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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, April 3, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway NAMED DELEGATES--Butch Denton, Carl Liggins, Mike Shankle and Fred Perkins, shown left to right, were the four finalists at Medical&apos; Lake to determine delegates to Boys State in June at Tacoma. Liggins and Denton were named delegates. PETE LEFEVRE DEAD AT 95 Itosary was held Wednesday at Ball ad Dodd Puneral Home for Peter J. Leevre, one of the first settlers of Medical Lake. Funeral services were ,held at the Sacred Heart Church on Thursday wth Pan, her Kowrach officiating. "Pete," as he was known to all, was born near Walla Walla on April 6, 1868. He wotfld have clebrated his 96th birthday on Mmlay. He died MarCh 24 at Sacred Heart HospRal. His father, Andrew Lefevre, operated a business of h,ag supplies for the army between WaRa Walh arid Colvitle. Quite by accidn he discov- ered the mealie'me lake and vhe ,he was permitted by the Indians to settle .here, 'he lmmed the lake "Medical Lake." The three sons of An- drew came to settle wi thex father when small boys, Pete could `tell many exiing stor- ies of `the `thriving town of MedieM Imke. Mr. Lefevre is survived by ewe .gons, Qtrtbey I.fevre of Daverort and Lester Lefevre of I-[arrirgton. LAKELAND VILLAGE NEWS The a,maual smmnev work- Slmp for teacher of special education wl be held on caa. pits at Lakehmd Vitlage from :Ime 22 throlgh Jl 31. This six-week, 12-quarter-lour cred- it course ,has as its objective the study  experiencing of those kamwledges, sls and toehrti'que vChieh lead ,to a competaney in teaching the nmatally retarded child. Ses- si will incMde lectures, ob- serv2on, glXp projects, in. dwidual projects and work With retarded ehildreaa. As the enrollment will. be limited to 36 persons, nerested apli- cans are ercouraged *o apply immed',tey to Dr. John Casey at Eastern Washington State Cege at Cheney. Th work- shop provides a fine opportun- ity for WARC Chapters and other organizations to sponsor scholarships for quail/led teachers in `the area of special edtmation. The sixth annual ogen house at Lakelartd Village will be held on Sunday, May 24. Graded tours arid open visita- tion of most campus areas and faelli`ties wil .be available. Dis- plays will include projects and act2vities of he Boy Scouts, Cmrtp Fire Girls, 4-H groups and ,the .school department.I A formal entertainment program will not be presented this year. Limited food service will be available, but visitors are en- couraged to bring picnic lunch- es if they desire o have lunch on campus that day. Nine grad, ute students in C OF C NEWS Program chairman George Spilker of the Medical Lake Chamber of Commerce ar- ranged a tour for the members and .their wives of the Atlas Missile Complex at Sprague. The evening was completed with a dinner ,at Faircld Air Force Base. Publicity chairman Don Winan report's a very in- formative evening that left the members all cognizant of the vital role that our Air Porce has in world defense. MRS. FRAZIER AT MEETING Mrs. Frazier, first grade teacher, is representing the West 'Spolane County chapter of the Assoation of Chdhood Education Devel;opment at their Infernafional meeedng at Portland his week. She accom- panied Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Bright of the Campus School at Cheney. Ina Vermillion is substituting while Mrs. Fraz- ier is gone. RECREATION HOURS SET Beginnirg last Monday and contuing each Monday and Wednesday from 3:30 until 4:30 students in grades five through eight can take part in outdoor atlviies. Track, sot- ball and tennis will be carried on by Mrs. Samuels, Charles Van Stone and Rol,lin Jofflnson. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS On Monday evening Mr. Van Matre, Mr. M,athison, Mr. Con- ners and Mr. Peoples attended the Northeast Distafict A League meeting a the Old Heritage Inn. Report cards came out on Wednesday. The junior class will have its dress up day today (Fliday) with "The Roaring 20's" as the theme. A dance will be held this evendng at 8. The baseball eam wil meet Colville here at 3:30 p. m. and North Cen`tral here zt 11 a. in. tomorrow. The boys lost their first game to Central Valley on Saturday 4-1 but won the net game 2-0. PIN will meet on Monday with open house at 7 o'cllock. The business meeting will start at 7:30. Plans are being made for the schMarshtp din- ner to be held on May 4. HOT LUNCH MENU Benday --- Mashed potatoes arm gravy, roast pork slices, green peas, peanut butter sandwiches, fruit and milk. Tuesdhy --Italian spaghetti, parmesian cheese, h, ot Prench bred and butter, cole slaw, peaches and milk. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday -- spring vacation. APPRECIATION DAY Live music was furnished by DELEGATES PICKED Carl Liggns and Mike Shankle have been chosen Boys State delegates from Med,ieal Lake High School. A committee ,of men from the lo- cal Chamber of Commerce and the Parent-Teacher Society in- terviewed six finalists and made the slection on Thurs- day afternoon. Carl is the son of S/Sgt. and Mrs. Cecil Lig- gins of 9177 B Nevada and Mike is the son of SM/Sgt. and Mrs. E. R. Shankle of 9198 B Idaho, boh at Fairchild Air Force Base. TbAs corffererme is sched- uled for June 14-21 at Pacific Lu`theran University near Ta- coma. American Leon Post No. 136 of Spokane is the sport-i sor. Financial arrangements ! i are beir, g taken care of by the i Parent-Teacher Society, the Chamber of Commerce and the Officers' Wives Club of Fair-i child A. F.B. l VACAT,ON-AVRE S-,0 .Students will have three i days of vacation on April 8, 91 and 10 while ,the teachers go 'to] school. The teachers will reg- ister at the Fox Theater and li the Davenport Hotel. GIRL S C O U-WS The Brownie Scouts, withi Mrs. William Ordiwy and Mrs. Don Winans as leaders, ! ertterained the parents wih a "coffee 'hour" on Tuesday at i the City Hall. Abottt 20 girls divided into two groups, with one group .teling the Brownie story and the other group do- ing the style slow, indicating ttm preparedness for M1 kinds of weather. PERSONAL MENTIONS Ihving Easter Sunday din- ner with Mrs. Anna Murray were Mr. and Mrs. Don Mur- ray and family of Oolville, I-Ielene Finson and Bazbara, Francie, Phip and Steven Murray, Arthur Coffman, Le- roy Cochran, Abert Vllar, Jearmie King and Jean Ander- son of Spokane. VisRiag overnight last week with Maude Ditberner were Mr. and Mrs. BiH Scott of Ed- monton, Aberta. Mr. 'and Mrs. H. C. Van Dorn of Pasco spe t, he Easter weekend with her. On Sunday `the Lauren GIffiths and ,the Ab Gr- fiths drove  Coeur d'Alene to dL,e and enjoy the ride. Monday eveng dirmer gues of the Gri/.ths were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ahem of Reardan. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. GIenny of Republic were Monday and Tuesday visitors at the Waldo Jackson home. Gen Jackson, vCho has been :home for the ,holidays, left on Wednesday for Pacific Lutherat. The Ernest Ahlfs were hosts for Easter Sunday dinner for the Bayard Merrimans OF Spo- kane, the Tim Merrima.ns of Cheney, Mrs. Harry WilLs, Mrs. Mamie Parmeter, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ahlf and family and Mr. and Mrs. Perry AMf and daughter. The Ed Mahones had as their Easter guests the E. L. Mahon family and the Dave Henry family of Spokane. The Wes Huffs drove to Springfield, Ore., on Thursday evening to spend the 'holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mer- lau and family. Having Easter dinner with the W. D. Wynias were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morgan. Visitors at the Fred Johnson home during the Fast week were Mr. and Mrs. Rahph Bred- crick, Mrs. Pearl Broderick, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sog, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peterson arid family, Mrs. Mary Loomis, the department of laSychology at EWSC, Cheney, .have had an t)portum'y to become ac. quairted with Lakeland Vil- lage and the ir`te,eettmlly handicapped child during the Fast wiater quarter. The stu- dents 'have spent seven Satur- day mornirgs at Lakelrd Vil- lage admitting individual inlligence tests to some se- looted residents under e st- pervion of `their ctors, lr. Cupp arid Mr. MGee. This program was preceded by far. real iastrnclom lee on mental retmdaior, ,and in`tel. llgence ,testing and concluded with a guided tour of e cam- pus at Which time the overall: program of care and training was, visualized and some clin- ical entitie were idenified.  CADET TEACHERS HERE Three new cadet teachers will be spending some Cdme at Medical Lake from EWSC. They are Mrs. Elirmr Chatman fourth grade; Don Kaeboz eig'h grade, arm Ted Salmon sixth grade. CRAFT CLUB MEETS Craft Club mt ,on Thursday a, fterrmon 't the CRy Hall. The projeot for *am day was foam craft. Bernie Warden and Bill John Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. K. Haynes at Saturday's apprecia. K. Berg, Bob Lambrigh.t and tilon day drawing. Sidnev Mr..and Mrs. Jim Barns. laster Green h, ad his name drawn :o Sunday dinner guests were receive $13' in trade. Consota- Pete Arp, Albert and Floyd of ,tion prizes drawn were for Tyle:r, Nina Iansel of Cheey, Rose Hutehison, Lweliyn H- Marilyn Henrdrtg and Mr. and brick and Rev. Bitlups Rav s l Mrs. Bill Kuhn and fmily. Service was in cha e th I A family dinner at the For- ' rg the Pioneer Service assisting, rest Clark home found the Roy Keenes, `the Arehie Lairds and YOUTH HOLD SERVICES Beginning Sunday everting the Youth Fellowship of the Community Church will stxm- sor a series of revival services every Sunday evening for six weeks. There will be con, gre- gaional singing and special music. Guest speaker SU be Dr. BillJ Graham, via film. All are invited to attend. REBEKAHS MEET Rebeka,h social club met on FNday evening t the ,home of Mrs. Marie Ahlf with Eva Hines as co-hostess. Drawing win, nets were Alma Va Lehe and Mary Countxyman. TWILIGHT CIRCLE MEETS Twilight Circle met last week a the ,home of Mrs. Pen- rose with Anna MaMne help- ing `to serve. Rev. Mr, chaplain at Eastern State Hos- pitM, was guest speaker. the Joyce Keene family of Spo- kane as guests. The George Palmers drove to Colvi.lle last week to aend the Veterans of World W I District 9 'meeting. On Easter Sunday they ted with Mrs. Penrose and Mrs. Anna Ma- lone. Having Easter dinner with the Fritz Gilbreth family were the Norm Graham family, the Don Wirmn family and the Loren Von LObes. Doug Sonneborn and his guest, Jack Alvis, from the eoast were 'home for Easter. Doug wil2 spend his leave wR'h his briber, Lt. Edward Sonne- born, at Oeeanside, Calif. Having Easter dirmer with the Jolm  were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Blough of Spokaaae. Easter Sunday dinner guests .of the Arlie Barte.Ys were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fuson and Lyle, Mr. and Mrs. ohn Syprejda and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grub of Four Lakes. The Hugh Glas2ows were among the 21 persons present for a dinner of the Gbasgow and Tesch families at the Bud Glasgow home in Esfanola on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ALlan Beck- with, Mike and Terri of Seattle spent the past week at the home of Inez Watson. On Sun- day they were dinner guests of the A1 Svensons. Other guests were the R. B. Hutchi- sorts, Mrs. Agrtas Heyer, Mar- lone Brown and Nell and the Frances Llewel:lyns. Mr. and Mrs. Martin and family are visiting in ths area. Mr. Martin is superin- tendent at .the Rainier State Schocl. The Walter John'sons and the James Youngs of Spokane drove to Clarkston to spend l the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. [ Joe Cameron. , F-R-OM P-AST Medical Lake -- 1924 J. F. Goldback was in a col lision on the Normal highway a short distance from Cheney during the snowstorm Wed- nesday evening. He sustained severe injuries. 1934 Medical Lake's new sehol has been completed at a cost of $26,764. The first floor has four grade school ooms, lav- atories and ,lgh school cloak rooms. On the second floor are the Library, commercial rooms, scienee abatory and two' high school chss rooms. Money for the building was raised as follows: District 326 bond election $10,000; state aid in grant, $9,000; staite aid in! grant (additional) $3,661; and federM grant, $4,300. An addi- tional federal grant of $1,200 (bringing the government's share to 30 per cent) is pend- ing. Patrons ,of the Medical Lake pubic school are invited to a public open house April 2. Q. J. Lefevre will give the welcoming ,address. Other speakers will be F. H. Kirch- hoffer, L. M. DimmRt, state high school supervisor, and Miss Jean Sou'les, eon,nty su- perintendent of schools. Mrs. Wil%m Baldwin was honored with a Shower party March 27. Present were Mmes. Lovett, Minniek, Crosswell, Buterfield, Standish, BarthMo- mew, Sweet, Hood, Ahlf, Peter- son, Bednosohek, Heyer, and Vauhn. Miss Thee Hall entertained membem  the C. I. C. clas at a party recently. Presertt were Sheldon, Vaughn, Bilfie Luders, Arthur Theimens, Clifften Keene, George ThieIe, Heath tItttchinson, James Anderson, Charles Svenson, James Sven- son, Ernest Bogart, Eugene Ablf, Bob Kingery, Roy Bark- ert, James Hardesty, Ralph Mortz, Eugene Hackney, Rich- ard Vaughn and Jene Youst. 1944 Easter Stm, rise services will be held by the Community church on the bank of Medi- cal Lake at 6:30 Sunday. The services ,are to be .held just south .of the Brett cabins. Louise Gregory and Gordon Conors were baptized on Palm Sunday. Attending the scred con- cert at the Federated church in Cheney last Sunday evening were Sgt. and Mrs. Saul, Mr. a,nd Mrs. George Delabarre, Mr. and Mrs. Kofmell, Rev. Baldwin and Miss Ruth Glas- gow. Miss Maxine Voss and T. Sgt. Donald Wilson were unit- ed in marriage March 24. The young couple were Suaday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Shle. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney John- son are parents of a girl borr, April 1. 1954 Speakers at the Toastmis- tress club meeting were Chro- line Kuehne, Katie Wynia, Alice Hathorn, Gwen Aspund, Frances Flannery and Gene- vieve McCormack. Mrs. Alvin Plein ertertained with a supper party hon,,g Mrs. Joe Moldovan who is moving to Spokane. Guests in- eluded Mrs. Claude Mace, Mrs. Worth Eustler, Mrs. Joy Searls, ls. Larry Castle, Mrs. Russell Riddell, ,Mrs. Roy Butts, Mrs. Frank Shaw, Mrs. Alvie Arth- ur and Mrs. R. H. Clinkin,beard. Mr. 'and Mrs. C. L. Arthur of Spokane are parenfas of a daughter. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. Arthur. CARD OF THANKS We wish ,to expregs our sin- ;cere lpreciaion @or the tok- e,ns of symthy extended to us a ,the oss of our father.+"-" !I.ster Lefevre and family Quimby Lefevre and family a3 @ FOR RENT Nicely furnished apt. Three hrge rooms, one bedroom, full bath, steam heat and gar- age. Reasonable rent with util- ities furnished. Inquire Apt. 3, }ridet House Apts. a3-10' Espanola News By Katherine Holloway FORMER RESIDENT DIES torn in Stilwaer, Minn., on June 15, 1887, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moody, Olive Esther Lehn died Tuesday evening in a Spokane nursing home, bay- mg nearly rear,bed her 77th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lelhn had celebrated their glden wedding anniversary just a year ,ago at a reception given by their children at ,the Fourth Memorial Church parlors. Mrs. Lehn ertered the hospital on Nov. 12, never regainirg her hea:lth enough to go ,to her home. She came to Spotcane as a girl of 14, where she entered and graduated from what is now Lewis and Clark High School. She .then taught school for two years in Stevens Coun- ty and the next two years in Tucker Prairie School in this area. It was here she met and on April 30 of 1913 married Bernt C. Lehn, a farmer. They lived here for 39 years bere retiring to E. 1609 llth ave- nue in Spokane. While in this area they belonged to the Wau- leon Community Church and later to the Methodist Church at Edwal. Her funeral yeas held at Haz- en and Jaeger Funeral Home on March 27 with burial at Riverside Memorial Park. The Rev. Eda,rd J. Undernil of the Fourth Memorial Church, of which the Lehns were mem- bers, officiated. Pall-bearers were Keith and Murray C:eder- bl,om, Stanley and Eric Swan- son, Art Halverson ad Fred- erich Peterson. She was the mother of A1-i vida Williams of EsFanola, Rev. Howard Lehn of Oakes- dale, Rev. Robert Lehn of Cher- okee, Iowa, Donald Leh of Spokane and Richard and Bet- ,ton Lehn of Farmingon. She ,had a son, Jack Lehn, who pre-i ceded her in death in 1959. There are also 22 grandehil- drert. Her mother, Mrs. Charles Moody of Seattle, also survives. Sisters surviving are Mrs. A1- vida Gibbs of Auburn, Mrs. I Lydia Bl,oom .of Spokane, Mrs. i Grace Nygren of Belleview, Mrs. Ruth Bowen and Mrs. Ada Stone ,of Sea*le; her brothers, David Moody of Cashmere and Carl Moody of Yakima. GRANGE NOTES BIRTHDAY Aman, da Alberts, only char- ter member living of the Es- panola grange, was honored on Friday evening with her .kfe story enacted at the Es- parmla grange 45h unver- sary meeting. Past masters also answered the roll call with a word :on the gain they received from the office they held :an.d the 25-year members told why they joined the grange. It is interesting to n,ote Chat many joined to "play baseball" ,and stayed on to be- come good grangers, despite the fact .there are no more baseball teams. (Maybe 'after 25 years they are o lorger able to play ball.) A,n Easter hat parade was held with Marilla Wybr- hey pdaying the Easier parade music. Being the honored guest, Amanda was asked to draw a name for the attend- ante drawing and obliged by " her own name. The duWi'rgs committee presented he honored guests with a dee- orated birthday cake. On the supper committee were the Ed Bests and the Claude Beatties. Fourteen guests weer present, many of them Pomona offic- ers. Coming from Veradale were the E. C. Hodgsons. Oth- er guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Christerson, Mr. and Mrs. Quieten Landreth and Ilene, Mr. and Mrs. W,arren Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kessler, Dwight Beach and lary Jane Hankel. Lydia Schiewe resg,ned as home economics chairman and Lula Tilson was elected to re- place her. The April 10 meet- ing will begin wth a debate on medi-care by .the Medical Lake debate team, under the direction of Mrs. Jamison. The debate will begin at 8 p. m. sharp. Everyone is invited to hear this group, which is in its first year .of de bting and is showing much promise. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Mabel Sheaf arid her mother, Sarah Highfill, enter- ained ,on Easter Sunday with a family gtherin,g at their home. Taking ,part were the Oscar Musser family, the Herb Kukuk family, the Gary Fine family, the Bill Munsons of Chewelah and their grandson, Roy Rogers, Arthur Hefner and Marie Baian of Chevtelah. On Thursday Mabel Shoaf, SaIah Highfill and Dona Musser drove to Spangle to at- tend Friendship Club mee,ting at the home of LillLan Cun- ningham. Sandra Musser /ms been home the Fast week, be- tween quarters at EWSC. Gall Ostevhout of Scattle spent the weekend with Terri Musser. The Gus Pehrsons a.t`tended a relief society birthday par- ty at the 'home of Mrs. Tom Scott in Cheney on Thursday evening. Julia visited with the Claude Nichols that evening. Mrs. June Cole was an Easter dinner guest of the Pehrsons. Easter dinner guests of the Earl Von Lehes we,re Mr. and Mrs. Dan De Chenne of Spo- kane and Mr. and Mrs. Watt V on Lehe of Medical Lake. Having Easter dinner at the Oscar Reitmeiers were the Bob Reitmeiers and Linda of Med- ical Lake and the R. E. Henrys and Judy of C h,atteroy. The Bill McGourins had Eas- ter breakfast with the Stanley Swansons ,near Waukon. Callers ,at the home OF Min- nie and Dave Peterson last week were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams and Fred Leigh of Millwood. Beverly Cogswell and Putt SelfTidge attended a leader traing meeting on Tuesday at the extension service at the county courthouse. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Theimens and amily of Moses bake were Sunday dinner guests of the Reinhard Theimens. Easter dinner guests of .the Chude Bea`tties was the Herb Gisselberg family of Spokane. On Saturday evening the A1 Willms and .the Claude Ben`t- ties enjoyed the smorgasbord at Reardan. The Ernie Moriavtys and Jack Perhaliuricks had Easter dinner with the Hoerner fm- ily. Beverly Cogswel'l and chil- dren were visitors at the Tuesday Cogswell home Mrs. J. L. Joel Cramer wf ter dinner Willms were the Daryl and the Spangle. The E. C. dale were guests at the ons. On Hodgsons and attended an Light meeting also witnessed ing of Linda Miss of The Loren Easter Fritz Lake. On Sunday his mother, Mrs. drove the Otto Mrs. Belle `ton to have to enjoy the Easter dinner Howard the Richard families of Ben Lehn, them. arvn, his b'trthday on 1 dinner 'at his ! were the Al lie and Annie Dave Hennings Mr. and Mrs. lariek of Mos weekend fridge and NOTICE OF SESSMENT IMPROVEMENT NO. 1 Notice is a public on Monday, April, 1964, at p. m., at the Hall vchere the regularly public Cuncil will jecons made merit roll for met District Town Council vise, r ase, ,modify the ,thereo, and clusion ordirnce. Any persons object to the !their i file s'u,ch Town Clerk t above date hag. Tha place for said Town Council Board of E purpose of sessment roll. By erder of ell Ben F. 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