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Page 6 Chancy Free Press Friday, January 17, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Nancy Osterhout Heads M. L. Job&apos;s Daughters The lmblic msta2,aion of officers of Beghei 0. 26, In- terna'tional Order of Job's Daughters, was held Dec. 15 at the I. O. O. F. hail a't two o'clock. Terri Musser, retiring ,hared Queen, presided. The cerenmny took pl.ace in "A Bethel Grden of Roses," with Queen Nancy Osterhout's col. ors beizg silver and white. The queen is the dmghter of Mr. and M_vs. Ernest Osterhout. Lie officers im]led were: honored queen, NancT; senior princess, Bey I-Iavmo; junior prmce., Cayle Ostevhou't; guide, Karen Tonki; marshal, Dalene Weiss. Fmet was by Pameh JoTnes, a solo- ist, ,and Smlra ReRrneier'at the piano. She akso was the in- slaIBng musician. A reception f11wd with Ma, s. T. Harmon, Mrs. O. Mttsser and Mrs. S. Tonkin assksng. &all Smith was ha charge of the guest book. REBEKAH LODGE INSTALLS OFFICERS Mabel Sheaf was installed as Noble Grand t a public iralhth at its lll on Jan. 6. DaLai L. is the new vice gracl; Vgil Carl and Joe Weborn, record'rag and finan- Slicks Club To Have Banquet 'Slicks Car Club will hold installation of ffirs at a banquet Satur@ay evening, Feb. 1, at the Medical Lake City Hall Officers 'are Gary Fie president; Larry Brenaman !vice presidert and Darnell CgsweH, secretary. This group of ymmg men de- vo'tes spare time to raising funds for civic projects. They also work in gruups to keep their own cars in 'top shape. FORMER RESIDENT DIES Fred Piper, who was born in 1887 and hd lived in the Medical Lake cormnunity for over 50 years, died Jan. 6 in acouver at the home of his brother, Jay Piper. He is sur- vived by another brother, C. E. Piper, in California, and a sister, Mrs. Nora Thompson, in Iowa. Se was frmery em- ployed t Lakeland Village. Mrs. piper died over .a year ago and he las been in Van- couver .since. He was buried with a graveside service a't the Riverside Cemetery on Jan. 10 with Ray. Billups of- secretaries, .ad Elsie ficiating. Pallbearers' were Svea,san, treasm'er. InsSallinglMik e Glasgow, Elza Ferrell, otficers were Oliie Harming, H.all Giasav, C O. Nicholson, Lic Moore, Flarence Sulil- Robert un .and Lewis van, Audry Webb, Amelia Cf. Crab. fith, Donna Musser mad Daisy Leis. ,ramie Paraneter, de,p- uty nneian, Iflayed for the iation. On the pro, ram were Wen- dy  with a  selec- tion, Betty Jvcknm Who sang several nembers, Ged by Dorothy IriSh. Retirg Nb1 Grand Gladys hubert ws presented with a jewel and a corsage by Monde Pil- lm, d. Visitors joined in with a emg and the benedictima. RESTAURANT OPENS M.r. and s. Jack Bener hae opened "Ann's Ce" dun the past week. They are ikmerly of the Recreation Base at Clear Lake 'and hve had mmty yea experience i the restaurant business. They plan ,to make their h(me in .the apavlmm conectod to the cafe. We wish them much sucees in th verm should benefit al of Medical Lake. BABY'S BORN Pvt. and ,rs. Ronald Baker are the pareltS of a son, Paul Christapher, born Jan. 5 at Fach al. The 8 pou, nd 8 ounce bay will join a sister, Cogeen, at e home. hem at Fairchild, a bey, to Airmaxt 2ad class and Mrs. Daniel Crothers of Med- ical Lake. TEMPERANCE DAY OBSERVED Temperance Day will be ob- served ,at the Medical Lage Grade School Jan. 16, as pro- claimed by Governor Rod. Or this day, vthieh bhegan in ]923, [he 'teachers will em- pze 'the vaie of temper- ance and good citizenship. CONCERT PRESENTED The junior haz, under the directioa of James R. Thorn, preserted ,the grade school pupils in concert on Thursday evenmg for interested parents arid friends. EASTERN STAR MEETS Eaern Star Lodge met on Monday evening. The star Clb will meet on Friday eve- ge (tonig) at 7:30 at the and almen of EmAly Perldn. Medical Lake Churches ST. JOHN LUTHERAN Rev. Wayne 01, lm.tor Morrdng nervices 11:16 Sunday School, 10 a. m. Women of the Church. first Wed- eaday, 1:a0 P. m. ASSEMBLY OF COD C_URCH Ray. Harris Shane Sunda,, school, 9:4G s. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sunday, young people, 6 :$0 p. m. Sunday evening service. ' z45 p. m. Wednesday prayer service, '/:45 l>. m. COMMUNITY CHURCH Hey. Charles Billupa, pastor Church School, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Evening ervlce Sunday 7 to 8. Youth Service Sunday 6 to 7. Bible Study Wed., 7:S0---8:s0. ST. TIMOTHY'S EPISCOPAL Rev. E. J. Mason, Vleal" Gilbert A, Scrlven, Lay L-ler. First and third Sunday, 4:80 ; remain- ing Sundays, 11 a. m., Communion served first Sunday ate4:80 ; Srd a Thulday_rm fol- lowing third Monday, 8 . Evening prayer, 4:30 8rd Sundays; morning prayer, 2nd, 4th and th Sun- lays, 11 a. m. ST. ANNE'S CATHOLIC cHURCH Rev. E, J. Kowrach, payor Sundays 8 a .m.--Lakeland Vtllag. 0 . m.--Chuh: 7 P. m.---Ohureh; Daily--Y:30 It. m.--Church. tIoly Day--7:80 a. m. al :80 P. m. Chureh. Conflon-7 to R p. m., Satorda Chlldzn's rollIon essses--Monday M PTA WILL SEE FILM The Parent-Tearhers Asso- eia'ti, on will meet on My, beginning 'at 8 o'clock. Under business will come the electing of a 'third vice predet and a presentation of legitien. A fi, lm will be Shown, "Time Pull the Trigger," a timely report on *he effects of to- baceo on th ,uman body. On Ja. 1 at 7:30 a tanrer film wi1 be showrt with doctors at. "'ble  wer questions. "Life Story" wffi he ,xxwn under the auspices of th Spo- kane unit, nd is of interes't to bath men end women. HOT LUNCH MENU Moaday  Meat sandwich, lettuce wedge with 1000 ".,and dressing, green beans, black- berry cottage pudding and milk. Tuesday  Meat ].oat, mus- tard .and catsup, 'baked peta. 'to, buttered asparagu& tapioca pudng and milk. Wednesday- N<mdies. with bum, whole wheat roils and butter, bea, orange jello and milk. y -- Oven fried chicken, mashed potoes with chicken gray, diced peas and carv0s, bread  butter, apricots and milk. Friday -- Macaroni ad cheese casserole, slaw .end pple saMd with Lavina's dressing, bread and butter, peaches and milk. RECREATION PROGRAM The winter recrea'tion pro- gram, sponsored by he Spo- kane County parks aml recre- ,atiou dopartme, will begin on Saturday, 5am 18, and will irmlude each Satuay up to and including March 7. Regis- tration will be n the ,high sclmol gym bbeginning with the third grades hrou, gh the fifth at 10 o'clock. Then grades six through eght will register ,at 11:30 with the high school students beginning at 1:15. This winter program of indoor activities and minor sports is open to I students in the district and will be under the direction of Jim Van Matte and Sharon Gra- VOS. FFA NEWS The Medical Lake Futore Farmers of America met on Monday evening to .discuss four points of ,business. Craig Certb presided in the absence of Damt Jansen. Phns are be- ing made for the N, ational FFA meek in Febrtmry, prepara- tions being made er the spring banquet, basketball games for recreation and coasidering a boy for the Rankers Award that is to be given. On Tuesday Dana Jansen at- ,tended the Medical Lake Edu. cation association meeting at Lakehnd Village and present- ed their president, Dennis Warren, with a avel and block to ecourage practicing better parliamen,tary proced- ure practices. BASKETBALL RESULTS The Cardinals won all their games this past weekend. On Friday they won over New- port 67-32 ,and on Saturday they bee's Kettle Falls 66-58. The junior wasiy ale0 won both games. Tonight (Friday) they will travel to East Valley. Saturday night Cheney will come hexe. Game ".times are 6:30 and 8 p. m. The following weekend the Cardinals will phy Deer Park and Calville. The frosh team defeated Deer Park ,ast week 31-16. They played Odea on Tues- day arid will play Liberty here at 4 o'elock o Monday. Ne Thursday will find Rosalia here for a game. SEMESTER ENDS The Semester will end on the 244h which brings tests d.ays on the 22, 23, arrd the 24th with two major tests each day. Second semester work starts on Jan. 27. P. T. S. board meetirg was hem in Mr. Van Mtre's office on Thursday evening. Tuesday afCer school the teachers of the district met at Lakeland Vi'hge for heir monthly meeting to hear a speaker on "Marital Retarda- tiort." DEBATE TEAM LOSES The debate team, under the direction of Mrs. Jamisen, hopes to even up their wins mad losses next Tuesday when they will meet Harrington aere a't 2 o'el, ock. The question, which is the same the nation over, wiU ,be "Resolved That The Federal Govermnen't Should Provide Complete Med- ical Care For All Citizens At Public Expense." The team 0ot by one poiat at Daven- port hst week, giving them a score of three w.ns and five losses in ths fLvst year of cempetitative debate. Mter this firal debate the team will spend time preparing for an invitational tournament for noviees at WhitworCh Oollege ,and possibly for (me at Gon- zaga. Some work WIU be done on extemporary speaking. I CAROL GIMMERIG MARRIES Jan. 7 was the wedding date of Carol G'hmmerg a,ad Mick- eal. ,asong of Yakima. Carol is the <hugh'ter of Mr. aad Mrs. Art Gimmerig and Mick- eal 's the son of Mr. awd Mrs. John ,lssoag of Yakima. He was just recerfly discharged from ,the Army and plans to .attend Perry Institute in Y'k- ima where he will study to be .a electrieian. They will make their home there. CHURCH NEWS Amelia Griffith was hostess for the Fher CJrv.le of the SL John's Luthera Church on Wednesday aterno0. : On Monday evenirg the Mary Mgd'Mene Circle of the same church met at he home o Mrs. Vernon McMasters. This eveniv,g gvottp ,has grown ] .to 12 members. PaCt Selridge I is the ,newest member. Their [present undertaking is to im-] >rove 'the .a:]*ar of the church. I Women of the guild of the ;t. Timothy's Episcopal Church have elected officers for the coming year. Barbara Bacon was elected presiden't, Evelyn Durfee vice presiden't, Mrs. Rocklissberg seceders, .arid Ruby Butts treasurer. Plans are being made for a .potluck at the City I-Ia11 on Jan. 27 with Ann Somaeborn as cairma. ,, Rev. Bilups will speak on Mixed Marriages" at this Sun- day's service a the Commun- ity Church. The youth group of the church met 'hst Sunday with Norman Morse leading the devotions. For this Sunday a paren't,youth mee,tivg is panned, from 6 o'clock until 7. New fficers of the Ladies Aid of the Ck)mmtmity chreh are as folws: ArzeUa lnillips, president; Ah'ce Bail, vce pres- ident; Lilac Moore, secre+vary and Lura Palmer, reasurer. WRESTLERS LOSE Gerald Conners' matmen lost to Ritzville ,Friday 30-25. NOTICE There Will be a FIRST AID course start- ing January 28, 1964 at 7:30 p. m. in the Medical Lake City Hall. Anyone interested is welcome to attend. There is no charge for this course. , j17-24 JOB'S DAUGHTERS INSTALLED--Pictured from left to right, Mary Malone, Susy Parks, Diane Cambridge, Teresa Brewer, Dalene Weiss, Pat King, Beverly Harmon, Sharon Tyson, Nancy Osterhout, Alice Holler, Gayle Osterhout, Shellie Mills, Karen Tonkin, Mary Lou Denn, Ann Harding and Linda Von Lehe. This margin, of victory ,left ,a injury for Medical Lake. Ed Rose at 175 pounds lost his mach by default, aer collid- ing with ,,hs opponent. Dick Jenness, 'at 106 on with a pin in 'the first round, also Dick Fulseth t 130. Jim Emerson ,a't 154 won a third rouad pin arid George Tressa received a draw in the last round. Dave Lidell won a de- ciaio at heavy,taUght. Most exciting of the maches were those of Ronnie H assirger at 127 when ,he los with a el.ose decision, 'and tlat of 148 pound arvey Saxby who lost with .a decision in the last few secords. The Deer Park match on Thursday everfig brought a osing score of 41-8 for the Moal Lake tem. Coax will wrestle ,here on Tharsday everfing and on Satttrday at 1 o'cl,ock Medical Lake goes to West Va, 'l:ley. PERSONAL MENTIONS Vsiting with the Irvin Im- hoffs .on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. M. Harter and family of Spokane and heir house guest, Mrs. Ed Before of New- port, Vt. Mrs. Opal Adams is spend- ing scene time with her dauglter in Spokane ,aSter be- irg in the hospital. Arlie Barter is also in the hospi'tal, folloaving surgery. Mr. and Mrs. John Hemfing .spent several days this past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob H,olten at Washtucna. The George Palmers visited with Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Ped- erson .arid f.amily at Fairchild on Sunday afternoon. FROM THE PAST Medical Lake  1934 Robert A. Wilson f Spakane installed the following Ma- sonic officers: J. M. Wilkes, Joe Bednoschek, G. H. Fother- gill, W. W. Moorman, Carl Brub, N. W. Brown, Harry Wilkes, W. F. Pillard, R. D. Thiemens, Jack Bench, T. W. Pedigo and Dr. W. E. Cou, nelly. O. E. S. officers installed were Marie Heath, F. J. Wat- son, Martha raltap, C.G. Thiemens, Anna T, heimens, Nell Bednoschek, Jean Brown, Neva D,averoort , Barbara Grub, Lottie Morgan, Jessie Reid, Esther GoMback, Lida Vishback and A. C. Morgan. Mrs. Elma Detan was c!ho- sen leader of the Carte Lake 4-H club. Members are Doro- thy Adams, Lucia ly Owen, Vernice and Faye Detllian. 1944 The Lutheran ciety served cookies as hostesses at the Service center in Hostesses'were A Edith Wies, Henrie.a Ole Lloyd, Margie Fanne Woven, Irene Myrte Teseh, Lyr&a Lueila Svenson, Dol and Savallah WiRms. Mrs. Anna so.ld .her StoTe and at Espanola to Mr. Clayton of Vancouver. : Mary E.l,izabeth and Earl Eccles were 25 named on the (continued on .: :4 5 ,. :!$!::i:i ill:;:! i !ii!iiiiiiiiiii00 ................ T.T:: > .....:.'...,: .......,.. ........ , .?..f ' N NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE of Seattle December 31, 1963 RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks.. $119,499,$98.52 United States Gov't Securities. 100,455,146.E9 Federal AgencySecurltles.. .. 5,761,867.27 $22,716,612.68 State andMunlclpalSecurlties.. . 60,944,944.03 Loans and Discoun|s--net.... s 80,335,675.26 Federal Reserve Bank Stock . . e 1,110,000.00 Banking Houses and Equipment s 133S1,425.76 Other Real Estate ...... s a #117,998.70 lnterestEarned-natcollected .... . 152,797.04 Other Resources ........ $,437,786.08 Customers' Liability for Acce.cnces ..... 6,902,315.26 63,369,554.81 LIABILITIES ,ND CAPITAL Oepo,,t, .... "'''C Federal ReserveBank-Deferred re t , . . Unearned income, . . . , . . . Acceptances Outstandlng... . . . . . Accrued Expenses and Other Liabilities.... Capital. . . .  . o . $ 12,000,000.00 Surplus ....... . 26,000,000.00 Undivided Profits. . . 7,468,822.1 45,468,822.15 O _ J| $693,369,554.81 This :ta;c,'r;nt includes Medical Lake O'ce deposits Of $1,679,350.07 EDICAL tAKE OFFICE 627,367,059.39 ,601,192.85 4,881,770.72 6,005,708.92 4,045,000.78 DON R. WINAr!S Manager GET FOUR EXTRA PAY DAYS ANNUALLY-The Easy Way Now is the time to start saving regularly at National Bank of Commerce-and watch your money roll up its sleeves! Daily bank interest of 3V2 per cent is compounded and paid quarterly, Open a savings account now.., one of the more than 70 financial services available at the N B of C office near you. DIRECTORS E. K. Bishop, VICE PRESIDENT President, E. K. Bishop Lumber Company Prentice Bloedel Director, MacMillan. BI0edel & Powell River Limited Homer t. Beyd RETIRED CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Charles I. arouBhton Proughton Land Company IMward S. goanhell President and ;eneral Manager, Iorthwestem Glass Company MLtell Carla011 PRESIDENT Glenn Carrlngton President, Grann Carrington & Company Darrah Corbat Chairman, Smith-Burger Mf$. Corp. Director Emeritus, Boeing uompany Dean H. Eastman Vice President and Western Counsel, Northern Pacific Railway Company A, W, raraghar Keith IL Fiskell Chairman of the Board, Marine Bancorporatlon Richard E. Fuller" President, Seattle Art Museum Chairman, Northwestern Glass Company Wylie Hemphlll President, Hemphill Brothers, Inc Henry C. Icoacoon President, Isaacson Iron Works BregB C. MacDonald President, g. K. MacDonald & Co. Evan S. McCord Kerr, McCord & Moan, Attorneys-at-Law Dr. A. H. Mcodowcroft Director, Washington Title Insurance Co. Bernard B. Pelly Senior Vice President, . _ Balfour, Guthrle & go:, Ltd, Andrew Price, Jr. EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT President, Marina Bancorporatlon NB00C otto R. Rabel Director, Star Machinery Company Gordon N. Scott Director, Pioneer Sand & Gravel Company Russell $. Waltz Chairman, Consolidated Dairy Producta Company Bagley Wright Director, .KING Broadcastlng Compant Director, MacMillan, Bloaqll k Powall River Limited Howard H. Wright President, Howard $. Wright & Co,, In, NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE