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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 22, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway THE ADULT EDUCATION class at Medical Lake has an enroll. meat of 20 persons. Pictured here are, left to right, Jay Wood instructor; Clarence Kelly, Helen Lyman and Bobbi Lauff. ADULT CLASS BUSY About 20 adul, ts are en0oled in the AduR Educ,ati,on Cass, vCCh ,is hed in the vacaU,onal agicttlCttre department of the hgh ,scqtool each Tue,sday and Tharsday even,gs. Pictured ave Jgy Wood, instructor; Clar- ence Ketley, Helen Lyman and Iobbi LauH. Duriag the d, ass- room disu:sion such things as fculative and obIated sap- rolahys are talked about, pla, n diseases are classified, symptoms ,are Looked for, also ca, parts ffected and the fu:rmecions of. Mr. Wod s :Nd- ing the 1965 affdcuture year- bok, Which is put ou,t by. the L. S. Dept. of Agricttlure, that carries such items : ,bouts, furnPgs, equipment, finan- ce, safeguards, l]nts, the ou$dos, ofhin, g, activities ad ,ood. Durin, g shop time the senders vcork on ulhl- steving, refinishing emirs, dms, antique furtu anti orm yearn,an is rofinishin,g her lthen culboaxs. Mr. Baker is he uttstery instructor. NB OF C TO SPONSOR Wed,esday is Bank Day at the elementary school with the N,atioral Bank of Commerce ponsoring the project. All children are urged to take part with et'a'ssroms ,having con- te,s for .H who participate. Mrs. Katie Wynia left on Tuesday to spenJd three day :d the Chinook he,tel in Yak- ima for the anlnual conference of the Elementary Sehol Prin- sip!xls Ass'n. The thme of the corffererme win be centered arouxtd the Challenges and Chan,es in the So,cal Studies. CHURCH DINNER St. Timothys E]iscopal church and St. Ann's Cath,o- tie church at Medical Lake Wi join in a potluck dirmer on Monday, Oct. 25, ,a,t the city hall in Medical Lake. Rev. Winfield Hubbard of the Cilm- rmy church will ttend. Irry Brewer, who recently moced to Newport, is ill in the acred Heart l0pital. ENTER JUDGING Three FFA mem,bers enter- ed hno competition at he, Pa- ei,fic Livestock Exlosition at prortland over the weekend. tos makixtg the trip were Wanly Labish, Don Kukuk and Dn Turnbough, acco,mla,nied by Mr. arid rs. Herb Kukuk ad Mr. Wood. Theyle,ft (m Friday morning nd vi,ted the Ool, umbia Bsin Coamun- ity OHege ,on the trip down. While there they attended the h,rse show, rodeo and bserv- ed 4airy cattle, be'f cattle, sheep, swine and tmrses. The boys took part in the beer, sheep arid swine judging. On the return trip Sunday they stp,ped 'at The I)ales and took ,a tour of the d, am. Another point of interest they visited was the McGregor Feed Lo at Paseo, vch'tch is new and hlds many thousands of feed- er cattle. HOLD HOOTENANY The Red Cross club of the Joel Ferris high s c'h,ol held a hoo,tenany on Sunday on a wad at Iaorn State h)spi- tal. Mu Phi Epsilen,  music soority, aso entertained with a ward party. Other groups entertainirg we,re Morgan Acres Commun- ity ,church, Manito Presbyter- ian, Ceney Bmmanuel Luth- eran,, rtd Manito and Lloyd Memorial EUB ,Churches at the Audubon Methodist. On Tues- day there were 100 women of the Christian Women's Felmv- ship of the In,and 19mNre at the hospital to entertain. Mr. ad 1rs. Olin'once Dob- bins spen the weekend visit- ing Rev. and Mrs. Ga Davis[ at Prosser. They attended the i Christian church, where Re. i Davis is the minister. Mr. arid Mrs. G. A. JoHey of Grartd Coulee were Tuesday visitors at tae Charge Joley home. Now! New t;hevelle N'e Chevelle SS 396 Sport Coupe-- with clean-sculpted all-new Body by Fisher. by Chevrolet Two new Super Sport beauties : for '66--a hardtop and convertible --propelled by nothing less than the new Turbo-Jet 396 VS. This lmarkably efficient power plant, th aircraft-type valves deep-breath- ports aml other design advances, develops 825 hp in the standard wmlon. And you're welcome to order mom--la a 860-hp version--if you'r so lae21ned. Both Chevelle S$ 396 models ride on a special fiat-cornering chassis. A fully synchronized 3-speed transrission with floor-mounted stick shift is standard. Or you can order a 4-speed or Powerglide --also Strato-bucket front seats, center console and full SS instrumentation. Your Chevrolet dealer's is the place to see how all this feels from behind the wheel, tte's a great believer in letting the customers handle the merchandise. See the new '66 Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy Tr, Corvair and Corvette at your dealer's J/JJll llONIHIIIII! ee oelmJ oeeeoe era8 eeeoooooooe Io " ' " 4-14H Brown and Holter Motor Co. 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY 235-6231 TO HAVE NEW UNIT Work will m the spri,ng for a new educational buiMing at the Community church. The members vted u, nnnimously at their las, meet- in,g to accept the blue pri,s. HOT LUNCH MENU ,Mortd,ay -- Hamburgers, relish, mustard, catsup, pick- l'e, pes, Cherry pudding and milk. Tuesday -- To,rn, a,to rice soJup, egg salad sandwiches, applesauce, ginger cremes and milk. Wednesday -- Beef stew, cotage cheese pineapple alad, ch,uck wagon bread, butter, cherry jeo arid milk. Thursday  Texas hash, fal saad, French dresin,g, cffee bred, butter, peaches and milk. Friday -- Tuna, n, oodles, carrot coin,s, bread and b,utte', c,range quarters, buttersc,otch squares and milk. The Eastern Star Soc,ial cJub met Friday evening at the home .of Mrs. Palmer with Mrs. Bud Potter as co-hostess. Monday the PMmers enter- rained 11 persoas fo.r a pot- luiek lunch in h orm,r of the past atrens ,of the Ea,stern Star Order" of 1958. Cbmtng from Be,Hingtam to visit Mrs. Leonla Penrose over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hahn and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Green and daughter. Mrs. Pe,n:roe re- turned to Bellincham with them, where she will make her home. Mrs. Anna Malone made the trip with them and will return this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sonneborn are home after two weeks vis- iting on the ca*st. They visit- ed Victoria, Vancouver,, with the Juus Gies at Seattle and with the A. A. Andersons at Sedro Woey. Visitors this week at the Clarence Rider home are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rider of Port Angeles and their hon'se .guest, Mrs. Edith Rider of Cxsby, Mnn. Jewel1 Rider of Yakima jettied the mor or ,a day of hunting. Mike Rider and Lee Pruitt aso joined them. Mrs. James Origare of Colvifle was honored on her birthday S ,tmday with a din- ner a the John Larson h,ome. Gess were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jotmsan of Ca, mano I'sand Mr. ,end Mrs. Sid Johnson and Espan01a News By Katherine Holloway TOWNSHIP MEETS The Espanoa to,wns!hip meeting was held at the home of MinJe and Dave Peterson. Present were Earl Vo Le,he, A] Will,ms, Oscar Reitmeier and Mr. and Mrs. G,r'd,on Ito,dgson. PARIS VISITOR Saturday supper visitors at the BiLl McOourin h'ome were IVI:r. and Mrs. Do*n Lambert and Dan of Cheney. With them was Mchelle Ba,andad, a 'student at EWSC who just returned from a visit to her home near Paris, France. Oth- er visitors were the Harold Potts family of Slokae. Gary Mann visited with his uncle, George Mann in Sgokane on Sund/ay. ENTERTAIN WITH BUFFET Mr. and Mrs. Stan,ley Swan- son entertained with a buffet supper Wednesday evening, konoring Gl,enda Svcansn and her fiance, Ray Hudkins of Reard,an. Guests were her father, Duke Swanson, Mar- jory Swartz, Cheryl and Dale girs .of Spokane, Mrs. Edith Rider of Croby, Minn. and Mrs. Ernest Rider of Port An- g,les. Local guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Anderson and Leisa, Mr. and Mrs. D(m An- de:rsn and Mark, Mrs. Edna Anders,on and Mrs. Jeanne Rider and Charlene. Mrs. Roy Keene is spending some time at Turlck, Oalf., with the Cfifton Keene am- ily. Thurs0ay visitors at the Claude Be atties were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ahevn o Deep Creek. Saturday visit,ors were the Herb Gissel.bevg f'aly of Spokane. Mr. ,and Mrs. Jay Kinzet are visiting with the Roy Kinzels. He has just completed shol in Ohiea:go. Vksitin far a few dys at the Roy Betfi,ks home are Mr. arid Mrs. Mervin Bliis of El Cerito, Calif. On Monlay eve- ning they were guests :at the Lev Hflbrick home far dnner. Mrs. Mabel Shyer visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Trimble in ColvHle Sunday. Later in the day, she hd as supper guests, Mr. and Mrs. Carence Sheaf and family of Spok'ane. Krupke, Irene Anyone, Jerry Cross, al of Reardan, K, e o,ka Little and Jackie Cole o,f Spo- kane and ary and Eric Swan- son. Saturdlay evening the Swan- sons attended the wedding of Miss Swanson and Ray Hud- kins in the Presberian ,ehureh at Reardan. Sund:ay guests .at the Swansons were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Se,hultz Sharon Grant and Beulah Swanson. 3 TO RECEIVE PINS Three 25-year members of the grange wil receive their pins on Friday evening a. the anrmal booster n[ght, b, egin- nin,g with a dinner at 6:30 at the halt. They are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cogswell and Eve- lyn Wilns. A program will t oll, ow the poilu,ok supper. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Wybor- ney spent tlte weekend in Grea Falls, Mont., visiting With the Henry Wyborneys and baby. They spent their time sght-seeing and thor- oughly enjoyed the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Gary. Webley and d:auchters drove "to Co,ulee City to s, pend the weekend with the Ralph Webleys. Dianne Troka of Cheney was a visitor of Nina Hoiloay on Friday for a visit to the Che- ney Co,w}es Mus, eum with din- nor ant a Show fotlowing. On Saturday she visited with Rob- in Moiarty, and ,on Saturday eve,ring Mr. and Mrs. Jirr tIepton were guests for a birthday dinner for Nina's 10th birthday. Rusty Ho,la, o,vcay, with the Navy in Memphis, Tenn., ca.led her and Mrs. Nia Me- Don,aid :of Bayview, Idah,o, who shares the same birthday was a visitor. Mr. Mill D'avis of Phoenix, Ariz., ak.o visited. Mrs. EHnor Morgan of Spo- kane was a Sunday visitor. Edn,a Reitmeier retu'n,ed from ,a visit with relatives o,n the coast on Saturd,ay. Monday she and Alice Reitmeier at- tended the Spotcane Country C'owbe,lles meeting at the Ooeur d'Alene hotel to lo,n,or the state president, Mrs. Krouse. Also attending from this community were Estlher tIave,rson, Lavira Swanson, Amta MeGourin and E}oise Vn Lehe. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kirk o,f Pomeroy and family spent the weekend at the AI Wflas home. The men spent Sunday hunting an!d Mrs. Wi:nl z Kirk and girls 00001 vin WiH'ms and the day together at home. Mr. and Mrs. Errol spent several days Richard Manke,s ing for Lo,s winter. On Tuesd:ay they wer dinner icat Lake. The the Ro,bert Lee home dinner guests of the ttowards in Daven Saturday eve,n'ng. Sunday dinner guests Frank Selfridge home Mrs. Laura BrabieI o,f Lloyd Mo,ssr o,f Grand Mich., and Mr. and Pogers o,f Cheney. goner and son Scott Lane were a.ftern,aon Dave Peters.on arid Knapp were h0,nre,d birt'hd,ays Saturd,ay with ty at the Llo,yd Knapp Other gests wer er'sn, the Grover Dawnport, th C. E. o,!" Newport and ton, a h3use guest Knapp,s. She left for in ka Vega,s on SPECIAL Stanley Bingo Party, day, Oet. 27, 7:30 p. ',anla Grage H,a.ll. M 3.ri' r,'y, Katherine Next...look into NBofC auto financing e Now that the sparkling new 1966 models are on the show- room floors, visit your favorite dealer for a first-hand look. Whatever the make, you'll agree that this is a great year to buy. After you've made a selection, take one more look- this time into NBofC Auto Financing. Whether the car you choose is new-or new to you-you'll find NBofC's bank financing rates are low, terms are suited to your budget and service is prompt. NBofC makes auto loans you can live with.., loans that help you build hank credit. Ask your dealer or stop in at your nearby NBofC office. Take a look at those new cars now, then look into an NBofC Auto Loan. MATIOHAL BAHK OIF CO0000I!IRCil Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporttion MEDICAL LAKE OFFICE: S, 120 Broad Street-DON R. WINANS Manager