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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, Jiffy 30, 1965 Medical Lake News "':'-'1 By Katherine Holloway Open House Held in Colonial Home Frank and Edl,a Hellinsheed were hosts to 120 persons at an open .house Sunday afternoon at 405 E. Fellows. A large porch with four pil- lars shades the ,ling room and bedroom ,on the second floor and the taylight basement. Thts is the lime anniveesaxy off the :house, started just a yar ,go with lvank dirg mst of the work hmsef. He retired as ihead electrian from Lakelarrd Village in February after spending 18 years in the electrical department and the greater sh, ae off the work on their home las been done since then. Being ,a jack-of-all-trades, his love is waodworkin,g o any kind. This house gives him room to follow his hobby And ng of hobbles, Edna has many. She has, for three and a half years, been at Lakeland and at present is atterdant counselor .on Adams Hall. In her spare time she. knits, crochets, sews, does textile painting and hopes to do some oil paintirg. And maybe, if time permits, She win do some eAa,mics. In the entry way of their home is a large aquarium, .stocked with many gem fish. One stairway leads to the day- light basement antd the other to the main floor. Here, ever-- hed, is a large tapestry of . IAgh ,fixtures here and in the ingdiving area are, ef white and blue crystal priss, w,hiea make delighul pa- trns ,on the ceilhrg at mght. urniture w i 11, eventmally, match the cotolial type drpes. On the main :lr m'e two bed- rooms, a bath, kitchen and family deck The basemen has a ,bath, utility, Shop, sewing room, bem and fruit roo. HeYpi, ng with he open he,me were Mrs. Mary Ann Weather- il `arid Dr! Man Hutton. TWILIGHT TEAM The Twight team, coached by Gary Gibreth, played a dou, bleheader Saturday eve- iug with Ca1 Srmth and lost the irst, 12 to 3, md vn the second, 6 to 5. GIANTS The Giants, which  coached by BII Smithpeters, l had a split last week. They beat Ease Valley 10 toO with Jim Bau- man pitching and laCer lost to Morga aml Morgan 3 to 2 with Leery Lake pitching Larry B`au- nmn was the }eadiI hitter, wth three in each gme. 12 AND 13-YEAR OLDS e twelve and thirteen year olds, kown at the Fcons and coached by Jolm South won over Lynnwoed Six 14 to 8. Iad}g hitters were Richy South, Rod Ven Ihe ami Bb- by Ehrgott. The Falcons and the Lakers ll meet with their families August 6 at 6 p.m. for a pot hmk dinner, oeter which awards of trophys ad certificates be made. GRUBS HAVE SON Mr. and Mrs. Mi,ligan Grub re the pren off a son, Keith rl, born July 24 at Deaeml. es lmspital. He weighed eg, ht potmds. J SWIMMER WINS NICKNAME i tight year old Debra, Huff is known in the swimming circle as rubber ,arms. She ened the nickname Saturday at Ken- newick, when she broke the record in the fly stroke for eight years of age and under during the trials. Her time was 21.8 and in the firml sherbet another record, tat of 20.2 She was ,edged out in the finals tlmugh by armflmr ,swimmer Wlm 'made it in 20 flat. This left her with a se.cond place. Some 700 children took part in the swim meet. ary Huff, her brother, took part but ws dis, qualified. The two will take part in meets nearly every week end this s.mmer, with the Pairchild meet to be held August 3. Boys Win Sbre In Baseball Tourney The takers ball team coach- ed by Charles Billups, won their two games last week. Gar- den Sprngs forfieted to Medi- cal Lake by n o showing fv the game and Mead lost Thurs- day with a score of 17 to 4. A.11 the players were doing their best hitting. YOUNG ADULTS SWIM Fifth graders .ad up, of the Community church, met with their teachers at the lake home of Ken Breyles for a day of de- votions, swimming, water ski- ing and eating, JuLy 23. Twenty eight were present with teach- ers, Peggy Broyles, Jne South, Marflyn Cook atd La- QueYa Billups. Bob Rodgers of Spokane w the speaker. The Gerald Dobbins family of Fairfield were Sunday din- nor guests 'at the ClarenCe Dol> bins hne. Mrs. Errol Enghsh e:ered the Fairchiild ,hspital on Wednesday for rainier surgery F, riiday. She expects to be home this week. Saturday the John Hiffgins amily drove to Priiest lake to visit with the John Beetef fam- ily. The tstern Star and Maso pcnic that was h ed Saturday at the Earl Swanson home was attended by abot 40 personS. The Clmrles Gailergers of SIx- kane were Sunday visitors. Mrs. tubby returned home to Van- couver Saturday. Mr. `and Mrs. George Pahner returned ,hwne Friday ater speading three weeks at Hot Swings, Merit. Mr. Pahner }s feeling much better. Mrs. Arma Malone and Billie Jean .spent the weekend in Richlard with Mrs. LeVy Mey- ors. ary Ellen stayed at the Pa, kner ,home. Mrs. EHery Spent the week- end ,at the Fren Grub b2ome at PtHan. George Palmer nd Ben R,eh'ardson of Spokane dove to Elnsburg Sunday to at- terd a State Department World War 1 Barracks meeting. Mrs. Mabel Sheaf, the Oscar Musser family arm the Lm Dmieison family spent the weekend at Lake Thomas. James Williams, who has been in, the Vets hospital, re- turned home on Friday aI his wife relmts ,he  feeling good. Deedy Richards of Spo,Imne spent the weekend with Janie Tyson. Mrs. Stalle* spet the week- end maping at Pond Orielle on Medical Lake 1945 Mr. and Mrs. Lance Peteman of Wenatchee .and Mrs. u&y Oelk ,of Grandview spent the weekend ,at the George Deh- lrre frame. A Red Cross school in life- saving and swimmiIg will. be ,hed at Bartelt's  August 6 to 17. Miss Hazel Mclherson, certified Red Coss safety in- structor, will teach. Sixty people enjoyed the icnic given by the members of the Rebeka'h lodge st Thursday. It was held on the 1.,avCn of the Ben Morgan hmne. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ptllips have been spending the sum- mer in Hot, Montana Mr. Lavin brought in the first grain of the season to the Centemfial elevator July 30. Medical Lake 1936 A weddi,ng f ecal interest took place Wednesday when Miss Helen Bm'kert, d'agnter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barkert prominent rarmhers near here was ,, married to Norman Mi at the Pentecosta,1 church in Spokane. Among the Medical Lake friends who attended were Mrs. J. O. Young and Emma Yourg, Mr. and Mrs. Yartin Johnson, Flose John- yon and Mrs. Nels Oon. Irene Young is wrking for l Mrs J. M. Paul who lives two] mies beyond Deep Creek. A surprise party was given at the Lyman Eecles home in honor of Mary Ecces' eleventh birthday. The Q. J. Lefewes, Mrs. A1 Svenson, Mrs. Io Chdstenson arid E. J. Morris were all SPO- kaa,e visitors Saturday. Riley creek with Pam Staples and Mi.'dge and Terry Meyers ,of Spokane. They visited at the Girl Scout toundup. arion arming, wlm is in the Veterans hospital, is ding very well and enjoying com- pany. Saturday evenirg visitors at the Gharle oiley home were Mr. and Mrs. Elton Thompson, Jan a,nd Joy, Mrs. Verda Thompson and ,Mr. Wilmer Prindela of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dicu, s and Steve ,of Twsp were weekend visitors at the Leanard Dicus heme. Mr. Dicus has been in ill :health for awhile. The Ed Mah, ons were dinner guests ,of the E. L. Mahon Jr. one day last week. The Ab Griffiths 'and the At- lie Bartelts spent Sunday pic- nicking at Granite creek. The women of the Commun- ity church had to hold their i Tuesday Fellowship indoors last week because of the rain. A nice group attended. Dick Heyer and Orville O1- sen spent several days salmon: fshing at Westport. Recent visitors at the John BaH home were Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bo,uffh of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Rose of Monroe. Monday evening the Rose and Bail families visited with the Claude Beatties. Espanola News By Katherine Holtoway GRANGE PICNICS Fifty-seven were present at Fish take for the Espano,la Grarge picnic held Sunday. Horse shoes, swimmirb and visiting were enjoyed. SHOWER GUESTS :Sardra Reitmeier a,s the guest of ,honor at a personal Slower Friday evening at the lmme ,of Teary N'ffies. Guests were Bey I-Iarmo, Mary Bren- eman, Theresa Tabor, Evelyn lasrnussen, Dianne Von Lobe, Terri Musser and Kaven Idew- eilyn. Sandra will he married, Saturday "evening to Steve Greenwood of BaBoo. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Mrs. Lavina Swanson celebra- ted her birthday Sun d,ay wish a picnic at iher tme. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Duke Svmson lr. and Mrs. Vern Pietz, Mr. l a,nd Mrs,. Bil McGourin and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wei- pert, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Von Lehe and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Peper, Mr. arid Mrs. Norm Anderson. Lirtda Von Lobe, Susy Irish and Cheryl Krupke, Lorri Anderson and Gin, y, Stanley ,mad Eric Swal- son. Dro in guests later in the day were Mr. and Mrs. We. Bly of Harvington arid Ires WiLson of Wauken:. Mrs. Swanson was the guest of honor at the birth- day club .on Monday at the home ,of Dors An.dson of Wauton. Attending the open house at the Frank Hllnsheads Sun- dy were Minnie and Dave Pe- terson and Amanda Alberts and Renzil MeClain. , Tuesd`ay callers at the Mc- Gourin home were Mr. and Ms. Chris Johnson and sons of Spokane. Thursday visitors were Mrs JOhnson and Chris. onday evening diar guests at th.e Gus Pehrson ome were Mr. and M. Los John,son of Spokane. and Luis Pottratz. On Wednesday eve- nin'g the Pehrsens ..called on t,h, Ca, rk Cole* in Medical I.ake. David Rupp of Ada, Ore- gon was a weekend visir a the John Labish home. Larry and Lysle Hedgson 'are spending Boone time ,at Lind at the Str0hmeier ranch ,harvest- ing. Giny Stmoeier was ml overnight guest ef Shirley Hedgson on Sunday. The Mat Rmlng family of Spokane and Katherine Holo- way and family picnicked Sun- Combine Carefully To Safeguard Wheal Clayton B. Kelsey, County Extension Agent With somewhat stiffer U.S. grade standards for wheat in effect this year, harvest meth- ods can make considerable dif- ference in the dollar returns from the 1965 crop, Clayton B. Kelsey, County Extenaion agent said today. Proger combine ad- justment and operation to re- duce grain damage ca help meet the stiffer grade stan- dards. Kel. added. Noting that excessive cylin- der speed probably is the cause of grain damage under VCash- ington conditions, he offered these suggestions concerning cylinder speed and other ad- justmen,ts to safeguard qtaity. Most manufacturers revom- mend speeds for wheat of 800 to 1,000 rpm's depending on the ,cylinder size. Experierme in Washington, however, indicates that even lower speeds are bet- ter urder certain crop condi- tions. If the combine is cracking too much grain, ,a further re- duction in cylinder speed is indicated. Increasing the cylin. der concave clearance and the shoe sieve opening may also help. But be sure this doc,sn't add to the amount of trash going into the grain tank. If parts of the grain heads are passing unthreshed into the bulk tank, it's a good idea to increase slightly the shoe sieve opening. Unthreshed portions will then pass over the sieve to I the tailings and return to the cyRder for re-threhin,g. In- creasizg the cylinder sveed and decreasing cylinder concave clearance may also help, pro- vided tMs does not damage the grain. If large ,amounts of straw or Idh-yieMing wheat overtoad Ithe machine, reduce the ground speed. This saves grain and re- duces the amount of trash going into the bulk tank. Ex- cess trash increases dockage. A combine that threshes and cleans well in the morning may need a different setting to do a good job in the afterrmon. The best way to catch and cor- rect improper adjustments and thus to hold grain damage to a minimum, Kelsey said, is to Check frequently the kind of job the combine is doing throughout the .harvest season. 4-H Program Helps Teens Acquire Safe, Sane Driving Habits "Driv'mg an .automobile is one of the greatest privileges we have :as American citizens," sad the only girl to claim nat- torml honors last year in the 4-H Automotive program. She is Sherrel Stephens, 18, wlm knew what she was tMkirvg about when she won (me of six $500 schel'arships in competi- tion with 31 boys and 9 other girs from coast to cast. Sher- tel live,s in Guymon, Okla. Now throughout the state scores of teenge licensed drivers arid pre-drivers are un- dergoing practical and inten- sive tvanng ,outlined in the zrathonal 4-H Automotive pro- ;ram conducted by the Coop- erative Extension Service. This prigs, am is the only one of its kind in the U. S. mg an effort to reach pre- drivers. As one county exten- sion agent remarked: "A boy ,or l of 14 ,or 15 is ,tn1y for irfformation on driving. Be. ore they reach their 16th birthday they are eager to ,learn. But after they g that little piece of caboard per- mRting them to drive, they be- come instant experts." Proof that they do nat he- came ,astant experts is the fact tlmt persons of 25 years of age and under, who represent 15 per cent of the drivers, ave 30 per cent of the tvfic acci- dents. V6hy? Lack of judgment .nee- essaa'y to cope with modern day tafic and impIx)oer driv- ing attitude, say safety author- ities. Not .'havirg the rght at- day t he, :kome of Mr. and titude contribute* up to 85 per ,Mrs 3im Heptma t Tyler cent ........ vslT, lng WlrJ1 1lle uarl J(nn- Four t,n membt:s in v,h .son, s durrg the week were Phil cou-,- _'-" .... ,h - " ....... ehmitt a,n the Hm, ry Reillys"" t uzzy are e.ngme for a _spec- o(Ch-e:ne, d J:l 4-H ,automotive key chain. '. " - . . Jhe most outstanding project p&peo'.gleSeraY M. I 00nrth00ee.0000re tm g p Magnuson, Mrs. Belle Franseen the Nationlal 4-H CIub Oan and OLive and Neff Schanitt. ,lVir and Mrs. Richard Manke and Mrs. Evelyn Lee Oampeell of California were Sard,ay dinner guests at the Robert Lees in Mediva,1 Lake. 0 Sun- day the Manke* and Mrs. Camp- bell drove to Payee to visit the Dick Mankes arm baby daugh- ter, Lisa. Frid`ay overnight guests at the home of Minnie and Dave Peterson were Mr. and Mrs. at lcago next fall. For the six best in the nation there will he $500 scholarships that can be used for college, voca- tional raining ov any other kind of 'approved education. have purchased a house in ]s- panola and with their three children are mak'mg their home here. They are foam St. Louis. Mr. Murray has been in Frankhn San,berg and Maxine the service for 18 years. Mrs. of Min,n!epolis, Minnesota_ Murray is a daughter of Mr vrr ann lvzrs lelrmad vnie- an a  .... ,- , ........ ,_/ . . . . , ,, urs. jacl DI2rlIIILU, WIfO mens joined the Beard TMe-l.have the eafe in Mcal Lake mens army oz an vanciscel Visitin, u,ith the Jim Mur- Sunday at :the MarLin Thiemens J rays for  ,';,0 ,r u,  t Horsesh, oelake .. . ]Mrs. Aubuchon of San Fernan- tr. ann twrs. Jim lvmrray Ido Valley t T00iA celebrate Verran's 12th birth- qI,r News day on July 26th. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ruckman By Wanda Stengle ad Mrs. Logan of Spokane,! FAMILY GET-TO-TOGETHER Mr. and Mrs. Arley Ableman, i Mr. and Mrs. John Maurer Lloyd Ableman were Sunday e,ntectained several relatives at Sunday dinner and a amily get-to-together. Included were three of his aunts, Mrs. Agnes Morris of Spokane, Mrs. Eve- lyn Hutton of Lobby, Mont., and Mrs. Emily Coble o Wish- ram, Ore., and his grandmo- ther, Mrs. ladie Maurar o Spo- kmue. dimmr guests of Mrs. Wes Ahleman. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris were callers at the Bill Rose- nan ,home Saturday evening. Che,t Cooper is spending his vacation helping with harvest on the Bill Rosena:u place. Mrs. Helen Jackson and boys and Mrs. Polly Ahleman! called on the Bitl Kt,hns' Mr. and Mrs. Sta,n Smith of Thursday. Mrs. Luelh Kuhn Jersey City, New Jersey st'op- and son Joe, spent hs Monday] ped for a sit with the John visiting with Wanda Stengle[ Ham s. S mt:h's were former and boys. [ Tyler residents. Mr. and Mrs. Arley Heyer[ Mrs. Emily Coble and daugh- and daughter, CAhds, drove] ter of Oheney, with Mrs. Polly their new grandson and me-[ Ableman left Friday to spend ther, Eileen, to Portland over i the weekend ,at the home of the weekend. The new arrival, ! their nephews, MAckey and Bob 7 pound, 6ounce boy, was born I Dennis of Coulee Dam and July 15. Daniel Brent Master- right, title and irterest of named defendants ia and lowing described real Lots Five, and Six, Browne's Addition, recorded in Volume page 15, in the City Spokane County, cept the north 100 feet Ales a perpetual and across the south 4 north 1O0 feet of said used with the north 4 property covered across which a is reserved as a joirt ing the said north 100 lots and the property To satisfy a judgment im Columbia Pacific Life pony, a corporation, in gainst Robert George ally ami as executor of of George H. Nelson Nelson, deceased ; the of George H. Nelson and sen, deceased ; G. Drothy L. Beddoes, and Casey Fleming a/k/a Fleming, a divorced man, to Seven Thousand Thirty 75/100 ($7,039.75) dollarS terest of 6 per cent per July 21, 1965, to date $500.00 attorneys fees and eluding $26.0{) title exl and ircreased costs, with attorneys fees and costs annum from July 21, 1965 Given under my hand of July, 1965. William J. Reilly, their sister, Mrs. Kate Dennis, of Omak. Mrs. Coble ,and Mrs. Holmes, with Robin and Linda, were lncheon guests of My. and Mrs. Arlie Ableman Mo.Iday. Mrs. Iva Jackson returned from the coast in time to help NEWPORT RODEO SET FOR AUG. 6-7 NEWPORT, WASH.-- One of Northeastern Washington's established county rodeos will be held at Newport August 6 arid 7 starting at 8 p.m. each evening in a compact arena with a roofed gra,ndstand. This is a Rodeo Cowboys of America conte*t with money and points earned at Newport ,contributing to individual na- tion`al standings and the list of contestants includes many bvoncs and burls used in the well-known rodeo hands. Six mites east of Newport, at Priest River, Idaho the Priest River people are hold- ing their annual Loggers cele- bration on the same dates as the Newport rodeo. As this is a daytime show of log rolling, sky dishrag, motor cycle races arid logger's events, there is ro-coret with evening rodeo contests, August 6 and 7. [oun-ty Bond Sales $295,807 Says Betz " Locally, U. S. Savings Bonds sales in ts county amounted to $295,807 lt ,month, "Volunteer Community Savings Bonds Chairman, Ed- ward Betz, said here tody. Sal'es throughout the state were $4,487,824 for the month and $29,486,162 for the Janu- ary through June pea'ind. son makes three grandchildren for the Heyers' Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Pace, and nephew, Glen Vandine, of Ken- newick enjoyed three days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea and children Mr. Lee Weiskop and chil- dren, Debbie ,and Charles o Spokane have been weekend visitors at the Art Sengle home. Last week Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Kartchner entertained as 'evening visitors Dr. Grant Thomas and son, David and! Dr. Claude Nicholes and fam- ily of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Scott and family were callers Friday evening. Mrs. Mildred Cassidy and son Bill were guests o her brother, Don.old Dav, for sev- eral d`ays. Gone Cacssidy joined them for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harris and girls of Elensburg and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jackson gnd family, spent a week's va- cation on the Olympic Pen- nisula By Joyce M. Lane, Hamblen, GilUert & Brook Harold D. Clarke, July 30-Aug. McKEVITT, SNYDER & 711 O. N. Bank, Bldg.. NOTICE TO No. '/9708 In the Superior Court of Washington in and for Spekar, e. In the Matter ot the CALVIN M. WALL, Notice is hereby given signed has been of the above estate ir this has qualified accordingly, persons having claims ceased, are required claims, duly verified vouchers upon the Washin gton ' Trust Bnk, Sprague Avenue, Spokane, ton,, or upon McKevitt, Thomas, the attorrmys their office at 715 Old BMilding, Spokane, file such claim, with service in the office of the above Court at the City Washir.'gto. within six first publication of this will be forever barred. Date of the first notice is Friday, July Washingtonr Trust by C. J. Bartleson, Officer. McKeviit, Snyder & 711 Old National Bank Spokane, Washingtor July 30-Aug. WILLIAM M. 317 Symon$ Bldg., Hamblen. Gilbert & Brooke 9 Pauln Bldg.. Spokane. Wn. SHERIFF,S SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- kane : ss By virtue of ar Order of Sale is- sued out of the Hen'. Superior Cour of Spokane Courty, on the 21st day of July, 1965, by the clerk thereof, in the case of Columbia Pacific Life rmurance Oompany, a corporation, plaintiff, versus Robert George Nelsen, individually and as executor of the estates of George H. Nelsen and Hilda L. Nelser, deceas- ed, Harry G. Beddoes and Dorothy L H. INelse and Hilda L. :Nelson, de- Harry G. Beddoes and Dorothy L. Beddoes, husband and wife; and Casey Fleming a/k/a Keith C. Fleming, a divorced man, Dfendats No. 178049, and to me as Sheriff, directed and de- livered. Notice is hereby given that I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours preseriUed for Sheriff's sales, to-wit: At 10:00 o'clock a. m. or the 3rd day of Sel0- *ember, 1965, at South Courthotalse door, Spokane, in Spokan County, in the State of Waohington, all the NOTICE TO No, 9746 In the Superior Court of Washington in and for Spokane. In the Matter of STEWARD JAMES Notice is hereby given signed has been of the above estate in has qualified accordingly, persons having claims ceased are required to duly verified, with upon the undersigned at Building. Spokane. William M. Gerraughty record at his office at ing. Spokane, Washington claim with proof of such office of the clerk of the the City of Spokane, within six months after ]ieation of this notice, or forever barred. Date of the first notice is 30th day of JulY, Muree Josephine of the above estate William M. Gerraughty, 317 Symons Bldg., (July A boy can still dream A boy's dreams are as big as the sea and as wide as the horizon. And they're especially grand in America, for here a boy still has the freedom and opportunity to become whatever he wants to become. Few people would openly deny a boy the privilege of his dreams. But some may do it inadvertently. For instance, those who say that the gov- ernment should own this business or that business. Our electric light and power in- dustry is a case in point. Already the Federal Government has invested more than $5,000,000,000 (five billions) in elcotric systems. And some IXople want to spend more bil, lions of taxpayers' dollars for Feder- ally owned electric plants and lines. Does that make sense? We here in your local electric company can supply plenty of electricity for busi- nesses, homes or any other needs. Weq.l always be able to do that. And the same is true for more than 300 other investor-owned companies like us all over the nation. Besides, with government owner- ship comes government control. And government control means the gradual loss of the freedom and opportunity we know today-the freedom of each choose where he will work and liv.e, and how he will think and dream. Washington Water Power Co,