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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 15, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Medical Lake Postmistress Retires After 36 Years DENNYS HAVE DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Jack Denny of Pltrmmer, Idaho, are the par- eats of a daughter, Taavnya Law, barn Oct. 5 at the Dea- coness hospital, Jack, a 1957 gradu,ate of Medical Lake 'high sclmol, farms at Plaammer. Friday moa'mnfg with Mrs. at- tie Van C!amp i'n Spokane and attended the Woman's Ass'n luncheon tat First Presbyterian chu,ch at noon. Mrs. Bill Nave and childre.n callled on Mrs. Gretchen Mas- er last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jul.ian Stuart at Ek. The Larsons spent Friday eve rring visiting their sou and family, the Gerald Larsons, and were Sunday dnner guests at the I)arrel Lar.sfons in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pen- dell Jr. from Seattle ve,ekend visiting called o,n Mrs. Jesse Saturd!ay evening. Mrs. Minnie White Spokane is visitin her ter, Mrs. H. B. Jessie Silcock attended showing of Prin,ci s,etrcrol and collere at vile Phillipson h,0me evenYm g. Mrs. a deleg'ate to a the cNlege ta:st June were pictures from teen friends from Spokane attended. After 36 years in the Med- ical Lake post ,office, Mrs. Ghdys Giltmre is touring. She ,h'ad orked for six years as c[erk, when on April 1 of 1935, she was made post,mis- trss. She completed 30 years en Oct. 8 when Gone Brewer was made acting posmast,e,r at the aftern.on ceremonies. Mrs. Gilmore came to Med- i, cM Lake as a small girl, at- tended school here and mar- tied Mr. Gillmore. He ,had re- tired fou,r years ao from East ern and passed away in May, 1963. She bsn't decided just hat she will 4o with her spare time, phaps trace4. Mr. Brewer and his wife PHONE CHANGE-OVER PLANNED OCTOBER 16 Two yeas ago/;he Cmm, ber f (arnerce talked of phone coverage to Spolane and their phons are rmw materializing with the exterded area ser- vice throngh @enerl Tele- phorm. Tim ehhule er will take phce at ,mkirght Oct. 16. New su991mentary director- .s are nvw in the mail, on_s nd other rrecessavy i'rrowinatin. With a sllight ill, crase', in ates, patrons wil be ble to call Spokane aaad vice versa with ao long dis, taroe ctrarge. There will no douibt he a few problems i the chane over, with e,ery- one-being reminded to have patience utfl thi,ags re run- mn, g smootbAy. SCOUT NEWS The Girl Scouts will hod thehr first meetiag Oct. 14 at the city hail ,and the Brovnies will begin the year Oct. 19 at the lome of Mrs. John Imler. The Cub Scouts ave }okin for new prospects ,aund inter- ested parents when they meet Oat. 25 at 7 o'clock at the city ,hal. Boys are eligible from 7V to 101/e. Present den moth- ,ave Nellie Wod, GeorRia Smihpeters and .Mrs. T4ll. Te Boy Scouts,  Mr. Till s maer, 'have been busy al summer. The 15 brs have had several camlauts and at present ,are looking forward to a rifle meet hter in the moctth. HOMECOMING PLANNED The armal Homecoming flame ha been set for O,et. 22 ith Deer Park as trh,e ffuet fioOthall team. Eight 1. m. is ff.ame time, with special events plmmed for hal, f-time. The lmecornng dance will be held Oat. 23 at the eleanenry school multi-purpose rom wi dancing from nine until micn:ight. The f, ootbll team is rr0av in the prce,ss of selectin the queen oarrdidates. Sally Stimson, student body vice. president is in clmrffe of ar- varem.e,nt,s. The Cardinals test their game with Ephrata last FrM, ay vi a score of 24-6. Larry. Bauman made the only seer- Ig touchd, own m the second qttarter. Jim Pzu,man layed a od offensive game and &h,n I-Ig.,gias and Dave IAd- d, etll ,loked good on defense. The Jumar varsity 'lost its game to Cheney Monday 24-0. The senior cls vieture ommitee mt Mn.y with a Otmrrham Studio re,re- senalive ,and on Wednesday wiVh tahe Dorian Studio repre- senUve. On the 20th ltey will.' see Burchetts' fe and wi then vote ftr whom they wish to dO their portraits. Maflay they will meet with E.R. Moce to let bids for te cogs and gowns for graduation cere- monies. Chris Jolmson, a senior, has been el.ectl o replace Helen Brown s secretary of the st- derrt be4y. Mr. Van Metre has been asked to speak at the Eastern "lagrngon Bdatocs Curric- ulum Day, Friday at life Wash- ing0ort Water Power Auditor- ium t 1 p. m: His subject will be "Flexi*ble Setmdu'tin, g at the SeondrT Level." M. L. Memory Lane Page 7 Mrs. Harry Grub o,f Be,llin,g- ham is a ttoase gucest of Mrs. Agnes Ellery ad the Grub boys. On Saturday Mrs. E'ery arid Mrs:. Grub were guests for tea ,of Professor and Mrs. Gun- de.rsen nd family at Whit- wo.t'h, on Sund*ay they visited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Biesner at Fairfield arid on Tuesday with the Fred Grubs at Puil- man. Suffeng falls at their h'o,mes recently we,re Ward Kaplan, who broke his elbow and Mieh Moriarty, wh,o broke a bane in her heal. Bth are at lmme with casts to sow thenl down. M,s Nan'cy Lond, orri of Wal- ta Walla was a weekend visit- Betty bave four children and ar of Mr. arid Mrs. WJam Durfee and Tom. make their home at North 316 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fine Brewer. They attended Com- visited the Gary Fines at Pull-i munity church and are active man a week ,ago and attended! i i community affairs, partic-[ the water treatment plan,t [ :_ L ::: Marly base,bal. Before cominlg open house. Visiting with them ' " . here in September of 1960, tills Surday were Mr and RECENTLY MARRIED--Peggy Lee Pr,tchett, daughter of the they ie,d in Camas, Was'h. for Mrs. Herb Kukuk and . and John Pritchetts of Hunters, and Roderick Mayer of Spekane, I five years, where he ws in Mrs. Milton Kukuk ad fam-lson of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mayer, were rnarri-zd Sept. 18 at the bank. ily. the Fairchild Air Force Base chapel. The couple spent their , Born and raised in Kansas My. and Mrs. Bob H, olten of honeymoon on the coast. City, Brewer has a,so worked Co,fax were weekend visitors ........... in the Credit Unison in Moses at &e,,, m,,, .... .1 sl I:,,,,, I ,,,b.* ,I EarlS'o,urt from S:lola,ne. Mr. Lake, the bank here and was just recently city clerk f Meal- --""* -',z. v. .... " 2""2  I-UU| L(IRI}  and Mrs Jerry Larse.oa Mr mrs orene t-lUl:lnson visteo  . - " "' " , Lake. He served with the .  .. .... . . , ...... ann Mrs G K Larn and [a rverett With bed beweyn By Mrs. Money =.arson fmilv carlle(t at the Earls i years.! Army as a mu,sician for five for ..... several days., ..... PTO TO MEET OCT 20 caurts:  late,r in' the' day " _ u:nay vmmrs at rre mome .......  '-, Gra,ne met fast " lrida ,, (ff Mr. ,and Mrs. Caence Do,b- l'ae r'u ot roar aes = ' PANEL TO MEET bins were Mr arrd Mrs Geal setrool wil'l meet Oct. 20. The I evening. I made an era'or in The elementary school PTA Dobbins and" family (ff Fair- program, will be put on bythe, last WeK S news w.'nen gave wfl.l meet OCt. 18 far a p'anelfield, Mr arrd Mrs Glen Dob Busy l%ngers 4-H cmo. me the aare as mrs rrmay. orry. discussion. To create closer bins a'rrd guests for the week grotrp wi' decide rr a fund Plans were made f0" the ba0,st- ties with the administrative are Rev. ad lrs. Gall Davis aisin project far he year. 'or .night p0tluck dinaer which office the subject will be iand family of Prosser. "The Pudt, Pass and "Kick" will be .held October 22. "What I have al'ways wanted to group sponsored by the Ford Callers last week at the Sara km)w ,about our school." On lotmdtien met Saturday in Kirkpatrlck home were Lr- Espanola News Cte,rrer. Winners Saturday ,a Brow,, Lueille Fetm'mr a,n,d thisMr. Holiday,panel Kyle,Mr" Huff,Mrs.   were Tim Spear l:hird llce, Jack Stroub from Spolane, Wyrfia and a sCtmol board By Katherine Holloway received a fooba1. De,bert Mr. and Mrs. Claude &arner member, each telflng briefly i Spear $r. second place reely- and A. J. Cofman from Medi- w l, their duties are. At the HODGSONS WIN JACKPOT ed a paque for 11 year Did cal Lake, Mrs. Mike Millet and dos tables will be Mr. Go'on Hodgson , collected eentesants. Keny ladon won Oaol Jean. Mrs. Hazel Po,well Van Stone, Mr. John:so and, the ten d(flar ae(hre jack- a third plaice plaque, from Sp, o.kane, and lrs. Bil,1 Miss Zerbst and m.emher: A Pet ,at the Espan,ola grange on Nave and children. Mrs. Nave question and a'nswer leviod Fxday evening. It was stated WOMEN'S MISSIONARY is fihe former Ehine Thomp- wiB' follow. The Insiration[that le yeas a deserving win- SOCIETY MEETS son from Four Lakes a'rrd mow will be given try Mrs. lbin. [,ner ,a he ha,fin t missed a Last WeOnlesay the Wom- lives in S pokarm. ette arid the flg ceremony[ng this year. elite Hen- en's Missionary Society of the Mrs. Herb Andrews tra re- iw411 be iven by Den 5 of Pack nirrg, tl,e Home Eoaomies oaxr Lakes hxtwch met for turned to her home in Kent. 207 Cub Scouts. Coffee and rchaivman, reported m the their regtr meetin,g. That Mrs. Sidney Larsn vi'ited cookies will be served at the rnarmy making dinner and evening Mr..and Mrs. Jo,hn dii,scuso, taUles. The 'fh item ,of Ore booster night din- Rees and daughters were there grade class wi.ll slow a dis-ner, which begins at 6:30 on for a potluck dirmer and to play of maps and gl, ohes ,made :Oct. 22. A program will .fal- str0av ds of their stay in ,of vari, o's: materials. ]ach low. Peru ,as Missiorraries. The rn,nih ,a different grade will Th,ose atterrding the Satur- wvmen bad arranged a "gift furnish the disphy. = day evening meeting at Moran table" fr the Rees family with were Mr. arrd Mrs. Ch(ude Gar- strpplies they wilfl need when ! ne.r, Mr. ,and Mrs. Crorcton they retuvr to Peru. About 40 HOT LUNCH MENU Hod,gson, Mr. arid Mrs. Bill] attended the dinner. Monday, high sehlHo,t Khn arrd Mrs. Attha Mesea've. I dogs, mustard and catsup, Oandidates taking the first I Miss Nancy Barlow and Mrs. pickles, baked bears, cetery and second degree work were Frank ffgens fa'om Seattle sticks, pears and milk. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hazard spent the Sept. 24th weekend Grade sctrool- Pizza, bread arrd Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kra-[,qth Mrs. Anna ErfurV2t and arrd butter, green beans, fruit mer. [she returned to Seattle with and milk. Women's club will meet Oct. ] them for a visit of 10 day's'. 20 at the club room with Mae]During her visit they took a Tuesday -- Reverse o,f Men- eattile n,d Luta Tilson as hs-]tp thrmgh central Oregon day menu. Wecnesday  Party teraz- testes. The rummage sale they a rrd to (}rater Lake. ReturMng air, i, w'h,le wheat muffins and had phrmed, has been chancged to Sattle by the Oregon c,ast butter, cabhage salad, orange to Oct. 28 at North 9 Bernard route. Mrs:. Erfurth returned j,ell) witch fruit and milk. in Spolane. Anyone having to Four Lakes hst Friday. Thursd!ay -- Oven fed items to dormte may call any Moday evening Mx. and chicken, mashed poSatx)es, of the members fer pickuo. Mrs. Herman Peters and son chicken gravy, buttered beets, -- and Mrs. Arma Erfu.h were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. bread and butter, apricots and Beth Jackman had a week- Iffavod Erfurth and seres. In milk. Friday -- GriUed oh.ease end visitor at her home. She the evening John Erfuh wa.s D4ane Parker of Spokane. strewed the pictures he had sardwich, whle kernel Corn, Mr. and Mrs,. Gordon taken th past summer in lettuce wedge with 1000 IN.and Hodgspn, ST".riiey and Ke,ith N orrre, 13rl;ow and Anchorage, d,resng, old cake with lem- were Sunday vsitors dt the laska. on uce and mtIk. E.C. HoSgsons at Vem,4ale. Mr. 'and Mrs. arry Helm ayne Hodgson spent the a'nd Ted Smick of Four Lakes AT THE CHURCHES weekend with Roy Rsenau were Saturday dirmer ffuests We,men .of the Community ,and Lyle drove to Deer 1%ark of r. an, d Mrs. Eld,n Jenicke. chm'eh met Thursday m,oraxing t ovisit with the John Hdg- Ted Radon and sen: Ken'ny  at the home of Mad,ge Jo,hn- so family, and Lee Wilcox and son Jim- son for a coffee tmur. The ,Mr. and Mrs. Ehno Steike mie :spent Saturday and Sun- rummage ,sale workers met to of Olympia are visitg with day at Almota steel head fish- evNuate their recent sale. he Jack (}ogU family, ing. Adl members of the cng-re- Mrs. Edna ReRmeier aeem-, Sumiay visitors at the Boots ffaon are to meet Sunday, fl- pained Mrs. Berneal Gjbreth Ea,Nseurts were Mr..arid Mrs. lowing t'he services, to discuss to the coast ,he,re they are Bob Kirk ,and sons of 1Vfa.rsh- the ,n.w buitn,g that i being v.ti'r with relatives. Mrs. all, and Mr. arrd Mrs. W. B. planned. ,Reitmeier is spending her i The yung cuples g-ou13!time with the Chreame Hams- met Saturday evening at the k,a amily at Bellevue while Wfltms family were Mr. and trome of Robert Cok for a Mrs. G.breth is visiting Mr. Mas. Marvin Wilams nd fava- ,scaveuger htnrt, de-aons and a,d Mrs. L. R. Arrdea'son at ily. fr roasting ih, ot dogs. Eleven Olympia. The .Rietrard Mankes, were coulMs took rt. rs. Albert Theiane mad Saturday eveirrg dirmer The Ryal trrffers of the Esther of Pardan via'ted with guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. (}arl Assembly of God church, boys the Stanley Swansorm Smaday !Lee at Sprague. The Mankes 9 tlmyh 15 yeas of ,ae, have, evema, g. were lmsts to a Sund'ay dimaer Sift. Bill Bresko as their lad- Mr. at Mrs. Howard Will- at their ,lmme er Mr.  Mrs. er. They took part in many iam and family attended the Robert Lee of Medi'ca Dake, outdoor acvities, i, ncluding John Wilams' 60th Wedding Mr. nd Mrs. Brrol Sander o camp outs, cook outs. hiking ar.ativersavy at their Dae Los Aeles ,and Mr. and Mrs. amd he,tin;g, aog wih their part ,borne on Sunday. It wins C. M. Mullen arrd fanily o Bible teachin,g curse, aL the 91st bihday of Mr. Spolane. The ,ettes are from Williams. The Frank Sel.ridges were il  15 years o age mad meet SUaldy dinrmr gttests at the eeB Evenimg tovs at With M. Statton twice a Carl Jo.knn ,home were Mr. Regis h,oe near nonth for projects for mission- and Mrs. lay Strieff and tam- Cheney. Satary eveni,ng vis- aries and for a social time. fly of Cheney. Fredrich Peter- tiers at tle Sel'fridges were The Junior Missionettes ave son of Spokane was MsO a Mr. and Mrs. ohn Maurer and 9 to 11 year Did girN who visitor, family of Tylex. meet with Mrs. larie Larsen The A1 Willans and the On Sturday Amanda Al- oud at present are learning to C3ude BeattJes recently spen berts ,and Renzfl McLaha at- knit. 10 Gays en the cocat. : Seate terred the annual1 fa, ll meet- the Willras visited with the ir!g of the Srola.,ne County Pie- Mrs. Ruth J,ackson s at George Welngs, at Dougl'as n,eers in Spokae. Creme after 'a week at the Sac with Mrs. Lena Westerman Roberta Maurer and daugh- cred Heart hospital, following and at Cashmere with Warren tar v[sited on Saturday at the .surgery. She will recmerate Schroeder. They spen some Meriarty borne. Jack Pemhal- far severM weeks before re- time salmon fishing at Sequie. i lurick  visiting this week at sumir ,her teaehirrg. Sunday dinrmr gues of the the M, oriavtys. 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