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Page 6 Cheney Free Bress Friday, October 1, 1965 Medical Lake News ASSEMBLY AT SCHOOOL A former sclool teacher, Westey BlaiT, l Show slides and amrate pivtuTes, castled &apos;Aaska Oalks' at tke grade school assembly Oct. 5 at 1 p. m. at no cost to the sts. The seveh and eighth graders will g .ain be seliag magazines for Cta'tis Publish- ing Ooqpny to oan ne has- ketbal suits, If yo have not been ontaeted and wih to lmlp out you ma  the grade eschool and place your older. loom mothers arid teachers .have a social otr on Oct. 5 at 5':30 in the hbravy to dis- ctms t'lmir represetatin throughout the year. Several PTA members will be atteg the District 5 meLrg at the Umversity high sck0ol OCt. 4. Indivdud school pictures il be taken Tlmrsay, Oct. 7 at tho etementa school. 2here is rm obliagtAon to par- ens but tkey roast purc!hase the p2cttwas if they wsh. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- MeScal Lake fa- vorite ,dsh, green beans, pickes, Ace custalrd pu@dhag and mk. Tuesday -- Proaato pups, sauerkraut or asparagus, let- tuce wedge with 1000 Is%and dressing, apricots ,and milk. Wermsday -- Chili beans vor .bread with butter, cot- tage cheese with pineapple, plras and milk. Thursday -- lVieat loaf, mus, lad mad catsup, Whole kernel (xn, celery sticks, bread nd buer, applesauce rd milk. Friday  Fk sticks, tartar sauce, ,baked potato avid but- tea', bread and butr, spinch, greon grapes arid . OPEN HOUSE SLATED The first meeting of he PTS will begin in tke figh school cafetovium at 7 p. m. Mantlet, Oct. 4. The meeSn then take place at 7:30 with stai members be_g i- ttu)4ueed. The six high shool studen W1o ttertded youth caml dttrilxg the summer will tell of flair experiences. The acu'Ry tea, with Mrs. Van , Mrs. Vau*hn and Ma's. Gotdbeg as co-hastesses, will be hehl in 2m high shol library ,at 3:30 Tlmrsy. The gtmSts will be faculty wvnen ad wives of teachers. "Ie ".high ,school band per- fTm<I t the nterstate Fair on Thumday of last week. The By Katherine Holloway ricers ,are vice-president, Lar- ry Bauman; secretary, Dixie Oliver; treasurer, Dana Sore'n- son and Sgt. at amns wl,1 be be Lorey D,ion and Tom Beal. Jurdor officers are Harold Inman as president; Jan Rob- erts, vice president; Carol Mass, treasurer; and Lefty Lake, Sgt. at arms. he Slhomare cass will have Bruce Thompson for their predert and Ray SulIi,'van as the vice president; Nancy Be]], seere-'y and treasurer and b3rrmst Tayolr as Sgt. at Arms. Officers who hae so ar ac- cepted offices in the freshman chss are Rex Casey as pre'si- .dent; Don Goodie as vice-pres- ident and Patty Fen,ch as sec- retary. Others will be named later. HELP MISSIONARIES The Women's Missionary Council of the Asserrrbty o,f God church, with Mrs. Alice Hillbriek as their president, gave a ph,stic products party in henor of their mission pro- j ect. Fifteen Indies were p'es- ent on Thursday evening to present Rev. and Mrs. Glen Dawrlort arid children with items they might need en their missi, on trip to a foreign field. TEAM EARNS PLAQUE The Dary judging team, urder the direction of Jay Wood, came home with a sec- ond IMace plaque from the In- terste Fair. Members of the team, Ross Jensen, ranked second high in the group and Jim Kun was in eighth pl,ace. Other team members were Jim Jensen and Sam Becher. The livestock tem was composed of Tom Musser, Keith Hodg- son, Mike Carroll, Don Kukuk Waly Labish and Dan Turn- bough. Wa,ly Labish phced 15th high ,out of the group that at- tended the WSU judging day at Pulm,an on Saturday. Of the 32 ern Washinon teams the Medical Lake group placed 14th. Making that trip were Dan Turnb,ough, Jim Jolmson, John Jensen, Dave LiddeE, John Woodward and Mr. Wood. The judgi:ng team will travel to Portland on Oct. 16 to take part in the Livestock Exposi- tion judging. Sei,ars usa,lly make this trip. REBEKAHS TO INITIATE The Rebckah lodge with I)ai, sy Lewis as noble grand, met .Sept. 20 at the lodge hall. New members to be itiated Mrs. Martha Nelson and her daughters of Los Angeles and Mrs. Charles Loughrey of A'I- hambr'a. She  the farmer Mary Miller. They were b.oh foemer residents and active in Medical Lake events. Mr. and Mrs. rvin Imhoff drove to East to visit with frierds. When they left fvr home Mmaday morn- ing, they found snow on the montains. My. and Mrs. C.'ffard Har- mo enjoyed a visit for sev- eral weeks of Mrs. Iarmon's bretler, Melvin tll, of FA Ca- jan, Calif. They hadn't seen each other for five yea. St. Anne's Guild WIN have a fun night on Saturday eve- ning at the eity hall. Every- one is invited to attend. Recent visitors at the Ray Anderso home were Mr. and Mrs. George Klien f Los An- geles and Goldie Weler of Harrington. Marsaba McGuire ceebated her bLrthday this last week- erd with many friends and relatives spending the week- end at the Frank Baker home. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Laird left Saturday after s'penng some time with the Fovrest Clerks and Mrs. Keene. Thei,r home is in Sacramento. Mrs. Keene visited with Farence Reeves one day last week. Mrs. Nellie FarreH is serious- ly M,1 in the Sacred Heart hos- pital after suffering with a hip fracture. She had surgery on Tuesday morning. Mrs. Farrell has made her home with her daughter Mrs. Van tIamble- ton, June, when she came here frown Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. George lahner spent Sunday with the Jess I Higgins family at Loon lmke. ,M. Leona Penrose, Mrs. A:n, rm Malone and Mary Ellen spent the weekend in lichland with Mrs. Malone's sister, Mrs. Lily Meyers. Mrs. Pen- rose rema'med ar a few mre days vsit while the ohers re- turned home Sunday evening. Sndra Danie,lson and Cmdy were Saturday evening sap- per guests of Mabel Sh, oa. Lida Glasgow was a week- end visitor at he home of her graridmother, Mrs. Hugh Gllas- gow. Helen Cyr was hostess to a dinner ,at her home i,n Spo- kane Sunday. Her guests were Mrs. Anna Mm'vay, Mr. Tny Espanola News By Katherine Holloway GRANGE VIEWS SLIDES Twentyfive grangers met on Friday evening to view the sl, ides that were tsken at the Washington State grange ses- sion in June. They were s,lown by Mr. Best. Mrs. Joyee Lab- ish took the fixs and second degrees of the order. The name drawn for the jackpot .was Claude Beatie and not be- ing present, it w'fll be 'lrger next meetmg pAght. Plans are being made for the dinner to be served to the gun club o Sattwday evemrg at the Che- hey city hal. Quite ,a few grangers at- tended the Pomona meeting held at Four Lakes o Satur- day. George Mesere rd Ray Labish took pa in the pro gram with their guitars and singing. They were accmp,an- ied by Betty Labislh n the accordian. Monday evening they will represent Espan,ola grange in the talent hew com- petition held at Moran gage. GRANDCHILD BAPTIZED The five month old d,auffhter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manke of POseD, Alysla Lynn, was baptized Sunday at the Luth- eran church in Medical Lake. Pzstor O,lsen officiated and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kelly of Spokane were her sonsors. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manke of Esp,an- ale and Mr. and Mrs. Edon Howard of Davenport. They were all Sunday :dinner guests at the Kelly home fotocving church. REITMEIERS HAVE A NEW DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reitmeier who are now making their home in Ktamath FMs, are Alapel, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest A: hf, Mr. arid Mrs. Ab Grif- fith, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Swan- son .and Mr. arid Mrs. Irvin Schubert. i Bob Knott arrived at the John Higgins lmme where he will make his lome vchie he finishes high school. He has been in Germany with his pa:- ents this summer. Snday dinner guests at the Claude Mace borne were Mr and Mrs. Arthur Roll of Deer Park a,rd Mrs. Lilian Pder- son o,f Sandpont. Fishing on the Snake river on Sunday ere Ken Bryles, Bill Broles of Edwa mad Del Shaw af Spokane. t{elen Finson arid family and Mrs. Mel Arno,ld took a dve Sundayto the St. osph Shn,e, east of Spokane. two 'Band of the Day' per-at the next meetirg are Mrs. farnarce were the first of the [ kan',ne Iumsky and Mrs. Bev- band.Seh'cl year events for the erly John=son. ,Medical Lake won over FAMILY DA--Y PL'ANNED te River Friday night when  The Medical Lake Oommu- the two footbatl teams met on ity church has panned a am- the ,home fied. Larry. Bauman soared the winning touchdow in Em first qtmrter. Priest Riv- er seared  the d quar- tea'. Otmwelh vASt cerne here on Friday eevng at 8 o'clock r ,a Cofeernve game. The Junior V,asity team will avel to Free, man on Saturday and to East Vaey on Mday. The Iasa team will play Tlursday at Freeman. HOME WEDDING- PLANNED The me ,of Mr. ,aad . I-hod Stuthet vs chosen as the th]g far the wedding of tleir daughter, Shirley Stut- ht, to Ridmrd icowan, son of _r. and Mrs. Edvad Me- Crowa of Ilmrnett, Ida,lo, o the evemrg of Sept. 18. An ray of fa' flowers decorated the riving room. Gladiolas, zin- a,d asters were used with a,oes at the guest tble. Pas- tor Wayne Olsen of the Luth-i er, a,n eh,ureh performed the crerrrony wth rs. Parmeter paylng ,he weddg music. Sixty guests attended. The bride wore an ivory brooke suit arid a veil of white nylon chiffon, She enrvied er white Bible with a  of red roses and waite earnaions attaeh,ed. Her maan of 'he0v, Mrs. @arol Ivlmsong, wore a sheath th'ess of yellow with a pink carrm- Lion crsg. The grooan and his best man, Fe Saunders, were ha Army aia, e. Mrs. Stu.thet, the bride's mothe, wore a daa'k b.ue dress with a pink ct'sage. Mxs. Dal , the bride's sister, served the wdding cake and lmr cuin, Peggy Heing, served the cow'fee and was in clVavge of he uest hook. Serving pinch was 5oyee He- bert. Assisting with wesets were Lida Herrng and Mrs. Gev Stutheit. The eo,ple will make their tmme in Medical Lake while MeGoa is stationed with C Baey at the First Mi 'ssie Bat- tartan. ily SurMay far Oct. i0. The germon will center arotmd the amily nd a christening will be held, that of Pbert e,ry, an of Mr. a'd Mrs. Vincen gleuvy. AT EASTERN STATE The Read&an girls league has resumed its pojegt this year and wi] be at the ,h(wpi- tal .again one day this week. They are .high sehoI girls who carried a lmspital project last year and enjoyed it so much they want o return. Other groups giving ward parties are Beaeon Clapel and the Messiah, St. Luke's and Sa- lem Lutheran churches:. Fur bus loas of patients attended the Interstate Fair hst Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Sun'flay nner guests of the Chrenee Dobbins were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Morse and sot Norrn,a. Mrs. Mavis Strorg ad Mar ion Kerr of Spokane were Wednesday visitors at the Fred Johnson home. On Sunday the Fred Jolmsns and Children were dinner guests of the Bi'll Kua,n family. Mrs. Maude Rohin'san, a for- mer resident of Medical Lake is spe .ding some time with the AI Pleins. Palest A,rk has bee in the Deaconess hospital the past week. V'ting at the Leonard Dieus ,home, due to his lness, is 'his niece, Mrs. Buck Mey- era of Rosemad, Calg., Louise Baker of Council, Ido and Mevna Freeman. Earl Dieus of Twsp Mso visited. Mr. Dieus suffered 'a strke ls Wednes-] day and is c(mfired to his bed, aith a paml, isis of 'his right sde. Dixie Kukuk and Sua ac- companied the Herb Kukuks nd the Los Lemleys to New- rn,a Lake for a Sunday after- noo of boating. Pearl Kirg attended the ] Epic,opal Dioeean Altar CLASS OFFICERS NAMED !GuiM meeing Mond,ay at the Mar Agrmw has been naraedlSt. Jhn's Cathedral in Spa- as president of the senior class kane. Tuesday visitors of Pearl for the coming year. Other of- King and Gen Pedkffo were A future worth saving for Today-his first day at school. 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NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE H@IIU I'lr ,,1 glglil' !lilglWl@| gORrOITION MEDICAL LAKE OFFICE: S. 120 BROAD ST. DON R. WINANS, MANAGER the txarents of a daughter, Jan- na Marie, born Sept. 24. She weight eight pounds and nine and one-haif .ounces and joins two brothers, Ross and Thno- thy at the home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reitmeier ,and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Owers are the grand- pa, rents. Mrs. Edna Reitmeier left Saturday for their h!ome to spend same time with them. BRIEFS The Gordon Hodgsons visit- ed Surday even,irg with the E. C. Hodgsors at Veradale. Moad!ay evening they acco.m- panied the Claude arners to M om,n grange for the talent contest. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McKin- hey of He,len, a, Mont., visited Saturday with the Lloyd Knapps: and their house guest, Ethel Stockton. Snnday callers at the St:an- ley Swansons were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fl, e,ming of Reardan and Los and Cheryl Krupke and Susie Irish. Mr. and Mrs. arnett Boots of Cheney ad the Jerry Lab- ishos were Sunday evenfing vis- itors at the Jo,hn Labi'sh home. Sunday lunch guests at the Oscar Musser home were Mr. ad Mrs. Jay Woods and fam- ily. Thursday the Oscar Mus- cle,s drove to Moscow, idaho for the wedding of Ran Boone ,and E:l.izabeh Summer. Amnada Alberts visited Sat- u rdy with Mrs. Ethel Rowls in Spokane and later she and :Renzil McLain attend,ed the interstate Fair. Snnd!ay vi:sitors at the Bill McGaurin home were Don Lambert asd Dan of Cheey, the Stanley Svcansons and Jim Johnson. Vis:iting with the Otto Mag- nusons afternoo,n were Mrs. Jean Lindquist ef Chat- tarDy and Doris Holzna,gel. Ricky Pickel was an vver- nght guest of the M, oriartys. Mr. and Mrs. Jack P'enh, zlur- ick e,f Moses Lake were week- end riskers. They and the Moriartys visited Sund!ay with the Lee Penh, alluricls in Spo- kane. 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