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P 6. Cney Free _I__ day, ApII 23, 1965 Medical Lake Ne00- By Katherine Holloway M-L DELEGATES--Delegates to Girl's and Boy's State this summer from Medical Lake High School are, from left, Ross Elsom, Portia Liggins, Barbara Edmunds and Mar Agnew. They are sponsored by American Legion Post No. 136 of Spokane. DELEGATES CHOSEN ,Ross Elsom, Portia Liggins, Barbara Edmurds md Mar Ag- new, ,all juniors, who were Ch- sen to attend the 1965 Ameri- can Legion Girl's State and Boy's State 'as delegates. These VOting people are spon- sored by ?m,erican Legion Post 136 ,of Spokane. Financial arrangements are taken care of by the Parent Teacher So- ciety, the Me,oral Lake Cham- ber ,of Oommerce and the Of- eers' Wives Club of Fair- chad Air Force Base. The gi.Is will be in E1ns- bug from Sune 13 through Jtme 20 a.rd the boys will at the same time be at Parldan'd at Pacific Luthen University. REGISTRATION SET Kindergarten registration I tms been set ibr the i_t week i in lViay dring gular sdml hours. To register, a  must be 5 on or before Sept. 30, 1965. Bring ,a birth vertificate or other valid evidence. RATED SUPERIOR The 45 .mbe of  le- ment"y sdmol band, mder Oe direction ,of James Tho, teaded the music meet at Sad Park Hgh Sol, eel Sat- twday and received a superior rating. JOHNSON GRADUATES Second Lieutenant ,hines H. Johrtson, :son of Mr. and Brs. Carl C. John0n of Medical Iake, has been graduated froa the training cotwse for U. S. Air Force missile ad nuclear trarsportation slafety special- ists ,at Shelapard AFB, Texas. The lieuten'ant, a graduate of MeScal Lake High School, at- terded Eastern W,ashington State College at Cheney. GRADE SCHOOL SPORTS The main sports emphasized at the grade ,sch, ool this season are tennis mad track. They meet after scheal Monday and :Wednesday with Mrs. S mith, Mr. Johnson arid their assist- ants, Mr. Els and Miss Van Damme. PREVIEW ATTENDED Jay Wood and his aricu.1- ture class }udging team at- tended the Re ardan Livestock lieview Saturday. They judg- ed a class of .hereford steers, horthorn ,steers, two hmb csses and two swine classes. Taking oart were John Wood- ward, J'tm Johnson, l,aen Me- Ia, Dan Turnbou,h end Rich Cubertson. They vd'll attend the ,St. John Preview Saturday. TEAM LOOKS GOOD The Cheney track team came to Medical Lake on Wednes- day for ,a dual meet, osn 99- 37. Carl Liggins won three first places, Jim Baumn, two, Jhn Perry, Joe Wright, Jerry MurIy, Cqm,nce Glen and Steve Graf, each one first paee. They will ,have meets this week with Chevcehh and a East Valley. Mr. 'and Mrs. E. L. Mahon and family of Spkarm were Easter dinner guests of the Ed Mahons. Mrs. Dave Henry and giI% visited rater. Mr. and Mrs. IAmnie Loyd wi be honored with a potluck supger Friday evening at 6:30 a't the Rebekah ,hall. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Pilhrd drove to Enterprise, Ore., to spend Easter weekend vdth the Nell Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Mer}e Bacon " joined the Dee Ablemans of Cheney for a potluck Easter ddner at the .home af Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ableman. Mr. and Mrs. Jeim BaH are spending two weeks viMtin wi*h their son John in Seattle and with friends in Salem. Ore. The Earl Swansons and the Charle allrgers of Spolane drove to Kennewick Friday to ,attend the funeral ,of Russell Zook. Easter ,dinner guests of the loy R. Wcatherills were Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Brovn and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fisc,hev of Spokane. The Weathevills are spending this weekend in Ore- fine, Idaho, with Mrs. Margaret Jo]lfflson. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Batelt' were hosts ,at an Easter bia'th- day din,ner Sunday or the Ly,le Fusons and the John Syprej- das. Mrs. Bartet ad Mrs. Fu- son shared birthday honors. Weekerd visitors at the Fred Grub :home were the Fred Grubs of Pullman. Mr. ,and Mrs. M. S. Grub of Salem spent a week with Mrs:. Ellry and the Grub boys. On Sunday they attended church in Spokane and then drove to Fairfield to 'spend the day with the Alfred Bliesners. Easter guests at the Fritz Gil- breth home were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Von Lehe and family, Mr. aRd Ms. Bob Van Camp and "Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Don Wirmn and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Mke Giibreth and f amil, and Dob Knotts. Rev. and Mrs. James Terry left Tuesday to attend an As- sembly of Crod dish"it conven- tion at Tacoma. Mr. ad Mrs. Marion Man- rfing drove to their home in N,on, Mont. to spend the weekerd. Iaving Easte dinner with the John McKowns were Mr. and Mrs. John opper of Spo- ktane. Ladies Aide met Wednesday at the home .of Mrs. Ed C, ar- I new, with Mrs. Pearl Huff lead- "Who owns the Washington Water Power Eledric Company!" "Investors- thousands of people just like me !" That's right. Your electric company is owned by people. People like you and the teacher, the baker, the mailman... people who save and invest their savings in it. We're a people.owned and people-managed business, just like the more than 300 other investor-owned electric light and power companies throughout the country. And because of this, we have people constantly in mind. That's why your electric service is constantly improv- hag, in the traditional American business way. And why. it will always be the best there is, anywhere, an yimel THE WASHINGTON WATER POWER CO. Eiect.c and Natural Gas Service Espanola News By Katherine Hol|oway DEGREES RECEIVED Mr. arid Mrs. George Meserve received the, third arid fouh degrees ,in grange Morday ght, where they were taken by Mr. and Mrs. Caude Gar- ner. Everyone is reminded of the program to be presented by Lakelard Village: Friday at 8p.m. Mrs. Dan DeCl, hena]le s spending some time with the Earl Von Lehe family. Se w,as an Easter Sunday dinner guest aong with the Water Von Lobes .of Medical Lake. Coming Sun,day to the home .of Minme and Dave Peterson was their sister, Mrs. Frank West, Patevos. She will spend the week here. The Loren Von Lehe family sen the hoid!ay with the Fritz @ilbreths at thefir Medi- cal Lake home. Mr. and Mrs. Godon Hodg- son and children were Easter Sunday dinner guests of the E. C. Hodgsons at Veradale. Amanda Alberts and Renzfl McLain had Easer dinner with the Irvin Im:ho,ffs and Ha- zel Frick. In the aftern,oen they visited with Clayton Lausch in. ing devotions. Ollie Henning was elected secretary to re- tace Lilace Moore. The Eas- ter egg hunt Was held the same afternoon for church clikiren under the second gade ,age. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Morse and family drove to Chewelah to speed the holiday with Mrs. Pauline Berry. The "Couples" group will hold a hay ride Friday at 7:30 at the Ctaren,ce Rider 'lmme. They will lmve pizza at the Larry Morse home. Easter dinner guests of the Milton Kukuk fmily were Mr. and Mrs. Be Denny of Plum- mer, Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kukuk. Visitin(g with the Johnson- Holoways hst week were Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. G. Joffmson of Chermy and their house guests, Mrs. Jennie Sadberg ar,d :son Jerrs from Havenaset, Sweden. Visith during the weekelzd were Mrs. Mildred Ttmle and girls of Sakane, Mr. and Mrs. Justus Mertes of Waa VCa'la, the Kay Strieffs of Cheney ,and the Ken Jolm- son of Spokane. ,a Spokane hospital They also vhdted with Avin Mullendorf, Mrs. L. M. Ias arrd Jenme Cutp in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Webley ad girls drove :o Moses Lake to ,have holiday 4inner with Mr. ld Mrs. John Lesser. Visiting last week at the Howard Williams' home was Mrs. Wiltiam's brother, Rev. Bob Lehn, and his family of lorth Highland, Calif. The Bill McGourins were Easter breakfast guests at the Stanley Swanson home near Waukon. Easter dinner guests at the #ack CogsweH home were the Warren CogsweHs of White Salmon. In the afternoon the Cogswels visited with the L T. Cramers ,at Sprague. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Krmpo were Easter dimaer guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Steve arshal arid Nan Marshal of Moscow, Idaho. They dined in a Spo- kane restauran,t and spent the afternoon on a drive. Mr. and Mrs. Riclrard Manke were Easter day visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Manke at Paste. Ho,hday dinner guests ,at the home of Mrs. Mabel Sheaf were the Buck Sheaf family of Spokane, C}arence Gordon of Spangle. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Daniel'son od Amber and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Musser and family. Mary Wyborney was a Tues- day visitor at the home of Micky M, oriarty. Friday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Penallurick. Sunday visitors were Don McCardless and chil- dren. Mr. ad Mrs. Frank Sel- frid,ge and children were eve- n,ing guests. ,Mr. and Mrs. Les Grief, Rich- field, formerly of this neigh- borhood, visited with Donna M:ussev Friday. The A1 and Maawin Wfllms am}lies were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Dave Hen- rfing .home near Wauln. Smrday dinner guests at the Fred Johrson ,home were Mr. and Mrs. Los Gibson and girks of Oheney, Pete Arp and sons of Tyler .and Don Hardenbok. The Bill KUlms were fteraoon visitors. Mrs. Mary King of Mar- v.ha, H was a Friday visitor. Easter .dinner guests of the Oscar Reitmeiers Mr. and Mrs. Bob Recmeier and IAnda, Mr. arid Mrs. R. E. Hen. and Lonnie of Chattavoy a, nd Carol Tope ,of Spokane. Sndra Reit- Tyler News By Wanda Stengle Mrs. Han,k Konshk received word tha the 17-year-old son :of CLarence arm Aliee Hoell, :former Tyler residents, fell into a creass on Mount Gar- field last Thursday ,and was killed. He was with a group of Boy Scouts on a rock hunt. The body was found by helicopter )ilots Friday afternoon. Fun- eral services wl be held in Sattle. Mrs. Aice Hovel taehers school in Issaquaa. Philp Arthur Ryker, 84, Wylie Oity, Wash., died Satur- day ,afternoon in a one-car acci- dent in Yakima. Mr. Ryker was born in the midwest and setted near the Sprague, Tyler (and Edwall area wih his family in 1888. He retired to Wy,le City five years ago. He is srvived by his wife, Ailsie, at home. Services will be at 1 p. m. Tuesday at Yak- lma. Guests of Mrs. Jeanne Har- ris, Dew and Pers,h Easter Sun- day were Mr. and Mrs. Gale Chandler, Sharon, Connie, Don and Todd. The occa:son was atso to celebrate Sh,aron's birth- day, which wa's April 15. Mrs. John Barn, Mrs. Edna Faust :and Mrs. Zelna Jones had lurmheor in Cheney with Mrs. Ida Ham and Mrs. Grace Mieh- aelson last Wednesday. They had evening supper at the Jahnhle Ham home. Mr. a, nd Mrs. John Mauer .lind as Sunflay guests, Mr. ad Mrs. Rbert Kieth , Koger, Renee and ROd of Idarrington, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rieh, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith, of Davenport ad Mrs. Stella meier left on Sunday with the EWSC charal group for four days of tauring from Vaneou- ver and along the coast. In Seattle they will make a tele- vision appearaBce, which will be taped for a shewin,g here. The John LabiShes visited Suady afterroon with Mrs. El- live Rupp near SpoLane. They tanxiously awaitirg the ar- riwal ,home of their son Jerry arid his amily from overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pehrson were Friday evening visitors at 10he David Fossums at Fair- cMld Air Force Base. Smith, Jimmy cox of Mr. (and Mrs. as Sunday parents, Mr. Shea and Mr. Shea 'arid Simms of Mr. and Mrs. were weekend arid Mrs. Dick burg. Dormla of Pemy ola. Mr. and Mrs. and children Arley Ableman key dinner at and Mrs. ter Sanday. RiChard dergarten ,at from tile hay last stitohes to 'Mr. and lVirs son had Easter lmme ,of Mr. rence Petersoa, LI'oyd was ald Davis Mrs. Gale ers Easter tertding sunrise Cheney. Mr. and Kartchner were children in visiting at the lay Lindsay their new nia, at Pieter in Libby, Mr. and Mrs. and children of and Mrs. Bill Saturday at the Kieth's :son, tending were family, hoIdirg dinner early. Art Stergle Mrs. Helen the .home of tea" Storable, in aternoon. Used FOR SALE $25 AND SERVICE SEE Jim's From 8 a. FIRST ST., ACROSS BROWN PHONE Time for an NBofC Auto Loan ? i(he NBofC Auto Loan is the moment find the time for an you new or newer) car you like. 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