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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, August 28, 1964 ] ah T.i,,. ILIAta.,P ah, Shell Millsap ,of Cheney spent w lylGI I[IW [Frid.,ay Shopping in Spokane. MedicsI Lsk NeWS ......... [ Surdaydinner guestsoff the mrs. Letna r,mts [ Don Sheas were M_. arid Mrs. SON BORN TO lira Shea and Mr. aad Mrs. Ed , RON McKOWNS [Betz Sr. and son Vaoy. Mr. and Mrs. Roll McKown Other Tyler people on the By Katherine Holloway of Spokane are patents of a&apos; sick list this past week were son, born Aug. 20. His name is Mrs. Jack B:rorn, Lloyd Able- MRS. MINNIE HARWOOD the ttarry Gramps was Ger- tie Thornton of Tonasket and John Robert. He weighed 7 man,WillLam Ros'erau, Mrs. Joe NEARS 102ND BIRTHDAY trude Barton of Spokane. Birdie Keene of Medical Lake; pourds, 11/2 ,ounces. He joins Schell and J olin Ham. Mrs. Minnie Harwood, an old The Irvin noffs have just and three step-clildren, Har- a sister, Renee. The proud Mrs. Gel, die Lindsay and timer , the area, wi greet returned from a week of ish- old, Robert and Ruth Newman grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. sens of Troy, Mont., w e r e her many friends at an open irrg at their Downs Lake sum- of Medical Lake. Joe Schell of Tyler and Mr. weekend guests of her moldier, house on Thursday, Sept. 31t " mer home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilkes and Mrs. Jack McKown of Med- Mrs. GoIdie Kartehner. the home of Mrs. Mmde On Suzday Mrs. Musetta ave leaving Sunday for an ex- ical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. M, ayavd ard, with Daisy Lewis as co- F.ait had a visit of former stu- telmive trip to the middle west. and daughters left Manday for ] hostess. Honrs to eelebra the dents of hers from C a m a s, Ms. Anna Harris ,has been PERSONAL MENTIONS Orient, Wash., where Maynard I 102rid birthday of Mrs. Har- Idaho. They were Mr. and M. moved to Spokane where she Saturday evening, E 1 v i n [ will teach this year. [ wood ,are i cm 1 to 4 p.m. tobert Bloom. w five with her daughter, Chlders, son of Mr. and Mrs. J MTs..l.D. Walker arrived Mrs. Haubner. Another daugn - Harry Childers, and M.",ss Jan- I Amber News i home by plane Monday ee-ter, Pearl labagh, and a etA Park of Spokane, were ]O O MEDICAL LAKE NIGHT SET ning after speding several son, Paul Harris, lft for the married at Hays Park Method- Tomght (Friday) you can montha in Red Level, Ala., home in California after spend- i church in Spokane. Guests By Jennifer Jordan still get tickets to support our ViLsitig relatives, ing two m o n t h s with their .attending from Tyler were Mr. youth by attending the Spo- Connie Twxmhey of Cheney nmther, who has been ill and Mrs. Ira Shea, Mrs. Joe BUS SCHEDULE kane Indians and San Diego spent ast week with Pearl Mr. arid Mrs. @orby of Pour Sehell, Mrs. Merle Peteson REMAINS THE SAME Padres baseball game at the King arid @len Pedigo. She Lakes visited the G. Prowls and Mrs. Merle Plotts. Busses for the Amber school Fairground,s. The Spo ka n e was joined by Donrge Twoohey family. Mrs Hattie Conley of Ohe- district will run on the same manager h set this game as f>r the weekend. On Monday Mrs. Mary Weise broke her hey and Mrs. Me,fie Plotts routes and the same schedule Medieal Lake night and they evening they all joined the arm in a fall Sown her base- were ' at a birthday as ast year. The Amber hot will have a special seating sac- Twooheys for a barbeque at merit steps, party ,at Etmore aner uvsing lun'ch progvan will not begin tion at the park. If yeu wish their newly-acquired home. home in Spokane Fiday after- until Oct. 5. Students ate re- minded t6 bring sack unches to help the local softball asso- Mr. and Mrs. l,tph Pedigo of 1944 noon. ciaion, get your ticket before Chancy visited on Thuesday. Fun.eral services were held Sunday ,d!immr guests of Mr. until that dtate. the-game rom the group as- The E. L. Fullers ,had as in Denver, Colo., for Dr. Frank- and Mrs. Arlie Ableman were PERSONAt. MENTIONS selftbled at the ,high sc,hool weeken'd guests Mr. and Mrs..lir, Meier, who 6ied August 17. Mrs. Dorothy Neilson and parking lot this evem_mg. The Dob @rambo, Randy and Gene He had been 'house physician children, of Hayden Lake and Mr. and Mrs. A'lan Edmis- caravan of cars will leave there an,d Mrs. Ruth Grambo, all at the Custodial school slate Mrs. *and Mrs. Wes Ableman. ton of Sattle are helpg Mr. and Mrs. Glen Best and family at 6:45, with rodin for all Who of Ke]'so. On Sa,turday evening 1936. He is survived by his Mr. and Mrs. Bob Snea, Billy harvest. want to Ateld. Half the price the Fullers and the Grambos !wit e 'd two sons. arid Susan, vacuoned last Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schaffer of each two tickets sold will attended the wedding of Bruce i Mrs. Gene McCledon and week with her larents, Mr. and son .of Wilbur we're lunch- be kept for he Medical Lake Grambo ad Jearme Anderson gir left ast week for her and Mrs. Manny Pace L, at White con guests of Mr. a,nd Mrs. Puss. teams. Cash orations have al- at the Grace Lutheran church ilome in Va, ncouver after a A1 Dahl and family. so been coming in. in Spokane. Earl Betz spent the weekend The Claude @arners and two-week visit with *her ter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Oiens off Mrs. Katie Wylie, amt parent, with Mr. ad Mrs. L a r r y Spokane and family and Roy LODGE NEWS their granddaughter, Sandra Mr. and Mrs. Bell .Morgan. Wright, at heir resort on Fsh Oiens of Hawaii were cal'ers Lake in Kittitas County near of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Dah,1 and The Worthy rand MaCon, Aaby, were Sunday dinner Alton Pillard and Rosemary Leavenworth. Flerence Merark% will Pay her guests of Mrs. Mas Manring returned item a visit with s Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown family. official visit to Starlight Chap- OnLd her ,4sters, Mrs. Snyder bther at Craword, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mason ter No. 90-and Loyal C,haMer and Mrs. Myrtle Longbottxma. Mrs. Fritz Giltreh mad and family 'and Mr. and Mrs. of Spokane were din- No. 133 Saturday everAng at Sandra left Tuesday Mter ch'ildren and Mrs. S tan l ey Lee Ableman and sons pcked and son net guests of Mr. and Mrs. A1 8 p.m. in the I.O.O.F. Hall in spending two weeks with her Slain and son returned to Se- peaches at Penawawa Su, nday. Dahl .and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. LeR,oy Jack- Medical Lake. Dinner will be grandparents. Her home is in attle after visiting their par- Mrs Richard Jordan and f, am- hd at 6 p.m. in her honor. BillrgS,Mr. andMnt'Mrs. Ed Allison of ents. son and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mr. amt Mrs. Harold Faig Harris off Cheney had dinner i]y and G a y S w e g 1 e were Wednesday supper guests: of Rebekah Lodge will meet Gladstone, Ore., and tapir ha,ve purchased ,a house from in Spokane Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harris and Sept. 8. Mr. aLn,d Mrs. Lee Ableman houseguests from Wisconsin Mrs. Eleanor Englebree, oc- AT THE CHURCHES :were guests of the Lewises cued at pesent by Mr. ,and and sons were Surday callers family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralp,h Noack Alan Gilbrth and John from Monday through Friday. Mrs. Robert Linden. at the Lloyd Ableman home. of Entiat visited Mr. and Mrs. Brewer will be in charge of Mrs. Vearl Campain and Gay Mrs. Alice Holman, Spokane, j. M. Harris this week. church services as pa off Lay- of Pateros and Mrs. Larry Tup- 1954 Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Potts and Mrs. Chares M2'ller spent men's services at the Commtm- ling o f M*ansfield a r r i v e d ity church this Sunday. Tlmrrsdav, to spend several MAss Betty McKown, d.uh- nauMr" c,edand MrS.on Mrs.WiamLetha PlottsPse" hne.Wednesd'aY ,at the Jim Swanda The Assembly off Cod church days ,at the Wes Huff 'home. tea" of Mr..and Mrs. Jahn Me- last week. Mrs. Pleats ,has been Mrs. George Marine of Ci- leld tptism ,services gt Silver Mr. and Mrs. I-Iarl Glasgow Kal, and John Hopper were on the sick list the past two forma was a Sunday over- La k e Sunday, with Brother attended the golden wedding umted in marriage August 6 weeks. Terry babtisig an Indian cou- on Stm4ay of Mr. and Mrs. in the Assembly of God church. Mond, ay visitors t the Don- G.nigA. guestRietz Mrs.Mrs" ple from Welpinit. On Monday (eorge Hutehsn at aeir ,Mrs. Howard PUips, niece ald Davis ome were Mr. and MaTino is Mrs. Rietz's sister. evening a group from the home in Spangle. of Merle Bacon, anti her tare, e Mrs. Vince Kazmrk of Shelby, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peek anal churoh atterded a revival time Mr. and Mrs. John Ball and lttle boys left by plane Fri- Mont. clair meeting at the Glad Tid- Mrs. M',adam Salengux of Inde- day for their home hat Puerto Thursday eveng, Mr. and chiMren were guests for the day of Mrs. Edwin F. Dummei- ings church in Spokane. pendence, Ore., returned this lieo after Slending the sum- Mrs. William Rosenau w e r e er and Franc Mason. Peck is week {rom a trip that included mer here. Her husband, M/Sgt. dinner guests of her ant, Mrs. their nephew. ] SCHOOL OPENS SEPT. 8 seeing Ja.'pev National Park, Howard Phil, lips, was he for Ina Stout, in Spokane. Mrs Vern lolfe, frmerly J Registra1on for school for Dake Loaise, Calgary, @Mcier the S.A.C. reeoee and Mrs. Arm Irish of Cheney of Cheney, Mrs. Darrell Jerue, [ tden new to Medical Lake Park and Banners Ferry. mariner, oompetitins, was a Suucay dinner guest Mrs. Nolan Bd.'own ,and Mrs. F. ! opormd oday at the vm, ius Mr. arid Mrs. Merle Bacon Dr. and Mrs. GeId The- of Mr. and Mrs. Arley Heyer L. Ratcliffe Jr. were guests of i selmols. At the high school, spent a week on the Olympic ington and san Paul are visit- and daughters. Principal James Van Matte set Peninsula and Sol Duc Spmgs. ing ,his sister, Mrs. Edward Miss Annemarie Gornan of Mrs. Edwin F. D.umm,eer for yesterday ad today and Tues- Merle had ,a day of salmon Sommborn. ' brunch. day and Wednesday fom 8 fishing while there. Mr. and Mrs. Greiner of SeattlelHieheloniS athisgUestweek. ,of Mrs. Grace Mrs. Diane Bailey Whi,te and a.m. to 4 p.m. ,as registration Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Spokane are Pa,rens of a baby Mr. and Mrs. Don Shea and : dates. Blair .s0hol i i days Don Broadsword, Darre arm gl born #-, t 7. Mrs. ( Pat visited her ga,dmother, throu'gh the first two days of Dawn Ann at GreSham, Oe., net is the daughter of Mr. a Mrs. W. H. Maxwell, in Spo- 1. Principals are now in for several days were the Mil- Mrs. Mone Moore. kane recently. Mrs. Shea's the ofic, es ,and students not ton Kukuks. They returned uncle, Bernard Slatrow, of San : previously registered may do home on Tuesday and t h e Diego, Calif., was also a ,guest. so until he first 4ay. hfid:ren children went to Plummet to O Epanola News Mrs. Don S hen and Mrs. mu,st be 5 years of age by ,spend the rest of the vacation : Sept. 30 with first grade stu- with the Bert Denys. By Katherine Holtoway dents being 6 'by the stone dae. The Clarerme Riders and teaches t, he 8th g r a d e and Birth certifieate or records Charlene left on Friday r a GRANGE PICKS CANDIDATE coaches sports. mUSt be brought for kinder- trip taking them through Gla- Espano Grange has chosen Julie PeArson r e t u r n e d gatorr and first grade stu- cier Park, Calgary, Lake Lou- Terri Musser as its can6idate home Friday from a trip to dents. Students from o, her ise, Cranbrook and Ceston. for the title of "F, airest of the Salt Lake City to t with sclmols must bring report Mike Rider is on a two-week Fair" at the Spokane Inter- the tober Pehrsans, Mrs. M. <maids or other edenee of pack trip by herse into the state Fair, to he held Septem- q ownsend, the Verden Men- previous work when they en- ,hils back of Twisp with Lee bet 15-20. Terri, daughter of sons and the Walter Rueeh- veil. Pruitt. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Musser, is arts. Mrs. Don Mctan and Medical Lake teachers new Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wesley 17 and a senior at Medical  Donna were Sunday visitors to the district will meet with arid family .of Ke]so arived Lake High Skool, where she :with Mrs. PeArson ad Evelyn. principals , Wednesday. T h e Saturday for a week's visit has been chosen a cheer leader i Bus peArson attended a work general staff will be oriented with the Gene Brewer family, and a member of the lmnor day Saturday 'at the Doug De- in the multi-ptrpose r o o m Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mace society. Terri was a past hen- Champ home on Moran Prairie. Thursday with Cotmty School enjoyed a family e at ored queen in Job's I)aughters K a r e n Van Lehe was an Spirit Lake Sunday with Mrs. and was a juvenile granger for overnight guest of Permy Hol- Slpe2i,nt,ndent Wan Emerson McParMne an,d family of Spo- ]0 years, each year tmlding an loway Tuesday. Sunday visit- ac speaker. Opang day of school will kane and Mrs. Tryon a,nd tam- office, ors at the Earl Von Lehes be a full day with lunch ily of Trentwood. were Mr. and Mrs. Dan De- served. Busses will run about John Carey is home from the GRANDDAUGHTER MARRIES Cheime of S p o k a n e. On the sme pick-up time as the hospital after having surgery Bernadine Schmitt, grand- Wednesday the V'on L e h e s previous year with necessary last week. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O*to traveled to Ritzvilte, and on the i M. and Ms. William Dunce Magnuson, was married August retrain trip visited wi*h the I adjustments being made after and Tom pent the past week 13 in Missaua to Pooand Wol- Cecil Garners. I th first day. vacationing on the Ol,ylpic lenschager. Attending f r o m Tuesday Luncheon guests at[ : MURRAY IN PRACTICE Pen,insula visiting many of lmre were her mother Mrs. the HoBoways were Mickey[ Army PFC Hovard S. Mur- their friends. O 11 i e S c h m i t t, and Neil Morarty and dren. T h e [ ray, son of Mr. and M. How- Mr. and Mrs. John Ihish, Sc, who gave 'her in mar- Keimeth Johnsons of Spokane al A. M u r r a y of Medical Wally, Jeanne and their cam riage. They honeymooned at were Sunday visitors, with Ju- Lake, participated in a short sin, Marlene Labih of Cheey, Lake Louise and Balfff and ave dy and Doug remaining to nti'ce annut practice exercise have been acatiorAng for over rmw home in Missouia, where spend a few days. The Jim with his unSt Battery A, 4th two weeks in Yellowstone, the he is in business. Ollie Sehmitt Heptons of Cheney were over- Black Hills and .at many tflace is ,spending some time at the night guests, as was Donna Missile Battalion 7th Artillery, in ,Mirmesota, Where they ,have Magntmons in the absence of Harris of Tyler. The FAmer Bergstrom Air Foo B a s e, Tex., ,at the McGregor Missile relatives. They have received Mrs. MagnlLOn, who has been Havrises visited on Smaday. Range, near Fort Bliss Tex., ord from Jerry, their-son in St. Lukes .hospital since Wednesday evening s with the Army in Fam, e that Wednesday. at the Ernie Me,arty .hne Aug. 9-16. he  s .bride have been were :he Warren Cagswels. Each missile Imt pro- vacationing in S'witland. PERSONAL MENTIONS On Thurs'*lay he visitors were virg air defense for the a- tion's key ciies nd nWitav7 They and the l.hihes here Sunday visitors at the Loren Jack penlalJurick and Lee bases, is equed to  reanxioulvwaitingforAprfl Von Lahe 'home were the penhallurick of Moses Lake (me such s,hovt notice firing of 1965, w e they  be Wayne Lundbergs of Spokane. and M Wyhome r. On: Stm- each year. home. The Kirby Sooys of Cheney and d even,g e Moviartys vis- Mm, ray, a latmcher crew- a drive to Lewiston last week the Puny Kreegers of Spokane Red with the Arlo Huber aan-   in edm battery, entelxd a drive to Lewiston last w ek visited in the eveelmg, itYwaat Voradale.Hton attended : Army in November 1962 and .up the Lewis and Clmrk Sumtay visitors for supper the atfle League baseball ban. :. , completed ,basic--g 1-1gy o Mssm: Wed.r-Iat the home of Dave .and Mi- I at Port Ord, Coiif. day visitors were xt and Leo i ne Peterson were Mr. and Mrs. i quet 'Phu at, F The 21-yeav-oki sMie is a McCaffery and Mrs. Hazel Me-Rort Pease  Me and qm me weeKea 1960 graduate of Medical Lake CferY of Davea%um't. Peteran, who have been visit- the John South ramie, wm H i g h School al attended ing .here from the East. dre to Sun Lake to vacaim. Eastern Washington State Col- Monday evening visflrs *at Wedaxesd'ay ftevrmm visit- PI the home of Amanda Abea ors at the Claude BeaYde home FROM THE 00nz. PERSONAL MENTIONS and Mrs. Charles Hoyt md aged A11en of 'Five Mile trod Spemting the past wek with Medical Lake -- 1934 Hank Kuckebueh of Wilbur. their zouse gues, the Jack the JOhn  were Peevl 1. ,arm Mrs. John Henmg ZoIars of Denver rd the Gor. services were held visited Saturday even g. dn Zrnmers of Spokaue. nd ttatie Smith of Neb, Me., .and I. and a's. Bob Lee SideWay at the Medical Lake Terry Konrad of Spokane Visiting with  ster from : Smith and children of San Oor,,ztion church for Wil- visited Tuesday with G a r y IIoH is Mrs. E v ely n Francisco.  R u s s e l 1 BarthMvon. Iw r, Mann at the McGoudn home. Campbell at the Richard ,Mn- Oavy Tyree of Spoka is who passed away Friday. . Mrs. Stanley Swanson  a ke ,home. She came on Thm-s, ! sperdg  week with his ew hl Wed in.the Sun dy callrfrm Wau. On kemistt.t : cnrnn"n. tb C E Jollevs, area  yeats, tie ts . _ Ved"nesda'y"-visi-trs" ee Mr'i! by ,hi wife, Emma; four sos, spent Mond.ay helping  ad Evr ol aesd,_:, ........ and Mrs. B F. Joley of Hart-Roger of S.laO. ClauS.  Mrs. m) mr move ,-ome. -vne.Dscar vm avve. i re BaD wm e a c n m m u ,,, .s,uy I Torn of Santa Bavvaa arm tay ry, waa . 1me. ' " uest of of Ydma; two daughters, Myr- I s c h o o 1 aain this year. He dizmer wtl the R. E. Henvys. A Sunday dn,ner Blue Shield Its 25fh Thls'year marks the 25th an- niversary of the founding of the first Blue Shield type plan in 1939 by the California Medical Association. The fledgling California in- fant of 1939 was the first step in a phenomenal qnarter centnry of growth. Starting with the California plan, followed later in 1939 by a Blue Slield plan in Michigau, Blue Shield has grown to where it now com- prises a network of 83 independ- ent plans in the United States, Canada, and Jamaica coordi- nated by the National Associa- tion of Blue Shield Plans in Chicago. From barely 12 million sub- scribers in 1949, 10 years after its inception, inembership in the succeeding 15 years has soared to over 53 million. Benefits paid to a record 53,450,349 Blne Shield snbscribers in 1963 topped the billion dollar mark for the first time. What are the reasons for such an outstandi]g growth record? Coming out of the depression in the late '30s, Americans felt the need for a vehicle hich would enable them to prepay tiieir medical expenses. The financial ravages of the depres- sion were disastrous to those who incurred heavy medical ex- penses. The government was ready with a eompnlsory healtl in- surance progl'tIn V b e n Blue Shield and other voluntary health care prepayment plans were made available to the people. Americans, given the op- portnnity to choose between government and volnntary health care, voted with theh' dol- lars for the vohmtary approach in overwhehning llnnll)el's. Today, more th'tll 77 per cent of the United States population has some form of a voluntary health care prepayment plan. Blue Shield covers 26.41 per cent of he United States pop- ulation, handling 46 per cent of the medical and 36 per cent of two sons of San Diego and Darla Bailey 'of Lament and Mr. and Mrs. James Miller and family were Monday eveaing guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chafies Miller. Mrs. Edwin F. Dmnmelev, Florence Rue, Minnie Whtm- the surgical conntry, The main widespread Shield is that pace with the needs of members. Blue Shield subscribers for their pense . , . and are accepted as by over 125,000 U. . Blne Shield that it can now that it once thought Primarily, this is unique Shield has with patient .... and character of the At first, many plaus limited coverage to, in- hospital surgi- cal cases. A few inclnded obstet- rical cases and fewer offered limited cover- age for non-Bur- gical cases. Al- most all p 1 a n s excluded cover- age for diag- nostic services. Today, Blue hi. erally offer surgery the hospital, with to the number obstetrieal services the hospital. care of t h e medical services in to 120 days or Also generally eral anesthesia out of the hos cian anesthesiolo ployed by the tic or therapeutic professional tations in or out Blue Shield, tle quarter not paused to siderable laurels. ahead to new er coverage for ba, eh aml Mrs. returned re cen, fl: to the Wallows gion. They wer couple of 'days visited the two the Snake river Canyon. SA 3-3848 MEDICAL LAKE BUILDI!00I MAINTENANCE Window Brick Masonry Water Proofing Rt. 1, Box 8, I FREE ESTIMATES jY $ Chimney Repairs Stone Work Tuck Pointing Rod Murphy Multiply by 5% billion, and what do you get? You get a rough idea of how many of your tax dollars have already gone into electric power systems owaexl and run by the federal government. And that's quite ms eyeful of silver dollars. Some people want our fedezal govern- ment to get even deeper into the power busiaess. They want it to spend biltiom of dollars for more federal electric sys- tems, even though they are not ,needed. The fact is we, and the nation's more than 300 otler investowned electric power companies are already l:  building to supply all the add tricity you-and all Amcdcs  to keep the future bright. Thi because' tomer or perhaps as one of t shareholders in electric across the commy. When you think of all ti, t any reason for the federal go, spend your taxes on more re& power systems-a job it THE WASHINGTON WATER F@l00 Electric and Natural Gas Service