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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, June 18, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway 1Ut" R,--cnjer u. t&apos;atrmkof Box A, Medical Lake, receives his doctor of philosophy degree in psychc.ogy from President C. Clement French during Washington State University's com- mencement exercises. Dr. Patrick received his bachelors and masters degree from. the University of Oklahoma and Univer- sity of Tulsa, respectively. SONNEBORNS SHIP ON HUSH HUSH TRIP Word has been received that Seama,n DouglLas Sonneborn is ab(ard the 259 foot, 6000 ton Ace breaker North Wind which is scheduled to go through the Banama Oa,rml and arrive at Copenhagen, Denmark, on July 9. The ship's movements from there are hush,hsh. but reports were ,persista here that the North Wind would at- tempt rtO make the frost United States crossing through the polar ice pack rmrth of the Russian land mass. The Coast Gtmrd spokesman said that any such report  pure specula- tion and they do not allocate the details of the North W:md's 1965 assi$rment. The navy ice breakor, Burton Island, pene- trated the ,ice pack above the Soviet Unon in last :,,ear's voy- age /rm Seattle to the Nor- way area and return. TWO PLACE IN JUNIOR OLYMPICS Having qttalied in the June 1st tnavgi l!Irrrpire Junior Olym- pics held at West Valley, C'hucle and Mike Van Matre traveled to Paseo last weekend to enter the AAU competition. In the l bantam 6ivision, of eight and Ane year olds, Chuck won third in the running broad jump and fifth in the 50 yard dsh. Mike, who is in the mid- get division of 10 and 11 year olds. won fourth in both the 50 yard dash and the 75 yard dash. SCOUTS HAVE INDOOR PICNIC The Cub Scouts had to move their :pack meeting's piem, c to the city hall on Monday, due to bad weather. Awards were presented and mention was made of the second place rib- bon or marching in the Com- mtmity d.ay parade. There will be n,o pack meet- lag in August but rather the boys will attend a bM1 gme. A potluck mapper with aards being presented is ploaaned. SCHOOL REUNION HELD AT TONASKET A reunion was hem on Sma, day of the Espanla grade school udents at the Tonas- ket .home of Mr. arid Mrs. Mar- in O'Berg. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ab Griffith and Minnie and Dave Petersn of this ,area, Mr. md Mrs. Stanly Hendrickson of Sandoint, Mr. and Mrs. Eber Bty of Daven- port, Mrs. Jessie Strom, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Gxit/ith al Mrs. Pickett of Spokane, Flor. enee West of Pateros and Adelia Simorm of Tnasket. SOFTBALL UNDERWAY Tle FMeons, 11, 12 and 13 year old boys, Flayed theix first game ast week in the Spokane Coanty League. Their ooch is ohn South. The Lakers, for nine and 10 year olds, coached by Rev. Bil- lps, lahyed their first game on Thursday. COURSE FOR DRIVERS A summer drivers education course will have its organiza- COMMUNITY CHURCH The Community church is now observing their summer hours of 8:30 services with Sunday school to fallow. Twi'light Circle will meet on June 22 at the home of Mrs. l%olin Johnson. Ladies Aid met hst week at the home of Lira Swarson and Mrs. Swanson with Mrs. Dob- bnts holding devotions. Over 100 ware present for the first day of the Bible school. MRS. LADEAU RETIRES Itie Sirmiger Ladeau, a for- mer resident of Medical Imke, retired from the Good Samar- itan hospital in Partlmad and is now living with a brother in Baker, Ore. TENTH BIRTHDAY Chuck Van Matte cebrated his 10th birthday on Saturdary with rides and refreshments at the musement park in Spo- kmm. His guests were Rick nd Bobby Odon of Ckeney anal Dog Long, Jck Soren- son. Curt Smithpeters, Larry Broyles and Mike and David Van Matre. STUDENTS VISIT LAKELAND VILLAGE Nearly 1,000 ,high school stu- dents recently had the oppor- tunity to visit Lakehnd Village arid tour the campus. They came from 25 high schools throughout the eastern half of the state pus one group from Idaho. This is in conjunction with a similar public relatiors program at Eastern state hos- )ital in which the students !spend a half-day at each of the two institutions. COLLEGE PROGRAM IS REACTIVATED Lakehnd Village will again take an active part in th< WICHE progra by providing training and study oportunities or five college students wh ae expected to arrive o. June 21. The program i'nolves om week of orientation at the Uni versity of Washington, si weeks :of work-study in variou, institutions througtmut the state arid then one final week b'ck at the university for a general follow-up ,of the sum- mer enperiences. The overall objective is to stiuhte interest in institu. tional work and to provide sme direct experierces and tear,s ,situations ov the stu- dents with the ultimate goal of providing kan increased aura- her of trained personnel at this level in a wide variety of professions. PERSONALS Dale Lunder o Glendive, Mont., is spending several weeks with has grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lunder. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bates en- tertained with a barbecue for teacher friends on Saturday lormring Mr. ,ad Mrs. Dick Ia'is, who are here frown Colarado. The Bates spent a few days this week in Twisp. Mr. an,d Mrs. Ed Sormeborn, Jr., are visiting for three tiorml meeting on June 18. In- weeks with the C. C. arters terested persons of 16 years at Cheney and the Ed Sonne- or older may contact Mr Van borrs. He has been discahargod lYhtre at the high scho<)l of- from the service. They had rice or Gary Bates or Jerry[been at Carlsbad, C.alif. Conners after schel hours. I Gall Smith, .Settle, is spend- The first class will be June 21. [inS 'a week wm gt. anct mrs. -  [ Elisworth Smith. CHILDREN S CRUSADE [ Mr. Marie Ahlf is home from The Youth for Christ t- Sacred Heart hospital. or of the Assembly of God churches, Lowell Wood and Mrs. Wood will lead the Chil- dren's Crusade, begins June 21. They will meet at seve in the evening for oe week of Bible study. Fuller and Mrs. Ellen Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wor- then, Eddie and Eric are visit- ins this week with the Walter Johnsons, from their home in l Lancaster, Calif St. Timothy's Guild met at! the home of Mrs. Ann Sonne- born on Monday for ,a fish bar- becue. The Sonneborns and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sonneborn, Jr., attend- ed the Civic Theatre presenta- tioga .of .awards for the past year's roles. Espanola News By Katherine Hol|oway BEST IS NAMED FATHER OF THE YEAR The Espanola Grange met on Friday evening with Walter Rosenau taking eh,arge due to the absence of Claude Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Garner and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollinshead at- tended the State Grange con- vention in Pasco last week. The Father's Day program consist- ed of readings and the selec- tion of Ed Best as Espanola's Father of the Year. Mrs. Lavina Swanson was a Tuesday caller at the :hone of Anita McGourin. On Saturday George Man and Matt Kelly of Spokane visited. Saturday eve- ning callers were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Totts of Spokane. The McQourins =and the Don Lam- berts ,of Cheney called on the !Stanley Swalsons on Sunday after which the Lamberts, Dan and Michelle Ballengrad were supper guests of the McGour- ins. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Manke arid Lisa of Pasco were week- end visitors at the Richard Manke home. The Bob Kirks have been at the A1 WiRms, home for the past few weeks. On Thm'say they drove to Wenatehee to visit relatives. They returned on Sunday after stopping at Harrigton to attend the 25th wodng anniversarly of Mr. and Mrs. Iarry White, who are visiting ,at the Vic Meyers home from California. Attend- ing xom here were Mr. and Mrs. A1 WiLlms, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin WiRms, Mr. ,ad Mrs. John H Weyem and Mr. and Mrs Herman Wills The Henry Weyens ,also attended. Phylli=s Rupp of Astoria, Ore., is spending a few days with Joanne Labish. Lera Reilly of Cheney visit- ed with Laura Johnson on Tuesday. On Thursday evening Katherine I-IoIloway, Penny and Nirm were dinner guests of :the Jim Hepns at Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, D,oug ,and Judy of Spokane vis- ited on Sunday. Judy rermined i to spend a few days with Nina. Linda and Sherrie Kappel vis- ited on Friday on their way to Odessa where the Del Kal>pels wiI1 make heir home. On Thursday e venir Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reitmeier vis- ited with Mrs. Louis Reitmeer t Spokane and she acx:omgan- ed them to visit with Mrs. krthr Johnson at West Wod anor. The Reitmeiers and gaIdy drove to Klamath Fas or a few days visit wth the lack Reitmeier faintly. The Howard Will, ms family ttended the 25th wedding an- niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams in Reardan on Sun- day. Mary Wyborney graduated from EWSC on Friday with a bacheior of awts degree in edu- cation. Coming to visit with the Wyborneys and to tend the graduation were H. J. Wybor- hey of Paso Robles, Calif., vche arrived on Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wyborney and buby of Knsas, Mrs. Bhkesly of Seattle and Joe Wyborney of Kent. Shirled, Hodgson aeeempan- led Mr. ,and Mrs. Norm Gra- ham to the Lawrence Welk shew on Thursday evening. Mrs. Sally Barber and children were Sunday supper guests of the Garden Hoclgsons. Shirley returned lmme with them in the Spokane Valley. Mr..arid Mrs. Larry Daniel- son a, the :parents of a six pound daughter, Cindy Lou, born on June 12 at the Dea- coness hospital. Jack Penlallm, iek, who has been visiting with the Setfrid- ges, left for his home at Moses Lake. n Saturday. Saturday evening guests t the SoVrid- ges were Mr..and Mrs. Ernie Esslinger of Cheney. On Sun- day the Selfridge family at- tended the Waukon Grange softball team picnic and game at Reardan. iYlrs. Lura Rothlisherg f' I00e-t- l(a.9} i Spokane visited on Monday al with Mrs. Bacon. on 1- qrjl p Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brown; rolbl@lm David, Paul and Benita Campbell, Calif., arrived Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. 10 YEARS AGO June 17, 1955 Jack Larsan left by plane June 11 via New York for Co- penhagen, Denmark, to spend six weeks with his brother and sister whom he has not seen for the past 41 years. L. J. Benton passed away at a Spokane rest home Men- (lay. Burial will be made in, Odessa. Miss Jo Ann Seeord was in- stalled as honored queen of Bethel 26, Order of Job's Daughters, at public ceremon- ies held Tuesday evening, June 9. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Seco,rd. Miss Diane Wynia acted as install- ing honored queen. Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Keene entertained Mr. and Mrs. Clay- ton Edwards :and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Edwards and Butt at dinner Friday evening. After dinner Mrs. Corilme Edwards was guest of hen,or at a baby shower which many of her friends attended. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown re- ceived a ptmne call from their son Monday that he had ob- Mined .a position with the telephone company at San !Jose, Calif. The family will move there soon. State officials on Friday gave Mayor John Kimmell the go ahead signal to obta'm, ease- merits for a new weI1 site at Otter lake. It was agreed, he said, that the state will drill the well and the town, vhlc:h as 275 water meters, may con- tinue to purchase its water from the state, whivh it has done for nearly 65 years. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Pill, ard acompanied by Mrs. lose- mary Parks, Susan and Patti, returned Sunday from the va- cation spent in Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri where they visit- ed relatives. 20 YEARS AGO June 1945 Pauline Quinten and Paul Messcr exchanged llmrNage wws in a beautiful double ring ceremony at St. Paul's M. E. Church i Spokane. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith were their on,ly attendants. The bride and groom left for a short honey- moon on the coast. Art Bargewell of Edw.all was a Medical Lake visitor last Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Janet spent two days hst week visit- ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hanley of Spo- kane. They also visited an old school teacher friend, Miss El- la Craig, now Mrs. Elh Crow- ley, whom they hadn't seen in 0 years. Miss Luella Svenson has en- tered Sacred Heart hospital for training as a cadet nurse. Mrs. Ulrie Krehbie,1 is visit- ins this week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner The Washington State Grange session held in Paseo last week had many winn,ers in the home economics depart- ment from Spokane County. Adelaide Larsen of Windsor Grange won first in the state in the cookies contest. From Windsor Grange were Irma Stragier and Doric Hewson, blue ribbo, winners on their dresses. Other notes on Spokane county winners were misplaced and will be in next week's llews. Attending the state session in Pasco were Herschel New- som, master of the national grange, and his son David, mas ter and Mrs. Emil Jerome of the State of Idaho. Mr. Jerome is also on the executive com- :mittee of the national grange. E. A. Rutledge of Shelton, a 50-year grangers, who will be 99 years old in September, was in attendance at all the ses- sions. He is a spry observant pioneer and went alon,g on the in,spection tour held for the grangers last Saturday at the H, anord steam plant. The Watson. l grange supported the plant in Mrs. Ruby Wilson has pur-congress and helped make it chased the Pete Van Doren]a reality. Mr. Rutledges san, ptace, an engineer, helped build the plant which is the 1.argest in the world. 29 YEARS AGO  Three hundred fifty-five June 19, 1936 grange women attended the More than 1000 persons were home economics breakfast held in attendance at the Townsend club picnic held Sunday at Wellpinit. Members from Spo- kane, Medical Lake, Cheney, Davenport and Reardan were present. Among the Medical Lake delegation were My. and Mrs. J. D. Hagen, H. H. Wil- son, Mrs. F. O. Butterfield and Mr. and Mrs. James Glasgow. Sunday,: visitors :at the home of Mrs. George Repp were Mrs. N. O. Weyen, Mrs. George WiUms, Mrs. H. O. Weyen, Mrs. Lena Clark and son, Mrs Anna Ptocker and daughter, Mr. ,and Mrs. Henry Weyen a,nd Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiltms. Mr. and Mrs. John, Fis,h, back have returned from laehes where 'he teaches. Mr. Flshbaek has gone to Pullman to attend summer school nd Mrs. Fish- back is staying 'at the home of Mrs. Lida Fishback. Little Larry Jerue of Cheney is spending the week at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. in the Pasco Masonic temple. MiHette Moore, granddaugh- tar of Minnie Melehar and daughter of Mr. anti Mas. Mel Jones of Sprague, gave a read- ing on fune,rals .and wedgs. Adelaide Larsen and Law- rence Charneski drove to Pas- co Wednesday evening. Miss Larsen was there for the grange bake-off Thursday moning. They were house guests of Miss Larsen's neplh- ew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoegh. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Kam- pa entertained ,at a luneleon last Thurs(iay for her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Casorso of Kelowna, Canada, Mrs. Flora Smith. Mrs. Daisy Ricks, John ,and Charh'e Frfitz and Jerry and Jackie K, ampa. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rupp were entertained at dinner last Sun- day by their sondn-hw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daniels. Capitoh M. Jerue. Attending the card party at At the special courmil meet- inig held Wednesday evening a [ contract was let far the pav- ] present oil-surfaced ,highway inlg ,of Lake street from Le-lard from Lefevre street on fevre 454 feet east, a width of [the north side a width of 18 21 feet from the curb to the [feet. Paradise urday Mrs. Case Larsen, chris sister from Chris Hoague is Roskam. Mr. and will be s, oon. Mr. graph depot in flee is Attending social party, seventh purpose Lake school Karen Olson, son, :Wayne 10 See your thorough how well yoU See your weeks: (I) charge (2) the breast that does bowel ness or difficulty Change in ai AMERICAN They take American friendship with ...everywhere they go! They're not the kind of men who often make news. 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