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Page 6 Chancy Free Press Friday, July 31, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway HENNINGS HAVE TRIP I Mr. and Mrs. John Henning] and their niece, Marilyn, left July 17 for Washtucna where Mrs. Robert Holten joimed them to drive to Portland to ! visit with Mr. ,and Mrs. Walter Honing. In Momnouth, Ore. they visited with Mrs. Hiida Marr, at Shelton with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Yule and Mr. and Mrs. Wliam Mallows, and at Ever- ett with Mrs. Eulia Whittaker. They saw Multnvqn'h Falls, Mt. Hood and Timber Lodge, which is beautiful at this time of year with its snow capped peaks. NO JACKPOT WINNER At the appreciation day drawing Saturday, Jsephine Geckesle had her nmne drawn for the jackpot hut she was rmt present to collect. Serips of $5 were won by e Gilbreth, Jeanne Rider and Roy Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Mathe- son were guests of honor at a farewell party Saturday eve- ning at the Ken Smith home on Silver Lake. Chosts were the Dick Heyers nd the Don Kyles. Guests were the Danny Peoples, the Dick Harrises, the Gary Bates, the Gerry Conners, the Larry Smiths, the Don Wi- naris, the Fritz Gibrths and Russ Brown. A ffift was pre- sented. Matheson is rt0v attending summer school and will leave for WaUa WalCa in August, where he will coach the bas- ketball team. AT THE CHURCHES St. Timothy's tpscopal churoh held a pnic last week with barbecued chicken for 50 persons. Father Mason of Holy Trinity church in Spo- kane, was honored with a gift tar his service along with Mr. Scrihen. St. John's Lutheran church will vacation urtil August 16. Pastor Olson wR1 spend two weeks with his parents in Ore- gon. The Commurgty church board wilI meet on Tuesday. There will be a special lunch- eon on Thursday of this week for the crustees and the fin- andre committee with Rev. Paul Sautely. He will speak on the posblities of financing a new educational wing for the church. The Assembly of God adult camp just finished 10 days at their camp at Silver Lake. Roy. Dwight McGlaughlin of Bakers- field, Calif., spoke to adult campers from 'll over the Northwest. He was formerly Northwest district superintend- ont. The teen camp starts t,his week with over 100 registered. BASEBALL SCORES The F,acons, coached by John SouLh, w(m their game Friday evening with the tIawks, 11-1. T.l team had not been beaten this season un- til then. The Lakers won over the Cubs Friday night, 14-5. On Monday they took the Tigers 11-1. The girls softbe_U teams are practicing and pl, aying a few games. Anyone interested be- tween the ages of nine ad 14 should contact Mrs. Ordi- nay. PERSONAL MENTIONS Sunday dinner guests o4 the Fred JohIsons were Mr. and Mrs. Los Gibson and family of Chancy, David, Perry and Bob- by Johnson and Billy Kuhn. Saturday even,rag visitors were the Quinton Smith family and the l%ay Hall family of Clayton. Betty Labish visited wRh her grandmoVher, Mrs. Eise Rupp, in Sacred Hearrt hos- pital Sunday. Monday dsitors t the Locke Lewis home were Rev. and Mrs. Floyd Greene and faraly of Seattle. They plan to stay e eral days. Mr. and M.vs. Claude Mace visited Stmday with the Ar- thur Tryons at T, rentwaod ad spent the ftegnn with them at Liberty .Lake. The Jol Higgins family, the L. L. Strattons and iAnda M were Satttrday evening picnic guests of the Earl Von Lehe family. Monflay supper gues of the ttiggins were Mr. and Mrs, Lee Pickett and fany of e. Saturday evening dinner guests of the Clence Riders were Mr.  ,. Sial Johnson arid family, Dan Anderson and Janet Reed, all of Spokane. Mrs. Edna veson moved to Lewisten 1,ast week to make her 'home with her sister, Ger- trude Bell. Sundy dinner ,guests of Pearl King ad her brother, Glen Pedigo, were Mr. and . Harold Toohey and family of Cheney. Saturday evening vis- itors were Mr. and Mrs. Graver Moore, ormerly of Medical Lake, and now of Yakima. On Wednesday, Pearl King and tGlen Pedigo drove to Colville, Kettle Falls and picnicked at Roosevelt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Achie Laird of Spokane were Sunday dinner guests at the Forrest Clark home. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kukuk and family spen Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walt Engert at their Liberty Lake home. Friday visitors at the home of Musetta Fait were Ernest Fait of Spokane  Otis Fait I of lalm Springs, Calif. Picmcking at Spokane Falls Sunday were the Chude Gar- ners, the Locke Lewises and the Htmberts and Frank Show- alters of Cheney. Vising with the Art Gim- merigs Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Prier of ni,,Spkane" On Sunday the Larry Biggs of Spo- I kane visited. Mrs. Lily Snode had a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Strawn from CaliforrAa. The Ed Rouse family spent four days vacationing at Badg- er Lake. Mrs. Monte Moore is home from a three-week trip to Prai- rie City, Ore., where she had gone to be with her mother, Mrs. Mender, who was ill. Mr. and Mrs. A,b Grfth spent the weekend in Banners Ferry with the T. Torkelson falily. Sunday dinner guests at the Don Wrnia home were the Ben Morgans and the Claude Mar- sans of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Morse and children just returned from a two-week trip to earls- bad, N.M., to visit relatives and friends. They experienced ,degree temperatures in Death galey. Florence Reeves has had as guests the past. month her daughter, Mrs. Gone Vanler and four chdren from Tuscan, Ariz. During the past week Mrs. Irwin Kolbet stopped and visited prior to moving to Cal- ifornia from their Spokane home. Mr. Kolbt is at present working in AIaska. Mr. A. L. Pillard entered the Veterans hospital Monday for minor surgery. Alvin Ple'm, who had surgery, is doing well. Mrs. Harold Stutheit brought ;home the fish this weekend. They spent the weekend at Almota again and she got an eight-punder. Shirley Stut- heit has enrolled in Esther's School of Beauty in Spoka,ne i ard will make her home with the Troy ttenrys. The Earl Sw,nsons and the Charles Galtingers of Spokane spent a week traveling in Can- ada, stopping al Banff, Edmon- ton, Calga and coming home through Glacier Park. After a day at home they 1oCt on an- other trip to Sedro-Wooley, where they visited with the A. A. Andersons. The Kenneth Swansons are visiting at pres- ent from Lyle. The Bud Staple,s 1ave been camping on Reilly Creek, Be- yond Priest River. On Saturday they a:ttended the old settlers picnic at Deer Park. Mr. attd Mrs. Sherman Wel- born accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Welborn of Butte, Mont., for several days on a i drive on the new Selway river highway across Idaho. They camped out, seeing many wild animals and beautiful country. FROM THE PASI Medical Lake  1934 The health department an- nounced the water in Medical take tested absolutely pure. A number of lakes have been condemned because of infant- ile paralysis. The state custodial school entertained the Chancy Norm- al school facty a a recrea- tional program Thursday. Itasts were Mr. and Mrs. havles Parker, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Menser, Mrs. Marie Heath, 4ss Mildred Ttmnonds, Mrs. Katherine Dowd, Miss Fern Mendal, Mrs. Lena Davies, Mss Lucile McCoy, Mrs./genie Phil- lips ami Mrs. Keltic Newel1. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosena (Eva Quarri,ng). Fday. Funeral serces were held Tuesday for Mm. Lydia Mid- daugh, 86, Who passed away Sunday morning at the home of her dauiter, Mrs. Louis Borough, three mi/es north- east of Medical Lake. Anher dauglter, Mrs. James Nielsen of and six gandohild. ren SUlWWe. George E. Christensen, 66, died suddenly Thvsday morn- ing from a hetrt attack. He is survived bv lis wfe, Sadie E.; two .sons, George E. and Will. iam C. of Seattle; one daugh- ter, Mrs. Nettie thrtman of Spokane, and three grandchil-! ren. i 1944 Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tyson of Silver Lake have received a I lter from their son, Ernest, I in Erghnd stating he had been I injured ix, action in Normandy. Among those attending vaca- tion Bible school at Twinlow were Alian Mayors, Dick Hey- or, Gordon Conners, Louise Gregory and Jean Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steinke, Mrs. Dlla La Lieux and Mrs. Hayer visited theiir brother, Max Steinke, at Evans. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Svenson and daughters, Mrs. F. L. Lew- ellyn and c hildren and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ma'hon, attended the war show in Spokane Sun- day. Miss Maxine Thexton of Spo- kane spent Monday wiith Mrs. Ruby McKinney. Don Brown of Pour Lakes was inducted irate the Army Fri'iday and is at Fort Lewis. Mrs. J. W. Graham has left for Seattle to attend the wed- dinig of :her son, Int. Dwight Graham. 1954 Dr. Kobert H. Southeo,mbe has resigned as superintend- ent of Eastern State hospiital at Medical Lake. Creation of a new election precinct for Medical Lake was reported by Frank J. Glarer, county auditor and election supervisor. There are nearly 700 voters, including employ- ees of the state htstitutions. Jack Kimmell celebrated his 1 lth birthday July 22. Present I were Gary Fine, Ronnie Irwin, 1 Gary Filbreth, Darrell Cogs- i well, Sarah Ann and Michael I Kimmell. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnsan "are pare'nts of a girl born July 26. L. Borough, Miss Geneve Warner and Miss Anna Bell Shaw of Seattle were Tlmrs- day guests of the Irvin Imhoffs. Espanola News By Katherine Hol|oway GRANGE HAS PICNIC About 50 attended the Es- pan.oh grange picnic at Cam- stock Park in Spokane Sunday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Freeman of Spokane, the Dick Willms and Gary Cra- mar of Deer Park, Linda Cra- mar of Spangle and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rtpp of Chen,ey. Anyone interested in help- ing with the fair booth is to meet at the Grange hall to- night. CALIFORNIA VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Cl'arence I-Igh- fill of Woodland, Calif., arrived Friday to visit with Mabel Sheaf and Sara Hihfill. PERSONAL. MENTIONS ! Visiting Sunday with the l Gary Web, ass we're the Ralph Webleys of Coulee CRy and their house guests, Mildred Price and family of Seattle. Sunday evening vsitors all the home of Minnie and Dave i Peterson were Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kuntz of Four Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pehrso attended their church picnic at Stanley Park on Thursday evening. 3'he Gordon Hodgsons were Sunday supper guests at the E. C. Hodgson home at Vera- dale. Shirley remained to spend the week with her grandparents. Saturday visitors at the Bill McGourin home and with l Am ,arda Albe,ts were Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Roberts of Seat- tle .and John and Joachim Schwartz of Spolane. Elsie Pehrson was a Thursday visitor at Amanda Alberts. On Thurs- day he Don Hiltons of Spokane visited the M cGourins. Gary spent Sunday with-Terry Con- rad in Spokane. Sunday eve- ning supper guests of the Mc- Gou' were e Em Conrads of Spokane, the Oscar Mussers and the Don I.amberts of Ohe- ney. Thursday aRernoon visitors at the Oscar Reieier home here Mrs. Phil Tarbert a Dav- ezport and ,her .house guest, Allene Green of Spokane. Oscar celebrated his birthday Wednesday evening with the BOb Reitmeiers as visitors. Mr. ad Mrs. Howard WRI- iams und family attended the I n I a n d Evaph'e shorthorn J breeders picnic ,at Moses Lake I Sunday. Dale Lehn aapan-I led ifimm. -  Fishg with Mel Arnold at I Clear Lake Sunny were Dave i Caudill and Walter Calvert, Spokane, and Walter Mitchell and dhildren of Tacoma. Visiting at lhe Holloway i home Friday afterrmon were Mrs. H. R. Kellmer of Spokane and her daughter arbara and children and Mrs. Ron Kegmer. Donna Harris of Tyler spet the week with Penny Holloway. Visitors during the weekend were Mr, and Mrs. Jim Hepton of Cheney, Sue Ham and the Ermev Harrises of Tyler. IAnda Cramer of Spangle is speng the week with Jan- ice Cogswe11. The Claude Beatties were j e East Cheney By Anna Phillips Wade, Johnny and Tresa Mc- Lean of Post Fags are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Straup, and help- inn with hay harvest. Mr. and Mrs. David Theissen and baby Brian arrived from Idaho Falls to spend Theissen's leave with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish, and Mr. arid Mrs. L. M. Theissen. David Th.eissen will report to New Lon, do, Conn., for more schooling. Mr. ,nd Mrs. DaVid Bud- dreis and Duane, entertained with a birthday dinner ast Monday visitors at the Bob McDowell home. They have house guests, Mrs. Jack Chris- tophersn and children of Blackfoot, Idaho. Thursday overnight guests at the Beat- ties were Mrs. Herb Gi,ssel- berg and family of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Penalur- ick of Moses Lake taft Thurs- day after spending the week with the Frank Sel:fridge fam- ily. Thursday afternoon visitors were Mrs. Leo Selfridge and daughters of Warden. On Sat-I urday evening the Selfridges visited with the Joe W'agganers in Spokane. Carl Johnson took his grand- son, Rod Nelson, to his home at Addy Tuesday. He was an overnight guest of the Maur- lice Nelsons. Katherine H,olloway and Rusty attended the funeral of Guy Hillman Wednesday in Spokane. Tuesday visitors at the HoIoways were Mrs. Elinor Morgan of Spokane and her mother. Danny Moriarty spent sever- al days last week with his grandparents, the Jack Penlml- luricks, in Moses Lake. Visit- ing with the Moriartys during the week were the Jerry Pickle family ad Mrs. Pickle's mother from California and: the Don McCandless family of Chancy. Saturday for Mrs. Clarence : Davis. Other guests were Clar- ence Davis and Mrs. Anna Phil- lips. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Kile, Shirley, Jack and Canine o Thornton and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Plillips and Johnny had a picn, ic at Wandermere resort last Sunday. Some East Chancy 4-H'ers teared the wildlife reserve last Friday m,orning. Lance Hill CLUB PICNIC SET they decided what each indi- vidual would enter in the Spo- kane Interstate Fair this fall. Cami Summerhn was a Sun- day overnight guest of Sue Lu- cas. Jennifer Jordan was a Sat-' urday overnight guest of GaiI Graves and a Sunday night guest .of Mrs. Marion Bait. Jo Ellen Jordan was a Monday overnight guest of Mrs. Bar. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jor- dan and family and Mrs. Mr- i io,n B,air were Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. !Don Monson, Dana and Dan. The Harmony Merrymaker's ! : Anne Stahlborne was a Mon- clnh wll hold it n,a " /nay overnight ffues at tancy ...... ,,. r ...... an .... 1 pie- ,-- . nic at Bader Lake at Role's Landing. Everyone in the Lan, ee Hill community ,and the 4-H club is invited. Everyone is to bring the.Jr family din- ner ,and drinks. Ice cream wi'tl be furnished. For further in- formation contact Mrs. Will- iam S. Goodwin. Amber News By Jennifer Jordan Mrs. N. A. Co,rciH entertain- ed the Young Gaks bridge club at her home iast Wednesday. Mrs. Don Lambert was a guest, and prizes were won by Mrs. ttoward Marsh, Mrs. Don Lain- bert and Mrs. Kent Sooy. The club will meet next at Mrs. Ran McKinley's home on Sep- tember 9. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordfll, Kay, Anon and Nels attended the wedding of N,adin,e Gage to Jerry Sullivan last Satur- day evening. Mrs. Charles Miller, Jr. held a party for her daughter, Pam- ela, and :several friends las,t Fricay. The Amber Rambler 4-H club held its armu, al all-club picnic last Saturday. The picnic was held at Rallies Lag on Badger Lake. The members and their families enjoyed swimming ad picnicking. Mrs. Howard Marsh, the cooking zmd sewing leader, met with the cooking girls and together Mr. and Mrs. Vern Summer- tin, Cami, David, and Viki went to Endicott last Sunday. They visited Mr. ,and Mrs. Malcolm Robertson and family. Ran Moe arrived home Tues- day on a 15-day leave from Santa Anna. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dare were Friday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Aslby ,nd family of Seattle are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moe, Ron and Ruth. Beth Kidwell was a guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan and family. Mrs. Wallace Dew and Ter- esa were Tuesday afternoon call, ors of Mrs. S. H. Harris and Paul. Pete DeTrant left last Tues- day from McCord base at Ta- coma. Sergeant DeTrant stop. ped for a week a and 'hon went on to year at Fort Yukon in Randall, Danskin. Lundin & 1017 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, Oounty all kane.- ss. By virtue of an Order of Sale out of the Ion. Sulmrior Court kane County, on the 22nd day 1964, by the Clerk thereof, Standard Insurance Company, an son, corporation Plairtiff verS Paul E. Chase; Donna l. marly known as Donna Rae known as Donna Rae Horn; Wagner; Harry E. Chase and June Chase, husband and W. Albee and Fran,is Albee, wife Defendants No. 174354, as Sheriff, directed and Notice is hereby given, that proceed to sell to the highest for cash, within the hours law for Sheriff's Sales, o'clock a. m. on fhe 4th day bar, 1964 at South Spokane in Spokane County, ir of Washington., all the right, interest of the above named in and to the followirg property, to-wit : The North 100 feet of the (Efij) of Lot two (2) and 100 feet of Lot three Forty-four (44) of Ioughton lahan's Addition, to the City kane Falls, as per plat ed in Volume "A" of Plats, situate in the City and Spokare, Washington To judgment in favor of Standard Company, an Oregon against Donna R. marly known as Donna Chase, also known as Donna Gsry D. Wagner; Harry E. Wilma June Chase, husband Robert W. Albce and husband and wife, Amounting Thousand Six Hundred Six ($8,606.63) Dollars with per cent per annum from July Interest on, atty's fees and from July 22, 1964 and $615.00 fees and $95.20 costs and including $67.50 for earcbing Given under my hand, this of July, 1964. William J. eil/y, Sheriff By Theresa J. Love, DepUty F. B. Darskin, Plaintiff's (July 31-Aug. 21) SA 3-3848 ' Fully MEDICAL LAKE BUILDING MAINTENANCE Chimney Repairs Stone Work Tuck Pointing Rod Murphy Window Caufklng Brick Work Masonry Work Water Proofing Rt. 1, Box 8, Medical FREE ESTIMATES jy 31-Aug Send me a new trumpet Address: Anchorage, Alaska Robert Atwood, Alaska newspaperman and amateur musician, had just put his trumpet to his lips when the earthquake hit. Running outside, he found himself on the ground, arm and trumpet buried shoulder-deep in rubble. To extricate his arm, he had to surrender the trumpet. One trumpet: a small loss. Perhaps. The earthquake damage was confined, fortunately, to limited areas. Alaskans are fighting back. Engineer- ing tests are being made to locate safe sites for rebuilding. Materials and equipment are pouring in. Despite a short building season, Alaskans plan to have rebuilding well along by Christmas. Ambitious -- but very Alaskan ! Alaskans are going about their jobs. In damaged areas, merchants are supplying their customers. Schools, hotels and public services are functioning' Alaska's splendid visitor attractions and accommO" dations are open and inviting. Standard, too, lost heavily, but our service did not stop. Within hours of the earthquake, our were supplying heat and energy to distr communities. Today, even as we rebuild, they ' energy for Alaska's reconstruction. We've Alaska almost 80 years. We intend to go forward, Bob Atwood's impatience to have a new trumpet i symbolic of all Alaskans' determination to life's amenities. They came north-by-west to that life in their Big Land. They mean to get with it. Their courage and optimism make all Americans walk ten feet tall. STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA