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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, March 13, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Community Honors M-L Medical Lake&apos;s basketball squad and Coach Kelt Mathi- son were escorted home by fie truck, poce car mad am- buiartee to a reception in eir herder at the school Moaday afterrroon. They were met at Lakeland and taken into town to be greeted by grade shool and high .school stttdeats, teachers, parents and towaas- people. The wnspeople banded together o bring the lasketball game broadcasts by radiD. The .fi,rst two games, with Blaine ,and Bainbridge, we're broadcast over AM radio and the two evening games, with Goidendale and Elma, were heard over FM radio by large crowds at the high school. Ma,y students and oth- zrs attended the tmaamameaat games ;at Tacoma. They fJJ1ed ALL STATERS---Gary Glasgow, Jim Hillbrick and Bob Marsalis, (left to right, front row) hold second place trophy Medical Lake basketball squad earned at Washington State Class A Basketball tournament last week at Tacoma. Glasgow, Hill- brick and Marsalis all earned All State berths. In back row are Jim Wiess, John Brewer, Larry Tarrant. oae de of the .gyammum for 2he 'games. One of he a'n- stemmers wondered, "jtmt who was tending he stoves in Meal- ica'l Lake." He tlmaglR every- one must hae ,been over there. BANQUET PLANNED The Medical Lake Chamber of Commerce and auxiliary witi hold a potluck banquet Saturdey at 6:30 p. m. in honor of the Cardinals. The event is planned at the higk school gymnasium. A film and sound tape of the champion. ship game at Tacoma will highlight th evening. Every- one is welcome and all are ...... asked to bring food and table serv!e. Results of Games in the first gme he Car- dias won over BMine 77-59. Allen Gilbreh llyed aa ex- ceptional bckbord a.nd de- fensive game. All ,of the sec- arid sbrirg iayed in the las,t attrter. Brewer r:,plaeed GIagcv, l-. scored 29 F)ints. Others scoring were Maralfs 19, Jim Hi, brick 13, I_rry Tar- rant 12, Gilbreth 3 and Bell 2. Thursday acterrmon's game brought defeat to Binbridge as Medical Lake won 65-51. Jim Hiltbrick made oed all 9 of his free flu'ows to chalk [up 21 points. Gary G]asgaw [had 20, Dab Marsalls 14, Larry [Tarrrt 6, Allan Gibeth, [Rocky Draper and Bob Bell each had 1. The Uardirm, ls ot to Elma ,on Satin-daTe everrg, 75-66, to come in second in the seven,th WaShingten Class A High School Tournament. Glasgow finished with 25 points, Mar- salia with 20, Hillrick ,had 19 and Tarrant had 2. THE BIG THREE--Medical Lake's three All State basketball players are seen in action in this picture taken during regular season game played in Cheney. Left to right, in dark uniforms, are Bob Marsalis (33), Gary Glasgow (55) and Jim Hillbrick (53). Cardinals were Mr. ad Mrs. George Messinger and Edna, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shear, Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Theocore Grub of Palouse, r. and Mrs. Fred Grub .of Pullman and the Fred Grubs .of Four Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Jaanes Spiedel and Miehele ,and Linda Mc- Quire of Moses Lake were, weekend visitors at the Frank i Baker home. Mrs. Ola Baker, also of Moses Lake, spent a week with the Bake. Lyle Fuson, a student at Washirtgton State Dnive,mJty, has returned to his hone in Medical Lake because of ill- ness. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wolfe of Deer Park were Saturday eve- ning visitors at the loy Butts home. lark Cole spert the week- end in Seattle atteaa,ding the boat show. At presea-at he is in Brian, Te.,as, on business. AT THE CHURCHES Lenten study gru,p of St. Timothy's Episcopal church !met on Wednesday at the home of Pearl King. Ladies Aid of lhe Commun- ity Church wil/meet on March 18 ,at the home of Mrs. Huff. This was postponed, as Mrs. Huff had been ill. The combined aftelm.oon and evening civeles of St. John's Lutheran church will have ,a potluck supper for fam- ilies ad ierested persons on Mortday evening at 6:30 in the city hail. All farni]h ave to bring tl'm" own table service. A program on New uirma is pl'urmed wih a filmstrip to be shown: A Short business meet. ing will follow. PERSONAL MENTIONS Visiing witch he Irvin l m- tmfs last week were Amanda Albers, lnTA1 McLain arid Jack Campbetl of Davit. Mrs. Ior Peaaxse arid Bil- lde Jean Maoe wre weekend visitnrs t the home of Lilty Mayors in Pdhtad. They as1 visited relatives at Eugene, Ore. Miss Sharon Oriffth of Che- San visited }ast weekend with Lillyy Shade ,rtd D SSnes. Mrs. Sharon CboR and children of Pomona, Calif., who is vi'siing in the area, was The Cardinals atever did BATES NOT PRESENT lose their lead m ,the GoMen- Gary tates' name was called dale-Medic00l Lake game on J on Satiny 00t00.oo00.00or F,rday eveatrg. Scoring were aplecm.uon a arawng ut ittbriek 16, Marsals 18, Glas-Ine was no presem. onso- gow 9, and Gibre and Tar- I tion 'Prizes of $2 in trade were rant, each -M 5, for a seore lg ivan to Harold Reeves, Jay of 53-40. The alStte am in-I Wd aaxi D. Meyer. Be ,_tl,e clud, ed three , .Masal. I next Salm.rday at  o clek is, FIiitbvick nd Glasgow. to lmare your name drawn. H. W. Wilkes was in clmaxe last Saturday. Medical Lake Appli- rme helped. a Sunday droner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ab Griffith. Seaman and Mrs. Jack Alvis of Sattle ,and Dog Sonaebrn were weekend visitors of lhe Ed Soneborns. Mrs. Patack CaMlan le./t for Eapid City, S. D., to visit wi,th hex husbawd. Mr. ,d Mrs. M. F. Grub of Salem, Ore., ,arrived on Wed- nesday ,at the rub home to visit until Sunday. While ,here the Grubs and Ms. Ellory en- tertained in hoaor of Carl be- ing taken into the Masons. Guests on Saturchy evening HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- Spaghetti, let- tuce wedge with 1000 I' ,stand dressing, hot .French bread and butter, pears ,and mlk. Tuesday -- Bttrger and green ,bean casserole, tossed green salad, bread and bu*ter, pears and milk. Wednesday--Old fashi(med beef stew, cottage cheese, hot roils and butter, jelao and milk. Thursday -- Tomato and rice soup with crackers, egg I sal, ad sandwiches, celeTy sticks, ,apricots and milk Friday--Fish sticks, tartar ,sauce, baked pato, buttered i spinach, ginger bread and whipped cream and milk IN PLU PLAY Gwen M. Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Jack- son of Medical Lake, has been selected for a role in the Pa- cific Lutheran University "Children's Theatre" produc- tion of "Sleeping Beauty." The presentation will epea a seven-perfermance run on March 12. Gwen, a freshman a.t PLU, will play the lart of Fryta*nia. CHEER LEADERS HAVE TRIP Cheer lieaders arid song leaders, chaparoned by Mrs. Frances Stirnson and accom- panied by M,r. Van Metre and Mr. Pete Nilles, acte,ded the totwrmment at Tacoma to cheer their ,team. On Sunday they drove to Seattle o visit the World's Fair geounds and to ride the Space Needle. They returned home on Sunday eve- in,g. SOCIAL STUDIES GROUP MEETS The newly ogized Social studies curriculum project met on Tuesdayy at 4 t .the Bair school. Dr. Cqmade Nictls of Eastern was the slaker. SADIE HAWKINS DANCE The Girls tMefic soca- tion will sponsor Rs annl Sadie Hawkins dance n the grade school mulU.purveae room tomgh (ay) from 7:30 until 11:30. SPORTS BANQUET The sports banquet for bas- ketball and wrestli"ng will be held at the hin sdmol at 6:30 a.n March 19. This event is tared bY the Pep Club. rs. S,arron Jamison is the advisor. Denton Wins Mayor Race Allan E. Denton captured the m,ayr's seat in Medical Lake's mu, ncipal election Tuesday, defeating Marshall W. We,bb 248 votes to 165. City Council race results were: Keith Gear, 240 votes, and Louis Staten, 163, posi- tion No. 1; Francis L. L1ewel- lyn, 220, arid R. G. Wcather- i.ll, 177, position No. 2, and Gerald Brown, 244, and Stan Sloan (write-in), 142, posi,tion No. 3. EASTERN STAR OFFICERS Loyal C.'ha:pter, Order of Eastern Star, wi}l hold publici installation ,o,f ,officers at 8 p. ! m. this Saturday at the Odd Fellows HI1 in Medc!al Lake. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Dur- WILLIAM L. DURFEE MRS. WILLIAM L. DURFEE fee will be intalled as .worthy maroaa  ihy pton. The morgasord ,ld Sat- ur4ay everfin, g was a huge suc- cess, being attended by some 300 persons. A,n electric clock was won by Mrs. ,Floyd Lehra- has. Bookends were won by Mr. Van Brunt of Cheney. JUNIOR CLASS PLAY The junior class play, "The Nine Girls," wi be presented on March 20 and 21. SHOTS AVAILABLE Salk polio vaccine and other inocu}afions wi be 'available Wednesday at the Medical Lake pro-school center in the elementary school a,t 10 a. m. FROM THE PAST 00pan01a News By Katherine Hol|oway GRANGE ACTIVITIES The Cheney Grange Supply met on Wednesday evening at the grange lali with 35 pres- ent. Esparml,a people winning prizes wre Bill Kulm and Mr. and Mrs. Schiewe. Lun, eh was served by the women of the grange. Visitation will be hed ths evening (Friday) a.t the hal with Nine Mile grange doing the fl,oor work. Moran will pre- sent a program. All local mem- bers are asked to bring jello for the lunch. The Espa,n,oia loane ec.on- omics club wil meet on March! 18 at the home of Mabel Sh(af with Luella Kthn as co-hos- tess. For roll call, members are ,asked to wear comical Easter hats. BEATTIES RETURN The Claude BeatUes return- ed last week from a,n extea- I sive trip taking them to Wood- land, CalLf., o visit with the Fred Po,pe family, Mrs. Jessie VCest, Kelth ,aI}d Ray McFar- la, ne and to see Sutton Fort in Sacramento. In Van,eoaver .they visited with the Waiter Beaties and n Seatle with Mrs. Ruby Olson :arid family and with the Burt Rickters. Satur- day visitors at the Beatties her daughter, Jeaa. Pesen were members of Joma's Sun- 4ay school c'lass as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Momad Elde, Marjerie Young, Mary Lou Findlay, Betty An,n Mcon, Eva Radan'ovski and LaiTy Larson. 1954 Sheldon apghn, Lyle Fu- son arid John Kimmell were elected counll,en for the two-year term. Ralph Tyson was elected president of the Past Noble rands. Others elected were G]adys Sh, ubert, vice president; Fleta Dertan, secretary and Ol,le Hemaing, trasurer. Eva Hines was elected wor- thy matron of Loyal clvapn', O. E. S., Ezra Poer was lect- ed worthy patron; MMred Chitwood, assisnt matron, Ace Chitood, ,assistm pt- ton; Madeine Ceyrmy, con- dimtress; Rtth Trainer, assist- ant eond.uctress; .Ma,ude Pill- ard, secretary and Verna Foth- ergill, treasurer. Mrs. A. A. Anderson, Mrs. Roy But*s, Mrs. lartk S?mw, Mrs. Ed Sotmebovn and Mrs. WiUin Qumn attended the World Day ,of Prayer at West. minster CongregatoM church in Spokane. were Mr. ad Mrs. Iob McDow- ells. PERSONAL MENTIONS Weekend visitors at the home of MinCe and Dave Pet- arson were Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Simorts ,of T,onasket. The Loyd Knapps j'oined them for dinner on Stmday evening. Tuesday visitors a!t the Loyd Krapp home we,re Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Grimes of New- port, who were en route home after a five week trip thee*ugh the southern part o,f the west- erl states. Mr. and Mrs. Os,ear Rest- meier spert the most of last week at the tourrrament in Ta- coma. They also visited in Bel- levue with the Carev_ce Hurn- la family ,and a.t ttel with the Larry Henrys. Also attending the tourna- merrt were the Loren V(m Lehes and family, Linldo Yon I,ehe and Gord'on Hod,gson, Lyle and Larry. Aceom, panyirg the Jack C ogswells and $nice to the tournament were the Miles Brenemans a,nd Dale of Medi- cale Lake. On Sundew they visited the Ralph Heins in Seattle. The Met Arnold,s visited at the home ,of the Dave Caudi]ls in Spokane on Surday. Terry Jud of O,pportmaity was ,a weekend vistor o,f his grardmoOher, Mrs. Lula Til- sen. On Sunday Sharron Jud ,arid Jerry Delhnghausea of FairChild were dinner guests. On Frid'ay Micky Mbriarty and Patty were visitors a the home r0f Sharvon Cgswe in Spola,ne. Bill and Terry Hoar- nor were Friday evening vis- itors at the urday the the Linv0n where Mickey smal .dog, which pl, a,ce in its class. day afternoon the home of Dan remained to night. Saturday nigh guests were Pehalluricks .of Monay eveng the Don Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Pomea.oy were .ors at the A1 Bob attended the ucation mee*ings yaCh hotel. Friday visitors of ,Carl Jhnson,s Strioff ,of Ap,pel and Ann ical La, ke. Cao Strieff was itor at the h'ome fridge on Friday. Jack Perdmlluriek Lake were. guests, ,han,erng ,f Frank Amanda Albca'ts McLain atterded bord Saturday thn visited with Irvin Imhoff mad On Thursdlay celebrated his with dinner at home with the D,0 and Da, n ,as gues,. day the McGou,rir aCterded the kane of a friend. nor ,guests were boris, Dan, .and of Oheney. THANK YOU... On behalf of KZUN AM-FM, the and town of Medical Lake, we following individuals and firms ing the tournament games at by radio broadcast: Medical Lake Appliance and TV Ralphs Drugs Harry's Barber Shop Ball & Dodd Funeral Home Brown & Holter Motor Co., "Cheney Pioneer Garage Mannings Supply General Telephone Co. of the Northwest Slick's Car Club Medical Lake Chamber of Commerce Other Individuals Pioneer Union Ser Swigart's George's Barber Smith's Cleaners Brown Insurance Marshall Webb Wilkes Buildi John's Husky Minnick's National Picnic Pines on Keene & Son Hat Freeman Bill' Whitmer Wagon Wheel and Tavern Medical Lake- 1934 W. R. Bartho,lomew and F. Schaffer are serving on jttry duty this week. H. H. Wilson is assessing property in Medical Lake. Mrs. Emma Bartholo:mew is president of the home econ- omics club. Mrs. Fred Fuhrman and Miss Margaret Ac h,,r[er visited in Cheney Saturday. , Mrs. Nels Olsen visited her brother, ttarry Grub, at Ann- cortes last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nieman and children and Mrs. Mary Kvahn of WaRa Walla were weekend guests of Mrs. Heaa- rietta Nieman. Su,nday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hans Nie- man and Ellen Mary. Chester A. Carpenter of Cheney has purchased the five room house and two acres of land .on he East  of Four Lakes from Melvin Jones. Bert Spear was elected to the Four Lakes sehooa board. 1944 Lottie Morffan was elected worthy m.atran of Loyal chap- ter, O. E. S. Other officers are Alma TesCh, associate matron; Guy Fothergill, wohy patron; E. L. Fuller, .associate pateon; Mm'ion Hussey, coaaductress; Ola Lloyd, asciaf0e eoauct. tess; Maud Pilad, secretary and Venta Fhevgill, treasur- er. W. S. Wetboam, USN, arrived home Me,day fter 32 mnths overseas du'ty in the ,Pacific. He was ,at Pem'l I4_bor at the time of .the Japanese attack. He i,s visiti ng .his wife at the home of :h, er parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. BaMwin. H. W. Wilkes, W. W. Bush- nell and Ldd Hursky were elected councilmen for two year terms. Mrs. Jack Larson entertain. ed with a .bia'thday party far n its beginnings, the United States was a "backward" nation--far behind other nations in population, capital, labor, roads, schools, technology and many other things. But our Constitution gave us some- thing that other nations did not have-- a form of government that encouraged people to use their skills, savings and ideas to advance themselves, confident that the rewards they gained could not be arbitrarily taken away. The result has been the finest record of industrial growth and achievement in history. For example, the investor-owned ele(:tr!c vower industry that we're a part of--financed by the savings of of investors--has made us the leading "electric nation." People like you and your sharing in the ownership and ment of their local electric companY, themselves and their communitiea. the more people can do for the stronger America is bound to Isn't it strange that people who the Federal Government should manage this or any industry should! sider their ideas "progressive"F Such ideas would set us of forward along the road that leads to progress! <0000THE WASHINGTON WATER Electric and Natural Gas Service ---- dill. ram,,-