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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, My 14, 1965 Medical Lake News PARADE ENTRIES SET The high school  team ook 'part in lhe Lilac City Toretflight Parade Thm'sday evmxing. The Medical Lake tloat alo took part. Satmxlay's parade will have th drll team, the ,lad and the community {:bat from Medical Lake. SCHOOL NEWS The PTS sc.ohrehip commit- tee mot this week to 'determine the sorrier who wi_II receive the $200 scholarskhip. This an- rmtmeement will be made grad- uatin n}ght. Baeeahureate has been set for 8 p. m. Sunday, May 30, lnld commencement exercises will be at 8 p. m. Thursday, Jurm 3. The last day of school will be June 11. Don Kyle, guidante teacher, is spending Monday with 8th graders ,at Blair, getting hem regtexed for high s,Ctml. Tuesday he was at the elemen- tary school for the ,same pur- pose. Accreditation and evaluation doy will be held Wednesday at the high school. Wednesday was GAA soft- ball 4ay at Mead, with Mrs. Haawis in charge. Medical Lake beat Chewe- lah's bseball team last week 12-1, with Jim Glen pitching. Ev Simormaux and Louie Evans hit lomers. They bad 14 hits and one error. Cheweh'h ud one run, om" hits ad three errors. The tea'm meets Newport this eve- ning at 7:30. Liberty comes here londay at 4 p. m. Deer Park team comes here next Fidar for a 7:30 P. m. gmne. A combined base,bail and track meet Tuesday with Selkirk was heM. Tim six tem ak meet at Newort Samxlay ,brought M Lake a first place win. T.ttey edged out N 104 to 103 1/3. Carl IAggins had three firsts and the 880 relay n ffirt place. Mike Shenkel Creme Gle, GRbert Win- sieur and IAggia ma. The one mie ve.y, with Steve Bick- ey, Mar &gnew, Don Foster and Irv Coulter, ,al won first. Saturday afteraoon a 1:30 will be the final,,s for Spokane Coun, ty ack 'meet in Modienl Lake. Tuesday the track team will take part in  Ckfl "vfl Reys t 6 p. m., aml Navy 22 thebr w.ll t+td the Northeast dis, trict meet at Est Valley. CONTEST ENTERED W@st Medical Lake has en, toted the Outcoar SIorstman lagazine's ,otstaz,dirg fishiag spts in the cmmtry contest. bat week a world sportsman, James Oonvcay, visited, and his travelirg photographer. On My 6 aad 7 they vited the lake fshed ad took pictures of fish, fishermen, the dock and the ltmvh room. Tls is thei'r first stop in this area. They vcere supplied with .boas a,rd motors by a nearby dealer and .even took aerial pictures from a plane supplied by a coastal brewery. Th'ey came llere from New Zealard and their next stop wtU be in New MeXico. They d that fihin, g at West Med- ical was the best they.had seen anywbece. The movies they l book will be show on KREM arid 22 stations e.lseahere in the country in early June and again in October of t.hs year. Vateh or the Outdoor Sports- man and see part of ur fish- irg area shown. RECITAL SLATED Lyle O. ArnoM will present Medical bake, Rear,an and Four I.iaks pinata student in Recital Sunday at 4 p. m. at the ps0a Ayers Music Ha in Spalmm, Ivlud:ed in t_te re- cital wiI be solos, duets and two pimm iur ands. Refresh- ments will be seawed. rg part will be Jackie, Sheller, Judy and Susan Jmhn- ston, Btin and Paul Wend- tandt, Guy Kaplan, Lavone Atki, Norman ,,d Jeramne Mrse, Judy Britt,rdMaid Kaxtke, Lina ra, ,u Wiliason, Eaine Phillipso, arm Re,urine Ralph. JOB'S TO INSTALL I-foor queen Sellie Mills was in charge of tle Thuray meetirg of Job's Dau, ghters; Rita Whime, gt, arm eorge Pal'mer, aiate were present: On Puesday they visited :at Ohenmy Bethel 17. PuBli'c installation of the honored queen-elect, Alice I{,oer, will be ,held at the hall fm May 23 ,at 3' p. m. HOT LUNCH MENU Moray  Medical Lake fav- orite dish, green beans, car- rot stcks, c]ery cottage pud- ding and milk. Tuesday -- Hot dogs, mus- tard and catsup, park and beans, dill pickles, celery, chac- ohte cake and milk. Wedresday -- Chili beans +and crackers, cheese and pine- By Katherine Holloway ap,ple, corn bread and butter and honey, fruit jeo and milk. Thursday -- Kitchen plan menu with milk. Friday -- Tuna fish sand- wieles, macaroni salad, toma- toes, girgea'bread and whipped cream and milk. LECTURES GIVEN Dr. Philip D. Grub has com- pleted a series of .daily adio lectures .over stati, o WMAL in Washington, D. C.. on the sub- ject "loreign Trade of the United States and I,ts Effect on the Natbrml Economy." These bVaadtcasts, e+titled "Lectures in Minimture," were taped for rebroadcast overseas over the Voice of America. D.r. Grub recently moderated a dseussion panel on "Interna- tional Cmpetition" for the Ford Motor Company at the University of Maryland's Cen- ter for Overseas Studies, Col- lege Park, Md. He will address an institute for +leaders o,f small businesses ,on "World Trade an Its Benefit to the Small Businessman" in Wahinon, D.C. SCOUTS CAMP OUT Fifteen Boy Scouts, accom- panied by Vince Fluery, Scout- mater, and Milton Till, chair- man, spent Saturday and syed overnight at Pend Orei,tle Camp. They held the flag ceremny and paaeticed other things that might help wlen hey attend their camp- ovee in two weeks. VETS ARE ACTIVE Official visitors of the Vet- er 'as of Poreign Wars in the State of Was 'hngton, of which there ,are 33,000, visited Satur- day at Eastern State Hwpital. They were Mrs. Lucy Sdhaffer and Esther Kallstrom of Seat- tle. Nrklay the hospital ,had an official visit by Mrs. Iarmah Valentine, Seattle, of the Dis- abled American Veterans. Moses Lake Women's Club members came Thursday for their armual ward party. All those :having birthdays in the month .of lay will .be hon- ored by the Vetera'us of For- eign Wars, Valley Post No. 1435. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Missionettes met at the home .of arie Larsn Friday evenirg and made pin cushom or Mother's Day gifts. The C .laren, ce Riders enjoyed Mother',s Day by etirg out. Mrs. Larry Morse and Jean- one were ,guests of Mrs. Laura Fritz at the Central Christian Cmreh for a mher-du,Nater banquet Monday evening. The Lear ttil'lbricks are in Lnita, CMif., with Mr. anti Mrs Robert Crane. Mr. and Mrs. Marl'on Man- nin.g spent the weekend at their summer lmme .m Noxon, Mont. Mrs. Jhn Ca'tmske ac- companied them. W. D. Wynia and Mrs. Claude Morgan of Spokane do'eve to tot Springs, Mont.. to spend the weekend and to brintl home Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mot- Ran, who have spent five weeks vacationing there Mr. arid Mrs. Ab Griffith were hosts at a Mother's Day dinner. Guests were Mr .and M_rs. La0vrenee Grifflth and Linda ,nard Mrs. Sharon CavIt and chfldren of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ahlf, Doma and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ahlf and Mr. ,and Mrs. Perry. Ahf and Lyrm. Mrs. Sue Stanley and Debbie were a present. Sunday supper guests at the Carl JOhnson home were Mr. nd Mrs. Jim Johnson nd Kah]een ad Mrs. Feta Dean. tom Saturday evening visitors at the lVlton Kulmk 1re'me were Mr. a+rd Mrs. Lee Smith and children .of Spokane. On Sun- day afternoon the Kuknks vs, ited wi*h Mr. a,nd Mm. Louis Reirhardt in Spokane. Mrs. Pem'l Broderick retuz,n- ed bome to Deer Park after a two week stay .at the Fred Jolnson ,home. Dinrter guests at the Jlmson home on Fred's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Leg Gibson and 'daug'nters of Che- ney, who brought the cake, and Don Harderbrook. Sarah Ann Logue was a Friday evening visitor of Candy Johnson. The Clarence Dobbins drove to FaivfieM to spend Mother's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dobbins arid family. Sunday dinner guests at the Clark Cole home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Attridge aaad children of Harrington. A study by The Trave,lea, s In- suraaace Umpanes slovs thin ecessive speed continues to be the Number One killer on American highways. Speed was involved in atmut 35 per cent of the accidents wh4.ch killed 48,000 persons in 1964. Shop the easy way, Classifieda Espanola News By Katherine Holloway AWARD PRESENTED Mrs. ae Beattie, member of Espantoa Wome,n's ClUb, ws presented an award for 25 years of membership in the Spokane County Hom eawakers group. 2chievement Day dinner was held in the C,heney City Hall, with a tor f the new college buildings follOwin t&e program. A highlight of that tour for Amanda Al, berts was seeing the od Normal Seho,ol ,auditorium, left as it was when she attended school there. At- tending from ttis neighbr- hood were Edna Reitmeier, An- n.a Hodgsen, Irene Rosenau, Mae Sather, Ollie Herming. Lu- ell'a Kulzn, Minnie Peterson, Amanda Alberts, Mae Beattie, Edna Garner and her guest, Mrs. Neff Humbert, of Cheaaey. SPEAKERS EXPECTED Dr. Eugene Wybrney will speak at Espanola Grange this evening. The Joha and Car- once Hennings will serve. GRANDSON LEAVES Sgt. Ronnie Lindquist, the grandson .of the Otto Magnus- ons, ieft Thursday or Ger- many. He just recently return- ed from Viet Nam. Sunday vis- itors of the Magnusons were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lindquist of Tekoa, Mrs. Albert Lindquist of Ceney and Mr. ad Mrs. Bob Lindquist of Cle Elum. PAIR RELOCATE Mrs. Mabel S,oM and her mroher, Mrs. SaIah Hi'hfill, have moved to the Lonie Lloyd home in MedieN Lake. The Oscar Muggers will soon move to her ran,Oh home. Slm- day d,nlner ,guests of Mrs. Stoaf were the Buck Sheafs of Spo- kane, the Oscar Mussers and the Larry Danielsns. Penny Fine arid girls were a,fternn visitors. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mother's Day dinner guests of the A1 Will, ms were Almie and Charlie Pocker and the Marvin WiRms. RiChard M, anke was also a guest. Mrs. Guy Hpklns o Oald-i welq, Idaho, was a visitor at the Lloyd Kavp +home forn Thursday until Sulay. Friday evening the Jerry babishes and the Jolm Labish families were guests to view shdes of their European stay. Saturday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Marshall arid Nan MarShal of Moscow +and Mr. and Mrs. By- ram Denny and children of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. N, orm Graham drove to Coeur d'Alene Moth er's Day to visit with Mrs. Laura Graham. Ethel Manke spent from Thursday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Manke and new baby in Paste. Visiting with the Jack Cogs- wels Thursday until Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Plph Hein of Seattie. Attending Mother's Day events at EWSC were Mrs. Ed- na Reitmeier, Mrs. Berneal Gll- breth and Mrs. Maritla Wy- F0urLakes By Mrs. Larson 4-H MEETING SET The 4-H Club will meet at the Harold Moore home at 7:30 Tuesday. There will be a guest speaker from Hayall. PTO MEETS WEDNESDAY Four Lakes Parent Teacher Organizator wi meet Wed- ,nesday. The committee will re- port on progress made on lev- eling altd seeding of the play- field. FISH FRY SET Grange auxiliary mee on Thursday. The group is mv-ited to Mrs. Sage's home on Silver Lake for a fish fry. BIRTHDAYS CELEBRATED Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Her- man were gues'ts Sunday a,t the Sam Van Camp home. The dim her honored th9 birthdays of Mrs. Herman arid Van Camp. LUNCHEON IS HELD The Achievement Day unch- con last Tlaursday was well at- tertfled. Twenty-cane members were awarded pins. Ribbon corsages made by Mrs. Bruce Otiver were presented. The table decorations were made by Hub Club members. Atte,nd.n(g were Mesdames B. Kline, L. Lovell, R. Mace. H. Willms, L. Schmitt, T. Meil- in.n, A Erfurth, R. Dirks, N. Haidey, B. Oliver and rs. Col- Conservation News By Clarence A. Kelley SCS Technician During the last two mnths of 1964 there was considerable talk ,about the Cptaaad Con- version program. As may be recalled this was a test pro- gram in which Spokane County was selected as a pilot county; I the ,only one in Wa,skinon state. According to Jerry Rees, AS-I CS office mana,ger arm pro- gram coordin,ator, 93 apple- cants in Spakalte County filed requests for participation 1rior to the deadline date, Dec. 31, 1964. Of these, 56 gned par- ticipatirg cortracts for the five year period 4esignted by the program. The total acreage >laced under agreement was 2,134. Adjustment payments were made for the lard use cnver- son providing the farm acre- age. in row crops o.r small grams was reduced. Rees said .the average county payment for the an,d retirement was $9.36 per ,acre or $46.78 for the five year ,contract perk. Originally, Rees said, Spo- kane County wa's given axt nile- carl,on ,of $242,000 .to encourage land convereion under the pro- grzm. Of this approximate,ly 50 per cent will not be used. Rees said :he felt the pro- gram, which gained corrgres- sional approval late in the year, came too fast. Land owrtere a,nd ,operators generally didn't have time to thkn ,about it. The program had a definite advan- tage over the early Soil Bank prog,ra'm in ttrat the grass and ,alfalfa plantings could be used for pasture. It was felt this fact would increase the participation more than it ac- tually d,d. Of the 93 county a,lplicants 27 completed eonetaets cover- ing aplyroximately 668 acres. enaus, the Lroyd Knapps and borrmy, the Wyborneys. ViSiting t the Nita Stark of Waukon was a ,Labish home later were Mr. vts, tor of and Mr Larry House of Med Friday afternoon "': .... ' n M  ' ' "" Laura Johnson. Sunday dinner col Lake a d r. and Mrs. A1- rmests were Mr ad Mrs Mau- ] vin Balsen of Davenport.. rice Nelson and bmjs of CI- The Gordon Hodgsons spent v ille [ Mother s Day with Mrs. Cath- armla children attending refine Hanson at the Scott Han- the Cheney RanChers 4-H tour son home ,at Tekoa. were Joan Williams, Karen Van Lehe, Wendy Musser and Nina and Penr tto,eway. They mot at Peter Lakes Saturday nmrn- i rg and looked over mearber's pjeets. Friday the Gus Pehrens at- tended a ,social at Vhe home of Dr. antd Mrs. Conrad Cox. Lewis Pattratz af Portland ws a weekend visitor. Sundy eve- nirg hey visited with the Th,omas Scotts in Cheney. Suay afternn Mr. and Mrs. Jerry La,bih and son were lnred .at an  house at the (teney Cicy ttala. Attend- in,g from here were the Jobn i Labishes the loydal Conleys, the Oscar Reitmeiers, the Ros- Mrs. Jackie Olsen and chil- dren visited Wednesday fter- noort with the Frank Selfridges. She is visiting with her father, Albert Trodel, from their home in Bellevue. Sun,day the Bob Rogers fami, of Clmney and the Selfridges and Ta, m at- tended the Brewstev all girl rodeo. Roberta logers plated fourth in tbe bareback bronco riding. Thursday supper guests at the Bill Mcourin home were Mr. arm Mrs. Don Lambert ef Cheney. Ed Reese as a Fri- day caller. Saturday Mr. arid Mrs. Emil Konrad of Spokane eaed, perry Konrad was a Surtday evening visitor of Gary. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Town of Medical Lake A public hearing in regard to zoning of the City Park to commercial business will be held Monday, May 17, at 8 p. m. at the Medical Lake City Hall. By order of the Medical Lake planning commission, Don Kyle, secretary. syn. Several of the members w,ert ,on a tour of the college. The next meeting of the club will be May 27 in the Township Hall. PERSONAL MENTIONS Kenny Radon was a m,em.ber of a winning reay swimminR tem ,at Fairchild Sunday. Tro- ).hies were awarded to a1.1. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Manly ;pent Sunday visiting at the Wesley Bly .home at Harring- ton. Mrs. Jesse Silcock attended an E,astern Star hreakfast at Mitlwood Sunday morning. Mrs. Jesse Sileock was a Wednesday supper guest at the Earl Peadell home. Sunday their dau,gh'ter, Mrs. Barbara Mattauseh, was a dinner guest. Mr. ,and Mrs. Delmer Fitz- ner and family speaat hst Thursday even,ing visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Griffin at Plummer. Idaho. The children, and grandctfil- dren of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jhnson are honoring them on their 60th wedding .an,niversary at Four Lakes Church Sunday, May 21, 2 to 4 p. in. No gifts Flease, just cards. Mr. and Mrs. Boots E,arls- court and family visited Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stanchope at Plummer. Sunday everfing visitors at! the Eartscourts were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott and family from Kent. Mr. and Mrs. arld Scott were weekend visitors at the Robert Scott home. Leslie and Sheila Collier spert Sunday with their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pence, at Long Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson eaied on his mother, Mrs. Sa Petersor, at Medical Lake Sun- day. Sara Kay Mace spent Satur- day ,at Fred Petersn's 'home and Leslie Collier visited at the Russell Mace home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kight, N, erthpert, ,spent Friday niht and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stamper. Sunday Mr. arid Mrs. James Goodwin and sons visited with Mr. and Mrs. Stamper. Linda Reitmeier and Mrs. Nrmy McCormell gave a stork slmwev Tuesday evening at the Reitmeier trome for Mrs. phyllis Jacobsen. She is the former Phyllis oodner. Mrs+ Sidney  spen Frchy in town with her dau,h- ter4n-law, Mrs. Daxrel Larsonl. They vMted Mrs. H. A. Jbn- sma ,of Lament at Dea+coness hospitM. The Larsons were guests of their son, Gerald, and family Saturday. Calh'ng on Mrs. Sara Kirk- patrick last week were Mrs. Ted Radon ,and children, Mrs. ]b arld, Will, in Albert Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. [iltg home. He C. L. Crooks, A. H. Coffman reports. ad r. ttobaeh. Sunday Mrs. [Mother's Day Kirkpatriek called on her bus-daughter, Mrs. You're the ...with an N Boat Loan! Ii,;+!!, It has ncer been a secret tha [illi ,l, bank that hkes to float loans ill i  ;lliii' / runabouts or rowboatsll!ll " W let us finance it, Actually, as easy to borrow for a boat as for a You can include the motor find that NBofC's low interest and make the entire transaction S1t your boat--then visit your qfllc. 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