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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, June 4, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway M-UICAL LAKE AT TURN OF CENTURY-- This picture, which appeared in the large book, History of Spokane County, published in 1900, was copied by Warren Westerman, Free Press photographer. The accompanying text said in part, "Medical lake is a delightful body of water containing extrordinary medicinal properties. It has been designated as the "modern pool of Bethessda' because of the Bur- prising cures which it has effected. From time uknown we are told the curative properties were known to the Indians who congregated in great numbers around its shores, bringing the afflicted from all directions. According to Indian tradition the Great Spirit gave the water its medicinal properties. The water has been a positive cure in severe rheumatism, catarrh, skin and ether diseases." CARDINALS WIN PENNANT The Medical Lake Cardinals cable in first n the Northeast A baseball competition after winning ,over the Cheney Bhck- hwks 8-6. With only one loss, to East Valley, the Cardinals ha, d eight wi.ns. Their overall record was 16 wns, f,our loss- es. Ev Semineaux was high wi:th a .444 batting average. Jim Gtenm .arid Jim Bght each compi'led seven wins and no tasses Ntc'ng. B'ob Bell led in runs scored and stolen bas- es. LIGGINS DOES WELL Carl Liggins took part in the State Tmvk Meet at Elens- burg over the weekend, bring- ing home a few lanos. Lig- gins, a .senior, set a new school record 'of 10 fht in the 100 yard 4ash. He w one of three boys at the meet to place in the events, all fifth places. '12mse were tow ,hudles, broad jump  I00 yard . / HIGH SCHOOL NEWS On June 1 the seniors and parents met in the library with Don Kyle, Jim Van Matte and Dr. a, ylr of EWSC tor test intepvetaUo of the Wash- ilton pro coLlege tesCs, wi'ch were given some time ago. Aso on Jtme 1 the GAA tm team traveled with Mrs. Itarrs to Bast Vatley for a meet. &me 9 is the dae for the azmuI awards assemMy. June 10 is teacimrs work shop with no Clmol for students and Jrme 11 is the  dys of school until Sept. 7. The last day of hool   from 9:30 untl lla. m. Senior chss members and theix  eajoyed a banqUet nd bl Friday evening at the HQl:iday hm. Chaperones were r. mad ,Mrs. Jim Van IVatre, r. md .Mrs. Gerald Oonners and lv. ad Mrs. lollin Jolm- 0. IN VIET NAM WAR Isltahnan David A. Chmx USN, a of Mr. and Mrs. Wdlard A. CAnaxh of ,Meal- Lake, wa sehedied to ar- vie in ),_laeda, CAlif., My 29, aboard the attack aircraR carrier USS H, low- was Mrs. Howard Morgan, mother of Tami Morgan, mas- cot for the group for two years. Mrs. Harris came here three years ago and re,organ- ized the pep club to a girl's unit, with no frosh dowed. td in m majority of . air strikes cold.ted aiast North Viet Nam and o Viet Cmg gerril- los m South Viet Num. In eight n.jor strikes anti mmaevous mmov operations, tmcock aircraft struck eem- nmnist bieting areas, hara sad youi traffic, and Iraeked out antidvcmft bat- furies, radar instailatims and nny bridges vtal to cunmm- nist stqapl movements. The final week of school is a busy one at the elementary school. bout: 40 parents and friends atended the band per. fomanee of the beginners fifth grade .group. They pu on a very good selection and shouM he cammev_ded. Their director is Mr. Thvn. Punch and cookies were served. On Wednesday the 5th through eighth grades wi take tl, mmual ro]ler skating trip by bib to the Rollexcade in Spokav. Their teachers wi'l acmp,w them. The ime will be from 11:30 until 1:30. This is amething that has been dme i.tead of a picnic for So, he 15 years. Thursday is  1oliday for students with a work day for teadmrs. BuSes will pik up students one ur 'late Friday with school taking up t 9:30. No sCudents ace to aive before 9:20. Schl wilI let out at 11 . m. J, une 9 is the lastday for hot luwches nd special milk. The teachers wl lmve their armual breakfast June 11 t 7 a. m. at the International Air- port. grade teacher, will be taking a position on the staff at Lake- land Village to work in arts and crafts. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Frances Llew- She wKI be leaving soon for ellyn announced the engage- Denver, Colo., to be with her merit of their daughter, Karen, husband, who wil!l be working to lay Labish, son of Mr. and for h4s masters degree in eclon - Mrs. John Labish, last week erodes. She plans to teach. Miss at a family diuner a the John Martin, the cadet teacher, will La,bish home. Kar:en is attend- take her place. ]ing Kimnan Business Univev- The pst few weeks the Car- J sity and Ray is studying to be d, aires have elected officers for I a draftsman at Spokane Com- 1965 and 1966. Past officers[munity College. He will grad- are traimng new fficers for! uate in June.-No wedding-date 'the coming jbs. Diane VonJhas been set. Lehe  .be the new drill com-J mander; Diane Peters will be PERSONAL =v=r vice canmmrtder; Terri Long , ": :'.'?? .... :' :- h*:,- , .._. ,,^ ,___ re u,a Amrs ana me rer- merit officer, and Marsha Me- ..'-.   .... n:e wee;? ..... nsnmg m me creek a Wmtts mre ts secremry-treasttrer. Lake The Mel ArrtoMs spent GRADE SCHOOL NEWS Thursday fishing at Co,fee Pot j and broght .home bass, sunfish, cralapie and perch. On Sn:day i they wre poffuck dinner guests at the E. F. MacAvoy LIONS MAY ORGANIZE An atm is being made to start a IAens Cu.b in Medical Lake. Any dult male who is interested shou meet with ing a seven,motth cruise with Seventh Fleet in the West-[the group June 7 at 7:30 in the own Pacific that nduded three I City ltI. of c0bat ogerans. J BA Since Feb: 7, utll she de-[ RRACKS TO MEET Iron, ted the Western Pah'c for l A worm War I BarTael and the United States, the Hanoockl uxiliary No. 2963  meet Jme 8 at 8 p. m. in the cry CEREMONY PLANNED he inal Cub pack mee45ng will be held June 14 at 0 p. m. at Clear Lake for a weiner roast nd awards ceremony. A Cubs and their faes axe in- vited, with families asked to bring their own food. TEACHERS MISSED Four teaers  ,be leav- irrg the elementary school sta. EaCh and every one of these teachers will be missed as they have done a fine job. ,Miss Van Damme, seeon grade teacher, will 'leave to at- tend col,lege in Portland, were she wtl prepare for mission- ary wrk. Mrs. Andrea Iartin will leave the third grade to trave to Kentucky wth her husband, Lt. Wayne Martin. He wi cto graduate work there and she hopes to teach nearby. Mrs. Oaoll Youngblood, fourth grade teacher, will go with her 1usband, Lt. Ray Youngblood to Little Rock AFB in Arkansas. Mrs. aiet Frasure, first HONORED AT SHOWER Miss Roberta,Lewis was hon- ored wth a 1 mhmvex last week at the .}mane of Bthl Bot- ten, wth Daisy Lewis and Jen- nie  as co,. ,Her Iue and white col scheme was .carried out i center piece rd relreshments. Ffteen were present. Miss Lew will be! married Wednesday to F_lward Beyer. ADVISOR SURPRISED lLs. Harris, dvisor for the Cardaives, was pleasantly sur- prised last week when 13 of the group had  to dinner at a Spokane reant, She was presented th:a .corsage as hme at Worley. Other guests l were Tom MacAvoy and fam- ily ,of Negmt and Pat c- Avoy anti wife of Mosw. ] Herb Baker and Larry Morse fished for Sahnon on] the Snake river Saturday but I didn't have much tck. On SuLy they fished here in the afar. and Mrs. Howard 0wen were Mouday morning visitors I at the home of Rev. and Mrs. ] Bi1ups. Dr. wen is psidenl of Iowa University. ! Sgt. arid Mrs. Robert Lee and! frails, lefl r Omaha, Nob. Dottg Sormeborn ad Dianne Geise spent lhe weekend at the Ed Sanneborn hrae. Doug left Tuesday on the Northwirtd for [ Panama, New York, Copemha- gen and point Barrow. He will be back .1rome on Oct. 14. Step,ten Probsfeldt of Seattle k at home to visit with his brother, Riv2mrd, who is here from Key West, Fla. Mr.  Mrs. Ed Maho vis- Red last week With Mrs. ,tar- son in Spokane. On Sundas, they drove to C,hewe,h,h to visit with Mrs. Marie Seimer, a for- mer re, dent of Medical Lake. The Jim Secords drove to l White Salmon for the weekend to visit With the WaITeR Ckgs- wells. On he way home tlmy visited in Kennewiek with the Glen Lewins. Mrs. Ethel Sapl spent 10 days in Bozemn, Mont., visit- irg Old friends. The past few days have been spent with Wil- bur md Don Staes and thei families at Newport and The Floyd Mores are moving into the Staples' dtplex. Mr. md Mrs. len  spent the weekend at Bairn. bridge Island With the Groves family. Sgt.  lVlvs. Richard Hodge spent the weekend visiting t Leavenwurth. Phth'p Grub came lmme Thtwsday for a 10 ay visit with ts family. He and Mrs. Elkn'y drove to the Coast to visit with friends ard relatives at Salem and Centralia. They returned home Monday. The Sherman Welborns re- ceived word that Mrs. Robert Lewis of Wevtchee underwent rgery last week and is re. ooverig nicely. The George Palmers visited with Mr. and lVlm. W. Godale, who have been at their house for several days. Teach your child t to chew leaves, ,seeds or roots. Too many oxie poisonings are caused by gnawing on brush, claims the State Safety Coun- cil. Espanola News By Katherine Holtoway MEMORIAL GIVEN Esparoh rnlge met Friday evening for ,a Memorial Ser- vice in honor of Prank Jenkins, Edith Solverson and Mr. Stan- ford. The charter was draped for the htter. Ham selections were presented by Shirley H, odgson and Joan:ne Labis.h with Mrs. Labish as aeeom,pa ist. Luelh Kuhn arid David also sarg. Bill Kuhn ad hs name drawn but was not pres- ent to collect Discussions wre held on the booth to be entered in the IRterstate Fair 'this fal and aN on improving the meeting lall Anyone who might ,be able to hep on the project should,, contact Edna I Reitmeier. Supper ws served I t by ,the Reitmeiers. ' ROSENAUS BUY HOME Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ros- enau and son Roy have pur- i ehsed the Schmeidehausen lhome near them and have noved in on Sunday. The Paul Sat/mrs moved into their other ho.use, ttelping with the Sun- day move were the Gordon lIodgsons and the John ttodg- sons of Deer Park. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Ray 'Fhiemens and Carol o Moses Lake were Sunday visitors at the Hoard Williams home. Spending a weekend fJs'hing at Deer Creek were the A1 Witlms, the Chude Beatties and the Herb Gisselberg,s. They report fishing was good. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Nilles joed them Monday. Vsiting with the Carl John- sons Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J(hson and family o Spokane and Phil Schmitt. The harvin Willms family dxoe to Pomeroy to spend the weekend with the Bb Kirk family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sel- fridge and children drove to Ioses Lake Friday to be over- r;iffht guests (ff the JaCk Pen- halluricks. On Saturday they visited with the Dave Wgen family and spent the night. They .attended a family reun- ion Sunday at the arden home of Mrs. Laura Braziel. Little Joe Kuhn is ill with p,rmumona and was taken to Sacred Heart Hospital Thurs- day. The &ordvrt Hogdsons took Mrs. Catherine Hanson, who has been vting in this neig- boyhood, to her home at the l Scott Hansans at Tekea. They! lso visid!be Tim Hodgsons i at Sp..aturday overnight guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Hndgsn al children f Deer Park. ,Mnday %sitors were Mr. and Mrs. Glyndon Sather and baby of Grand Coulee rrd Mac Sather. Vane Hodgsn one- brated ,his 13th birthday ,Mon- day with a dinner at his home. On Wednday Mrs. Micky Moriarty, Dick MOLraTty and i Bob Fischer drove to Moses l Lake ,to visit the Jack Pen-,-I luricks. On Friday Mrs. Mor. iarty motored to Wermtchee with Jack Penalurick mcom, panying her. Mrs. Rena Peters(m of Deer Park arrived Friday to spend several days with Minme and ])ave Peteron. The John I.hishes, the Jer- ry Lahishes and the Walter Rtpps attended a miy dn- nor und ,at the Ne S)w home in Oheney.  from Astovia were Mr. and Mrs. Har- vey  and family and Shar- on Brkhart. The Lloyd KrLpps enjoyed ,a day of good fiShia at Marshl lke &mday.,m, VisiUng the Gary Webleys Smhy were the Jtm Lessors of dk)ses Lake. The Oscar Reitrners attend- ed the Riverside High School gxadion ,last week and ater attended a reception in honor of Judy Hem'Y at her parent's home. On stmday they visited at Davenport at e Phil Tar- bert ie. They also saw A1- lee Green. Mr.  Mrs. Loren Von Lehe were Sundy 'dinner guests at the CAner Oas home in Spokane. Renzil lcLeia .and Amanda Alberts visited with Claytm /.useh ta a Spolmae rest ,frame on Stmday. Visi, tors at their lome  at the I11 - ins Saturday were Mr. and 'Mrs. Chles Hovt and Henry Kk- enbuch ,'vof Wilbur. Jim JOhn- son was a Saturday caller of Gary. M. Lu attended a 50th wedding 9nivermry Weinehy for the H. P. Aid- riches. Sunday dinner gess were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pots nd children. Callers were Floyd Snith and Jeff of Col- bert, the Don Lamhea of Che- hey and he John McCurins rof Sp0000gje Sunday visitors at the Rein- harde Theime'n e were Cbavlie and Annie Plucker Spokane, Wye Weyen of Ken- dick and lYrs. Davis of Lew- iston. Mrs. Sara Highfill passed away Thursday at the home of lbel Shoal Her body was sent to Yakima vchere funeral service was held Monffay. Driv- ing down from here were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Musser and Mrs. Mabel Sheaf. Mr. and Mrs. ! Larry Danielson were Sunday visitors ,of the Musser children. Randy Johnson celebrated his seerid birthday Saturday with ,a family pcnic at Wander- mere, where he fished. Gng were the Johrtsons, Mrs. Perry and Jea Hardenbrook. Over- night guests Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hutchcroft and five children of Moses Lake. They were birthday din- nor guests Snday, as were Mr. and Mrs. Art Studreman and Mrs. Cleo Brown of Spolane, the Los Gibsons of Cheney and Don: Hardenbrook. On Satur- day they visited with Mrs. Mary Lomin in Spokane. Four Lakes By Mrs. Sidney Larson MEETING ATTENDED Dr. Michael Miller ate,ded the monthly meeting of the In- land Society .of Washington Optometric association a Washington State University last Thursday. Dr. Frank Young, head of the research dlvisi0n o.f phychology at WSU, reported on his co ntin- uous visual research. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. Miller and baby daugh- ter Carol Jean and Mrs. Sid- ney Larson attended the May meeting of DWYC club at ;rs. Ernest McMillan's last Wednesday. Mrs. Miller and children at- tended the pancake feed for the benefit of Little League baseball last Thursday evening in Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Ien Barrick Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt MISS KOCH IS WED Ahee Lynn Koch, daughter of Mrs. Daniel Koch, Assembly Road, an'd Mr. Gary Robert Cummins were married May 4 at Cardston Albea Temple, Canada. The reception was held in Spokane at the Stake Tab- ernacle May 21. PICNIC WEDNESDAY The annual Garden Springs School picnic will be held Wed- nesday, June 9, at 11:30. Every- one in the community is inwit- ed This is the way for parents of new students to get to see their neighbors and friends. BIBLE SCHOOL SET Garden Springs Co,nunuty Church will hod its summer Bible school starting June 14. The school runs for two weeks from 9 to 11 a. m. All children are welcome through the ages of 4 to 13. Classes will be held at the Garden Springs School. FIGHT OR SWITCH I1 Mr. Frost doesn't think hav- ing a Garden Springs column in the paper is going to add many new subscriptions and I cd and Mrs. Wilcox returned with her for an inde.finite visit. Fred Swan also accompanied them to Trout Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Boots Earls- court and family and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hill and family spent Sunday at Hauser Lake picnicking and boating. Mrs. Jessie Silcock was a supper guest May 25 and 28 .at the Earl Pendell home. I said I t,h, ought know he s out tc and I guess I'm enemies. subscription MA 4-5584 take your name, money. I with .a black you did switch, Sorry to ing are ill nd in Mrs. Marjorie grade teacher, Mrs. Clara i Heart, and Deaconess. Mrs. Lawrence her mother, spent Sunday iting friends. Pastor Allen, or Siegert) and spent the past iting her Wihner return to S. T. O. P. home of Mrs. with six Lawrence The ixth went to the Five l';r 'an outing .Mrs. tIull, Mrs. 3irs. Nickoles Mr. and Mrs. returned from trip to Dallas, and Waco, visited friends It rained most were there and a sand storm I heir be repliaced. of fixing knacks out brought back wood that will and family attended a family' May 26 Mrs. Wylie Brown reunion at Selah last Sunday., took her aunt, Mrs. Silcock, to Mrs. Ray Dirks has been iltlthe senior eitizerns center for the l'ast two weeks. She is feel- [ dinner. ing better now, and aeconpan-I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pendelt led her husband back to Meta-land Mrs. Barbara Mattausc,h line Fas this week. attended the phy at the Civic [ Theater May 27. HUB CLUB [ Harold Pendell Jr. spent Sa,t- Hub Club met Thursday] urday& to Monday with home with Ruth Haidy for an all day ! folks. meeting. The members took a ! Ms. Jessie Silcock was a din- sack lunch and the ,hostess fur- net guest of Mr. and Mrs. nished salad, .dessert and cof- fee. The club presented Mrs. Eugenia Stwe with a check for the Civic Theatre. Mrs'. L. Schmitt reported on the com- munity project and it was de- cided to table it far the pres- ent. Mrs. M. Kline atd Mrs. Lloyd Lovell gave a report on the work shop to he hetd at the Township Ha in June on furniture refinishing. Miss Helen Stengard fvam the county extension (ffice will di- rect .it. Guests were Mrs. Le- roy Goettseh, Cherokee, Iowa, mother of Mrs. Kline, and Miss Carx)l Jean Miller. Members at- tending were Anna Em'th, Phyllis Schmitt, Assie Calsyn, Cau)tite Oliver, Marci, a Mace, Wylie Brown Sunday. Mrs. Sidney Larson spent last Thursday with Mrs. Stew- art Walsh and Mrs. Herbert Hickey i,*in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Lars)n spent Friday night in Vley as guests of Mrs. Fanma Du.hp and son Richard. Saturday they wen to Schnfidt Meadows to visit Mr.  Mrs. Joseph Schmidt, returng home Sun- day. SuRday evening Mr. and Mrs. Darrefl  d Sue Ann and Mr. and Igrs. Sidney tar- son visited Mr. and Mrs. Gev- d Larsan. Mrs. Rtmsell Mace is taking care of Patrida Muller, niece of Mr. Mace, this weak while her parents are on a eamINng Win00 By Mrs. CARDS Windsor les of cards in day evening. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Be Parshall assisted by Adehide Among those Mr. ,and ,Mrs. Irma Hansen wet of were Mr. and tka, Mr. arid wiler, Mr. Bach, Chris Brinkman nd Gus Raugust. PERSONAL M| ,Mr. and visited their daughter, Sweet, in weekand. a imital. "'Jim Oisan is i aer being Edna Levcli, E ugenta Stwe, Jean Miller, B. Kline md Jean Barrick. The next meeting wffi be June 24 at the Towns'hip Halt. The RNC Club from CArney will be guests. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Lean Barrick and chil- dren nd ,Mrs. Anna Erfurth, Dr. and Mrs. Miller and ohil- dreaa ,attended the concert Fday night t the lfiffh sdmol in Cheney by "The Melly Singers." Mr. and Mrs. W. HoffSander, Spolne, c at the C. L. Croks home last week. Ed Crools came out Sunday and took  pareats for a long ride. Fred Lffing came home from Sacred Heart Hospital last Thursday.. He is recover- trip. Mr. and Mrs. Vgil Becker and family, MuMer, Wash., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Del Standerfer. Mrs. Detmar Fitzrmr and .Mrs. Del Standerfer wenc to Plmrzmer hst Friday and at- tended the grattu,ation of Miss Kudy Lawson. They  vis- ited with Mr. ,and Mrs. Law- renee Griffin. Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake ing from ma3or surgery. Mrs. Stagey Arrington is s .lnding the ext two weeks caring far her ather. Jckie Lynn Hartford t- tainted the orse show Satur- day at es stones. This was a 4H sponsored show. Mrs. Robert Old, Pleeentla, Calif., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Havrnon, for the summer. Elaine PliI1tlxson, member of the Busy Fiv4gers 4-H club was a contestant t Central Val- [[ with I[ All Standard 0il Prod AI Haskin th t l O'1 D,$tr, SPRAY SER u k. TREE & SHRUB SPRAYING EACH SPRAYING .......... !t WEED CONTROL- DANDELIO0000:ii.00 ley Kigh Sclmol ,last Thursday evenly. Mrs. Edith Hamilton, Seattle, mother of Mrs. Philfipscn, is Vsiting at the PhilRpso home. Mrs. Sara Kirkpatrick eter- tained ,her dauffbters from Pmedand st weekend. They are Mrs. Euniee Warren and Mrs. Norma Farmed. Mrs. Ha- zel Pvll, Spakane, aasc vis- Red her mother. Sunny Mrs. Powll enter- taued her mother and sisters and umle at Sunday dner. ,Mr. artd Mrs. Claude Garner, Medical, were caleon Mrs. Kirkpatrick. day Mrs. ler 'afled at the Kirkltrick Saturday Mr..and Mrs. Lee Wilcox and fami17, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pdon arid chiklren land Mr. and Mrs. Bert Spear i picnicked and fished on Grouse Creek, getting their limits. Sundy the, Lee Wilcox fam- ily took Mrs. M wilcox to Tout Creek, Mnt., where a a,mily get-to,gether Was hem with Mrs. Helen Wuerl, sister of Mrs. Wilcox. Mrs. Madge er, Kalispel, also attend- FERTILIZER, LAWN TREES SHRUBS AND FLOWERS Bestway Spray 3921 E. 21ST. AVE., SPOKANE, CLAIR G. REID (CALL COLLECT)