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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 17, 1964 Medical Lake News SON IS AUTHOR .H.o FaLt, son of Mrs. Mus- ctta Fait, who has made her home in Medical Lake since re- tiring from teaching, .has writ- ten two books to help physical education teachers in element- ary schools. "Physieaa F_xtuca- tion for the Elementary SChool Child" was published this year by Saunders OompanT of Philadelpl'da and London. FaR is asSoCiate professor of phT- sical education at the Univers- ity of Connecticut. Two of ,his chil :n, Gregory and Gerry, did illustrations for 'his book. The dedication page honors Mrs. Musetta Fait and ,her hte husbmd, Harvey, who devoted over half a century of their 1 i v e s teaching elementary school cdren. Mrs. FaR has spent much time reea}ling mad putting down on paper games, activities and dnces used in her "years of teaching. "We Do ,ks The Animals Do," which he wrote with the help of his wife, Gladene, is dedicated to the couple's four children. It is illustrated with full page color pictures of an- imals, with aceompanyL,g ac- tion stories. WINNERS LISTED There were three $5 winners at the appreciation day draw- ing Saturday. They were Bet- ty Jamison, Emmajean Till and Ruth GLasgow. Ed Sonneborn was not present when hLs mme was drawn for the jack- pot. DIRECT DIALING STARTS The Medical Lake telephone exchange was linked, along with other communities in Lineo County, to the aion. wide direct distance dialing (DDD) Sunday morning..Ms instruction book has ,been mailed during the past week to customers in the areas with complete direetiorm and area c-de rmmbers for hundreds of cities in the United States and Canada. LAKERS LOSE, WIN The Little League Lakers lost Last Tuesday 6-5' to the Red Sex at Fairchild. On Fri- day they bea the Eagles 11.7. Batting leaders are David Spil- ker .688; Charles Van Moire .625, and Jack Sorerson .600. Selected to play in the All Star game at Fairchikl at 10 a.m. on Saturday, were Dog Long and Chris Billups. GIRLS NEED PLAYERS Any girls between the ages of 9 and 14 wire would like to play so,bail ir, the Little League are asked to contact Mrs. Ordiway for reformation. BROWNIES TO BOWL The Seou.t Brownies, accom- panied by Mrs. Ordiway, will spend Tuesday learning to bowl at Bagdad. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Juliete Mermod is home from Sacred Heart hos- pita.l, feelixtg much improved. Mr. Bushnell is 'back in the hospital, but expec to be home during this week. Kim Kapian spent last week with his grandfather, Alec Fiechtner, in Spokane. Mr..and Mrs. Charles Gal- langer of Spokane and the E. K. Swansons are spending the week sightseeing at Lake Lou- ise and Banff. The Haro'ai Stutheits visited with the Laurence Carstens at Reardan Sunday. The Sm Stutheits of Los Angeles ave house guests. 13ances Wise of Washington, D. C., spent a week with the Charles 8trkweahers. The DonaM Bl'a of Spokane also visited. Mrs Lily Snode had as her guests the pa weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jerue of The Dalles, Ore. They drove with i ,Mrs. Snode to H.gton Sun- day eve "rang to visit with Mr. and Mrs. fley Harmon and family. 2he George Spikers drove to Soap Lake and Sun Lake Sunny. Mr. D. H. Robinson, fornerl Medical Lake resident, has moved to Alhambra, Calif. The AlVin Pliens and the Harold Thompor.s of Spokane drove to Sop Lake o Sunday. Betty Tpps has returned, from visiting with relatives in ' Nebraska. ,Her three sons stopped off in Texas to visit. Mrs. Anna Murray, Fran, Steven nd Phillip Murray lea Friday for a fishing trip in the nort'hevn part .of the state. They stopped in Colville, where the Donald Murrays w'!l join them. Mr. and Mrs. Kermeth Smith of Mmneatmlis, Mnn., visited last week with the Ernest Ahlfs. Thursday evening din- ner guests were the Smiths, the Bud Ah,gs and Billy, the Harry Wilkes, the Gordon By Katherine Holloway l Wa]kes and Bayard Merriman of Spokane. On Sunday the Ahlfs accompanied the Gordou Wilkes, the Harry Wilkes and tlae Smiths on a .trip to Grand Coulee Dam, Mount Spokane and other scenic s.pots and m- du:,trl sites. Rev. and Mrs. Billups and children visited several days last week at Kennewick with Mr. and Mrs. Lormie O'Nefl. 'lzlaci Lynn Kirk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Khk, was baptised Sunday at St. John's Lutheran Church. The :lJ.,-year-old girl was sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin WiLhns. !cir. and Mrs. Claude Mace drove to Spirit Lake Sunday to visi with Mrs. Crina Olin. They took a drive to Newport, Visitirtg with the Sidney Johnsons for three weeks were Donrm and Wayne Weathera/1 and Dixie Lee Claf of Scap- oose, Ore. Mrs. Jmson will ccompany them home Sunday by train. John Labish and family were hosts at a family picnic Smday at their home. Tim Joe and Tom Labish families were present. Mr. ad Mrs. Leonard Die:is are spertding ,the week at Twisp with their son, Earl, and family, and at Wenatchee with Mrs. E. Clark. Weekend visitors at the Job,n Massong home n Yakima were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mas- song and Mrs. Elsie CAmmerig. '['he Irv'm Imhofs have_ re- turned from Downs Lake, where they enjoyed the Fourth of July celebration ad good fishing. Mrs. Edith Solverson is sperdmg a few days at Enum- claw visiting a nephew, Lester Scuff. Having a picnic at the Pa,1 Lowry home Sunday were the Claude Garners, the Locke Lewises, the Joe Picketers and the Jack Benchs of Spokane. Visitors for a week at the Locke Lewis home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allison of Oregon City. Friday visitor was their grandanher, Mrs. Dean Ber- coos, of Ceaalia. On Monday the Lewises and the .MJ-ons drove to Tekoa to visit the Jim tteaon faro'fly. FROM THE PAST 1924 Funeral services will be held today for Joseph D. Pet- tis, wlm died Montay evenhag from ,njuries sustained when he fell from ,the top of a cherry tree Sunday evening. Mr. Pet- tis came to the Medical Lake- Cheney area 46 years ago. 1934 irs. Minrde IJarwood enter. tained Wednesday afternoon for Ms. John Niemers of Pull- man. Guests were the Mes- dames Scholer, Wilkes, Jerue, Fishb,ck, u, ghes, P. J. Lore- vr,, Kirchhoffer, G e o r g e Adams, Devenih, Pilard and iIutchinson and Miss Too Hall and Miss Lena Railsback. 5rs Sheldon Vaugha was guest of honor at a stmprise h o w e r Tuesday eveVag. Guests were: Mesdames Buffter- field, Henrickson, B6dnosehek, Clyde Jerue, Heyer, Harwood, Wood, Thieme_s, Bartholarnew, Jeo.sen, Croswell, Ahlf, Stand- isb, Devenish, Kreader, C, Young, MvI,ntosh, Peteron and Mis Hall and Hazel Winnett. Jhn Repp of Reardan and Ge:)rge and Henry Repp of Endicott were called home be- cause of the serious illness of their faeher, George Repp. Mis's Margaret Pu.rvis is ,at- tending summer school at Ceney. ;eorge arrion is building a house in Choney. Heath Hutchirsn and lobert New- man are helping him a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Vanghn Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Boyce and John of Kent via)ted ,at the Dam Pedigo home. The Boyces are Mrs. Pedigo's parents. 1944 Funeral services for Nels el- son, who died Thursday, were hem Monday with Rose Cau)ix Masorm offciafing at the chap- el and the Medica Lake BIue lodge No. 102 F & AM having charge of graveside rites. Mr. f.lsen was a resident of Med- ical Lake 52 years. Survivors are his wife, M. garet, and two daughters, Mrs. Frances Rei- chow of Lewiston and Mrs. Es- ther Mitehel of Coulee Daa. Ladies who served as host- .-'ses at the Lutheran service cencer July 7.8 were Mrs. Bon- ae Brett, Mrs. El,a Tesch, Mrs. Agnes Heyer, Mrs. Carl Johnson and the Misses Juan- its Furhman and Elsie and Bernice Fitzner. The city council voted to name the new beach "Bartelt BeaCh," in honor o,f .rlie Bar- telt, who has given many hours of :labor in buildirg the dock. 1954 Mr nd Mrs. A. L. Griffith and Mr. and Mrs. Bud A.hlf an,5 children spent the first week of Juty ,at Waitts Lake. V.Litors were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ahlf and Mr. and Mrs. I Byron Shoal / .Mr and Mrs. Harvey Fait[ spent the weekend at Glacier/ park They were guests of col- lege classanates, Dr. mad Mrs. W. G. Conway of Kalispell. Hugh Glasgow and Ed Ma- hen spen the past week at Steamboat Rock near Coulee Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beattie and Mrs. Fred Pope and Jermy spent the weekend with the lterb GissOberg family at Port- laaad. Willms the Sharon Arms nursing home. Colleen Willms had her ton- siis removed Friday of last week. Visiting her in the hos- ntal were the A1 Wil:lms. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arnold and sons of ]?aeoma were Mon- day visitors at the Mel Avnlold home. Henry Wyborney, Mrs. Wv- borney and Mary were Friday visitors at the Ernie Moriartys. On Friday evening the Mori- artys were supper guests at the Hornet home. On Saturday the Jack Penhalluricks of Mo- ses Lake were dinner gue'sts. ?hey attended the Waukon grange gthering at FiSh Lake. Slmday evening visitors were Chuck Hays and Myrt Chase of Moses Ladle. The Frank Self ridges re- turned Tuesday after spend- ing five days visiting at the Chuck Selfridge home near Warden. While there they drove to Mr. Rainier. Sunday visitors at their home were Mr. and Mrs. Alden Selfridge of Owosso, Mich. Amanda A]berts and Ren- zil Marvin and Gayle McLain attended the an- will visit Bly Weyen at Kend-[nual Pioneers of Washington rick for a week. [picnic at Manito Park Satur- .... [ (lay. --  . u ,, -- ; Mrs. Ethel Manke visited 0| ew] ]with the McGourins Monday , r ....... [atfernon. On Tuesday, the Bbt .y e, amerme Mo.oway }MeGourir attended the fun- GRANGE TO HAVE BOOTH 1 Espanola Grange met Friday! evenirtg to observe Independ- ence Day. This was the last meeting until September 25. Members are asked to brhtg a sack lunch to observe back- to-school days. Final plans! were made for the picnic at: Comstock Park at 1 p. m., JuLy 26. Coffee and ice cream will be furnished, with men- bers bringing a lunch plus a fried chicken from each fam- ily. The program featured songs by Shirley Hodgson, acCom- panied by Joan Lbih; "The American Creed" by Sandy Reitmeier, the Fourth in Denmark," by Doris Holznagel; "Independence Day," by Irene Rosenau; a song by Wendy Schiewe, and a slt, "Gee, What a Terrible Temper," by everyone. Ed Best won the $5 drawing it was decided to have a booth at the Interstate Fair in. September. The eomanittee and all persons interested will meet at ,the Ihall July 31 to begin work. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Bfflie Cogs-well celebaed her fifth birthday Saturday with a party at her home far the Jack Cogswel nd the Al- ton Took farnily of Medical Lake. On Sunday the Warren Cegswell family drove to White Salmon to spend several days finding a home there. Warren will teach flwre in September. WYBORNEYS DEPART Lt. Henry Wyborney and drs. Wyborrmy, who harve been visRirg here, left Tuesday for their lome near, peka, Kma. They will go by way of Glacier Park, accampaaaied by Dr. and M'rs. Eugene Wylx)vnoy and Mary. The Wyborneys will re- main in Glacie for several days of mounts,in climbing, while Mary will accompany the younger Wyborneys to Kansas. HODGSONS HAVE PICNIC rfy me bes  the Hg  son family met Sunday for a picnic at Rockford Park. The Gordon Hodgsons aended [from here. They and three other Children and their fam- ilies of the E. C. Hodgsons of 'Veradale were present, as were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hodg- son of averly arzd tttree of their children and famia'es. Mrs. Agnas Hodgson of St. Maries and her chil wre present as well as Mrs. Ethel Whitman of Worley and her family. PERSONAL MENTIONS Dave and Minnie Peerson attended he Eastern Star and Masonic pcie ,at Silver Lake Sunday. The Jack Cogswelis al- so ,attended. Pcnicking wth the JOhn lliggins at Clear Lake Sunday were Mabel Slmaf, Sa,ah I-Rgh- fil, the Oscar Mnsser family and the Earl Von LObes. George Goldsmith ,of Spokane visited at the home of Ma,bel Sheaf Stmday. Mxs.Tov.ning. Paula ad Da- vid visited with the /-Ivways :and Johnsons Wednesday. Jim Johnson and Rod Nelson, grandsons o the Jotmsons, ave spending several weeks with them. Julie and Evalyn Pchrson and .he James Butlers pic- nicked at Picnic Phaes Sunday, Elsie Pehrn attemled a Re- fief Society meeting at the Claude Nichols in Cheney Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McKay of Big Timber, Mon., spent riday and Saturday with the George Meserve family. Mr. arid Mrs. A1 WiRians visited Thursday and Sunday with Annie Ploeker, wtm is in eral in Spokane of Edwin Phil. eo of Spangle. Mrs. Luella Kuhn was the guest of honor at a baby show. er Friday at the home of Nao- mi Johnson. Co-hostesses were Velma Davis, Nila and Mabel Hansel. Guests were Nina an- sel and Mrs. Janet Goodwin of Cheney, Pearl King, Mrs. Alder, Mhs. Evelyn Satmders, Mrs. Arlie BartelL Jeans Havd- enbrook, Grace Perry, Connie tlutchcroft and Dandy John- son. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lynch St., Northtown. Pa.. vis- it'ed Wednesday at the Fred Johnson lmme. They are on a three month tour of the United States. The Jolsons took Connie Hutcheroft ,home O ' f to Moses Lake Saturday after several weeks visit. Saturday evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs Ken, neth Peters:on and daughter of Spokane. The Jack Perry gamily of Colville and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Harden- br ,ok of Spokane also visited. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner GRANGE PICNIC HELD A Large crowd attended the Pomona Grange picnic in S0o- kane last Sunday. Tri-Com- inanity Grange boys won the ball game with Springhill Grange. For he ladies, Alvida Garras won the nail driving contest and George McFerson won for the men. A large suck- er was presented to the Wql- hers by Mabel Johnston. Oran !3cott was presented an en- larged picture of Scott, taken at the state grange conven- tion ir June. Pomona Grange will m.et this Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Jn the Trentwood Grange hall. MANY PLAY CARDS Paradise Grange had 32 ta- bles of cards in play last Sat- urday evening. There were 16 Paradise Grangers present. From Spangle, Irma Iansen was high; Pauline Rohwer, secord high; Ceci,l, ia Burns, Martha Bleisner and Nettle Mill. l'ow. Other winners were Chris Hanson, Jennie Coone, Mr. MorREi and Alvida Gaz- ras. Amon, g those attending were Va11e Woodhurst, Adel- aide Larsen, Michelle 01n, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Benway, ',r. and Mrs. Brnil Diefe, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bl'aret, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hodgson and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Danies. Paradise Grange has card parties the fourth and second Saturdays of the month. Sunset Grange hs card par- ties the first and third Fridays of the month. GRANGER HIT ROAD Atending Pomona Grange last Sunday from Windsor Grange were Irma Stragier, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harmum, Lawrence Chavneski, Adetaide Larsen, Michelle Olson and Leona Widner. CLSONS RETURN HOME Mrs. Maxine OLson, taren and Jimmy have returned home from Charleston, W. Va., where they visited Mrs. Olson's tmcle, the Rev. Julian B. Lik- ous, and Mrs. Linkous. Rev. Likens was minister for the Spangle Christian church in the ]930's. Mrs. Linkous at- tended summer sO'heel at EW SC several summers, stayding ith her sister, Mrs. James Widner. Mrs. Lus,her Ott, (nee Mary Euline Linkous), and daughters also visited her par- ents, the Linkous, while the Olons were there. Mrs. Olson and Children went by ain and reported that one eanaaaot believe the damage done in Montana by the flood until i,t is seen. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. nd Mrs. Dale Guest and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stewart and children spent iast weekend near the Camdi- an border at a lake vaer ski- iUrg. MOnday, Bert Parshall was hit in the face with a rock while mowing the lawn. His glasses were broken, injuring an eye. He va,s taken to emergency hospital for treat. ment Tuesday. Keep America Systematic in U.S. Savings proved, sirce 194: most convenient ployees to invest a better future for and their families, helping to keep strong. NOLAND. DISQUE 2319 N. Monroe, SIXTY-DAY PUt I 174856 n the Superior Cour of Washington in and for  Spokane. EDYTHE L. LESTER L. The State of fendan, Lester L. You are hereby i the above entitled (60) days after the dst# publication of this Within sixty (60) day of July, 1964 entitled actior* Court and anSWer the plaintiff and serve wer on the undersi plaintiff at his post stated, and in case of to do, judgmert will be : you according to the Complaint which has bee Clerk of said Court. This action is pJaintiff for the a Decree of Divorce ant on the grounds of ties rendering life Howard K. Michaelser Attorney for Plaintiff Postoffice Address : 2319 :North Monroe Spokane, Washington (July Goodwill Ind EMPLOYS THE HAN "Have you ever wondered what you would could not get a job due to some handicap. handicapped folks, |nland Empire people, Goodwill faced this problem. Your repairable clothing and household items gave them an Send all repairable items to Goodwill to do the most for people  handicapped CALL MRS. VIOLET SHARPE, 235-6608 TRUCK PICKUP. Seattle-First National Bank MORE THAN 1OO OFFICES THROUGHOUT WASHINGTON STATE i STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS RESOURCES June 30, 1964 June 30, 1963 Cash and Due from Banks ........... $ 234,739,598 $ 220,818,744 United StatesGovernmentSecurites. . . . . . 224,438,144 230,862,068 State and Municipal Securities .... 113,622,162 99,949,324 Other BondsandSecurities ....... a * 14,172,004 7,712,156 Sub-Total ....... . . . . * $ 586,971,909 $ 559,342,294 Loans andDiscounts ........ . . . 672,751,692 620,896,945 Federal Reserve Bank Stock ..... , . 2,250,000 1,950,000 Bank Buildings, Vaults, Furniture and Fixtures, ete, .... 18,400,455 17,665,237 Interest Earned Not Received, etc ......... 7,662,768 7,068,020 Customers' Liability Under Letters of Credit and Acceptances ........... 16,445,656 12.767.543 TOTAL RESOURCES ....... . . . $1,304,482,482 $1,219,690,041 LIABILITIES Capital Stock ................ $ 30,000,000 $ 27,400,000 Surplus .................. 45,000,000 37,600,000 Undivided Profits ............... 28,947,253 33,583,193 Sub-Total ............ $ 103,947,253 $ 98,583,193 Reserve for Interest, Taxes, etc ........... 9,612,056 8,927,567 Discount Collected Not Earned .......... 10,381,980 9,242,155 Letters of Credit and Acceptances ......... 16,445,656 12,767,543 Deposits .................. 1,164,095,535 1,090,169,581 TOTAL LIABILITIES ........... $1,304,482,482 $1,219,690,0.4 DIRECTORS LAWRENCE M. ARNOLD Honorary Chairman WELLWOOD E. BEALL Senior Consultant, Boeing Company ROBERT S. BEAUPRE Pre,dent HENRY BRODERICK President, Henry Broderb;k, Inc. FRANK H, BROWNELLI JR, Seaff/ NORTON gLAPP refat, Wayrha Cmnpa/ JOHN M. DAVIS Partncr, tIwe, Davis, Riese & ]ones O. D. FISHER Chairman, Fisher Flouring Mills Co. CHAPIN HENRY President, H. C. Henry Investment Co. WILLIAM M. JENKINS Chairman FRANK E. JEROME Vice Chairman RICHARD E. LANG Chairman, Lang & Co. JOHN McGREGOR President, McGregor Land and Livestock Company ANSON B. MOODY Everett JOHN W. MURPHY President, Central Premix Concrete Co. CHARLES M. PIGOTT Executive Vice President, Pacific Car and Foundry Co, W. G. REED Chairman, Simpson Timber Co. VOLNEY RICHMOND, JR. President, Northen Comracrdal CO, CHARLES D. SAUNDERS Chairman, Executive Co,nmiftea ADOLPH D. St Chairman, Olympia Brewing Co. WILBUR W. SCRUBY Seattle ALFRED SHEMANSKI President, Fstem Outtlng Co. - WALTER W. STRALE Pavifio Northwest BeI$ TeIephone Compang WILLIAM $. Preside, GEORGE VAN J. A, SWALwELL D/re'tot gmer/l Seattle-First National Ban CNENF.Y BRANCH . . . 5,137GZ,5 I