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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, J,une 26, 1964 Medical Lake News HOLLY CLARK WEDS The Coeur d&apos;Alene chapel was the scene on Saturday of the wedding of Holly Dmlexe Clark, dahte of Mr. mad Mrs. Forrest Clak, to ,Richard Allen Nicene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clarksan off Spo- kalle. .Miss Clark wore a white lace harlerina legeh gown and .her only aCtedat, Wmda Clqte, wore a son blue suit. The bride carried a 'bouquet of white roses aId her attend- art wre a pink carnation cor- sage. Mr. Clark2kxq was his son's attendant. The family ws pcesent and a droner was held ,at the Clark h, ome ,afterwards. Present were the Clarksons of Spo- kane, the Areb_ke Baixs, the P0ey Keenes, the Joyce Keene family md the Clerks. The you,ng couJple are honey- mooning a Oregon arm will make their home in Medical Lake this summer. Mr. Nieolle works with security at Getger Field and is a member of the International Guard. AWAY IN ALASKA las. Ted Huss had her name drawn at the Sahivday appre- ciation day dmwirg. The Huss- es left just recently to make tle.ir home in Alasla. Laurel Tobler received a $5 certifi- cate, Mary Bryan received a like gift, as did Vern Roark. Be there next week as usual, but on Saturday na drawing will be held as mot of the businesses will be closed. CHAMBER HONORS LADIES About 25 cousins enjoyed dining md dancing at the aln- ntl Chamber of Commerce ladie rght. The evenh%g out 'as sial'ted with a social hour in Sllmne. The ao-host di- ner followed, ther dancing. IMPROVEMENTS PLANNED The basebal diamond now being used by the I.ttle League ball tems wfl udergo "un- pxvement when Ee n is finished. g and leveling will be dane  a cyclmie ferme installed. A physical edu- cation obstacle course w be constructed .at the high school A prefab ;,g will put up at  school. SPECIAL SESSIO"-"N STARTS Fifteen ehiMrem, in grades five through eight, em'oled for the special hetp semian at the grade seboal, vhieh six weeks. The morning ace. drni pgman, taught by Mr. Van Stone, wig center around reading nd mathematics. WOOD AT CONFERENCE Jay Wood is a0tendhag the teacher-raining corfference in Olympia for ocationd agri- culture teachers. It features new developments itn vocation- al agricuRure edacati<m, Fu- ture Farmer of America and stuciy groups of teachers. CHURCH NEWS Comrnuntty Church Bble school was over last Friday h'en families met for a pie- nic in the city park. Children entertained a, nd they were pre- nted with certLficates. A coffee hour was held ater church honoring Father's Day. Sunday Sclmol classes wit take a vacation during July arm August at St. Jkn's Lu-- thelr Okurch. Sunday will be the hst session until Septem- ber 6. ChurCh services will continue ,at the regular time. At St. Anue's Catholic Church, services ave at 8:3"0 a. m. for the summer months. Taking their first cam, reunion at Mst Sunday's mass were Ralph Spilker, Jimmy Van Oleaf, Phil,p Copelard and Ramona Engle. Brother and Sister Ross were guest speakers at the Assem- bly of God services on Sun- day. BASEBALL RAINED OUT The Lakezs, coached by Rev. Bilupa, were ained out in their We ev game. The Falcons won over the , "I'v,r2xs at Medical Lake Thurs- day. Wayne I-Io sturck out 13  walked five in the fir three games pMyed. These 10, 11 md 12-year olds beat the Yanks at FacMkl Monday evening 8-3. The top Fa/eon hitters are Rod Van Lee, .800, Wyne Hodgson, .600 mad Bill Baman, .555. GIANTS PLAY The Giants, 16, 17 and 18- yar.ld  phyexs, coached by Dem Click, wo heir Sundm] game with the Valley Lions, 9-7. J'im Hillbriek and By Katherine Holloway Sue Harmon took part in the wedding ceremony as flower girl. Mrs. Henry Theme,s, Evarts, Ky., has been visiting with the tfubert Thomas family. The Thomases left this week to dnive home. Mrs. E. L. Ful2er and daugh- ters, Mrs. Rita Whitmer and Mrs. Linda Grahpp drve to Prosse,r Mnday to attend the funeral f Mrs. Fuller's atmt, Mrs. Martha Nordby, who was nearly 101 years old. Spending the weekead at the Ernest Ahlf smmer lmme at Waitts Lake were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ahff and Billy aad Mr. and Mrs. Perry Ahlf ,and Lynn. Fritzie Mains of Bozeman, Mont., is spending some time with the Perry Ahlfs. lamie Parmeter returned Friday after sperding some time with the Cy Parrneters in Beaverton, Ore., wb21e lVrs. Wilma Parmeter was recoer- ig from surgery. She also vis- ited with Ms. Paul Thomms at Porthnd. Mr. and Mrs. Rbert Parker and fanly of Jefferson, Iowa, spent several days hst week with the A. I. Piards and the Nell Parks. Duri, ng this vast xeek the Pil, ards and the Parks weTe a Enterprise, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Queen- er ,and family of Potlatch were Sunday dinner ,guests at the Rvy Keene heine. Mrs. Sam Brovn received a coil from ,her son, Ben Brown, at the New York World's Fair lt week. Mr. a,nd lrs. Clarles Rob- erts ,ave visiting friends and relatives in Porthnd, Salem i ad in Ida.o. i The Ben Mergans and the Dan Wynias celebrated the Wynias' wecding armiversary with di'rmer in Spokane lst week. Mr. and Mrs. Monte Van Dovn of Tacoma are spendin, g the week with the Larry Mors- es. Weekend visitors at the Ma- shal Webb home wore Mr. and Mrs. Darel.l Russell o Ore- firm, Ida,. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Swanson und Mr. and Mrs. John Lusby of Vancouver spen the week. end 'at Penticten, B. C. The Swasons rece}ved word from Kermeth Swamson of the birth of a baby daughter to the Swanons in Ca'lifornia, where they are spend,i, ng the summer wich Mr. avid Mrs. Bill CI- lin of Sacramento. They l, ave a son, Steve. They make their home in Lyle. Dr. and M. C. K. Sha/fer visited one evenirg witah Mr. and Mrs. Don Stites. They are from Vera Cruz, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. William Dur- fee drove to Twisp Sunday to vkiting with thei,r Son, Tom, at the Geevge Miller ranh. ! Vsitirg with the E. C. Pot- er over the weekerM were Frz,rk Beck arm Frank Perkins fom Calfforn,la. M. arm Mrs. Claude Garner had as Sunday visi$ors fforn Ertn and Jack Campbell of Spokane. The George Spilker famiiy drove to Steptoe Butte and Hole In The Ground Sunday. Visitors at the Harold Stu- theit home hkis week are the Troy Henrys 'and the Jim Thompsons of Springeld, Me., On Wednesday the Stutheis and Shirley left to visit the Pa, ul Bmans and other rela- tives in Los Angeles. The Sherman Wet'horns spent Sunday in Spokane with Mrs. Louise Lewis. Teday the Ben Morgans and the Dan Wynias leave for a week-end Morgan reunion near Joseph, Ore. From there they will avel to Denver to vis with the Da, n Wynia famly. The Mrgans will retarrt to Medical Lake with the Claude Morgans of Spokane. Claude just returned from the World's Fair, :having won a free trip. ACtending the wedding in Sprgue Commun.ty church of Iboger Krug and Gayle Iaegent wre Anton Appel and Mrs. Evelyn Appel. Kathene Hal- lowly and Nima also attended. Mr. arm Mrs. John Ball drove to Cle Elum to spend the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ball. They attended the Sunny- side pioneer picnic. Russell McQuire of Portland visited his daughters, Miehelle and Me :lita McQure, who ore vi2ng with their grandgar- on'ts, the Fa, a,nk Bakers'. The girls returned to their lmme in Moses Lake ,after sper, diag ) weeks here. James Spiedel of Moses Lake is spending six weeks with the Bakers to attend summer school at EWSC. Kay Massang of Y'mkim is Glasgow of Bspandta returned home londay ,after spend,g two weeks in Oalfornia. While there they visited Disneyland, tlollywood and Knotts Berry Farm. C. E. Jolley entered Deacon- ess hospital Monday evening for surgery Tuesday moning. Having a cookout a the Bud Staples for Father's Day were the Don Staples of MJan, the Wtl, bur Staples of Newport, the Alfred Staples and Vickie Moore. Mr. and Mrs. IIarry Gramps took a trip to Ptns, Mont., 1'as week. On the return trip they spent several days ha Sandpoint. Mr. and Mrs. Ab Griffith spent the weekend at the home of the Sanley Hendrickns at Lake Pend Oa'eille. The Chrk Coles drove to Pendieon, Ore., on business lst Saturday. Dugl.s visited ha Kendriek, Idaho, over the weekend. Mrs. Loretta Iapl:an, Kim, Guy .and Ward and Mrs. Alex Fieehtner of Spokane drove to Gtendive, Mont., to visit the boys' great-grandather, De- watd Hoffer. Mrs. Ruth Dudley of Vaa X V, aIh is visiting this week with Pearl King and Glen Ped- igo while attending a Christian corffererme in Spokane. Mrs. Lee Wood of Cttsick visited on Monday. FROM THE PAST Medical Lake -- 1934 Mike Glasgow underwent an operation on his nose Monday. Several months ago Mi'ke was injured when a load of hay tipped over eaushg a pitch fork to run through his face. Mr. Killin of aJffard is in charge ,of vacation Bible selmm. bL-s. Keene is sting. Raymond Stae is spending the summer at Imme after at- tending W. S. C. AVlie Bar,elt delivered a boat to Loon Lake Monday. The .sale was made by A1 Sveraon. The Custodial band attended the Grand Con,lee celebration in Spokane Monday. They had a hrge float and hyed sev- eral selecti'ons during,,,,,, the pa- lade. Mrs. C. A. Jones of Omak was a guest of her mother, MTs. J. A. Hutchinson, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Bark'hart and children,m Mr. and Mrs. A,hrens and Geriamde Baldwin attend- e two Boot h-Cbbarn meet- ings in Spolane Sunday. 1944 A community health service is being established a,t Medical Lake. Mrs. Ben Morgan .received word that her mother, Mrs. Martin, passed away Sunday at San Francisco. The Rev. Gordon Coats, stu- dent minister flxnn Whtworth college, las been appointed to the Com,munity church for the year. Mr. and Mrs. Fraak Harris are moving to Medical Lake to take charge of the Ball and Dodd funeral home. 1954 Mrs. Eva Hines and Mrs. Maude Pillard attended the grand chapter session of East- ern Star in Tacoma. Myrtle Keene left by planc to spend her vacation with her brother, C. R. Keene, near San- ta Rosa, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Leo C'haron of Spokarm have purehased the locker plant from Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jett. Sgt. and Mrs. A. L. Goodman are visiting at the John Kim- mell ,home. Asking a woman her age is lJke ,buying a used car. You kow the speedometer hs beer turned back, but you don't krmw how far. Espan01a News By Katherine Holloway LABISH WEDS FRENCH GIRL Gerald E. Labish, son af Mr. and Mrs. John Labish phoned family Sunday to tell them that he and Jocel3m Des Grang- es were married last Sturday in Persan, France. Joce,lyn, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Char- lotois Des Granges, s empl,'oy- ed :as a secretary for an elec- trical firm. Labish is with the 254th transp:ort gvmap. He ptans to be home in about a year. LUNCHEON HELD The Espanola women's cinb! met Wednesday for u.ncheo in Spokane, with a tour of a'. Spokane bakery following. This was planned as the club's summer recreation. It was the last meeting ustil fll. Taking part were Amelia Griffith, O1- lie Her, ning, Edna Rei'tmeier, Irene Rosermu, Mae Beattie, Sally WilLlrns, Amarda Albert, Beverly Cogswel, ldrta Garner and Luella Kthn. Guests were Sand'a Reitmeier and Diaame Von Lehe. The bakery totw covered aH plases of bread making and packagirg of pro- ducts. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Otto Magmxs- on attended the funeral in Cheney on Wednesday of Al- bert Lindqulst. laymond IAnd- quest ,of W,aka Walta spent several days wth the Magnt- s'0ns. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Segridge and Tami were Wedanesday evening visitors a the home of Mr. aId Mrs. lalph Kilpat- rick at Oakesdale. They spent the weekend at Moses Lake with Jack Pelfl@lurick. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Arnold t tended the first solemn mass of Father Mieheal J. Mevriman Surday at the St. Alyiaus church. He had been xl6ned on June 13. A reception was held at St. Oatherine Church. The Arnolds saw many old time fBends from their for- mer ,home in Milmesota. After- wards they were dinnqr guests at the J. R. Drowiey home, where ,tey visited wR'h r. mid Mrs. Harry l'acAvoy and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Towers, VM- ey and Yvonne. The Jack C:ogswells were Sunday dinner guests at the L. T. Cromer home in Sprague. On Wednesday Minnie nd Dave Petersn drove to Pater- as to attend the funereal of Frank West, 86, a the Com- munit ohurckh. On 8aOrday they and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kapp spent the weekend ha Walh Walla with Marguerite Petemon. Thtvsday visitors at the Knapp kome was Mrs. Hem'y Zimmerman and family of La Mars, Iovca. She is a forner resident of Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. John Patrick 'and family of Porneax were weekend visitors of the Bob Kirks. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin WLtlm and girts were Sunday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Wil]s spen the vast week motoring through Ida,he, Nevada, Calif- ornh and Oregon. Terri Musser and Vicki Men- derhall "spent the past week in Ellensburg attending Gils State. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Creed and Gus .and Evalyn Pehrson aWived an Wednesday fo a wsit. On Friday Mrs. Ese Jehr- son was ,taken ill and is now in the St. Lukes hospial. Sunday dirmer guests at the Holloway-Johnen home were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris and Donna, Colleen Willms and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hepton. The Albert Rosenaus drove to Wilbur Sunday to visit with the Paul Sathers and to picnic at Grand Coulee. Th Gordon Hogsdons drove Catherine Hanson to Tekoa Sunday and lunched with the Scott I-Iansons. The John LabLhes and Lar- ry Hodgson drove to Almim to have dinner with the Max Kinrs. Ruth Anna Pruyn of Missou- la, Morn., arrived Friday to spend some of her summer va- cation with the Bill MeGeurins. On Satmday she, Ms. McCur- BEER t FUN AH CAD PLAN AHEAD lake. They also visited Tony Merrick at Bead Lake. Mr. and Mrs. John Walton of Pittsburg, Pa., were over- night guests of Ran Robinson June 9. Ran Robins, on is with the National Guard at lort Lewis this week. He wi,ll return home Friday. Johnnie Stengle attended a birthday paa-ty ha Sl)olrte Sat- urday in honor of Roy Oki. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Holman, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hal,man and Mr..and Mrs. Charles Holman of Wenatchee were Sunday dinner .guests at the Rezeau Plotts borne. In the evening the grotp attended the wed- Bride's Bonus rough the month WITH EACH ORDER OF 1S0 OR WEDDING INVITATIONS .. Free Wedding Picture The Free Press. Butch Denton pitched. visiting with Mr. and lrs. Mike M,assog. On Tuesday the Ma's PERSONAL MENTIONS songs and Elsie Gimmerig Make the refreshing pleasure W/IP.(.  drove to Edwall to visit with Mrs Lily Snide and Mrs 1 f ' " : George Logan Mrs Lloyd of Light Olymp a Beer a part o your WASHINGTON Emma M_nning accompanied .... . the Wylie ttarnmn amiay to .Th of St pkane was a ls weekend plans, rltb the I/Fater" .... ,- --a ..... , Ohln last weekend to attend ttor {at weeK. \\;B I// ,.r, u,. rg[uru, Gas Serv ice the w of Slaron  Lefty Glas ow and family fith and Dermis Sines. mmi  - " ml Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts IRA SHEA HONORED AT GRANGE CONVENTION Ira Shea received the Grange "Leader of the Year" award while at the grange conven- tion at Wenatehee last week. It was presented by State Mas- ter A. Lars Nel'son, and reads in part: "In recognition of un- s"'e,rving dedication, devotion, and outstanding leadership in agriculture, resource develop- ment and public and coop Power, educe, lion, nd frater- nal excellence." The Rev. De Vidal of Spa- kne was the Shed's dinner guest Sunday. He s substitut . hag 'at the Nazarene church in Cheney while Rev. George Ni- ch, ols is atterdmg general as- sembly in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea also are attending the assembly for three days. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Hank Davis o,f RitzvRle, Mrs. Millie Cssidy of Spokane and the Donald Da- vs family fished and picnicked at Fish Trap lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jolmnie Bvovn pent Saturday and Surday flshirg for brook trout at the Earl Merrick cabin on Sacheen Some nations might have called him "Daddy" Sam. Not America. The people who wrote our Con- stitution decided that our Federal Government should not be a Great Father. They limited its role rather strictly, to assure freedom and opportunity for individuals. One result has been America's unparalleled record of industrial achievement.., and we're part of one good example-the investor- owned electric power industry. ding of Miss Chewelah and Ephrata at Bb Plotts, Bill Frank Anderson to Los Angel'es turning Mrs. Katheme Espanla and Ptotts called on Saturday Ll'oyd the flu this Abelmans of them Sunday Drive 65 mles 50 mi'}es were is 60 .and yo four whgle in, .arid Mrs. Don Lambet at- tended the rose show m Spo- kane. Bvening visitors were Ron Taylor and Dan Lambert. George Mann was a Sunday caller. On Sunday Amanda Alberts and Renzil McLain attended the smorgasbord at Airway Heights. In the afternoon they visited with Clayton Lauseh a,t Mead. Monday visitors at the Mc- Gourins were the Don Hiltons of Spokane. Tuesday visitors were Sally Willms and girls. On Wednesday the Gus Pehr- sons arid the Myron Creeds vis- ited. Jerry Meserve is s,pending several weeks at the George Meserve home. He is en route from San Diego to Memlhis, Term. He was lonored Sunday an his birthday with a po/duck. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jaeobs and family of Geiger Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Carmen of Otis Orelards and Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. Ward Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Gone Smith, Eva Sceg- gins, Anna Marie Daris and l. and Mrs. W. O. Meserve nd Don,n. The Earl Van Lehes visited Stmday with the Dan De- Chonnes in Spokane and with the Walt Von Lehes in Medical Lake. Financed in the American business, it best electric service in Yet billions have been Federally owned plants and lines. are proposed. Th burden the taxpayers ily, but it would also do worse. It would spirit of American the faith we all ought our relationship with '"WHY DIDN'T WE CALL HIM DADDY