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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, January 29, 1965 Medical Lake News THREE ADULT CCLASSES PLANNED Adults may find something to do besides Sh, ovel srmw the next few months in Medica Lake. Several classes are being carried out this week. A first aid class has been talked abou.l and fatal plans will be outlined on Tlmrsday e.vening, too late for this week's paper. However, aryone }nterestod may call the local police office, Saratoga 3- 2931, and get further informa- tion. The chss will begin one night next week for a two hour period once a week. These win- tory evening ,are just the time to look ahead and p]Jan or next summer's outings when first aid will be of value to each of HS. The farm machinery repair class got under way on Tues- day evenntg urder the direc- tion ,of Jay W,ood in the voca- tiorml agriculttwe Shop. They will meet twice a week thro,affh ]Wareh. Invitations bare been maled out to about 70 persorm for a spring bouquet arrangement class to be h,el,d Feb. 16 at 7 p. m. This is open to all women, whether they received a card or not. Just call Jay Wood at the high school or at hia home, Saratoga 3-2662, for more m- formation or to enroll. CARDINALS HOLD THIRD PLACE IN LEAGUE The Cardiuals hd two more wins this past weekeml, bring- ing them to third place in the conererme standings. They pl, ayed all 12 boys Friday at Deer Prk to bring home a 73- 42 win. Mar Agew scored g with 17 points. On Sarday (raevtelh wo 55 to 49, here, staying ahead tlouglmut the .game. Ten boys played in this game. Butch Denton scored ,high with 17 and John Perry, a new player, n- ted 15. ,On Friday the team travelS to Riverside nd on Saturday Chermy comes to Medical Lake. The fresh team had their game cancel:led an Monday. They will play Cheney on Tues- day and Riverside on Th urs. day. SOCIAL STUDIES GROUP MEETS With no sehaal on Monday, the sacral studies eu,rricul urn meeting was ,held at 2 p. m. in the school l,i'brary. Teachers from the elem,entary, Blair arid the high schvols attended this two year project to e,al- uate socal in the sclmol system. Dr. Rohnd Lewis of EWSC attended. By Katherine Holloway HIGH SCHOOL NEWS The winter concert was held on Tuesday evening with Mr. Them directing. The band aTd chorus performed. First semester exams are be- lag ,lmld Thursday and FPiday wit report cards coming out en Wedrmsday, Feb. 3. Medical Lake- 1936 Through t ,spop of the PTA bt I, tmes were served for the first time lg_on. day. Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. Kechrm have been hired as cooks ,arid the home ecoaamics girlls will do the serviaag. The main dish will be served to all sSudants who bring their own unches. Borrdette Lafevre, six-year- aid daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Q. J. Lefevre, was seriously WRESTLERS LOSE COLFAX MATCH The wrestling team traveled in the :storm on Saturday to Co,lax to with a 30-14 l)ss. The .Cardirtais forfeited in the 105 bracket. WirmJng were Daug Olmstead at 130 with ,a pin in the first round, Jim Emerson ,at 147 with a 11 to 2 deftsion, John Woodward at 165 with a 4 to 4 decision, d Cambridge in the heavy- weight chass with ,a 5 to 0 de- cision. Tom Parker at 114 was BEGINNER SCOUTS WIN BOBCAT PINS Fourteen beginner scouts .re- ceived their Bobcat pirts on Monday evening at the city hall. arrting pros were D,o,n and Philip Copeartd, Philip iMurray, Van Englehart, Doug- las Long, Jhn Barber, Curt Smith, Chariie Ferebee, Bobby Davis, Stewart McGee, Leon Tobler, Marvin Till, Alan Brown and Mark Wood. Many other awards arid year pins we,re given. Den 1 presented a feet. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tredel are parents of a girl born Jan. 23. A. L. Svenson and Art Sven- soa a'Rain held first arid second paces respectively in the 1.'ocal rifle club's eighth match. Medical' Lake -- 1945 Mrs. C. K. Apgar enterta - ed with a party .lmmyrng er son, Steven; ,on hs sixth birth- day hst Saturday. Present were Chal,ey Foster, Mervyn .Michael, Gary Rurrrley, Neff Smith, Jack Baldwin, Larry Probevt, Ror:Id cIown and Sandra Apgar. Mrs. Fran Lle,ellyn enter- Peace Corps Test Scheduled Feb. 13 An opportunity for Cheney area residents to test heir ap- titudes for Peace Corps ser- vice witl come at 8:30 a. m., Saturday, Feb. 13', in room 209 Federal building, Spokane. The opportunity is the Peace Corps placement tes. It is not passed or failed, hut sim- ply indicates where your great- est potentia,] lies. The Peace Carps ques,tionnaire which must be filled out and broaght to the exam unless previously submitted, tells what an appli- cant has done in the past. But the phacement test is aime,dl pinned in the 10 seconds, pantomime for the program /-larry Crossman at 123 lost a and Den 3 presented the colors. decision 9 to 1, Ron Hassenger ack meetings are held the at 135 was pinn,ed in the third fourth Monday of the month. round, Gilbert Winslow at 140 Pians are in the making for lost a decision 5 to 0, Craig the Blue and Gold banquet to Grab at 175 and Bill Chase at be held Feb. 22 at the city 193 lost 1-0 decisio,s. They hall. travel to Deer Park on Thurs- There are now five dens in day. Medical Lake. Leaders are, Den 1, Peggy Broyles and tier- DON KYLE NEW mclean EdwardS; Den 2, Helen Pson and Loretta Kaplm; CHAMBER CHIEF Den 2. hO's. Portman and Mrs. The Medical Lake Chamber Thomas; Den 4, Mrs. Tobler of Commerce met on Tueeday and Mrs. Till and Den 5, Goor- evening for dinner and meet- gialee Smithpeters and Nee i ng. The high school sextet en- Wood. tertained and pictures were s;hown of recent hasketball and foothall games. REBEKAHS INSTALL Officers for the oomin year AT PUBLIC RITES are: president, Don Kyle; vice m Rebekah edge No. president, Larry Smith; secre- 93 o,f Medical Lake held a pub- tory, Bill Whitmer; treasurer, lie instalhtion 'at the ha Jn. .lames WJia,; program !8. Deputy Lrtaiaing oficers, George Spi,ler, mad were: in'stallirg officer, Maude bridget chairman, leese Bur- Pilard; marshal, Emma Marl. lren'bine. On She board ae Ed air, g; varden, Bilge Sttlaivn; Sormeborn, Errol gag"lisA, Don recording secretary, Audrey Kyle, Larry Smith a,nd Bill Webb; f}rmncid secretary and Whitmore. treasurer, Amelia Griffith; chaphain, Donna Muser; msi- FUTURE FARMERS MEET c, El'ln Brown, an irside Toby Mayfield, president of guam, Gladys Schubert. the FFA chapter, was in charge Those being installed were of the Jan. 14 meeting. Two be grarl,  Lews; vice finsts were vhosen aor  grand, Lllace Moore; recording title of Chapter Sweetheart secretary, Virgie Carl; fin.neil one of whom will be selected secretary, Jo WeUmrn; treasur- at the Paren-So bnque an or, Elsie Svensan,; warden, Lilly /pril 3. Chosen were Dixie Snode; conductor, Eman, a Man- Oliver arid Mary Crassma. air, g; claplain, Lilly Morgan; Plans are being made for fle musician, Ma:mie Parm,eter; Nhtiorml FFA week Feb. 20-27. R & L SNG, Olie Hennig and One feature wi ,be the ,hot Amelia Grfffith; R & L SVG lu,rmh served to the grade and Marie /hlf and Gldys Sch- high school students one day bert; color bearer, M]ary Coua- dtwig he eek. It will consist tryman; inside guardian, Eva of roast beef a,rd al the trim- Hines; utside guardima,, llen mings.  Baown, and retiring noble John Jonson,  ,ben select- grand Mabel Sheaf. ed to represent he Medical The program contained of a Lake Chapter ,at the state con- drill ebition, pian, o section venation to be held at Pullman by Mamie Parmeter mad the Miareh 24-27. Bob Knott is the presentation of past noble first alternate and John Wood- grand :pin to Mabel Shof hy ward second. Derma Mtmser. The eveni4g Apple cider was served for closed wia prayer and singing, l refreshments. A winter scene decorated the supper table. MOORES HAVE the studen,ts 'invaluable exper- MISSOURI GUESTS iene in working with the re- Mr. and Mrs. Monte Moore PARENT-TEACHERS tarded. The students are su- ave enjoying a visit 'by Donna TO HEAR GRAFIOUS )ervised by Marion Cupp of Lee rener and chi,ldreaa, Gin- Th.high school Parent Teat,h- the heney cllege and Jack ger and Paula of Gandview, er soc}ety will  meet on Feb. 1 McGee, chief psyc/mlogist at M,o. They will spend some time at the gym to hear Dr. Louis Lakeland. here. Weekend visitors were Grafious speak an his two yevar Aother grad,unto student hs. $ack Doerig .and Mr. and stay in Nigeria. He will aso Frank Cox .from EWSC, is: cur- Mrs. JOhn Putma,n and babies show slides, rently asigned to the vflhage of Wala Walla. Also visitig SWANSONS HOSTS for his practi,ce teaching exper- were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ponti ion, co in the field of speech Mr. and Mrs. Barl Swanson therapy. He is working with of Walla Wlla and Paul Groin- entertained on Saturday eve- Mrs. Doris Iffaley, speech thor- er of Othello. ingwith pin,?etfle. Guests who apist and member of the loeal raveo rne storm to attend i fa,culty were Mr. and Mrs. Ab Griffith, J " Mr. and Mrs. Irvin SchhertlLOCAk BASKETBALL and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ahlf. [TEAM DOING WELL -- [ The boys basketball team ,has Mr z and Mrs. John He.nning I  ,record of two wins and three ana virs. lenerlkossesto date but ,,,vm ,, visited .on Monday in Post Fas C'oach Jim We,bbhrC,ea-iga with Mrs. John Haady and is 'improving rapidly, as evi- tained ,at a luncheon Thursday for lVlvs. Jack Holt and John- ne, Mrs. Shell Va,ughn and Noel n,d Claudie, Mrs. C. K. Apgar ad Sandra and Oamille, Mrs. Harry Waitson and Rita Ann Pait and Marlene ant Bobby Llewellyn. Weekend guests of Mrs Edith Wilkes were G. B. Wilkes and Donald and Vir- ginia of Dishm,an mad 2Lmmie ,and Terry Merriman, of Spo- kane. injtwed Saturday , a'ernoon in a fal .at the. high school. She [ Medical Lake.  1955 was in he bug with her l Mrs. Zola Irwin a, nd Mrs. father ard vcbe playiRg tm[Mnyon Vaugh, n preserted an the stairway  her b 'anee [eAemerary e deman- ,ad fell over the ba_nster from [ stration forn, the PTA meeting the top floor to the floor be-I2an. 20. Si tarmeter, president, ! l,ow, ,a disav.e of a, b0t 10 presided and eighth-grade mo- thews served refreshments. helped her celebrate her birth- day. Mrs. Donald Lunder of Glen- dive, Morrt., is rimming with the Dave treaders. Mrs. Lunder re- turned home from the ,hospital on Thursday 'nd is mu,ch im- proved. Dave Lurder was tak- en '.to Sacred Heart hospital on Monday after dgflvulty in breathing devetoped from an old ment. At present Mrs. South is in the Fairchild hospital, deiaag wall ,and expecting to .be home t'his week. Brrl English is  in the Veterars hospital  feeling we'll at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Knapp ertrtairmd n Sunday ha hon- or of the biay of Min, rtie Peterscm. Dave Petersan was aso a guest. , * Wage SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS The tel.lowing brie/summary gives 'am,p}e evidence of the in- terest and kirdness expressed by many persons 'to the boys o,nd girls of Lakeland Vitlage. A review of same pect of the Christmas holiday season reve that a large number of individuals and oaganiztios continue to demonstrate inter- est in the village and in mental retardation. Pamily visits to their chil- dren who remained at Lake- }and during the holidays num- bered into the hundreds and who, as would be anticipated, brought numerous gi,fts not on'ly 'for their child but or many of the "forgotten chil- dren" and aso cash donations More Cheney History F Book Written 65 Years In.stRation of officers o the Medical Lake Toastmisess club wgs held Ja, r. 18. Grace L'u.rder installed the following officers: Francis Fannery, president; Emilio Perhin, vice president; Lillian McLirmen, treasurer, and Evelyn Appel, secretary. The Chamber f Commerce Auxiliary i spon,so,g the rffother's March of Dimes. The Community LatiCeS ad will ihold a chili feed at the City hall Jan. 28 from 5 to 7 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jem'ett are parents of a daughter born Jan. 20. ( continued tram page I) Bangor, Maine, W. D. Switzer a Pennsylvanian who has con- ducted the drug ,and staon,ery business since 1880, and whose wife has been one of the most heroic temperance workers in the state. Others Named Other Permsylvanians are tlon. S. D. Grubb and the veaa- at showing what he or She can i do in the future. A:pplieats do erable J. S. Mount. Dr. P am- not have to register for the eroy and many other might be test ahead of time. mentioned. C,heney has a large The questionnaire can be grain elevator, a well equipped oud in post offices. On col- flouring mill, the products of lege campuses, they are avail- which find a ready sale. The able at pacement centers or creamery is doing ,a good busi- the offices of Peace Corps liai- 'ness. Among the business son officers, who are members houses are A. L. Ames, merch- o.f the faculty or college admin- ant tailor; G. E. Rues, bakery; i'stration. If you can't find a O. B. Royce, meat market. In questiannaire, write the Peace the general merchandise busi- Corps, Washington, D. C. 20525 ness are O. Brien & Co. and W. L. Fulton. Cheney has a reservoir sys- tem of water works, put in in 1890, at great expense. The water is piped from 1;h Lake a short distance o.ut, mad it is pronounced absolutely pure. The pumping pa'essure in tahe pipes is 185 pou,nds to the square inch, While the standing pressure is 125 pouxds---ample for protection against fire. Had Electric Plant The electric light pant of Cleney was erected in the spring 'of 1891, at a cast of al- most $15,000. It is at peset owned by a company, for wlmn L. Watter is the loal agent. The vorks are sttpplied with two dyrtamos, Whose oapacity is 700 incandescertt hts. The town is blessed with two amotmting to nearly $1,600 specified for severM individual projects, as we'll as for the Bettea, m.ent fund. Many Went Home There were sghtly over 200 redens who spent the vaca- tion at their homes ttwougo.ut the state. Other contributions, Which came from over 170 in- dividu,ats and organizaions, : greatly mereased the festive nture .of this ,season. The gifts included the 458 toys, 40 pounds each of candy al ns fom the Butternut Feeds e,om- Pony in Omaha, Nob. A ,fine examIfle of ndivi,d- ual effort and irterest  noted by the 375 gifts contributed by Mrs. Ed Elvigan of Spokane. She cotlected these gifts lively and ably conducted throtrgtmut the year from a weekly n:ewpapea,s, the Free wMe variety of merchants mad cress, managed a, nd edited by bttsinessmen and is Mready col- S. L. Alexander, and the Che- lectirrg gifts she will dstribute ney Sentinel, unil recemtly next Christmas. edited by Mr. D. H. Stewart, Staff Says Thanks but now by Frank A. Dun. Oheney is a.dmira.bly hated It is dCfficult to convey the for an educational center, and pl, eastre md gratitude these a move de,able place for a many fine gifts bro,ght and a State Normal Seheol canld n ;imole "Thank You" seems so be selected. The place is elen, !malthy, superb in surround- rags ,d should in a grea de- igrnte be free from demoralizing mmences. In addition to the State Normal School thee is a fine brick school btding in a central location. The enact. ment reaches well nigh on 300 and nine grades ,of work is = Oor,,e. Cherey is weJrl su,pplted with churches. The Chalstin, Con- malyPropriate. However, the residents and the saff at Lake- laa wish to express their sin- core .apprechation or these many cts of compassion and generosity. PROGRAM RESU/VIES Seven graduate , students from the WSC psyc de- partmen will sped the next severn Saturdays at take,and hey in 1880, ,and was the fizst of any church ovnizati, on in the city. The first sernmn preached in the ton yeas by Roy. G. W. Strong, then pre- siding elder i'n thSs section of country, ad was preached in a buteher shop wimut a floor in ,it .in October, 1880. The first public prayer meeting was ,hem in the home of Jo;hn Robbns in March, 1881. The day fol- lowing this prayer meeting, Rev. G. W. Strong, presiding elder, selected tots on which to build a ChurCh, and he edifice was completed by the first of J uin following. This bttdirtg is now used as a private residence m. the grounds on which it was mgin,aly erected. John C. Ty- er and his wife, Laura E., are the only remaining members of the original organization from wlmm thee particulars are obtained. The Methodist Church The present bautiful brick church known under the cor- ;porate name of "The First Methodist Church of Oheney" was erected in 1889, durirg /ae and a half, while livn Cheney, his time was spent a round of lobovs in nine d,if- ferent places in three counties. Lone Pine, in W,tman coun- ty, Cheney, Sprague, Spangle, Medical Lake, and near Cotton- wood Springs, in Spokane coun- ty, Chewe,lah, Fort Clville and Colvilie town, in Stevens coun- ty."--Life of Father Eels, page 249. Nearly al the early mem- bers of the Congregational church have either moved away to other pl,a.s or gone the way of ,all flesh. But the church is in a vigorous conditi,on today nnder the efficient ministry of Rev. F. B. Dearie and his voice culture a'ceomplished wife. Bo,th the ture; R. A. Sunday school and Christian Doe., music; E. Endeavor Society are doing ex- kindergarten. cellent work. Very Well Came From New England The location of Mr. Doane is a native o,f the real School at sate of Massachusetts. He hardly be im graduated from Hopkins Aead- midst of the emy, Hadley, Massachusetts, in part of eastern 1885. He entered Am hers Ool- is easy of access. lege in Septem.ber, 1886, and ton Central gradutated in January, 1890. He Great 1Vorthern graduated from Yale Divin ty I the people of School in 1893. He pursued country within a post-graduate studies one year ride ,of the after receiving the degree of & N. and the B. D. Mr. was pastor of of the" Northern the Congregational church in the whole of the Dayton, Was,hingtoaa, nnn Oc- eastern a'nd the l ober, 1894, un.l January 1 of the state in 1897, and has bee pastor ot cation with the the Fir C,on,greaionl the main line of church of Cheney since that Pacific ,and the time. The first pastor was Rev. Norern furMsh F. V. Hoyt a,nd he serwd it eft- to the people of fieiemEy for our years. He was and roern succeeded by Rev. A. Howell Spokane, e C. E. Chase, Ge)rg E. Hook- e,ster or, O. F. Thayet. miles disint, md Four Lodges Mentioned thtrs haw easy c Secret Sociees.  The im- aail hemselves portart ones are the Old Fel- west affords in lows, Mas_s nd Fmhts of tures, concerts Pythias. They e officered as tertain, ments. follows: Town Com Vilhge administering individ- gregational, Methodist EISlsco- ual intel,iffence tests. This is a pal and Baptist and the Ca,th- cartinuatin of a tmgmm es- plies ,have houses of wovs,hip. tabshed last year and gives Church Histories Given The 2aesrthogiz Epsc/el church e in a its trials, but in for the conIceas. Facu Ity The following as at present 1899-1900; W. B. principal, ics and soei /a bcock, M. Englisdh Latin and C. Sampson, B. A. ics: Florence E. n,atura/ and Rose Rice Turner tra,iaing pervisor of me WMter, drawing, and History and Myrtle M. de;rmed by their early losses and more recent successes. Games have bean scheduled 4th ,church teams from Spo- kane ,and Medical Lake, the nearby Nike Batteries and sev- eral town teams. FISHING TACKLE PROJECT STARTED An introduction to su, bcon- tract work perfovrn, ed an-earn- pus was recently ihitiated with to Oak hal boys tying and packaging a new type of fish lore. The paoduct is handled locally mad distributed over an eight state are. Tis is an op- portunity for the boys to utfl- ze their leisure time profit- ably, to gain a certain amnt of perso.ral satisfaction as they I perform the so,methat com- plex task, and to introduce the I general philosophy of acCUla- tianal pursuits in the residen- ti,al seCtng. OFFICIALS V-- Paul ,Sager& supervisor of the Dillon of Handicapped Children, Leoamrd Nord and Clifford SpeIIman of the De- partmetrt of I, nstitos per- sonnel board, were here Jan. 18 and 19 to review Lakeand's request for ,addi"cinal employ- ees. This reque, which forms a part of the biennial budget, will be presented to the cur- rent legislative session for con- ziderati0n. The saddest words of tongue or pen: "We sold the baby bug- y, and then . . . " You're only ymmg once. Af- ter that, you need some ther ;XCUSe. IOOF: J. F. Spangle, nloble heney is. one grand; R. Jonson, vice,grand; beautiful and J;, F. Up linger, secretary; L. of the tte. It- waters, treasurer: Wm. Blll- by kant, deputy grand master, wilJh good A. F. & A. M.: os. J. Me- mestic purposes Ferron worshipful master; has two ent, CAns. Ulrich, senior warden; pets, five Able Brown, junior warden; D. plete pu,ic J. Turner, treasurer; W.J. The board of Sutton, secretary; T. F. Gra- -1896, completed ham, senor deacon; W. B. f'one of the Webb, junior d'eaco,, arrand schl K. of P.: Chancellor common- the state, at a der, F. P. Felws; vice-chart- The bu'flding is I celor, Win. Mills; presto, I. J. stone ,and is B'alin,ger; keeper of records the modern and sal, H. A. McGwan; mas- found in anr ter of wrk, J. E. Crbett; mas- tion. he " ter of finance, R. C. Pearson; perfectly adapted master of exchequer, Jn Os-pose for which franC; deputy grand cance'l- tended, are la lor, G. A. Fellows. M, arch 22, 1890. It is according. ly 'the 'oldest state rmrmat school in Washington/. The well lighted Oldest Normal School ed. The State Normal School at The physical Chermy, establ'ised by 'act of laboratories are the Legislature, approved the .best ual work in Fah oor is pastorate of Rev. M. H. Mar- use of the normal school until vin, and was dedicated by Revs I the state provided the present nne aufldm R. H. Mmier and V. C Evers ' " " g. in December of that year. The l Finances A Problem official record shows the tel-[ slDurig its hi'story, its leg- lowing line of pastors in the [ " :aive appropratima for main- oder given: Rev. Theodore]torrance has been twice cut off t.[oagland, 1880-1881; Re,v. G./bY gubernatorial veto. In each W. Strong, 1881-1882; Rev. J. [ ease, lowever, the executive W. Bluett, 1882-1884! Rev. Geo. opposition was hater withdmrn buildig and grounds of the Benjamin p. C2teney Academy were dormte! for the ue of the school on cgnd,tion that tahe ,state maintain in Choosey per- petuaHy :a public no,rmal school for he training of teachers. Shce t/en the ,sehl ,has had a somewhat checkered career, notwithstanding which its course has been steadily on- ward and upward, with the ex- eeption of the school year 1897-8, dnrirg wAtch its doors were closed. Its first misfor- tune was the loas of its buld- ingthe old Benjamin p. Che, n, ey Aeademy---by fire. After that the school yeas housed "m a ,bttsirmss ,black and 1;aCe,r in a new public school building, which, through the enterprise of the Amney sclm rct, was built and furrsed for he E. Wfloox, 1884-1886; Roy. Theodore Itoagl,and, 1886-1887; Rev. James reenslade, 1887- 1888; Rev. M. H. Marvin, 1888- 1889; Rev. J. W. Blett, 1889- 1890; Rev. F. L. Young, 1890- 1891; Roy. R. H. Marder, 1891- 1896; Rev. 0. A. Noble, 1896. The Church 6t we'sent has a membership of .about 90 and a large Sunday school and an Epworth League of between 40 awd 60 earnest young people. The present pastor is lev. W. H. Fry, a bri'Hiant yung preacher, a native of Englaaad and educated ,at Manitoba Uni- versity, Winnipeg. He as served stnice September, 1899. Congregational Church The Congregatio,M eureh was organized in 1881 through the instrumertalty of the late Father Eells and Deacon G. R. Andrus, nw of Tacoma. Father Eel!ls made his home in Cheney as 'early as April, 1882, and bu'i.t ,himself a small b'a,use a little east of the town, which still stands. "For nearly a year upon a fuller understalitg of the conditions. DUring Rs days of trial it Ires been upheld by loyal faculties and by the en- terpris:e of the citizens of Che- ney, who have fully realized the eed of the public schools of this eastern Washin,gtan ha, stitution for the tr.ahfing of teachers, h 1898, ,as%or the school bad been closed a year the board of trustees caled c the revival of ,the svheol the present principals of the school and its training depart- men, and the eiizers ef Che- ney subscribed a tibeal fund to ,pair the run'n,ing expenses of the school, such as light, heat, water, printing, etc. An energetic faculty was gathered together arid over 100 student,, were enrolled, who paid ha fee for their atterdance to go t( compensating .of the faculty. Wih this showing of the neces- sity of the shool to eastern Washington, the Le,gishture did not hesitate to renew its life, a,nd it now emerges from large, roomy letecoams, cxn'ridovs lighted, the cant, while the with its beautiful gallery 'and ern firrnture; is in the state. This already proved mirably adapted h,ol purposes. board of I-Ion. J. J. on. J. S. Allen Dempsie, 'all of course of study years. The students last years. Fourfold P The distincUve the State Nom,al train teaehers schooN of the aeeampli tl First. By accurate boa.aches of complete system sehs. .Seeami. By ough lawns of ,growth,' an'd development mad an active child life. Third. By dents in the of tec .hhrg and agement, in struetion and by orabte canditi, to put such test by practice t rainirg shool, Fouh. By sudents learn'lag and duty. The present the Normal with probabilities a total of over of the presert addition to this 70 pupils in the and kindergarten" Its full number 51, tary certific'ae ed to 42 nearly all lic schools of the ington.