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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, Febrtmry 7, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Hoop Team Still In Tie For First in Cage League Village apartments when not on their ranch .home west of town. At present Lt. Wybor- ,ney ardld his bride of last spring, Judy, live a.t Waka- rusa near the base. He is Espanola News By Katherine Hoffoway WOMEN VISIT HOSPITAL The Espanola Women&apos;s club met Thursday and toured Eastern State Hospital and vis- ited a ward under the direc- tion of Mrs. Stimson, volun- teer coordinator. They also were nner guests of the hos- pital. Taking part were Luetl'a Kuhn, Beverly Cogswell, tdna Reitmeier, Sally WitLms and Medical Lake Cardinals are still tied for first place in the Northeast A basketball league. Friday eve nJg the bt Ce- weba.h 60-36. Jim Hillhrick led scoring with 23. Others scor- ing wore Bob M]arsalis with 14, Cmry Glasgow 13, Rocky Dra- per ,two, Lar Tarrant two, Carl IAggins tw and Allan Gilhreth four. The junior var- sity  won 45-25. The Car- dirals will meet fiflah place Med tonight (rFriday) in the home gym axed will travel to Newport Sa.turday evening. The FFA basketball team will play Reard.an Monday eve- nmg. Gane tme .is 7 p. m. WRESTLERS DROP MATCH UniversRy defeated the Medival Lake wreng team last Thursday 26-18. Dick Jew- ess, at 106, :had a win; Doug Otmstea.d, 123, had a wi; Doug vey Saxby, 157, had a p; Ed Rose, 178, had a pi and Dick Fmnseth, 130, drew. The ju,mr varsity was de,teated 17-14 in its fifth match. The tqam has won two ad lost three. On Thursday East Val- ley wiU wrestle here. GRADE SCHOOL PLAYS The seven, th and eighth gra.dos of Mecal Lake 191e- mentary School are part of a Rew haskethall lea,gue, tlis year. Ohex schools parUcipat- ing are Bair, Cheney, Sunset and Windsor. In .the re'st game of he season, Bl,air defeated Medical Lake. In .the second game Medical Lake beat Sun- set vchen the final buzzer sounded. Windsor won the third go.me rafter a eltase irst hf. The next home game be today (Friday) where Che- trey plays here. BRITTON'S BROTHER NOW IN CALIFORNIA MARCH AFB, Caf.--bhjov RobeXt B. B'rtton of Cuper. ville, Wsh., has arrived here for dtty with a Strategic Air Gommd unit. Major Britton ",Is a eiv'd en gineeirg staff officer at I-rea.dqua.rters, Fiftee,nch Air Force, ere. He came here from an assignment at Fair- child AFB, Wash. The major, Wlo attended Fesao State College, is the brother of Jack H. Bri'on of Ma.",cal Lake. Major Bviton's wife, Louise, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chesley Brazil of Cupe- ville. JOHN KING DIES John WaRer FAr, g, 77, died Frhtay at Deaconess HospitaA, where ke hal been a patient Mr. King was born in Peta- luma, CAff. For '20 years he hd been ,a nationl orgaRizer and sales mn,a.ger for the North Western District Co. Ear manor years he was,a com- mertal scboM mar, :and in re- cent years he lecdazred and wrote a book on human na- ture. tie is survived by his wife, Pearl, at the home. Burial fol- lowed private funeral services, conducted by Ball and Dodd, in Medieal Lake Tuesday with Rev. E. ason officiating. MRS. REEVES HAS TRIP Mrs. Florence Reeves re- tt,rndd h>me Jan. 16 after a two month trip. Her first visit was with Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hail and family in Denver. On way to Tucson,., where she spent tvo weeks wi*h the Gone Volmer family, she e neounte.r- ed a blizzard much worse than hing he reanenbers in t;:o pa.t of *he country. At V.inburg Air Force Base .she spent some time wi.h Sgt. Medical Lake ! Churches ST. JOHN L/J'JL- Rev. Walme Olsn', pa Morning ervtces 11:1 Sunday School. 10 a. m. Women of the Church. first We& esday, 1:30 . m. ASBLY OF GOD CHURCH - Rev. Harris Shone Sunday chool. 9:45 a. m. Morning worip, 11 a. m. Sdnday. young :people, 6:80 p. m. Sunday evening imrvtce, 7:45 p. m. Wednesday prayer service. 7:46 p. l COMMtqqITY CIIURCH Rev. Charle Billul, p Church School, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Evening rv/ee Sunday  to 8. Youth Service Sunday 6 to 'L Bible Study Wed., 7:80--8:80. ST. TIMOTHY'S EPISCOPAL Rev. E. J. MMon, Vicar Gilbert A. Scrlven, Lay Dmder. First and third Sunday, 4:80 : remain- ing Sundays, 11 a. m.. Communion rved first Sunday at 4:30 ; 3rd Thureday fol- lowing third Monday. 8 n. m. Evening prayer. 4:30 Srd Sundsam morning.prayer, 2rid, 4th and 6th Sun- day. II a. m. ST. ANNE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. E. J. Kowraeh, pasto Sundays: 8 .m.--Lakelaml Vflh. 50 n. m.--Chuh;  I m.unuren; Daily--:80 a. m.Chureh. Holy Day,s--'/:$0 a' m. and '/:80 IP. I .--Church. Oonftiow---'/ to 8 P. m., Ssturdas Ohfldren' religion easses--Menday st :80 P. m. I and Mrs. Bernard Tanaheimer and family. From ere she wert to Tacoma to tave Christ- mas with Mr..ad Mrs. Jack Jones ,and amily before re- turning lmme. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Dianne Von Lehe celebrat- ed her birday Saturday eve- ning with Teresa Brever, Jim Bouman, Rich Lairs, Ter Long, Linda Von Lobe, Lefty Lake .arid Bill and Jthn Hig- gins. WORK SHOP HELD A committee of Eastern Hospital workers made on ex- change visit to Norhhern State H, asp@l at Sedro Wley and Western State HostM at Ta- coma last week to observe the care of geriatric patients and to atend a workshop. Taking part from Medical Lake were Mrs. Thelma Heyer, Mrs'. Ohve Raines, Mrs. Iances Stimson and Mrs. Alvin Plivn. OPEN HOUSE SET The family of Mrs. Ore IMeon will hold open house in her honor on ,her 90th birth- day Feb. 9 from 2 to 5 at the City Hall. Al her friends and relatives ,are invited to attend. REBEKAH CLUB MEETS Twen,ty members and one visitor 'met Wednesday at the .home of Maude Pillard with Olfie I-tnning 'as co-hostess. Election ,of officers was held with Ollie Hen ning being ramed president; Jo Welbarn as vice pres.ent; Daisy I.wis secretary, and Amelia Griffith, treasurer. The next meeting will be held Feb. 21 at the tmme of Ma.bel Shoat with Am.ei.a Griffih as co-hostess. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- Meat sandwiches, buttered corn, salad, cherry cottage pudding and milk. Tuesday -- Spaghetti with pmesian cheese, lettuce wedge and 1000 Island dre sing, hot French bread and butte, apricos and milk. Wed,nesd,ay -- Chiliburgers, dill pickles, fruit salad, jello and milk. Thursday -- Party tetei, tossed so.Lad with Swe-N- Tart dressing, bred and but- ter, a,pplesauce and milk. Friday -- Fish sticks:, tarter sauce, baked petatoes, butter- ed .spinach, valencine cake, ice crea.m and milk. ' CAR CL US "-H-'DI NN E R Fifty members, wives, am- ilies and Local business men attended the Slicks Car Club ham dinner Saturday evergng. After dinner a movie was shown,, by .officer MeCmllum of he state patrol. ,!t was a. CBS report entitl,e,d 1960 Labor Day Hotiday. Gary Fine also gave some .of the club s high lights of 1964. Officers for the coming year were in,staffed by Bob Huff of KNEW radio and presented with 1964 rule books of the Natinal,]]Hot Rod t associa.tlon. All officers were re-elected: ary Fine, presd- dent; Larry Brene,man, vice- president; and Darrell Cogs- well, secretary. T,he club has been paying on a. basketball team in the Spokane County league. Four games have been played with the club winning two. Oher teams are Central Valley, Greenacres and Opportunity. The club also reports their ap- p]iczon to the I. C. C. A. has been approved. DATES TO REMEMBER Job's Daughters bake sale Feb. 8 at Mi.nnicks and Swi- gas 'at 10 a. m. Worm War I barracks aml au meets Feb. 11 ot the City Ha,l. PSt Mtr_s and Past Pat- rons nigh, loyal 143, meets Feb. 10,ag I. O. O. F. Hall wi Emily Perlait anti Bd Potter presiding. Feb. 13 Job's Du,ghvs wil meet. Feb. 20 hey will dv inithtion work for the Masons Blue Lodge. OLYMPIC HOPEFUL Dr. and Mrs. Dugene Wy- borney and dau, gher, Mary, have received word frvan Lt. Hem'y J. Wyborney tt he will be .given a elmace to cm- pete in the National AAU championship field and track meet in Madison Sqtmre Gar. den at New York Cty Feb. 22. Through an apparen error in the Forbes Air Force Base newspaper, Sky Schooner Wy- borney's home ,address is lLt- i ed as Medicine Lodge, WaSh. Now maybe this is a suburb of MedicM Lake, but :his fam- ily does live in the Lakeland hopeful of getting temporary duty where he might concen- trate ,on .his ,high jump prac- tice. At present time he is training under Kansas Univer- sity field coach Bill Eastlund. Wi ,rmers of the February meet will have made the first step to one of the three jumping ,spots open on the Olympic tea.m, which will be selected in July. Wyborney started his jump- ing career in Mgh schooL in Port Angeles by wmning and settirg the Washington Sate high school record with a jump of 6-8 in 1958. This is two inches short of the figh school record but was the best th'at year in the rtaio,n. During his semper year ,at Washington State University he gave much competition to U. S. champion jumper, John Tho.as, who went ,as 'high as jumping 7-3/4. ] At present he is sigtfly over-[ weigh, but has jumped 6-7 in[ practice session. The young I jumper is 23 years old, weighs , 195 and is 6-1. [ PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. George Pal- mer spent Saturday aternoon visitkng at the insta,l.lation o officers of Rainbow 153 art Fairchild. Visitors the past week the Claude Garner home were  Mr. and Mrs. WaIter Hubbell and Mr. and Mrs:. Neff Hum- bert of heney and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Qtmrstvom of Spo- kane. The Don Winan fmfly spent Sunda.y tobggoning at the Loren Von Lehe ho:ne. St. Timothy's Guld met Monday evening 'a the .home of Ann Sonneborn with Betty Cal, ahan as hostess. Feb. 12 is the day for Lad- ies Aid to meet at the h,ome of Lila Swanson. Patt Selfridge and a visi, tor, Peggy Tooke. CARD PARTY HELD Seven tables of pinochle were in play Saturday eve- ning t the Ispartala grange hall. The A1 WiRms and the Leo Holzna.gels were hosbs. High .seore winners were Os- car Reitmeier and Evelyn WiRms. Low scres were .ak- en by Albert Rosenau and Mae Beattie with Joanne LaVish getting the traveling prize. COGSWELLS HAVE SON The Jack Cogswe fmily received word Santo'day 0f the birt,h of a son to the Jim Cogs- wells in Spokane. KurUs James was born just the day before his mother's birth, day on Feb. 1. He weighed eight pounds, one ounce. He has two sis- ters at borne. GLASGOW WINS BLANKET A thermal bl.anket was won by Hugh Clasgow Sa.turday everfing at the spalgheti feed he.id at the lfigh school. Other dor prize winners were Kath- erine Pohle, Ctariha Finch, Mrs. Button, An, nia Muay and C. Harmon. St. Anne's a,tar s- ciety served dinner to 135 persons. PERSONAL MENTIONS Linda and Charlotte Cra- met of Spangle eelebrated their birthdays Sunday at the Jack Cogswell borne. Other guests were the Bob Cramer family ,and the Wren Cogs- wells. Sunday visitors at the Ernie Moriarty ,home were Mr. arm Mrs. Don MeCandtess and fam- ily of Cheey. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sel- fridge and Tami visited Sun- iday .at Pine Cty with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Addi,ngton ad fam- ily. *- - ..... t2'=. . " ' ' 6 ,J .,, .2 \\;* * * \\; , L-._-==-- |  | ] ,-:--..'%(J '-- "'' " '   4  I "- ---.L "''e''''-'a " ..... . W .'-. "2c Arthritis evaluatle--Clgl ",, :o ,.,,om,.,,,, ...,,o, c;i%< }. [ ..... A growing network of March of Dimes-financed treatment centers, now totaling 44 for birth defects and 25 for arthrlti$, is bringing top quality medical care for victims of these cripplers to many communities where it had previously been unavailable. These centers, combining the peach cobbler, milk. Tuesday -- Vegetable a.n,d meat cassarole, salad, hot rolls and butter, fruited j elto, milk. Wednesday --,Chicken and noodles, green bbeas, bread and butter, pricot crisp, milk. Thursday -- Pronto p.ps, corn cassarole, celery, ice cream, milk. Friday -- Potato sou,p, tuna sandwiches, carrot sucks, peas, milk. t z f .; medical team approach, research and are an outgrowth of the polio respiratory pioneered by this voluntary health or Further growth of this program de public support of the annual March fund-raislng campaign in January. born daughter of Mr. Charles Mller Jr., joins a sister, Tami, Rouse every Ball & Dod, Funeral H, 2p.m. Saturday -- GET YOUR TREASURE CHEST COUPON AT ANY OF ABOVE MERCHANTS F ENTERTAINME are: entertainment, Donny Denny and Viola Ralph, and refreshments, Audrey Shook, Patty Raines and Helen Shar- er. Miss Dickinsen, the le'der, announced th'at the 4-H dub has purchased $202.75 in bonds during the 4:th War Loan drive. Mrs. Fran Llewellyn enter- tained at a party Monday eve- ning for her daughter, Marlene Kay. Present were Mrs. Agnes Heyer ,and Diekie, Mr. and hs. Arley Heyer and Judy, Mrs. Louis Teseh arid ch&tdren, Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry Watson and Rosemary, Mrs. A.L. Svenson and Juella, Mrs. R. B. Huten ,and Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn and Bobby and Mar. lene. Mrs. Donald Baldwin was ,honored wi.th a baby shower by the Community Ladies aid. 1954 The sum of $196 was collect- ed by the Mothers MarCh of Dimes. Leaders of the March were Mrs. Bud Swiget, Mrs. R. E. Jenson, Mrs. Ab Griffith, ls. Paul Messer, Ms. Bud Ahlf, Mrs. R. Johnson, Mrs. Fred Pexin, Mrs. J. Herming, Mrs. K. Geer, Mrs. Harry Wat- son, Mrs. Norm Graham, Mrs. Fritz Gilbreh, Mrs. Lyle Fu- son, Mrs. A. Chandler, Mrs. Ja.ck Larson, Mrs. Charles Sta- .to, Mrs. Al'hert Richardson, Mrs. Vic Hill, Mrs. Grimes, Mrs. Kenneth Smith and Mrs. Roy Hotliday. Miss Donna Lee lVIore, d,aughter of Mr. and Mrs:. Monte Moore, 'became the bride of Paul E. Greinen of Fairchild Feb. 4. By Jennifer Jordan MARCH OF DIMES BENEFIT TONIGHT Rein.ember .the Amber grange March of Des party tonight (Friday). The program will begin at 8:30 and consist of a film on, "The Life Story .of Cancer and Smokg," presented by the American Cancer Society. A phssieian will be present to answer any questioia,s. AI adults 'are in- vised to attend. BLANCHE MILLER DIES Mrs. Bl'anehe Miller, Long- time Amber-Sprague ,area resident, died reeen'tly in litz-: ville. Her funeral was held in the Community Church at Sprague. Rev. Seward presid- ed.. AMBER MENUS Morday -- Roast pork, apple sauce, bread and bulter, Amber News e Mrs. Jim Hop ton of Cheney. Wednesday visitors were Eve- lyn Willms, Sally Willms, Katbleen and Carolyn Mac Beattie, Mickey Moriarty, Mar- ilh Whyborney, Betty McGee and Wanda Powell of Spokane. Saturday afternoon caers at the home of Mabel Scat were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shoat of Cheney ,and Mr. grid Mrs. Clarence Shoat a.nd J of Spokane. "" Monday visitors at the Carl Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. 5ake Strieff of Cheney and Tony Trodel of Edwall. $50 or$100 If So, Be Here! Regardless of weather conditions or other circumstances this event will be conducted First Drawing Feb. 15th 2 p. m. Can You Use $10, $20, $30, $40, Pioneer Union Snodes Shell Se and Mannings Harry's Barber George's Barber Wagon Tavern & Ca SUPPORTING Medical Lake National Mr. and Mrs. Gu,s Pehrson visited Thursday even,irg with N FROM THE PAST Sprague. Weekend guests of the Medical Lake  1934 Chude Bea.tUes were the Herb MAss Pony Ki, rClhoffer and Gi.sseberg {arnily of Spokane. Miss Irene Tesch were sue- Celebrating their birthdays cessful in ing the eigh, th Monday at the Bill Mcourins grade examiration given in were Amanda AbeVts, Renzi] January.  ald Anita McGonrin. i Funeral services were hem Also present was Lu,]a Til,son. Friday for John Campbell who The Don Lamberts were Sait- died Monday., He is survived urday supper guests ,at the by his wife, Ellen, one son, A. Mconrins. On Wednesday H. C ampbelt of Foothill, Idaho, Mrs. McGourin and Mrs. Don ,.of Medical and one daughter, Mrs. Gro- Lambert were luncheon guests ver Cannon, of Davenport. , of the Floyd Smith family at Mrs. Earl Raft, Mrs. EffieiCelbert. On Fiday the Mc- Scholer, and Mrs. N. W. Brown Gourins visited with the "k were in Spokane Monday to Charles Kuchenbuchs a Mon-  /., Swigart Food purchase a pi,arm for the Con- dovi. y/,.// gregatiorml church..:, .  " " "/./ , Members of the Rebekah /// H.W. Wl lodge social committee include '"-" Building St Verna Fothergill, Nellie Le- fevre and Ada Glasgow. Medical I Appliance & Joe (Shorty) Berridge "died Sunday night of critical burns suffered early that morn,ing RaJphs' Dru in a fire vchich destroyed two old. - " " " cabins at Gramps landing at John Musser is home dur- Clear lake. ing semesters from Wastfing- Garv s Husky S Rita Hanson was elected ton State University. demons@ation chairman of the Sunday visitors .at the Carl 4-H club. Other commirttees Johns o;n home were Mr. and Ray s Chevron Sl FOR SPEEDY DIRECT Cheney Free Announcing Robbie arrived Saturday t,o Mr. and Mrs. J. M. H, arrises. spend two weeks with Mr. a.ndl Mr. and Mrs. Ch, arles Miller Mrs. A1 Weisman, Nancy and Sr., caed on their grea.t- Larry. grartdd,aughter, Pamela Jo, Sunday dianer gue.s of Mr. Friday. Pamela is the new Rubber WITH A and f,a.mily. Mrs. Joie Marsh was a Sat- urday overnight ,guest of Mr. md Mrs. Ivan Calvert. Mrs. Du:mmeier attended .he board meeting ,of the Pun- man library at Pullman on Thursday. The Amber PTA wi me.e an February 13' at 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Bll G.oodwin were Sund, ay guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Harris and family. Paul Harris spent Saturday at Mr. a,rd Mrs. Bill G,oodwins and family. Mr. ar, d Mrs. RaLph Nook of Entiat spent last week at PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Irene Moss yeas a Sun- day dinner guest of Mr. ,and Mrs. Ivan Calvert. Last week Mrs. Gordon Mille and her three sons went to Cle Elum to visi, t Mrs. Miter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lind- qmst. Mrs. Gary Moss, Kim and and Mrs. Harry Oeser were Mr. and Mrs. Andy Tro,mbert of Tekoa. Thursday Mr..a.nd Ms. J. M. Harris were din,er guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harris SPEED YOUR