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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 3, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway SCHOOL REPLACES 2 BUSSES Two new Ford school busses have been delivered to the Medical Lake schools---one a 58 passenger and the oher a 67. The busses were picked up m Richmoud, Ind., by Mr. Schirm arm .Mr. and Mrs. Wes Huff. The Hu,ffs visited in Leb- olmn, Ill., with Lt. 0ol. Wes- ,ly E. Huff and in Iowa with Ma. Anna Huff and other ,rel- atives. They were gone two weeks. FALCONS PLACE THIRD The Little League Ftlcoam have placed third so far in the Fairchild I.ague. They have won three arm lost three games. On Tuesday they won mer the Sabers 6-5 arid Thurs- day they lost to the Hawks by the same score. Wayne Hodg- son continues to be the leading pdtoher with two wirts and one loss. Top hitter  Ron Von Lehe with Wayne tutoring sec- ond and Bilhe Bamnan third. JOHN BREWER HURT Jim Hilbrick threw a no- hitter in the firSt grame of the doubleheader with the Cres- ton-Wilbur team at Creston Sunday. The Gi, ans, coached by Dermis Click, won the first ga, me 6-0, but lost John Brow- er when he yeas hit in the face by a ball. He had 1O stitches taken ,to close the wound. They lost their seeortd game 5-3. Al, an Gi:lreth and John Brew- el" each hit home rurs ,and Gary Glasgow hit three triples. They will meet at Medical Lake July 11. PICNIC WEDNESDAY Ladies aid of the Community church is sponsoring a potluck picmc for members of the church ,and the evening circle at the city park at 6:30 Wed- nesday. PICNIC WELL ATTENDED Mr,. and Mrs. Roy Keene we mong 81 persons present at ,the Bartlm  .lmnew 3aly pic- nic at Reardan Sunday. All of the original members who started the picnics 10 years ago were present. MUSETTA FAIT IN HOSPITAL Musetha Fait suffered a heart attack and pneumonia, spendin, g a week in St. Luke&apos;s Hospital On Sunday she had a visit from Mrs. Roy Tomlin- son of WaUa Walla, a Student of Mrs. Fait 45 years ago. HILBERT HOME Pfc Barry Hffbert s home on a 30-day ,leave from the Army missile base school in Hunts- rills, Ala. Barry is a 1962 ffrad- uate of Medical Lake Iigh Sclool. He is visiting with Ma- jor and Mrs. Faye Hilbert on Silver Lake. PERSONAL MENTIONS Lt. Henry Wyborney, home or, ,a month leave from the Air l;orce in Kansas, and Mrs. Wy- borney are spendirg their time between her family in La- Crosse and with the Wybor- neys here at Lakeland hous- irg. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Wy- borney aft Tlmrsday to:return oe to ,school at Kern nd to conthaue to Rainier. Mrs. Julette Mermfl4iod is stir in Sacred Heart hospital afterbavig surgery several weeks ,ago. She would ,like o hear from her friends. Mrs. Monte Moore has gone to Prahie City, Ore. due to the illaae of her mother. Emma Manning, district reo-- resentcative, .has attended ttie Rebeiva sessiors in Spokane the past week. Others ttend- ing were Daisy Lewis, elite Heaming mid Virgie Carl, who was Inside Guardian. The Wfl, Um Carls drove to Post Fatls Stmy to visit wi the Brnest Acres family, Bv- gild Acres and thei guests, the Floyd Acres, of Ptwtlml. 2he AI Deato lave ce- tuvn from a two weeks trip to OrIm, Neb. Mrs, Ida Luster of Spokane sper three days with the Har- ry Gramps last week. On Tues. day the Grmps, the Bill Bar- tlmlamews aad the Jim Tay- oss celebrated Jim's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Grub of Salem, Ore., vited the Grub home oer the weekend. Spendi ,last week wth the Cnce Dobbins were the C, syle Davises of Prosser ad Rev. ad Mrs. W,lliam May aml family of Cheffmlis. The Debbins spent the weekend at Frfield with the Gerald Dob- bis fazniy. Mrs. Lilly Snode drove to En- fiat Saturday to atend tim wed. ding of Dan Mrd and Jaekie Smart. Mrs. Saode serv- ed cake at the garden wedding. She drove on to Chelan to visit with the D. E. Griffith family. , Sherrie, Craig and Doughs Etw't of Sunnyvale, Calif., are spending a month with the Merle Bacons. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hillbrick are home Mter a two week trip to Fort Worth, Texas, to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lewellyn Hill- brick, Marsha Belfills and Ste- yen drove to Sun Lakes park Sunday to attend the Camp- bell family picnic. W. M. Jolley of Coulee City returned with the Hillbrieks to Medical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner drove to Moses Lake Saturday to .attend the wedding f their granddaughter, Terri Lynn Ladwig, to Bill Oliver. Visiting wih Ruth Glasgow last week were Mrs. Pollyamae Cameron nd sons of San Jose, Calif. Orie scan, Mike, went on to the Coast to spend the sum- mex as a camp courselor at Bar 41 camp w,lile Steven took his mother on to Yellowstone Park. Mrs. Dave Lunder accompan- ied Mrs. Myrtle Oampbetl and son BilJ on a drive that took them irate Canada Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brent and children of Ray were weekend visicers at the home of Mrs. Jo Harding. On Monday they left for a tour of C0.'ada be- fore returning home. The John Labihes enjoyed a visit Sunday evening from Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burkhardt and family of Astoria, Ore. They were in Cheney to at- tend the reunion of the class of 1944. A family picnic was held in their tmnor on Stmday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Har- vey Rwpp. Attendirg the clas reunion dimmr of the class of 1937. held .at the Occur d'Alene ho- tel Saturday eve ,n,i'ng, were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Eb.rgott and Kath- erine Holloway. C. E. Jolley is home again from the tmspial but will re- enter in a few weeks. Gary Tyree of Spokane spent sev- eral days with Mrs. Jolley while Mr. Jolley vas awy. Sunday v'tors were Mr. rtd Mrs. I. E. Rhoades of M'flwoocl, Mr. Willis Jolley of Coulee City arid Mr. ,and Mrs. D. F. Jolley of Hartline. Bruce Plein, whe has been attendin San Diego State Ufii- verslty, is home for the sum- mer with the Alvin Pledns. Guests this past week at the Larry Morse home were Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Morse of Taco- nm. They left on Mariday. Attending the wedding in Seattle this weekend of David Wilson and Kay Johrtson were Mr. arid Mrs. lrvin Schubert, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. ArroM and Mrs. Mabel Burs. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardman of Seattle and their son, Rob- ert, of North Carolina, spent a few days with the IrVm lm- hoffs. They spent one day fishing .a'c Downs Lake with very good luck. East Cheney By Anna Phillips BROWNS VISIT OVERNIGHT Mr. ,and Mrs. C. W. Brow were last Friday overmght guests of F. W. Brown, ,his brother, and Mrs. Brown at Kennewick. HARRINGTONS JOURNEY Mr. ,and Mrs. Vern Harring- ton spent last Monday with Mr. arid Mrs. Tray Mayfield and family of Spokane. PERSONAL' MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stark and Herman Stark of Spokane visited Mrs. Anna Phlips last Wedrmsda,y aftarnoon. C. E. M of V,alleyford was a la,st Monday visitor of his pandits, Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup. Joyc and J'nmi'e Labish re- tmlned ome Saturday after spending several days wth l{r. and Mrs. I)avkl Thiessen nd baby ,at IGa Fail& Mr. and Mrs. Doug Ie, Shizlgy, Jack and Commie at- tended a picnic at Williams lake  Sundy. Jm2] Phil- lips accompened them. All visited Mr. al M. Chester Prdmps in the . so, to- ny Plffiips returned lmte with the Kite fmnbly to help hay a few (lays. Mrs. Va McNearamy of Fort Rueker, Ah., ts visitiatg tim Garnett . Friday dirmev guests of the Boots amily were Mr. and Mrs. Gene , Barbara and Bruce of Omak. Other week- end guests were Mr.  Ma's. John B#-b, Mrs. Veto M Bvo, Mrs. Mary Hood, Sal- ern, Ore., and Mrs. 'It. G. Boots. * FROM IHE P00SI Medical Lake -- 1934 Several Medical Lake per- sons 'attended the wedding of John Fishback and MAss Ellen Bennett at Cheney Thursday. Atending were his mother, Mrs. Fishbaek, Mrs. C. M. Je- rue, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jerue, Bessie Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. James Gruber, Mrs. Effie Scho- lar, Mrs. Louise Devenish, Jack Devenish, and Steve Devenish. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Vaughn have purchased the W. A. ng ,home. One of the largest crowds of the seas'on spent the day at Stanley park Su.nday. Mrs. Earl Raft entertained at a picnic at Stanley park for Mr. d Mrs. Ernest Ahlf and family, Mrs. Effie Scholer, Mrs. May Messinger and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilkes. 1944 The Young Ad, ut group en- tcrtained with ,a farewell par- ty for Rev. and Mrs. Don Bald- win and family at the F. L. An- derson home. Prese,rt were Mr. and Mrs. Doug Wynta, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brett, Mr. and Mrs. George Delaharre, Mr. and Mrs. HaroM Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay, Mrs. Walter Melcher, Mrs. Conners and Gordon, Louise Gregory and Mrs. Anna Joton. Mrs. William Lindsay was honored on her 84th birthday with a party and handkerchief. Present were the Mmes. Bald- win, Glasgow, Heyer, John- ston, McKinney, Moore, Rice, Thiemens, Watson, Bartelt, Iterrick, Fothergill, Dixon, Meyers, Holt and Altar. Mrs. Maude Pillard, Mrs. Ka'ie Wynia and Mrs. EIma Tesch ,attended grand chapter or' OES at Wentchee. Mrs. Ladd Hursky 'has ac- cepted a position at the State Custodial school. 1954 Miss Rita Elaine Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ev- erett L. l]er, became the bride of William Edward Whit- met, son of ls. Margaret Whimer, Sunday. Miss Laura Ilene Pedig, daughter of Ralph Pedilo and Mrs. Doris Bailey of Portland, and Harold Toohey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Toohey of Cheney, were united in mar- riage Saturday evening. Mi'ss Lynda Fuller is spend- ing the summer with her sis- ter, Mrs. Ben (Gloria) Ba, own, at Los Argels. Marie Larson, Mrs. Fred Per- in ,and Carl Grtrb are rtev em- ployees at Lakeland Village. Mrs. Anna Sanson is visit- ing her brother nd family at Kenmere, N. D. Espanola News By Katherine Hol[oway GRANGE HEARS REPORTS Espanola grange met Friday evenirg to hear the Oscar Reit- meiers report on the state grange couventien,. A film, "Amber Waves of rain," by the Washirigton Association of Wheat Growers, vas shown. Christie and Cheryl Blake, granddaughters of the Chris Schiewes, sang. David Eccles' name was drawn but he was not present to collect the money. The grange picnic will be held on July 26 at Comstock Park at 1 p. m. Supper was served by the ErMe Moriartys and the Frank Selfridges. The net meeting, on July 10, be the last meeting until fall. LEHNS HOLD REUNION Forty-two members of the Ben Lehn family met Sunday at the Howard Williams home. Present from Cerokee, Iowa, were Rev. and Mrs. Bob Letm and family, who are spending their vacati, ou with Ben Letm in Spokane. Others from Spo- kane were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. Bll Bahme, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lehn, Mrs. Art Welch, Mrs. Ohf  and Mr. aml Mrs. Don Ihn nd ",clfitdren. Rev. and Mrs. Howard LGm and Jcmaifer of Omkesdale mad the Dick  Bert Lehn families oq Farmington also were les- cart. Ruth Ledm and family of this area attended. HOME FROM HOSPITAL Mrs. e Pehvson is hvme from he 'hosptM and back to her duties in the Post Office. The P ,elLrson's guests, h'e My- ron 0reeds, ,have gone to their home after speriding some time hea-e. The Pe,hrsoaas re- ceived word of a baby girl be- ing born on June 12 to their soot and 'I wife, the Robert Phersons, in Salt Lake City. She vas named Robyn Chris. tine. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Stanley Swamsons of Waukon and the Loren Yon Lehes drove to Deer Lake to Spend Sunday. V',miting on Tuesday wth Mabel Sh'oaf ,,and Sada ttigh. fill were Victor Headle, June Copehnd arid children and Fay Goldsmith, all of Spokane. The Ernie Morlartys return- ed hst Tuesday a/ter spend- ing the weekertd with the Dick Moriartys t Sehh, observing the birthday of Mrs. Adie Tay- lor. They .also spent several days at Moses Lake with Jack Pen, ha, llurick. Saturday visit- ors at the Moriartys were Mrs. John Maurere and Bemelle. On Sunday he Mori'artys lunched with the Don McCandless fam- ily. Picnicking wihh the Earl Von Lehes at their home on Sun- day were the John Higgins of Clear Lake, the Lloyd Strattons and Terri Musser. She also was an overnight guest of Lh,.da. The Jbn Lessers of Moses Lake were weekend guests of the Gary Webleys. On Satur- day the WeMeys attended the wdding in Spokane of Sharon Jud .arid Gerry Bel, lingh.ousen. Lula Tilson also attended. Mr. ,and Mrs. A. R. Simans o Tonasket were Monday over- night visitors at the home of Mirmie and Dave Peterxon. The Mel Arnolds pent Thursday fishing at Col:fax at Coffee Pot lake with Mrs. Anna Murray ,and Steven Murray. The Claude Beatties return- ed Monday from a weekend at the A1 Jansseaa 1tome at Oka,n- ogan. Their guests this past week have bee the Fred Popes of Woodland, Calif. On Saturday the Herb Giselbergs were guests for Joan ,and Tom- roy's birthdays. The Richard ankes spent Sunday in Pasco with the Dick Mankes. The Fred Jahnsns ad Jim Johnson drove to Moses Lake last week to bring home the children of Jim Johnson to spend the summer. They visit- ed at Sprague with the Cecil Garners. Priday visitors of tlae Johnsons were Kenneth Peterson and Darleate Craw- ford arid baby of Spolane. Vis- iling with Grace Perry we,re Mrs. Mary Loomis and Her- man Slizer of Spokane. On Sunday the Johrrsons visited with the Bill Ktthns. Mrs. Carl Johnson elebmt- ed 'her birthday Thursday with old frienGs visiting. From the Waukon area, guests were Mrs. Grace Hall, Mrs. Martha Andero'n, Mrs. Atom Herming, Mrs. Florence Sehutz, Mrs. /vIerte Plotts and Mrs. Myrtle Ableman from Tyler. Mrs. Sab ly Willms and girls,abo visited. Evenirig visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jhnrson and family of Spokane. Visiting with the Gordon Hodgson family on Thursday were the E. C. Hodgsons of Veradale and Mrs. Doris Hodg- son of Spokane. Evelyn Willms visited on Sunday with An'nie and Clear- lie Plocker near Spokane. Thursday evening visitors at t.lae Bill McGourin home ere,, Mr. arid Mrs. Don Hilton and Cindy of Spokane arid Mr. and Mrs. Dick Irish and children. On Sunday the McGourins and the Don Lamberts drove to Ritzvitle. Gary and George ann of Sokane drove to St. legis, Mont. On Saturday eveni, ng Aman- da Alberts and Rmazil Mchain attended the annual weiner supper of the Sons a,nd Daugh- ters of Washirgton Pioneers at the home of Edith Magart in Spokane. Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts CALIFORNIANS VISIT LL. Ron Rohins and wife entertaired Capt. Mike Brown and his wife of Monterey, Calif., Friday to Sunday of last week. PETERSONS ENTERTAIN Sunday guests .at the Gilbert Peterson home were Mrs. Fred McDowell :of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Paul of Cheney and the Chester Petersou of Ed- wall. Mrs. Peterso is slowly re- covering from a very painful injury sustained as week when she slipped and fe. PERSONAL MENTIONS Art Jackson and fany and Mr. :and Mrs. Herman Knack of Tacoma and the Frances Watson family of Sumner spertt a few days with the Le- R)y Jackson family last week. Vernon Jackson is in Spo- kane this week visiting his cousin, David Reter. Mrs. Ed Betz Jr. called on [ BANK NCTE$ by] ,/4 WERE USED IN ITALY =MIND YOUR BUGIMES";",,PP F<EO ON ONE G(DE OF THE F!Kf;T COltJ IG6UED BY THK U.S. &OVERN',.ENT - 7HE FRANKLIN CHT OF i77. ON 'THE OTHFP. 'F[ WAG FHF A'OTTO, "WK P' mLIE : #, ),s " - 4- .,,:4"_(.#::'.Y "THE 1 ENGLAbD, GOLD/ITH6 GOLD FROtA /EROHAHT; KEEPING AFTER "CRROWED" GOLD I G7OE_7 ' 1!4 THE % A/AI2.yLAND 3AkiK OPSNEg, ]HrEE BRANCHEG t CV.E DAY, tIStNG HLICO,PTER AND #hOTORI2E) GOLF CART3 TO GPEEP 7HK GOVERNOR, 9.=NATOK, AND OTHEE VIP'5 "TO EACH P.IBBON-CUT'[IMG. ///J Mrs. Art Stengle du,rng the week. Mrs. Ron McKown and Reree of Spolane vi'sited her parents, the Joe Schells, nd John Sunday. Miss Susie McKinley, for- merly of Cheney, now o Seat- tle, was an overmht guest of Sue Ham Monday. John Mon- tague and Darrell Bhfllipson of Cheney called at the Ham home Tuesday afternoon. Saturday even'rag guests at the Ham home were Mary Ann Posten arid Walter Babcock of Anaconda, Mont., Wilton Ptotts, Mr. and Mrs. Rezeau Plots and Mrs. Ptotts Sr. The evening was ,spent viewing liC - ture slides. Walter Babcock spent the past week with his si,ster, Wil- ma Plotts. Mrs. Poston silent the weekend with friends. 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