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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Fri@ay. May 7, 1965 Medical Lake News BUILDING ALMOST DONE The Gener Teleplmne CO. putt' finishing touches on its  g that wi,l oue the extomt a r ser- vice conection, vhich proba,b- ty  be in operion by Oc- tober 15. Two hundred new lnes will boost the toal to 500. Poveer City C0tructivn Co. is  new e,ble in Medic hake, wVh wi be eompted by summer's cad. New equip- nmt is beginning to arrive fr the autoraaic electric settee. In November the existing g arm equipment will .be dismntted and moved to other taoaaas. Oenew'l's man in Medicat hake, George Spilker, and Mrs. SpRker attended the General Telephone eastern ,district soc- ial banquet in Coeur d'Alene ta Friday. Sunday's dinner meeting of the VFW District 9, I which was held at Davenport, aso had the Spi:Ikers in a,t-I tendance. I MOTHERS HOED i lotlmrs in attendanee ,at the Commtmity Church Su, nflay sexvice Mother's Day will re- ce carnatiols to wear upon taring. Last Stmctay's sevvic- es were given by Mx. and Mrs. lob Rogers of Spolane n the a, bseRce of Rev. arid Ms. Bil- lups. They ad the h" sos drove to Kemnewick to spend the wevk2d with IKr. and Mrs. Lonie O'Neal. Roy. Iilups at- temied the United Church of Christ corerence in Walls Vala chwi.g the day. REGISTRATION SET (Piltdren who have been re,- tapered or kindergarten ,have visitation .time aarged or llhgm May 11 al 12. If you hae  child ho wil .be 5 on or beare Se. 30, get  as soon 'as positle. ,May 14 is the date se fr film eghth .grae students to do their preRmmary re- ton for hh school. They may do 'so at the ementa school MEETING IATES Iastem Str will meet Mn- day at 8 p .m. to ,lmnr moth- en. Officer wil,l wear Mue bocade dresses. Rebekhs met ay 3 with Daisy LeWis  clmvge. Their scia ub met Friffay evening at  home of Mm'ie Ahf. with 21 ,present. Pzes were we by Leona Penvose and Ethel Ctmmgs. The Medical Lake,Cheney Barracks and Auxilary to Worm Wr I Vets No. 2963 will meet Tuesday .at 8 p. m. in the City Hn. HOT LUNCH MENU 1Womiay  Creole spaghetti wfh parmesan cheese, hot tqreach ,bread, lettuce with 1,000 Islawd dressirg, primes ad milk. Ttwsdy  Tomato rice sap, egg salad sanwches, butterscotch sqttares, bananas ami milk. Wermsay  Roast 'beef slices, Stmday gravy over potatoes..spring satad vith French dressing, coffee bread ,ad butter, fruit and milk. Tlmsday-  wi nood- les, rvRed reheat mffins and butter, fruit ai rnitk. PrMay -- Gvled cheese sandwiches, potto salad, cel- ery gaeka, paot down cake and milk. TRIPLE SHOWER HELD Ionored ,at a stark shower at the Lutheran Clmreh Satur- day were Mrs. Ruth Webly, Mrs. Oavol biasog and Mrs. J=ke Wachtma. Qu blocks were painted by the gue for a quilt for each of the  gtmsts. ostses were women fle Chuxeh, WACHTMANS HAVE SON Mr. d Mrs. Olem Wacht- nn ave the partents of a son, O1m AII born May 1 t St. Luke's lmsptal. ,He whed in at 8 pounds d 12 ouc- e. He joins a brother, NiMl, a he home. PTS DINNER-'-'D A large rowd aed the mml PTS sChorshtp dimmer at the high school Mmday eve- sing. Pvaceects will o towards a $200 holship r a semior wm is plazmg to tend col- lege. last year's winner was G,hsgow, vlm  now tterrdn,g EWSC Thexe axe six a,li- cants his year with the com- mittee to meet Tuesday to de- ctd wefm vl use tls fund. Foowig dinner there were disphys in many of the de- partments ,of the school. Many woad projects were features of the ixtdustriat arts department, headed .by CRf Truscott. Mrs. Gay GoMhexg, at instametor, displayed copper tulling and water ctors in ,her class rovm. Metal work was strewn in Jay Woods' voeaVloal a, gricuRure :ap. Vtcki Menge,nhall nrat. By Katherine Holloway ed the ann:ual style show, sow- ing everything from attern)on wear to evening wear, all being made by ,the home ee(romics casses of Mrs. Karr. Some of the projects were cattle acks, steel gates, car amps:, a lawn swh, a three point afler hitch, .set of chis- els und of ptmehes, atuminm pojeets arm a steel ffarage door. SHORTHORN STEER WINS Tom Musser, membe of the Cheny Ranchers 4-H Cb, won the breed champion i,n, the sarflmrn division with 925 potmd steer at the Junior Livestock Show Monday. He atso wan reserve grnd champ- on of all he breeds. His steer will be 'soM Thursday through tire show auction ring. Tom lives at Espa, n(Aa and attends Medical Lake School. EXPOSITION ATTENDED At the nnuM Scout exposi- tion ,at the Spolane Fair- grounds in ezrly April, the Vil- lage Cub Scouts earned a blue ribbon ,vard for their display an,d activities and Scout Troop 174 was ,awarded a red ribbon. Five Ctb Scouts and three den cJbefs demonstrated their cur- rent woodcraft project and our members of the t r@op demonstrated an Italian dance. The Cub Scouts are nder the leadership ,of Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Reed, Mr. Bremer nd Mrs. Sather. Tle Scoutmaster is Mr. Smith. QUAKE AREA TOURED Mr. and Mxs. Clarence Do,b- hiss 'returned hst week fom a ee week trip to the ost. They we,re visiting the Guy Cooks in "Seattle Friday when the earthquake was fort. 2hey had ,also visited the Imxvy Stocksburgs in Tacoma, be til laohs in hPml,"; Rev. and Mrs. Oail Davis in Pres- ser and with the Doug White- marts in PuyaHttp. PERSONAL MENTIONS i iVir. and Mrs. Claude Battle i had ,as Tuesday dinner guests the Herse.y Buts. They e.rn- ed last week from a six month trip to Yuma, Ariz. Saturday te Beatties visited with the $ohn Weyens in Spokane. Mel Arnold und Lloyd Am. od wd Cabe of  spen Sattwda fishing at 1adgr lake. The fun night hem at City: Iall -ridiay evening by St. Anne's ARar Society yeas we attended. Mr..arm Mrs. Rider and Mr. and Ms. A1 Tesdahl and Kim dove to Fairfield Stmday to visit with the Dick I)enneys. Seaman I)ouglas Senehorn is on leave from the coast gtmrfl ,cutter, Noa'th Wind, of Seattle. This past weekend Miss Di'anne Oiese ,f Seattle was a visitor at the Snneborn home. Mrs. Vern Cronin is on vaca- tion his week and is in the Tri- CiW rea, Yakima a,nd Seattle. Pat Calhanm spet three days with ,h family from his vork in Juneau. M. arrd Mrs. Richard Atkins entertained he Dn Stites with dinner for her 40th wed- cling .,niversm% lVlx. and Mrs. Le I-Ibrick loft Tuesday for Calgornita where they witl visit with Le's sister, who is , in Los Angel- es. Driving to Wevchee Satur-: day to enjoy he Apple tos- som Parade were Mr. nd Mrs. Fvan IAwellyn. Kevi, Ifaren Espanola News By Katherine Hollowey LABISH IS HOME Jerry Lbdsh returned home lSt week o:fter being "'discharg- ed from the army. He has. been staoned in luroge, where he ws married. On Monday Mr. ,ad Mrs. John Labh and Jer- ry drove to Seattle to meet his wife, Joyce, arid innt son, Steven, who cme over by pne. FESTIVAL ENTERED Mrs. Edna Reiteier oxcco,m- pa.nied Srdra Stm-day to the Greater Spokane Music Festi- val, where Sandra entered a class of eight at the college level. She .recieved third paee. MANKES HAVE DAUGHTER Mr. arid Mrs:. Dick Mnke of Pasco are the parencs of their first clild, Alisa Lynn, born April 29. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manke ,are grand,parents, ,as are the lldon Hoard.s of Daven port. LETTERS MAILED Mrs. Edna Rei'tmeier and Mrs. Amelia riffith spent Thursday afterrmen at the ex- ters}on office at the Spokane County Courthouse ,heloin,g with the news letters Which are mailed each month. PERSONAL MENTIONS Sunday dinner guests of the Richard ankes were Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mulen ad amfl$ of Spokane. Surtday dinner gue of the AI Wiim,s home were C. and Mrs. Bob Moore and am- fly ,of Spokane and the Marvin Witlms famy. Ro Mauer was a Mon- day visitor at the 'lame of Mieky Moriarty. The Frank Selfdges wexe SurM,ay evening visitlars at the Bob Rogers home near heney. Mr. ,and Ms. John Lesser of Moses Lake were weeknd vis- it.s at the Gary Webiey home. On Saturday Mxs. Lesser ae- eempnied Mrs. Webley to a stork Shower in her honr at the Lutheran Hall. AlSo attend- ig were Evelyn and Sally Walrus, La Tilson and Anita corin. Anna Hodgson and Mae Sa- ther drove to Lind Turday to ilmve lunch wth Mr. and Mrs. Don Schroeder. I Sather returned home with them. MariHa Wyboney spent the weekend in Seattle visiting with her mother, Mrs. Bhkes- ty, and her .son, Joe, a Kent. Mr. ,a,d Mrs. Watt o Lehe were Sunday dinner guests at the Earl Von Lehe home. Kar- en Von Lhe spent Saturday evemng with Debbie Winan ,and Debbie spent Sunday eve- rang with Karen. Ma,be Sheaf, Daisy Lewis, ad Bob, Mrs. Elsie Svenon, Mrs. haureen Hutchison and Ray Labish. They met .Mrs. Rosemary Beckwith ,aad Inez Watson, who returned ,home with he:m. Mrs. Beekwith wiU retuam tbhs week. Mr. ,and Mrs. Oary Fine and girls arrived :home Sunday eve- nirg after nne months in Nee- sho, Mo., vhere Gary graduat- ed from the Water and Sewer- age TechxdcM School. He accepted .empteymen with the City of PulLman. Mrs. John Lu,sby, wlo is vis- iting the Earl Swrs0s, left SurMay fr her home at Van- COUver. Furnace fleanin00 (ALL TYPES) REPAIR SERVICE WITH LICENSED SERVICE MEN. FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL KE 4-2663 OR WRITE GRAHAM OIL CO P. O. BOX 277 PARKwATER STATION SPOKANE, WASHINGTON I Amelia Grfffith and Monde Ifllard attended the Leil Kee- vy night with the Rehek,hs in Spokane Saturday evening. Sunday Mabel spent the day with Mr. d Mrs. Charlie Trimble at Heritage Lake. Mr. and Mrs. harry Danie2so were Sun, day supper guests. Visitirg last week at the Otto Magauson lmme were lon and Raymond Lindqulst aTM Tim St. John of Tekoa. Sunday the Mugnusons were ests of Mrs. Oll.e Schmitt and son Neil for nrrer in Worley, Idatm, and a scenic drive. Lavina Swanson f Waukon was a Wednesday visitor at the ,hone of Anita McGourin. Thtwsday visitors were the Don Hiltons and Jay Northcott of Spokm,the D(m Lamberts uf Cheney and DoRna Musser. George lrm was a Su'rday m,ornmg caller. The McOou, rins were Sun,day dinner guests at the Mervin McCures at Rear- dan. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Cxamer of Sprague were Su, nday din- ner guests of the Jack Cogs- we,}Its. Saturday visitors at the Carl Jiohnson home were Lena Reil- ly of Cheney, Tony and Eve'lyn Appel of Medical Lake and Na- o,mi DeChenne of Spokane. Amrtda Alherts ad Renzil McLain .attended the bingo par- ty in Medical Lake Saturday evenin.g. Katherine Iooway and fam- ily ,ad Sue H.'am ,of Tyler were Sunday dinn, er guests o the att Tonn!ings in Spokane. Rnss I-Iolovcay et by phne Surday evermg for Sand Point Naval Base ,after spending his Ieave at home. Mr. and lrs. Stanley Swan- son of Waukon were Sunday vislitors ,at the Loren V,0n Lehe home. J. J. SCHIFFNER Paulsen Bldg. Spokane, Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, Cour*ty of Spo- kane.--ss. By virtue of an Execution issued out of the Horn. Superior Court of Spokane County, on the 29tb day of April, 19dd, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of I Mercantile Protective Bureau, In-., a corporation, Plaintiff, versus Aaron M. Cave, Sr., and Mrs. Aaron M. Cave, Sr., his wife Defer=lants No. 17801. and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. 'qotice is hereby given, that I ,.ill proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash. within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At ten o'clcck n. m. on the llth day of Jure, 1965 at i One thing s for sure: if you want to sell some- thing FAST, just put in a Want A4: Little, but oh my, how that Want Ad did get re- sults for me! The Cheney Free Press m South Courthouse de kane County, i the !ton, all the right, the above named I the fllowing xit : Lot 13, Block addition, City of nokane, State nttfy a judgment tile Froteetive ation, and agalnst , Amounting to Four ] and 99/100 ($99.99 est at 6 per cent per 8, 1965 to date of ney's fee aId creased costs. Given under April, 1965. William J. Reilly, By Joyce M. J. J. Schiffner, (May PA ADV