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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, May 21, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Medical Lake Float Wins 1st Prize in B Division In Spokane Lilac Parade The "Land of Lakes" float won for Medical Lake first place in the B division of com- munity floats &apos;in the Torch- light Parade. Sowing file lad of water recreation, the float had a back drop of lilacs. Done Oollier, queen, wore a w'htte bathizg suit. Below, where the wter ed, prin- cess Sue Sa,bin, in fishermen's garb, w,es catching a large sim- ulated fish, the envy of all who like to fish. Princess Arm Me- serve was dressed in boating togs. The Cartaires mrching unit, led by Sandy Wilson, looked snrappy in their o4its. Princess Sue SabLn. who nor- really commands the group, gave up her place to ride the foat. The float was put togeth- er principally in the agrieul- lure ,shop, with the assistance of Jay Wood. Many persons worked ,on the edeavor. ] Queen Dene :began her days at ,tke .parade Tlmsday morn- intg when she registered at the Ridpath Hotel. She lad as roommates Linda Salter of Darer=port arid Be Collator of Kettle Falls. All 15 queens who rode in the Torchlight Parade were present at the Davenport Hotel for lunch with the Spo" kane Lilac Queen and her court. They made a tour of KXLY studis, whre tmy i'l: and taped personal talks by the royalty. After he eveni, rg pa- rade he queer, s went back to the IXwenport for a tresenta- tion of awaTds, t which time Done received Medical Lake's ward. The evening (mane o an end with a car=dlefi'ght buf- fet on the Rid@ath roof, -with entertainment. Early Friday monig .,ahe 50 queem  took part m me Saturday parade were ;ue#es on the Betty Dermis Show, with each being introduced ad in- ten'viewed. Frown there they en- joyed swimming and stmbath- inS, foiowed by lunch. They were presented cerUfi- ctes and other gifts 'at a hair fashi, on show full,wing. Randy Graft dressed Miss Oollier's .hair marry times durkng her stay in Spokane. After a tour of the new air- port the girls relaxed with swimming. In the evening they atended the formal dinner in the Empire Rom of the hotel and wore introduced to Rene Seibert, president of the Lilac City Parade Ass'n and heard Vice Admiral R. J. Galantin of the U. S. Navy speak. He was grand marshall of the pa- rade. The girls had a farewell unch following the larade and said goodbye to the new friends they had made in the Lil,ac City. The queen and her princess- es will be honored guests a,t a chicken dinner with members SIX QUALIFY FOR MEET Medical Lake played hot to six other high seh,aol track of the Chamber of Commerce Tuesday evening at the airport, with a tour to follow. On June 5 they have beer invited to appear on the flat h the Rear4an CommuniW Days. Dene says, "I knov that nth- lrg like this has ever hap,pen- ed to me before. I loved 'being in the parades a,nd represent- hg Medical Lake. We have lived ,here seven years and this was the first Torchlight Par- ace. I didn"t realize how beau- tifl it was and all the volun- teer hep was jttst amazirg. Our float was a success. I wish to thank everyone far a wvn- [ derful experience." CANCER DRIVE HELD Thirty women canvassed M,ecal Lake, Lakelang Vi,lage and Estern State Itospital Tuesday evening for a success- ful furd raising drive for the American Can, cer Society. Nel- lie Wood, Medical Lake chair- man, reports $230 was colect- ed. teams Saturday for the quali- fying tests. East Valle,y won the meet but Medical Lake ,had six boys qualify for the Northeast dis- trict meet at East Valley next -- " Saturday. FFA OFFICERS--New Officers of the Medical Lake chapter The 880 team 'ehy, vdt'h of Future Farmers of America are, left to'right, John Pen- Mike Shankel, Carence Glen sen, president; John Woodward, vice president; Lauren Me- Carl IAggirs and Jim B,auman Kay, secretary; Dave Dileil, treasurer; Jim Johnson, reporter, came in first. Steve Graf was and Dan Turnbough, sentinel. third in ,the mile; John tMrry won the javelin ,and was third _- ..... POSITION ACCEPTED in the 120 yard hh hurdle. - r,., Listing brought in three  Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Knapp hun, ors--first in 180 low hur- hn,ored Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arn- old and their children, Mikeal dles and broad jump and see-  nd Camille, Sunday afternoon ond in the 1O0 yard dash. If any of these boys win Satur- New Arrivals at their home. They have been day they will attend the state] living in Spokane, where he meet on May 29 at Bllens'burg' O-'n Monday, May ..... = just recently received his de- gre in electrical enginericg 17 a son at Gonzaga. HOT LUNCH MENU was born to the Rev. and Mrs. tie has accepted a po,sition Monday -- grade school piz- Howard Pitts, 210 Sixth Street with the IBM Co. in San Jose za, peanut butter sandwich, tte is Jc)hn Murray Pitts, and and they will be leaving s'om. reen benCs, fruit and milk. he arrived at 5:56 o. m. at St. Guest wishing them well were High sc:hool--Hot dogs, mu:s- Luke's Hospita,1, weighing 8 Minnie and Dave Peterson, Mr. tard ,and catsup, pickles, but- toun,ds He joins a brother Da- and Mrs. Keith Geer, Mr. and ered peas, fruit and milk. rid, 5, and 'a sister Laurie, 3. Mrs. Mill Grub, Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday -- High school and Jean, ne's mother, Mrs. Cecil John Labish, Mr. ,and Mrs. Jer- grade school will reverae Mon- Itatrdesty, LaJoIla, Calif., is vie- ry Labish and Steven, Mr. and day menus, iti.ng with family for a few Mrs. William Honeyfinger; Wednesday- Turkey in days. Davenport; the Gvover Can- gravy over mashed potaoes, n!ons, the C. E. Grimes, New- tossed green salad, French SCOUTS ARE BUSY port, and the Ctarentce M,c- dressing, hot rolls and butter, jello and milk. Cub Scous, with their den Clures, Spokane. Mrs. Arnold Thursday -- Old fashioned mohers, Nellie Wood ,and Mrs. s the former Sharon Gaiden of beef stew, bread and butter,, Smithpeters, had a lok at old Medical Lake. The Sheldon cottage ct?eese, peanut butter Medical Lake one day last Vaughns of Medical Lake Mso ,week when they explored the ,attended. cookies arid milk. Friday -- Fish sticks, artar : shares of the lake to see where sauce, baked p0ta:toes, butter- resorts had been in years one PERSONAL MENTIONS ed spinach, bread and butter, by. Mrs. Elsie Pehrson attended They found ol'd c emen s(ep.,s the postmasters meeting Non- pears ,aId Ik. and even cement tubs. Many chy ever.ins at the Coeur d'- thousan&s ,of persons used to Alone tttel. WIN RECORDED visit he lake each day. They r. arid Mrs. Burton Sbek The Medical Lake tennis isited Halett Oastle, the cem- of Waukon were Monday visit- team, coached by Lerey Me-etery with graves of the own ,ors at the ohrson-HoIl!oway Masters, h, as be,ea busy with faghers and an od hitching home. Thm'sday Amandla AI- matches this pasi week. They post dated 1883. belts ,arid Renzil MeLain visited lost 'to Deer Park Tuesday, 6- 4, ,and to Reardan Wednesday, GRUB TO SPEAK 6-4. They beat Deer Park Thurs- The pubilc is cordially in- vited to a potluck reception day. Dale Terry led in boys sing- honoring Phil Grub ,at 6:30 Fri- lee, 6-0 and 6-1. In doubles d5', June 4, in the IOOF ,haft. were Gary B.hck and Norm Grub will be in Medical Lake Brice, 7-5 and 6-3; ,irls singles, for :his brother Craig's gradu- DaNa Lien 6-2 and 6-4, and ation and will also be a guest Iathie Duhan, 6-4 and 7-5. speaker on the in'ogram. Doubles ,had Mary Ann Wil- son ,and Kathy Sehafer, 6-3 PERSONAL MENTIONS ,arid 6-4. In the mixed doubles, Mr. and Mrs. Don HeWn and 6-3 md 6-1, were lary Aml fmi3, of Daven, port were Sun- An WNen ad dm Fmevson. They day dinrmr guests at the >layed several matches with George Spiker home. Reardan t week. Mrs. Koontz of Kennewiek visited last week with Mrs. Extension NO-HITTER PITCHED M!amie Parmeter. Mr. Pe,oples, baseball coach, The Royal Rangers and the "e'e-Lone >tl pn - reports that Jim Glen pitched Senior lVfissiormttes met a the a no-hitter in the game with Porrest Clark ho,me Friday Newport. The two wining evemng far a baseball lrac- runs were made by Don Kukuk tice, with 32 present. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Haynes ;ard Carl Listing, who were driven in by Bob BeN and Ev arid Saerenia an, d Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Keene and family Semineaux. Butch Denton, pitched to the last two batters,: ,of Spokane w'ee Su'nflay din- TAKES THE who struck out. ner guests ,at the Forrest Clark In ,their Name with Liberty, home. Mrs. Jessie Clark left Monday to join Mrs. Myrtle R U N which they wo 9-3, Jim Bright, ButCh Denton and Queener ,at the bede o their Logic Adams all pi,tche<l. Jim father, RoY Keene, who has OUT OF .and Larry Bauman e.ch had been in a Santa Barbara hos- two dou,bles. They have two pital for a month, who suffer- zeroes coming up with Liberty I era stroke last Saturday. R i gth H ] Mr. andMrs. JohnKvumski unn n e ome and the last gme of the sea- son, with Cheney, on May 26. l J ined Mr. arid Mrs. Marioa [Mamrg for a weekend at the This game is at 4:30. [ Manning summer cabin i.n Nox- . I on, Mont. GRANT AWARDED Spee. 4 Ji, m Took was home Order Yours Today Stun Parmeter, grand'son o,f ar Chree days and has bee lamie Parmeter of Medical eaiIed back to the Army for Lake and son of Mr. ad Mrs. reassignment in Korea. Cy Parmeter, Beaverton, Ore., Mrs. Leona Penrose is hs ,been awarded the Ful- sperdir=g several weeks with a bright Scholarship Gvart. He frierd, Mrs. Lilly Meyers, in . wil'l gradu,ate from WSU May Rieffhnd. 30, havirg majored in zo- .Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer ' " Co ology. He will travel to Wash-attended the W'arld War I Bar" IC honey Tele.hon . ington, D. C. and fom there racks No 2814 meeting at Deer ----- r-- to Bombay, India and Mar- Park Surday. Monday they at- tended the past matrmm of the CHENEY seille, France t study. OES luncheOn at the home f RESULT GIVEN Peggy Dokken in Ceney. _ Wednesday bey visited the Evaluation of Medical Lake iNd. 87 Bedecks meeting in with Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Strieff and family of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Daniel- son were Sunday dinner guests at the Oscar Mugger home. Wednesday Anna Hodgson, Irene Ros,enau and Mac Sath- er drove to the Art Krell home at Latah for lunch. Koberta Sather continued on with them to the Scott tI,an,o,n.s at Tekoa, where Mrs. Catherine Hanson returned home to visit with her daughters. The Richard Mankes drove to Spokane Sunday o have din- ler with the C. M. Mullan fam- ily. Mrs. Richard Manke was a Thursday visitors at the Bill McGurin home. Saturday guests were the Foyd Smiths of Colbert. Saturday evening the McGourirs were visitors at the Emil Ion, rad home in Spo- kane. They were Sunday sup- per guests at the Chris John- son .home in Spokane. Sunday visitors at the Ernie Moriarity home were Don Me- Cand!ess and boys of Cheney. Charlie Mauer visited with Jack Penh,alluriek, who is visit- ing with the Moriartys. The Oscar Reitmeiers joined lhe Bob Reitmeiers and the R. E. Henrys at Twin Lakes over the weekend to fish. They re- ported good luck Saturday but the wind was so stro,ng on Sun- day they were able to fis'h only in the creeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ralth of Coulee City were Sunday dinner guests ,of the Gary Web- leys. Mr. anal Mrs. Frank Sel- fridge and children visited Sun- day afterno,oa with the Lee Abe,lman family at Cheney. Rusty Haltoway spent the weekend at home from the ravy .at Seattle. Friday evening the Itollo" ways we,re guests of the J,o,hn ;Bm family for a surprise birthday !avty for Sue. STOP SIGNS They're your Sigh of Life By Say and by night. Kn, ew them by shape . . . Obey ,them on ,siffht! Pancake F CHENEY Monday table stew, sahd, bob, baking )lums. Tuesday :cos with salad, dins. carrot and olate sweet Thursda Friday creamed spring salad, s, andwich, Housewives to sacrifice a good health by bleach m.onia. Sha Two 0 Cpen 9 Monda' by Medical SU CO Thursday, May Serving from 5 to 8 CheneyCity Hall All Proceeds To Cheney Area Baseball League High School, .:as previously an- tiilyard. nounced on May 12, was re- rs. Cla, ra Mace was taken ported to faculty and sc0nool to the Deacoress h)spital Sun- SERVICE board members. Emerson day by he ambulance.N .... SPRAY Morgan, l:Wincipal of lasco -------ew High SChool, a me,mberof the -v -'"anola .state commission for the  Northwest Ass'n of Secondary and HiNher SChools, annoulced By Katherine Hol|oway TREE& SHRUB SPRAYING that Medical Lake would be WORK PLANNED given ft=ll mem,bersdp int the EACH SPRAYING $10.00 association. Espaola Gran, ge met Friday .................. with 27 members present. Dr. -- , tardaton. A bi'rthday tble was WEED CONTROL DANDELION COMPETITION ENTERED Wyborney s1>le on mentgl re- PLANTAIN, THISTLE -- $8.00 The elementary school will observed by the Hen:nings with .................... enter their track girls in the miniature "hats at each place. Spokane bantam midget and They were made by Amanda JAPANESE CLOVER, CHICKWEED larger givN competition May Atberts. A work day has bee (Includes Broad Leaf Weeds) $14.00 25 ,and 26. ............. The beginner's bard, direct- set at the MedicM Lake ceme- tery at 1 P. m. May 26. All ed by Mr. Thom ,and composed interested .are to bring tools. FERTILIZER, LAWN TREES of mostly frith grade pupils, SHRUBS AND FLOWERS ..... $10.00 will presen a 1:3'0 concert on REUNION ATTENDED ............ May 27 for parents, friends and fou, rth graders. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Wilhns drove to Wilbur Sunday to at- tend the Wilhns family reun- it^ ice ORIENTATION HELD ion. Also going were Mr. and Bestwav SDray rv Thurschy was orientation Mrs. Henry Weyen and John day for eighth grade impils Weyen. Albert's sisters from E. 3921 iST AVE., SPOKANE, WASHINGTON from Blair and the elementary. California and Oregon were KE S-2|83 school. They spent the day get- here or the gaflevin,g. They CLAIR G. REID (m21-jllp) tint a ook at what their fresh- are the Orville and Harry - men days will be like this fall. White families. N J Children 75c; Adults$1; Faro" TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED FROM TEAM MEMBERS OR AT THE DOOR. FINANC00 COMMITTEE, DR. J. B. MURPHY,