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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 16, 1965 Medical kake News ; By Katherine Holloway Play-Offs Begin For Hard Ball Team The Lakers and Falcons will begin their ay-of next week in the Spokane ty A Iague. These ,boys play hard bali, not soft ,lmlI as wa re. ported several weeks go. On Tuesday the Lakers went Sprague for a practice game and a return game on Friday. Two other practme games were p.yed on the 13th and the 15th. The Falcons lind p.ractce gmes on the 12th and 14th, and witl have their first tour- a&apos;nent game on July 21 at 6:30 p. m. at the Mead diammM wih Lynnwood. The Lakers wilI play their fiTst at 6:30 p. m. on the home field on July 19ttL DINNER GUESTS OF LLEWELLYNS Vlsitirg with the Al Svensons this week are the Duncan Nil- los fmily f Lander, Wyo. Stmday they were dinner guests at the Fran Llewellyn tmme. Also attending were the Svensors, Inez Watson, Agns I-ker, Ray Lab'mh, the Don Browns of Tekoa ad the Hugh : Hut0hisons. Fran Llewellynl eat to Deaeortess 'lmslital for surgery on Monday. Enjoying a licnic at the Aa'M BarteRs Sunday were the Jolm SYlyrejdas and the Fred Grubs and Lynn. BILLUPS VISIT FATHER Rev. ,and Mrs. Billups drove to Little .Salmon River las week to visit wth Rev. illaps' fater, C. B. Billups, who is sffig a ,broken knee cap. At Lewiston they visited with lVir. and Mrs. Ed Carey,  Win- tmstev with the Jack Paluso family d wiqh the Wayne. At. kin$ons; at GrangeviIle they vited with Ted Bill and fam- ily. C,ven visiting last week with the Cloud BeatCies Beth ad Tom Gissberg of poKane. Th week's visit- ors ore Joan and Judy Gissel- berg and Janet and Mary Jans- en of Okaoga. The Hel, b Cdmmlberg y were Sunday rmor gu. Nola McMaster And Dennis Bergman Married June 25 r.Miss Nola Slmrmen MeMas- ter, daughter o Mr. and Mrs V. A. McMaster of Medical Lake and DennAs A. Bergman won ,of itr. and Ms. Ared Bergman ,of Athens, Wis., were mar,ed .on June 26 in the Zior Lutheran church, with Rev. Wayne Olsen officiating. Rebecca Solid was the organ- ist .and Sharon BelJ, the soM- ist. Given in marriage by her ather, the bride wore a floor length white slper satin gown with fitted sI'eevess and bod- ice. She wore a detachable train and a long veil with a tiers of pearls. A gift of the groom, a sngle strand of pearls, completed her attire. She carried a bouquet of lilac anti white carnations, roses and stephanotis. Matron of Honor Matron of honor, the bride's sister, Mrs. Do$ores Hawkins, wore a floor length lilac slip- per .satin identical ,gown, ex- cept for short sleeves. She wore a shoulder length veil with lilac pill box head dress ,arid carried flovevs of white ,and pink. Bridesmaid Ranee MeMaster, a niece of the bride, was: dress, ed ,as the maron of honor. The six year old twin niece and nephew of the bride, Lynn and Lane Hawkins, were flower girl and rirg bearer. Dressed iden- tical to the bride, Lynn car- ried a basket ,of 'ose petals. Lane, in dark .suit carried the ring ,on a pol'ow af white satin. ]:),ave Bergma,n, brother of the groom was best man. Ush- ev.s were Rardy MMaster, Tom Bergman a,nd Gveg Maste.rson. The bride's moher wore a two piece pink kritted suit dress with white accessories and white carnations. The groom's mother wore a beige bocade jcket dress with peach 'accessories and a White corsage. A reception was held in the elm,rch lrlors with Lois Me- Master serving the four ,tiere< wedig cake. Serving punch was Leorm McMaster nd at the coffee urn  Dovoth Berg. At the guest book was I3ona FIawkirman and ,lhin Population Includes Two Newcomers Two little fellows have joined the population of Medical Lake this past week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Mikeal Massong on July ] 1 at St. Luke's ,h'ospil was Jlm Mickeal, 7 pounds and 7 ounces. John is the first g:eat- grandchild of George Logan of Edwall and was born: on Lo- ! gan's birthday. Mr. ad Mrs. Don Anderson are the parents of a boy born at oly Family hospital on July 8. Ite was named Mark G. and weighted almost sever pounds. PICNICS PLANNED The St. Tim, opthy's Episcopal church and the St. Mark's church of Cheney will hold their picnic on July 19th at Picnic Pines. The Eastern Star and Mason picnic wilI be hekl on the Earl Swanson lawn on July 24th. The World War I Barlacks and auxiliary enjoyed a picnic of about 20 persons at the Che- nay Park on July 11. The Assembly of God Adult Camp is in full swing for two weeks with the Youth Camp to follow ,on July 19th on a near- by lake. The local chapter of the Fu- ture Farmers of America held its picnic and Sh'ort business meeting last week at the Don Jensen home. Ten boys were present for a hot dog feed. Sot bail was enjoyed follow- ing the meeUn,g. The August meeting will take place at the home of the Ag. instructor, Jay W}od. ATTEND FIREMEN CONVENTION Ralph Tyson and ollj Kaplan are spen4ing this week on the Coast attendmg a Fire- nan'rS convention in Vaaaeuv- r. MeMaster with LaRae Hawkins and Ilene Masterson caring for the gifts. Wedding Trip The couple left the ilhr. i,rg day on their wedding ip to Athens, Wis., where they will make their home. For the trip the bride wove royal blue with white accessories. n its beginnings, the United States was a "backward" nation--far behind other nations in population, capital, labor, roads, schools, technology and many other things. But our Constitution gave us some- thing that other nations did not have-- a form of government that encouraged people to use their skills, savings and ideas to advance themselves, confident that the rewards they gained could not be arbitrarily taken away. The result has been the finest record of industrial growth and achievement in history. For example, the investor-owned eleetrlc power industry that we're a part of--financed by the savings of millions of investors--has made us the world's leading "electric nation." People like you and your neighbors, sharing in the ownership and manage- ment of their local electric company, help themselves and their communities. And the more people can do for themselves, the stronger America is bound to be. Isn't it strange that people who think the Federal Government should own or manage this or ay industry should con. sider their ideas "progressive"? Such ideas would t us back--lmead of forward along the road that roves it leads to progress! Washington Water Power Co. I Medical Lake- 1955 A new irrigaon ,system, run- niIg from West Medical lake to the mental hospit, al, is sched- uled to be operating in about two weeks .and hould ease the critical water shortage. The town is installing an eectric pump and st'andppe at Silver lake, about half a mile est of the hospital, for a supplemen- tary water supply. A farewell luncheon was given at the home of Mrs. Amelia Griffith for Mrs. A. A. Andersen who is leaving this: week for Sedro Wooley where Mr. Andersen is employed. Tho,se ,enjoying the affair were Mrs. Lillian Anders,en, Mrs. Ea Knapp, Mrs. Lila Swanson, Mrs. Anna Swanson and Mrs. Ghdys Schubert. Mr. and Mrs. Gerheardt of Wapato spent from Wednes- day until Saturday at the home of Mr..and Mrs. Irvin Imhoff and Hazel. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Christie and son Alvin of Newberg, !Ore., were callers ,on Mrs. Kat- ie Sinn,iger Tuesday afternoon. T,hre rare 'al ,old school friends of Mrs. Sinniger. The Christies are touring the Northwest. Mr..and Mrs. Bud Glasgow and family of Espanol spent the weekend at Sherman creek. Mrs. Lula McNeil accompanied them to ColviHe where she vis-' ited her daughters Mrs. Art Waide aRd Mrs. Everett John- son and husbands. Mr. arid Mrs. Albert Penose returned home July 6 from Bet- ingham where they spent three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hmn arid family. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Thiemens drove to Ponnevawa over July 4th weekend to pick cherries. Evelyn Willms, Mildred Willms and Rose Hodgson and Annie Ploeker picked strawbeTies in the valley on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reises and daughter Pat o Northport spent the weekend at the Hugh Ghsgow home. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Creed of Spolane were Monday eve- ning dinner gues at the Gus Pehrson home. The occasion honored the birthday off Mrs. Creed. Evelyn Pehrson cele- brated her seventh birthday on July 7. Medical Lake  1945 Funeral services for George Prince, 84, were held July 3 from Four Lakes Methodist church. Pall bearers were Gus Fotzner, Bert Spear, Stanley Spear, Sam Wan Cmp., Frank Johnson and Clatde Crooks. A native of England, Mr Prince had resided in Four Lakes for i36 years. Gloria Fuller spent last week in Spokane visiting her cousin Mrs. F. N. Cardinal. Mrs. Nita Roy n,d son of Portland spent last week at the tmme of her sister, Mrs. Rob- ert Woosiey. Robert Woosley teft Thursday for Oklahoma City where he was sent by the !Spokane Air Service Command for instruction on B-29 bomb- ers. HORSE SHOW E Carolyn granddaughter o/ olds, rode her in the side Arabian Horse Fairgrounds an third place er, Mrs. Lloyd man and Mrs. tended the j ....... Lloyd Arnold . onn mmmei ann Mr. ana ldinne r guest .o Mrs. Kenneth Smith left for[and Mrs A rn the coast l'ast Saturday for a[home wi{'h him few days vacatio,n. Mrs. Kim-[evening mel and son returned home Clarlene Rider i with them Sunday. colt, Melody, ! sevLt:and Mrs. LesSer R. Hus-I sa halter cia y ,,, ualmna River, Fla., are visiting at the home of school superintendent Clifton Hussey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Giibreth and family of Seattle were guests at the Fred Gilhreth home several days hst week, returning to Seattle o,n , Tues- day. Medical Lake young folks of the intermediate class, who are attendirg the Crisian camp at Twinlow thus week are Hel- en Shafer, Dick and Helen Heyer, Rosemary Watson, Jack Baldwin, Gordon Conners, Jean Arthur. Myrtle Keene and the Rev. and Mrs. Estes. The annual Masonic and OES picn'ic will be held on the azn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butts on July 20. Miss Carol Harris of Chelan virsited last week at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Harris. Mrs. Julia Peterson spent Friday at her home here. She was accompanied ,by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Paterson of Walh Walla. Ethel and Eleanir Delabarre of Cheney are guests this week ,at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Delabarre. Acres Riders wanis ring on also took a th AMONG THE Mike Rider is Heart hospital to determine .his been ill for 10 ! Rosetta 'days in St. tonsils removed, Jim Williams past week at pital mine the will need on home for the Marion Veterans fered a heart weeks ago. Hugh own at the Mrs. Edna after a long pital. She has casts but is ly. Don Kyle lutu, Hawaii on to the illness of fred Kyle, who ing there. Rene spent about six grandparents, (continued NATIONAl. BANK OF COMMERCE of Seattle' June 30, 1965 RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks. $133,647,563.39 Federal Funds Sold .... 5,000,000.00 United States Gov't Securities 111,500,695.95 FederalAgencySecurltles.. 13,108,170.27 $263,256,429.61 State and Municipal Securities ...... 70,689,532.93 Loans and Discounts--net ........ .428,704,636.59 Federal Reserve Bank Stock ....... 1,200,000.00 Banking Houses and Equipment ...... 13,594,016.34 Other Real Estate ........... 1,315,662.00 Interest Earned--not collected ...... 4,338,918.05 Other Resources ........... 3,253,974.42 Customers' Uability for Acceptances .... 7,342,974.49 $793,696,144.43 LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL Deposits .............. $717,512,615.50 Federal Reserve Bank--Deferred Credit . . . 8,299,204.34 Unearned Income ........ 5,656,421.19 Acceptances Outstanding ......   7,342,974.49 Accrued Expenses and Other Liabilities . 4,990,367.73 Capital ........ $ 14,000,000.00 Surplus ........ 26,000,000.00 Undivided Profits .... 9,894,561.18 49,894,561.18 $793,696,144.43 Th;: =' . :::: : ;ncl-,des Medical Lake Office deposits of $2,150,679.24 MEDICAL LAKE OFFICE DON R. WINAN, Manager ROBERT J. COOK As,tant C / With daily interest from day of deposit to day of withdrawal, compounded and paid quarterly, your savings now work harder and earn more. Now is the time to add to your account or start saving at ANNUAL this higher rate at your nearby N B of C office. INTEREST JL K. Bishop, VICE PRESIDENT JPrealdent, E. K. Bishop Lumber Company Prentlco Bioedel p$1rector z _MacMll!an, Bloedel Powall Kwor Limited Nomor L, Balm ,RETIRED CHAIRMAN OF %'HE BOARD bade| !. B.roushtod ltoUghton Land Company Edward $. Campbell prlsldent |nd General Manager, Normwlstom lass ompany Maxwell Carlson PRESIDENT Glenn Carrinlten President, Glenn Carrington & Compaw Darrah Corbat Chairman, Smith-Berger Mfg. Corp. Director Emeritus, Ioelng Company Dean H. Eastman Vice President and Western CounseL, Northern Pacific Railway Company A, W. Faraghar Kolth O. Fisken HATIOHAL SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Here's the new way to receive higher interest on savings of $500 or more. NBofC Savings Certi- ficates, with an initial maturity of 6 months, are automatically rtmwable for successive 3 months periods. Higher rate starts from day of deposit. DIRECTORS Richard E. Fuller President, Seattle Art Museum Chairman, Northwestern Gloss Company Wylie Bemphill President, Hemph)ll Brothers, lnc. Henry C. Isasoson President, Isaacson Iron Works Grei C. MacDonldd President, D. K. MacDonald & Co. Evan S. McCord Kerr, McCord & Moeh, Attorneys-at.Law Or. A. H. Meadowcroft Director, Washlngtolt TtlO |flSUtlCl 0, NB'C OF CMM00 MIMIER FEO[RAL O[PO$1 f /NURANCI ORPOIIATIOa Berna B. Pelly President Balfour Chemic Director, Ba four, Guthrle Andrew Price, Jr. CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD President, Otto R. Rabel Director, Star Machinel Russell S, Waltz Bagley Wri|ht Director KING Broadcastl Director, MacMII an, Fowell River Limited Howard | President,