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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 2, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway HILBERT IN GERMANY Army PFC Barry C. Hilbert, 20, son of Maj. and Mrs. Faye W. Hilbert, Route 1, Medical Lake, was assigned to the 73d Ar in Germany, Sept. 1. Hilbert, hst steationed at Redstone Arsenal, Ala., is now a test equipment repairman in Headquarters Battery of the 73d Artillery's 5th Battalion. He entered the Army in September 1962 and completed bac training at Fort Oral, Calif. Hilbert is a 1962 gaduate of Medical Lake High School. MEDICAL LAKE HOT LUNCH Monday  Medical Lake fav- orite dish, din pickle, green beans with diced bacon, toma- to wedge, pecan toffee pud- ding and milk. Tuesday  Pronto pup, sauerkraut, peanut butter sandwich, apricots ad milk. Wednesday- Chili beans and crackers, lettuce wedge with 1,000 Island dressing, cornbread and butter, fresh prunes and milk. Thursday -- Cream of pota- to soup and crackers, meat sandwich, jello vegetable salad, peanut butter brownies, grapes and milk. Friday -- Fish sucks with tarter sauce, baked potatoes, bread and butter, spinach, pears and milk. CARDINALS MEET CHEWELAH TONIGHT TonigP.t the Cardinals will pay on their home field with Chewelah as guests. The Cox- daires, the girls' marching group under the direcUon of Mrs. Harris, will make their ,first appeorance at kalStLrne. Game time is 8 o'clock. The frosh football team will play its first game of the sea- son Tuesday at Liberty High School. TRYOUTS SET Tryouts for B squad yell leaders will be held this week with 12 girls trying out. They are Dawn Jurgens, Linda Val- entour, PrisciUa McCarson, Janet and Jill Creasma, Di- anne CantbricLge, Janice Quill- ing, Candy Perkins,  Ann Wilson, Teri Long, Rory Den- ton and Ju]ie Erikson. Today will be the last day to get orders in for junior class rin'gs. Janet Kelly arid Nancy ttaase are ,taking the order. The senior class picture com- mittee is meeting with Bur- chett Studies Tuesday and will also meet with Lockwood and Dorian Studios soon to make a selection of the photographers to do the senior pictures. The October Parent Teach- er Society will be held Mon- day with the program being made up of students who went to school-sponsored camps during the summer. FUTURE FARMERS GO TO PULLMAN Five Medical Lake Future Farmers were among 400 boys attending the livestock judg- ing contest at the Wa,fington State University Campus, at Pullman Saturd, ay. Makin,g the trip with Jay Wood and Rus- sell Brown were Don Kukuk, John lessen, Charlie Knott, Sam Belcher and Jim John- son. The clapter sweetheart, Kathleen Adams, also made the trip. During the afternoon they were guests at the University of Wyoming foot- ball game. J. V. TEAM LOSES TO CHENEY The junior varsity team lost to Cheney Monday in a lard- fought game. The score was 6-6 at the ,la and Medical Lake surged ahead in the ird quarter, 12-6, but in the hst 30 seconds of the game, Che- tray's Rasenzeig made a touchcown nd scored the ex- tra point, making the final ore 13-12. Scoring for Medi- cal Lake were Perkins and Wrd. BAPTISMAL Hm.D Nearly 50  attended baptismal services held at the Silver Lake :homes of Ken Broyles and Wtr Klg for Norman Morris, ii BaCt and Jim Stutsman of the Canmtm- ity Church. t CircLe af te COm- murdty otmz met t the Jy Locke home at Geiger Height PERSONAL MENTIONS Visilg  Mrs.  Murray Satur@ay ws A. A. Kuykenall of Riddand. They spent the day fshiag with good luck at Silver Lake. Philip and Sloven Murray ac- comlnied them. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sunder- land of Cheney visited ,tth Florence Reeves Sunday. They took ,a drive to Rerda to visit with Mrs. Charles Brooks. Ward Kapan cebrad his 5th birthday Monday with a party at ls home. Stiller, Barbie Finsan, Brian] Thomas, Kathleen and Carolyn Willms and Ed, B ad Susan Rouse. Mr. and Mrs. H. Wilkes spent the past week vacation- ing at Reo, Carson City, Vir- ginia City and Lake Tho. Sunday evening visitors at the Claude Garner home were Mr. and Ms. ack Bench and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pickette of Spokane. : Mrs. Fred Fairchild and Debbie arrived Stmchy from Calkforaia to spend the win- ter with Mrs. Anna Malone. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Laird and daughter visited Friday and Saturday at Potlatch with the Ken 0ueeaer family. Mr. and Mrs. loy Keene en- tertained at Sunday dinner hor, oring Mr. and Mrs. Nor- man Moreland, newcomers in Medical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Jolley of hhrtline were overnight guests on Sunday of the Cbatie Jol- leys. The Fred Johnsons and Jim Kuhn spent Sunday vi, siting with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lam- bright at Amber. Visiting with Doug Johhson during the day was Billy Kuhn and Floyd. Arp. Mrs. Fleta Denton is home after spendirg three weeks with Mrs. Eunice Lyons in Benton. Mrs. Margaret Ketehner is in the Deaconess Hospital, scheduled to have surgery on Monday. She would appreciate hearing from her friends. Hilda Marr and his son, Har- vey, of Manmouth, Ore., spet a few days tls past week with their uncle and brothers, John and Clarence Henning and families. They also visited with Carl Henning in Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mel- ius in Greenacres. Mrs. Charlotte Schubert of Long Beach, Calif., spent two weeks here v'L.iting Mr. and Airs. Irvin Schubert. Mrs. Ruth Dudley of Walla Walla was a house guest of Mrs. Pearl King last week. On Friday they visited with Mrs. Minnie Harwood in Spokane. Mrs. Harwood just recently celebrated her 102nd birthday with an open house in Mecl Lake. Mrs. Mamie Parmeter was honored fllonday evening at the St. Timothy's potluck sup- per at City Hall. Mrs. Parmet- or, who has been the church musician at the Episcopal church as well as the C,om- murity church, had her 82nd birthday on Monday. i Mrs. Barbara Bacon returned home from the hospital Mon- day after having surgery the week before. Coming from Se- attle to spend some time with her were Mr. :and Mrs. William Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. Jo,hn Ball re- turned home Thursday .after a vacation ,at Beverly Beach and with the William alloways at hdependence, Ore. Sunday visitors at the Claude Beattie home were the Iierb Gisselbergs of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. To,rkel Torkel- son of Banners Ferry visited last week with the Ab Grff- fiths. Relatives of the Del Keene family, who live near Santa Barbara, Calif., where the re- cent disastrous fire burned re,any homes, report the Keenes had evacuated their home but were able to move in again 1,ater as the fire wa,s con- trlled. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Borde ef Edgerton, Wis., arrived Sund, ay to spend the week with the William Carls. Mr. aml Mrs. Miles Brene- man and Mrs. Scrflra Brene- man drove to the coast last weekend and attended "the Puyallup fair. Jh,ck McKown is resting well at Deaconess Hospital after suffering a heart attack a week ago Tuesdy. LAKELAND VILLAGE Another pleasaut summer as passed with each Lake- land Village esident aving had a portumty to partiCi- pate in a wide variety o ac- t and ent on campus and off earning. The summer recreation workers supervised 3,385 ch-  at the swimmi pool 161 tdhildve ca the meey- ground, 1,938 ehildm o 'boat rides on Clear Lake, 11,- 760 chidtren ,in games, hikes ad weier rees, aI 15,485 chiIdroa in bus rides bout the countryside. Pafic Ckst League base- bah games in Solm,ne were attended ,by over 1,000 loyal rooters from I_,keland V.'ffige. The D'm.mOnd Spur Rodeo and the hthnd Empire Fair were also attended by several hun- dred. At the fair, the Lakelmd Vilhge boys arid girls 4-H en- tries were awarded 197 blue red and Bill from his garden and was awarded a total of 42 ribbons (20 blue, 15 red ard 7 white) ,hich in turn earned him a special award or the greatest number of blue ribbons and also the Frank Funkimuser Award that is given, to the in- dividual with the greatest mm- bee ,of points earned in open competition in the youth di- vision of the fair. The Lake- lnd Village disphy booth also merited a blue ribbon, for the qtality and general public appeal of the vvera sphy. The Scouting, Camp Fire Girls ,and 4-H programs turned toward outdoor activities with the advent of school recess and less inclement weather. Overnight and weekend camp- outs were held a,t Lakehnd Vil- lage's camp at Cle,ar Lake a'nd 18 Scouts also ,had one weel( of camping at Diamond Lake in July. At Diamoud Lake, Scoutmas- ter Gene Smith and Scouts James Cronn and John Cawrse qualified and were initiated into the Order of the Arrov. Danny McDaniels arid Bob Chrlstensen qualified as Scout lifeguards. T,he reqements for this award are most diffi- cult and must be approved by a special selected counselor. Scouts McDaets, Christen- sen and Cawrse received bad- ges and cards for the 's mile. Scouts McDanie, hris- tensen, Cawrse and Cronn ,re- ceived National Association pro-marks:nanship certificates by qualifying o the indoor rifle range. Four Scouts each earned four merit badges (in s4mming, rowing, oneering, and canoeing); one Scout earned three of the badges ad one earned the camping badge. All :applicaons for the 32 merit badges and special awards earned at Damond Lake were approved by special camp counselors. Attending this camp gave the boys an op- portunity to qualify for some merit badges that wouM be impossible to earn at Lakeland Village. One special Scouting inter- est was the compleion of a 50 mile hike by six boys of Troop 174. I)arrold Casch, John Cawrse, James Crorm, Kent Gorhams, Robert Rockwell and Mike Troxel!, with Scoutmaster Gone Smith, made the hike. This event also qualifies the Scouts for special recognition. WORKSHOP HELD The fouTth :annual summer workhou for teachers in special education was held in June and July with 24 public school teachers and adminis- trators attending from Was:h- ington, Oregon, Canada, Calif- ornia, Idaho and South Dako- ta. Director of the workshop was again Mrs. Louise Hyatt, director of special education, Bend, Ore., public schools. Five WICHE (Western In,ter- state Commission for Higher Education) stude,nts spent a profitable six weeks at Lake- land Village during the middle of the summer gaining practi- cal experience in this type of institutional work. Once again provisions were made for a group of children en the waiting fist to spend :one month in temporary resi- dence at Lakeland Village. A total of 25 children were in- valved in this program at Ce- dar, Adams, DoJglas, Bryan and Jefferson hans. Conferences, conventions and committee meetings were attended throughout the state by several staff members of Lakelard Village. Five attend- ed seven conferences relating to the "Governor's Menal Heath and Mental Retard,arian Planning Committee." Appoin- tees to the important state "task forces," which are sub- committees of the overall plan- nirrg committee, ilude Dr. E. It. Wyborney, medicine; Leon- ard g and Mrs. Hazel Stap- les, education, and E. H. Galns, social vork. Long a,ko been ppointed to the "Imterde@artmenta3 Committee on Mer.lly Ig  e/$ally Retarded Persons." The ammad WARC corwe- tn t Everett was atteoedi by six staff members f,roml Lakeland Village. The annual Convention of Region 1, American Associa- tion of Metal ency, wl be held at the Davnx)rt Ho- tel today and tomorrow. An outstanding group of state al aflonai authoities in the field of mental deficiency will p:resen papers on a wide var- iety of topics. The pttbBe is in- vited to attend 'any or M1 of the sessions. Insects hitting the w i n d- shield of the car can red,ice visibifity corsiderbly if al- lowed to accumulate. Wipe off bugs with a piece of dripping wet silk, nylon or rayo kept in a while FROM THE PAST I Medical Lake 1934 J Eigh,ty-four votes were east[ in the siz mill tax election Tuesday. Seventy-eight voted l for the six mills. Mrs. Emma Barthelomev was elected president of the Home Economics club. Other officers are Christine Croswe]l, vice president; Mrs. M. E. Hen- rickson, treasurer and Emma Jerue, secretary. Funeral services were ,held Saturday for Mrs. George L. (Annis) Meyer, who passed away at her ikome eight miles south of Medical Lake follow- ing a lingeng illness of heart trouble. She is survived by her husband and one son, Bert, both at the .heine. Lee Waller has taken over W'alters garage. James Strohm has charge of Wolfer's service sation and garage at Four Lakes. O. E. Schafer returned from an extended rip the. ough the eastern states. Medical Lake- 1944 The birthdays of Aunt Min- nie thrwood and Mrs. Edith Wilkes were celebrated by the Rebekah lodge Mon4ay eve- ning. Daisy Lewis and Maude Pillard prepared the cakes. Mrs. Anna Draper of Moscow was a gu,t. Mr. and Mrs: C. W. Cross of Sprmgdale, Ore., were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Bartelt. Lyle Fuson was called to Spokane by the serious illness of his grandmother, Mrs. Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fait moved Tuesday into the home they recently purchased from Eleanor Englebrecht. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Fuller, Mrs. Parl Hill, Mrs. Ben Mor- gan, Mrs. L. A. Tesch and Mrs. Alton Pillard attended Mag- nolia chapter, OES at Mllwood Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Banks (Polly Kirchfer)of Sprague are parents of a baby born last week. Medical Lake- 1954 John C. Hill was elected Jus- tice of the Peace for the town of Medical Lake. More than 100 parents and teachers attended the PTA pot- luck dinner Sept. 18. Si Par- meter, new president, had clarge of the meeting. Mr. Huff, new stperintendent, ex- plained the bond issue for the proposed new muti-purpose room. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beattie became grandparents Sept. 18 with the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Janssen of Okanogan. Mrs. Janssen is the former Bonnie Beattie. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kukuk " i People, Spots In The News WAH, WAH, cries quartet of polar bears in Paris zoo pool as heat wave gripped French capital. "OTHER WORLD of Wins- ton Churchill" will be Hall- mark Hall of Fame TV special Nov. 30, his 90th birthday, on his work as art- list. 7 FEET 4z inches was thisworld record broad jump by Ralph Boston of Nashville, Tenm, at final Olympic trials. IN CONTRAST to the polar bears above, these sedate penguins at Paris zoo found it easier to take the sun- shine than lukewarm water in heat wave. Espenola News By Katherine Holl'oway Gerald W. Meserve, airman apprentice, USN, s'on of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Meserve of Route l, Espanola, recently graduated from the avi,ation m e c h a n i c a 1 fundamentals school at the Naval air techni- cal training center, Memvhis, Tenn. GRANGE HAS GOOD TURNOUT Thirty grange members and one visitor were present Fri- day evening .to see sdes o,f the Ed Bests' trip to Iowa. Mrs. and Dennis returned Sunday ing the week they moved from from Fort Lewis, where Mr. i Amanda Albert's te,ant house Kukuk had gone to receive his to the Wylie Brown farm near discharge from the army. Dur- Four Lakes. Ruth Dudley of Walls Walls, a former resident, was the vis- itor. Slides of the Interstate Fair and the Espanola booth were also enjoyed. Pl,ans were made to help with the barn! raising at the Rosernaus tbSs  week. Elsie Pehrson's name was drawn on the program, but she was not present to col- lect. Monday evening, Mr. n,d Mrs. Garner attended Pomo- na boo,ter rdght at Moran grange. Amanda A}ber'ts ac- companied them and alI three recaived their 40 year pins. HANDCRAFTS TO BE SHOWN Women of the auxiliary, led by president Irene Rose,nau, held their September meeting at the home of Mrs. Claude Garner Wednesday. Mrs. H,arry Bowers was co-hosess. Sixteen were present, in, clu, ding guests, .h's. Catheri'ne son ,and Mrs. Mae Sa,er. Plans for a rummage to be held soon, cussed. On Oct. 26 from until 2:30 the Spokane Itomemakers Club will fall festival .at the building in Spokane. TheY atso celebrate theh" 50th n(iversary as an extension vice. Each club wi several items far the Everyone  welcome are asked to bring a hmc:h. Coifee will be Mr. and Mrs. Oscar meier were Sunday dinner guests of ,the meiers at Medical Lake. Mrs. Evelyn W,i .lms with Ch,arlie and Anm'e er Thursday near The A1 Wfllms and Willms and girls thrrington Lions club cue Saturday. Sunday guests at the Willms Marvin Wil'lms. The Vic ers were evening guests Harrington. Lavina Swanson of was a Thursday evenin'g or at the Bill Mcorins. McGourins spent the at Missu!a with Dr. ]a`rl Pruyns. Wednesday visitors a Johnson-Holloway home Mrs. Neta Stark of arilla and Mary ,and Eleanor Morgan kane. Carl Johnson weekend fishing at eille with the K, sons. Mr. and Mrs. Frank attended a birthday Wednesday evening in of Neta Rogers at e of the Dee Ablemans. O day the Selfridges Spokane with Mrs. tIowry and amily the Joe Waggoners. Julia Pebrson for the teachers at tral High School morning. On gan her classes at Thursday e:ve: ,n'g wih the Clark Coles col Lake. On Saturda ing the Pehrsons smorgasbord at the Latter Saints church. On drove to Pulhnan to postmasters mee,tig Compton Union the WSU campus. TheY dinner guests of the Brantley family in the Sunday dinner Gary Webleys were Mrs. Ralmh Webley o City. lrs. Sarah makes her home Shof, suffered a strok day and is resting in the present. Sunday evening the John Labish home Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Cheney. Check the want advs. each week' Yea00 most talked-about '65 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan '65 Chevrolet lmpolo It's '65's biggest, most beautiful change. There's strik- ride with a new Full Coil suspension system. Fact is, ing new styling. New length, width and lowness. A if you overlook just one thing you can easily convince roomier new Body by Fisher housing an interior :?ourself you're onto a big expensive car here. that's a knockout. And a more serene Jet-smooth And that thing is its Chevrolet price. 00air There's never been anything like it from either side And a higher powered range of ensinee-wtth-  of the Atlantic. There's new thin-line hardtop styling 180 hp available in the top-of-the-line Corlm& ! for all closed models. 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