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Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Medical Lake Students Speak At Commerce Meet Six MA Lake high school sdents, wlm had attended various youth leaderNp and trang camps sponsored by the school arm citer civic or. gaitions, were uess off the Medical Lake eamber of com- merce at tim first fa meet. irg Tuesday eventg. The students toltl of the&apos;,lr experiences at the various carious camp ami conferenc- es such as Girls' State, Boys' State, Cdheer Leader's Confer- ence, etc., and thanked the vari.ous clubs for the fhmcial assistance to these delegates. tJbamber of Commerce of- ricers this year are Don1 Kyle, president; Larry Smith, vice president; Wffliam Wh, itmer, secretary ad ames T. Will- iams, treasurer. VISIT INDIAN MISSION Nine members of the Junior Missionettes traveled to Well- pipet Sunday Where they vis- {ted the Indian Mittssion Work, coaducted by Mr. and Mrs. IInlc Evans and Mrs. Bur- gess. Mrs. Evans told of their work and k0w it ,hd progres- sed since its beginning fl)ur years ago. The Ffir en,joyed a 'ort talk by an lndian who is a member off the Assembly of 'od church there, also an Inli,n danve by Indian girls. A qumtity off clothing was dtal by the goup te assist the Evans with the work there,. Those gg were Candy JoLhn- scat, NNah.lee Davis, Lind Wil- krson, CAndy Thomas, C.athy Tohler, Shehe Tohl, Gaff I)ebhie totten, ,Fatty Moore arid were accompanied v ev. Janes Terry, .Mr.. and Forrest Clark and Mrs. ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE? Volers registration week ha: been declared for Monda% Sept. 27 to 4:30 p. m. Friday, Oct. 1, 'at te Medical Lake city Spearheading the drive to lae everyone ready to vote by the Nov. 2 election ave the Medical Lake church- e. Included are Father Kow- rach of St. /ne's Galmhe church, Rev. James Terry of 2sse,m.bly of God, Rev. BiHups of be Community church, Lor- etta Kaplan for Pastor Oen I be served, as they were unable to attend. PRE-SCHOOL TO MEET The Medical Lake preschool 'A'n will hold its first meet- ing on Oct. 7 at 7:45 at the ementary school. Each mem- ber is asked to a friend. Sue Strom is the .president and will bring up a distaxssn on a mormy-makig woj'evt con- cevng the selng off flags. 3UDGING TEAMS BUSY ay WOod traveled to Pom- rer ,on Saturday with a judg- off St. Jotm's Lu,theran, Ann irg team co,wised of Jim Soneborn for Rev. Hu,bhard of Johnson, Wally Labish, Dan ttte St. Timohy's Ea Tuv.nbongh, ad Sam Belcher. Church and for the Espanoa They judged feeder clalves and grange, Master Cu.d,e Garner, breeding gilts. Jim 5ohnson the elementary seA,col PTA is plaved in the top ten of 48 Mrs. Helen Finson and Don boys. Wirmns for the Chamber of John Woodward, cttapter Commerce. leader, accompanied Mike Car- This community endeavor raN, Tom Musser, Jim Kuhn, gives these reasons for need- Keith Hodgson and Ross Jen- ing to register; anyone 21 sen to Otheilo to judge breed- years ef age ,and older who is ins livestock. a new resdient, those wlo ,have not voted in the last for years (your registration priv- elage is l:ast if you do not vote during a ,four year period) and if you have moved to this pre- cinct from armther precinct. The conditions determining your eligibility to vote are that The teams witl also judge dairy and livestock at the In- terstate Fair ,and wl go to Pullman on Saturday to }udge at the University. HOT LUNCH MENU ,onday --Itamburgers, rot- is.h, catsup and mustard, pick- you must be a resident in this kles, buttered peas and car- precirct, must have rived in rots, vanil,h fruit pudding and the ste for one year, in the milk. county for 90 flays and in the Tuesday  Chicken n, oodie )recinct for 30 days. soup, crackers, fresh vegeble tray, bologna sandwich, pea. AT THE CHURCHES nut butter cookies and miJk. St. Timothy Episcopal The Wednesday  Old fashion- regur sece is held at 9 a. ed beef stew, sliced tomato, m. on Sunday mornings with cam,munich on the first Sun- day off the month. The toluck supper wiI1 be held on Sept. 27 at the ci, ty lmll at 6:30. St. John Lutheran---Four Sunday school eIasses are be- ing he,M in the new Parris hall wth two eomunion clsses on Tlmrsday evening. lettu,ee leaf, yeast rollls and butter, grapes and milk. Thursday  Creamed new PeOtOeS with frozen peas, cog-i e bread 'an, d butter, ,hard boiled egg, peas and rail&. Friday  Turbo noodle cas- se,rle, lettuce and pineap,pe salad, sweet dressing, bread and butter, freSh fruit and Mari Iars. Church i.s hem at 11:15 o Sun- I'-00e ]days Te combined Women's Down Memory toCircleviewmet:slidesn Mondayoff EastevneVening, hos- Medical Lake  1955 pital by Rev. Marshal and con- Loyal chapter, Order of - v slides by Katherine ern Star, met .M<mGay eveng Holl'.oway. Plans are being wi Mrs. Mildred mtde for a baza and ,bake woze6hy matron, and A. C. Chit- sale on Nov. 15 fo'tlmved in the rdl,k. NEW BUS IN USE The school district has in operation a new 1965 D(dge 58 passenger bus, which has: bee on order for some ",time. It will make the Iayford run with Earl Jorms as dver. evening with a potluck supper An interesting note from wood, worthy pate, on, presid- and thanks offering program, the Elementary school pNnci- ins. C'om:munty ChurchMr- pl, Mrs. Wynia, that there are :Mqm Llewetlyn was eected president of the Girls' ins church begins 'at 11 o'clock 25 new students ,in the grade Athletic ,ass',n Moxlay evening, and evening services at 7. Sun- school. Sept. 19. Other officers are Jo day school begins at 9:45 and Mead, vice presidertt; tiara Fait, i tire youth group meets at 6 CARDINALS-LOSE seca.ary; Alma BoAr, treasur-P- m. During the week Bble Tim .Med:ieal Lake Ftbali er, ,ad Diana Charon, sergeant study is iheld n Wednesday squad lost its game when Fta .t ,arms. evening at 7 o'clock flwed Valley came ,here on Friday The PTA met Sept. 15 'at the by choir practice at 8. ,high sclol. The *high school Anyone 'havg fd for the tectters were knxluced by Sparrow fmJly may still bring 1VIr. Ball, ,and Mr. Hollklay in- it to the church. ueed the grade school The recent rummage sale tethers, held by the women off the The Coh,unity Ladies Aid chttrch, was termed a success. met at the home off Roy Keene The Twilight Circle will meet Set. 14, with Mrs. Los De- Sept. 28 ,at the home off Beu- Cheane as asSt,nt 'hoss. lah King for a work night. All Phns were c0mleted for the women ,are remhnded to bring hm dmer ad bazaar Oct. 11 two new wash clhs to make t ie dry ha,l, toys i%r the hstmas has- Medical Lake- 1945 The Medical Lake faculty emd olmol b0erd and fmilies hed thei Ixlck d- vr y evong in the gym. Honor guests were coun- ty endent, Arthur Tucker, his wife arm two boys rom Slmkarm. About 50 were pregen &xr the dinner. school student body of.: Rcers erected at MediCa Lake fhi week ,are Jack, president; Dazel ttolliday, vice Isi- dent; e Robinett, sec- retary; Melvi Roast, set. gea.t at arns. .Mike tasgw .had the mis- fordable of havi .his car stol- en last Satarday night by two inmtes of the Bastern State Tim Lullmran etmv hld its mmal ldsion Festi- col Slmday with services at 11 a. m. al 2:30 p. m. Pms ave being made for Conmunion srvice St day, Oct. 7. New members will' be taken into the clmrch at ttmt time. Medical Lake- 1936 are being made far an all-s01mol cPni to ,be held Oct. 16. A doar.prize w he give nd etertainment is . The dramatics class give a skit and the grade school will entertain with mu- sic and tap dancing. Dart games, bingo, fsh ponds and roMette Wheels will be among the unes open to the paons. The first ,PTA meeth of the soh<ml year was ,hem on T, humday events in the Ngh school ,aditorium. Ahou 40 poopIe were present. The membem vted to raise the dues from 35 cents per year to 50 cenls. Ay parent may attend the montMy meeting whether they are a meraber of the association or not. It was deemed to give a phmchle pawty in the school gymnasium Tuesday to raise funds. kets. Assembly off God----Chah serves are ihld .at 11 and the evong sevi.ce 'at 7:30. The Sutchy school takes up at 9:45 and the youth group meets in e evening at 6:30 Their prayer nd ]tiMe study is 'heMgrUPwednesdayon a 7:30. St. Arme's Catholic ckm'ch-- beltl at 10 a. m. and 7 p. m., the regulm- wntev times. Reh'gion clases for the elemmttm'y een will be hem on Tueschy at 3:5'0 p. m. which is a change from last year, which was hekl n Mon- day afternoons. CRAFT CLASSES RESUME Medical Lake Craft Classes will be remed Se. 30 at the Commum'ty ckmh. Christmas wrehs will be made. This grop meets on the last Thursday off each moth. FROM EASTERN ;TATE Oct. 11, 13, ad 14 are the daes set for the Public Re- Ia,hons Day ,to be heM at the *tmspital and Lakeland Village. Boh iasitutiora Imve a .gn geared tr gh s0hol ad college stu,dens wil ds- cussion 'and (ree,r dipls. 0et. 5 has been set for the C,hris volmReer groups to meet. 0hairmen from the, var- ivs connties wi:ll meet to m'ake pns for pblicity, pro. grams and gits for the cam- mg season,. They wi tour the lmspital after dinner. The Labor Day fishirg der- by turned out well with over 100 laien,ts galGng part and ,about 40 patients 'half, ins aong with many outside vol- unteers. Ohen and Spokane 'liCe guards volunteered their services, with oly one mis- hap occurring, tlat of a vat uteer osing his balance at the ed of the day and get- tirtg a bath when he fell from the dock. AI 'fish caug were sent .to the seeurity ward to e vennlg with ,a scre of 14 to 0. Larry and Jim Bauman play good offensive games. Priest River comes 'here on Friday evening far a non- league game. A, nyone failimN to regster for &dttlt Education Classes may .came arm register the irst evening, which is Sept. 28. This class wilt be con- ducted by Say Wood and Herb Baker in the Vocatiartal Agri- culture buiMing. ,Mr. and Mrs. Joyee Keene of Spokane ,ad Mrs'. Poy Keerm drove Jim arm Gone to WaHa Walia to enroll a Whit- man College for the@ first year. S ,uday visitors off Mrs. Keene were Mr. and Mrs. Gor- don Wilkes of Spokane. They also visited with the Ernest Ahfs, Mr. m,d Mrs. Arclge laird arid baby are visiting from CMiforna. .Mrs. E. Mabxm returned ,home from tim ess Ims- pital Friday ,after havirg sur- gery the week before. Mr. and Mrs. Clence Dob- bins atended t hapNsrn off Brian Dobhins, 11 year old son o Mr..and Mrs. Glen Dobbins at the Chancy (2ristian clmreh on Stmday. On Wed- nesd they left for Pasoo to s2eatd several days with Mr. and Ms. Jot Kenrthy. Mrs. ASh'.as Ellery spent a week vacationing wit reh- tiwes on the coast. In the visit she spent sme time at SMem, Ore., with the M. S. C,mbs, with Mrs. Will Craig at Cen- tm:'a arm at Werratchee Val- ley College with Craig Gru,b. wire s playing football ca the freslnna team there. Ms. W. E. Quinn, formerly of Medical lake, is in he CI- fax ospitai. The Irvin Ihffs aze at ,home wih their trailer, after ,sperMing most of the summer at Downs lake. ,Mrs. C. E. Jolley iS .home after spending several days with the C. W. Gottmaz faanily in Seattle. The Say Wood family spon Sunday at tim Owen Boahers in Sandpoit, Idaho. Mr. and lrs. &Reo, Toke and Mrs. avy Tooke have had a visit of Mrs. Ge,rtrue A,kins ,0ff Dayton, Ohio for a week. She left Sunday for her home after seeing :her newest grand- son. The Tookes ave just re- cently 'heard from then" sn By Katherine Holloway HUB CLUB VISITS The Esparoh Women's club met Wednesday at the dub room with Evelyn and Sally Willms and Edna Garner as hostesses. Twelve members, seven children and seven guests were present. The Four lakes Hub Club were %itors. Miss Ruth ould of the eunty extertsi, on office, guest speak. or, spoke on "Live Len and Like It." Plans were made for a rum- mge sale to be :hed Nov. 4 a 1108 West First Street in Spokane and all interested are asked to call any of the mem- bers to leave donations with them. Mbel Sheaf al Helen Firmon wRl show crafts at the ,fl festival Oct. 25 at the Iarigold building. An this year the clab will have dish elo,hs for saM. DUCKS WIN AT FAIR Robin Maria,rty wn two first pl, ace ribbons on his !ducks at the Spokane Inter- i state Fair. He and his brother Danny have entered or'her an- imats but as yet they had not been judged. BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Steve Green- wood visited at the Osoar Reit- meier home last week. They have moved to C:heney from Pasco to attend college at Dast- ern. The Reitmeiers we,re Tuesday dinner guests at the Iritz Gilbreth home. Weekend visitors at the Richard Manke home were Mr. ,and Mrs. Lloyd Sleeper of Run- n4rtg Springs, Calif. Mrs. Sleep- er was a school friend of Mrs. Manke. onday luncheon guests at the Frar& Selfridge home were Mrs. Wiam tIoerner and Leonard. Lee and Jack Peralurick off Moses Lake were Wednesday visitors. On Sattwday evening the SeNrid. gas joined he John Maurersi of Tyler, the Dell Reiltys off Wqaukon and the ttonnie Reiths of Harr'mffton fr dim her out. Ptan Whatmore of Sea,ttle was a weelerd visitor off Ter- ri Muaser. Sunday dinner guests off the G,ordon Ho@gsons were Mr. and M's. Scott Hanson and Margaret. Mrs. (3athene INn- son returned ome with them. Sunday evening the Hodg- ,.ns vimted at Deaconess .ms- ,pital with Mr. E. C. I-Iodgson, lo is ill. Lyle Hod,gson spent the weeeknd with Toby May- field. Eric Swanson is spedin 10 days in Puyallp at the Western Wa, shingon Fair where ,he wil.1 be driving a team of six Belgium harses in he tWiCe daily shvs. Ray Guthrie of Pineville, Ore., is the owner of the 'lmeses. Sunday visitors a the Swan- san ,home were Mrs. Alvin Pauon and Mrs. Benwie GuMke of DaveIport and Mrs. Eloise Von Lehe and amily arid Mrs. Doris Winan azid fam- ily of Medical Lake. Lyle An- dersor ws a dinner guest of Gary Swanson. ary MCourin spen Sun- day with George Mham in Spokarm. Sunday supper guests of the McGourins were MiChelle Balonda, ade and Mr. and M2s. Don lambert ad Dan of Choney. Miss t?lon- dra4e wl'l leave in a few days to visit 'her home in France. Mr. ,and Mrs. A1 Wilims spet the weekend at the Bob Kirk home at Pomeray. 'Mrs. Eloise Von Lethe and Dimme visited the Sacred Heart hospital Sunday eve. rang with Sheryl Cos. Stockton of Los Vegas is vastting ,her sister, Mrs.. Ella Kapp. Saturday Mve__in,g ,guests Were Mr. and s. Wal- er Rupp of Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. John LbiSh  Jo- rme, vlm wa clebrating her, ,birthday. Sunday the Il/ies, tbe Jerry Dabishes 'and the Ruaps had a birthday dinner in Jbarme s ,tin,mr. Sunday din- ner 'guests at the Knapps were the Graver Cannons of Daven- port. , . ,nday afternoon visiters a he Fred Jalmson home weave Mrs. Marbel Hansel, Nine and Bob_______ Larry, wlo is with the Ffth rgival Hospital iv2d Hektel- burg, Gernny, that he was rmmetl "Soldier of the MantA" in :his g_rm.p and has sin)c gne on .f0v rrmre/mctors Sgee.. 4  Tooke is new lmlding that honor in the 31st Medical group. daY Mm. Frence Reeves lind ,a v"i,t from Mr. and Mrs. Preon Patridge, wlo make .home in Tacoma. (Ym Billups is still t lmme with rheumatic fever and is muh imtoved but will have to remain there for sme time yet. He *appreciates the cards and letters he has receivd. Mrs. Gold,a FIendrix Mrs. Gidys Gilmore spert Saturday in Spolane and at- tended the Interstate Fair. By Mrs. Sidney Larson is carffirmd to bed. Mrs. Etta ooda-ler is staying with her. HUB CLUB Last week Hb-club mem- PTO bars, Mrs. IAoyd Lovell, Mrs. The Four Lakes Parent Glen C:alyson, Mrs. Bruce Oli-Teacher Organization met for ver, Mrs. Bernard Klne and its first fall meetirg last Wed- Mrs. Lawrence Sctrmitt attend- nesday, Sept. 15. The c,hdreaa ed She club meetrag at Espan- put on a square dance demon- ,ola. Thursday Mrs. Cecil Stowe strati, on. A film was: shown by held a harvest luncheon for Washington Water Power for the members at her home in entertairment. Severa p r- Spokane. The same member jeers were ,discttssed to raise ,atterded, arid aso Mrs. Cody funds for the year. The final Standerfe. After the lung:h- decision will be moxle at the con they oil toured the new October meei, ng. YWCA building. TOYS FOR TOTS Last Friday Mrs. Oody Stan- derfe,r attended the monthly meeting of the Hra.n,dcaters Guitd at their shop on Ioward and Second. The project this year is dressing dRs for the "Toys for Tots" drive that the Marine Reserve sponsor every year bgore Christmas. Mrs. Jerome Potts is in charge of dressing t'he dolls and the Guild works with her. Weekend visitors at the Cody and Del Standerfer homes were relatives from American Falls, Idaho. Mrs,. Rs Hal,comb, a cousin of Cody Standerfer from Idaho and an aunt, Mrs. Norma Wan- a'maker, from Iowa. 4-H CLUB The Busy Fingers wilt hold its firml meeting .of the year Sept. 28 at 7:30 p. m. at the Orlle Philtipson ha,me. The record books are due and must be brought in as this is the last meeting with their present 'leader, Mrs. Thelma Atkins. Anyone interested in becoming a leader should at- tend this meeting. WEDDING RECEPTION A wedding reception was hem Sunday afternoon at the Claude Pendell home for their son nd wife, Mr. and Mrs John Pendel], who were mar- fled in Ca.i$ornia SeN. 12. A large crowd of htives and friends .atterMed. Those frq Pour Lakes were Mr. and Mrs:. Earl Pendell, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pende/l, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mutko and Mrs. Jessie Sil- Cock. GRANGE AUXILIARY The auxiliary met last Thursday with Mrs. Itobert Reitmeier. Seven members and three visitors were pres- ent. Potluck dinner was held at noon. The ext meeting will be with Mrs. Russell Mace. Mrs. Gretchen Maser has been in the hospital in Spa- SQUARE DANCING : Square dancing instrucon witl begin again at the grange hall Oct. 2, 9:30 to 12:30. Age.s are from fifth grade up. Cy is the inructr. Mrs. Minnie Jones is in St. Lukes hospital a,nd recuperat- ing from a fall .at her ,home Iast week. Mrs. Jones suffer- ed a broken jaw and badly bruised face. Dermis Crooks visited last Friday with his grandparents, Mr. ,and Mrs. C. L. Crooks. He spent the summer as a lookout at Clarks Fork, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox attd family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted ttadon and family, Fred Swan and Mrs:. Mary Wilcox attend- ed the Interstate Fair Sunday Mternoon. Miss Lynn Carpenter froan Olympia and a student nurse at Sacred Heart hospital, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rob- err Scott. A Sunday school convenin was held at the First Baptist church in Spokane last Mon- day and Tuesday. The Rev. and Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Ted Radon, Mrs. Lee Wilcox, Mrs. i Jack Hartford and Mrs. Bert Spear attended scene o,f the sessions. ,Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goodwin and Ricky took Mrs. Alex Stamper to vsit Mr. Stamper last Sunday at the Veterans hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Larson dinner guests: of Mr. and Mrs. Stan,ley Spear last Th, urs- day evev_ing. Saturday evening the Larsorts spent with the Darrell Larsons. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Sol, hid from Chewelah and Mr. and Mrs. Js. Pichel from Regina, Sask. were Monday dinner guests at the Sidney Larstms. Sunday caliers were Mrs. EHen Jarbeau, Mrs. Hannah Nieman and her dauglRer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene He- bert and daughter Sa.ndva, M1 from Spokane. Saturday Ted Radon, Fred Peterson, Delbert Spear, Sam- By Anna Phillip SMALL ATTENDANCE East Cheney grange smM1 attendance at ins last Friday evenin Stelzer thanked the behalf of her dau Delois .Stelzer for sored by the grange Eairest off the Pair Mrs. John M. economics chairman, awarcks from the state for outstanding work. E. C. allso announced Cheney grnge will hen the. Spokane mona grange meets Four Lakes gacge ha.J11 day, Sept. 25 at 10 a. BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. ligs arid John a birthday dinner last or Mrs. Anna Mr. rd Mrs. Joe Jimmie and Jennifer the Spokane fair last Their nephew Steven and Mrs. Celia Kelly panied them. Mr. and Mrs. Troy and family of Sunday guests of Mr. Vern ttarrington and house guests rick and family. livs and Mrs. Anna called on the ttarrin Wednesday. r. and Mrs. Em Mrs. Esther Stelzer and Delaris, Mr. Carence Davis and Mrs Philllips were among who attended the wedding at the nmntty church. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. had their grands,on Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pullman as Sunday, Mr. and ter Phillips artd J(h tNned the Doug Kilo Thornton. my Morgan and Del far mot at the wrked on the grounds it ready for spring grass. Wednesday be the last of such spring. CHENEY SCHOOL DISTRIC 317 D. 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