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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, November 6, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway WILLIAM CAROL JR. COMPLETES ARMY COURSE Army Pfc William R. Carol Jr., whose parents live at 220 N. Hallett, Medical Lake, was graduated from the 8th Infan- try Division non-commissioned officer INCO) academy at Baumholder. Germany, Oct. 3. Carol received four weeks of rigorous training in leadership and exercise of command, map reading, the history of weap- ors and military teaching methods. The 19-year-old soldier is regularly assigned as a missile repairman in the 181st ordin- ance detachment near Miesau, Germany. He entered the Army in June 1963, completed basic training at Fort Ord, Calif., and was stationed at Redstone Arsenal, Ala., before arriving overseas last April. Carol was graduated in 1963 from Medical Lake ttigh School. Recent gues.ts of Mr. al Mrs. Ira McKay and were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kay of San Diego, Cali,f. vin is McKay's son. They ed other Northwest sce] spots during their visit. HIGH SCHOOL ELECTS JOHNSON Mr. Smithpeters, States history teacher, ducted a mock election day .at the high school. It patterned after the election, using electoral with President Johnson 456 votes to Goldwater's There will be no Wednesday in observance Veteran's Day. The first qu, arter of erds today, with report coming out Thursday. On Wednesday Mrs. and 12 girls of the Girls letic AssociatLon attended dance day at Greenacres ior High School. On Tuesday nine of the student council will tend the Northeast Ass'n of Student Councils EWSC. CARDINALS IN TIE Medical Lake has ended in :a threeway tie for place in the Northeast League football standin,gs. Valley and Chewelah h,onors, with Colville takin first pl, ace with rm losses. Cardinals wen over Cheney i]riday evening, 31-14. Bill Stimsor, played an out- standing defensive game, with ]l tackle to Iris record. In the first quarter Medical Lake scored a.t the three min- ute mark with a 22 yard pass from Bell to Tarrant and again on 'a 15 yard run by Bell. Both kick attempts failed. In the second period he again scored and Mike Shen- kel made a 64 yard run on a pass from Bell to score. Tar- rant made 65 yards and scored and Simoneaux made the kick. Carl Liggins made the best run of the evening with 92 yards but had it called back. There was n,o scoring in the third quarter. In the fourth iLouie Evans scored on a 31 yard run from a pass by Bell. The team meet De Sales of Walla Walla at 1:30 Saturday far a non-conference game to end the football season. day at 8 p. m. in the City Hall. Election of officers will be imld. Loyal Chapter of OES will hold a short meeting and then visit Marlha Chapter at Che- ney Monday evening. St. Timothy Guild met Mon- day at the home of Evelyn Durfee to make mincemeat to sell. Anyone interested may call the Durfees, Ann Sonne- born or Pearl King. The Missionettes of the As- sembly of God church met Monday evening to roller skate. Attendin were Barbara !\\;!dare, .andy Van Darn, 'Charlene Rider, Candy and Lonnie Clark, Linda Simons, [Evelyn Landreth, Mary Ma- 'lone and Dorothy Shirm. Ac- companying them were Mrs. Mary Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Staton and the Clar- ence Riders. Nov. 2 at the Deaconess Hospi- tal. She weighs six pounds and 0 ounces. At the home are Tam, Nicky and Buzzie. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Nye are the parents of a son, Rodney I,'ichard, born Oct. 31 at Dea- coness. He weighed in at seven pounds and nine ounces. A girl, Kathleen Michelle, was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson, also at Dea- coness. She weighed seven and eight i pounds ounces. FESTIVITIES PLANNED The Medical Lake School will sponsor a holiday decora- tion class in the vocational ag- riculture department in early December. At present 40 per- sons have enrolled, which will make it necessary to split the class into two evenings, set for Dec. 3 and 10. Johnny Ortner of Ortner's Flowers will be on hand to in- struct the classes in making Christmas decorations. Those enrolled have their choice of making a door swag, candle centerpiece or an original cen- terpiece. All materM is fur- nished wtfll a choice of tradi- tional or pastel colors. SHIRLEY MODELS Shirley Stutheit, a student at Esther School of Beauty, was a model for the hair style show at the Davenport Hotel. PERSONAL MENTIONS Attending the Booster din- ner Friday evening were Mr. -rod Mrs. Neff Humbert and and Mrs. Sam Sunderland Cheney and the Claude Gar- ners of Medical Lake. Later in the evening they visited with the Locke Lewises. Weekend visitors at the home of Maude Dittberner were Mr. ,and Mrs. H. C. Van Darn of Pasco. Mrs. Frank Shaw is visiting from her home at Bremerton with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butts. Mrs. Butts has been in St. Lukes Hospital for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morgan were Sunday dinner guests of Lottie Morgan in Cheney. Mrs. Anna Murray ,and Mrs. tlelen Finson and family drove to Colville Sunday to ,have din- :net with the Donald Murray 'family Mr. ,and Mrs. Harley Hontz and family were Sunday din- i ner guests of the Forrest C]arks. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Nic- colle of Spolane were weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holliday Sr. have returned from a two week trip along the Oregon and California coasts. The Ab Griffiths are at home now after a vacation with the Lawrence Griffiths of e FROM THE PAST Medical Lake  1924 Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Terry and family left for Lewiston where Mr. Terry will open a wholes:ale-retail paint and pa- per store, tie operated a store Spokane. They drove to Cres- cent City, Calif., and to Kalam- ath Falls, where they visited :with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rudi- i sill. Theo Niekelson of Coulee City spent Tuesday and Wed- nesday with the Lem Hillbrick family. Jess Higgins, former resi- dent of this area now living at i Deer Lake, is in the Veterans Hospital in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney John- son spent two weeks visiting with Mr. ar, d Mrs. James Sea- bat at Long Beach, with Ern- ,at Four Lakes for several years. A case of scarlet fever is re- ported from Mallov Prairie. Albert Rosenau has'been sick for a week but is improving. Mrs. Meda Gilkey of Medi- cal Lake, mother of C. A. Gil- key of Cheney, was called to De,nver by the serious illness of another son. Medical Lake  1954 Miss Theo Hall was honored with a ]v.ncheon Thursday giv- en by Miss Dffie Scholer. Guests were Mines. Lizzie Lu- !ders, Nellie Lefevre, Lel,a Le- fevre, Elsie Svenson, Carrie Palmer Worthington, May Mes- singer, Edith Wilkes, Capitola Jerue, Ruby Gray, Jean L. Brown, Minnie Harwood, Ruth Dudley, Mattie Gruber, Ira Kirchhoffer, Theresa Pedigo, Nona Hutchinson and Lida Fishback. est Swenson and girls at Hay- I Members of Re,bekah lodge ward and with Mr. and Mrs. ]who visited the Cheney Re- Ralph Clatlin of Seappoose, I bekah meeting Wednesday eve- Ore. I ning were Mr. and Mrs. Ritten- Mr. and Mrs. John Larson!house, Mrs. Max Glasgow, Mr. spent some time fishing all and Mrs. ,)ames Glasgow, Mrs. Westport and Ilwaco. He Tripp, Mrs P. Lefevre, Mrs. brought home three large sil- ver salmon, one weighing 10 and a half pounds dressed and the other two weighted eight and a half pounds each. Mon- day evening dinner guests were Rev. and Mrs. Harris Shane of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer have returned from a three week trip to Hot Springs, Mont. The Clark Coles spent the weekend in Kendriek with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Freytag. Visiting with the Frank Bak- ers during the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baker and Mrs. Ola Baker and Robert, all of Moses Lake. Mrs. M:ariam Salene:aux of Independence, Ore., is visiting with the John Balls and will stay in their home while the r are on vacation. ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED Married ,on Oct. 29, 1914, at her farm home on Indian Prairie, Mrs. Walter Van Lehe 'came with her husband to live on a farm near Waukon and some 40 years later they moved to Medical Lake to make their home. On Sunday they cele- brated their 50th wedding an- niversary uith a dinner at the Holid'ay Inn. A double bell cake in yellow and gold, baked i by Jean MeMitlan, was the een- ter of attraction. Guests were the Earl and Loren Van Lehe fa,milies, Alma Knospman, Ella Mae Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Baker, Mabel Vandeberg, Jack Baily, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lundberg of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Kirb Sooy of Cheney. Lester Lefevre and Mrs. Har- wood. The L. R. Anderson general merchandise store opened on Monday and has been doing a good business. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rose- nau are living on the Eber Bly ranch. The Bly family has moved to the Klowander place which they recently purchased. Billie Gatewood celebrated his 13th birthday Thursday. Funeral services were 'held Saturday for William H. Wil- kerson, who passed away Thursday. He is survived by his wife, Lillie, who has been employed at the hospital for several years. Darlene Scheel, 4-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Seheel, received ,an engraved silver loving cup in the recent Sears-Roebuck baby contest. Medical Lake  1944 Funeral services for Oha:rles Marion White were held Ot. 20. He is survived by oe s:on, V. O. White of McCall, Ida,ha and one daughter, Mrs. Evan- geline Bordan. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Berkey (Mary Jane Haynes) are par- ents ,of a boy born recently. Students on the ,high school honor roll are Ca'olyn Abey, Darrell and Roy Itolliday, Ted IIussey and Marjorie Young. Medical Lake 1934 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Sloan are parents o a girl born Oct. 23. The Medical Lake Chamber of Commerce passed a res,o- East Cheney By Anna Phillips GRANGE MEETS East Cheney Grange this evening at 8 p. next card party is Nov PERSONAL MENTIONS Duane Buddrius of spent three days last his grandparents, Mr. Clarence Davis, ,and Mrs. Phillips. Mrs. Celia Kelly led her daughter, Mrs. I Shaw, Wayne and Sandpoint last ry Dicky of Spokane caller at the Frank Celia Kelly home last Joyce Labish weekend with Sharon of Spokane and ish was a Saturday guest of Nancy Mrs. Joe Labish honored Joe Labis,h sqrprise birthday Saturday evening. ent were Mr. and I,abish and family, Mrs. John Labish and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mr. and Mrs. Erve Lenert of Wisconsin Anna Labish of Mt. Cards were played freshments served. Mr. and Mrs. ton spent last n!ng vith Mr. and Mrs. Peterson and baby of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spokane were las,t ning dinner guests of Mrs. Chester Phillips lly. Mrs. Helen Boots and visited Miss Minnie Mrs. Vada Thibacalt kane last Sunday. evening Mr. and Mrs. Miller f Davenport the Garnett Boots B,ogts of Washougal eraI days last week as of his brother, Garnett and lLs parents, Mr. Ray Boots. l lution to support the bo,nd issue for a g :c dition to the Medical mentary hool. Mrs. Bob honored with a baby given by Mrs. Harry Marlene Llewellyn Secord. Give Them A Now is lhe time for drivers to take it schools, reminds the ton State Safety the kids a brake Shop the easy way, "WHY DIDN'T WE CALL HIM DADDY SAM?" Some nations might have called him "Daddy" Sam. Not America. The people who wrote our Con- stitution decided that our Federal Government should not be a Great Father. They limited its role rather strictly, to assure freedom and opportunity for individuals. One result has been America's unparalleled record of industrial achievement.., and we're part of one good example-the investor- owned electric power industry. 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