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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, August 14, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway LITTLE LEAGUE NIGHT AT BALl. PARK The Medical Lake Little Leaguers will have their night at the Spokane ball park on August 28, when the In, diana meet San Diego. A caravan of cars will leave the high school parking lot at 6:45. Tickets are on sate with ,any of the boys in the league, with half the money taken in to be kept by the Medical Lake Assesa- Lion. This group is also spon- soring the girls' softball teams. If you want to help the local teams and enjoy seeing the Spokane team pay, get your tickets from the boys. CHURCHES St. Timothy's elmrch ser- vices on the first Sunday of the month will be at 4:30 p.m. and ,at 9 a.m. the rest of the month. REGISTRATION SET James Van Matre, principal of the Medical Lake high school, has announced that the school office is open daily from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for parents or students who may need to come in Registration dates for new students who will be attending Medical Lake high school have been set for August 27 and 28 and September ! and 2. However, parents or stu- dents who wish to come in for registration before the set days are welcome to do so. ATTEND CONVENTION "Education with Hunger" was the theme of the Nation- a,l convention in Poland of the American Food Setice As- sociation during the past week. Attendg from the Medical Lake-Phoney chapter were Dorothy Kukuk, Lib Swanson, Rosem"y Parks aTtcl JuarAta Blutcher. They traveled by the school station wagon and stayed at the New HeaUmmn Hotel. Abou 3,000 attended the chsses on foods, pvepara, tin and types of lunches. There were 200 ehibitions on foods ,this year, featm, g the dieter s ]unvh, the box ,hmch aml the type A hmvh, wkich most of he school clildren are now getting. The W ashingto State ban- quet was iheld at the Thunder- bird with Clarence Pence, Su- perintendent of F r e e m a n school, and Lydia Typke, re- gional director vorn Mead, being present. On Sunday eve- fling the waiian Food chap- ter presented a Hawain luau vdth entertainmen for about 2,200 at the Hilton Hotel. AG TEACHERS MEET Say Wood, vocational agri- culture teacher in the Medical Lake school, attended the district Vocational Agri- culture meeting nd potluck dinner held on August 3 at Kettle Fal. His family also attended as did famines of all those atten:ding. The topic of discussion for the meeting was "la.rm Shop Programs." COUPLE MARRIES FRIDAY Fern Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Jolms, was married on Friday to Bertram Rebill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Reb'fll of Beeville, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clf- ,lin were the attendents for ,the weddirtg wbAeh took place in Idaho. The couple will make the home in Medical Lake, where they are both employed. CHURCH NEWS Women of the Community Clmrch Laes Aid will 'lmld a bake sale on Saturday at Swi- gatE's store. Children three years of age and older ,are invited to attend the Lutherm Church Rifle School the next  weeks, beginning on August 17. A con- fimmtian dam will begin a the same time. tt will 'be held from 9 a.ra. to 11:30, Monday through Friday in the old high school building. VISIT MISSIONS The George Sllker famil drove to the Oataldo Minion last week to View the structm'e built in 1896. It still has some of the original f with wls of red clay and Straw. They drove on to Lewist and at WMla Wlh they went through the Marcus an Mission. They returned home by Pasco. PERSONAL "MENTIONS Atten4ittg the Omak Stam- pede were the Bud Staples, the Alvia Whitneys, 1he Gerald Fifies and the Gary Fines. Visiting with the Bud Sta- pies of Cents'alia this week are the Everett Luft family. Mrs. and Completes Training San Diego, Calif. (FHTNC)-- Ma,rine Private Richard L. Jenness, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.ames R. Jenness of Route 1, Medical Lake, Wash. cmpleted recruit training July 22 at the Marine Corps Recruit D.pot, San Diego, Calif. RICHARD L. JENNESS Marine recruits undergo more than 100 hours of phys- ical conditioning, spend more than 80 hours learning how to drill, and devote three weeks to rifle and pistol marksman- ship in their ll-week training program. Several hours are devoted to spiritual and character-braid- ing courses. Production of good basic Marines and respon- sible patriotic citizens are the two primary objectives of the program. In the physical fitness train- ing, the recruits run, ,ft lgs, climb ropes, conquer three dif- ferent obstacle courses, pro- gross through a variety of body-building exercises, swim ,and partiei1ae in orgaTtized games. To measure their Wo- gress they tke our strength- mea, suring tests. Fol,owing graduation, he will report to Camp Pendle- ton, Calif. for advanced infan- try training. grandson, Steven, of Portland visited seveal days wi the Ben Morgans and the Don Wy- n4as. Visiting with he Harry Dawsons for a few days are Mary lxtnge and Don a,nd Alice Sehable and Linda of Auburn. Mr. and Mrs. Abert Ditt- berner of Garden Grove, Calif. were Sunday visitors of Monde Dittberner. The CLaude Garners, the George Palmers and the Claude Maces attended the District No. 9 Veterans of of World Wax I picnic and bus- iness meeting at Deer Park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ral,ph Claflin, David, Dixie arm Kermeth left on Friday for their home in Sca,ppoosc, Ore. after spending some time here with the Sid Johnsons. Dorm nd Dayne Weatherill remained here to visit. The Kenneth Swansors left on Monday for their ome at Lyle, Wash. Lib Swanson c- companied them arid will visit with Mrs. Mertyis Pryce , Portland. Earl Swanson joined them on Friday. Billy Ahlf celehraed his third birthday on Wednesday eve ,nng wi, dinner for the Ab Griffiths, the Ernest Ahlfs, the Perry Ahl:fs and the Lau- rence Griffiths of Spokane. On Sunday the Bud AMfs visited at the A1 Saber home at Twin Lakes. Visiting with the Alvin Pliens from Mindom, Wis. last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Herman ttarder. The John G. Weyens and the Ab Griffiths spent Sunday huveberry picking on Ro- man Nose mountain in Idaho. The Clark Colas attended a barbeque on Thursday mad on Friday they enjoyed nother at the Ral1h Umbrht home in Spokane. The GuN Perheons of Espanl vsited on Sunday. Mr. and lrs. Earl Flick of Peshastin were Sunday visitors at the C, harlie Jolly home. ! The Melvin Dennys of Har- din, Mont. spet the weekend visiting with the Milton Ku- kuks. On Saturday they vsited the Wayne Dennys and other rehtives in Spokane. On Sam. day .they attended the fam:y reumon at the Bert Defray home a.t Plmmer. FROM THE PAST week with Christie Barber and Karen Von Lehe as guests. Other guests during the day were Boa Von Lehe  Linda and the tterb Kukuk family. The Earl Von Lehes have been visiting ,at the Deaconess hospital with Dan DeChenne. He returned to his ,hme on Saturday. Guests at the Gordon Hodg- son home this week are Paul t Sather and his daughter, Ro- berta of Seattle. The Sathers have moved to Medical Lake from Wilbur. Mrs. Sather is in Dick Simpsons at Edwal,1 and enjoyed the afternoon swim- ming in their pool. Michele Mu.1 of Spokane spent several days last week visiting her grandparents, the Richard Mankes. Nia Holloway visited wth Lorn,a Ham at C,heney last week while Penny visited with Donna Harris at Tyler. Lorna returned home with Nina to visit and the Harrises viste,d cn Sunday. Rusty left on Fri- day evening to spend two weeks of duty with the Navy in Seattle. Mabel Sheaf and Mrs. HSgh- fill were Sunday visitors at the Mussers. -Four Lakes COFFEE HOUR A coffee hour will be held at the Four Lakes Grange hall Monday, Agust 17, at 8 p.m. for all registered and non- registered persons of the Four Lakes precinct .to meet William Riggs, new superintendent of the Cheney school district. Everyone is asked to attend a,s the high school s.ace prob- lem will be discussed. For fur- ther information cal Mrs. Bur- ton Blakely or Mrs. Russell Mace. MedicM Lake- 1934 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peter- son ,and children have moved to the Kenne place north of Medical Lake. Deaconess hospital, following Charles Svenson, assisnt i surgery last week. I Vis,iting at the FIovard Wil- postmaster and Oscar Young,! liams home for a few days rural mail carrier, represented the Medical Lake postoffiee at l last week was Ben Lehn of a banquet held in Spokane for) Spokane" [ostmaster Gerber at Parley. ]- Mary Lehn spent Wednesday /visiting at the home of Bob Among those who were in Spokane Saturday everdng to [ Moriarty. In the evening Micky see the President were Mr. and ] Moriarty and children visited Mrs. J. M. WiLkes, Mrs. ElSie |at the Lehn home. Scholer, Mrs. C. M. Jerue, Mrs. Amanda Alberta spen, t most of ast week in the Davenport J. W. Fishback, Dr. and Mrs. N. W. Brown 'and Miss Adeline hospital undergoing tests. She came home on Sunday, tooting McKinney. Mrs. F. 0. Butteield on-:much improved. tertained at a 1 o'clock lunch- Tuesday evening visitors at eoa Thursday for Mesdames the Bill McGourir, home were Florence Stoop, Hertry Bednos- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reitmeier, chek, John Burke, Ado GleN- Mrs. Floyd Smith and JeffexT gow, Reuben Heyer, Clyde Wil- of Spokane. Jeff remained to son and the Misses Ituth Glas-spend the week with Gary. gow, Alice Rogers and Ftor- Mrs. Don Lambet of Cheney ence Rogers. was a weekerM visitor. Sunday Ray Bartholomew of Nches afternoon visitors were Mr. was ca'tlea :home because of ad Mrs. Wat Mcourin of the serious illness of his fa- Newport, Mrs. Vivian Eaton, thor, W. R. Barthonew. Mrs, Jones arm Mrs. Emil Con- rod and children of Spokane. 1944 The McGourms were supper Elden E. Bewden 18, radio- guests of the Com.ds. man third class, son of Lee The GuN Pehrsons ,mad Julie Bowden, .has completed basic visited with the Clark Coles training at the submm'ine .on Sunday. On Monday Julie school, New London, Cpnn. :eft for a week of visaing tel- Sheldon Vaughn has been atives in Salt Lake City. named ckie. of the local fire Clarlie and Annie Plucker fighters to replace Jack Holt, were Sunday dinner guests of who resigned, the A1 Willms. Mr. and Mrs. Willi,nm Lind- londay visitors at the say were honored on their 03rd Claude Beattie .home were Mr. wedding anniversary at the L. arid Mrs. alter Polax of Kel- R. Anderson ,home. Others so, Wash. The Beatties spent present were Mrs. Agnes Hey- the weekend campirg and er, Mr. nd Mrs. Emil Ctmist- fishing with the Herb Gissel- ensen, George Lowden, Mr. berg family at Northport Creek and Mrs. Waiter Melcher, Mr. in Idaho. arm Mrs. Francis Andesm Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reit- and Mrs. Fritz Gihreth meier and Sandra visited the A birthday dinner was given Dale Green fmniy ,at Curlew at the Lawrence Grith home on Sunday. They spent the day in Spokane in :lmnr of Mrs. picking huckleberries. Bud AhLf, Lawrence Grffi'th Visiting the past week with and daughter PhyRis. Presertt the Carl Johnsons were Grace wore Mr. and Mrs. Bud , Hall of Wan, ken, Marie Co- Ms. Garner, Mrs. Owens and ley ad Katherine I-hll of Meal- Paul Fristo. ical Lake, Steve Johnson mad Richard Huch,son, wlm is Torrie Dimmiek of Spokane. in Ertgland, was made a cot- Carl Johnson fished t Pond poral recently. Oreille Lake with the Kenneth Johnsons for several days, re- 1954 turning liom,e Friday evening. William Linay, 98,  for- The Loren Vort Lvhe fondly mar resident of Medical Lake, had Sunday dinner with the died Saturday in Canon Hi'i sanitarium, Spokane, where 'he had lived for the last five years. Mr. and Mrs. George Klein and daughters have moved to California and Mr..and Mrs. Mead have purchased their tmme. Mr. and Mrs. Pilly Whitmer (Rita Fuller) ave moved into the house formerly occupied by Mrs. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Hines and Jerry and Earl Reeves have returned from their va- cation in Tennessee. Claudia Ann Hotliday cele- brated her second birtbxtay August 9. ary Margaret Hmason cele- brated her birthday August 7 with ,a party at the Medical Lake City park. Guests were Mrs. Gordon Hodgsn and Larry, Lyle and Shirley; Mrs. Oscar Musser, Sandva, John, Terry, Tmmy and Wendy; Mrs. Oscar Reitmeier and San- dra; Mrs. John Hodgson, Mick- ey, David, Bruce and Ehine and Lyn, n Jo Hansen. The Grarge auxiliary will meet August 20 at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Russell Mace. Secret Pal gifts will be ex- oh,an:god and ideas for the fair booth will be discussed. Espanola News SA 3-3848 MEDICAL LAKE BUILDING MAINTENANCE Chimney Repairs Window Caulking Stone Work Brick Work Tuck Pointing Masonry Work Water Proofing Rod Murphy Rt. I, Box 8, Medical Lake FREE ESTIMATES jy 31-Aug 28 By Katherine Holloway CRAMERS HAVE REUNION It .has been 20 years since all of the brothers and sisters of E tale Cogswe,tl have gotten to- gether at one time. Her sister Alice Steinke, ,has been visit- ing in the States since June from her ]mme in Pakistan The five members of their favly, the Bob CraTners of Spangle, the Dick W" ,tllns o Deer Park and Lawrence Cro- mer of Sprague joined the I Cogswe'Hs .an, d Mrs. Steinke at !the Cogswel,1 home on Sunday. Mrs. Steinke will leave soon >r her lome with her daughter, Carol aceompmaying her to teach in l:kistma,. She  a graduate of Washington State University. PERSONAL "MENTIONS Wendy Musse celebrated her llth birthday one day last Fully Insured WOODWORTH & SHELLEDY 319 Peyton Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS N). 77630 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the Councy of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of CATHERINE PAHNKE, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the nnder- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate ir this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all per- sons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 319 Peyton Bldg., Spokane I, Washington or upon Patrick tI. Shelledy the attorney of record at his office at 319 Peyton Building, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at CALL FOR BIDS State College Eastern Washington Separate sealed bid propos- als :are avm:hble for education- at equipmert and/or upp]Jes by Eastern Washington State CoLlege in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room ] 21, Showalter Hll. Proposal forms may be ob- tained a the bove office. T. T. Wa'tl Director f Purchasing. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) easy does it the City of Spokane, Wash., within six months after the first publicatior of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 31st day of July, 1964. Franklin T. Curtis Executor of the above estate. Patrick H. Shelledy Attorney 319 Peyton Building, Spokane 1, Wash. (July 31-Aug. 14) JOSEPH NAPPI 509 Radio Central Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CIEI)ITgRS No. 77543 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in au.d for the County of Spokane. I the Matter of the Estate of LILLIAN N. DAVIS, aka LILLIAN NELSON DAVIS, aka LILLIAN B. DAVIS, aka L. N. DAVIS, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Administrator of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having elalms against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified with necessary vouchers upon the undersigned at 509-512 Radio Central Building, Spokane, Washingtor or upon Joseph Nappi the attorney of record at his office at 509-512 Radio Central Building, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at the City of Spokane, Washington within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 31st day of July, 1964. Joseph Nappi Aministrator of the above estate Joseph Nappi Attorney 509-512 Radio Central Building, Spokane, Washington (July 31-Aug. 14) Re.Elect JOHN L. Someday, you may M able to run your all.electric home by fingertip control COONE f As far as we know, the amazing de- vice you see above doesn't exist yet. But it wouldn't be surprising if some- thing like it were in the works. In this modem age of ours, only a short step separates the dreams of the moment from the realities of tomorrow. One thing is certain, however. What- ever electrical wonders come your way, there'll be plenty of low-priced electricity to help you enjoy them. We, and more than 300 other investor- STATE SENATOR COONEY. Helped in the ex- pansion of Eastern Washing- ton State College. Sponsored "Exchange f Land" bill for this College which will more than double campus acreage so enrollme can go as high as 8,000. Democrat a7tf efficient ways of producing and delivering more and more electricity never ends. All together, we are investing about a billion dollars to develop atomic power as another source of cheap electricity. And we have more than 1800 other research and development projects in progress or recently completed-all pointed toward keeping America amply supplied with dependable, low-priced electric service. So let your imagination roam. We, owned electric power companies across and all of America's investor-owned corn- the nation, are seeing to that right now. panics, will be ready to power your won- With us, the search for better, more derful new world of the future. TllE W.A$11IIlGTOII WATER F.OWER CO. Electric and Natural Gas Serwce T. G. PATTERSON 628 ONB Bldg.. Spokaa NOTICE TO No. V7635 In the Superior Court Washington in and for the Spokane. In the Matter of the BLON, DINA E. N)tice is hereby given t signed has been appuiv of the above estate in has qualified accordirgly, persors having claims ceased are required to verified, with necessary the undersigned at or upon T. G. Patterson record at his office at 628 Bank Bldg., Spokane. such claim with proof in the office of the Clerk Court at the City of ington, within six months publication of this notice, be forever barred. Date of the first notice is 31st day of July, Naomi Bourquin, above estate. S/ T. G. Patterson 628 Old Ntional Bank Spokane, Washingtor* 14) (July 31-Aug. Davis, Trezona, 302 Fidelity Bldg., NOTICE TO :No. Y7607 In the Superior Court Washingto in and for Spokane. I the Matter of --tle MARY A. TREZONA, Notice is hereby giver signed has been of the above estate in t has qualified accordingly, persons having claims ceased are required to serve verified, with the undersigned at 302 Spokane, Washington or Trezone, Chastek & LorenZ, of record at their office at Building, Spokane, such claim with proof the office of the the above Court at Spokane, Washington, after the first or they will be forever Date of the first notice is 31st day of Norman F. Wrezona above estate. Norman F. Trezona 302 Fidelity Bldg., (July 31-Aug. CLYDE H. 917 Paulsen Bldg., NOTICE TO No. 77477 In the Superior Court Washington i amt for Spokane. In the Matter of the ADDIE MAY Notice is hereby given signed has been of the above estate in has qualified accordingly, persons having claims competent are required to duly verified, with UlXm the unlersigned at taroy, Wasbington, or Belknap the attorney office at 917 Paulsen kane, Washington, claim, with proof of the office of the clerk at the City of six monfhs after the of this notice, or they barred. Date of the notice is 7th day of Margaret L. the above estate. Clyde H. Belknp 917 Paulsen Bldg., (Aug. RINER E. 507 S & E Bldg, NOTICE TO No. 757 In the Superior Court of Washington, in and of Spokane. In the Matter of EDWIN J. OATEY, Notice is hereby given signed has been of the above estate in has qualified accordingly, persons having claims ceased are required to verified, with necessary the undersigned at W 2617 Spokane, Washington or Deglow, the attorney of office at 507 Spokane and Spokane, Wash. ar, d file proof of such service i clerk of the abow court Spokane, Washington. after the first or they will be Date of the first notice is 31st day Winifred Oatey above estate. Rinr E. Deglow 507 Spokane & Eastern Spokane, Washingter (July 31-Aug. GEORGE R. 726 Hutten Bldg., NOTICE No. 74677 In the Superior Court Washington i and for Spokane. In the Matter of CLAYTON L. BoYER, State of Washington, kare.--ss. Notice is Alberta Boyer, estate, has rendered settlement to, and filed Court of Spokane County, inwton her Final Account trix and a petition for said estate, in. which to settle said Estate, potty to the heirs or the same, and discharge trix and her resident Thursday the 27th day at the hoar of 10:00 Court room of our said in the City of Spokane, County. has been duly ing and settlement of and Petition for time and place any in said estate may exception in writing test the same. Dated this 22nd day George  Fall and Clerk of the By n. D. Tucker, (July MAIK D. 1004 ONE Bldg., NOTICE TO I the Superior Court Washington in and for Spokane. In the Matter of JOSEPH SCHMrI, Notice is hereby giva signed has been of the above has qualified persons havin claims ceased are required duly verified, with upor the undersigned service, Mark D. of record at his office ional Bank Building, ington and file such of such service of the clerk of the the City of Spokane, six months after this notice, or they barred. Date of the first notice is 7th day of Whelmina AdamS above estate. Mark D. Rotchford 1004 Old National Spokane, Waehin (Aug. tCURE GIVE CANCER