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Page 6 Cheney Free __Press Friday, Nhy 29, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway GILBRETH-JONES WEDDING ttsemarie Jones al Mike Gl'eth were united in mar- vi Sunday evening at the Cotmity Church in a dmble rg ceremony with Rev. C_arl- es 15ilups in clmrge. Judy Arn- ol Hi,barD, Ore., was her sksr  mty attending. ,She wo. e blue street-length dress v he bride wve a ",shnple . pink gown. She wore a tiara veil m carried pnk roses with white stepan- ot'm.;,Q The bride was iven in ma'age by  father, Joe Avdold. George Davis was best man, and ushea's were Gary amI AlUm Glbreh. The bride's mother wure a o'rss of beige tare arm the groom's nmther wore a two pioce blue and white dress. A reception ws hem at City Hall with Mrs. Earl Swa,nson in charge. NOlo MeMasters was in clmrge of the guest book. Mrs. Bud Swgert poured cof- fee and Mrs. Eteaov Ahlf potted punch. Aunts of the groom out and served cake. They were Mrs. Norm Graham, Mrs. Jim Gi:11reth of Portland aml Mrs. Ed.rm Reitmeier and  Hesr.. Saxdy Reineir played the vmda music. Charlene and Norma Swgart sang, "I Love YoR Truly," rtd Ctmrlene san', "The Lord Prayer." Omng from out of town were+ the Norman Hug of E1- l, ensburg, the Ken KraN of Redmond ad the Joe Arolds of Hillsboro. CHAMBER INTRODUCES NEW DENTIST Dr. F. S. Fl)qm was intro- duced to Chamber members May 19. President lrrol Eng- sh reported that funs were disbursed for the two Boy's State recipients, Carl ns a Mike Shankle. George Mes- erve was poted can I of tke ly frned fot emn- mittee for 1964-65. The pri- mary purpose at this  is to resurrect a vehicle on wlch to bud the #,oat. ])oat Kyie gave a repor on ro,d develop. ment in the area. C. Etwo0d Lease, director of the ent  De parment m , spoke to tle gmp abottt emplment aI unemFIment facts and figures in ]asrn Wshington. In comparing WaMngtmll State, I.ase said, 'tough not a shirAng star, Spokane is one of  brht spots in our State now, emplvymont wise." 83 GRADUATES AT MLHS BccauKe sees were held for 83 graduates of Med- ic, Lake   Sunday. Mrs. Helen J  the nmsic with Chap- lain Hoffnmn giving the in-I vooatkm. Pm Joynes sang, '1 Wa Wth Cd." ()hap- ,lain Hampe .gave the scriptur- a! lesson and he pasr pray- er and Eleax Hof sang 'he Lords .Prayer." The  was give by Pmv. Bilps  Father Kow- rach gave beaedictkm. Mns. Jolmson also #ad te reces- ar411. The senior class chose as: escorts the fa n- ors: Beverly 'I-lanm, I2, 4ke mnlfle arm Ligills. Graduation ws  lt i,ght with Mrs. Helen Jhn- son ,as musician. Capain Hampe gave in, vocation and Dd Taylor .gave ttm salu- sOmol clmrus ng ctus," "Ha of Ivy." The vale-  address was Ove by Richmond. Twu stu-  were cmem to speak, er Kowrach. OTHER SCHOOL NEWS  arml ud dl be dribmd dm, he week. The enir dabs 11 ave its banquet Wednesday eve- ring at the Fncis Lester I,n in Spokane. examinati.os or oth- ers will be  Jue I, 2 and 3. 0 Jure 4 there wU be n ool for mdents, jst a wrk day for to.hem.  will be one ,hmtr ,hte on Jtme 5, a4th sr.lmol 4hng up t 9:30 arm letting out at 11:30. Report cards wig be dtsteuted. NEW COACH SIGNED BiLl SmithTeter has been sigrd as Imad basketball, track arm  footbafl coach aI aletic dector of Medl-i cl Lake hi eml. He wlili also teaVh United States his-i I tory, Washington history and world geography. He received his BS in Education at Ottev- bein Colee r Westerville, Ohio, and his ,masters from BolRng Green State University, BaKing Green, Ohio. Smith- peter is married arid has two children. He p to be in Medical Lake dining June. HOT LUNCH MENU londay -- Mecli'c1 Lake fav- orite dn, lettuce wedge, 1,000 I Nand dressing, greeal beam, ommge quaxers end mlk. spent three weeks in Liver- more, Calif., vi.sitirg with Mr. `and MrS. James Rego. Mr. arm Mrs. WRlmm Boule of Pop, land spent the past week with the Earl Swanson. 7hey are en route to Yeow- stone Park Fiday visitors at the Claude Garer home were Mrs. Nola of Coeur d'A.ene, M,r. li)m Elridge of Aber- ta, Canada and Mrs. Joe Lab- ish of Cheney. Stmday evenin visitors were Mr. td 'Mrs Locke Lewis. On Monday Mrs. Mary Snead of Ceney ad Tuesday  Hot dos, pick- her daughters, Mrs. Hokl, mustard, catsttp, porto H oa end Mrs. Jesse Wit of cMps, vgetables, fudge brown- CatMo, Idaho, were visitors. ies, Jello and milk. , , The Bob H olten visited at Wednesday  Cook s eoice. [the Pray Keene home on Sun- I day: EASTERN STAR [ Mrs. Edna retired Fifteen members of Loyal [from her duties at Lakeland Chapter of OES attended a I Vi]l'ge ,nd will move to Grit meeting of Electa Chapter in [Falls, Mont., to join her hus- Spokane last Thursday eve- harM. rang and brought ,home the covoted prize, the tvaveain,g gavel. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wflliava Durfee, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Maturing, Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer, Mrs. Emily PerIan, Ruth Turner, Mare , Ethel Commings, Elsie venson, Ruth Haidy, Lily Morgan, Lilace Moore and 50 Web0n. Attending Friendsp Night at Mead Saturday evenin[ were Daisy Lewis, Virgie Carl ' Ol']de Hezming and Mabe Shoaf. FIRST GRADERS- RIDE TRAIN "The first grade class, in Mrs. Frzier's 'Kl Mrs., Martin's rooms, took a train %p to Pangle ,last week. They made e + return .trip by bus. BIBLE SCHO--O'EGINS "The ProAsed Savior" is the theme +f vacafi+n Dible school, to start June 8 ad rtm for two weeks t ,the Community Church. Guest speaker at Sunday servis was Bob Rgem and his fiancee, Rama Knmke, si'nger and musSel, an. At the Assembly of God OMivch tire RiMe scol will :begn June 15 for a week of !ev meetings. Brother Ar- eh, ie Baird was their guest speaker hst Sunday. FFA P LANS'-E'TS The FFA boys met on May 21 n the woatkm agricul- hie at Silver "Lakeaj---2:in August the boys vl enjoy a hamburger fry at the home of Mr. Wood, teacher. PERSONAL MENTIONS unday visirs at the John Honing home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob HMton of Wastuc. rm. They and M. He nning drove to Pot Falls ,to visit with Mm. John I-Imy in the afternoo ViSiting with the William Car nd the Ralp Tysons last week were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zemmr and family of West Bend, W,h., who are en rute to Stagy, Wis. The Cals 'have received wrd from er WiRiam Jr., at .he is in u, y near Kieaer Sten with a missile battal- ion. Mr. and Mrs. George PIm- er attended a district No. 8 m egtng and potluck ltm at H: illrd of the World War I b. s and an Sunny. warren and Bert Edwards celebrated their eiffMa and tenth birthdays Say with. a joint pmy at their home. Guests were David md Joan 'er, Chuck   Van , Jad_  C-era Bot- um.. ,K ,.ml, Elaine C-u. (:men Ed- t li  the were . and Mrs.  sts of   md Jan-  rxk, Wash. lt week at Crk- with lr.  Mrs. Lorea C%y$n. lVL. Harry Cldes of Tyler visited this week. On Sjmiay the StarkweaChers, Mrs.: McCmH and Mr. Oliver en- joyed dmer at Spokane. Dtam Heath anti her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. im MiLCh- ell, spent  week in Alexan- da, Mare., were they attend. ed the funeral of Iaeme's grarctmother, Mrs. Jolm Ross. Mr. mad Mrs. Jn Anderson drove to tttle Srday to visit at Seattle Pacific College and with Ehine Im gmd Judy FROM THE PAST Medical Lake -- 1934 The Bail-Bumgrner.Swan- son mertuies a .Imounce the opepg of their establishment in Medical Lake on Decoration Day, May 30. The newly ren- o.vated place wi be under the direction of Arnold Ackerlund. The Medical Lake cemetery, whie(h s oned and ope'ated by the firm, has been fenced and irapreved. One cabin was bud to the ground and another xar- tialty burned in a fire Sun'day evening ,at Camp Comort. The property is owned by Wiam P. Ulrich of Spokane, wlm re- cently purchased the park. Caxt r Waiters has just com- pleted an u,p to d,te beer lot arm confectionery in P garage building which he has owned for severl years. Commencement exercises will be ,held May 31 with Eric Jolmson of Spokane as the speaker. Evelyn Grifth is val- edictorian and  Mrgan, salutatorian. Other members of ,the class e Richard V.aughn, Lester Ahrers, Arth- ur DeCavo, Frn Bennett and Halex arckert. 1944 The marriage of Hsie Johnson of Stmkane  AMrd A. Besner of Fivfied took place lay 21 i,n the Emmanuel Luthera chuh in Spokane With the Roy. Jolm M. Gros- ehtpf ofclatirg. Mrs. BIies- is a iMr of Mrs. Carl Grub and resided in Medical lake several years before movirg to Spokane. Commencement services were heM for ,nine seniors as folMw: Dorothy Wise, Jean Krmpe, LueIa Svensan, Ruth In,man, Lyle Boyingto, Merle Garner, BoOty ,Kirk, Cecil B md Ray Wise. PTA officers were irstalled ,as follows: president, Mr. Brett; vice president, Mrs. Teseh; secretary, Mrs. Holt, end try, Mr. Demay. 1954 Larry Herin'rag, James Krell and Edward Sonnebmm, eghth grade tdents, rad perfe a- tendance this year. Attending ! Medi'ml Lake soheo from the firs through the eih grade +are Rita Felt, John Ora*tlu, Allen Grub, Mill Glb, La Hen,ning, Jerry Hines, James Krehl, Sharon Perin, Gerald Reitmeier al George Sims. PTA officers is year are $t Parmeter, tmesident; Mrs. Pehrsun, vice president; Mrs. PMlllpson, secretary, and ,. StuPoR, treasurer. edical Pre Scvol wll .ham its mmal *e &me 4 from 11:30 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. at the CRy Fa%k. Free cofee, sft drin nd ice erem_rn will be furnished. Bxmg your own utensils and hot doge ESlmola News By ,Ketherine Hol|oway SHOWER HELD e a Womens Club met Wednesday et the hmne of Bahai, a Secord. A joit baby shower was hem for Part Selfridge atd Luelh Klm. The plans call for a luncheon on June 17 with a tour to fol- low. GRANGE VIEWS FILM EFanh grmge mot Friday evemng with 26 prese to view the m, "Bi ,Ming Amer- ica through the Grae," pre- sented by Ken Kessler of the Grange In Association. Darm Jenem receded the third axed fourth degrees, the koane economies dnt was pre- sented a certfficaSe  work Vaugnn. accamplhed in the past year Mr. mad Mrs. Ken Queenerland plans were "discussed for of Path,tel 2 visited Wednesday [ a work day 'at the cemetm Kor Keenes and the I last Tuesday. Oscar Reitmeier CLerks. J will be delegate to Sta M. Narmm Secd has I grm-ge in Jtme, we pro- Four Lakes Lenard Mace--RI 7.7606 RECEPTION HELD Sun@ay afternoon a recep- tion honong ttree high i sctmol gmflua:tes beMngimg to CYF was hem at the church. The graduates .are K, aren At- kius, Fred Swan and Rabert i Brady. i Sunday evening services were presented by a guest speaker, Rev. Patti Main. Ne Sundy nigh, t will he ttle conclusion of eve_g ser- vices until Fal. Guest speaker ilff be Dr. Dls(m, Dutch Guiana. MEMORIAL PROGRAM HELD AT CHENEY C-varge was held 'at the Four Lakes grge ha, l] Friday eve- ning, With about 50 in attend- the progra,m over to Mike Mil- ler, who presented a 'talk un the work that Made Siemer +or the ond the ++ufliary. She s movirg to Chewehah. A gift was present- ed to her from 'the 'gange and the auxiliary. She will be missed by all. The auxfl, iary ,had a cake baked and decor- ,ated for Mrs. Semer. Every- Dine sang "God Be VCtth You." Rev. Anderson gave benedic- tion. BALL FIELD SET The ball team will be able to tree the .same field this year far practice. CAR WASH PLANNED BUsy Fingers 4-H will hae a ear wash June 6 from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. at the Four Lakes Sevvce Station. Home made cardy will be on sale. !is in charge. Her telelorre number is RI 7-1408. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. W. M. Crooks, San De- go, CMif., spent Thursday un- til Monday ith Mr. and Mrs. Crooks. She was up because .et' the death of her father, Who lived at Moses Lake. Mrs. Art Hathorn returned Friday from her trip to Ftof ida with her daughter mid two grandchildren, Mrs. Meeker and sans. After Mocker re- ceived his caisson in Pen- saola, Mrs. HatLmr,n wen to St. Louis, Mo., where She met her sser frum New York. They spent ,a week together there. Her sister then went back to New York  Mrs. Hathorn came home. Mrs. KirklYtrck vYsited her Ires,band Sunday and found ,him mruh better. anee. A memorial program wa put ,on by the ehaplai aber LAST MEETING HELD the meeting. Participating in i The 1,ast PTO meetirg of the the program were guests from Y ear was 'held May 20 a Four Your Corners grange, Mary Lakes School. Officers elected Prasky, Muriel Brown, Isabea are: president, Burton Bl`ak- Parker and Fran Lind berg. e]y; vice president, Shirley lur Lakes CommunRy clmrch Radon; treasurer, Let Hhgby; chir sang 'Beauty or Ash- secretary, Mrs. Jack Hartford; es." An instrmnental on ac- program cha'wman, Erie Story; cordons was pesented ,by Roy. home econ'omics, Irene Mauget. And ersn and Shirly Radon. A Dr. Fletcher soke on quarte, formed by Roy. An, "Growth With Your Chidren." derson, Mrs. Amterson, Mrs. Spear announced haft games Rad:on and Lee W'lcox, sang to be held at Four Lakes "All the Way." The chaphin, School and the field day to be Mrs. Russetl Maee, then turned held ,a Garden Swing on June 2. Room coun was von by Spo:r's room. viding. A on Was aJso held on a booth for the later- state Fair and a candid,ate foc AUXILIARY MEETS "Fa'irest of the Fair." Pie and Gange a uxary met at the ice cream were served by the home o,f Mrs. l%obert R. Reit- Chude &arners and Katherine meier. Present were Mrs. H oHvay. Evelyn W' Gretchor Moser, Mrs. Savaa',h rmme was drawn but She was WiiIms, Mrs. Ruth Haidey, M. not present. Bormie Scott, Mrs. JMce Ret- .meier and Kent, M. Marcia I1TH BIRTHDAY Lee Mace. Guests were Mrs. CELEBRATED SATURDAY Ruth Sage and MEs. Ernest Iare Van Lehe entertained Geshke. Marcia Lee Mace was on her l lth birthday with a the only on recei4ng a secret pary at 'her home Saturday pal gift. Next meeting will be ,afternoon. Guests were Wen- held 'at the home of Mrs. Oret- dy Musser, Debm Wina Char- then Maser. lene Rider, Kay Stewart, Rite Spflker, Joan Camhvige, Di- BIBLE SCHOOL SET anre Thomas, Chrie Rarber, Charmaine Gwartney, Debra Registration for vaoation Masterson and ReR Meserve. DiMe shool wi'll be dng Sun,lay school SUnday. Pble Charlene tder was an over- school is June 8-12, 9 to 12 night guest. non. PERSONAL MENTIONS Visilg ,here for several GRADS PLAN PICNIC weeks are Mrs. Jack Reitmeier A picnic or student:, tech- md sons Ross and Thn,mie of ers and their families vlm at- Tuleake, CaRt. They arrived tended schooI at Four Lakes Friday evening to visit with between 1908 ,anal 1925  be tim Jim 0wen family at Four' held June 14 at ,anito Park Lakes al'wth the Oscar Reit- in Spokane. The pfluck picnic meiers, will start at noon. Ice cream, Sunday di.rmer guests of the cake, coffee and cold d_:ks H+olays 'and Jolmsons were will be furMshed. Mm. Sarfly, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hepton of Spear, 2525 S: Grand, Spokane, i Chermy. Af4,n Don visitors were Mr. and .Mrs. Otto Sclmtt of Lance Hffi. Mr. md Mrs. Jck (gswell, Darrl and J'miee drove to Deer Park SUnday to spend th:e day with the Dick Wflhns family. Mr.  Mrs. Jolm Lesser of Moses Lake were weekend vis. irons_ at the Gary Webley lmme. i Mrs.. John Maurer was a Sunday visitor t the Morim-ty home. ,Mr. al Mrs ,. Leo Selfridge and oaugh, tevs of Wm-dea and their ,hse guest, Mike Rodges of Michigan, sent the weekend at the Frank Sel- fNdge home. anq Mrs. Micky Moriarty at- termed the grave,'de services at F :armmt cemetery in Spe. kane Friday of their uncle, Martn Penmhn'ick, of Moses Lake. Marvin W:flhns tly were Sunday dirmer guests t the Abet Wimr home. [ Having Sumhy d'maer with ithe Paul Bathers at Wrur i w00e. the 00o00gsom arm Mrs. Gamerme . Sunday dinner guests of the Albert Roeenau famly were Mr. and Mm Wa-n Sehe of Rt_zville. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth DePeel of Porthml. Drop in visitors at the Hodg. son Stmday were Mr. axl Mrs. Reed I-]?an of Tekoa. 'hey were on their wry home rm.. a bowling tournament in seau m wieh mei:r son, tob, ,had wun second prate in lim junior division. This gives m a p to the col- lege of his chee. Bob, 16, won [.first  in a tomammert at i[00l- in Spokane, ,zzvmg " an a of 211, the mgnest e,ex atamed by a ior bowter at the lanes. ! The _Ray Leep fanffiy was lmore with dhmea- at ,e Fred JMma: ffmvae Saturday everng. The Lopem axe leav- ing tbs week far , w. Looper wig be stationed wth the Air Foz. Bob Lam- e Jonos aso vited wth the Bill Kuhn family Friday eveng. Sunay visitors were Mr. and Mx. Jack Penny and family of Colville. Amanda Alberts attended a United Daughters of Corffed. erzcy luncheon at the Creecet Tea Room Thursday. On Sat- urday she and Renzil lLain attended a luncheon at the home of Edith lmga of the Sons arid Daughtem of Ilee, CIlers during the week at the Kkpatrick hne were Mrs. Miller, Mr..and Mrs. Wal- lace Kirkpatck, Spokane, ,and Mr. and Mrs.. o Mi- ran ,of San Diego. The Creoles' ch'dren were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Crooks. Mr. `and Mrs. Ed Crooks and Mr. arm Mrs. Gleam Lunneborg. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grub have been going lck and forth to St. Lukes Imsptal vis- iting Grub's father, Fred. Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Del Standerfer were Mr. and Mrs. Alex ViDat'bos and family. SamlMe, Kathy, and Kefly Kight spent this week wih their grardparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stamper. Su.nday visitors o Mr. and Mrs. Oril',le Phlipson arm family w,ere Mr. and Mrs. Jer- ry Rufevner and daughter and Sgt. Mueller. .Mr. and Mrs. Jaseph Smith o.f Cheweah spent Sunday with Mr. ad Mrs. d Lar son. Sunday +afterogn guests of the Larsons were the Darrell Larsons the Gerald Lessons family. Friday niglt guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bid Larsun were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Farly of Almim. Mrs. Henry Wymstra was a guest +of Sharun Sm_J and Sandi Knittle for the Mother's Day Tea at St. John Wedges. day. Mr. and Mrs. 0,1ie Hvmlei f Spokane vi'ed the Wyn- sires Tuesday. Ms. Jufie Arnd of reen- vile, Mich., visited the Wyr,- stras. Mr. and Mrs. Wystra visit. ed Mr. and Mrs. &tke D4rks f Cheney Friday. Free Press want ads click. Tyler Mrs. ELMER HI VISIT ANA Mr. and Mrs. spent the cortes vsiting 'mad fancily. 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