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Page 6 BIBLE SCHOOL UNDERWAY ,St. Arme&apos;s church setmol got urderwy Monday morning with about 40 children. They axe koldng ci in the d high sohal bttiting fm Jtme 8-19. Sisters of P-Iy Names are in charge of the classes with "A Mre Understandable P'tiipatio of the Caega. tkmin the Liturgy of the CAmrc" as the theme. On Jtme 21 the fist communion wm be held. Anne wishing to join ,may do so by coming at 8:30. Classes close at 2:30 each day. Summer hours wl be ob- served beg'maing on Jtme 14. Moig services will be at 8:30 and ev worship at 7 p. m. This schedule wll run thvottgh Ju,ne, Juy and Aug- ut. Farewell was said hst Tues- day to Mrs. Ted Huff of Four Lakes at a party at the octo, hormrirg her ,for her help to the religious es. The Huffs 1l be gone at leoat three years, a.s Mr. Huff is with the Air Force at Fairdld. "The Promised Saviour" is the theme of the Community Church Bible sckmol being held June 8-19. One htmdred seven appeared Monday mo fr chss. They lve a chss for grade plus a juror high and higen school closes. The Assembly of Gl will Mid chses i the evening be- ginnhg, .at 6:30 on June 15 end ,nning orm week through June 19. Mrs. Fimmy, from Ce ERmn will c0Muct the classes. St. John's Lura church will not have Bible School un- til Atgust. Stmdkay sclmol also will be discued cluing Jtty and August. Women of Eher Circle of the Lutheran Church met on Wednesday at the home of Evelyn Wilws, with Loreta K'alan giving the lessons. About 15 were present. Mary Magdalerm Ci_vcle met an Monday eveng at the home of Ruth Jaekson at Lake- land. Kaherire Holloway was in eAmrge of the lesor in the absence of Paste Olsm, WINNER ABSENT Mary Jones was not present n Saturdj  her name uas drawn for the Apprecia- tion Day Jackpot. Two $5 script prizes wre given to Mrs. Chet Oooper and John Dormer. Wimli $2 were .Mrs. McaMast- ens, B. J. (, Mr,. Bisy, Mr. Guskafaon mad  Sullii. van. BASEBALL STARTS Boys and eoach are busy practicir.g for the stmmer ball season. The Lakers and Fal- cons, mxler the guidance of Mr. MacintoSh at F'amcMld, 411 ,have phyed ,a gmv this week. Rev. Biltps is coaclmg tim Laons and Jo "'ln South has the Faeous. Two oder teams, playing wi*h the county group, a, iso are-redy to start. DEATH CALLS SISTER Mrs. Ira McKay was c 'aed to Chigo May 21 by the sud- den death of her sister, Mrs. IAa Cuper. She visited her mother, Mrs. Ida Grub, ad her hrottmr, Edwi'n Grunsted, while in Chicago. RECREATION PROGRAM The age limit for cildren taking part in the summer recreation program is 7 years oM, or to ;ha, re compIeted the first grade. There will be a supervised phy,grourd on Mon. day through Fridays from June 15 throttgh Ag. 7. Hours are 9 a. m. through 12 noon and 1 p. m. tM, ough 4 p. m. ImCamctors will be avy Bates and Sharon Gvaro. and Clefts w meet in Cn ahig school buiM-on with Chancy FYee Press Friday, June 12, 1964 i help prepare ki'm for the For- ....... lest Service. Gary Ghsgow, the Medical Lake News , Slortsman of the group, h.pes I fr a coaching and teac 'hang , I oaxeer. Gary received the out- I stardg athletic award at the [ high se/mol eommenceanent I last Thursday evergng at Medi. By Katherine Holloway col Lake. He phrs to attend EWSC ,this fall, having receiv- wBI take frmn . m. to 4 p,...m, with e in- to .be ammmmed later. imming z m be lmki at Silver Dake Resort f Jy 1  9 a. m. uat uoaa wrh  tvarta- smmlm  be Pberta Lot- sea and Betty Beard. FORMER RESIDENT DIES Mrs. Hattie Krght, sster of e Lewis, died Jne 1 in p.  79- orked in the office many huan was ha this for 16 funeral Alan the Locke Lewises. STEVE GRUB HOME Steve Grub, with the Navy ,on the S. S. Ioersageat Long Beach, ks home for several week.s He w relx fr an Orient cruise on June 18. While home ,he and other morn- berg .of the family received a IX!rune call from Dr. Fhip Grtb just after he received doctorate from George Washington University. He was hnred to have received horror the same nght th for- mer President FAsentmwer re. ceived his ,honorary degree from the same university. Grub '1 ,be 'home in August for a shm't time before s*arting ten, flag at the Univemity for two years. SCHOOL PICNIC HELD The preshool cnic, held last Thursday, brought out new mothers and children to be. come aequ,nted before kin. dergarten sarts next fl. A large group attended at the city park. DISCUSSION GROUP MEETS Rchard SlIker was ,host to the Catholic ldgh scl boys disc,ussion group an Sn.dy a his home. A weh-ter roast as enjoyed by Larry and Jim Bauman, Peter and Mandor Kuhlau, David Ralphs and Mrs. Hazel Staples. BROWNIES "FLY UP" Brownie scouts "flew up" to Jurdr scou,ts on lay 26 at a co.many i,n the city hall. Girls honored were Beth Heyer, Su- n Kukuk, Frances Holler, Kathie Davis, Rosella C'ousins, Rebecca Van Stone, Debra Lid- del, Dorothy Shn, Belinda Iavmon, Patricia Slmm, Laurie Cook, RebecCa Liddefl and Dadene Ralphs. Mrs. Ordiwy and Mrs. Winan are their leaders. Crossing the bridge from Junors to Cadette scots were Re,anna lalpls, Claudia Hl- liday, Jexmi'fer McGee, J ,eaome La,MMI, Linda Cousins, L'ma Oriway and Dabble Riley. Tiheir leaders .have ben Mrs. Roy HoHiday and Mrs. Betty McGee. Parents were served coffee and cookies fr the ceremonies. CAR WASH PLANNED Four-H mmbers from this area who belong to the Che- nay Ranchers met o Monday evening ,at Four Lakes. A dem- onstration on her rbbit pro- ject va's given by Permy Hol- lowboy. A car vah is planned by the grmp on June 20 in Medical Lake from 10 a. m. 4p.m. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Beck and family of 0kangan ad Mrs. Anna Murray re on a trip to Minnesota to sit wR, h re.htives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jolley al Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tyree of SImka,ne spen the weekmad visiting wth Mr. nd Mrs. C. W. Groumaz in Settle. Mrs. Fank Baker 4rve to M)oses Lake on Fday to bring lichelle and MoRnda MGuire home for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bough of Priest Lake had as weekend visitors the John BaLls. Mr. and M,s. ARe Bartelt vited on Surday with Mr. and Mrs. Bil laarks at Windsor. Mrs. Brown spent the week- cud wi*th Mr. and Mrs. BBi Brown in Spokane. She alo visited with Mrs. Anna Bvatixm at St. Imkes. The Willimn Coda had as visitors on Th.uxsday the Be WlkinSuns of Kent. G,km Pedigo of Cicao, Ill., has arrived to make .home with Pearl King. ,He is a former resident of Medirml Lake. Susy Henry of Sokane is sp ome time with the Ed Mahons. Ms. Axma Mane had a visit from ,her da,hter ,from Man. battm% Ka, n., en route to Los Aes. IVtr. Marian  and Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer at- tended the smo at the !-Iillyad Masane Temple on Soturdy evening. This was a benefit for the Children's Heart Fund of the Royal Arch Masom. ,Mr. and Mrs. Max McOartney of Salem, Ore., spent the week- end with file Dun Stite family. Mr. mad Mrs.   and Mr. and Mm. Har0 Tkomp- smx spe the w with the Ben Hole amfiY at Vera- d'le. I.ason, who is visiting here from Hawaii, was a Mon- day ,gueSt at  Clm" " - once Ridevrame. Other gueSts were Mr and Mrs. Jack Lar. san, Fatmi Anderson and Mrs. Jim Grigware of C0hlle. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ander- son of Sedro Wley were weekend visitors at the E. K. S home. On Stmday they ,and the Jack Swnns of Spokane drove to Bead Lake to spend the day with the Chals G,atlange,r family. Mrs. J. D. Walker left on Monday morning for a summer of visiting in Centreve, Ah. Mrs. Gi']more and 'Mrs. OUie Henning ttended a posziast- ers meeting ad dinner in the Early Birds room at tbe Dav- enport Hotel ,on Saturday. The post office tectaL, m1 was toured in the fteoon. J, zmes W ams entered the Veterans ospHl ,last Tues- day for a check up. ,Mr. and Mrs. Marsha Webb and Lnda d_ve to Loigviev over the weekextd. Attending the ,tiflyard Re- bekh visitation on Friday eve- ning were Oie Heoing, Vir- gie Carl arm Davy Iw. Mr. and Mrs. CLark Cole, ac- covapanied by Mrs. Cecil Frey- pag of Kendrick, Idaho, druve to Seattle to spend the week- end. While there they attended a arnily renmon at the h)Q'lre of . Ellen Perry. Mrs. Coie ,saw her bolher, d Hazel- ton, whom she had, n't sen for nine years. Mr. and Mrs. Neff Hambert of Cheney were Wednesday v,sitors ,at the Clmide Gannets. Thursday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Breoden of Spolane. FROM THE Medical Lake  1934 Bill Baldwin and J. F. Gold- back were seated as cmmcil- men Monday evening. Teachers .elected for next year are Q. J. Lefewe, superin, tendent; Ruth Kvehbeil and Grace Coon, high seh'ool; and Virgil-Morgan, Ruby Wilson, Betty Sacobson and Cuterine Clmudoin,elemeaary ,grades. Evelyn Ceriffith Wa valedic- torian and Ese Morgan, salu- tater'ran at commencement ex- ercises May 31. Othes iu the gladu,ating class were Helen Barker, Lester A2herns, RiCh- ard Vauglm, Arthur Deearo and Fern Bennet. A eharivari was held Tues- day eveg for Mr. aId Mrs. Ed Apple. Schools c<mAectionery and pool room h been remodeled and redecorated. Miss Marie Nieman, daugh- ew of Mrs. Henrietta Nieman, was gratuated from the Sacred Heart sehl of rSing. Children clristened in the Lutheran chu Sunday morn- ing were Ethel Agnes Chris- tensen, Louis August Tesch and Dickie Leo Tesvh. The children are cousins. 1944 Medical Lake high school commencement exercises were ,held May 20. Luela Svensn was valedic and Ruth lh- man, salutatorkan. Miss Maxine Thexton and M Myrtle Tesch were grad- uaced from St. Lu,kes school of nurg May 20. Miss Tesc, class valedictorian, has joined the Cadet Nurse orps. 1954 " tlene Pedigo was valedictor. ian and Nell Smith, salutator- ian, of the 1954 gradUat'mg el,ass. Commencement exerc es were held May 27. Awards went .to Dml Wya, citizen- sdp; Jon Cugs, a'etics, Margaret Ar,tur and Edna Bishop journaln; mid music, Jack Reitmeier. Mr. and Mrs. James Murray are Parents of a girl .born May 29. Fu, neral services were ,hdd Jne 3 for W. L. Dayton, who died suddenly of a :hea.rt at- tak. He is survived by his wife, Edna. hpan01a News By Katherine Hol[oway GRADUATES BUSY ed a $200 PTS award arid the ,alumni award from EWSC. Bi- ology and mhematics are stb- jeers .of interest to "him. Russell Hltmvay, who grad- tinted from Chene High School Frida evelfing will be work- ing at home m the area until February, wher he will report for two years active duty with the Naval reserve. He wi spend .te last two weeks in June at boot camp at Sandpont Naal Bse in Seattle. He hopes for a future connected with farming when he finishes in the service. The Esparola Grange congratulates them on their graduation from high scltool and wishes thean every success . their mbitions for the future. RECITAL PRESENTED Sandra Reitmeier presenced tr piano sttdents "m recita at her ,home on Stmday after. aoan. Taking Part were Col. leon Wflas, Dabble and De. ne Winan, Christine Heyer, Donna HmTis ald Beth Heyer. In addition to the parents of students as guests, other guests were Mr. ,and Mrs. ark Rat. cliffe of Oheney and the Fritz Gilbreths of Medical Lake. WOMEN PLAN TOUR Women of the Espaaoh club will mee for luncheon and a bakery tour on June 17 in Spokane. This will be their last meeting until fall and it is planned as a recreation day. Anyone is welcome to attend. Members may be corbaeted for tte time nd place. PERSONAL "MENTIONS Mrs. Dixie Reitmeier and sons left on Saturday morning for their lmme at Tulare lake, Ca.., after spenfiig some time here with the Oscar Reit- meiers and the Jim Owens at Four Lakes. The Gordon Hodgsons spent[ Sunday with te John H'edgsvs at Deer Park. On Mon@ay MMr. and Mrs. tIodgson spett the day with the E. C. Hedgsons at Veradale. The Mel Arnds were hon- ored on their 25th wedding an- niversary at the home of a niece, Mrs. T. R. MaeAvoy, in Spolcane. On Mnay of last week the Bill McGowerins attended the West Valkey commencement i exercises to see Rn Hilton get .lis d,iplorrm. On Tuay 'they attended the Mead raduatian, whre Toni Smith and Siniklm Hyppinen, a Fish exchange student, were gmduated. On Wednesday the Don Lamberts qd Dan of Cheney artd Bill M of Spokane were vis- itors. Saturday visers were Mr. and Ms. Larry Lawlr and family of Colombia, Me. On Sunday the McGo were di,nner guests of the Don Lam- bent. Ama_r, da Alberts and Renzil McLain attended the Reardan conkunity day lyaade. Amanda was lhonored as a sexder citi- zen by ri ,dag in that part o,f the parade. Colleen, tafleen and Caro- lynZu.Wms, daughters of the Marvin Wil,lms, won flint place iu the pet division of the pa- rade. Mr..and Mrs. Bob Kirk and girls, rwho have been visiting 5th the Albert Wirns, spent the wekend visiting in Wenat- chee with relatives. They pla to move their trailer ,to Medi- cal Lake as Bob will be a- terdin, g summer school at EW- SC. The Albert Wi.'Rms were Sunday viit:os at the home of Annie arm Chariie Pocker. Frank So, ridge spent a week "m Moses Lake with Mrs. SeHdge. The children j'oined ,him for the weekend. Jhek Pen- hallurick returned eme with Frapak on Thurs(hy to spend the weekend ere. They spent Memm-i Dav at Warden at Mbst f the six 'high sdm1 the Sol,ridge family picnic. grau'ates in the  area : Sunday visitors at the Selffridg- are already Imsy t summer[es were Mr. and Mrs. Norval jobs ..and are nmking phms for t Holmes of Clmney. On Stmday college in the fli. The ouly[eg they visited with Mr,. girl, Sandra Reitmeier, is wurk- j and M. Joe Waggoner in Spo- ing in the coffee shop at Ea-}kane. ern llbspit. Her plans for col- [ On Tlmmday Doris Holznag- ege '.axe o study under Dr. ]el 'and er mtse guests, Mrs. Edmonds at team Washing- j EIs Miller and Debbie of rton state Ooee, maiming in [Coltmbtts, Ohio,  visitors muc. At present she has six fat the Jack Cogswetl home. piarm stuSets. Dana Jensen, I On Sunday the Cogswes had wlm was preseut of lhe local I as visito tJe Ick Wms and FFA, is at present working at |Gary (h'amer of Deer Park. tke Haer ramgi at Sprague./The Jim COgswells of Spokane He :pkas to take a slmrt course ak were virs. Saturday in farm machinery mainten- evening visix were Mr. and once some time in the near u- Mrs. Bob Cromer and family ture. Another farm boy, Larry Hodgson, is working t the Gus Strohmeir ranch mad 1ms plans to attend the Cammmity CI- tege this fall to stttdy in me@a- anics. Gregory Graham hs been interested in forestry work for some time mad has already started his career. He is with the ent of Nat- Resources in Se for the summer and has plmm for a future in Chat ne. Pessilily this fal ke w take a mach- inist cour at trade sclmoa to of Spangle. Thursday visitors at the earl Jolmsoa home were Mrs. Lena Rlly of Cheney arm daughter, Mrs. Karen Oppma__n, anti daughters. Satuvchy visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and children of Spo- la, ne. Mrs. Esie Pehrsoxt and Julia attanded a Relief Society meet- ing on Saturday 'at the ,home of Mrs. ,Howard NMes i Cteney. On Sa:urd, ay eveniaxg the Pan,r- sons ,and" the reslents of the Tyler News Mrs. Lethe Plotts DAUGHTER VISITS KEITHS Mrs. Glen Beick and sons of Wematchee came to visit her parents, the Bill Keiths, Fri- day. Two of the boys, Gary and laul, remained wiCdl their gandparents and the other two, Dave ad Mchael, went to Sprague to visit their rand- mother, Mrs. Mary Bewick. Te Keiths and two bests went to Post FRs Stmday to visit the Jerry nd Lowell Ot- to families. PERSONAL MENTIONS G'ues'ts at the Joe Sche,lls Su.nday were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Oo ",lns of Spolmae. Mrs. SchoOl spent Thursday nht in Sp kane with ker mother, Mrs. David KeihMz. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea lft Sunday for Weaateee to at- tend the State grange cmwen- tion. She w the Tyler grarg,e representative. Mr. and Mrs. Rezeau Plotts accompa,nied by 'her mother, Mrs. Alice Halman, Spokane, left Stmday morning for the grange convention. Piotts i's the Lincoln county deputy l from Waukon grange. Mr. and Mrs. ene Brow and san Larry arid the Johne Browns spent Sun, day at Hog Cans"on fiSh, ing. They got their  limit. The Art Stenle family ;drove to Oroville Sunday to visit his mother, Mrs'. lmma Stengle. Saturday dinner guests at the Donald Davis home were Mr. ffn,d Mrs. Hank Davis of Rtzville. On Sunday the Carles Lightles of Reardn came and they spent the day at Fish- tap lake fishing. They aso gt their fimit. MAss Maxine Johnson of We- rmtchee arrived Mnday to spend a few days with the Bill Rosenau family. Mrs. Inca Stout of Spokane was an overnight apartments m Espaoa en- joyed a barbecue in the yard. On Sunday the Pehrsans at- tended a Latter Day Saints coherence in. Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Lluyd Knapp returned from several weeks of traveling. Their trip began with a gvaduati'on at Cawell, Idaho, where their cousin, Ruth MeKinny, Helera, Mont., received her degree from Col- lege of Iaho. The same day she was married in the college chapel to Steven MarslhaH of n Fals. From  tam Krapps traveled to Vancouver to visit and sightsee. They also drove to Lapuh. guest Monday. The Rosenaus drove to Oakesdale during the week and visited the Albert losermus Friday affern!on. The Ioyd Hansels and Boh Hansels ,of C, heney were Sun- day evenng caBers at Arlie Abteman.s home. Plotts spent Saturday eve- ring with his mother, lXrs. Pl,otts Sr., and Wina Potts, who was there for an oer- night stay. Sunday din, net guests at Mrs. Plotts Sr.'s home ere the tams, Wihrm PMtts, Bob Potts, ,and Betsy Cdtde. Sue Ham ],eft Wedneedy for Seattle Job's Daughters in Chermy Jobies from Betsy Gildea night with Is there a in your time during of America a pat on the success for his future to a large Farmers of an abundant duction Jack's AUTO c. 24 HR. EMERGENCY We Have The "Key Charge 215 First St. Under N Ray's Chevron Medical Changed Chuck's New Hours starting 5:30 a. m. to 10 7 days per "We Are Prepared To Take Better Care C. O. 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