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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, September 25, 1964 ? Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway CARDINALS WIN FIRST CONFERENCE GAME The Medical Lake Cardinals scored three touehdee, vns to beat East Valley Friday eve- ning 19-0. Mike Shane made the first touchdown with a 15-yard run ,and kicked the extra point in the first quarter. In the .third quarter he again went 10 yards for -nother touchdown, but the kick failed. In the last quarter Carl IAg- gins went for a touchdown from 11 yards out, but missed the extra point. The Cardinals played an outstanding defen- sive game, with East Valley crosshg midfield only three times in the game. A1 Werlz recovered four trembles and Toby Mayfield had three to his credit. The lineup for Medical Lake this season is: left end, A1 Wertz; lft uekle, Ev Simon- eaux; left guard, Irv Coulter; left halfback, Mike Sankte; right .halfback, Carl IAggins; full*back, Jim Bauman; quar- terback, Bob Bell; right tackle, Craig Grub; right guard, Jim Emerson; right end, Ed Cam- bridge, and center, Bill SUm- son. The Cardinals witl meet Che- welah here on Oct. 2 at 8 p. m. for their next game, as there is a bye this week. The junior varsity hasn't played this week but has a game scheduled Monday at Cheney at 3':30 p. m. QUEEN CHOSEN Dianne Von Lahe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loron Von Lehe, was Chosen Harvest Ball queen at the mnual FFA dance Saturday evening. Pat Darrow ws the frst runner up and Bonnie Kemmdy was second runner up. Escorts for the queen can- didates were John Jonson, John Woodvcard and Wanly Labish. Toby Mayield, Medical Lake chapter president, was master of ceremo_ies with live music by Rich Laws' band. Cider and cake were served by the chap- ter. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Laren Von Ihe, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reitmeier, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hodgson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Winans, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kukuk, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kyle, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harric and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wood. CHAMBER MEETS The Medical Lake Chamber ,of Commerce met Tuesday eve- ning with quite a nmber of guests presen..Mr. Baug.h of the Spokane County United Crusade spoke and showed slides concerning the work that wirl be undertaken by the CC here, under the chairman- ship of Erroll English. Don Ti,tus, service center su- perintendent .of the Gemral telephone company at Daven- port, spoke and offered a pro- gram for the November meet- ing. The October meeting will be ladies's night, to be held at the Pine Shed at 8 p. m., Oct. 22. Young people who spoke were Sally Stimson and Born vie Kennedy, who atended the song and cheer leader camps ,at Ellensburg during the sum- mer montlis. Vickie Menden- ball, who ttended Ivergreen Girls State, and Mike Shankle and Carl Liggins, who attend- ed Boys' State Butch Denton, associated student body president, spoke on the leadeship camp he at- tended at Twi:now Their trips were sponsored by the PTS officers wives and the CC. Guests were Mr. Keene, Arma Mun:ay, Rev. Winn Hub- bard and Clea,tis Key, a new member. ADVANCE NIGHT HELD Loyal Chapter of OES held Advartce Night Sept. 14 with Mr. and Mrs. William Durfee, worthy matron and worthy patron, presiding. Advancing ee were Mr. arm Mrs. M.Rd'on IVhnning, the associate matron and patnm, Mrs. Alice Hinkley and Mrs. Ethel Cummings. Over 100 guests ate at tables beautful- ly decorated with an outdoor metier. The associate maon ad patrons of the l.and Fan- pire sang music a,pgropriate for the occasion. OFFICERS ELECTED Senior officers ate: presi- dent, Carl Liggins; vice preP- den. Bill Stimson; seeretry, Vicki Mendenhatl; treasurer, A1 Wertz, and sergeant at arms, Ed Cnmbridge and Esther Lig- president, Teresa Brewer, sec- retary, Tracy Birdsey, treas- urer, and Terry To,rant, ser- geant ,at arms Freshmen officers are Jan- ice Wertz, presindent; I)aw Jergins; ice president, Vicki Cameron, secretary, Susanne Agnew, treasurer, and Clar- ence Glen, sergeant at arms. SCHOOL NEWS The junior class met Thurs- day with Date Quincy of the Ierffdones comp=ny to select the style of the class ring. Or- dering may be done urttil Oct. 2. The student council met Thursday to begin making plan.s for the 1964 ,h(nnecom- :lag activities. PTS executive board met Wednesday in the Mgh school office. I The October meeting will be held Oct. 5 with students who attended summer camps pro- strating the program. The senior chss met yes- terday to discuss ideas for a class gift to the school and to select :studios to be invited to bid for seniar pictures this year. GRADE SCHOOL NEWS Th new school nurse to re- place Mrs. lopp w:fll be Mrs. Ann Ronkowski. There also will Jbe a speech therapist from the county area ,at the school eac,h Monday morning. She is Mrs. Lyrm Larrigan. Pro-school will meet Oct. 1 at the elementary schoc4 at 7.45 with MAss Margaret AHen speaking. She is a kindergar- :en teacher at Cheney. She will talk of problems, rr encotmtered by the kindergarten teacher with the child, .h,ov to lrepare a cd for kdergarten, what they learn and how the par- ents may help maintain inter- est at the 'home. Rita Imler is president ,of this ,group, Sue Strom, vice president, mad De- Area Heath, seeretary4reasur- er. Committee heads are as fol- lows: Fern Roark, memher- ship; Geri Whim,er, egislative; Sharon LeMaster, hospitah'ty; Sue Strom, pubiity; Audrey Debb, food; Vi Lynch, budget and finance; Bahetta Ralph, telephone; Sharon Bates, his- torian, and Ktie Wy ,na, cal- enders. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- Cream chfipped beef .on toast cubes, buttered green peas, cheese wedge, grapes and milk. Tuesday -- Spanish rice, let- tuce wedge, osa.nd Ishnd dressing, bread and butter, fruit jeHo and milk. Thursday -- Tomavo ree soup, crackers, egg salad sand- wiches, celery ,sticks, peach upside down cake and milk. Friday -- Macaroni and cheese, relish tray, jelly sand- wiches, aprieoLs and milk. AT THE CHURCHES Harvest game mght WIU be held at the city hal on Oct. 3 at 7:30 p. m. by St. Anne's church, with prizes and re-i freshments for all. Women of the Community church will meet Oct. 16 at the home of Pearl Huff, with Mrs. Billups as co-hostess. St. Timothy's Episcopal c!mrch will h'old a potluck at 6:30 Mnday 'a the city 'hall. Everyone is welcome. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Merle Bacon is in St. Luke's hospdtal, ,having had surgery last Friday. Dormld Stites also had sur- gery on hs eyes last Wednes- day at the Veteran's Hospital in Portland. He expects to ,be i h,ome this week. Mrs. Stites !a,nd Mr. and .Mrs. Richard A- kins,ln,' their hotme guests, and i Geraldine of Denver dove to Portland last week- end to visit Stites. Tony Appel has retund from a week's visit to Seattle, ? t "4 enatchee and COnneli to visit relatives. Mrs. Bill Brown and chil- dren of Spokane spent the weekend at the .home of Mrs. Sam Pa-own. Bob Brown lgt Tuesday for two months of: IBM schooling at Poug.h- kepsie, N. Y. ,Mlva Fuller spent the week. end in Presser visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rogers and Mr and Mrs. Ron Rogers of Kelso and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Grambo of Rufus, Ore, joined her. Sunday d&mer guests of the Clarence Moores of Hayford we're the Fred Joknsons and the Frank Kings. Mrs. Pearl i Brederlck of Deer Park spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Porter and Valdeana. While there they attended a reception or the worthy grand matron of British Columbia at Rossland, B. C. Mrs. Lester Griggs of Co- lumbus, Go., arrived Monday to spend several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Marion King. Sunday dinner guest.s of the Claude Beatties were the Mar-] vin Wils. The Bob Kirks l were afternoon visitors On Thursday evening, Kathearine Holloway and Nira were vis- itors. Mr. and Mrs. Walter John son drove to Sun Lakes Park last week o vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Reynolds of Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehr- gott and Bobby, accomparded by Mr. and Mrs. Walter John- son, attended the Pendleteon Roundup Saturday. Dan Wynia stopped over on a routine flight to Spokane and visitcl with he Don Wyn- ins from Sunday until Tuesday. ,Rev. and Mrs. Clifton Keene of Turlock, Calif., visited the past week in the area. A fam- ily dinner yeas held Sunday at the Forest Ctark home with the Ken Queener family and the Roy Keenes lrese. On V:ednesday the Rgy Keenes and the Clifton Keenes drove to Wermtchee to visit wR, h Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tlornton and family and with Mrs. Eleanor Peter They returned home by St. Josephs Dam and Coulee Dam. On Friday they were honored with a dinner at the Shadle Ce,ter, with guests be- ing the Joyce Keenes, the Roy Keenes 'and Mrs. Elza Powers. The Clifton Keenes were Sat- urday dinner guests of the Jree Keenes in Spokane. On Sunday they and the Roy Keenes drove to Potlatch t visi with *he Ken Queener family. Ttmy left for their home on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawenee Morse were weekened guests of the Art Ratphs at their um- mer home on Lake Chelan. New people in the commun- ity are from Flagstaff. Ariz. They are Harley and Barbara Hontz and their .three child- ren. He is employed by the Roy Keenes. Ms. Ftarence Reeves spent some time Mst week with Mrs. Della Brooks ,a.nd family in Reardan. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dawson and Mr. Plie drove to West- part last Monday for a few days of fishing. They retu,rn- ed home Thursday and Mr. Plein reported salmon fishing was very good. As a result, the PIeins were hosts to a sal-: men 'dinner Saturday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thomp- son arid David nd Gait Stal- ing of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Gall Meyers of Richland spent the weekend with Mrs. Anna Malone. On Monday they took a trip to Coulee Dam Mrs Penrose ac- companied them CARD OF THANKS Mr and Mrs Arl4e Brtett wish to thank their friends and neighbors for the joyful time ,at the 50th a,rmdvesary open house, s25 e FROM THE PAST Medical Lake- 1924 Miss Roberta McCorkeli of Medical Lake received the S. W. Webb & son scholarship aard at the close of summer session of the Normal school. Medical Lake 1934 Miss Ruth Newman and Don McCombs were married Friday at Wenatchee. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. W. R. Bar. tholomew. L. R. Colhns, supervisor at the hospital annex, '.has pr- chased the home of Miss Thee Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Vu,gn have moved into the home they recently purchased from W. A. King. Mildred Tttmmonds, di- rector of music et the Custo- dial sImol, and Adrian J. De- Bruyne were unRed in nmr- riage Sunday at the Cathedral of St. John he Evangelist with the very Rev. (Yeas. E. McA1- Rster performing the rites. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barge- we'll 'hwe moved to Oakesdale, where he, will teach. Mr. and ,Mrs. J. L. Fox hve moved into their new home, wlfich was recently completed at Eastern state hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Burke moved ino the Luders house vacated by the Fox family. Espanola News Penhalluricks of Moses Lake. On Wedimsday Mrs. An'ita McGourin was a lunchleon By Katherine Holl'oway guest of Mrs. Nell Christian in KUHNS HAVE SON Spokane. Friday supper guests Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ku, are at .the McGourins were the parents of a son, Joseph Ed- Don Lamberts of Cheney. The ward, born Sept. 15 at Deacon- PcGourins were Sunday din ess hspital. He weighed nine ncr guests '.at the Lamberts. pounds, eight ounces and joins Gary Mann accompanied his four brothers at the home. uncle, George Morro, to the Interstate air Sunday. After- AT SPOKANE noon visitors were the Jack Larry Hedgson enrolled in Cogswells. the Spokane Community Col- ---- lcge Monday. FIRST TRY AT FAIR BOOTH The Espanola grangers are PERSONAL MENTIONS proud of their first efforts at Wednesday dinner guests at contructin,g a booth at the the A1 Willms home were Char-Interstate Fair in many, mrany ' a a h'e and Annie Pl9cker, Gaff! ye rs. Amand Alberts recalls Kirk and girls and Sly Wfllms working or, a booth committee and girls. Bob Kirk joined about 41 years ago with them for the weekend. Charles Edwall and Jess,e George Summerson. It was QUEEN CHOSENDianne Von Lehe. ,:enter, was Harvest Ball queen at the annual FFA dance Saturday Bonnie Kennedy, left, was first runner up and Pat right, was second runner up. NEWS IN BRIEF their second try arid they M. , a .. ..... i brought home the first place rs: :.,.=, ,;m. cth,,? I ribbon. The base of that hooch panmc Mr. 'ano lvtrs looert , ......... " . ., [was done an kernats of gram. tee or .'weatcal ,.eKe to tne lsho w m'maer Kele- re Errol Sanders home at Priest]marke d that it was th ^ first Lake to visit with Mrs San, time he had seen -vn  used ders, vho a= xll.. ..... [in .this manner. Now it is used mr. ,aoo mr.s. nowara w.m-lwidely in the booths, with lares ,anti iamtty were undlay " me -f *e-- ^ ..... '--- "   bll 111 IIIU' U[J llllL dnner guests at the J,ohn Wil- entirely of ralns Items home in Davenlart " " : , .......... I The center ,of this year s ds- !rs. eve vi.arsalt, a s.u- j play was a our-tiered annOyer- cent umvermty o m.a-lsary cake for the 75th year of no, VlSl, ted wln nor cousun , .,.^ C.a._  ..... .. ... Mrs Elh Knpp, over the ; . l Jean McMJllan, she used the. we eKena; .. I grange motto, "In Essend ivlrs..uma ivmrr.a.y was at__Unity; In Union Essenials- Sunday afternoon vtstor a the [ Liberty, and In All Thinlgs-- Mel Arnold home Charity" as decoration. Esta Visitors 'at the ErMe Mariar- perpetua, latin for "Let It Live ty home last week were Mrs. Forever," and the birthdate of Roberta Mauer and family and the grange also were on the Mrs. Lordtta Kaplan and Ward cake, on a turn-table built by Mrs. Moria,rty and children vis- Mrs. HollingsSmad. ited with the Raliah Pickels Twenty napkixts, tel.ring the and the P&chard Milers. Mr. symbols of the grartge, sur- and Mrs. Jack Perhallurick of rounded the centerpiece. Moses Lake were Saturday sup- FruiCs, vegetables arrd grains per guests limned the outside of the table. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Retmei- Carpenters for the booth were er ,and Sandy .attended the par- Claude Garner and Ctarence end' meeting and the presi- Henning, with the Gordon (thers have expressed dent's reception at Eastern Hodgsons on the disantg Examinations For Congressman, Hora Washington State College SUn-crew" Many of the grange day afternoon. Sandy is on-; all those boys members helped with collect- a -- ,  = lled thee. Sunday evening, ing items and assembling them [! ested and eligible ., , Aca0emles glafln__ o ente.ring in the Reitmeiers visited with the or the Doeth. Ednia Rei,, [ . Harold Stutheit family in Med- him without dlay, mcturer, feels zt a project  , ical Lake. Pet Selfridge attended the W,dh,ha..,w,. ,,,"n -,,o" * i n ouncedCngresmantoday Walt Iorantlat the civilan" ricePlicatianSby Sept.shuld28. be again see a booth entered by service quMifying examin,ati, on addition to his meetiRg of the county fall fes- Espan, oh in the coming years, for boys from the Fifth Dibrict rine Academy tival at the court house in Spo- Tonight grange Will take up wlo ,are interested in attend- Corgressman Heron kane ,on last Monday. The fes- after summer vaetion Every- lag the U. S. Military, Naval, inate four young tiv.'al ,is planned for Oct. 26. one is asked to bring a sack Air Force or Merchant Marine the lV[flitary On Saturda they accomparded hmeh. Booster Nigh will be Academy has been set fr Sat- each to the Naval the Bill Broyles of Edwall to the hst meeting in Oc,tober. urday, Oct. 31, 1964. Farce Academies. the Stanford-WSU football On Oct. 2 the Claude Garners Heron says authorizations to game in Spokane. Sunday vis- and Amanda Alberts will go to take this cxaminaU'on, the re- itors were Mx. and Mrs. Hay- Moran Prairie, where Spokane s,ults of which will determine den McKee of Martsfield. Week- County Pomona will hold his nominations to these acafl- end guests were Mr. and Mrs. Booster Night. All three will emies, will be sent to all boys Jack Pemhallriek of Moses be presented with their 40- who have submitted their ap- Lake. John Musser teft Sunday for year pins. plications to him. Hvran says Pullman, where he will attend u the classified columns. 0 'er 30 boys have al,ready sent Washington State Universi:y. him ,applications and many ,Mr. and Mrs. John Lesser of Moses Lake spent ,the weekend a the Car3." Webley ome. Mrs. A. R. Strnons aad Rus- sell Simons of To ,nsket were overrght guest Saturday at the home of Minnie and Dave Peterson. Julia Pehrson is doirg her September teaching exper- ience at Colmstock Elemen- tary School in Spokane. Mrs. Otto Magnson is h, ome from the hospital and her stay in Spokane. Visiting ,her Sun- day were Mr arr'd .Mrs. Edwin Franseen of Grants Pass, Ore., and Mrs. Belle Franseen of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Art Lundberg of San Francisco were Thurs- day visitors ,at the Loren Von Lehe home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Strieff and family of Cheney were Sat- urday visitors ,at the Carl $ohn- son home, as were the Jack mother, Mrs. Mary Minnerly. Medical Lake -- 1944 Ms. Harry Watson emtertaln- ed at a party honoing Rose- mary s birthday. Present were Helen Schafer, Gloria Fuller, Elvira Phillips, Marilyn Mul- lenix, Ruth Gi,lbert, Aleta Mich- ael, Jean Arthur, Dorothy Van Brunt and Rosemary Watson. The Community club met at the home .of Mrs. Hervick with the following present: Mmes. Fishback, C)ark, Hendricksen, Baldwin, Watson, Olsou; Ap- gar, DeChenne, Rice, Herrick, Lowery, Ames and J ,mson. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Greene have sold their lmme to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Chambers .and have 'moved .to Sesttle. Pfc. and Mrs. Beton are parents of a boy .lmrn at the Galerm h,pital Sept. 6. It's always there! Medical Lake  1954 Diane WyPAa, Beth Rolen, and Russell Riddell were se- Instant elect,ci makes life household and business needS. lected as yel. leaders by the happier and easier for you. It's We and the more than 300 other student body. investor-owned electric light and Marlene Sims was clma ed- always there, at the flip of a itor for the first semester and switch or the turn of a dial--you power companies across the Peggy Christen,sen and Aletha Kress, assisCant editors, for the never have to think about itl country are planning and build- high school paper, The Cardha- Our people are always on the ing ahead to make sure that elec-, el. Job to provide this instant, de- tdclty always remains plentiful Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Germs are parents of a boy, born pendable service for all your in supply and low in price. Sept. 12. The babY was tamed ESPANOLA.ENTRYThis booth was entered in Interstate Fair by Espanola Grange. It was the first the grange in many years. The center of the booth four-tiered anniversary cake, noting the 75th anniversarY' State Grange. girs;,, ,4, ,r- ave', several days with the John- Mrs. Pearl King o Seattle Lawrence A1Mn. ...... ..................... Mr arid Mrs l[>oy tsavoer Kieh Laws, presiderd; Janet J sons. The Kenneth Petersousivasated her parcats, Mr. and . Kelly, vice pre.sident; Lorraine land thie Bo Hm2sels, IV.bel M. T. W,..Pe21igolt " .....  h?ve purchased the Bob Oau-  ==..== ..==-...=.------u Zlln .cetr arv-, IAnd*a Geore._= I ttansei anct mma o neney vas. triCK . ,,,_. .... ,, -,**,--v,,,- x.t WATER . -----,-- - ,, ....  __.__:__ r_.__ an. -n a,ro J-m  Gruer or Tne attrea v,,,,,,. ,,ve .= ....... ........ i--... .=r.--=....----.... treasurer; John Jensen, ser-lnem unoay evemug. --.:,,, .., ..... . --'2 ....... eir new me "%-%(mf== >" geant at arms J they visited with the Ball .Spo:a:ne ere gues or elr. movoc lO m-; ,,7_ .... k,_ \\; \\;'[l / // tel--.t.:- ----J al==--.--I Gas Service " KuLms parents, Mr ant vtrs ames "g . From th sophomore class, ' " , " " worked on the 1" /letta Taylor was selected as I The William Durfees and J Grnber Sr. They were eafled[and..arl Grub _ . I  president( Jim Buman, -vice I son Tom visited in ColviUe for i by the death of their gran- emctmn oard aesoay. " j