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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 30, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Choral Group Coming To M-L Next Thursday The U. S Army Air Defense Command (ARADCOM) choral group, composed of 35 soMier- singers, will present a con- cert in Medical Lake, Nov. 5. The concert will be given at the high school gym at 7:30 p. m. The concert is free and open to the public. Program numbers w in- clude military songs, folk songs, spiritual, classics, and rtovelty numbers. The choral group is station- ed at Army Air Defense Com- mand headqttarters in Colora- do Springs. It tours the coun- try to pert'orm for ARADCOM's Nike missilemen and for the eivitian communities in which these missilemen are stationed. SPEC. 4 Robert L. Solter, an associate director of the Army Air Defense Command Checal Group.--U. S. Army Photo. The command is the Army portion of the multi-service North American Air Defense Command (NORAD), headquar- ters of Which is also in Colo- rado Springs. Director in charge of the ARADCOM Choral group is Capt Dom.qd Schmidt. The singers, in addition to their regar tur appearances, have preented cortcerts that have attracted national atten- tion. The), have sung on sev- eral major radio and television ,mtwork shows, such as the Arthur Godfrey Slow and the Betl Telephone Hour, and per- formed at the New York World's Fair in May. TRAINING COMPLETED Mr. ,and Mrs. Clark Cole have received word from Doug Probsfeldt at Laldand Air Force Base in Texas that he has finished basic training and has enrolled in cryptographic school. The Coles ,have just re- turned from a week at Pocatel- to, where lhey visited a daugh- ter, Mrs. Dewayne Wolfe and family. C OF C ENTERTAINS LADLES About 40 attended "ladies night out" at Spokane, where Chamber of C:ommerce mem- bers and their wives enjoyed steak dinners and dancing Thursday evening. GIRLS ATTEND TEA Vicki Mendenhall and Terri Musser were honored ,last Wed- ntsday at the Masonic Temple by the women's auxiliary of the American Legion. They were sponsors of the rls to Girl's State durirg the mtm- nmr. The .girls oid of their trip ,rd were presented pins. Mrs. Mendenhall accompanied them. CARDINALS WIN All Cardinal players were in the neup .last Friday evenizg at Deer Park. The Oardinals kicked off to Deer Park and Mike Shankel ran 27 qards for a toachdown. The era po'mt was good. Oher touc good in tim first latf were made by Bob Bell and A1 Wertz. The ha,time score was 20-6. In the third quarter Bell and Slnl scored. The final score wa 41-6. Good defensive yhy- ers were Bill Stimson, Louie Evans and Ed Carahridge. The Cardinals came home with no i,njuries. HOMECOMING TONIGHT The Gardins Hom game with (Yeney is this eve- ning on the Medkl Lake field. There will 'be a grade school game at 6:15. A sapper will be served by #the Medical Lake Boosters from 5 until 7:30 p. m. Crowning ceremom'es will be during ,halftime with the bartd and Cardin, aires per.fovrn- ing. Candidates are Linda George, Daria Lein, Terri Mus- ser, Donna Sorenson, Bey Har- mon, Sandy Raggio, Vicki hrmn- denhatl, Kathy As, Esther Liggens and SheUey Mills. A loing da.ne will be ,held evenmg. BOUQUETS ARRANGED--Johnny Ortner arranges flower dis- play at adult education class meeting. He is showing where to place grain stalk in floral bouquet. Left to right are Donna Mus- ser, Anita McGourin, Ortner, Mrs. Sheldon Vaughn and Virgie Carl. MUSIC FESTIVAL SET Members of the bad and chorus will participate in the Spokane County music festival at East Valley Wednesday eve- ning at 8 p. m. About 70 persons attended tht National Honor Society dinner Saturday evening at the high school All freshmen took the dif- ferential aptitude tests Tues- day under the guidance of Mrs. Kyle. Parents will observe "Back To School Night" Monday. The PTS meeting will begin at 7:15. Parents will follow their son's or daughter's schedule through a typical day. Many high school teacJhers joined the district in attend- ace at the WEA meeting and barbecue at Codville on Thurs. day evening. BOUQUETS ARRANGED AT ADULT CLASS Twenty 'two members of the adult education class met Oct. 20 for an eenin,g of arrarging winter bouquets. Some of the arrangements used dr'.fftwood, a favorite vase or dish, or even a disc from a farm implement, with a rock as e base. This oes to show what can be done with matccials frotn our own ield's and pastures. Johnny Ortner is planning a most interesting evenir, g in December, devoted to making holiday arrangements. A ten- tative date has been set for Dec. 10, with registrafion ,hav- ing been completed this week. GRADE SCHOOL NEWS Mrs. Barbara Bacon has re- turned to her teaching duties efter being absent three weeks due to having surgery. Mrs. Harriet Frasure, first grade teacher, has been ill for two weeks, ad at present is in Deaconess hospital undergoing extensive tests. Mrs. In, a Ver- million is substituting for her. All rooms will have Hlow- een parties Friday, with the exception of the seventh and eighth grades, which will be held `after school hours. On Nov. 2 the Association of Childhood Education will meet at the eementary so,heel to hear Mrs. Eugene Fletcher speak on "Making and Using Puppets." Washing,.on Education Ass n members traveled to Colville Thursday evening to attend a district meeting and boJrbecue beef dinner Joe Chandier will be retiring as executive secre- tary. Going from Medical Lake were Andrea Martin, Barbara Bacon, Carroll Youngblood, Rodlin Johnson, Thelm`a Miller, Katie Wynia and Wes Huff. HOT LUNCH MENU ! Monday, high selmal -- Hot i dogs, mustard and oatsp, dill pickles, potato chips, buttered peas, celery and carrot sticks, ice cream bars ,and milk. Grade school -- Pizza, pea- nut butter sandwich, 'buttered green beans, dark cherries and milk. Tuesday, :high school and grade ,school, reverse Monday's menu. One change: grade school will have tomato jttice instead of celery and carrot sticks. Wednesday  Roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, coffee bread and butter, but- tered chopped spinach, fruit : jello and milk. Thursday -- Old fashioned vegetable soup and crackers, tuna fmh sandwiches, peles, ginger cookies and milk. Friday -- Fish stic and tarter sauoe, baked potatoes, lettuce wedge, 1,000 Island dressing bread av butter, wlmle kernel corn, vanma co- conut pudding and milk. FIREMEN THANKED Businessmen in the partially burned out block of the recent fire in Medical Lake invited the firemen, w,o heloed to save he rest of the block from destruction, to a social hour, dning and refreslments at the evening. COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS TwRight Circle met at the home of barath Perin on Tues- day evening. A work session was held to work on toys for needy children. The ladies of the church met at the pazsonage to horror Mxs. Barbara t!ontz with a baby shower. Seventeen were pres- ent. The trustees met Tuesday to make plans for more Stmday school room. Miles Batt is the new presi- dent of the youth felwship, which meets each Stmday eve- ting from 6 p. m. until 7 p. m. Claua tIolliday is vice presi- dent; Jennifer McGee, secre- t`ary-treas.urer; Norman Morse, social chairman, arid Iaren E,astvood ks in charge f re- freshments. Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Cook are the youth direct- ors. HONEYFINGERS RETURN Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Honey- finger retm'ned 1,ast week from a two and  hal,f week trip to California. They visited in San- ta Moniea with Mrs. Audra Greeny and in Ventura with Mr. :and Mrs. E. M. Norris. At Santa Barbara they visited with former Medical Lake residents, the Del Deenes and the John Giffins. MEDICAL LAKE PERSONALS Mrs. Mamie Pa,rmeter visited the Gordon Wilkes at Dishman from Wednesday to Sunday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fank Riecher of Addy spent the weekend vis- Ring with Mr. nd Mrs. John Ball. The Claude Beatties were Thursday dinner guests of the Lester Aherns. The Herb Gis- selbergs of Spokane were Fri- day overnight guest's. On Sun- day the Beatties entertained the A1 Willms with dirmer out in .honor ,of Mrs. Willms' birth- (lay. Sunday dinner guests at the I Clarene6 Dobbins' home were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dobbins .of Fairfield and the Glenn Dobbins family f C:heney. The Helen Finson family had ,out of town visitors fron Cashmere Sunday eve.ing. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. El, len Brown were Mr. `and Mrs. Bill Brown and family of Spokane. Tuesday visitors of the Irvin Imhoff family were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Leifer of Marys- ville Weekend visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Rbert Gee, hart, for mer Medical Lake residents, who ow live in Spokane. The Imhoffs spert two days last week at Downs Lake. The Palks, who own the resort, are busy improving the resort to accom- modate groups such as the Scouts, Camp Fire Girls ,and any other Christian group that may ,bate need of such a .build- ing. Mary Chase, a former resi- dent of the comm.unity, is in the Deaconess hospital after hav'mg surgery on Thursday. Mrs. Emery Tyree of Spo- kane took Mr. and Mrs. Oharlie Jolley to Coulee City Thureday to visit with re,rives. Mrs. Ellen Brown entertain- ed last week in :lmnor of the 92rd b'rtb.day of Mrs. Anna Sw,nsan, Mamie Parmeter, Ihetta BarteR, Gllys Schu-, bert, Amelia Griffith, Berneal = Gilbreth, Marie A,h]g ad Ma- bel Sheaf. ,Mikael South had 23 first graders at his 7th birthday on Saturday. The children spent the afternoon riding the pony (m the South's f,arm home. LRtle Paul Hem'y M,ay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Murray of Codville, was chis- toned Sunday at St. Anne's Church by Father Kowrach. Sponsors were Heten Fir, son and Gerald G. Beck. Dinner guests following the church service were the Becks of Okan- ogan, Helen Fion and family arid the Donald Murvays. If anyone has lost a brown d,ehshund with blck nose, about 2 years old, with no cod- FROM THE PAST Espanola News Medical Lake 1934 L. A. ,nderson, merchant of Tyler, is opening a general merchandise and men's fur- nishing store in the old Km-te building. Mis Eher Goldback will assist in the store. Funeral services were held Saturday for James A. Bur- nett, 57, who passed away Oct. 11. Mrs. Clarence Young, Mrs. Jim Yound, Mrs. M. Johnson, Miss Esther Harms, Miss Flos- sie Johnson, Miss Gerea'ude Baldwin and Miss Els,ie Den- ner motored to Spokane Men- day evening. A large crowd ottended the Democratic meeting held at the town hall Tuesday after- noon to hear the Hormrble Szm B. Hill, Lewis B. Schwel- lenbach, Ralph Buckley and L. C. Tlomas. Virginia Raft celebrated her 13th birthday with a slumber party Saturday. Guests were Jean Cummings, Maxine Ahlf, Elizabeth Watson and Eleanor Raft. Mrs. V. S. Hullett of Colville visited her daughtex hs,t week. Mrs. Effie Scholer visited her daughter, ,Mrs. Grub, at Pa- louse. Medical Lake- 1944 Pfc. Lnard L. Tyson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tyson, is on furlough from le Sottwest Pacific theater. The Community club met at the town hall with the Mmes. Heyer, Caskey, Herrick, Ames, Watson, Apgar, Bentley, Bald- win, Thiemens, Rice, and De- chenrte and Miss Rita Fait pres- ent. Mr. ar, d Mrs. M`aurice Gil- bert have purvhased the L. R. Anderson hme. Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Merri- man and Timmy visited the Ernest Ahlfs Sunday. Mrs. Bill Clark and June and Mrs. Edna Hackney nd Gail visited Eugene H'atkney in Ca liforna. Misses FAona and Ellen Krsak of Seattle are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Joe Krsak at Tyler. Mrs. Virgil Calhoun of Her- ralston, Iowa is visiting her brother, Virgil Greer. Medical Lake- 1954 Mr. and Mrs. Jacrk Hutchin- son Sr., who have lived in 5qedical Lake for 50 years, celebrated the event with an open houset their h,me Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tyson are parents of a boy born Oct. 5. Members of thi year's fres:h- man class who were irdtiated lt Friday were George Sims, Sharon Perin, Virgil Andrews, Rita Fait, Miriam Ackerrnan. Jim Kre]l, Ed Sonneborn, stan Parrneter, Dawan Van Drome, Beth Rolen, Beverly and Bar- bara Tooke, Jo Mead, Joyce Nance, Art Ford, Larry Hag- strom, Alan and Mil Grub, Re- becca Boland, Jack H`artness, Jerry Hines, John Gratap0, Jer- ry Reitmeier, Larry Henning, Ronnie Stutheit and Dale Low- ery. The following lhve been romirmted or carnival queen: Daw Van Drone, freshman: Mary Jane Rantzow, sopho- more; Martene Nance, junior: and Marlene Sims, senior. lar, he may be found in the vieirfity of the Murray home. He has been there about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Steinke of Granite Fans visited with Mrs. Agnas Heyer last week and took her to visit ,at their home for a wetk. Visiting for the weekend with the Fran Llewelyns were Mr. and Mrs. DonaM Brown and children of Tekoa. The Garreld Fines were Sun. day dinner guests of the John Ertons in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bowman and daughter, Olaudia Mor- gan,  son David, Los Aztgel- es, have been spending the week at the I-hold Stutheit home. ,Mr. and Mrs. Ab Grfffith are accompanying the Laurence Grifiths of Spokane to Cres- cent City to visit with rein. tives. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Klug attended the Washington-Idaho football game Sattrdy.. They also visRed with the'w daught- er, Judy, a student at Pulhnan. Walter Klug left this week for a few days at a seminar in Gal- veston, Texas. Before retttrn- ing he hopes to do some deep sea fishing in the Gu'tf of Mex- ico. Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Hill- brick .and Jessie Wood, bury, a student at Whitworth College, drove to Seattle Friday to at- tend the parent's weekend at Seattle Pacific, where Jim Hill- brick is a student. While there they vited with Judy Vaughn and relatives of Jessie Wood- bury. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Laird of Spokane were Sunday din- ner guests of the Forrest Clarks. Chock the want advs, each week. By Katherine Holloway 100 AT ESPANOLA BOOSTER NIGHT PROGRAM Nearly 100 grangers and friends attended the potluck supper and Booster Night pro- gram :at Esparmh Grange Fri- day even iag. TWo tables held displays of crafts from foreign lands. Many countries were represented. Mrs. Edna HOd- lingshead wdn the door prize drawing. Other granges repre- sented were Waukon, Lament, Lomis, Tyler and West Deep Creek. The winners of the Jack O' Lantern contest were Franeie Murray, Bob McMitlan .and Steven Murray. Ira Shea honored Minnie Pet- erson with a 25 year pin and paid special tribute to the Claude Garners al Amanda Alberts, 40 year members. Quinten Landreth presented a tape recordir, g of the state and national master's address- es to all who attended. B.il lcMftlan repeted his soft con- servation contest speech that won him second place in the area finals, lea ,ne Labish gave a cornet solo, accompanied by Mrs. Labish. Mr,. ,and Mrs. Jack Cogswell told of "The S1ovest Pamily n Esparmia" ir, skit form. Mary Wyborney and Penny Holloway sang a duet, "Moon Rivet." Skits were also given by Dave Peterson and Gordon Hedgson anl another by ene, Roy and Henry Ros- enau. Danny Moriarty played a tru,mpet solo. Ia Shea also told of the grange and its services. CLUB PLANS RUMMAGE SALE Espanoa Women's club members are making plans fr a rummage sale the first part of November. The ctub met on Wednesday with 17 members present. Mrs. Key and Mrs. Merserve were guests. Mrs. Key won the quiz. Mae Beattie `ad Lula Tilson were hostesses. A card was signed by ,all for Mrs. Anna Swanson on her 92nd birthday. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Elsie Pehrsn attended th county postTmsters meet- ing Monday evening at the Coeur d'Alene Hotel. On Wed- nesday 2venLng Mr. anld Mrs. Pehrson visited with Dr. nad Mrs. Grant Thomas in Cheney. Evalyn Pehrson visited in Med- ical Lake overnight Friday with Marsha McQuire. On Saturday larsha visited with Evalyn. The Gordon Hedgsons, Shir- ley and Keith drove to Deer Park to visit and hunt with the John  Hodgon family. They re- F i ,, turned home on Sunday. ,the A1 Willms home were ayne was a weekend visitor land Mrs. Dave He m of ,nRoy Rosenau. ]Waukon and the Marvin Wednesday evenin visitors[ family" On Sunday the were dinner guests at the Carl Johnson 'hone were Mr. and M,rs. Claude Garner .and their h ou:se guests, the A1 Morans of Milton-Freewater, Ore. Thursday visitors were Tony Appel of Medical Lake and his daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Krug, of Connell. Mrs. Eleonor Morgan and Mrs. W,o]:fe of Spo- kane were also visitors. Satur- day dinner guests were the Ray Strieff family o Cheney. Gerald Reitmeier of Ogden, Utah, spent the weekend with the Oscar Reitmeiers. On Sat- urd.ay the Reitmeiers attended h.omeeoming ,at Cheney. Wednesday visitors at the Bill MeGourins were Mrs. La- vina Swanson of Waukon, 'and Mrs. John McGourin of Span- gle. The Don Laberts and Dan ,of Cheney were Thursday visitors. Saturday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith and Jeffery of Spolmne. Mr. and Mrs. Jo,lm Lesser of Moses Lake were weekend vis- itors at the Gary Webley 'home. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Von Lehe and family were Sunday dinner guests ,at the Harry Gar- ber home near Re`arden. Saturday supper guests at Claude Beatties. Mr. and Mrs. Jack lurick of Moses Lake overnight at the Ernest iarty home. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mauer and family. Evening v itors were Mr. and Mrs. Self ridge and family. Mr. and Mrs. John and faintly drove t.o Sunday to visit with Mr. Mrs. Harold Heldstab and Mr. and Mrs. Ra'seh Floyd, Pete and Albet were Friday visitors Fred Johnsons. guests were Mabel v" I Nine ,and Nila Hartsel of ney, and Floyd Arp. dinner guests were Henning, Jim and Sttorty, son ,and Floyd Arp. Mrs. Blakesly, who has visiting with Mrs. borney and Mary, left urday for her home in Dr. Wyborney, who s the past week hun, tig friends on the Olympic sula, is now hme. Shop the easy way, Lorie's Beauty Salon 9 a. m. to6 p. m. North 11i Lefevre Street Medical Lake, Wash. Come One --Come All Turkey Dinner Adults $1.50 Childredu'.de;|2.-$| Sponsored by M. L. Booster Club PLACE. Medical Lake HighSchool TI M E: 5-7:30, OCT. 30, 1964 BEFORE CHENEY-MEDICAL LAKE FOOTBALL GAME Jackson for Senate Re-election Committee, John L. Salter, Chairman, 1110 3rd Ave., Seattle Senator Henry M.Jackson 11 serves our country welL_ ' And he serves our state well too/ Senator Henry M. Jackson has a well-deserved reputation as an expert on national defense and foreign affairs. But he's aIso quite an expert on something else--the people, the problems and the potential of the state of Washington. Few men in the history of our state have done more to assure Washington's present prosperity and future growth than Henry Jackson. Water power, atomic power, the aerospace industry, fish- ing, farming, irrigation, shipyards, tourism and outdoor rec- reation-these are the things on which our future depends. Jackson has forged an outstanding record in securing fed- eral legislation that will help our state develop to its full potential. But much remains to be done. It's one thing to stand here in this state and talk about our problems. It's something else again to go back to Washington, D. C. and actually get things done. Jackson has proved he can do it. Let's keep him on the job.., for America and for us. Re-elect Senator Henry M.Jackson DMT