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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, 3anuary 22, 1965 Medical Lake News MOTHERS MARCH BRINGS $327 When the Motteas March Was over on&apos;Monday evening,: the woman lad collected $327. Mrs. Zelma Hayer, chairman o the Medical Lake drive, was p[eased with the .efforts put forth and the response gained. MRS. CHASE PASSES A veteran of 28 yeas at the two local sta, te institutions died last Jan. 14. She was born Dec. 21, 1895 and 'had been living at the.Sharon Arms. She first worked ,at Eastern ttospital and then went to Lakelatd where she was boy's supervisor. Since her retirement in 1960, e has been librarian ,at an Eptopal Church in Spokane. Her funeral was held en Satuvchy at Ball and Dodds. Honorary pall bear- ers were Lontie Lloyd, Casey Wright, Charlie Miller, WilYmm Spanjer, CMude @arner and Frznk Hendick. WRESTLERS WIN rITZVILLE MEET The Medteal Lake matmen gave their best performance of the season hen they won over Ritzvile 27-23. Th makes two wis in a row. The second h of .the leage sea,an begins at Ooax ext Saturday t 1 p. m. Medical Lake forfeited three weights with Ritzville at 105, 122 and 177. Tom Parker was pdmled at 114, Doug Olmstead von with a pin at 129 Bd Steve Gmf won a decision 4-0. At 140 Jim Emerson won a pin in the. first re,ud, t 147 I)wiht IAdell won a decision 4-0 ad Jhn Woodvard t with a decisO, of 8-6. n the 167 class Cag! Gx, ub won a 7-6 decision, Ed! Cambridge wzm a 4-1 dcision ! and heavy wght Dve IAdel! pinned 'his man n he Vhird roumt. By Katherine Holloway BASKETBALL SQUAD WINS FRIDAY NIGHT Kle Falls played be,re on Erday evemrg, ,1,osn to the Cavdirmls 74-58. Mar Agnew vas high man with 22 points. Al 12 boys played in 'the game. Larry Tarrant will be ost to the team because of moving away. The Oardmas lst to Colvilie St'urday evening 60- 39 with Bob Roll scorin, g 10 fc h, i gh. Ohewehh comes ere on Sat- urday ,a, nd Medical Lake travels to Deer PaTk on Friday. This m'akes five wins and three ss- es for the team, tieing them in third place. Medical Lake- 1936 latie Gru,be was im as wthy raaren of O. E. S. : Tuy eveig. Other offic-! ers ,are Caxl Grtrb, lnma Pil- lard, Charles E. Paterson, Ruby Gra% Opi0Ma Jecue, Maude Pi]flld, Cla Hagen, Li Pislback, Maxwaet Olsan,.Mar- garite Paterson, Verna Father- gill, ILmie Peteron, Arma TkiemenS, Teresa Pedigo, e hamboume, ba-tha Wilkes and C. E. Peterso. Funeml services were 'held Jan. 13 foe Fremont Pry, Who lived in Tyler 50 ,yer. He is survived by   , aud one d,hter, Mrs. Ethel Vetch. Ftwmrl rvia were hem J'an. 4 f.mm the Sgmgue earn- FROSH LOSE GAME AT ODESSA 48-35 Gary Bates ,and his frosh team traveled to Odessa on Monday to take a 48-35 beat- ing. Scoring were Clarence Glen with 26, Gary Black with l 8 and BiI1 tt.oga, n with 1. Dwight ! Freman played a good defen- sive game. The next scheduMd game is at Cheney on Peb. 2. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS On Tuesday evening the high sol, eel sextet emertained at the Chamber of Commerce meeting. Mr. Co,ners showed movies of the DeSailes football game arid Mr. Smith, peters shwed those o the Kettle Falls game. Mr. Van M, atre attended the Spokane County Secondary Prmcipzls meeting in Spokane an Wednesday. The Davenport debaters came here for a match on Thursday. Due to the days of school m}ssed the high school first se- mester has been extended one week, to end on Friday, Jan. 29. SemesCer tests will be iv- e,n J, an. 28 and 29 with report !cards coming out Feb. 3'. The county health depart- rneart will be ,at the 'kith school Feb. 3 at 1 p. m. with diph - theria d tetanus booster shots, smallpox ,and salk pio The ,high school winter con- cert wi, be lmld on Jn. 26 at 7:30 in the 'hiSh sChool. HOT LUNCH MENU MoBday  Creamed chip beef oR toast ctbs, celery sticks, buttered green beans, piweapple u, pside d<nv cke and milk. Tuesclay  Spa.nksh .rice, con- feti ,salad, peanut butter sand- wich, butterscotch Imdding and milk. We,desday  Turkey in gavy over pota)es, eofee bread and bread and butter, lettuce and pineapple saMd and milk. Thmsday  Noedies with pork, green beans, bread and butetr, peac:hes and peanut but- tea- cookies ad mlk. Prkhy -- F"h stick wRh tar- tar suce, baked poCatoes wRe kernel corn, bing cher- ries, bread and butter a,d ri'lk. CRAFT CLASS STARTED The craft css  meet in the old high schoo,l buildin o Jan. 28 at 10:30. Apron will be made. Bring a sack lnch. Ga a.nd Nel Olon. buflcLing a amw brooder house. Fotkergili was d i S/Sgt. Ray Andersm of BOx- as wovtby nmstr of the Mh-Iter Imspital Ira, a 20<lay fur- sonic lge. Other  are I louh and is visiting relatives ARca Pfl]mrd, W. W. ,Morman, [ ,h. uests at the Harold Fait Carl Cmb, C. H. , Mr. I nm,ne last week were er moYh- Foster, G. R. 't, Nes let, . Dimmy o O, Ore. fldmm, W, F.  J. M. laird a bmther Wid Dimmy of Farragut. Th's. Imhoff tins resigned her pi0ltlffl rat :the Camtodial slmol. munity church far Mrs. L. E. GreertwKl, 57, ormer S resideaf Mrs. Green- v.oed wa a dmtb.ter of Mr. aBd Mrs. John Brown, eerly pioneers af the HaFfrd dis- trict. Besides her ,husbard she s smwived by three chhters, Virgir md Flm'enee and Mrs. Alta SChultz and three sons Artlmr, Lew,s and Ross of Ty. le'. Mike Matoney, Rose Gbreth, Ray Ho'lday ,nd Car/lyn Abey. Mr. and Mrs. 3Mm Kimmel ,have pua'chased the Kleiner apavtannts. Mr. nd Mrs. Hov- ad Kleine ve moved to ,Yeewter, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. I.on Graver of i Juneau, Alaska, have soM their home here o,Mr. Van Hoose. ! Mr. Van Hoosier arm Mr. IVlav- rick ,me going irate the daic raishg . Th, ey ae Medical Lake -- 1945 Miss Doris Wise, daughter of Mr. mid Ms. Arthur Wise a n! Pvt. Joseph Heher were urtitd in marriage Jan. 13. ,MeScal Lake high school will presen the  play, "Big Idear Herbert," 3an. 31. The cast rclades Lee Arthm', Nick A,gtstinH, Jo Griffh, Berna- dine Robinette, Melvin Resor, Alice Sckafer, Ted Hussey, Catherine Reeves, Neil Parks, Mlical Lke  1955 T Club eected the ialtowing oicel's: Frances wesident; F_are Perhin, vice president; Evelyn Apical, sec and " ", Mc, treasurer. Ma's. tlle Ba'ow resident at the 'area sdnve 1889, died Jan 12 at the a,e of 98. Her Ims- bad peaced .away Jan. 26, 1925. Sttrviors are two @atfa- ters, Mrs. Maude Mull, Spo- kane, .md lrs. Omah Messen. ger, Medica, l Lake, and two sonS, Bea of Greencres and Sam of Medival Lake. The Rev. Lula Lajr of Bur- nie, Me., sper, t the weekend with her sister's faznily, the Bill Ctts ,,aad a , the laph Tysons. Epano}a town,hip elected the folovin*g affi.cers: Bryan Sloaf, supervisor for 3-years; Gordon Hed'gson, cerk; Dave Peterson, treasurer; Bob Sol verson, justice of peace; ttary Krell, constalMe, and Claude Beattie, pound master. FARM MACHINERY REPAIR CLASS SET Cards are in the marl to en- roll for the farm machinery repair chss which is to begin on Jan. 26 in the farm shop. Everyone is welcome to atend. There ,is a $3 fee to enroll in the Tuesday and Th,urs!day classes. They will begin at 7 p. m. arid en, d at 10 until MarCh 26. MRS. JUNE COLE GIVES BOOK REVIEW Mrs. Jue Cole reviewed the book "Summer Doctor" by Clmrles Knickerbocker on Wed- nesday at the omen's dub at Harrington. On Thursday she and Mrs. Esie Pelrsen attend- ed the Rel'ief Society party meetin'g at the home of Dr. Conrad Cox in Cheaaey. r- AG TEACHERS # MET i HERE JANUARY 9 Clalie Pa:kard, Cheney vo- caonM agriculture teacher, was host to the Northeast dis- trict vocational ariculture t eochers meet on Jan. 9. Dis- eussed were parliamentary ],o- eedtwe, public speakirg, the In- terstate Pair arid tlm Inl,ad Empire Education Ass'n. Two state supervisors attending we,re Oscar Laurence and Joe M agasose, both o,f the u,niver- sity. Instructors from Oolville, Deer Park, Riverside, Mead and Central Valley attended. AT THE CHURCHES A 1,arge crowd attended the f elowslip dinner held at the city kall and the ve,s;pers o:f the Assembly of God church o,n Monday evening. Rev. Winfield Hubbard was ordained on Sunday ,at t:he St. Johns cathedral in Spokane. A reception, was held ,at the Jewett house by the Medical Lake arid Cheney groups. TwiLight Crcle o,f the Cam- re,unity church wil] meet wi'h new officers o'n Jan. 26 at the home of Norma Secord. Young couples held a s'leigh ride Sunday. EASTERN STAR MEETS Loyal chapter OES meet Mon- day evering with the w'arthy matron and p'atron, Mr. and Mrs. William Durfe, e presiding. The initi,atory degrees were eonfeed on Mrs. Jene Flem- ing of Fairchild arid Mrs. Alice Roberts of Medical Lake. Mrs. Dora Brown joined the c'lvap- ter by affiliation. The worthy matron lmrmred the obl, igation and at1 34 mem- bers present repeated the vows a't the ,altar. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mor- gan aBd Mr. and Mrs. Don Wynia. At the next meeting i,n Feb- ruary the past patrorts and matrons of Loyal chapter will be honored. The OES social club me at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Dur- fee wth Mrs. lthel Commings es co-hestes's. Twenty members discussed plans for the s,m)r- gasbord to be held on March 6 at the Medical Lake high I school. TEACHER RETIREMENT TALKED AT MEETING The Medica'l Lake Effurcation Ass'n met Thursday at the elementary sehoot to discuss teacher retirement. Mrs. Her- man Miller was hostess for the meet. Coffee and dough:nuts were served. PERSONAL MENTIONS Rieh,ard Atldns w'as honored on his birthday by a dinner ,at the Don, Stites home. Other guests were the Atkines and Mrs. J. D. Walker. Mrs. Anna Murray spent the weekend with the Do,n Mur- rays in Colville. The Earl Swan,sons honored the ninth birthday (ff Pare Swanson on Sunday with a din- ner far Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swalmon and family and Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Gallinger of Spakane. Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Bud Staples were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Staples and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Moore and baby. On Sunday the Wilbur Staples and boys of Newport were guests. Errol Englis:h entered Fair- child 'hospital on Monday. The ay Woods visited the weekend with the O. T. Roe- hers in Sandpoint. The George Palmers attend- ed a luncheon at the Hank Jones home in Op,]ortunity h,onm-ing the 1958 pst mat- rons and patrons. Mrs. Oaroine Kueh'ne was a Monday dinner guest og Pe,al IQng. Rev. aml Mrs. Charles Bil- lups droe to Lewi, st'on Fridmy to attend the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. Beatce La, urence. Mrs. Jhn Sout, h entered VairchiM .hospital o Monday fr surgery on Tuesffay. Janet Aderholt of Impe.rLal Beach, Calif., is spendingli sev- eral weeks at the Alvin Plain home. Having Sunday dinner with the Pleins, Bruce and i Tuesday with and Mrs. D. H. The Milton day dinner guests De ,Imys a,t Plummet, the afterrroon hey atives and friends ,roan of skfing an.dl-l e ning. [olfe Mr. and Mrs. C. E.ay v tended the 62nd we _rks. versaxy of Mr. nd ] Ha McCoky at Trentcha Thursday. Surtday vi Mr. and Mrs. I. E. lqg .Lllwood. On Monlamily lay j'oined a group fJJz M birday of her me4 lrs. Minnie Pindail at th Bok, nursing home. Mr. and Mrs. Wi fee entertained office and '65 Loyal chap with a dirmer at t] on Sturday evening thy matron carried colors of tlm year w mums and pink ro ing candles of both  Mr..and Mrs. BO Janet were Mr. ,and Mrs. Rob- e Brown and Mr. and Mrs.' Harol, d Thompvn v S,okane. !last week from spen On Morrd, ay they attended a wee w,th her f,arr luneheen with Mrs. Brown, ni (eaniinued on "This year we're going to save some ill money That's a mighty good New Year's resolution - especially now that N B of C has AOLO increased Savings interest to q/with daily interest. At this new annual rate of 4% from day of deposit to day of withdrawal, compounded and paid quarterly, your savings work harder and grow faster than ever for you! No longer nd you deposit by a certain date to receive full interest. And should you need money you sacrifice no interest by withdrawing funds at any time. Here's another way to save in 1965 with higher interest. NB ofC Savings,Certifi, cates .'avail- able in amounts of $500 or more pay 4V4% per annum; with an initial maturity of 6 months, automatically renewable for successive 3 months periods. Earn 4 % with complete commercial bank service and convenience at NBofC, now marking its 75th year of service to the people of Washington State. Start the year right. Make this the year you resoh'e to save money! o fasl plu; lore de int, i diii MEDICal, IJIKE 0FFIOE: $;:120 Broad Street-DON R, W!lR.s/Manager t Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation observed her birth& m by having dinne,r ou Don Wynias and tJ :e Morgans. 1 Mrs. Dave Lunde r in the Sacred He after suffering a lu on her last trip ho |j Mamie Parmeter