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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, April' 2, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway SCHOOL NEWS IN BRIEF On Wednesday Mr. Kyle and Mr. Van Matre ttertded the University of Washington high school principals nd guidance cou,nselovs conference in Spo- kane. The sprtrg concert .was held Thursday, with Mr. Thom 'm clarge. The band and chorus e'rtertained. The track team, coached by Mr. Smthpeters, wil ent the track meet Saturday kn Spokane at Rogers High Sclml. The PTS meeting wi}l he head Morday evening to make firml phns fay the May 3 schol- a,rship furd raising dinner. On the program wR1 be Mr. Oon- ners arid his physi.eaa ed,uc`a- titan c]asss. BURIAL HELD Mrs. Edith Solverson was buried Saturday at the Re`at- dan cemetery, which is near where she had lived many years ago. Mrs. Solverson, 75, died in :a Spolcrte hspital. She had been ill for several years. Her husband ed several years ago at their farm home no`or Espanola. She had since made he home in Medical Lake, where she was a member .of the Oom- nmnity ChtrCh, the Ladies Aki aad Rebekah Lodge, ,all ,o4 Medical Lake. She adso be- orged to the Esparm,la grange ,and the Women's Club. She survived by several nieces, and nephews and cousins. SPRING VACATION DUE ,M,ecal Lake school clghen will begin spring vacaCdon Tue,s- day at 3:20 tmtfl Apail 12. Teachers  attead he Inmd Empire Education &ss:'n meet- ilgs in Spokane. Lunch mens for the two days of seliool next week are: .Morday- Medical Lake fav- ore dish, lettuce wedge with' 1,000 Islmtd dresng, tmd'ing m,d milk. Ttmsday--Creamed chipped beef on biscuits, vch(fle kernel cor, jeBo vegetable salad, ui't rd milk. CLASS HAS TRIP M;f. Potter's .academA class a Lakeland Vihge trod one o its most enjoyable fied trips of the year ,Mm'ch 17. They vis- Red the Idian vcrRmgs on the rocks rwr the Little Spokane rivet ,and toured the area of the old Spokane otrse, the first settlement in this area. At noon they returned to Sp kane for lunch at a Chinese restaurant where they prac- ticed their li,mRed Chirmse by ordering the various feeds. A special treat was provided when they decided to use chopsticks. Fol'owing lunch they visited the Grace Gamp- bell Museum. The students as- sisted in plann'ang the trip, broadening their of he ,history of the area; ex- perienced the problems associ- ated with ordering and paying f, or a restauran meal, associ- ated with the outside vm'ld in a public paee, mad rean- f, oreed their feelirgs of ease when away f,rom the semi-is 1,ation and protection of the in- stitution. All these factors in- crease their social grace, which is .one of the general ims of their training here, which will enh, anee their than.cos for suc- cessful placement back into community life. LIGGINS HITS HOMER Medical Lake rust its basebal ame last week to University 2-1. Carl Liggin,s hit a blame run. Butch Denton pitched and Lmfie Evans caught. The Col- ville game has been eance.,lled. The next game is with Ferris here Saturday ,at 1 p. m. JENSEN REPORTS The FFA meeting was ,held Monday evening to scuss plans for Saturday's b`anquet. A rehearsal will be head today. A ,school work day is planned Wednesday. John Jersen, dele- gate to the State FFA conven- tion, gave a report. CRAFT CLUB BUSY The Craft Club met as Thursday ,at the Cmmunity ehtroh to make car caddies. On April 22 they will meet at the Chtrch o make wooden wall phques. VAN MATRE ON PANEL 3ames Van Mae, b2Rh sclol prirtcipal,  repre- sent Spokane County Schools in a panel d;iscussion Wednes- day as part of the steering committee of the halth sec- tion of the commmRy w ,elre coueil. Van Emerson speak on, "Overl Fitrmss Pro- gram, Givirg M`aximum Utili- zation ,of the County School Fa, cities," in the AmeriCan Red Cross assembly room. QUEEN RESIGNS Iaren onkin has resigned as queen of Job's Daughters. Shelley lills was elected and Espan01a News t By Katherine Holloway STATE FARMER NAMED Trap Shoot Cheney Gun Club Ham & Bacon SUNDAY, APRIL 4 10 a. m. Continuous All members requested for a practice shoot and planning on Saturday, April 3. I Los Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. ttaward Wilhams of Es- panlta, ,has qualified for and received the Sta,te Farmer Award at the FFA coaavention at Washington Sate University in Pullman.  and Bill Me- M.fllan, the Cheney chapter delegate, spent Wednesday throtgh Saturday ,at Pullyaan. The State Farmer degree is avcarded to two per cent of he t,otr, d state membership. This year 269 boys quMffied but o,ly the top 120 could be giv- en the ,award as the state mem- bership is 6,000. The award is based on leadership, so,boA, at- ship and the supervised farm- ing paojects of the applicants. The aard is the second high- est degree given in the FFA. The American Farmer degree is the highest. Williams, a senior 'at Che- ney High School, is president of his chapter and has been an officer the past two yem's. Les and his brother Larry are right hand ,helpers oar their father's ran,ch, where they raise grain, hay and shorthorn earle. He is looking to a fu- ture in agriculture, with agron- omy holding his intere,st at present. He plans to ,attend EWSC next fall. CHARTER DRAPED Twenty-six members met at installed as queen Thursd'ay Espanola Grange Friday eve- evenin:g, ning. The charter was draped, On Sunday from noon until honoring Edith Slverson and 3:30 Bethel 26 will hold a ham Rose Nelson. A program o dinner at the high .school. PERSONAL MENTIONS Two shool students entered the "Keep Washington Green" conte,st. Receiving cer- tificates for their posters were Leon Frechete ,and David Spil- ker, both fifth grade students. Linda George, a junior, was named carnival queen Frklay evering. The porta,ble stereo record player was won by Doug Olmstead. Mr. and Mrs. John La,ron celebrated their 36th wed4irg anniversary and Mr. and Mrs. arerme Rider joined them fay their 17th at dinne.r ia Sgo- kane Sunday. Mr. a*nd Mrs. James Grigwrare of Colvi]e joined them. Jess Higgins of Deer Dake, formerly of this community, is very 11 al expects to be n V, eteraas hospital this week. Smlay visitors at the John I-Iiggins ;home were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Van I.he nd Liana. ,Sunday supper guests ,t the Paul Sather ,home we Mr. arid Mrs. John Hod,oct of Deer Park, Mr. and Mrs. Gor- don Hogson ,and farn." y, Mrs. Oatherin,e H.ansor aml Mr. and Mrs. IAoyd Giles. ; D Mrs. Fred KirChoffer of Sprague, formerly of Medical Lake, is n Deaconess ' hospital, after sufferin,g a ilmart attack. Mrs. E. F. MacAvoy is spend- ing the week here at Ere Mel Arnold home. Ed Sonneborn entered Dea- conerss hospital Thursday to have orthopedic srgery F- day. He expects to be home this week. Doug Sormeborn of Seattle and Dianne Giese, also of Seattle, were weekend visit- ors. John Smith of Colorado is visitirg with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsvorth Smith. Florence Reeves celebrated her birthday Saturday with ice cream and a cake made by Mrs. Harold Reeves. Other guests were arold Reeves and Judy and Mr. arid Mrs. John ary. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sloan eertained Sundlay with a birtlday larty onoring Miles Breneman. Guests were the Breremarm, Mr. and ,Mrs. Ken- neh Gatlin, Mr. `and Mrs. Will- iam Lake .and Mr. `and Mrs. A. L. Hamilton. Mr. ,and Mrs. Claude BeatUe visited Tuesday with Mrs. Edith McDowetl and Mr. and Mrs. Bob MeDoweU in Spokane. They were dinner flu eats of the Herb Gisse'lbergs. Weekend visitors ,at the Wai- ter Johnson home were Mr. mad Mrs. Glen Johnsorn, Mike ,ad Shelly of Salem, Ore. Oth- er guests on Sunday were Mr. arid lm. John Johrmon avid amily of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Aen Jaes and Alen Jr., ,of Salem, Ore., spent several days wth the Frank Bakers. The St. Timothy's Episcopal church potluck dinrmr was ',heM Monday evenirtg ,at the borne of Mr. arid Mrs. James Roberts. Sunday afterrmon v'sitors at the Milton Kukuk Imme were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rider. Mr. ,and Mrs. C. E. Jolly drove to Trentwvod Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McOeskey. Sunday dinner guests at the Fritz Gflbreth home were Mr. ,and Mrs. Bud Swigert and gils and Celia Walker og Spo- kane. Adolph Spilker of Davea port spent several days l a week at the George Spilker home. Monday visitors were Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Rosman oi Wilbur. TEACHERS MEET Eastern Washington agricul- ture teachers will hold ,a ron luncheon at the YMCA Thurs- day to discuss l>lans fr the coming Junior Livestock Show in May. Student record books will be judged and FFA j`aekets be readirgs and ritual work was presen,ted. Attending the grange visita- .lion at FairfieM Tuesd`ay eve- nn,g were Mr. :and Mrs:. C.1`aude Garner and Mr. ,and Mrs. Gor- don Hodgon. Mrs. Lula Tilson and Mrs. Evelyn Wfl;l:ms a,ttended the le.aders training lesson on lov calorie diets Thursday. Oscar Reitmeier attended the grange insaarance associa- tion meeting at Moran Grange Wednesday. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. M,arvin Wfiims ad fiamily were Surtd,ay din- n,er guests of the A1 Wiilins. On Monday Mrs. Witlms spev:t the day with Annie and Char- lie Plucker near Spokane. The Larry Dame'lsons were Su,nday visitors at the Oscar Mu, sser .home. Jo,hn Mnssev was .home for the weekend from Pullman, where he at- tends the university. A Friday visitor t the Fred Johnson home was Mrs. Nila Hansel of Deep Creek. Snday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perry of Colvilile and Rev. and Mrs. James Terry of Med. ical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sel- frdige and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pen halluriek visited Monday with Mrs. Emil Suko at Sac- red Heart hospital. On Wednes- day they visted the Lee Able- roans in Cheney. Sandra Reitmeier re*urned home Wednesday Mter spend- in,g a few days with Claudine B ehlirger at ,her ,hame in Se- attle. On Sunchy the Reitmei- ors and Sndra we,re guests of the Bob Reitmeiers. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pehrs:on left Tuesday to spend the week with rehtives in Utah. They were guests O4 the Myron Creeds ,at Hills Field and with the Bob Ralph Burns Don day visitor home. were Mr. a:nd ing the iarty. On iarty and Bau,1 kane and at the You can find it UNIC INTERIOR AND EXTERI( lO0's of r O -- Field Seeds NORTHRUP KING AND NOW IN STOCK Grange Supply 18 UNION ST., CHENEY Attend rCheney's Annual Junior Livestock Preview S Farmshop at 4th & C Streets Saturday, April 10 Support your local farm youth by attending view showing of the Spokane Junior Livestock This will be an interesting all-day program ing starting at 9 a. m. And be our guests for the famous FREE PANCAKE FEED Starting at 11:30 a. m. Sponsored by Cheney Chamber of Commerce Zing into spying! 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