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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, February 5, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway SCHOOL DONATES TO DIMES MARCH The Medical Lake student body was well represented at the March of Dimes Telerama in Spokane on Sunday. Butch Denton, student body presi- dent, ,arid Sandy ttazzio, treas- urer, presented $145 to the fund to help birth defects. Classes and clubs clall, enged each otimr to donate, pep ral- lies were held, &apos;a blanket toss was held at the bat,1 game and collections made t'o make up this sum. SUE SABIN NAMED GIRL OF THE MONTH After the performance of the Cardaires at haftime at the Cheney-Medical Lake basket- bat,1 game Saturday evening, Sue Sabin was given the hon- ored award of the group. She stepped to the middle o.f the C formation to be saluted as "Cardaire of the Month". This selection is made by a panel of faculty members on a point total basis for pa,rlcipation in ralli,es, drills and ,s, chooi ames. OFFICERS ELECTED Newly elected oficrers for the second semester ,are as fol- loves: president, PortAa Liggins; vice president, Saly Stimson; secretary, Helen Broken; treas- urer, Mary Orossman, and ser- geant at arms, Rich Spilker. SCHOOL HAPPENINGS ' Winter bnd ,ad concert that was cancelled last week was :held Tuesday evening. lepovt cards came out on Wednesday. National lmol Assembly Tlmrsday presented a magi- clan. PTS held on Montay evening with Dr. louis Graous of EW-: sc speaking Nt0000a. Dbars went to Ohewelah Thursday. The FFA boys go to Centaal Valley n Sarday morning. FRESHMEN LOSE TO LIBERTY HIGH The ffshman teaw, coached by Gary Bate, l,ot to Liberty last Monday 31-28. Clarence Glen scored high with 12 poirts. They play Cheney on Tuesday ,and Riverside on Thtsdy. i VARSITY TEAM IN THIRD SPOT J Medical Lake won a good hold on third place in league standings by winnizg bot their games last weekend. To date they have mn.e wins and three losses East Valley is or, top with 12 wins and Oolville holds second with 11 wins and one loss On Friday the Cardi.nats won over Riverside 59-44. The jun- ior va'rsity also won their game. Butch Denton scored high for the varsity with 21 points. On Saturday they beat Che- hey 54-42 in a fast and exciting ame. Bob Bell scored 18 points and Butch Denton 13. The Cheney junior varsity won in the early game. The Cardin- als travel to East Valley Fri- day evening with Colville c'om- ing here Saturday night. MEETING NEXT WEEK Barracks and Auxiliary of World War Vets N,o. 2963 will meet Tuesday, Feb. 9 at 8 p. m at the city hal! Co:mmunity club ladies aid will hold its meeting at 1:45 "p. m. Feb. 10 at the h, ome of Be,rnea4 Gflbre,th. Scout week is bedng obs'erved r.ext week with all ,boys wear- ing their uniforms to school and church. Loyal chapter No. 143 OES will honor their past matrons and patron's at their Feb. 8 mting. 7TH BIRTHDAY PARTY Keelly Ann McKie, grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ketslex, celebrated .her'sev- eth birthday laSt week with a party ,at the lome of Mrs. Wil- liam Durfee. Her gvandather baked a beautiful crake or the occasion. Guests were Lorri Brown, Tommy Bieirile, Ed Rouse, Jody Storm, Debhie Tob- ler, Skip Ordivcay, Rene Kyle, Mike Bates, Lee Roma,nS, Deb- bie Heyer, Cysil Ferebee, Caw, en Edwards, IAnd ,nd Larry Enright, Jttlie and Hb- ard McKie and the hosts. EPISCOPALIANS MEET Twenty-oe members of he St. Timothy's church met at the William Durfee kome one ,night }a, st week for a gotlck supper and their ,annual meet- ing. Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Mas- on of Spokarm were guests nd Rev, Wm. Hubbard had cherge of the meeting. New officers ,of the church are: warder, Ed Soneborn; treasurer, Carolyn Ku hne, and on the bishop's committee re Effie Stites, Bet- ty Caliban, Lura Ros'sleberg and Merle Bacon. SEVERAL BIRTHDAYS OBSERVED RECENTLY Mrs. Naomi Jolmson cele- brated her birCh, day o,n Friday with 'her diner guests being Mr. and Mrs. Krmte Berg, Mrs. Leona Lochhart and Mrs. Pearl Caves o Spokane On Satur- day she hon, ored the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs:. Bffi Kuhn with a dinner. Mr..ad Mrs. Del Bassard and children were aso guests. The: John.sons drove to Deer Park one day to help Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Van Hook celebrate his birthday. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jo:hn- son and Mrs. Pearl Brederick. Suriday dinrier guests ,at 'the Jehnsons were Mr. and Mrs. KenneVh Peterson, Mrs. Dar- lene Caufield ad Angeha. The Lewis Ewans were afternoori vsitors. GRADE SCHOOL NEWS Charles Witkerson, Spokane county hearing technician, will give tests to all ee,mentary school children Feb. 9 and 10. The elementary band con- cert, under the direction of Mr. Thom, will be presented on Thursday, Feb. 11", at 7:30 p. m. Everyone is invited. The elementary school ,has- ketball team will travel to Che- ney Feb. 12. An assembly was held Mon- day morning for all students. The film "Alaska Calls" ws shown, narrated by Wesley BlUr. He has been a teacher in Alaska and 'has spent part o his time as a gde in both Canade und Alaska,. Plnt and animal life were som, ao pictures of giaciers: HOT LUNCH MENU Monday  Medical Lake's favorite dish, whole kenel corn, lettuce wedge with 1,000 sla_nd dressi'g tapioca pud- dirtg and nk. Tuesday -- Cook's choice. Wednesday- Ground beef gravy over potatoes, perfection salad, heat flake mfins ad butter, ova, nge quarters and milk. Tursday -- Oven fried chicken, ma'led potatoes with chicken gravy, buttered peas, puzale plums nd ,milk. Frklay -- Gri_ted cheese sandwiches, green beans with mushroom sauce, toed greea saliad with French dressing. cherry cottage pudding nd mik. NEW POLIC-HI g F NAMED FOR MEDICAL LAKE Clinton R. BaHane has been named 'as chief of police for Medical Lake. At present he and Dick O'Neill are the (rely officers ,on duty until a re- placement can be found. Dep- uty sheriffs from Spokane will fill in Whenever needed. FIRST AID "CLASSES STARTED TUESDAY First iaid classes got under. way on Tuesxay evening at the city hall. They will sta with the beginners class and go through the advanced group, e,ac'h Tuesday and Thursday from 7 until 10 o'clock. It will be run ,a,bout five weeks. Medical Lake- 1936 The Depertdable Motor F,reight was granted a permit Feb. 5 by the state department of public service to operate between Medical Lake and Spo- kam. luby Gray las heen ppoint- ed new city clerk by Mayor Wilkes to fill the vac'ancy of Lester Lefewe, vhe resigned. Lefevre 'is :moving to Daven- pet where he has aeceted a position in ,the bank at Dav- erport begimng arVh 1. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fohergil,1 ad Mr. and Mrs. Ca'l Grub attemded a muMcal artd mystic shew given Friday evenhag by tke Scotish Ftite at the Masaic temple in Spokane. Mr. and 'Mrs. (3hester Mac- DoltMd ,are parents of a baby girl born Stmdy fternoma. Mr. ,artd Ms. Guy Ch,ambers have moved into the Etta Chambers home. A Shower kormrmg Mrs Dar- rell Graham (Kaeen Thex- ton) was given Friday by Mrs. J. B. Wolfe at Deer Park. At- texdirg from here were Mrs:. E. G. Gray sad Miss Mxine Thexton. Medical "Lake- 1945 Jack E Miler, former com- missary storekeeper ,at Eastern State Hospital, h,s been pro- moted from warrant officer jumor grade to ctfief warrant officer. He is 'a member of the. European Civil Affairs divis- ion stationed in Oermany. Mr. red Mrs. Clinton have sold their store a,t Espan, ota to Mr. and Mrs. Taylor of Grange- rife, Idaho. Mr. :and Mrs. Robert E. White (Arlene Sweet) spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark. Mr. and Mrs. 5okn Tesch re- ceived word Crom Sgt. Robert I Tesch that .he is stationed in New Guinea. Mrs. Gene Hackney received a targe coconut from her hus- band Who is stationed in New Gttinea. M. and Mrs. Wright (Betty Croswell) are parents of a daughter born Jamary 26. .Mr. ad Mrs. Wayne Deton have purcltased two 1louses from Mrs. Btenor Englebreeht. Mrs. Rive is .livLag in one at presen but wi move to her daughter's hwne. Medical Lake--- 1955 High sclool ,henr roll stu- dents making B ,grades or bet- ter were Pggy Cltristensen, Fritz Gilbreth,,b__ Carl Grub, Slarrn Hennllg, Jack Reit- mer, Jim Secord, Diane Wy, ni, a, Janice Ackerman, Aletha Krell, JoAnn Secord, Alan Straw, Kenneth Swanson, Mar. lene Llewellyn, Erm'a Turn- bough, Miriam Ackerman and Sa,n Parmeter. 1 The Mothers' March of l Dimes Monday ight netted $256.37. Marching were Mrs. Carol Swgart, Mrs. ary Smith, Mrs. Dick Heyer, ,Mrs. Mavgie HoR4"dy, Mrs. Marie bavsan, Mrs. Charles Staten, Mrs. Dorhah, Per., Mrs. Ollie tienning, Mrs. Aflen, Mrs. B owtsly, Mrs:. Chexon, Ms. Fu- son, Mrs. Geer, Mas. Graham, Mrs. Grimes, Mrs'. Ve Hi, Mrs Roli.n Jchrtson, Mrs. Kirk Mrs. Llevellyn, Mrs. Paul Mus- set, Mrs. Jim Murray anld ,Mrs. RiChardson. Mrs. Mae Beattie ws os- tess to a products pay Jan. 26. Present were Beth McDw- el, Amy Humphrey, Lorene Ahecn, Lua Tilso, Evelyn Wi,l.lms, Donna Musser, Mabel Shoal, and Laverle Sears o,f Conne11. PERSONAL MENTIONS Dave Lunder returned fro,m Sacred Heart ,h, ospial Monlday. Mr. arid Mrs. WaRer Rupp entertained with a birthd,ay dinner ,on Sunday honoring their daughter, Betty Labish. The John Labish family were guests The Wi,'am Durfees were Sunday dinner guests of the WiRam Pepers. Mrs. Hendrix returned by pllane from Evansville, Id., where ,she spent a moTtth wLth her son and family, the Jack Humphreys. Stmday dmnar guests at the Forrest ,Clark home were Mr. and Mrs. Rick Nicolle, Pam Keene and Bey. and Mrs. Jim Pen'y and family. Aftexnoen visitors were Mr. a, nd Mrs. Pat- rick Iaynes and daughter arm Mr. and Mrs. AreOLae Laird. Judy Ktug is home for the be'tween semester break at WSU. Mr. and Mrs. I.v Hilbrick drove to Ellensburg Tuesday to ,see their son Jim play bas- ketball with the fresh team of Seattle Pacific College. Mr. ariel Mrs. Tin] Hillbick and Timmy 1.et Thursday,'- to spend some time in Ft. Worth, Texas, with the Henry Hhlls. They plan to atteni the wed- din,g of her sister. My. ad Mrs. Joe Pickett spert Sunday with the Claude Garners. Mr.. and Mrs. William Carl at'tended the funeral on Wed- nesday of Arthur Ladd in Spo kae. Mrs. ERen Brown was a Fri- day overnight guest of Mrs. Ado Hilyard and Mrs. Heden Mil,ls in Spokane. They were Sunday dinner guests at the Brown Imme .ang with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ah. Mrs. Marie Larson and Mrs. Edna Anderson visited on Sun- day with their parents Mr. and Mrs. James: Gvigare a't the Sid Johnson home in Simkane. See everything, overlook a great deal, correct a little.- Pope John XXIII. Espanola News By Katherine Hollowa GRANGE CARD PARTY The Espano]a Grange will hold a pinochle pty on Sat- urday evening, Feb. 6, .at 8 in their hall Everyo,ne welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wflliams and family of Rem'da,n were Surday dinn.er guests of the Hova,rd Williams h, ame. Friday evening dinner guests o,f the Lloyd Kna:pps wewe the Grover Oannons o Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Glyndon SatLh- er and son of Grand Coulee we,re Saturday evening s'it- ors at the Grd,on H,edgso,ns. 1 On Sunday Go,rdon Hodg*son I and Shirley and Wayne were I dinner guests at the E. C. Hodg- s,ars at Veradale. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reitmeier and sons left on Sunday morn- ing for their home ,after spend- ing the past week with the Os- car ReitmeJers and the Jim Owexts family. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Retmeier we-e Tuesday dinner guests at the Reitmei- ers, the R. E. Herrys of tIk vis- ited Wednesday evemng and the Jack Cogswells were Wednesday luncheon guests. On Thursday evening 'they were dinner guesCs at the Fritz Gilbreths in Medical Lake. On Saturday they attended the Cheney-Medical Ixake basket- ball gme and had coffee and cake ,at the Jim Owens home. A Monday visitor at the home of Am, ada Alberts and i Renzil McLain were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin l, mhoff and Iazel Frck of Medical Lake. Elsie Pehon visited on Thursday evening with June Oocte in Medical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Wiilms and Mr. and Mrs. Mmn Wlms a,d family attended the Rear- dan Lions club pancake feed Su'rtdy. The Jack Cogswels drove to Deer Park on Suaday Vo have dinner with the Dick Wilns family. The Frank Selrfridge fmily were Sunday evening suplaer guests a the Wil'lam Hoener home The A1 R, osenaus were Sun- day dinner guests of the J(hn Hod, gson. family .at Deer Park. Rusty Holloway was home from Seattle on the weekend. Sire, day dinner guests a the H,ol,oways were Mr. and Mrs. John Ham and 6ughters, Mr. ,arm Mrs. Elmer tHarris ad Donna of Tyler, mr. and Mrs. Hepten of Cheney arid Ron Kellmer and son of Spokane. Mr. ,and Mrs. Kennefh John- son, Judyrrd D.oug o Spo- kane visited the Carl ohn- :sors Saturday e,vemng. Mrs. Stanley Swanson was a recent visitor at the Bill Me- Gourin home. Mrs. MeGotwin was a Wed'riesday luncheon guest of Mrs. Harry Bolus in Spokane. On Wedn,esday eve- nirig Mrs. McGourin was hon- X, INSTITU RETAIL MA FRANCIS L. SMITH, Cheney, received a cer- tificate of completion from Dr. Charles M. Edwards, Jr., (right) dean of New York Uni- versity's Institute of Retail Management, at a luncheon last Friday, Jan. 22, concluding the 25th program in retail jewelry store man- agement and merchandising at NYU's Wash- ington Square Center in New York City. A total of 30 jewelers representing and Canada participated in the gram which covered all aspects of merchandising and stoe operation, i financial control, sales.promotion ment, and service pelicies. Mrs. owner of Smith Jewelers, Cheney. <>red wth a birthday dinner at the Don Lambet lmme near Cheney Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGourin, Mrs. Grace Phil?eo ad Bffi and Gary McGouri. Te Mr- ins attenlded the coliseum tmv- etogue on Wyoming Thuday night. Friday oversight guests of the McGourin's were Ms'. Min- or Truya and Rut, hanne of Mis- suta. On Saturday Mrs. Mc- Gourin h.onored tlm birtdttys f Amanda Alberts and Ienzil McLain at her h,0n,e wih din- ner. Mrs. Tom McGottrin, and son of Arlinon, Va. visited during this past weekend as did Mr. arid Mrs. Fl, oyd Smith of Col- bert and Mrs. Smith ,of Odessa. ary visited with George Man,n in Spokane Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Levoy Rea- mers and baby o,f I)a.venport visited with the Otto Magn,us- ons Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Oarmon of Davenport were Friday hincheon guests of Dave and Mi:n, nie Peterson. Mabel Shoaf entetairmd with Sunday dinner for the Oscar East Cheney By Anna Phillips Next East Cheney Grange meeting is this Friday eve- ning at 8 if weather and roads Miayield arid kane joined them Mrs. Joe Lablsh mother Mrs. C. V. Ooeur d'Alene last Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Jack permit, and son Garry of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Harring- [ were as,t Saturday ton and family of Moses Lake I guests of Mr. and Mrs. air force base were weekend l Strup" Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vern[ daughter of Mr. Harrington. Mr. ,and Mrs. Troy Stroup. Mrs. Stmie Piersl of Musser family and the Larry. Danieisons. John Muser is home for a few days before rz#stering for the nxt se- mester at Pullman. Mr. ,and Mrs. Leenard Long and child,ren and Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Wyberney and Mary and Mrs. Hazel Moe were Sat- urday dinner guests of Judge and Mrs. Etswovth Gum,p in Sp,otane Saturday eveni, nlg. Tley spent the eveni,g viewing picture!s of their trip on the Alcan highway. Dr. nd Mrs. Wybo-n,ey en- joyed the Sunday performance at the Coliseum of Fred War- ing, attending the work shp which followed. was a weekend and Mrs. Chester Johnny. Saturday Piersol and Mrs. lips visited Mr. Cheney nursing .home. Mrs. Fred Beird of called at the day. Mr. and Mrs. Tack .and Connie ty Suriday evening a su'ppev guests. Mr. and Mrs. spent last Satur4ay with Mr. anti Mrs. ton. Extensive re,adi,rg less treasure. discover the diff [ ,.:.:.:....,.............,.. :.:.:.:.:. Park out front, at least for a while, and let the neigh- bors enjoy that sleek Impala Super Sport styling. After all, you have everything else to yourself: the luxurious Super Sport interior with its cushy bucket Impala Super Sport ...... :'::;-:::'::';i: - seats, center console and carpeting; the smooth easy Chevrolet ride; and Chevrolet power, starting our famous 140-hp Turbo-Thrift 230 Six. 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