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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, March 19, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway RELIEF MAN NAMED Fred Wise has been named a relief mail on the Medical Lake police force. Wise, who s a school bus driver, will be on duty when the two present officers :have their days off. The police car will nosy .be in touch at I times wLth the sheriff's ,office, with the instal- lotion of their own loyal radio band. 18 FIRST AIDERS PASS THEIR TESTS Eighteen members off the first ,aid class passed the stan- dard .course arid ,on Tuesd,ay will begin the ,advanced class, which will :run three or four weeks. FUN NIGHT SLATED The Medical Lake Education Ass'n will hold a po,tluck di'm nor at 6:30, Marc,h 19 at Lake- land Village. Lakeliand to,ochers will be hosts for the fun nig'ht, centered around a circus theme. HOT LUNCH MENU Mortd:ay -- Pronto pups, sauerkraut or borcceli, baked beans, ice cream and milk. Tuesday -- Cream of pota- to soup, cheese sandwiches, celery sticks, cookies, fruit and milk. Wednesday  Chili beans, c0rbrad and butte, jello vegetable salad, apple sections and milk. Thursday -- got roast beef sandwiches with bee gravy, I diced beets, tapioca udding a:rd milk. Friday -- riled Cheese sartdciches, macaroni sMad, whole kernel corn, apple crunch and milk. COOKS ELECT The Medi,oal Lake-Cheney Cooks Ass'n met at Winds(r sclmol brary d etected as president, Lerrm IMteman, presklent-elect, Lila Swtson, secretary-greasmr, Jean Me. liRan, and reporter, Doax)Ch Kkuk. A totter was zxad from the ,fomnev president, Re- mary Parks. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Queen caadidates ave cantin- uirg eir ticket sales for the emmival to be eld March 26. The soplmmore dance, "The ," 20%" wts Ikwain , wl attend- ed  week. Groups itrested in spon- soring a conestart f>r Medical bake comnmnity queen for the Lilac Festival s:hould get in !touch with Mr. Van Mre at ih.e high school. An assembly was hem on Wednesday with O. G. Fitzger- ald performing ,as a memory expert. On Thursday the debate team traveled to Lind for a two o'clock match. The Medical Lake summer baseball officers and board members will meet at 7:30 on Thursday at the high school. JOB'S DAUGHTERS AT STAR SESSION The Job's Daughters m,e on Monffay evening with the East- ern Star to give the obligation and to open and cDse the cere- mony. Karen Tankin is the honored queen. At their regular meeting Thursday they honored Grand (aardian Mrs. Doris Gurney of SeatUle, Harold Craig, past su- preme gu,ard, Mrs. Lula Lyda and Walter Martin and Tommy Williams, past associate grand guards. AWARDS PRESENTED AT SPORTS BANQUET A fll house turned out for the winter sports banquet put on by Mrs. Rehn and the Pep club members. Mr. Van Matre was master o,f ceremonies with the ,administration officials giv-! ing the awards. asketball awards were given o junior Varsity, rohman `arid varsity pl, ayers. In varsity ball Don Kukuk was given the Most Improved Player award. Indi-! vidtml coaptain awards went to Mar Agnew and Bob Bell In- spirational award to Beb Bell, Mast Vau`able Phyer, Mar Ag- new, aid "Mr. Cardinal," Mar Agnew. Cheer Leaders, G. A. A. ,and Pep club members were also mertioned. Doug Olmslead was given the most outstanding wrestler award. "Mr. Hustle" and Cap- tain awrd went to Jim Emer- so.n and the most hnproved wrestler award to Craig Grub. TRACK TURNOUT REPORTED GOOD i There are 22 students turn- in,g ,out for track u.Ider COach i Smitll,ters. They ,are 'headed by holdovev lettezanen Mike Shanlel, Carl Lggins, Fed Perkiz and Toby Mayfield. Their fir meet will be at home with Liberty and Free- inaa on March 31. A relay will Medical Lake- 1955 FunerM services were eld arch 5 fro" Albert Wise, veger- an of the first world war ad a esldent of Medical Lake for 55 yeats. Services were hed at Hazen & $aeger, Spokmae, with interment 'rat Farment memr. iM park. The ,cast for the junirsen- ow ihigh sehgl inctldes: Diane Wynia, J`aek Rene.er, Janice Aclerman, &hn Shaw, tkmie MeKown, Ehirm Irwin, Mar- lone Sims, Jo Arm Secerd, War- mm Oogswel,1, Ionmrd Gritfifda, Jelwy Hacldey and Fritz @il- broth. lVI.s. aek Larson received v0vd of the death in HrtMulu off Ms. EIsie A. Atz Feb. 25. sos BObby and Eugene Wi nmke thei home with Mrs. Kay Hud,ps, a nt. George Schltz 0 Slkane visited 'his une2e George Ditt- beamr over the weekend. JOhn Ferzel and son John- ny ,of Seattle were weeelmd guetss of ,h sister Mrs. Clara Wise ,and family. Medical Lake  1945 Mas. Hertning was elected predent of the PNG club ,at tbs last meetn,g. Mrs. Wilkes va chosen vice presi&et, Mrs. ttmood secreffary and Mrs. C4asgow treasurer. r. and Mrs. Gege Dela- baffu'e and son visited at the Paul Deh, baare home in Ohe- re Sunday. Mrry Fhey, who has been employed at Boro Oaf., the past several, m_nths, was caned to is home ,tme due to *he il'hess ,of kis daugh- ter Mary Lou. Mrs. Fritz GRbreth of Seat- tM spent the weelcend in Medical Lake packirtg their furniture vkich they ave ship- pg to Seattle. The Gilbeths recently purchased a house there. Pfc. Bill Baldwin, who ,has beor .stationed in Panama the tast 10 nmnths, is sperding a 15 day furlough with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. BaM- win. Sunday dinner guests off Mrs. Edith Wilkes were Mrs. Edith O'Brian of Seattle, Mr. .arid Mrs. Iarry Wilkes and Worth Eusfler. Medical Lake  1936 Ne Olson rowly esCap- ed ;having his car stolen early i Friday morning where he was ]awakened by he barMItg of his dog ,and fotmd `a man in his garage trying to start the ca. Arlthouh the woid-be thief escaped for the time being, he was tater apprahended i Spo- kane. In the tm election Tuesday J. F. Goldback d,efe`ated Q. J. LeFere 71 to 37; eected as two year cuncilmen we I. M. H, ardtag 85 votes, W. A. Bald- win 59 and Louis Golbaek 69. For the one year term L. R. Anderson was elected w 91 i votes. Clyde Jerue was elected lover Shll Vaugnn to  the unexpired term off R. L. S0h- or. The body of Joh Mooe, `a patient at the h, opstal, was found in the Lake Saturday ,M- terrtoon by ack FotheriU. The body had been in the ake or ,about six weeks. With the staxting of con, stctioa off five new budings at the two state institutiens here ,at a cost of $587,000, tmsi- rmss ,eoditiOltS in Medical Lake are on the eve of one of the greatest booms n the town's history. All `avaable livin quarters are already occupied with the wrk barely trader- way. It is estimgted that nearly 1000 men  be worldng for sevl months. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Black- ford :have purchased the m`a,ll house formerly owned by W. E. Wood. Mr. Blackford bought the property from Harl Glas- gow who `acquired it a short time ago. be held on April 3 at Rogers high seho, ol with 25 teams par- ticipating. PERSONALS The Couples Fellowship group of the Commun,ity church wll meet Friday at 6:30 to skate at Five Mile for several hours. Refreshments will be served at the John South home. Twilight circle will meet on zrch 23 ,at the home off Madge Johnson with Marllyn Cook giv- ing the program. Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer and Peggy Dokken of Cheney attended the Monday potluck lun,ch for past matrons and patrons of Eas,tera Star of 1958 ,at the home of Mildred Disney in Spokane. rs. Robert Pederson and ehidren of Fairchild visited SunSay with the Palmers and the Ezra Potters. Royal Arch Masons will meet on Tuesday, March 23, at the IOOF hall here. Martin King is high priest. The Spokane county council of PTA will meet on March 23 at Deer Park. Paul Sather, Roberta and Linda Pruitt drove to Seattle for the weekend wth Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hanson and Mr..and Mrs. Tony Sather. Lt. and Mrs. James Johnson arid Kathleen left Friffay to dive to Rollins, Wyo., where Mrs. Johnson and haby will visit her mother whie Lt. John- son will attend `a Texas safey school connected with the air n`ational guard. Mr. `and Mrs. Don Stites drove to Salem for  few days to visit with the: Max McCart- neys. Mr. ,and Mrs. Walter Klug artd Steve ,attended the dedica- tion and opeco2 he,use ,at Al,ha Omieron Pi sorority hose in Pullman. Their daughter Judy is a member. On Saturday eve- ni ng they dove to LewLon to spend the night with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Craig. Mr. nd Mrs. John McKon visited Friday evening with their sn, and family in Spo- lane. RouMd McKown had ton- sil surgery Last week. Week- ed visitors at the McKwns were Mr. ,and Mrs. John He,p- er of Spokane. Mrs. Monte Moore came ,home from Sacred Hea n Saturday but ,had to eturn Sunday. Her daughfer, Mrs. Norma Doering of Prescott, is with ,her. The Gerald Fines and Opal Kuher ,returned Wednesday after spending same time with Mr. and Mrs. George Fine in Bradyville, Iowa. Mr. Fine is very ikl. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fine, Dawn and Dehbie at Neosho, Me. The Alvia Whitneys, w;ho a,o made the trip, returned Tm, sday. All seven of the Fine children were with their parents. lrs. Fu}ler spent the week- end at Kelso with Mrs. E. A. Rogers. They ,attended the wed- ding in CathLameg of Sylvia Blix and Morton Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Ab Glffith ac- com, panied Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shearer to their home at Para- mount, Ca., for a vacation. They left Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hdy `and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jhn] Becker, attertded the .Eastern I u.ake breakfast n Ohe- Mrs. Ed on was a guest i of her daughter, Mrs. ,r Dave! Henry, at ,a friendsp tea of' the, American Bess Wom-I an s Ass'n Sunday at the Fran-i ces Lester Irm. Later she and] Mr., Mahon were dinner guests] oil the Dave Hemhs.to,- Mr. and M_rs. Neff Parks and family of Enterprise, Ore., were weekend guests at the A. L. PRlard lmme. Sunday din. nor guests were. the Bill Paxks, i Gary Tutfle of, Spolane and Daisy nvis. Mrs. Jessie CAark is `home: after spending two weeks at Santa Barbara, Calif., were er ,father, Roy Keene, was seriousl ill in the ,hospitM. He Is itow at the home of Del Keene. Mrs. Keelm has also )een ffi but is improved. Mr. ,and s. Robert Lee were amorg those helping Mr. `a,d Mrs. Richard Make erie- ,brUte Mrs. Manke's birthday Saturday evening. They en- i,oyed the mergasbord and en- tertainment t the FAks eub. Claude Mce eelelmated his birthday .on Sunday with a family dilmer that inuded Mrs. Art Tryan `and Susmr of Trentwood, Mr. and Mrs., Don Mace aId ehildren of Sand- point, Mrs. Mary McFarling altd Tami ,and Ed Fieidcamp of Spokane. Mr. ,and Mrs. Win'am Dtmfee ,attended ,a worthy matrons and patrons of 1965 eeeptio at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. U,hugh Hart a,t Spangle. Roy. and Mrs. Billups `attend- ed `a Moltd`ay meeting of minis- tevs `at Westminister church in SpoLane. Florabelle Dobbins and Vir- Easlfheney By Anna Phillips Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Brown were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Spn!cer of Careyood, Idaho. James Hos- .ack, a grandson o,f .the Browns, was their Sunday breakfast guest. The visit was brief as James is in the service. Mrs. Harry Hampton left for Iooskia, Idaho, last Sunday to uttend a friend's funeral. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. We s, ter- man of Othell.o were recent! visitors of MPs. Credo Kelly and Frank Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Shaw, Ron'nie and Wayne of Little Falls weTe last Sunday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. George Stvoup made a trip to Benge to visit Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Norris. Mr. Norris is her .brother. Mrs. Otto Schmitt was a lun- cheon guest of Mr. and Mrs. oe Labish and family hst Sun- day and all attended the Ros- ary film at the Pix theater in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reitmeier and Mrs. Susie Piersol called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phil- lips and Johnny last Sunday. Mrs. Piersol remained for sup- ]per. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baird of Spokane were aftern,oon vis- itors. [ East Cheney h,ad six tables [of pinochle last Saturday eve- t nirg. Winners were Muriel Cree high, Anna Phillips low, Don MacQuarrie high, Carl Ru- dolf low, June Labish traveng prize, ,and G,arnett Boots door prize. Mr. ahd Mrs. Joe Labish and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phil- lips served refreshment. The next ,and last card party is on March 27. East Cheney wiR serve potluck lunch ,after the party. At the grange mee,tin this Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tha,ms will slm pictures of their trip to Florida after the meeting. Every. one wel- come. Lunch will be served. gie Carl took part in the Sane- ttmry ,choir in a concert at the Christian church in. Cheney Sun4ay. Mr. and Mrs. Milto Kukuk arid family 4rove to Davenport on Sunday to sped the day with the Otto an Buren fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dob- bins ,and Mr. ,and Mrs. Larry. Morse attended the ,cormert at the Christian Church in Ceney on Stmday. lr. and Mrs. Frank Baker spent three flays Last week at Moses Lake visiting with Mr. and Mrs. James Sp}edel and other relatives. AG CAR HERE--Group of Spokane county CowBelles attended beef promotion program in Cheney on Union Pacific's agricultural im- prcvem.nt car. They heard talk by Mrs. Van- ira Gimlin (left, foregr.und), beef education chairman of American National CowBelles, from Waterville. With shown Mrs. R. T. Hop field, president of county had special' luncheon in ing car, Me J. J. SCHIFFNER Paulsen Bldg. pokane, Waah. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION No. 177321 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. Mercantile Protective Bureau. Inc., a corporation Plaintiff vs, Sonia Kallen Defendant. State of Washington to the said Sofia Kaller, Defendant : You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this Summons to wit: within sixty (60) days after the 12th day of March, 1965, and defend the above-entitled action in the above ertitled court, and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upor the undersigned at- torney at his office below stated; and in case of your failure to do co, judg- ment will be rendered against you ac- cording to the demand of the Complaint, which has beet) filed with the above named court. That the cause of action herein is for the recovery upon the assigned claims of Win. B. Bartz in the amount of $360.00 for services and the Gran Broad- castit)g Company in the amount of $52.50 for advertising. That a Writ of Attachment was issued out of the above entitled court in which the real property of the said Defendang was attached and jurisdictior has been obtained by way of this attachmert upon the following described property: W. 15 feet of lot 5 all of lot 6 easterly 1 foot of lot 7 B1ovk 5 Rockwood View Addition City of Spokane. County of Spokane, State of "Washington. J. J. Schiffner, Attorney for Plaits- tiff Post Office Address: Paulsen Bldg.. Spokane. Washinghm Date of first publication. March 12, 1965. (March 12-A!)ril 16) ORDINANCE NO. 316 An Ordinance authorizing the Town Council of the Town of Medical Lake to exchange Lots 1, 2, 7 and 8 it* Block 10. Resurvey and Correction of Medical Lake, Spokane County, Washington for[ Lots 1 to 10, both inclusive, in Block 28, Hallett and LeFevre's Additica* to the Town of Medical Lake, Spokane County, Washington, and providing for the effective date hereof. Whereas, The Town of Medcial Lake iS cuITently the owner of Lots 1, 2, 7 and 8 in Block 10, Resurvey and Cor- rection of Medical Lake, Spokane County, Washington, which property is pre ently devoted to use as a playground, and Whereas. responsible parties have pro- posed to the Town of Medleal Lake to xeha)ge said roperty now owned by the To.wn for Lots 1 to 10, both in- clusive, in Block 28, nallett and Le- Fevre's Additior to the Town of Medi- cal Lake, Spokane County, Washington, and Vv"hereas, the Town Council of the Town of Medical Lake finds that it would be for the benefit of the Towr to accomplish such exchange, now, there- fore, Be it Ordained of the Town of The Town by authoriz( to, owned by the to-wit: Lots 1, 2, Resurvey and Slmkar, e County, 1 to 10, both Hallett and Town of Medical Washington. The above in the best benefit of the Such exchange terms and Cottncil may by With the ell the Mayor and make, execute cortracts and/or necessary to convey in exchange. 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