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Pae 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, June 25, 1965 Medical Lake News Sonneborn Serving Aboard Northwind Seaman Douglas G. Soane- born, USCG, son of Mx. and Mrs. Edward W. SoRReborn of Route 1, Medical Lake, has de- parted Seattle and is lmading fo Cperdmgen, Denmark, while serving aboard the Cast Guard icebreaker Nerthwind. During the eru'.tse to Copen- tmgen, Nortlmdnd will trozmit the Panama Caral and visit New York. After arriving in the North Athntic area, the of- ricers, erewmembers arid civil- ia personnel aboard the ice- breaker wl" make observa- tioRs at 23 warous oceanogra- phic stations between the sou- thern tip ,of Greenland and the Hebrides is.iartds off the coast (f Scotland. These observations will be made in conne,ction with the investigation of conditions a.f- fecting the sea water circula- te, on between the Arctic Basin and the North Atlantic Ocean. HAZEL FRICK PASSES; SERVICES AT SPANGLE hss azel Frick, 71, passed avcay on June 19 at a Spokane ,loepital, wbere she had been taken a few hours earlier by ambularme. Site ]md made her .home with her sister find brother-m4aw, Mr. and Mrs. IaMn Imhoff, since the death f their mother 43 years afro. She was born on Nov. 6, 18-4 in Spokane, was a member of l tlm Chriian church a,rl is! mvvived by her two sisrs. ] Mrs. Im_hff and Mrs. Ida (lea-i of Lewstown, Mont., and[ many ns and nephews. The ftmeVal was held at 2 p. m. Wednesday von BaR and Dodds with Rev. Rill ups offic. iatig. Burial was in the Span- gle cemetery. SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM STARTED The Medic Lake school dim trict ,Ires .sot up the suanmer recreation program to run from June 21 until Attg. 13. The age limit is seven years or completi of he first grade. Supervised nd -ts and ats w1 .be held 9:a0 :p. m: Mofiday ttuxmCfl "- day wili {ary :tes and Ann Cumfiglmm as instructors. Terry I_zmg and Judy Byrne will instruct the ng classes at Silver lake resort July 19 ough July 30 fom 9 until noon Monday ttwogh Friday. A bus  provide the transportation rorn the ee- mentmj school. Temais wila .'hve Mr. Ing as nstrutor from 1 to 4 p. m. londay thuffh Friday fom June 28 through July 2. Once again, a reminder ahout the Bookmobile which stps at the elemea school every second and fourth Mondays dm'ing the summer from 1 to 4 p. m Thi,s Should provide summer reading tr ch'ildren and .adults alike. LODGES NOW ON SUMMER RECESS Iatern Star 'met o Monday of last week for their last meeting until fail The Rebek- a group this Mnday held its t meeting. Daisy Lew was in charge. Mrs. ]mma Man- ig will represerut the. Bast- evn Star at the convention in Tacoma from June 24 througkh 26. On the 27th she  regis- ter with tim Rebekah group at Longview for fatrr days conven- tion. BE RGMANJVlc/,STERS RITE SLATED JUNE 26 Mr. nd Mrs. Vernon MeMos- ters invite the public to the mari, age ceremony of their daughter Nola and Dennis A. Bergman on Jtme 26 at 7 p. m. in the Zion Lutheran clmrc at E. 8304 Buckeye in Spo- lrm. Denais, who has ,been with the army for ,the past five years, is the son of Mr. and M. Ared Beran of Ath- ens, Ws. The couple will make their ,home in Athens. Nora has been a secretary at the Medi- cal Lake trunk or tw years. She is a gla, dttte of Kelsey Baird Business Sehl fter graduating from ih shol in Ramme, N. D. LONNIE CLARK WEDS HAYNES Lense Clark, dtlhter of Mr. and Mrs. Frrest Clark, and William Haynes were mar- ried on June 14 at the Assem- bly of God church with the Rev. Terry oficating. The bade wore a floor length gown of white with a pearl tier- ra holding ;her veil. She ear. red rosebuds and stei>hanotis on a white Bible. Mrs. Rich Niccoli was matron of loor a,nd Wanda Clute and Candy were bridesmaids. Kieh best man Date By Katherine Holloway and Wayne Terry as ushers. Dale and Jeanel Gibbons were ring bearer and flower girl. A reception followed in the church annex. At the uest book were Esther Duncan, gift table Candy Clark and Wanda Clute and serving were Elea- nor Moore, Naomi Jo:hnson and Plre,nee Clute. The young people wl make their home in Sacramento, Calif., where he is 'i,n: the air force. BIBLE SCHOOL BUSY Nearly 100 children attend daily Bible school classes at the Community church. The session ends on June 25 with an evening lawn gatherirg at the church for awards and re- freshments. All parents are in- vited. Bible scrhool started .on Mon- day at :the St. Johns Lutheran church with flood attendance in the new classrooms of the recently finished parish ,hall. Medical Lake- 1955 A group of local relatives and friends of Oie Grambo spent Friday of last week in Spokane helping Ole Grambo, brother of John GrarMo an Mrs. M. Nerdby, observe his 96th birthday. Longevity ,is a family trait as Mrs. Nerdby is 83 and Pete Grambo, whe lives in Mihesota, is 'almost 90 years of age. The senior Graanbos settled ,in Presser in 1898 and lived there tmtil recently. Mr. and Mas. Kaa'l Dittber- ner 'and d,,u.ghter Florence of DeSme, Idaho, sited Mr. and Mrs. George Dittberner over the weekend. ,Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Cusgow are parents of a girl horn June 20 at Deaconess aspital. The baby was framed Arlene Dee and weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounc- es. She jo'ms a sister, Darne. bit. ,and Mrs. Claude Garner were guests at a chicke din- nor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sunderland in Che- hey Friday evening. uests at the A. L. Gxiffiths for a Father's day picnic din- ner were Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Merriman, Tim .and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. GrLffith, Shaven, [ Inda ofokne, Mr. and Ernest Ate, Mr. and "Wits. Bad Ahf, Donna and Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shearer, Shirley and Ed and Mrs. Edith Wilkes. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson of Sn Francisco and Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Dixon and son Larry of Spokane were Wednesday evening dinner guests of the Harry Watsons arid the A1 Beclviths. Speding Father's day with Mr. and Mrs. Neii Parks were the William Parks of EsIanola, the William Tuttles arrd Gail Ball & Dodd, a new parsonage has been secured 'at Medical Lake for the pastor the Com- munity church. The former thrvey Schnell he,use has been purchased and will again be used as the Meth,odst church. Sue Bingamoa celebrated her ninth birthday last Wed- nesday at the Jack Larsen home. Present were Diane Wyna, Domm Moore, Edna Dutton and Sue. The community club met at the home of Mrs. Bill BaCdwin June 14 with a potluck dinner at noon. Present were the Mes- dames Lowery, Waters, Foster, MChael. Heyer, Fishback, Jertm, Adam's, Wood, Watson Rosemary, Glasguw, Bar- telt, Apgar and children, Ames, Llewelyn ,and children. The next 'meeting wi he hem at the town hall June 28. Louis, Jr., and Geraldine Tesch returned home after spending two weeks vacation in RitzviUe where they attend- ed vacation Bible school and took part in the clfildrens play wga'am. Loyal chapter held its last staed communication he, re mmmer vacation on Mmlay evening: A tribute  givext to or flg on Flag day. The de- grees were conferred on Mrs. Amelia Peppe:r, Mr. and M. W. R. Pepper, Dr. and Mrs E. Perry and Roy Butts Refresh- mes were served by a com- mittee with Verna Fore,gill as etmirman Sunday evening dinner guests ,at the Haaa-y Watson 'boe were Mrs. Fred Watson, Frank Lfldengreen, Mr. arm Mrs. Iffarry Watson and Rse- mary. Bobby ad Dennis Johnson and ary, the D. B. Trowbridg- of Spokane visited several days es ,and Dickie Allen and Bruce ,at the Jack Watson home while of Spokane and the Alton Pil- their parents, Captain a,nd Mrs. lards, i dokmson went .on a cring I trip near Seattle. Captain John- son will leave soon for Saata Medical Lake  1945 Monica, accompanied by his Through an Exchange with w'fe and sons. The ,dedication dinner, held o,n Sunda% was a cpacity crewd. The Children's Crusade, held at the Assembly of God church as evening classes will last for this week. Church school classes for children of St. Anne 's Cathohc church were held the past week at the Espanola Grange hall. RICHARD SLOAN AND MARY DUNN UNITED Richard Sloan, son of th Stanley Sioans of Medical Lake took as his bride, la,ry Dunn at a recent ceremony in the Assembly of God church. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dunn. Mrs. Renee Nye was matron of honor arid Sally Stimson the maid of honor. Brides,,aides were Miss Lee Nich, ots and Barbara Epling. Keith Nye acted as best man with ushers Jackin,g Gemmerig, Dick Funsethe and Larry Bren- eman. The reception roll,red at the city hall. GROUP BEGINS VOLUNTEER WORK The Easteens, a service group from the Reardan com- munity sponsored by the Rear- dan PTA, received their oen- tation on Monday and will be- gin doing volunteer work in many parts of the hospital. You mtme the place and you'll n.o doubt find one of them h elpinrg out. They are 13 years old ,and up ad will work in he beauty shop, recreation area, occupa- tional therapy, volunteer ser- vice offices and on the wards. They will be joined by the old timers who have worked other summers before, many of them putting in eight lours a week. Targ part in the Easteens are Lynn Reeves, Cindy Col,vil, Sally Gleming, Rene Gerkin, Dorothy Jones, Chris Oe hlscl lager, Connie Rinker, Jane and Lee Carstens. Lirala Carber, Jim Krupke, Mrty McDaniels and Buddi and Lorri R'emmers. They will ao be jJned by the Spokane county Red Cross grot,p for hmz)h and more ark. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Olark, Danny ,and ,Candy spent the weekend at remevtxm vaca- tioning. The Joyce Keenes spe the past weekend on the coast on business. Mr. and Ms. Gerad Dobbins ad family of lairfield were Sunday visitors at the Clarence Dobbins ome. Mrs. Fairman i,s in tae Dea- coness-dmspital to have sur- gery at a later date Visiting the past week ,at the Irvin Imhoff ,home were Mrs. Harry Kingsley and OLaf Smith of Port Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Claflin and family of Hood River, C e., spent the weekend at the S they 5ohnsonr, r hme. Dixie and Kermeth Clafflin and Don n,a and DaTcne Weatherill will spe'rd the summer with the Jo .hnsons and the WeaShels. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Marks, 5anice ,and Judy of Cencralia visited on Monday eveaing at the larion Manning home. They were en route to Yellow- stone and Ghcier parks and visit with the Manngs again on their 'homeward trip. Mr. and Mrs. Caude 1Kate earn more on savings I MED L LA OFFI00 :E: S. 1 I II spent Father's day with a din- nor at the Clifford McFarlings in Spokane. Visiting with Mrs. Ellen Brown on Sunday eveaing were Mr. arid Mrs. Sam Brown and Susan and Mrs. June Brown o Greenacres. The Ben Brown family of Carrip,bell, Calif., have been visiting with the Fullers aud Mrs. Ellen Brown. Weekend visitors at the Fullers were Mr. and Mrs. Amos Grambo of Con- nell and Peter Hall (ff Ellens- burg. Saturday night supper guests weer the Bill Whitmers, guests were the Bill Whitmers, Ellen Browr. A potluck dinner was held on Sunday with addi- tiorml guests being the Glen T-hiemens amily of Harring- ton, the J, ack Swansons, the Bitl Browns, Mrs. Oma Messin- PER ANNUM dai0000!y interest BROAD ST. D, ger, Mrs. Helen Mills, Mrs. Ada Hilyard, the Jack Louevams, all of Spokane, and the Earl Swansons, Milton Kukuks, Mrs. Anna Swanson and Linda Gra- lapp. Mrs. Ruby Johnson and Mrs. John Larson drove Mr. and Mrs. James Grigware of Col- ville to visit with the Jack Johnson family ,at Ca mano Is- land where he is assistant lark man in the state park. 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