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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 23, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway DOUBLE OCCASIONwCelebrating their 25th wedding anni- versaries Sunday were, left to right, Mr. and Mrs. Garreld Fine and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kukuk. The event took place at City Hall. COUPLES CELEBRATE DOUBLE ANNIVERSARY Mr. ald Mrs. Gerrakl Fine and Mr. ,and Mrs. Herb Kukuk Stmday jointly celebrated their 25th wedding .anniversay at the City HaU in Medical Lake. In elrge were Don Kukuk, 1Vbel Shoaf, I)onaa Musser and daughter. The cake, baked by Jean McMi." lan, was decor- ated with pink rovevs nd sil- ver leaves, with two large bells, with each couple's names. Serving ptmoh and cof- fee were Edna Reieier, Alma Whitney, Hitda Engert and Dora Mathews. At the g,ues books were Karen Von Lehe, Wendy Musser, Din, ne Mth- ews and Judy Mathevs. The gift table cortained two large silver mail boxes with their names on the sides. The Fine's son, Gary, and the Ku- kuk's daughter, Permy, mad their daughter, Dawn and Deb- hie, were unahte to atend. They are living in Neosho, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Fine were mar- ried Oct. 16, 193J, ,at the Salem Lutheran church in Spolmne and the Kukuks were .married i'n Coer d'Alene on Oct. 26 of the me year. EXPOSITION ATTENDED The dairy judging team from the agriculture department traveled to Portland Friday to take part in the judging of dairy cattle with 47 other teams. There were 89 livestock judging tems, in addition, making a near total of 400 par. fictpan. Goirg from Medical Lake were John Jonson, Loren Me- Kay ,and Jim Johnson, accom- panied by Jay Wood and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Von Lehe. Lot- en represented the school board. They visited Mat museum, observed the live- stock and pouttry, farm ma- elrmry display, ahorse show and rodeo, with their main ob- jective being the judging of six classes of dairy earle. COLVILLE ADDS WIN The Colville footba tem added another win Friday night to their aready perfect tally. They scored 13 pbin in the first and second qtmrters with Carl Liggins scoring on a 65 yard run for Medical Lake This was the only scoring to be done by the Cardinals m, the game. A1 Wertz lost he ball in mid Jir when ,he was hit on the neck, where he previously ,had a pulled muscle. The trd ouarter saw no scoring, but Colville totaled the score to 40-6. AH players ,1 tying ex- perience in the .last quarter for the Cardinal. Coach - ners remarked on the size of the Colville phyers, which out- weighed al'l our payers. Bill Stmson led in a fantastic tackle game. Good offense ,arid defensive phyers were A1 Wertz, Carl Liggens, Ev Sim- oneaux, Jez-y Mrray, Cmg Ortb and Bi S 'ttmsoa. The team wil travel to Deer Park this evening. The junior varsity wan from East Vley, 28-0, Mon.dy fternmn, lead- i.g in good ofense axed de- fense pI'ay were Joe Wrig_ t, Mar Agnew, Tmcy Brdsey hhd Jim Br}ght. HOT LUNCH MENU ,Mouday -- Blue Lake green beans, burger casserole, bread and butter, carrot ,sticks, ice custard pudding ,and milk. Tuesday  French o,ion bean soup, crackers, rd boi'led egg, celery stcks, to- ralxes, gingerbread, hivped cnn and milk. Wednesday  Noodles with ham, tossed green salad, b'Lh- op's broad, butter, pears and milk. Thursday  Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, chicken gravy, diced beets, bread and butter, apricots and mik. Friday -- Ttma a h kixg, baking powder "biscttits, broc- col or green lima be *as, apple quarters anal milk. COOKS ENTERTAIN SCHOOL GUESTS Wes Huff, Roy Holliday, James Van atre and Mrs. Ka- tie Wynie from Medical Lake were guests of the cooks from Medical Lake ,high school and grade school. Mrs. Powel anti Mrs. Klin- gle were guests of cooks from Bair School at Fairchild. Med- ical Lake and Cheney were in charge of registration t the banquet at Ferris Sclmal. In display were things of inter- est from the laorth,nd conven- tion which the cooks attended. Supervisors who attended the Portlanti convention from Medical Lake were Mrs. Doro-' thy Kukuk and Mrs. IAla Swan- son. Other cooks attending were Mrs. Edna Anderson mad Mrs. Bea Von Lethe of Medical Lake, Rosemary. Parks, Ger- trude Kazm!arek, arrd Cassie Kazuba. HONOR SOCIETY MEETS The National Honor Society will meet ,tomorrow for a din- ner at 6:30 in the lgh school cafeteria. This dirmer is for all members, old and new, and their parents. Gilbert Baker is director in charge of this lrogram of jun- iors and .seniors with a "B" average or better. Same excep- toam ,are made maa tion- level for sop,hom)re tu- dents who eventually becone full members when they be- come juniors and have kept their averages up. NATIONAL ASSEMBLY HELD The first Nator Assembly was held Thursday with an in- spirati, onal type program fea- turing a wheel chair basketball player. TESTS GIVEN Mr. Kyle gave the prem- inary scholastic aptitude tests to ,all juniors who plan to en- ter college and to seniors in the National Honor Society on Tueslay. CLASS AT WORK The September craft club met to get organized for an- other year of work. Buelh King is the president. They will 'meet Thursday in the City Hal.1 to make Christmas decor- ations and crafts. COFFEE MAKER GONE The coffee drip-o-lator be- longing in the City Hall has been misplaced, probably on ]the night of the fire at Min- !ncks. If anyone krmws where it might be they should bring it to the City Hall. SHOWER GIVEN Mrs. Patti Johnson and Mrs. Sally Willms were ,guests of honor at a dotble stork sow- er Oct. 14 at the City Hall. Hostesses were Jue Puse, Loretta Ka and Iaherine HoIloway. Cakes, baked by Mrs. Mildred Johnson, ,dLpayed old fashioned buggies and para. sols. Quilt htocks were painted by 45 .guests. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. ussell Zgok of Kewnewick are spending a few dys with the Earl Swan. son,s. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beattie ad Pete NKles ismd wRh Mr. mad Mrs. A1 W',fllrns at Deer Park last week. On Wed- nesday the Beatties visited in Spokane with the Herb G'el- berg amily and with Mrs. M'm- nie Ahern. Visiting with the Sherman Wetborns far several week are Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Welborn on San Diego. They also are iiting her brothers, Bill and Bob Bandying in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Stales, Mrs. Alfred Saples and Pam and Mrs. Floyd Moore and Vickie drove to Mn last week to attend a stork hower honoring Mrs. Don Staples. Mrs. Inez Watson and ,Mrs. Agnes Heyer spent several days in Vancouver with Mr. and Mrs. Louie Tesch. Mrs. Watson went on to Camas to visit Anna Watson and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Murmey. They re- turned home Wednesd, ay. On Sunday Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Hey- er and Mrs. Elsie Svenson drove to Chewelah to visit at the home of Kate Hentages. The Mike and Ted Hentages families ]so were there. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Plein returned Saturday from their 1D-day trip to California to vis- it relatives and friends. Mrs. Ray Anderson drove to Colvflle Friday to visit over- night with her mother, Mrs. Jim Grigware. Danny Meriarty was a Sat- urday overnigh guest of Guy Kaphn. Mrs. Musetta Fait has been ill for several weeks. Mrs. tIendrix visited with her last week and found her improved. Margaret Ketchner, who is convalescing at he Joh Hen- rang home, had as vstovs last week the Willard Kectmers of Portland and Mrs. Velma Chat- field of Hermiston. The Milton Kukuk family drove to Pl, ummer Frid'ay and spert the weekerd with the Bert Dennys. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Den- ny. ,Mr. and Mrs. I_cke Lewis returned last Wednesday from a .six week vacation that be- gan: in Vancouver, B. C. They spent some time wiVh Mr. 'and Mrs. O[en Lafavor and attend- ed the Lewis family reunion. They also spent some time in Portland visiti,g with friends .and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Lewis of Gresham, Ore., drove them home and remain- ed until Sunday. Mr. and rs. Waldo Jack- son spent the weekend with the Doug Jackson's "at Ed- monds. Mr. and Mrs. Ab Griffih vis- ited at a Spokane nursing home with Mrs. lary Griffith. Atterdirg a visitation at the Prhnrose Rebekah Lodge at Spangle Wednesday evening were Mabel Sheaf, Daisy Lew- is and Virgie Carl. Mr. and Mrs. George Thost- enson of Auburn visited with the Roy R. Weatheralls last week and spent some time hunting. Weekend visitors were l's. Margaret Johnson of Oofino, Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fischer of Spokane. The MarShall Webbs return- ed home Saturday after a three week trip. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Harger flew out to visit HOMECOMING SET The Cheney Bl'ackharks wJll [be guests on the M-L field for ]the homecoming game on Oct. [30. The evening Will start with [ a boaster supper a,t 4 p. m. in ].the cafoeria, followed by a [grade school game at 6 p. m., [ with Sacred Heart parochial l school and Blair elementary. [playing. The varsRy game will [begin at 8 p. m. I)uring half- [time the band and the march- ring unit, the Cardin;ares, will [ perform. [ The homecoming queen will [ be announ,ced that evening [and will be crmamed the fol- [lowing eveaAng at the home- [ coming dance. CONTEST WINNERS--Winners of the Southwest Spokane Soil and Water Conservation District speech contest last Wed-i nesday at Medical Lake are shown here. Left to right are Loren Von Lehe, representing the conservation district; Rick Culbert- son, Medical Lake High School sophomore, who won first place; Bill McMillan of Cheney, who took second, and Dale Lehn of Espanola, who was third. McMill'an and Lehn attend Cheney High School. the Webbs and then aceon- panied them by car back to their home in Decatur, Iowa. They visited with their faro.. ilies before re'turning by way of Yello'mtone Park, where they met with a srmw storm. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Moran o llton-Freewater, Ore., ar- rived Sunday to visit friends in the area. On Sunday they and the Claude Garners visited at the Earl Elmore holm in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Gilbreth drove to Ellensburg Wed'es- day evening to stay overnight with the Norman HuKhs. Fritz attended the Washington State school board resolution com. mittee meeting in Yalcima Thursday. On Friday ,the Do,n Winan, sar, d the Giibreths left for Pateros to spend the week- end at the W. A. DaTlingtoni home. The men hunted there.] Mrs. Mike Gilbreth and Julie ] spent 10 days visiting with Mr. [ and Mrs. Arnold at Hillsboro a rrd with brothers and sisters at Portland and Olympia. The Russell McGuires of Portand spen, t Tuesday and Wednesday with the Frank Bakers. The Clarence Riders visited Friday evening with the Jo.hn Larsons. The Lars.on drove to C, olville to visit :everal days with Mrs. Jim Grigware on her birthd:ay. Mrs. Monte Moore is visiting a few days with her grandchil- d'en at the Don Anderson home wheile the parents are isitirg in Can'ada. Gesina Preston spent the past wok in the h)pital, She is at home now and feefing well. CULBERTSON WINS SPEECH CONTEST "Planned Lards or Puture Dem.,ands'" was the speech top-: tc gven Oct. 14 at the Medical Lake agriculture cassroom by seven area boys. The contest was s,ponsored by the Washington Associratian of Soil and Water Conservaon District. The first place winner was Rick Culbertson, 15-year-old sophomore, who is in .his first year of agriculture at Medical Lake. Rick fives at 9034 Ne- braska at Fairchild Air Foree Base. He is the son of CMS and Mrs. Richard Cu,lbertsoaa. Jay Wood is ,s agriculture tea, c her. Second place went to Bill McMillan of Cheney who told of 'his father's soil conservation practices. Dale Lelm of Espa- nola, ,also a student at Cheney, won third place. Awards of $15, $10 and $5 were presented the wirmers by Loren Von Lehe of the Suthwes,t District. Judging were Mrs. Kate Wy- nia of the elemeary school, Hal Russell of the Soil Co,n- servation offiee in Spokane and Calyton Kelsey of the Ex- tension Service. SpeeChes were to be seven minutes in length. Others taking part were Jim Paterson, Gait Ruepel, Rex Harkey and Los Williams. Charles Packard, Cheney agri- culture teacher, accompanied them. Dick Cu!bertson's next ap- pearance was at Cheney Wed- nesctay, where he competed in the ,area finals. Semi-finials will be iheld on Nov. 7 and state finals Nov. 14. Bons. of $100, $50 and $25 will be give at the state fLuals. BOARD MEETS The October meei,ng of the Community church board mem- bers was helti anti a unan, imous vote was east to vote against Initiative 34, dealing with gamblLrg. / A boy can still dream A boy's dreams am as big as tho sea and as wide as the horizon. And they're especially grand in America, for hem a boy still has the freedom and opportunity to become whatever he wants to become. Few people would mly deny a boy the privilege of his dreams. But some may do it inadvertently. For instance, those who say that the gov- ernment should own this business or that business. Our electric light and power in- dustry is a case in point. Already the Federal Government has invested more than $5,000,000,000 (five billions) in electric systems. And some people want to spend more bil- lions of taxpayers' dollars for Feder- ally owned electric plants and lines. Does that make sense? We here tn your local electric company can supply plenty of electricity for busi- nesses, homes or any other needs. We'll always be able to do that. And the same is true for more than 300 other investor-owned companies like us all over the nation. Besides, with government owner- ship comes government control. And government control means the gradual loss of the freedom and opportunity we know today-the freedom of each individual to Choom where he will work and live, and how he will think and dream. 00owm co. Electric and Natural Gas Service LUTHERAN WOMEN Women of Esther John's Lutheran Wednesday at the home dred Johnson to ele for the coming yea: ed were Evelyn dent, and Mildred retary. New officers we,re Savalah president, anti treasurer. Mary Magdalene nin,g group) met at of Mrs. Dave Lunder evening. New officers are idert, Florence president, Amelia retary-tre,a.surer, Holloway. PHYSICALS Physic,Ms for boys in physical education were completed his G,aman and Dr. Hasse present with the ,helP cuntly health nurse. THANK YOU Mr. ,and Mrs. Garreld Fine ,of the Medical Lake ante wish ,to t lmnk all these Who helped to appliances and the liquor store ,to their present in the old post office building. Come One --Come Turkey Dinner Adults ---- $1 Children under 12 "" Sponsored by M. L. Booster PLACE. Medical Lake High School TIME: 5-7:30, OCT. 30, 1964 BEFORE CHENEY-MEDICAL LAK FOOTBALL GAME Vote De MEET AMERICA'S C C. D. Martir Democratic Club, 112 College Averme, Cheney, Acting President, Hevry D. Kass City Charters Proposed Amendment to the State Constitution to be voted on NOVEMBER 3, 1964 OFFICIAL BALLOT TITLE Senate Joint Resolution No. 1 CITY CHARTERS Shall Article XI, section 10, of the State which provides for the incorporation, organizal classification of cities, and allows certain frame charters for their own government with general state laws, be amended in the respects: (1) Changing from 20,000 to 10,000 the population of cities which may frame such (2) Changing newspaper publication re* for proposed charters; (3) Providing that notices of elections be as required by law? VOTE CAST BY EXTRAORDINARY SESSION, 1963 SLATE LEGISLATURE FINAL PASSAGE: SENATE: 49 Members--43 Yeas; 0 Nays; 6 Absent or not voting' HOUSE: 99 Members93 Yeas; 0 Nays; 6 Absent or not voting" EXPLANATORY COMMENT I Issued By The Attorney General As Required Y THE LAW AS IT NOW EXISTS: The State Constitution now permits any city with more inhabitants to frame a charter for its own A charter outlines the government and powers of a charter must be consistent with and subject to the and laws of the state. The constitution now provides that the proposed published in two daily newspapers published in the tlnuously for at least thirty days prior to the date it is to the voters. The constitution now provides that notice of proposed ehater shall be given for at least ten days day of election, in all election districts of the city. , EFFECT OF SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1 PROVED INTO LAW: The proposed amendment would permit any city Inhabitants to frame a charter for its own as a city with 0,000 inhabitants may now do. The proposed amendment would provide that the charter be published in the dally newspaper of circulation published in the area to be incorporated daffy newspaper is published there, in the the largest general circulation In the area) at least for four weeks next preceding the election on the The proposed amendment would require notice of be given in the manner provided by the leglslature, A Legal Publication  VICTOR A, From the Office of  Secretary of