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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 2, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway RITES HELD FOR LUNDER David G. Lunder, 71, passed away June 23 at Sacred Hearl lmspital after bein,g  for a number 'of years. He ,had farmed in Montana but of later years was employed at Lake- lard ViSage. He is survived by hs wife, Grace, at the home; a son, Donald at Gledive, Mort- turin, and a daughter, Betty Bxuski, of Wibaux, Mont. He aso leaves nine brothers, three si,ers and 13 grandchildren. He attended St. John's Luther- an hureh, whose pastor, Rev. W.ane Olsen, officiated at his fu'rmral on Morday afternovn at Ball and Dodd Funeral h*me here. Burial was held at Spokane Memorial Gardens. VOLUNTEERS BEGIN WORK AT HOSPITAL Oxm hunda'ed and twenty vol- unteers began work in various departments ,at Eastern State Bospital on Monday. They have unldergone several weeks of orientation and will rmw put in many hours of work. ,Mrs. Fran Stimson has just completed a leadership tech- pique session at Gonzaga as guest instructor. A slaonsored center of the American Red Caoss, it lasted one week for 60 students from three states. They completed their course with a Thursday evenirg get- together to take part in six Ward activities. Fowler Methost church, new to the ward potty plan, .had their first party Tuesday evening. AT THE CHURCHES The Junior Missionettes lar- ticipated in a morning service at the Assembly of God church for the prom, orion of three of the group to the senior group. These were Debra .Masterson, Skirley Moore arid Cirdy Is- round. The sponsor, Mrs. Marie Larson, ,spoke briefly about the oranization, its purpose and operation. Slmsors f the Sen- ior Missionettes is Elinor Moore and Jessie Clark. The Community church early mornisg Sunday services held at 8:30 with Sunday ,school following, have been well attended and will continue through the summer. McCONNELL GIRL HURT IN MISHAP Sarah Lee cConnell, daugh- ter of Dr. and Mrs. Graham McConell .of Estern was ser- iously injured one day last week in an auto accident, which ,also hospitalized her brother, Jim. She is in Sacred Heart ttospital. ATTEND RECITAL Taking part in ,a recital at the home of their piano teach- er, Mrs. Mary Anderson, were Patty Sloan and Candy Clark. Guests were Mr. ,and Mrs. Ern- est Sloan, Mrs. Jessie Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hillbrick, all from MeScal Lake. LOCAL TEAMS WINNERS The Lakers:, a softball team in the Spokane county A league coached by C%arles Bil- lups, has won two of their games with Cheney team,s the last week with two more games ths week to be played. The Falcons, 32 arid 13 year olds, have won three ,and ost one game. The Hawks, for 14 and 35 year olds, lost both their games and the league for 16-18 year eds is being organized and coached by Mr. Smithpeters. BRIDAL SHOWER HELD AT KYLE HOME Mrs. Georgina Kyle was hes- tess to a bd,al stmwer in *honor of Nol,a McMaster on Wednes- day evening at her ,home with Zetraa Heyer as co-hsess. Twenty-two attended. Miss Me- ,aster was married on Satur- day to Dennis: Bergman in the Zion Lutheran church in Spo- kane. Medical Lake  1955 Miss Dnna ,Malene DeTmy daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Denny of Medical Lake, and Donald D. Broadsword, so of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin J. Blnad- sword of Pr'meviHe, Ore., ex- chartged vows June 25. The ceremony was perfromed by Dr. G. C. Swain at the First Presbyterian church in SPO- kn,e. Matron of ormr was Mrs. Milton Kukuk. sister of the twlde; bridesnaids, Miss Shir. ley Broadsword, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Ann Rut- ter; best man, Glen Broad- sword, brother of the oom. A reception was held at the Four Lakes grange hall. Ela grange is justifiab. ly lnXmd ,of its Juvenile Grange which won first ,place in the state for 1-aviv the largest munber of project envies o display .at the state grange ses- sion. Blue ribbon wmnem were Li'm:la Weitman, David Hodg- son, Terry Musser, Sard,ra Reit- meter and Shirley Hedgson. Emma Jerue, L]jlie Hamlet, an Craw2ord of (eney and Bessie Humphrey of Reardan, dove to Bellinham June 18 to attend te Rebekah assem- bly. They were saddened by the absence of Elh S?wart and Savor Bhnclmrd, xvlm 'has sed avay during the year. LiRie Haralet took the assem- bly degree. Mrs. Marcus Hines and Maude Pilard attended the grand ,session of Eastern Star in Tacoma 'hst weekend. They were accompanied by Mr. Hines and sor Jerry arid by Mr. Pillard. Ms. VAnes was a grand page or the wohy pat- ran and Mrs. PilMrd represent- exi Loyal chapter in place of the worthy maron Mrs. Mild- red Ohdtwood who Was trouble to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Al, bert W' 'dlms, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mu,ins and daughters and M2s. Amie Pocker were picnic dinner guests at the Richard Manke home Sunday. Weekend guests at the Harry Krell home were her brother Wait Lag of Yakna and her sister from Seattle. On Satur- day r. Krel, Mr.  and Bryan Slmaf fished at WaRts lake, reporting fair luck. Larry Kvenzin, a gartdso of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. CAinkin- beard, arrived by plane from Palo Alto, a., to spend his vacation with his grandparents. Medical Lake  1945 Funeral services for Mrs. Retta Freeman were 'held June 25 at Motd Wash. She lived at Medical LAke 45 years ago. William Lemley, one of the pall bearers, also was a resi- dent here 50 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harris drove to Rockford Monlday to visi friends and to attend the instaation of ofcers of the ons clu, b of which Mr. Har- ris was a charter member. Mrs. Harris was on the instalatior program. Mrs. Fran" Llewelyn and children we,re weekmd guests a the home .of Mr. and Mrs Roy Duty. Mr. Duty and Mr Llewellyn wont on a fishing trip. Funeral services for Ada M. Shawgo were ,held Tuesday, June 26, from the Jerue fun- eval home and interment was at St. John. Mr. and Mrs. loy Butts were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Butts' brother, J.B. White. Mr. and Mrs. Glen G"ffimere, Mrs. May Bowman erd Mrs. la Hedrickson loft Satur- day for Hot Spring, Mot. Mrs. GiImore returned home but the others remained for two week. Mr. and M. Jhn Shook of Buckley are spending thedr two weeks vacation at e hne of Mr. ,and Mrs. Arley Heyer. Bil- ly Reynolds, formerly of Meal. ical Lake, accmtnmied them and is spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. John Teh. Present at the PNG club meetinq June 26 at the .home o Mrs. Edith Wilkes were Mes@aznes Reasor, Wood. Dear- rg, A. Ghsgow, Waters Mes- singer, Grtber, Harw and Miss Ruth Gl,asgow. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wilson of Cheney were S ,uday eve- ning guests at the Jack Holt home. Mr. arid Mrs. John Handy of Post Falls were weekend guests at the John . Henning home. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil lorgan and family of Mananar, Calif., ,arrived Friday to spend a week at the W. D. Wynia home. Mrs. Becker of Vancouver and Mrs. Gage Broos*on are visiting at the Minnie Gate- wood home. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Jim Anderson were Sunday dimmr guests of the John Larsons. Bill Stimson is sperding the summer in Oregon City work- ing with ls brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Grub of l Salem, Ore., spent the week- end at the Carl Grub home. Donald Craig and son Bruce spent several days last week visiting with the Fred Grubs:. Mr. arid Mrs. John Scheeler of Lind were Sunday dinner guests. The Earl Swansons joined the Jack Swanson of Sokane for a weekend at Bead lake with Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Gal- lenger. Spec. 4 ary Toake and Mrs. Tooke arrived Sunday evening for three weeks with the Alton Tookes before going to Viet Nam. Mr. and Mrs. Chude Garner and Mr. and Mrs. George Pal- mer returned on Saturday eve- ning from Yakima where they attended the World War I Bar- ricks convention for district 9. Mrs. Palmer releived a gift for the most legible and compact legislative report entered in District competition. The Pal- mers l'eft this week for a few weeks at Hot Springs, Mont. The Fred Johnson family were hosts at a birthday dinner honoring six year old Lois Gibson of Gheney on Sunday. Present were the Les Gibson family and Don Hardeabrook Mrs. Ethel Staple,s, Mrs. Nel- lie Robinson Jeanette Chalk and Barbara Surby spent the weekerd camNng and visiting at Coulee Dam. The Don Stap- les family of Milart visited on Monday. Fishing at Sheep creek over the weekend were Fritz G- breth, Don Winans, Oscar Reit- meier, Doe IArmmon Merle Bacon and Woody Sullivan. Sunday dirmer gues at the Clarence Dobbins bOmB were Mr. ,and Mrs. Gaff Davis and family of Prosser .and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Davis of Opportun- ity. Ward Kaplan is in the Dea- coness hospital for a few days. Mr. an,d Mrs. Ivan , Imh'f were called to Lewiston this week due to-illness in the faro- fly. Having lunch with Rev. and Mrs. Billups and sons on Wed- nesday were Mrs. Geerge Slind i of Spokane and her house guests, Mrs. Claude Monteett ,of Missoula and Mrs. Ch,uc Brna and Steven of Orlando, Fla. Having Sunday dinner with Bilge Sullivan were Berneal Gil'breth, Georgine Kyle and Edna Reitmeier. Mrs. Ruby Massong and chil- dren of Yakima visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Massong. The Art Gimmerigs visited at Edwall on Sunday with George Logan. The Ben Browns: left Satur- day for their home at Camp- belt, Calif. David, Paul and Be- nita remained to spend a month with their grandmoth- ers and ,other relatives. The Browns have been here for a few weeks visiting with the E. L. Fullers and Mrs. Ellen Brown. The Jolm Lbish family were Sunday dirmer guets of the Jerry Lablshes in Medical Lake. Mrs. John Ball is spending several dys visiting in the Walla Wala area. Wednesday eveng v'itors at the Claude Beatties were Mx.. ,artd Mrs. A1 Wfllms and their visitors, the Hary Whites of Yuma, Ariz. On Thursday the Beatties fished Cha1nan Iake with the HereBy Butts. Dr. nd Mrs. Clande Nichols of Cheney were Monday din- her guestse of the Clark Coles- es. Vising this week at the John South home is her moth- er, Mrs. Pearl Oglesby of Dodge City, Kan. She had just received word this week of the floodirtg af her hne in the Kamsas river ovea'flowing. The Lloyd Knapps ccom- pained Mr. and Mrs. Steve Maslml. I 'and Nan Mar,all to Canada to camp out in tlm Koe- tenai valley area. Monday dim ner guests of the Knapps were Mr. and Mrs. (krover Cannon of Davenpert. A MISJUDGMENT The oM fellow to happy (miserable) wife: 'Remerber nrw, you took me or better or for worse." "Yes, I krmw," she replied "but you're so much worse than I TOOK you for." A henpecked husband was terribly d,iappointed when his wife gave birth to a baby daughter. He confided in a: friend: "I was sorta lmping for a boy.., to help me with the hotsework, y'krmw." Espanola News By Katherine Holfoway GRANGE PICKS BEAUTY ENTRY Espanoh Grange on Friday evening .had 18 members pres- ent. Master Claude Garner was absent and Waiter Rosenau took ,his chair. It was decided to have a booth at the Inter- state Fair, the picn,ic was dis- cussed and a candidate was picked to repreesnt Espanola at the Fairest of the Fair con- High School Class of 19!0 Held its Regular bye Year Reunion m Spokane test. She is Linda Von Lebe, 16-year old daughter of the Earl Von Lehes, Espanola far- mers. After the July 9 meeting, the grange will recess until uon, and Mr. arid Mrs. Rob- Sept. 10. Milton Kukuk was not [ ert Brown. Robert was appoint- present to collect so the jack-led chairman for the 1970 re- pot will tea.oh seven doll,ors by I union. next meetirtg. A program on] Others attending were Mr. safey was given. The Gus]and Mrs. George Dwyer (Della Pehrsons and the Don Jenserts [McCall)of Pasco, Kenneth Dyer will serve at the next meeting. [ of Coeur d Alene, John Llewel- [lyn of Moscow, Howard Pryor RECITA '.vm [of Brewster and Dr. Abraham "'- -',''-:." ...... IVandermeer, dean at the Uni- renny ann ma ay n,o.uO-iversity of Pennsyhania. way were presented m a recital J Ma, Corn-lie Book on Saturday at the home o their teacher, Mrs. Mary. An- Dr. Vandermeer offered to derson, near Clheney. Piano, compile a book listin the 50 accordion and guitar numbers were on the program. Attend- ing were Iatherine HoBoway, Laurel Hepton and Do,na Har- ris of Tyler. COGSWELLS HOME When Elsie Cogswell and daughter Janiee spent 10 days in St. Paul and Wisconsin re- cently, they visited with 55 of their relatives. They returned home on Saturday. OLD FRIENDS VISIT MRS. CARL JOHNSON Mrs. Carl Johnson enjoyed a visit with old friencs on Fri- day at her home. Amon'g the guests were Myrtle Ableman of Tyler, Merle Plotts, Florence Sehultz, Laura Robins, Mar- tha Anderson, Annie Heming, Grace Hall, all of Wa,u:kon, and Lena Sobek, Hulda Stanglund and Ruth Scholoek of Edwall. I A daughter, Mildred Thorpe, land Shelley of Spokane spet several days visiting ,lust week and returned bome Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oas of- Spokane were Sunday dinner guests of the Loren Von Lehes. Wednesday visitors at the Bill McGourin home were the Don Hiltons and Cindy of Spo- kane. Cindy remained for a visit. They accompanied Doris Anderson ,and Lavina Swanson to the home of Gl:adys Pietz for a visit. On Thursday Mrs. McGourin and Cindy visited in Spokane with Mrs. Emil Kon- rad and on Saturday evening with Mrs. Riclard Manke. George Mann was a Sunday morning visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Konrad, Terry and Carol were afternoon visitors. Terry remained for a visit with the McGourins. Visiting with the Frank Sel- fridges on Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ensor of the Rocklyn area and Roberta auer and children of Tyler: Tuesday evening guest's were Mr. ,and Mrs. Bob Rogers. Sat- urday everfing vis'iters were Mrs. Leo Selfridge, Laura and Rick of Warden. On Stmday evening they visited with the Bob Rodgers near Cheney. The A1 Willmses visited on Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Solverson in the Spokane valley. Sunday guests at the Willmses were Mr..and Mrs. Harry White ivcho are visiting for awhile in i Harrrgton from their home in Calfforaia. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hodg- ,son and Shirley visited on Thursday at the E. C. Hodgson home in Veradale. Wedneeday visitors at the H, odgson were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bickeon of Airway Heights. Cordon and Keith Hodgson celebrated their 'birthdays on Wednesday evening with guests being Mac and Roberta Sather, Roy Ros- enau, Gimny Stremair and C:harlie Knotts. Mr. and Mrs. Raymtmd Pott- ratz, Ire,Re ,and Jeff of Poet- land ave spending a few days with the Pehrson family at Es- panh. Rick Pottratz also ac- companied them. Dr. d Mrs. Eugene Wybor- ney drove to the coast last weekend to return Joe to selmol at Kent and to go an to Seattle where Dr. Wyberney k,ept a spea,kig enggeanent. rs. Wyborney visited in Seat- tle wit M, rs. Blakegly. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth John- son, Doug and Judy of Spo- kane were Sunday visitors at the Carl Jolnsons. Cheney high school class of 1930 held its regular five year class reunion last Saturday night begirming with a buffe supper at the Coeur d'Alene hotel. Going from Cheney were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hansen (Ro- selh Hubbell) and Mrs. Rich- ard Ash (Violet Thompson). Among those from Spokane were Mr..and Mrs. oyal Hol- man (France:s Albaugh), who had charge of this year's re- graduates ,and devoting a full page to each person. Also present were Ray Cox and Robert Nelson, class of 1929 of Spokane. Nelson re- turned to Spokane i,n June Mter spending several years in California as a professional musician. Clarence (Bill) Reu- ter represented the class of 1931. Two teachers, Mrs. Martin Halter (Violet Flannigan) of Pullman, and George Farmer of Seattle, were present. A other teacher, J. W. Hedge, sent word that he could not ttend because of illness and that this was the first reunion When passing ,a pedestrian in the street, motorists smld slow down qnd give lm room. If the edestrian is crowded by a ca:, he can asily become corffused and step into the path of ,an ,approaching vehicle. Smart drivers will watch traffic as far up the road as possible, in addRion to the car ahead. Spotting hazards at a distance "gives more time to sk or steer clear of an acci- dent. Four Lakes t By Mrs. Sidney Larson SILVER ANNIVERSARY IS HONORED Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jenicke were hormred by their chitd- ren, Mrs. Barbara Moran and Sandy and Irald, last Sunday. The affair was their silver an- niversary. In the cake two g'od luck quarters were hid- den. Two musical numbers were enjoyed, one instrumen- tal and "Always" sung by Mrs. Moran, Lester Stenzel and Shir- ley McWold. Guests were Mrs. H. Helm and Reita Stanton, Messrs. and Mesdames Harold Moore, Mar- ion Lacky, Dale Wendt, Lester Stenzel and Bill Moore, Shir- ley McWold, Charlene Hut- chison, arid from Va]jey, Mr. and Mrs. Wfllard Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beck and Care-. line Bennett..  [ SURPRISE SHOWER I Last Tuesday rfight a sur-[ prose wedding shower was giv- en by workers at Eastern I State Hospital for Mik( Vaughn, who will be married [in August. The party was held [ at the home ,of Mike s parents the Richard Vaughns. [HUB CLUB M-TS NEXT IN AUGUST Hub club met Thursday, June 24 at the towrm'hip hall. RNC elu'b members, Mrs. How- ard Buck, Mrs. Harold Barrett, Mrs. L. Ann Reitz and Mrs. Kate Anderson were visitors. Mrs. Anderson won the door prize. Members attending were Mrs. Bernard Kline, Mrs. Bruce Oliver, Mrs. Nick Haidey, M[rs. Cody Standerfer, Mrs. Law- fence Schmitt, Mrs. Lloyd Lov- ell, Mrs. Anna Erfurth, Mrs. Glen Calysin and Mrs. Leon Barrick. Mrs. Barrick was lmstess, serving a frozen dessert. Mrs. Calyson, brought a beauf, ully decorated cake as several of the women had birthdays. A Hub club family picnic is to be held in July. Some of the members made tissue pa- per roses. Next meeting be in August. BIRTHDAY DINNER Sundy, June 27, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox hosted a birth- day dinner at Silver lake for their son David. Guests were the Bert Spears, Rev. Ademon nd family, the Ted Radons, Mary Wilcox and Karen At- kins. FAMILY REUNION AT GRANGE HALL Mrs. George Stroup and fam- ily held a family reunion at the Pour Lakes grange hall Surday. Sons and daughters and a brother and four sisters and their families were there. They ,came from Cornia, Oregon. and Idaho. There were 89 attending. DEATH POSTPONES GRANGE MEETING The regular meeting of Four Lages grange was cancelled last week due to the death of Saran Lundby, a charter mem- ber ,of the grange and a past master. The grange will meet this Friday, July 2, and the charter will be draped. Mrs. Russell lace and Len. he had nissed. Absentees Send Letters Letters were read from many members who could n, ot come. A copy of the 1930 "Pine Cone" annual and several of the 1930 Blackhawk (high school paper) were brought by class members. Of this el,ass of 50 only two are deceased, Norman Moore O By SHOWER DOROTHY Miss honored at June 25 ,at tian church. furnished by es been len. Miss two sol'as, sented a holder and Louis Sehadegg, and three[Mrs. Hank whose addresses are unknown. I Those a; Contest Recalled gift table, One of the amusing inci-!Gon n,d ] dents recalled was an item in Her seven the Blackhawk stating Ros- carry gifts. elh Hubbel and Violet Thump- t Those son were chosen to represent iwere Lana CHS in the county shorthand I Green, Di competittion. Rosell, a Hansen Smith and explained this furthers!he did not go. In the final test given by Miss Flannigan. Roy Hun- sen, also a commercial student, scored much higher than Ro- sella so Roy and Violet went to the county meeting and Roy brought home the cup, winning first place for Cheney high school. Dr. Walter Powers Talk Slated July 8 Dr. Walter L. Powers, pro- fessor ,of education and psy- chology at Eastern Washington State College will explain the "Development of Counselor Education at EWSC" in a talk i Thursday, July 8, at EWSC. HIS talk will be at a n'oon luncheon meeting of the EWSC Delta Psi chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, international frater- nity for men in education, at Tawa, nlka Commons. BEVERLY RE OBSERVES Miss ored at her day birthday. Martha Claude Mrs. Mr. and uk are atives in He is on stationed at return there over at the NEWS IN Mr. and che evening at Mr. an,d ,a,nd daughtar Buck Sprirg Mrs. Ben turned from where she last Mrs. Ollie taken to tl home in ,able to stay any longer. The club city park ning. Mr. and Shelf:on Smith to summer Vern Smith. ited with eral days home. There will ner at the July 7 ,at 6 gle patrons. 4-H NEWS Miss Jr the 4-H PuRman June 14. Last the 4-H igold for contest. In Gayle version, Sharon Crabtree boils artd ribbon. In Fiaig and ceived red The having ,a roast and July 33. a. m. for the wether mirg paxY ard and Sara Kay, Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred Peterson and family went to Kennewick Saturday. Shei- la Peterson is spending 10 days with her aunt Mrs. Lige Thompson. Sara Kay is spend- ing this week with the Fred Petersons. Mrs. Ora Counts from Spo- kane, visited with Mrs. Gret- chen Moser last week for three days. The June meeting of grange ! auxiliary met with Gretchen Mr. and hfoser. Marca Mace wo the tended the door prize. Next meeting wilt of be with Mrs. Robert Scott. Tacoma hst Ray Dirks was home f.om turned Metaline Falls for the weekend. Janet Hartford and Leigh Ann Larson were among the guests ,at Cindy Larson's birth- day party Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Larson called ,on Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ball Monday n,ight. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Larson entertained with a birthday dinner Sunday for their son Gerald and granddaughter Cin- dy Louise. Gary Hartford entertained friends with a bowling party Saturday in, honor of his 12th birthday. Guests were Steve Susan and and Del Spear, Skipper Earls-Point and court and Gerald Larson, Jr. Len,ard Mace was a visitor at the home of his aunL Mrs. Mildred Nikeson, in Spokane Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Boots Earls- court and family visited the Marion Hill family in Spokane Sunday and all attended the stock ear races. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Ableman from Cheney spent Friday eve- nirg visiting the Del Stander- fers. Mrs. Anna Erfurth spent Sunday with her son Harold and 'family. Harold is much improved. Johnny Erfurth left last Thursday by plane for Anehr- age, Alaska, to work for Uni- tex Corp. He wi]j re turr in time ,for college this fall. Mr. ,and Mrs. C. L. Crooks had the new Monday that his brother-in.law in Kirtle, Me., had passed away. Mrs. Roger Lenz and sons Timmy ,and Tommy trim Ala- , meda, Calif., visited Tuesday evemng with her uncle and i.ly, fhe Jack Hal'ords oaclte Lynn Hartford accoxn- panied ,Mrs. Lenz back to Cal- ifornia Monday, June 28. Mrs. Richard Vaughn and Mrs. Robert Ray and Robby called on Mrs. Russell Mace Friday evening. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ray and ,Mr..and Robby left Monday for Aba- and ma after a four week visit here visited with Mrs. Ray's aarents ,h, Ri - - ,-- , .... Ms. Sara Cnara Vaughns. The Rays :Mr. and pl,an to make their home in stopped Alabama.  Mrs. David Lovell from Marshall returning spent Thursday with Swra Kay ,Mrs. Mace helping celebrate her Sprague, 1 lth bihday. Pour Lake&: Mrs. Rssell Mace and Len- ard and Sara Kay coiled on Mr. Last and Mrs. Richard Vaughn cox, Mike Thursday evening. Jones, Mrs. Sara Petersen of Med- League ical Lake and Mrs. MeBraun the boys from Tacoma called at the vs. San Mace home Friday morning. Mr. ,and Mrs. Orville Phil- Rain can lipson and Mrs. Edith Hamil- risky than ton, mother of Mrs. Phillips on that occur spent the weekend in Seattle. parent to Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. hazards Phillipson ,and Ela:ine and Ken- dated visil ny visited in Metne Falls are not with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bu'sard dangerous. Mrs. Gordo Mrs. Jim Robin, ,and Mrs. Dick Rick and The ited wtih Mrs. Verl Mr. and Miss with her Mill and h I and Mrs. days last