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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, March 27, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway , March 28. Easter Mass will be at 8 a. m. at Lakeland and at 10 o&apos;clock at the parish church Ladies of the Altar Society will furnish eggs for an egg hunt for the children, to be held fll,owhag the services. Community--God Friday 1services will be held at 7:30 ion March 27 with Holy Com- munion followiv2g. Easer ser- vices will be held at 8:30 a. m. and at 11 a. m. A cofee hour was held on Palm Sunday hon- orirg the 11 new members. The primary classes wi have an Easter egg hunt on Satur- day at 2:30 at the church. Assembly of GodE:aster services wi.l,1 be held as usual at 11 a. m. and at 7:45 p. m. " St. Timothy's Episcopal'--- GIRLS STATE SELECTIONS---Sandy Rattle, Viki Mendenhal[, Pather Mason will hold Eas- Terrie Musser and Bey Harmon, shown left to right, have been ter services at 4:30 on Sunday chosen as 1964 Evergreen Girls State representatives from ,afternoon. Mrs. Sonneborn will Medical Lake High School. Miss Mendenhall and Miss Musser be in charge of the potluck were named delegates while Miss Raggio and Miss Harmon su,pper atthe City Hall on Mn- day evening at 6:30. were picked as alternates. Lutheran--t. John's Luth- GIRLS CHOSEN Harmon were chosen as alter- eran will hold Good Friday FOR EVERGREEN STATE notes, services and communkon on Viki Mendenkall mad Terrie A committee of women from Ttmrsday evening. An E'aster Muase.r were chosen LAKELAND NEWS The second train ,ride was taken on Feb. 26 with 40 stu- dents enjoying the trip from Spokane to Spangle on the Northern Pacific's "Galp,ing Goose." The students returned to Spokane by bus and visited a fire station. Accompanying the group from the readiness and academic classes were Mrs. Sue Staanard, Dick Pot- ter, Wayne Anderson and Mrs. Effie Romans. Dancing was enjoyed by over 100 boys and girls when the "Top Thirty" dance club held its weekly dance as gue,sts of the Spokane Elks Lodge No. 228 .on March 9 at their hail. Live music and refremens were provided. Kathleen Artde.rsn was mis- tress of ceremorfies for Sadie Hawkins Day put on for the 4-H boys by the 4-H girls club. Costumes were jttdged, with Margarete Ridge and Mike Day winning. Five teachers from LakeLand Village attended the regiorml meeting of the courcfl for ex- ceptional children at Tacoma on March 20-21. The first day was devoted Co visitation of the madr special education facilities in the Tacoma area and the sheltered workshop for the handicapped. The sec- ond day consisted of in:forma- tive presentations of existing in other geograph- as dele- the Spokane American Legion egg hunt will be held st 12:30 ical areas by outstandirg Espanola News By Katherine Holl'oway GRANGE TO CELEBRATE 45TH ANNIVERSARY Tonight (Friday) EspanoLa grange will remember its 45th anniversary by honoring its lone chatrer member, Amanda Aiberts, 25-year members mid aH past masters. In charge of the supper will be the Ed Bests and the Claude Beafies. Twelve members attended the sitati'on at Tyler on Tues- flay evening. Attending Pomona range t Windsor were the Caude Garners, h Ed Bests and Marie Seimer. WOMENS CLUB MEETS Mrs. Mabel hoaf was hos- tess to the Espanola Womens Clnb at her home on Wednes- day with Luella Kuhn as co- hostess. Gue,sts were Barbara Secord and Sarah HighfiH. Of- lie Henning was elected as sec- retary.-trea, surer .to rep,ce An- na Hodgson. Patt Self ridge gave a reading, "What East,ex Really Mean:s." She also led an elimination conest on articles to be found in your purse with Mae Beattie as the winner. On April 3' the Espan,ol'a club will serve the hot dish at the coun- ty meeting. Edrm Reitmeier and Beverly Cogswell will he in charge. Mrs Paul Sather of Wilbur. They were supper guests at the Hodgsons on Sunday eve- ning. The Hod gsons, losenaus and Labishes were guests for pinochle :at the Leo Holzna, gels on Saturday evening. J, oh'n La- bish won high prize for the men and Anna Hod.gso.n took second high for the women. The Frank Selfridges spent Friday and Saturday in Moses Lake visiting with the Jack Penhalluricks. On Friday eve- ring they spen!t the evening with the Lee Penh:alluri!cks to celebrate t:heir anniversary and the birthday of Retha Pen- hallurick. The Marvin Witlms were Sunday dinner guests of the A1 Willms. Guests for Sunday supper a.t the Bill McGourins were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Conrad, Perry and Carol ,of SFokane. We,dnes- day found Mrs. Lavina Swan- son of Waukon as a visitor and on Tuesday Mrs. Don Hilton visited. Ed Reese of Spokane visited on Thursday with both the McGourins and with Aman- da Alberts. Weekend visitors a the Oscar Retmeiers were the Milton Green family of We,nat- chee. Additional Sunday din- ner guests were Mr. and Mrs. po, Allene Green, Mr. and Tarbert and sons of Daven- Phil Tarbert, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mrs. Wesley Green .and Mr. and Mrs. Curt Chumbl,ey all of gates to the 1964 Evergreen Girl, s State at CenTal Wash- ington State College at Ellens- burg from June 11-22. V is the dough'toT of Major and Mrs. A. B. Menderhall, 6071 Wal- nu Drive t Fairchild, and Tervie is the daugMer of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Musser of Es- paoLa. Sandy Raggio and Bey Auxiliary Post No. 136 were on Saturday, unless it storms, speakers from th.e University PERSONAL MENTIONS .at the high school on Thurs- in which case R will be post- of Wisconsin and the Univer- Sunday dinner guests at the Spokane: Jerry Reimeier of Spokane also visited. day ,afternoon to make their ported u rtil Stmday o:fter ser- sitv .of Mkchigan Attending the Albert Rosenaus we,re Mr. and .selecti, on. Fin,ancial ,arrange- vices, which Start at 11:15. On clfererme from Lakend ...... | Bob Lehn o Cherokee, Iowa, l:hthehCOelbdmaed;itrlul? P e;:Mar I visited at the Howard Wilams ments for the trip are being Mah " " taken care of by the Medical i Eyn APePePenl, daool, l\\;;ilag e variety revue, spO[e/home last week. His mother, Lake Pareat-Teacher Society, supper at the City Hail for home traininJ teacae,r; Mrs I s'ored by the Mediaa baK l Mrs. Ben Leh, is ill in a Spo- the Ghamber of Commerce and their families h program and arlin,e Kuhne', librati,n:! Chamber o,f Comn.aerce, aT%tO / kane h, aspital. film on New Guinea was pre-teacher, and Mrs Beth John- be u sea o auuzy tn, e ty [ Mrs. Lula Tilson had Sun- thewive,sFairchildclub A. F. B. Officers sented and a business meeting iston and Mrs. Hazel S;aples of ] pakendin" the Job's Dough- ! day dinner with the Gary was ,held. the ,trainable department. I. . _' ...... _ There will be n,o sch.oo,1 to-[ eertShe[eClUeSpynnrini day (Friday)for Good Friday , z ' FUN NIGHT HELD and for Spring raccoon  on Carl RudoV, were past ,honor- The Medical Lake Education Anril 8 9 and 10 ' ed queens Margaret Arthur, .... "- ' , " Anna Mac Henning and Joan association held ts potluck The Lakeland boys basket-[  . _ :. ..... supper ,and fun night can Fri-ball team has comll.eted its [ernNmeripaansS u day of Last week. The mmen-season with a final coun ell'.2 ;.'  ; ' .... tory school teachers,,,ted seven wins and eight losses ] rsL.evn?'" anaue to the theme of ' Haw.ii. Dick tIigh scorers for the year were iu':n  1 " Ioern ltter, program chairman, pre- Mk:e Day and Bob  .hrist " Mrs. Ollie Hemaing, Mrs. Melva serted a program of varied en- son. Jim Webbevt is coach. tertainment. Square dancing Mrs. Donna Plato, girls wus enjoyed, with Dennis War- coach and physical education ren calling. Birgo was also tacher, attended a three day played, conven.'tion early in arch of e Northwest District of the MRS. COLE DIRECTS GROUP Mrs. CLark Cole had the ,honor of directing the Spokane Stake singirg mothers at the Sunday Conference of .the Lat- ter Dy Saints at the Stake MOST VALUABLE---Dick Jennets gets most valuable player .Mrs. Cole has been award at winter qrts banquet front Medics| Lake wrestling working wh .t ,his gr(mp for sevea'al months and the/ sang for over 1,000 persons. . IMHOFF HOME sent a concert at .the high .... school at 1:30 on April 3 and h:mrinnImMh'oofntUteedr :ed s wall later play at Pairchiid .... "  "," , ling several days ha Deaconess The high school bana pmyeu u;o ,- Tmh,,-.ef ,a at the elementary hool on [zicl''al,y [ Thursday and will pLay 2fis I ' " '" ner guests of Ollie Hennmg Thursday a,t Blair Mr Thom/ is the director, past GIRLS ENTERTAIN American Association of Phys- ical Education, Heath and Recreation in Spokane. Mrs. Plato was one of over 400 rep- rentatives. She acted ,as sec- retary for the secondm-y coach Jerry Conners. D. JENNESS WINS AWARD Wrestling eo'ch Jewry Con- ners is ghovCn, presenting most ,atmble player award o Dick Jenrss at the winter sports banquet held at the high school .on Thursday evenLng. Tlis was sponsored by the Girts pep dub, under the di- ,rcn of Mrs. Jamison. James Van MatTe, principal, was master of ceremonies. The benediction was given by Roy. BRups. Other ,awards in wrostkng were give to Ed Oollier for the most hnproved player; Jim EImrson for "Mr. Hu, sfl, e," and the coch's award ws presen'ted to Craig John- son. Basketball awards were pre- sented to the folowirtg: Gary G ltsgow, most valuable player; Jm ttillbrick, most inpira- .tion,al; <xah's avcaaM, Bob Marsalis; ' lorrorary captain, s, Jim HiRbriek arm Ctary Glas- gow. Letters were al, so present- ed to ahletes by their coaches. Awards were presented to the partipants in freshman, jun- ior varsity, gyrrmastics and the girl's athlet a*ziation. trbara Page, a restman on te varsity debacle team, w aded flw Nortlawes District Iague trophy or the best girl demr for 1963-64. ,Mta Tayar, a freshman mem- ber of the GAA, was given an award for having set a record in ketlral. At a recent  P,Y- 0ay ,at A00eta 32 as in 40 attempts. Gts were lened to oonaes by their teams. The were l)amW i)e0PI, $-ry Omrte and Gary Bates. BASEBALL BEGINS Coaa Dnny Pe0es an- nottr-l the fit .ame  be at mat Valley at 1 o'kk on Sattm. It .w home game  be  ," at 4 o'clock with Liberty. Col- lle will IY  at 3:30, April 3. H@H SC NEWS  Student met an lIday  elect- by ost .... ReorE eaa will e out  On Tuesdad, of this week Mr. Kyle and Mr. Van M,atre were .at Blair school to do a prelimirmry study of the eighth grade students. On Wednesday they worked wth the elementary scho1. Dr. Earl Sewart, professor of .sociology at EWSC, spoke at the social studies planning project for all teachers o the district at the high school. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- Medical Lake favorite dish, green beans, lettuce wedge wi,h 1,000 Ishnd The jurdr Girl Scouts, who are working on their hospital- ity badge, entertained their mothers on Thursday. These girls, under the leadership of Mrs. HoRiday and Mrs. McGee completely planned and car- ried out the atertain,men and refreshmerts. About 20 girls and mothers attended. PERSONAL "MENTIONS The Waldo Jacksons are en- joying a visit of Mr. and Mrs. Detg 5ackson of Edanods and ,of Gwen Jackson from Pacific Lutheran Uveity. M'. and Mrs. Monroe Kap- dressing, chocolate pudding tan of Spargle were Sunday and milk. q,on, um d,os with dinner guests a the Carroll ---s  -'"  Kaphn home mustard and catsup, potato . . . , .... ............ :^kles trs. avvey rmt hart a "' ' t of Spokane ,and his house milk. --:th" Fre ] Party tetr: [ ' " i , . v s iT  _ : and but I of Mrs: Fat in .her school svne uresslng, coroe oreaa "/ao ..... ,,,, ter..jand milk{ve n fried [ I='lr"andlrs" Joe Pickett of '.va Y -- d Spokane were Sunday evening e .hen, mashed potatoes __an !guest s . the Claude Garner chicken gravy, ouuere coots, home. sclools. FROM. THE PAST Meda4' Lake 1934 Ulrick ad Durkin of Spo- kane, who purchased Camp Comfort,, will build a $7,000 dance hall and a number of new cottages. The old dance hall is being razed by George Barrion. Carl D. Gru,b entered the veterans hospdtal at Walla Wal- la for an operation. T. W. Pedigo Ls con, frted at St. Lukes lospRal. ,Mrs. J. W. Fishback and Mrs. Effie Scholer were hos- ,teases to the O. E. S. cldd. The Congregational Ladies Aid met 'at the home of Mrs. Ruby McKirmy. The program was given by Mrs. J. D. Hagen and Mrs. Anrm MacDormld. Mr. 'ad Mrs. Hans Nieman arid Mary Ellen of Sgokae visSted at the William Ahlf home Sunday. 1944 Ttfird year 4-H girls, Ruth Gilbert, Rosemary Wan Helen Schfer and Gloria Ful- ler met at the Watson home. David anal Mary Eccles were named oq the honor roll at EWCE for the winter quarter. Mrs. Daisy Lewis and Mr. ,and .Mrs. Al0on Pilhrd attend- ed a birthday luncheon at the ,home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto gm'k. P 3/c W, L. Gregory and is bride are visiting his prents, ,bread and ber, apple quar- ters .rind milk. BASEBALL GROUP MEETS The Medical Lake Baseball a,sciati'on met on Sunday at the City  to get the b'all rollig for the  seas..: Officers elected were: " Lake, L'esideRt;Len Dons, vice presi; Jn Van Mere, sec- t, and Miles Bremleman, re,surer, Board D'trectm's w_.e named, Bob Baunmn and MI.M - ton Kukuk. APPRECIATION DAY WINNERS LISTED Bill W.tmer's service sta- tian drew a w vJame oa served Hrvy Bower in trale at any of the partici- pa',ti !.  $12. scripts were C. M. I-Iowa , Frances Hillbrick and Leml- lyn I-Iltllck. Ray's serce stticn assisted with  dra- April 1. The etird quarter ing. ended on '. AT THE CHURCH------ES The jurdor cnss witl have a dess u dy and on CatholicFaJmr Kowrach April 3 with their theme "The announces Good Friday ser- vices Stations of the Gross at 7 R, oarg Twenties." _. .... The pep 'cab dance wm De P. m. on March-27 with Con- urdl a lr date. The North American Air De- fense Comn'am ham wll pre- fessions following. Koly Satur- day eorffemions will ,be fm 4 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. on Mr. ,and Mrs. Marion King have been vw' Bob Lewises in Mt.tain View, Calif., and also attemled a ,bowRng tournament in Oak- ld. Mr. and Mrs. V'ffiin Dur- fee and son Tom drove Yalna to ,atteml the cn- meacement exerses at. St. F2ibeth School of N.rsing, of Which Zada Sly was radgra - uat' member. Melva Fuller left on Tuesday eveng foe Cmbell, Calf., wnere she will  with Mr. and iVs. B. D. . Atending the House ins Imtitute at the Univer-K'y of Washington last Thin.lay Frida were Eva Hines, Betty Pitts, Lula Welas ees of Eastern State as_'_ta'. Mr. and M. Lltweellyn Hilbrick drove to Hartline on Sunday ,to attend the 60th wed- dirg anadversary of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. JaUey. From there they went t Coulee City to spead the night mUl to visit with relatives. Tuesday everg guests for pinkie a the AIvin Plie home were Mrs. Bruce Weav- er, Mrs. Mattie Dedd and Mr. aew Comer of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gregory. Mrs. Fritz Gbreth ,and ehfl- dren, Michael and Garry, left for Seattlelmre My. Cbre is employed. Mr. and Ms. F. L. Anderson have moved intto the ;ffhreh ,home. ,Mr. 'and Mrs. Phil Weborn and Ma's. Robert Lewis visi-d' Mr. Welhern's pareats at Oro- ino Monday. Lt l lr. Ernest Grabo vLd at the E.L. Fuller home hst weekend. Arlee Bowden visited his . Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Heath Hatchin- son and baby of lee City were Sunday guests of ,his par- entS, Mr. and Mrs. J. A Hutch- inson. , ,Guests   L. R. Anders(m home were Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Meleher. Mrs. C. K. Apgar of Treut- wood visited her parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. W. A. Baklwin. Mrs. Don Bl'dwin and baby have rxtrned from Deacon- ess hospital. 1954 Fire destroyed 800 gallons of gasoline a the Guy Ka- mer fan. Proceeds fPom the Lakeland Webley family They are living in the Solverson house near Espan, ola. Monday visitors t the Earl Von Lehe home were the $im Pohle family, who are visiting lere fom Monroe. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Wybor- hey drove to PuRman over the weekend to attnid the annual fore,stry banquet at Was.hing- ton State University Saturday Fuller and Mrs. George Pal- mer. A dirmer, honoring rela- tives, was given, Sunday by Mr and Mrs. Albert Griffith. Present were Mrs. Anna Thie- mens, Mrs. Leona Walbe't, Mr. and Mrs. L. Griffith and Shot- ,on, Lirda and Karen Neer- mann of Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. W. Thiemens, Jimmy ad Linda of Coeur d'Alene, Mr. and Mrs. E. Ahlf and Donna and Perxy, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Graapp, Johnny, Carol and Jimmy of Medical Lake. evening. Mrs. E. F. MacAvoy of Wor- ley, Idaho, spent the weekend at the Mel Arnold home. Visiting with Mabel Sheaf and Mrs. Hi:gb:fl over the weekend were relatives from the Yakima VaRey. Mrs. Shelf's' uncle, Chris Neighbors, died in a Spokane hospital on Thursday eeing. He was bur- led on Saturday. Sunday dirmer guests at the Holloay-Johnsn home were Mr. ,and Mrs. Matt Tomirtg, Pau'h and David of Spokane, / / \\; He's our boss, too! He's a customer-and a stockholder--of our company. As head of his household, he depends on us to provide him with constant, low-cost dectric- ity; as a stockholder, for sound management that means a profit on his investment. Like many of his neighbors, he's one of thousands of people who own one or more shares of stock in our company. Maybe you're an "owner" yourself-either directly or indirectly. Many people who have savings accounts or i- surnce policies are indirect owners, ause numerou banks and insurance companies also Invest in our stock. We're glad so many people have confidence In us and In the service we provldeI Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cheney, Sarg and boys of Ham of Tyler. The CLaude on Sunday a the home in Medical guests were the Griffiths of NOTICE OF HEARIJ SESSMENT ROLL IMPROVEMENT HO. 1 Notice is a public hearing on Monday, the April, 1964, at the p. m., at the room Hall where the reguhrty meets, public hearing Council will je,ctions made to ment rll for ment District No. Town Concil will vise, radse, lowev, modify the roll thereof, and will clusion corffirm ordirtance. Any persons object to the ,their objections 'ia file such ob Town Clerk at or above date fixed ing. That ,at place or said Town Council Board .of E( purpose of sessment rail. By order of the oil Ben F. Morgan., (March CALL FOR Eastern State In accordance 212, laws ,of A. S. B. celted in the recor of Room 121A, until 2:00 p. m., CALL Eastern State Separate als are available al equipment by Eastern College in the rector of 121 Showalter Proposal forr tained at the T. T. Wall, Director of (July 1, 00TIIE W.ASIlIliGT011 WATER Electr, and Natural Gas Service