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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 9, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Medical Lake m 1955 Mr. and Mrs. John Henning ad daughter Antra Mac and mace Sharon Henning left Thursday for Portland and Monmouth, Ore., to visit Mr. ati Mrs. Walter Hen:ning and Stephen and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mart and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey larr and son. Guests at the Fritz Gilbreth home July 4 were Mr. and Ms. Norm Graham anti chil- dren, Mr. awd Mrs. Jim Gil- broth and family, Mr. and Jim Mu,rry anti daughter ad Mrs. Anna Murry. The occasion was Dickie Gitbreth&apos;s sixt, h birth- day. Mary Kay Kar celebrated her seventh birthday with a party at ,her home June 30. Guests were Dixie Lee Oliver, Nrma Lee Swigart, Darlene Ghsgow, Ortsty Heyers, Bar- bara and Jean Lampert and Sarah Kimmel'l. Mr. and lrs. Bud Swigart and girls spe.n the weekend at Deer lake. Mr. and Mrs. Iarvey FaR, Iarold FaR d daughter Rita Arm spent the hst week on the Wshingto ozd Oregon coasts. s. Gbrt Wood and Max- on Wood of Roseburg, Ore., and iiss HoMo Crump o Twin Fals, Idaho, were guests of Mrs. C. W. Sinmger on Mon- day. Mrs. Edith Wilkes returned hmne  Dishman fter spedig fle wekenti at the ordon Wilkes ome. She called .on Mrs. May Messinger at the Fred Messinger home at Opportunity. Mr. td Mrs. Von Lehe and Mr. arid Mrs. Dan DeChenne o Spokane ,are spenflg a week at  ,take. The Fritz Gil- breth an.d the Earl Von Lehe families and Mr. and Mrs. Lor- en Von Lehe were their guests on July 3. Mr. and Mrs. tlbert Beck- with of Great Darringto, Mass., are visiting at the ,home of Mr..and Mrs. Alan Beekwith. Mr. and Mrs. Chide Mace ,and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tryan and fmily visited Dan Mace at Coeur d'Alene over the 'holi- days. The-community extends its Medical Lake  1945 Mr. and Mrs. Rebert Lewis af Spokane were dinner guests at the home of Mr. ,anti Mrs. W. A. Baldwin on Thursday. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butts were Mr. and Mrs. Shaw of Gran'dview. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Garlick of Seattle were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jan,et last week. Louise and Duckie Tesch of Ritzville are spending two weeks with their c,ouisins Louis and Geraldine Teseh. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Meyer, Mr. ald Mrs. Richard Vaughn and family and Mr. and Mrs. Shell Vaughn enjoyed a picnic at Clear lake Sunday. The Community club met at the town hal'l Thursday, June 28, with p,oluck dinner at noon. Present were the Mes- dames Apgar, Greet, Baldwin. Watson, Bentley, Lowery, Glas- gow, Grigsby, DeCIhenne, Weod, Adams, arsh and Rose- mary Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Janet at- tended a Janet family reunion at Davenport July 1. Mr. and Mrs. Jlm Shook left Saturday for Buckley ater spending a two week vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Arley Heyer. The Community ladies aid is sponsoring a book review to be given at the Com.muty church at 8 p. m. July 12. Mrs. Harry Davenport will review the book, "Great Son," by Edna Ferber. Mrs. W. S. Cobb and granti- son Larry Lefly of Lagrande, Ore., ,are visiting at the home of Sgt. and Mrs. Cautie Baker. Mrs. Cobb is Mrs. Baker's mother. Mr. nd Mrs. Fran Llewel- tyn and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watson and Rose- mary were Sturday dinner guests o,f Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hayer and familJ,. Mr. anti Mrs. Arlie Bartelt, Mr. ,and Mrs. Lyle Fuson and Mr. and Mrs. Ab Griffith left week on a fishing trip. Mrs. W. F. Findley of Bend, Ore., i's vis- iting :at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Findtey. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bartelt of sympay to Mr. and Mm. Ern- Spolane were Sunday dinner est Camer and family whose [guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. house was,= d esroyed',, by fire lHutchinson. on July 4. The Cromer family[ Miss E,a Radanovsky, for- was attending a piem, e arid didImer pastor of t Penacstal not krmw about the fire until[church here, visited friends in they returned ,home. i Medical Lake last week. She lIr. and Mrs. A. L. Griffith has completed a eurse of in- ald Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ahtf struction at Tororto, Canada, spet the weeken,d  at Deep and is waiting to be sent to lake. North Afri as a missionary. DEHUFF CHILDREN WIN SWIM MEDALS About 30 young swimmers under the age of 15 entered the Fairchild open swim meet for military dependants on honday at the Fairchild pool with two Medical Lake children taking quite a few ef the hon- ors. They were Debra Huff i eight who took second in each i the 50 meter back stroke, the breast stroke and the free style and a first pl, ace in the butter- fly stroke while her nine year old brother Gary tok first in the 50 meter breast, butterfly and free strokes and the 100 meter free stroke. They made their home at Picnic Pines, comin!g here from Honolulu, Hawaii. They will compete on Wednesd, ay at Clarkston and on Saturday at Y, akima. They plan to enter the Junior Olym- pics also. LAURENCE LARSON WINS PROMOTION Mr. and Mrs. John Larson have received word this past week that their san, Laurence A. Larson, chief parachute rig- ger of the rmvy, was selected as warrant officer No. 1 at Bar- bets Point, Hawaii. Laurence graduated from Medical Lake high sekool in 1950. after attending a funeral at St. Maries Idaho. The Bud Ahlfs[  Four Lakes @ also visited at Twin lakes and I spent some time with the Sar-[ By Mrs. Sidney Larson bars. The Milton Kukuk family were anmng 35 guests at a fam- ily picnic at the Ked Baker home. The Claude Garners and the Locke Lewises spent the 4th at a picnic at the Neff Hum- berts in Cheney. STANDERFERS GIVEN SURPRISE AT LAKE While spa,riding the 4th of July weekend at their summer cottage at Deer take, Mr. and Mrs. Cody Staadefer were sur- prised with a celebration for their 35th wedding anniver- sary. Besides the weekend Visiting 'at the C lafle J.olley guests, the Del Standerfer ram- home last week from Seattle lily and the Lewis Nelson fam- were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gou-Iily, guests were, Mr. and Mrs. maz and son. On Friday theY lGeorg e Sehoeh, Mrs. Jessie all traveled to Coulee City to[sehoeh, Mrs. Alex Villalo,bes, visit. Ma'. and Mrs. Dan Kraut, Mr. Mr. ,arid Mrs. EK Swanso ,anti Mms. M. P. Burgess, Mr. spent the week in Billkn. gs, ,and Mrs. Ben Kraut. Bob Kraut Mont., with Ruth Ring. 1 ",Iiss Liada Dasehbaeh, Pat Bur- The Sonneborns honred gess, David and John Eraut. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sanneborn, Mms. Ben Kraut .brought a Jr., with a barbecue on Men- beautiful cake which she had day evening. Guests were the made ,and decorated like a wed- Ray Kelleys of Spokane, the ding cake with atided decora- Carters and Clarence of Che- tions of tiny silk flags and ney and Miss Genevieve Fye. large paper "firecrackers" at Joh,n Gastiek of Long Island As the base. Punch and coffee spending the summer here. were served with the cake. Espanola News t co,s, v,s,,o,s Mr. and Mrs. Rbert cott By Katherine Holloway and son Clarence a/d their d,aughter and family, Mr. and HANSON FAMILY Mrs. Boots Eaa'lscourt, went to REUNION HELD Kent over the 4th weekend The Albert Rosenau home visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harold was the scene o,f a reunion of Scott arid family, Mr. and Mrs. the amily of Mrs. Catherine Ross Coolidge in Seattle and Hanson, who makes her home on Saturday, July 3, going to at Tekoa. The Rosenaus just the USETA shoot in Re,ton. i recently moved to their new I home, the former Sehmeiden- Sheila Collier returned hmne hausen house, and this was the Friday from Kennewick where fst entertaining. Present from she had spent a week visiting Tekoa were the Scott Hansons her aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Lige BARRACKS TO MEET ,and Margaret, the Reed Han- Thompson spent the weekend World War I Verans Bar- sons and Bob and Mrs. ffan- here, bringing Sheda home. racks ,and Auxiliary will meet son from Seattle, the Glenn Mr. ,and Mrs. Clarence Pence, on July 12 at the city hall. This ,and Don Hansns, the John Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson Sunday is the date of the an- Hedgson family, from (arfieM and family and Mr. and Mrs. nal veterans picnic to be the Albrt, Laverne and Nor- Lige Thompsin picnicked Sun- held at 4 p. m. in Sutton park man Hanson families nd the day at Stanley park. in Chancy. Gordon Hodgsons 'and Roberta Dr. and Mrs. Miller and fam- and Mae Sather. Dave H<dgson fly spent Sunday with Mr. and Recent visito,rs at the For- of Deer Park spent Sunday Ms. Neal Prior at Loon hke. rest Clark home and with Mrs. night with Lyle Hodgson. Stmday evening visitors at Roy Keene were Rev. anti Mrs. the Leon Barrick home were Keene of Turlock, Mrs. Archie BILL McGOURINS Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eaton from Laird and Deanne, Del Keene BIRTHDAY HONORED Spokane. The Barricks pic- of Santa Barbara, the Kenneth Bill McGourin w's honored nicked at Porcupine Bay n Queeners: of' Potl,atch.,,the, Ter- . on t,As" b'irh4ay Wednes<tay' the Little Spekane. ry Van Bleits of Frumarm and I ,,, nner at t:wtth a dinne ,at he tmme of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace the J, oyce Keenes of Spokane. ]tie-I)on-Lam,berts near Ohe- Roxie Grub entertained I Rev Other guests were Mr. and about. 25 frientis, of Sandra [ Ms'. Stani- Swanson azM. t D2;I'rm%Y aed?:i!hb:a :?ghi I hl?taamlee nU:On hh:Uri 30. Steve Grub, with the haw at Long Be,eh, surprised his fam- ily with his arrival home on londay for a stay. Spending the weekend at his ,home from his work at Col- ville, Jim Anderso was accom- pameti by Jessie Woo@bury of that city. The Ed Mahons spent a quiet 4th a the heme of Mr. anti Mrs. Ed L. Mahon in Spo- kane. The Mel Arno,lds spent the 4th at the home of t'he Harry Bowers, enjoying a picnic. Mrr. ,and Mrs. Dee Ableman have moved into the Merle Ba- con home while they are living in a new trailer. Monday din- ner guests ,of the Racons were Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Phillips of Spokane. Spending the 4th with the Clarence Dobbins were the Gerald Dobbins family o Fair- field and the .Glen D,obNns family. The Ab Griffiths spent the 4%h at Twin Lakes with the Amos Griffiths. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Saugageau nd ehiMren of Lakewoed, Cal., spent a few days with the Griffiths BET 100% ROOF PROTECTION M Whatever type roof, we have a Chevron or Standard Roof Coating to give you all year protection. Primer, paint, plastic cement, canvas waterproof. ing and asbestos, aluminum ana asphalt base coatings. They lengthen roo life, protect against the weather, insulate, stop leaks and control condensation. 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The Loren Von Lehe family Spendinlg the 4th with the spent the 4th with the Stanley Sack Cogswells were Mr. ,and Swansons at Deer lake. Mrs. Gilbert St. Jo,lm and Patty Mr. 'and Mrs. Osea Reit- Cxwner of Seattle. Dropping in meier ,and Sandra spent the from Sprague were Joel and 4th with the R. E. Henry's at loger Cramer ad Beth Smith. Chattaroy for a family dinner. Warren Cogswell anti amily In the evening they attended al were present the Spokane vs. Hawaii ball Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jo,bnson, a'me and then the fireworks Candy and Randy visited on display. S,untiay ,at the ;home ef Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Webley Mrs. Dortald Davis ,at Tyler.' attntied the Webly family re- Evening visitors at the John- union 'at the Sun Lakes state sons were Mrs. Mabel Hansel, park on Sunday. Nina, Bob and Dorothy of Ohe- ney, Don Hardenbrook and Kay Rustemeyer. Mr. aM Mrs. Reinhard Thie- mens :spent the 4th t Loon lake with the Eugene Thie- mens family. Doug and I)avd Thiemens of Moses Lake came hrome with their gran, doarents for a visit while their parents are visiting in Montreal. Saturday ,afternoon anal sup- per guests at the Albert WiUms ! home were Mr. and Mrs. Mieh- ! ael Welling and son of Seattle. Sunday picnic guests were Mr. and Mrs. John G. Wry. en, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Weyen, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Henning, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilims and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beattie, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Gts- selberg, Annie and C.haerlie Plucker, Wye Weyen ,a.nd Lola Davis. The Norm Grahams visited on Sunday afternoon with Mr. a Mrs. Wayne Grahan at Ro- salia. Vimting with Dave and Min- nie Peteron on Sumhy were Mr. ad Mrs. Perry Kuntz f lbur Lakes. Pcniekig with the Lee and ack penlmlluricks o Mses Lake 'at Picnic Pines were the Moviartys and the SeIfridges and the Paul Reeds of Oakes- d ae. Evelyn Lee Cmpbel:l of Hol- lywood arrived ,on Friday to spend some time with the Rich- ard Mankes. Mrs. Jessie Fay rier of Sunnyside also came on Fridaj, to spend several days. Spending the 4th with the 3ahn Hizgins family at their lake hom-were the Osea Ms- ser family, Mabel Sheaf, the Earl Von "Lehes and the Larry Danlelsns. Monday visitors at the Wy- burney home were Mr. anti Mrs. Arnold Moen and sons of Issaquah. Guy Neubert of Kirkland is .spendin:g some time also. Picnicking with the John La- bish fly on Sunday were the Jerry Labishes, the Walter *RuFFs, the Harvey Rupp Cam- Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt SCHOOL COOKS TOOK COURSES Cooks from the Cheney school district attending a worksho9 at WSU, Pullman, were Ruth Story, supervisor, Juan, ita Blutcher, Marie Jer- Kirkpatriek one day last week. Mrs. I-Iazel Powell spent Sun- day with her mother, Mrs. Kirkpatrick. Bill Crooks from San Diego, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crooks. On Sun- day M1 the Crooks family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crooks and on, Mr. anti Mrs. Glen Lunneborg and son and Mrs. Mary Wilcox were dinner guests at the Cooks' home. Mrs. Bill Croks stopped in Warden to visit her sister before coming on here. Harriet and Carl Frasure of Cheney and Mrs. Elzora Pow- ers were Sunday dinner guests at the Jack Hartford home. Janet Hartford returned Sat- nrday form ,a week's visit with her uncle and aunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harmon. at Snake River, ldaho. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers called on Mrs. Gretchen Moser Monday. Mrs. Robert McCormack, a former Four Lakes resident has returned from an extended visit in Spingapm'e with ,her daughter ,and family, the John Lynns. July 4th Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pendetl :and the Tray Reynolds family picnicked with Mr. and Mrs. Orvel Reynolds at Hay- ford. Mrs. Barbara Mattausch vis- ited her parents, the larl Pen- dells Friday night Earlene is spending a month visitin.g with ,a cousin in Las Vegas, Nev. Mr. and Mrs. F. Smith from Seattle and their daughter and family and Mrs. Hilda Johnson from Worley, Idaho, were Mon- day visitors at the Earl Pen- dell home. Mrs. Jesse Silcock and the Tray Reynolds family were supper guests 'at the Earl Pen- dells last Wednesday night. Harold Pendell, Jr., spenl the weekenti here and he and' Lois Webber spent Sunday at Saeheen lake. Last Friday Mrs. Sidney Lar-, son called ,on Mrs. Mgo Ball in Cheney. Jerry K. Laocoon spent from Thursday to Monday with his grandparents the Sidney Lar- sons while Mr. ,and Mrs. Ger- ald Larson were i Calgary, Alberta, for the international trap shoot. The Laxsons, Jerry K. and Legh Ann }oined the Darrell Larsons and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Johnson and P. H. Moreland from Lamont or a Sunday pic- nic at Minnehaha park. Four Lakes grange held its last meeting Friday until Sept. 10. John Jones attended to pro- mote support for the Little League ball clubs. Carl RudoK gave an interesting report on the grange convention, held in June in Pasco. It yeas voted to have a work day before grange convenes in September. The idate will be chosen htev. ome, CharR)tte McMillan ,and courses were cook took a information Mrs. Ruth Juanita Washington elation gales. A lot af ful brought back year. Ths was est conventior held with over! !The hdies salmon beaches FAMILY REUI HELD AT Mr. and Mrs. ty entertained Sunday for el d Helen Thies Bill and among the merly lived . ]and now reside Mr. and and family two weeks Minn. While ed the versary of and also got brother, Mr. Grothe who Paulo. be four years. Windsor's met at the Streed for losing the week Mrs. N. D., has daughter, family. Mr. ,and had .as their ew, Ed Edmonton, dra Shilliam them for a relatives. Dry Pea Cc Olympia nine,member Pea and State Direeo Donald W. ed Don .department's ion, as the the ,Seven other commission month by dueers and elected ducer Jr., Colfax; Kenneth Carter, Mesa, and Waitsburg. ber i,s Ihl Created dum by 1961 Ennobling becomes commission izlional Pultman. 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