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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, January 31, 1964 [ iM guests ,at the Court of Heel-' .... ]recognition of National Boy Scout Week. All Scout units and the Camp Fire GirLS will .attend in dress uniform. WELDING POPULAR--Several tion welding class being held class room and shop are busy Wood is class director. ADULT EDUCATION CLASS Welding seems to be the main interest .at present for 20 merabea's of the adult edu- ention class urtder the direc- {ion ,of Jay Wood in ,the voca- ,tiortat ,agricul'ture clas room mad hop. Last week Bud l%at- clfffe demormtrated the use of the electric weMer (low heat). A new oxygen acet- yle,te weldirrg torch was also strewn. From left to right are pdetred John Woodward, Lar- ry House, Glen Bro.wn, Gor- don Hodgson, Ted Harmon arrd Stanley Sloan. FROSH LOSE TO N. C. The freshman 'team, under the direction of Gary Bates, }ost 'to North Certral Monday afternoon. Phying a good game were Sire Bauman and Jim Lake, with higa .scores of nine ad eiglt. The only other player seorirg was Terry Tar- .aat wih two points. At the half time N. C..had a two point Dead with the sco at 17-15. Far the net game the Iberty freshmen wifl play here on Feb. 4. Odessa comes here on Feb. 11 and North Ceral wl give a rettwn gme on Feb. 13. The junior rarity wll Imst Ferr High here on Feb. 1 at 2 p. m. WRESTLING RESULTS I,n the absence of Gerald Cummin, cadet teacher Jerry K of Ewsc,  Ceaxn lost to Deer Park 31-5. Dick Jemess won by a pin. De- faut caused the toes f two matches. Yana Enerson injted his arm argi Doug Olmsted veived a nose 'Bleed that couldn't be 'stogped immed- iately..e eam meets Um- on even. Coach Oommps lmpes 0o be hack in sChool this week, fallowing surgery nearly two weeks ago. DEBATE TEAM THIRD The Medical Lake debate team finished in third place in the Area Sclmo}s League. The team, coached by Mrs. Jami- son, won one ma.h and lst one match to Harrington here last Tuesday. Otttstnding de- baters for the girls was Bar- bara Page, a freshman, and Run .Richmond, a semor. CARDINALS TIE FOR FIRST PLACE The Medical Lake Cardi.nals .are tied for first place with Colville in he Northeast A, League as a result of their win .over the Indians Satur- day evening. Each team now has eight w}ns and one loss. The Cavdinals wre ahead throughout the game, the score ending 60-49. Scoring for Medical Lake were Bob Marsalis and Thn Hfitlbrick with 22 and 21 points. Gary Ghs.gow had 13, arid Tarrant rl CIbreth each had two. They will phy orti,gh at Chewel. The DTrid,ay nig game with Der Park was also won by the C:ardmals with a score of Medical Lake Churches ST. JOHN LUTHERAN Rev. Wayne OlseIL Dast MorrHng services 11:16 Sunday School, 10 a. In. Women of the Church, first Wed- ,eday. 1:30 1). In- ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Rev. Harris Shahs Sunday ehooi, 9:4 a. m. Morning worship, 11 L In. Sunday, young peo1)le, 6:30 D, m. Sunday evening eervlee,  "4[ I). m. Wednesday 1)rayez rviee.  :4 D. In. COMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. Charles Billu1)s, pmstor Church School, 9:4 a. In. Morning worshi1), 11 a. In. Evening Service Sunday 7 to 8. Youth Service Sunday 6 to V. Bible Study Wed., :$---8:0. ST. TIMOTIIY'S EPISCOPAL Rev. E. J. Mason, Vicar Gilbert A. Striven, Iy I$ler. First and third Sunday, 4:30 ; In,main- ing Sundays, 11 a. m.. ComInunton mrved first Sunday at 4:80 ; :rd Tulndmy fol- lowing third Monday, 8 a. rn. Evening 1)rayer, 4:30 3rd Sundays; morning prayer, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sun- lays, II a. m. ST. ANNE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. E. J. Kowrach, 1)stor Sundays: 8 a ,m.--Lakeland Villains. 10  m.--Chureh;  p. m.u"h,eh; Dally--7:$0 .. In.---Church. , Holy Days--'/:30 It. m. aUd "/:$0 D. !1 umlonw-- to 8 v." m.. Satin.days ChL1diu'e religion cas--Monday at :11:30 I m. By Katherine Holloway members of the adult educa- in the vocational agriculture at work in recent session. Jay 69-33. The second string played throughout the ame wi; Jim Weiss gh with 13 point. Others scorirtg were Bob Mar- salis 10, Jm Hitlbrick nine, Rocky Draper nine, John Brewer eight, Bob Be1/ six, Gary Glasgow and Terry Jones each five and Carl Hig- gins two. The Junior Varsity also won. M-L CHAMBER NEWS Jrt. 21 saw the ins%a,ation of new officers for the Medi- cal Lake Chamber of Com- merce. Erroll English takes over the hahn wt.h W. A. Huff ,as his asstant. Myron Krumm is the new secre'tavy ,and Jim WilRams 'the money ma.rtagel'. Entertainment for the eve- niag was provided by George WlRe arid Don Titus, repre- sentatives of General Tele- ph, one Co. A ft}m on their phone ,system was shown to the members. TLtus then out- ,lined .the program for or e.xend,ed area telelhone ser- vice, to be insto'ed during. 1964. By mid-year they expect to have og distance direct dialing for %his telephone ex- change. Equ,ipment has 'been ordered and wilt be installed during 1964 for ,the seance. Service slonld be available far customers by March 1, 1965. !SCHOOL ELECTIONS DUE i With se.meter sts' out of the ay and report cards on %heir way .to the paves, stu. derds of the Associa%ed Stu- dent Body are tlinking of of- fleers for 1964. CampoJ, gn speeches ,are slated "ffnuvsday with elections to be 'held on, F}day. New offkrs will serve this coming semeer and the first semester of the next term. The fol, lowing studenL are running for offices: pres- ident, Terri Musser and Butch Denton; vice president, Fred Perkins, Dick Bur,lingame and Bonrhe Kennedy; secretary, Gayle Osterhott and Sandy Wilson; treasurer, Mary Cross- man and Sardy Raggio; ser- geant :at arms, Ed Collier. SCHOOL GROUPS TO MEET The pre-se/mol PTA will meet Feb. 6 with Miss Flor- ence ,of .romper room as: guest speaker. All who are interest- ed in children .are invited to come and take part. Refresh- ments will be served. The elementary PTA re- minds everyone to attend the Cancer Society's film, "Life Story," this evening (Friday) in the multi-p,urpose room. This community service film will be shown this week in nany towns in the Inland Em- pire and will ,have doe%ors in attendance to answer ques- tions. The February meeting of the PTS will be hed on Mon- day evening at 7 p. m. with open house in the high scho, followed by the business meet- irr at 7:30. On the program w:fll be an exhibition by the gymnastics tem, under the ion of James Steele. My. Van Matte relrts the winter recreation progaan tins a tage attend.aace ,in the grade school ,groups but the ,high school gro.p is acrg in par- tieipan. This program hsts `through MarCh 7 on Saturdays any. RAINBOW TO INSTALL The FairchiM Assembly of Rainbow will tram public in- stalinion of officers at Blair auditorium on FJrchfld Base this Saturday at 3 p. m. Line officers to be  will be worthy advisor, Teresa Tabor; worthy ,associate advisor, ayle Osterhout; charRy, lrgvet Black; love, Linda Patterson, and IAz Burton ,as fai'th. BAKERS LEAVE M-L l%onald Baker, wi'tavl the Army the 1)t year, gad Mrs:. Baker, d, aughr Colleen and new baby son, Paul Christo- pher, left Mortday for More- head, Minn. They  spend some time visiting their home town and i'n March will leave for Germany, where Baker will report for duty. Mrs. Baker was surprised Thursday eve- ning with a combirtaion baby shower rd going ,away party at the home of Nancy Hines:. Co-hostesses were Sherri Le- M'aster and Fern Roark. Also present were Sharron Bates, Penny Fine and Diaane Heath. On Sunday little Paul was bap- tised at the St. Anne's Cath- olic Ohul'ch. BAKE SALE SET Job's Daughters wit21 h,Md a bake sale on Feb. 8 at 10 a. m. a;t both Minniek's rtd Swi- gart's stores. The ,group hopes ,to raise ertou'gh money to take all interested members to grand session, ,to be held in ' Scattle in June. AMONG THE SICK Mrs. Frances Bogle fell last week and was taken to $t. Lukes hospital far surgery for a broken hip. Mrs. Amelia Gepfod also fell arid injured her back. She is in the Deacon- ess hospital, but thopes to be ,home this week. Frank Bedrtos- chik, a former Medical Lake resident, has been aoved to Lidsay hall, a ,part of St. Lukes hospital. He would ap- preciate hearing from his old friends. SHOWER HELD Mrs. Sue Stanley was guest of honr at a bay hower Fri. day evening t the lome of Kitty Barber, with Mary Bow- den and Sally Barber heping. Gues'ts were Mrs. Ernest Ahlf, Mrs. Bud Ahlf, Mrs. Perry Ah, Mrs. Amelica Griffith, Mrs. Blanche Bowden, Fern Roark and Donna Ah. AT THE CHURCHES .The annual mg of St. TimoChy's Episcop Church met M,ortday evening at City Hall wiCh a potluck supper. Elected to the bis0aop'.s com- mittee were: Ed Sonnebom HERD INCREASED The number of vestock in the 4-H herd was increased by one Jan. 13 with the arrival of "Elvis," a 2-year oId Here,ford bull donated by Frank Riches of Buena, Wash. This donation was made through I-lib Fischer of the Yakima chapter of he Washington Association for Retarded Children. This qual- ity bull will be used for breed- ing purposes with the existing cows to build up the quality of the herd. In ,addftion o "EI- vis," the 4-H herd now includes eight .cows a.nd ,three yearling heifers, : LAKELANDAGE BAPTISMS HELD A total of 125 reside r at Lakeland Village have been baptized by 'the resident chap- lain, W. F. Furmon, in he past few months. WrRen permis- sion was granted by the par- eats, some who we.re able to attend the services. Mr. Fur-! man also divsed a baptismal certificate, which beeomes a part of the individual's file. TRIP REVIEWED Charles Brink, new dean of ,the University of Washington graduate selool of social va)rk, visited Lakehnd Village o present slides arid to give a report on his tact finding trip to The Netherlands as a mem- ber of the Presidenl's Panel on Me,rtal Retardation. OFF CAMPUS ACTIVITIES Durirg 1963 a toal f 4,567 residents of Lake,land have taken part .m 39 off-campus activities. These activities take much time and effort but they provide the training and social experiences which are inher- ent and wlich provide a mueh fuller life for the residenCs. All, regardless of .their degree of retardation, have the op- portunRy to participate in one or :more of these ,activities. DORMS GET DRAPES About 95 per cent of the boys dormitories have new drapes :at their windily, due to Effie Stites, Merle Bacon, Bet- a group of energetic Spokane ty Ca ..han ,az ' Caroline Kue- women who meet every Tues- nne. root nneoorn was eteex, day ,at the home of Mrs Ells- ed warden, Barbara Bacon, sec- I woh Gump Jr This ouv retaw, and Caroline Kuehne,  started in October 1962, one d t reasurer. Vi Mason anaaounc-]the present time' consists of i ed commtm2an services will be lMrs Nina Brown .Mrs Ghds hem he ,third y of I Duncan, Mrs. Vera Hueston, every month for Epi at the new flapel at Easter State Hospital. St. Anne's C,at/hic Church will hold a spaghe%ti feed t the 'high school Feb. 1 at 6 p. m. Twilight Circle of ,the Co,m- munity Ohurvh met Tuesday evening-at the home.of Mrs. Kenneth Broyles ,to hear a tape recording by John Noble, ttled "I was a Slave ha Rus sia." The youth group of the Community Church, led by John Brewer, will ke charge of he Sunday school next Sunday. Bowln is also plan- ned for Saturday. Mary Magdalene Circle of the St. John's Lutheran chaareh will meet ond!ay evening Feb. 10 at the home of Hen- rietta Wilkes. The Afternoon Circle meets Feb. 5 with Mil- dred Johnson. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Mrs. Henrietta Wilkes and Mrs. Clara Nieman will travel to Walla Walla Wednesday to help Mrs. Henrietta Nieman celebrate her 88th hirthday. Other sisters joirfing them will be Dorothy McLeo,d of Seattle, Bert:ha Cox of Vancouver and Marie Walker of Waila Walla. HOT LUNCH MENU Morday -- Medical Lake fa- vorite dish, green beans, let- tuce wedge, 1000 island dress- ing, appIesauce cake ,and milk. Tues@ay  Sp,an,is,h rice, vegetable jello sala,d, pearmt battier sandwich, banana wanil- la pudding avxl milk. Wednesday -- Old fashioned beef stew, cottage cheese and pirmapple sal, ad, hoe rolls and bucter, jel1r, peaches and milk. Thursday  Chicken nodle soup, crackers, coffee bread and butter, celery sticks, pears and milk. Friday -- Grilled cheese sandwich, pota'to salad, bu'tter- ed careers, gold cake with lem- on sauce and milk. HONOR COUE The public is invited to at- tertd Lakelad Village Be 5 Scout court of honor a 8 p. m. Friday, Feb. 14, in the auditor ium. At that ime rank and merit awards will be preach,t- ed o members .of ,the four scou,t units. Of specml interest is the an- ticipated ,awarng of the! Eagle Scout rank to Dtarny Me- Espan01a News By Katherine HoHoway ROSENAUS HOST PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Atbevt Rosenau were heats Saturday evening to a pinochte party at their home with the John La,bishes, Roydal Conleys, Gordon Hodg- sands, Leo H(rlzngels, Lloyd Knapps, Eugene Wyborneys, Mary and Mrs. Eliza R,osenau, Waiter and Henry. High score were taken by Mrs. lose.na,u and Hen,ry, tow scores by Wal- ter Rosenau and Ella Knapp. Mrs. Rosenau won the travel- ing prize. GRANGE CANCELLED The grange meeting, sched- uled for Friday eveaing, was can, ca,tied because of bad roads. There will be a pinochle party Saturday evening ,at the hail at eight o'clock. Plans are be- ing made also for the visirta - tion to be held at the hall oaa March 13, a reguhr mee,tin, g night, with M)ran Prairie grange givin, g the program and Nine Mile grar,ge doing the floor work. Mrs. Los Keeler, Mrs. Kromm,-M. Astrid Kuelp- man ,.,nd Mrs. larie Mudge. They have sewn soane 2,100 yards of drapery m ateri, fur-: nihed by Lakelarl, and ex- pect to begin soon to coer a,ll the windows of the girls dormi- taries. The interest and efforts of this groap are much apgre- ciated by al,1. FROM THE PAST Medical Lake- 1934 Work on he school build- ing will be eompleted Feb. 10. Funeral services were held Saturday for Herbert G. Vir- gin, 84, who passed away at the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Reinking at Reardan. Mr. Virgin had lived in this viein- Ry more than 50 years. Pall- bearers were Messrs. Hughes, Connelly, Schafer, Gruber, antd Kirch, hoffer. J. A. Campbell passed away Monday night following a heart attack. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Grover Cannon (Miss Cambetl), and one son Bert Cambell, Pocatello. A number of relatives were guests of ttenrietta Nieman Sunday in cmmemoration of her birthday. Present were Mr. .an,d Mrs. John Dressen and Mrs. Mary Krahn of Walla Wal- la; Mr. and Mrs. William Dres- sen, Mrs. Bertha Miller and daugh'ter, Margaret, MiSs arie Niem, an arrd Mr. and Mrs. Hans Nieman and Mary Ellen of Spokane ,and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkes. Her Mon- day guests were Mines. Pluck- hahn Papenfoose, Kramer, Windhasen anal Butteied. Mrs. Ida Frick of Ykima spen last week vmtfing her sister, Mrs. Irvin Imhoff. Sun- day they were nner gests of another sister, Mrs. Jack Davis of Cheney. 1944 Miss V'aeri,a Moehke of Beaver Creek, Ore. ,and Sgt. William G. Repp o Medical Le, now stiond at Fort Lewis, were united in mar-, riage at ,the Zion Lutheran church in Oregon City by Pas- tor E. G. Wuest Jan. 21. The groom is the son of Mrs. Amel- ia Repp. Ten trucks arm seven trac- tors have ben recndRioned at the federal government sporsored farm ,shop at the TULARE LAKE VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rei,tmeier and ,son, Ross and Timothy, of Tulare Lake, Calif., arrived Monday evening far a 10 day stay with the Oscar Re'tmei- ers ,and the Jim Owens a Four Lakes. They were dinner guests at the Rei'tmeiers Wed- n, esday evening, as were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reltmeier, Mr. and Mrs. Bob V. Reitmeier and san Kent. Saturday dinner guests were the Phil Tarberts the patrol contest held by Boy Scout troop 101. A town caucus to n,ate three councRmen will be ,held Feb. 8. Coun,cRmen whose terms expire are H, arold Thompson, E. W. Bus!hnel and H. W. Wilkes. Bernadine Robinette, arl Wood, Del Kenrmn and Rev. Baldwin attended a yuth fellowship mee'tiag in Spokane. 1954 Roy Holliday Jr. was elect- ed presiden't of the Medical Lake Chamber of Commerce. Other ,officers were Cl:arence Sinniger, Fratcis Gaeden and John Hill. Jack Cogswelt and Norman Graham were elected to he board 'of directors. New officers of Siloam Re- bekah edge, Iatie Sinmger, noble grand, and Mary Smith vice grand, will ,preside at Mon- day night's meetin, g. Mr. and Mrs. Jarnes John- son of Espa,mla .are parents of a baby boy born Jan. 19. Marshall News By Mrs, Lorraine Gonia RI 7.9005 DEATH CLAIMS MOTHER Mrs. Minnie Baul't of Vera- d,ale died Jan. 24 at ,a lo,cal hos. pital. Mrs. Bault is survived by her widower, Herschel'] Bault, Veradale, and a daugh- ter, Mrs. Dorothy Peters, o Marshall, and other relatives. GROUP HOLDS ELECTIONS The youth group o,f the Mar- ;hall Community church has of Davenport, the Bob Tar- bert family, als, o of Davecoor% the Jack Reitmeiers ,and Ger- ald Reitmeier. Sunday the Reit- reelers were guests of the Jim Owens family for a birthday dinner honoring the fourth birthday of Ross. The Re- reelers left Wednesday for their home. PERSONAL MENTIONS Tony Clayburn was a week- end visitor at the home of Keith Hodgson. Mrs. Earl Von Le:he reports that her father, Dan De- Chenne, is home from the hos- pital. The Earl Van Lehes and the Loren Voa Lehes were Sunday dinner gues of the Walter Von Lobes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Serideg and Tami visited Sunday wih the Hu,gh Olmsted family at Moran Prairie. Sunday the A1 Ws, Mar- vin WiRms and Claude Beat- ties attended the Lions Club parmake dinner at Reardan. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambe and Dan were Monday after- noon visitors at he Bill Mc- Gourins. In the evening the MCGourins, John McGo.urin and the Lamberts went oxt for dinner to honer Mrs. McGour- in's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Sta,nley Swanson o Wa.uko,n were Saturday evening vi,sit- ors. Sunday visitors were the Don Lamberts and Darrell Hanson ,of Post Fas. Mr. arid Mrs. Claude Beat- the were Thursd)ay di.nner guests at the Herb Gisse,l,berg home in Spo,kane, ,honoring Judy on her eighth birthday. Afterward they visited wih Mrs. Mildred Swayer t the Valley View cmvalesce,n home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hetor, of Chetey were Sday dinner guests at the JOlmn,Hollo- way home. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Grhnes of Newport were ursday visitors at the Lloyd Knapp home. Sunday Mrs. Bah Arn- old and baby were visRers. ,held elections. 1964 are: president, Yates; vice predea,t, Peters; secretary, Linda treasurer, Viola Peters. PERSONAL ME Sunday dinner Mr. ,and Mrs. ,He)aa'y Karen were Mr. and Tormino and Henry Chase mid-winter co,nference i atle Jan. 17. He also several days with his Chase, of Seattle. Miss Fran Furman guest this week of ers. Miss Furman Bethany Bible coll.e,ge Ruth. Guests last week of Mrs. Ed Gonia and Mr. and Mrs. John Renton. Weekend guest of Lovell was Miss son of Newport. Miss is a cousin ,of Miss Edna Lovell at;tended cheon at the beque hst Thursday. an officers' hail arid party or the Htb the new year. Edra as panied by Mrs. and Mrs. Alma Clark shall and Mrs. of Spolcane. PTO MEETING HELD Windsor Pro held Friday tight. cussed plans: for the to be held early in They were Upper Columbia Choraliers. Mrs. Earlea Elde Darlene Cadruiv we,re last Thursday of GenOa. Ladies club of Corners grange wi}l nesday ,at 1:30 p. m. be held at Isa.bella home. Mrs. Evelyn be serving. The work arid baking be discussed. The SOD (Sweet quartette of the ors grange sang a 9otluck dinner den Sprins Church. The country doctor-symbol of American stren The country doctor: living American symbol of a time when an independent spirit was a man's chief strength, Today there may not be as many country doc- tors. But the spirit they symbolize is still a part of all that is America. That spirit lives in the professions, businesses and industries that serve you today-enterprises built and run by free and independent people. Businesses like your electric company, owned by inves- tors-by people like you and your neigh- burs-who still prize their individuality. Yet some other people think that our feAeral government-rather than indi- vlduals-should own crtain businesses. Investor-owned electric light and companies-like us-are one of chief targets. Our company is run and owned by people who in individual effort. We believe we served you well, and you have us grow by your support as a When you consider what our has always stood for, can you see anyone should want our federal ment to do any lob it doesn't have to -such as owning and managing the tric light and power business? best to leave that to individuals, you, who believo individual effort Is quality that will keep our nation Dardels of Explorer Post No. Pioneer Garage in Medical and larvin Fo,ey of Air Lake. The local school supeT- Washington Water Power Co. 174lurer Sptmdron, No. 173. vises the program. Expenses The These ,two Scottts a:poeared be-[are paid by the s!te depart- fore the district Eagle board { ment, the farmer pays fr the I of review in Spokane on Jan. cost of parts ordy. Any type . 6 ,and passed ,the oral exami-[of arm equipment may be re-[ i nation to qualify fo this high J paired. , [ i rank. The Lakeland Vilagel l%obert Nelson of the Co,yote | i Camp Fire Girs wlil be spe- Pal is le,g in p(in in