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i} Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, July 24, 1964 Medical Lake News BIDS IN ON GOODS Darigold will furnish milk for the 1964-65 school lunch program. Low bidder f, or bread was Cortinental Bakery. Funv ishing fuel oil will ,be Union Oil, for the light oil, arm Black Line Asph&apos;,dt Co., heavy. John W. Graham wlt provide text books and American Seating Co. vciU provide foldirg tables. Things are being readied for the fail term with repair- ing of bulletin boards and Id- in,g cabinets and cha, lk boards where needed. VISITORS EXPECTED Bob Lindemuth, coordir;ator of Federal Products, was ex- pected Tuesday to check on any matters concerning ordi- nances 815 .and 874. With the state department of instruc- tion, BiU Bloom wiI,1 be here Thursday to confer wih the superintendent of Lakeland and Eastern HospitM on ex- tended education programs. Huff was in Olympia Jly 15 to meet with state superined- elts regarding the summer school program. MRS. MERMILLIOD DIES Mrs. Juli.ete MermLtliod, 58, died July 18 at her home. She! had been home from Sacred' Heart hoslaital only a short time. She was prevalent the past .two years of St. Anne's Altar Society and had lso served as area chairman for the Medical Lake career drive la.st year. She was born on February 19, 1907, at Alexandria, La. A registered urse, she gradu- ated in ] 927 from the nursing school of Hotel Dieu in New Orleans. The Mermiliods came to Medical Lake from lAver- more, Calif., 3 years ago. Survivors are her ;httsband, Warran, at the home; a son, Warren John, Medical Lake; and a grand,Child. She has a brother, A. J. Hardy, in Alex- andri, a. RoSary was said Monday evening at Ball .ad Dodd, with the funeral Tuesday morning at St. Anne's church. Father Kowrach officied. Btmial was at Holy Crbss cemetery. CARMEN CARTER FETED Miss Carmen Carter, bride elect of Lt. Edward Sn, neborn : Jr., was hormred with a bridal shower Moaday evening at ihe .home of Mrs. Balyn Durkee, with Betty Calliima as co- hostess. The table was decor- ,ated with a wedd'mg be]l filled 'ith pink and white rosebuds with streamers. Mrs. Kendall Beal wet, the game prize. Guests were Barbara Bacon, Cmolyn Kuelme, Lure Rapes- bug, Ann Sonneborn, Sharon Bates, Mart Iastwoud, Martha Garland, Thelma Jn, Eva Hines, Mrs. Beal, Mrs. C. C. Carter and Martlyn Durfee. REBEKAHS WILL PICNIC Rebekahs and their guests witl have a picnic in the city pzrk July 25 at 6:30. I.AMARS HAVE SON S/4 and Mrs. Gerrald Lamar are the paren,ts of a son, weigh- ing 7 pounds and 13 ounces, born at Fairchild hospital July 14. Jeffrey Scott joins a bro- tlmr, Richard, at the home. Mrs. Lama and children are leaving for Portlfind where they will live er the next year. GRANDMA BACON DIES hh's. Orie Bacon, "Grandma" to many, died Monday ter- noon at Westwood Manor. She had been there since breaking her hip May 31. She will be buried at Spokane Memorial Garrdens Thursday with ser- vices at Ball and Dodd in Spo- kane. Mrs. Baccn was born in Iowa on February 11, 1874. She and H. O. Bacon came o th state in 1899. She is survived by two sons, Merle Bacvn, wih Whom she made her home, and Fr Bacon, Spokane; two daugh- ters, Bhnche Kuehne, Keller, Wash., and Nam11a Rothlis- berg, Riverde, Calif., and a sister, Florence Lister, Fill- more, Cafif..There are 10 By Katherine Holloway gra.ndehildren and 24 great- gran, dclitdren. "Grandma" Bacon celebrat- ed ,her 90th birthday last Feb- ruary with .an open, house in the city hal,1. Many of her friencs and ,rel'aUves were prent to wish er well. She will .be well-remembexed, as she was always busy making something for others. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Nick Haidy spent 10 days visiting in Can- ,ado. Mrs. Iaidy's birthplace was visited at Hanna, Alberta, where she renewed otd friend- ships. They attended the Cal- gary Stampede, visited at Banff and Lake Louise and re- turned home by way of Pen- tcton. Visiting at ,the Grub home for ,several days were Donald Craig and son Bruce of Centra- lia. Lefty Glasgow .and family stopped at the Hugh Glasgow lmme Sunday for several days before returning home from a camping trip i.n Canada. Bttch Gimmerig of Wen'at- chee spent the weekend a,t the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Biggs of Spokane were Surtday evening visitors. Don Kunuk has discarded his crutches and is recovering from ,an peration on s knee. He was injured in football. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Gilbreth znd daughters of Metaire, La.,, left last week for Chair home l Mter spending two weeks at the Gbreths, Krelis  on the coast. For the weekend the Gilbreths, Altair, 3hn Brewer the Winans ,and Swiarts drove to Waapum dam to vacation with the Norm Hughes family of EIlensSrg. Steve Gilbreth of Spokane spent m<st of st week at the Gfl, breh. At pres- ent the Jim Snyder family of Huntsile, Ala., are visiting at the Gibreth. Miss Marilyn Durfee of Lynn, Mass., is spending sev- eral weeks ,at the Wam Dur. fee ;home. Saturday they drove to Twisp .to take Tom Dtmfee with the to Lake Ghehn for the weken.d. Mr. and Mrs. ar44 Stut- her spent the weekeml f,hing at Almota, on he Snake river. tIaroM came ,home wh a.n 18 pound salmon, measuring near- ly  yard lng. Lyle Fuson of Hobo, Ore., was home with his parents, the I Lyle Fusons, from Tuesday until Friday. Alvin Ptien entered the vet- erms hospital Tuesday for surgery Wednesday morning. Mrs. Elsie Svenson came home from Deaconess hospital Monday after having surgery Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Weather- ill of Palmdale, O., arrived on Monday for a few days visit with the R. J. Weatherills and the Roy Weatherflls. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Weltmrn ' of Butte, Mont., are spending several weeks with the Sher- man Welborns. Mr. and Mrs. Don Wynia re- t)trned home from Denver, Colo., a ,seek ago 'after visiting with ,their son, Dan Wynia: While there, Dan flew to Spo- kane and visited with ,his grandparents, *he Ben Mor- gn:s. Mrs. Ray Anderrson drorve to Staawood Tuesday to visit ,vith the J. L. Johnson family !or a week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kukuk of 3pokane were Saturday eve- ning visitors at the Milton Ku- kuk home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Denny of Plummer were Sun- day visitors and stayed for Attention, Ladies Within an 8 Mile Rufus Of Four Lakes Call or Write MRS. G. MOSER FOUR LAKES FOR AVON PRODUCTS supper. The Fred Kirchffers of Sprague also visited. FIRST GAME PLAYED The girls softball team, coached by Liz Ordiway, played its first game of the season with the Fairchild team, Iosing 23-9. The group that is coached :by Jessie Clark will pl,ay this week. e FROM THE PAST Medical Lake  1924 A rmmber of old settlers and families picpAcked on the Chore of Clear Lake at ;he old camp .-round on the Harris place July 13. A 'straw vote on presi- dential candidates was: (3ooi. idge, 17; LaPel]ate, 15; and Da- vis, 13. Miss Mabel Ado-ns, Mecal Lake, will graduate from the manuel arts ck.'ass of the Nor- mal school summer quarter. She is the first girl in the hs- tory of the Normal school to graduate from that depart- ment. 1934 I,eslie Nail, formerly of Med- ical Lake, is ru rmin*g fr Sher- iff of Stevens county on the democratic ticket. Fu.,neral services were held for George J. Repp, 72, who passed away Friday following a brief illness. Survivors are i h:s widow, Amelia; four soaas, I George of Spokane, John of Reardan, Henry of Endicott, and William, at the home; five daugtrters, Mrs. Justine Pat- terson, Mrs. Marilyn Yaeger of Spokane, Mrs. Lydia W'dhTns and Mrs. Christine Willms of Espanoh and Miss Elsie Repp at he home. Supervisor L. H. Menser of the custodial sclmal and his bride, the former MAss Nelda thae Fatty of Egeland, N. D., arrived here Sunday to make their home. They were mar- ried at Egdand July 10. Mrs. A. A. McIntosh left for her home at DeWberry, Alber- ta, after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Paterson. A family reunion was held Smday at the Peterson home that included M. Ado Per- son, Mr. and M_vs. Julius Schwartz and son Fva,nk, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Dvavum, Mrs. Vilma Becher, Mr.. and Mrs. Melton Paterson and la.vmond Paterson of Spokane and Mrs. McIntosh. Miss Catherine Chadoin has resigned from the Medical Lake teaching staff to take a positon at Cash,mere. Mrs. J,osephne Henry has been elected to succeed her. Mr. arid Mrs. Harvey Schnell .are parents of a daughter born July 12. 1944 A recepton, hororing the P.ev. and Mrs. Coates, was held at the Community church. A program was presented by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris and Mr. ,and Mrs. Frank Brett. Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Tesch are parents of a girl, born June 29 Boy Scouts at scout camp or, Diamond Lake are Bill and Ben Brown, Jim Gilbreh, Glen Thiemens and Robert Nelson. S.Sgt. Eugene Hackney and wife are spending a 20-day furlough with relatives. Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. tl. W. Schnell and eldren vis- t Mzss Edna Robinson of Spo- ited friends in Med!ical Lake [kane. , last week.  [ The Gordon Hodgsons we,re The Bert Denny family r-lSunday dinner guests at th, ported seeing a six-point deer lL. C. Hodgsons at Veradale. in their garden Wednesday]Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moll, DeS and morning. Barbara of Deep Creek were 1954 Medical Lake young people attending the Assembly of God summer camp at Newman lake are Frances Whitmore, Gall Hackney, Marsha and Mary Hiilbrick, Cheryl Bald- win, Camile Apgar, lay Fos- ter, Shirley and Joyce Nance, Douglas Johnson, Jerry Hol- ten, Alfred Staples, Butch Den- ton,, and Jmmy and Timmie H!llbrick. Harold Fleharty, lay reader for St. Timothy's Episcopal churOh, will enter the theolog- ical seminary at Berkeley, Calif. Picnicking at Deer Lake Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Heyer, Mr. 'and Mrs. ttarry Watson and Rose Mary, Mr. ,and Mrs. Fran Lleweyn .and children, Rita FaR and A1 Brenton. Espanola News By Katherine Hoil0way GRANGE TO PICNIC Espenola Grange wll picnic Suedes, at Comstock Park at 1 p.m. All grangers and guests are asked to bring fried chick- en, in addition to their picnic: lunch. Coffee and ice cream will be farni'shed. If you are interested in hep- ing with grange booth for the Interstate Fair this al, here will be a p}anning meeting Friday evening at 8 .o'clock at the haU. BEATTIES HAVE TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beattie. accompanied by their dough- tar, Mrs. Fred Pope, and child- ren, 'drove to Philomagh, Ore., two weeks ago to attend the Beattie family reunion. They were met there by Mr. Pope to go to the.h- home in Wood- land, Ca}if. The Beatties re- mained to attend the Philo- magh CoBege homecoming. Titey also spent some time in Waldport and at Nev@ort Beach, returning home through Rainier Nation'al Park. he past weekend ws spent at Curlew Lake, where the Al- vin Janssen family of Okan- ogan ,and the Herb Gselbegs of Spokane joined them. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Mrs. Sally Wilims celebrated ber,hihday Wednes@ay with a dinner at ,her home. Guests were the Bob Kirk family, the A1 Wilhns arm Gary Meyers, the Cecil Jahrons of Cheney and the Wflhrm farny. PERSONAL MENTIONS Wednesday evening guests at the A1 Willrns home were the Donald Mayors arnly of Black Diamond, Wash. They :dsited unlil Friday afterloon. Vi:sitors on Thcrsday were the John H. Weyens and the Bob Kirks. Sunday, the Willms vis- ited with Oharl:ie and Annie P!ocker. She is ,home from the hospital. Dave and Minnie Peter,n drove to" Deer Park Briday for dinner with Mrs. Re,ha Peter- sorl. Mrs. Anna Magnuson and Mrs. Belle Grartseen accompan- ied Mr. and Mrs. Leo Holzna- ;el to Diamond Lake Sunday to visit with the Larry Holz- no,gel family. Tuesday visitors at the Mer- vyn McClures at Mondovi were, the I}l. McGourins.. Fi'da. y , guests at the McGourins were, Mr. and Irs. Louie tMlzer and HALT EN61NE WEAR! There's a remarkable new ashless detergent in RPM deposit-free Motor Oils. It keeps combustion chambers clean and engine parts so free of sludge you can get thousands of extra miles from the engines in your farm equipment. You'll find exactly what you need with "RPM"--the only complete line of deposit-free motor oils. RPM Supreme- an all-season, multigrade motor oil that can save up to 15% in gas. RPM Special--the only single grade,   ) deposit-free motor oil available. AL HASKINS Standard Oil Distributor 235-6378, Cheney Spots In The COOL CUSTOMERS in zoo Tuesday visitors. The Barl Von Lehe family spent Sunday at he .Clear Lake home of the Higgons. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reit- meier and Sandy visbted in Davenport Smaday with Mr. and Mrs. Phil Tarbert ,and their guest, Allene Green. Having Sunday d'mner with the Jack (3ogsave,Hs on Sunday were the Dick Willms of Deer Park and the Boh Cramers of Spangle. Janice Cogswell re- turned home with the Cramers to spend a week. Vi, siors last week at the Carl Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. John Bisch, Portland, Lena Sobek, Edwal, and Phil Schmitt, Valley. Katherine Kolloway and girls camped .at Ste,oe Butte Saturday evening. They visited with Mrs. Leo Addington of Pire City and spent Sunday picking apricots at Penawawa. 'the Gary Webleys spent the weekend with the Jotm Lessors at M;oses Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Me1 Arnold at- tended the nuptM Mass at St. Anne's church .and he rece.p tion honoring the 50h anni- versary of Mr. ,and Mrs. Leo Bureau on Sunday. Marshall News t By Carol Yates YANKEES WIN The Windsor Yankees won a game with the Nine Mile Fal- c,ns by a score of 19-16. Tuesday, the Yankees de- feated the Four Lakes Flyers, I 27-0. The tournament began Men- day night at Fisher Field in Cheney. They first played the Cheney Lions. PERSONAL MENTIONS The Bedient family we.re guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. George Cheerers Tuesday after their return from a vaoation at the coast. i CAMP OUT HELD The MarSh'll Commu,nity church youth group held its annttal youth camp out last :weekend. The grouo of 26 left Spoka, ne Friday nht and had ,a weiner rot after they 'reached camp. They enjoyed hikes, fishi, ng and other ac- tiviies. Saturd, ay aftern, eon they j.ourneyed to Wai, tts Lake, where they enjoyed a swim- ruing party before their rettrn trip lome. pool in Bedfordshire, England, are mother hippo Belinda and year-old son, Leander. MUDDY BUT Roddy Ryan, 2, Wis., finds mud at least. RADIATION REGALIA: French soldier models new garment for use in case of nuclear attack. H COMPACT is one word for ke5 of new Honeywell 2200 " computer. It operator control of programs in memorY, to write instructions directly into memory THE BURNING OF THE Ixc ITING , YHE'89" 1Ptll G WILL CHILDHOOD BE THE ONLY THEY WILL KNOW? Personal freedom can slip away a little at a time, as quietly as chil- dren grow. It can be destroyed by forces from within our borders. Subtle forces-like the steady ex- pansion of Federal Government in business, and the effect it has upon our daily lives. Already our Federal Government owns many thousand businesses. In the field of electricity alone the out- put of Federally owned electric plants has now increased to more than 15% of the industry's total. And there are those who would put the government even deeper itt ness. When any government business, it can control both and jobs. When it does tel1 you where to work, live, even what to do or say, In the light of this, can any reason for our own and manage any electric power and light, is not needed? Isn't it best to that to the companies who proved that the American of individual effort are what i our nation strength? THE WASHINGTON WATER Electric and Natural Gas