McQueen of Farming, ton visited at the lmrne of her daughter and fmfly, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jensen .last week. Medical Lake- 1934 At the Lutheran mssionary society meeting bast Wednes, da0r Mrs. Kettnev was e,ected president, MPs. Henry Wey- en, Jr., taeasarer, and Miss Elsie Itepp, secretary. A surp,se shower for Mrs. Oerald DeLong was give at F.O. Butterfielt hWxne Thtmlay . A deic. ions ,lunCheon was served mad Mrs. DeLamg received many nle gif{S. buess has been ng ,at the postoffce the past week with much eav. ier mail than in forme years. In aeklitin to the regular f,oe Miss tdl ,Ires ,been as- sisted by Lo',ss Thonms, Rich- ard V, aughu, Mabel Thiele and Clyde Jerue. Fmmral services wore held in Spokane Monday or Luke Femi'ng, father of Mrs. Q. J. Lefevre. He ,had resided at Burke, Idaho, for the past 51 years. Mr and Mrs Jack Wyatt and soms Sack ,arid Donald and Miss Jeannette Swanson of Spokane were Ch_stmas day guests of the C. A. Swarsons. Miss Theo H,I entertained 16 of the CIC boys at Christ- ms dinner, served a the For- est hotel by Mrs. Bartholo- mew. S. A Thexton o Deer Park vsited his daughter Maxine cn Wednesday. HOLIDAY PERSONALS The Carrol KaFlan family drove to Spangle on Christmas day to be with the enroe Kap- lans for dinner On their re- turn trip they visited with the Lyre Kaplans. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Parks and i family of Erterpvise, Ore., ar- rived on Wednesd, ay at the Pil- l.orals to stay until Tuesday. Christmas dirmer guests were the Parks, Mrs. Gi,llmore, the WHliam Parks nfl the Sake Klein's of Spokane. Dernnis Olsen of Spokane spent the holidays with the Orvat Olsens. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bober and Carolyn of Dover, Idaho, were Christmas dirmer guests of the Jay Woods family. I-Iaving the holiday dinner at the James Van Matre home were the two grandfathers, Harold Van Matre and Hm,ry Thompson, both of Spokane. At the Bill Zappones, Christ- mas eve guests were Mr and Mrs. Joe Keeys and Regina Zappone of Spokane. Julius Saner of Lamont was the guest on Christmas day. The Alfred Bhwnrs en- tertained on Ohristrnas day for Mrs. Tune)l ,and daughters of Goeur d'AleRe and the Dave Lunders. The Dave Lunders had as Stmday dinner guests the Al- fred Bleclrwvnns, the Tun- neRs and Mrs. Agnes Cmnevon. The Children of Mr. rd Mrs. Wes I-Iuff were lrme fo the holidays. Coming from Mmm- field were Mr. and Mrs. Larry i Tupplg, from Pateros, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Campin and i fatuity rd from Sprin,gfield, Ore., the Mtrtin Mfleu fam- ily. Bill Peper was hmne for two weeks with ,h family. He ar- rived on the 18bh rm Notre Dame. avence Reeves spent Christmas eve and the follow- ing .dgy with the old Reeves family. The Lob Reitmeievs spent Christmas w:th  Ernes,t Geschkes at Cheney. The Ben Morgarm spent Clvristmas day with the Don Wynias. On Sunday they drve to Spokane to be with the Claude Morgans. Mary Snead of Cheney spent the day on CATristmas with the Claude arners. Ann, a Murray bad all her children with her on Chris.t- mas, the first time for many years They were Mr and Mrs. Gary Beck ,and family of Ok- anoan, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mur- ray and family of ColviRe and Helen Finson and Barbara and Lakeland Yule Activities Brought Much Happiness The Christmas holiday sea-1 son, long an;ticipated by the boys and girls, finally arrived w'ith he cold weather and the heavy snowfall that covered the grounds and trees with a thick, soft, white blanket. The setting folmed an ideal back- Steven, Francie and Philip Mur- ray. They all stayed for sev- eral days. Roy Playton spent the holi- i day weekend at the Charles Sarkweathers. His home is in Clarkston. Dung Sonneborn is ho,me from Seattle for the holidays. The Sonneborns entertained with open house on Christmas eve for the trailer families. Pat Callihan is here from Juneau, Alaska, to be with his family Christmas eve guests at the tlarold Stutheits were Mr. and Mrs. Troy Henry and family of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Gary. Stutheit of ttarrington. On Christmas day the Stutheits had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Little in Spokane. Having dinner with the Jim Andcrsons on Christmas were the R, ay and Don An,de'son families. The Clarence Reids had as theft" ho]'iday dinner guests the Leo Reids and thd Morris W,al- iace family of Spokane. The Gerrald Fines had the holiday dinner wih Mr. and Mrs. John Erich in Spokane. Guests at the Art Gimmerig home on Christmas ewer Anna Manz of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Massong. Dung Provstfeld 'of Lackland Air Fore Base in Texas arrived home on Saturday to slend a few days with he Clark Coles. Christmas dinner guests at the Colas were Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne WoVe and family of; Pocateffo a,rd Mr.  Mrs. Drtald Cole and family of Spo- karm. On Sunday Mrs. Cole at- tended the Civic Chorale at Fairchild with Mrs. D,vid Fos- sum. i Mr..and Mrs. Eldon Clark left on Monday fter spewding the holidays at the. Forrest Clark home. Mr. and Mrs. Pat- rick Haynes were also dinner guests. The Milton Kukuk family were Christmas eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walt Enert in Spokarm. On Christmas day they ,and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kukuk were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gib Diemert in Spokane Jim Hiltbrick was home for the holidays with he Lev Hill- brickS but had to return to col- lege ,as he plays on the basket- ball team. The Hiltbri'cks cele- brated their 29bh wedding an- niversary on Christmas day. The Don Winan family spent the heliday:s with the Wetdlon D arlingtons in Pteres. Haxdn,g Ohristmas dinner at the Alv.a Whitaeys were the Dean ,and Kenneth Wrhitney families. The Ma.rshM1 Webbs were hosts at Christmas dinner for the Fritz Gilbrehs, Alan and @ary ,arid Mr. and Mrs. lkike Gi)breth and family. Mr.' ,and Mrs. Fritz ilbreth and Alan spen(t the weekend at the Bud Swigart home at Opportunity. The larl Swansons and Mrs. Swanson hrad Christmas dinner with the Jack Swansors in Spo- t,one. The Ed Touse family were guests at the Jhn Imlers to celebrate his birthday on Wed- nesday evenkng. A Christmas day visitor at the louse home was Larry James of Fairchild. Spending Christmas eve at the Irvin Schberts were Mr. and Mrs. Itavry Burns and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Am`old. Chrit- raas day dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Cltawles Vagenas ad (lharlotte of SImkane. Char)ote is spending a few days with the Schuberts. Spending Ohristrnas eve wit the George Sp'. er family were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosa and Chris. Bud aples  home for 20 days .from the navy at Brem- orion. He aveom family to Nebraska to attend the funeral of Bud Spls a few weeks ago. He spent CbriStas daT with the A1 Staples, Pam, Bob, Bill Reee and Dick O'Neill at the ,home of Mrs. Bud Staples. Christmas day er guests at the Start Sloans were Mr. and Mrs. Ke'th Nye, Mrs'. Young, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. and, Mrs. Bill Lake and Jim and Mr. and Mrs. Miles Brentman and Dale Christmas eve guesls off Ruth Glasgow and Rzella Phillips were Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Glasgow Jr., Tay and Jill of Mead, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. How- ,ard, Auctrey,, E, laine and Richard and Mrs. L. Glas- gow Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mahon were Christmas day dinner guests at the Ed Mahon Jr. home in Spo- I kane. To spend the day were the David Henrys, also off Spo- kane. On Sunday the Mahons entertained the Ed Mah,on Jr. family and Mrs. tars'on. ground for the many o,utd,oor decorations and colorfully lighted displays which turned the campus into a re,el 'win- ter wonderlard'. Altboug'h the weather was delightful for children, it created many many problems of travel and transportaion for adults with the result that many holiday visits and vacations were post- pned and several programs, and entertainments were can- celled. Program Cancelled One of l he biggest disap-, poitments was the nece,ssty to cancel the annual program provided by the Spokane Elk's lodge No. 228. This was only the second time duri,ng the past 49 years that the Spokane Elks have not been to Lakeland Village with both times b.eingj eaneelle, d because o,f road eon-i ditios. ThJ.s is a unique and[ enviable record of continued iterest in Lake}and Village. Although the residents were disappointed, they accepted the fact, knowing they would be hre next year. Deck, rations Pretty Decorations =at the halls and other dep,artments were ex- tremely attractive, as usual and reflected the extensive amount of ,time, work and in- germty of the employees. The lighted ,candles and trees about the campus add much to con- vey the spirit of the season. The boys and girls dining rooms and the employees' din- ing room were all artistically and cleverly decorated by Mrs. Sara Peterson, food mana,er, and her staff. Of special inter- est are the "toothpick trees .in the children's dining rooms, each made from 3,500 tooh- picks and lighted with a tin,cr- escent tube mounted in.side the tree. Longer Vacation Weather conditions ao lengthened the sch,ovl vacation by two days, as all county schools were cased by noon on the 21st instead of 2 p. m. on the 23rd as planned. Lake- land Vill,age has extended ser- vices from the Medical Lake school district, so the teachers and students were effecte,d by the unexpected 'srmw lgliday.' Many Activities Not all events were cancell- ed, however, as: indicated by the following activities. On November 29, a total of over 600 resMents were taken on bus rides to Spokane to view the decorations and displays. The bus made stops at two shopping centers on each trip, at which time Santa would board the bus, greet the chil- dren and give small gifts. On December 5 the school department presented "Snow- bound Christmas" to 'about 200. persons at the Lincoln County Pomona Grange at Wil- bur. This musical play, writ'ten by Mrs. Doree Jarboe, espec-; Jelly for fihis group of 75 chil- dren. The cast came from all levels of classes. On December 7, one of the most enjoyable programs ,held during the year, was presented by the Darsidrlan club of Spo- kane. This ffreup is composed of Spokane high school girls, selected for their Mlet in the areas of dancing, singing, drama aad music. Hockey Game Enjoyed On December 9, 78 enjoyed an ice hockey game at ,the St k,ane Coliseum. The culinary department postponed their December 17 party until a lat- er date. However, the depart- meats lmmemade candy was sacked and distributed to the children. "Snowbound Christ- mas" was again presented, this time for residents, employees, parents and .others interested, on December 18. The only selmol party held was in Dogl, as ha, where the home training deImrnent made and served refreshments. All other parties were cancell- ed. On December 23 six lucky boys and girls who ave sIxm- sred by the Manito Lions club were etertained with a luncheon, party and gifts. Dr- irtg tim Ice Capades run, some 400 residents attended. The Now Year's eve dance will be held  the anditorium frn 8 p. m. to midght. Espanola News By Katherine Holloway COGSwELLS COME HOME Mr. and Mrs Warren Cogs- well and Children of White Sailmon arrived at the Jack Cogswells en Saturday to spend the holidays with the Cogswells and the Tacks and Secerds in Medical Lake. Sunday dinner guests with the Cogswells were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Secord and son. RUPPS ARE HOSTS The John Labishes spent i Christmas eve with the Walter Rupps in Chancy. The Harvey Rupps were also presnt-. Christ mas day was spent with the Rupps and the Tom Labishe:s at the Joe Labish home Jim- my Ibih returned with them Saturday they drove to to spend a few days. port to visit witda the Cartoons. On Sunday GUESTS AT McGOURINS ,ted with the C. D. Grimee e' Amanda Alberts and Renzil Marshall lake. ing leg detaile McLain were CJrrisCmas day The George Meserves teents dhmer guests o,f the Bi Mc- Christmas dinner wRh Mr.O'lid , Gourins. Wed:nesday visitors Mrs. W. 0. Meserve and..khi-Chey were Terry McGourin, visiting na in Spokane. Saturday here from CMiforn:ia, and Bill them having dinner with McGou:rin of Spokane. On Melvin Carmens at Otis Thursday the Don Lamberts chards. The Meserves h*i K, of Cheney ,and the Floyd phone call from their SO nMMo  Smiths of Colbert were visit- ry on Christmas night t ' t re ldthe Sup ors. Saturday suPter guests Miramar, Calif., w,e, inton no were Mr. and Mrs. Emil C:on- stationed. _____A a, rad, Terri and Carol of Spo-   kane.  st, ;, ORDINANCE NO. F-44 M I 'ez An Ordinance fixing the salari a h SELFRIDGES HOSTS compersation for the appointive 0 .... y and employees of the City of (e f t Mr. and Mrs. Frank Selfridge fixin the effective (late thereo to it to he Ernest Moriartys and the ,,, e Jack Pn, balluricks of Moses ney Do OYdain as F,,llows: a!nl 'f Lake, who remained to spend SEction 1 k o :-or Friday with he famiiy at War- den and were overnight guests of Mrs. Laura Braziel. On Sat- I)elmty Clerk and Accountant .. t _ , . c urday they visited with the C,hi ..... l Gureril Offi ....... l:a,:i Health ()ffcer . Emil Sukos. They visited with '" .............. n,t that City l,]ngineer ................ in d , ? Delores Howry. and family Attorney's. ,StenorapherEN "" "*' Ueend ff ))'; POL1CE DEPARTM  T ttm in Spokane en Mond,ay evening. !!iif: :i.c t C'la..s w/two i!:l:[r!i BUFFET DINNER ........ years exper .......... AT NORM GRAHAMS Police Officer, 2nd Cla w/six _' .... (Dec. nlonths to two year oxperience b!houa Christmas eve buffet dinner Poh(e" Offic(r,, Probationary .. b A, '' guests at the Norm Grahams Overtime Rates & Extra Police, p__B I Chief of Police .............. were Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Gil- Police Offi,'cr st Class ...... : OTc Police Officer 2rd Class ...... he o breth, Alan and Gary and Mr. . . . . , .up Pohce Officer Probatmnarv .. gtor, and Mrs. Mike Gilbreths and " ' " ' Mechamc ...... (per month) e. Overtime rates apply to any tin tb e BI children. De,an Merriman of 48 hours worked. JBETII Cheney was a Christmas din-] That as a part of the compens.e is h nor guest. Saturday evening I Police Officers and in addition has- above specified compensation, tM above' visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Nell of Cey shall provide a groulalified  I'arks and Susan of Enterprise, of insurance coverin and irsur havin Police Officers includirg extra aare req Ore. time officers against false arr, with n provide liability irsurance whegned at ating City vehicles, and when .|g, Spoa' HOLIDAY REUNION ing private automobil .... au J. Leh City business. )offic a Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kirk and FIRE DEPARTMENT Pertg, SI ,k: family of Pomeroy are spend- Fire Chief .................. $9im, itl Assistart Fire Chief .......... |ice of h ins the vacation with the A1 Fire Marshal ................ City Willms. Dinner guests for Volunteer Firemet;s Pay, per y a/tar t Pay, per year ............ or tk T Christmas at the Wifl'rs were PARKS DEPARTMENT of t e the Kirks, the Dave Hengs Park Caretaker, 10 nonths perils 18t t, Year, (per month) ........ $ H. V. of Waukon nd the Marvin Assistant Park 1. abov ' Willms family. On Sunchy the Caretaker ..................  J. Pool Marmger ................ tt Nat m Willms a,nd the Kirks attended Head Lifeguard .............. ', Wt hJ a Willms family re ,unionr at the Assistant .Lifeguard :. ;., ....  (Dec T 1  1 1  ,  I dunlor JklIgUar an loeKer ,L zJtt:; &' t2t2kl !IJR]lllt Room Attendants ............ a.mblen, I LIGHT DEPARTMENT pulsen BI, , Superintendent ...............  "-- -- Mr. ,and Mrs. Hugh Jackman Aecou,tat .................... 'c- and family had heir ,holiday Assisstant Accountant ...........  N din,-- .a+ + u..  { Billing Clerk ................ :!e UDerio a,,..., vv.',.-zt ,z. t.Ulll OICI.- Assistant Billin Clerk gton in mrs Sr. in Spokane on Friday Cashier and Cnera Offc"il ." .lohn Mnar i .,a,-l, ',,,,, Light Building Custodian ...... ne att th .............  ,, e; e college for the holidays. rst ..... LJ;' :: ............. :(,a bec Le, Pa,'l, ' -,n.^n - Second Lineman'. ..............  , _ : pained him. The Mussews Extra'Linemen ' "Ieilr; 'L'a' lified ac had the Buck Shos City Cuneil for Office Ielp Spkane ' as dinner guests Patty remain- WATER-SEWER DEPT. pa, Gilber ed to spend a few days, Sotdent .............. $1 ro) ............... le such cl Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thie- i Billing Clerk ........... iii[ . =!i:00i:ii also present. Ope.ra.tor.. ..... : ............. ltha  ! .... uove est vlr. ann irs. iay btrleI and Laborer .....................  .... famiN of oh ......... 4 ..... ..q Extra Labor as Determined  'bert --- . .7 -,-,.-.,-,j ajuywxa City Council. ' .ambl unrlsmas flay omner al the l pauisen Carl .Toh,n.qnn ; Mechanic .................... ane, Was .............. I) ( ec Overtlme Pay Scale (per hour) The Gordon H odgsons and the Paul Sathers spent Christ- mas eve with the A1 Rosenas Wayne Hodgson is spending a few days with Roy Rosenau. Mr. and Mrs. Dick lanke of Pasco were home for Christ- mas with the Richard Mankes. Sunday dinner guests at the Ma'nkes were Mr. and Mrs. Er- roI Sanders of Priest Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee of Medi- cal Lake, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Muilen and family of Spokane and Mrs. Eveiytt Oamphell of HOllywood, Calif. Havin,g the holiday dinrmr at the Fred Johnson home were Pete Avp and sons of Tyler, Jim and John Johns>n a,nd Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pery and fam- ily of Colville. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Ms. Les Gibson ,and farny off Cheney. Permy ,.ad Jacky Perry are spending a few days with Can- dy Johnson. eald Reitmeier of Ogdem, Utah, is speding a few days dth Uhe Oscar Reitmeier fam- il:y, arriving on Thursday. The Reitmeiers temded te Ice Capades on Sunday eve .nin,g. The Loren Ven Le,hes spet Christmas eve t the Jack Kreagers in Spokane. On Sun- day they visited wiih  Bud Swigarts in Op,pounity. Saturday dinner guests of the Gus Pehrsons we,re George Baker, Lloyd and I-arry of i loses Lake. The Howard Williams fam- ily spent the Imliday with the Don.. Lehns in ne. Holiday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Weble and daughters were Mrs. Imla Til- son, Mr. arid Mrs. RIph Web- lay of Coulee City and Mr. and Yrs. John Lesser o4 Moses Lake. Mickey Moriavty visited wish the Holoways on Thursdas,-a'' aM at the Jo]m Manet fany. The Moriavtys were Saturda,y din- ner guests of the Don McCand- ess family in Cheney. The Jk Perflalluricks spent Sun- day with the MvJartys. Afternoon visitors at the Loyd Knapp home on Christ- mas were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arnold and children of Spo- kane .arid their housegue, Mr. Arnold of Wisconsin. The Earl Von Lehe family spent Christmas day with Mrs. Dan DeChenne in S,polan.e. In the afternoon they visited with Dan DeChenne in the Deacon- ess hospital. Christmas day dinner gues,ts at the Lloyd Knpps were Dave and Minnie Peterson. On Overtime rates apply to a T" after 44 hours worked a uMA  Uisen BI 00AR.A00E Divls,oN r- ....... Billing Clerk ................ !MON ( Assistant Billing Clerk ...... No Cahmr" and General Office "  Superior" STREET DEPARTMENT Pton fo r Superintendent ............... t A i)  Foreman .................... "CK DE Equipmert Opeartor ......... ate of - Mechanic   v, ...................... ae Loll Accountant ................... ire hereb Overtime Rates (per hour) .... i " Y Overtime rates apply to aly t xty. (60) s Dubh 44 hours worked. ;; wi" ! Extra Labor as Determined" : wit ecember 2, City Council ' , Section 2 Ce er*titl<I CoUrt an That salaries ants wages a f the )1 in this Ordinance shall be eff o ] a from and after the 1st day of'+ y ur ans 1966, and .... ir in effect untiletareneY at I OI yO by the City Council of the Cit wih be 1 hey by Ordinance duly enacte to --" That Ord,na2Y00':" L4 t dmanees of the City of CheriSh e oh: " Jeet the same is hereby repealed, tur : Section 4 iof  ear'e[ ; That this Ordinance sball b on force and effect five days after the approval and publication. )'as F -- Introduced and adopted this lF Pau/' yn of December, 1964. . sen Approved this 22nd day of II 1, W .64. Ma 25-Ja Nolan Brown, Mayor -ua Attest: Roy Foss, City Clerk IUG Approved as to form: NR'a_ " Merritt A. 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