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PaW 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, March 5, 1965 Medica! 0000Loake News MEDICAL LAKE MAYOR AI Denton, center, greets the new commanding officer of Battery C, 1st Missile Battalion (Nike. Hercules) stationed near Medical Lake, Capt. George M. Bod- mer while the former CO, Capt. John J. Murphy, Jr., looks on. WOMAN HANDLES BUS 32 YEARS Mrs. A. L. Senson was se- lected to receive the PTA hon- orary life membership pin on Monday evering ,at the elemen- tary parents and teachers meeting. Twenty-five dollars is sent as a sclm,hrship .to the state PTA each year in he,or of some person in the coramun- ity who has eonta&apos;ibute4 o the wlfare of youth. lt'e, ,as she is fondiy called by the bus pttpfls, hs diven schooi bus or 52 yems in the Medical Imke district. Her de- to her job, hr th- ftlrmss nd careful driving are ppreciated by p and chihtren alike. She ao ,has worked in the Job's Daughters order for many years and is mtrvetly ho]dg an office aoxl ssisting the girts in many ways. The presentation was made by Bob Cook, cha4rman of the scholar- ship committee of the Medical haA-e pT.A. ..Bty McGee. is Shown at the left. Fotmder's day va also ob- served with past wesidents given a ,place ,of hmaor. A spec- ial cake with the PTA insig- vAa was served arid a hriof .his, ty was given by Ms. Sven- son. MUSICIANS AWARDED Six medical Lake music stu- dents were ,among those aking part ,aorg with students rom 30 other sehaoi in the ]aster Wasngton ,usic Educatam jtmor ,ctiv'sion solo nd en- semble coest at Gong. Uni- versity on Saturday. Wreybeth Johnstone receiv- ed a superier rating with an oboe solo arM Mau,rice Rbin- ette tlo received a supexior paymg the saxoFhoe. Three exeellents were earned by Ms Bait, loa_na Rph and Iaren Olsan with James 01san receiving a good rating. GRADERS WIN OVER SUNSET Both the .seventh grade anti! the eghth .grade basketball teams wn over Sunset ast Fri- day. Ooach Van Stone said the eigM:h .grade played a pdeu- laxly .good dfeive game. With a score of 13 to 11, Jhn Sptlkex led with six points and e Robinette with four. Other phyers were No,nan Morse, Tom Musser, Bob Bier-i kebine arrd Keith Hedn as i suite. The seven grade I team won 17 to 5. On that team I were trod Von Lehe 6,  B- 4, Wayne .Hdgn 3, Guy Kqhn  ,Myron Tablet 2, D=le WaRms ml B Harmon. The  ,gae of the seaem wi be today (Friday) at Wind- SOt. WINTER SPORTS DINNER SLATED The anmml winter sports banquet wl be hem an March 11 at the high school with the pep cb as sponsors. It will be rded by merahers af the fresl-mmn, jtmier varsity and varsa'ty bkeCbH temns and the wrestg tem, their pr- ants md the coaches. TOWN TEAM AHEAD Smith Caners own team is leadiug in the adult recrea- tion league of Spokane. There are hout 15 teams taking part in the games .at John Shaw jtmior high school. Meca,1 Lake boys phying are Tim brick, lobe Mooney, Len Long, I.voy LeMastes and Rich Jaurez with Bruce Gm- bo of Karan as cash. The last two Rames will he plhyed on the 8th mid 10th. THESPIAN PLAY GIVEN MONDAY The gh schael PTS meeting was held on M,anday evening wth the prese,ntatian .of a one- act phy, "Nine Girls," by the Thespian grop. Membem of the sal stud- ies curricuhm developen committee met this week. High school students ave in the process of selecti.ng girls wlo ,are 16, 17 ,and 18, who would ride on the cmmmity quean float or the Spokane Lic FesUval, hiCh will be hed he ,second week  May. They will take pm't in the Torchlight parade on May 13 ad the Lilac parade on the 15'th. The Ch, amber of Com- merce 'nd atl interested per- sons will work on the float. CARNIVAL MARCH 26 The gelmral fund o the stu- de body will benefit rom the hi, gh sclmol carnival on March 26 rom 7 utfl 11 o'clock. Can- didates for queen 0xe be#n- nng to se tickets for ,three door pizes, a mercimndise first prize ,nd two cash prizes. The freshman candidate is Dawn Jurgens sophomore, Ka- thy Durham, junior, Linda George, and or, Nancy 1bast. The girl se]ng the m'os tick- ets tp untl 8 o'clock the eve- n,g of the carnival witl be owned queen and wit1 reign over the evening's events. There w14 be bLrgo, base,ball throw, fish pond, ring toss, cake valk ,and many other games ad, of course, refresh. ments. ROARING 20"s RELIVED AT DANCE The Roaring 20's will be re- lived on March 12 when the sophomores will hold their an mai dance for IRgh school stu- dents at the elementmry school. The celebration will he,gin the day of the daxt with students in ,costume for a dress-tip day. The chss hopes to create the atmosphere of the 20's with live music for dancing and in- dividual tables for refresh- nmnts. Class advisors ave Mrs. Rehn, Mr. Olsan and Mr. Smith. peters. WOODS ATTEND DINNER M. ,and Mrs. Jay Woods at- teaded 'a dinner meetin on Feb. 26 of district 6 vocaion education at the SpokLane Com- munity College with the chef s C 'IRes povidi, n tlm d&mer. In- stallation of offsets wrs heM. Attending were 50 persons. OES SMORGASBORD The nh amml smorgas- bord of the OES Loyal chaer No. 143 wM1 :be :held on March 6 roan 5 to 8 p. m. at the b.igh schoOl cafetexia. A bazaar will also be :held. CHAMBER TO MEET The Medical Lake chamber of commerce will  its Marh 16 dinner meeting at Eastern State .hospital. VETERANS NEWS World War I Veterans of MediCal Lake ,a.nd Cheney Ba ricks  meet on March 9t at 8 o'c}ock at the MedicM Lake city hail. JOBIES MAKE PLANS Sandra Branigan was init- iated into the Job's Daughters last Thursday evening. The group is making pl,ans fr a ham dirmer in April. ! PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bednos. J check of Spokane and their j ctahter, Mrs. Bernice Glffen and cldren' of Reardan visit-! ed on Sunday ,at the J,o)hn Hen- nug home. Mr. Bednoschek had suffered a broken back but is now feeling much bet- tee although he wll nlt be able to walk ,again. His bkrth- day was Sunday, and he had his first car ride since being confined. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrald Fine nd Mr. and Mrs. Alvia Whit- ney left Monday for Caind,a, I, owa, where Mr. George Fine is ill. They were joined on their trip by Sandy Fine of Se- attle. Mr. and Mrs. Lev Iibrick drove to Seattle on Thursday ,o watch Jim play freshman basketball with Seattle Pacific college. He was named as one of the first five freshm,n play- ers in Seattle area colleges. They phyed St. Martins on Fri- day. Rocky Draper and Bob Mars,oils of the University of Washington rode home with the Hillbricks. The boys left by car on Sunday. Roy Keene is serious,ly fll in a Santa Barbara hospital. Jessie Clarck, Joyce Keene of Spo- kane and Myrtle Queenex of Potlaeh drove to Califoxa on Friday to be wi him and Mrs. Keeae, who also is not well. The Keanes were vaca- tioning at the Del Keene lmme. The Lewis Staton hone was the scene of a farewell ner on Tuesday evening for Ray Landreth ,and family wlo are e,ag for Florida. He is the assistant chaphin at Fairchild. Mr. and Mrs. Don Murray and amily of CoiviUe spent the weekend at the ,hgme of Anna Murray. Mrs. Helen Finson and chil- dren aoIt the weekend at the Victor BrightenfeMts at Pos- ser. Mel Arnold is recovering nicely from surgery. Mrs. Mote Moore isin Sc- red Heart ,Imsitl with a virus infection. She expects to be ;home this week. Bob C, he:ney is :home fr(rm the Deaconess osptsl and 4o- i'g we]ft. Mrs. James Northey of Kirland is spending some time with the Cheyrmys. PAST PRESIDENTS for Medical Lake PTA were honored at i the meeting Monday evening when special insignias were pre- sented to them. Left to right: Mrs. Stan Batt, Mrs. A. L. Svenson, Art Ralphs, Mrs. Earl Von Lehe, Mrs. Francis Holler and Mrs. Everett Fuller. Espanola News By Katherine Holloway GRANGE NEWS The Espanola Grange met wih 28 present on Friday eve- rang. The =birthdays o{ Lincoln and Washington were recog- nized on the lecturer's pro. gram. Mary Wyborney gave the George W, ashington story, Hem- ry Rosenua presented "Rurally Speaking," Gordon Hsdgso: won the Lincoln and Washing- ton quiz ,and Musetta Pat had her name drawn to receive the jackpot, bttt was not pres- ent to collect. They practiced seating offic- ers aad Grange vrocedures were questioned. Terri Musser was Chosen to represe'nt the Grattge for the Medical Lake Lilac float. Mr. and Mrs. George Meserve have applied for membership. There will be a pinochle party ,at the Grange hall at 8 o'clock Saturday, March 6. Part Selfridge ,and Irene Rosenau represented .the Es- rmla Women's cu'b at the Spo- kane county medical office an Friday. The leader trahaing cotrse was on "The Care of Bedside Patients." PERSONALS Darrel Cogswel:l droe to hite Sa'lmon to visit with the Warren Cogswell family over the weekend. On the return Down Memory Lane l '' visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Iancock at Prs set. The Jack Oogsvtels visited Sunday with the AI Thorsons at Freeman. Mr. and Mrs. Larry I)aniel- son wete Sunday dimmer guests f Mabel ShaM. Mr. and Mrs. Clareee Shoat of Spokane were supper gues on Sunday. The Richard Mankes were osts for ,Sunday dinner to the Errol Sanders, the C. M. Mtfl- lens of Spokane ,and the Rob- ert Lees .of MedicM Lake. Mrs. Harold Potts and son .of Spokane were Wednesday visitors ,at the Bill McGourin home. The McGo,urins visited with the Don Lmberts at C'Vne- hey on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Swanson and C, ary were Saturday supper guests. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. ,and Mrs. Chris Johnson and sorts of Spokane. Aftermmn callers were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Konrad of Spokane. The Oscar Mussers drove to Pultman on Sunday te visit with their son, J)hn Musser, a :student at WSU. ! Iatherine Kolloway, Penny, Nina and Sherrie Kavpei of Spokane ,attended the Sgokane figure skating show at the cl- iseum on Sunday. Debbie Wina.ns was a week- erd visito at the larl Van Lehe home. On Saturday the Von Lehes ,attended the fun- eral of Bill Knostmma. , The Oscar Reitmeiers were Wednesday evening visitors at the Phil Tarbert home in Dav- enport. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Penhal- larick of Moses Lake left Sun- day for their home Rfter spend- ing the week ,here with the Frank Se,lridges and the Er- nie Meriatys. On Friday they attended the Soil Cotsevvatio day in Chancy. Ms. Mvarty ad Mrs. Selffidge visited at the Sacred Heart pital lst wevk wth Victoria Suko. Mr. Suko vsited :at the Sefridge and Mar'ratty :homes. OvevRht guests on Friday ,at the Sel- fridgs were Rich Sridge Mike Tarreli and Brian Drainey of Warden. Mr. ad M. Lee Gibson and arnily ,of Chancy and Mr. and Mrs. W, arren g of Spokane were Stmdy dinner guests of the Fred John, sons. On Saturday the J cele- Medical Lake  1936 At the ton caucus Monday evenL-rg, Q. J. Lefevre nd Jotm GoMhacka, dh wre 01rAnated for treasurer; I. M. H,ang, Wll- }tam Baldwin, Lous Gaklaek, and Wffliam Call, or for council- man for 2-ye,r term (hree to be elected); and L. R. Ander. son was nominated ,to complete the unexpired term of L. A. Teseh. Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Carey, who have been living in the Iraeder hme, have moved to the KArebAoffer home. Wllam Tlmmpso, a pio- neer of the Espanola dct, pased away Feb. 19 at the lmme of his son, Carl. He was 87 years old and had lived ere 57 years. Funeral services were held Peb. 18 for N. O. Weyen, 80, from the Lutheran elmrch. He had Rved :at Espanola 28 years. Survivors ,are his wife, three sons, Fred, John and Henry of Espanoh; and two dangh- tars, Mrs. An,no W" 'dims of Es, pnola ,and Mrs. Bla Lindhert of Bridgopot. Medical Lake  1945 Jim Svenson, who is with the 1st Army has been missing in ,action s'mce an. 16, according to a telegram received Tues- day by ,.his wife, Dorothy Sven- SOli. The Medical Lake Auto Freight depot, four trucks and equipment were totally de- stroyed by fire Monday morn- ing. T.e Women's Missioaa'y s- eiety ,ad the Ladies aid of the Lutheran chinch presented plaques to Mrs. Agnes Hayer, Mrs. Christena Weyen, Mrs. I-Ierrietta Wilkes and Mrs. E- ma Tesch for thedr f.aithful ser- vices to the chm'h. Mrs. Edith O'Brian of Seat- tie is visiting her mother, Mrs. My Messinger, this week. Mrs. W. S. WeRborn is mak. ig ,her ,home with 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baldmin, after spendig 10 monrs with her husband at his statians in the U. S. CPO Webern hs returned to active duty in the Pacific. Medical Lake- 1955 liss Jtme Cqk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Clark, became the bride of Sheldon Fausey, .son of Mr. and Mrs. I4aold Fausey of Bloantsburg; Pa. Feb. 6 in the community church with the Rev. Jhn offici, ating. The folowing candidates were nominated at the town caucus: mayor, J,lm Kimmell and Francis Llewe]lyn; council- men, two-year termRa,tph Ty- son and George Palmer; coun- cilman, one-year term---Irvin Schuhert and Ctarene Young. Ohrles Panke was ha.nard I on his ,birt'hday with a family party. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ken,eth Conley and Mr. and Mrs. Roydal Conley of Che- ney, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pittman iof Spangle and Mrs. Iatherine th11. Sunset Riders club elected the fol, lowing officem: presi- dent, Clare ace Shade; vice president, Earl Ro,binette; sec- retary, Barbara Bacon; trail blazer, Glen Thiemens; drill rnstev, Mere Baco and re- porter Lilly Shade. SAFETY CANNOT BE LEGISLATED Chief ,of Po]'ice tal]Iance warned motorists as he called altenfion to the state's alarm- ing increase in Waffic deaths last year. To decrease this loss of life during 1965 he asked for the cooperation of drivers to kow and to obey the state's traffic laws. "In each session of state leg- islature," commented the chief, :"There is a strong e{fort to make our highways safer, our traffic hws mre uniform, the use of seat belts mandato and still we continue to kill people on the highways and in! streets of our cities. You can- not legislate safety. You can make engineering improve- ments in vehicles and highways and hridges but it takes some- thing more than legisati, on to improve the human eleme.nt in trafic safety." The chief called attention to the ,attitude of some drivers who feel there is no room for improvement in their driving habits and skRts. He said tha no one is so perfe that he braced the scond birthday of Angeta Ca ufield with dinner at their home for the Kenneth t'etersons and Darlene Cu- field. Wheat & Feed Grain Program Set For 1965 I Do you frarm? Then don tl target that the final date to fi!le an ,pialicati,on tot, participate in the 1965 Wheat and Feed Grain pvo,gams is March 26, 1965. As important as these dates are, last year some o,f you for- 0t ,and missed program pay- mentts. Th, e,e payments were the difference between profit and loss in 1964. This year's program is again voluntary. It allows more free- dam to plant than any prev- ious farm program. You may participate or not. When you do p:articipate, you may seed ,ddtional wheat witn the p,rogram, using the substitu- tion provision. The malting barley provision a.llows addi- tional barley acreage. Increased con servati,on on the hnd through diverted cre,age earn be a long term bane,fit if pro- perly applied to the lad. Yes:! These are your choces, as stated by William M. Anderson, chairman of your ASC County Committee, Spokane. He went on to say, "The 1965 wheat program offers substitutio,n be'tween wheat and barley, and between wheat and oat-rye acreage when a base hs been established by the Committee, upon your request. It offers certificates, diversion pay- ments and price support loans. The same is true for feed grains (mostly barley in this county) as the substitutio,n fea- ture applies, and diversioa pay- ments, price s upoot payments and oans are availa,ble." cannot learn something new each day he ventures out into the mzinstream of traffic. "Al- though the younger driver group is at this time kith in traffic violations ,and conse- quent .accidents, still there .are may oMer 4rivers vh'o can stand some improvement in both their atitude and skill." Thousands of Americans took their income tax refunds in U. S. Savings B<t last year--some $20 million w(>vth. This year, foffow their exam- ple. Make yottr rund grv in Savings Bonds. BUFf BANe BANQUET 25 Hi WA E. 1381i Vern Ow For Selll And Ap! 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Corvair's air-cooled i Turbo-Air Six delivers the and traction for this size car. , So be practical.  Only you will know. Because it sure won't show/ .Odve something  new-discover the difference at 00ttevrolet t00ttevelle Otety Brown and Holter 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY