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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, August 13, 1965 A00dedical Lake News By Ketherine Hollowey CALIFORNIANS HERE FOR WEDDING Tim wedding of tIilda Jane (Jnct) Aderholt of Imperial Beach, .Calif. and Bruce Jay Plain of this ,city, .took p&apos;hce at the Com.muni Church Aug. 8 t 7 p. m. with Rev Charles iRttps officatirtg. The wed- ding :music was played by Ma- mAe Parmeter with Tim ,ttill. brick singing. The church was decorated for the double ring cremomj with white gtadio- ls. .Miss Aderholt, the daughter of .Mr. ,and Mrs. John Henry Aderhott of San Diego, wore a gown of loint ,lace with pearls dgned in a rose, pattern, wth a seven foot chapel style train. She carried lavenr mums. Her matron of honor arm .bridesmaid, Mxs. Robert Staples and lVss Carol Ader- holt wore hvendar crepe long sheath gown, s and carried white mltms. Plein, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Plein, was: attend- edby Robert Step,los with Al- fred Staples Jr. ,as the usher. The mother of the bride ware a light blue suit with White access and corsage. The groom's mother wore a light weight ye,,Row wool wait also with white ccessovies. A reception was ,held in the ctiy hal. Serving the wedding cake was Mrs. Aderhott, the: bide's mother, wlm kad also designed and baked the sculp- tared style cake with Mvendar i oers. Serviug punch was Ms. F. L. Hendrix and at the coffee urn was Mrs. tbert Cheyney. In charge of gifts were Mrs. Robert Brown a.nd du'Rhtev Sue. Midge Meyers esided at the guest book. The conple will haeymoon at a  lake and wi'll then be t home at 115 N. Broad. Mr. Pein is 'xpoyed at Dastern Sta OSlaial. He attended M.gh sCtmol at Nrth Cencral, Medical Lake and fin,,shed at San Dio Jr. Cotlege. Since then 'he kas served four years in personnel with the Navy at Imlria,1 Beach, with a aing f Pn3. The bride is a graduate of mperial Beach high school and .has attended beauty saline1 artd business school. The John Adevholts and dathter Oaol stud son Jubm left for :home on Sunday eter spending the weekend here. TROPHIES AWARDED A hrge group of ptrents and haebaR players gathered on VJky evening for a picnic at the bail .field. TropMes were awarded to the Falcon players for: most imwoved phyer, Dana Raih; outstanding in- fielder, Bobby F, hrwo; and top hitter, Ricky S0h ,and to the I.kevs players: top batter, Lar- ry Broyles; mast improved phyer, ,Bruce Tyson d two special coaches awards to Dong Lortg and David Spilker. This Medical Lake, 1945 Dr. H. W..Rogers, pshia. trist at Bastern State hospital the past three years, left last Monday for Ca'a, where ,he will be emlxloyed on the medical staff at San Quentin penitenthry. He was accom- aied by Mrs. Pgevs. A picmc 2or the Community Sunday .school will be held Sunday, Aug. 19, at the gl's phyfleld oss rom the cus- todiIschol bulldlrtgs. Potluck dinner will be served a 1 o 'elk. The Commnity clb met at the town hall The, Aug. 9. Print were Manes. Bald- win, Apgar, and children, Low- cry, Herrick, Ames, Bently, GJ,gsby, DeChemte and the Misse llene Pedigo and Mar- garet McKenzie. Ma's. lrmna Jerue and son, Mrs. Else Lea Peachee and son ophen, and Javk Baker spent the weekend in Wenatchee and the nmuatains hove Stevens pass. While there they visited their s'mter, Ms. Lay Snode. Mrs. Elsa Lee Pachee has purc,d a beauey shp in Browne s Addition ,to Spokane atd began work Aug. 13. Pfc. and Mrs. Allen Glasgow arrived home ,last week from Roswell, N. M. Mrs. Gsgw will remain here as her hus- band expects oversea duty s,oon. marks the end of this year's season and all boys are urged to turn in their uniforms as soon a,s possible. BIRTHDAY PICNIC The Ab Griffith home was the scene of a combined b'th- day dinenr on Sunday. Cele- bIting birthdays were Mrs. Eleanor Ahlf and son Billy ad Lanvenee Griith and Shaon Cavot. Present were Mr..and Mrs. Perry Ahtf and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Laur- erme Grffffith, Mrs. Sharon Ca- tt axtd children and Eleanor Ahif, Bfl=ly and Donn, a and Joe Miller of Spokane, and Mr. and DEBBIE AND GARY HUFF WIN MORE RIBBONS At the Fairchild swim meet that included Cheney and Top- penish on Aug. 3, Dabble and Gary Huff brought kome some more ribbons. Toppenish was the w'mner af the meet. Debbie won three second places and orm third. Gary took four first ltaces and three scond place ribbons. Mrs. Leona Penrose return- ed from her visit to the Roy Haans in Bellirgham. She ,brough her .great grandchild .home with her. Deb,bie Green will visit for awhile with her. Ms. Ernest . Billy Ahl.f had a birthday Mrs. Anna Malone and Billi party at his home on Thursday Jean also visited over th !for his fourth birthday with weekend with the H,aans. Lynn Ahf and Ohris, Shelly Mr. and Mrs. Dorrald Brown :enid Jeff Cavolt. and family of Tekoa were Sun- day visitors .at the. Fran Llew- T SHOW ellyn home, Stuart McGee took his Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker fends to see the Captain Cy are enjoying a t of their show last Monday in honor of grarddaughters, Melinda and his ninth birthday. Taking part Michelle of Moses Lake. were Allen Lirton, Plillip Mur- Enjoying swimming and ba- i becueing at the Ken Broyles! ray, Chuck Billups, Warren hame on Sunday wear the Jay Edwards and Doug Long. Cake was enjoyed ,ater the show. Woods mily, the Smitpeters t and the Charles Bjll.uls famil- ies. On Wednesday &pkane GREAT GRANDCHILD BORN visitors were Alice Hite, Luella Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richards Silk and Marcellina Phelps and of Walla Walla are the prents children. <)f a son, Jack Lee, born on Mr. arid Mrs. Walter Klug July 25. Mrs. Richards is the drove to Olympia on Wednes- former Patty Gemmrig. dagh- day where Walter attended an ter O4 the Art Gemmrig's Jr. American Highway Semi.rra who .now live near Spokane. Mr. while Mrs. IVAug visited friends. and Mrs. Art Gemmrig Sr. are Coming from Lewisn on the great grandparents. Tuesday for a few days visit were Mr. and Mrs. Chavle WINS DRAG TROPHY Craig, Karen and Darre[l. The Earl Swasons, the Ken Darrel Cogswell won a first Swanons, the Jack Swansons place trophy in the Class G of Spokane .and the Clyde Lit- Dag races at the Deer Park tlefields of Sandpoint spent the strip Saturday evening. This weekend at Bead lake. was his second try. Mrs. Wynia aud her prents DISTRICT MEETING IS SCHEDULED The District No. 9 Veterans of World War I will hold its reguhr meeting at Sutton park in Cteney on Agust 15 at 12:30 with a ptluck lunch. LLEWELLYN TRANSFERRED Bob Llewe'llyn has been transferred to Everett with the West Coast and General Tele- phone compans, as an Ittermal Auditor. Mrs. LleweUyn and K evi let with  on Fday to ,hep ,get moved in but were called home by the :illness of Fran Llewellyn, vCho had sur- gery on Friday ,at Deaconess. the Ben Morgan,s spent a week at Hot Springs, Mont. arior Ma,.nxting is home from the veterans hospilal and feeling vecy well. Cpl. John Krumski h been in the Eair. chi%d hospital about a week. The E. L. lVhons of Spokane arid their family visited on Sun- day with the Ed Maon,s. The Junior high Sunday 'school class met at the home of .their teacher, Mrs. Bilups, Thueday to do some work round the church yard and with the Bible ,sclmol nmteriai. Reeshmens were enjoyed. Guestts this past week at the Dee Ableman ,home were Mrs. Norman Anderson and Mardel of Walla Walta. The Ev Fullers drove to Visiting with the Claude Bend width their three grand- Beaties ,on Thursday were Mrs. children, David, Paul and Be- Amelia Grifftth and Mr. and nita Brown, where they met Mrs. Victor Loyd of Vmou- the Ben Browns to continue o home to Campbell, Calif. The ver, B. C. Picking 'huckleberries in Ida- children had been here for the he on Sunday were the Char- slimmer. Fye is hme and the lie Jo'leys and Mr. and Mrs. A. Fyes are en,joying a visit with B. Bennett of Spokane. Sun- redves from Wichita, Kan day evening visitors at the Jol- , " leys we'e Mr. and Mrs. I. E. I Medical Lake  1936 Tlme interested in the con. sotathon of Deep eek school distri No. 309 with Medical Lake district No. 326 will at the Deep Creek schoolhouse at 8 p. m., Tuey, Aug. 18. Cotmty school superintendent James A. Burke will 'hear tes timony and decide whether to consolidate. If the territory is transferred Deep Creek will becone a .Imrt off  high school district and children living in the Cotmry will have tran,sgortai)n facilities. Among those who painted, reroofed or built ad- ditilm to their homes are Tkie- mens, Young, Peterson, Jerue, Vaughn and Wise. Mteny Brothers have the contract to gravel the oad be- tween Medical Lake and Four Lakes. The rock crser will start tw eight hour shts on the county road Thursday. The Custodial school band ptyed or the Eagle's picnic at Lberty take Sunday. The 4-I4 club girls have cho- sen some of their members to reresen them at the county contest in Spokane Aug. 13. Lois Reeves will demonstrate ironing while Jane Hutch, svn will model a school dress she nmde. If the girls win in this corttest they will represent the county at Yakima in the State contest. A large crowd of people from the Lutheran church enjoyed a picnic at Stanley Park Sum day. Rheades and Ronald of Mitl- w3od. Visiting with the Grubs and Mrs. Ellery were Mrs. Alice i Jordan of Santa Rosa, Calif. td Ms. Katifleen Vander Vort and ,daughter and Allan Grub all of Coallnger, Calif. They wll be here for several weeks: Over the weekend they and Steve and Caig Grub went to the farm at Orient, to vacation. Mrs. Ellery had as her .guests during the weekend the red Crubs of Ptfllnmn .and their huse guest, Mrs. Barber of New York. Canadian guests at the Ab Griffith hst week were Mr and Mrs. Walt Abbott and Mr ad Ms. Victor ,Lloyd of Van- couver, B. C. Mrs. Anna Murray and Mrs. Lil Wever of Spokame will be home this week  a trp to M,aniato, Minn., Where y at- tended the wedding of Nichol- as Stein'bah. They .have been! travelirtg about wo weeks. Findiag 'huckleberries at KRogg and Naples, Idaho were the Foist Ctarks Danny, Steve WiInson and Mrs. Pearl Weaver of Spolae. Her house guest, Mrs. Mern Burktand of Bremerton ,aeeompamed them Saturday visitors of .Mm Keene were Mr. ,and M. Her. old Gold bck of Pasadena who is visiting with Mrs. Ka2mvine Sells in Spokane. The CId- backs were former residen of Medical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Stew- art of Suny-ale are at the Ba- con-Ableman homes for a few weeks visit. Sherry, Doug and Craig Stewart have been spending the summer with their grandparents. July 24, 1847The birth o4 Utah, as a political community, took place when Brigham Young ad his Mormon follv- ers arrived in the Great Salt Lake VaUey. The date is now celebrated annually, as Pio- ne.ev Day. "The secret of success is con- stance to purpose"Dsraeti. Espanola News By Katherine Hol|oway LEAVE FOR EAST Mr. and Mrs. Mel Buller, who have been visiting with the Fred Johnsons, left for their home on Saturday morn- inF. Mr. ,and Mrs. Vern Klous- $" Office Opens Medical Lake James Van Matre, principal has annoutced that the Medi- cal Lake high school office is now open for business daily ter of Harrington visited with from 8 ,a. m. to 4:30 p. m. them last Thursday. Other vis- Registration dates for new itors at the Johnsons last week  students who will be ,attending were the Ralph Broderieks of! Medical Lake high school have Deer Park and Mrs. Grace lbeen set for Aug. '0, 31 and Broderick on FrMay. Sunday Sept. 1. Van Matre said if par- visitors we,re Mr. and Mrs. Lor- ants .or students wish to came en Perry and daughter of Lib- in before the designated days, by, Mont. and Mr. and Mrs. they are welcome. Stewart Baker of Eureka, Oaiif. In the evening the Jhnons  Tyler News !and Jim Kuhn were visitors at the home ,of Bob La,m,bri at Amber. DAY AT THE LAKE Weedy Musser celebrated her 12th birthday on Sunday with a day at the lake with Karen yon Lehe and Chwistie Barber being her guests. Linda Von Lehe, Terri Mu'sser and Gail Osterhout were aso with them. Gaff is visiting here from her home in Seattle. CALIFORNIA VISITORS Hugh Jackman and family had a Sunda,y visit from cous- By Wanda Stengle ,Mr. and lrs. Johnny Ham and daughters Sue and Kay  were weekend visitors in Chrkston, ,at the homes of their siers, Mrs. Zelna Jones and Mrs. Maude Prentice and fam- ilies. Mrs. John Ham reports that Mrs. Ida Ham of Oheney has entered Deaconess hospital for treatments. CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY On Aug. 4 Mrs. Merle Peter- son, Mrs. Phyllis Ham and Mrs. Mary Maddux of Cheney enjoyed a birthday celebra- tion given by Mrs. Ida Ham in h,onor of Mrs. Grace Mchae,l- son. Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt COMMUNITY BOYS LEAVE FOR SERVICE Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Snyder is leaving for the airforce, ,he will be stationed fat Lackland Air Fore Base in San Antonio, Texas. Robert is with the regular air force and will see duty for four years. Don, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mun:day, Spotted Rad, left for Lackiand Air Force Base in Texas. He is in the Air National Guard and after six weeks at Lackland, he will go to radio communication school at Keesler Air Base in Mississippi to complete his training before returning home. CHENEY FREE PRESS NOW AT MAPLE LEAF GROCERY The Maple Leaf Grocery will now carry the Free Press and you will be able to pick up your extra copies there or if you are ,a first time reader to the paper, welcome aboard, we are glad to have you. If any- one is in{eersted in becoming a new subscriber to the paper, please contact me or tail MA 4-5584 and I will take your name and address, also you may leave your name with Mr. have been visiting there, this is the the states for them are enjoying our nlueh. Mrs. Ann monton, Carmda, ter, is also visiting. dra Shilliam returned them after spending month in Canada friends and relatives. NEWS IN BRIEF Pastor and Mrs. Mime their guests the past Joe Tausher of Seattle also the Rev. Wayne California, who is the of he program ca[led of Destiny, a radio that is carried over stations, and is for Kathy Chaffee, Mr. and Mrs. Don home recovering from ation for appendicitis. Tony Schmidt was fisherman and caught est trout, 23 inches at Northtown fishirg Friday. A baby shower was Ida7 evening at the [ Springs Cmmu,nity Ci [Mrs. Edward  9nach [Mims and her niece, Wa, lden, were Mr. and Mrs. reacher 'and family had guests the past few ins that he hadn't seer for almost 30 years. They were Mr. and Mrs. Ward Adams of San Francisco. Sunday dinner guests of the Levee Von Lobes were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oas .and Terry of Spolane. Later in the day the Bud Swigarts of Spokane and Mrs. Roy Swigart visited along with the Fitz Gilbreths. Jack Penhallurick, who has been visiting with the Moriar- tys and the Selfridges, return- ed to his home at Moses Lak with Micky Mriarity on Fri- .day. While there they visited wih the Lee Pentallurick fam- ily ,and with Rosemary, Mike and Patty Chase. Mrs. Jack Pehahtriek and Dorothy Pen- 'hallrick ware Sunday over- night guests and left on Morn day mornng or Moses Lake. Visiting with the McGorin on Thursday were Mr. and ,Mrs Duke Svanson. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kon- rad. Friday evening visitors were George Mnn, and Matt Kelly. Sunday evening visi)s were Mr. and Mrs. Don Lam- bert of Oheney. Wednesday isitors at the Gus Petwson home were Mrs. Grant Tlms of Cheney and Mrs. George Baker and amily of Mazes Lake. Mrs. Leach ae- campmied them. Mr. nd Mrs. Cark Cole of Medical Lake were Sunday ,evening guests. Sunday dirmer guests at the ALl Wlms'home were .Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilbns and fam- ily. GRUSsell Holoway and John ". ey .of Sandpoi, nt Naval base were weekend visitors at the Hoay-Johnson home. On Sunday they and the Hollmys and the ln Kellxnes of Spo- kane were dinner guests at the Jim Heon borne at Tyler. Jean Ey, who has spent the ,past month with the. Holoay and Johnsors, left for her home in Milwaukee, Ore. on Tuesday. The Kenneth John- son amily f Spokane were Saturday supper guests. On Wednesday he Holloways vis- ited with Mrs. ,Kinzel. Friday evening visitors at the Frank Selfridge home were Mr. a,rd iVlvs. Bob Rogers of Cheney. On Saturday evening .h Ernie Esslinger family af Chermy visited. The Selfridges and the John Maurer family pcfficked 'at Porcupine Bay on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Green- wood spent the weekend at the Oscar Reitmeier home before leaving for Paeo, where they will spend the rest of the sum- meT. Sunday visitors at the Jack Cogswell heme were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cromer of Kenne- wick and Judy Cromer of Sprague. The Warren Cogs- .we. re spedirg some tme in wendell, Idaho visitirg with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kiv2mrd Manke and Mrs. Evelyn G ,amphell were Saturday dganer guests of the Carl Lees t Sprague. The B1. don Hovrds of Davrt were SUnday evenIg visitors at the Mankes. Joe WYherney flew lmme last week for a few days vra- ton with the aAly. Minnie and Dave Paterson drove to Deer Park on Friday to have dirmer with Rezm Pet- erson before he leaves for the east o visit with son I)el, bert and amfly ir VCa,shin,gn, D. C. arid the Robert Pease fam- ily in Connecticutt. On Friday Anna Iodgson and Shirley ,and Mac SaChet and Roberta drove to Wilbur to visit with the Glytdvn Seth- ors. On Sun,day Mrs. Hodgson, Wayne and Shirley drove to Tekoa to visit with the Scott ansons and Mrs. Ctherine Hanson. A stopped school bus should represent an ,automatic stop sigrtal to cars from all direc. tions. Mr. and Mrs:. Bill Keith are enj,oying the company of their our grandsons, David, Paul Michael and Gary Bewicks of Wenatchee. They will 'be stay- ing for two weeks. Mrs. Glen Bewick, Mrs. Don- na Rich, Mrs. Phyllis Lowen of Wertatchee with Mrs. Bitl Kieth spent Saturday afternoon shop- ping in Spokane. They were overnight guests of the Kieths Saturday night. Kenneth Costa was ca,lled to Salinas, Calif., by the illness of an elderly uncle. Mrs. Floyd (Mabel) Hansel, dm was injured in a recent accidertt seems to be comgi along fine, though ,her condi- tion w keep 'her coaffined to the hospital for several weeks yet. Get well wishes and cards may .be sent to room 545, Dea- coness hospital in Spokane. Mrs. Mildred Cassidy of Spo- kane was a guest at a family picnic of the Doraid Davise, Sunday at Fishtrap take. Ricky Compten's parents attended ,also and he returned with them to Pasco. .Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ableman and tastily were overnight guests of Mr, and lrs. Ltoyd bleman as they made re,pa- or Mrs. MeKinnon at the Maple Leaf Grocery. VISITING FROM ENGLAND Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gordash of London, England are here for a week v}siting his sister, Mrs. Carol Shilliam and family. Rite and Fred arrived in Can- ada several weeks ago and rations for a week's camping trip at Jump Off Joe take. Mr. Lloyd Ableman is spending the week with them also. Spending several days of last week as guest of Kay Ham was Miss Linda Hughes of Cheney. Miss Donna Harris spent from Friday to Sunday as a guest of her brother Dick and fsmily 'of Ellen,sburg. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris picked Don- na up on Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Shea was 'hon- ored with a birthday dinner Sunday, given by her two sons Bob ,and Don families:. CHURCH YOUTH PICNIC i The teenage group from Che- ney Nazarene church enjoyed an .outing en Williams lake Friday evenLug, with swimming and a weiner roast, and home made ice cream. Roy. George Nichols of Chancy, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Shea attended. Fi.f- teen were present. nephew and family, Mrs. Myron Chase Jr., rado. Arriving tonight ter of Mr. Eva Jones from who will spend Hemblen, Gilbert & 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokan SUMMONS BY :N. 178277 In the Superior Court of Washington in and for the Spokane. !Lowell M. Baker, R. J. I D. Baker, and Dean H. nets doirg business under name and style of Anthony, Brains, Plaintiffs, vs i cus and Mrs. Michael band and wife ; Peter DamasC Peter Damascus, husband John D. Damascus and Mrs. Damascus, husband and wife; Lambrose and Mrs. Peter husband and wife, State of Washingtor to brose and Mrs. Peter band and wife, Defendart; John D. 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