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Page 6 Chancy Free Press Friday, April 24, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway MOORE'S CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Mon*e Moore celebrated thedr 50th wedding mmiversary on Sattvday after- zon at the I. O. O. F. dining ll with mast of their family present ,and abattt 45 friends ad neighbors. The Moores wre mmed an April 15, 1914, at Prairie City, Ore. Tkey moved ,here ha e siring of 1943 and 'both are retired from work at EaStern StaSe Hsptl. The only one of their five chflda'en t present was Mrs. Domm Greiner, Grand View, Me. Coming from Walla Walia were Mr. and Mrs. Bob (Betty Moore) laonti and son; from Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Jack (N Mzxre) Doert, ng and chiMrem; vom CotVille Mrs. Don Anderson and childran.. Their only son, Harlm, and his three daugah,ters of Seatfle, were presertt. Eleven grand- children of the Moeres were preservt and one great grand- child. Mrs. Ben Morgan was hos- tess far the occasion 'and Mrs. Lia Swa'nson, Mrs. Marie Ahlf and Mrs. Amelia Griffitffi were: in charge of *he refreshments. CONVOCATION ATTENDED Mrs. Pearl King was a dele- gate farm St. y's church o the 72rid annual Eliol missionary district of Spokane at Wa.lka Wa,lla, hem in St. John's Church. She ,6"tend, ed with Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Mason of Spokane. She WaS a guest of Mrs. Ruth Dud- toy, former Medical Lake res- ident. St. Timothy's will have its April potluck supper at the City Hall o Me,day with Pearl King in charge. Gvratd Jerome of the Mod- ern Health Studio will speak at e My 7 pre-zool mect- irg. Beginning at 8 o'clock, Jerome asks that the dies wear slacks so they mglR take part in the calesterics. InstLlation of effects for the com'mg year vdll begin at 7:30. New offie_e2s to he in- stalled will be .preidert, Rita Iat; vice Inuidet, Sue Strom, ,and sre*ary4a'easur- or, DiAn Heath. This will be the last meeting of this school ear, so everyvne  invited to t.tend. 4-H GROUP TOURS The Cheney Ranchers, a group of Cheney, Medical Lake,  Lakes arid Espan- ,ola young people who brave livestock projects, 'have com- pleted ,a .tour of the club mem- ber's projects. Several weeks ago they visited the  pro- jeers  the Dobbins, Owens, ttiltons, ,two MeMffian hmnes and at the Spears. Last Satur- day .they completed the tour by visiting the beef and horse project& Moore, Four Lakes, vas aecomp ,atied by Chrenee Rider, a leader, to the Riders, Mussers, Meserves, S'tafforfls, Van Lehes ad the H.olkrways. Atndiag ,the Spokane County demonstration woject at Liberty on Saturday were Neff Owen, s, who won a blue ribbon, and Kenny Dbhins, who won a vecl ribbon. There are 22 members in this club, ted by Pare Owens, presideat, Jerry Hilton, We president, and Nell Owens, secretary. SCHOOL SPORTS The triangu}aT .track meet hdd on Friday among Medi- cal Lake, Cheney anti Deer Park was Won by Medical Lake, 56, 55 and 48. Medical Lake test the Fri- day bail ,game ,to Mead 5-1. The junior varsity played at Che- nay on Tuesd, ay. The baseball team will meet with East Val- ley at the Underhfll Park at 7 o'clock toniglt (Friday). rC0ch McCauilley met with tlm ,tennis team ,on Monday evening in preparation to turn- ing out on-Tuesy evendg. Song 'laders ad cheer lead- ers have been practicing the past two weeks in prepaition for tryouts 'on Thursday for the next school year. Elections will follw. SENIOR FOLLIES About 40 members of the senr dam will ,present "The Senior Follies," a vaudeVil show, at a Friday maee at 2 o'.elek and again on Satur- day evening at 8 o'clock. This .senior class und raising pro- jevt wil include an hour and a 'huff of vocal, iMrument- tal and pananime a:ts. TO ATTEND CONFERENCE Mr. Van Maitre will attend 'h.e April 27 conference of high scbool,coll.ege relations at Gonzaga University. STYLE SHOW FEATURED ome ecommics classes will show spring styles at the schol- arship ,d,ner at 6:30 an May 4 in the lgh settool gym. Notices will be sen ,home with studeoAs as to wht they are to bring for the dinner, vrhich is held to raise money for the sclolarslp fund. Ds,plays wil be hovn n arts and craRs, ind,ustrial shp ,axtd vo- catiorml agriL'uture depart- ments. The pubRc is ivRed. SUMMER BASEBALL The community summer basebafl turou,t was .large as boys :showed up to pick up their roster sheets far parents to sign altd return with the $2 'fee at the next meeting on May 1 a the city hall. The d,ae for ,the dirmer darme is May 16. This is one of the means of supporting this ac`tivity. JACKPOT INCREASES The Appreciaon Day jack- pot has reached $325 and could be w0ea, by some lucky person in attead, ance at tree o'elock any Sa,urday after- noon. E. B. Johnston won $33 la Saturday by being pres- ent when his name was eaed. Script winners of $2 were Mrs. Jack McGee, Russell Stokes and Sidney Green. MUSIC ACTIVITIES This Saturd'ay will find the nmsic departmen aveng to Shadl'e Park in Spokane to take pat in competition at the Washington Music F_Xlucaturs tryouts in large group and en- semble partidipaon. 1V'. Them is in charge. On April 30 Thorn will pre- sent in eo e junior .high and hgh school.bad to al in- terested paren anti friends. It will .be held a the high school at 7:30. HINES IN PSI CHI A Medical Lake student at Eastern Washingn State Col- lege has been initlad into membershLip in the college chapter ,of Psi Chi, r.,atian, al psychology honorary. He is Jerry A. Hines, senior son of of Mr. and Mrs. Hines of Medical Lake. Hines is a graduate of Mt}c.al Lake high s6heM an,ti lS"jering in so- ciology at EWSC. TESTS STUDIED Dr. Ben Taylor of EWSC as- ssted Mr. Kyle in intevpre- ing the WRngton pre-cotle'ge differen`tial test that ,had prev- iously been given to sender stu- dents. Students aTtd parents i ttended to hear the high school coureor explain the tests and their resuis. NEW OWNERS Keene and Son Monument Company is under new man- agemet 'and ownerlp of Joyce E. Keeme of Spokane. PERSONAL MENTIONS In addition to e Mone loares 'having their dilren here for the weee:l, Mr. and bl,rs. Bob W,a, gner of Pomeruy were Sunday viaitors. Iome from Kemnewick for the weekend witfft hia rnher, Mrs. ]Uen Brown, was Bob Brown. The  Browns of Spokane weer also present. Maude Wi,ttberner aecom- p ani, ed Mrs. Lottie Van Dorn and Cheryl of Pasco ,to Lath- bridge, B. C. St week to visit latives. lr. arid Mrs. Dean Nichols and daughter, Mary, of White Swan, were Surcl, ay sters at the William Dufee ,borne. ,Mr. nd Mrs. Shmmlan Wel- born spent Su,day visRing x4th ,te Robev Lewis farny in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Zook of Kenn, ewick visited ast week with the Earl Swansans. Mon- day overnig, h guests this week were Mr. and lrs. Clyde Li,ttle- fieid of Bormes Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Webb and son Davfl of Lewitn visited last week with ,the Marshall Webb amily. Sunday visitors at the George Spflkers were the Ger- ald McCaferys of Ritzvile. On Monday he Spikers drove to Witbur, returning by Dav- enport to visit with Mrs. I4azel McCffery and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hines. I Sunday vmtters wtth the l%rrest Keene family were lr..ad Mrs. Arehie Laird and the Joyce Keene family of Spokane. Vistirg with Marie Seimer on Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Lese Seimer of Daven- port an.d Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Seimer of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Domald Lunder ad ,sons of Glen, dive, Mont., arrived ,on Wedrmsday to visit with the Dave Lunders. They returned ,on Sunday as far as Mssou:la and visited with Mr. a:ad Mrs. Frank Popiel before returrAn ,e: The A1 Beckwth family of Scuttle visited with Mrs. Iltez Watson ,ad hel:ped her move into her sm,ller lmme. She iiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii Why pussyfoot? Some folks (not you we hope) tend to be timid about asking their bank for a loan. And that's unfortunate, for after all, a bank's business is making loam. El Speaking for ourselves, each of us here at Seattle-First is just as anxious to make loans as any other bminessman or merchant is to make a sale. What does it take to get a loan from us7 Basically, all you need is a good reason for wanting the money. And allwe need is the assurance that you can and will pay us back. [] So the next time you need cash, we hope you'll step fight up and ask us for it. You'll be doing a a favor. Cheney Branch/Seattle-First National Bank ....... kas sold her house o Mr. arm Mrs. Don Oopeiaid of Hay- ,ord. Mrs. Marin Selermux of Indepordenee, Ore., is spemt- ing some time with the John Bls. EASTERN STAR MEETS Loyal Chapter of the Order of the Easter Star met April 13 with new offfme2s preSid- ing. A ,lrge group atended. /f,ter the business meeting Mr. .rd Mrs. Morale Moore, past patron ,and past matron of 1952, were bvottht to the East and betrayed or their 50th wedag an,niverSary. The officers of ,that year f.flied the ,stmons. Two songs, "Be- cause of You," and "Only a Rose," were sung by Helen SaviCz )f Spokane with FAea- n,or Limbar at the piano. A git was tpa'esened to the Moores by Mr. and Mrs. Dur- fee, presen vohy matron and past patvan. An anniver- sary cake was served by the Roy Butts, m Maron Kings, the Marion Man.niag arid Mrs. Barbara Bacon. 0u`t of town guests were ls. Knight, worthy matron of Spokane Ohapr 163, arm Wal- lace Savi, tz, wurth patron. The social cub met on Fri- day evening with 15 preseat, at the home off Mrs. EBen Brown. Evelyn Ap,pea was co- hostess. Wirmers of the draw- }ng were Anna Swanson and Maude Plllard. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- Hot pork sand- wieh with gravy, frozen green pes, olives, applesauce and milk. Tuesday -- loed wheat meat loaf, mustard and cas- sup, bu`ttered Whole kernel corn, cabbage slaw, tapioca puddding and milk. Wednesday- .MaShed po- tatoes with cubed turkey and gravy, cranberries, vhole wheat muffins and butter, car- it sticks, fruit jelo and mi. Thursday -- Tex hash, tossed ,green ,salad with French dressing, bread  butter, orange qu'arer a,nd mi. Friday -- Fish Sticks, tartar sauce, baked potato, buttered spinach, peaches and milk. NOTICE TO POSTAL PATRONS On and a f,tev May 4, 1964, there Will ,be R'o money order business lrmmacted in the Postofice on Sarday. Mrs. Gla dys Gigmore, p. m. Medical Lake, Wash. a-24 00panola News By Katherine HolIoway GRANGE ACTIVITIES Espanola grarge will meet tonight (Friday) to see a film err a "Building America with the Grange" by Ken Kessler of the Grange Insuraxtee associa- tion. The W' .lllms .mad the Reit- meiers wi}l serve supper. The Women's club met on Wednesday at the home of Edna Reitrneier with Elsie Cogswell as co-hostess. Fif- 'teen members were present to ,take part in a plan ,ucton and to pa a bake sale for May 9. A spelling cottest was ;hld and Edrm Reitmeier was `the winrer. Giving the demon: strtion lesson was Ptt Sel- fridge and Berlr Cogswell. The topic was "Selection of Clotng Type for Fgure, Col- oring, Age and Occasion." On Tlmrsday Beverly Cogs- well and LueRa Kuhn vis,ted at Eastern State Hospital as p'rt of the Women's club project. DOG WINS RIBBONS On Surday .at the German Shepard Dog asocialion show at Sunset Bowl, Danny Morlar- ty took :a first place ri, bbon, and trophy in the junim" ,hard- lers ,division with 'his West- ,highlander Terrier, B. B. She also took best ,of breed and in the tevrior divisivn she ouk a second place ribbon. AT FFA CONVENTION Les Wilhams spe,t several days the past week as dele- gate from the Cleney chap- tel, of the Future larmers of America at ,the skate eonven- ti.on in Pullman. Les is vice president ,of the .grm, p. Rich- ard Meyers o attainted as a member of the FFA bnd and to receive the State farmer aw;ard. SELFRIDGES HAVE SON Mr. and Mrs. Frank,u Sel- fvidge announce the arrival of a .son, Jay Patrick, barn on March 30, weighing seven pounds and for emcees. Ke joins 'a si, ster, Tni, at the home. FISHING GOOD Having good luck fishing on opening day ,at Clear Lake and Deep Creek were the Vic Mey- ors of Harri'gtn mad Mar'n Wtllams, vlm spen the dy with the A| Wflns. Dave Peern al Wa, le,r Rosenau also fished at Clear Lake and lind ,good hmk. Coming from Pulhnan to spead ,the weekend ishing :%... )i'; "'N. /', ,x with ls father: was Lloyd They aId Dave 15ddlie MolTiS filched at Clear The JoLm Lake .spert the the &ary joined them fr ing with good Lae. Les ,and Dale Lahn av_d of Spokane Lake with good Su, nday Johnso home Thorpe ,and aud Mrs. JuStus kane ,ad Mr. Hepton f Mrs. a to Spoakne on the Enrest wfth Mrs. Belle itrs at the last week rom the Charles Visitors t tie home day were Mr. Adams of nor guests t the Herb Spokane. The day fi'hing Sunday Ioa,rd the Earl ,and Ruth LehU Ben Lehn of several days: Mr. ,and Ms. were Tuesday guests of fanly. Shirley an overnight day night wll. Sunday the Moviarty D,o;n McCandles The Gus on Sunday Cark Coles in ner a't the Mrs. E. Floyd Smith of Sunday Don La'mbe,Vs. Amanda Lted Dau War Veterans hmeh at the Room. Check the :. %% i Miss Lucy's our boss, too Teachers, nurses, salespeople-many folks you meet daily are customers and stockholders of our company. As customers, they count on us for dependable, low- cost electricity in their homes. As shareholders, for good management and a profit on their investment. Many of your neighbors own stock in our company, too. And if you have a savings account or insurance policies, you may be an indirect owner, because banks and insurance companies also invest in our stock. " ........................ We're glad so many people appreciate the dependable, low-cost service this investor.owned company provides. ,THE WASHINGTON WATER Electric and Natural Gas Service W. Edward Mgr., 423-425