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i Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, May 28, 1965 Medical Lake News DEDICATION SET ! At the June 6 open hmme g Laeflmfl Village formal dedi- caon of tim lmspital building is pmed, at whiCh "thne it Will be dedated to t mem- ory of Dr. Mason. Represent- atives ,from the Department of Institutions, othe instiPations, parent organizaons arid the legislature  attend and. take an ,active part in the ceremon- ies. On June 2, a special proam wil be hetd in the aditorum at 2 p. m., at which time an oil portrait of I:kr. Mason, paint- ed by Gordon Vales, will be presented to the school depart- merit and hung in a procrent place. A program will follow. The youth activity building, to be erected at Clear Lake through the interest and gen- erosity of the state Kagles or- ganization, has been re-cut at the factory and will be ready for delivery in the near uture. Construction will beff some- time during the summer. This building was one of the dreams of the late superintendent and is being presented to Lakeland ViRa.ge by the: F_gles in his memory. HOLIDAY MONDAY The ,post office, bank and most of the bsiness ouses will observe a lmliday Monday for Memorial Day. However, schools will make use of the day for reguhr classes. Stu- dents WIU have a holiday June ]0 so that the e.fmrs may have a workshop. June 11 will be the ,hast day of shool. OFFICERS INSTALLED The MecRcal Lake Education Ass'n met on May 20 wth Mr. Huff presentirg a progva on the legislative las hat affect eduction. Officers for the 0aning year were iled. They ace: president, Jim Va Matre; president-e1ct, Chuck Van Stone; vk'e presklet, Bmie Ballmer; secretm'y, Beverly Smith and treasttrer, Ted So:l- nlon. 63 TO GRADUATE Bureate aices will be  Suray,  30, at8 p. m. m the ,hh  gym. Sixty three rs will reveive the&, diomas &me 3 at 8 p. m. soart elmsen  the jurd0v  are Doris LynTl, By Katherine Holloway toberta Sipes, Mar Agnew and l.rry Bauman. Mcs. Helen Jolmson  play the processional .and recession- al. Invoeati,n  be given by Rev. Biu'ps. Esther Liggins, a senior, accompanied by Jmfice Key, win sing, "You'll Never Walk Alone." The scptural lesson and a paslora txrayer will be given, by Father Kow- raeh. IAnd MacDonaM will sing "The Lord's Prayer," ac- companied by Janiee Key. The evenirg message wit1 be given ! by Chalxlaln Jmes Duval, on "A Foundation for Living." Rev. James Terry will give benediction. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Applications for the santo:met d.riving education wogram are being taken and anyone inter- es@d may call Mr. Van Matre at the 'high school. The last baseball ame was payed Tuesday with Cheney. A report of that game may be found in the Cheney sports sec- tion. The Bi-County games were held Tuesday on the Medical Lake field. Lincoln and Adams Counties were represented at 1 p. m. and 5:30 p. m. ,a'd the championship game was held Thursday. The baseball team won 8-2 over Deer Park hst week. The junior varsity also won 14-6 over the North Central frosh in Spokane. The band concert was hem Thursday afterroon ,at ]31air School. nlament m Spokane two win- ners came up. They were Date Terry with a first over Cen- tral Valley, but he lost to North Central. Daxia Lynn won over verside but lost to Eisen- hower. Some tennis may be played this fal, ,but if not the team will turn out the fallowing spring. MUSIC!ANS TRAVEL The music department at Lakehnd traveled to the ood Shepard tmme Friday eveag for a wogmm of dancing, sng- ing and aeeordian music. Mrs. arbo is the director ,ad Mrs. Wyborney the accom- panist. Also attending were Mrs. Langfeldt, Mrs. Staple% Mrs. Appel and Mrs. Harris. JOBIES INSTALL Job's Daughters Bethel 26 held public installion Sunday at the IOOF hall. Ronald Bell entertained with piano selec- tions. Isalled were Alice Hller honored queen; Pat King, sen- ior princess; Pickle Obenchain junior princess; Jan laberts guide; Jean Light, marshal Christie Barber, messenger; Pam loberts, Ja:nie Tyso'n, Iam Staples and Charlene Rider, messengers. Retking honor queen was Sheltey Milts, who served as instal'ling honor queen. Rita Whitmer is the guaran and Marian King is the associate guardian. They will have their next meeting June 10. LIGGINS IN FINALS BRIDAL SHOWER GIVEN Miss Janet Lehn was honor- Carl Liggin!s qualified for the ed with a bridal shower May state track finials at Ellnurg 22 at the .home of Mrs. Ruth in the Northeast District track meet ,lst weekend. He ,placed Jackson, with Mrs. Surbeck of first in Iow hurdles, first in Cheey , co,hostess. b,oad jump and third in the Janet's wedding colors were 100 yard dsh, enabling him carried out in lime sherbet centerpieces ,and the refresh- to make the state meet. ments. Thirty persons were REARDAN LOSES Mr. MeMasters took his ten- nis team to Reardan 'last week for an, other win. Winning boys singles was Dale Terry. Se ad was Evne Taylor. W, irming present, irelung ,her sorority sisters of Apha Omicvon Pi at Washington Stae Dnversity. They were Corinda Teer, C"mty Liss and Lynette Tar. pole. Eaine Surbeck f the University of Waskingon was Espanola News By Katherine Hal[away ON BOAT EXCURSION Dr. Eugene Wyborney joined the Westerners Club from Spo- kanle Saturday for a bot ex- cursion up the Snake river. Mrs. Wyborney and Mary drove him to Pullman 'and later vis- ited with the Wayne Moore family near C:lfax. RECREATION DAY HELD Espanola Wvmen's Club held their recreation flay Wednes- 6ay ,of last week with a luneh- e,on ,at Spokane, followed by attending the travelogue at the Coliseum, "Incredible Oalifor- nia." Attending were Olle Henning, Amand*a Alherts Amelia Griffith, Patt Selridge, will retire .here in the fall. Mrs. Weiborn has worked there for 37 years. St. Timothy's Epkeopal Ghurch held its monthly pot- luck supper ,at the Merle Ba- con home Monday evening with ,about 30 present Mr. md Mrs. Rothlisberg have moved to Spokane to live. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Grub spent Sunday at the Fred Grub home in Pullman. Frid, ay Claude Beattie, A1 Wilms and Marvin Wfllms spent the day fishing at Chap- man Lake. They also visited wih the Hersey Burts. Sunday dinner guests of tle Beatties were Mr. and Mrs. Herb Gissel- berg and family of Spokane. Cl.arence Dobbins and Glen Dobbins spent the weekend at Liberty Lake where they took part in a men's can{erence for Christian ehu'rches of this rea. Saturday evening dmner guests at the Milton Kukuk home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred! Kukuk of Spokane. Sunday evening the Kukuks visited with the Pred Grubs. Clifford Hrrmon spent Sat- urday night in Sacred Heart hospital :after suffeng a bro- ken left wrist. The H'aznon's son, Irry Jackson, with the Navy at Eeinitas, Calif., is home on a six day leave. Su- san will return with him to attend Paomar Jurtior College. Jessie Crk returned home Sund, ay from Santa Barbara, where she visited with Roy Keene, wo is in Cottage Hs- pital in critical cndition. Her mother, wire is at the Delbert singles was Davia Lyn 9 with Kathy Durlm, second. aW Blek bad Norman Bice took the bays doubles. Win- nirrg ,mixed dubles were Kathy Durham ad Frank Bce and Dari Lynn and Craig Grub. At the Inland Fanpire tour- What a difference an NBofC Home Loan can make !  A new way of life is possible for you and your family with an NBofC Home Loan. Just ask any of the thousands of NBofC Home Loan customers how simple it is to obtain a low cost Home Loan here, whether you plan to build or.buy one of the many fine homes that have proved t heir worth. For a conventional, GI or FHA loan, N B of C provides a local Home Loan service that is fast, flexible, fitted to your financial situation--to buy or to build. And your loan is financed by your own neighborhood N Bof C oc with no discount. Terms up to 25 years on FHA mortgages--and costs are low. Simply visit your con- venient NBofC office. Modernition Loans, too! If you plan to modernize your present home, you will find an NBofC Homo jnprovcment Loan easy to obtain--easy to live with. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE Ml[Mtl[R Fl0 F.8l, O[J'Oll |HftURAHCK (;0aPORATION ME also a guest. Keene home, is also ill. Richard Prabstfeld, with the FRIENDSHIP NIGNT HELD U.S.S. Claude,,,n Jones at Key Fii%ydive were present fay West, stt ,home at the Clrk the Siloam Rebelcah Lodge C-es or a 30 day leave. friendShip night Monday eve- I Ztr. and Mrs. Hank tteynelds ning. Officers of District 2[of S urnner  visiting with the were present along with 371 Walter Johnson family this guests. An adondum was given ] week. a, nd ,donati'olLS for the presi-[ :Mr. Dicus is 1rome fter dent s hbby were taken. The[ sperding a week at St. Lukes hobby, helping Theto Pdlo girls [ Hospital. to travel to Grand Assenffblyl Mr. and Mm. Fred Young, in June, was expkained. A so-whoa ha:ve moved here flx>m cial hour ilrwed, iCalifornia, lmve foun a home CAMPOREE HELD My. Till ,soutmaser, and Toop 207 took part in the Chinook district eamporee Sat- urday ,at Spit Lake. Attend- ing were ton and Mike Tilt, Larry Stafford, Mike Van Matre, Dana Ralph, Mike Ep- ,ling, Guy and Kim Kapn .and Bobby Lurid. GRADUATION SET .Class days for the eghth grade graduating grop  be hd June 2 at 2 p. m. with a program for parents ,and fri,ds. The beginners band concert has been rescheduled for Fri- day at 1:30. Tlse are nmstly fifth graders who will play for the fourth grade students arid parents. HOT LUNCH MENU Mond, ay  Hamburgers, rel- ish, catsup, mustard, mixed vegetables, pieces, tapioca p,udding and milk. Tuesday  Cook's choice and milk. Wednesday -- Chili beans, corrbread and butter, eole- shw with Lavin's dressing, aplalesauee and milk. Thursday -- Hot roast beef sandwich, brown gravy, frozen peas, dl pickles, orange sec- tions nd milk. Friday -- Grilled cheese sandwiches, macaroni salad, celery 'cks, god cake, lemon sauce and milk. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Inez Wah-'or ares re- turned to wrk. after ,b. ring been hurt in a fall Feb. 9. She spent ,some time ia Seattte with the Beckwith fmily. 8he [The pavNh h, all, recently com- ateaded Wednesday's Travel-[pdetecl, is :rmw ready for Su,n- ague with Mr. and Mrs. Huff Ida  School .and meeting use. and Madge Johnson. 8kaurday[ Much ture :has been do- she had dinner with Mrs. Cam-J,nated, wleh is alypceciat. eron, with the A1 Beckwyns and the Dave Lunders as the guests. Sunday she accompan. led Ethel Howell to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Burt Spear. Mr. and Mrs:. W. S. Weborn of San Diego have been visit- ing with the Sherman Wel- R, near the RoL1in Johnsans. They were honored with an open house Sunday. Mr. arid Mrs:. Rob Linton spent the weekend m Butte, : Mont., art vacation. Ernest Smith, Seattle, a .brother in lair of the Irvin Imhoffs, died Thursday eve- nin, g. The Fred Joahrsons visited Friday with Bob Lambright at mber. On Sunday they visited the Les Gibson faanilT in Che- ney. Maud Dittberner accompan- ied her sister, Mrs. Van Dern, Pasco, to Leth,bridge, B.C., wlmre their mother and broth- er in Law are 'seriosy ill. They left Satarday. Roy Butts teft Thuray to spend the weekend on the Coast. H,e represented the Med- ical Lake ,chapter o the Roy- ,al Arch Masons at the gand clmpter in Aubtwn. He al vis- ited wh Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaw in Bremeon. Mr. and =Mrs. Lethe Lewis ave lmme a:fter spending the past five and onehM months in' Phoenix, ,Ariz. They visited relatives while there. V'..siting with .Mrs. Ed Ma- hon onday were Mrs. Ruth Larson, Mrs. Lizzie .'rldnd and Mrs. Ed. L. Maon of Spo- kane. Mrs. Caude Mace came home from Deaconess Hspital i.d, ay. She is muVh impressed b cordin'ed to bed. Mrs. Alvin P1ein ttended the North Centr1 reunizm Sat- urday. Gradtmtes were there from 1915 to 1950. Mrs. Plein graduated with the 1926 ehss. St. Jotm's Lutheran Church women met Monday evening. The youth group ef the As- sembly .of God Church ttonared Butch Denton Thursday ere* ning with a graduate banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stutz- man and four cb:ild, who lived near Deep C'eek, have moved to Minnesota. Mr. and barns. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Wel- Mrs. 1Rl)h Johnson and chil- born of Warm Spring, Mont., dren are now living in their ste hospital have been visit- tmme. S. 120 BROAD ST. ing for three weeks with the Mrs. John Handy of Post have Vurclms- Falls the weekend MAI ;ER ed Mermlllod lmme at Heaing Edna Reitmeier, Mae Beatie, l,uelta Kthn, Evelyn Will, ms, Gesina Preston, Minnie Peter- son arid the guest, Micky Mor- iarty. Grange will meet Friday eve- n,ing with the home economics 6epaTtment giving the 'pro- gram. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Lloyd Knapps drove to Milton-Freewater Thursday on business. They aso drove through Walla Walla and Lew- iton. At Moscow they visited with the Steve Marshal,s. Sun- day they atended the gradua- tion ,of Bob Arnod at &anzaga, where he received honors. Wednesday visitors at the Norm Graham home were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Allen of Bellevue. The Kermeth Johnsons of Spokane were Saturday visit- ors of the Carl Johrsons. Sun- day visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kintschi and house guests of Edwall. They sh,ove,d slides of their recen!t travels. The Jack Cogsw,elis visited Sunday at the Deer Park home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Willms. A Saturday visitor of Janice Cogswell wa,s Joanne Smoker. The A1 Wfllms have received word that Annie Plocker is now home from the hospltal, I after skin grafting Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wi]lms were Sunday dinner guests at the Willms home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pen'hal- lurick of Meses Lake were werekend visitors of the Serid- zes and the Moviartys. Mr. and Mrs. Laden Van Lehe and the Scott Barrs of Edvall were guests of the chamber of commerce at the airport Tuesday evening of last week. The Gus Pehrsons visited with Mr. ad Mrs. Charles Stewart Wednesday evening. Sunday visitors at the Pehr- sorts were Dr. and Mrs. Con- rad Cox of Cheney and Mr. ad Mrs. Thomas Edwards ,of Spo- kane. Visiting with the Oscar Mus- sers several days last week were Mr. a:nd Mrs. Claude Mus- set of Paulsbo, Wash. Th,urs- day Mrs. Musser atteaded the mother's tea at C,eelh High School with Roy Rodgers. 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