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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, Febrtary 19, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway NEW STUDENT BODY OFFICERS recently installed to serve Medical Lake high school for the remainder of this year and the first semester of next year include: Back row, left to right, Rick Spilker, sgt. at arms; Sally Stimson, vice president. Front row, left to right: Mary Crossman, treasurer; Helen Brown, sec- retary; Portia Liggins, president. 1L, .,,,L,"NI: FROM MEDICAL LAKE HIGH SCHOOL achieved 4.00 grade averages or academic perfection on the first semester. Pictured left to right back row: Lorraine Allen, Ross Ersom, Barbara Edmunds, Nancl Haase, Janis Wertz and Steve Klug. Front row left to right: Dixie Oliver, Bey Harmon, Portia Liggins and Vanessa Birdsey. He00kal Lake High w,,,, THIRD POSITION School Honor Roll The Medical Lake Cardina i are n third place i,n caroler. once wrestling with iv:e Ten StderLts rom Medical ,and five losses. They won over fJake ,high schel achieved 4.00 Ritzve on their fioor on Sat- r. &apos;e. avefles, or. academic t ud7 fterrmon 32 to 15. The laeaffectioa  vJ]e mz seineS-  306 weight class was l++hh only ter just e+ deal at te SpOkane  feitJre. Wm:ning wit pins counw SCHOOL I were Dave Emerson at 123, Jim Eight o these students are i Emerson at 141 arid Ed Cam- enrolled i, the 11 gxle, one, bridge t 194. Tom Parlvex at .in ,grade 12 and one a nnthlll5 was .pizmed, Dia Turn- 'der. rId by Janis Wezlbou,g at 178 ost a 5 to 2 de- wth a stral_ht A avenge, the ]c,'n , rd Dave IAdell .had a freshman class placed 15 stu-l, to 3 draw in the lmavywght dents (m the semester lmaor to,ass. Winning decisions were O]I; t sopomorie h 14;]Doug Otmstead at 130 with a he jurors, 23 with Lorraine j6 to 0, Steve Graf at 136 with Alert, V, anessa Bdses', Bar- a 6 to 2 Dwiaht LideU at 148 baa E4mud; oss Elsom, t with .a 5' to 17ohn Woodward Narc. Hse, Steve. Klg, Per- It 157 with an 8 to 5 ad Craig I2g ad DLXm Oliver jGru) a 168 wRh a 2 to 0 fin- al posting A fMshes. ,2e sen- j ish Eleeen boys will go to the jar class sparked by the Per-ldirit m,.rn,+nt ,t w a a.uu aveme se 1 honor d'av roll stude 'ts. "" Freshmen Janis Vfertz. Janice Quilling, Gretch- e Graham. Priscilla McCarson. Linda Russell. Suzanne Agnew, Robi Smith, Mary Wetzel, Dawn Jurgen. Vicki Obenchain. Judy Raggio, Dean Holliday, Janice Jirasek, Jean Kin and Diane Winans. SOlhomores Tom RasmusSen', David Ralph. Aleta Taylor. Kathy Mayer, Diane peters. Stuart Young, Jim Bauman, Jan Rob- erts, Reid Whiteside, Kim Elsom, Juiie Ericor. Mike Obenchatl% Kathy Shae- fer and Sharon Smith. Juniors Lorraine Allen, Van essa Birdsey. Bar- bara Edmunds. Rcs Elsom. Nanci Haase. Steve Klug. Portia Ligwins. Dixie Oliver, Robert Smith. Janet Kelley. Marsh Me- Guire, Mar Agew, Steve Bickley, George Tress, Larry Bauman, Heler* Brown, Eddie Collier, Inda Crouch, Pare Lachenmyer, David Lidell, Roberts Sipes, Sally Stlmson and Dale Terry. Seniors Beverly Harmon, Carl Ligglns, Diane Young, Limla Slicer, Alorao Wertz. Bill Stimson, Steven. Laehonmyer, Nany Tolliver. Sandra Wilson, Elizabeth ook, Fred Perkins. Jeanne Gray, Dick Bur- lirame, Jaris Key, Mike Shankle, Jer- rF Murray, Brenda Selleck ad Jackie Springston. Additional students on the nine weeka honor roll are Sylvia Adams and Gloria Drury. sophomores ; Rick Laws and Lee Nichols, juniors, and Sandra Raggio, Bill Hilbert and Kathy Serpinas, a- ]ors. SCOUTS TO BE HONORED FEB. 20 Scouts in uAirm, ccm- panied by their den rs, he admitted free to the Cd  game on Feb. 20. They wi ,st in a special are Rev. Blups, Cub Sco mas- ter, aml .den mothers are mak- ing p]a fr lhe Gold d Blue banquet ,to ,be held at 6:30, Feb. 22 t the city ,lll. The invocation  be ,give by Faer Kowruch. Awalxis will be given ad the boys all on- eerin with sortgs md ye. This ,mmu, al affair will be pot- lck. SONNEBORN IN CIVIC PLAY Ed Soneber, lcal business mn, .last week fi,Sked i the preclusion of 'Don Jua ht Hel' ,at he Community college and s now working in the cast of "The Dark at the Tp of the Stairs." The lhy, written by Wi, giam Ige, wffi open to- mght, Feb. 19, in the Riverside phyhotme. The Civic Theater production wi play Feb. 19, 20, 25, 26, 27 and March 4, 5, 6 at 7:30. CARDINALS HAVE GOOD WEEKEND The 0ardin,a have retained their e for third place ia the basketball coerenge thanks to  wining weekend. They aveed to SeLkirk n Fiday evening to win 62-42. ,Mar Ag- la scored high wth 19 ButCh Denton :had 10 points. On Saturday evening  host- ;ed Newlaort with a  game enug 49-47. The g was tied with 4%aS until the last ifive ,secozds When Bob was fou'ld, giving him two +foul .Shots to win he game. He and Mar Agew each brought tn 14 points. They now stand with 11 wins and five losses. Friday eveng ids the Car- nas travding to NewIxm't and on Saturday Selkk will come 'here. HOT LUNCH MENU M0day -- Wash,gton's birthdmy, no svhool. Tuesca--Hamburgem, mus- tard and catsup, dill pickles, buttered peas, cheny cottage pudd,g- and milk. Wedesd, ay -- In l0or of FFA week 'dinner, surplus roast beef slices, beef avy over ,Moses Lake potatoes, lm rags, marie from status wheat, surplus bu,ter from USDA, i California lettuce and 1 salad, VCashtngton p#e sec-] tos, milk from o  In- ad Emlaire. ! Tbursday- Old Pashiord baird bears with bacon, cb- bge sltav with Lavina's dress. ing, bread nd buter, +bdng ehees ,ad milk. Friday -- Tuna noodle cas- seV01e, .buttered green beans, brd arid butter, gingerbreafi wRh whpped ,cream and milk. Attending the quarteely din- ner in Hilyard .of the Medical Lake-ffneney Barracks and Auxiliary No. 2963 were Mx. +ad Ms. George Palmer, Mr. ad Mrs. Cude axner and Mr. ad Mrs. Claude Mace. Elctior, will be held at the April meeting in Colvi]le. NATIONAL FFA WEEK Gay. Dan Evans las d.hred Feb. 20-27 as Nation+al Future Farmers of America Week. The Medical Lake chapter will ob- serve this week by placing pos- ters in the local business hous- era ,and the elementary and high school. Toby layfield, presi- dent, is directing the events. A roast beef dinner will be ,served on Wednesday as the hot luncht,, meal. It will have a,H the trimmings served at table's !aecorated by the members. FRESH QUINTET FINISHES SEASON The freshman basketbaH team is through for this sea- sdn with two wins ad seven toss.. They ost both of their, games with Liberty last week. T, he scores were 39-33 'ad 36- 23 with Ciarence Glen searing high in both games for Medi- cal Lake. HOSPITAL FOLKS AT TRAINING MEET Eighteen employees of East- ern State hospital attended the third in-service training session held at the Alderbrook Inn at Union, Wash. Others attending were from western ,and north- ern hospitals. The fourth ses- sio will be held in April to complete he past year's pro- gram. GARY TOOKE MARRIES AT FT. BRAGG, N. C. Rot. M/Sgt. ad Mrs. Alto Tooke have received word {ram their son, Spec. 4 Gary Tooke, that he .and Jean Ann Atkirs were maied Jan. 30. at the chapel at Fort Bragg, N. C., where ary is with .the air- bathe division ,of the army special forces. COMMUNITY CHURCH Ladies Aid =met on Feb. 10 at the ,home of  Gil- ,breth with 22 present. Chos- teases were Zelma Heyer and Audrey Webb. Yotmg Adalts  meet vh Milyn and Bob Cook on Feb. 26 for ice skating ff the weather permits, otherwise games will be pyed. Fourteen couples +have been attending the meetings. The ,Commisskm on Missions, wll show slides of Africa t 6:30 on Feb. 21 .at the church. Two other services w be held i on Feb. 28 ad March 7, Rev. i ad Mrs. James Hortn, for- merly of this church, nd now of TraIsvMe, Africa, will be in chm, ge. Children of the Sun -+ day ,school are haw colectLg dOmation, s for a bieycl for a Uve worker in Africa. To dte they have careered $28. LUTHERAN CHURCH St. JoLm's Lutheran chuh wll Lave Pastor ,Clair," Gube! of Oherm .a .a .guest speaker I on Feb. 21. He and Pastxr Ol-i sen ave exchanging pulpits for "Total Misskm S +u(hy." The Esther ,circle met Feb. 3 at the home of Mill JoRm son. On Mozday evening the Mm-y lagaene circle met th Mrs. Henrietta Wilkes. The executive board of the St. John's Luther.n clmrch wovaen met ,at the home of Katherine Holloway to outline pao_s for the comin yeax. The general meeting ws held Feb. 15 ,at the :home of Inez MeMos- tern with the evening circle as hostesses. Year books cov- ers were made t this meeting with Patt SeltVidge winning the prize or tke best pahg. A brary is .being started, some are sewing for - yika mad ,a tour of Eastam State hospital is pm..,ned. .IAtle Teary Sevord is home from Sacred Heart hospital where he spert 10 d'ays, part of the time i an Or. Mrs. Th +,eim.a Ne'Iso ',had sur- gery ast Thmsday ,at Sacred Heart ,hos. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Haidy at- tended the visitation last Sat- urdy at Inand &range. ,Mr. and Airs. ,Clark Cole spe severtl days lst week on a +buRass trip to Ridhrtd, Moses Lake, Moscow, PuRman, d C0eur d'Alene. Sunday mmr ,guests were Mr. Mrs. Emst Freytag of Kend- rick al Mr. d Mrs. Verles lmuse and Mrs. Mina Px)ks ,of Pu,ma. Dkmer guests on Monday were Capt. nd Mrs. David Fossum of Fair- child. Sumay afternoon visitom a the Be rgans were Mr. and Mrs. Don Wynia and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moran and Dap,e Jao.nech of Spokane. Md Arnold worst to the Dea- coness huspital on Sunday to have surgery on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Arnold of Pull- ma were weekend visitors at the Avrold home. On Valentine's chy the Del Keenes enter%aied the YMCA with ,a father .and daughter banquet. No mothers ,allxed; wonder if She had to come Wims. Attending were the Oscar Reitmeiers, the Gordon Iodgsons, Dave Peterson ad Ea Van Lehe. Officers are Gordon Hodgson, clerk; Dave Peterson, treasurer; A1 Wifims ad Oscar Reitmeier, stpervis- ors, ,arid Earl Van Lehe elected to replace Cl+aude Bezttie as supervisor. Espanola News By Katherine Holtoway GRANGE WILL GIVE PROGRAM Espan, oh Grange met Fid:ay evening with 3'0 members pres- ent. A combination Valentines day and Lincoln's birthday pro- gram was held. Tomght, Fri- day, the lecturer's program will be presented (at the visitation a,t SpringhiH Grange. Every- one is asked to attend. A card prty is lalanned for Saturday ,at 8 o'clock in the Grange .hall. TOWNSHIP MEETS The Espanola township met on Monday evening at the home .of Mr. a, nd Mrs. A1 home ,and wash the dhes. At the paw wow for Indian braves and maidens, Mr. Keene was Night H, awk and his daughter, Dawn was Bright Feather. Mrs. Inez Watson felt at her hme on Tuesday and suffered a c.ompound fracture of her ankle. She spent several days in the :hospital, coming home to the Fran Llewellyn home for a while. Mr. and Mrs. Clare,nee Rider received word last week of the illness of ,his father C. R. Rid- er of Crosby, Minn. They. left for his home but Mr. Rider died before they go there. Mrs. Larson spent Monday visiting in Colville with Mrs. KNAPPS HOST PARTY SATURDAY EVENING Mr. :and Mrs. Lloyd Knapp wexe hosts on Satu.rday eve- ning at a pinochle paty at their home. Guests were the John Labishes, Royd Con- leys, Roy Schmidts, A1 Rosen- aus, Leo Holznagels, Anna Hedgson, Walter Roseau, Mrs. E]za Rosenau, with Joanne a,ad Raymond Labish j,oi,n4ng trhem later. High winners were Doris Holznage4 ,and J,om Lab- ish, low scores going to Albert Kosermu and Irene Rosenau. Albert also won the traveling prize. PERSONALS Mrs. Kate Addington and Mrs. Helen Gustin of Pine City visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson. 1 The Oscar Musser family I were Sunday dinner guests (if] Mr. and Mrs. Larry Danielson j zler Amber. [ Mrs. Dan DeChenne of Spa- / kane spent the weekend at the t Earl Vane home. I Mr. and Mrs:. E. C. Hodgson of Veradale were Sunday din- Grigware. J net guests of the Gordon Hodg- The Kennie Breyles family [ sons. attended the Medical Lake-Se,1-I Mr. and Mrs. A1 WiUms kirk game on Friday and spent [ spent the past weekend at the weekend with the Earl Pomeroy with the Bob, a Kirk Broyles family, family. Loren Von Lehe was the Lee Pe,halturick of Moses guest of :bono on his birthday dinner at his home on Sunday. Guests were the Don Winans family and Mr..and Mrs. Fritz Gilhreh. Sunday supper guests at the home of Pearl King and Glen Pedigo were Mr. and Mrs. Hay- old Twohy ,arid family ,ami Mr. and Mrs. talph Pego of Cle- ey. Sgt. end Mrs. Do Black and family were Sarday der guests ,of  Don Stite family. Tley are leaving on the 28th for California. Mr. and Mrs. loy Krone, wlto ,are visitirg with the Del Keenes ,in Santa Barbara, had as their visitors on Su, rchy Mr. rand Mrs. John Giffin ad fam- ily. Lake visited with his sisters and families on Friday. He spent .some time with the Frank Se ,if ridge family and vis- ited Saturday evening with the Rob Rogers family. Weekend visitors at the Gary W,ebleys were the John Lessors of loses Lake. Sun@ay vi, siors were the Ralph Webleys of Co,flee City. The Errest M, ori, aritys dve to .Moses Lake on Saturday and were overnight visitors of the Jack Pehalurieks and of the Lee Penhahiricks on Sunday. Lee Fry wa,s a Friday night super guest. Wednesday visitors of Aman, d,a Alberts .and Rez MeLain were Mr .and Mrs. Clares Kuekenbueh of M<m- Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Mr. arid Mrs. Ted Radon were hosts for a birthday par- ty for Haze,1 Spear Sa,turday night. Present were Ethel How- ell, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nell- son, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox and Mr. and Mrs. Del William. HUB CLUB SETS- THURSDAY MEET Four Lakes Hub Cub will meet Feb. 25 at 10 a. m. at the town hall with Essie Calsyn as hostess. Plans for '65 will be discussed and the Christmas :exchange will take place. d'ovi and Hen,ry Kuckenbuch (>f Wilbur. On Sunday afternoon they visited in Medical Lake with the Irvin Imhoffs and Ha- zel Frick. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Maguson were Raymond Lindquist and Timothy St. John of Spokane. On Wednesday Mrs. Anita McGourin visited Mrs. Don Hil- ton in the Deaconess hospital and htcr with Mrs. _C!ht:is Johnson in Spokane. On Satur- day evening the McGom'ins were dinner guests  :o,f the Floyd Smiths at Colbert. Din- ner guests ef the McGo.urins on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert and D'an and MJchelle Ralandrad of Cheney. Having ,a Valentine day din- net at the Fred Johns. Lame were Mr. ard Mrs. Quinten Smith and family of Medical Lake and Mr. ,and Mrs. Jack Perry and children o.f Colville. In the afterrmon Mrs. Johnson arid Mrs. Perry visited with Rev. and Mrs. 3ames Terry in Medieal Lake. On Friday the Johns ons visited the Ku,hn family. Wee,ked guests at the Harry Bowers were Mrs. Bowers' son, Morton Shaw from Anchorage, Asla, and their daughter M. Byro Shunts and daugh- ter fom Newport. Mrs. Nor- man Hitt .of Dunseth, N. D., visited FridaT with Mr. ad Mrs. Bowes. Mrs. Betty Shurlts and Mrs. Iarry Bowers visited Sunday at the Dave Lunder lmme, where Mrs. Grace Imnder is conwalesci g from .a ,hak in-t juTsr. Dave Lunder so  'home after being in he ,hos- pital for .a +hmg condition. Everyone brig and a sandwich. due. Feb. 26 is the ieder trig a. m. at the Health if are bui[ding across Spokane .county Bring a lunch. MATTAUCHS RETUI Mrs. Barbara E.ane, who have in Uah for abot cently moved back Her father Earl Harold Erfarth with ,a truck and houselold their home on the of Spokane. Four Lakes Friday night with ance. The next Feb. 26. Mrs. Barbara dinner with her and Mrs. Earl Mr. and Mrs. took Mrs. Silcocks can dinner Feb. Mr. and Mrs. borg were guests of Mr. and Crooks. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Ray ed the WSU-UCLA game at Pullman night. Recent dinne:r Anna Erfurth were I gren and Mr. and rence Fell and Mrs. Fell are three month ornia, Arizon*a and Mr. and Mrs. and family spent at Kennewick Mrs. Lige Mr. and Mrs. son and family luck din+nee .at Boulevard urdiay night. Mrs. Ethel mer, Idaho and derfer went to Wednesd.asr to services for Mr. +and Mrs. were .Saturday guests of Mr. Goodwin of Mr. ad Mv.s. stm attended the ers day at Mr. and Mrs. Oakesdale were of ,Mr. arid Mrs. stra. Open an NBofC "colle|e hind" sadnp acouM IWW! About all your son or daughter needs to go to college these days is an exedlent. orli, high school record--and several thousand dollars. You can do only so much about td and 1 Itriiee O But you are mighty important when it comes to the dollars! The secret i:rney grades. start The first " too to " lie gh'nV+"ue S to early--and save regularly, grade m none soon begin a co 12-26) fund. We'll hdp, too, by making your NBofC college fund work full time earning daily interest at 4% per year, from day of deposit to day of withdrawal, compounded and paid quarterly. If you like, you can save automatically. We'U transfer the amount you specify from your NBofC checking account to yoursavings account h month. Open a college education account at your nearby NBofC otfic for your college hopduls. You'll be surprised how quickly regular deposits teach tuition size at 4R daily interest/ NBC Member Federal Deposit InsuranCe coqr=ti0n MEDICAL LAKE OFFICE; S, 120 Broad 6treet-DOHJ00,_W00% Manager ) CREDI 78186 ourt of I for th of the . decea riven th appoinb Jr* thi ]ingly, ms agat to Serve Sary Vo In or nr  s of rec mta, SI' With D] : of the e City, p six n of thi [r barred P ubiica, [of Feb] trneys POkane, |12-26) L