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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, February 14, 1964 Medical Lake News .... By Katherine Holloway ED APPEL DIES Edward Appel, 66, died last F&apos;riday afternoon at Sacred Heart ,hospital fter a pro- longed illness. Mr. A1)te2 had been retired from farming at Lakela.nd Village for four years, where ;he ,ba worked for 25 years. He was born Nov. 9, 1897, at s pments' home- sed n Wmtkxm. When a small cMki the fam- ily moved o a farm south of there, whe he spent MI of 'his boyhood. In 1933 he mar- .ried Bvelyn Boyle and in 1935 they moved o a sml place rear Lakeland V'e, where they ,have lived since. Besides his wife, he leaves a ,brother, Anon, in Medical Lake. He .leaes many nieces and nephews, among em Harvey and , Havold Appel of Kellogg, Idalm, and Lola 'Bar- nett of Minnet, Mont., and others ,atong  West Coast. RosmT was sad Monday everng t  and Dodd with the fureral Tuesday mvning at . Arme's Cahurch, FoXier Kaeh officiating. He was buied at Memorial Gardens. NEW TOTAL GIVEN Due to dormtions, the M-rs ' Mxh has a tal fo $336.58, which ks over $60 more  the last year's to- Lxl. Z 'ehna Heyer was chair. man of the Medie Lake rareh nd  Smith is a member of the Spokane Coun- ty Board of the National Foun- d;ation. GRADE SCHOOL NEWS There  be ro sdmol on Feb. 17 in te Medical Lake district as teaohers  be a- tending a curriculm day in Spokane. Valemtine ,parties wi be held lay (Friday) in all the grades. A film  be skown one d] next wek entitled "Faendship Seven," coneern- ipg he flight of Jhn Glenn,. The PTA board met MorMw  the elementry I schl. The regula meethg has been changed to .Feb. 24; because of the ,benday on the regular meeting nigent. FRESHMEN BEAT LIBERTY Coach @ar Bates reports the  teazn m seven .... im and ,to Iosses in league games. They ,trmped Liberty "t0v26 last Tu. Jim Bau- man led scoig with 13 poins. Dale Brenmm was strong on the reboundirg While Terry Tarrat played .the floor ame well. A 14 on the fxeshan team p,lyed. Tuesday they played Odessa here ami North OentrM came here Thursday. CARDINALS WIN PAIR The Friday nht game with lead saw the Cardinals win 5137. Mead was ahead twice in the .flRrd suavter buC in the last quarter Medical Lake surged ahead to win. Bb Mar- salis was ,high with 21 points. Others scoring were Gary Glasgow with 8, Tim Hi,brick with 14, Al'hn G with 4 and Lan-y Tavlmn also 4. The juniur v asi,ty lost its game. The Cardina traveled to Newport Saturday to win 58- 43. e jum'r varsity ,os 59- 54. Bob Marsalis was ,high again with 27 pints. Cary Glasgow came up with 12, Tim Hillbrick 10, Alla GRbreth 5 and Larry Tarrant and Rocky Draper 2 each. Tonight (Fri- day) they go to Ke,ttte Falls ind Saturday East Valley comes here. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank our kind frieIds and neigbevs far their acts of love ad expressions of sympathy dm'ing the ilLness and death of my beoved hus- band. Pearl A. King Medic, Lake, Wsh. t14p Medical Lake Churches ST. JOHN LUTHERAN Rev. Wayne Olsen. past MorIng Nrvtees 11:15 Sunday hool, I0 It. m. Women of the Church. first Wed- nesday. 1:80 D. m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Rev. Harris Shone Sunday hool, 9:4 s. m. Morning wonhip, 11 a. m. Sunday, younr people, 6:30 p. m. Sunny evening ervice,  :45 D. . Wednesday Drayer rvi, ,/t4 p. l. COMMUNITY CHURCH Roy. Charle Blllul, (Yfiureh School. 9:45 a. m. Moning womhi, II a. m Evening Smwlve Sunday '/'to 8. Youth Servi Sunday $ to '/. Bible Study Wed., '/:30--8 :$0. ST. TIMOTHY'8 EPISCOPAL Rev. F_, J. Mason. Vicar Gilbert A. riv, Lay I. First and third Sund&y, 4:30 : remain- ing Sundays. 1I a. m.. Communion first Sunday at 4:80 ; Srd Thurmiar fol- lowing third Monday, 8 a. ra. Evening Irayer, 4:80 a Suada; morning layer, 2nd. 4th tli Sun- days, 11 a. m. ST ANNE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. E. J. Kowraeh, Sundayllt 8 a .m.--Ikehmd Villsge. 0 . m.---Cbm, ch;.m.--4h; Dafly :0 It. m. H o Days---/:@ a. ,m aml /:80 . In. bm-- to 8 o. m., Saturdays Odldr' r, dJs, f, on es-Mo]sy it lld i - , [Dennis Sies is ao saying at Smith's |nclded ]n Ithe Snode hne d attending Appreciation Day [Eastern WaShin,ton Sta I College. ,Smith's Cleaners of Medica:  Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edmards Lake also are pa, rcilating in had a uil house of company the Appreciation Day pro- the past week with al the Staf- gram. The firm's name was left out of the advent in ,last week's Free Press due to an oversight. FFA TEAM LOSES The Medical Lake FFA bas- ketbM'l team, cached by Lar- ry Hodgson, ost .to Reardan 45-41 Monday evening in the high school gym. RigA point for Medical .Lake was James Lake with 21 pom. Bob Mal- lert ,had 12. Reardan's high point men were Stanley Swartz at 12 points and Gary Swanson with 11. WRESTLERS LOSE Dwigh Linetl suffered a broken cali, ar boe q,,Thursday evening a the wrestling match with East VaRey. Wrestling at 141, .he was ahead in the sec- ond round when injuries caus- ed him to deadt. East Valley won 28-24. Ed Rose, 194, won with a pin; Darm. Jen, sen hedght, had a pin, Dick Jeness, 106, had a pin. Wtn- nrg decisions were: 116, Ed Col'Her; 123, Doug Olmstead, 130, Dick Funseth. Losing were Bob Male, 136; wrest- lets at 148, 157, 168 and 178. The junior varsity lost 19-12. i The tast match was Tlmrsdayl with CoHax. SCHOOL OFFICERS PICKED Newly elected officers for ,the student body ave as fol- .lows- president, BuSh Den- ton; vice presidert, Bonvie Kennedy; secretary, Gayle Os- Iterlmut; treasurer, Sandy Rag- :gio, and sergeant at arms, Ed Collier. STATION PURCHASED Mr. and Mrs. John Graiapp have .purchased ,the Husky service station from e Gary Fines and the Bill Whitmers and will take over the bulk ,distributorship for Husky March 1 frmn the Clark Coles. MANY ATTEND BIRTHDAY Over I00 persons attended the potluck ltmeh honoring Mrs. Orie Bacon's 90th birth- day }ast Sunday ,a the City Hall. Many more ttended open house later in the after- noon. Friends and .relatives came from as far away as Grand Forks, B. C., Omak and Seattle. Six grandchildren and 17 greatgrandeahildren were present. CRAFT CLASS MEETS Craft Class met last Thurs- day o spend the Mternoon making Mumirtum pictures. The January meeting .had been postponed. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday  No school. Tuesday  Meat aa, mus- tard, catsup, baked potato, green beans, apple quarter and milk. WednesdayTurkey gravy, potatoes, wtole wheat rolls, butter, lettuce wedge, Thous- i ,and Istand Dressing, fruR jet-! io and milk. Thursday  Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, chicken gravy, buttered beets, t bad ,and buter and fruit and milk. Friday Toasted tuna sand- wich, macaroni salad, buttered peas, peanut batter cookies, ice cream and milk. [ford children 'home. Mr. and Mrs. Ronaid Cook (Jo Stafford) are here visi.g e route to Quincy, Ill., where he will be employed after boirg discharg- ed from the Army. 2hey came from Anchorage, Ahska. Rich-' ard and ,Marvin Stafford, with the Army in Germm.y for three years, are .home, as is lobert, who was in France with the Army. The Fritz Gbreths returned home Saturday rom a trip to the Washington coast and the South, for nearly a month. They visited friends and rela- tives alorg the way. At New they spent a week with the. Fritz ilbreth Jr. fam$dy. Mrs. Mary Grffith and Chil- dren of Spokane were visitors at the Ab Griffith borne rec- ently. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cole via- Red one day last week wih Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Wolfe and chiMron. They are moving to Poeate.o, Ida. Stday dinner guests of the Porrest Clarks wer Mrs. Pat Haynes and the Archie Lairds of Slmkane. "Sunday dinner guests at the Sveansons were Mr. and Mrs. Rod Tipnich of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ahif. Mrs. Swano  entertain he Eastern Star Club at 7:30 Friday evening. Mrs. John ra.l,app 'had sur- gery at the Deaeoaaess hospi tat lt week and her son Brian, had a tonsilectomy a Sacred Heart a wek ago. ,Lenten devotors wi'tl be held every Friday at 7 p. m. t the St. Anne's Catholic Church &wing Lent. Medita- tions w be on te SaimS of ,the Cross and Benedictior... Let services will be held at St. John's Lutheran Church Thay evengs, iary Magdalene Circle met on Monday eve "nlg t the home of Henrietta Wilkes. Mrs. A'mela Grifth was a guest. FOR RENT Are you interested in earning part of your rent? Painting, yard work, odd jobs. Duplex apartment, 2 bedrons. In- quire Apt. 3, Haliet Apts. f14-21 Medical Lake  1934 Sunday was a banner day for the Corgregational Sunday school with an attendance of 90, the largest for several BROTHER IS KILLED Benny Barber of Oil Trough, Ark., was killed ,last weekend in a ear accident near there. Leaving Sunday for .the home of their mother, Mrs. Anoka Barber, and brothers Stanley and Laddy, were Bob, John and Barry Barber and Choir families. PERSONAL MENTIONS The George Pahners visited Snay with St. and Mrs:Mar-I ion King and with Mrs. Evelyn i Appel. Sunday visitors at the Claude Garners were Mr..and ,Mrs. Harold Howe artd son, Edward of CatMdo, Ida., and Mary Snead of Cheney. Debbie Heyer celebvad her sixth birthday Tuesday with ,a luncheon at 'her home with her gueSt .being Susan Conners, Dana Fran, Debbie Cogswell, Lori Browax Rene Kyle and Carmen Edwards. Mrs. Irvin Imhoff is feeling mch beter ater mfffering a heart attack and fall a her home some weeks ago. VisRin Sunday with Mrs. aLLllndy Snode were her nfieces lepkews, Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Seat of Elat and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Feclmer, Velma, Larry ,and Mr. ,and Mrs. Sam (Lilly Arm) Bradley of Wena. thee. Lin4a Sue Harmon is living with Mrs. Snode for the rema4nder of the school year. years. In the afternoon Miss Theo Ha, the C. I. C. class, Mr. and Mrs. Keene and fam- ily, Malissa FareH. "and Woiena Young ttended set,Sees at the Wetminier Congregational church. hpanola News e lo Amber News By Katherine Holloway By Jennifer Jordan GRANGE TO MEET CARD PARTY SUCCESS Espmmla Grin, go will meet[ Amber Grange raised $27 at this evening (Friday). Bgol,th,e card party or h,e polio will be played as part of the f ourtdation ast Friday night. lecturer hour. A card party has been planned for Satur- day, Feb. 22. The Women's Ctu'b will meet at the grange hall for ,a potluck lunch at noon Feb. 19. Roll call will fea- tare a valentine verse. All members are urged to bring a white elephant. Year books will be judged. LABISH HOST PARTY The John Labish family was host to a pin.ohle pay at their home SaCmrday eening. Hgh' prize wirners were Gor- d,on Hodgson and Glendor Roberts. Low prizes wertt Mike Itobers atd Mrs. Rupp wih Hak Rosenau getting the travelhg prize. Guests in. ! eluded the Roydal Oonleys, the John Teschs, the Gordon Hodgsons, the Bill Rberts, the Walter Rupps, ,the At Ros- enau amily, Ms. Eliza Ros- enau, Hank, Water ,.and Mike Roberts, and Mrs. Marilla Wy- burney and 'avy. [ REUNION &TDED ; Dr. Eugene Wybovney flew to Paso Robles, Calif., Sa,tur- day Co attend the family re- union of .his brother and sis- ter ,and his father, Hertry J. Wyborrmy, vcho celebrated his 85th birtlday ,this week. COUNT DOWNS BOWL The Connt Downs, origint- 'lere were eight ta!bles of pinochle. Prizes wo: high: Mrs. Earl Brooks, Run McKin- ley, 1,ow: Mrs. CArl,aline Yh.rsh and Elmer Tiedt; galloper: Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert. Pie and coffee were served Mter- wards. The committee wishes to thank everyone who partici- pated in any way to make the evening a success. HOT LUNCH londay  Crriculum day. Tuesday  Spanish rice, lettuce and egg salad, bread and butter, peaches, milk. Wednesday  White beans with weinem, fruR salad, choc- olate cake, hot rol,s and but- ter, milk. Thursday  Mased pota- toes with pork gravy, corn bread .and buCter, apple crisp and milk. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. ,and Mrs. Don Lambert and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Oxner and family of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Chares Miller Sr. were Monday ea,llers of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller. Mr..and Mrs. Gorcon Miller and family were Surday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hull and!,amly. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Best and amily .and Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best Jr. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best St. Monday evening Mrs. Binna Dummeier attended a dinner Reard were Sunday dinner guests ,of Mr..altd Mrs. Run McKinley, Mike and Brenda. Mrs. Dummeier wa's a 'tun- cheon guest of Mr. ,and Mrs. Ado Smi* Thursday. Lance Hill By Luella Dow Mrs. Jim Swanda Jr. was a Thursday visitor at the ome of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Scroggie. Mr. and Mrs. John Shwal- ter were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Myrtle Longb0C,tom in Spokane. Their son, David Butler, returred o his classes at W. S. U. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bramble of Marshall visited Mr. and Mrs. EI, mer Tiedt Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Emer Tied,t en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Orvat; Tiedt, Clifford and Brad and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tie@t at din-i ner Sunday in honor of Joe Tied,t's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Falk vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. J,ake Strie.ff Sunday. Morday the Striefs visi, ted Mrs. Otis Disney in Spo- ka, ne. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mowatt and Kimberly of Spokane were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmitt. Mr. and Mrs. WaRace D ov visited Mr. and Mrs. Cec1 An- derson and family Frkhy eve- ning. Mrs. Frances Lund and Mrs. Anna Notley v'ited Mr. and Mrs. Larry Welch over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dickerson :and Sharon Altder- son called on Mr. and Mrs. ed as a health project of Es- parml.a grange, meet on Tues- day evenings at 7:30 for sev- eral lines of bowling at Bag- dad Bowl. Anyorm interested in joining may do so ,t any time. Weight-watcher Micky' Moriarty has presented the club with a cleverly decorated pig bank, to be carried around by the most uulucky weight loser e,ah week. Quite a tram- her of pounds have been lost (and ,gained) by .this group in the past year. Bowling scores are hoped  improve in the i earning year. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baanley, Becky and Jerry of Pullman were Saturday luncheon guests at the Gus Pehi'son tome. Sunday afternoon visit- ors were Mr. and Mrs. John Bouscher of Spokane. Sunday droner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cole of Medical Lake. Sunvisitors .aC the Me/ Arnoldsons Sunday were Mrs. Anaa Murray and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Caudill of Spokane. I The Claude Ben,tiles visited] with .Mrs. Alma Weyen Thurs. [ day. On Friday they visited] with the Herb Gisselberg faro-[ ity in Spokarte. [ The Jack Cogswell drove to Spangle to have dinner with t the Robert Cramer amily. Other .guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Willms and ary Cramer of Deex Park. Sharon Cogswell and new son. were vitors ,at the Cogswell home from Wednesday until Satur. day. Kim and Kelly joined them Friday. The Earl Von Lehe family were birthday dinlter guemts of the John Higgins f, amily at On tim high school honor Clear Lake Sunday, the oc- roll the pas six weeks were icasion being John's birthday. Arlene Bartelt, Fern Bemaet!, ] Micky Moriarty and family Evelyn Friffith, Thomas Fou-Idove to Moses Lake Friday era, Berton I2hn, Eizabeth I to spend the night with the WaCeon, George Thiete, EtlmllJack Pe.rhatluricks. They a,lso Bartelt ,and Eileen Griffith. I visited with the Lee Penh,al- A baby girl was barn Feb. : lurick family. 11 to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wat-! kins of Tyler. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Ableman Feb., 3. Mrs. Ableman and baby are staying with her sister, Mrs. Charles Prentice in Idaho. Scores for the Medical Lak, Rifle club are Lockhart 97, Goetchius 97, Weatherill 97 Svenson 98 arm Wel 92. 1944 A dinner tmrty tortured Mr and Mrs. Pater Van Doren Feb. 1 on their glden wed- din, g anniversary. They were narried at Hay Sprig, Nob. Five or ,their 13 children were )resent. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stankovitc and Joe Van Doren of Walls Wa'la, Mr. and Mrs. C. Van Doren, Reardan; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Van D'oron and 6hfl- drew, Cheney, Mr..and hL,-s. ArnOld Van Doren and daugh- ter ,aml Mrs. Gertrude Rqzelt. Mr. ,and Mrs. Art Svenson visRed their new grandson, barn Jan. 25,  Mr. and Mrs. orman in Seafle. Scou,t Troop 101 w'fll have their annual service at the Lutheran chtrc Stmday, Feb. 1. Roy Holliday and Ted Hus- soy took in the Irflnd Empire Scout counl radio broadcavt. 1954 The Rev. and Mrs. John Gtschalk and son, Paul, of the Assenbly of God church will sa1 for Ceylon March 15. They will serve a missionar- ies for five years. Gall W. Talbot, formerly! On Sunday the Don McChan-I dless and the Ernie Morir-[ tys a.ttended a smorgasbord at l Airway tieights. I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Will-I ims and .family visited Sun-I day evening with the Ralph l Villlams at Reardan. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hodg- son and Shirley visited a,t Te- koa Sunday with the Scott tlansons. Mrs. Catherine Han- son returned to spend some time with the Hodgsons. Sunday dinner guests at the A1 Willms were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Willms 'and children. Amanda A_berts arid Renzil MeLain ,attended a Sons and Daughters hmoheon Saturday at the borne ,of 'Mrs. Edith Maggart in Stmkane. On Tuesday evemng the Bill MeGourins ,arid Gary, ,the Don Lamberts of Cheney, the John lcGouin.s :of Spangle and Bill McGourins of Spokane attend, ed the "Arctic Safari" at the Colium. On Sunday the Me- Crourilx visffl with ,the Jerry DeSpaLus at Sprgue. On Wednesday e,enirg Katherine Hlloway visRed in Spokane with the Charles C2mabenneaus and attended a pink and blue s,hower at the 1rome of Elinor Mrgan, given head of the aeoou.nting depart- meant at Lakeland Vlage has been appointed business man- ager. Mr. and Mrs. David Nogle are parents of a boy, born Feb. 3. Alfred W. Staples ,aaad E:he,1 I. Morrison were united m marriage Monday. Steve Croks in Spokane Sat- urday evening. Robert Down- en of Ewa,n visited te Ander- [son family Sunday and Mon- day evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers for studen a. EWSC. I visited the An, dersons Monday lvirs, mnna utmmeler was a ] evenn Bill Nevlen of St Surdsy afternoon es of ' .s.. , . gu J John wmted Mr. and Mrs. Rot> Mres. Osborn Belsby. err Anders'on, Lisa and Victor Satu.ay evening Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grogan and RiChard were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Barrr.ey of Ce- hey. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pierce and Jayne of St. John and Mr. and Mrs. Pete O'Latghlin of in ,honor of Mrs. e Lin- ville. Mrs. Nita Stark of Wau- kon was a vitor Friday at the Johnson-Holloay home. Sun- day visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hepton f Cheney, Mrs. EIinor Morgan and Paul of Spokane and Serg Clarbon- neau and .sons of Waukon. Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Serog- gie, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Folk :and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dow atterded the pancake din,nor Saturday evening in tmnor f the cattlemen of the area at the city hall. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franz Wallace Dow a,ttended the Deer Park auc,ti,ou Friday i while Mrs. Dow drove to the i home of Mrs. Donald Ball to visit briefly. Teresa Dow was a weekend guest of the B,ls. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mflner were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. ;and Mrs. Wlhce D<nv and Teresa. Mr. ,and Dow attended um Monday in lunched with Mr Dale Milnex of aso attended Teresa Dew-was a day afternoon o dau,ghter of Mr. win Dew. 'visited Mr. arrd Dare and Mr. hie Delles Sunday evsing visiCed Mrs. and Andy Pence. ternoon Mrs. and Mrs. RiChard httle daughteT, AGE AND Q. People seem to | er as they age. A. Between each spine there are discs ( that act as shock In later life these to there are 23 such vertebral column, shrinkage of each cause loss of an in height. There is a ency for the bend forward so erly person shouldered. This centuate the height. Q. Which is sprain  hot cations? A. Cold for the 48 hours, then a sprain, the around the joint ency to bleed swollen. Cold help reduce swelling. After a hot applications to help soothe there is much pain, see your want to x-ray the The real day's medicine much cure cos WILL CHILDHOOD BE THE ONLY FREED0 THEY WILL KNOW? Personal freedom can slip away the government even deeper in b0 a little at a time, as quietly as chil- ness. When any government oa business, it can control both go( and jobs. When it does that, it tell you where to work, where live, even what to do or say. In the light of this, can you any reason for our governmenl own and manage any business electric power and light, wlie is not needed? Isn't it best to IM that to the companies who N proved that the American traditi of individual effort are what our nation strength? dren grow. It can be destroyed by forces from within our borders. Subtle forces-like the steady ex- pansion of Federal Government in business, and the effect it has upon our daily lives. Already our Federal Government owns many thousand businesses. In the field of electricity alone the out- put of Federally owned electric plants has now increased to more .than 15% of the industry's total. And there are those who would put The Washington Water Power rd all, Natic 'dante. Hff. 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