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V- Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, September 3, 196.5 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway It&apos;s Back To School Desks For Medical Lake Pupils The familiar sou,ad of school belts will be heard once again Tuesday, Sept. 7, vChen nil Medical Lake School District stu- dents begin classes. The first day ,of school will be a full day, foUowing simihr sc, hedu.les as used last year. Was Huff, su,perintendent, sad an" new students in the district who ,have not re_ster- ed should do so immediately at their nearest school or reg- i.semr on opening day. The hot lunch program will be in effect the first day of school. The cost is 30 cents for all ,grades 1-12 ,and 35 cents far dults. An orientation meeting for 23 teachers new to the district vcas held Wednesday, Sept 1 with principals in their build- ings. ,ch,uveh tadies will entertain with ,a ward party this week. HOME IMPROVEMENT CLASS SLATED Dates have been set for an- other Adult Education el, ass ,at the Medical Lake high sclmol wocational agriculture depart- ment. This year's el'ass will be ibtle,d "Home Improvement" to run from Sept. 28 to Nov. 18 on Tuesday and Thurs,day eve- nings from 7 until 10 p. m. work shop will feature John Ham .of Sprague has furniture finishing and uphol- been hired to maintain the staring and the lecture will be busses. Two new busses for re- on plant diseases. Interested placement have been purchas- persons may call at the school ed for the transportaion routes, district office, Herb Baker Pckup times on ,all bus routes and Jay Wood will be the in- will be essentially the same as structors. A three dollar fee last year. Adjustments may be will be made., necessary following opening day of school. BRIEFS FootbaU practice is aeady in session as provided in the ,St. Timothy's Guild will new change in rules in start- hold its first fall meeting on in the work out. Sept. 13 at the home of Mrs. Bonnie S'hglei is the new Dorothea Campbell. tdgh chool sretary ad Nan- A trial ride, games time and cy Rice will begi,r secretarial luch was enjoyed by horse service .at Blair Elementary lovers or Sunday beginning at sCh001, the Claren, ce Rider home. Tak- MedAcat Lake school district ing part were Judy McMflhn, I will ,begin the school year with David Kuhn, Rella Meserw 115 st members wlch in-ad Charlene Rider. Clarence ctuded six teach, or aids. The Rider accompanied them. oHowiag are st members Mr. and Mrs. Chrece John- new to the system: son ,of Rockford, Il. are visit- Medical Lake Elementary ing with Mrs. Johnson's sisters, ItAna lae Lfllienthal, grade Mrs. Ftarenee Reeves and ,Mrs. 3; Margaret Utter, grade 4; Charles Brooks of Rearda Jane Berbat,grade 1. They and alt of their families Medical Lake High School' attended a niece's weddin. ,g a Dale ill, science; Kim Colfax on Saturday. Peny- lubreeht, math and science wynn Leinweber was married Earl Fampp, Ilztiai axts to Delbert Smmons. Mr. aIKl El[ora Me , girls' P. E. Mrs. Jck Jones and Steve of Blair Elementary Tacoma are visiting this week L.aura Adamson, grade 4; with Mrs. Reeves. Judah Chrk, grade 2; Nancy Mrs. W'fllia" m McK<vn and Doty, grade 1; Nancy Free- three elldren of, Ga. ma, ,grade 5; Mary Gihnan, rrived on Tuesday by plane grade 1; Dorothy Cmstin, grade a visit with Mr. and Mrs. 3; ElSea , grade 5; Ju- John McKown. T/Sgt. Wiiam di Mmscb, grade 2; Frank McKown will arrive sometime Espanola News By Katherine Holloway ATTEND EXHIBITION Eric and Gary Swanson let Thursday for a weekend, to at- terd the Pacific Nationl Ex- hi'bitten at Vancouver, B. C. They also visited friends at Lynden, returning 'home Sun- day evening. VISITORS LEAVE Ray. and Mrs. Robert Lhn, Becky arid Bob, lt for their home at North Hiffhlads, spent a week at LaKe Louise Banff and Vancouver. Their sons, Mike and Rich, visited their grandparerts at Twisp while their parents were gone. Visiting with the Vern Cro- nins are the .Glen Horstrons. Miss Sandra Aaby left by plane on Friday for her home in Billirgs, Mont., after spend- ing two weeks with her ground- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner and her aunts in Che- nay, Mrs. Mary Snead and Mrs. Helga Phillips. Marie Sei- l mer of Chewetah visited with the Garners on lVriday. The John Labishes and the Jerry Labishes drove to Ami- ira on Thursday to vit with I the Max Keiners. ] Mrs. Elvern Garber and her 11 year old son, Guy, spent two weeks in Hayward, Calif. with Mr. and Mrs. George Bjorklund, her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fine droe to Pullman to spend the night on Saturday with the Fines. Marsha McGuire, who spent the ,summer with the James Spiders ,at Camp Wanatok on Lake Cle Elum, returned lmme to the Frank Bakers last week. Mrs. Baker .recently spent sev- eral days with relatives in Moses Lake. Was Huff, Herb Baker and Larry Morse spent the week. erd salmon fishing at West- port. The Fred Johnsons and Mrs. Grace Perry ttended the fun-i oral in Spokane ot Monday of Mrs. Mary Loomis. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perry of Oolville visited one day hst week. Calif. after visiting in the Mrs. C. V. Steward of Coeur area for a week. They were d' Alone. They toured Gillette Tuesday ove:rnght visitors a't lake, Tiger and Newport. Re- the home of Ruth Lehn and turning home Wednesday. Mr. also visited on Wednesday with the Howard Williams, Carl Johnsons and with Art DeCaro before leaving. SISTER HOME arid Mrs. John Labilh and Mrs. Garry Labish and Steven were Sunday aftero0n visitors of tim Joe Labishes. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Dicky and Rose were Saturday eve- FROM PAKISTAN ning visitors of Frank Ludwig Mrs. Elsie Cogswell and her and Mrs. Celia Kelly. family had a visit from her Carl Evans of Parma, Id.aho, sister, Mrs. Elmo Steinke and spent Saturday with Mr. and Mr. Steinke tast week. They Mrs. Iarry Hampton. Mr. have been in Pakistm for Evans is an old time friend of some time and will ow make their 'home in the States. They have been visiting on the coast and ths week will attend the :wedding of their son Max. Mr. ,and Mrs. Dick Willms of Deer Park aso visited while they were here. ATTENDS WEDDING Terri Musser ,attended the the Hamptons. Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harts- ord, Garry and Janice of Four Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phil- lips and Johnny were supper guests and spent the evening Saturday with Mrs. Anna Phil- lips. wedding at Colville on Satur- Mrs. Helen Boots and Mary ay of Dianne McKern, a and Mrs. Vina McNearney roommate of Terri's while in were visiting relatives Thurs- the hospital hat winter. Terri, Tommy and Wendy Musser spent the weekend at Lake Thomas with their grand- mother, Mrs. Mabel Shoal BOOTH COMMITTEE TO MEET MONDAY The Espanola grange fair booth committee will meet each Monday evening at the Frank Holiinshead home. All grange members are urged to attend, lend a hand and to of- fer ideas. Tuesd'ay evening visitors at the Bill McGourin home were day and Friday in Sandpint, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. John Babb and David and Mrs. Babb's niece, Jan Wesleen of Seattle were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garner Boots and family. Mrs. Clarence Davis return- ed home Monday after spend- ing the weekend with Mr. ad Mrs. David Buddrius, Duane and Michael. Mrs. Anna Phillips was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips and Johnny. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert of e Spangle News Cheney. Saturday evening guests were the Stanley Swan, By Jeanne Green ,sons and Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mervin McClure and children of Davenport and George Mann of Spokane. Art DeCaro of Tacoma was a Wednesday supper guest of the Ernest Moviarty family. Thursday Mrs. Moriarty and Art DeCaro visited with the Andrew Robinsons and on Sat- urday they visited with the Martin Theimen, s at Reardan. The Moriartys visited with the Paul Saccomann*o family in Spokane on Wednesday and Friday supper guests were the Larry Wells of Mabton. The Frank Selfridge family were Sunday dinner guests at the Merv Kessirger home in Spokane. Art Deo of Tacoma. who has been a guest ,of the John- sons and Holloways for 10 days left Monday morning or his home after visiting friends in SERVICES HELD FOR ROY SMITH Funeral services were held for Mr. Roy Smith, 64, Aug. 27 from the Chapel of the Val- ley, Thorn,hill Valley Funeral Home. Mr. Smtih passed away in Libby, Mont., last Tuesday. He atong with another man were de tiveriag a trailer house when he became ill and was taken to the ,hospital where 'he passed away. [ Mr. Smith is survived by his ife Gladys ,at the home, N. 1207 Felts Road., Spokane Valley, a ,daughter, Mrs. Lou- ise Sievers of Spangle and five grandchildren, Iill, Marilyn, Joe, Carolyn, and Bobby Siev- ors. He was a past nble grand Oberst, grade 6; Gary Riley, in October from Alaska. Mon- gade 6; Reed Robertso, iday visitors were Mrs. ,lonld 6; Katlw Sheirer,! blcKvn .and children of Sire- .grade 2 KaTe Smith, hatf time kane. kigarten; and Dixie Lee a,nt0, grade 1. Lakeland Village ary Azevedo, .ademic I)e R. Scharts, speech. MAY FILE FOR DIRECTOR Mabel Sheaf entertained at dirmer on. Thursday evening for the Ab Griffiths, the Earl Swansons, the Ernest Ahlfs and Een Brown. On Monday she left to spertd several days with her sister, Pearl Peter- son ,at Sunnyside. There ,ave to SClmol Direc- Mrs. and Mrs. C. R. EUiott r ows open, that of o ApaChe Jtmction, Ariz., vis- Dktrict No. 5 ad No. 1. Both ited with tke Charles JoHeys. r our year terms. Candidat- Mrs. Lev brick drove to es may file at the County Co, tee City Tuesday after oathse .between Sept. 3 learning of the accident invol- and 17. h order to quatify the ring her Sather, BRI JoRey and camiidte must reside in the l'ds san. Bth are in the Soap Director District. Clarence Lake hospital with broken g is completing his bones 'and cuts. At pren tem  Dr District No. beth are doing well. 5 ari Oscar Muaser from ,Marie Seimer of Cheehh No. 1. visited with the Ed Mhons on Friday. Sunday aermmn LONG GOES TO OLYMPIA visitors at the M,hons were r. and Mrs. Len Long and Mr. xl Mrs. Ed L. 1ahon and four cMren hve dwoved to son of Slmkane. I Mr. Long will tm'admimstrattve .assist, at to Mrs. S. L. Bemlvix came Brad SaBerS, who is s'- home from the Deaconess or of the divimon for candicp, hon Friday and is re- children in O. Mr. covering at ber home. Long had been director of ed- SRturday overnht guests utttoa at Lakelad ViSage a.t the Charles Starkweather e years. Tlmy ave ,home were Mr. and Mrs. L. O. sod the home that they are Clayton of CtarkSton. buikrg on Silver hke ,to the Mr. ,and Mrs. Fra,mk Shaw of remerton  with the Jack McGee amfly. loy Butts om Friday utfl RETI RES  SOON Tuesday. Sutar dinner guests .at the .xs. CharIes StarkweaCher, Don Sfites home were Mr. and who ,has been in the tmm4ry Mrs. Be Boyles and Fneir nt at EaStern State iou, se guests rom Seattle, the hospital or 15 years, was Iron- Virgil Patridges. <mcl Friday with a potluck The Milton Kulmk6 drove dirmr at the lmspital. At- to Pttmmer on Sunday to terding were many spend the day. Susan and Den- eHaw wrkers, ms enmined to spend a week were other retired em with their grandparents, the piyees. They wre Mrs. Sff- Bert Deanys. On Saturchy the ler, Mrs. Greer, Mrs. Van Val- Milton and Herb Kukuks r, Mrs. Starkweather and heped Mr. and Mrs. a Fine Mrs. Seimer. 4-H GROUP TO PICNIC Fm.ities and friends of the Chen] ._rhers are invited to   play with them on . 5 at 1 p. m. in Sut- tot perk in Chancy. Tki's ,  of Esparla, I Lake, Pur Lakes and  folk, wilt this ic in the absence of tlte  Lake Fair that ,has: been lm[d in recent years. ASSEMBLY BRINGS GROUP The Rainbow Assembly of St. Iohn provided a variety program and soeial ,hour at Basteam State Hospital last eekend. Twenty.four persons en,tertained. The Lidgerwod EUB move to the new 'home in Pu,man. They have a new 12 by 62 foot trailer ,house over- loking the city at the Mod- ern View Mobile Court. Gary is with the city sewerage de- partmem. Mr, ad Mrs. Fran Llewel- lyn, Koran and Kevin dre to Everett to spend a week with their so Bob. Mrs. Agn, as Heyer accompanied them and visited neaby with the Walt Steinkes, Mrs. Lions and Mrs. Moser. Bob returned with them for Natiomal Guard week- end. Bd Sonneborn's sister, Mrs. Will,am Kastick anal family o Massequa, Long Ishad, spent three weeks with the Senne- borns. John, their son, return- ed .home with them fter spending the summer here. the area. Other visitors were Down m0q [Ene[ the ay Strieffs of Cheney and the Harold Hedges and Medical Lake -- 1955 i 00ber00 "*f Spokane. Russell HoRoway of Sandpoin Navl Medical Lake schools will open for the fall tem Tues- day, Sept. 6, superinterFlent W. A. Huff has announced. The teaching staff or the year is complete with a staff of 49. Corsiderable new texts have been purchased for replace- ment in ,all schools. Much new equipment .has been irtstal]ed and many seasonal repairs have been made. There was an attendance of 103 in Sunday school last Sun- day. The Roy. Lyre Arnold was in charge of the service. Textbook deposits in high i school will he required a this year as well as deposit !for hxks on book and physi- et education" lckers.. Book deposits will be $2.00 and :lck rental and deposit will be $1.90. Medical' Lake  1936 Harold Got@hack has resign- ed rom his teaching posiio in Cshmere and accepted a position as principal of a school in Seattle. , Miss Virginia Trada of Cpeuv d Alene is a guest at the hme !of Mrs. Ruby Gray. Funeral srvices: for Mrs. Ellen McKniglt Cmpbetl, who yeas a resident of Medical Lake or nearly hal/a century, were held Monday afternoon from Hazer and Jheger's funeral home. The Boy Scouts are going to make a trip to Coulee dam next weekend. Two main events and sev- eral preliminaries are etures of the Scout smoker to .be held in the high school gymnasium Friday, Sept. 11. Medical Lake  1945 Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Depner and children of Cashmere, were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton A. Hussey. Mr. and Mrs. George Calla- way of Bench, Wash., was a weekend guest at the W. A. Baldwin home. Sgt. and Mrs. Claude E. B.arker were Sundy dineri guests at the home .of Mr. and Mrs. George Delaharre borne. Laddie Huskey, who has been stationed at San Diego, is home on a leave visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lad Hus- ky. The pu,blic is cordially in- vited to ,attend Sunday school Mr. and Mrs. ary Base was home for the week- 'end with Sue Iam of Tyler be- ing a Saturday dinner guest. On Friday the Holtoways vis- ited with the A1 Tesda,hls at Four Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. John Lesser of Moses Lake visited with the Gary Wefileys over the week- end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leigh of Millwo0d were Sunday af- temoon visitors at the home of Minnie and Dave Peterson. The Oscar Reitmeiers were Wednesday evening supper guests of the R. E. Henry fam- ily at Chattaroy. On, Sunday they drove to Pasco to have dinner with the Steve Green- woads. Having a musical evening with the Wyberneys on Sat- uday were Mr. and Mrs. John Labish. Sunday dinner guests at the Wyborneys were Dr. and M. Frank Skerbeck of Port Angeles. East fheney By Anna Phillips GRANGE TO MEET ,Bast Chancy ,ge meets this Friday evening. Mrs. Es thor Stetzer urges all members to be prese as ,,this is a very imparn meeting. MOVE TO NEW HOME Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wes- terman and chiMren .have moved their newly built home on the corner of 4th and I streets. They operate the Chancy Drug store. Guests on Satday at their new home were her parents, lr. and Mrs. David Diven, Spokane; and ,an uncle and aunt, Capt. and Mrs. L. Olmstead. VT!0NS ATTENDED Mr. and Mrs. John Van Br ut patron ,and matron f ]avtha Chapter OES of Che- ney have been attertding the visltaons of the grand mat- ron Ms. John Warnock, in Spokate and vicinity. On Sat- urday evening Manite chan- ter, Spokane, was visited n Mray evening Magrmlia chapter, Millwood, was visited. A number of Cheny members, many of the grand officers and Spokane members also were in attendance. Last week on Sunday Mr. and recording secretary, of IO- OF Wilfor Lodge No. 269. He came from Kansas and had been a resident of Spokane Valley for 35 years. Interment was in the Fair- mount Memorial Park with Rev. Odin A. Baugh officiat- ing at the services. Mr. Smith was well known by many of the Spangle resi- dents. JENNINGS ENTERTAIN Mrs. Laura Dod'son of Waco, Texas mad son, George Dod- son, and s family from &po- kane were Wednesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norton Jennings. Mrs. Dodson has visited with members if .her family in California and Oregon. FolMwlng her Spo- kane visit she will visit a few day6 with two sons and famil- ies in Seattle and then return to her ,home in Waco. BREWERS RETURN HOME Dr. and Mrs. Madison Brew- er and family flew back to their home Friday. They had been visiting with the Austi : Brewer faraRy for several weeks. ATTENTION, READERS I am most haPP7 to report an, news any of you might Imve. It is i,Me for me to hear of all of it or o c1 all those whom I tnk migh have some. I would be glad fr anyone having news to me at my home by 10:00 Mon- day morning. My number is 245-3436. Do let me 'h from you. and Mrs. Joe Labish, Jimmie at the Community church, and Jennifer spent the evening Bates Service begins at 10 a.m. and were overnight gues of where she will NEWS IN BRIEF :Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crab- tree, Rob'm, Rene, and Danna were dinner guests at the Fred Iing home in Newport Sun- day. Other guests included Mr. : and Mrs. Sterling Friehman, I Lirtda, Sharon, and Bruce, Lonnie Moran,n and John Geri- rnnte ll of Spokane. Mrs. Ruby Hart and Debbie ,have returned after visiting Mrs. Irt's daughter and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. At Ferline of Pennsylvania. They had a wry .ndce visit but say it i,s ho and crowded back there. Vaughn Knth underwent surgery last week at ,a Sgo- karte hospital. Mrs. Claude Schieche drove him to his mother's home in Ritzville when he was released from the hospital. While in Ritz- ville Mrs. Schieche and Mrs. Knuth hdped Yvonne Knuth I move to Springfield, Ore., b teaching Up until fairly recently, the taxing objective of the Ameri- can government was to secure revenue. But now there has been grafted onto the taxing system the principle of using taxes to regulate the economy. Recent experience shows that when government seeks to adjust economic conditions by tax policies, there Is a con- stant conflict  b e t w e e n common sense and pol/tical ex- pediency. In the end, so far, political expediency has won. l * * * I According  to the infor- c.W. Harder mation being gathered all this year by a special field survey conducted by the National Federation of Independent Bus- iness, the 1964 income tax cut has not been considered very helpful by the nation's inde- pendent businessman. * * * The independcnt business, as a matter of equity, voted through the Federation in fa- vor of the removal of excise taxes, but there is still a great question how helpful this move will be. Now there is a great deal of static being set up in Foggy Bottom about a tax measure that would relieve those con- sidered in poverty income lev- els from paying any tax. * * * On the other hand, there seems little official concern over the fact that it does cost a family more than $600 per year to raise a child. Rap. Wal- ter Rogers of Texas realizes this fact and has introduced a National Federation of IndeDenda.t Buslnes; hool this year. Carl Blauert, son of Mr. and ! Mrs. Fred Bl,auert, Spangle, is now stationed at Lackland AFB in Texas. Miss Carolyn Sievers was a guest for several 0ays of Miss Rene Crabtree last week. She was an overnight guest Sun- day of Miss Bonnie Jo Green. obby Slavers also pent two days 1,ast week with the Green children. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie ardner of O'pportunity were Sunday evening dinner guests of the Claude Schieches. Visitors at the Austin Brew- er lmme on the weekend were three of Mr. Brewer's nieces, from the coast. Thy were Mrs. Hula Rider, Mrs. Bud Culbert- son, and Mrs. Tom Orwiler. AI1 three are residents of Silver- dale. bill to raise the emption to $1000. In wide vote on this ed by the the tndepcndent favor such a means sense, practical tax * * * In addition, for several men such as Senator Sparkman of Alabama Charles Chamberlain lgan, Rap. Abraham New York have sought passed the so-caned back" allowance. Briefly, this would any business to plow the business tax free up of a year's profit, to s mum of $30,000 to Now it is reec main cause of poverty ficient lack of jobs, situation is being by the automation huge industry which men to unemployment. On the ether wide surveys heing by the Federation show that independent en a chance, will create more jobs. The best example is shown by the data by this survey. dent business firms to utilize the small tax reform act passed In one year, ed with the result that there are over employees in small than there were in. :.t is to be hoped that tax cuts wiU be an awareness of the that will be created, votes that may be Golden Spike Award Goes to The Northern way has been named Spike award winner standing safety, trounced today by Safety Cou, rmil in den Spike ognize such by the railroads as tion by railroad community ,safety off-the-j ob employes, local safety and and attention to in institutional public information The two million veterans of World age 70 years of age. The Public Is Cordially To Participate In The Observance of Our Fifth at Medical Lake on Friday, September 10, 1965. National Bank of Commerce Medical Lake Office 10:00 a. m. to 6:00 p.m. SA Refreshments will be served First to Cheney then Back to You'll find everything you need for the year.., except good grades, that is. 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