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Page 6 , 1964 s n e Claude Seattle was re-elect- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Pet- FILM TO BE SHOWN The Medical Lake Elemen- tary School PTA w]l sponsor, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Helen Finson, the Cancer Society's film, "Life Story" Jan. 31 at 7:30 in the muRi- purpose room.  film, un- der the auspices of  No- timbal Canzr 'Society and the Spokane unit, will have a doc- tor in .attendance .to answer any questions. Th is a pa of the PTA program and will be shown as a service o the community. OFFICERS INSTALLED World War veterans of Bar- racks No. 2963 insta&led offic- ers Jan. 14 at the City Haft. Installing officers were district cmmarder W. W. Vandevoff Buddy Albert Sohreiber and Buddy Pay$on tIamlton, as sergeant of arms and chaplain. James W is the com- mander, Harry IAndzM, senior viee-eommaadex ,and James Gvier jor vice-commander. Other zdYicers are George Pal- mer, qtmrtermaster-adjutant; Joseph C,selrrmn, c:lmplai.n; CAaude Garner, judge advo- cate. Sergeant at arms is Ray- mond Fox. Trustee for s three- year term will be Claude Mace. The ,hdies auxiliary to the barracks held elections ,and in- staShion the same evevJng. Their presidett is Lure Pal- mer. Emma Thiemens and CAava Mace are senior ad jun- ior vice-presidents; Edna Gar- rr is ireasurer; lartha Mil. let, chaplain; Ru,h Williams, conductress, ,and Alice Fox gtmPd. M.avie Larson was elect- ed ,as tastee for one-year and Ema Grier r two years. SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Men,lay--Grade school-- Hot dogs, eaU00p, picldes, buttered peas, potato chips, dixie cups and .milk. High ,school---Pizza, Sandwich- es, celery sticks, green: beans, fruit and mi, lk. Tuesday -- H. . -- ad grade  meau  be reversed fl-om Mondsy. Wedneschy --  onion, ravy bean sou, esackers, med mat muffin lmtter, cheese ctbes, f.rut jello and milk. p000000espork slic- es, mashed gr,ar, jelo vgetaMe salad, bread and lmCter, rice pudding and mik. Friday- Mtmhroom tuna treadle, j.]y sandwiches, toss ed green sal, dressing, milk. RECREATION PROGRAM The winer recreation pro- gram at the high school gym- mum got urder way last St- urdy. This program of minor sports, rays, tumbling and gymnastics will continue on Saturdays through March 7. Students in the rd hvough fith grades will pwticipe at 10 o'clock, sixth through edghCh grades t 11:30 and the high school at 1:15. BASKETBALL G.AME SET The seventh and eighth gde basketball team will play at Windsor school today. Char}es Van Stone .coaches the squad. CARDINALSE SECOND The Cardinals won over the Blackhawks of Cheney Satur- day evening 50-46 in a close flame requiring ,two overtimes Bob Marsalis scored ,two points in the last overtime, and with the help of two free throws by Larry Tarrani, iWedical Lake won, giving the Cardim a secortd place in the league. Scoring were Marsalis with 20 point, Jim ilbra'ck, 14, Al- lan Gflbreth, six; Larry Tar- rant, six; ary Glasgow four. The junior varsity lost  Che- nay. The drill team, under the direction of Mrs. Harris, per- formed 'at ,.ha time. Frkhy eveng he Oalin- Medical Lake Churches ST. JOHN LUTHERAN Ray. Wayne alger, pastor Mrndng services l1:15 Sunday School. 10 a. m. Women of the Church. first We&. nesday, 1:30 p. m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHUHCH Rev. Harris Shone Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 mm. Sunday, young people, 6:30 p. m. Sunday evening service. 7:45 p. m. Wednesday prayer service, 7:45 p. m. COMMUNITY CHURCH Ray. Charlce Billups. froster 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 Ray. E. J. Mason. Vicar Gilbert A. Seriven, Lay L,mder. First and third Sunday, 4:80 ; zemnin- ing Sundays, 11 a. m.. Communion carved first Sunday at 4:80 ; 3rd Thunlay :fol- lowtnz third Monday, 8 a. ra. Evening prayer. 4:30 3rd Sundays morning prayer, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sun-[ days. 11 a.m. [ ST. ANNE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH I Rev. E. J. Kowraeh. pastor I Sunda.vs: 8 a .m.--Lakeland Village. I 10 a, m.--Church; 7 P. re.--Church l| Dally7:30 a.m.--Church. ] Holy Days--'/:30 a. m. lind '/:80 p. m. I ---6%m'. I Chhnfeulon--7 to 8 v. m.. Sal C ildrens religion easses--Monday_ I By Katherine Holloway als aveled to East Valley to win 55-44. The junior varsity iost its game. Bob Marsalis scored 22 points; Jim Hillbrick 20; Gary Glasgow 11; Allan Gilbreth eight a,nd Larry Tar- rant four. Tonight e tem trae,is to Deer Park. Saurday Colville will play here .in atRle game. The freshman .team will play Liberty here on Thusrady. GYMNASTICS CLINIC SET The MLHS gymnastics ea, m, coached by James Steele, will combine with Eastern Wash- irgton State Co,age in pre- senting a gymrm, stic clinic for hgh school suden. This group will meet at Cheney from four to six o'clock on Jan. 30. VAN MATRE AT PULLMAN Mr. Van Matre was at Wash- ington State University Thurs- day x) do a follow up study on former Medical Lake high school students who are at- tending the nstJtution. WRESTLING SQUAD LOSES TO WEST VALLEY Coach Corrmrs, wrestlers iost a match at West Valley 35- 17 but won over Colfax when they were here, 45-3. Thurs- day the team will meet Uni- versity. Conners was taken to Dea- coness Hospital on Friday where he underwent an appen- dectomy. He returned home Mnday. Jerry Kernan will coach in s place this week. Also in the hospital is Mrs. Helen Jolmson, commercial teacher. Mrs. Les:e Hatch will substitute for .three weeks. REPORT CARDS COMING Report eard will ,be issued Jan. 29 for this: semter. PTS MEETS MONDAY The Parent TeaCher Society contuion committee will meet next Monday .at 7:15 in Mr. Van Mare'e office. HOSPITAL HOLDS WORKSHOP Estern State I4ospRal was host to a worlhop  Thurs- day  Friday to Western Sta Hespil t Steilacoom and Northern State t Sedr WooIey. BRIDAL SHO HELD Mrs. June Rouse and Mrs. Loretta Ka, plan were hostces to a brichl stmvcer hrmring Carol Massong, the forraer Carol mmievig. Guests were Jean King, Elsie Gimmerig, Dmnne Biggs, Renee Slban, Joyce Hebert, Marlene Wright, Caroline Statheit and Herma- jean Edwards. S PAGH ETTI D-'-NE R BEING PLANNED The annual St. Anne's Altar Society dinner 'hs been changed this year to a spa- ghetti feed instead of a pan- cake breakfast, as: in prev- ious years. This w ke ptace at the 'high school cafeorium at 6 o'clock Feb. 1. WILKES CELEBRATE 35TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkes celebrated their 35th wedding anmersary Saturday evening with a smorgasbord at their home. Spokane callers were Mr. and Mrs. Hans Nieman, Clam Neima, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Paterson and Al Kelly of Spokane. Local people attend- ing were the Orville Olsons, the Ken Smiths. the Gerald Fines, the A1 Dent:ans, the Gone Brewers, the Ernest Ahlfs, the Bud Ahlfs, the Dick Heyers and the Gerald Browns. MOTHER'S H SUCCESS The Mother's March of Dimes, held oft Wednesday, was a success, Mrs. Zelm Hey- e r, drive worker, said. Collect- ed by 28 volunteers in the Med,cal Lake nd Imkeand Vill.ge  wan $264.53. The generous response of the pub- lic ,and the ?tel 0 f the work- era as .greatly appreciated. CHURCH ON CARRIER David A. Church, hspital- ma, n ,apprentice, USN, son of Mr. 'and Mrs. Wfllard A. Churca of Medical Lake, is serving 'aboard the ,attack air- craft carrier USS I-,,_ncock op- erating ou% of Alamada, Calif. Hancock recently returned from a trai.ng cruise, with Seventh Fleet in the Far East. COUNCIL HOLDS CAUCUS The Medical Lake City Cun- ell .held ,a caucus on Jan. 15 at the City Hll to nominate the followig for the March ballot Nominated for mayor were A1 Dertton md Marshall Webb; for council seat No. 1, Keith Geer and Lewis Stan; council seat No. 2, Fran Llewellyn and Bill Weatherill; sea No. 3, Gerald Brown and Irvin Schubert. The city engineers, Thomp- son and Weston, reported the sewer project is about 20 per cent completed. Murphy Broth- ers are the contractors. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Russell .of Orofino were weekend vis- itors at the Marslall Webb home. Spending Saturday evening at the Hugh Ghsgows and at the ball game were the Lefty Ghsgows of Moses Lake and Bud Glasgow of Quincy. The Bud Ablemans of Cres- cent City, Calif., were recent guests of the Ab Grifiths. John King is, se'iously ill at Deaconess Hospital, Mr. Bush- nell bad surgery at Sacred Heart on M0d!ay and Arlie Bartelt came home Sunday after 10 days at Sacred Heart. Mr. and Mrs. Iarry Bowers had as guests Sunday their daughter and familes, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Shul ,of Newport and Hilmar Malmo .of Priest River, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Colts and arry spent ar evening last week t the Bowers' home. David P. Quinn, seaman ap- prertice, USN, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Orrl,and Postle of Medical Lake, is servirtg aboard the command ship USS Wright operating out of Nor- folk, Va. Ho}ly and Lonnie Clark, students at North Central High School, have been pl,ai'ng in the Children's Theater at the Post Street for severa weeks. After another month of Sat- urday runs with "The Run Away Prince" they will tour Idaho. They will ,also be seen on local television at a hter date. FROM THE PAST Medical Lake  1934 MAss Phyllis Plot and John D. Ham,  of Tyler, were married at Mi_llwood Jan. 20. Miss Stella Ableman and El- mer Harris were attendants. Mrs. Ham is the do, liter of Mrs. Letha PloCts. ,Mr. I-hm is the son of Mrs. Addle Ham o Tyler. The Ray. A. R. McKettner announced th,at EnglSh servic. es will. be ,held .at the Luther- an church at 9:45 Sunday morning. German communion services will be :hem at 7:15 Sunday evening. Mrs. J. I-/arwood received word of the deh of Mrs. M. K. Chapman Jan. 19 a,t :her home at Seattle. The hap- mans 1.teed .here in the early days and .had a hath huse across the take from the Davis home. The Congregatkmal Ladies Aid met at ,the home of Mrs. F. O. ButerfieM. Present were Mmes. Sehaler, Wood, Pedi, go, Bowman, Hendriekson, Hagen, Campbell, Blaekord, Croswell, Webster, LoveR, Nie- man, Heyer, Fishback, RMf, A!h, Chaudoin, Brown nd Miss Thee Hall. 1944 The marr'mge 'of Miss Lueille Fohergill to Otto Missen, ber- ger took place New Year's Eve at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fothergill. Rev. Loomis of Deep Creek read the wedg ceremony. Funeral services for Mrs. William Ahlf, 71, resident of Medical Lake for 55 years, were held Wbdnesday with the Rev. Donald Baldwin officiat- ing. Survivors include her hus- band, William Ahlf, two daughters, Mrs. Charlotte Kel- ler ,and Mrs. Pearl Tlmmas of Spokane; one son, Ernest of Medical Lake; three brothers ad one sister. William Redig, who spert four and one.ha1 years in the armed service, visited his sis- ter, Daisy Lewis. Redig, who ed supervisor of the Es,panola Township at elections Tuesday a,t the grarge hail. Bifl Khun was elected poundmaster and H, arry Kre11 constable. COUNT DOWNS BOWL Eight members of he Count Downs met Tuesday evening for an evening .of bowling. Anyone interested in joining this group, whose main aim is to lose weight, may call Kath- erine Holloway. GRANGE Ho-'L- PARTY There were six ta, btes of )inochle in play a,t he Espa- nora grange hall Saturchy eve- ning. High 'scores were won by Chrence He nning and Mary Teach. Low scores were taken by Mary Wyborney and Leo Hohnagel. Dave Hanm_ng gt the traveling prize. CARD PARTY PLANNED The Women's Club of Wan- kon would like to invite any- one interested to a card party :at their club house in Waukon Saturday evening ,at 8 p. m. ATTEND WORKSHOP Attending a worksihop on mosaics at the Spokane Coun- ty Council of Homemakers Monday were Ameba Griffith, Edna Reitmeier and Beverly Cogswell of the Espaaol, a club. YEARBOOKS---C'PL ETED A group from the Eslarmla Women's .club 'met Tuesday o work on the yearbo.ok ,and tom newspapers. Wendesday they were hosts ,to a potluck for, .their families. Thirty-one were present. The men en- joyed pinochle while the club hem a business meeting. New officers took Charge of the meeting. Roll cl'l was ans- wered with "Why I Like Pot- luck Dinners." PaJtt SeMrid!ge showed a craft. Esalola grange wil meet this evening (Friday). PERSONAL MENTIONS G Sunday dinner guests at the ovdon Hodgson 'lome were Mr..and Mrs. Glyndon Sather and Raymond and Mrs. Paul Sather ,of Wi'l, bur. The Claude Beatties visited last week at the homes of Herb Gisselbergs, Mrs. Minnie Ahrn and Mrs. Edith McDow- ell, all in Spokane. .Mr.  Mrs. Bob Kirk stog- ped Satuy at the A1 Wilhns home to leave their d.aughters While they traveled on to We- ,n,atchee .to attend the funeral of Sob's grarrdfa,ther. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Penhal- lurick of Moses Lake were weekend visitors at the Frank SeVridge fy. The John Labish family drove to Mt. Hope Saturday to visit wth Mrs. Anna Lahish. Hugh Jackman celebrated his birthday Sunday with his family as guests ,of the Hugh Ja, ekmans Sr. for a er out in Spokane. The Walt Crick- sons were ,also gue&ts. Saturday visitors ,at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto M,agnuson were Raymonid Ihndquist, Larry Holznagel and Dwayne and Leo Holznagel. Sunday dinner guests of the Johrson Hlloways were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jhnson and family, Mrs. Mildred Thorpe arid family, Mr. and Mrs. Justus Mertz, all of Sgo- kane, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hepton of Cheney. Weekend visitors were Gall Mickelson and Marilyn Kidd of Cheney. Friday evening dinner guests at the home of Mabel Sheaf were Mr. and Mrs:. Irvin Schubert, Mr. and Mrs. Ab Griffih ,and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Swanson. Lul,a Tiison had a dinner guests Sunday the Gary Web- leys and Mrs. Jack Steiwalt and son Johnny of Soap Lake. Janiee Cogswell celebrated her birth,day Sunday with Di- anne Winan as an ,overniff guest Saturday. Sunday dirmer guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim was wounded hn seices, will enter the Veterans .hospital in Los Angeles. 1954 Funeral services were held Jaaa. 15 for Melford Wilken- son, who passed aay Tuesday after a lorg 'iRness. He is sur- vived by  wife, Minme E. Wilkenson; two sov, Robert C. Wfl:kenson, Wenatchee, and RoIand G. Wilkenson, Medical Lake; one daughter, Mrs. Rob- art Davis, Encino, Calif., and four grandchildren. A baby shower was .heId for Mrs. Bob Miller by the Com- munity Ladies Aid society with Mrs. Kenneth Smith and Mrs. Bud Swigart as ,hostesses. Guests were the Mines. A. Swanson,, Ebert, Pe, John. son, Hill, DeChenne, Bowers, Holiday, Wilkes, Keene, Gar- ner, Chandler, Imhoff, Miller, Richardson, Deon, Watson, Swigart, Gilbreth and Smith. DECALSk,ong lasting Duro decals. Letters and figures from inch to 3 inch. Free Press office. i Cgswell and family of Spo- kane. The Oscar Musser family Mabel Shoaf arid Mrs. ar Higtffitl were Sunday dinner guests of the Herb Kukuks honoring :the birthday of Mrs. Gary Fine. Mrs. Grace Perry has been a visiter at he Fred Jolmson hme. On Tuesdayav ,she had sitors from Spokane, Mrs. art L0omis arid Mrs. Helen Strorg. On Wednesday the Jonnsons had as visitors the Kenneth Petersons, daughter and granddaughter. They drove to Deer Park to visit with Mr. Glen Broderick, who is seriously ill. They  vis- ited with Mrs. Daisy Van Hook. Miehele Mullen was hmor- ed on her ninth birthday by her grandparents, the Rich- ard Mankes, Thursday eve- nig. The C. M. Mullens of Spokane were also present. Mr. and Mrs. Dot Hilton and Cindy of Spokane visited with the Bill McGouvins Saturday[ ming. Friday the Mc:Gour- ins visited with the Charles erson were dinner guests of her sister, Mrs. Leslie Baul, and husband in Cheney Thurs- day. The Petersons attend.ed the funeral services held or Mrs. i Oscar Polenske in Sprage Sat- urday. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Run Robinsons visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John lobinson, in Davenport dur- in, g the week. Mr. and Mrs. E:arl Merrick and their granddaughter, Lin- da Thrasher, Spokane, were Saturd, ay visitors at ,tihe John- nie Brown home. Mrs. Donald Davis spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Gitbert Swanson and family, in Roardan. [ Mr. and Mrs. Rob Shea a:t-I tended a post masters center-[ ence in Seattle Thursday and l Friday. - I Mr. and Mrs. a Shea re-[ turned from the grange eon- ventio at Boise Friday. I The Don She,as are n,icely settled in their new ,home at Nampa, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. John Ham and daughiers had dinner with their former neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cannon, in Spo- kane Friday evening. Sunday evenin,g ,they arid the Elmer Harris amily Cook cakes and helped Joe Schell celebrate his birthday at the Scbell home. Mrs. John Ham served lunch at the grange meeting Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. Ham's hi,day, Jan. 21. Kuckenbuchs in Mondovi Th.ey were supper gues, ts Wed- nesday with the Don Lamberts at Cheney. Gary spen,t Sunday with George Mann in Spokane. Saturday evening the John McGourins were visitors. lReky Moriarty attended 'a Boeing wives meeting in Spo- k..ane Friday evening. Friday mnrmr guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perdaurick. Sun, da the M)riartys visited with the Paul Saecomarmos in Spo- kane. Monday evenin, g they were dinner guests of the Don MeCadles family in Cheney. The National Fotmdation- March of Dimes is the n'tion's largest single integrated source of private ,support for research and care in birth defects. Read the classifieds--It pays! POISE is shown by Dave Wilson, purposely counteracting heavy stern load of gas at start of Miami regatta race.. Later he got.into Cockpit as boat leveled out. J. W. KEENER, presiden B. F. Goodrich, and Mrs. shown en route to Liberia fifth inauguration of Tubman. BFG has 10,000 of natural rubber growing in African republic. FAIR LASSIE with a smile is Ann McKeon, chosen 1964 World's Fair Summer Festival Queen. VANTAGE POINT--The "design" on arms of this way lamp post near New York is made by "cool that seem to enjoy watching the whizzing NOTICE There will be a FIRST AID course ing January 28, 1964 at 7:30 p. m. " l00ledical Lake City Hall. Anyone interested is welcome to atte There is no charge for this course. As your grow, our will keep pace wit ever-improving eqfJ[ ment. For exampl higher voltage linew the future will ciently carry loads than are ble today. WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU? The investor-owned electric industr; is participating in or conducting many projects designed to produce electricity through atomic energy, and to make it economically feasible. Ever since the days of Thomas Edison the investor-owned electric light and -like us-have been using research and ment to bring you better and more electric service. This has benefited everybody. One result that, on the average, people today pay less half as much for a unit of electricity than did 25 years ago. And electricity is serving in many ways undreamed of two generations No matter how fast your uses of electricity crease, there'll always be enough and to spare produced by inves/or-owned electric light power companies like thk one! The Washington Water Power Co. III