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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, January 15, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway ling, toam games and small games. Kindergarten, first, second and third graders will begin at 10 o'clock, fourth, fifth and sixth graders from t1:30 until 1 p. m. ,and the sev-' enth, eighth and high school students from 1 p. m. until 3 p. m. Anyone desiring more information may call the high school where the cMsses will be held. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Danielson SANDRA MUSSER BECOMES BRIDE OF LARRY DANIELSON ON JANUARY 1OTH By Katherine Holloway Miss Sandra Kay Musser was ma,rvied or, Jan. 10 at the Com- munity Church in Medical Lake by 'the Rev. Billups to Larry iN%rman Danielso of Amber. A 1962 graduate of Medical Lake high school, Sandra }s the daughter of Mr. ,and Mrs. Os- car Musser of lspavla. Larry gradu, ated in 1962 from Che- nay high sctrool. He is the son of Mr. arLd Mrs. Hele Dael- son .of Amber. The cole will make their home on the m- fly arm. The bride, given in mavri,ge by hor aher, wre a gow of l'ustre satin and lave, vehich she designed and made ,her- sef. She carried a bouquet of orchids and epharmtis. Her maid-of ham)r, Roxie Grb, ad the bridesmakts, Sadi Sorersn and Terrie Musse, wore .street length gowns of red satan peau. They carried rmseys of white ehryne- mlms. David Babb Best Man David Babb was ,best man arm John usser ad Charle Olrer ushers. Wendy a(t Tom Mu,sser were candlelighters. The bride's mother wore a white crepe dress with red ac- cessories. The groom's mother wore a beige dress wieh navy blue aveessories. The bride's gra2dmother, Mrs. Shoaf, was atired in an ,olive gee dress and the groom's grarrdmother, Mrs. Fish, wore ravy bIue. Music was played by Sa'ndra Reitmeler with Betty Jackman singing "Because" a,nd "The Lord's Prayer." A reception followed at he city hail with Lila SwatS,on and tIelen Finson in charge. At the gift table were Dianna Van :Lehe ard Dixie Kukuk; at the guest book was Linda Van Leh, e; serving coffee was Myr- tle GhSgow ,and serving punch was Edna Peitmeier. The tbuv- tiered weddirg cake was dec- rated with .red roses ,by Jean McMilhn. It was served by Dorothy Kukuk and Ben Von Lehe. loxie Qrub and Mary Breae- man wore 'hostesses to a bridal shower on Tuesday evening at the Breneman lome honm'ing Sandra. MOTHERS WILL MARCH ON MONDAY EVENING The ,aftttal Jaratary M- ers' March or the Ma-h of Dimes will take p1ce on Jan. 18 wlen 25 marchers vsit the homes in the area seeNng eon- tributi0s for the figh against birth defects. Mrs. Dick Heyer, elaimna of the Medical Lake .rea, said the volunteers wouM be out between 5 aud 8 p. m. and res- idents have been azked to leave theix porch ligh on. The volunteers will leave return en- vetoges or re'dents who are not at home. The March of Dimes is al- ready (tog some lxmt the birth defec pro. It can do much more if every(me in Medical Lake will leet a rrmrehing m,her with a con- tribu2u. Volunteem w with M,rs. Heyer re'e: Doroffay Stll- lar, Lia Nones, Adellne O1- sen, Barbetta Ralhs, Hlen Barber, Ethel Botte, lta Imler, Sharon Le,Master, Geor- gine Kyle, Shoxon Rates, Nn- cy Peoples, Dome Cnners, Dixie Kukuk, Peggy Broys, I-Ielen lhrgott, Jeanne Rider, Betty .Mcgee, Diarme Heath, Alice Tyson, losemary Thom- as, Helen Fmson, Donna Mus- .r, Doris Winans and Mrilyn Cook. RECREATION PROGRAM BEGINS SATURDAY The Spokane coupty recre- ztion program will begin on Saturday, Jan. 16, and continue or nine Saturdays. The pro- gram will be mu:ch the same as the past year, with Gary Bates in charge, assisted by N,army UptagrMft, a physical edueation stude at F.a, sten College. The progran will have everything of interest to the children, including basketball, wrestling, tram, po, tumb- Medical Lake  1936 Mrs. LoueUa Lewis, dau,Rhter ef Mr. aml Mrs. Locke Le.s, was married to Chude A. Mora, son ,of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Morgan of Tyler, at the home of the brMe's ,parents at 10 a. m. on New Years dy. ,Miss Kak}een Thexton of Der Park and Darrell Graham of ne were married at the home of the Roy. G. H. SMuch at UniVersity Phce New Year's Eve. The .bride is a niece of M. Ruby Qray. The Rewly ppcted staff for the Medial Lake ,high selool papor are as folows: editor, Arthur Thiemes; as. sisant editor, Evelyn Morris, society editor, EIizabeth Wat- son and reporters, Ernest Bo- gart, Efleen GriffJth, Egene I-Iaelmey, Tom Powers, Bar- heal Anderson, Arley Heyer, Patrcia Thomas, Hazel Owens, Clifton Keene and Irene TesVh. Medical Lake- 1945 Can,didates initiated by Ly- ar] Cha.per, O. B. S. were Mrs. Ethel ae Sanders, Mrs. Edna Kuhrt, Fred Kuhrt, Mrs. Pa- tricia Rustemeyer, Mrs. Bar- bara Boyle, Mrs. Evelyn Ap- pel, Mrs. Pauline Quinton ad Ben F. Morgan. Miss Annie Kelly became a member by a:ffiliation. Mary Eccles, dauhter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lyman Eccles, placed ,high ,On the scholastic 'honor rol,1 at Eastern Wash- gton College of Education for a:lll quarter. r. ,and Mrs. J. M. J, ohnsn of Grated Coulee celebrated their 35th wedding amier- sary with a ,dinner party in Spokane. Attending were Mrs. ,lames S. Johnson, Mrs. A. E. J, ohrmon, Mr. and Mrs. War- rington, Lose Warringto, Bill 'Dieter nd Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lawson. Everett L. Fuller was insll- ed master of Ledge No. 102, F. &A.M. Mr. ,and Mrs. EMen Flaig! (Ctce Hamlet) of Spangle vlsR- ed Mr. and Mrs,. Fran Lleweflyn : Mday. Medical' Lake -- 1955 Royal Arch Mosos installed the following officers: Kenneth Tanner, Casey J. Wright, Jim Jon, os, George Turner, George Palmer, John Hill, Earl Swn- son, Marcus HiRes, Hem,an Smith Joe PickeCt, Ira Ledbet- t er and Roy A. Butts. Officers installed by Siloam Re:belah lodge were Mary Smith, Florence Sulld,'van, Ollie Henning, Virgie Carl, ElSie Svenson. A city caucus has Seen eaUed for Jan. 20 to nminte two councilmen for tvo years, one councilman for one ye,av and the mayor for four years. Gary Glasgow celebrated his ninth birthday Jan. 8. Correction: Edria G'arner'.s name was omitted as treasurer 04 World War I auxiliary in' last week's p'aper. DEBATERS DUE NEXT THURSDAY The Riverside debate team won over Medical Lake last week. Davenport will come here for a matc:h on Jan. 21 WRESTLERS WIN OVER COLVILLE ' The Medical Lake wresthng team won over CoviKe on Sat- urday 31-21. They started off with a forfeiture iof 10 p,oknts in the 105 and 122 weig'hts. Jerry McCovmich in the 114 weight won wth a pn in the third round, Doug O}mstead a 129 had a pin in the first rou,nd, Keith Graf at 140 won with a decision 7-6 and Harry Crssman lost with a pin at 135 pounds. Jim Emerson won with a 12-2 de,cJsion at 147, John Woodveard ,at 156 won a pin in the third round and Ed Cambridge at 191 won a pin in the second round. Heavyweight Dave Liddell at'so won with a in. Losing were Dan Turn- hough with a 3-2 decisi, on at ]67 pounds and Craig Grub ,at 175 in a 4-3 decis,Lon. R.izville will come bore for a match on Saturday at 1 p. m. MRS. LUNDER HOME FROM SACRED HEART Mrs. Dave Lunder has return- ed from Scred Heart ho,s'pital where she sp.er, t some time at 2 o'c}ock. Delating for Med- /olliwing a broken back. She ical Lake will be Kathy Ser- wishes to thank the Medical pines, David Ralvhs, Bill Ha- Lake ambulance and for tak-, san ,and Steve Durham. ing her 'to the sos,pitat ,a,f,er :her fall =and also for the return trip home. She is in a body cast FRIDAY NIGHT from her neck to her hps. GAME CANCELLED Espanola News By Katherine Holloway OFFICERS INSTALLED The Friday night ball game with Selkirk was caucelled be- cause of the bad wencher. On Saturday the ardinals lost to Newport in a close overtime game. It was tied up at 54 and when Medical Lake missed their foul sh, ots, Newport surg- ed ahead. Scoring high were Larry Tarrat with 15, Butch Denton 14 and Mar Agnew 13. Kettle l%lls will eeme here on Friday night and the team will travel to Coville on Satur- day. FROSH HAVE FIRST VICTORY The fvosh team, coached by Gary Bates, won its first vie- tory lst week over Chewelah here 36-27. Sear'rag tli,gh were Bill Hogan with 14 pots and Clarence Glen with 13 pus 18 rebounds. They held he Che- w,elh team to .nine pts af- ter tke half. The team lost to Deer Park 3'4-30. Medical Lake was ahead 30-20 at the heginng of the last quarter but just couldn't stop them from 'scorh,dg from then on. They were 'leered by a hck of lIayers, with Gary Blavk, one of the adg sear- ors, being ill. Hogan mid GSen each scored 12 with Deml HI- liday phyirg a good detmsive game. BOOK REVIEW SET FOR PTA The Parent Teacher meeting for Jannary wl be held on the 18th with a bok review sched- uled for the program. Father Kach will review ,his book, "How Silendy, '' about Medital Lake and the early dy seS tles and their problems. HOT LUNCH MENU Morday- Spaghetti with meat ,sauve, l, ettuee wedge with ],000 ISland dressing, tm French bead, purple plums and milk. Tuesday -- Old Sas'ormd bean soup with cra, ckers, to- matoes, whole Wheat muffins with butter, applesauce and nlk. VCednesday Sliced roast I beef, potatoes with--, roas gravy, I diced icarrots, ,hot roll and but- ] ter, fruited gelan with milk. [ Thu.say -- Chili beans, corn bread, butter ad honey, carrot sticks, pears and milk. Friday- Tuna heese btm- wick, maecaroni sakl, dill pickle, cherry pie and milk. AT THE CHURCHES The Community elmreh will take in new membem at he Jan. 17 woship services. A coee hour will be he hen- orkg Mr. and Mrs. C2mrlesl lobertson arid Mr. and Mrs. William Metz. Little Thn'ohy Robertson will be dedicated a the service. Lyre a, rde, the year old daughter of Mr. 'ad Mrs. Per- ry Ahtf  , was 'baptised on Sn- day ,movnirg at the St. John's Lutheran church in Medical Lake. Her great grandmothex, Mrs. Ab Griffith, was her spon- sor. A dina,er o11oed at the Griffith home wih he Bud, Perry and Ernest Alf famil- ies present. The Assembly of Qod Fel- lowship dinner will be hed on Mortday, Jan. 18 at 5 o'clock. There wi be evangelism meet- ings at 2:30 and 7:30. TEMPERANCE DAY TO BE OBSERVED Temperance ,and God Cti- zenship day wl be observed on Jan. 16, as dec,l'aed by Qov. Rosellini Grade school teach- ers stress the val, u e of good citizenship. The chdre,n learn of good rules a,nd regulations and what they mean. GAME CANCELLED The seventh nd eighth grade basketball ffa.rne sched- ul'e,d for Friday of last week had to be canceilled. This Fri- day they will travel to Sunset for a game at 3 p. m. PERSONALS Bastern Star Social club will meet with Evelyn Durfee on Friday evening with Ethel Cu, mmirgs as co-hostess. The Clarence Dobbins re- turned Thursday frown a weeks trip to Railings, Mont., to visit the Joe Love family. Weekend guests at the Sid- ney Johnsons were the R.alph .Clflins of Sea, pose, Ore. iMr. ,and Mrs. Tony Sove n,so,n of PuyaRup and Mr. Bv.le were Sund, ay dimu, er gu,,ests at the MiIton Kukuk home: They re- The Espanoh Gra,ne o,ffic- ers turned out 100 per cent at Four Lakes Grange on Friday to be insta, lled ,alon wth those officers. Short business meetings were held by each Crange following the installa- tion. Following the Jan. 22 meetin,g a film will be shown titled "Birth Defects" ,s a part of the March of Dimes. drive. Each family is asked to don,ate a pie for the sup,per. MEN INVITED TO DINNER The husbands and families of the Espanola Women's club are invited to a potluck dinner at 12:30 at the grange ,hall on .]an. 20. New ,officers for the coming year ,are: president Edna teit- meier; vice president Luella Kuhn, and secretary-treasurer, Ollie Henning. The Oarv Webteys drove to Mo},es Lale on Saturday to visit with the John Leslsers. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rear- meier attended the "North of the Sun" picture at the Cola- Serum Tlmrsday evening. Monday evening visitors at the Frank Selfridges were Mr. mained after the Musser-Dan- ielson, wedding to spend the night with the Kukuks. Mrs. Margaret Ketc,hner vis- ited on Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller in Spolne. Mrs. Clarence Hennn.g re- ceived word ,of the death of her mother, Mrs. Lang. They attended the funeral on Mon- day wih Larry bei,ng one of the grandchildren to act as Fal'lbearers. M. E. Browr fell a week ago Sunday a,nd broke his: arm at the elbow. and Mrs. Don Lambert and Saturday in the Dan of Cheney. and Power buil Saturday evening visitors at kane. Jack the Frank Selfridges were Mr. grange overseer,, and Mrs. Bob Rodgers of C,he-lafternoon and ney. ins. There was a Saturday supper guests at the George Meserves were the Melvin Carmen family o Otis Orchard.s. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Will:ms and family and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Willms were Sunday dinner guests of the Dave Hen,nings of Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kirk and family left on Monday for Pom- eroy where he teaches. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorens,on of Tacoma were weekend vis- a'tars ,at the Oscar Musser h.ome. On Thursd,ay the Gordon Hodgsans, Mac Sathc and irene Roscn,au were lunch guests of Mrs. Scott Itanson and Mrs. Catherine Itanso,n at tl'ekoa. The Ernie Morarty family were Tuesday dinner guests at the Don McCandles:s home in Chancy. Katherine Holloway and girls were Tuesday evening visitors at the Elmer Harris home at Tyler. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner Windsor Grange cancelled its meeting last Wednesday eve- ning due to the deep snow. Mr. and Mrs. De'llie Adair and daughter April have re- turned from Texas where they visited Mrs. Adair's relatives. Mrs. James Sweet arrived home from Glasgow, Mont., where 'ghe visited Iher hus'band for a ,month. Mr. Sweet is sta- tio,,ed 'at the Glas,gow Air Force base. Pomona mast Ray Cihris- tersen ,held ,his annual m, aste and wives crfl meeting last SAVINGS ACCOUNTS EARN With daily interest from day of deposit to day of withdrawal, compounded and paid quarterly, your savings now work harder and earn more. Now is the time to add to your account or start saving at this higher rate at your nearby NB of C office. if. K. |lab0p, VICE PRESIDENT Prealdent, E. g. Bishop Lumber Company Prentice gloedel Director, MacMillan, Bloedel & Powell Rlvkr Umlted ]Homer L. ItETIRED CI-[AIRMAN OF "rile BOARD lulrlea J. BronEktan IBroushtofl Land Company dwerd $. Campbell President and General Manager, florthwastern Glass Company NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE of Seattle December 3 I, 1964 RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks. $140,042,673.52 United States Gov't Securities. 101,780,625.37 Federal Agency Securities. . 8,185,520.39 $250,008,819.28 State and Municipal Securities ....... 60,017,261.76 Loans and Discounts- net ....... 410,396,654.06 Federal Reserve Bank Stock ....... 1,200,000.00 Banking Houses and Equipment ...... 13,512,528.72 Other Real Estate ......... 919,944.19 Interest Earned-not collected ...... 3,654,725.03 Other Resources .......... 2,712,265.85 Customers' Liability for Acceptances . . . 9,620,369.25 $752,042,568.14 LIABILITIES AND CAPXTAL Deposits .......... --. -- $676,557,748.05 Federal Reserve Bank-Deferred Credit . . , 7',649,059.03 Unearned Income . . . .... 5,226,697.39 Acceptances Outstanding ........ 9,620,369.25 Accrued Expenses and Other Liabilities . . 4,817,087.36 Capital ....... $ 14,000,000.00 Surplus ........ 26,000,000.00 UndWided Profits . . . 8,171,607.06 ,48,171,607.06 $752,042,568.14 This statement includes Medical Lake Office deposits of $1,729,404.24 MEDICAL LAKE OFFICE DON R. WINAN$ Manager Maxwell DerlSn PRESIDENT Glenn CarrlnLrton President, Glenn Csrrlnston & Company Darrah Cerbet Chalrmanz smith-BoRer MfJL Corp. Director merltua, BoeI ;opany Dean H. Eastman Vice President and Western Counael, Borthem Pacific Railway Company A. W. Fatal[her Keith G. Fllklm Chairmen of the Board, Marine Bancorporatlon NA$IOHAL at 6 p. m. and Mrs. Guest Grange attended seslsion. Lawrelce t WSU, Pullman, This is his se'eond a graduate .of lege, where he dent Among those Sunset Grange the Carnation Tuesday afternoon" and Mrs. Fred and Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Walter Kern, Vallie aide Larse.n ,and Everette in his home in the deep sn,ow is oiling uncertain on iads. The sad news of Decker or Eddie 21, being arrested Spokane for came as a big who know him in Eddie was in .an a ccident near years ,ago and has outs at times ever pe.cially when a ffvaduate of the school near where grew up. He has ,h and bad headaches I years. IEEP !k!- i _N: iiiiiiiiiiiiip!illii!!i:i1!;  ........ 14% SAVINGS CERTIFICATES EARN Here's the new way to receive higher interest on savings of $500 or more. NBofC Savings Certi- ficates, with an initial maturity of 6 months, are hNNUA], automatically renewable for successive 3 months II INTEREST pedods. Higher rate starts from day of deposit. DIRECTORS Richard E. Fuller President, Seattle Art Museum Chairman, Northwestern Glass Company Wylie Hemphill President, HempMII Brotherl, Inc. : Henry D. Isanseon PrnMent, ISHCSOn Iron Works Gre|| C. MacDonald President, D. K. MacConald & CO. Eean S. McCord Kerr, McCord & Moen, AttoSylHlt-UIw Or. A. H. Meadowcroff Director, Washlnston Title Insurance Co BAHI{ 0 Bernard B. Pelly Balfour Chemical Director, Andrew Price, Jr. EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT President, otto R. Babel Director, Star Machinel RussMI S. Walt, Balfley Wrl|ht Director, KING Broadcastln Director, MecMillan, Pewell River Limited Howard N. WriEht President, Howard S. Wright