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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, FebrumT 26, 1965 Medical Lake News THREE REBEKAHS GET TRANSFERS On Feb. 15 the Sfioam Re- bekah ldge met in regu}ar 0rm wBh Daisy Lwis. noble grrtd, in charge. Mrs. Ira Kerehoffev, Mrs. Grace Garner arid Jurfita Vold of Sprgue were iron, erred to he Medi- cM Ike lodge, were welcomed and ,received corsages and joined in tle refrhanents. The floor drill was exero4rli- tied and all jrred in g "Bless This Lodge, Oh Lord I Pray." Three visitors from the Morrdng Star lodge at Ch, eney, six .from Spokane Lodges and one fz)m Sprague were pres. ont. Leila Ke.evey of Hope lodge ,mid warden of the Re- belch asembly of Washington spoke to the Lodge. The Rebekah sodal chlb met on Friday evening with 15 members aswering roll call. Mrs. Margaret Ketchner was a visitor. The meeting, held at the home ,of O1Lie Henning in- cluded e}oction for 1965: 01Oe Homing as presicent, Mabel Sloaf as vice president, Daisy Lewis .as secretary and Amelia Griffith as ,trea:surer. The ext meeting will be ,held at the hme of Etlen Brown with Eva Hirms as co.hostess. GRIFFITHS MARRIED 50 YEARS ON MARCH 7 Mr. and Mrs. A. L. G1ith By Katherine Holloway lanoJa News P ederson. Bp  ov the visiOation program. Da- vid Ku&apos;tm san, g two songs, ae- By Katherine Hollowa comparfied by Mrs. Kuh on GRANGERS ENJOY the guitar. HILL BILLY SHOW A series of character ,sket- Ches were presented; pin.g for Twenty-six :members of ESpa- portraits were Oscar Reitmei- noa Grange took part in the er, Eliza Rosermu, Anna Mur- hill billy program at Spring- ray, Helen Cyr, Bi'H Kuhn,, hill Grange Friday evening. Jack Cogswell, Louise Best and Eu,gene Wybrney gae a his- Gordon Hodgson. tory ,of the ,state of Missouri A skit, taldng llaee at the Which the Grange represented Ozark Railway Express sation, was given With Anrm Hedgson films to the first aid css on as ,stage director. Taking part Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7.7606 SWAN SONG Friends this is 'my last col- umn of news for The Cheney lree Press. Mrs. Helen Larson ill be the new reporter for Four Lake,s. I impe that ee.ry- .(me will be as friendly to her as they lave been to me. Thank you for your wodrmrful coop- eration.Lenard Mac:e. CHURCH NEWS The two adtflt classes ,had a party ,at the ack Hartford home Saturday night with about 15 present. The Junior Sunday school class, under di- rection of Shirley ladon, wenc bowlin'g Saturday. Tlose g- in g were Mike Higby, Gary Thu,rsday evening. The Boy were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hol- H.artford, Jody Youn:g, Kennyl Scouts were in attendance, lingshead ard Caude: Garner. tadon, Gayle Wilcox and Kar- AL hi/l:biRies attending t.ookl en Hoard. EASTERN STAR ACTIVE part in the band with Mrs. - Mrila Wyborn,ey in charge. PERSONALS Loyal chapter No. 143 OES A group of 4-H girls went held .a stated meeting on Feb. CARD PARTY HELD on a tour o,f the Singer sewing 8 ,at the IOOF hall with Mr. and Mrs. William Durfee, wer- Eight tables of pinochle were machine store Mon, day. Ed Crooks and Dermis were thy patron and matron, presid- in piay on Saurd, ay evem;ng at Saturday callers of Mr. and ing. Seventy members and the Grange hall. High prizes guests were present to honor were taken by John Tescih and Mrs. Claude Crooks. the past matrons and patrons LueLla Kuhn with second high Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp going to Albert Rasenau and were recent callers of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crooks. ,of Loyal chapter. Among those attending were Edna Hollingshead. Amelia Mr. ,and Mrs. Howard Mot- Mrs. Naomi Snider, grand Ruth Griffith took the taveling gift. gan arid Mrs. Atom Erfurth at- of the grand chapter of Wash- Another party will be hem on tended the Arizona travetog at in,ton; Mrs. Aiteen Rahrer and March 6. the Spokane Coliseum. Mrs. Meyers of Spo- kane, grand representatives; WINS YEAiBOOK On Saturday Mr. nd Mrs. Gearge Stroup, E. H. McLean Mrs. Ruby Hart f Spangle, COVER CONTEST i of Wapato and Mrs. Evanston deputy nstaller; Mr. and Mrs. Eighteen ,attended the Espa-o Paseo were cllers of Mr. ttomer Holden of Northpo, nora Women's club meeting ,and Mrs. Jack Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Harold PontiaC1 of :held ,at the home of Mrs. Mabel Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hei/ Cheney,,d Mrs. Walter Sh.oaf on Wedrmsday. Luella of Twin Falls, Ldao, :are visit- Patna, Mrs. Betty Scott of Spo- Kuhn was co,hostess. New in,g Mr. ,and Mrs. Eldo,n Jn- of Medical Lake w'i/l be hon- Lane and Mrs. Joyce Relay of meanbers are Betty Keys, Don- icke. Mrs.. Hei/is her sister. oved at an vpen ,h(mse, bserv- Re,ardan. na Musser ,and Ben Von Le.he. A family reun.ion was held ing their 50th wedding anni- The iniatitory wrk was ex- Edna Reitmeier was the win- Saturday at the Bid L ajon xsary .on March 7 from 2 to emplified by the past matrrs rer of the yearbook cover con- h'ome. Attending were Mrs. 5 p. m. at the, Rebekah .hall. and patrons ,of Loyal chapter test. The March meetirg w Clara ckman, Seattle; Mr and The voupl'e s tOUT childre'n, on Mrs. Kuren Tonkin. Te be held with Mae Bather .and Mrs Roy Farley, Almira; Mr. Lawronce G.riffith of Solane, worthy matron arid patron pro- Irene Rosenau. and' Mrs. Robert Moore and sented the past patrons ,and  !soas, Tacoma; Mr..and Mrs. DI" Mrs. Evelyn Ableman of Cres, masons with gifts. Refrrsh  PERSONAL MENTIONS I bert Kerr, Coeur d'Ale,,ne; wr. cent City, Caif, Mrs. Doris ments were served in trte va- Mr and Mrs. John Labishl and lrs. Gerald Larson and sheazr .'of Long Beach, Calif:, entire motif with Mrs. Jerry and Joarme drove ,to orece, [family, Cheney, and Mr. and arid l&rs. Eleanor  of Medv Hi/beat, Mrs. Sharon Bates, Ore. to visit with Mr. ard Mrs I Mrs. Darrefi Larson and family, ca Lake witl be .hosts for re.h- Mlwee Hoer, Thelrna Heyer, Harvey Rup9 and rnily. They[ Spokan'e. Friday ealle:s of the fives and friends,. r. and Ma's. Ceriffith i Mr. arid Mrs. Don Stites and returned home on Monday [Sid Larsons were her ehe 10 ,granddren and eig Mr. ad Mrs. Joe Bishop .....  ...... 'i:| Dale Joknsn arid family, teat- ........ '-ervice in lUe anu z, zr. ,,,, ,,-,--, --. Plans were made for  JOD L;Ol, er, jtt, u,za*'y,,-i ....... n,. gl]lr b-. great graadCen, smorgasbord to he. held Marc trom me arlily . . /. .... FUTURE FA--S 6 ,at the tfi'gh school. '" ' '. " " " '  " ' "  " i ' " . Atendingthe,advanee mht soth'ld Ss':deY!2 ' MAKE BANQUET PLANS at Spangle Friday eening were Medivl Lale chapter of FFA Evelyn Durfee, Y Peka, r. '  1 Atex Stmpe nmt Thursday to select the CaroYme Kuehne, _A)bert Hink- The Oscar Mussers Visited Mrs. Saly Mourey, a fornev OhaFter Sweetheart and to l'ey and Mr. and Nits. George yith :his grandmother, Mrs. Bffi resident of Four Lakes, last week. She was living in Mis. name three thoneray f, armers PRimer. to be nouneed at the April 3 Mr..and Mrs. George Pmer Munson, at Kettle Falls and quet. Toby Mayfekl had attended a potSuck .lunCh on also attended the baskbl so " ,and Mrs. Leon Barrick . Charge of te meeting which lonay at the ihome of Naomi game there. drew 22 members. The menu in Spokane for past pat- Shirtey Hodgson ad Juice ad paogram were plammd. Lt and matrorrs of 1958. Cogswell visited wih each other on the weekend. The i be paesented by th mem- . ....... 'ONS Hodgsons entertained or Sun- bets themselves th year. ,*-K:,Urt. m=--, I day with a "birtlday dinner, The Nell Parks amly of ]h, ormring Larry. Guests were CHAMBER PLANS Enterprise, Ore., were weekend I W.aMe and Raymond Ibish. PARADE FLOAT victors with the A. L. Pllards I The Cogswel visited cluing The Cmnber of .Coce and the Bi1 Parks f_lY. [the past week with .Ross Co met on Tuesday to enjoy a na.m Larry Morse ,and family en- I wel at Sharon, Wash. a wm dimmr with Cherry pie as aes- .a visR of 'a few days by the L. T. Cramers at Sprague. 'S seat to celebrate W _aa:ingto., ai Mrs. Montie Moore of Sanda Reitmeier spent the birghdiay. The cimrrber wm have a fl,eat for the Lilac pa- ,Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sunder- aade. The Chassis has been lurd of Cheney visited on Sun- puhased ,mad. , f day with Foreaace Reeves. the l-hgh sCl0oi wilI ntp a.- 7 The Earl ,Swasoas spent orate it. The clearest)or w the weekeRd with the Kermeth again this yev sponsor two Swanson,at Lyle. They also vis- students ,to atteam me aoys ann ited wth Mr. arm Mrs. J]m gis state and w'ffi make. LuSby :at Vancouver. selection the first week the b Griffith home were ar. Mah, ,with an eye towams Sunday dterron s at tic hiti,'ty, and Mrs. Lawrence Gdffith 1 .aplarane. Don and Mrs. Shawo Cavlt and state fish hiogiSt, spoke ix chiLdre of Spokane. lhemembers on Mel ArnoLd returned home fish in this area. from Deaconess hos1ital after ,havn surgery In, wee'k-Mrs. CARDINALS FINISH E. MacAvey o xvxu, IN THIRD PLACE spent the past 10 das with The Medleal Lale Cardinals Mrs. Arnold. Weekend v"z.ors ended their basketball season ware fie Lloyd and Egene in  ,tie for third phe with s of pullman. Cheneff. In afference play Mr..and Mrs. Ray Amlerson they bad 13 wLus mad five l spent the weekend at the ,home sos, and the ove11 play was of Mrs. Jamts Grigware i CI- 14  atd ,six losses, v. The toam traveled to Kettle Su,day dirmev guests a the Fls on Fridas" evenia o  MAlden Kukuk ,home were Mr. 66 to 40. Jhy PeaTy was *high aal Mrs. Wayne Derma, Di, and Bob Bell each bviaging.m Mr. ud Mrs.  __._' 11. k lst on .ally md amily were urmay aln-, t to Medical Lake 56 to . nor ,guests of h_e ohest_. .ue Mar Agnew imade 15 pan  fa, mily. ,Tim Clerics .nave - ButCh Denton came up wm eivd word fr_on e oy Senior membem of khe  Keenes in Santa Barbara vna Butch Denton, Bob Keen is seriously  in a Crl IAggins, Bob.M.yo   ,ospitM in that __ey. _ ....... Welrtz. They aml omer mez- Mr. ad Mrs. HenrY u:mgxz bers of the team wi be ,hart- of OhereY Su, nday 't- ored at the winter sports ban- ors t the WiMmn tat ,hOme. quet on March 11. The Ed Soamebrn. Y_ were lmts o the St. Timomy s ROBERSON NAMED potluck sup- CUB SCOUT MASTER evening. Olmrles Robevson was itro- Eght girls of e Junior Mis- deed s  new Cub Sm sinettes met on Friday eve- nmer ,t the Blue and GoM nin with Mrs. l_son. Esthe banquet on Mob_day ev Dtmean is their sp, r. ..... Rev. Billuls acted as mt- lere McKow.n. o  ceremonies. Jotm Woodrawd spent Monday wire 'nor gruz - led the boys in s<m.s a. y.e. ,parents, the Jotm MeK_ns:. al the vommu_raty smffmg. .Harvey KetClner ,of Monfla, Ia Loag gave avtavdS to manY Ore., ,and Willed Ketctmex af of the cub sou. Father Ko,w- ! Portland spent M o  d a y rash gave the invocation, throax'gh Thursday ving with A cake, baked and decorated their motLeY at the home of by Mr. Tabler, depied the 55 Oe Henning. The brothers yes of Cub scoutg...bout were lunchean guexts of the Ir- "i30 boys md their xnaes az- vin Imhoffs on Wednesday. tended. Hormred guests were Mrs. Robert Holton of Wash. Mr. ad Mrs. Roy HoM'day_, Mr. tucsa was an overnight visitor and Mrs. John Woodward and 04 the Hemfings on SundrY. Mr. ad Mrs. Charles Rber- Mr. and Mrs. oaner Ha ue son. of Northpart spent the last weekend with the Viiam Dur, FILMS SHOWN fees. Cecil Morrow, Airway Nit. and Mrs. George pahner Heights, with the Sgokarm were Surday victors at Fair- County Civil Defeme, showed child of Sift. and Mrs. Robert weekend with her parent, the Oscar Reitmeiers. Monday din- ner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reitmeier of Medical Lake. Elsie PeArson a,ttende4 the postmasters meeting at the Coeu d'Alene ,hotel1 Monday evening. lr. and Mrs. RiChard Maake were Stmy dinner guests of the Errol Sanders in Splane. Mr. and Mrs. Heward WiN- ams and family visited Sun- day ,at the Don Le ht home in Spokane. Friday even'rag viycs at the Cleatts Key ,home honoring his bk-thday were the Earl Ven Lehe arai the Loen Von Lehe am2lies tard Mr. a,nd Mrs. Fritz Gibreth. Randy pman also was a visiter. Mr. ard Mrs. Bob Rogers o Cheney were Mmmiy evening visitors at the Frazk lridge ome. Overnight guests on Sum2zy were Mr. and Mrs. Jack pealhtrick of Msos Lake. They were Smday "dinner guests of the Ernest Mratys. Going to the Crrove Cannon home in Davepnort to cele- brate Mrs. Cannon's and Min- rile Petersos bays were the IAyd Kiapps, tim Bob , Avnl of Spe4ne ,and Min- nie rd Dave Peterson. Sunday visitors at the Loren Vo Lehe hme were Mr arm Mrs. Earl Bartholoanew. Mr. arm Mrs. ary WeY and gis were Sunday drmer guests of Mrs. Lula lson. Sunday dimter guests of the Pd Willms were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin WilLms ,rand family. Slndirg he weekertd with the George Meserve faav_ilS' were Mr. and Mrs. George Ha- woxth and family of Sefle. Mrs. Peggy Stmrp of Lewis-! town, Mnt., is spelhag sever- al dayswith the Mesewes. She planned m .ve for ,home Wed- nesday takg Neil and Allen with her. Stttrday afternoon visitors at the Bill McGourins were Mr. ,and Mrs. Archie Erickson and son of Spokane. A Sundy m-g caler was George Mann of Spokane. On Sunday eveRi'g the McGourirts had and spent the weekend at Wal' Walh with Mrs. H. L. Davis. Mr. ,and Mrs. Virgil Becker and amily were Sam@ay din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Becker and were later callers at ;the Del Standerfer home. Miss Linda Nelson of Che- hey spent Surday night with her aunt, Mrs. DeL Standerfer. Mr. and Mrs. Boots Earls- court had Saturday evening dinner in Spokane, fooed by a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mar- ion Hitl aaad amfly. Surday evemng guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boos larlseourt were the Del Staaderfe. Mr. ,and Mrs. Henry Wyastra were Bar, day dinner guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Andersan of Spolane. David Wilcox spent Stmy fight with ,his grandparents, Ir. and Mrs. Bert Spear of pokane. WednesdaY night, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. oden of Spoka. e Ihosted a birthday dirmer party 'or Mrs. arie Stadevfer of Four Lakes. Present were Mr. ,ad Mrs. Ben Kraut, Mr. and Mrs. Del Star, offer, Mrs;. M. p. Burgess arid dauwhter, vtr. Alex Vilalob 0 and Cod, Start- doffer. Miss Bonita Standerfer was ;uest .of honor .at a birttutay mVty with 15 of ;her friends iven by .her mother, Mrs. Del tadefer, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Spear i were hosts or Sy dinner  at weh ,Mr. ,and Mrs. Lee Wil- cox and family, Karen Atkins and Fred Swar were guests. On Tueay Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wynstra attended the rm,l Grange  at Pine Ci whre the Eaton. Canova arid W, he:atlnd Granes held a  .day meeting. Mr. mad Mrs. Wyrtra re nembers of the Eaton Grange. Mr. and Mrs. Ki C. Vaugtm and family pent the weekend at Evans with Mr. and Mrs. Lascoe Taylor. Mr. ,and Mrs. Sam Van Camp were Monday morning callers of Mrs. Hattie Van Camp of kale. laxly Miller ,a_r Jack Stroub were callers at the .hme of Mrs. Kirkpatrick this week. Novma Jean Ferrartd, Mrs. Kirklatrick's daughter, was her weekend guest. She and Norm'a were Su,rday d}nner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kith PoweU of Spokarm. They visit- ed Mr. Kixkpatrick at the nurs ing ,home. Mr. and Mrs. Russeil Mace and Lenad and Sara Kaye were Surtday evening callers ,of Mrs. Mildred Nickeson of Spolanle. Mrs. Silcocks was a dinner ,guest of Mrs. Earl Pendell on Feb. 17. Mrs. Silcocks catled on Mrs. ])on Muzattco, last Thursday. Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill 86th bixthd,ay of Mr. Wybor- hey. Dr. V. J. Wyboney and Mrs. Clyde Rigney of San Di- saxpper with the Don Lamberts. ego, a brother ,and sster of Dr. Eugene Wyborney re- Eugene's, were also there. turrmd home a{tev spending a Sunday visitors at the Fred few days with ,his fattmr, H. J. 5o hson home were Mabel W,yborney in Paso tRfi)les Hansel, Bob and Nina of Che- Calif. The occasion was the ey. and Mrs. Charles Stolp of Sp Lane. lr. and Mrs. Ian Calvert were Monday callers at the Leslie Mill home. Mrs. Jeanne Terhaar of Spo- kane was a StmSay guest o I Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Weisxnan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Monson, Dana, Dan and Darla we,re Sun- day evemng visitors ,of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan rd fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordill, Iay, Ann and Nels were Sun- day dinner guests of Mrs. L. C. Cordill of Chney. Other n,i,e ,and BrerMa were Saturday brother-indaw and Mrs. Harold couple gagemertt last The ice ,and water is of great property owners }aLe this year. ing precautions of f}ooding pletely melts. Forty-eight cut Sunday at Sp,rague gun CMvert, Gone Fred Sooy atl with son Cordill and AMBER SCHOOL LUNCH Monday, Hamburger heaven green salad, bead ad butter, pears, milk. Tuesday: loa, st beef, carrots, potatoes, hot rolls and butter, peach cobbler, milk. Wednesday: Chili burgers, baked beans, celery :sticks, .chocohte pudding, nlk. Thursday: Fried chicken buttered corn, bread and but- er, ice cream, milk. Friday: Macaroni and cheese, weiners, bread and butter, car- rots, apple crisp, milk. guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clark each ,shootirg 24 Cordill and /Jenny .of Spokane. of 99. The .team Monday evening dirmer place. guests of Miss Betty CArt of C hea'ey were Mr. arid Mrs. It has been Genn Best and family, tlat old olks Monday cafiers at the Ronald vices have very McKin:ley home included Mr. ard Mrs. James Goodwin and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Best and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Betz and family enjoyed the film on hunting in Alaska shown at Lewis and Clark hiffh scho'ol in Spokane Saturday evening. Enjoying Sunday dinner at Amber Grange will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- 8 p. m. next T.ue'ay:d:r d s Jizadan n adlrfa.ll y re Dr. William rfigg 'p ' new seA,col bd issue to be l Jones and Jim Bar. voted on, March 16th. A' and nMrs' GlinnFBeS  district will not v(te on ths. ttenna, mu Any interested non-Grangers are invited to come at 9 p. m. to ,hear Dr. Riggs. The Grange is sponsoring a March of Dimes card party this Saturday eve- ning at 8 p. m. Ga.nge ladies are each asked to please bring a pie. Mrs. Mamie Bledsoe of Spo- lane was a Monday guest o ,her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Sooy, Garol and Gary. Mr. ,arid Mrs. LesLie Mill and Ron were SurMay dinner guests of Mr. :and Mrs. Harve Jordan .of Gheney. rs. F. N. McKirfley, Mrs. Ronald McKinley, Mrs. Ben Merrl and Mrs. Alfred Weis- man were among those bawling in a touraamo Saturday at East Bowl in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. James Swanda are the proud garents of a girl born Feb. 16th. The baby joins two siters, Shely and Mvcia, at the ihome in Pasco. Mr.. ,and Mrs. James Scroggie are the maternal grandpar- ents. i Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert, acki, Jill :arid ,Chuck were guests Sunday at a family gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J,ack CaMwe'tl of Pom- eroy. Mrs. Kent Soo visited Wed- nesday with her parents, Mr. were Sunday dinner gues of Mr. ,and Mrs. Ed Betz and a,m- ily of Cheney. Mike and Brend'a McKin,ley were weekend guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pierce .of St. Jotm. 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