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Page 6 Clney Free Press Fri, day, April 9, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Television Station Will Host Students Seven Medical Lake High Svtmol students and teacher Bill Zappone will attend the secortd an,nai Electronic Jour- rmlism Workshop Saturday sponsored by KHQ-TV and Eastern VCashYngton State Ccrl- lege. They will be amon,g more than 100 sttrderrts from Inand Empire ,high rsehools Who ave epected. The students will tour KHQ- TV facilities Where they will see radio arrd television news beirrg gathered, writte and broadcast. They will see and parctpate in video taping, filming arid twoway remote news commurdeation. Those attendirtg will then be taken by bus to EWSC for lurtch, where they will partici- pate in on-the-air brodc,asts on the two cal'lege stations, KEWC and KEWC-FM. Studencs will AWARD WINNERS--Jim Johnson, Dixie Oliver and Toby May- field (shown left to right) are pictured at fifth annual Future Farmers of America banquet last Saturday evening at Medi- cal Lake. They received award during the evening. Medical Lake OES Officers Installed have an opportunity to trse the [ Irrstailation for newiy+lected EWSC campus and facilies ] officers ,of Loyal Chapter No. arid learn abwat the EWSC aca-]]43, Order of Eastern Stash, was denic program in radio and held March 27 in the Rebekah tetevi,sion. a]tl ,at Medical Lake. frrstailed were Emma Man- ning, worthy matron; Marion PROCEDURE INITIATED Dr. E. H. Wyborney, medical director at Lakearrd VilSage, has initiated armw procedure of !preventive mecine aimed at poving the medical care for the 1,300 residents of Lake- Sand Vllage. Begin,ring in mid- J.amary, he ,ad Dr. E. G. Pea- cock ihave been givirrg corn- plete physical examinations to the residents rf each of the hal. By complethaa exac- tions at each aall before mov- in on to the Trext trail it is arReipaCed that the entire pop- uatin will be exa, mined with- in a peried of six months, at which time .ttmy will begin gatn ,at the fist 'hatl. This loeetwe wH atow each resi- dent to be examined twice a year by ,the same doctor. Manning, worthy paton; Alice Hinkley, associate ma,tron; Al- bert Hinkley, associate patron; Maude PiBard, secretary; Elsie Sveson, treasurer; Ethel Cum- mirrgs, conductress; Geraldirm i.lbert, as,sisting con, ducta's; Jennie Flemming, chaplain; Ruth Haidey, marsffrall; Ellen Brown, organist; Alice Roberts, Ada; Barbara King, Ruth; Eve- lyn King, Esther; Edna Hollins- head, Edrra; Norms Seeord, Electa; Jo Welborn, warder, and WRliam Durfee, sentinel. InsalKrr, g .officers weme Emil2e Perlain, instaHin mat- ron; Ezra Potter, i'rmtailirrg pat- ron; Ruth Turner, i marSlal; Oh Lloyd, installing, clmphin, and Okadys Oimore, [ .ogaafist. The project of the new wor- thy matron and patron will be Sor Poirrt upholstered clrairs for ca'oh station for the coming year. BOWLERS TRAVEL Five employees fram Lake- lanfd Vigage raveled to Yak- ima to take rpart in an armual event among 'six is+dtt ,at Skookum Bowl. Rairder Sclml came in ivst. Other sbhools attevrdn: g were Yakima Vattey, Fir CTest, School for he Deaf and School for the Blind. Taking part in the Sa- twday eve were Wfldo Jack- son, Olerm Wac:htnmn, Russell Lyons, Gle,rrdora loberts and Mar)ory Dietz. Wdo 3ackson !scored high for Lakeland with 205 ,an,d Lendora Roherts with 183 for the women. A chili feed was enjoyed after bwl- ing rat the ,home ,of Joe From, superirrtendent ,at Yakirna Val- ley. HOT LUNCH MENU Mond, ay- Italian spaghetti, lettuce wedge, 1,000 Island dressirrg, .hot French bread and butter, prunes and milk. Ttmsday -- Celery stcks, turra ,sandwiches, corn casser- ole, butterscotch squares, dark cherries anal . Wednesday -- Roast beef sRces, roast gravy over mashed potatoes, coffee bread and but- ter, jello vegetable salad, apole- sauce and milk. EASTER PARADE SET grten  ',,st grade pupils will entea'tn parents April 15 with a special pro- gram phned, entitled, "Eas- ter Parade." rs. Ruth Lenal and Mrs. Iartet razure are in dma'ge, Gxp pictures ut the ele- mentary school will be taken "lhmsday. Report caaxis will be given out Wednesday. FINALISTS SELECTED Five ts have been chosen in the quee contest for the commurdty float for the Lic Parade. Fts were ose wth the top ticket sales:. They were Sharon Tysen, Sue Sabin, Derte Co, tier, Terri Mus- ser and Anne Meserve. They met Tuesday or lunch at Spo- karm with .fltree members of Lilac committee from Stm- karre. From ,Metrical Ike were Larry Smith, Mrs. B'dl Whit- mer, Don Kyle mi Jim Wi&l- Jams. Saturday evening at the M,gh school .the queen  he nned arid evewned by Mayo A1 Denton. Ohuck Heaton will be master of ceremonies fr the program. Danrg wffi. foX- ew. Jim WiHmms states the fot committee is coming alorg Rood. LEADERS MAKE PLANS MAYFIELD WINS AWARD Toby Mayfield, FFA presi- dent and master o,f ceremonies for the fifth annu,al banquet held Saturday evening, was pleasantly surprised when he was accorded the Washington Banker's Association certifi- cate by Bob Cook, of the Na- :tional Bank of Commerce. Toby, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Mayfield, received the ,hon- or for his outstanding contri- bution to the local chapter. Nearly 120 members, parents and guests were prese,n for dinrmr and a program, wch was presented entirely by the boys. In charge ,of the dinner was Mrs. Bea Von Lehe, Linda Von Lehe arid Terri Musser. The invocation was given by Rev. Bdllups, with Lauren Me- gay wet.coning the parents. rs. Woodward gave the re- span.se ,and guests were intro- dtmed by Lyle Hlgson. Re- ports ,on the convention a Pulfman .and the Porthrtd Ex- position were given by dele- gates 5h,n Jeaen and Jim Jo. Rick Culhertson Rave a timely tMk on "Cheawicml Control," quoting frrn "Silent Spring." Water and wir,,d eros- ion Teports were ,given by Bill Crossman azd John Woodaard. Dave Lidela tod o' "Blacldeg in Cattle;" Bob Knotts 'gave a readrg and Mike Rider talked .about safety ,on the farm. The program, on work of She year, was given by Wally Labsh. On the lighter side vth mue and Chatter, Jim Kirhn nd Ever- ett Meserve enteairred. Jim Johnson was ,given the $25 ,award, vChich was avarded by Don W'man, in bh of the Medical Lake bank. Officers of the ,etrapter arrd thor harvest bail queen, Diarme Von Le,he, lresented the onarary C%ap- ter Farmer Awards to Mrs. Don Jeasen, Dick Heyer a, rrd Don Kyle. Chapter sweetheart pre- sentation vzas made by Dn Kukuk and Darmy Turnbough, and the past sweetheart, Kath- leen Adams. Dixie Oliver, daughter ,of Mr. artd Mrs. Bruce Over, received the jcket with the runnerup, Mary Ooss- man, receiving a necklace. COOKS MEET The Uook's AssoeAation met at Blair Morrday with the Che- ney cooks and their adinirds, ator, Mrs. Storey, and Doro- thy Kukuk ,a'd Edna Andersn from the Medical Lake school Miss Ruth Could, Spokane County home demonstrator, spoke .on the use ,of Bgr in STUDENT DROWNS A senior ,at Mdieai Lake Itigh Sctrool, William F. Hil- bert, drowned in Lake Penal Oreil.le Saturday. He made his home at 9163 A owa on Fair- child base with ,s parents, M/Sgt. and Mrs. Robert J. Hil- bert and a sister, Sandra. He was an Eagle Scout in Troop 142 at the base and also a member of the Fairchild DeMolay ,chapter. His funeral was held in Chapel No. 1 at the base Wednesday, with Chaptain Sanly Emerson officiating. He was buried at Fairmont Mem- orial Park. IN FAR EAST Marine Staff Sergeant Larry C. Huff, son ,of Mrs. Edwin Stewart of Medical Lake, is serving with the First Marine Brigade, which recently depart- ed its home base in Hawaii for duty in the Far East. OES TO MEET Loyal Chapter 143 will meet in the IOOF Hall in Medical Lake Mon,&ay, at 8 p. m. with Emma Manni,rtg, worthy mat- ron, arid Marion Mantling, wor- thy patron, presiding. RESIDENTS ILL [r hospitals this week are Mrs. Gladys Hatter, Mrs. Moe ,and Mrs. Fellows. TICKETS PRESENTED The Spokane Symphony pre- sentey 20 tickets to Eastern State Hospital so that patien,ts might enjoy the orchestr Tuesday eveninlg. Last week 20 women patients attended a tea in their honor ,at Central Lu- theran in Spokane. Another 30 wert to lunch at St. Mrk's Lutheran. Saturday there were 12 Up:i- versity of Notre Dame psychol- ogy students from Nelson, B. C. visiting .at the hospital. Shadle Park Future Nm'ses club will be guests Thursday. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Mi'lon Kukuk faxail vsted Saturday with Mrs. Dora Mathes and family in Spokane and Sunday with the Herb Kukuk family. Don I-hrderbook of Oaiif- orm, a  spendin a few das at the Fred Johnson home. Surrday visitors were Mabel Hansel, Nina and Nila of Che- ney. Jim and Billy Kuhn were afterrmon visitors. On Fiday the ohnsons visited in Deer Park with Mrs. Broderick. Mr. ,arid Mrs. Del Johnsen o Deer Park visited on Satuxhy with the Jolmsons. Mrs. Efiory entertained with dirtrmr Saturday evenirrg in ,hoinor of Carl's birthday. Ouests were Mr. nd Mrs. Mill Grub atl(i Dick and Eddie Ros- enau of Tyler. .Mr. arrd Mrs. Jerry Hines artd daughter of Belfair are spending the week with Mrs. Eva Hies. Mrs. Betty Tooke, Mrs. Bar- bara Secord and Terry dve to Kenrmwick for the weekend. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lewin arrd Mrs. l%uth Hut- ton. Mr. ,and Ma's. Sam Sunder- turd of Cheney were Sunday dirmer guests of Mrs. Florence Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Barter and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fson. They aiso drove to Salem and to the sea Shore. Lyle came home this weekend for a visit in Medical lake. Mr. and Mrs. Re,ben Preuninger of Coeur d'Alene, cousin of Mrs. Bar- telt, aiso visited. I Mr. and M. Bud AMf and] Bil, Mr. and M. Perry Ahl[ ad daghter', Mr. and Mr r. [ Ernest Ahl drove to Twin J Iaakes Thursday to visit with; the A1 Farhers. On Smaday they I drove to Witts Lake. A Scout Leaders phnng meeg was lel,d Tneschy at the home of Jian Van Matre. Plans were made for ttte April 26 pack meetirtg a the City tIa. They dso 'dcussed plans for the remainclr of  year. Thursday -- Meat lie, car- the ,school lurrches. [ Herb Baker and Norman ,ot sticks, bread and butter, [ -- J lforse fished at Banks Lake on apricots and milk. I BARRACKS TO MEET [Sunday. Friday- Ttma noodle ca.s-J World War I Barracks and J  -- serole, bred and b,tter, salad, ]Amdliaj No. 2963 will meet [ Few things are impassible pineapple upside dwn eake]Tueschy, April 13 in the City [to dRgence .and skitl.--John- ad milk. al. Is,on. i ....... CHEVRON MOTOR FUELS MAKE COSTS GO DOWN CHEVRON GASOLINES. Detergent- Action keeps carburetors clean  dissolves gums and deposits. Chevron Gasolines contain Methyl . It's th dif- lerent anti-knock compound that helps b=::: :: cut all the power built into your engine. Your engine warms up quickly, gives ycv. :- : =': performance and economy right away. CHEVRON DIESEL FUELS. Detergent-Action AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor 235-6378 keeps fuel injectors clean and free of "deposits, rust-proofs the entire fuel system. Your diesel engine runs smoother, works harder. is more economical and lasts longer with Chevron Diesel Fuels. Chevron Gasolines and Diesel Fuels are the finest and our delivery is prompt. CHENEY TRADE[HARKS  '*CHEVRON. s AND CHLr'VIION DESIGN @ Espanola News By Katherine Holloway ACHIEVEMENT DAY SET Representing the Espanota W, omen's Club Friday at the Spokane County extension club council meeting were Ollie Henning .and Edna Rettmeier. Achievement Day has been set for May 6 ,at the Cheney City Hall with a tour of the EWSC campus to follow. All club women are urged .to attend. Espanola Grange will meet Friday evening with an Easter program being planned. Gran- gers are lookirg forward to entertainmea,A by Lakela:nd Vil- lage April 23. PERSONAL MENTIONS Sunday afternoon visitors at the Etrgene Wyborney home were Mr. and Mrs. Wagner and family ,of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth John- son and chidre,n of Spokane were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Carl Johns,on home. Ma- rie Conley visited Saturd*ay. Mr. ,and Mrs. Frank S efridge and children drove to Warden Friday to spend the night with Mrs. Laura Brabie. They also visited with tbe Chuck Sel- fridge family. They spe.rrt Sat- urday at the Jack Penhalluricks and Sunday were dinner guests of the Lee Penhalluricks. They visited the Rodney Butler fam- ily before retu,rning home. Jack Pen, hallurick acco,mpan- :led them. He will spend sever- al days with the Selfridges and the Moriartys. Weekend guests at the Ernie Moriarty ,home were Chuck Hays, Myrt Chase and Patty of Moses Lake and Dick Moriarty of Selah. Sunday afternoon vis- itors were the Jerry Pickle family of Cheney and the Ray Whitmores of Spokane. Debbie Wtnan was a Friday and Saturday visitor at the lome .of Karen Von Lehe. Wendy Musser spent Sunday overniWht with her. On Sun- day the girls attended the birthday party- for Jennine Morse n MeScal Lake. Saturday visitors at the A1 Wllms home were Mr. and Ms. Luke Flood of Davealrt and Mr. rud Mrs. Hgrae SI- verson of Spokane. The Marvin Willms family were Sunday dner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kirk and girls of Pom- eroy came Tuesday eeng to spend the sprirtg school vaca- 'tien. Wednesday dinner and over- night guests at the IAoyd Knpps were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Grimes of Newport. Sunday drmer guests at the Jack Cogswell :home were Mr. and Mrs. Dick W'. fldms , of Deer Park and Diarme Wiran of Medical Lake. lod Ven Lehe eeqebrated his 13th birthday with a fam- ily dinner Surday. Jimmy O1- Four Lakes t By Mrs. Larson STORK VISITS Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Reitmeier are parents of a baby girl, born Monday. She joirts a brother, Kent. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reitmeier St. are the paterrtal grandparents. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. De}mer Fitzner and family and Dick More were Sunday nner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grifen at Plummer, tda,h,o. Mrs. Michael Miller was the guest of honor at a stork show- er Tuesday night at the Or- ville Phillip,son home. Mrs. Phillipson arid Mrs. Thelma At- kis were the hostezses, ,ad 22 guests were present. Darrell Phillipson attended a youth fellowship conference at Tonsket last weekend. About 20 ymng people from Cheney ,and Four Lakes attend- ed. Mr. antd Mrs. Boots Earls- court and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Larson spent the weekend in Walla Walla. Larry Ray Larson, Oppor- tunity, and Jerry K. Larson spent the weekend with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Da,vrell Lars.on and children and Cindy Larson were Sunday evening guests at the Sidney Larsons. Mrs. Sidney Larsen spent Tuesday visiting Mrs. H. L. tIiekey in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. George Streup were guests at the Jack art- ford home Sun,day. They hem ored Mrs. Strou, p on her birth- day. Mr. and Mrs. Hovrd Jur- Re,risen, Wilbur, were Sunday son was an overnight guest Tuesday. Wayne Hodgson vis- ited Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McGourin Amanda Alberts and Renzil Me- Lain attended the funereal Wed- nesday in Spokane of Joach- atom Swartz. Later Amanda a,nd Renzfl visited with Mrs. Rawles and Mr. and Mrs. Al- vin Mullendorf ir Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pehrson returned Movxlay from a week's visit in Salt Lake City with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hodgso had as Fiday visitors at their Veradaie 1/ome Mr. mad Mrs. Gordon H, odgso and Mrs. Han- son. On Sunday they and ShLr- tey were dirmer guests of the Norman Hanson family at ar- field. Bill Bauman was a Fri- day overnight guest of Wayne Hodgson. Mr. ,and Mrs. Pete Mag,u- son .have received word from their grartdson, Ron Lindquist that he is ,home .on furlough from Viet Nam. They expect to see ,him this week. guests at the Jurgeren is i Manly. Mr. and %sited Mrs. Jim Mr. and and Agnes Kaufman, on Mrs. Sara week. Mrs. Maude ner a1d kane also rick. Vernon of Mr. ,and was injured accident in He is tIeart. PERSONAL Mrs. tairmd for evening with ne,r. Mrs. Jesse Brovn were a family home of McCorma.ck Mrs. Mr. and and family Saturday at home. Mrs. Jesse urday Mrs. Earl Mr. and Atmira, Sidney is a sister The Lee don families ' elogue The ,at he Four the member new SuTrday. i Wilcox, iortd, :and Mr. and fer have hst few in .at Deer fer reports the lake. Sun, day derfers were Cailerman Bert Kraut gess. Last week derfer stration ,at oa the making. Mrs. Lane, :spent irg her Stmday, Bert wth the and Mrs. Spokane with There people in too: much of a ma:n3 nethmg, says: ' ;ouneil. Mighty Mom ! 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