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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, May 1, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway BAND RATED SUPERIOR l of the "Laser and Maser" A superior rating was given[ method of comnlnieatio.n. ! the Medical Lake Elementary ] How Magnuson. o ulympla, SChool .bami last Saturd [whe :i,s :the WaShington State the Wa Music Edteat-I farm supeor, spoke @out ors competition, ,held all tim f program. Mr. eys, Shadle Pack. James Tlmm is]of the dairy, was a guest and the ducter of this ,gm of Koran Mink also spoke. Miss sixlh, seventh d eigh grad- Mink is the baseball princess ers. Moat of the ,band members start in the fifth grade bogn- Idg band. May 1 is e date set for parers ar, d faends to attend a ,1_$ Day program at grade school in the uReraoon. The program  be put on ,by kindergarten al the third and fourth gades. 1. Moore's seventh grade will do 'a skit Friday morning for the asembly. As May 1 is I,aw Day, the skit Will be based: ugon good citizenship. DELEGATES NAMED The PTA met on Monday evening ,to  officers for the coming year. Elected were 1$y McGee, pre.den,t; Rob- eat Cook, irst vice president; Jer Rassmtson, second vice presiderxt; Mrs. Dor Winan socreim% and Mrs. John Suth, . Officers W'.fli be  a lhe May meet- inc. Delegates to the Wash. ing)n Congress of Parents ad T0aebers, o be held in Seattle May 5-7, wl ,be Betty Mcgee md . DeH Stutsman. Mrs. Stanley Itt will fie as a deg,te from the Spokane County count. The fif in a series of so- cial udies meetirs will be held May 5 at 4 o'clock. Drl Tlmm Ikmtsv  spek on eonomis and its lao to sochl Studies. VISIT CHENEY CHAMBER Mr. an4 Mm. W. E. Soame- born and Creme Ihclmey were guests of the Chen Cham- ber of Commerce fr a f,h dinner hst week. They also in on the recreation meet- ing. ROSTER DUE Any Doy dm wishes to play srmmea" bseball may still get a oer street at e grade $cho0d or high sclm01 ad have R filed out by the net meet- ing at ,%he  hail, ly 1 at 7 o'clock. Sheets acompanied wih  $2 fee must be turned in hen so tezms may be cm- ple at the meeting. DINNER SC'HEDULED &beu 300 tare expected to attead fhe armal scholarship dirmer  4 at the high shol. FoIowig the dinner at 6:30 Will be  style shw. Disptys will also be saown by e Cyin dpe, arts arid crafts, in, dustrlal arts and vootioral gvieulture. The community is inviced. PROM THEME SELECTED 'Twilght in Tokyo," ill be the theme of the jumor prom May 2 from 8:30 mil  12 midnight. Junior chss pres- ident Bey Harmon is in charge of arvagemerts, which in- dudes haing the Tommy Joanes' band. All j and seniors and thor davies and alumni ,are rvited to .a,ttend. BANK WINS TOURNEY "lhe National Bank of Com- mee won the revent West Eders bms.g tourrmment. Team eaptn George Mer- serve .had as team mates Bob Cheyney, Don Stites, George Spilker and Willy Church. Van tlambleon had the Ihigh aver- age for he season wih 184, LenSe Lloyd roled the high game of 256  Joe Fan had highest .series of 662. CHAMBER/IEETS The Medical Lake Chamber of Commerce met  Tuesday evening. George Spflker,, gram eh, introauce Ed W'lirr af he Pacific Bell Teleflone Cnpay, who old from this area. Tickets sup- porig her mat be Imvcbased ,a Mosman's in Cheey and in sever1 spots in Medical I_ake. She is from Faihild and has heen Past president of the high school suden body. There will be no float from Medical Lake in the IAlac Parade thi year. However, plans are to work Cowards en- tering ,the coming yr. SPORTS RESULTS The junior varsity baseball te beat Cheney l't Tuesday 10-1, with Bight tChng. On Thursday the varsity eam traveled ,to East Valley w'here Larry Tarran p4tvhed a 3-1 win. They txaveled to Kettle Falls on Tuesday for a conev- enve game and Chewehh comes ,here for a game tonight  (Friday) at 7:30. The ack am will meet Newport on their field on May 2. Also on Saturday, the de- bate team and Mrs. Jamison will go %0 Harvingn for com- petition. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday  Creamed chipped ,beef, geen beans, celery sticks, gingerbread and whip- pad cream  milk. Tuesday -- Pigs in blank- ets, dR1 pickles, buttered peas, bread .and butter, pears and milk. Wednesday -- VegetaMe beef soup and crackers, coe cheese ,and pineapple salad, east rolls and buCter, orange jelk) and milk. Thursday- Potoes and heneless beef gravy, chllted tomatoes, bread and buter, plums arid mi. Friday- Baked macaroni and cheese, lettuce wedge and 1000 ISnd 4vessing, bread and buyer, baked apples and milk. FFA NEWS Attending the Livestock Show t St. olm, last Saturday were Mr. Wood, Sam Belcher, John Woodward and Wally LabiSh. Several classes of swine, sheep and beef were judged. Tomerrow the class will send boys to judge at Re- salsa arm the following Wed- nesday a*t .the Junior Livestock show in Spokane. REBEKAH NEWS The Rebekah social club met :at the home of Elsie Sven- son last Friday eveng. The May meeting will be at the lome of EHen Brown, with Mary Countryman as co-hos- tess. On Saturday evening sever- al me,mbes attended a recep- tion in Opportunity for the Re- bekah Assembly treasurer, Bertha Stroud. Girg from here were Marie CMey, Mabel Sheaf, Ollie Henning, Daisy Lewis, Maude Pilhrd and Vir- gie Carl. MERMILLIODS RETURN Mrs. Cal Mermilliod and Julie returned this weekend from a week's sit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eggror Malm at Livermore, Calif. DONATIONS CONTINUE Don'ations continue to come to Lakehnd from irrterested in- dividuals and organizations. Just recently, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Head of PoseD donated $],000 and a color elevision set. The Slln BOry Club gave a cash donan of $300 to construct  lmy storage cov- er for the 4-H Livestock club. Scout Post No. 174 was given 100 tvo-man tets .ad eight pack boards ftex they hd wesented a program for the Moose Lodge. Anyorre wishing to make d(mation,s may con- tact the social service delrt- ment for ,suggested items. LAKELAND VILLAGE NEWS The State Teamers Union Iras donated 76 trees, noted for fol,ige nd colic, to beautify the campus a Lakehnd. On Awil ii they planted one of the ees at a brief ceremony. The others had already been planted where they would 'best be displayed. Varieties planted were Chinese Dogwood, Pur- ple Beech, Sunburst Locust, Shademaster Locust, Crimson King Maple, Blue Ash n! American Linden. CLASS CONTINUES Chaplain W. F. Furman is completing his second cota,ge tmiirg class for this sclmol year. The curse, specifically designed for the residents of the boys and girts tra:mg cot- tages, as an aid to success on work placement, consts of 15 lecttres ,and four field trips and covers such fundamentals as budgeting of money, behav- ior in public, accepble lels- tire activities, sh(ypir, g and purchasin,g guides, baking and the use of pubhc transporta- tion facilities. TwelVe boys and girls completed he first course and 13 are envoUed in the current class. PROJECT STARTS Business Manager Harry Sem announces t,lm, t on April 1 a summer ong project 'to replace sewer and vater lines and renew u,tifities i.s 'started. The main sewer lines have been in place about 50 years. DOCTOR JOINS STAFF Dr. F_dred Peacock of Spo- kane is nw a full-time mem- ber of the medical delrmen a't Lake].,and. Dr. Peacock has been active in the Spokane area ,and it is felt that Lake- kand is fortunate ,to have the services of a physin wCth his background and exper- ience. The medical staff nw s four fMdme pysicians !or the 1308 residents. NEW PROJECT STARTED Superintendent L. F. Mason lms under,ken an exnsive and time-consuming project of making a pevson visita- tion of all former Lake]and Village residents Who are now on pheementt status, ther as emptoyes of patietts, at rm- ing homes throu,ghout the Estern part of the State. Vis- its have already been made to naming homes in Oogax, Clakston and W'al Wala. Mason states that he is most favorably impressed wth the vrkig conditions, leisure ex- periences ,and the living, care and reereatiorml con@itions provided. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. David Snode from Puyallttp and their three sons visited Mrs. IAly Shade for a day of fishing 1,ast week. ViSiting at the C. E. Jolley home from Seattle last week were Mr. ,and Mrs. C. W. Go- maz ,znd sons. Mrs. Jolley re- turned to Seattle with them for a visit while Jolley served on the jury. She returned homd on Thursday. Mr. Bushnell had been in Sacred Heart Hospital bu at present is home and feeling good. Mrs. Gretchen Bryson of Brewster is spending a few days with Mrs. Gary Bates avid family. Mrs. George Palmer attend- ed a potluck ,luncheon at the ,home of Mildred Disney in Spokane lst week honoi g the past matrons .and pa.trans of. 1958 and 1959. Aother day, lkhey and Emily I 6range Supply Co. (heney ... your suppN00r of Norlhland Brand Ladak Alfalfa Now brings you NOCULIZED Alfalfa Seed already inoculated .. ready to plant Now you can plant inoculated alfalfa seed right out of the bag! Our seed is already inoculated with live, selected strains of nitrogen-fixing bae.. Saves you time, trouble, muss. Makes plantmE easier. Assures better, more even stands. SEE US TODAY! The only farm-tested pre-inoculation NOtUZED process available today. GRANGE SUPPLY Espanola News By Katherine Hol|oway GRANGE MEETS Bspanola Grange met on Friday evening. The film to have been shown frown the Grange Insurance Association was cancelled until the lst meeting in May. Colleen Wilns sang, "I Ive To Tell The Story." The drawing was won by Eugene Wyborney and a quiz, "Picture in the News," was heM. Wirmers were Eve- lyn Wilims and WaRer lose- nau. The Hennin, gs will serve May 8, at Which thne Mr. Wood and the FFA boys of Medical Lake H.tgh School wil present the wogram at 8 o'clock. On Saturday eveaing Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner and the new candidates to the or- der, Mrs. Pearl King and Mrs. Anna Murray, mveled to Moran Grange to get the third and fourth degrees. Mr. and Mrs. ordon Hodgson also at: tended. ARNOLDS HAVE PICNIC Mr. and Mrs. Me1 Arrold met with their family hst Sat- urday at B'adger Lake for din- her and a day of fihinlg. Com- ing from Pullman Were the Eugene ArnoMs from Tacoma, the Jack Arnold family, and from Spokane, Mrs. Chmlie Hipperson, Mrs. Bill Vander- Ca, reline Kuhne and Eva Hines attended the past ma,t- ron's dinner at the Masonic Temple. Mrs. W. P. Graves of Bain- bridge Island spent a few days last week with M. H. Glen Brown. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnson of Granite Lake visited the Roy Keenes on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Haynes vis- ited the Ken Queener fami'ly at Potlatch on Saturday. Seaman Douglas Sonneborn is :home on leave to visR his parents. luff, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van- derluff Jr. 'd family. BABY BAPTIZED Jay Patrick Setfridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Setfridge, was baptized Last Sun@ay at St. John's Imtherart Church in Medical Lake. Sponsors we'e Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Willms rd Katherine. The SeUridge family 'and pastor Wayne O1- seen were nner guests at the Holloway home. HORSE SHOW ATTENDED A, tterdng tJe first horse show of the season at Agone Village were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hepton and Peny and Nina Holloway. Penny won two rib- bons, a third ptaee .in the pe- tao race and a fouh place in the run and lead. JACK POT MISSED Anna Hodgson hem a win- ning bingo card last week on the TV birgo program, but was unable ,to get her card number through to the oper- ator in time. She did win a corso,lation prize of 15 gaons of gas, a small prize in com- parison with the $45 jack tree prize. WIVES GATHER Havirtg Sunday dinner with Mrs. Oscar Reitmeier and San- dy in the ,absence of their hus- bands, who were spending the weekend fishing at Twin Lakes, were Mrs. Bud Swigart ,a,nd girls of Spokane, Mrs. Fritz GiIbreth and Alan, Mrs. Woody Sullivan, M. Dick Heyer and gir, Mrs. Do Win- ans and gls, Mrs. Loren Von Leht ,an, d family, Mrs. Merle Bacon" Mrs. Ab Griffith and John Brewer. Don Wyna also i joined the men for fishing. The Ernie Moriavt family and the Frank Selfridge am- ily drove to Moses Lake on Friday evening to spend the 'ght with the Jack Penal- luricks and to ttend the fun-i eral on Sa,turday at the Chapel of Memories of Ed Pemhallur- ick, 87, their uncle. rs. Loren Von Lehe spent Saturday attending the com- petRive band tryouts ,at Shadle Prk on Saturday. loddy plays in the grade school band, which won a superior rating. The Grover Cnons of Davenport were hosts at a birthday dirmer at their home for Mr. ,and Mrs. Loyd Knpp, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Anold and daughter, and Minnie ,arid Dave Peterson. Having birthdays were Mr. arrd Mrs. Knpp and Carmen. Spending the weekend at the At Willms home from Pvmeroy were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kirk and girls. Stmday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Will,ms. After- noon visit, ors were Annie Ploeker ,of Spolan,e and Weye Weyen of Kendrick. Having a weiner roast at the Jack Cogswel,l home on: Sunday were Mrs. Norma Sec- ord, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Secrd and son, the Bob Cramers of Spargle, the Jim Cogswells of Spokane, Neva Smith of Fair- field and the Alton Tcoks. The Warren Cogswels also helped to celebrate the birthdays of Kim CogsweH .gnd BOb Cro- mer. The Gary Webleys accom- panied the Ralph Webleys of Coutee City on a drive to Porthnd last Surday to take delivery of a new truck for the RalFh Webleys. Terri Mtmsrer ttended the Grand Bethel honor queen re- ception hon,oring Vickie Bell at Belingham 1,a, st Friday eve- ning. Amanda Alberts and Renzil MeLain atended a Sons and Daugh, ters of Pioneers lunch- con at the home ,of Edith Mag- cart in Spokane last Saturday. Tuesday afterrroon visitors at the Bill McGourns were the Don Hi,torts of Spokane. On Wednesday the Gary Web- leys visited. On Th.ursday he McGourins visited t the Don Lamberts. Mr. and Mrs. and ehitdren f per guests Emil Cormd Spokane ,and and Dan of Mrs. Grace been staying Johnsons, Libby, Mont., Pervys. She with ,them on and Mrs. Lee ily, Cheney, visitors. On Jotmsons visited ten ttardings CARD OF We wish to our many frier' )ressiorrs of tiful floral of kindness, at death of our grandmethe:. 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