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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 9, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Hellway CARDINALS LOSE TO CHEWELAH Coach Conners says his boys played a good defensive game Friday eveng when tley met Chewelah. The score was 0-0 in the first quarter. Then, in the second quarter, they made a 47-yard touchdown run that was called back. Chewelah completed a 65- yard pass, but missed the poinL Medical Lake picked up 75 yards in permlties. In the t%ir:, d quarter, on tke 6 minute mark, the Cdinals recovered a fum- ble on the 35-yard line. They marched to the 80-ya&apos;d line, but didn't score. AI Wertz scored on a pass from Bell. Murray atempted the extra point but it was blocked. Then Chewehh scored a touchdown and with the era point the score w,s 13-7. The Cardirals went 89 yards to score, btit the point msed to make it 13-12. The Cardin'als will meet Ephrata Friday evening in a chair. non-conference game. The next conference ,game will ,be Col- ADULT CLASS GETS UNDERWAY ville on Oct. 16. Nearly 30 .persons have en- SOCIAL CLUB MEETS roiled in the adult education Rebekah social club met class, started on Tuesday eve- Wednesday even'ing at the nirtg in the arm slmp class- lodge hall with Mabel Shoot room with Jay Wood mad Herb as hostess. Co-hostesses were Daker as instructors. Men and Marie Ah.l .and Elen Bvovn. women are enrolled and sever- They are ptas or the al husbands and wives are annual turkey dinner, to be working together on projects. :held at Hmir hall No. 7. erie family has the help of a son. UFho]stery and furniture finishing make up the greater NO SCHOOL OCT. 16 share of the class time, alng There will be no school in with house pl, ants, winter flow- the Medical Lake ,district Oct. er arrangements, electrical ap- 16 due to the state-wi6e cur. pliances, prung shrubs and riculum day. Teachers of the small engines. distrivt wi be ,attending con- On Oct. 20 the ene eve- ferenees ,and meetings in the niaa,g will be spent in doing area. winter flower arrangements, with JohnnT Ortner instruct- ing. During the coffee breaks PICTURES SLATED on other evenings short films Morday is the date set for will be shown on cuts and use individual pictures to be taken of lamb, pork and beef. About at the high school by "Pictures half the class ,is working on up- U.S.A." hotstering davenos ad chairs AT CONFERENCE Fifty4ix members of the senior class attend a igh schsol-college corgerence on Tuesday at Whitwovth College. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday, high sChool- Hot dog, mustard and catsup, pickles, buttered peas, toma- toes, ice cream bars and milk. Grade school -- Pizza, sand- wiches," buttered green beans, fruit and milk. Tuesday -- Gade school and high school will reverse Mon- day's menu. Wednesday -- Pay tetraz- zini, tossed salad, Frevch dress- ing, muffins arid butter, orange quarters and milk. Thursday -- Mashed pota- toes, chicken gravy, buttered beets, bread and butter, peach- es ,and milk. Friday -- Grilled cheese sandwiches, mcaroni salad, carrots, celery, gold cake, lem- on sauce and milk. IN ADULT CLASS--About 30 persons are taking part in adult education lasses at the high school farm shop. Protects in- clude upholstery, furniture, flower arrangements and other things. Left to right are Donna Mussar, sanding piano bench she will refinish; Ella Knapp, sanding lid of a chest; Helen Cyr, sanding chair arm, and Dixie Kukuk (foreground) working on wle the rest are refinislng furniture. Orm proiect of interest is the small chest being refinished by Elh Knapp. It was given to her by a friend, whose grandfa,th- er .had made it 120 years ago in India. It is made of Hon- duras mahogany with a brass leek, hinges and tgs, all hartd ;Imde, ee the lmJls. The lid of the chest is finished with a trimming of brass wire, which is irflaid around a mir- ror. Mrs. Knapp ,lopes to re- store the original beautifful firAsh to her chest. The dass meets Tuesdays arid Thursdays until Nov. 24. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Otatrde Garner drove to Chewelah Saturd*ay to visit Mrs. Older and the Lakeland Village bos wbe make their home with her. They were supper guests of Marie Seimer, a former resi- dent of Medical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. George P ahner BOYS HIT BY CAR are on a three week trip to Guy and Kim Kap4an, sons Comas, Mont., to spend some of Mr. and Mrs. Carrel Kap- time at the hot springs. Borde, ! tan, were hit by a car near Mr. and Mrs. We,liar who have been %siting with the William Carls from their home in Wisconsin, 'left Satur- day for Oregon, where they wili visit before returning home. Plans are being made by Don Kukuk ,and the Gary Fines for a combined 25th weddixtg open hot, so .loror- in, g Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kulmk and Mr. and Mrs.  Fine. their home Thursday just at dusk. Driver of the car was Gerrald Fine. Guy re- ceived bruises when throm from .his bicycle and Kim has a slight concussion and brigs- es when :he fell rom the wag- on, being pulled by is broth- er's ,bicycle. He was released from Deaconess hospital Tues, day. BARRACKS TO MEET It will be held Oct. 18 at the T Medical City Hall from 1 to 5 in the Baxaeks ,and Auxiliary of afternoon. Everyone is invited. World War I Veterans  Tarry Secord 'karl tonsil sur- meet on Tuesday at the City gory .at Sacred Heart hospital Hall at 8 p.m. last week. Barbar, a Secord was the MISSIONARY TO SPEAK guest of honor at a birthday Pev. Peter Stereeker will be dinner at the Alton Tooke the guest speakcr ,at the Cam- home on Tuesday evening. m.urA, ty Church 11 a. m. servae- Other guests were im Seeord es and at evenin service. He and Terry arm Mrs. Novma is from the Dutch es d. and  an expet on  Dutch Mr. and M. Alton Tooke test week {rom eva language am! rad work. He am1 Mrs.    dys of visiting wit_ son will be. guests of ,Itonor et lThey dle to Wenddl, l(tao, a potluck dlmmr at tlhe Cftyl to visit with Mrs. Ibuth Huttau Hall after morning services, arid Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hat- ton; at WhRe SaIrno wiCh Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cogswe_l and family, ad ,at Tacoma with Pfe.  Mrs. La'y Tooke. Mm. Monte Moore is visa't- i inlg with her  in Prairie I City, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Part- ridge of Soatfle are v'utiag with the Benfly Boylgs and other in the area. Don Stites is ,home from the hospital a rrd is recuperating at '.his home. He would like to thank all hs friends for the cards, gifts and the many vis- itors he has had while being ill. Bill Peper left to resume his studies in electrical engin- N a v,a 1 Training operation eerin, g as a second ye stu- called "Exercise Union Square" dent at Notre Dame. off the coast of Cafiforra while Mrs. Hermajean Edwazxls aboard the ar- spert two weks visiting in Mid- dleton Mich., her Ladies Aide wEB meet on Oct. 14 at the home of Mrs. Avlie Barter wit Lilaoe Moore as co-hostess. FUN NIGH T-'-'C E SS } The anmtal "full ht," held 1,11 A:rme's Caflmltc cmv2a, was a t tinge success. The members wish to tlmnk  those who .took part and all ,he mer- e real fun night. OFF CALIFO DavM A. Church, hoslMtal- man apprendce, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilhrd A. Church, is partipa, tirg ha a and family, the Eldon Hieberts and in Cambria, Minn., with the F%yd Edwards and their sorts and families. Wh41e she FROM THE PAST Espanola News Medical Lake 1934 LueM Lewis was el, acted president of the Medica Lake high school student body. Oth- er ,officers are Bob Cramer, vice president; Dorris Griffith, secretary; Tom Flowers, ser- geanta-arms; and Phyllis Thomas, yell leader. Senior cl'ass officers are Helea The- mens, president; Warren Sven-; son, vice president, and Bob Cromer, secretary. Junior class elected Helen Gruber, presi- dent; Patricia Pu,rvis, vice pres- ident; Doris Griffith, secrery, and Tom F%wers, sargeantat- arms. Sophomore officers are Jane Hutchilmon, president; Fred Gflbreth, vice wesident arid Evelyn, Morris, secretary. Freshman ,officers are Ray- mond Thiemens. president; Polly Kichhoffer, vice presi- delt; Irene Tesch, secretary, md Lawrence Sherman, ser- geantat- arms. Mrs. Fred Willms and infant son, Melvin Glen, who h`ave been spendig a week with Mrs. Willms' mother, Mrs. George Repp, returned to their home at Espanola. Mrs. L. A. Ferrell was hon- ored with a dinner on her 89th birthday Thursday. Pres- ent were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Mace of Btanehard, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mace >f Deer Park, John Lee and Arden Lee of Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mace, who live near Sliver was gone, Mr. and Mrs. Her- lake. man Ludwig of South Dakota l The SchlRz beer parlor and stayed with the Edwards tam-Iresort at Clear lake were com- ily I pletely destroyed by fire about i ,  n a*ro. O-ral, Db -'9 P" m. Friday. Mr. Pe.terson, I bin:s'afamily of Frfiid reak:raSadt:2g n tfl, were Sunday dinner guests of ' the Clarence Dobbins loss amounted to about $500. ] The Frank Bakers hd as vteekend guests the Joe Turn- ors of Bend, Ore. Harold Stutheit spent Satur- day fishing on the Snake river, coming home with two large steehead weighing six ,and eight pounds. June Cole spen a week in Salt Lake City attending the Relief Society conference at the Merman Tabernacle. Mrs. Agnas Ellry is visRirg with relatives in Lewiston for a few days. Mr. 'and Mrs. Clarence Rd- er, Mike and Charlene drove to Yakima over the weekend to visit with Mr. and iVirs. Jewe,1 Edder. En route they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gone Silton at Lind and with Mr. anti Mrs. Max Hansen at Kennewick. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Blou, gh of Seattle were weekend visit- ors ,at the John Ball hme. Sat- urday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bl,ough and lVIs. Stan Clinger of Spokane. Joanne Labish entertained Medical Lake- 1944 Mrs. Jack Larson entertained with a baby shower h,onoring Mrs. A. D. Rochet. Presert Sa*urday evening with a bar- becue .at her home. Her guests were Dabble Riley, Mines Batt, Ron Von Lehe, Jimmy Stroh- mater, Toni Cibon and Shir- ley, Keith and Wayne Hodg- son. Mr. and Mrs. Walter John- son and Mrs. Inez Watson drove to Deer Lake Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Higgins. Visitors of Watsons last Wednesday were Mrs.. Ida Steinke of Olymp,ia and Mar- the DeChenne ,of St. John. Mr. 'and Mrs. Llewellyn Hill- brick were Sunday dinner: guests at the Frank King 'home near Windsor: On Wednesday Mrs. Hillbrick and Lsa A_n- derson drove to Coulee City to visit with relatives and spend I the night. City Charters Proposed Amendment to the State Constitution to be voted on NOVEMBER 3, 1964 OFFICIAL BALLOT TITLE Senate Joint Resoh, tion No. 1 CITY CHARTERS Shall Article XI, section 10, of the State Constitution, which provides for the incorporation, organization and classification of cities, and allows certain cities to frame charters for their own government consistent with general state laws, be amended in the following respects: (1) Changing from 20,000 to 10,000 the minimum population of cities which may frame such charters; (2) Changing newspaper publication requirements for proposed charters; (3) Providing that notices of elections be given as required by law? VOTE CAST BY EXTRAORDINARY SESSION, ]963 STATE LEGISLATURE ON FINAL PASSAGE: SENATE: 49 Members43 Yeas; 0 Nays; & Absent er nol vallng. HOUSE: 99 Mernbers93 Yeas; 0 Nays; 6 Absent er not voting. EXPLANATORY COMMENT Issued By The Attorney General As Required By Law THE LAW AS IT NOW EXISTS: The State Constitution now permits any city with 20,000 or more inhabitants to frame a charter for its own government. charter outlines tim government and powers of a city. The eharte must be eotmistent with and subject to the constitution and laws of the state. The constitution now provides that the proposed charter be publi=hed in two daily newspapers published in the city con- tinummdy f at lm thistly days prior to the date submitted to the voters. The eon, titution now provide that notice of election ors a prolmd elter shall Im given gee at least ten days before the day o election, in all election districts of the city. EFFEOT OF SENATE JOINT gESOLUTION NO. 1 IF AP- PIOVID INTO LAW: The propod amendment would lermit any city with 10,00@ InlmbRant= to frame a  for it= own government, me sam= as a cry with 20,000 inhabitants may now do. The proposed amendment would provide that the proposed charter be published in the daily newspaper of largest general elrculation published in the area to be incorporated (or if no daily newspaper is published there, in the newspaper having the largest general circulation in the area) at least nce a week for four weeks next preceding the election on the charter. The proposed amendment would require notice of election to be given in the manner provided by the legislature. A Legal Publication From the Office of VICTOR A, MEYERS Secretary of State By Katherine Hol|oway 40 YEAR PINS GIVEN Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner and Amanda Alberts, dressed in costumes of many years go, attended Spokane Co. Booster Night at Moran Prairie Grange Monday evening to re- ceive their 40 year pills. The theme of the evening was *o celebrate the 75th anniversary of the state in the grange work. Over 200 attended, many of them in costume. Espanola Grange will mee tonight t'o hear a speaker from Grange Mutual Life speak on eate and wills. The Hlodgsons and Rosenaus will serve sp- per. Booster Night will be hed v,: ere the Mmes. McKown, Kirk- ]and, Elde, Harding, Findley and Miss Harper, ,ad Bety Arm McKown. William Hilgert 57, plant supervisor of the Custodial school, died suddenly Friday. Ile is survived by his wife, ttazel; one son, Carl, d three daughters, Lena, Della and Le- era Hilgert. Dr. M. W. Conway, supen- tendent of Dastern State hospi- tal the past 11 years, resigned last week to enter private prac- tice. He is succeeded by Dr. Herbert A. Perry, assistant su- perintendent for more than six years. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grub are l tmrents of a boy born Oct. 3. Mrs. Grace Bdwin was elected president of the Com- muni/ club and Mrs. Agnes Heyer was elected vice presi- dent. Medical Lake  1954 Medical Lake school has purchased a new shol bus at a cost of $7,500. The freshman class has elect- ed the following officers: Jim I Krell, president; Ed Sonne- born, vice president; Miriam Ackerman, secretary; Stan Par- i meter, treasurer; Dawn Van i rome, cass representative, a, nd Mrs. Moffitt, class adviser. A squad of 22 men greeted coach Dick Neuman on open- ing day of football practice. They .are Jim Secord, Jack Reitmeier. Fritz Gil.hreth, Jer- ry Hackley ,and ttonnie Me- Iown, seniors; Mile Nilles, Leonard Griffith, Warren Cogs- well, Eddie Rosenau and Gary Stutheit, juniors: Mike Gil- breth, Jack Denmy, Tray Rey- nolds, Daug Parmeter, George Davis and Bob Riddell, scp*ho- mores, and Jerry Hines, James Krell, Ed Sonneborn, Yerry Reitmeier, John Gralapp and Stan Parmeter, freshmen. on Oct. 23' with a potluck sup- ,per. The Count Down, club met Thursday mormng at the h>me of Katherine Hall0vay. Any- one interested may join them Thursday mrlfings at 9. PERSONAL MENTIONS Darmy Moriarty celebrated his birthday Friday ewening with .a junior olympic party. Attending his 12th birthday were Ricky and Rex Pickel, Doug Harvey, Rod Von Lehe land Wayne Hodgson. [ Wednesday evening dinner ]guests at the Moriarty home ]'ere Mrs. Sharon Cogswell land chitdren and Jack Penlhal- larick of Moses Lake. The Mor- iartys were Sunday dinner guests a the John Mauer home. Mr. ,and Ms. Oscar Reitmei- er joined the Bob Reitmeiers and the E. E. Henrys of Elk at Twin Lakes for a weekend va- cation. The Bill McGourins visited with the Richard Mankes Wed- nesday evening. Wednesday visitors at the McGourins were the Don Hi]torts of Spokane. Friday visitors were the Don Lamberts and Dan of Cheney. Dinner guests Saturday were Floyd Smith and Jeffrey of Colbert. Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Amanda Alberts were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirm of Waukon. Amanda and Renzil McLean attended the fun night at Medical Lake Sat- urday evening. Amanda won an electric heater. Sunday dinner guests o,f the Albert Rosenaus were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sather of Medical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. George Gold- smit:h of Spokane were Mon- 4ay visitors of Mabel Sheaf. Mr. ,and Mrs. Mawin Wiitms entertained with Sunday din- ner for the Claude Beatties and the Albert Willms. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Von Lehe and Mr. ad Mrs. Don Wiaans attended the soil con- scrvation dinner n Chancy Saturday evening, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ar.t Halverson. The Halversorts, farmers in the area, were named 1964 cmaser- :.ation farmers in the South- west Spokane Soi and Water Conservation District. Mr. ,and Mrs. Dick Manke of Pasco were weekend visitors at the Richard Manke home. Mr. Elsie Pehrson attended the Relief Society so- cial Thursday eve.nin, g at the home of Mrs. Tom Sct in Chancy. lVirs. Pehrson re- viewed the autobiography of a Merman pioneer, H, annah IIood Hill Romney. Friday visitors at the J ,lm- son-H<flloway 1tome vcere Mrs. Eleanor Morgan of The Jake Strieffs of and the Jim Hlls of were supper guests. Ham of Cheney vs a overnigh guest. Saturday tiers were Mr. ,and Mr Hepton and Mrs. Ted o{ Cheney. Mrs. MiM, red son .of Medical Lake was Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Met visited Sunday with the B.rovers in Medical Saturday dinner the home of the Lloyd were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shall of Moscow. Evalyn Pe,hrson was a day ,overnight guest of McGuire in Lake. Classified advertisirg does a at a small cost. Ioheodoff Jg LIFETIME See your doctor every year thorough health checku how well you may feel. 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