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Pae 6 Cheney Free PressY &apos; Friday, June 11, 1965 Medical Lake News GPtUB IS HONORED , A'I' POTLUCK DINNER A cammunity potluck dimr and reception was hem at the IOOF Hall in Medical Lake Friday evening honoring Dr. p D. Grub. The weknmae was given by Mm. Zehna Hey- er on beh of the Medical Lake High School ghting cLas of 1949 and te commun- ity. Dr. Grub was a member of the 1949 chss. Mrs. Evelyn Duee, reseng the Order of Eastern Star, Cited the achlevemen of the guest of honor. Attendirg were mem- bers of  , friends and former vlassmates  famil- ies, about 50 in all Dr. Grub ,is assistant profes- sor and head of programs in intexaationl business at the G6rge Washington University, Wahington, D. C. He address od the 1965 high schl grad- tting class Thursday evening. He stressed responsibilities of citizen, ship in an international eoonomy, stairg that a pri- mary responsbihty is to be inffarmed :rmt only of local and omestie events; but also those events of ,an international na- ture vchich have workl wide eects. Other responsibilies cited included the need for sef deveopmen beyord high slol arid that an individual's tMnts arm btl/ties ae like frozen assets tm they are de- veloped .and put o construc- Live use. Commertirg on the intea- tional scene, Dr. Grub stressed th'6 .importance o immediate actoa beirg taken by the Uted States, to protect the interests of United States citi- zens and to he pmvCe world peace, When crises erupt in oreign eoutries. Many charrges wll take place inter- nation,y of significa im- pact to tlte United States with- in the next low years, he point- ed ott, as nations seek to crowd 'a vonCury f progress into less than a decade. Craig Cab, braer of Dr. Gru!b rd a mmber of the 1965 graduating class, present- ed n American flag which had been flgwn over the natn's capto to Miss lortia Li, strident bod txreskient. The flag was a gift to e studert ldy by I)r. Grub. AWARDS GIVEN Mny awards have been earned by the .gradtmng cass of 1965 add on T ,ttrsday eve- ning of ,last week they were presented. The Officers Wives C:hb of Fairehiki AFB present- d three scho]iarships of $250 e,h to Jeanne Gray, Aonzo and Cavles Kotts; Bill Slim- son received the $50 Dr. Grub award and Esther Liggins ud Jan, is Key received scholar. ships to Mr. Lee's School of Beauty. Valedictorian Diane Young received a $350 Washington State University nd a room rent waiver r one semester. She has aso eceived a $249 offbr from EWSC and a $50 check from the Medical Tke National Honor Society. Others receiving the EWSC offer were Carl L  Bely Har- nmn. Carl has a $350 sCholar- ship from WSU axM  PTS slolavship of $200. Bey Iar- mon .lso received (me for $249 fr the first year and $177 for each of the ext tw yeas. Receiving perfect attend- arme ,aards for tvo years were A Denton and Katherine Sevp'mas, with Sn'dra WilSon and Dick Burke having recognition  one year. The American Homemaker of To- mrov aard was lresead to Stuffs Key. Allan I)enton re- ceived the senior ahletic award. Schohp pins tkr 3.5 gde ave,ges or ,better were given to D'mne Young, Beverly Ihrnmn, (Sa , Alonzo Wertz a,xd Bill St'raison. The Imrents of Diane Young aad Beverly Haamm were pre- sezted ophies by Mr. Kyle and the girls were givon gold for their viedietm, y aml salutatory achievements. Senior citizensh wIs went to Kay Adams aml Allan Don- ton. They are made ua]ly and are ohesen by thehe a'gh sclr0ol racily, ATTENDANCE PERFECT Baa'nig perfeet attendance certificates at the elementary school fr the past year were Verna Lee Brow, "kiergar- ten; Tommy Beirele, first grade; Joan Spiker, thi_ grade; Beth Arm Heyer Eugene Wolfe, fourth grade; Susan Broyies and David Spri- er, fifth gade; Brad SeeshItz, Diaxma Tkomas, Rita Spiker and Debra Wirm, sixth grade; BiN HaInen Wayne Hodgson, Roanvia PIps and Janie Ty. sen, seventh grade, and in the eiglth grade Clinton Casey, Norman Morse and Lincla Long. By Katherine Holloway SUMMER SESSION SET Summer school sessions will begin June 12 and continue for six weeks, with Mrs. Rarbara Bacon and Mr. Charles Van Sone teaching. The pgram will concentrate (m mathemat- ics and langu,age arts. Children will attend from 8:45 until 11:45 each school day in the custer area ill the elenmnry hol. The firml .day will be July 30. CLUTE MARRIES Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cute recved word from their s(m, Airman Darrell Cute, of the Alemeta Naal Base, rd Bn- ne Neilfen were married May 22 at the base chapel. At pres- ent they 'aye living at Long B ech, where he is n,o,w sta- tioned. BOOKMOBILE TO SERVE Children and adults are urged to make use of the fa- cilities of the Spokane County Dookmobile. This year it will stop at the elementary school on the second and fourth Mon- days .of the summer months from 1 to 4 p. m. OPEN HOUSE HELD Nearly 1,000 persons attend- ed open house arid ded:cation of the hospital at Lakeland Vil- lage Sunday. All teachers were )resert for parent consulta- tion,s; displays were held by 4-H groups, Camp Fire groups, Scouts and Cub Scouts. Grant Ha also hod a disphy and sale of crafts made by their goup. Explorer Scouts hetped with parking cars. The ceremony was held at the :hospital with t'he super- visor off the dion of handi'- capped children in Olympia, Paul Sagers, d.,oing the ,tmm)rs. This 50th mmiversary saw the namkn,g ,of the hospital in on- or of the late Leslie Mason, Who ,ha,d been superintendent for 24 years. Pierre LaCasse, represerta- tire of the Spokane Cunty chapter of the WARC, present- ed a bronze plaque, xvdc will be attached to the building. Judge Ellsvo.h Gump, repre- sentng the hakeand Village association, presented a por- trait of Mr. Mson fr e hos- pital. SCOUTS ENTER PARADE Cttb Scout Pack 207 took part in the Reardan Commun- :ity Days parade Saturday and ca'me home with a red rilbgn for second place. Mothers who hok part were Mrs. Broyles, rs. Smithpeters, Mrs. Put- nam, Mrs. alLan ad Ms. Fin- son. CHURCH HOURS CHANGE New smmer hours at the Community Church beginning June 13 will be at 8:30 with Sunday School at 9:45. BIBLE SCHOOL SET At St. John's Lutheran church Bible school will have the theme, "I Be.l/eve in God" for 3 year olds and up. They begin at 9 a. m. on June 21 and will continue far two weeks. The Cemm.nity Church vs. eatim bhle schools  begin i Jue 14 at 9 a. m. and continue tlrough 11:30 a. m. There w be closes for children fur years of ,ge and up throug high school. Their theme is "My Saviour Teaches Me." Any- (me wising to help may do so. AT REGIONAL MEET Jay Wood attended the reg- ional vocational ogriculture mee ".-xg at  May 31, .hme 1-2. Other area teachers going were Call Long of Deer !ark and Louie .Aderson of Mead. Represetives were preeent rom Idaho, Mntana Oregon, Hmaii arid Washing- ton. The zrmin bjective was to study the pLar for imliement- ing A-'m job occupations. SUMMER MEETINGS SET The loel chapter of the FA met last week to make their sttmmer .iRara, with Jolm Jen- serL new esident, in . The Ju'y 11 meeting  be held at 5 p. m. at the Jesen home, with a pivrc rmer planned. The Atgust 8 meet- ing is scheduled or the hme of Jay Wad, Some of the boys will be working on the sdmol's tree projects dtri, ng the sum- mer. FIELD TRIPS TAKEN The s0heol deptment held may field trps for students ht mmlth. Sme of the llac es of interest visited by the Lakedand Vilhge students were (ce Memorial Musemn, In- teamational , Old Uniort bivestock Yards, fh hatchery and the Post Office. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. lena Wacht- man and family spen the weekewd m Bremerton where they visited relatives and went he, ,use hunting. Glenn 'has ac- cepted a position there and the fmily will live in Port Orchard. Dave Lunder has been .in the Sacred Heart Hospital but is at ome at this time. Weekend visitors were Mx. and Mrs. Lew- is Gessrm of Sweet Home. Mrs. Marie Ah was taken to the Savred Heart a week awe Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Syprejda ad Chilren returned Wed-i nesday farm a weeks trip tel Ptflaski, Wis. where they at- tended the wedding of Norb] Syprejda and Jeanne Fresh. [ The Ab Griffifls and the] lrvin Schuherts spent a few days last week at Curlew a,ke. Sunday droner guests at the Grgfiths were Mrs. Minnie Gratap and Jennings Butch- um of Sp'okane. Mrs. Ras Tan, neberg of Cou- lee City visited Monday with Alice Hil/hrick. The Milton Kukuk family at- tended the graduation of Judy Mathews at the Opium Sunday. She is a student at North Central. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Haynes left Wednesday or Fort Worth, Texas, whexe they will make the'zr home. Espanola News By Katherine Hol|oway GARNERS TO GRANGE Mr. ,and Mrs. C.Latde C, arner are in Pasco this week far the state grange convention, Where Garner s a delegate from Es- pan, pin Grange. Friday eve- n'ing members vcR1 discuss the possibility of ,a beoh or the Interstate Fair this fall. ROLL CALL SET Epanvla W,o,men"s Club will meet on June 16 at the home of Part Selfidge with Irene Rosermu as ,co, hostess.  ca] will 'be "H, ow I Relax." RIDES IN PARADE Amanda 2M'berts again rode in the parade at Reardan Corn- mtmity Days Saturday i,n the Golden Years section. They were h<mored at the picnic that fo. GRADUATIONS HELD High School graduates in this area included Leslie Will- iams, who reeeive=d his dipl),ma at Cheqmy on Frid,ay evening. About 40 friends: and reltives attended a reception flint fol- lowed ,at the home of his par- cnts, the toward WiErams. On Sunday the family attended the Red, dan exercises for Kar- en and Vernon Williams, with a a'ecption fell, owing at the Ral,ph Williams home. In the evening they enjoyed the Dav- enport services where two more cousins graduated. They were Darre Williams and Di- anne He,derby. The Jim Hol- derbys entertained with a re. ception. Terri Musser was among the Medical Lake, graduates Thurs- day evening. She 'has lost no time in finding employment .at the Medical Lake bank. Her! family, the Oscar Mussers, held a reception folloWing ,handing out of diplomas at the home for many friends and relatives. Lyle Hedgson has enrolled in Spokane Community College far this fa] in .an auto mechan- ics course. Stopping at the Gor- dvn edgsan lmme after grad- uation were the E. C. Hodgsons of Verhle, the Reed Ian- sons of Tekoa, the SaCkers and the Alhert Rosenaus. T, Hodgsons attended the Rear- dan services to see Ph.yls Me- Hoes get her dptoma and then Tyler News By Wanda Stengle PETERSONS CHAPERONE Mr. ,and Mrs. Gilbert Peter- son enjoyed chperon,ing the senior class from Sprague 1,ast Friday and Saturday. They mde a trip to the Gardiner Caves and explored the lead and zirm mines at Metahne Falls. On the return trip they sgpped ,at Leon Lake for swim- lmng and had a banquet in i Spokane. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Gilhert Peter- son attended c)mmencement servic at North Central Sun- day afterrmon, where their nephew I)onald Berg, ass president, ,gave the welming address. Gilbert Petersm attended the graduation program at !Sprague High Seool Sunday night. Ladies are serving dad's strawberry shortcake, their favorite dessert, next grange meetirg, June 15, in honr of Father's Day. At st e meeting mem- orial services were held for Mr. Wes blema,n,, Mr. Art Watt .and Mrs. Rgse Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. ra Shea are attending State Grange at Pas- CO. Mr. ,and Mrs. Donaid Davis atterded the baccalaureate ser- vices last Tuesday evening. Their son Charles was in the drove to Davenport for Ron- aid McCure's big night. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kirk anid gir of Pomeroy spent the weekend ,at the A1 Willms home. Saturday evening visit- ors were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyers of Harrington and their louse guests, the Harry Whites of C aornia. Mrs. Rena Peterson of Deer Park vtas hostess for a dinner Sunday tlat cluded the Lioy-d Knapps ,and Dave and Minnie Peterso. The Grover Gammas of Davenport were also present. On Wednesday evening Mrs. Edn Reitmeier atterMed the EWSC etmral group entertain- ment at the Showalter Ha. On Sunday they picnicked and fished with the Don Win, an family at Bunks Lake. On Tuesday Mrs. Anita Mc- Gou vsited with Ethel lanke. Thursday evening call- ers n the y[courins were Mr. and Mrs W. J. MeGourin of NeMWrs.XIum--"-'--" Braziet of Way den and Ms. Maxie Brow of went to the :home at Deep Creek for 1. On Tuesday they went to TelkEa lot the lLan=gkng ' MiCh., were Saturday gradn of ,Margaret Ha-lele:r at the Frank Setfidge son. _ . Ihome Ethel Esslirg of Cheney Jmds Key received a scholar. I spent" the weekend with Tami ship to Lee's Beauty F 'heel ilSerig e On Sunday the Sel- pogane m  her summer lfes vited with the 'Ess- nmntl  graduation. Her [ lirgers. paren entea2ainm after set- Amanda horts visited with vices tor Mr. and Mrs. Mar. chessea of Brewser  other relatives. Oter gdates from this area e Rich Irey and Marilyn Hg. She plms to attend EWSC tl f. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Magrmson accompanied Mr.  Mrs. Vern Puls, Jerry and Jim to the Reardan graduation to see thir granddaughter,-a Jennie Remmevs, receive her diploma. The Ernest Remmers held a reception at their hme. The Loren Von Lehe Samily i atterMed the Sha 'die Park grad- tmtion for Cheryl Oaf Friday and later the reception at ,her home. On Sunday they saw GaTy Swanson graduate from Rear, an and _ted at the Stardey Swanson ,home later. The Bill McGourin, amily also attended Reavdan exercis- es for Gary wann ,and Start. ley Sartz. In tke eveng they Ma' Herman Cklville ,Friday. Rural H.oloway spent the weekend at lmme tm the Navy ku Seattle. Sue and Kay Ham were Stmdy dinner guests at the Holkays. Otto Schraitt visited the Carl John- sans on Surday evening. W0ALL FOR BIDS NO'lICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed btd received at the Office of the Town Clerk of Medical Lake, Wash- ingten util 8"00 P. m., Jurm 16, 1965 for the improvement of certain etreets within the Town Limits by recondi- tiowig and paving with asphalt con- 00uroishing and placing approximately 2570 tos of asphalt concrete Olass "B" and 865 eu. yds. of crushed mrfacing top course and other mlacellaneous item of work. All work to be done in accordance with the 1963 standard epecificatior of the State of Washiv*gten for Road and Bridge construction. Plans and slaecifiactione for the work may be sured from Mr. E. A. Brewer, Jr., Town Clerk, Medical Lake, Wash., or from Clarence ]g- Simpson, Project Eriner, N. 909 Argonve Road, Spo- 0000wer. Jr, C,erk " "(June 4-11) senior which graduated hst Friday evening. After the ceremony friends and relatives gathered ,at the banquet room at the Red Barn in Cheney for l a coffee and dessert hour. Mr. ,ad Mrs. John Maurer ] in Brat's East Cheney @,Boot,an00: I ation at D: By Anna Phillips ]last Sunday POTLUCK PLANNED / the Next East Cheney Grange meeting is June 18. The hme economics chairman anounced tbe'e will be a potluck spper at 7 p. m. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. George Stroup spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartford and fmily at Foux Lakes. Miss Joyce Labish left last Tuesday by pia,ne to spend some time with her sister and family at Charleston, S. C., where she intends to attend Rice Business Colle,ge. Joe will stop .at VaSb2Rgt, D .C. [or a two day tour of the capi- tal before continuirg her jur- ney to her sister and family, the David Theissens. Mr. Theis- :sen is in the service and wil be absent for some time. Mrs. Vern Harringto visited Mrs. Chester Philhps last Sat- urday while the men went fish- ing at Chapman take. Mrs. IIelen Boots, accompan- ied by Mrs. Gall Beihle, drove to Walla W alia on business last Saturday. While in Walla Walla they also visited Mrs. Beulah Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nealey and Rev. and Mrs. Ed all former Cherey res- idents. David McNearney and Neat Bryant have been recent house guests of Mr. McNear- ney's uncle, Garnett Boots. They flew from their hne in Sacramento, Calif., to Spokane drius was a buffet Miller, Mr. and Carolyn and Spring ark last eeived a first ] 'her heifer; first place champion breed with Camp had a judging ad prize. Mr. and lips And Phil,lips ler guests of Spolrm. Mr. and Mrs. OCO ,aon was Mr. and US, Dtane weekend Clarence Phillips. Mrs. E. V. d'Atene, LabiSh, has at the tended the raduation. Mrs. Steward, and Jennffe Van Camp Mrs. David wedding el Carol Featherstone Church in and children spent the week- end at Porcupine Bay on the SPRAY Spokane river summer home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Rieth of Harri,ngton. Mrs. Helen Bewiek, daughter of Mrs. BII Keith, drove up from Wenatchee overthe week- TREE & SHRUB SPRAYING end, ,bringing ,her sons, David l arid Patti, to visit with their]EACH SPRAYING ............... grardmother for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jo'hn- Wt:t:D CONTROL - DAND son arid their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fairchild of Ykima vis- PLANTAIN, THISTL[ .............. Red Mrs. Hank Kons'uk. They were friends from ;high sch'col CLOVER, C days ad this was their first meetirg in several years. Includes Broad Leaf Weeds) Mr. and Mrs. M opwit and friends from Wapato caed FERTILIZER, LAWN TREES last Wednesday afternon on Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Ableman SHRUBS AND FLOWERS en route home from a trip to Montana. Guests of Mrs. Jeanne Har- ris and Dew Persh were Mrs. B y S p y Gaff Chaler, Connie, Sharon, esl00a ra Don ,and Todd Sunday ater- noon. The occasion was to cole- 3921 E. 21ST. AVE., SPOKANE, brate Connie's bichday. Miss CLAIR G. REID (CALL COLLECT) Joyce Schmdt o Cheney was a visitor also. What helps man grow ? Curiosity is the answer. Man's curiosity named the stars.., tamed tho sea.. lost worlds.., and new worlds beyond his own. Curiosity is the heart of the nation's investor-owned light and power companies, too. This past year these managed companies-we are one o them-have recently pleted or are engaged in more than 1800 research projects. putting curiosity to work to provide aU the dependable, electric service you-or America-will ever want! Washington Water Power I