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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, November 5, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway NEW FFA OFFICERS--Pictured from left to right are John Jensen, president; John Woodward, vice president; Jim John- son, reporter; Dave Lidell, treasurer; Lauren McKay, secretary, and Dan Turnbough, sentinel. The Medical Lake chapter of the Future Farmers of America met Oct. 28 to hear a report of the Portland Livestock Show judging contest by Wall y Lab- ish, Don Kukuk and Dan Turnbough. The date for the annual banquet has been set for April 2, 1966. The chapter is mak- ing plans to help a needy family at Christmas time. They will also contact the city of Medical Lake to see if the chapter can help in any way with a city project. LEWISES RETURN FROM LONG TRIP Mr. ,and Mrs. Docke Lewis ave ome after tyro mentks o tmvIing. Erly in Se,pCember they dove to Portland and at- terJded the 25th wed dirg anni- versary of Mr. arid Mrs:. AI aydan. They and friends dova to California and saw tle ledwoods and the recent d&apos;ater area& From there they went to Grinnetl, Iowa, to visit Mr. Lewis' bodrktden sisemr, Mrs. Ol, aey St, see. Be- (rre returning theme they vis- ited in Ahswa'h , Nob., with Mr. mt Mrs. Fred Gardner. HALLOWEEN BIRTHDAY Mike Van Matre, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Matre, celebrated his bkrthdy 'and Halloween last weeken when he and his brother Chuck entertained es ,house guests Steve Woodward and Jack Sorenson. It was Mike's 12th birthday. TRAINING COURSE COMPLETED BY 14 Mr. arid Mrs. EPtern GaTber eterta'med on Oct. 22 with a eoffeee time for 14 gra.dates af the frost 45 Imu In4evice Ting Covse wch yeas in, stituted by Mr. GbeT. Car- tifiotes were presented and [aflelthe course d]scu, ssed by the Down Memory ViSAge workers. Medical Lake- 1936 Medical Lake high sch,o()l 'hMd its canv this eve- ning, Oct. 16. A variety of games a, nd eones)ns hve beam avran, as well as booths v4mre cider and coffee  be s_ki. Mr. ad Mrs. Fazk eO-ist ad an rrd to Slmkat lagt week. Mx.  w era. pmyed ,at the  school. Mr. a Mrs. Sam Brown and  vted M. and Ms. '/kert Brown near Tyler, Stday. 1tss Rasamoml Ross Was absen frn selool several last week staSferiag from an attv2 of quinsy. The high slmal gi re mkirg p"las to org ,, a Girs' AthletLc assoeiatim and a Hme Economics cb. A on yeas D0am to Mr. and Mrs. ary ONon Wednesday Oct. 7. Medical Lake  1955 Bethel 26, Order of Jbbs Dars, will meet Thurs. day erteoArg, Oct. 27, at 7:30, uer the reien of Iatie Wyn, guardan, nd Don Wy- ns, ass(mia,te guardian. Miss Jo Am Second, honored queen will de. Cam'tartaRy curv Lad. is Aid met at the lme of Ms. Vernta FofmvgBI, with Mz. 1obert Solversn asist- ,hstess. nt were Mes- dames Martin, ,Swigat, War- on, I.nImff, H_fill, Keene, Bow. e r, W1tman, Huhirn, Sol- vs0, PothegitI, and Mnnie Paterson. The Rebekah turkey dimmer wiM be Nov. 2 at the Rebkah ,lal. There wi be bingo a'nd aney wrk. Tle ,loxties of St. Am's A1. tar S0ety Wll hve a lake sa}e S., Oct. 22. It is to be hed at both Mirmck's IGA and Swigart's Meacanfie. ,Mr& Marcus   have the Batra Sa" cub at her 0 this Friday evening, Oct. 21, t 8 o'Clock. M. Ernest  and Mrs. John Hen, ni ated the Idlm Rebelh C,nd .ld.ge in (k)eur d' Alerm Oct. 17. Medical Lake -- 1945 M.  Ms. Clyde Jerue wore visitors of Mrs. Valevia Vleria Reas" spen' the ee in Spokane with hex , Frank Bristol. Mts. Frank W}iSn of Pa- lotBe, vlm taught seh(l .here last year, vLsited in Medie,l Lake iVnday. JIake Foas 'of Obewehh vis- it4  the lmme of Mr. and M Raymord Sta:tfle last T,hm'slay. The  Lake high scol baketball teams de- fead the Edwatl Irish st!heel terts -ast Friday. The score for $1m A tem was 55-15, ad f foe B toara, 19-11. ir. ad Mrs. E. T. Woody have resigrmd from the posi- tioqs at the Eastern State hos pital  have purchased the Righ Spot restaurant. LAKELAND HOSTS WCCE CONFERENCE About 150 preson.s were present at he take'land Vil- la.go meetimg of the East Side veion of he WaSlnwtoa Oon terence of Chkt,Caring Insti- tutions, hed Oct. 15. The theme of the workshop ws "The Child Care Worker I- iiates Dia)gue," with Supt. Elevrn Garber ,as the keynote speaker. A panel mderated by GerM Neely of the Spo- k,.ane school district guid,ance cnic, was composed of the Honorable Eswoh G,up, I Mrs. Novma Secrd and Dick Potter. AT THE HIGH SCHOOL 'Back to School Nih" was observed on oday evening at the ,high sChl in honr of AmeriCan ducation Week. Paverts spent the evening at- tending their Children's cass- e& The G ias A2etic ass'n and their .advisor, Ms 1Vhin, spent Nov. 3 at Greeacres at , pay day. On Wednesday evening Mr. Van Mae a,tnded the nth - east det coorclinaing curcil of :he WEA at Deer Park. Medical Lake ot thdw Ib<- lall game at CPaeney  Fri. d*ay eveng 12 to 6. The last game of the, season will be held at Rathdrun on NOv. 5 with Lakelmd ihigh at 8 p. m. The frosh team pays their hst ,gme ,here with Ohewelah at 6 p. m. a Tlmrsda. The hand ,and drill team will take part on Saturday t EW- SC's homecoming activities. The nne week tests, ending the first quarter, will be giv. en n Nov. 4, 5 and 8th. The debate team scared a spit 1-1 with Lberty last week. They will meet River- side Nov. 9. FORMER RESIDENTS RECENT VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Damon Mead, fvmer Medical Lake resi- des, spen a ew days in l town visiting w@h  Ge0ge Palnus nd the  Beck- wyms. On Samay the Pahn. ers were ,hosts at dimmer for the two couples. ML SCHOOL NEWS The Spokane county Music Festival will ,be hed Nov. 10 at lt Valley with the public invited. The Medical Lake band ..ad chorus will take part There w be no sehool on ThvsdasL N,ov. 11, in observ- ance of Veterans day. Nov. 12 and 13 are dates set for he Slolane eonffernce ef the dept. of cssroom teachers commison. The teaching of moral .and ethical vales in the public schools will be disc.us- sod. Five representatives from Medical Lake E,ducation ass'n will attend an, d report: Mrs. Otive Sehmitt, Mrs. Betty Mc- ]Gee, Mr. Van atre, Rev. Charles Bfllu:gs and Mr. Gil- broth. HOT LUNCH MENU ord'ay  Johnny Mazet- fi casserole, cambati,on vege- table sMad, arlic or ptain bread, fruit cocktail pudding arid milk. Tuesday -- French onion soup, crackers, peanut butter or butter sandwich, mainated beets, pineapple upside down cake and milk. Wednesday -- Turkey de- light over polices, bishop's bread, bu, tter, perfection salad, i apple wedges and milk. Thursday -- No school. Friday -- Tune,rice I)il,oH, glazed carrots, cucumber speas, Whole Wheat bread, butter, fulge brownies, garde spot peaches ad milk. CLASS HAS VISITORS The adult ed, ucation casS meeti,ng at the vocaional ag- rieuRure dept., at Meical Lake high school lind a spe,c- Pal guest visit the class last Thursday. Ir. O. C. Loreen of WSU ,arid a state supervisor of voaio!al agriculture, as. sists in the meeham and fi- notating ,of adu'lt arid ,high sc.lool vocational ugriculture programs in eastern Washing- ton. JOBIES SCHEDULE SPAGHETTI FEED The Job's Daughters will hold a spaghetti feed n Nov. 12 from 4:30 until 6:30, the public is invited. A meeting for members wit1 ollv at 7 p. m. Wlma the grand guardian, I_aine Greenman of Seattle, will be honored. ATTENDS MEETING Mrs. Barbara Racon attend- ed he Saturday meeing at Kermwick of "WORLDS," the WaShington! Organ,hztion fr Reading Deveonen. AMBULANCE "ILL" Myr Deton reTorts t,ha the ambulance has been out of order d is in Spokane await- ing epairs, but .lat the Bal- lnce's staon wagon as been standing by fr any ener- ge#ey. VETERAN NURSE STARTS RETIREMENT With almost 38 years of ser- vice behind her, Mrs. Mude Ittberer retired from rmrs- ing service at Eastern State tmspital .on Friday. She was honored with a party .by pat- ients on her wmd nd then again with a coffee Imur by fellow employees. They pro- set, ted her with a transistor raio. Mmde plans to rest and do ,some travel, rag. SPECIAL For  new Tri-ChemChrimas catag ,d sues, cll Katherine Hol{oway. 299-3290. a29m12 CALL FOR BIDS TOWN OF MEDICAL LAKE Notice is hereby given that the Town Caurcll of the Town of Medical Lake, Wahlngton, will accept sealed bids for furnishing the Town of Medical Lake with a new oliee ear. Specifications are on file at the Town Hall with the Town Clerk for puhlie inapection. Each bid must be accompanied by bid proOoal deposit in the form of a cashier's cheek, laotal money order, or surety bond to the Tow Council for a sum ot less than 5% of the amount of the ]aid. Bids may be filed with the Town Clerk or the Town Council up until 8:30 p. m. on lovember 17, 1965, at which time they will be publicly opened by the Town Council. Faye Hllbrt, Town Clerk Town of Medical Lake (Oct. 29-Nov. $) Thanks, Voters for your support on my election as director for District 3, Medical Lake School District, at the elec- tion on Tuesday. George Spilker SCHOOL BOARD TO MEET NOV. 8 The Me4ieal Lake school board will meet at 7:30 Mon- day evemng in the elenlen- tory school building rather than on Nov. 9. GIRLS ON TOUR OF HOSPITAL TUESDAY Fifty girls fro Holy Names made a tour on Tues- day ,of Eastern State hospital. This same grau,p ast yar ws esponsible or presenrting phnte',rs to the latie,nts on Val- entine s day. On Wednesday the IAdgerwood EUB c'hreh ve wad parties for both men nd women. VETS TO ELECT Vrld War I Barracks and Auxiary No. 2963 wili meet Nov. 9 for election of offices arid paymen of dues. The men will .serve refres, hments. ROXIE GRUB HONORED AT BRIDAL SHOWER The home of Dorma Peter- san Wars the scene of a bridal shower hon,oring Rox, ie Grub, i w]o will be married n Nov. 126 to Rich Cornmes:ser of Span- :l,e. Tables we.re decorated with a tiMIoween motif. Elf- :teen were present witch co-hos- tesses being Vi M,orse, Sandra Danielson and Brenda  Nile,s. HALLOWEEN IS QUIET Mayor Denton thanks boys and gMs in Medical Lake, forr the orderly way in which they l conducted ttmmselves over the al}oween weekend. Nv one m'sehievous incident was re- I ported. May parties were i hem and much trick or treat- !ing done. At Lakeland ViHage the has and rooms were ,cleveNy decorated by the at-I tenda:nts ,and open house was hed. r. and Mrs. Horsey Burt ad Mr. ond Mrs. Cl, aude Beat- tie attended a sm.ovgashord at WoNey, Idaho, Saturday eve- aing. On Sundtay the Beatties atterd'ed a birthday dinner in h'onor ,of their 12 year old grandson, David Gissetberg, in Spokane. Morchy visitors at the Clar- ence Dobbirs home were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sherwood of EIa, Wash. Mrs. Lora Kaasa o,f Seattle was an ,overni,ght gue of the Ernest Ahl,fs one n,i,ht ht week. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Faneher, Mr. and Ms. Gordwn WiSkes and Mrs. Jessie Strewn of Spokane. The Fmehevs ,are from M> deso, Calif. The Bud Alfs spent several weeks visiting with frien4s at Astoria and Warrenlan and with the Bud Ablenns at Crescent ty, . Mr. md Mrs. 5otm Buchan- an ,of StmMane we,re Sund, ay visitors ,at the Ben Morgan hmne. The St. Timothy's Bpiseo, Espan01a WORK PLANNED The Valley drill tea will presont the Uird aad fottrth degrees at Espanaa grange on Nov. 12. All grargers in the area are welcovne to bring their candidates. There will be a grange rally at PIaza Nvv. 8, at which tme Espa,ola members will help with the program and at the supper. The Espano.a W,ornen's club hem heir rammage sale in Spokane Thursday and are makirg pans for another in the spring. Anyone having itens to donate is asked to eorta,et members for a pickup. WILLMS CHILDREN OBSERVE BIRTHDAYS Kat.ee,n WiLlms, who eel'e- brated her seventh birthday on aoween and her brother, Roger, who was one year od the 28th, were honored guests for diimer at the Marvin Will, ms on Saturday evening. GueSs were Mr. and Mrs. Ce- cil Jhns, on and Randy o,f Othello, Mr. ,and Mrs. Dave Henning .of Waukon and Mr. ,,nd Mrs:. A1 Wil'lms. TRAVELER RETURNS Dave and Minnie Peerson met Mrs. Ran Peterson at the airport o,n Wednesd, ay eve- nin, g. She had spent twv months in the East. She trav- eled by ,air to Washirgon, D. C., Co rmecticut, Wsconsn and Minnesota. Ater sperng the night here on Thursday, Mm- zie and Dave took her to her new residence. t awthorn Retirmement He:me in Sp,o- kane. She trad lived or many years at Deer Park. The Jack Coswe family dove to Deer Park on Sun4a7 to 'have .dinner with the Dick Wims; family. Mr. and Mrs. ovdon Hodg- son ,aad Wayne also dove to Deer Park to S,laend Sunday with the John Hodgsn& Lyle Hodgson spent the weekend Guild met M:onday e.,ening at the home f Mrs. Wker with Mrs. Don Stites as coestess. Teeh. Sgt. William MeKvn and three chitdren le Sun- chy or Anchor, age, ,Alaska, where ,he wi be ationed wih the Air Force. Mrs. Mc- Kown is stil in the FairChild tmpsil but will join hem as son as she is well.. The Fran Llewelyn family were Sunday 4inner guests o,f the Don Rown a, mily at Tekaa. Mrs. Jeanne Rider is in Sac- red Heart hospital where she will have surgery this week. Mrs. Richard Rider is spend- ing some time at the Rider home. Pe.per at Waukon. Having Sunday dinner in Wilbur wih the Charles Hoyts and Henry Kucken'buchs were Mr. ,and Mrs. Bill McGourin and Amanda Alberts and Ren- zil McLMn. Mr. and Mrs Jake Strieff visited ,one day iast week with the CaN John,sons. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs:. Bu,rton Sobek and daughters of Waukon we,re vis- itors. Katherine Ho}oway and Penny attended the Sunday corfirmation services for Don- na Iarris a the Emmanuel Lutheran church in Chancy. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thie- mens and family of Sgokane were Sunday dinner guests at the Reinhard Th4emens home. Dr. Eugene Wyborney leit Thursday for a weekend o hunting with friends on the Olympic peninsula. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manke were Sunday supper guests o,f Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mul]en and family in Spok,ane. On Wednesday the Fred 5ohsons drove Mrs. Broder- ick to her home ,at Deer Park after a visit with als'o visited at the hospital with StaNey Sunday dinner guests J, ohnsons were Mr. Del J0hnson of Deer th,e afternoon the visited with the iMoores ,at Hayford. The !sons entertained ning wih a for Mabel, Bob and sel, Floyd Hansel, Don brock, Dec Davis and and Luella Kuhn, Jim. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Lebe returned o,I1 from a week's trip them through s,outhern Ran,o, Lake Tahoe, Sun and Pendleton , and vi:siting with anne, Cindy and tod guests ,of the sons wle their away. Suniday dinner the Von LObes were the sons. Migration gains in popuhtion between 1980 will include 87 percent; California percent; Arkansas, 5.1 cen,t; and Orego.n, cent. My Appreciation to the school patrons of Cheney dis" trict for their expressions of confi' dence in me at Tuesday's school dis" trict election. Roy Miller Your support ap. in electing me as director of district No. 5 of Medical Lake School District. I will put forth my best efforts to be worthy of your confidence. Oscar Musser FOr Fazt Srvte$ on Printing . . . The Free Press PrtnthoP 7 WAYS '66 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe-- with crisp-lined new Body by Fisher 1. NEW TURBO-JET V8's. Three versions of this re- markably efficient engine are available, with ratings of 825 hp, 390 hp and 425 hi). 2. RICHER NEW IN- TERIORS. 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