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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, April 16, 1965 Medical Lake News Dene Collier Named First City Queen Miss ,Done Coer was crowned Gamin .unity Queen at the first ,anmml Coroatkm BaH Saturday eveniJg at the ,high school in front of a crowd of around 375. Princesses are Ane Mesee rd Sue S,bin. The fhalists had been rarowed by ticket sales to five con`tesants, who were then judged by the Spo- kane Lil, ac Festival committee. The girls wilt1 ride in the Med- ioal Lake float in the Lilac P,a- pade. Work on the ,&apos;oat is pro- ressig very well, considering the town started from scratch, n money, no materia,]s and n,o experience. Now the commit- tee has the money, materials and they are gaining exper- ience the had veay---by doing it. ,Saturday evening's program, with Chuck Heaton ,as master of ceremonies, festered the Eastern WashLngto State Col- lege ROTC choral goup. May- or Al Denton crowned the queen who in turn esented small cheeks to ,girls taking part in `the cortest. The drag for the dew p,rize, a televion set, ws w(m by Duke lrazier of Spokane. Upon beirg phoned late `that evening, .he ated he had nev- er won anything before in Bfe. I)acmg oRowed with the "ttoyaen" ,from EWSC fur- niSng he vnusic. The community ,has wrked very well togeth, er on this e- dearer and `they are to be con- gratulated. Ad now we wifl see the queen nd .her court riding orL the Medieal Lake float in the ,My 15 Lilac Pa- rcte .to pave the was' for many more to come. EASTER SERVICES Oatholic St. Arme',s Easter ,mass witl be sad t 10 a. m. With ,an Baster egg hut to fol- low on the ground, through tle ce of the adies Al- tar Society. There wll be o evening mass. Ily Saturday confessions will be from 4 to 5 p. m. ami 7o 8 p. m. Assembly of  will host a Good Friday joint sewice Fri- day everdn,g wLth St. TJothy's EpiopM Gommp:i`ty  St. $ohn's Lutheran churches tak- ing part. This sarvice begins a 7:30. The children's program at the Assembly of God ehm'eh w1 begin Sunday a,t 10:30. An Easter sing will be held during t%e 7:30 evening service. Episcopal,St. Timothy's will old `their regular 9 o'clk service Stmchy. They eld the lent service Wednlesday with evemng prayer and ,holy com- muron. This con,elded a ser- ies of services, held during ent in the homes. The Guild me Monday evening at the ,home of Rev. and Mrs. Hub- bard at Ctmney. Oommunity Oltrch wl hId two services for ,Easter, one a 8:30 with .the jtmiov choir. The Sunday Sehoo program vR1 begin at 9:45. Mouldy Thtmsday sevviCes were held Thsay owning. A joint endeavor by Ela Knapp, Betty McGee and Ma- mie Pametee" has came up with 11 .gls for a uniov clmir. Tking pat are Greclm Bin- ,ham, Cauda Holiday, Debra rson, Jeanine Morse, 1a, r- en Van Lehe, Wemly Mussew, Ithy Toble'. Janice Tl, Su- san Broyles, De Ing ml Becky McGee. LuthevanSt. 5otto's finished tber enten ,services this week Tktersdajr. The Sumy School Will hold tlmir F_astew eg bunt  the city park Satm'day after- 0oa. The children  Meg t the aster service at 11:15. HOT LUNCH MENU ,1Vorchy  Hamburgers, rel- ish, catstp aud mu.d, peas rd vrrots, d lCkles, cherry cotage prodding and m. Tt.eay  Turkey nedie soup, ht rals mui butter, erckes, confetti salad, orne seotiorm mad turk. Wednesday- Old fashioned beef stev, roiled w]aat muf- fins arm butter, cot 'ge cheese with pineapple mad nlk. Thursday  Spanish rice, tosd satad, bred and butter, cookies .ad milk. FriayGriled cheese sal- vek, macarom salad, green beats, .gold cake with lemon suce and milk. YELL LEA[)ERS CHOSEN Chosen for yell leaders for the coming yeo were Ncy , Pat Doyle, Lee Nicho. Say Stimson ad Teresa Brew- or. The junior varsity lelers wi be amonnced next week. On Wednesday the dl team leetion for the Oaz<linires was made. By Katherine Holloway MEDICAL LAKE ROYALTYThe three beauties will rep. resent MedicM Lake in the Spokane Lilac Parade. They were chosen at the first annual Coronatien Ball held in Medical Lake last Saturday evening. Left to right are Anne Meserve, princess, Dene Collier, queen, and Sue Sabin, princess. CITEDMrs. Ruth Lemley, Teachers at recent meeting of left, was presented a life mere. Medical Lake Pre.School PTA. bership in the Washington Making presentation is Mrs. Congress of Parents and I Rita Imler, PTA president. MEMBERSHIP GIVEN At a recent m eetin of the Medical Lake Pre-Schol PTA, an he,craw state fe member- ship in the Washino Pan- gross ,of larents ,and Teache ws presen`ted to Mrs. Ruth Lemley by the unWs president, Mrs. Rite Imler. Electon of ffieers ws ,heLd for `the ,coming year. They are, Sue Strom, president; Barbaa Secord, vice president, and Janet Syprejda, secretary-treas- urer. They will be installed May 13. The progran or the evening will be on swimming with a junior Red Cross re,re- sen`taller. SCHOOL NEWS The elementary shol PTA wil meet Monday at 8 o'clock to ,hear Waldo Jackson, assist-  superintendent at Lake- lnd VLllge, 'speak on "Con- cepts .and Attitudes n Mental Retardation." The Region, am WEA met Ap- ril 9 nd 10 at Tacoma with Jay Wood a,rd Jim Vma 1Vhtre attending. Senator Med of 'Washington, D. C. spoke on federal aid to education. Cecil rmn, executive secxetary, also spoke. ;Mecal Lake sht a dabble- ,header last week with Fevris. The first game was lost 5-2, with Butch Deon and Jim Bright pitching. The Oarls won the second game 2-0, with Jim Glen pitching, string out eight. Chuck Akerman did the cat0hg. The game wL.h Kettle Falls Mortday afternoon pedu,ced a 4-3 victory. Jim Glen s`tuck out 10 and allowed three hits. Larry Bauman was the teading litter with two kits. They will meet Oheney today. The junior varsity will play Cheney Monday. Liberty will come ,here for a flame Tues- day. On April 23 they travel to Otmtteroy far a game with lvevs}de. On the 20th they go to Spangle for a ,flame with Liberty. Some track dates are ,april 14 arid 21, with Uhewek cm- ing here, nd on April 23 t East Valley. The termis team, coached by Lero LeMters, has been m y. They meet Reavdan Tues, la ad at East Valley Th,urs- d(akursday- was the day for the inter,school .debate. This will climax the delmte se:asoa, for .the year. The pep club Will ttokl an all day bake sate 1at Swigart's Sattrd!ay ,and a car wash at the Standard Sta,tion. They need to raise money for uniforms .and .for banquets given. The socia,1 studies meeting was held Monckay at Blair School, with all the social stud- ies teachers in the distivt ex- pected to attend. iN WARFARE SCHOOL Marine Private First Class Richard L. Jeness, s>n of Mr. and Mys. James R. Jenness of Route I, Medleal Lake, par- tici'pated in the Third Marine Division's week-long counter- guerrilla warfare school on Okirmw:a. Tle school, held in the nor- them training area of the is- land, included instruction in arsenal resupply, self and first a, id :ad day and night amphi ions tactics. 'SH()TS' SCHEDULED Salk polio and other vaccine will be .avaiMble at the Medi- cal Lake Pre-Selmol Cete Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. Espan01a News By Katherine Holloway LAKELAND TO ENTERTAIN Twonty,nine members were present at Espan,ola Grange Friday evening to welcome two new members by degree work, Mr. :and Mrs. George Me,serve, and Tony Appel, by demit, from Waukon Grange. Evelyn Wi,ims had ,her name drawn but was ot present to reject the jackpot. Das,ter readings were given an the pr- grm, a character armlyss of egg preference done and a seed qu, held with Helen Cyr ,and Claence Heaa,nin.g `the win- nora. Children from Lakelnd Vil- hge will eneertain with a war- }ety s:how ,at 8 p. m. April 23. WOMEN TO MEET The Eslanola Women's Club will meet ,at the home of Edn Reitmeier with Elsie Cogsve,H as co.hostess Wednesday. Cur- ren`t events will be used on roll :call. Plans will then be completed for the May recre- ation meeting. Representatives from thie club and the Four Lakes group will be present at the immunizati0,n day in Medi- cal Lake to hand out cookies made from Bulgar. Receipts will be available. NEWS IN BRIEF Dspanoh Township meeting was he,ld Monday evenin,g at the hme ,of Mr. artd Mrs. Got dan IIodgson. Chrence Gordon of Califor- nia visited with Mrs. Mabel Shoat Thursday. E'drm Reitmeier attended the Dames style ,show ,at the Who will be leaviag in th near future. There were 22 presert with Mrs. Ethel Cum- mings assisting. Easter decor- ations we,re used and  gift was ,presented to `the ,honored guest. Sun,day evening dinner guests were Mr. ,and Mrs. Hugh a ,of Spangle. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Gffith ad Greg of Chelae vLsited over *the weekend with Mrs. Lily Snede ,and Mr. and Mrs. iarion Manning. Mr. and Mrs. Bud AMf and Billy spent the weekend at Twin Lakes with the A1 Far- bees. The regular meeting of the Order .of Eastern S`tar yeas hed Monday evening in loneg farm. The ,assoate matron, AIice Hinkley, was iustaBed. A mem- orial service was held for Li- lae Moore. Mr. and rs. Ben Morflan, who are spending same time in Iot Spn, Mot., were visit- ed for the school ,hohdays by Mrs. Katie Wynia and Mrs. Cude Morgan of Spokane. Evelyn WiHms entertained Esther Circle of the St. John's Lutheran church women Wed- nesday ,at her home. Mary Mag- dalene Circle met with Mrs. Mille Gepferd Mort@ay eve- niag. Mr. and Mrs:. Loron Von Lehe and familjr were Su,nday dinner guests with the Bud Swat amily in Spolne. Mrs. Henrietta Wilkes drove ito WaRa Wa,lla, U, Saturday to at- tezd the confirmaU, on of her , ephew, Eugene Walker, at the Emmarmel Lutheran chureh. From there .she trav- eled to lVIilton-Freewater to hear a spcM prog'a,m by Rev. lobt Niemn. Twilight Circle of the Com- mun, ity churoh wLU meet April i 27 at the home of Mrs. Robert  Cook. Plas re being made WORK DAY HELD for ,a rummage sale in the fall. On Wednesday 10 boys from Avone wishag to donate any the M,edica Lake FleA had a items may contact Mrs. South fieLd work day. They tiled and ,or Mrs. Bittups fr pick up. seeded two acres to dry hnd seedirtg. TIRs in,valved hetflin rocks, tLlling, seeding and p ing, pius hauling rocks. A clhiken din'nor was enj,oyed at ]Don. PERSONAL MENTIONS On Frida Mrs. Peggy To arrived to spend soe time wih the Alton Tookes and the Jim Secerds. Her husband, Pfc. Larry Tooke, is being sta- tioned in Germany. On Sunday Mr. ,and Mrs. Jim Secord and son drove to Ken- .newick to bring Mrs. RuthHut- ton to spend some time with them and the Tookes. Mrs. C. W. Gumaz and son, of Seattle ,are spending their vcation at the Joley ,home. Mrs. Lerm Penrose returned home after our months in Bel- liuSham with Mrs. tbay Harm sad Mrs. Gten Green. Mr. ,and Mrs. George Palmer attended `the Raacks and Auxiliary No. 1806 of the World War I Veterans meeting in Spokane Thursday evening. Mr. 'and Mrs. 2ames Grig- ware left on Monday by jet fr WasMngton, D. C. to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lambert. He is with the Associated Press, fomer of Spokane. Marie Seimer of Cheweh visited with Mr. ad Mrs. Nick Haidy last week. Kevin Lle:wellyn left Wed- nesday to visit with the Don Browns at Tekoa. His larens joined him on Saturday. Mrs. Evelyn Durfee enter- tained at lunch Sattwday in honor of Mrs. Lonie Lioyd, Mr. and M. Cude Garner ,attended the birthday party Sunday t Cheney City 'al in honr of Frank Showalter and ary Ahworth. Mr. and Mrs. Wiam Parks ad Mr. ,and Mrs. Wil1am Tut. ,fie of Spolane drove o Eter- prise, Ore., to v'mt with the Nell Parks amly. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Jansse,n and fatally (xf Okanogan, were he superintendent of sch.oo, wrrived Wednesday to vim't with the Caude Beatties. Thursday `they were 4hmev guests ,at the Herb Gisselberg family in Spolne to celebrate the 'birthdays of Chude Beat- tie and Janet Janssen. Mrs. Rosema Bleckwith and bs atd Inez Watson tave aived here from Seattle to spend a week. AA Beekwith will i j,ain them in a few days. Dixie Kukuk and childre spent the spring vacafizm in Blummer with `the Bert Den- neys. ,Mr. arrd Mrs. Rich Naccoi of Spokane were Sunday guests of `the Fewrest Ctaxks. Lofty Glasgow of Moses Lake spet :some time vi'ting his parents last week vChile at- tending the education associa- tion meeings. Larry Mrse and Bob I-hrt drove to Seattte over the week- end on business. The John McKowns received word from their amily in Cherokee, Iowa, that they had to abandon their homes hat week for higher ground. The Fred Crppe,n mTily and Rosie Outran and their homes were in the path of the Sioux river. campus ,at EWSC with Sndra Rettmeier Thursday evening, Sunday dinner guests at the Remeiers were Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hemw of Elk. Micky Moriarty and children and Dick Moriarty drove to Wenatchee on business Wed- rmsday. Mr. and Mrs. lAoyd Krmpp drove to Marshall Lake Thurs, day evening to visit with Mr. ad Mrs. C. E. Grimes. Stur- day eisitors and dinner guests at the Kaapps were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Marshall and N,an Mrshall of Me,cow. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arnold and children of Spokanle visited Sunday. Visiting ,at the Johnn-Hol- oway home Thursday were Mrs. Florence Sehultz of Wau- ken ,and Mrs. Myrtle Ableman of Tyler. Sud.ay dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Matt Tan- ning and Paula ,of Spoka'ne, Dorma Harris of Ty,er, Cllee Wilms of and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hepton of Che- hey. Evening visitors were Jim and Steve Johnson of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris of Tyler. On Thursday Roberta Mauer had as her guests Mieky Mor- iarty, Patt Selfridge and Joyee Reilly of Waukon. At luncheon at the Women's Club at Har- rington, Dorothy Darby Smith reviewed the show "Hello Dolly." On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Bill MeGourin entertained with a birthday dinner ho,ori Mrs. Don Lambert of Cheney. Other guests were Don Lam- bert, Dan Lambert, Michelle BMlengrad and Mr. and Mrs. John McGourin ,and Mike af ,Spazgle Mrs. McGourin was a i Wedne,sday luncheon guest af the Floyd Smiths at Colbert. I Friday :evening Gary visited with Jim J oh'nson and Sunday with George Mann in Srolane. Lavia Swanson of Wauko,n was a Saturday visitr of the McGourins. Kathleen and MieheRe Mul- lin .of Spokane spent several ied the Graham ami]y Sunday to Osborne, Idaho, to %sit with the Charles Gilbreh family. On he drive ,home they visited with Mrs. Laura Graham at Ooetr d'Alene. Thursday eve,ning rotund Mrs. Conrad Cox visitin,g with Juhe and Evelyn Pe,hrson. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Gus Pehrson attend- ed the Thursday night talk on estate taxes. Friday visitors were Mr..and Mrs. Charles Stevart. Mrs. Pehron visi;ted the Hugh ackmans Sunday afternoon. The Gor@o Hodgsons spent Saturday arid Sunday at the John Hodgson home a Deer Park. The Albert Rosenaus were Sunday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Huflh Jaekman nd family .have moved in`to their new home, which has been in the building stages since last summer. They have lived in the basement for six ears. Richter, Wimberley & Ericson 708 ONB Bldg., Spokane 1, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS qo. 79129 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County uf Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of MARY R. FARRO, deceased. Notiee is hereby given that the under- signed has been appoirted Executor of the above estate in this Curt and has qualified accordingly, and that all crsons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessar vouchers nlon the undersigned at 70 Old Natiorml Bank Building, Spokane, Washington or upon Richter, Wimberley, and Ericson, the attorneys of record at their office at 708 Old National Bank Building, Spokar.e, Wash- inton, and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at the City of Spokane, Washington. within six months after the first publication of this notice. or they will be forever barred. Date of the first ublteutton ef this notice is 16th day of April, I965. Frank A. Farro };xecutor of the above estate. Paul H. Richter Attorney of Richter. Wtmberley & Ericson 708 Old National Bak Bldg., Spokane, Washington 09201 (April 16-30) Davis, Trezona, Chastek & Lorenz 302 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wn. NOTICE TO CREDITORS N). 79150 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingtor in and for the County of Spokarm. In the Matter of the Estate of days with their grandp,arnts, HENRY E. PETERSON, d ..... ed. Notice is hereby given, that the under- the Richard Mankes, durin,gisignl has been appointed ]Executor of ,-,rl xr,rfirn 1", und rs [the above estate in this Court and has ,.:wltx v,aa-.. .. '-- *". ' I qualified aecordingiy, and that all per- Errol Sanders of poKne vts- so having claims against said deceased ited Friday and Saturday I .... equired to ...... laims, duly veri- . - ' " [ fled with necessary vouchers, upon the Jamee C ogsw was an over- I undersigned at 302 Fidelity Buildir*g. nlnhf .4" af C.'o#dhn Cry-[ Spokane, Washington or upon Norman t,.*,.v   t ........... [ F. Trezon, a the attorney of record at ham Saturday. She accompan- his office at 302 Fidelity Building, Spo- katie, WashingrLon with proof of such of the Clerk of the the City ef Spokane, six morths after of this notice, or barred. Date of the first notice is 16th day Norman F. above estate. Davis, Wrezona, By Norman F. 302 Fidelity Bldg., (April ORDINANCE An Ordinance Council of the Town to exchange Lots 1, 2, ]0. Resurvey and Lake, Spokane CountY Lpts 4 to i0, both 12, Hallett's First of Medical Lake, ington, repealing adopted March 3, for the effective date l Whereas, the Town is currectly the 7 and 8 i Block 10, rection of Medical Washington, which devoted to Whereas, Proposed to the Towl', to exchange said by the Town for clusive, in Block Addition to the Tow Spokane County, Whereas, the Town of Medical would be for the to accomplish such o/'e, Be it Ordained of the Town of The Town Oouncil by authtvrized to owned by the Town to-wit: Lots 1, 2, 7 Resurvey and Spokane County, 4 to 10, btAh in Itallett's First Medical Lake, Ington. The above exchange the best interests of fit of the Town Such exchange terms a n d Council may by With the approval C cil the Mayor and shall make, deeds, ec.ntracts may be necessary property in Ordinance No. 31 proved March 3, pealed. This Ordinance and effect five ds approval and I Introduced, ] Council and 7th day (;f April, A. E. Dentor, kttest. E. A. Approved as to Merritt A, Johnson,, (April It Zing into spring! in a new gbewolet '65 ChevroM '65 Chevelle Malibu ,-Door '65 Chevy 1:I Nova '65 Corvair if you've been sifting tight waiting foe just oue kind of ea00, with Sust oue kind of powe00, at just oue kind of price-wait no longer! Chevrolet. It's a bigger, more beautiful car this year, Which is why that handsome silhou- ette could be mistaken for ears costing a thousand--even two thousand--dollars more. Chevelle. This one's got lively looks, spirited power, a softer ride--and remarkable room atop a highly maneuverable wheelbase. No wonder it's today's favorite mid-size car. Chevy zz. No car so trim has a right to be so thrifty. But thrifty it is, with money- savers like brakes that adjust themselves and a long-lived exhaust system. Corvair. Ask any '65 Corvair owner how it feels to drive a car with such easy steering, tenacious traction and r_no siverear-engine power. And be ready to do lots of listening. HIGH gi#g into s#rlna in a now #haveolet, Shevelle, goevaie, Brown and Holter 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY