Newspaper Archive of
Cheney Free Press
Cheney , Washington
April 17, 1964     Cheney Free Press
PAGE 6     (6 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 6     (6 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 17, 1964

Newspaper Archive of Cheney Free Press produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, April 17, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway 6 Medical Lake Students Earn Perfect 4.0 Grades rl ill ...... .. Pour seniors and two juniors top the third rAne week honor .roll at Medical Lake High School, each erning a pea'feet 4.0 ,average. Margaret Bhck, Cynthia Gray, Steve Prescott and Mar- tha Wotzei are the seniors. Bey Harnmn and Dane Young 4.00; Virginia Ford 3.83; Gall Alson 3'.80; Donald Taylor 3.80; Raedeene Wood,yard 3.80; Karen Mink 3.75; Ran Ri'chmond 3.67; Shirley Glueck 3.60; Sbigeke Wyland 3.50; Pete Kuhlmann 3.50; Gary Glasgow 3.33; Jean Breckman ave the juniors. Other horror rM1 member& in order of cMss nl grade professional education pro- gram. She is Mary B. Wyborney, daughter of E. H. Wybarney of Medical Lake. Miss Wybor- hey is a jurAor majoring in so- cial studies at EWSC. 3.20; Barbara aase 3.20; Ter- ry 1Villes 3.20; Renee Edmonds 3.17; Diara White, i,1 3.17; Cyn- O FROM IHE P'I Espanola News By Katherine Holloway FILM TO BE SHOWN Ken Kessler of the Grange Insurance ssociation will show a film, "Budding Amer- ica with the Grange," at the with them to their home in nex meeting on April 24. Kirkland. ':Medi-care" was the tope of debate by Mrs. Jamison's group M. L. GIRL ADMITTED from MedicM Lake High School A Medical Lake student at at In,st Friday's meeting. Ollie Eastern Washington State Col- Henning was elected o fin the lege has been ,admitted to the ,of home econo,mics chairman. Supper was sewed by the Pete Hans.on and Leo tIolznagels. t'tga Adams 3.00; Jotm Brev?er NEWS IN BRIEF Spending the spring vaca- tion a,t .the Claude t.atties were he Alvin Jmassens of Okanogan. Janssen, super- tendert at the r 'home in Spokmae were Mr. and Mrs. John Labish, wlo won high prize, Gordon Hodgson and Marie Coniey with low scores, and Albet Rose rmu with the aveling prize. On Wednesday An'ra Hodg- son and Shirley, Irene Rose- nau and Mae Sather ,of Wil- bur drove to Tekoa to atend the funeral of Harry Hollen- beck. They we,re lunch:een guests :of Mrs. Reed Han.son and visited with Mrs. Kate tla,nson. Shirley returned to Wilbur with Mrs. Sather to spend the spring vacation. She returned home Sunday when the Sathers were Sunday din- net gues'ts of the Albert Rose- naus. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Eamie Mor- iarty helped Mr. and M. Don McCandless celebrate heLr wedding anniversary with din- nor on Monday evesing. David Oka, nogan Bartlet spent several days last lint,  that order, are: Freshmen- Barbara Page 3.83; David Ralphs 3.83; Tom Rasmussen 3.83'; Dennis Dun- can 3.67; Jim Bauman 3.50; Stuart Yourg 3.50; Dick Sicher 3.33; Jill Cressman 3.17; Jeann i Furd 3.17; Mike Oba,nhain 300; Connie Carper_Cot 3.00; Medical Lake -- 1924 schls, a, ttended the teacher's week with Danny Moriarty. Gilbreth 3.00; Grog Gra- Mr. ,and Mrs. J. Stanley Hal- comer enves in Splane. On Sunday visitors ,at the Moriar- ham 3.00; Mike Jones 3.00; Lin- left, Miss Theo Hall and Mrs. lnursaay evening the Beties tys were Part Setfridge, Cora da Patterson 3.00; Shieia Tyler Meda Gflkey of Medea Lake arid the Jangsens were birth- Wigen, Vera Seifridge and day dinner guests of the Herb girls, Stan a.nd Harold McOartd- 3.00. were guests of Mr. and Mrs Gisselberg family in Slkane. t l, ess and Lee nd Jack Pen- C. A. Gilkey Sunday. The Hal- The ,occasion was the birth-Ihiallurick. On Monday Micky FFA CONVENTION SET , 'lets have just returned from a Several :hundred boys from trip t'o Ingl,and. days .ofJan?t Jass'e ,nd Moriarty and Ptty were lun- FFA chapters will gather at i tlauae eratue. on unaay the I chen guests of Mrs. Sue Stev- Beatties were dinner guests of [ezs in Spokane. Pultman April 15-18 for he the Amos Griffi{hs in Spokane. J Thurscay callers at the Bill !annual cenvertion. Rewesent- 1934 ing the Medical Lake ea Miss Damphrm Lowden, Other guests were Mr. and/McGourin home were Mr. and ,,'ill be Toby Mayfield. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. ,Ler A, hern, Mr. and i Mrs. Charles Kuckenbuch of boys will be attending mee George Graupner of Newport, Bill Doll, Ms. Mary Griffith. I SwarrSon of VCaukon. The La- ,  t trs. Ao trntm, mr. and Mrs. I Davenport and Mrs. Stanley ings, public parliamentary pro- were married Sunday after- Latex in the day the Beatties [ry Plummers of Spokane were cedure and public speaking rmon at the Layden home. visRed with Mrs. Minnie Ahern/ a,lso visitors. Gary Mann spent contests. The conveat2on will One of the l,arget charivari.s and Mrs. Mildred Sawyer. [ several days wi,th George wind up with a haaaquet with ever held in this vicinity Cx>ok Mrs. Anna Murray was a Mann in Spokane. On Sunday various ,awards given, plaCeMrs. :atFrankthe homesehm.Of Mr. Mrs.and Sunday e v_ev2ag visitor at the the MeGourins were dinner Schmitt is the former Miss home of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Am- guests at the Kuckenbuchs in o.ld. 3.17; Aleta TayLor 3.17; Sylvia Agams 3.0; Gary Brayles 3.0; K'ahy Mayer 3'.0; Jerry McCor- mick 3.0; Scott Petesdorf 3.0. Sophomores Portia IAg. gins 3.83; Lola'aine Allen 3.67; Margaret Hol,brook 3.67; Dixie Oliver 3.67. Vaessa Birdsey 3.50; Larry tLauman 3.17; Mary Cressman 3.17; Mary Lo Duma 3.17; Bm'bam unds 3.17 Janet Kottey 3.17; Chavli Sampson 3'. 17; Larry Breckman 3.00; Benr,e Kennedy 3.00; Pam Lachenmyer 3.00; Gar3 Mama 3.00; Sally Stimson 3.00. Ju,mrs -- Bey Harmon 4.00; Diane Young 4.00; Joarme Whe 3.83; Jack Hein 3.60; Carl Liggins 3.60; Esther Lig- gins 3.60; Sina Brush 3.50; lVike ShankLe 3.50! Alonzo Wea'tz 3'.50; Scotie Perry 3.33; Korea Tenkin 3.33; Shellie Mi' 3.20; Iatln Serpinas 3.20; Chris Gieb 3.17; IAnda MacDona, ld 3.17; Brenda Sell- eck 3.17; Dick Burlingame 3.0); l,agaret Funk 3.00; Fed Per- kins 3.00. Semiom  M, arga Black i 4.00; CynCMa Gxay 4.00; Steve Prescott 4.00; Martha Wetzel OPEN HOUSE TO HONOR MONTE MOORES . An open house, :honoring M. Monte G. Moore or heix 50bh worldling amaiver. sary, 1 beld aturday. A 18, fr(m 1 to 5 p, m. in the I. 0. O. F. din'ng room. Friends are ilavited. WINNERS NOT PRESENT On the last two Saturdays winners have not been present when their ,names were drawn at the ,pprec'mi'on Day draw- rag. On April 4 the names of IAnda and Terry Long were drawn for $:74 ad last Satur- davy Vma Humblecon ad *his name dravn f $30. Pioneer Union Service was host the previous Saturday, wRh Swnode's She.g Service ssisting. irming $2 were Herb Baker, Shorte Caffanaa, Alvie Whit- ney ,and John Dormeier. At Saturday's slxw M. Lily e was mishress of cere- monies with M ,ardrrg's Supgly asssia. Scripts of $2 were given to Mary Brant, Ray Keen arid Mrs. Eeanor Ahf. MACES SEE DISASTER Mr. rnd Mrs. Ulaude Mace, accompanied by their daugh- ters, Mrs. Art Tryon and Mrs. lVrge McParlng of Spokane, spent two wee vg in Caornia. They spent some time with M_. Charles Moah- er and ,her .guest, Mrs. Carles Olin, Spirit Lake. Some of the phees they vigted were Cap- itran, to, KnoCt's Berry Faz ad Disney'lal, On her re- turn trip they were re-routed by tm destruct-ton left by the reva tidal wave at Crescent Cty. They ,also vised with tle Ed Mace amiLy at Wash- ou. SOCIAL CLUB TO MEET The lbk,h social db will meet on April 24 .at 7:G} at the home of Mrs. Lila Swanson. Ra'li oal wi be a vered by a quotation for Matimr's Day. GRAHAM SERVICES SHOWN "IVaere ,are st'da fou more ill,ms by Billy Graham to be seeat at 7:30 eah Sunday eve- rang 'a the Comm.tmityi Olmrch. The youth group of the o.httroh  in vharge of the programs. They will ra serve refreshment. FARM TEACHERS MEET T. y-fie acaional agri- culmre ,teadaers from this area were pasen ,at he amm d- tri vocational agriculmre on April 9 t the YM. CA ing..Russ Glad,art of the stckyarcls ,gave a presen- n on re in Ecua- dor. He spent some time there in December of 1963. Joe Mag- iss0s, ste superintendent of ugri edmonton, told of farm legishtim, m 1963. JUDGING CONTEST A,tteniding the fat livestock show at Rear dan on Saturday were Loren MeKay, Sam Bel- cher and John Jensen. Several classes of Sheep, swine and beet were judged. Loren Mc- Kay ranked tenth high in in- dividual judging. PTA TO MEET The elementary school PTA will meet on. April 20 t the school o elect ,officers for the comirg stmol year. The social studies group will meet .on April 21 at 4 o'clock with Charles Booth speaking in the geography area. SURPRISE SHOWER HELD Renee Sl, oa, n was surprised Sunday afternoen when she visited t the ,home of Joyce Hebert and found about 20 of her friends ,gathered for a bri- dal slmwer. Helping Miss Heb- er were Gaff Srni, Sandy KIimaeier, Pat Staly and Jean rig. Renee wl be ed on May 9 to Keith G. Nye f W, aLa Wh, who is staioned at Fairchild. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Ken Queener ad fam- ily of PotlatCh arrived Thurs- day to spead ae weekead wish the Roy Keenes and the Yor- rest Clarks. Mr. and Mrs. Creorge Daw- son of Seattle visited with the George PMmers on their way to Iowa. J Linda Sue Harmon, who makes ,her home with ,Mrs. Lily Snte, spent her school vaca- tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Harmon, a Odessa. Mrs. Sn, ode spent MaXlay vis- iting a4 Wenchee and Cnelan. Mr. and Mrs. Clarerme Dob- bins spent a few days last week visikng with Mr. and Mrs. Gerrald Dobbins at Fair- field. They also visited with the Wayne Siegels at Cle. Mr. artd Mrs. John Mitchell are ,at the Dobbins' home, hav- ing arrived Sunday ever.lag for a 10 day vaeatiom They nmke their home in Des Moines. Mr. rd Mrs. Ed Mace of Waslougal were weekend vs- itors at ,the Claude Mace home. Mrs. Charles Biups and cMldven spent several days last week at the 'home of her par- ens, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oarey, in I.ewisten. Mrs. Ed Stewart, who re- turned .home from St. Lukes Hospital last Smaday, is oing wel M.ter Bud Sta" spent e week- end at the Al Staples Imme. He has been in the Bremeaeton hospl the post three moths falowMg a fractured .leg stff- feted ill Jammvy. Mr. and Mrs. (M,roli Kaplan atnded a rural mall carriers district meeting on SUlndy at the Hodida$ hm. :Sunday was visiting day at rite Irvn Imhoff home. Henry and Vincent Before of Sprague their house guasts from Newport, Vt., Mr. and Mrs. E. Before, visited  did Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kingsley of Port A,ngeles, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hol- den of VCahtuena, Mr. and Mrs. W. Melarlain of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Loiter of Ceney. VisRing at the Ray Ander- son ,home the past week were Mrs. James Johason of Glas- gow Air Force Base in Mim tan,a, Mr. and Mrs. James Grigvcave of Colvile and Cher- yl Baldwin of Spokane. , Ray. nd Mrs. Harris SDmn, e will return today after attend- ing the Northwest Di.ict As- sembIy of God convention in Everett las week. Their three grandVhiklren, who .have been ! visiting since Easter, ret Olive Magnuson. On Monday of Last week Lars Peter Johnson, 75, Minnie and Dave Peterson passed avcay April 6 aer a drove to Deer Park tV visit Short illness, tie is survived by with Mrs. Re.n,a Peterson, who his wife, Mrs. Sarah Jelmson: is home from the hospital after three daughters, Beha mad Flossie at the home, arm Mrs. a slight stroke aad a fall. Barbara Grub of Medval Lake; The Lloyd Knapps drove to Newport on Sunday to visit five sons, Fred, James, lotto, Frank a,nd Woedrow at the with he C. E. Grimes family. frame. A baby g'wl was born to Mr. artd Mrs. Mike Glasgow April 9. 1944 Mrs. Vgfl Griea- enter,rained ary party hororing ,her son , . Present were Mrs. Holt and Johmay, Mrs. Vauglm and Noel, Mrs. Fu1e.r and Linda, Mrs. 01so a,nd Vicky Jo and Steven, Mrs. Englebrecht and Robert. Medical Lake high school sttderts aking part in a radio program in Spokan Sum ay were Bernadine RObinette Ted Hussey, BiN Brown% Jim Gil'belh Dona Demay, Bemay,- Brown  Norman Roloff. 1954 Dr. David Hem'y passed away April 12 in a 'local lmspital Where ,he had been since March 28 suffeng with Imeu- monia. He is survived by his wife, Henrietta, at he ,home; two sons, David Henry Jr. of Spokane and Thomas Henry, Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reit- meier ,and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lorer Van Lehe attended funeral services for Elnore Tarbert Saturday. ! Those ,attending the Spokarle Coun Cow Belles luncheon a.t ,the ,Creseen,t were Mrs'. Jack, Mrs. Artlmr Halvorson, Mrs. Jack Cogswl, Mrs. Bryan Shoaf, Mrs. Oscar Ret, meier and Mrs. Maurice Nel- son. SEVEN OTHER DANGER SIGNALS Unusual bleeding or discharge A lump or thickening in the breast or elsewhere A sore that does not bea' Change in bowel or bladder habits I; qJ; Hoarseness or couzh Indestion or difficulty in swallowing Change in a wart or mol See your doctor immediately if any of Cancer's Seven Danler Signals lasts more J than two weeks. | See your doctor every year | for a health checkup. .. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY  Home for the spring vaca- tion was the Bob Kirk nily. They spe their time with the A1 Wil,hrrs. Sunday dinner guests also were the Marvin : WiRms farntly. On Friday Patt Seifridge vis- ited at the Al Wiseman 'home near Amber. Weekend visitors at the Self ridge home were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Selfridge and girls of Warden and their guests, Mike  Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wigen of Pul, l- man. Sunday visitors were Jack and Lee Pen'haliurick of Moses Lake. Bringing .home prizes from a card  held Sturday I e. vening at "the John Teseh Davenport. Evening visitors were the Do' Lamberts of Cheney. Amanda /bes 'and Renzil McLain atended a Sons and Daughters o Spokane County PLoneers Iunehe,on at ,the home of Edith Magavt in Spokane on Saturday. Later they vited with the Irvin Imhoffs in Med- ical Lake. Four Lakes t Lenard Mace---RI 7-7606 SONGFEST HELD The CYF sin. gspirati>n was held Sunday ntight from 7:30 to 9 p. m. A large crowd was present. There were several special musical um,be by lo- cal ta'lent. RefreShments were served afterwards in the church basement. BIBLE SCHOOL PLANNED An ovganfi2aon mreel for vaoation Bble school was ,held at the Wilcox home last T,hurs- dy. Bible school will be held June. 8 through the 12 from 9 to 12 a. m. I SCOUTS CAMP O----'--UT Boy Scous had a camp out on the John .lnes ranch tast week, but they stayed only two days because o.f the weather. DEMONSTRATION SET E'a'in,e Phi]lipson, member of the Busy Fingers 4-H, will give a demonstration a the Spokane County 4-H demon-, stration day Saturday .at Lib- I erty High School. MEETING CANCELLED N,o grange meeting was held Friday because of several ill officers. Grange auxiliary was can- cel,led because Mrs. Alice Reit- meier s in the hospital with pneumonia. ILLNESS IS HEAVY Mrs. Alice Retmeier is in Deaconess ,hospital with pneu- m,onia. Ch,ude Crooks is now con- fined in `the Cheney Nursing Home. W. J. Sta'.derfer, father of Cody Standerfer, is in a nurs- ing .home in Spokane in very grave corditien. Mrs. W. J. Standerfer, moth- er ,of Cody Standerfer, is in the hospital with a virus flu. Mrs. Lorraine McMillan is now mueh improved a lmme after her bout in the hoslital. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Vaughn have returned from their trip o Riverside, Calif., where they visited their daagh- ter, lrs. lobert Ray, and their new grandson, Ro.bby. Mr. and Mrs. Del Standerfer atterded he Amber gun club dinner Mst Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wynstra atterded he weddirg of Ben. hie Cra'bb and Lonnie Baird at the Assembly of Gad Church in Spokane. Bonnie Crabb is L FRIENDS OF the daughter Crabb of cousin of Ma's. Crabb dng. Mr. and Mrs. for visited Mr. Krau`t and Saturday. Mrs. a for the town den club Cindy Thursday morrtirg with ents, Mr. arid of Spokane. Mr. and from ni, ght 'and Mrs. Sidney Icy is Larson's Sgt. with Sgt. and Mr. and a,mily wen`t o day ,to visit Kathy vacation with er, Mrs. Mr..a,nd and two and C'orrfie, from their Kan., Where parents, Mr. Akins. Mr. and Mrs. Pullman were and Mrs. Thursday nig i entire Jack Moscow, Ida), reunion in Jck's 75th Margaret pa, Idaho, for the lege o visit the She left ed Saturday. Mr..and Mrs. visited Mr. ardl and Mr. arid roans at Cour 4 day night. TheY ing their 18th versary. Specials in Hr. and MrL Monle 6. ARE INVITED TO AN OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1 TO honoring their 50th wedding I. O. O. F. Dining Room - Medi What are you doing a your son's nickname? There's no excuse tor the overweight, out-of-shape youngster--boy or girl--and the embarrassing they come by. Regular, vigorous exercise can help change fatness to fitness. What about your school's ical education program? Insist on a daily 15-minute session of honest exercise. For more information, send for the free leaflet from the President's Council on Physical Fitness, Washington, D.C. 20548.