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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, February 21, 1964 Medical Lake New-s By Katherine Holloway Medical Lake Schools Will Revise Curriculum In All Social Studies W. A. &apos;Huff, superime{rdent of sdmols, :has ammtmced the selection of a committee, made up of Medical .Lake School District No. 326 persoxmel, whose .sk vcR1 be o revise the ,social stues curculn in ll grades from kindergar- ten tlzroagh ih school. The project is expected to take tw years to complete ml will involve both a review of the present program, Rs rationale and weaknesses, and an understadirtg of new de- vekprments in  social scien- ces which ought to be incor- porated rrto a revised social studies program. Charles Van Storm, sixth grade teacher at Medical Lake Elomentaxsr Sclmol, will be district chairman, and Kent Matheson, of Medical Lake High Sclmol, will be e-chair- man. Other conmttee mem- ber are: Louise Ymrt,, Har- riet Frasure, Mabel Austin, Harriet Smith, F. Carroll Yotmgblod, Stepkhen McNair, John Bowers, Bruce Thomp- son, PoLlin Johnson, Dan Peoples, William Zappone, sa- belle laowell arrd James Van lratre. Dr. William H. Drummond of Eastern Wn State College is acting as cortsuitant to ,the school district commit- APPRECIATION DAY IS SUCCESS The first aporeciation day drafting was ,heLl on Sagurday at 2 p. m. i front of the stores on Lake St. Wimmrs  were J mly  with $20 ,in script, George P .hner with $10 and Jerry Whtmer with $5, and Steve Wilkinson, $5. This script may he used for mer- ctmndise in Gray of he many stores participating. Mr. Mo- ,ran of the Wagon Wheel was nmster of ceremonies for a g0od-sized crowd. Bonus gifts of $2 ,'m script ware won by ,,S. Sullivm, Bob Everson Richard Br'mn. These ,-n, gs will be held, every Saguday, To get tickets far the dawing just ,trade at any of the participating stores mad your .name will be enter- ed, and will shay in the barrel from week-to-week. FRESHMAN BALL The freeman team, under the eaachir4 of Gary Bates, lost in a triple overtime game to Odessa ;here Tuesday. Jim B.v:man and Lefty Lake were high poht players in the 22- 19 game. Tracy Birdsey played a good defensive game. On Thursday they lost to North Cetralf.reshmanat Med- ical Lake. They couldn't cope with their opponeat's 6-4 cen- ter. SCOUT NEWS The Cub Scou,ts will hold their "Blue a, rtd Gold" dinner Frkhy, Feb. 28, @t the City Hall. Awards will be 13rosen,t- ed to curbs who have complet- ed their achievement. JOB'S DAUGHTERS The Job's Daughters will do initiatory work Thursday at the regular meeng of the Blue Lodge. New members to ,be initiaed are Pam Stap- les, Jane Tyson and /anice Cgswell. FOR RENT Axe you interested in evnng part of your rent? Painting, yard work, ocki jobs. D ulMex .apartment, 2 bedrooms. In- quire Apt. 3, HaHet Apts. ft4-21 Medical Lake Churches ST. JOHN LUTHERAN P,w. Wayne Olsn', DI" Morndng servlce 11:15 Sunday School, 10 a. m. Women of the Church, first Wi- ,-esday. 1:30 D. m. BEMBLY OF GOD CHURC Rev. Harris Shone Sunday hooi, 9:45 L m. Morning worip, I1 It. In. Sunday. young leople, S:80 p. m_ Sunday evening ervlce, 7:45 p. m_ Wednesday prayer service, 7:45 P. cOMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. Charles Billups, ltor Church School. 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, II a. m. Eveninff Service Sunday 7 to 8. Youth Service Sunday 6 tO . Bible Study Wed.,  :30--8 :$0. ST. TIMOTHY'S EPISCOPAL Rev. E. J. Mason, Vicar Gilbert A. Scrlvn, Lay I.uer. First and third Sunday, 4:30; remain- ing Sundays, 11 a. m.. Communion erved first Sunday at 4:30 ; 3rd Thursday fol- lowing third Monday, 8 a. re. Evening prayer, 4:30 3rd Sundaye; morning prayer, 2rid, 4th and 5th Sun- days, I1 a. In. ST. ANNE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. E. J. Kowrnch. l)ar Sundays: 8 a .m.--Lakeland Village. |0 sa m.--Church; '/ p. In.---Church; Dally---,7:30 9. m.--Church. HOly Days7 :$0 n. m. and 7:80 P. m. --Church. Confeelon-- to 8 p. m., Saturda.v Children's religion easso-Mnday at tee. In addition ,to Dr. Drum- mend, .six other members of EWSC faculty will present talks and papers o specific ave,as in the field of the social sciences. The kick off meeting for the project will be held on Mon- day at Medieal Lake Elemen- tary School. Dr. Chester Bab- cock, ass'rtant superintend- ent, divion of curriculum and instruction, state department of education, will give the key- note address at 3:30 p. m, Re- fres'hmens will be served from 3 to 3:30 p. m. All ptrons of the district ave invited to this imp0ant meeting. CARDINALS WIN 2 GAMES The Medical Lake basketball team traveled to Kettle Falls Friday evenirrg to win 75-54. Jim Hlbrick was high point man with 26 poin artd Bob Marsalis had 18. The junior varsity lost its game. East Valley phyed at Med- ical Lake Saturday night, los- in,g with 53-74 to the Cardin- als. Scoring were Bob Marsalis and Gary Glasgow, each with 19, Jim Hilbrick 15, Alan Gi.lbreth 10, Bob Bell 4, Larry Tarrmrt 3 ,and Rocky Draper 2. The junior varsity lost again. Tonight (Friday) they will play at Cheney ,and will go to Deer Park Saturday. HOT LUNCH MENU .Monday--Tuna cheese bum with, whole hernel corn, dill picldes, fudge brownies and :mi. i Tuesday --Meat pie, bread and butter, chilled tomax)es, Chocolae pudding and milk. Wednem1 -- N with pork, coffee bread ad blotter olive md carrot sticks, orange quarters and milk. Thursday -- Baked beans peanut ,butter sandwich, green salad, Freneh dressing, apple- sauce and milk. Friday -- Macaroni and cheese casserole, cole slaw, bread and bulger, pricots and milk. CURRICULUM DAY Jay Wood, vocational agri- culture aeher, reports a busy day for the vocational agricul- ture eachers of the Spokane Cou,y schools at UniversRy Hi'gh School in Spokane Mon- day. Topics of discussion in- eluded "Farm Credit," with Orille Koch as chairman; "Pruning of Shmrbs," with Jay Wood as chairman, with Adolph Krau as the guest speaker," "Small Engines," with Charles Packard in charge mad Joe Magasoss of Washington State University as speaker, arr, d "Lawns" and "SPits," wih Louie Anderson as chairman of both with Ray Perry of Jackldn Seeds as hi,, speaker. Agricuttwe teachers were not the only ones taking part, as other teachers Cook :part in this worthwhile and educational event. PARENT-TEACH-E'RS WILL MEET The Elemenry School PTA will meet Monday for a Founders Day Progxam. All past presidents have been in- viced and will be introduced. AccompliShments of the group will be related, through the secretaries report of the past several years. Rev. House, an ex-officer of the Spokane Ooungy Council, will speak on "The Resporibility af the Parea and Sclool Tow De- velopment of the Child." The fourth grade room mothers, Mrs. Merserve and Mrs. Fin- scat are in charge of refresh. ments. A special cake will be served. FFA MEMBERS NOMINATE Feb. 17 was the meeting day of ,the Future Farrners in the vocatiml agriculre room. Topics of discussion included nomLrmions for ,rm'y chapter sweetheart, bankers award and for a representative to the stae convention t Whirgon Stage University in March. Thes names will not be known uil the banquet 4. PERSONAL MENI"IONS Hazel Frick was hosplialized last Tuesday at Deaconess with pneumonia. The Imhoffs have la}so been on the sick list. The Irvin Leifers of Cheney called on them Sunday .and evening i visitors were the John Hen. nings and their guests, the Bob Holten, s of Washtucna. Roy Betfills of E1 Cereto, Calif. arrived Thursday to join his wife ,and son at the Llewel- lyrr Hillbrick home. They Plan to live in the area. Attending the Four Lakes grange spaghetti dinner Sun- day were the Ken Broyles family, he Walter Klug fam- ily and the Howaxd Sage faro- fly. Luncheon .guests at the Swanson home on Mord,ay were Mamie Pacmter, ,Mrs. EHen Brown, Mrs. Bratton, Mrs. Ernest A ,hf, Mrs. Lilace Moore and Anna Swa,on. Mr..and Mrs. George Pahrmr attended .a past patrons lungh- con on Tuesday ,at the home of Mrs. Roberta Warlord in Spo- kane. Mrs. Axma Malone ad Mary spent the weekend at Riohland ,with Mrs. Lilly Meyers. Mrs. Leone Perose is home a$er a two months say on the Coast with Mrs. Ray Hahn and Mrs. Glen Green. Mrs. Ruth Jackson left Tues- day to spend several days wi%h her mother, Mrs. A. C. Hend- rickson, in Everett. She will celebrate :her 80h birthday. VisiLig with Mude DRt- berner over the weekend were Mr. nd Mrs. WflIam Scott of Edmonon, Albert. Candy Clark ene for Valentine's Day With a slum- ber party at :her home. Guests were Charlene Rider, Peggy Brown, Audrey Oedan, Linda Simons, Pasy Keene md Rae Beth Johnston. Visiting with larie Seimer, wtro has ,been ill, were Wayne Seimer of Deer Park and Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Sehner and family of Addy. Mr..mad Mrs. Harold Stuth- eit attrtcled the house warm- ing of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Carstens at Reavdan on Sun- day. The Comm,nity dmzh .Lad- ies Aid met Wednesday a the home of Berneal Cbreth with Zema Heyer as codmstess. Morton Shaw and family of i Anchorage, Alaska, came by :pierre to spend the weekend i with his parents,n,t, Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Bowers. Visits Parents Sunday vors at the Bow- ers home were Mr. and Mrs Ed Kiesz nd family of Kea- newiek, Mr. and Mrs. r lalm and Itmiy of Priest River, Mr. and Mrs. Byron ShuiLs and children of New- port and Warren Mermfllied Jr. 'and family. Monday dinner guests at the C. E. J011ey home were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Everetts of Spokane. FROM THE PAST Medical Lake- 1934 Work on be new school bun,g is ost complete and students will move in Mort, ! day. The entire interior is painted silver gray with a dado of ,darker gray. The gym ires not yet been completed and the exterior painlag is yet to be done. Open house is pl,anned ,as soon as all work is completed. Little Betty Co ,llirtghm, who underwent  operation for .a@pendieitis last week, de- veloped measles and w moved to the 1;hrman home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grub of Anacortes visited a,t the arl 9rtrb 'z No.ks Olson homes. Mrs. Sheldon Vang ,Ira (Wan- a Baldwin)has been serious- ly ill at the Baldwin home. 1944 Funeral services were ,hed Tuesday for Mrs. Eta Woods Webdell, vgho died Feb. 8. Mrs. Webdell, Who was 94 the day before :her death, had rived in Medical Lake or 64 yem's. Harokl Thoznpson, Ed Bush- nell, Harry Wilkes md La4d Husky were nominated for courmiimen at ,the caucus last week. Teeh. Sgt. Azhur Thiemen.s  and MAs's Jusfine Alt, d.'aug.r of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Alt of St. Louis, Mo., were united in marriage Feb. 4 t ,the/mine of he bride's parents. The: bridegroom is farm son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. ThiemenS. Funeral services or Larry Dean Harris,  so of Rev. and Mrs. Frank Harris, were held in Spokane Man- day. 1954 New officers fi>r the Sunset Riding club are Eamrm Jerue, president; C. E. Sanders, vice president; Liian Snode, socre-i tary; Merle Bacon, rporter; Earl Robinette, trail blazer, and Chrerrce Srrode, drill mas- ter. Future riders include Su- san, Kathy and Gary Thie- mens, lanrice Robinette and Ardee Ableman. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Plein and I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur were guests Feb. 20 at a birrthday party honoring Ben Hole at the home ,of Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Thompson. Espanola News By Katherine HolIoway OBLIGATION GIVEN Taking the degree work of the grange Friday evenLrrg at Espanoh grange were Bill Grub and Darrel Cogsweil. A Valentine quiz was held and Marill,a and Mary Wyborney played a piano duet. The home economics department will serve lunch for the armual grange supply meeting at the grange hall March 4. The next card party will be held Sat- urday everring a 8 p. m. Boa Von Lohe's .rrame was drawn for the door prize. I PERSONAL MENTIONS Mabel Shoal and Mrs. Sarah Higbfill returned Saturday from ,a 10-day trip to the coast. At Mbton t'hey visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bb Peter- son, at Yakima with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. tasmgson and at AlderdMe with Tom Highfl. Jack Pen'lallur.ick of Moses Lake spent the weekerM visit- ing with :his danglters and families, the Ernie M, oaaritys and the Frank Selfridges. Mrs. Perhallurick joined him Sun- day. Or Friday the Sefridges visited with the Joe Waggon- er family in Spokane. On Thursday Micky Morarty, Bob- by and Patty visited with Mrs. Terry Bryant and at the Dan Kings' in Spokane. Sunday evening the Moraritys visited with the Don McOandless fam- ily in Cheney. Mr. ,and Mrs. Bob Kirk and girls of Dayt spent Wednes- day through Sunday at the Ai Willms' home. Schools in Day- on were closed due to the flu epidemic. While here they at- tended he basketball tourna- ment at Davenlmrt, wlch Reardan won. Attending the mosaic class instructions of the Spokane County extenon clubs at the Darigold .building Monday were Edna Reltmeier, Bey Oogswell and Ainelia Griffith. The Oscar Mussers attended the birthday dimmer of Debhie Fine at the 'home of the Herb Kukuks on Sunday. Also a- terming were Mabel Shoacf, Mrs. Highfill and the Ga Fines. i The Earl Von I_hes were i Surday dinner ,guests of the 'Dan DeChennes in Spokane. NEWS BRIEFS .Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kap,p were hosts to a birthday din- ner at the'r ,home, h,ooring Mrs. n Arnold, Mrs. Gxover tnnon and Minnie Peterson. Also present were their fzm'es. Among those anding the Farm Forum in Spokane last week were Oscar Reimeier, Loren Von I_he, Hank Rs- ermu, Art Halverson and Clar- ence Henning. The Oscar Reitmeiers, the Loren Von Lehes, the Don Winans and the Fritz Gilbrehs attended the boat ,sew at the. fair grounds Thursday eve- ning. I Katherine Hollway visited I the Charles Charbonneau .am-I ily in Spokane Friday. On Sun. I day the Holleways and Serg[ Charbonneau and family of Waukon were dinner guests of the Matt Tonnirrg family in the Spokane Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hepton were Sunday vis- itors of the Johnsons. Renzil McLain and Amanda Alberta visited with azel Frick at the Deaconess hospi- tal Wednesday. Donna Musser was a Wed- nesday visitor at the home of An_ia McGourin. Mr. arrd Mrs. Chris Johnson and family of I Spokane were Wednesday eve- ining supper gues anal the Don Lamberts visited later. Mr. arrd Mrs. Don Hilton and Cindy were Sunday vialors. NEW BOSTITCH stler desk stapler power .. pocket clip convenience Use it for fastening papers, sealing bags, attaching la- bels, even tacking into wood. Dozens Of other uses in home, offices shop and school. Features attached pocket clip for easy carrying in  pocket, purse or brief case. Handy fold-out remover blade flicks staples out of work whenever desired. Ideal for traveling men, studentsanyone on the go. The perfect gift. MODEL BSCTJ Cheney Free Press Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts GARY PLOTTS WED AT CHEWELAH Mr. :and Mrs. Rezeau Plotts and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. John Ham, Sue and Kay, Mrs. Wilma Plotts and Mrs. Letha Plotts atended the vged,ding of Gary Plots, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Marming Plotts, and Marilyn Lincoln, dauglrter o{ Rev. and Mrs. Leo Lincoln, at the Assembly of God Church in Chewelah Saturday eve- nin,g. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the bride's father, assisted by Rev. Sane of Medical Lake, in a setting of eandie-ght and pink and white gladioli. A reception fMowed in the Free Methodist churCh, with Mrs. Ham ,assisting in the serv- ing. FUNERAL ATTENDED Mr. :and Mrs. Rezeau Plotts attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Emma Hohnan, at Lamona Saurd,a.y morning. Friday evenirrg they took her mother, Mrs. Alice Hol- man, and aunt, Mrs. Minnie IAttell, cue 'for ,a Valentine din- ner in Spokane. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Bill Rosonau family celebrated his birthday with a family dinner Bar,day. Mrs. Donald Davis and her sister, Mrs. Gilbert mso' n of Reardan, spent Wednesday visiting ,their sister, Mrs. Fran- cis Kelly, in Lamont. Pdchard Compton was a Sunday dinner guest at the Davis home. Tyler grange met Tuesday evenirtg with Mrs. Grace Mick- elson and Lea Brown serving the unch. TheLloyd Ablemans attend- ed the boat shv at the fair- grounds in Spokane with the Lee Ablemans, Ardie and Gary Sunday. Mr. rd Mrs. Dick Collins, Mrs. David Kelrdoh, Mr. and Mrs. A1 West and Mrs. Bow- man, all of Spokane, helped Mrs. Joe Schell celebrate her birthday Sunday. Four Lakes Lenard Mace--RI 7.7606 REVIVAL CONTINUES CYF met Sn(hy evening at 5:30 to enjoy singing and a talk by Rev. 5ames Thompson. Refreshments were served after the revival meeting at 7:30. The meetings: were bold all this week and will continue throtrgh next week, starting at 7:30 a, nd ending approximately 9p.m. HUB CLUB TO MEET Four Lakes Hub Club will meet ,at the Four Lakes Fire and Town Hall Thursday, Feb. 27, 'at 10 a. m. with Mrs. Eugenia Stoave as hostess. The craft project will be chenille hags. Brir, g your own chenille, scissors, rulers n.d birthday presents. I 'GRANGE NEWS The spaghetti dinner was heid at the Four Lakes grange hall last Sunday. Due to bad weather there was nt a very large crowd, but thanks go to those who braved the weather and al, so to those who worked so trard in preparing the d in ner. SCOUT NEWS Leon Barrick is the new Boy Scout master. If there are any boys l 1-years-old or older who would like to join the Scouts hey ,are welcome. Meetings are Wedrmsday nights between 7:5'0 and 9:00. 4-H CLUB MEETS Busy Fingers 4-H met a the home of Judy and Nora Lou Moore Tuesday night. Judy gave a demorstration ma, mak- ing martineque tar. Nova Lou Moore gave a demonstra- tion ,on making aprils cookies using the cookie press. PERSONAL MENTIONS Ernest McMlllan, who had surgery, at St. Lukes hospital, as able to come home Sun- day to celebrate his .btcly with his fa, m31y. Mr. ,and Mrs. E. L. Sabury and ,daughter J, anet of Yakima and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Smith and family were weekend itors of Mr. arrd J'ack and bury ,and Mr. and sister of Mrs. Last Tuesday and Mrs. and son John Calif., were Va Camp Mrs. Clarence ed home from evening where a week with ,her Flowers, who ,has Don Jenicke end a,t friend. Mrs. Barbara ,sorts, Mike arrd Sunday visitors Mrs. Eldn Mr. 'and Mrs. and children of weekend visitors Mrs. Howard Two weeks Barrick spent .a ima while her was in he gery. Leon Barrick children ima that tire Barrick Feb. 9. Sa,die weekertd wih ,at Airway NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. lipson attended Fairchild AFB eral Kainsbury night. Mrs. Sarah at her home broke a hip. She i ess .hospital. 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