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Page 6 Chancy Free Press Friday. September 4, 1964 The Ab Griffiths and the birthday dinner for Ben Mor- Irvin Schyberts atnded the g, an Saturday evening. Medical Lake News Western DanceAssnsalmon M.andMrs. HughJackman , I feed and program at Sullivan are parents of a baby g&apos;ml, I Park Sunday. Clara Marie, born Wednesday. I Mr. and Mrs.  ,Fai of )San Diego spent last week with hp New By Katherine Holloway Mrs. Musetta Fair and Harokl. $ an01a Mrs. Seren Brenevaan of REGISTRATION Betty Wi'lliams; grade 2, Mbel employees spent a week as the Seattle is visiting with the By Katherine Holl'oway Only students new to ,the Austin, Janet Chestnut, 3oyce first of four sessh)ns as part Miles Brenenans. VISITORS FROM UTAH district need to register or Liten, Sarah Otness, Nelda of the in-service training Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mntgom- Arrivi'ng from Huntsville, the fall term. Pupi in the Rupp d Carol Votipka; group at Hood River. Taking ery of St. Paul were las. week Utah, Friday, to spend the district last soring lave o=I- grade 3, Maxine Alioway, Su- part were Dr. Douglas, Dr. visitors at the td Brewer weekend with the Oscar Reit- ready registered: Pupt..  san Nebble, J o Aim Perry, IIirtdrey, Eva Hines, Mr. .'- home. reelers were Mrs. Reitmeer's have not atreaay regast,xe. Diane Sharp and Susan Stan- enim, Mr. El)ling, Miss Zoesth, Mr..arid Mrs. W. B. Wheelex sister, Mrs. I)arrell 3(hnson, are to repet to the office of nard; gr'de 4, Crystal Henley, William Nelson, Foyd Moore, artd Lt. Karen Wheeler of Ken-and family. On Saturdray they the principal for reOStmtion Hazel Hill, Maxine Olson, Lyall _;i-i-,,._ wtts.,_ , Ftoren:e Each- ,Inewi'cke w'e weekend visitors were joined by the Dale on opening day. Smith and Mary Ta, ylr; grade o, Glad,,s. j MarburgE,, Sue BihoD, at_th . Merle. Bacon. home Lt. Greerts of Curlew. On Sunday til,,.r,a C-hitwoed Robert Jam-iWneemr is leawng f)r du.ty they drove to Davenport to BRrol, lment require men t s 5, Stephen MeNair, H, enry Re- eron,.1ildred I-Iouse, Olive Iwi th the Marines in London. have a family gettogether at state that a child must be mars and Thomas WiRi'ams; five years of age on or befgre grade 6, John Bowers, Ed,ard Raines, Ilene Griffin, Kther-! Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Gfffen the home of Mr. artd Mrs. Geibel, Robert Stun.lay itd ine Lake ,ld Wil],ena Slean. J ara amrty are moving o o=rt- Phil Tarbeyt. Sept, 30 for kirAexer ._en- trance or six years t)y.. 1., Ernest Volmer; ,grade 7, Oli- ta Maria, Ca,lit,., to make their 30 fo first .grade e, vet I-hmmea-, Bruce Paterson; 36 AT BIBLE SCHOOL home. SCHOOL OPENS A birth cevficate or recol music, Car Wlver and There were 31 chdzen and Mrs. Theo Nickelson of Cou- School has started or c ,hild- must be presen a,d at ",thne of Jmes; Library, Ruth 5 adults takinlg part in the lee City as aa overig ran in the area going to Ohe- gistratien. Kringle; cor-Xltan, Ebh bible .school held by St. John's guest of the C. E. 5olteys. nay from the Tucker Prairie[ laowell; assistan txrinepel, Lutheran church dring the Miss Vh,ilet Tyson, who has area, beginning August 31. The ! Rodney P cterson; principal, past two weeks. S'nday sclol been visiting in the .area for only new student this yar is TEACHERS ORIENTED W.K. Bresler, and mm Ann WIU resume on Sept. 13. Wo- the past month, left Thursday, Tami SelfAde, who starts kin- Orientation of teachers ne Renowski. men's Circl, e of the evening after visiting the WiRiam dergarten; School for Medica]l to the staff was held Wednes- Eastern State Hospita tech- group wili meet Sept. 14 at Carls, for Tupman, Carlff. Lake and Reardan students [ day. The general staff meet- ors are Fritz Perreiotd, arts the home of Elsie Gimmerig. bell, Calif. David, Paul .and ill bebgln on Se,lt. 8. I iag was heId Thursday. Van ,and crafts, and M a r g a r e t - Benita Brown" who have been Patrons of the Chancy I W. 1,3merson, county superi- Pri,est, aca',demic and 'SUlaervis- SCHEDULE CHANGES visitirg here, returned to their School DLtriet living in this I tendent, was the speaker. Also or, and the new teacher, Clar- Masses at St. AnTm's Cath- California home. !area were iwited Tuesday t he meetirg were Septet- ence Garter, acadertic, olic church will go back to the The Earl Swans0ns atended evenirtg to take part in a our ber-experience and s t u d e,n t New to the extended educa- winter sehedu'le Surchy, with the Tri-City fair and rodeo of the district to better ac- teachers assigned to the dis- tion program at Lake,land are masses at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. and were weekend gests of .uint them with the district trier from EWSC and WSU. Ru}h Davis, teacher aid; Doris and the 8 a.m. mass at Lake- Mr. and Mrs. Ru'sse}l Zook of gnd its needs f, or a new high Mans' seasormble repaim Haley, speach therlaist; Doris lartd. Kennewick. sclmol. A tottr was al'so held have ben made on the Jaboe, vocal music; Exw The Don Stites and the Rich- last Thursday to view the new grounds and in the school Lngfeldf, industril arts, and CELEBRATION SET , ard Atki. eft Monday er a University High Scol in Sgo- buiMirtgs, lny new textbooks Diane Pugh, academic. Other Mr and Mrs. Arly Bartell trip to the west coast. Lane, bui}t by Victor Wulff, n,d tibrary books are avail- teachers are Helen Boo, will be hon, ored on their 50th lon'ald Stutheit, Who has xtitect for the 1oposed able for the opening day. .lmme economics; Helen Hoop- edding anniversary with aa spent a year in France and building. Votin,g or the bond l in,garnex, a c a rd e m i c; Mary open house a the IOOF HALL tvo years in the Army, is rmw and levy proposal will be ,held I SCHOOL OPENS SEPT. 8 J u d d, academic; Geraldine in Medical Lake Sept. 13. All home. on Sept. ] 5 and ,1 egible to The first day of sch, ool in Luer, handicraft; Emiie Per- !riends anal relatives a,re in- iWr. and Mrs. Harry Bowel's vote are urged to do so. the Medic] Lake District will lain, needlew)rk; Donna Plato, ! vited to tim event, to be hed spent the weekend at the Hel- I be TuesdaT, Superir,tendent ir' p.e.; Charles Potter, ac-between 1 p:m. ,and 5 p.m. mar Malrm summer home on Gall OsteRh.out of Seattle is W. A. Huff @as anmunced, ademic; Hazel Sples, academ- the Pertd Oroil]e river, spending this week at the ] tt<t hmches will be served the ic; Jim Webbert, boys' p. e.; JOINT MEETING HELD Visi.tors at the H,arry Bow- ()scar Musser home. J first day at a clage of 3'0 Rhoda Williams, arts and Loyal chapter and Starlight ors home last week were Mrs. Friday overnigitt guests of cents for students ad 35 crafts, and Marilli Wyborny, :chapter, Order of lastern Ed Kiess and Mary of Kene- the Claude Beatties were the cents for adults. Extra milk aoademic. Teachers' aids are Star, held a joint meeting Sat- wick, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Herb Gisselbergs of Spokane. to supplement a cold lunch Jean Custer, W. Beth Johnston, urday evening in the Medical Shults and family of Newort Sunday din,ner guests of the vAll be 2 cers per ,lml pint. Patricia M c C o n n e 11 and Lake IOOF ha'll for the official and Mr. anal Mrs. Edgar IWalrn Gordon Hodgsons were the E. Medical Lake favorite dish Adolpine Patterson. visSt ef the grand worthy ma- of Livermore, Calg. C. Hodgsons of VeRadale and will be the opening day's dish Administrative staff not - tron, Mrs. orence Morris, of their house guests, Mr. and with buttered ,green beans, ready mentioned are Wes Revton. FROM THE PAST Mrs. Ralph Hammer, Kren celery sticks, pickles, ice cream Huff, supemtertdent, Roy Hol- Grartd officers present were  and Patsy of Missi,on Ci, ty, B.C. and ,milk; Thursday, n,oodes lday, administrative assistant; DormM Rogers, grand patron; They visited wi'h the u,gene and ham, tossed green salad James Van Mare, lgh school VI, abel Roach, grand conduct- Medical Lake 1934 Wyborney amily in the ater- noon. Larry and Lyle Hodgson with Frerch dressing, coffee princilal; Isabelle Powell, ale- ress; Marguerite Slmrp, grand The engagement and forth- attrded the FFA pot,luck at bread and butter, watermelon menary c(mutant, Margaret: claplain; Melva Clmrmelr, wedge and milk; Friday, tuna Priest, .supervisor, Ii)astern grand m arsha,ll; Gertrude comingMiss Mildredmarrhge'Timmonds,Sept" 16,direc.Of theat theVeatinalhigh schoolagriculturen the shoPeve. fish sandwich, potato salad, State Hospital extended pvo Hunt, grand orga ,net; Mary tor of music at the State Cus- ning. tomato wedge, fruit and milk. gram, and Dormld Kyle, Guid- Cinton, grartd Aria*h; Naomi todal school and Adrian De- High schoM pupils will be- once director. Snider, gra_d Ruth; Edith Friday visitors at the ]arl gin the !964-65 term at 8:30 Strand, grand warder rtd Rob- Bruyne of the Easte'n State Ven Lehes were Mr..:nd Mrs. a.m. and <.l, ose the day at 3:20 FOOTBALL STARTS eft IJancon, grand sentinel1, ltospital ws armounced at a ohn Higgirs and her visit- p.m. Medical Lake Elementary Coach Jerry Conters started There were seven grand Rap- party given by Mrs. C. A. Par- ors, the Bob Smiths of San school starts at 8:45 a.m.; Blair, football practice August 24. resentatives, eight greed dep- ker. I"an'cisco. Cindy Smith and Botteen and Ray schools on About 45 boys in gades 10, 11 uties, past grand matrons and A son was born to Mr. and Penny Io]]oay were over- Fairchild Air Force Base will and 12 checked out equipment, grand paons, 15 wohy Mrs.29. Quimby Lefevre Au'gust night guests. On Sunday Mrs. begin at 9 a.m. and close at Boys in grades 7 through 9: ,atons and patrons of the Von Lehe visited her parents, 3"30 p.m. Budding 3529, which will check out equipment i:ian.d Erapire. Mrs. Martha About 1,000 people attended the Dan DeChe rmes, in Spo- :houses kirtdergarten groups, about Sep. 14. Colvil.le of Reardn was the Mrs. T. H. Croswell's sale M<m- k.ane. will start at 9:30 a.m. and 1 A new obstac'e course for soloist. A gift and an orchi'd daY.madeTheoverhOme$50ecorm,micSfRom theirClUb theThUrsday3ohnson-Hol, loveaySUpper guestsomeat p.m. Sessions will close at physical education has been were given the grand matron hmehes. were Mrs Mil4ved Ttmrpe, 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. summer.Under construtienThe old athletcdUringfie,ldthe fromA dinnerbth chapterS.preceded the meet- Mm. H. J(hason entertained Roberta and Shelley, of Sgo- NEW TEACHERS LISTED has been reseeded qo lue- ing with the Med.ieal Lake wich a fried .chicken ;er kane, and their bourse gue, New teachers ,at Medical grass ,and will be taken over Job's daughters and Fairchild andAug" Mrs.24 atFredthe Rehveahlthme of Mr.for Mrs. Justus Mertes, of WaEa Lake High School are CRffovd by the lhysical education de- ttainbow girls presert and tak- and CoEeen Wilims and Karen Von Lehe, who were Truscott, inustrial arts; Bill pazLment, ing part. Following the meet- employees o the Eastern Ste Wal'h, Smithpeters, social studies, ing a receptior with e.fresh- h, ospital wh) volunteered to overnight guests. Weekend vis- give blood Wansfusions when itors were the Jim Heptons of a*t:hletic director and basket- F.F.A. NEWS ments honored the grand of- Mrs. J,ohnson was seriously ill ball coach; Julia Robevtsan, About 50 mewbers of the 5cars and 150 guests. Mr. and at St. Lukes .hosptal. Cheney. AfteRnoon visitors part time language arts; Mary local FFA chapter a'nd their Mrs. Wi!liam Durfee, patron Mr..and Mrs. W. Campbell,  were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hub- arents met Sunday for a imp- and maton of Loyal chapter, who have been visiting hexi be, ,also of Cheney. Jane Rehn, English and debate, The Wiltiam HORners were and Gay Gohiberg,, art. burger fry at the gh school, presided f,or the opening and mother, Mrs. Theo Windhusen, Saturday evening visitors at Other teachers are Gilbert Tribute was paid o le chap- closing ceremonies. Reardan left for Panama where Mr. Baker, math and Spanish; Gary ter sweetheart, KatMee Ad- Starlight exenplified the in- Campbell is a police inspector the Frank Setfridge home. Bates driver education, social ares, and harvest ba queen" itiation ceremonies, and Mrs CarfipbeU is a school Mrs. Emma Thedmens was reported to have taken a 16 studies, j.v. football, rosh Terri Mtsser, vlo were the  teacher. basketball artd assistant base- coks. After a pouek supper, PERSONAL. MENTIONS Mrs. Emma Dela,barre and inch rainbow trout frown Sil- ver Lake last week which Toby Ma)-fiell, c*hapter presi- Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mc- Mrs. Lucile Burke were honor weighed two pounds. The Thei- ,batl; Mrs. Joyce Bromn, Crag- dent, held a meetirg to make Kown of Spokane are the par- guests at a shower given by tish; Russell Brovn, c(mmer- plans for he harvest bali, ents ,of a baby boy, John Mrs. Evelyn Hes, er and Mrs. mens visited the Eugene Thei- cial, h, igh sch*ool business man- mens at their Loon Lake cahin ager; Gerald Comors, boys' which will be held at 8 p.m. Robert, born Aug. 20. He joins Grace Baldwin. p.e., football and wrest2ing; Sept. 19 at the elemenSar a sister, Renee, at the hme. Surtdasr" Mrs. Etla Furman, erman, school. Ths wfll he an all Mr. and Mrs. John McKovn of 1944 rs. Lavina Swanson of Latin, read,irg and .language school dance. Phns will be Medical Lake are the proud Fne.ral services for WiEiam Waukon was a Thursday visit- laboratory director; Jay Thorn, announced later, grandlaarents, as are the Joe Mace of Deer Park were herd or of Mrs. BiI1 McGourin. Fri- bartd and chorus; Mrs. Martha Schells of Tyler. Vising with Aug. 27. Mace, a pioneer, lind Donday LambertsSUpped guestSnd DanWereof Che-the tarris, girls' p.e., GAA cheer- the McKowns for two weeks lived here 54 years. He is sur- eaders, songleaders, dr, il:l team PAIR HONORED are T/Sgt. and Mrs. William rived by his wife, Alice, at the ney. Tent Conrad of Spolane Mrs. Daisy Lewis and Mrs. IcKown and children of Den, home; one son, Mrion Mace, visited on Saturcay as did advisor; Mrs. Helen Johnson, commercial; Mrs. He,len Karr, Hazel McDvnald were honored ver, Colo. Deer Park; one daugttter, Mrs. George Mann and the Don Hil- home ecormmics; Jack onsn, at a coffee hour at Eastern Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keene Sam Mace of Mediea:l Lake and tons. Sunday morning Ron Hil- math and sciences; J.ames O1- State Hospital Wednesday at- visited Sunday .afternoon with three grandchildren. Mr. Mace ton was a vsitor. Mrs. Sarah Highfill has been sen, English and dramatics; ter retiring from many years .VIr. and Mrs. Frank Jo,hnson passed away without realizing Danny Peoples, social studies, of service as charge attetd- at Granite Lake. his one las ,hope, to see his herhavingfamilya viSitat thefromlomeSmeof herf coachin,g, ass't footbatl, j.v. ents. Each was presented wRah Mr. artd Mrs. Forrest Clark gandsen, Russell Mace, return d, auglter, Mabel Sheaf, this basketball artd basebal'l; Dale a broil, or and travel clock. Mrs. are ha, ppy to ann:ounce a new h,ome from Japanese im.pri,sen- past week Coming from Win- Roberts, science and math; De- Lewis, after nearly 37 years of granddaughter in their family, ment. los Servoss, .biology and barter- work, will visit Rehatives in born to lhe Archie Lairds of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Denny ten, Calif., were Mr. and Mrs. iology; Mrs. Mignon Vaughn, Wisconsin 'and Minnesot and Trentwood Aug. 28. Mrs. Laird a'd children attended a gath- Glen Hight,ill, rom Aubmm, : library, udio-visu,al coovdin- Mrs. McDonald, after 31 years, is the former Glee Chrk. Mrs. ering of the Van Buren tam- fillMr" andaRdBertlaMrS" Ri(lmrdGozoa of High'Ar- ator; Say Wood, vocati, oal ag- just plans to take it e7. Clark is spending several days flies at RitzviIle Sunday. with the Lairds. PAvate Grid Mrs. Warren cadia. She remained to spend rieulture, ad William ZP" HARk GLASGOW DiES Mr. and Mrs. George Pa.hner Svenson of San Francisco are this week, while the ethers pone, social studies, journal- ism, ermwspaper and annual, i Hurl Glasgow, known to returned Monday from a 10 visiin,g her garnts, Mr. and left by plane, on lortday morn, New to he elementary staff I many as "Hi," suffered a day visit with Mr. and Mrs. MRs. J. L. Cummings. rag. ae Beverly Smith, grade 8 and stroke and died Saturday eve-Pa7 Haan and Janet Green Mrs. Martha Hend'ckson en- Mrs. Lois Von Lohe and : girl's' p.e. and Ruth Van i nmg. He yeas born May 17, and family in B_m_.. tertained the community club clldren attended the wed- Damme, gade 2. Other teach-! 1895, on the ihce where he Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wlkes with a Iuachoon. Present were cling Saturday evening of La- ers are Ruth Lemly, kinder-nade his home with  wife, spent the weekend visiting in the Mmes. Ckeym, Ames rel Abbott of Spokane and grten and h'brarian; Harriet Bh, nche. A veteran of World WaRn Walla with Mrs. Hen- Lowery, tIeyer, Baldwin, Ap- 1)enms Jackson of FairChild, Frastme, gnade 1; Thelm Mil- War I, he lived in Alaska far retta Neinan. ar, Thiemans, Johvton, Glas- he2d at airehiM. ler, grade 2; Andrea , 14 years, where he worked in Debra, Denise and Diarme i gow, Hea'rick, Bvett and grle 3; Carroll YourtWb]cl, construction. He also $armed Winans are home after spend- Desclmame. grade 4; Irene Pbinette, and operated a resort, were i ng the summer with their Mr. M= Du and ch- SPEED YOUR WORK grade 5; Charles Van Stone, he made his he mRil his gradlmrenls, the Weldon Dar- dren Imve moved to Sprague. grade 6; Frank Moore, grade health failed. Preceding ,him lingtor, s, in Pater. WITH A 7: Rollir Jotmson, ,gcl 8; in death were two brothea-s Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dodd of 1954 ]aRbara Bacon, grades 4-5-6; OhIes, who drowned whon tresno, Calif.,  spading Dr. Hodlis Fait, foerlSz of Rubber Stamp "Hi" baby, nd Din-- ts week wih the Alvin the University Of Arkans, vis- James Tlmm, intruentrd mu, vas bu a sic; Car<fl Wolover, vocal mu- ryl, who died in 1945. Sun4v- Pl, iens. Red his parerits, _Mr. aztd 'Mrs. ors .ave his widow, ]lanehe Mr. ad Mrs. Gerrald Fine Harvey Fair, before ,gobg ,to sic; Am Ronk ,urse, and Mrs. latie Wyr, yrin- a broer, Hugh, and two sis- accompanied the Ga, ry Fines his new duties as instructor at pal. ters, Miss Ruth Gl' and to Neosim, Mo., where Gary the Daiversity f 0onrecticut. ._.  New teachers at  are Mrs. Arzil]a ps, all of will,attend the water pht and Mrs. Ha riet Frusue, ele- LaVon'ne Castle, grade 6; Ju- Medical' Lake. sewage disposal operators mentary leacher for several j dith Schmid, grade 3; Linda school for the comi, r,g year. years who is not returning this Gordinier , part time kinder- OFFICER TO VISIT The Fines visited with Mr. nd year was honored by co-wrk- gaten; Sanda Taytor, grade Bernice Smith, district 9 M.s. George Fine in Brady- ors. Presen were Mrs. Mignon 1; (arole McGraw, grade 1; president, will make er of- vflle, Iowa, and with Mr. and Vaughn, hostess, Mrs. Katie Mary Musgrave, grade 2; Ju- i ficia,1 visit to the Medical Lake Mrs. Ralph Schmidt in Adams, Wynia, Mrs. Wil, ma Parmeter, dith Phillips, grade 1; Wini- nd Cheney Baacks and Aux- Neb. Mrs. Z oh Irwin" Mrs. Brbera fred Richardsort, grade 1; Ruth itiary of Veterans of World Having a family reunion at laon, Mrs. Ruth Lemley abd Quinn, grade 5, and Ted Sol- War I at the City Hatl on Bend , Ore. over the weekend lEss Ruth Glasgow. FOR SPEEDY SERVICE ORDER mon, grade 5. They  join Tuesday at 8 p.m. were the E. L. FulleRs, the Mrs. Pillard, Mr. and Mrs.. i DIRECT FROM J Hatch Louise artin and Vir- - [ohn Gralapp fanfily, the Bill Neil Parks_arddaughter.ltty:i : ' . . ,AT TRAINING SESSION ,qitmers and Ellen Brovn, Mr. and Mrs. ien wyma ann. ,_ ..... r.---  .... gmxa Paxton, ,grade 1. Thelma ..... . rs of Cam - I da ter. Diana, attended a I n=n=y rrgg rr " l atr Maxine Grib'e and A mup of Eastern State [wth he Ben Brow , P gh SA 3-3848 Fully MEDICAL LAKE BUILDING MAINTENANCE Chimney Repairs Stone Work Tuck Pointing Rod Murphy Window Brick Masonry Water Proofing Rt. 1, Box 8, FREE ESTIMATES jy your heat YOUR BILLS GO Ordinary heaters pile the heat up on the until some of it finally steps down to level. If you own an ordinary heater, how costly and uncomfortable that system does just the opposite.., your floor first. Heat is not wasted on the ehinmey. Don't close off rooms this winter, high fuel bills to boot.., order your ne IT PAYS FOR ITSELF WITH THE FUEL IT Edgett Bros. There is no substitute for ex !!iiiiiii!iiiii!iii!i Re KE H@ CAMPBEL STATE REPRESENTATIVE Fifth District 20 years of Public JUSTICE COURT JUDGE SCHOOL BOARD PRESIDENT STATE REPRESENTATIVE PTA TREASURER WORLD WAR II VETERAN KOREAN WAR VETERAN Campbell Supports Eastern State r