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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, August 21, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway TROTH PLEDGED IN DOUBLE RING CEREMONY One hundred and fifty at- tended the wedding on Satur- day of Larry Brenneman and Louise Bowden with Rev. Bil- lupa officiating. Jim HiUbrick sang, "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Mary Anderson. Mary, daughter of Mrs. BlanChe Bow- den, was given in marriage by her brother, Bud. She wre a white satin floor lemgth gown with a white lace bolero and carried a white bible with an orchid and stephanotis. Her veil was of shoulder length with a flower _nd a pearl pend- ant. Claudia Vaughn, ,her only attendam, wore a laven4er bro- cade gowzt and carried a white carnation with stephanotis and lavender streamers, lrs. Bow. i den wore a light blue dress and ! a vchite hat for her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Brenneman's dress was of pink flowered' cream puff. Lar/'y, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Miles Brenneman, had ,as his best man his brother Dale. Ushers were RiChard Soan and Keith Nye. The church was decorated in lavender and white glad,iolas. The reception was .'held at City Hall with Mrs. Kay Ahif in charge of the guest book. At the gift a'ble were Mrs. Sally Barber, Mrs. Sue Stan- ley and Joyce Heber. Mrs. at- lin and Mrs. Lake were in charge of punch with Mrs. Von Geir pouring coffee. Mrs. Willerta Young cut and served the wedding cake. The couple, both Medical Lake High School graduates, will live here after] a honeymoon along the Oregon coast. Larry. works with Brown & HoRer Co. in Gheney. Mrs. Brermemi 'has been honored with several ,showers in recent weeks. On July 30, Chudia Vaugn was hostess to a bridal shower at her home for 20 young ladies, with Kay Ahlf as co-hostess. SCHOOL BEGINS SEPT. 8 Schools in the Medical Lake District wdU open on Sept. 8 4th a full day scheduled. Hot hmches will be served that day. AR parents who axe new to the district are asked to register their children the week of August 24 and Monday and Tuesday of the foUowing week. First graders must be six years old on or before Sept. 30, with kindergarten pupils being five on or before Sept. 30. Teachers orientation will be hed Sept. 3 and 4. The anin. istrators will hold a meeting August 19 to formulate plans for the opening of school. PHILLIP GRUB HONORED Mrs. Charles F. Ellory en- tertned at a patio b'mthday dinrter paty honoring Dr. Phillip D. Grub of Wshin!gton, D.C., August 8 at the Carl Grub home. Those attending included Mr. and Mrs. Mill Grub of San Mateo, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Btiesner and daughters Lynda, Starla and Cheryl of Fairfield, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Geer, Mr. ad Mrs. Charles Grocer, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Skidnore and daughter Susan, all ef Medical Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Thee Emtman and I-[erma Emtman of Valley- ford, Mrs. Lydia WaSh and Fred Bliesner of Spokane, Carl, William ald Craig Grub and the hostess. Mrs. Ellory. 1RIP TAKEN On August 5, Ms. Etory, Pp Grub and Frederick Grub of Four Lakes drove to Pu'lman to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grub. Pll,i,p 'Grub and his aunt, Mrs. Eloa'.y, left Monday for a combined business and pleas- ure trip to California. En route they will visi at Tacoma, CeatraRa, Slem and Wood- bur, Ore. At anta Rosa, they will be guests of Mrs. Arthur Jordal. Ms. Ellory will then visit some of ,her many friends in the San Fvane2s bay area while Professor Grub gathers I research data on ex-po ex. paxon for ,his fortoming book. They Mse plan  visit with Allen Grub OF CO.lingan and the M. F. Grubs at San  Mateo, brothers of Phillip. ABOARD CUTTER Doughs G. Some, barn, sea- mar,, USCG, sen af Mr. and MzJ. Edward W. Sonneborn of Medical Lake,, is b0ard the Coast Guard Cutter NorChwid, n "ki her hird consecutive oeOaamgraphic tudy of the desal.ate Chuckchi Sea border- ing Russian Stberia. She will use a s eaSes of moored telemetering buoys, each having three rad,i tran mitters staended at various depths. Tlm ramtters will reay warm and cold water current exchanges between he Arctic arm *he Pae'ffic. These observations are sup- pIemented by a 25-h,aur meas- urement of the ocean's phy- s.ical and chemicai properties fat each buoy and at 30 other oceanographic stations. The U.S. oceanographic of- rice ,and the U,.mversity of Washington .have scientists on board, cooperating in this study. In October, Northind will operate off Pc'rot Barrow, 'Al- aska. There .she will make a detailed study of the geologic- al structure of the Arctic Ba- sin. Cooperating in  study are he Arctic ResearCh Lamb- oratory and the University of Wisconsin. PERSONAL MENTIONS Douglas Probstfeld left Thursday for Lackland Air Force Base, where he will re- ceive his boot training. Spending two weeks with the Walter Johrsons re Mrs. Lew- is Louhexrback and children of Id, aho Fa'lis. Mr. to, herr- back will join them the follow- ing week. Lt. Edward Sonneborn Jr. spent l,ast week at the home of his parents, the Ed Sonne- borns. After ,his marriage on the weekend, tie and Mrs. Son- mborn left far a honeymoon to Portlmd, Coos Bay, San Francisco, Lake Ta:hve and to Oceanside o make their .home. Dr. and Mrs. George Claveo and family of Calgary have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Golda Hendrix. They also visited with the Sonneborns. William Gastich and daugh- ters Mary Jane ,and Ruth.of Massepequa, Ing Isl,and, are spending the week visiting their son arid brother, J(hn and the Ed Sonnebarns. Mrs. Eugene Theu, mans flew from Lyrmbrook, Long Island, to spend the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Sonneborn, and to attend the wedding o Ed. The A. A. Andersons and he Dean Andersons of seattle visited at the Earl Swansens and at- tended the Sonneborn wed- ding. The Gary Bates family left for a two-week vacation to the west coast Morday visitors ,at the Earl Swarson,s were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Vook OF Sedro Weolley. Mrs. Ken Queener and ehiid- ren of Potlach visited the past weekend with the Leonard Martins and the Roy Keenes. Mr. Keen and J:mn d Gene: flew to Pedleton to visi with Mr. and Mrs. Etnoe Friedoy. They drove home on Sunday. Sandra Aaby of Bngs, Mont., is spending two weeks with the Cla, ude Garners and Mrs. Hilga Phillips of C,heney. Monte Morgan was honored on his birthday Sunday by the Locke Lewises, the Ben Mor- gans and the Don Wynias. Spending the weekend sal- mon fishing at Westport were Chrence Rider, Mrs. Rider, Les Pruitt, Carroll Kaglan, the Robert Ehrgotts and tbby. ;They returned home through Rainier Park. Mrs. Musetta Fair and Har- vey spent last week at Dia- nlond Lake. Arriving on Sun- day eveni.n,g to spend the week was Mrs. Marjory Fait of Seat- tle. The Forrest Clarks returned on Sunday from their vacation, having visited the Robert Bros- kerys at Forrest Grove and a week's camping along the ocean. Spending from Wednesday until Monday at the Miltes Brenneman's were the Logan Brenneman's .and Mrs. Serena Brenneman of Seattle. The iatter stayed to visit. Mrs. Ciar- ence Swenson of Burlington also ,a.ttertded the Brenaeman wedding. Other out-af-t>wn guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vie Christenson, Mr. and Mrs. Tony IIatzenbuler and Mr. and Mrs. Dell McLeff, ,all from Seattle. Mrs. Dan Wynia d ,bby arrived Tuesday to visit with the Don Wyias and in Span- away with her parea. Dan will report for wrk in Los Angeles where she will join him. Mr. and Mrs. O'De IApp and mily of Tacoma were overnight .guests OF the Lau- rence Morse family. Norman Morse, Miles Batt,  Gottrt- hey nd Jim Stutsman attend- ed a week of camp at River- view Bible cm,ap on the Pend Oriee river. Crtohen Gra- ham is spending this week at the camp. Rev. and Mrs. Bill,ups and family are s-pending two weeks at PAggins, Idaho. Guest speak- ers wffi be Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers, the first week .that the Billups are gore. Mrs. Frank Baker spent a week in Salem and PortAand visiting friends and relatives. She returned home by way of Moses bake. for more visit- ing. The Dick Heyers joined friends for a ride up the St. Joe river on Sday. • FROM THE PAST Medical Lake  1934 The foll,owirg people pic- nicked at Spokane river Sun- day: Mr. and Mrs. A1 Sven(m and children Lorene and Luel- ha, Mr. arid .Mrs. Ruben Heyer and children, Mr. attd Mrs. Leo Christenson arm family, Ply Heyer, Hazel CrosweU, lbet Heyer, Pope Opers and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tesch ,arid Louis Jr., all of Medical Lake, and Mr. anti Mrs. Rudolph Steie arm family and Mr. aad Mrs. Walt- er Stelnke of Opportunity. An, umber of farmers, who had not finished harvg, are being delayed by the big rain last Frkhy. John McNeil reports that from his twyear-old sire they raised 15 head of calves, 13 of Mieh are .heifers. The sudden death of Mrs. Sarah Lewis, 65, Who was vis- iting ,at ;our Lakes, was a shock to h e r many friends. She was the widow of J. M. Lewis, who died April 5. Mrs. Lewis was looking after prop- erty interes and was leavLng the Stan Spear home when She complained of feeling faint and expired slortly. 1944 Miss Rose Ghristensen and Jack B. Hutchinson were un- ited in marriage August 1 in the Methodist church at Coeur d'Alene. They were attended by Mr. a'nd Mrs. Raymond Stable. Funeral services for Wi'am E. Tuttle were ,held August 16 in Spokane. He is survived by, one sister and one brother, both in Arizona. Mrs. Vern DeChenne and Karene and K, ay left hst week for Cahfornia to spend two weeks with her husband, Vern, who is stati, oned a* Treasure Island. Members of OES stwprised Mrs. Margaret O/son, a charter member, with a farewell party  Thursday evening. Mrs. Maud tla,rd 'd Daisy Lewis spent last weekend in Spokane with Mrs. Emma Pil- lard. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Anderson! received word from the war department that their son, S/ Sgt. Ray L. Anderson, was ser- iously injured in actir oer France July 31. He is hospiti- lized in Enghnd. 1954 Miss Rosexaary Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H,ar- ry Watson, became the bride of Alan R. Beckwith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beckwith .of Great Barrington, Mass., on Augttst,, 16 in the Community church with the Rev. Abert! Richardson officiating. A court OF honor was ,held for Post 174 Explorers and Troop 174 Boy Scouts. Explor- ers are Bob Pearson, John Rosenthal, Clarence Powers, Dennis Casey, Don McCluskey, Charles Packard, Fred Bart- lett, John Berkin, David Smith, Terry Henderson and Charles Lanman. Awards were made to Bob Pearson, Life; Fred Bart- lett, Star; John Berkin and John Fisher, 1st cMss; Chr- ence Powers, Ed Mathews and Lester gosenthal, 2rid class, and Dennis Casey, Clarence Nixon, Dale Chase and Robert Stall, tenderfoot. Miss Susan Parks vsted her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.  Alton Pillard. • Espanola News • By Katherine Holtoway BEVERLY COGSWELL HONORED AT SHOWER Mrs. Beverly Cogswetl was surprised Monday eveg when she visited the home of Mieky oriarty and found manT of her friexds gathered for a farewell shower. The Cogswells  Ieave soon for White Sahnn to make their ,home. Warren will teach the fifth grade. Co-hostesses were Pattra Seifridge and Kather- ine Hotloway. Guests were Elsie Cogvel], Betty Tooke, BVbra Seeord, Peggy Tooke, Ea Reitmier, MarilSa Wy- boeney, Mary Wyborney, Ella Krtapp, Sharon Cogsw, Saly Wilhns, Anna HedgS(m, Din'is Holznagel, Irene Rosen, MAn. nie Peterson, Eliza Rosertau, i Ollle Henning, Mae Beattie and i Na,rna Secord. PETERSONS HAVE REUNION i Twenty-one members of the Peterson family met Sunday at the home off Mrs. Rena PetersOn in Deer Park. Hon- ored guests were Mr. ah.d Mrs. De,bert Peterson and family of Vvashin, gton, D.C., and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pease of WiTMsor Locks, Conn. Others attending were Mrs. lank West of Pa- tevos, Mrs. A. R. Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Oberg and family and l%nsseH Simlrns, all of Tonasket, Ma. Marguer- ite Peterson of Waa Walls and the Lloyd Kmapps. Mar- guerite is spending a few days with Minnie and Dave Peter- son, who also attended the picnic. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. A£verta Woolery and girls of Oakridge, Ore., visited with Mrs. Carl John,son last week. Carol Strieff and fam- ily also spent several days at the Johnson home. George Meserve joined sev- eral friends from Medical Lake for a weekend of saLraon fish- ing on the coast. Mrs. Meserve spert the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Docktex near Seattle. Elsie Pehrson visited with Ruth Webley and fy on Sunday evening. On Thursday Mrs. Pehrson ,ad Evalyn at- tended a Relief Society meet- ing at the Claude Nichols h, ome in Cheney Visiting with the Dick Man- kes the past week were the Errol Sanders OF Los Angeles. Weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Manke of Paseo. Tuesday visitors at the .hone of Amanda Alberts and Ren- zil McLain were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mu!lendorf of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Best of Spo- kane were Wednesday visitors. Thursday visitors at the Bill McGourins were the Gary We levy family. On Friday the Don HiFcons of Spokane visited. Ron: IIilton was a Sunday morning visitor. Sunday evening visit-, ors were Mr. and Mrs. Don i Lambert, Dan ,and Michele Bolandrade of Cheney. Katherine Holloway and family spert the past week vis- itirg with the Harold Morgans and Bud Frys rin Spokane. The' weekend was spent camping at DeSmet with the Earl Ditt- berners. The Gordon Hodgsons at-! tended the baseball picnic at Medical Lake park Thursday where Wayrm received 'his batting trophy, this being .his second in two years. Redney Van Lehe was also present to receive his trophy. 2he E. C. Hodgsons of Veradale were Sunday afternoon visitors. Mrs. Mel Arnold returned home Thrs&ay after spending several weeks travehng witfll her niece and htsband, the C. S. Primers, and their daugh- ter Helen of Valleyford. They, traveled through seven states, visiting at all the dams from here to Santa Barbara, their destination. They also visited in the Redwood.s, Pismo Beach, Grocer City and Ocean Side. The retm'n trip took them through Los Vegas, the Grand • Marshall News • By Carol Yates PERSONAL MENTIONS Alfred Chase is home visit- ing forf the weekend. Also visiting the Chase family was Miss Sharon Coleman. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Yates, from the coast, visited with the Virgil Yates family last week. CHURCH NEWS The annum bible camp at Silver Lake camp grounds be- gan Monday. Rev. R. J. Lan- phear was camp director. Speaker for the evening chap- el services was Rev. Thirston. The Nelson Family of Wenat- cbee was featured as a music- al grou,p. Youth emphasis week at the Community church will begin Monday n,d con, tinue :all week at 7:30 every evemng. "lhere will be special music, films and ,guest speak- ers. Everyone as invited to at- tend. • Amber News • By Jennifer Jordan MILLERS HAVE GUESTS Mrs, Harry Harder and Mrs. Jim Swanda were Monday i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles MiIler. PERSONAL MENTIONS Walter Bedard ,of Seattle as a Thursday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Summerln, Carol, David arid Viki. Anne Stahlborn was a Sat- I ur4ay overnight guest 'of Jen-] nifer Jordan. I Mrs. Marian Bair and Mr. ] and Mrs. Harve Jordan were[ Sunday dinner guests o,f Mr. ] Canyon, Salt Lake Cty, Idaho and Montara. The Herb Gissetbergs of Spo- kane we:re Sunday dinner guests of the Claude Beatties. Sunday dinner guests at the Loren Von Lehe home were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Swanson and Gary. of Waukovt, honor- ing S*anley's birthday. Mrs. Von Lehe returned to the ,lms- pital in Spokane for treat- ments. Randy Johnson has been sick the past tw,o weeks. Mrs. Mar- garet Kapper of Los Angeles spent three days visitirtg with Mrs. Grace Perry. Mr. and Mrs. August Johnson of Dar- tlesville, Ok.l'a., and Mrs. Mary Loomis of Spokane visited one evening. The Jehnsons also visited at the Bill, Kums one evening. 'and Mrs. Rielard Jordan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Wiley of Seattle were guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rietz and family. Denise Rietz is visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Thain Carmen, of Davenlort, this week. Mrs. Edwin F. Dummeier took a three-day trip to Joseph, Ore., this week. Travehng with her were Minnie WMttenbac,h, Mrs. Darrell Jerue and For- ence Rue, all of Cheney. PROPER SIGNALS ADVISED Too many metorists fail to use the turn signals properly or at all, warn,s the Allstate Motor Club. They are of no value if they are not used to warn others of intended changes in direction. Bandall. Danskln, Lundln & Allison 1017 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 7745 In the Supermr Court of the State of Washington in a.nd for the County of pokane. In the Matter of the Estate of TECKLA MATILDA CARLSON TUVE- SON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said de. eeased, are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers unon the undersigned at 1017 Paulsen Building, I L. Bennett, the attorney of his office at W. 1115 Broi't$ Wash, and file such claire'el such service in the office o:t the above Court at the Citl Wash., withir# six month  0 publication of this notice. be forever barred. Date of the first ] notice is 21st day of Clifford R. Yadon; above estate. William L. Bennett, W. 1115 Broadway,. (Aug 21-Sept Davis, Trezona. 302 Fidelity Bldg.. NOTICE TO No. 77649 In the Superior Court Washington in and for Spokane. In the matter of the JEANNE BEATRICE ctent. Notice is hereby give signed has been of the above " and has qualified all persons incompeten¢ are duly verified, with upon the undersigned Building, Spokane, iormar F. Trezona, record at his office at Building, Spokane, file such claim with service in the Clerk of the above City of Spokane, six months after the of this notice, or they barred. Date of the first notlice is 21st day R. E. Ellingwood, above incomptent. Davis, Trezona, Chastek By Norman F. Trezon, 302 Fidelity Bldg., (Aug NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT Spokane, Washington,, or upon Randall, City of Cheney, Danskin, Lurdin & Allison, the attorneys of record at their office at 1017 Paulsen Bldg., Spokame, Wash., and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washingtor*, 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 21st day of August. 1964. Old National Bank of Washington, Executor of the above estate. Randall, Danskin, Lundin & Allison of Washington.--ss Notice is hereby sessment Roll for District No. 8 of the has been filed with the City of Cheney Council of the City of the 8th day of h(mr of 8:00 P. M., on the City Council at its bers ir the City Light City of Cheney, as the date and hour on' said Assessment Roll, Attorneys 1017 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. sonsN°ticewhoiSmayfurtherdesiregiVea (Aug 21-Sept 4) shall make their and file the same -"-SWI'-&--IE-'- [at or prior to the W. 1115 Broadway, Spokane 1. Wash... andf°r saldlvlacehearing,fixed forarl REDITO -- at times to whi:h No. '17677 [ adjourned, the City In the Superior Court of the State et ,I as a board of equaliz Washingtor* in and for the County of lP ose of considering sa Spokane and that at said hearing, I the Matter of the estate oil cil will consider the RALPtI W. 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