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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 23. 1965 i Aedi-cal Lake NewS By Katherine Holloway CHILDREN LEARN TO SWIM YOUNG qhking an interest :in the uater in their back yard swim- ming pacl, Debra and Gary Huff, children of Sgt. and Mrs. La,rry Huff of Picnic Pines, have gone on to swimming les- sons and to winning many med- als ud trophies, When the faunly moved to Hawaii the children, at the ,age af four and five beg;an taking Red Cross .swimmAng; lessons and after three years they have firished begirmers, intermed- iate and swimmers arid now cmrmt take ,ny mere lessons unffi they are abotrt 12 years aid, when they can take life- saving lessos. The three and a hlff-ye-old brother, Jeff- cry, is just now begiming h's swimming lessons on the Fair- !child Base. Debbie and Gary entered the Yakima Kiuans swim meet last week ,and brought home more trophies and ribbons. Eighteen clubs participated. Debbie took a second in each of fly stroke, back strke and i free stroke. GaD' won three ribbons, fourt, h in breast stroke, fifth in free relay and i seventh in free stroke. They will both take part in the Ken- newi.ck Junior Olympics, July 24 ,and 25. August 3 at 1 p. m. is the date set for the Triangular meet with Fairchild, Toppenish and eheney at the base pool. The Fairchild swim cltrb invites the pubic to attend. STAPLES AT HOME Mr.  Mrs. Robert Staples are livirg in MeScal Lake fol. lowing th reeen marriage in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The bride is the former Miss Irothy Sla- gae, datghter of Mr..and Mrs. Jeff Sla, g;le of Kettle Pas. Sta- ples' parents are Mr. arid Mrs. Alffred Stapl.es of Medical Lake. The bride wore a crystal charm satin gea, with chap- el train attached to the waist. A 'aUn bad ,bed her Should- er length veil ad She carried a bouquet of white slas,ta dais- is. The makl of ,honor, Miss Midge Meyes; bridesmaid, Ms Carol Meyers and the glower girl, Cindy Hallet; all eausi,rm of the ride, ware tur- qtmise satin ,brcle gowns and carried daisies. Atfred W. Staples:, brother off the groom, was best man and Bruce PIehu as an usher, A reception was hetd in the din- in,g room of Hotel Colvile fol- lowing the ceremony. Asking were Miss Mary Ann Hamflont : Mrs. Synder, Mrs. Thomas Weeks and Miss Pare SCaples:, sister of the .groom, was in charge of the guest book. The bridegroom is empled at i Eastern State h, osplal. BABY SHOWER HELD Mrs. Beverly Johnson and Mrs. Mary Anderson were hos- tess, es .at a buby shower honor- i, ttg Mrs. Sue Berger We. es d:ar afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ruby Butts. Games were played fter which Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Mamie Parmeter entertained with ,aceo,rdian and piano se- lections. Refreshments were served at the clse 9f the afternoon to 12 guests. MASTERSONS HAVE SON , Mr. and rs. Greg Master-; son of Portland, formerly of i Medical Lake, are the parents of a son, Daniel. born July 15. Medical Lake  1936 Affer a illness of two weeks, little Lorren Repp died Wrmsd fxml menmtm. He was the so off M. md Mrs. Hem'y Rep of Igndieot ,g, vamison off ,Mrs. George Repp. Five more men ,have been ,lird on WPA project 325, the new phy fId for the ,high sClmol. At presert they move about 50 y.axds of rock dail% They witt start, ,a dirt for a fill and ph to ve a first class tbal fled vely When school be. Leretta Lefevre aM Arlene IrtsR have rveavered from li#t eases of nmmp. Dr, H. B. Pismmte is leaving Ag. 1 to become a member of the slmf at the Pend,teton seato haspiUd. Mr. l Mrs. Jack ad Norma and George Ber- vm visited  George Greyed- son family at Gerne over the weekend. Medical Lake  1945 Mms. Sue Duton ad Pfc. Joe Bt,mp were tmited in marriage at Iissaula July 20. Mr. and Mrs. tay Smith of Port OrVhad have purchased WaR's lrm orn Mr. mad Mrs. Oal Wters. bout 100 people atterMed the M, asonic and Iastet star picnic at the RoY Butts home. Mr. ,a'ml Ms. Virgil Greet and ohktdren were Sunday guests of Mrs. Mirmie Gate- wood. Mr. nd Mrs. StaMey Skmn left for their hame in Seattle after visiting reIatives here. T/sg't. Eugene Hackney and Cp. $oyce Kene met in Man- ila recen, tly and enjoyed a visit. Rev. and Mrs. Buff lstes were Sunda guests of Mr. antl Mrs. H. C. Thiemens. Medical Lake was sadfleed Friday by tim sudden death of Wt'llam Shell Garner. He was born in Arkansas in 1888. As a you lg man he was ma$ed to Dove Itames and the couple moved to Reardan vehere they farmed for ,several years be- ere moving to Medical Lake where they ,lived bout 47 ye ,as. Mrs. John Kwiatlmski and M. IMward Sonneimm enter. tained with a shower h .rg ls. James Wlard. The first relmion in 6 years of he Anti,son fn=y was .hem at the Fritz Gbreth ,home. Present were Mr. and M. IA0yd 'mAer, Sr., Mr. "-d Mrs. Lloyd Melcher Jr., and .family and Mr. and Mrs. Pom I:mlvev all off Spokane, Mr.  Mrs. Bi howalter off TyMr, Mr. and Mrs. Alvi Mc- Donald, Pend Overlie lake, Mr. and Mrs. Walter lelher an famiB.r of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McKinley f .Amber Mr. and Mrs. J;m lua,y, Med- icM Lake and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Anderso of Olympa. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Svdart and M. and Mrs. Kenehh Smith spent the weekend on the coast clam digging. Mrs. Brya S`haf and granddaughters, Sandra Mus- ser and Penny Kukuk attended ,the WRling Workers club meet- ing at the :tmme of Mrs. Herb Be/zer of Spangle. Attending the Grain Grow- ers meeting at Reardn Satur- day evening we.re Mr. arid Mrs. Albert Willms, Dick Willms John Hodgson and Mr. and Mrs. Clande Beatty. Medical Lake Pioneer Dies Huffh Peter Ghsgow, a for- mer custodY, an ,at the high schoel died Friday m.o,rrdrtg in a Spokane hospital, after being ill for some time with emphy- sema. Born on May 14, 1888 near Silver hke, he had spent most ,of ,his life in, this area. He was a rmer and worked in ogging in the Colvile are arid married Minnie McNeil there in 1917. He had been in Medical Lake since 1934, work- ing at Lakeland Village, East- ern State Hospital and at the h,ih school. He was an at- tendanit, carpenter and janitor. Surviving `him are his wife, Minnie at the home; two sons, LaVern H. of Moses Lake and Allan D. of Espanola; a broth- er, IIax, arid two sister, Mrs. Arzeila Phillips and Ruth Glas- gow, of Medical Lake. He lvas two grandchildren in Moses Lake and two in Espanota. Funeral services were he,d on Monday at the local Ball and D odd Funeral Home with the bual at Colville. SHOWER ON LAWN Sandra Reitmeier was the guest .of horror on Friday eve- ning at the home of Berneal Gilbreth for a yellow and blue bridal shower. About 40 guests gathered for the outdoor party. with decorations carried out in the hon, ored guest's clors. Hostesses were Lois Von Lethe, CI Swig;art, Doris Winan, Dorothy Kukuk and Bernel Gitbreth. Terri Nilles assisted Sandra with ,her gifts. SENIOR LEAGUE ACTIVE The baseball team caehed by Bll Smithpeters, which is in the Senior League o the Spo- kane County recreation group, lost its first game Sunday vchen they played West Valley there, by ,a score of 4-3. Lefty ,Lake ad Jim Bauman divided the pitchirg. This Sunday they will play a double header at Medical Lake with Eas Valley at 1:30, with the Morgan-Morgan game to follow. VO.AG CONVENTION SCHEDULED AUG. 2-6 A Votiorml Agrmflture teachers ,are required to attend the Aug. 2-6 Vo-Ag Con,vention, to be held in Belling. The theme of the coherence is "The VocationM Agriculture Man in the C`hanging World." Dr. Robert Taylor, director of National Center for research and advanced study for vo-ag education will be the keynote speaker for the first two days. Clarence V. Jean, chief of Por- eign Branch of the U. S. D. A. Marketing Branch, will also speak. CHURCH GROUPS BUSY Giving ward parties at East- ern State hospital this week were Reardan, Oheney and St. Mrk's Lutheran ch,urehes,, Mmaito EUB and Audu,ban Metlmd, is. Mr. arm Mrs. Claude Garner attended the Lance Hills 4-H club picnic on Sunday at Will- iams Lake. Mr. and Mrs. John Nichol of Lake Tahoe, Calif., arrived on Wednesday o spend a week with the Claude Beatties. On Thursday the A. J. MJlfovds of Tucson, Ariz. visited. Sun- day evening vim'tots were Mr. and Mrs. Carlie Jolley. On Monday the BeatUes drove to Colee Im for an averni, ffht camping visit with the re of the family. ,Mr. and Mrs. William Mayoh ad family of Chehalis visited from Wedrsdy until Friday at the C.lence DbNns lmme. Mr. and Mrs. Jot Kenworthy of Pasco were weekend visitors. S Tuesday until ThusdaS" ,at the Sharmmx Wel- bor home were Mr. and Mrs. Herm Smith off Cuba, Wis. The Wetbarrrs had j,u re- tured fl'om a woekend at Warm Sprirgs where Roland WelNym is ig. They also visit- ed with .M_r. Wetbern ad Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Wettma'n, far- mer employees at Lake. Sally S "'timsOn returned home this weekend after spending 10 days with her brothers and - ters. In Tacoma she visited ] O apt. and Mrs. Richard Strauss a:nd in Pertlav, d, wih Mr. and s. Sam Zern mad ,her broeh- er Bill. Mr. and Mrs. Rallh Chfhn of Hood River, Ore., were Sat- uvday overnight guests of the Sidney Jolmsens. They .had been cared to Ceur d'Alene for the serious condition of Roger Clflltn, Who ws hurt in n automobile avcident. Their son, Kenneth, returned home with them, after  visit with his grandparents. The Arlie BarteRs, the Ab Grifiths and Mabel Sheaf spent Saturday overniwht in the E1 Chr Creek area camp- ing. Monday visitors at the Carl Grub home were Mr. and Mrs. Prod Grub of Pullman. The Milton Kukuk family i drove to Plummer on Sunday to visit with the Bert and Jack Denny families. My. and Mrs. Robert Gear- lmrt of Spokane spent Three days last week wih the Irvin Imoffs. Joe Gleason was a vis- itor on Wednesday from Lew- iston. Friday evening visitors were Mrs. Roy Keene, Mrs. Jessie Clark, Mrs. Jeyce Keene and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dobbins. John Butts of Moscow, Idaho, was a guest at the ,home off Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butts the past week. Mike Rider is 'home from the hospital, feeling better. ,Saturday evening dinner guests at the Alton Toke home were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cogswell n!d family, Mr. and Mrs. ary Tooke and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Secord and son. Sunday dinner guests of the Chester Clutes were Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Clark arm Mrs. oy Keen. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Alber and daughter of Seattle visited with the Arly Baxtelts last week. Mr. ,and Mrs. Frank Hollins- head have finished their Col- onial type .house at 405 E. Fel- lows in Medical Lake and have invited the pu,blic to see it on Surday from 1 to 5 p. m. Visiting with Mrs. Ethel Sta- pies for the weekend were Mr. arm Mrs. Everett Lust and fam- ily ,of Central. The Earl Swansons recently spent .a week in Montana, and armther ia British Columbia at !,e ghost town of Barkerville. Mrs. Lusby of Varmo,uver ac- i compamed them and is spend- ing a week with the Swansoas. ,Mr. and Mrs.  SmAthpeter arid chIdrea spet a week in CMgary at the Stampede and at Barfff and Lake Louise. The Ea'sternt Star and Mason picmc will be hem at 6 p. m. on Saturday at the Earl Swan- son lmme. MAss Janet Aderhelt of Im- perial Beach, Calif., is spend- ing some time with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Plein. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mrgan and Jean of Burbank, Calif., are spendin,g 10 days with the Espanola News By Katherine Holloway NEW NEIGHBORS Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Swan- son have purchased the Harry Krell farm and after so.me re- modelling ]l'ave moved in. They come from the Waukon area, w'here they had lived for many years. Mr. Swanson's brother, Eric, makes Ms heme with them. Their sn, Gary, a grad- tate of the Rcardan high school this year, plans to at- teRd Community co,liege this fall. HAS RARE FLOWER Renzil Me,Lain is proudly shwing a rare flower that he has been caring for in .hs gar- den, called tan Allium. A mem- ber of the onion and garlic family, it was planted last fall ad tlis spring has ffrown to four feet tall. It has many leaves at the base and a hv- ender ball about five inches at the top, from which many tiny fowers are blooming. The flower has lasted for about a month, bringing many visitors to observe. GRASS FIRE ALONG RAILROAD A Thursday morning gass fire Mong the railroad traeks i east of Waukon brought fire ,trucks from Edwall, Cheney an!d Espanota. The fire, set by the passing train, was soon put Be Morgans. On Monday they and the Cl, aude Morgans and LonnJe of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Don Wynia were dinner guests of the Ben Morans The Rebecca picnic will be held at the home of Mabel Sh,oaf on July 31 at 7 p. m. FrierMs of Mrs. D. H. Robin son (Maude) will be interested to know she is at Westwod Terrace. The San Sloans were losts to a picnic at their ho,me on lYiday evening for the I. S. T. group wlto recently spent some time .at Alderbrook. The Sloans and Jimmy spent three days last week at `Lake Wallawa. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mah, on spent a week at Deer Lake with their !three 'gmndehildre,n, Ptty and !Susie Henry 'and Bobby M_`h.an of Spokane. , lbel Shoaf visited Thurs- :@ay with Mr. and Mrs. George Goldsmith in Spokane. out, laving burned a,heu five acres .of pasture beio,nging to Otto Mgnuson and Howard Williams. CARD OF THe-KS We wish to thank the many friends and neighbors for their kindnesses, inc:luding flower.s, cards and other gifts during the recent illness and loss of our husband and brother. Mrs. Hugh Glasgow and fam- ily. jy23 Frank Selfridge played soft- bah at Edwall on Tuesday and Wednesd, ay evening and ater- wards the family visited with the Bill Broyles family. On Saturdtay Putt Self.ridge and children visited with Roherta Maurer and Donell at Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Henner of Mansfield were Saturday sup- per guests of the Selfridges. On Sunday the Self ridges visited !with the Rod.n,ey Butlers in Spo- kane and h'ad dinner. The Gordon Hodgson family were among 75 rehtives taking part in the Hodgs,on family pic- nic at the Rockford park on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hodg- son and Shirley spent Saturday afterrmon with the Scot Hart- sons at Tekoa. The Lyold Kn'apps returned home on Friday after several weeks of siffht-seeing in the Canadgan lckies. They also visited friends at Jasper and visited gt Waterton take. Monday visitors at the home of Anmada Albe,rts and Renzil McLain were Mr. and Mrs. Ir- xdn, Imhoff. During the week visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manke, Mrs. Lta Tit- son and Mrs. Elsie Pehrson. On Saturday Amanda visited with Mrs. Ehel Rolls in Spo- kane. In the evening Renzil and Amanda attended the Washington, Pioneer ice cream social at the home of Etlith Maggavt. Vi,siting with the A1 Willms from Tucson, Ariz., are Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Millford. They -rrived on Thursday and will be sperding a few weeks in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kirk and family are here from Pom- eoy to visit a,lso. Sunday din- nor guests in addition were Mr. nd Mrs. Dave Helming off Veaukon ,and the Marvin Wlms fancily. Sunday visitors at the Rich- ard lnke lome were the C. M. Muilen family of Spolane. Miohelle remain iledW f es ' days with l' ens. Piclnicking with._ Knapps on Sun i home were Mr. an Hagen and MickaeI Minnie and Dave l,r, Mr..and Mrs. Gro,[ / 0[ of Da, venprt. Don t forget the, nic this Sunday at the old l%rrin, gton ] lake. Coffee anti be furnished. asked to bring vice plus a fried Lin5a Von her 16th birthday ,at Silver lake. Att Mr. and Mrs. Earl and Karen, Mr..a Hig;gins and a East, Wendy and 2 Dianne Peters and Lehe. The Saturda ed with an evening Sunday visitors Reitmeier home Mrs. Plfil Tarhert Green .of Da tell Greenwood co and Sandr,a spent the weekend lake ,and dropped meters for a visit. The Jack Cogswells and Cogswells drove to on Sunday to attealai; picnic at the home |d Mrs. Dick Willms.][  Cramers of Sprag Cliff Allens of M- were also present. Tuesday supper Bill McGourins we Mrs. Stanley Sw and Erie Svcanso'_ and Mrs. Claude . Brian and Mark. :in and Donna Mu the bridal shover |' Sandra Re:tmeie.  r evening m Medical Smith arid sons of Saturday visitors. @a,ry Mann to Priest Gourins called on Swansons roll ing visitors were Mrs. Don Lambert. Mih:elle .l.,.l br Jack Lewler was,an iter. The John Labisi tended a picnic Williams lake with  Ruyps, the Joe Ib Llewellyn and Celi'a Jerry Labishes Check out with an NBofC check You can do your week's shop- ping with one twenty dollar bill, a ten, a five, three ones, a fty-cent piece, a quarter, a dime and three pennies. Or... simply write $38.88 on your NBofC check. Life is so much simpler when you use modern checking convenience. But there's more to the story: An NBofC check gives you a permanent 00AT0000AL record of what you spend and where. And if you decide on a Special Checking Account at N BofC, the cost is just a dime a check. There's no other charge to pay. Nor is a minimum balance required. Either way, a complete statement is mailed to you each month. Open a convenient checking account at your NBofC office SOON! BAI00I @IF CM00MEIRCI00 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation MEDICAL LAKE OFFICE: S. 120 Broad Street-DON R, WINANS, Manager