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Page 6 Chancy Pree Press Friday, February 28, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway FOTHERGILL PASSES Funeral services were held through Hazen and Jaeger in Spokane Friday for Guy Har- old Folllmrgil, for 37 years an employee of Eastern State HospRal, where he was plant manager. He had lived in the Deep Creek and Medical Lake areas for 70 years. He was a World War I veteran, past patron of the Loyal Chapter of the East- eru Star and past 'master of the Masonic Lodge.da His wife, Veraa, preceded  ",hhn in death five yea ,ago. He hd lived at N. 424 ttallett Street un'til .his dth Feb. 15. Survivhg are 'two daughters," Lucitte Torka, Seattle, and Grace Oliver, Spokane; one son, John, Los Awgeles; three sisters, Mrs. Cyrtla Brinken, Boise, Idaho; M. Vera Law- son. Ptummer, Idalm, and Mrs. Laura GuLlizson, Idaho Felts, Idaho;  brot:hers, Jotm, Spokane, anti Eugene of Bevwyn, IIl., nine grandchild- ran and numerous nieces nephews. FUNERAL HELD Pastor Way.e O]son officiat- ed at ,the Tuesday funeral ser- ves .at Emmanuel 'Imtheran Church in Chancy for Mrs. Me Appel, vlto died Feb. 20. Mrs. Appel was born Feb. 13, in LeSueur, Minn. She came to Washington in 1920 and i 1927 as married to An.ton Appel. They had .lived on a wheat mmch in the Ed. wall-Waukon area unl recent years When they moved to N. 324 JefefTson in Medical Lake. She is survived by er hus- band, .at .file ome; three daughters, Mrs. Fkerme Krug and Mrs. Ethel Kaxtg of Con- nell, mad 'Mrs. Doris Hein of Reardan; arm son,  George Lave, Seattle; five sisters, and two brothers, Mrs. William De- tart, Gary, Ind.; Mrs. Ambre Mayors, Fairmot, ,Mhm.; Mrs. Dad Nn, Mukao, Min.; Ms An Loewe and  A1- fmia Loewe of Leenr, Minn.; IMwin Loewe, LeSueur, and Ernest Oogdale, Los Veg- as, Nee. Grandchildres are Mamlm, Am and Phillis Krug; Roger, Linda and Glee Kaxtg ll of Comell, mad Deug, Jaee', Darrel and Diarme Hein of . Mrs. Appel was a member of t. JOlm's Lutheran Church and Wukon grange. Spending some .li"me at the Appel hme are Mr..and ,Mrs. Edwin Loewe, I :Rss ,dam Loewe and Miss A1- freda Loewe, atl of Leueur, Minn. WINNER NOT PRESENT Bud Poter was o presen when his name was drawn for $45 at the Appreciation Day drawing by merclmrAs of Med- ical Lake. Pive consolation prizes of $2 in script were giv- en, lhewever. Winners were N. J. Bcus, Gordon Hedgson, H. T. Kodalen, A1 Staples and IAoyd Montany. If your name is in :the barrel, be there next Saturday t 2 p. m. to collect, should it be drawn. CHAMBER BUSY New faces ,at the Medical Lake Chamber of Coarffn. erce meeting Tuesday, Feb. 18, in- ctuded A. Griffth, mayor, Mrs. Helen Cyr and W. W hil- met. Twentyix members were grese to hear officer Mitten and Officer McCollum of the Washington State Pa- trol, who presened'ape re- cordin,gs of traffic volators in arm ,around the Spokane area. New street lighting was cussed wih Mr. Kited a reprosenutive of the Wash- ington Water Power Cmpany. A business :benday committee comprised of Kenneth Smith and Don Winas was appoint. ed by preside Ervol English. Jim Van Mxe mmmmced that boy's ad vl's stale recipients bare been rmm,ved to ax i Medical Lake Churches ST. OHN LUTIRAN Rev. Wayne Olser0 lmtor Moring trot'vices 11:15 nday School, 10 su m. Women of the Church. first Wl* 9esday. I :0 P. m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Rev. Harris Shane Sunda school, 9:48 sam. Morning worship, II  m. Sunday, young people, 6:80 p. In. Sunday evening service, 7:4S . m. Wednemlay prayer rvle.  :46 D. m. COMMUNITY CHURCH Roy. (aarl BIIIups, pastor Church School, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 e m. EveninZ Srwic Sunday V to 8. Youth Service Sunday  to . Bible Stud Wed.. :--8:$0. SY. TIMOTHY'S EPISCOPAL Rev. E, J. Muo, Vicar First and 'th rd ,tgy_ ;; - first Sunday at 4 :SOt, I  fol. lowfn third Monday, $ Is, rn. Evening prapm', 4:80 grd n&W; morning prayer, 2nd, 4th and th Stun- days, 11 Sum. ST. ANNE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. E. J, KoWrach, purer Sunchys: S 8 .m--Zakelaml Vilhge. 50 s. nureh; / . ureh; Dally--/:80 It. m.---Oheh. Holy Days--7:80 Sum. and 7:80 p. In. --Chuh. Confusions--7 to 8 p. m.. tm'day$ apiece t the gh school. He requested two chamber mem- bers to serve on the committee for finaIizirg the program. An extra special program was an- nou'nced 'by George Spilker, program chairman for the M,rvh meeting. CARDINALS TO STATE The Medical Lake Caliv.a] and the 0olvie Indians, co- champions in the N. E. Class A League, witl play at East Val- ley tonight (Friday t 8 p. m. to determine who will phy in first place 'tgxsition a the state baskebl tottrnam.en(, March 4-7 t the University of Puget Sound at Tacoma. The Cardinal's won over Che- nay Friday eve ,ng  a five minute overtime game. With a 61-61 tie t ,the end of the game, they wet into an over- time to win 68-63. gh scores were run up by Gary Glasgow and Bob Maalis wth 19 points for each. On Saturday evening they won over Deer Park 73-32. Scoring in his game were Gary Glasgow with 13 points, Tim Hillbrick, 12, Larry Tar- r, ant, 21, Jim Wiess and Bob Bell, each 5', Allen Gibreth 4, Bob Maxsalis, 8, John Brewer and Carl IAggins, 2 each, and Rocky Draper, 5. SCHOOL OUT EARLY The Medical Lake sahool dis- trict .dismissed aH schools early Monday ,so teachers could take part in the ,newly organ- ized social studies cuiculum project. This irst meg was held at the elementary school vdth Dr. Chester Babcock, as- sistant superintendent of the state deparmem of education, as keynote speaker. Dr. Wiam Drummond o Eastern Wash- ingn .State College is in charge. HOT LUNCH MENU Manday -- Medical Lake favorite dish, green bear, s, let- tuce wedge, 1000 Id dress- ing, pecan toffee pudding and milk. Tuesday -- Sauerkraut and wedners, .baked potato, peanut butter sandWiches, applesuaee and milk. Wednesday  Chili" beans, warm bread and btt*er, jellu vegotaMe salad, orange quar- ter and milk. Thuray -- Noodles with ham, green salad with French dressing, hrcad nd butter, apple quarter and milk. Friday- Grilled cheese sandwich, macaroni salad, dill pickles, peach upside dvwn cake and milk. REBEKAH SOCIAL CLUB Rebekah social club met at the home of Mabel Shoaf Fri- day evening with Amelia Grff- fith ,as co-hostess. The presi- dent read .an article on George Washington ,and the 14 mem- bers and one visitor, Ethel Cummings, answered roll call with a Lincoln or Washmton quotation. Bingo was played and dessert was served. PERSONAL MENTIONS Ed Stewart is in the St. Lukes hospital, since ast Thursday, but hopes to be home this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Henning spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holten in Washtucn,a. Weekend visitors at the Wal- ter Johnson home were Mr. arrd Mrs. Clarence Brown and Mrs. Lu'la Cutting of Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Broth- er and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weed of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. William Dur- fee entertained Saturday eve- ning With a buffet supper for .the ssocite patens aml mat rens club of the Itland Em- pire. A George Was.hngton theme was carried out and the evening was spen playing cards. Mr. and Mm. Cliff Lehman of Rice were Satur4ay evening supper guests of Marie Seimer. Mrs. Agnes Eory .and Carl Grub Jr. were Sunday visis at the Fred Grub hmne in Puthnma. LAKELAND VILLAGE NEWS Gainirg te ,hhest rank in scoucig were two boys from Lakelamt Vitlege, who on Feb. 14 were preseted the Eagle Scout rank. The court of honer was hekl in the audi- tovimn, at which ne rank and merit mards were given to 15 Curbs of Pack No. 174, 38 awards to the scouts o troop No. 174, 39 awards to the Ex- phn'er Squadron No. 173 and 33 awards tothe Explars f Post No. 174. Ten bws were preseated the Itistoric Trail Patch f0v her urmsual chievement of spend- i/g .two days and nigltts on the ColviUe Indian tral where they performed valuable ser- vice in trail repair and main- tenance. Gene Smith of Troop i No. 174 received the Scot- master's Key. Reeeivirtg the Eagle award were Danny Mc- Danieks and arvin Forey. Only one other Lakeland boy has achieved tbds honor and he was present. He is Paul Le- vitch, who is working at Solah. Mrs. Verda Dobbins, den moth- er, was presented with a gift in recognition of her work. This was her last court of hon- or, as she is soon retire. DANCE SATURDAY Clarence Rider and Gle Dobbins remind you to be sure and ,attend the Cheney Ranchers 4-H dance at the Cheney City Ha,B Saturday eve- ning. Some of these cltb mem- bers are boys and girls from this community and would like to ,have your support. CARD OF THANKS We, of the Tucker laiie School District, wish o thank the School Board members, the hool personnel and business- men of Medical Lake for their support at the school organiza- tion hearing on Monday eve- ning. The Moriartys, SeLfridges, Hoerne,rs and Holloways. f28p FROM THE PAST Medical Lake  1934 A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baldwin on Mon- dasr. Medical Lake children who were presemed in a l'ano re- cital by Mis Anna BeMen were Grace Fothorgill, Maxine Thexton und Lorene and Lu- ella Svenson. The Congregaonal Sunday School will pvesen a ea_ta,ta on Easter Sunday u'nder the direction of .Mrs. Earl Raft. Mrs. Emma Gruver, who has lived here 351 years,  hold an metion sale at her hovae north of Medical Lake. Mrs. Emma  Baew and Mrs. H. P. Hero.keen pur- chased rnaeIais or a quilt which the ,home ecoics climb  eter in a cunte. Dr. E. D. Reinldg, who has been seriously  t t. tokes .hospital, has reded to his h*ome. Dr. H. J. Fetgh, vlm has ,been ill at the Rg home is improving. .... :- '1944 :Sttden:ts taking part in the high school play, "I'm in the Army Now," are loy Holliday, Jean Knappe, Jo Griffith, Cath- or'me Reeves, Don Diberner, Bern,adine obinete, Dan Murray, Melvyn Reaor, Doro- ,thy Inman, Ted Husey, Doro- thy Wise, Merle Garner and Be.tty Kirland. Boy Scouts: Lee Arthur, Merle Brown, Gordon Conners, Don Murray, Robert Nelson and Melvin Reasor and Scout- master Don Baldwin spent the weekend at Camp Sakani on the Little Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Ander- son and Mr. and Mrs. William Lindsay attended funeral ser- vices for James Wa*t at Che- ney. 1954 Carrence (Red) Sinniger passed away suddenly from a heart attack a't his home Feb. 22. He is survived by his wife, Kate Sinniger, ,and two neph- ews. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Clinken- beard have received word from their son, Leslie Clinkenbeard, Pale Alto, Calif., on the birth of a son, Don Raymond, Feb. 28. Cartdidaes for direetoa's of school district 326 are Fritz Gilbreth, director district 4; und Oscar Reitmeier, director district 2. Candidates nominated for the cindy electhon are Sheklon [Vau,ghn, Lyle Fuson, Baney I Adams, .Paul McDdrmld, Pul Lowry and John Kimmei, two- year terrrm. Three WI'H ,be elected; and Ralph Tyson av_d Harry Ritearbouse, (me-year term, one  be elected. Ser- ving on the election board are Carl Grub, Norm Hutchenson nd Frances Goeden. Tyler News Mrs. Lethe PIoHs META APPEL FUNERAL 00ELD Tyler friends of Me.. Ap- pel attended Iher last rites in Cheney Tuesday at the Luth- eran Church. Mrs. Appel was a 'reside of the Tyler com- munity for many years, havig lived on a mh near here. About five years ago she and Mr. Appel retired and moved to Medi:cM Lake. She s sur- vived by her ,husband Tony; three daughters, one son and 10 grandchildren, j PERSONAL MENTIONS Sunday dinner guests a,t the Espanola News By Katherine Hol|oway DEMONSTRATION HELD The Fpanola Women's Cub met Wednesday or a potluck lu,nch at noon, with husbands and other guests attending. Edrta Reitmeier and Amelia Gri,ffith demonstrated and showed areles made in the mosaic ceramics classes they had attended during the past weeks at the county home- makers in Spokane. Amanda Alberts showed a cm. The holiday conest was won by Irene Rosenau and the year book cover cntest was won by Amelia Criffih. Guests during the mee:tirg were Peg- gy Tooke and Ca'therine Han- son. On Thurslay four club mem- bers and Peggy Tooke visited at Eastern Hospital Ward C-2, and served refre,snents. At- tending the social hour, which will be hem oce a myth, were Beverly Cogsell, Patt Selfridge, Edna Reitmeiev and Sally Wilms. GRANGERS VISIT Attending the Vsitathm at Plaza grange Wednesday eve- ning were Mr. and M. CMude Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Besi, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hodgson and Mrs. Helen Cyr. Espanola grange w host Chancy Grange Supply for its regular meeting March 4 at the grange ,hall. The women will serve refreshmen'ts. Five .tables of pinochle were in play Saturdtay evening at the hall. High scores were tak- en by Henry Rosenau and Amelia Griffith, low scares by Claude Garner. The travelrtg prize was won by Helen Cyr. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Roy Rosenau celebrated his 10h birthday Sunday with a dinner at the home of his par- ents, the A1 Roscnaus. The aft was spert bowling. Guests were he Gordon Hodg- sans and Roy's grandmcher, Mrs. Ctherine Hanson. i Saturday eve visitors at the .Gordon Hodgsons were the 'John Hodgsons of Deer Park. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Frank SOl- fridge and Tami were Friday evening visitors t .e Spokane lome of Mr. ,md ,Mrs. Joe Waggoner and Scott. S ,tmday dinner guests at the home  Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wi,Rms and gh-ls were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Harming of Wau- ken and Mr. and Mrs. A1 W" 'tllrns. Sandra Reitmeier erteain- ed with a slumber party t her home Saturday evenin after the basketball game. Guests were the cheerladers, Pt Darrow, Bonnie Kennedy, Bey Hrmon and Terri Nilles. Beverly Cogswell and chil- dre Visited Saturday evening with Micky Moriarty arid fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ram-[ mers of Reardan were Monday J visit,ors at the Otto Magnuson ] home. I Mr. and Mrs. Dn Lambert l of Cheney were Tuesday visit- ors at the Bfll McGourin home. Edna Reitmeier was a Wed- nesday afterrmon eisner. Gary Mann visited on Saturday with his uncle, George Mann, in Spokane. Arley Heyer home were Mr. and Mrs. Finicle and son of Spokn,e. Mrs. Gilbert Swanson o Reardan and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bisson and dauglter Rob- in of Spokane were afternoon callers ,at the Dorald Davis ,home Sunday. Mrs. Johnnie Brown's cous- ins, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Taylor of Smithers, were oernight guests ,t he Brown home Thursday. The Lous Green- wood family :of Spokane were Sunday dirmer guests. Mr..and Mrs. Gi_Ibevt Per- son .and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Childers attended ae visita- tion meeting ,at the East Che- ney grange Friday eyeing. Mrs. Mary Maddux of Che. i ney, Mr. and Mrs. Geovge i Truedson and Mr. and Mrs. ! James Bradley of Spokane [ were dirmer guests of Cace] Mickelson and Lee Brow Sun-[ d'ay. . [ Mrs. Micke'lon spent Satur-I day night with Ms. Ida Ham[ in Olmney. t J Guests at he Bob Shea home .lVonday and Tuesday were her :nepnews, Gary and I)el, mer Vandine, of Kenne- wick. Mr. and Mrs. vgil Bonk of Chancy caled err the LeRoy Jacksons Sunday. Mr. arm Mrs. Everett ,,ter and family of Spokane were dinner guests Sunday. Mrs. Dick Harris and daughter Lof ri cz,lled Saturday. The Don Ray family of Che- hey called at the Arlie Able- man home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Ableman dined with the Arlie Ablemans Sunday. Chester Addington of Wau- ken oMled on the Wes AMe- marts during the week. Four Lakes O ' new school buLldirg appeared" I Aug. 3, 1906, a site was se- l lecte,d ,and a disctasson, was Lennrd Maco---RI 7.7506 I held relative to a larger, bet- Dear Friends, I ter building. am dedicating this column It was decided to have an eight asIwell ,as the next one, and possibly the next two, or a partial historical review of the Four Lakes School District prior to the buildi, ng of the school and before it re- placement by the new ur Lakes School, dedicated in March of 1958. Save your news un'til the next news columm--L. M. 1882 IS START OF SCHOOL DISTRICT This irfformation goes back to the year 1882, which was seven years before Whing- tan became a state. Therefore, the eadlng for the school board minutes re- ferred to School District No. 19 of Spokane County, WaSh- ing*on Territory. In those days merttion was frequently made of aportion- ments to cover operating ex- )eases. The first entry shows a bal- ance from 1882 of $19.11 and an apportionment of $68.21 for 1883, somewhat differen from the amounts spent these days. One an'try records lumber for a h, ouse in 1884 for $90. Another entry refers to a 10 mitl levy for lumber to build a school house for DIS- trict No. 19 and an acre of ground donated fr he site. From 1882 to abou 1906 the school term seemed to last only about three t,o four morth term of school and to procure a teacher for $45 per month. On June 30, 1906, a commit- tee was appoin,ted to deter- mine a plan and cost o$ bild- in,g, and bonds were voted in July. A discussion on Feb. 2, 1907, concerned a right o way and the electric line. The Washington Water Power CO. built the el, actiVe urban line through Fbur Lakes (r Mead- of Lake as it was known then) in the spring of 1908 and it continued to operate until 1922. Miss Myrtle Beardsly was teacher from August 1907 to April 27, 1908. On May 25, 1908, the School board decided to have a one month term of school begin- ,ning June 1.  Beardsly taught durirtg lmt month. Aug. 7, 1908, John Barry was employed o teach the up- per grades at $65 per month and Miss May Soy to teach the primary grades nt $55 per morh. On Sept. 21, 1908, the school board, eonsLting of E. Muttie, W. C. Cape]:l, ,and R. J. Riddle, approved specifications for the new school building. Oct. 1, 1908, bids were open- ed for the new school building. Six bids were received and G. H. Yeaman, the lowest bid- monls and occasionally up to der, was awarded t'he contract five months, at $4,995. Monthly salaries recorded It was to be fin.shed ,by Jan. the following figures: $30, " 1, 1909. during those years indicated The school board met Jan. $33, $35, $40 and $50. 6, 1909, to accept the new They seemed to elm.age building], and the contractor teachers about every year. A motion Jan. 1, 1886, indi- card no fun(is on rhand. A further item xerred to school District No. 3'5 of Spo- kane Coun'ty, Wash., Teritory, Which seems to indicate that ,they must have changed the school district number from Disiet 19 to Dtxiet 35 about the year 1886. lames beg,an to ,appear in the school district minutes ,about 1892 of perso who were more and mare active in school affairs in succeeding years and around ,hhe time the new school budding was built. Some of these names were J. R. Riddle, J. W. Davis, E. F. Graves, Walter Capel'l, Mr. Siggleko, and E. Mettle. On March 3, 1906, the firsf record ,of a special election o determine the question of a was paid. By the meeting of March 20, 1909, an entirely new school board had been etected, con. sisting of J. G. Jones:, clerk; B. A. Monroe, chairman, atd R. J. Riddle. During the fall 'and winter of 1908, Miss May Joy taught i.the tower grades in the ]1tile sOmol house about one-urth mite north of Where ,'the Del GeRum family now lives and along the old highway near tle gravel pit. (This was called ,the Sggleko School.) During .this :same year, JOhn Barry taught the upper grades, which occupied the church un- til the Christmas holidays, and then a grades were moed to the new lmol building ethan school convened after Christ- man, beglnn,rg in January, 1909. Only two rooms of the new bmldlng th,t time. On May24, ly interestin school board they decided teach,ers. The board J. Riddle, B. J. G. Jones. Much around the emphasis was good service. The salaries were $70 per ,cipal and $60 each of the teachers. A special June 19, 1909, new principal, rick, was seated plans different sb to be taught agpere.ntly abte board. At this also gave a two mare More than year get by serving as FFA Accura Corn News Covera ! Year $22 3 money order to! The Christion One Boston This is a time when we should be saving our tax dollars All of us today are hopeful that our nation can effect some tax spending reform, and cut out needless govern- ment spending. Yet there are some people who urge that the federal government build more electric plants and lines. This is needless spending because the more than : tric light and power supply all the additional quired for a growing America. Wouldn't it make sense federal government to stop less spending and use your tax! only for items in the national 00THE WASHINGTON WATER Electric and Natural, Gas Service