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Page 8 CHENEY FREE PRSS Thurs., Sept. 16, 1971 News IVledical Lake By Constance Schroeder The Baptist church of Medical Lake will have a teachers and officers' clinic Sept. 29 and 30 for new teachers and officers. The group will go over records, materials, and discuss respon- sibilities for the new year. Promotion day for Sunday School students will be Oct. 3. John Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams, left Aug. 31 for San Diego for basic training in the Navy. The Seaman Recruit graduated from Medical Lake High School last year. Mary Dills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Dills, left for Grand Canyon Baptist College at Phoenix, Ariz. Sept. 5. She wants to be a teacher on the mission field. Mary graduated from Medical Lake High School last year. Ethel Dills, an older sister, has gone down to Phoenix also, to work. Ethel graduated from Medical Lake in 1969. The Robert Adams family has moved into Medical Lake. An Air Force captain who just arrived from Guam has bought their Colonial home which they built on the edge of Medical Lake. Robert Cook just returned from the University of Washington at Seattle where he graduated from a course in banking in the Western Banking Institute of the Pacific Coast Banking School. It was an honor to be picked to take the course, said bank officials, and he at- tended two weeks each year, then worked the rest of the year on it as a correspondence course. Mrs. Cook went over for the graduation and banquet. Mr. Cook got his college degree from Central Washington State College. Bruce and Vivian Peterson have just moved to Medical Lake. Peterson is a staff sergeant at Spokane In- ternational Airport, and his wife works at the National Bank of Commerce in Medical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Anderson moved back to Medical Lake this summer after 13 years' absence. Nancy Bjorklund is back to work at the City Hall. Denise Strohmaier took her place for the summer, but is now teaching music at Blair Elementary School at Fairchild. Sunday School will resume again Sept. 26, at the Episcopalian church in Medical Lake, said Rev. Winfield Hub- bard. The first fall potluck will be held at 6:30 Monday evening the 27th, in St. John's Lutheran Parish Hall. Mrs. Francis Smith will be in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Robinette took a short vacation a week before school started. They went to Hell's Canyon and rode the rapids; went to Port Angeles and fished for salmon; flew to Phoenix, Ariz. to visit friends. From there they went down to Nogales, Mexico, to Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, and back to Spokane. While they were gone their son Maurice took an 11-day back pack trip into Glacier National Park with the Wilderness Skills Back Pack class from EWSC, a combination of geology and physicaleducation classes. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dionne from Seattle arrived Monday to spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Black at Silver Lake Resort. Lynn Johnson's parents and sister arrived from Anaheim, Calif. the last of August to visit him at Silver Lake Resort. There were seven traffic cases totaling $140 last week, said Ray Ballance, chief of police. John Haase from Espanola was taken to Deaconess Hospital by ambulance with an apparent heart attack Saturday. The first of September Mrs. Joe Nachtway from Clear Lake was taken by ambulance to Deaconess Hospital. Sept. 2 Tom Nobuy was taken to the Deaconess as the result of a car-pedestrian accident at Four Lakes. Nobuy was the pedestrian. Sept. 3 Mrs. E. E. Sanders was taken to the Deaconess with a back injury. Also Sept. 2 Danny Clarke was taken by ambulance to the "But we've in the Cheney- Deanconess for a knee injury Medical Lake rea all that receivi in football practice. He time," said Mrs. Anderson. Jim will be in a cast for three weeks. is continuing his work at Eastern Sate Hospital where he has been for 15 years, Mary is continuing to teach piano, and daughter Leisa will be entering the fifth grade. Mrs. Larry Holznagel is cooking at the high school this year. She worked in the elementary school kitchen last year. Lions Open Meets for Fall Sessions The Lion's Club of Medical Lake will meet today for its second meeting of the fall, said James Van Matre, president. The committees for this year are Ed Linke, chairman, Rom Reems, and Gary Seavey, Memberhip; Jerry Brown, chairman, and Dick Roark, Public Relations; Byron Leeper, chairman, A1 Denton, and Bob Short, Social Programs; Bill Mton, chairman, and Jake Bierle, Contests and Awards; Faye Hilbert, chairman, and George Spilker, Visitation; Ted Audett, chairman, and Louis Staton, Sight Conservation; Ozzie Miller, chairman, Gene Cada, and Gary Bell, Finance and Budget. 'e are making a real effort to become more active and in- volved in all of the Lion's ac- tivities in order to be of more service to our community," said Van Matre. One project is to raise $1,000 to help pay for Interlake's new master antenna for closed circuit and general television receiving which has recently been in- stalled. Two fund-raising activities are coming up, he said, the annual light bulb sale Oct. 4, 5, and 6, for $2 a package; and the sale of Halloween candy with in- dividually wrapped pieces in a cellophane container with Lion's Club activities advertised on the wrappers. The package sells for $1, he said. Ozzie Miller, past president, will be attending the mid-year conference for Lions at Van- couver, Wash., Sept. 26 and 27. Van Matte will attend the Lion's Club's zone conference at Nelson, B. C. on Saturday, Oct. 2. INSURANCE eoverage for all your needs. LIFE .. FIRE. AUTO HOME CALL BROWN Insurance Agency 299-3751 Dozing, Hauling, Backhoe work, topsoil, gravel, septic systems. Collect Calls Accepted DAVE HARRIS ; Phone Tyler 446 or 441 Council Set Sept. 16 Meet The deadline for filing as candidates for councilman positions at Medical Lake City Hall is Friday, Sept. 17. Incumbents at the present, and also up for election are: Seat no. I, two years, presently rifled by Roy Belfils; Seat No. 2, Ed Mahon, four years; Seat no. 3, Stanley Sloan, two years; Seat no. 4, Louis Staton, two years; Seat no. 5, Larry Brenneman, four years. There is no primary election, no caucus, and no filing charge. To date those who have filed R eact Team for the Medical Lake Council posts are Ralph Nolte, Ed Mahon, William Carl Jr., Richard Sloan and Helen Finsen. School Totals Practices Student Load Enrollment Monday at the schools was 522 at the high school, 547 at the elementary, and 2,290 at Blair, said Byron Leeper, superintendent of Medical Lake school district. Blair increased by 44 students from opening day enrollment, but it is still less than he had hoped, said Leeper. "Enrollment is vitally im- portant because state support is apportioned on a per-pupil basis, and most of the expenses are contracted in the form of per- sonnel prior to the opening of school," he said. Base Launches Study Courses Eastern Washington State College evening classes at Fairchild Air Force Base will start Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. at the Base Education Center. Richard Christenson, EWSC director of continuing education, said 27 classes in art, business, The recognition of Medical Lake REACT as an official team of 13 local members has been announced by REACT National Headquarters in Chicago, Mrs. Bob Adams, one of the local members, said today. REACT is a community program to provide organized citizens two-way radio com- munications in local emergen- cies, she said. Sponsored nationally as a public service by General Motors Research Laboratories, REACT is also affiliated with the Red Cross, and promotes correct and efficient use of citizens' radio. More than 40,000 citizens are members of about Vo00 REACT teams in the United States and Canada, she said. Coordinating the Medical Lake effort is Nelson Phelps, who is a radio dispatcher for the Spokane sheriff's department. Robert Adams, president of the group, said that a headquarters monitor station will be in operation at the Medical Lake police station 24 hours a day. The radio equip- ment was donated by Civil Defense to be used in the station. MONITOR STATION--Bob Adams and Nelson Phelps work on the antenna at the Medical Lake police station for REACT, while J. L. Bishop | the ladder. possibilities in the event of national disaster, through Enrollment Is Up organized effort, we expect to use its potential more fully," he emphasized. Citizens two-way radio was created by the Federal Com- munications Commission to satisfyaneedfrlw'esttw- at Levels way radio for necessary personal and business communication, said Mrs. Adams. Channel 9 is the official emergency channel used by these two-way radios, which will now be monitored for a 20-mile area around Medical Lake, Fairchild, Four Lakes, and Cheney, she said. The 13 Medical Lake members are Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Roberts, J. H. Hein, J. O. Bishop, Nelson Phelps, Otto Borsheim, John Tuck, Fritz Gilbreth, Mr. and Mrs. Marion King, Ray Ballance, chief of police, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams. Anyone interestted is urged to join. For information call 299- 3583 in Medical Lake. "In many communities, citizens two-way radio has Jurors Called proved the difference between The enrollment at Medical Lake Elementary School Monday was 546, said James Van Matre, principal. Last year enrollment at the opening of school was 487, and at the close of school it was 543, the highest enrollment the elementary school has ever had, he said. Several specialists are working in the building this year, said the principal. Individualized help in the areas of language arts, reading, spelling, writing, and mathematics, will be given by Mrs. Linda Semro and her aide, Patricia Henson, in the special resources room. A physical education specialist, Glen Payne, will be dividing his time between Blair and Medical Lake Elementary working with classroom teachers an office in the school and will be available for services to the students and their parents. Mrs. Sharon Bates, full-time librarian and audio-visual coordinator, is a valuable assistant to all of the teachers, said Van Matre. Mrs. Jerene Gibbons is the staff aide and works full time. The seventh and eighth l! are fully de the principal, and in the required academic they may now take art, industrial arts physical education, and The enrollment in these is 74 in the seventh eighth, a total of 142 New Teachers Join Lake City Staff New teachers at Medical Lake graduate of EWSC. Elementary School are five Mrs. Diane Green women and one man. Mrs. graduated from whO economics, education, English, geography, history, humanities, industrial technology, mathematics, political science and speech will be offered. Enrollment in the EWSC FAFB classes is not limited to military personnel, Christenson said, but is open to all interested persons. Additional information is available at the Base Education Center or from the EWSC Office of Special Programs. Registrations will be taken at first class meetings. Air Base School Has Addition The addition on the end of the M.D. Ray Building at Blair is coming along. Ed Anderson, foreman of Kolbar Construction, said, "It is always hard to get supplies, but if we can get them we could possibly be done by December." Rod D. Peterson, vice prin- cipal, said, "We hope they will have it finished by Nov. 15. We can't teach home economics and shop craft until it is finished." PTA To Eat The Medical Lake Elementary PTA will hold its annual potluck dinner Monday at 6 p.m. in the multipurpose room at the grade school. Living the clean life will be possible only if America cleans up. Air, water and countryside. It's a big job--much of it to be done with electric muscle. We're hearing much about recycling these days. Old cans into new cans,glass into new glass, paper into tomorrow's newspaper. None of this can happen without electricity. Many more cleanup jobs must be done requiring massive amounts of electric muscle. The experts figure this country will need twice as much electricity by ]981. There's no time to waste. We can't produce this extra oomph with two miraculous gulps of spinach! It has to be planned and built for. We'll continue working to do this. But we need your understanding today to meet tomorrow's needs. "Clean Energy For Modern laving" life and death." said Mr. Adams. "From an accident scene on a remote country road, a citizen whose car has a radio can in- stantly alert an ambulance, a doctor and a hospital staff, tie can also save precious moments in disaster situations where emergency oxygen or a resuscitator is needed," he ad- ded. "Citizens radio has many other community uses as well as The  following Medical Lake and the surrounding area are serving on the Superior Court jury which started Monday: Ernest D. Curtis, Medical Lake; Robert Jamerson, Medical Lake ; Clarine C. Jett, Medical Lake; Marian Lund, Medical Lake; Larry Smith, Medical Lake; William J. Spilker, Espanola; and Judith A. Staton, Medical Lake. STEEL WORKER%---Jim Crisp and Carter Gant, an apprentice, are working on the steel building which will be part of the new physical education complex at Blair Elementary School. Jim Cook of Dawson Bros. is their foreman. WASHINGTON WATER POWER CO. phical education. people from :inMrs: Denise Strohmaier and James Thorn will provide special help in music for students in grades three through eight at both Blair and the elementary school. In art Mrs. Patricia Rosenkranz will provide special instruction for grades four through eight. Mrs. Dorothy Wood, speech therapist, will return this year, as will Mrs. Verna Aplin and Don Kyle, girls and boys counselors from the high school, who will help part time. Mrs. Patricia Johnson, new full-time nurse for the district, hu Jacqueline Martin, third grade, has taught two years. Her husband is a certified public accountant in Spokane. Mrs. Myrtle Brown, also third grade, has never taught before. She graduated from EWSC and did her student teaching at Medical Lake Elementary under Mrs. Lorene Robinette, fifth grade teacher. Mrs. Allison Duncan, third grade, will be substituting for Mrs. Karen Chapman, who is expecting a child and will return in January. Mrs. Duncan is the wife of Rev. Donald Duncan, pastor of the Medical Lake Assembly of God church, and a College, has taught math at the high school years. She will now be science teacher for the and eighth grades. Mrs. Jo Anne NelSO graduate of EWSC, took of absence for the birth baby and is returning to fourth grade. She has years. Gary Mickelson will seventh and eighth language arts. He is a of Seattle University taught two years. He married. FARM AUCTION SAL September 18 On retirement Herman Ahlf offers at public auction, miles S. W. of Reardon, Wash., on Edwall Highway, faro equipment, shop tools and household items. Watch for Lunch served by Spring Creek Grange R D 4 Caterpillar Model W. D4 Cat. 7u 10392 International Model H Farmall Mower John Deere 5-bottom plow, Model 666 Rubber tires, trip bottom 2 12 foot Gooleys, J. E. Love (used 2 Yrs.) 12 ft. C C Cultivator TD M 10-ft. Oliver disk 2 Oliver drills-single disk (18x7-20x7) 6 Sections Oliver spring tooth 2 John Deere, 12-ft. weeders-end drive 1947-1V= ton Chev. Truck with hoist 1952 G.M.C Truck--1Vs ton 1935 Chev. Truck with hoist 1949 Dodge pickup Rubber tired wagon Manure Spreader-Hay Rake 4 Calkins rotary subsoilers New Holland hay baler No. 69 5 bottom John Deere plow No. 66A5 240 Gallon Storage tank on steel wagon 2 wheel trailer with covered metal box Chicken Oil Brooder, Feeders & Founts 2 250 Gallon fuel tanks 3 Blackmeer gas pumps Seed-Wheat Auger-- Platform scales Battery Charger-Air compressor 2 Water tanks Shop Equipment, vice, anvil and etc. Large dresser Small white dresser Library table Round piano stool Utility Table, Chrome trim 3 way floor lamp, chrome stand pin-up light table lamp 2 matching table lamps and shades Mahogany coffee table--glass top Rocking chairs Wicker-canopy baby b sket crib Baby buggy-god condition Bathroom scale Refrigerator Fruit jars: Qt. and Pts. Sausage grinder Lard press Oil stove, for kitchen Pot belly heater Electric heater Electric cream Seperator Barrel churn Crank type phonograph Gallon glass churn Kerosene Lanterns Crocks, dishes, silverware and etc. Household, goods sold at 10:30. Herman Reinbold -- Auctioneers Farm Machinery after lunch. Herman Ahlf. Terms: Cash Robert Kirkwood