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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, January 3, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Many Participate In Lakeland Village Yule Christmas came to Bald[and Village in a ,bhze of Iigh, dee- .or, aion, s and lots o snv on the tree .and ground this year. A life-size manger "scene could be seen in froltt of the main building wih arother behind the emph)yees' apartments. R is built on a lock side  with a ahJxh at the top. S,ow throughout the Christmas sea- son tded to he beauty of the N, ativity scene. ,Many homes ,and ,halls had other Yuletide greengs. A Christmas peretta, un- der 'the direction ,o Mrs. Ru& McAfee, with 48 children takn part, was presen,l sev- eral ,imes dm'ig the .holidays. They pformed at the Lincoln County Pomona grare early in December for a .ge crowd. It was put on again fr an audience ".m Spokane. The Lake- land 'esidents also enjoyed its presenon on the calUS. lanff parses were held. Oe such was held at the girl's di- ing room wiJ 150 present, who were entertained by ,the Cy Grossm, a wih weste darming, Scotch singing, cos- fumes by Harold Moore, and Christmas .songs and group sin,gig 'by Bill Sperry. The dy sChool mothers 'had their party and the devellopment cleanses, the aoademie and adult classes also were eer- tained. The Spolane Lions club ertertained their eight slnsored children with lunCh and gifts in town. The sChool department held pties fr the trainable classes. Elks Come Again This was he 48th year the Spokane BPOE Lodge No. 228 presonted a party at Lakehnd over e holidays. A variety, program as presented and High School Basketball' Cardinals Beat Freaman The Medical Lake Oar(finals won over Freerman 63-41 at the Reardan Ohristmas basketball tournament ,Prictay evening. ! On Sattmy they 1Maed Rear- I dan, losing 73-54.  is the ! second time they ave  to Reardm High scarer far Rear. dn with 28 points was Bob Simpson. Tim Hhriek seared 18 for Medical Lake, Larry Tarlat .had 14, Bb Marsalis, 16 nd Gary Glasgow six. The Cardinals, both junior varsity and varsity, will play ,at Mead Sttwday evening. The following week they will have a full weekend, pl,,, " port and Calville aymg New- SCHOOL STARTS"JAN. 6 Medical Lake school district will reopen schools on Moa- dany, Jan. 6, after two weeks of Christmas vacation. CAR CLUB MEETS The Slicks ear club met Tuesday evening. The Christ- mas tree sale was termed a success. Visitors were Bill Grub and .two members in .the sexvice, Kenny Tooke and Lon- rie Baumann. It was decided to hotd a ,cake sale on Jan. 4 at 10 a. m. at boh Swigart's and Minnick's grocery stores. LUNCHEON HELD Gwen Jacksan was 'h,otess to a luncheon at her home Monday, honoring her house guest, Miss Jones Posness of Gig Harbor. Afterwards the guests toured Lakeland Vil- lage with Mr. Jackson. CLARKS HAVE GUESTS Christmas Day dinner guests of the Forrest Clarks were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. AvChie Laird and the Roy KeeRes. T.ey joined the El- don Clavks, who ave been v'mitS:ng ,here fram Tulare, Calff". Medical Lake : Churches ST. JOHN LUTHERAN Rev. Wayne Ola, pastor Morning services 11:1 Sunday School, I0 a. m. Women of the Church, first Wed- resday. 1:30 p. m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Rv. Harris Shane Sunday scFbol, 9:45 a. m. Mornlug worship, 11 a. m. Sunday, young people, 6 :0 p. m. Sunday evening service t 7:45 p. m. Wednesday prayer service, 7:45 p. m. COMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. Charles Billups. pastor Church School, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Evening Service Sunday 7 to 8, Youth Service Sunday 6 to 7. Bible Study Wed.. 7:30--8:30. ST. TIMOTHY'S EPISCOPAL Rev. E. J. Mason, Vicar Gilbert A. Scriven, Lay Ider. First and third Sunday, 4:30 ; remain- ing Sundays, 11 a. m.. Communion served first Sunday at 4:80 ; 3rd Thursday fol- lowing third Monday, 8 a. ra. Evening prayer, 4:30 3rd Sundays; morrdng prayer. 2nd0 4th and 5th Sun- days, 11 a. m. ST. ANNE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Roy. E. J. Kowrach, pastor Sundays: 8 a .m.--Lakeland Village. 10 a. m.--Church; 7 p. re.--Church; Daily--7:30 a. m.Church Holy Days--7:30 a. m. and 7:30 P. m. --Church. Cnfion-- to 8 P. m.. Saturday Children's religion ctsses--Monday :80 I. m_ . , filled stockings were given to the children. The Elks ,in trr, were entertained by vocal groups ,and were .served re- freshments. Church groups sponsored parties, hn4reds of boys 'and girls attended the Ice Caades and many were taken on bus rides to enjoy the dec- orated homes "m Spokane. The treals for each were given at the Shadle shopi'ng cener. ,and donations came from many organizatipns and private individuals. These are all very much appreciad by everyone :at Lakeiand. Dr. Da- vid Oovtan, Spokane, donated many wagons nd 'tricycles and the American Legion gave 20 boxes of apples to add to the holiday gaiety.--K. H. GRANDCHILDREN VISIT HODGES ,Ma'. and Mrs. R. E. Hedge had .two of their gra.ndchild- ten, Fritzi Mains axM Mid:ship- man Tom Nelson, as guests during the holidays:. lV[iss Mains spent Christmas vacation with her gndpar- ents and visited with former sclmoimates :at Medical Lake. Midshipman No, on, who is atterling the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., spent the holidays with his paments, Mr. ,and Mrs. Darius No, on, at Ephrata, and with his grand- parents here. KAUFFMAN TO HAVE SURGERY Arthur Eauffman is in Sac- Fed Heart hospil nd ex- pects to have back surgery to- day (Friday). REBEKAHS HOLD INSTALLATION The Rebekalh Lodge 93 will hoM its installation of offic- ers at 8 p. m. ca Jan. 6. It will be a public ceremony. HOT LUNCH MENU Mortd, ay  Medical Lake's favorite dish, green beans, let- tuce wedge, 1000 Island dress- ig, cake a'rd milk. Tuesdahr  Italian spahet- ti, carrot stcks, hot French bread, apple pie and milk. Wednesday -- Old fashion- ed beef stew, hot rolls ad butter, eotge cheese, apple quarters and milk. Thursday -- Tomato rice soup, celery sticks, egg salad sandwiches, pe,ars and milk. Friday -- Fish sticks, tar- tar sauce, baked potatoes, spinach, bread ,and buter, peaches a.nd milk. PERSONAL MENTIONS Spending the Christmas holi- days with the Wes Huff fam- ily are/:heir children and fam- ilies, the Martin Merla tam- illy of Springfield, Ore., the Veral Campain family of la- teros and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Tupling of Mansfield. The Jim Van Matre family had as Christmas Day gues:s Harry Thompson and Harold Van Matre, both of Spokane. On Thursday the Van Matre [were guests of the Allen Og- dons at Cheney. Mr. 'and Mrs. Tony Appel spet the holidays with their daughter's and families, the Witbur Krugs and the Edward Krugs in the Connell area. Having dinrter with the Don- ald Stiles on Christmas Day were the Richard Atkins, Mrs. J. D. Walker and Mrs. Frances Bhke. Mrs. S. L. Hendrix was a Monday er guest of Mr. ,and Mrs. Ezra Giffen. On Christmas Day she was a din- net .guest of the Burl IIaers Mrs. IIendrix has eurned to her work ,at .the J,ae O'Brien Nursing h,ome. Ohristmas dinner guests of the A1 Svensovas wexe .Mrs. Ag- nes Hayer, the Frances Llew- eUyns, the Don Browns ad the R. B. Hutchisons. Sunday dinne guests of the :E. K. Swan,sons were the Jack Svtanso of Spokane and the Kenneth Swansons, who have been visiting here from Lyle. They .returned .home on Mon- day. Mrs. kester Clute received word last week of the death o{ her mother on the previous weekend. She 'lived in Port- land, where her funeral was held Monday. Rear. Gall Davis of Prosser spen .several days witch the Clarence Dobbirs family last week. Spending Christmas with the E. L. Fullers were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitmer and the John Gralapp family. Visiting with .the Claude Garners on Monday were the Sam Sunderlins of Cheney. Mrs. Alice Jordan of Santa Rosa, Calif., is 'spending a month with Mrs. Agnas Ellory. On Monday Mr..and Mrs. gob- ert Jordon were luncheon guests. v FROM THE PMT Medical Lake -- 1934 Mrs. S. B. Egge, 50, passed away suddenly ,at her home following a :heart attack Dec. 24. Mrs. Ruby McKinney visited her mother, Mrs. V. S. Hullect a't Colville. Guests at the Repp home Sunday were Mr. ,and Mrs. Henry Weyen and daughter, Mr..and Mrs. Fred Wfllms and childrert and Mr. a,nd M. John Repp and children. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. LeAevre had as Christmas dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lefevre and children. 1944 Medical Lake's second gold star for those who die in the service of their country will be for Jim Rarker, who died in ,action last week. Ouests at the Harry Wats)n home Christmas Day were Mrs. Agnes Heyer, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Svenson, Mr..and Mrs. L. A. Teach, Louis and Geraldine, Mr. and Mrs. Fran Llewellyn, Marlene and Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Arley Heyer and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Christensen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Heyer. Guests of Edith Wilkes on Christmas Day included Mrs. May Messinger and Ken,neh Wyatt of Greenacres, Mr. and Mrs. Rayard Merriman and Timmie of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Perdy .of Olympia and Mr. .ad Mrs. Bud Ahlf. Mrs. E. L. Fuller entertained last Wednesday for Mrs. Jack Holt and Johnny, Mrs. Greer, Gary and Virginia,,,, Mrs. Ben Englebrecht ,and Robert and Lynda Lee Fuller. W" dltns family and .the BOb Kirks. Afternoon visitxrs were Fred arid Jean Wflhns of Rockford. Christmas Day visitors were the Dave Hennings of Wau- kon, Clarlie ad Annie Pl.ocke" of Spokane, Marvin Wfllms and family and Bob Kirk and family. MAGNUSONS HONORED Mrs. Belle Franseen of Spo- kane entertained the Otto Magnusors at Christmas din- ner at the Davenport Hotel. Other guests were Ms. Ollie Schmiet, Neff Schmi aTtd Mrs. Lena Hertz. The after- noon and evening was spent in viewing the C'h:ristmas lights ,throughout the city. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mabel Sheaf entertained ,her family Christmas Day with a dinner at .her home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mus- set and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kukuk and Dormie and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fine and gir. The Earl Von Lehe family enj,oyed Chris'tmas Day with the Dttch DeChene family at Spokane. Spending the holidays with the Bill Kuhn family were Mr. :and Mrs. Det Bassard and cl- dren ,and Mr. ad Mrs. Harold Ring and da:ughter of The Dalles, Ore. Christmas dinner was serv- ed at the Jack Cogswe.lls to the Dick Will'ms ,and fafily of Deer Park and the Warren Cogswell family. Sunday din- ner guests were he Bob Cra- mer family of Span*gle. I-hying Christmas dinner with the Gordon Hodgson fam- ily we.re Mr. and Mrs. A1 Ros- emau and Roy. Afternoon vis- it,ors were Mr. and Mrs. Buz Germaine and family and San- dy Wilson of FairChild. On Sunday the Hodgsons attend- ed a family dinner of the Hodgsons at the E. C. Hodg- son home ,at Veradale. Keith Hodgson is spending several days with Donald Hodgson at Spangle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuck- enbuch of Davenport were 1954 , Monday victors .at the Bill Mc- A Christmas dinner party I Gourins. On Christmas Eve the i was enjoyed by ]astevn Star, Floyd Smiths arid Sinikka l members ,and their families. I Hevtinan. an exchange student i  , o l Medical Lake Clambe.r of[ from Finland who makes her, Commerce eeaed thehome wi,th the Smiths, were l ladies at a dinner party. John visitors. Christmas Day din- Frueci, aceordianist, an.dl James Bain, pianist, furnished entertainment. Mrs. wine, am Clark ,held a birthday party far  Hack- ney. Present were Francis Whitmer, Ruth Ann C.hitwood, Joyae and Carolyn Klein, Von- na and Glee Chrk and Sharon and Karen: Gadn. Mr. ,and Mrs. John Jotnso,n .of Espanola are parents of a baby boy, Clayton John, born Dec. 17. Espanola News By Katherine Holloway GRANGE HOLDS INSTALLATION Installation of (fficers was ,held at the Four Lakes grange Friday evening with six grang- es taking part. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reitmeier were the re- gal.ia officers for Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea, who were the instal= ling officers. Mrs. Best acted as chapl,a}n. Betty Labish was the musician and also accom- panied Henry and Walter Ros- enau, Irene Rosena and Mary Wyberney as a quartet. PIANO TEACHER ENTERTAINS Sandra Reitmeier entertain- ed her piano students with a Christmas party Saturdy after- noon at her home. Present were Colleen Willms, Donna Harris, Christy Heyer, Denise and Debbie Win,an and Beth Hayer. Mothers presen* were Mrs. Gladys Harris, Mrs. Sally Willms and Mrs. Thelma Hey- err. VON LEHES HAVE FAMILY GATHERING The Loren Van Lvhe hame was the scene of a Ohs,tmas fa, mily get-together on Christ- mas Day with the Dale Kreag- er amily of Coer d'Alene, the Jack Kreager family and l the lay Kreagers of Spokane, the Elmer Oas family of Spo-i kane, the Sanley Swasons of Waukor ,and Mr. ,and Mrs. Wait Von Lehe of Medical Lake. On Christmas Eve the Von Lehes were visitors at the Ray Kreagers in Spokane. WILLMS HOLD REUNION The Wms family had its C:hrisma, s reunion at the Al- bert Willms family Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs Her- man Wiltms and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Shepard and sons of Cheney, the Dick Willms fam- ily of Deer Park and 'their daughter, Arlene, of Medical Lake. Coming from Spokane were the Horace Solveesons and their grandsons arid the' Linsey Lucas family. The Vic- tor Meyers family of Harring- ton, the Laurence FIood fam- ily of Davenport and the Luke Flood family of Rocklyn attended, as did he Marvin ner guests were John Brewer, Amanda Alberts and Renzfl McLain. Sunday visitors were Mr. an :Mrs. Don I.amber.t and Dan of Chancy, Bill McGourin, ,of Spokane and ,the Gary Web- ley famy of Medical Lake. Coming from Woodland, Calf., to spend the hlidays with the Claude BeaUties was the Fred Pope family. They. left on Monday for their home. Also visiting were the Alvin Janssen family o.f Okanogan.: They were all Christmas Day dinner guests of the Herb Gisselbergs at their home in Spokane. On Thursday Mrs. Beatfie and her three daugh- ters visited with Mrs. Mildred Sawyer in the Spokane Valley. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Les- ter Ahem and grandso,ns of Spokane were visitors at the Beatties. The family of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson gathered Christ- mas Day to have dinner with the Johnsons and Holloways. Present were Mrs. Mildred Thorpe, Shelley and Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Justus Mcrtz and the Kenneth Johns,on family, all of Spokane. From Cheney came Mr. and Mrs. Ray Strie.ff and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hepton. Other visitors dur- ing the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Art Halverson and the Elmer Harris family. On Fri- day evening Katherine Hollo- way and family were guests ,at the Ice Capades of the Jim He.ptos. Having Christmas dinner with he Lloyd Knapps were Mr. and Mrs. Grover Cannon of I)avenort, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arnold and daughter of Spolane and Minnie and Dave Pe'terson. Mrs. John Mauer and daugh- ter were Monday everfing via-, itors t the Frank Selfridge] :home. On Christmas,;,, Day the J Selfrdige family drove to War- den to attend a family dinner at the George Brazil home. On Christmas night they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Emil Suko. Christmas Eve visitors at the Ernest. Moarty home were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pemhalurick, Kathy ,and Cindy and Jack Penthallurick of Moses Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sel- fridge and Tarot. Having Christmas dinner with the Mor'mrty's were Mrs. Ellen Homer and boys. On Saturday Rickey Pickel spent the day with Danny Moriarty. Having Christmas dner with the Howard Williams family were the Don Lehn family and Ben Lehn of Spo- kane. The John Labish family had its holiday dinner with the Tom Labish family at Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shoaf and son John of Spokane were Sunday dinner guests of Mabel Shoaf. TOP LIVESTOCK JUDGES---This trio won first place in live- stock judging at Northeast Washington Fair at Colville in Sep- tember. From left were John Phillips, Richard Meyer, Lew Williams and Daa Lehn. All are Cheney High School students. Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts SCHELLS ATTEND FUNERAL The Joe Schetl family at- tended the funeral f her step- i father, David Kein'.holz, in Spo- kane Monday. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Don, ald Davis and Charles and her nephew Rich- ard Compton and family of Cheney visited .her sister, Mrs. Francis Kelly, in Lamont Sat- urday. Mrs. Buelah Swanson of Reardan visited her Monday. The Bill Rosenau family and the Albert Rosenaus had and Mrs. Bill Be cker o{ Sprague, who also called on the Arlie Ablemans. Stmday guests were Mrs. Jearme Harris, ,and Dow and Mrs. Dale Chandler .of Spo- kane. Mrs. Chandler (Effie Harris) and ,family were visiting Mrs. Jeanne Harris. Don Harris re- mained for a few day.s visit with the Harris family. TYLER BRIEFS The She.a families had their Christmas tree at the Bob Shea .home and also celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea's 25th wed- ding anniversary. C hristmas day the Ira Shoos drove to Lewiston for diImer with his sister, Mrs. dirmer with their mother, Mrs. John Johnson and family. Elisa Rosenau, Sunday. , The Bob Sheas went to Ken- Chris:tmas Day the Bill Ros- I newick to spend Cihristmas enaus ertercained the Charles I Day with :her parents, Mr. and Millers and Mrs. Ru'th Silver Mrs. Mannie Pace. of Medical Lake. Bob She,as had the Don Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peter- son attended a farewell dirmer at the E. V. B. church in Deep Creek Sunday. The ehurc,h is closing after servirg the com- munity since 1905. The Petersons and the Ron Robinsons dined with Mrs. Leta Berg and sons in Spo- kane Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Keith spent Christmas with their sons, Lowell, Gerald and Ott.o, at Post Falls. The boys vis- ited the Keiths earlier in the week. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jack- son held a huse warming party in their new :home Sat- urday evening with 31 gues:ts present. Their guests for Christmas dinner were Mrs. R. L. Jack- son, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Able- man, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Jack- son and family of Spokane. Saturday guests were Mr. Sheas for dinner Monday even- ing. Tile Don Sheas left Tue-I day f, or Nampa to e,nter the Nazarene College to s'tudy for the ministry. Before leaving they dined with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Max- well (her grandparents) in Spokane Sunday. The Jack Brown fa:mily were guests o,f her parents, Mr. :and Mrs. Hov,ard Buob, in Cheney Christmas Day. Mrs. Elmer Harris called on Mrs. Lucretia Knshuk Sun- day fternoon. Christmas guests ,at the Kon- shuk home were Hank Smidt and Albert Troe'del. Mr. and Mrs. Rezeau Plotts attended epen house art the home of Superintendent and Mrs. Joe Johnson in Reardan Sunday, then visited Mrs. Marshall News By Mrs. Lorraine Genii RI 7-9005 SISTER DIES IN Mr. and Mrs Ray Hill called to Medford, Ore., day ater Ctwistmas. Hill's sister died .ar,d al services were held The Hils returned home day morning. PERSONAL MENTIONS Peggy Smith left mr0rnmg by bus to few days in Tacoma with lyn Tarbet. Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Earls and children left South Carolina Where Earls will be stationed. James Barls is 'the the Arnold Praskys. Ken Eveson is home the holidays. He is Wenatchee Junior Christmas day fount George Cheerers several guests and mont. Gene Arrmd arid old Quintana phyed . guitars. Oher guests were Mr. Mrs. Petrie Dimico atd ily ,and Ron Mayfielfl. Edna Cheever Ice Capades show at Mrs. Murian "Milton iting in Kellogg, }dbo, her daughter. Mrs. makes her :home with Cheerer's family. Dirmer guests Day at the lay Hill 'home Roger Chrk arid family Lloyd Hill .and son Walter McMullen spertd a few days with fives in Wena,tchee. guests at the Plotts h, ome urday evening. Ed, who rio,ned in Hawaii, tures of his travels. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. were Friday dinner ,tbe Potts home. The John Hams, Mrs. St., Wilma Pl, otts Alice Holm.an shared mas Eve dirmer and of gifts ,at the Rezea,u o,me. hte s Mrs. Ham held a smlinto birthday party for her dSn. ter Kay's l lh birthday, e I lee IS 27. Guests were the glS l ,her class at 'the CaIah h, State College Separate sealed bid" pr o a]s are available for educa ci ontha al equipment and/or SUll by Eastern Washi'ngton of Col of.f'le(of th 2 rector of Purchasing, 1 121 Showalter Hall. ' uth Proposal forms may be tained at the above office.---- II i Jo F1oren,ce Lollis .in Spokane. T.T. Wa ,  Pa. Mr. and Mrs. George Lunch, Director of Purchas" Bill, Ed and Guy were dirmer (July 1, 1963-July 1, 19 'hn s T 0r (Test your current event i.Q.) [-! True [-I False The Fable Thirty-one per cent of the nation's influential citizens think rural electrics have contributed only moderately, or not at all, to the national welfare. This misconception was revealed in a recent nation-wide public opinion survey. The Facts Rural electric systems, financed by Rural Electrification Ad- ministration loans, have raised rural living standards, and reduced farm drudgery. Electrical helpers enable fewer farm- ers to provide an abundance of choice food for city tables. Rural demand for electrical equipment and appliances has created a new multi-million dollar market for industry, and improved employment opportunities. Equally important, adequate electric power in rural areas is speeding decentrali- zation of industry and rapid establishment of vital defense outposts. INLAND POWER & LIGHT CO. Inland Is Good for Spokane County We're proud to be one of nearly 1,000 locally owned rural electric systems contributing to our nation's welfarel