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ae  Cheney Free Press Friday, September 17, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Team Earns Placing Winning tilth phce in bredirg lives4x)ek judging at the Lineaha Oonty fair in Davelport on Saturday was the Medical Lake team from Mr. Woods&apos; Vo. /gctue a, ss. Boys j,uding cattle, sheep nd swine were Wly Ibish, Sam Be2cher, Jim Johnson Tom Msr ,,and Mike . Jm Jobnso also ranked 10th high in the group. They will travel this Saturday t the Imexoy fair. Cadi(lates have been named for 'the Idavest Bal queen e0ntest wlich will Imme the 4ner on Oct. 2 at the bali in the Elementary school be- tween 8 rd 11 o'clock. Girls entered are Teresa Brewer Linda Von Lche, Jan Robe- sn, Kathy Durham, Barn Mor- ris arid Marsha Fauser. QUARTERBACK IS LOST Max Agnew, starting quar- terback, putter ,and place kick- er for t%.e Medical Lake Car- dinalS, will be ,out for the sea- son with a broken ankle suf- fered in the last quarter of the DeSailes game at Wa,a Wala on Satm'day evening. ,He wa released after treat- ment from ,the Walls Wala ,hospital and brought hame by the Perrys. There weren't many bright spots in the ame for the Med- ,ica;l Lake team as De Sailes maXie two touchdovtns in the first lalf to win 14 to 0. Jim Bauman, a 150 poumi junior played a good defensive game rd in line play, Larry Irth ooked goed. Those w%o saw East Vaey Whip Mead 27 to 0 on day ev thik Medical Lake wil ,kave to Jhtle when that team comes here on Friday at 8 o'clock. Eddie Collier, re serve qtmrrback, may start in that position at tkis game. .Mrs. Gesna Preston, Who rv mak her lmme inn Spv- larm, spen`t the weekend with Mrs. Edna Andersu. She vis- ited with many friends wle here. Enrollments Drop Enrol, lments in the Medica Lake elementary school were u,p from Last year with a total of 292 students, ttowever, the .high school and Blair elemen-, tary schools ,on Fairchild Base, were down. This is tarfly due to mary vaean.% ,lmmes on the base. In the high school, there a,ve students 'still coming in ech day, wleh will bring the tetaI tp in a matter of a few weeks. There are 37 kindergarten students enrolled ,at the ele- mentary school with only one session seheduled as yet, with Mrs. Ruth Lemly as: teacher. The first grade has 31 with Miss Janet erbst, second grade with 28 and Mrs. Thelma Mil- ler, third grade, also 28 with Miss. Lana Li'lienthell, fourth with 31 and Mrs. Margaret Ut- ter, fifth with 30 arid Mrs. Laurene Robmet`te, sixth grade with 43 and two teachers, Mrs. Beverly Smith and Mr. Van Stone, seventh with 33 and Mr. Frank Moore and in the eih`th grade there are 31 with Mr. Rollln Jo'lmson teac:hing. Mr. James Them teaches in- stvum ental a:rd vocal music arid Mrs. Barbara Bacon has special reading. Mrs. Katie Wyni, a is the principal and Mrs. Jesephi'ne Kl,e is her secretary. School Bus Hit A car came out the worse in an accideni with a schovt bus Monday afternoon .at Bar- ker and Le.fevre Streets. The bns, da'iven by Carol Kap.lan, was stopped at the s.too sign hen a ear, driven by Rober- ta Byers, skidded on loose gravel and ,hit the bus. Ap- paxe,nly Miss Byers lst con, trol of her car. There w2re no mjm'ies and damage to the bus was minor. The students were tvansfexred to another bus and conn.ued o their [way holme. Accept Invitation Mr. Elvern arber and Mr. D ..... IUI ..... I__A I Wes Huff left on Tuesday ,, memory t[]]mo.n,ing by plane from Fr- [child after receiving an invi- Medical Lake -- 1955 [tati'on, to acconpany the 7th here  be a Rebekh [ Regent Operation Understand- : lge meeting onday eve-ing Gronp to E1 Paso and ming, Set. 19. Emma Jerue other points of interest. They 1 give her assembly report, wil;I receive briefing on Army BLares will be copleted or Air Defense and the 'R,le of the ct meetiag Oct. 1 in the Air Defense Sch'ol' there, Cheey. also the NUki and Misile sys- Miss Diane Wyna entered terns. Sacred Heart hospital Monday They will then travel to Mc- sttffering with a throat infec- Greor range where there will tion. be a pre-fire of observaio Mr. ad Mrs. Wiley F. Har- non are *parents of a girl born M,omhy, Set. 12, at the Dea- cones ihospital. The baby, wlm as !nmed Balinda Sue, weigh- ed 6 pounds. Jay Piper of Van, couver Wash.,  spen@i:g his vacation with  brother and sister-in- law, Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Piper. Twenty,seven pupflls are en- rolled tn the first grade, taug by Mrs. lbinette. Medical Lake- 1945 The Community Ladies aid wil meet at `the home ef Mrs. arid missile irings. In the eve- ning they will go to Fort Bliss and on Thursday molmg to White Sands Missile Range for orien*ation missn and brief- ing of nuclear effects. Thurs- day evening they fly to Hell- oman Air Force Base i New Mexico aad to' Peterson Air Force Base at Colorado Springs. Fnd,ay they fly to RAD Corn Headquaers for briefing of NORAD which include the mission and th threat, organization and oper- aions, communications and the future. atha Herdricksn with Mrs. Friday fterrmon they will tester and Mrs. Michael assist- tour the U. S. Air Force Acad- in. emy and Saturday they wi A meeting of the PTA will return home. be held Sept. 20 t the sepal .Miss Jo Grfffith of Deep Creek was a weekend guest at the home o( Mr.-and Mrs. W. D. Wynia. Loyal chat)ter OES held its regular meeting Monday eve- aiIg wth 40 attending. A spec- ial guest or the evening was leers. Jessie Red of Buckley, pat maan of Loyal clmpter. Other ,uexts were Mrs, Mar- tha Ooh.agen of heneq chap- ter arid Mrs. Ruth Shook. A memoriam ceremony for Mrs. CHURCH NEWS St. Timethys Church St. Timothy's Guild met at the home of Mrs. Wiiam Dur- .fee Morday evening. Projects for the coming year were dis- ctmsed and devotions were led by Mrs. PeaH King. Any persons who are inter- esed in Morning ,more abeu. the Episeolal church, or who have ctfildren wlom they would .like to have enrolled in the EpiscopaL Ohtaxh school tivities and studies for the coing yeur will be discussed. All rteres`ted high sc*h, aol stu- dents are welcomed. C!h,dren between the ages of four to 11 years were en- rolled in the c,hurch sehood pogran [.'ant Sunday. Any par- ens who vould like their Child to receive Episc(pal church school training are uged to bring their child this Sunday to the 10 a. m. service. The service of ramming prayer w"l be corducted at ]1 a. m. The St. Paul's Guild wifl meet Sept. 23 at the home of Mrs. Hom-y Kss, 627 B. St. at 8 p. m. to send to Viet Nam that in- clude a sewing kit, health kit ad a children's kit. Slides will be shown at ,the St. John's Lutheran Parish !hail by Rev. Morstad of scenes from Eastern State bospita'l. A report will be given on the Ta- coma cnvention and eection (f .officers will be held. Mrs. Evelyn Durfee was hos- tess to the St. Timothy's: guitd at her borne one evening last week. Plans were made to again tlave their mincemeat sale, to be held before Thanks- giving. About 50 gallons were s,od hst year and they will be making more this year. Their potluck supper will be hld at, the city hall on Sept. 27 at 6:30 p. m. The Community church wi'H hold a food shower this Sun- day ,for the Stewart Sparrow famiiy, who 'have been miss- ionavies ir South America. They are now living in Spo- kane. The Ldies Aid .are also collecting materials or kit TEACHERS FETED The Eeemneary PTA and pre-sl(ol are jointly spa soing a po`tL,ck supper for ,families ,and teachers at the sclmol Monday, Sept. 20. The doors will open a 6 p. m. with serving to begin at 6:30. Teachers wiIi be intro- duced during an informal pro- gram. Mrs. Betty McGee is PTA president and Mrs. Sue Strem is the pre-_..sch, ool head. Hot Lunch Menu Morday, grade school---piz- za, peanut butter sandwiches, green bears, gapes and milk. High schoolH.ot dogs, ,mus- tard and catsup, picldes, baked beans, errot sticks, awicots and milk. Tuesday -- grade school and !high se'lmol reverse Monday's melu. Wednesday -- Chicken in gravy over mashed potatoes, green salad with French dres- sing, wheat fl, ake muffins with butter, jello and milk. Thursday -- Creamed chip- ped ,bee,f over hot baking pow- der biscuits, baco,nized green beans, watermelon wedge and milk. Friday -- Baked m,ccaroni and rehees, perfection salad, bread ,and btter, orange sec- tions maid milk. Attends Conference00 Mr. Van Matte, high school princLpul, will uttered the WI- AA District No. 7 meeting of the North East District Aetiv- LUes Ass'n, along with the coaches Sept. 15 at the Coeur d'Aiene ,hotel in Spokane. The Education Conference, which is bold this year at CW- SC in Ellensburg Sept. 18 and 19 wiU be attended by Mr. loy HoUiday, Mr. Van Stone und Mr. Van Matte. Must Regist---er The me .is getting oh)set for the adults to get register. ed for their evening classes in workshop, mmiture finishing ,have received word by phone r00rom Fritzie and his family in the storm area in New Or- leans, that they are all right but have heavy damage to thedr home. They live at Gret- Espan01a News By Katherine Holloway GRANGE RESUMES Back ta school night was the their family about noon on Sunday. With wind up to 120 males an h, oar their doors were bl,o,n <ff ,and they have water damage. They will be without drinking water, phone or elec- tricity for some time and he M. L. REPRESENTED The Medic, Lake high sch, ool band, under the direc- ti, on of Mr. Them, will make its first agpearance of this school year at the Spokane In- terstate air .on Sep,t. 23'. They will be featured as the "tand of the Day" and Vhey wl per- form at 3 p. m. arid again at 6:45 p. m. The FFA judging team, with their leader, Jay Wood, will also be at the Pair on Sept. 22 to take part in the activities for their group. MEDICAL LAKE MAN COMPLETES ARMY COURSE F%. Belvoir, Va.--Pvt. Tim- ethy V. House, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean A. t{ouse, Reute 1 Medical Lake, compaeted a six- week powerman course at the army engineer s,eh, oM, Ft. Bel- voir, Va., Sept. 10. During the course House re- ceived irstruction in the op- eration and maintenance of hand and power tools, gasoline and diesel engines and electric generators. ha, a suburb, and were able theme o,f Espanola grangers to talk for a few minutes to when they met on Friday eve- ning. Slides of the State grange sesaion were shown, a reading "In 0the Words" was given by Anna Hodgsn and a spellllng bee was held. Mary Wyborney being the winner. A sack lunch was enjoyed. The name of Pete Nil les was drawn wi1'l be unable to return to for the j'ackpot, but he was work for some time. n, ot pesent. The next Grange meeting will see t cmb to $9, might make it worth while for everyone to attend. Boost- er night has been set for Oct. 22. The grange booth for the Interstate Fair was discussed .and members will be spending every available minute work- ing to have it ready to be in place by the Friday dea,diine. The theme o the booth, "Thy I-'rovisiors Provide Strength" is taken from the fourth de- gree prayer. BROTHER RECOVERS Mr. and Mrs. Reinhrd Thei- nrens drove to Moses Lake en Saturchy to be overn'ight guests of the Ray Thiemens family. On Sunday they vis- ited with Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Thiemens at Ephrata. Mr. Thiemens is recovering nicely from surgery. Linda Von Lehe, daughter of Mr. and Mrse. Earl Von Lehe, and a junior at Medical Lake high school, was Espan- ol'a's candidate for the Fairest lyler News By Wanda Sfengle Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Able- man and Mr. and Mrs. Ie Ableman and infant son Todd of Cheney drove to Lewson !Sunday to visit Mrs. Maude Prentiee and Mrs. Zelma Jones a'nd families. Mrs. Prentice is now residmg in a nursing 'home. Her health is is,proving. ATTEND RALLY Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peter- son and Mrs. lon Rob'msa at- tended the anti,eom,munisn rally in Spokane Sunday after- n,on. Speakers were Herbert Philbrick of the frmer tele- vision show, "I Led Three Lives", .and Dr. Fred Scb'arz, whose topic was "Reds, Race, Iots and Revolution." Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Plotts of Edwall e.,-tertained at a Sun- 'day potluck dinner in honor of son Tommy P}atts and his bride, Judy. G,uests were Mr. and Mrs. John Ham and daughters and other relatives o,f Tom and Judy. They enjoyed the after- noo,n watching slide pictures [ taken on his seven,month s cruise in the Mediterranean. Mrs. Eleanor Seheil entered St. Lukes hospi`tal Monday. She will be there several days. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea and family were dinner guests of Mrs. Violet Sharp and Vicky Sunday. ] Mrs. Luella Kuhn and sons David and Joe called on Mr. and Mrs. Arley Ableman Sun- day. The Ablemans wiIl be living at the former Letha Livestock Brands L00]ust Be Recorde Owners of registered stock brands who have re-recorded the brand do so immediately, rector of Agriculture W. Moos said today. The law requires stock brands be five-year intervals. date for rerec.ording 1965-70 period was Sep not re-recorded, the expire. Moos said that as of a iota,1 of 10,171 been re-recorded. Since 'are almost 15,000 stock bran,(ls, nearly have not yet been The re-recording fee is Plotts .house. Mr. man and Mrs. Helen are helping them move. Mr. and Mrs. Aan and son Doug were dinner guests of Mr. Arley Heyer and na Harris was a guest Ardee Ableman was ent guest of his Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd ceLebrating his 12th Mr. and Mrs. Ira S h Sunday evening and Mrs. Clarence Cusick. The Sheas attended ings at the Nazarene held Last Monday a,nd The Rev. and Mrs. Rev. ,and Mrs. Finkbiner speakers. Mr. and Mrs. Don tended an open house and Mrs. Sp,grrow in The total number of veterans dropped beloW of the Fair contest. Mrs. Von The 20-year-oLd soldier is a Lehe accompanied her daugh- ]963 graduate of Medical Lake ter to the judgiwg at the Dav- tome in Spokane with a friend high school and was en,gaged enprt hotel on Wednesday o.f while he attends Community in ranching aId farming be- }ast week. Later in the day G0,]ege. fore entering the army. the 28 en`trants and the judges The Gary Webleys drove to were shown on television, Moses Lake on Saturday to HOLDS FIRST MEETING where the winners were ter spend the weekend with the Eastern Star met on Men- named. John Lessers. Becky Webley day evening with werthy mat- Mrs. Patt Self ridge and Bob celbrated her third birthday ton and patron, Mr. and Mrs. Rogers were h,n,ored with a while at her gm,ndparens. lri'on Manning presiding. In-birthday party Saturday eve- Mr. nd Mrs. Andrew Pille iiUon was held for George ning at the R.ogers home near daughter and Mr. Plte's Fleming and Fay Hilbert. Cheey. Jack Penhallurick of parents of Minnesota were Moses Lake is visiting the Sel- Sunday ,dinner guests of the Chris Bihlups, 11 year old fridges and `the Mor- ttu,gh Jackmans. son ,of Rev. nd Mrs. Charles iartys. till:ups, will be confined to Sunday spper gue,sks of the his bed with rheumatic fever Oscar Murs were the Jay for six weeks. He is a sixth Wood famLlyof Medical Lake C H E N E Y grader at the elemen,ary arid the Larry D,anie,lsons o,f school. Amber. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bruce Bruske of Wiboux Reitmeier were evening visit- Mon`t. arived last week to ors. make his lome with his grand- Sharon Kappel of Odessa moth's, Mrs. Grace Ltmder, was a weekend visitor of Pen- I I I WMle he attends EWSC. ny ol, oway. Rus.ty H, olloway "CAN DO Mrs. MeFarlane and Tami le,ft on Sunday after a 10 day of Spokane spen,t the weekend leave before leaving for sChoo.] at tie Claude Mace [rome. in Mem>hls, Tenn. He is with Mrs. C, olda Hendvix hks the Naval Reserve, sta.tio,ne,d Medical Lake is a most won- at Sand Point NavM base. erful place to Live. Folow- Sunday dinner gues,ts of the mg surgery a few weeks ago, Loren Von Lehe family were A 36-year old man is hit by arthritis. A baby is her friends and nelbars Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gabber with a heart defect. A lo:se burns. A family is have taken .over and helped and family of Reardan. for breakup. her in so many ways, that she Sunday visitors at t'he AI- Whatever the trouble, when a neighbor needs heSp just was overwhelmed, vert Rosermu home were Mr Gaff Smith, a student in Se- and Mrs. John Tesch of Spo- ney people .are ready to "pitch in." And nine times a,ttle is visiting with the Alfred kane. On Sunday morning ten, they funnel their help through United Crusade. Smilhs. Irene Rosenau visited Mac UC provides a "small army" of sldlled, dedicated Mr. arid Mrs. J. J. Hennesey Bather in Medical Lake. to effectively help our neighbors in need, whether and family of Kennewick were Wednesday visitors at the Sunday .dinner guests at the Bill McGourins were Mr. and are across the street or across the county. And a,,ll Dee Ableman home. Mrs. Don Hilton o.f Spokane. simple check mark -- your pledge of just one lour'Sl The L1;oyd Arlm,lds drove to Bill MeGourin of Richmond, a month. Pul'man on Thursday to spemi Va., a nephew ,or the McGour- Now is the time to make your pledge, and m,ke the weekend with their sons irs, arrived on Sunday to en- and families, the LI, osM and rol in Gonzaga University. Cheney "can do." Gone Arnolds. Enjoying a birthday dinner Wnile there they took a in their honor at the A1 WiEms trip of 100 miles up to Noah home Sunday were Rihard Fork to E River where they M, anke and Annie PLocker visited. Barney's hunting [ Other guests were Mrs. Mnke, oge, Just recently purchased [ Charlie Plocker nd Mr. and vr. and Mrs. Gone Frances I Mrs. Johen H. Weyen. The On Sunday Mrs. Arn vis:[Marvin W.,ilms family were ited friends at her home Mrs. [also guests Catherine Seivers of Spokane] Saturday evening visitors at and her sister, Mrs. Thomas the Stanley Swansons we,re the Bill Me G:ourins. On Sund,ay Tony Appel visited. Gary Swan- son left Monday to make his lion in December, 1 was 21,897,000 on 1965, the Veterans tion reported. They less than 46 yars of ago Liberty cannot be without a genera,1 among the people . . dare to read, think, writ. ._ You ea find it in the Share Your Blessings ed her bihd,ay on Sunday by getting ,phone caltls from Ml her ehitdxen who are away from home. Visiting and en- joyirtg cake were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Morse and Mr. and Mrs. Chren, ce Dobbins. She also vis- ited with Edna Anderson and Gesflta Preston on Saturday. Mrs. Minnie Haxwood visited about 50 friends on her birth- day Pl'iday at the Pilard Lee of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wood Sunday dinner gnests of the Oscar Muvaer ,fmily. Their chiMren also attended. ,Mrs. S. C. McGee of Ever- ezt spen five days last week with the Jack McGee amHy. On Thursday She and Jenni- fer celebrated their :birthdays. v-. ,and Mrs. Farl Flick o,f Peshastan were Ttmrsday vis- itors at the C. E. Jolley home. Saturday evening visitors at the Fred Kukuk h0ve in Spoka . 'ne were the Mil and leb Kukuk latrines. check the fa share squa Effie Sdmler was ,given,. training program, re urged 's. Anua J01mslx return, to ca the Rev. H. W. Hubbard ed at week after visitin, g her at 235-4614, Cheney, s cass- sister, Mrs. Charles Bruce at es are no-w being organized. Everett, the pat few weeks. Classes will be held on a wee night. Medical Lake- 1936 The sewiceswill be conduct- The Cotter, Blossom Singe ed .t 9 a. m. All interested per. from the Piney Woods School, sos are cord/ay welcomed. Piney Woods, ,Miss., wl give .an emrlaimnen of Negro St. Paul's Episeohl Jbitee songs at the .high T!h e Episcopal Young sclmol, Wednesday. Chuclmen--the high shool Mr. arid Mrs. Sam Brvwn, age grOup--will meet a, the a,d amily attended the races Vicarage, 1506 5t St., next in Spokane Saturday. Sund'ay evening at 7 p. m. Ac- The Student Body elected the fl).l.owing office fr the sclmal year: president, Jne Htxhixc,n; vice presiden., Bill Iuders; secretary, Eve- Iya Morris; and sergen at arms, &eorge Theile. A special school district eMetion of legal school elec- tLop.s of Moal Lake Sthoo BdstrLct No. 326 wi' be. beltl at the school imuse on Sept. 18 for the purpose of voting a special levy of 8 silos to buy a ,new bus. The pos  be open from 1 to 8 p. m. ,and ltpolstering, lectu on The Walter Klugs and son home arid an diseases which Steve arm Walter Iug St. begins Sept. 28 and runs spent the weekend at Deer through Nov. 18. Lake bird ,hunting. These are Tuesday and The G2rg e Palmers attend. Thursday classes from 7 p. m. ed the Rain, bow Assembly at un,til 10 p. m. in the Vocatkonl Fairchild on Sa,tuday evening. Ag. depament, with Jay Mrs. Bdie Keene celehrat- Wood and Herb Baker as in- -----___ structure. There wi31 be a $3 fee and you may call and reg. inter at SA 3-4411 or CH 4- 3625. IN STORM AREA The Fritz Gil'breth family Reward For Information George (Sam-Martin) Triplett, working in harvest, has '65 Chev. SS-Fawn color, Calif. license NQF-314. FA 5-3953 - KE 8-2541, Bud Brannon sl7p home. The P'ffiards, the Bill laxks a,Id the Bill Tuttles spen the weekend .t Enter- prise, Ore. with the Neff Parks family. The tl,ards left Tues- day for three weeks of visit- ing ,ha Missouri, Iowa mad Ne- braska. Good Used Washers and Dryers $25 and up USED TV'S $15 AND HIGHER 9-17-10-1 Holmes Hardware Spokane County United Crusade Cheney Division American Red Cross---Ameca Socia Health Arthri & lheumatism Foumhtion -- Both Hospital -- Boy Scm of America  Camp 'Fire Catho'lic Family Service  ClIdre's Hme Washgton- Community Mental Health Center --" munity Wefa,re Cou.neil  Fairehi;M Youth Centaur --- ily Counseling Service  Girl Scouts of USA -- Shepherd Home -- Lutheran y and Child -- Savati] Army -- Spokme Area Sfety Spokane Curty Cneer Assoemtiml -- Spokane ilitaion Center  St. Anne's Irfants' HOme  St Cldren's I-Irene  United Service Organization -- ing Nurses Association  Volunteers of Amerma igton Asociatian for Retarded ChiMren -- Citizens' Co,until ,of the N,aLional Council on Delinquency  Waxhington State Associati, o for Health -- Vashinon State Heart Associatkm Branch)  YMCA, city--YMCA, valley  YWCA.