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Page6 Cheney Free Press Friday, March 20, 1964 Medical lake News By Katherine Holloway PROJECT STARTED--Members of the Medical Lake intensive social studies and planning protect committee pose after meet- ing. Group will give direction and establish plans for the fu- ture. (See story for identification). PROJECT IS LAUNCHED Dr. Chester Ba, bcock, assis- ta state su,perirtenxlent of schools in charge of curricu- lum arid irmtruction, met wifin he entire staff of the Medical Lake schools to help them launch into an intens{ve social tudies evauation and plan, ing project. Directing the program wil,l be Dr. William Dr_mnmrd, professor of edu- cation ,at Eastern Wasngton State College. CAsHes Van Stone has been selected as the district chairman 'and Ket tathion is vice cmirman. A comnttee of teachers, repre- senting all grade ,levels m fine distr.ct, wilt, act as a body to give direction a.rd establish pans for the future. To broad. en the .scope of the social stud- ies projoet, a group of EWSC professors have been engaged to lak to the aseanbly, hTe first speaker ca 'Ma. h 10 was Dr. 'mde Nichols, asistant professor of ,. The next meeting will be eld t the high school on Mm-eh 24 at 4 p. m. wi'th Dr. Earl Stewart speaking on soci, ollogy and an- tlmapoogy. T,e public is in- vid to .aeend. In picre of -oup of the Medical Lake  are: Joh Bower, grade six at Blair; i__ I the direction of Mrs. Harris, lwas well attended on Friday evening. A Spokane disc jockey vas in charge of the music. Chaperones were Mr. Mathison, Mrs. Harrs, Mr. Brown and Mr. Bates. Today, Friday, electi,o o{ an associated student body ,secretary will be ,held to fill the position left open by Gayle Osterhout, who moved to Seat- tle. Candddates are Helen Brawn, Liz Burton and Sally Stimsan. There will be rto sehoel on March 27, as it is ood Friday. Spring vacation in fine Medical Lake diStrict wl be on April 8, 9and 10. Test week, endirg the third quarter, will be :heLd March 23-26. The Medical Lake education association will thald a fun nig fo members and spous- es .on March 25 at 6:30 with a potluck supper and a program, the .theme being, "Touring of Hawaii." DURFEES HONORED Over 150 guests sgned the guest book lmnoring the instal. tation of Mr. and Mrs. William Durfee at the pulblic ceremon- ies on Saturdas, evenirg at the Dn ale, Medical Lake [Loyal Ohaer of fine Order of High soci studies;i Easrn Star. I,n ch,ge of the Van Matre :high school lguest book were Slmron Bates pmipM;  Johnson, eLe-l,and Shrar0aZ LeMater. Instal- mert t grade etgt; Carroll[ hix, g officers were: matron Yotmgblood, elemen grade Jand patron, Mr.. and ls. Ed- tottr; Grace Thompson, Blair[ward Johnson; m, Il.y grae seven; Harriet Frasure, ] Morgan; clmplain, Lur Pal. grade one; Clmr. ls Van Stone, liner; organist, Eleanor Lure- grade six; Iouise Mazin, kin- ] bar. dexgarten; 1Wahel Austin, Blar I Others honored as newly in- grade two; Kert Ma?h,is0' highlstal,led officers were Mr. and s clmol scial studies; Isa, belle lMrs. Marion Maturing as asso- rowe'll, Blair euvricul, um, and J date matron and patron;! Steve McNair, latr grade five laude Pilard, secretary; Elsie Abseat ws I-Iatwiet Smith af Wvensan, treasurer; Mrs. Alice BIr grade finree. TEAM IS HONORED Around 400 attended the potluck dinner on Strday evening ttorering the besket- bail team and coach. Errol Eglish, predet of fine Chamber of Commerce, spoke and Kent Mathson irtrouced team members. A tape record- hag of the &oldendaeMedieal Lake game was heard and a film of the championship game was hown. On lIonday evemng Mrs. Helen Cyr, IocM barber, hon- ored fine team by g mem- bers to dmer at the Davem port Hotel.  attending were Mr. and lrs. Ke Matin- ison ad Mr. and Mrs. Jim Van Matre. LAST ASSEMBLY TO BE HELD Hinckley, conductress, her as- sociate is Ethel Commings. I'n- st ,ald as chaplain was Emma !Mekkes; marSlml, Emily Per- lain; organt, Gladys G- more; aria, Evelyn King; Ruth, Ameli Tyler; Esther, Millwee Boll'er; ,WIaha, Geraldine Hil. bert. Marion King was installed as seutin, al, Jo Wel, bern as war- der and Edra Hollingshead as electa. Program's were presend by Terri Ann Ableman, Patty Parks and Mary Ellen Malone. Pink lace gowns were warn by those being instat]ed and finey carried pink ad laven- der violet nosegays. Green carnation corsages were pre- sen.ted by the Durfees to the irstalti, ng offices. Matha Col- ville entertained with music. In charge of decorations were Jo Welborn and Elsie S.venson, with fine theme being "Love Is Medical Lake High Scho04 and Ann is a senor of the 1964 class. The young couple left on Wednesday or Chicago where they will make their home while he is attending the Defries school of electronics. APPRECIATION DAY Art Ratphs, in charge of last SaUrday's Appreciation Day, hopes next Satuay will be m, ore like spring to bring out a beter crowd so some one miglt receive the winning money. Assistirg ,him was Bill Whitmer. Bently Boyle had his rmme drawn but eras not present to receive the $30. Consol'atlon prizes af $2 in trade were given o Amelia Griffith, George Spilker and Ed Bremer. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday- Creaaned chipped beef on toast cubes, green beans, rice ctmt'ard pudding i and milk. Tuesday -- H'am wRh nood- les, salad, bread arid butter, peach upside down cake and milk. Wednesday -- Chiti and )crackers, fruit salad, ro,]l'ed wheat roles, pears and milk. Thu,rsday -- Turkey in gravy over bakg powder bis- cuits, buttered peas, plums and milk. Friday -- No school. Good Friday. FROM THE PAST Medical Lake- 1934 William H. Speaace, 84, died March 12 after a short illness. He was a pioneer, ,lmg lived in Medical Lake boat 50 years. Councilmen elected for two- year terms were J. F. Gold- back, Wi11arn B'advin and Clyde Wilson. Joe Bednosehek was elected for the one-year term and F. H. K:rchhof.fer was re-e'hcted treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tesch are parents of a seven-pound boy bow Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis are parents of a boy born Feb. 9. The follawi,ng were on the high svhl lmrtor roll: Eliza- beth Vtatson, Fern BemmtL Arlene ,Bm'telt, Florence Fubx- man, Doris ]agrmson, and Thomas Flowers. Hmra.ble men,on went to Efleen Grff- fith and Evelyn Grifffin. The eighfin grade horror roll stu- dents were Pauline Kirchhof- fer, Billy Luders, Irene Teseh and Patrieia Thomas. Hazel Win nett and WiUerm Young received honorable mention. Sevemth grade oner students in, eluded Maxine Ahlf, Jean Cummings, L. D. Fox, Lorine Svenson and Marguerite Wal- ter. 1944 Mrs. Ida Giedt, wife of Hen- ry Giedt, died Maeh 15 fol- Lowing a short ill,ne,ss. Surely- .ors include her husband, .two daughters, Mrs. Percy Per- son, ,and Mrs. Nick Haidey, Medical Lake; 'and three sons, Oscar W., Spokrte; Emil E., Alberta, Oana@a; and Ernest tI., Ptfllman; seen grandchil- dren and seven sisters and one brother. Mr. and Mrs. Doaald Bald- win are parents of a boy born March 18. He vtas nmed Doug- las Hugh. The following were called The Key That Unlocks The for physical eaminations: March 25 Js the de set for Heart" RefresLtments were the last of the Na,onal School se b thet u y;: . .- Earl WiUams, Vel DeChenne, Assemblies to be held tt the ]ob chYne UGh wyaas, tne Olson, Maxey and Jack Stout. elementary s0hool. Ed Schter sorts y ys, the Earl Swan- Wil'tiams will enter the army, 'lprne " ' I Hie BeandVheLehe a program on pAy- i a Murtha- the ,others will join the ravy. Mrs. Jack Iolt entertained [ ghs. at uneheon for Mrs. Olson, Vicky Joe, Steven and Jack, IN COLLEGE PLAY IANN LONGS WEn Mrs. e nd Sack and Gwan Jackson of Medical I r "" - Lake has beert sd for a [ da ec s Ann Longshore, Mrs. Thompsou ,nd Dad. role in he IWifc Luheran ' g of Mr. and Mrs. Sher- My. and Mrs. Lyre Fuson Imuction of "Sleeping Beauty,,, Based m Perrautts' Pr  tale, the open a ven run on Maroh 12. Gwen, a ishnn t 1[, HAPPENINSCHOOL On Thursday a gr state afe was selected from a of x. ae rm ,au of Sp.k met with .the girl o judge them on how their meet the pu.blie, their interests end ba, ci and _o'sttc abi. The winner be armour, ted nex week. The ast county recreation day was held an Saturd. The pragr was a wel 'attended .with a good program presented. The high school ,hand, under floe direc0a of James Thorn, a concert at the ele- Tlmrsday mertary seheol on @. Sadie avkins dance, spor, aorod ,by the GAA, under Bpanola News By Katherine Holl'oway VISITATION IS WELL ATTENDED A total of 135 attended the Espanola grange visitation Fri- day evening. Nine Mile grange put on special floor work and Moran Prairie presertod a pro- gram entitled "The Ed Sulli- van Show." All Espano of. fleers were present. O Mrch 27 fine 45th anni- versary of Espan.ota grange will be celebrated with the home econonfic department d'oing .the progran. Al past masters, 25 year members and detmties are invited and are urged to ,attend, as well as the public. Part Self ridge attended a planning committee meeting at the exten.on ffice at the courty eourfin'ou, se on Friday, as a part of the Spokane Coun- ty cotm:il >f homemakers pro- gram. The TrPCourty postmasters meeting was held .at Reardan on Stm@ay wth Elsie PeArson attending from Espana. Four Lakes Lenard Mace--RI 7-7606 Every Sunday night at 7:30 church services will be heM at fine Four Lakes Community church. Last Sun@ay evening the special guest was Miss Julia Derr, a missionary from India. She gave a talk o her 40 years as a mssionary in India. She showed sUdes. HUB CLUB TO MEET Hub Club will meet at the token hall, avch 26, at 10 a. m. Craft will be kn the morn- ing so get there on time and bring necessary equipment to make pixie dotLs or monkey dolls. Ruth Rowley, guest speaker, will speak n the afternoon. Hostess will be Mrs. Ted Mil,ler. FIRE MEETING SET Fire meeting will be held Wednesday evening, March 25 at 8 p. m. GRANGE MEETS &range met lrid,ay night. Memoria,1 services were herd HEINS VISIT HERE [for John Q. Monroe. After the ,Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hein of lmetig the members prac- Seattle were :Sunday oernit [ riced for the visitation that was guests of the Jack Cogswells. [ put on at Tyl March 17. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cogswe,U and [ Tavern,or showed a fim on the family of Spokane were visit-[new cenrs put up over fine ors ,on Sunday, 'as was NevalUnited States to help crippled Smith of Fairchild. children. Those' serving on the I supper committee were Mrs. David Can@ill and Eddie [ Mary Dirks and Mr. and Mrs. Morrison of Spokane were [ Orville Phltipson. Su.nday visitors at the Mel[ Arnold home. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs Richard Manke was Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Hen- surprised .on her birthday Wednesday evening by a par- ty ,given her and Mr. Manke, by the Cude Be'a%ies and the A1 Willms. Sunday visitors at the Mankes were the Dick Mankes of Pasco nd fine C. M. ulins of Spokane. On Saturday Renzfl McLain ar.d Amanda A attended ,the grange co-op meeting and dinner in Reardn. The Dan Hiltons of Cheney were Monday visitors at fine Bill McGourms. On Sunday the Don Lamberts visited. O r Sunday evening the John Labishes attended She wedding in Medical Lake of Say Kin- zel and Ann Lortgshore. Visit- ors at the Labish home affter the wedding were Mr. and Mrs Norval Holmes of Cheney. Also attending fine weddirg were the Gordon Hodgsons, the Leo Holznagels and Edna 1%imeier. The Fred Jo ,haovs visited with the Andrew Leepers on Tuesday. lr. mad .Mrs. Jac Perry and family of Coville were Friday eveng visRors ,at the Fred Johnsrm. Bb Lambright of Amber was a weekend guest of Doug John- son. Mr. and. Mrs. Marion Huthcroft arid fany of Mos- es Lake were Saturday after- noon visitors at the Johnsons. The J,o'hnsons have received word that Cathy Jolmson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jotmson of Spokane, former residents here, and James Barnes of Marshal were mar- ried on Monday o last week. The Gordon Hodgsans drove to Wilbur on Sunday to have dinner with the Pni Sathers. Phil Schmit was a SaSurday eyeing visitor at the Carl Johnson home. On Sunday din- ner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Neiso and boys of Addy and Mr..and Mrs. Jim Hepton of Cheney. Afternoon visitors were the Kennefin Jo .hnson family ad the Har- old Hodge family of Spokane. The Oscar Mussers drove to Pullman on Sunday to visit their son, John, on his birth- day. In the evenirtg finey were guests at the home of Mr. and h's. Herb Kukuk in honor of Don's 16th birthday and the 89h birthday of his grand- mother, Mrs. Sarah I-Iigtffill. Also present was Mrs. Mabel ShaM. Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Sacca- mamo of Spolm,ne were Sun- day visitors at the Ernie Mor- larry .home. In the evening the Moriartys were supger guests man Longshore, was married (Opal Brtlet)h,ve purchased at the Don McCantss home on Sattwday evening to Jay thirby Davis/tame. in Cheney. I(inzel, son of Mr. aad Mr  . ad. Mr s. Vi,gil Greer A Wednesday eveng visit- ru>y Kinzel The wed din. w 'ave punased the Bmbel- or tt the Gus Pebxson home  " I held in ,the Commu ,vA church dnger ,house. was .Capt. Dad Fossem of with Rev. BilLups ofiviting.  Fairclild. On Friday the Peltr- The bride wore a street length I a 1954 sons al,led on warraaR officer dress of wait " _ u ughters f Betlml 26 ex ad  ScheHels i Resrd-t. e linen wia beige _ - - , trm and carried a hite Bible plified  ,lraby dedieatia Sunday evexg visitors a the Qnd a red-rose. only at-I .,m. I)vet: P eflw-on were Mr. and Mrs. x.dreN%Sm1blt )enrYblstnn2Ceral"  =Irh,t]vPaykanel ,. Oa,,Tied an ordhid. Ray .e _. .... .a'ed queens, .. " berner ended the abzh Was best man ad Lyle Riga, .co[m..,rm_ation of .flmv siev- Ho0000on were ors. Mrs. SarJey Scibnerla_; ,ra yzm,  Henry[De Shie, in the ield Lu- .sang, a omaied by aer hus-I_ ? rs. n.acy G.rLfith Rice Ineran :ur on Sunday.. M- oan.  Mamie Pavnaeter [ WeOr  . aaso 'nonorea. [ teravos they were dinner played the ,a I racers wre elected by I guests of Mrs. K. W. Dber- Mrs. ilTn':A-[)re a bee [OES dub 's follow. line I rmr a DeSmet, Idaho. dress suit and wore an od [Cheyn.ey, president; "Rtt Tar- [ Saturday visitors a ,the Gus while lVI. Logshure was at-[e,, vce preside; end Vesta JPeduon home were Dr. and tired in rmvT bIe .on, ,also I i a're, seeretar3,,easurer I Mrs. Claude Niehots mad azn- Members prosen were ll of Ohene wearing an orchid. Ma.rty ott[ .......... Mrsl [ty OI uneney. of txn guests crne from mtz-ia mn., ,'h '/atvne, /a- v,.e, 00b00al. uver 100 guests amded 'the oym, es 'Kein, Pegy[aay. t-resem were the Mines. re,piton,' held in the city yerHazel McDonald, Ru,][ A. A. Anderson, Ann Swanson, Rail. Mrs. Helen Mir, nich Pflh , ura Palmer, audelart wanson, Bill Quinn, Ed served the wedding cake and , rd, Izel Lovevn, Ghdys Somleborn, Roy Bules, Frank Mrs. Charlene SmTey poured aer, ie Sverson, Made- S.hew, .MM. Sinniger and her coffee. SerAng punch were n e uneyney and Ludle Plein. nzece, rs. Job..Kwai.oski Mrs. Helen Lorgshore and An- eveV.a,1 members fvzm St. a,nd aagrter o etono, re. nabelle Waiters. Timothys GUIM visited Katie Jay ,is a 1963 graduate of Sinnger on er birthday Fri-Shop the easy way, Classifieds. neigh spent the weekertd visit- ing relatives at Cau, lee City. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jmk of Pullman were weekend guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. RolAnd Jack and Margaret, hel'pig celebrate Margaret's 18fin birthday. Nina Williams f'ron Haw- thorn Manor spent from Thurs- day to Sunday wfin Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lawson. Mrs. Mike MilLer, ,Mrs. Anna Erfurth, ,-" ,,,and Mrs. Myrtle Mc- MJlLan were Thursday callers of Mrs. Larson. Mr. arid ,Mrs. Leige Thomp- son of Cheney were Saturday afternoon and eve ,nirg callers of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson and family. Mr..and Mrs. Hemy Wyn- stra spent Wednesday with Mrs. EUa Johnson of Spokane and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Wes Sezel of Oakesdale. Mr. and Mrs. Evereltt Sto,ry and family attended fine Wash- ington Water Pover Company electric sh, c w at the Spokane fair grounds. Thursday afterroon Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Waterman o Oakesdale were callers at the Sam Van Camp home. Sunday aftern.oon, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Burgo of Spokane "':::: were callers of Sam Van Camp. Mr. and Mrs. and family and Ted Radon aztd rock hunting last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. son, Mike were at the RusseLl ]V[r. and Mrs. and Lenard mend Spur rodeo at fine Spokare urday night. Mrs. Mildred recently hospital after LONGER ENGINE Diesel and heavy-duty gasoline engines get ma protection with RPM DELO Lubricating Oils compounds prevent piston and ring crankcase sludge. And parts don't wear out as cause of RPM OELO's anti-friction additives. RPM DEL0 HEAVY DUTY,..SUPER RPM DELO .. or RPM DELO SUPERCHARGED-3. 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