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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, March 12, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Immunizations Set For March 17 &amp; 19 An immunizatiort c will be hem starng at 9:30 a. m. Wednesday, March 17, at the Medical Lake preschool cen- ter, according o an armounee- ment ,by Dr. O. E. Pk)eger, Spo- kane ,county health officer. A sirnar clinic is sehedu,led for Eray, March 19, at tle West Liberty elementary school, Spangle. GRIFFITHS HONORED ON GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY Wed at the Lutheran parson- ge on March 3, 1915, .Mr. md Mrs. A. L. Griffith 'lmve reach- ed the 50 year mark in their marriage. Mr. Gcfffith, now re- tired, vcas a wheat rcher, a dfhT farmer ard a grain del- or. He was mayor of Medical Lake for 10 years. They were heored on Sun- day .by their four childre at a reception at the ,odge hall, with about 250 friends and elatives presert. A family tree Was prese:nted them with a gol- 6on mailbox. Serving were Martha Grapp, Ilene Savber d label Sheaf. In chawge of the gtmst book was Denim Ahf rd at the gift table was Bar- bara Jack. Their children ,are Eleanor /`hlf and Laurence G,rifi of Spokane, Evelyn Ableman of Orescent City, Ollf., d Deris Sh, eaver of Paramount. Ten gadchildven aad eight great grandchildren were present. Out of town visitoes at the Gifihe were the Lewis Able- nm ,of Crescea,t City, She Ski Jcks of Vancouver, tim Glen Shearers of Paramount, IAnda GviffJh of Seal Beach, (tif., mad  Lawrence G rff" fiths of Stmkane. DINNER TOUR SLATED AT EASTERN HOSPITAL Wome of the St. John's Lu- theran chreh wfl mki a din. nov meeting at the Eastern State  on Mnday, 15. A tar off the hospi- tM, ted by Fran S'tim- son, wiI foKow. Knoming moe about the ly ill mad do- ing What we can for ern is arm of this year's goals of the American Lutheran chh women." The Medical Lake Chamber of Commerce  also 'ham its lareh meeting at the ospital with a dinner al tour. This wll be "wives nght" with evyene in.ted to come t 6:30 on Mreh 16. NO CHARG : FOR SHOTS There will be n charge for SMk or Sabin sho now. Both w be available f-e on March 17, ong with `the smallpox, D. T. and D. P. T. at the ele- mentary seh0ol ,at 9:30 for the lRs as wel as pre-schoel hdren. BICYCLES IURCHASED FOR AFRICA MISSIONS 2mda7 eve saw the last of three mis,en programs at the ommunity CtmrCh. lr. ad Mrs. ,Cook  the yuth ffrop participated in tlm pro- grin on Africa, She pa,bles, rddles, ,stories and fk talks. The entire congregation/S in- v0ved .in a co,lectkm to buy at least three bicycles to he ship- pod to Africa for naive pas- tnvs. Their goal will soon be onpleted. 7TH GRADERS END VICTORIOUS SEASON The eventh ,'ade wm `tlmir last ,basketball ,gemae 18-12 on day, lh 5, at Widor. This  the season with six wins and one 'lss. High scving boys  the season were aae Hedgm wh 3"/ poinis, Rod Ton Lee 35, My- oa Tober 23, Bill ,Baumml 19, Guy Iaphn 12, Ile Waiters 10, De  6, Jim Oson 5 l Bill Harmon 2. Tke boys vatd ,like to thank all tose wo watched ,teir lames. The track program wil be getting trader way wth pmc- t2ee after school on Mmkiay and Wednesday. M. Smith ml 1. Jm wi coach those inlrested from the fifth, sixth, wenh and eih grades. CIVIL AIR PATROL COMING MARCH 15 The elementary schval PTA will meet Mrch 15 with the Civil Air Pabol givh the pro- gram. CAmhin WaMo Rist ,d,Uwill gave he ination al the e- (ms  be presented. Chief Win:rant  RKmaM (2ap will tel of the Civil Ar Pa- trol, training  action. Re- freshmen,s will be served by e third gme room mothers. HOT LUNCH MENU oday- Italian spaghetti, tettuce wedge, 1,000 Ishnd dressing, hot French bread and buter, ,ayricots and milk. Tuesday  Smoked Vivgin ham, trid needles, bread mad butter, gree beans, bana'a- v,ania cream pudding and milk. Wednesday  Ham gravy over Irish potatoes, pinea.pple Waldorf salad, hot yeast oilS nd butter, fret arid rnik. Thtwsday -- Turkey dress- ing casserole, tossed green slad with Frermh dressing, broad and butter, gppMsauee aBd milk. Friday  Baked macaroni and Cheese, carrot sticks, but- tered frozen pas, buttersco`tch vaer and milk. Visiting with Mrs. Bud Stap- les 'for the week is Nellie Rob- inson of ChehMis. On Su,nday they visited in Coeur d'Aene with Mr. arm Mrs. F. W. Crow- der and other re,aives. Army Spec. 4 and Mrs. Larry Tooke, wire is stationed at Mad- igan germral hospital, Tacoma, visited the Alton Tookes before leaving for Heidelberg, Ger- marly, where he will be station- ed for two years. Mrs. Took will make her lome with her parents in Bil,oxi, Miss. Mrs. Patrick Oalhhan is sperding a week in Juneau, Alaska, where her husband is working. Seaman Doug Sormeborn had Divan:he Giefe of Seattle were weekend visitors at the Ed Son- neborn home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Stites spent several days ht week in Port,and where Mr. Sties went to the Veterans kospital. Visitirg with te Jatm Basil family for a few weeks is Mrs. Mariam Salenaux from Inde- pendence, Ore. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ed inter of Clear Lake returned home Sire- day from Wickenburg, Ariz. They had traveled through Deahh V,ay, New Mexico, etc., with the Hary Gramps by krail- or. The Gramps cnttrmed on to LWre, Calif., to v/#,t Mr. a'.nd Mrs. Willhan Ganps um til April, when they  re- tur ,home. Pearl King ,and Glen Pedigo spe Sudy at the Harold TWohy ,home in Cheney, the oc-: casten ,being the birthday of Cone Twohy. I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mace! spent Stmday at e home of Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur Tyron at! Trentwood. Mr. Tyro had jgery returned home ater sur. I t the Doness hospita'l. Another ,siSte,r, Mrs, Chck Pe- derson of Sardpot, was also visiting. ! ,Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lowry of Brewster spent Friday 'and[ Saturday with the lbevt! Cook family. Visiting with Mrs. John Mc- Kown on Monday was her ganddaughter, Rermee .Mc- I<r, vn of Spolane. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ba'own and family of Telvoa were weekend visitors at the Frma Llewelyn home. Mrs. Inez Watson, who ts been staying in Sefle with the AI Bockwiths. was at the lly, ns or Sunday and went to the Imslital Mnday for a cat Change. They returned to Seattle this week. Espanola News By Katherine Hol|oway CLUB TO MEET ON MARCH 17 The women's club will meet larch 17 t the ciub room with Anna odgson and Mac ath- er s hostesses. M. Edna Reitmeier 'and Mrs. Olfie He- nkg attended Spokane County (Mncil Friday at the I)argokl room. They served dessert for the EsImnola club. GRANGE TO MEET Grange  meet to:gt, Priday. Attending the PaPa, dise visittiat on Friday evening ware Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hodgson and Mr. and .Mrs. Ed Best. CARD PARTY There were six tbles of pinochle in phy at the grange bl Saturday evening. Lydia Schiewe won the traveling pze. High scos were won by Carence Henrg and lar. the Pmderson, second high by Cude Garner and Mlabel Scaf. Tlm. sday luncheon gues of Mrs. Anita McG<mn were .Mrs. Bt Peyton of Tacoma and . as]da ,of Seattle. Weekend visitors of the A1 WilIms were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kirk ,and fmily .of Pomemy. Sunday dinner guests wre the n Wilms family. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Msser drove to Cheweh, h Thursday to see Oscar's grandmother, Mrs. Bilt Muaon, who was ,seriously ill. She passed away on Friday t ,the age of 85. On Sunday the .Mussers visited at Amber with he I_rry Dmiel- sons. Dale Mil'ler ,of Pasco was a weekend visitor of Wyrm Hogon. On Monday Mr. and Mrs. Hedgson were visitors of he E. C. Hodgs)ns at Veadale. On Wednesday Anna ttodgxon, Mae ,and Roberta Sather drove to Tekea to have lunch with the Scott Hansons. Mrs. Catherine Hanson returned with them to visit with the Abert Rose- rmus. Sandra Reitmeier was hon- ored on her birthday with a party at the borne of her par- i ents ,on Friday evening. At- tendhg were CAaudia Behlm. ger, Jerry McGloughtin, Bar- :bara Boyce, Dave Murbach, Steve Gree:nwood and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Mastersn. Linda Von Lehe visited with Linda oung over qhe week- erd ,and skied at Chewelh on Suwday. Penny HoHvay was a Sunday nner guest of Kar- es Von Lehe. The a,ck Cogswells and Gretchen raham a`tte,nded the bal games at the cohseum on Saturday. Lunch guests after- wards ,at the Cogswell home were the es B remmans. Mrs. Patt Selfride visited with Mrs. Emil Suko at Sacred Heart hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Penhullurick were weekend visitors at the Sefridges. Saturday evenin visitors were Emil Suko and lark of Warden. On Sunday they visited with the Joe Wag- oners in Spokane. Tle Gary Webly family drove to Cotlee City on Sun- day to visit with the Ratgh Wehleys. Weekend vsitors ,at tke Dave Peterson Imme were Mrs:. Adellia Simons, Russeil Sim- mons and Gerry Wilson of To- nasket. They came for the Grif- fith go, den amiversary open house. Sunday afternn visit- ors were .theL1oyd Knppa. Mr. ,and .Mrs. Ernest Fran- seen of ttayden Lake, Id, alm, wre Tuesday lunch v',sitrs at the Co.vl Johnsons a.nd Mr. mad Mrs. Jim al ,0ff Waukon were ferneon vistom. Mr. and Mrs. Jle Strieff of Cheney were Saturday visitors. Rev. and Mrs. Ross of Che- hey arid daughter Myrrm were Saturday visitors. Sue Iam of Tyler and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hepton ,of Cheney were Sn- day ner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hedge of Skane aso visited on Saturday. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner Mary T. Priest of Hayford Summoned By Mrs. L. Widner lare T. Priest, a leng time rdeat )f ayford, passed aveay Feb. 25 ad was ,laid rest Feb. 27 in te Marsha cemetery beside her husDand Carl and son Fl,oyd. The Priests lived for many years near the Community church in ttayford. After re- tizrg they moved to H_aTvd road and S2mset highway. Anmg those surviving is a son Ed Priest of Hayford mad a daughter Mrs. Hg of Sprague. GRANGE NEWS The rough Pomona Gge fellowship tour was  in the Pavad}se hal Friday eve- ng. There were 152 g- ors in attendance. Paradise was host, Spangle lad charge of the foor work and Plaza put on the program. Ci$ornia was the theme state. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mattausch of Plaza grange presefled a skit on a cow. Mrs. Fred Imaf and Rose Churchill gave po and banjo selections and 'mre were songs by ,Plaza members. A l,story on what C pred.,cos ,on the  as giv- en by Mr. Smi. Glen Db- bin, master of Four Lakes Grarge, won the door prize ad $16.80 was the silver col- lection. There were aigh 1! mona officers ad ten Subx:w.' dinate masters present. Get 25-Year Pin Pomona master Ray (Ym- tensen presented .a 25 year ph and certificate to Mrs. Dife, Paradise secretary. Spangle range had MI its officers present for this fel- l)wship tour, the first time a I grange ,hs acquired tMs dis. tin, lion during the 1965 tours. Pm,ona lectm'er Mbel John- I st on announved the zmxt fel-i towship tour will be hed n the: Trta,gle Grange Imll Mah 23 at 8 p. m. TrlanRle will be the host. Mclntosh will do the floor work and Waverly Grange will put on the pro- vam. Kentucky wifl be the loored state. Judging At E. Spokane 1VAry Jane Hankel anun- e d a correction about Where the Pomona judging for cl)th- ing will be held. I.t w be held in the East Spokane grange lal April 24 at 9 a. m. and not in the Trentwood hail Mrs. Hankel is Pom(ma home econ- omics eh :a'm There were 11 Windsor Grange members present. Paradise Prairie By Lana Evans GRANGE VISITATION Priday evening, MarCh 5, Pa,adise Grange held a visi`ta- tion meetirrg. Eighteen grang- es were represented, with a: total .of 152 atten.dmg. Plaza  G,vange put on the program and Spangle the oor work. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shaf we .anmng the many long-time members who atten.ded. The Shoafs are charter members of Paradise Gmnge, establi,ahed in 1928. 4-H MEETING HELD At the 1Viarch meeting of the Prairie Prancers 4-H horse club, plans were made fr the club's horse ,Show to he he,ldl May 29 at Arndt's Hillcres Sta-] bles. ] E'atex baskets filled with eady and surprises will be made for the residents at Bri- d lewood Sanitarium. Demonstrations were given by Theresa Smith .on "Junior Leadership," by Lynn Carlson on "Halter Breaking Your !Foal," Vicki Dalton on "Diseas- es of Ihorses," and Lane Evans on "Heredity." A new member, !Judy Spear, was added to the 21 present. Mrs. Ed West fur- n,iShed a surprise birthday cake in hormr of Larry West's birth- day. Theresa Smith was hos- tess to the group at her home. Vicki Dlton will be hostess for the April meeting at her hme on, Taylor load, Tues- day evenirg, April 6. "EASTER BUNNY" ARRIVES EARLY Ed West :has been busy building a pen for the latest arrivM--a beautiful, white rob- bit wlo "needed a good home in the country." Eldn FJngel was the donoer and Leslie West ts a most ,happy recipieqt. FEED WELL ATTENDED The Bryce Arndts anti the toy Dalton attended a spa- ghetti Feed Sunday eveng ,at i Among those attending were lary and Emery Hewon, Adel- akie Larsen, Irma Stagier, Le- ona Wider, orence,,, Shililam, Carolyn Parshl, Myrtle Er. gtmtt and Master DMe Guest. Spa,ngle, had 23 membews pes- ent, Plaza 25 arid Paradise 22. Pomorm youth clrimm Bob CJu anourtced a youth jam- boree Oct. 1 in the Moran Grange .hall 'at 8 p. m. Windsor Met March 3 Wind.ser Orangers head a meeting las Wednesday with 23 in tt. A tack super preceded the meeting. D ad Locldmwt yeas voted on and ,giv in the first and sec- ond deree. Carolyn Parshall, lecturer, appointed Irma Sta, a- gier and Adelaide lrsen on her committee to help in- struct new officers in `the rit- u'.atisti work. Win6sr w}[l have charge of the floor work at ,a fellowslp tour in Seveem. ber. Master Date Guest, assist. ed by Irma Stragier, led the afficers in drll practice. The leetwor asked all Who /mve pic- tures of Windsor range mem- bers and about the  to ,loan them to ,her for a cal scrap book. The youth ehairmn re- pored more youths are need- ed for he Alfaa drill team wch meets in the Morar Grange hall each Sury af- terrmon for practice. There be no card party at Wind- sot in March due to the antique auction moving in (m the last Sattwdy of the moh. All ,officers were presert ex- cept Dorie Hewson, ceres, who ws at the lmspital with .her son Risky who lind major sur- gery on Tuesd, and Irea Olson, Flora, who vs recov- ering from the flu. Leoa Wid- nor will be the delegate to the stae grange convention m s- co June 6 through 11. A birthday su party was hem for Christ n recently at ,his home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Roslm, Mr. and Mm. Fred B}atwt, Mr. and s. Floyd Sfler, Jim Cass, 1Vr. and Mrs. Jack Eagle, rea Mumk, Anna Brinkm'an, Marie Wer, Gertrade Benway and Mr. ami Mrs. Chris Hnsen and Alvina Keern. Mrs. RoSa Van Cleave has moved to Wesffiv, Ore., to live aml be rear ,her children. Sack Flowers is eeling much better and tins gained seven peund since gig t,o /rizo- ra n Janua for IRs healt0h by doctor's orders. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wallace visited Mr. and Mrs. Prod JOhnson in Sp.ague t Tues- day. Grangers are busy with card parties. OPtmrtuity had 17 tables ha play ,at CarnaUma hall Momlay and Sunset G, 18 ables ,at the Daigotd hostes room. East Spokane had 22 .tables last Saturday evening. Going to the Bast Sp0- kane card party were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie abby, Merel Han- num, Irma Straer arid Vallie! Woodlmrst. Mrs. Clara Vandewahl is eorvalesein'g ,at lome after a few days in the hospital. Ma'. and Mrs. loy Bertayi were on the coast last week- end vsitirrg rehtives. the Inar,d Power and Light' club rooms for the benefR of the Doberman Pinscher cub of Spokane. Many Cheney rea residents will remember the entertaining program the club presented last year at the high school, between .baNes at a bas- ketball game. BIRTHDAY DINNER .Ms. Ed Bloomqut was fet- ed at a birthday din rmr MarCh 5 by hr son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Curt B1.oomqttst of Sp,okarze. WEA DELEGATE-ELECTED Pt the Morday evening Lib- erty Education Ass'n meetm,g, Mrs. Clarence Ross was elect- ed as a delegate to the state meetirg of the Washington Ed- ucation Ass'n, ,to be hold in Ta- coma April 9 and 10. Mrs. Ed West was a busy member of the inand Empire Colie club, col}coting rummage for the club's sale in Spokane last Monday. Mrs. Chren, ce Ross' brother, John Gardner of Tiook, Ore., as a visitor at the Ross residence }ast week. They vis- ited a day with their family in Pin,ohurst, Idaho.. Mr. ,and Mrs. 5(hn Kirk of Mead were Sunday guests of Mr. ,and rs. Robert Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. Lessig and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bmatten were alo visitors of the Kirks last week. Mr. arid Mrs. E. F. Prekoo of Yakima caBed on the Eu- gene Adams amil: y last week. Wilbur Wasenmier was call- ed to Chewel,ah ,on business the past week. Their son Jim ws tmme ,from Upper Columbia Academy ,over the weekend. Mr. Caslew of Portland spent' two days with `the Wasenmil- lets. Sandra Shelton was a week- end guest of Carol B}aylck of Cheney. Guests at the Sheltmal lome were Mr. and Mrs. PM-i m er Hornbuckie of Rote 3 and Mr. ,and Mrs. Don Hendx of: Spokane. Mrs. Shelton's par- ents, Mr. and Ms. Otto Walz, will be home soon from Ash- ley, N. D., where they spet the winter, i Mrs. Ed West and Russel,1, Steve, and Les&ie, atte,d_ed a ano recital of Mrs. Toy s stu-] dents in Spokane ast week. l About 18 students participated Russetl among them. 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