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Page 6 Oheney Free Press Friday, April 10, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway d P HONORED AT BANQUET---Orval Ol=en, Medical Lake mer- chant, Loren Von Lehe and Gordon Hodgson, both area farm- ers, were honored at the Medical Lake Future Farmers of America parent-son banquet last Saturday night. They were cited as being of valuable service to FFA during the year. Jay Wood is shown in the background. Honorary Future Farmer awards were preseed to three men Who had been va,1- u, able to the group thaughout the year. These were Orval Olsen, k)cal merchant, and Loren Von Lehe and Grdma Hodgson, both area taamaers. A proud and ,happy Kh- leer, Adams wre the FFA ,eethea jacket. Her run- nor tip was Janiee Peck, who s presented with a neck- lace. Ben Re, he, speaker from Washington Ste University, spoke on "Plant Eeoaogy." He also showed slides, e,mphasiz- ing t`he three weeds that are becoming abundant in the western stes. The weed,s are medusa head, skeleton weed and yel star thistle. Show- ing of kles of the trip to the expoition in Portland lt fall were Ri:ch Laws a,nd John Woodward. Also on the trp were Dana Jensen md Lore n Von Lehe arid their advisOr, Jay Wood. FFA BANQUET HELD The Medie Lake FFA served ,a steak ,',dinner to ,nly 100 pemzmS Saturday evening at he ,aa'al pro'erR-son ban- quet, held in the eaeo,um. In charge of be steaks were Ma's. Dorathy Kukuk, wi the help of l_hncta Peck and Terri and Sandva Musser. Dan Jenn, presidem of the group, was master of ceremon- ies. The invocation was given by Bxuce Wood, . The parent wekme ws extorted by CAe senirl, Dick Jermess. Mrs. Don Jenscn responded in belmlf off te parents. Caig Grtb, vice president, intw(v dueed guests. Don Wirmm of the Medical Lake ben& .gave a bank certifi- cate aard to Irry Hodgsmi, based On leadership, scfflastic rating, cooion, scope of h ,project and his regu.laviCy of attendance. ay Wood, advisor to the group, presented a $25 cash award to Wally Labish. This ,mrd, givem by tihe bark, ws given .to the boy who ad de- served recognition for 'his beef project and home improve- mens. JUDGING BEGINS The FFA advisor, Jay Wood, and five mebers txx>k  in the at livestock show at Ritz. vilIe on Shnxiay. The team, which placed 14th, was made up of Darm .and John Jer, sen, Jolm Woodward, Sam Belcher ova1 Loren McKay. On Satur- day a group wR1 a*nd the Pavdan judging show. DINNER PLANNED PTS met on Monday even- g to make plans for the schohrShip dinner, style show aad school displays which will be held May 4 to m_=ise money. All who are ,invdved in the pliaanirtg of this eet are to attend the pent-teacher ex- ecutive meeting at the high school April 14 a 7:30. BASEBALL MEETING SET All boys who wish to play in summer league baseball are to meet at 7 p. m April 17 at the city ,hal. Players wiB meet at this ,time' with aeir sum- nmr coaches and receive their lineup. Any boy g to pay must have a roster sheet which must be turned in by Frkhy, 'May I, when they will again at ,the city lmll. HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS The ,baball am  y at 12:30 Saurday t NoPtlh Central T/Ks will he a double- header, A ,home game here wth Mead will be p kayed Agdl 17 at 7:30. The ,track meet hem at Free. man hig#a school last Thurs- day ended with a score of 95- 46  favor of Medical Lake. A meet was ,hekl Tuesday after school with Cheney, Deer Park and Freeman attending. N. E. Dstrict "A" League meets here on Avdl 18 at 12:30. GRAMPS RETURN  rh  Friday  a 10-week trip in Ca__toia. At Lmoor they visited  Mr. nd Ms. WiBiam Gmmps. They spe some ne at Pis- me Bech and vited Deh Vmey. On the ,retur trip .they visited friends along the way. DATES TO REMEMBER Thursday, April 16, 2:30 Na- tionl SChool Assembly wth Art Jennings and the "Life Story of a Clown." High school girls' drill team has car wash planned April 18. WWl BARRACKS TO MEET The Cheney 'and Me,cal Lake Barracks and Auxiliaey of World War I Veterans will meet April 14 ,at 8 p. m. in the City Hall. The state conen- ,lion, to be held in Port Angel- es the last week in Ju,ne, will be discussed. REV. MATZ'KE DIES Friends in he area received word of the death o Rev. Ahur Matzke this past week in Sturgeon Bay, Wis. R e,. Mtzke was pastor of St. JaIm s Lutheran dmveh until he re- tired severa years ago. HOT LUNCH MENU ,Motday (,hign school)--Hot dogs with mustard tnd catsup, dill pic.kles, buttered peas, po- tato hips, ice cream and milk. Grade school--Pizza, peanut bu'Rer sandwich, green .beans pepys and milk. Tuesday ('.high school and grade sehol)--reverse of Mon- day menu. Wednesday -- Chili beans and .crackers, corn bread and butter, jello vegetable salad apples nd milk. Thursday -- Cream of po- %o soup wih bacon, cheese wedge, celery sticks, jey sandwich, coffee cake: and milk. Friday -- Tuna noodle cas- serole, spng salad with French dressing, bread and butter, butterscotch squares a,nd milk. FRESHMAN TO REGISTER Fin'M restraion of Blair edghth graders, who will en- roll as freshmen in the flt, will be Tuesday. The elemen- tary school will have its firml registration Wednesday. SHOTS AVAILABLE Salk polio vaech and other inoculations will be available Wednesday at 10 a. m. at the  Medico,1 Lake pre-school center at the elementary school. FROM THE PMI Medical Lake 1934 Miss Dymphna Lowden, the datgher of Mr. atd Mrs. George Low,on, was married to Evan Gvaupnr, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Grupnex of Nempo, Stmday .aftetoo at the Lowden home. The Rev. J. I,yman ,,cles porfarmed the ceremony. Mrs. Lyd Bly, 74, passed aay suddely April 3. She s mwvived ,by two daughters, Mrs. Ira Kirchlmffer, Medical Lake and Mrs(I)ea Gilkey of SPOMs ne" Atom McDonald was guest of lmnor at a surprise birttgtmy patty Stmday. Guests were Mr. md M. Ohester Mc- DonaM, Ju,lia, Barry, Beverly Gazette, Mr. and Mrs. CAdence McDonaM, Mrs. Hansen and Mr. and ,Mrs. J. P. Baz and daughter Pay of Spokane and Mrs. Bwrnan, Mrs. Gatewood. Mrs. Wets, Esther Goldback, Ahce Svenson and Jean Sven- son. 1944 Mrs. Agnes Heyer was pre- sevted with a hydrangea plartt ,at the church services Sunday by the junior choir. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. BMdwin have purchased a three year old shetland pony for their son, Jack. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Welborn and Eugene Wanby of lrfland left last week for Philadelphia where both men will attend a six-week boiler maker school. Mr. aRd Mrs. Jason Hollo- ay of Tyler entertained t dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ditberner and fam- ily of Vera, Mr. and Mrs. Alvku MacDonald ,and family of S.p kane, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jolm- s, on and amfly ,of Edwall, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peuck o C)he- ney, Mrs. Murray I4al.tovay and daughter, Laurel Eliza- beth of Edvcall. This was the I-Iooay's 42d vcedding an- niversary aztd Laurel Eliza- beth's fixs birthday. 1954 Officers installed by Loyal Clmpter, OF, S, were Mrs. Eva Hines, worthy matron; Ezra Poter, worthy patron; Mrs. Mildred ChRwoed, associate matron; Ace Chitwood, assei- 'ate ptron; lLs. Maude Pillard, secretary; Mrs. Verna Fother- gill, treasurer; Mrs. Madetine Cheyney, conductress; Mrs. RUth Turner, ass'ocia con- ductless; Mrs. Elen Br(yvn, Jr. pst matron as marshal; Mrs. Rac`hel Clinkenbeard, chap- lai; Mrs. Ruth I-hidey, organ- ist; Mrs. Alice Tanner, Ado,h; Mrs. Norma Secord, Ruth; Mrs. Lure Palmer, Esther; Mrs. Hazel Lovern, Maa; Mrs. Gladys Walker, Electa; Mrs. Joe Welborn, varder and Al- bert Svenson, serne. Instal- ling officers were Mrs. Hen- rietta Wilkes, Mrs. Katie Wyma, Mrs. Medva Fuller, Ev- erett Furor, Gladys Gilmore and Lilace Moore. Mr. and Mrs. John Larson were honored on their 25th wg amfiversary with a SUlte p/arlty a he Hifi4brick home. John Shook, father of Mrs.  Avlie Heyer, pased away i a ,hospil at Bucldey. Mrs. Margare Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. John Hanson arm girls have moved into the house they purchased &ore the Lorn Von Lehes. The place is known as the John Fulbh. man house. Espanola News By Katherine Holloway DEBATERS AT GRANGE "Medicare" will be the topic of @ebaCe at Bspaoa grange m.eehin, g this evening a 8 o'clock. Debaters are from Medical Lake High SChool, under the direction of Mrs. Jamison. Everyone  invited to ,attend. CLUB TO MEET The Espanoh Women's club will meet April 15 at the ,home of Edna ReRmeder with Elsie Cogswe :as co4tosess. Every-. one attending is asked to bring a phnt to sfll. ' Beverly Cogswell and Edna ReRmeier attended the Spo- kane County Council of Home- makers on Friday, a which time they served the main dish at lunch. DOG TAKES HONORS Bonnie Bridget, the West HigMander W`hite Terrier of the Ernie Moriatry family, -took reserve champion hrs in the open class of the In- hnd Empire Kennel Club dog show ,on Sundty. BB also took second place in the feme class. She was shown by Micky Moriarty. She was also shown in the junior Class by Danny Moriaty. MARINE IN EXERCISE Marine Pvt. I/c William J. Kuhn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil. liam Kuhn of Route 1, Espan- Tyler News Mrs. Lethe PIotts Mr. and Mrs. Hap Owens of Seattle spent the weekend in Spokane and Tyler visiting friends .and relatives. Sunday evening they ,and Los Brown  md Gracie Michelson were dn- nor guests of Mrs. Emma Brown ad Mrs. Lore rm Trude- son at Sprague. Monday Mrs. Grace Michel- son accomparied Mr. and Mrs. Owen back to Sea:ttle where she will spend a few days vis- iting friends and relatives. Mr. ,and Mrs. Rezeau Plotts attended a grange fellowship meeir, g in the fair building at Davertport Saturday eve- ning. There were 190 present. Sunday afternoon they visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blauert at Spangle. Sun,day evening ey visited Mrs. Plotts Sr., who is ill with the flu. Mrs. Wllma Plotts of Cheney spent the weekend with Mrs. Plts Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and {amily were Sun@ay din- net guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ttoard Buob of Che- n ey II Mrs. Merle Petersn, Tyler grange home economics chair- nmn, had the judging of her coe entries at Tyler grange hall Saturday afternoon. The judges were Mrs. Helen Boats, Mrs. Verald Davis and Mrs. Betty Babb of Gheney. Mrs. Peterson said she had 19 ent- ola, participated Feb 29-March 9 in an extensive dese war- fare exercise caed "Opera- lion Winter Night" at the Ma- rine .Corps Base, Twenty-nine Palms, Calif. Mrs. Laura Braziel o,f War- den spent several days last week 'at the Frank Sefridge home. Saturday visitors were Mrs. Pearl Wiseman and Nan- cy of Amber. Su, nd,ay dimmer guests of Mabel Shoaf were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wood and arnfly and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Muser and family. Visitors during the week at e Jolmon-Hooway home were Grace Hall of Waukon, Water Blomgren of Edwall, M..and Mrs. Jack Peba]lur- ick of Moses Lake, Elinm" Mor- gan of Spok ,a,ne, Tony Trode,1 of Edwall mid Mr. and Mrs. if Jim Hepton of Cheney. Col- ' leen W:O!lms ws a guest of Nina Iffolloway on Sunday. Harold McCandless of C1e- ney spent the weekend with Danny ,Moriarty. Micky Mor- iarty attended the Boeing wives birthday dub in Spo- kane on Monday evening. Amanda AIberts and Renzil McLaLu attended the Spokane County :pioneer club on Satur- day t the home of Mrs. EdRh Maggart. On Sunday they vis- Red with the Irvin Imhs and Hazel Frick i Medical Lake: Su,nday dinner guests at the 1 Wilims home vcere Mr. mad Mrs. Marvin Wfllms and g'ls. On Friday even,ing the C'de Betties and the A1 Wfl]zns visited with the Heraee Solver- sens in Spotane. The Espaola tovnMp met on Tuesday evening at the Claude Beattie :home..Present were the A1 Wims, the Oscar Reitmeiers, the GordVn Hodg-: sons and Dave and Minnie Pet- terson. The Gordon Hodgsons Vt" i ed in Spolvane on Friday with Mrs. Doris Hodgson. Roddy Von Lehe celebrated his 12th birthday on Saturday with Jimmy Olson and Wayne Hodgson as s guests. Tuesday supper guests at the Bill McGourins were Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn McClure and family. Thursday ca.lers were Evelyn Wms and ]thel Manke. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McGourin .of Nevport were Sunday afternoon Visitors. Celebrating her birthday on Sunday evening with the Mc- Gourins was Mrs. Do Lam- bert. Oher gu,ests were Mr. Lambert and Dan, Mr. and Mrs. John Mcourin and Mi- chelle lAonglmb of Cheney. ties, nine dresses, five baking FOR RENT Nicely furnished apt. Three large rooms, one bedroom, fulI bath, steam heat and gar- age. Reasonable ret with il. tries furnished. Inquire Apt. 3, Eallet Mouse Apts. a3-10 Brown Insurance Agency MEDICAL LAKE SA 3-4301 AI RWAY HEIGHTS CH 4-9733 General Insurance a3-10 en.tries arid three needle work. There were nine blue ribbon winers. Mrs. Doris Bez of Cheney scored 100 pohats on her ehocolzte maeroon toppers (cookies), a score seldom won. N[r. Joe Scheel and his broth- er, Mel, of Post Falls, Idaho, visited their father a Walt:a WaHa Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea at- telded a Nazarene young peo- ples eanvention in Spokane Th.ursday evening as deleg,aces. Ardie and B'arbie Jo Able- man of Cheney are spending the week with their gran,dpar- enCs, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Able- man. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stengle and :sons visited Dond Davis Sunday evening ,ad shared IHrs. Davis' birthday cake, baked by her son, Charles. arge Retter and anly of Spokane spent Saturday With her mother, Mrs. Ar]ie Able- man. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jack- son and sons were Sunday din- her guests of the Gene Jack- s, on:s i,a Spokane. Marion Hansel, a o,rmer Tyler resident now of Che- ney, is ill at the Sacred Heart hospital in Spokane. SUPPORT U$O COMMUNITY To All Mothers THIS BEAUTIFUL Of Your Child One 8 x 10 in Deluxe Photograph On Satin ONLY Q 8x 10 IN DELUXE FI ' Picture Taken at the Medical Lake City Hall No Age Limit Family Groups Welcome $1.95 Full Price -Groups 50c Exlra Per Tell Your Friends and Neighbors Limited One Per Family Within Six-month Period Satisfaction or Your Money Back (Parent or legal guardian must accompany child ) Limited During This Event from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Your Selection of Proofs Hurry! Only 1 Day, SAT., APRIL 11, 1 Portrait By Gordoo 2023 NW. Bird m Lady, tlut'00, a job you don't have to The rug beater's given 'way to the electric cleaner, so why do a Job you don't have to do? Good advice for the government, too, especially now, at tax time. And the Job the government doesn't have to do? Spend your hard-earned tax money ($5 billion to date I) for more federally owned power plants and fines. fact is, nssstor-owned eleetxi' panics--like this one--are and butlding to supply all tricity you and all need to keep the Do you see any reason federal government to taxes on a Job it doesn't have WASHINGTON WATER Electric and Natural Gas Service /1/ []