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Page fl Cheney Free Press Friday, May 22, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE SEVENTY-FIFTH ANNI- VERSARY OBSERVED-Costumes, old photographs of the area and old coins highlighted the open house on May 15 at the 7Sth aaniversary of the National Bank of Commerce. Medi- cal Lake manager Don R. Winans termed the event very sc- cessful for this office. Approximately 200 people stopped in for refreshments Friday afternoon between 1 and 6 p. m. Mrs. William Peper of Waukon won the prize for guessing the cor- reef number of pennies in the iar. CHURCH WOMEN ENJOY MUSEUM Women of the Ladies Aid of the Commtudty Church en- joyed the home museum of Ruth Ghsg)w awd Arzela Phillips Wednesday afCernoon. About 26 were present. Among them were several guests, Mrs. Bacon of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Walter Johr, president of the Twilight Circle, and Ms. Helen Lid4eK Among the ilems is a sea shell coflecUo, belonging to A, Phillips, thai she bega cO,l-t When she was only 4-years of age. Also shown were pieces of pet- rified wod and ancy work from other countries and many family Piettwes ,and oher keep- sakes. Twilight CirCle will meet on Tuesday at the .home of Mrs. Myron Krumm for the last meeting until fall. Rev. Bilups s spending this week at "The F.," a sters retreat t Belirgham. Mrs. Ed Carey of Lewiton is spending the week with Mrs. Btllups and cI4Ven. EASTERN STAR MEETS Iyal Chater of Eastern Star met llOmd0r, with Wocthy lIatron Evelyn Dm-fe presid- ing. A short progava in hon- or of Motlr&apos;s Day was given and each was ln'esented with a corsage, lVlrs. Martha n of G]gow, Mo., was a visit- or. Tables were decorated with spring fkrrers argl 'esh- mer were ,served by Mr. and Mrs. Abert Hinkley, Elen Brown and Emily Perln. On Thursday eveak sev- eral members teded the re- eeption for Elsa JOhnson of the Spokane I_yalty Chapter. Going .from here were Mr. and Mrs. Wilm Durfee, Mrs. Ruth Turner, Emy Perlan, tgva Hines anti Carolyn Kuehne. ATTENDS WORKSHOP Mr. and M. George Palmer and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gar- ner attended a legislative work shop ad DiStrict 7 meeting of the Veterans of World War I at Moses Lake on Stmday. The Pa ,briers spent several days last week visiting her meetings with various barracks tn Spo- kane last week. GRADE SCIIOOL NEWS The beginners ,band, mter the direction of Mr. Thom, will present a concert or their parents at the elementary sctml t 1:15 p. m. today. June 5 will ,be Um hst day of school for stdents in the Medical Lake Seldom I>istrict. JuRe 8' will be the last day for hot hinvlms and the special milk program. There  be o sel=i June 4, eaving the day free s a work day for teahers. Btms will pick chil- dvell llp oPe ,hot latev than u o Jtme 5, as thl will be at 9:30 that day. Repo ear wi be given ouCt at that time with sehl d;mm'.s'mg at 11:20. Teachers of the eementary school dropped ,n on Ruth Cdosgow at her ,tme after cbool on May 13 to celebrate her first year since she re- tired after arty of teacffiag. RefreShments were served by Arzela Pps. BETHEL 26 INSTALLS erly Harmon was intall- ed as Hor Queen of Job's Daughters last Satury eve- nirg, with Nancy Osterhout as installing queen. "The Cross of Light" was the theme of the evenling with ;her motto be- ing, Let Your Light So Sei Other offices installed were: Karen Tonldn, senior priness; Shelly MillS, jtmr princess; Alice H, ollr, guide; P.a King, marshal; Sharon Tysor, chap- bin, and Arm Karding, mum- clan. The five messengers in stalled wore Suan Parks Vivki Oranchain, Janice Cogs- well, aane Tyson and Linda Von Lehe. Mary. Maloae was ins.led as seor custodian and Pam Staples as jor cus- todian. Inner guard is Dianne Cam- bridge. Other italling offic- ers were Vield Medenhatl Charlene Swigart, Gaff Oster- Lout, Terri Musser, Mrs. SUm- son, KaChie Ogden and Novma Swigavt. In charge of the guest book was Dee Cllier. In charge of the programs were Terri Nilles and Scotty Perry. Paiges were Sandy Raggio and Cormie Oarpenter with DeLene Wtess as custodian of Bghts. Vocal soloists were IAnda MacDonald, singing "He," md Ellen Hoffman with, "You'll Never WMk Alene." A cake with a cross to carry out the theme was served by Mrs. Wal- ter Eades, Mrs. R. R. Shankle and Mrs. El, mer Fades. Bea Von Lehe is guardian and Mar- ion King is the assistant of tMs group. OPEN HOUSE AT LAKELAND This Stmdy w be open house at hakeland Vfflage. The public s invited o bring a picnic lunch and spend the day. HOT LUNCH MENU londay  Turin cheese bunwieh, potato chips, green bean, peanut buCter Brown- ies, pears and milk. Tuesday  lonto pups, sauer, art, peanut butter sandwich, a1ios, milk. Wednes(tay- Turkey and gravy ,oer potatoes, coffee bread and butter, tossed green salad, fruited jello arid milk. Thursday -- Sliced hahn, creamed parodied potato, (riced carrots, bread and butter, peaches and milk. Friday -- Gled cheese :".andwiehes, wlmle kernel corn, salad, celery and carrot sticks, gold cake with lemon sauce. PERSONAL MENTIONS Visiting with the Locke Lewises Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. ude Mor- gan' and Lonnie of Spokane. The Frank Bakers and Ma- sha McGuire drove to Moses Lake Friday afternoon to visit and to take Mrs. Ola Baker on a weeelmd trip wich thegn to )riftwoed Acres on Lake Cle Elum. Olrk Cole is again in Texas on business. A recen visir at the Cole's was Mrs. llen Perry of Seattle. David Probst- feld was home or a few days from his work at Astoria. Guest speaker at the Assem- bly of God chu,reh was Lyle 0'Nell1 of Spokane. He and his wife ,and small son were Sun- day dhmer guests at the IAew- ellyn Hillhriek home, aong with Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hill- brick and M a Andexsn and, Lesa. Mr. arid Mrs. W",fllCam Dur- fee, Tom and Terri Tignew of Spokane visited with friends at Twisp Sunday. The I-hrl Gliasgors were hosts to a birthday nner Sunday in honor of the Hugh Glasgow's wedding anniver- sary and Harl's btrday. Oth- ers attending were the Max Glasffows, Ruth Glasgow and Arzedla Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wheeler of Seattle were weekend guests of the Water Jo,hnsons. Attending the Rehekah meet- ing at Spangle Wednesday were Elle Brown, Vgie Carl, Ollie Henning and IV[a,be Shoaf. i On Saturday those atending ,,at Deer Park ware Daisy Lew- is, Virile Carl, Mabel hoaf md Ol.lie Hennng. rs. WaMo Jackson sve,nt the weekend at Pacific Lu'her- an Uversity. Wfle here she attended the play "AoCher Pat of the Forest," in which the Jackson's daughter, Gwe, had the leading pat. FROM THE Medical Lake -- 1934 C. E. Sulliva arid Ethel Lightfoot were married the past week. Mrs. Sullivan is a cousin of Mrs. Joe Bed,nos- chek. Mr. and Mrs. George Ditt- berner have purchased the house formerly occupied hff the Shell Garner family. The 54th wedding anrdver- i sary of Mr. and Mrs. Abert Dittberner Sr. was ceIebrated with a dinner party given by the Charles Ikenbuvgs. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz arid family, Mrs. Phal- en, M's. Ed Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Shanhope of Spok ae; Mr. md Mrs. Wims and family, Jr. and Mrs. Carl Dittbzerner md family and Mr. and Mrs. George Dittberner. All of the Dittberner's eldren were present except Albert, Jr., ho is on the ship, SS Redwood, en route to Alaska. Medical Lake piano studerds to be presented in retal by Miss Arm'a Beldon  lichard Hutchinson, Maxine Thexon Grace Fothergill, Billie Luders Lorene Svenson, Luella Sven- son and Jane,-, Hutchinson. 1944 Boy Scouts who will receive i ]refit badges are Ted Hussey, I Melvin Reasor, Robert Nelson, Jim Gilbreth, Roy Holliday. Serving on the board of review are Clifton Hussey, L. A. An- derson and Herman Thiemens. Funeral services were ,held Wednesday fr Dr. John C. Boyle, 67, who ws assistant superintendent of Eastern State hospia.1 fer mare than 20 years. He is s trmved by his wife, Nora, ,at he hmne; one brother and twe sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Shdon, Vaughn have pureb.ed th Chet McDonaM ,house. Mr. and Mrs. Ohase Apgar of Mfllwood purchased the Vautlm home. Teachers Who .are retu next year are Superendent Clifton Hussey, John Holt, Joyce Dicki_son,  Wynia ,and Valvia Reasor. , Mr..and Mrs. Harley Sire(ms are parents of a h,hbaby girl. She has been named Carolyn June. 1954 Wesley A. Hu,ff was elected ,superintendent of Medical Lake schs. Miss Hene Pedige was elect- ed hormred queen of Job's Daughters. Gommencement exercises will be held May 27 for Margie ALTers, ,lVrgaret Arthur, Carol Ann Boyle, Edna Bishop, Jtme Clark, Jon Ctmmings, Rita Ful- ler, IIe ne Pedigo, Ranoaa Ev- ans, Nell Smith, Carl Sanders Jim Johnson, Dan Wyma and Bob We atheaU. NEARSIGHTEDNESS Q. My husband is quite nearsighted whereas my eyes are normal. What are the chances o our baby being nearsighted ? A. Theoretically, a 50-50 chance. Nearsightedness is an optical defect, usually due to elongation of the eyeball. Studies on twins show that the optical structure of the eye is inheritable in the same way as other physical features, such as ears, nose, etc. CALLUS FORMATION Q. I have a bard, callus-llke growth on the inner border o my middle linger, close to the nail, It can be trimmed or plcked away but comes back. How can it be re. moved permanently? A. If it is simply a callus, the first" step "is to avoid further irritation. This rule, by the way, applies to any callus. In your case the irritating factor may be "picking" of the skin. This source of irritation might be tvoided by covering the area with adhesive tape (change every second day) for as long as necessary to break the habit. Prescriptions filled with ex- pert professional care hy pharmacists who take a per- sonal ifiterest in you. Send Medical Question To Box XXX e/o Cheney Free Presa. BE 5-6348 W. H. Westerman Espan01a News By Katherine Holl0way GRANGE TO MEET Espanoh Grange wi met tonight with the Claude Gar- ners as hosts for supper. A film will be Shon by Ken Kessler of the Gmge Insur- ance association. BRIDAL SHOWER HELD Rosemarie Jones, bride-eect of Mike Gilhreth, was gues of horror .at a Shower at the home of F_;dna Reitmeier Friday evenlin.g. Gests were Helen Finson ,Eleno Ahlf, Donna Mttsser, Bea Vn Lehe, Eloie Vn; Lehe, Pat Cooper, Berneal G'flbreth, Audrey Webb, Dorothy Kukuk, Alva Graham, Nob McMasters, Jan- et Syprejda, Dois Winan and Zelma Heyer. PERSONAL MENTIONS Minnie Peterson spent he weekend with the Lloyd Krapps while Ive Peterso ,and WaRer Rosenau drove to Tormsket for some fishing. The Gus Peh:rsors visited with the Clarerme KArSlmers .at Tyler Thursday. On Satur- day they ,attended the dedica- tion of the new post office at Fafrfield. Wedrmsday visitors at the Oscar Reitmeiers were lWr. and Mrs. Harold Oon of Spo- kane. Sunday dnner guests at the Reitmeiers were the Os, car Musser family and their guests, Gayle Osterhout, of Seattle. The Bob Retmeies of Medical Lake were also guests. The A1 Willms were Sunday dinner guests of the Marvin Wilims. Dave Caudill of Spokane and Mel Arnold spent Suniday fishing at Clear Lake with good luck. Saturday evening guests a,t the Frank ridge home were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vvagg0ner of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Penallurick of Moses Lake spent the weekend with the Moriartys and Sefrdges. L. T. Cromer, Larry and Judy of Swague were Sunday supper guests of the Jack COgs- ell family. Roy Rosenau, wlm lost an eye in a lawn mwer accident at his trome, came home: from the hospital We,4rresy and went hack to sch,ol the Ikfl- lowing Monday. Dimmer guests at he Rosen, an ,home were Atom Hodgson ,and Oathrine Haman. Mrs. Hanson rema- ed to ,spend some $iTm with the Rus. The Loren Von Lehe family accompanied he o Winans and the Fritz Gilh'ehs to the Bud Swigart home in SooLane !or Stmay dnr. Mabel hoa ,and Mrs. Sarah Jighfil were Sun dinner guests at the He Kukuk home. Saturday eveg la- bel aeeompamed Daisy I.ris Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts OTTOS VISIT KEITHS FOR SUNDAY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Otto and family of Post Fags were Suuday dinner ,guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keith. Saturday evening supper Virgie Carl, Marie Conley and Ollie Hennng o a Rebelah meeting in Deer Park. The George Meserve family received a phone call fro,m their son in the Navy in San Diego Saturday evening. He I plans to be home in June af- ter he is through wi bot raining. On Su, ncday Mr. Me,s- erve arid chiMren attended the Bethel 48 instal'htion at Otis OrChard. Visiting with Mrs. Howard Wims on Thursday after- noon were Mr. and Ms. IMll Bahme, Mrs. Art Welc'h and Ben Lehn of Spokane. Aman'da Albts visted with Mrs. Ethel Bolts in Spolane on Wednesday. On Saturday Ren- zil MeLaine d Amanda vis- ite,d with Chyon Lausch a Mead. A Monday caller at the B,ill McG0urin home was Mrs. Stan- ley Swarrsons of Wauko. The Don Hiltons were Wednes@ay callers and the Emi,10onrads of Spokane were supper guests. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Webster and the Don Lamberts of Ciheney. Bob Lambright visited at the Fred Johnon,s on Friday eve- ning and Billy KuIm Was a Suncay dinner guest. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis and Charles were Mr. a.nd Mrs. Charles Lightle of Rea,rdan. Sunday evening visitors at the Davises were Mr. and Mrs. Hank Davis of Ritzville. Steve Ableman of Cheney spent Friday night with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ablenlan. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ableman were Saturday a ftern, oon callers. Ed Oarnes of Newport was a Morday morning caner at ihe Lloyd Ableman's. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schell vis- ited Mr. and Mrs:. Pink Col!ins in Spokanie Sunday evening. Mrs. CoHin,s is just home frcm the hospital. She was in a car accident .a week ago. Saturday evening dinner guests of Sue Ham were Kathy Deimnger <rf Cbeney, Russ ace Jr. of Four Lakes and Russ Kolloway of E,panla. Sunday afternoon visitors of the John Harm tamity were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Morgan and son Lonnie of Spokane, Mrs. lda Ham aad Mr. and Mrs. Ted am and family of Cheney. Sunday afternoon callers on Mrs. Bertha Piotts were Mrs. Wflma Potts, Mrs. Ida Hoen and Mrs. Ted Iam. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS FOR THE PAYMENT OF ASSESSMENTS WITHOUT PENALTY IN LOCAL IM- PROVEMENT DISIRICT NO. 1, MED- ICAL LAKE. WASHINGTON. Notice is hereby given that the As- sessment Roll for Local Improvement District No. I of the Town of Medical Lake, Washington, has beer filed by the Town Clerk with me for collec- tion, and these assessments are due and payable on May 15, 1964, ar*d all c.r any portion of an assessment may be paid on or before June 15, 1964, without ir- terest oz' costs. B. F. Morean, Town Treasurer (May 15-22 So Appropriate on so many Occasions. Graduation CORSAGES, BOUQUETS Memorial Day PLANTS, SPRAYS, WREATHS Weddings COMPLETE FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS ALWAYS A WONDERFUL SELECTION. BOUQUETS, CORSAGES, PLANTS Chet's Flowers On the Hiway WE DELIVER PHONE 23S-4916 CALL FOR Notice is hereby Clerk of the City of will receive sealed on the 26th day of City Clerk's office, 609 Second Street, on the foIlowirg Item One: Fire, and $100.00 deductible the equipment of the set out below. Item Two : billty and Property with limits of liability: for bodily injury and damage. Liability the City of Cheney thereof including Fire, Sewer, Polic policy to insure unteer) in the Trucks on emergencY policy also to insure while officials and private automobiles City of Cheney on of Cheney business. Bidders should msals on Items One The City of nsured under Item 1. 1948 Chevrolet value $1,080.00. 2. 1946 Caterpillar value $6,500.00 3. 1941 Dodge value $2,000.00. 4. 1940 Pirsch value $5,000.00. 5. 1949 Ford panel 500.00. 6. 1952 Dodge Bee our value $2,500.00.. 7. 1955 Ford F800 flr our value, $11,540.( 8. 1964 Plymouth, together with value $3,500.00. 9. 1947 value $350.00. 10. 1957 er, our value 11. 1955 Hough $7,500.00. 12. 1942 tank, our value 13. 1956 Dodge equipped, our' value 14. 1949 Oliver $300.00. 15. 1950 $.-ton utility body, 16. 1947 value $2,000.00. 17. Asphalt 2.wheel our value $200.00. 18. Asphalt 2.wheel with spray bar, 19. 1963 Frd, car, together with our value $3,000.0 20. 1963 Dodge $7,000.00. As to Item Two, on the following of and SEWER Miles of sewer Payroll : total posal plant $837.( Revenues $35,! WATER Gallons: 226,063 Revenues : $58,0 Payroll : $14,87 PARK Number of three, 4.2 acres One swimming Swimmin: Payroll STREET 13.5 miles of unpaved Payroll Street Removal : $1,496.' Street $459.49 Other Street $13,645.82. FIRE DEPARTM: Payroll : Number of volu POLICE Number of time : 2 Payroll : $20, GENERAL municipal fled : Payroll : LOSSES, LIGHT Payroll : $38fi Revenues : Line mileage : The City of to reject any informalities in Each bidder Cheney a blank the insurance which he proposeS insurance. Bids will be ing of the City the City Light Street, Cheney, p. m. on Roy Foss, Free Press CHEVY 1I by Chevrolet Go on an eco this Sure, a Chevy II just about runs on pea- sedans, wagons and sporty jobs nuts. But this frisky family car will take sure to be priced right for the whole gang along on any trip. And in cause right now is plenty of comfort and a whole lot of style. Time at your C Along with pep, it has a roomy, com- at the time when you'll get fortable Body by Fisher plus virtually from a new car, you'll also effortless care. Battery-saving Delcotron deal on your old one. generator, self-adjusting brakes, long-life Being so: muffler and other big Chevrolet features only add to your fun. And th all help you save on maintenance, practical is at your And there's a big choice of models-- o  .,,wa ,m,,as during Trade 'N' Travel Time.' Chevy .l:1 Nova S Coupe Brown and Holter Motor 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY 2: