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!i  Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday,  8 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway WORM SALESMEN--Busy se|ling worms for the second year are, left to right, Wayne Hodgson, Roddy Von Lehe and Harry Rasmusson, BOYS SELL BAIT If you drive pat Cear Lake, South and West of Medical Lake, on ,an, Sturay and Sunday, you&apos;ll see three eager bait salesmen ready Ix) sell you fg worms. This is the cnd year for these f4vee sixth gradem in Medical Lake El, ementa to carry ,on their business, cose to the f, arm homes of all of iLhem. They ere Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gord.'o odgson; Roddy, son of Mr: and Mrs. Doron Von LOhe, and Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jen, s lamusson. GRUB TO RECEIVE DOCTORAL DEGREE Phi]lip D. Grub ,has complet- ed il 'the requirements for the d,oIxral degree in bs ndmimstrtion at George Washington U.,m'versi.ty m W asMgton, D. C. and wll re- ceive his degree rom that in- st in Jtme. A 1949 grad- uate of `the MeieM Lake 'high sclmol, &rub gradu'ad from Eastern Washington Sta Col- e with honors in 1953, re. ! iving degrees of bahelr of! art in econgmi  in eah& carom Po'g tW years of active duty wh the Army, li public schools. He re- ceived the irst grm from the Seoih Rite Fndn of Stale, of YCasiun o George Washington U.'verSity in 159, Where he reeved the degree of maste$ of bsness adlign, eal in the .flc off ,tmrnaml ee- enemies and foreign trade. [n eomptfion of the mas- ter s pmgrmn, ,he etmaied to Cheney, where ,he mgt two yes at EeSte.r Washington Smte College. In 1962, Gub was awaaxted the American SevuN.y and Trust Co. fp for his doetol studies. Tlis grant was renewed  1963. He is also a facty member of the Washington D. C. university, Ostruo"tig courses in ad- vancod tive man, egement and executive Ickier- ship and developmevt. He is a member of the Espa)la grmge, Med4cal Lake Ledge No. 102 and Loyal Chapter of the Order ,of te Paern Star. HOT LUNCH MENU r  Medical Lake fav- beeax in statue, lettuce wedge, rite ctsrd and milk. Tuesday- Vegetable meat pie, celery sl.cks, bread and butter, wicots and milk. Wedned, ay   beans, em'n broad xl .buYer, Jello salad, banana aad milk. Thursday Chicken noodle sop, carrot stks, meat sand- wich, bulCerseatch squ'ares, fruR and milk. Fd :--,. G3Aled cheese sandwieii. ,tt bes, nme- avo sad, peeah upside down yoke d nffik. JOHNSON HONOR GRAD Air loroe 2rid Lt. James H. Jobxts0 has been  'naznocl Iron- er gadtmte of the Imclear wealmns  course t Law- ry Air Force l}se "m . He ,has been assigned to the Air Guard t Spoka aternaian- .al  for du. Joln attended E00te00n Was00vt00 Sta00e Co00-i lege. He is ,e son of Mr. and I Mrs. Oarl C. Jo of Medi- cal Lake. MURRAY I1 --CTICE : Army  It<vard S. Mur- ray, son of Mr..aad Mrs. How- ard A. Mmy, Medical Imke, and other members af Battery A of the 7t Artiilery's t Missile Bat,S'on, pavticitmted in a one-week missile firing practice a egor Guided Misle Range, N. M., April 16. Murray's uit, mmd with the NiLe-Hercules missile, is responsible for air defense in the Austin, , area and is part of the mtionwide Army Air Defonse Oammm (ARAD- .ADIES AID TO MEET The hdies aid of the Com- munity ChurCh will meet at 1:45 May 13 a ie lome of Ruth Gl, wi Ara: Phillips as co-hoses. A spec- ial program will be presented, udth a cha'ge of 10 cents per i person, 'to ,go in*to the ere as - ury. Sunday wi] be the last of a series of Billy Graham films shown by the youth group of the Commu<mty Ohm'ch. Ts will be .a col, ered fim taken at the Seattle World Fair. Every- one is nvited for the youth g@ogeher at .six o'clock, with the film berg shown about 7:30. Rev. and Mrs. Bi'ups left Tuesday for several days at the Congre,gaiorml church conference t Betlighmn. A special Mother's Day mes- sage will be given by Rev. Bfl- lups. Kaen Welle, ,a student at Whi,'tworth Oo'llge, will be the gust soloist. TRAINING COMPLETED Marine Pet. Joh P. Cxley, son of Mr..and Mrs. B. R. Gray of Medical Lake, has cmplet- ed ouv weeks of "individual com,t training at the Sevond Infantry Training Regiment, Marine Covl)s B-e, Camp Pen- dieton, Calif. LODGE TO HONOR I.yal Chapter off OES will meet Tuesday to honr Moth. er's Day. Eva I-I,es, Carolyn Kuehne, Emity Perl md Mr. end Mrs. G00vge Plm,er tended an h0or nght for Me Suher- land, Grand Ruth of  Grand Chapter of the W Order of Eastern Star, at Mead. VETERANS TO /EET The 'M Im,ke-Cheney Barracks and Au to Wrld War I will lve a pet- luck dirmer at the Medical Dake City Hall at 6:30 on Tues- day. The meeting wl folow at 8 p.m. JOHNSON IS HONORED LOWRY, AFB, Colo.2nd Lt. $ames H. Joh,, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Carl C. Johnson of Medical Lake, has been named .honor graduate of the United States Air Force nuc- lear weapons officer course here. The leuteaant, a gradua of Medical Lake High School. attended Eastern Washington State College at Cheney. PRE-REGISTRATION FOR KINDERGARTEN Today and Tuesday have been set for the pre-regitm- on of all children who will be five-years-old on or before Sept. 30 Whto wish to attend kindergarten. Atthugh it is nlot n o  bg the Child, it is necessery o 'have the child's bi.h cortJficate when you come between the hours of 1 and 4 p. m. A kin- degarn v'itation is belg plnned for May 13' and 14 for all children Freviously en- rolled on these dates. LUTHERAN WOMEN MEET Aft Circle" of the Lu- theran church will meet Wed- nesday at he home of Irene Ro@e,all. The evening group  meet Mond'ay eveinng at ,the 'hme of Katherine Hoova?. This place .has been clanged from the home of Ruth Jackson. The combined drdes will meet with their families for a potluck supper at he cry bmtl Mondoay evening t 6:30. Pas- tor S0hmitt of the Reagan LuJltean church  a group of yourg people will prestmt the wogravn. Everyone is in- vited to arterial. Bring your own table service. FINAL SOCIAL STUDIES MEETING Henry Kass of EWSC will rotmd ,ot the t-real socml studies meeting of this sekol term, Tues@ay a he elemen- trot shool. Ka will speak on WINNER NOT PRESENT Roy Quie was no pres- ent when his name was drawn at he appreciation chy draw- ing Saturday ,afternoon. Two doax winners present were el*nude Garner, IAhce Moore, Mary Brian, Bern Johnson and Wat Von Lehe. The drawing tomorrow will be held at 4 o'clock to eable the day shift at Eastern State to particpate. "LAKELAND VILLAGE NEWS Sixteen bovg teams fin- ished their tournament April 15 and gathered at the NCO club at FairchRd for an even- in, g 'of fun. A social hour was held, then a buffet supper, presentation of trophies and dancirg. Wining first txlace was the So What team, with Carol Wal, over, Nor-told Mey- ers, Mabl'e Denten and Leon Vansant. Number two team, the Long Shots, las as mem- bers Helerm Poter, AI Wright, Re na Meyers an,d Jim Beck. Joe Fram came up with the lfigh average for men with 177 and Mable Denton for the women with 160. Dr. E,ugee Wyborney received the nmst improved bowler award for men ,and Genera Thromsen for I the women. Frances Tip*on won the high series awacd wRh 600 aad Irene Breneman with 603 for wonen. Halving high scores for the season were Mable Denton and Sn Slean. It is planned to ,have bowl'ing resumed agMn in September. Glen Wachtman is the new president, re1lacing Dick Pot- ter. Mble Dert was re- elected treasurer and Reese Burkenhine is secretary. BUDGET TO BE AIRED A pubhc ,heai'rg on the 1964-65 school budget will be ,held Tuesday, May 12, from 1 to 3:30 p. m. in lhe supein- tendent's office. 300 SEE CIRCUS Over 300 res were gaests of E1 Iaff l,hm for tlm aizt'us t  Ooisettm. Sevea tmtred aSo th.n to see the Diamomi Spur Rodeo this weekend. OPEN HOUSE SET The anaal opera  date for Lakelnd ViSage has been set for My 24. ]reryqe is inVid .to tevd. Bng 7mr pielzie 'lreh and spend the day. MASONS TRAVEL Mr. and Mrs. Lesler Mason are spenng this week i Kan- sas .City, where Mason is at- tending .the National American Association of Medical Deific- iency meeting.- SUMMER WORKSHOP The annual summer wrk- shp for taehers of spoel education Will be held on ea- :pus from Jue 22 rough July 31. This six week," 12 qtmterZnour credit course, is ,limited to 36 persons. Apply to Dr. Casey at EWSC. BIRTHS i Mr. and Mrs. Don Wynia re- 'ceived word that their son Dan oan,d Mrs. Wynia 'are the pr- on,is of a son, Mi.chael Dan, i born April 4 in Hawaii. The Wynias are living in Denver, Colo., where he is flying for UnRed. ANo balm, April 4 ws Pa- rick Timothy Hegge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence L. He.gge, at Sacred Heart ,hos- pital. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Neff Hum- bet of Choney and Mr. mad Mrs. Claude Garner dr<rite to Deer Lake Friday to visit wi Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Curtis. Wayne Hodgson spent t weekend vth Ouy Kaphn,. On Sunday Mrs. IGNNtan and Mrs. Ralphs took .the young folks to the Shrine circus. Visiting with Gena Pr the past week was tmr sister, Mrs. Dora Campbe, of Para- ma. Edith Solverson .had as weekend guests, Mr. md Mrs. Lester Sroufe of Enumdaw and `their dauffhter, Dixie, of Pullman. On Sunday they drove t I4alm. Mrs. Made Seimer spent Sunday in Chewehh visiting wih Mm. J. E. Lewis. Dr. ,and Mrs. Eugene Wy- borey and lry drove to Kent .over the weekerd o visit Joe and to Seattle to spn,d some time with Rhkesly. Visiting wth Anna Murray over the weekend were Mr. and NIrs. DormM 'Murray end family of Colqte. 'Sunday d- nor guests also were Mrs. Fin- son and Irbara and laneie, Steven ad Philip Murray. V,isatig at the Prank Baker home ,over the weekend were Mr. ,and Mrs. James Slzlel .and Michelle and Meinda of Moses Lake. Joh Bal4 and )n Mike of Kertt several at FROM THE PAST Medical Lake- 1934 Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Peterson, who came here in June, 1889, ceIebrated their 52nd wedding anniversary Smctay. They have four children: Morton and Ray- mend of Spokane, Mrs. R. J. Stevens, Napa, Calif.; ,and Mrs. A. A. McIntesh of Alberta. A granddaughter, Mrs. A. C. Un- ger (Evelyn Sands), A. C. Un- home wi,h the Petersons. Among those who fished at Fisltrap Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Zellar, A1 Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Butterfield, Hem-y Nieman, Marie Niem'an Mrs. Henrietta Nie.man, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bedoschek, Mrs. Corrine Sol, Met, Ruby Schafer ,and O. E. Sehafer. 1944 Frank Brett was elected president, Mrs. L. A. Teseh, vice president, Mrs. Jack Hot, secretary ,and Bert Denny,. as treasurer of the PTA. A marriage license has been issued to Kenneth E. Jo hnson, Cheney, and Genevieve Gr- nor. The birthdays of Miss Wills, Mrs. Wyma  Mrs. Fuller were celebrated at the 4-H clu'b meeting. Betty Ann McKown is enter- ing.St. Lukes ,hospital for two major spinl operations. Pfc. Ted F. Lurid of For Baker, Calif., spent the week- end with  sister, Mrs. L. E. Nordby. John Foes of the USN spent two days with ;hiz sisters, Mrs. laymod Stahl and Mrs. Mar- tla Johnson. 1954 PTA officers elected for the coming year are Si Parmeter, president; Mrs: G. Peon, v.me president; Mrs. Orville Philipson, secretary, ,and Mrs. Stutheit, treasurer. Herman F. Papenus, 84, passed away April 19 of a heart attack. He is survived by ,his wife, Juh', at the home. The following Espanla people attended the Medical Lake PTA 'meeting: Mrs. G- don Hodgso, Mrs. Herb Kuk- uk, Mrs. Roy Kinzel, Mrs. Os- car Reitmeier, Mrs. John Han- son, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cogs- well, Mrs. JoLm HodgSon, Mr. .and Mrs. Oscar Musser, Mrs. R0hard Wilms and Mrs. Ern- est Cromer. Eslmola News By Katherine Hol|oway GRANGE TO MEET Future Farmers of America, under the d'treetio of Jay WOod, will presert the gram at the Pridy evening grange ,meeting. It will begin at ight o'clock, with- the meet- ing to foll,w. Women's Cub will. Open House Next Week At Medical Lake.Bank To Observe Annwersary The public is cordially in- vited o help National Bank of Commece celebrate the 75th annriversary of its founding at a special ,open, house on Friday, May 15, it has been announced by Don R. Winans, mrmger off the Medical Lake Office. A special anniversary cake wi]l be cut in the bank lobby at 1 ,o'clock, and cake ad cof- i fee will be served to friends and customers th,roughout the ,open house, which is planned for 1 to 5 p. m. Simihr cere- m,o.nlies wil,1 be held imultan. !eohsiy in each of the 77 NB o,f C ,offices in Wasa'.h'ton. "A,I of us .on the s*aff are 1,ool.g forward to this special oceast.on," Wirmns said, "and Lope tha,t many of our friends: will drop in and heip ts cele-: brate." "This open .ho,u,se is ac- tu,ally in honor o three birth- days," he added, "since this year is also the 75th enniver- saw of ,the State of Washing- ton and Washington Water Power Company." On display wilt be a number of old photographs taken in ths area just after the turn of the century, and ,a territorial map dating back to 1857 sup- ,plied by the Washington Water Power Company. National Bark o,f Commerce fridges visi.ted with Fred Pet- ter ,of Gra, rd Coulee, who is in the hospital, and 'lter in the evening they took Danny and Bobby Moriarty and Nina Hol- lovay to the Shrine circus. Mrs. Richard Manke slrt segeral days last week wi her daughter, Mrs. C. Mullen, in Spokane. Wednesday evenia,g visitors a't the Claude Beattie lmme we're the AI Wfllms and Mar- vin Willms. On Stmday the BeaUties were direr guests at the Herb Giselberg hame in Spoka. Sureay dinner guests at the A1 Roserau home wea'e Mr. and Mrs. Glyndon Sather and Raymond of Wilbur. They also visited the ordn Hodg- sons. Wayne Hodgson was a weekend visitor of Guy Kap- lan, in Spokane. Having Sunday dinaer a the Marvin Wlms mme were Mr. and Mrs. A1 W'ffi:ms. Aftermxm visitors were Mr. anti Mrs. Bob Welch and dauffhter of Spo- kane. .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perry :and {amily of ColVie visited with Mrs. Grace Perry  the Fred Johnson kome Sunday. Freddie nd Biy Kuhn, also were visitors. The Earl Von Lehes visi,ted with the Dan DeChemes in Spokane Sunday. Kn Vn was opened for buainess on May 16, 1889, w'he Whshing- ton was still a tezritn'y. Its first quarters were in a book- sore in Seattle, but only the 'next month the great Seat,tle fire destroyed s building, along wih most of he dwn- twn area. The bank re-opened at orme and conducted its busi- ne:ss for two ye,as from a frame house whfie the city was being rebttilt. The bank survived tls early test ,and went on to grow wth and cotribute to the growth of the newly-cremated State of Washingon. Today, National Bank .of Commerce has to,tal resources of nearly $690,000,- 000 and serves the people of the state through 77 banking offices. Efforts of businessmen in the Medical Lake vicinity es- ta,bishe,d this office in Septem- ber of 1960. Growth has met the bank's expectati!ons and cortinued expansion is antici- pated as the cornraumty grows. Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts SEVERAL TYLERITES ATTEND PANCAKE FEED Mr. and Mrs. Adie Heyer arid daughter Chris and Miss Donna ii:arri,s and Mr. and Mrs. John Ham, Sue ad Nay and MTS. Wflma Pl,otts attended the pancake sup,per hel,d at Windsor school Satur4ay ng'ht. Sue, Kay and Chris dan,ced for the program. HEAR GUEST SPEAKER Mrs. Gilbert Peters,on nd her mother, Mrs. Fred McDw- ell, of Spokane, arid Mrs. Jack Brown and daughters, Penny and Sharon, attended a moth- m'-dau,ger i ne,lma.onal buf- fet held at the Sprague com- n'mmty chuIh Monday nighL Miss D orhy Moe, f, ormery of Edali, nov a missiona from Viet Nam, Was the gues speaker. Mr. ,arid Mrs. R. M. Potts were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. e Lynch at Nine IV[fie Fa, lls. Surday dinner guests o Mr. and Mrs. Elmer I-Iarrs and family were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Iarris ,a,nd dau,ghters: of Cheney. Dave Harris ra, ttended the Appte Bolssom Festival at Wentchee over the weekend. Saturday overright guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. LlOyd Able- man, were Mrs.  Jones, Mr. ad Mrs. Charies Prentice arid son Bernard of Chrkston. hoki a bake sale at Swigart's Ihe attended the stock show stove in Medizl Lake Satur- in Ceney Saturday with the day, ,begnn:irg 't 10 o'clock. Chrence Rider family. Visiting with tlm Carl John- SHOWER HELD sors Saurdiay evemn,g were Mrs. Battm Selfridge and Mr. and Mrs. Kemmth Johnson hby son Jay were guests of ad Judy of Stmkane. Carol ,horor a a bby sower at the Stri.eff Was a Tuesday visitmr. home of Katherine Holloway We4nes4ay atevnon. Micky Meriarty was co,hostess. About 3'0 aeded to paint quilt blocks for the new baby. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Micky Ma_nty attend- ed the Boeing wives club meet- ing Thursday evening in Spo- kane. Friday evening she vis- ited at the Waen Cogswell lmme. Mrs. M,oarty and family were overnigh visors at the Jack PehaIktriek tmme St- urday. Jack returned tmme with them Sunday. C. E. Grimes was a Satur- day evening visitor at the Lloyd Knapp home. Mr. and Mrs. (;us Pehrs, o isid Monday e.verg with the O rvie Ol'sons in Medical Lake. Sunday they attended the Mher's Day open kosue at Eastern, where Julie is a 'student. She was an overnight guest .of the Chude Nichols. The Pehrsons aso visited wth the Nichols and at th home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman M'anghan. Mabel Shf was a Friday evening supper gues at the Irvin Schube., ,hme in Med- ical Lake. Thu,rsday viis  the home of Ammda Aber and Renil MeI_=in were Mr. anti Mrs. Henry Wynm of Fottr Lakes. Visitors a he Mcuzins Wedre,sda were Mr. and M. Don Hiln of Skane. Satur- day, Mrs. H, Cindy and Ronie visited. Tuescl,y vi.tors at the Frank Selfrid, g ome wewe Mrs. Ron McKinley and of Amber. Wednes 'dar morn- ing visitors, were Mrs. Haydo McKee and Mrs. Lee Hemmer of Mansfield. Friday the Sol- They aso vi'si<l the John Im family and other relatives in Gheney. Mr. ad Mrs. Im Shea were weekend guests o Mr. and Mrs. Shaw at Newport. Stmday Mr. and Mrs. Be! Shea and Clldren ttened the John Ball home last weekend. Maude Dittberner md Jo Hardin.'. g drove to l,sco last Saturday to visit  Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Van l)mm. The Art Ghmnergs visited at EdwaII Stmay wih George dedication of erie church Sun&ay Mr. Peterson of her mother! Friday Jack Brown ed the, Brown's ors, to Miss the Millwood. Visitors at man's this Mrs. Everett ily ,of ning ,and Mr. Becket of Tuesday Roy Jackson Hansel, Mrs. baby lhonda Mrs. Luella Mrs. R. L. weekend in daughter Mrs. Dean (Ynester ko was a of Mr. a)rd lrs. Saturday her mother, h)lz, in Mrs. ,Mae day dinner Mrs. Ruth Lake. It was dy. Mrs. Buelah made a trip the weekend Mr.s. Don ily move to Mr. Kvogsad Mrs. John tended t.he Camp Fire home of ShMey Mrs. staying wh - w'lo is still i after a bou Mr. and ers were on mittee for nighL Wth service, the was ,one ever fought forces. There mels year. SPEED FOR Cheney Invitation - - - You are cordially invited to attend a cake-cutting ceremony commemorating the Seventy-fifth Anniversary of National Bank of Commerce in this seventy-fifth anniversary year of the State of Washington Cake and refreshments will be served Friday, May 15, 1964 1:00 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. 75 1889-1964 Anniversary Year Medical Lake Branch National Bank of Com Don R. Winans, Mgr. Member FDIC