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Friday, March 6, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 3 News Four Lakes yard own, ad and operated by Frank K. Eddy. Incidenta,tly, .all those buiM- Holloway Lenard Mace--RI 7-7606 i_ngs have 1,og since burned tS MEET (Continulation of the histor- except the EIe,etric De,po grargers played icaL review of .the Four Lakes which was moved across the their Friday eve- school district.) streel and row `faces the pres- Iisie Oogswell The follo,wiag June 26, 1909, en, t post office, Which has been Other win-it ,a, ppears that it was neees-remodeled for o,Lher use. Amartda Alberts, sary to .correc,t some o,f the an-: Sidewalk Extended Roy losenau ntml reports. A board sidewalk extended Rx)senau. Gordo An appraisal of the cost of in from the present Post office won tle drawing. On opevaitin, g ,the school was alo building and sou,thvard ,along was ,a true and made and 1an additional $1,000 the full block and across the on fleer wrk Which insurance put on ,the building, street in front .of the hotel by E.lie Cogswell. The teiachers for the term arid real estate ffice. ,gave a read- of schoel were: Lewis S. Her- The present post office of the home rick, principal, Miss Tess,2e building is about the third club have purchas- Edvards, Mrs. C. E. Randolf building to .occupy t'ht ,oea- or the and Mi.s lay Jo. tion. rage w'om- J, anitor el'acted was Melvin This main street was known been busy fold- Jones at $15 per month. ,a,s Electric Avenue west off the arid plmming Grades ,ore through four Electric Depot and varehuse Painting before the were on the first floor arm the ald exterd:ing in from the weeks, remaining grades on e see- Medical Lake rroad to ,the road end floor, past the grange hall was an- R The foli:owirg year the 10th other parall, el road. Pearson and grade was added ,arid an addl-! It might be of interest to vecetion in tionl teacher .hired. kn'ow that .the streets were a,terrmon This year the teachers were: pLairfly marked with neat white ormving Miss ay Joy, grades one and posts at the irtensecUmts and General &)tin two; Mrs. Lindell, grades three even had electric iglts at a of Ws*ltrgton, and four; Miss Tessie Edwards, few of he intersections. grades five and sLx; Edward[ The Medical Lake road 1 comes irate Four Lakes en First Bletz taught in a oom directly I Street, numbered southward. over the front erttmnce (ff the The school bu.iMig is on Fifth Lloyd Knapp buiMing nld ssisted Herrick evening some of the hiffh school sub- Street. with a pohle jects. E)ctendin, g eastward up the Were Mr. and ! Slaries were: Pri,ncipal, hill ave Electric Ave., Cheney M Wy- $100 pea- onth; the others Ave., and Spokarm Ave. Ras,enu, $75 per mortN. (This conclades the hisor- Mr. arid During. the seeortd erm, a ieal review of the school dis- Mr. and Mrs. fire broke out in the lower trict ,arid City of Meadow ir. and Mrs. room nearest the street, but Lake.) Mr. and Mrs. prompt action ,of pupils, teach- Mr. and Mrs. es, and citizens extinguished -l,-r'lr and Mr. and it but =an ertforce:d vaea,ion ws  News and Jbanne. necessary ,for vepars. Pupils Named Mrs. Letha Plotts were phyed br mong the ppfls who at- MELCHERS VISIT h'td lliza Ros- Cnley and terded school in the u,pper AT DAVIS HOME low grade,s were: Glenn Mintzer, Mr. :and Mrs. Ll, oyd Meleher won the Herman Wi'Bms, E,dwina of Spoka,ne were Sunday din- Graves, Ted Graves., Laura ner guests at the Donald Davis lIortrae, Ira Prince, Leon Me- home. MENTIONS Clroek, Nellie Cx, Ina and R,ay Bacon, Pearl Manly, Ine PERSONAL MENTIONS Shoa at Wilson, Ralph Barry, Grace rs. Bill Rasenau dined wi Slas ad Lurerm Joy, &rthur and her cut,sin, Mrs. Ruh Silver, were Mabel; Mamie Shanks, Chavl,, and in Medical Lake Sdy. Mssers, the Len McCoy, Lizzova, Huhert, Gihe Pe`terso attended and he Gary and MeIvin Jaes, and Harold the workshop meetgs Men- and Ruby EddLrts. day and Tuesday for the board soon with The lower grndes coed 'Shaf was a members of the COoperative at l ,guest of the of brothers ,and sisters o many the Ridpath :hotel in S,kane. ,of he ,above named pupils as Mr. ,arid Ms. Jack Brown vstors at well as several others wno can- served lureh for the Tyler home were not be rm,med. Grarge meeti.ng Tuesday eve- IAmtquist Mr. Heri'ck married .Miss nizg. Mr. IAlquist Bessie Soy "hile he lived at Mayrmrd Prenl&-e and ns Meadow Lake. of 1Weses Lake visited at the Amanda A1- R was lso hile Mr. Her- Loyd Abteraan home Satur- visit- rick was `teahia here that day evening. the nlarne of :Meadow Lake was The Dee Ableman family ,of hmne. clmaed o Four Lakes. The Chancy bad dinner with the and Hazel on the sick dte for this was 1910. A blearmns Monday. A town metia was hem Mrs. Alice Hohan, Mrs. md in the Store BUild, g, buff Me LitdI1 .al Mrs. Lt2ia a n anl and operated by Wiam F. Piots were guests ,of Mr. and Pin- Jones,  .tater owned by lrs. Rezeau Plotts or dirmer 'lmrne f Mike Se,aus, and it was at at the M.ai n!line eafe Sunthy. in tNs meeting, wi Mr. E. F. They were joined by Mr. and Graves presiding, tha, t the Mrs. Royal Ho,an and Jan ws a week- :name was eharged by a vote f and BOb Plotts. The ca,on erne of Dr. ]hands. was to hoor Mrs. Alice Hal- Nielmls in The social life ,of this 9er- mina's 85th bihdaT. bed :revolved almost eacirely, The group then daxwe to the E. C. Hodgsn around ,the sehil and clmrch. Newpert ranch recently put- were Sunday vis- The Epworth League and the chased by Rezeau P,lotts. xOrdon odgson Peeoles Class were par- Mr. and Mrs. Rezeau Piotts ,aCtive organizakms, were dinher guests of Mr. and A1 Rosenau Meadow Lake was a produc Mrs. George LynVh in Spokane ause g of ,a real esae boom lxmot-, Saturday evenirg. Iter they ed :by E. F. Graves mad a Mr. i enjoyed movie,s token by the of the Hanauer, a man (ff me re-Lynches on their Halation Teka. means fvm New Yrk. itour last April. gtms at The city consisted of a Bob S`tengle as borne r@m were arge, two story htel, located sub, eel with a cold Monday. W'flns. On one block south of the tx'esen,t Supper guests a the Art L. Coses post office; a real estate office Sengle home Sunday were Mr. guests, adj,oin'mg be hotel; the g and Mrs. Jack Cole of Paradise supper cery store mentioned earlier Prairie. was located just across the I Mr. and Mrs. J. Manning and Mrs. street from the 'loel where Plotts were onday afterao(m ls. Gray's h,ouse is now local- of DeSrnet,were ed. Next to ths was a bar-i caPers ,at the home of hs :and Lin- bur Shop, then a hardware m.3ther, Mrs. Letha Plotts. Mrs. Helen Jackson and Loewe, store, a small cigar stwe, Billy arid Mrs. Pauline Able- LeSueur, whieh also housed the post f- :ma,n were callers on Mrs. Yohn fice, a hu!tcher shop and a store Ham Thursday morning. hi-Courtly our- building on the site of the pres- 'at Cheney the ant ,post office and residence Amb News guests from of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sc:hulz, e er W a,ons, completing the fron,age o the rd the Melvin block. By Jennifer Jordan ; Back of these buclings were HOT LUNCH MENU vi'ors at the barns ,and corals of the were Mr. Iffnlauer raves 'Oo., nd the Monday -- Spaghetti with hamburger and tampa`to sauce, city well, which was operated spirmeh, bread ,ad butter, pe.aches, milk. Mr. by electricity. and West of  block af build- Tuesday  Mashed potatoes Me(our.,the ings and across the street were Alber hme. located the electric Irtterur- with pork and ,gravy, corn, ht Were Mr. and lm, n degot :and aveh(mse and roils ,and butter, pple crisp, milk. of Wau- further down tke Medium Lake Wednesday -- Meat la:f, were Sat- highway was loe,Yted the turn- green beans, cazaX)t sicks, o the Don frui`ted jello, bread and but- On Sue, to Davenport to visit with the jter, milk. the Os- G rover (dam. I'  Thttreday- Fied Clicken, The Frank g mily[fruit salad, bread and ltter, of the was Satm'day dinner guests_ at llemon pndh'ng, milk. '' wre Mr. the Joe Waggoner home. Sun-I rid.ay -- HOt dgs, maca- and Sam- day vi)x `t he Sf/ridg rov2i mid e, eeleey, ice are leaving were Mr. aId MI.  cream, milk. t Ban- arid family of Spokane, r I)r. ad Mrs. Eugene Wybof Saturday ngh diamer guests of Mr. rtd .lrs. Ed Betz and t the Jck were Mr. and and b On ( gs-: urnment  see  Bi-Cunty nehev, an this Minnie Petersan ark o visit who s in a fall. On a Simons of visiter. On 'etersors drove hey spear .soveml ,days on the coast hst week. hey visited their son, Joe, at Ken and spout some time, with Mrs'. Blakesly at Seattle. Thursday visitors at the Fred John'son kome were Mrs. El- eanor Moore and diMren. John Johnson of Spokane spen. the week tand loyd Arp of Ty- ler spent the weekend with Doug Johnson. OR Stmlday the Fred Jehn,s0s spent some time with the Les Gibsas in Chancy. Mrs. Gibson's father, A.rtdrew Martin, at the Che- ney Nursing home, passed aay. Mr..arid Mrs. Bob Han- sel and baby of he;ney were evening visOors. family were Dr. and Mrs. El- red Peacock, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bunker, Mr. mad Mrs. Guy Brash and Dr. otd Mrs. Norman Mecstroth. Fns on big game hamthg were .shown. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Betz were Sunday ,guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bests. Ji, DaM was a Saturday aigt guest of Los Oiens ,of Badger Lake. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ai Dhl and #amily were Mr. aId Mrs. Walt Hubel, Mr. arid Mrs. Merr Nelsma ad son Gerd'on of Spokane. Mrs. Binrm Dummeier and Miss Fae IVtason left Tues- Lance Hill By Luella Dow Mrs. Jim Lucas and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lucas, Loretta and John Jr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anderson and "family Sunday. RaLph Lund and George Lund of Benge visited the A.nderson family during the week. Wallace Scroggie was he,me from Pateros to visit his folks. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Scroggie, over the weekend. The Scrog- gigs' granddaughter, Shelly Swanda, was released from a Pasco hospital Thursday. She had been seriously ill wit'h pneumoa. Mrs. Loyd Morris of Spo- kane and Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmitt Sunday. Mr..and Mrs. Wallace Dov and Teresa visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goodwin Saturday evening. The Dow drove to Deer Park Sunday $or dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Milner and family. Spangle News By Virginia M. Struck HOE AND GROW &H CLUB A money,raising woject for the Spokane courty leader's council 'has been aaovized by the eourmil 'f6r he sa,e by county 4-H club ,members "of 4-H booster stock certkfcates at $2 per slare, par vaue. This is a mearts .of raizing ,te nec- essary funds to semi Spokane courtty's ,deegates So N*a.tiorml Conferen'ce in Washinston D. C. during April. " It will also be ,for additi, anal funds raised o carry "on other 4-H sponsored acivRies at day morning to visit in the Yakima Valley. Mrs. Bina Dtrmneier was a Saturday luneher uest of Mrs. Mark Ra,teltffe. Miss .Frac ,dlas was a Monday luncheon uest of Mrs. E. H. Breeden. Mr. and Mrs. Leglie  and Ron were Wednesday callers of Mr. arid Mrs. ,Edwin Oker- trom arm Mrs. Boone . Saturday nigl,t supper uest of Mr. arid Mrs. J. M. Harris were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harris and family. Mr. ad Mrs. Charles Miller Sr. were Tuesday cMiers of Art Mfls and Miss Bess Cam- eron. Mr. and Mrs. Ran McKinley and fzmily were ,Sulay din- her guests of Mr, and Mrs. Pete O'Laughlln of Iardan. Mr. and Mrs. Ron McKinley, Mike and Brencwere Sunday callers of Mr, and Mrs. Ben! Merr antl famgy. both he county and loe.l cl,ub level. County campskips were an- n,ouneed at the meeting a,nd ff any one interested in applying for these, they were due in the county .office July 1. County demorstraton day is April 18, the location ta be ar,nounced Later. Eve,/one was encouraged to enter ths con- test. Refreshmen`ts of cookies and ho,t ch, ocolate were served by Shirley Cramer ard Robin Cra, btree. RecTe,a:t, iun was led by Anna McKinley, Saron and Janet Piersol. The baking II girls met Feb. 22 with Patty Johrson as hos- tess. Patty demonsrated the different kinds and ways in making sandwiches. The next meeting in March Will be at Carol Ann Spliehal's home. LODGE MEMBERS GUESTS Several ladies ,from oa- ing Star Rebekah Lodge, Che nay, were among guests at the last meetig of Primrose Re- belah Lodge. They brought the troy eling FriendSNp key to Primrose Lodge. The ocal lodge plan's ,on traveling to Ra- m,ona Lodge, Opporturry, ,on Tuesday evening to present the key `to them. The Silver offering taken a`t the meeting will be se ,to ,the World Bank ,fund for research and assistance to those in need of eye an,spants, ,one of the projects spensed 'by lbek- ah and Oddfel],ow Lodges i, t:h,e U. S. DINNER PLANNED The Spane Ladies 2id will have ,a spaghetti dinner Marh 13 from 5 to 8 p. m. It Will he held in the Feovshp room of the church. Advarme tickets will be soM, but they may also be purOhased a he door. The pu(b[ie is invRed to attend. eRASHES Mr. arid Mrs. Gary Brash have been acationing in Cal- ifornia. Their sons, Itcky and Bret, :have been stag with relatives while thdr,--parens are ,away. PERSONAL MENTIONS Ben Gerk!rg will cond,uct a pastr's el, ass for t0se inter-I e sted ,in becoming members of; 'the church. The sessions will be held on Monday fteruons at 4 p. m. at the (hureh. Any- orre wishirg to may attend the classes. Mr. and Mrs. Art Byes! spent three days in Lewiso visiting the Dr. Ray Turner family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hengen and children :arrived by tra Sun- day everng for a visit wth the Henry Hen,gens and other relaUves and friends. They Grand Opening Today! March 6! Sedans, station wagons, trucks and Karmann Ghias--we'll have them all at our Grand Opening this weekend, doors open and ready to go. . . Come in. Take one out for a demonstra- tion drive. Notice that VW's are rattle-free, easy to handle in traffic, park in Wle space. Back at our Brisht new showroom, ask about the VW engine in the rear that will go all day at top speed without strain. Ask to see our Bright new parts and service department, too. (Nothing can hap- pen to a VW that we can't fix.) And enjoy the other special Grand Open- ing surprises we've prepared for you at our new headquarters . . . film, special demonstrations, refreshments.., a VW sedan assembled completely from dealer parts in our northwest supply depot... and a $1OO U. S. Savings Bond for the person who comes closest to estimating the number of hours it took to assemble. Open House all day Friday and Saturday. You're invited ! BRIGHT MOTORS Our new address: J]} 430 E. Sprague St., Spokane MA 4-4106 .o,zo now are ivmg in Rock Islaml, 'Ill. BRIEFS Mr..and Mrs. Ron Green, Bonnie nd Don, rite, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strock were din- ner guests 'at the James Fas- ter home in Spokane Sunday. The event was in eelebraon of Kimmie aad Robin Fster's third birthday. Denny ttall and his room- mate, Larry Laws of Tn,a:sket, were visitors at the home of Mrs. Bertha Haft Snday. Bomb young men ave students at WSU. Ed SQrerson was eed to IAbby, Monet., over the week- erd due to ,the death of his father. Mr. ,and Mrs. James Jtmso, T ormsket, parents of Mr. Doaa Johnson, :and the Ridaard Jolmsons of Pman, were weekend guests of the Don Johnson family. Mr. and Mrs. Bi Byers, vh,o nv live in Spokane Valley, visited several days this pat week at the Joe Byeas and A Byers homes. Verl Helmet and ,his sisters, Mrs. Alk, e Ault ,and Mrs. Leola Melntyre, drove to TacOma Monday to ateml the funeral services for an unce, Mr. Hen- ry Helmet. The Lberty High Luneers basketbN1 team won `the right to a berth in the State Tour- ,nament last week. They took fourth place in `the dJrict tourney, qua'lifying `them fr the state trip. Good luck, Lan- cers. Mrs. Otto Bliesner arrived lome last week from a trip which she ook with her broth- er arid sisters--w, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Doerndorf, Paseo. They visited in Parland, hen with Mr. and Mrs. Jb.a Hon- chrak in Aameda, t Kn'ots Brry Farm l Disneyhal, across Old Mexico from N gaiss to Guarns; up rugh Phoenix and Sa'R Lake City, where they saw the rm6n Temple, Tabernacle and other interestiag sghs, on ,to Rigs- by, Idaho, arid Pasco. Se said they all managed to acquire sunurns in the Soth, hen to 'be really cooled off when they reached Idaho, where temperatures ,fell o -6 de- grees. Check the classified columns. NOTICE OF GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION FOR THE TOWN OF AIRWAY HEIGHTS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tt ,an Tuesday, the 10th day .of March, 1964, `the general municipal election will be held in ,and for the Town of Airway Heights,-' Wafllirgon, for the purpose of electirg the foUowing: Mayor for a four year term Three CounciLmen for a four year term Two Counvilmen to fill a *we year unexled term The names and addresses 'of all persons nomirmted whose n,ames will appear on the ballot are as foIows: Mayor: (4 year term) Carl M. Lundstrom, N. 407 teeman, Airway Height, Wash. lalph E. Nol`te, N. 708 Lundstrom, Airway Heights, Wash. Councilman: Position No. I (4 year term) William C. Dahms, Airwiay I-Ieigh, Wash. Edwa,d M. Hommld, Airway Heiglts, Wash. Councilman: Position No. 2 (4 year term) Bob EMekson, Camel Street, Airway Heights, Wash. Louise Sostrom, Airway Heights, Wash. Councilman: Position No. 3 (4 year term) L. W. Oastle, Airway Heights, Wash. Arthu Mor, aghan, lairehild Arms, Airway Heights, Wa. Councilman: Position No. 4 (2 year unexpired term) E. G. Heavner, Airway Heights, Wa, sh. Foyd R. Merrill, Airway Heights, Wash. Councilman: Position No. 5 (2 year unoxpirecl term) The pos *at said eeoUon w,g be open t 8:00 o'clock m the morning aad Will remain open un.tia 8:00 o'clock in he evening. The desigrm-cl polling phee for each precinct in said Town of Airway Heighs is ,the Sunset School, Airway ttetRs, Wash- ington. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my Itand and official seal th 5th day of ,Mrch, 1964. FRANK-& GLOVIR, Country Auditor of Spokane County, Washington and Ex-Officio Supmwisor of Elections  (March 6, 1964 NOTICE OF GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION FOR THE CITY OF CHENEY, WASHINGTON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha`t "on Tuesday, the 10th day of March, 1964, the general munieipM electn will be held in ,and for the City of Chancy, Washirtgton, fro" the purtmse of ek, cting the following: Mayor for a four year .term Three Councilmen for a four year term One Councilman .at hrge for a wo year term The names and addresses "of all persons nominated whose names will appear "on the ballot are .as foflows: Mayor: (4 year term) Nohn Brown, 405 "B" Street, Cheney, Wash. Councilman: Position No. | (4 year term) James Johnson, 419 "G" Street, Cheney, Wash. Councilman: Position No. 2 (4 year term) Norman Hove, 214 North Third, Cheney, Wash. Councilman: Position No. 3 (4 year term) Richard Idagelin, 108 North Fourth, Cheney, Wash. Councilman at large (2 year term) George A. Fher, 217 "B" Street, Cheney, Wash. The polls a.t said election will be open at 8:00 "o'd,ock in the morning and will remain "ope until 8:00 ,o'clock in `the evening. Below ,are designated the polling pl, aes in each precinct in said City of Cheney: City Light BuiMing, Cheney, Wash. (for voters of Cheney No. 1, No. 2, No 3 ,and No. 4 precincts) IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto st my hand and official seal this 5th day of larch, 1964. FRANK J. GLOVER, Coury Auditor ,of Spokane Comay, Wa, shirgten and Ex-offido Supevvisor of glections (March 6, 1964 NOTICE OF GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION FOR THE TOWN OF MEDICAL LAKE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ha on Tfiesdy, the 10th day of ,March, 1964,$he generd municipal el vffi be held tn and for .the Town of Medical Lake, WaShingn,  the pU r- yof g the tug: or fo a tur year ,term Three Councilmen for a four year term The r,mes and addresses of  persons ,nominated whose mines ?dl appe on the ballot e 'a follvws: Mayor (4 year term) E. Denton, Medical Lake, Wash. Marshall W. Webb, Medical Lake, Wrh. Countlman: Position No. 1 (4 year term)  i Keith Geer, Medical Lake, Wash. Louis Staten, Medical Lake, Wash. Councilman: Position No. 2 (4 year term) Francis L. Llewellyn, Medical Lake, Wash. R. G. Weatherill, Medi'eal Lake, Wsh. Councilmen: Position No. 3 (4 year term) Gerald Brow, Medical Lake, Wash. The polls at said election will be open ,at 8:00 o'clock in the mo.rtg and  remain ape.n until 8:00 o'clock in .the evening. The desigrmted polling ph.ce for each precinct in said Town of Medical Lake is the Town Hal, MeScal Lake. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal this 5th day of March, 1964. FRANK J. GLOVER, County Auditor of Spokane Cottony, Washington and Ex-officio Supervisor of Eections (March 6, 1964