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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, June 19, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway EASTERN STAR MEETS Loyal Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star met Monday eveaxing with 30 meanbe .pres- ent to imtiate Mr. mad Mrs. George Masterson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Adrsma, worthy matron and washy patron of the Spangle Chapter, were vis- itors. Flag Day was honored. Refreshments were served by Ethel Cummings, Caroline Kuehne, Amelia Paper, Amella Tyler, ,and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rtmtemeyer. The Dasteam Star social club me Friday evening at the .home of Evelyn Duffer with Amelia Peper as co-hostess. Fottrteen members were pres- ent. Plans were completed for the MasoIic and Eastern Star picnic to be held on July 12 at the Roy Butts' cottage on Silver Lake. Prizes for the evening were won by Elsie Svenson .and Lura Palmer. BIBLE SCHOOL CLOSES The Community C h.uah has avevaged aboat 120 children per day for the two week Bibh school. On Friday evening a picnic for parents and friends of the young folk will be held at the City Park. A closing prograan will be given and cer- tificates earned will be pre- sented. The city lmtl will be avMlable if weattrer is bad. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cook are the new youth leaders, replac- ing Mr. ,and Mrs. Larry Morse. A meeting was hem Sunday evTemng to plan summer activ- ities. Ladies Aid met Wednesday afte,'oon at the home of Le- ann Penvose with Lura Palmer as co-hostess. Mrs. Keene led devotiiorts and Mrs. Dillups pre- sented the program. NEW PASTOR AT CHURCH 7he AssembIy of Crod church ,i have a new pastor on July 12, as Rev. ames Terry wll come here from Davenport. tie ave the sewrnml at the clma'eh last Sunday. Ray. mid Mrs. Terry lave four children. The children's crusade, led by Mrs. NeFtie Firmey, will caner, uric on Friday evenin after a week of evening,class- e$. VAN MATRES HAVE DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. James Van Matte are the parents of a dathter, Vieki Lyrm, born June 10. The 7 pound, 10 ounce infamt joins fltree broth. ers, Mike, Chilck and David. RECENT ILLNESSES Mrs. Juliet2e Mermillied had surgery last week at Sacred Heart 'hospital. M2s. Ted Paper  also in Salaam Heart, ,having been thee for severa weks. Ma. E. A. Brewer had sur- gery 'at St. Luke's hospital on lonay of tls week. Mr. C. E. JM.ley spent three days last week at Sacred Heart. Ma-. Bushnell is home from the hospital ar having sur- gery and is g good. Mrs. Orrie Bacon suffered a broken hip several weeks ago and sper  week in St. Luke's. hpital. At present she is in the Westwood Ter- race convalescent home. CAR WASH PLANNED The Cheney ,Ranchers, with a mmber of the. members from Espanola and Medical I,ake, wtH lmld acm- wash at the 76 service station in Four Lakes on Saturday from 10 unil four o'clock. GLASGOW PLAYS BASEBALL I Glasgow is playing with Pmwis Consture- tioat Co., this summer. On Sun- @ay they played a douMehead- e with Coeur d'Alene, win,ning the first game ,but losing tihe second. Attending the game faxma hare were Mr. and M. Jolm Teseh, Mr. ,a, nd Mrs Hugh Mr. Wmsterurster, Mr. and Mrs. Ever- ett Johnson and the Bud Gls- gows. SUMMER BASEBALL The Lakers, coaChl by the Balps, lost Mt week to the Tige 7-4. Th Mnday eve- mrg's game saw them win 14- 10 over the Cubs of Fairchi. The Falcorts grove John Souths as their coach and last Tbothgames hst week. O Thursday they ffst to the Sab- e.s 8-7 mid on Frki, ay to the Hawks 12.11. REBEKAHS MEET The last meeting was held IVlen4ay with ,an ndendmn hen- oring Virgie Carl, who is oe of the gtmrdians at the Rebek- h Assembly ia Spokane, smmay trou W__ednesd of next week. Emma Manmmg ws gven a gift as the lodge's rep- resentative to Grand Lodge, which is being hem next week in Spokane. The .lub wi,l at 7:30 ,at the home of Virgie Carl with Daisy  as co- 'hostess. PERSONAL MENTIONS Leo McCaffe of Davenport and Lige Eldridge of Four Lakes were Sunday visitors at the George Spilker home. Fritzie Mains of Bozeman spent several d'ays last week with Sharvon Tyson. Edvard L. Maln was a Sun- day dinner guest of the Ed Ma- h0ffl. Sunday dinner guests at the Wiim Carl Imme were Mr. aad Mrs. A. F. Tyson of Spo- kane and Daisy Lewis. Spending the past week with the HasTy Wilkes were Mr. and Mrs. L. R. McLeed of Se- attle. Weekend visitors were Mrs. Henrietta Nieman and, Mrs. E. E. Walker ad chil- dren of Walla Walla. Hans Neman of Spokane was also a Sunday dinner guest. Darrell Clute is visiting at houre from the Navy. He is sta- tioned .at Alameda, Calif. g Visiting with the Hu h Gtagows on Wednesday were their cousins, Miss Areola Glasgow and Arran Glasgow. Mr. and Mrs. Bar,flay Boyle are spending some time with the D. M. Patridge family in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Man- niag and Mrs. Lilly Snode are 'having ,as guests, Judy and Jane Mark of Cenralia. The John Balls have as their guests, their gra,deldren, Korarie and Debbie Ball of Kent. The George Palmers attend- ed a Barracks and Auxllia of World War I N,o. 1806 pot- luck spper (m Thursday eve. ning, No. 819 on Monday eve- Ring n,d on Tuesday they will atterM the convention on the coast. NEWS IN BRIEF Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Locke Lewis drove to Spokane Sunday to vie, it with the Claude Morgan family. Mrs. Leona P, Anna Malone, Billy Jean and Mary Ellen left Tuesday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ray I-Imm in Bel- lingham. The George la'trners visited Sunday with the Bill Achor- marts in Spokane Valley. Mrs. Sam Brown was an overnight victor ,hst week i with Mrs. Helen Mills in Spo- :kane. This Smtday she ,had as visitors the Bill Browns of Sr*okae and Mrs. no De- C,beame, a former resident of i Medieal Lake. Mrs. DeCherme ,also sget some time with the Ia)cke Lewises before moving into her home. Mr..and Mrs. IAoyd Bagley and Roger of Eugene, Ore., are isiting at the Walter Jatm- son home and with other rela- :fives in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Wiam Tyree and s'on of Spokane visited on Sunday with the C. E. Jvlleys. Dr. and Mrs. Eugeae Wybor- nay, Mary and Patria Buehl drove to Seattle last weekenl to visit with Mrs. B,lakesly. Mary and Patricia continued on to San Francisco, where ary will spend the week with her grandparent, the Henry Wyborneys. Patricia will fly to Hawaii to join her parents in their new h, ome. On the Wy- borney's return trip tley stop- Fed at Kent to bring home their son Joe for a few weeks. David Probstleld o Astoria has been visi.ting with his par- ents, the Clark Colas, for sev- eral days. ke Rider is spendiing a week a a youth camp at Camp Heybrn in Idaho. Charlene, ,his ,sister, companied Mrs. rie Lavson and Larry Lot- son to WhO, bey Isaand, where he  for Hawaii. Mrs. Lazen and Charlene will visit with the Jack Jolmsons at Camano Istard before returning home. Mly Tierney of Spokane spent the weekend at the Al- vin P1ein home. Mr..and Mrs. Don Stites have been el, siting in IIePlmr, i Ore., with Stella  and in Kennewick wih the Lee Mc- Pbevts. FROM THE PAST Medical Lake- 1924 Waters of Medical Lake w.ill ete ,any disease except lying and poverty. Not every editor is s fortunate as tlze editor of the Medical Lake Ente!Teise. Whenever he rmm short of news he always has the lake to fa.U hack upon. Aax ia'xh'aust-i ible fount of .nes regarding the wonderful vir*ues of this body of water, which  a source o2 revenue to at least tw-thivd of the inhabitants of Medical Lake, can always be found on Mr. Alla's desk. Twenty yea ago an article was found in the bottom of an old trunk belenging to Russ Bartholomew the lake will cure ig or poverty. The Medical Lake paper was then d The Mall Medical Lake -- 1934 Mrs. Harry Wilkes and Mrs. WMton Pillard were initiated into Eastern Star Order. hree Medical Lake eighth grade students ,acqmred an av- erage of 90 ,or a, beve in the state examinations 'mad are on the state honor axfll. They are Pauline Kirchhoffer, average 833 point.s; Irene Tch, 822 ?oirts; and Elijah Caudill, 821 points. Other eighth graders receivirrg their .diplomas are Lucille FothergiLl, Bill Luders, Dorothy Caudiil, Sam Elsn, Willen.a Young, Paicia T/man. as, Nerma McLean, Eugene Hackney, azel Winnett and Messa Ferrell. Mr. Frichete, ermer super- hltedent of Medical Lake school, is assistiag Professor Beck, geologist of the Ellens- burg State 'normal trool, with work at th Khinko Petrified Forest near Culee Dam site. 1944 Attending Job's Daughters' itrtallati.ol at Oheney Friday evening were Mrs. L. A. Tesch, Mrs. Cummings and Beverly, go Griffith, Katie Wynia, Daisy Lewis .nd Mr. and Mrs. Alon Pillard and Rosemary. Rose- mary was rmtalled as th'd messenger. O. E. SchMer has purclased the Cannelly ph,ce. 1954 Miss Rita Elaine Iller daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Fuller, and Will,am E. Whit- mar will be married June 27 in the Community church. M.s Claudia Joy Morgan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude A. Morgan of Tekoa, became the bride of James Heaon of Tekoa. The bride is a ganddauShter of Mr. and ls. Locke Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Morgan. Miss Carol Boyle was in- stalled ,as queen of Job's Daughters. Espanola News By Katherine Holtoway REITMEIERS AT CONVENTION Espy,nolo grange met Friday eve_n2ng. A Fad.her's Day pro- gram yeas presented by Miclcy Moriarty. Eugorm EdwarSs' name was drawn or the at- tenlarme drawiag but he was rmt present to collect. Lydia Sebiewe played okl tunes on her lmrmonica with the aud- ience guessing rmmes. Several fatb.s took part in the Fh- er's Day quiz. Iank Itosenau sang and Mrs. Rosenau gave a reang. A memorial servie s given for two memebers who died during the pust year. Supper was served by the Earl Van Lehes and the Oscar Mus- sets. Oscar Reitmeier, delegate to the state grange onvention, and Mrs. Reitmeier ,drove to Wenatcee Wednesday to ,t- tend the conventdon. They were guests of the Milton Green family. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mabel Shoo:f and Mrs. High- fill drove to Yakima the past week to visit with rehtives. They visited with Mr. and .Mrs. Bill Rasmusson, at Mabton with Mr. and Mrs. Bob PeCer- son and ,at Roosevelt with Torn Highfill. Cats Pe hrson spet the week- end at Port/and at an insur- ance convention. Saturday eve- ning Elsie Peb.vson and Juiie md Lewis Pottratzattendedthe .Latter Day Salts church pic- nic at aKemvtd Park. Sunday everng Elsie was a dinvr guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pint- let. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Simpson and family of Edwa were Sunday afternoon visRors at the L(n Van Lehe home. Tuesday visitors at the Carl Jn home were Mrs. Mil- dred Thorpe and dghvs of Spokane and their tmuse ,guests from Cdfon, the y Thorpes. Mr. and Mrs. J ake Strief of Cheaey were atezoon visitors. Wednesday visilxs were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hall of Waukon and Mrs. Lena lly, Karen Opperman and ughters of Chancy. Satur- day eveni,g visitors were Mr. mid Mrs. Jim Hepton and the M, ett onning fam_y of Spo- kane. On Sunday the Hollo- ways were diamea- guests of the Tomfings. Portia returned to spend the week with Niv.a and Penny. The Claude Beatties spent Friday visiting with Mrs. Mi'n- nie Ahem and her house guests, Mrs. Hattie Dacht and Clmrles from Momana. In the evenng they visited with the Herb ",GLeelberg fny. Amanda Aberts and Renzil McIiin visited on Four Lakes Lenard MaceRI 7-7606 CLUB TO MEET Hub Ctub will meet at the Four Lakes Township Haft at 10 ,a. m. Thursday. Hostess wiil be Mrs. Lloyd Lovelt. Camft project will be phster of Faris o bottle.s. PERSONAL MENTIONS Douglas Barriek spent last week visiting his grandmother in Waa Walla. Mr..and Mrs. Gurn Faylet a,ld Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fields of Spolane were callers last week of Mrs. Crooks. Mr..a, rtd Mrs. Henry Wyn- stra visited Mrs. Crooks. Mr. and Mrs. Boots Earls- with the Irvin Imhoff family. Shirley Hodgson spent the weekend with Janice Cogswell. Keith has spent some time with the John Hodgson family near Deer Park. Sunday dinner guests of the Hodgsns were Mrs. Paul Sather of Wilbur, hr. arid Mrs. lyndon Sather a,d son of Grand Coulee, Elaine Hodgson of Deer Park, Doug Olmstead and Mrs. Cath- erine Ha'nson. Mrs. Sharon Arnold and Ca- mille were Thursday overnight guests at the I,Ioyd Knapp home. Over the weekend the Knapps and the John Ibh family drove to M,arShal Lake to fish. Ernie Mviarty ,and family were Saturday eveuaing diinner guests of the Don McCandless family in Cheney. On Sunday the Moriartys drove to Moses Lake to wish Jack Penhallurick a happy birthday. The Lee Pen- haHuricks ao were present. Lerm Sobek was a Tueschy visitor t the Frank Selfridge home. Thursday Mr. artd Mrs. Lee Selfridge of Warden and their house guests, the George Bigneis of San Jose, Ca]if., were guests. Mrs. Anna Magmort had a recent trip to Van, eonver and Sea,ttle with Mrs. Bdle Fran- seen, Oe and Neff Sehmitt. Mrs. Magmtson also accompan- ied Mrs. Doris Holznagel, Betty Milaor nd Debra to Tekoa to Wit with Russell Liindquist and family. Wednesday Mrs. Bill Mc Gourini was a l uneheom guest ,of the Hil'mers in Spokane, honoring Sinikka Hytinin. Spending the weekend fishing at Banks Lake were Gary lan, Don and Dan I.mnbert and Mike McGwin. Friday Visitors were Mr. and M. I-Imld Cox and on Saturday the Mrins drove to Mis- souh, Mont. court visited the Don Laird family ,of Valleyford. Laird is recovering from an opera,biOn. Mr. and Mrs. George Stronp of Spokane and Mr. ,aad Mrs. W. C. Harmon of Pasta were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartford and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartford and family visited Mrs. Kate Hartford at the Broadview nursing home. Thaarsday was her 84th birthday. Mrs. Kirkpatrick's d'aughter, Norton Fewand, Portland, Ore., visited ,a few days last week with Mrs. Kirkpatrick. Other callers were Lueill,e Fetzner, Jack Stvoub, Mr. and Mrs. Mur- bach and Mr. Grove of San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Andrew,s and family were weekeaad guests of Mrs. Camin. The two oldest Andre boys are spending a few weeks with their grandmother Andrews. Donald H.alt and family of Seaside visited Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stamper last week. Mr. and Mrs. Holt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry KigSat and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. Stamp- er visited Mrs. Stamper's sister in Colvfl]e. Mr. and Mrs. Hot and Mr. and Mrs. Stamper were din, ner guests of the Jim Goodwins of C heney. Russell, Lermrd, .and Sara Kay Mace were Saturffay eve- n,iing vis.itors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace attended the annual "Prisoner of War" banquet in Co:uer d'- Atene Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace omd family and Lynda Thur attended the picnic. Mrs. Hemy An enson, Co- lee Dam was a caller at the Van Camp home last week. Guests of the Eld,on Jenickes were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Rat- hffe of California. The E[d,on Jeniekes were hosts: to a pot:lck dinner. About 20 were present. Mrs. Paul Hove of Spokane was a Sunday dinner guests of the Henay Wynstras. The Wynstras visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ashley at Hole in dae Ground Monday. Mrs. Wynstva's son,, Airman 1/c John L. Anderson, was fl, own from Firchild Air Force base kospitat to the base hospital in San Antmaio, Texas, where he will be under care of ,a kidney speci.a]ist. East fheney By Anna Phillips Tlxis evening Est Ceney grange meets after which the grange will recess until Sep- tember. Mrs. Enmry Babb, Mrs. Arno Saario and Mrs. Bert Conra spent two days in Wenatehee recently. They toured the Ohme Gardens and other points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. David Buddri- us and Duane of Almira spent last Sunday night and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis. Mrs. Anna Phillips and Johnny Phillips eaed Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Van Brunt, Carl Andrew ,and Mrs. Caroline Marget, all .of Spa- katie, and Mrs. Phillips were last Wednesday dinner guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phil- lips and Johnny. Mr. and Mrs. ICon Washburn arid daughters were Friday guests of the DebbJe, D onnie Mayfield of few days last gradpren, ts, Vern Harrington. tons span* last the TToy Mayfields One o,f the prescriptions was a er 1/ade Ses o.f Egypt It c ensisted of refuse, and ass' had the some efeet @ay ,hair restorers ness caa,res-rrone. Bride's Bonus through the month WITH EACH ORDER OF 150 OR WEDDING INVITATIONS ... Free Wedding Picture In The Free Press. Reading this ad won't do you any But it will help your child. One-third of our school children--and your daughter or son could be among them--fail mM[mum fitness tests. Parents and schools can correct this shocking situation. But only if more interest and time are given to physical education. A basic school program that can improve any child's physical abilities is described in a free leaflet from the President's Council on Physical FitnesS Washington, D.C. 20548. "