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!i ! / i!!iil Page 6 Services Held AI High School For M-L Youlhs Funeral services were held Thursday at 3 p. m. in the high school gynmsimn for former graduates of the Medical Lake selmol, wire were fatally in- jed in an auto accident early Saturday moraiag near Ruff Ore. The vie'tiros, Richard Stu- theit and Robert Funseh, were en route to Portlaml for the weekend. Sclmois in Medical Lake were dismissed at 1:30 for the services. Pastor Wayne Olso of the St. JIm's Luth- @heney Free Press Friday, **, l e Espanola News Medica! Lake News I REUNION[ ByKatberineHoffowaYATTENDED [attMnrlad Mrs. Richard Mnke , | a family reunion at Katherine Holloway [the Carl Lee home at Sprague with brothers and sisters of Golden Wedding Itives. They spert some "thne at Mrs. Manke. Going with them Woodland Park and went on from here were their 'house To Be Celebrated to Fort Stillacoom to visit the guests, Mr. arm Mrs. Errol San- Rona, ld Prainor family and at ders, Priest Lake, and Mrs. .... Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Bartelt Presser with the Dick Bret- Campbell and the Robert Lees will be honored on their 50th eufeldts while Mrs. Murray of Medical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. wedding anniversary with an went to Richlmad to visit with Dick Manke of Paco were open house at the I. O. O. F. A. A. Kuykendall. Port De{i- weekold visitors at the Manke hall at Medical Lake Sunday. ance was a paint of interest .home. All friends and relatives are that they viMted. invited from I to 4 p.m. PERSONAL MENTIONS LUTHERAN NEWS CARD OF THANKS Doug Johnson celebrated his We wish to thank our friends hirthchy at ls ome with the Sunday school will take up and neighbors for their acts of Les Gibson family of Cheney this Sunday at .the Lutheran love and sympathy during our a Saturday dinner guests of church aRer a vacation during recent lss of husband and the Johnsons. Sunday visitors August. The church and Stm brother and to extend grate- day school picnic wil be held ful tlmks for the floral trib- a,ter church at the city park. utes to our loved ones. The combined women's Madge H. Glasgow arm the will hold a vlmrt meeting, Glasgow amflies. sll while games will be provided or the children. The city ail has been reserved in the event evar, hurch officiated, with of bad weather. Bail and Dodd, ftmeral direct- Ester Circle met last Wed- ors, in chage. Burial was at nesday at the bome of Saval- Spokane Memorial Grdens. Richard Stutheit, 19, was ,V_he son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stueit of MedieM Lake, bro- ther of @ary, Edwall, Darh tlem'y, Spokane, and Ronld a, nd Shley ,at. he ]mme. ,His grandparents, iving in Spo- kane, are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Little and Mrs. ElSe Harrison Robert Funseth, 20, was the son of Mr. md Mrs. Wfl.m Funseth of Medical Lake, brother of Richard and Lin, at the home, and Barbara Wise, eical Lake. His grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Vern Prince of Spokane and Ole Ftmseth in North Dakota. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT UP School enxogmert was up in both ,grade sclmols in e dis- trict but lagged somevlat in the high school. However, this may increase .some in the com- ing weeks. (:mpared to the enrollment of 1963, which showed 300 pupils, there are 345 enrolled openg day. The elementary school, with 282 pu- pils, has 12 over the yast year and Bhi, r E lemep,tary at Fair- child has 1,286 students, which is 54 more than last year. Total enollment for the district is ,913. These figures do not in- clude the extended programs at Lakeland and rn State lospital. HOT LUNCH MENU FROM THE PAST Medical Lake  1924 lah Wil!ms While the Mary Magdalene group will meet on The log budding at Medical Monchy evening at the home Lake, which was formerly used of Elsie Gtmmerig. by the Custodial school ha been remodeled and re{urnh- ed to take care of the growth COMMUNITY CHURCH at the hospital. Director Wi11- H. H. Hill, executive direct- iam J. Hays said this  give or of Alcohol Problems, will the ,hospitM about 200 extra speak at the Sunday ser- beds and increase its capcity vices at the (:kmnn. chmxh, to 1,500 patients. He said this The young peoples group will probably will be the maximmn : Richard Mankes ad their house guests, Mrs. Campbehl and Mr. and Mrs. John H. take up for the fall and wite,r ntmber ever housed at Medi- Weyen. On Labor Day M. Surday evenhg t 6 p. m. with col Lake as that is regarded as Willms spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Cook in charge, the maximum size for the in- Cbarlie and nie Plocker Ladies Aid will meet at the stitutior. Extra room must be r near Spokane. Evening victors church with the ,host and hs- provided at the state custodial were the Bob Moores of Ban- tess, Mrs. Huff and Mrs. Bil- hool where the limit of at- gor, Maine n,v stationed at lups. tendance was reached two Fairchild. Bob had lived with years ago. PERSONAL MENTIONS A number of Cheney and; Mr. and Mrs. Wes Huff Medical Lke people attended = the weekend in funeral services for H. E. Her- Ore., with the Martin nlanson, owner of the Medico: family. Mrs. Walter Johron Lake-Spokane stage ,line. Mr a(xompamed them to Eugene Hermanson was drowned al to visit with the Loyd Bagleys. Med, ical Lake in an attempt Mrs. Leone Penxose .has re- to save the lice of a young girl. turned home ater twu months Medical Lake 1934 Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner GRANGE MEETS Windor grange met Wed- nesday evea,g with 19 mem- bers present and two visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winsor of Blu,e Creek grange in, Stevens cunty. Mr Winsor is a state grange deputy. MEETING CALLED Roy Droz, oh,airman o th grange fair booth committee, called a meeting for Sept. 8. The booth has been in the Phil Patterson garage whdle the members have been preparing it for the Spokane fair. Karen Werlan and her mother, Mrs. Harold Werhan, attended an all day m eetg Wednesday in Spokane for the were the Jack Perrys of Col- "b2airest of the Fair" eonest- ville, arrts. Miss Werhan is rewe- Mr. and Mrs. A1 Rosenau, [ senting Windsor grange in the Roy and Mrs. Hanson were Sun- [ contest. day dinner guests of the John [ Windsor grange won secord IIodgsons t Deer Park. [last year m the fair booth tom- On, Tuesday Irene iRosenau, petition; Four Corners grange ae Sather and loberta and lwon first place and the liage Anna Hodson and Shirley ltropby for the most outsand- arove to t ellen to visit with ling booth entered. the Scott Hnsoas. Mrs. Han-[ son returned to spend some|BOOTH PLANNED me ittl the Rosen,aus. On [ Spokane county Pomona nursaay me athers, Hodg-i grange wii,1 enter a booth this sons .and Mrs. Hanson visited!year. Pomona grange does not at rand Coulee with the Gly !compete against the subordi- don Sathers. ate granges. The booths are onday dimmer guests at the judged by State Gmge judges A1 WiIlms home were the ad Eey c(mpete ,against other Pomona granges tbxogtmut the state. child, fifth inning through vo addi- Billie Jean Ma,oae left Sat- tional innings. ur4ay evening for Greensbur- Medical Lake school will ough, N. C., for'the university, open Sept. 17 in one of the where she will graduate n, the most modern school buildings sprin, g. in the area. Because of the John BaH of Kert spent the lack of funds the basement weekend at the home of  was not completed ad a spec- the Wiltms and ,attended Rea- dan high school in 1951. Mr. and Mrs. FA Best of Spo- kane were Thursday visitors with Amanda Alberts and Ren- zil MeLain. On Sunday they attended the birt2Klay party tor Edith Solversn. Arriving Tuesday o spend several days with Mabel Sheaf and Mrs. Highfill were Mrs. Monday -- Hot dogs wth mustalxi and catsup, pickles, green peas, potato clips, gra- ham cracker cookies and milk. Tuesday -- Italian sphetti with parmesian cheese, hot French bread and butter, let- iath her daughter,-Mrs. Ray n, and granddaughter, Ba,stern Stae ,hospital's base- Alta Rasmussen of Yakima and Mrs. Glen Green, on the coast, ball team was .defeated ia, the Mrs. Pearl Peterscn of Mabten. The George Palmers visited last game of the seasen by a Bertha Gazzoa of Arcadia, Sunday afternoon with the Spokane all-star team in a Calif., who has been visiting Bob Pederson family at Fair- game that was tied from the with Mrs. Shoal returned tuce wedge with 1,000 I.slad Ed Careys; at Winchester with were honored with a celebra- dressing, apple sauce and milk. the "vayne Atkinsons; and at tion marking their golden wed- Wednesday  Chili bears Grngeville with the Ted Bil- dig ,anniversary. Mr. and awd crackers, cucumber lu'ps; on the Little Salmon Airs. Svemen live on Malloy corn bread and butter, eanta- river with C. B. BiHups St. and Prairie and ,are pioneers in this loupe and milk. at Emmett with the Jack vicinity. Thursday  Chicken noodle Paluosos and their new arrival. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Min- soup and crackers, hard cooked Their hst stop was at Kenne- nerly, 75, passed away at the eggs, eam'ot sticks, peanut but- wick with Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie home of her daughter, Mrs. J. home with them on Friday. The John Labishes were Sun- day supper guests of the Joe Labish am,ily near Oheney. Mr. and Mrs. Githert St. John of Seattle  Patty, Judy and Gary Cramer of Sprague were Friday visitors at the Jack Cgswells. Saturday visitors at the Frank Selfridge horae were Joe Wagginer and Scott of Spolane. Jack Pev, hallurick of Moses Lake spent the weekend wth the Moriartys and the Sel- fridges. Saturday dinner guests at the Moriartys were Mr. and Mrs. Dave TerreH of Selah. On Monday Ed Johnson and Bill Bagley of Spokane visited. Mr. anti.Mrs. Bill Ely, Laurel and Jean of Portland, Ore., were Tuesday lunc guests at parents, Mr. and Mrs. John ial election, September 25, has Ball. been called to vote on a special Rev. and Mrs. Billups and six mill levy. sons have returned from a two Mr. and Mrs. Fred Willm week vacation WhiCh took them are parents of a son born to Idaho to visit retatives. At Sept. 11. LewiSton they visited with the Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Svensen Mrs. Ray Stieff and family of Cheney, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson nd amily and Mrs. Mildred Thorpe and girls of Spokane. Sunday visitors were Mrs. Kenneth: Jobnson and children and Tony Appel and Mrs. Evelyn Appet. The Hollo- ways were Monday dinner guests of the Elmer Harris family. Carl Johnsn spent the weekend fishing at Lake Pend Oreille with Ray Strieff of Cheney and Kenneth Johnson o Spokane. Wednesday evening visitors at the Bill McGourin home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Lam- bert of Cheney. Ro Hilton of Spokane spent several days last week .at the McGourin home. Julia PeArson is home Mter a two week visit with the Nic- ols family in Cheney. The John Higgins family were Sunday dinner guest, s of the Earl Von Lehes. Mrs. Ruth Faberg, a sister[ I of Dave and Mirmie Peterson, I l is spending several weeks with[ I them. She came Thursday with I |the Ralph Far, bergs. They left l [for lm.e in  Angeles on] I SaCuray. ! tar sandwich, peaches and milk. O'Neil. Gruver followirg a recent the Jihonson-Holloway hme. Friday--Gritled .cheese sand- Mrs. Mamie Parmeter had a stroke. Also surviving are a On Thursday they met again i wich, macearoni salad, oanato vi'sit by her .son, Cy, from Bea- son, Joseph Minnerly, of Mis- for Ca reunion With Mr. and i wedge, cherry cottage pudding verton, Ore. They drove to scuri, 10 graadchildren and a,nd milk. Nespeham on business and to 11 great grandchildren. vi.sit. Mrs. Emma Burkhart, a WId- CORRECTION Mr. and Mrs. Mike Massong ow who h'ad lived alone, was In last week's item abo,ut spent the wekend at Yakima found dead in bed Wednesday the death of Harl Ghsgow, I with the .Ioh'n Massongs. by tvo neighbors, Mrs. J. A. would like to correct the mis- Mr. and Mrs. Monte Moore IIutchinson a,nd Oma Messen- takes made. He is survived by visited in Colville Sunday with ger, when they were puzzled his widow, Madge, two broth- the Don Anderson family, because they had rm,t seen her ors, Max and Hugh, and two Jim Hillbrick arndJohn Brew- for several days and entered sisters, Ruth Glasgow and Ar- er left Tuesday for a pleasure her home. zella Phillips. trip for a few days in Seattle. Forty-six relatives and On Friday evening Jim was 1944 friends assembled at the h,ome honored with a college slower The Pentacostal church has of Ruth Glasgow and Mrs. Phil- by 20 menlbers of the Church purchased lots between the lips after the funeral. Ambassadors. Bill Baldlwin ,and Barry Wilkes Mrs. Meiva Fuller spent the residences. They have also pur- JACKSONS RETURN Weekend in Presser visiting chased a three-room cabin Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Jack- with friends and relatives. Mr. from Frank Brett which will son have recently returned and Mrs. Ed Rogers of Kelso be moved to these lots for a from visiting their son Doug- her there, parsonage for the new pastor las and his wife at the Univer- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cole Mr. Gregg. sity of Wzingon, where :he lnd family of Spokane were Mrs. Murray Findlay enter- is a third year student in the Friday dirmer guests of the tained at a farewell party last= school af medicine. He has Clark Cole family. Friday honoring Miss Eva been spending the summer on Spending .the weekend wth Pcadarmvski, wo is leaving for a research training grant, try- Jo Harding from Col,lle were Toronto, Canada to attend the ing to identify the m e.anisms the Alfred Rasmussen faAly. Missionary Medical school. that cause ,genes to switch on Mrs. Margaret KetChner is Teachezs in the Medical and off in various parts of the in the Deaconess Hospital for Lake grade school are Mrs. body, causing variaons in cell a few days wih a very painl Reasor, Miss Glasgow, Mrs. and tissue hmction. His tests foot condition. Wynia .and Miss Sommers. The irwolve a specific .grotp of pro- Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Haynes high 'school teachers are Mr. teins called the lkaline phos- returned home after two weeks Hussey, superintendem; Mrs. phates. He uses gel electro- visiting with the Eldon Clarke Wilson, Mrs. Iox, Mr.1 Holt plmresis,  technique which in Tu]m-e, Calif., and the Del- arm Mrs. Hussey. separates proteins aeco to bert Keene in San Baaam. The 320 acre farm at Espa- i Potter, Ncls Olsen, George Pal- thei, r size, molecules, weight Mr. and Mrs. Claude G,ner nola, known as the Kaewunderlmer, C. LaFord,: Roy Butts, and charge, attemled the 50th wedding an- place, has bee purvhased by[John Hennng, Gerrald Fine nwersary of Mr. and . Wl- Eher Bly, Jr. rom the Invest-I and Irvin Imhoff. MISSIONETTES MEET ter Hbel in Ceney Sonday. ment & Securities eopoy. ] Bob Brogn of Kingsville is Eight girls in the 9 o 12 age Spending Labor Day week- The place was ly awned [ spendg a flree-week leave group, as members aml pro- ed at the Waitts Lake ealm by Mr. By's father. Ely is also I from the Nvy with ,his par- spective members of the Junior of the Ernest Ahs were the farming the Fancher f,rm near [ ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Br Missionettes of the Assembly ErneSt and Bttd Ahs, the Ab Medical Lake. I and ..his brohea', Bill. of God Church, were present Grfffith& the I_urence Gaff- I Monday at the ;lggne of Mrs. fiths ,and the Perry Ah* tfs. 1954 CALL FOR BIDS far a ,lAke arid picnic Mr. and Mrs. William Dur- The first PTA meetiz th:is otiee  ber-y e tat he Town Clerk of the Town Of Medical Lake supper. They were llla Me- fee attended the visition at year ,has been set for Sept. 16. will recei bids np to :00 o'clock . serve, CaRdy Jolmn, Debbie Northport of the worthy grand Officers are Si Parmeter, pres- m. Wednesday, October , 964 l, the office of the Town Clerk, in the town hall, Medical Lake, Washington, for the haulin and disposal of garbage from the Town of Medical Lake to the County Sanitary Fill Site near Marshall, Wash. ington', at rates not to exceed those adopted by Ordinance No. 283 of the Ordinances of the Town of Medical Lake, al for a eriod  two years, commencing :November 1, 1964. All bidders shall submit a bid for garbage collection in the Town of Med- ical Lake as specified in Ordinance No. 283 of the Ordirmnes of the Town of Medical Lake and each bidder shall speci- fy the rates at which he, the bidder, will collect all garbage according to the terms of said Ordinance in the Town of Mstevson, Debbie Casey, Lin- matron of Eastern Star. iden; Mrs. Gus Pemson, vice da Wflkirson, Kathleen Davis, Mrs. Anna Murray and Mrs. president; Mrs. SMtheit, trees- Shirley Moore and Patty Helen. Fion and children re- u rer ,and Mrs. Phi,Uipson, sec- More. turned last week from a two retary. week trip to the coast. At Men- Jackie and Judy Vatgm SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY roe they visited with Mr. and were guests at the L. ttillbvick Mrs. Edith Solverscn was Mrs. Jim Haley; at Mrysvile tmme for 10 days. pleasantly surprised on her with Mrs. Juli'a Baker and at Mrs. A1 Plein enterCained at 7th birthday 'at her home on =Everett with 'an uncle of Mrs. a farewell party hoaorin,g Mrs. Sunday by many of her Murray, wh;om she hadn't seen Maude Robinson Saturday. friends. Airs. Evelyn Dunce for 20 years. They visited the Presert were the Mmes. Ralph was the hostess. William FechCs and other rela- Caballero, Vitliam Cal}iott, Bud HARVEST BALL SET Toby Mayfield, president of the Medical Lake FFA chap- ter, met with mebers ast Sunday to make plans for the Medical Lake and disl)ose of said gar- bage at the Coruty Sanitary Fill Site. All bidders are cautioned that the rates )rescribed in said Ordinance are maxi- mum rates only. Further, all bidders shall specify the gross percenCage amount which he, the bidder, is willing to pay the Town of Medical Lake as specified in Section 10 of said Ordin- ar.ce for an exclusive contract and an occupation' tax. Each bidder shall state his exper- ience and give all other information as required by Section 9 of said Ordin- ance and also each bidder will be re- quired to have a local office and tele- phone i the Town of Medical Lake at- tended during normal business hours as prescribed by Section, ll of said Or- dinance. All bidders shall inform themselves fully of the provisions of said Ordinance arid contract will be awarded solely and strictly on the provisions of said Ordin- ance No. 283 and no representation of any officer of the Town of Medical Lake shall deviate, change or alter any terms of aid Ordirmnce. Bids will be opened at a regular meet- ing of the Town' Council of the Town of Medical Lake to be held at 8:00 o'clock p. m. on Wednesday, October 7, 1964 in the Council Chambers in the Town Hall of the Town of Medical Lake. The Town of Medical Lake reserves the right to reject an and all bids and to waive irregularities. By Order of the Town Council of the Town of Medical Lake this 2nd day of September, 1964. E. A. Brewer, Jr., (Sept 11-18) harvest ball to be hem Sept. l affer visiting 'her . 19 .at 8 p. m. in the elementary [ sister4n-taw, Mr. aa sctmol. Tins is an all-selmol[Johr, L. Thompson. dance. A large crowd attended [ Erie Johnson is the hamburger try at Medical J cousin, Jamil Lake ,high school last Sunday where tribute was paid to Kothleen Adams, Medical Lake FFA ,chapter's sweetheart and harvest ball queen. Tobil Mayfield nd Kathleen Adams live in the Bayfrd area and have atterded Med- ical Lake schools since start- ing to school. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Omer Wams visited her sister, MTS. Bessie Yost last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shew of Win'ston-Sa]em, N. C., have returned home after visiting her brother and family, Mr. and Ma's. Art Blevins. Visitors wh, o spent the Lab- or Day holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Leo rarnei_lle are Mrs. Alia Monday and ffaughter, Mrs. Paul Scott and Mrs. Fan- ma Parks of Seattle. Mr..and Mrs. A1 Young *gave a surprise bihday party for thei daughter Rose May on her fourth birthday recently. Mrs. Lizzie Sounders h,s re- turned home to MAnet, N. D., [few weeks en roue home for the wier Ikaae. Mrs. Josm trip to California to daughter. NOTICE OF FILING BUDGET FOR THE ICAL LAKE FOR THE 1965 AND NOTICE OF ING FOR ADOPTION OF GET. Notice is hereby given cal Budget for the year Town of Medical Lake with the Town Clerk of Medical Lake as a and the same will be at a public hearing to be o'clock p.m. in the Coun of the Town Hall on 1964 at. which time and place' Council will formally apprOVe get for the Town of Medical the year 1965 and make a said year. Ary person or persons heard for or against any item thereof may heard at said meeting of the ell. Copies of said Budget able for study at the office Clerk of the Town of By order of the Town approved by the Mayor September, 1964. E. A. Brewer, Jr., Town (Sept. 11-18) Classified advertising does at a small cost. Harvest Bal Prizes Sept. 12 Music by the Gent Trio Sprague Lake Re: Sprague, Wash. To whom it may co I can not and will not support McCormick for State Representative. His record of performances the past years proves to me that he is not to any support from the Democrats. Ira E. Shea 11 WE HAVE ::: : i:: ::. ' " :i!.: " THOUSANDS OF OWNERS That's right. 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