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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Fiday, November 12, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway MEDICAL LAKE I M M U N IZATION S NOVEMBER 17TH An immunization cinc will start at 9:3) a. m. W, Nov. 17, at tie Me4ical Lale leschool cnter in e ele- mentary sclool bufldimg. vaccine for polo is avaable for infants, Children and lults; the diphtheria- wbo0@4a cou.gh-tetmms for in- fans begirmg at six mnths ,and children throfh three years and over, with boosters for these of hgh school age ad for ad, tflts. Smaloox vc- ciatAons also wiLtl be given. Sabin oral p0,o punch will be avaihe for irants begin- nirg at three months of age, and pro-school children. EACH HAS 25 YEARS Ms. Evelyn Appel al Em- ity Peln were lmored with 25 year p&apos;ms ,at the ,awards baaqtwt held in the d.ing room at Lakend ViRage Nov. 4. Many other 20, 15 and 10 year pins were given. Visitirg Sunday and over- 1fi.ht at the Darl Swarsns were Mr..n,d Mrs. Ma;hlon Bei'ls .of Pl, ans, Mont. CUB SCOUTS REORGANIZE Twentyone boys met la Wednesday at the city ha to re<xrfaize because of tack of leaders. The boys  all he in one den with leaders bing Nellie Wood, Georgia Smith Peters, She.ton Bates and Je- anne South. Mrs. Inmjee T'l wi/l have Charge of the Webe- los SVou. AnT ,boy fr,on the age of ght to 10 ad a 'half ny j,oin the Cubs  Wednes- daay. Next week tey have a x*i'sit to a nearby dairy llanned, i STUDENT HONOIED Steve Iug as 'h0n.ored by tim University of Wasngto Iwhen he was a,sked  atterM the ,h,beml arts seminar Oct. 29-31 at Ross Point Baptist center ner Pos Vails. He was selected from tim Medical Lake high so!heel. ADJUSTMENT ISN'T EASY Lale1and Village's comm. ity pMeemen program ha ong been recognized as a very important ard e.nouaing please of the larger institutio'n- al program. However, the for- mer Lakehrd residents Wlm are on work ptacemeni and tle' j,ob supervisors are very much aare of the fact that community adjtstment isn't always an easy natter after hlavn,g spent tong yem-s i>n the Down Memory Lane Once the work day is fin- ihed, the young man or worn- Medical Lake -- 1955 Jimmy pplegate, 39, was fatally ,inj,ured Monday when he aempted to take a gun away rom a Etgee, Ore., jfl escapee in Gorwllis, Ore. Mr. mid Mrs. Clark Merri- man of Oheney wre keats for a bir*kday party Fridasr eve- fing homering their grandson Tey Mevriman of Spokane. were Mr,. and Mrs. Bud A'I, Perry and D0ma, Mr. nd Mrs. Ernest Ahl, Ms. Edith Wilkes, Mr. al Mrs. B. Mervmr and sons Terry and Timmy. GeaRne R,lmades of tfard became the bride of Gary Stutheit at (k)eur d'Alene on Saturday. Gwy is tle sou of Mr. ami Mrs. Har- old StuheR of Espamoh and aetented Mediea Ike h0gh ohool. Mr. mad Mrs. C. O. Srede arid Emma ,ad Clyde Jerue re- turned Ot. 23 from their n- zma deer ,huting trp. The Sa<les  their 4e but Em- ma is s.' Iooldng and hping. Hu,tig was poor due t'o the Mte very  weatimr and the ds rumng the deer in the ov color, try. Mr. and Mrs. ly Swtgart, My. and Mrs. Hve Beck and vs. Mnie Aue of Spokane vare Su'rday guests of Mr. and Mas. Bud Swigart. ,Emer Sigfred, Jack Bown and Jnes Oornutt lte bema staying at the Jerue ,ome the past month. Medical Lake  1945 r. ad Mrs. Frank Shaw ad Allan visited at the Roy Butt ,home  weekexM. Mr. Shaw sails Nk. I0 HOlmlu wtmre he ml As hrher ave ,godg nto ,busi- lmss. Mrs. Shaw will remain here fr a time. Cma and lta Fuer en- tertained at a Halowe'en par- ty Oct. 31 at their hmae for aa"t Cummings, Vehna Wise, Rosemary Watson, Jean avid lWagaret Artimr and Oi- ta Stiller. ,Mrs. E. L.  and LixMa epfmrt.ined at a Ha'llze'ea party last Frida everdng for Mx. Jack Ht and Jabmny, Mrs. Virgil Grier, &ary and Virginia, Mrs. Lyle Fusn md Jae, Mrs. SheMon Vauhn ,nl Noel, axed Jdy Heyev. Medical Lake  1936 An eg pound boy was beraa Oct: 25 to Mr. and Mrs. Wlim Roseau at Sacred Heart h>ital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bick- ing returned Sundy evening frn a weekend trip to Seattle. l@r. ad Mrs. O. F. Eaton and Phyta;ts haw moved Ix Spolmne and PhFllis is rmw ag North Cen- tral  schl. Faar, k O. Butterfield, 63, a restden of Medical Lake the pa 10 years, died of a stroke slmrfl, after 9 p. m. Tuesday at s ,ome. He was : gab&met at Ezern Ste ,ls- pitE A mg  muwi,a)re are his wife mad a stev im Nt4xas- ka. Bids for the cmsletion of a ,new gymnusiuan roof ,have been opened and ,sent o Olym- pia before the ,contract is accorded. The school distrit-t will .put up $200 and the state $600. . George Crewdson of Jerome is visiting t the lmme of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hanson of Espao. Mat and Mrs. Dick ne nd children of Spokane were victors a the Sam Brown home Sunday. a often faces lonely tmues by! himself. It isn't easy to know where to go for recreation and fun ,and it 't Mwys easy to et to the destination witlmut transporton. As a practical answer to this problem, the YWCA of Spokane has offer- ed a meeting place and their facilities to the use of a rec- emly 'gnized ,group of eght Women on placement in Spo- ]ane from Lakehnd. The group, og'ized by Sharon Berh'n, Lakehnd case- wker, kolds 'bimnhl nmeffng at the Y. The p'2mme of bri#ag the girs together in a group was to provide tlmm with the rtmy to discuss camron prohMms tha they all have been faced with on thei glacemen aad to share with each other the ben- eits of tlehr individual in- s.igh ,as to low to "get aong on the outside" ,as well as to give them the oppoa, tttnity to ,have some fun and to gror in tlir social competency. The results, so far, ae seen as be'rag very eeouraging. HOLD HOOTENANY Twenty Ferrs 'high schvol students from Spokane e,nter- tained at Eastern State Hospi- ta,1 with a hooCe.rry a,nd pop= corn feed on Sunday. On Wednesday evening the Pi Phi Omega philmthvapic group from Eastern Washing- ton Sta Cogege, with Jean Reed a chairman, began their volunteer work. Iteden wio have Novem- ber birthdays  be Imvxxred with a ward ,party on 1ov. 12 by ,the Dvenort post of the VFW Auxry. The Saaten A:.vmy service league will alsc gve a at party tls week. DISTRICT MEET PLANNED NOV. 14 WorId War I Vetev.s are reminded to attend the pot- luck itmch 'at 12:30 an Nov. 14 with a meeting to falw at 2 p. m. This 1 be ,hem at E. 2938 Diamond Ave., Hillyad. HOT LUNCU Mbnday  Chicke noodle soup, devill egg sandwich, i cdary sticks, dried prunes, gingerbread nd whipped cream and milk. Ttmsflay  Fuffy meat '10f, buttered spirmch, bread and butter, ros' , ap- plemce and rnk. Wednesday -- Hungarian gulash, cottage cheese=, co. fee bread and buter, fruk and Ink. Thm, sday -- @rouad round tsSere, lettuce wedge wh 1000 Iand ng, bread nd btter, baked ctrstm and mt. Fxidy  Oven Freah fries arid aCztp, ma or cheese sandwich, lmttered cam, chef ry ebler and n. I"WHAT ARE PARENTS FOR" The boare ,heading is the ti- tM of the tape recordng rade recery of sveral of the  the elementary' scF aml will be used in the PTA open hose discussion on Nov. 15 at 8 p. m. Reference books and reag devices will be on display. Hel Fin- t son will give the inspirational raesge.  will be cmpes !night with dmtble pahs given in the room eouaa for each of the parents lyresen. The chiklren of the elemen- tary :school will see eat- merit titled, "Sam, the Chimp" fat the Monday m, ornia - hty. Sam came to the United States at the age of tmee months rom Africa. He wl be shown by Henry Spister for the NraOntall Sc',lool Assem- bly Fmgrm. ! Mrs. Sid John,'n, aevom- ied Mr. and Mrs. Bud Rev', for a few days of visRing with the lp.h C2ins at Hod Iiver, Ore. Sudy visitors at the avvy Wilkes home were Mr. and lr. L. R. MeLeod of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Ja, ck McGee have moved into their new tmme ,on Silver lale. Vi,stig with the McGees during the' past few weeks were Mr. and Mrs. O. Erdman of La $ola, Calf., Mr. ad Mrs. O. E. Erd- man, Jr., ,of Tacoma and Mrs. S. C. McGee of Everett. Mrs. Gl,adys Boher of Snd- point spent several days kst week with the Jay Wood fam- ily. Friday the Woods anti rs. Booher drove to Sandpoint to spend the weekend. Mrs. Ann Srmeorn enter- t ant<l one afterrmon hst week with a coffee time hon- oring Mrs. Richard Hedge, who is leavirg for Iansas to make her home while her us- bared is overseas. Mrs. Charles Peerson was also horored as she is leaving for Forida with her hus,band, who is retiring. Mrs. Joanne Rider came lreme from the Sacred Heart hospital Mon, chy ater s'urge en Ttmrsday of hst week. Mrs. Wi'liam asdick, John, Mary Jane and Ruthie arrived at the Soa,neborn ,hone from I,erg Island. They ]l,an to make thekr ,home here with Mr. Gasdick arrivi.rg later. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mor- g.a,n aud Lonie of Spokane ure Sun@ay dinner guests a the Locke Lewis tmme, latex visRing with the Don Wynias and the Ben M, ovgans. Mr. and Mrs. Clmde Mhee had a viSit of their grandson, Danny Tron, who is wifh the USS Cnflation at Braer- ton, fl Mrs. Arthur Tryon and Susan of Trentwed. Bob Llu-lyn of Everett spent the wekend with his parents, the Frn Llewellyns. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Will- iams of Brooklyn arrived Sat- uday to :spend some time with Ed tkmse mily. Dornie Staford, who fires heon ill with rheumatic fever, begun hs work for th year in the fifth rade. All his hssmates are bgappy tel have him well and back in school. Espanola News By Katherine Hoi|oway HALL BEING REMODELED The Espanoa grangers are busy working on their meet- ing room i,n the grange ,l. They are fixing the oof, mend- ing and refiniSng the floor and ,puffing ,,, ,,up wall board. The loe to lve it in shape by YYiday eveg when they i will hest other granges for the _first  secortd degree Work [ ybvlthe aley drill team. grangers ,are invited to take part. Edm Reitmeier relxreset- ed tke Espaola Wmon's dub on Fvida at the Spokane Co. .ex.termion cltfls oounl mee- mg at the Darigold building. !YOUNG FOLATHER i Abott 30 friends of Jaclmuan gathered at 'hs lmme cn iEri@ay evenmg after the _octbl gne, whieh ws the of the season fur n. hey enjoyed a chli feed. SUBSTITUTE MAIL CARRIER I-ward Kq)pe, the mail. mn!, is on ,lgleave for a umath, : with Mrs. Domm Musser tak- ing the route While he is va- tinning. This should give 'him some time to get some hunL drm. He spent one dy last week duck lmntirg with Ct Jo*kms. JACKMAN INJURED Hugh Jackma suffered a deep cut on ,his thig on Wed- Imsday while butchering at Ms tmme. He  under a d2r's care and is gettirg ,bout on cru?p3es. CIRCLE MEETS The Esther circle of e Medical Lake Lutheran churda met 'at tlm .frame of Ethd Itmke on Wedneschy. A*bot SPECIAL For a new Tri-Cmm Obristmas catag and supplies, ell Katherine Holoway. 299.3290. o29m12 FOR RENT or tw bed:room fur- V/ished ,hoe, Fairchild area, hrge yard, ideal for couple. Amanda , 299-3889. n12 Four Lakes el here with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pend el. Saturday they By Mrs. Sidney Larson j al j,oined Brbara Matash fvr dinn, er at the Pddpath h- CATTLEMEN'S FUN NIGHT it el. Attenrg the Spokane Co.. I Fe Four Lakes PTO wfl CaVemen s ass'n fun night at lmeet Nov. 17 and wi d'scuss the city hall in C hewey were I the money making pojevt Mr. a,nd Mrs. lobert V. ReR- they have decided on, the sale meier, Mr. and Mrs. Robert of candy in canisters. ReRmeer, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kukuk, Mr. arid Mrs. Herman WiRms ad Mr. and IVlrs. Ru,sell Mace. Mrs. Grace Gray ealed on Ms. Sara Kirklatrick last week and Mrs. Hazel Powel called Saturday an her mt'h- or. BRIDAL SHOWER Lirda Rei'tmeex gave a 'bridal shoer lst week at her home for Miss Itoxie Grub, bride-elect of Rick C(nmesser of Spangle. Sixteen guests former elamates, a*teIde the shower. HUB CLUB Last Friday the Spokane Co. council of homemakers met a the I)arigold buildg. Mrs. Bu,ce Otiver from the Four Lakes cl,ub was elected coun- cdl lresident or 1966. Mes- dames Bruce Oliver, Nick Hai- dey, Bernard Kline, Lawren,ce SChrmdt, Lloyd Love,H, Anna Erfurth a'ad Leon Barrick at- terded the meetimg. Next club meetirg will be Nov. 16, a week early de to l Than:lsgiving at the home fl Mrs. Leon Darrick. The pro- !jeet will be Christmas and the members are to candles bring their ,own equipment Also they ,are to bring deas fgr making Clristmlas gifts. Nov. 18 is the date of a PTA "'me a dip" dinner at the Suntset sclool. Paren,ts atd friends of the seventh and eighth graders a:e Slenoring the affair. The dinner is at 6 and a program w,l #oltw. Mr. and Mrs. Lena Barrick ad :mily went to Wala WI- la Saturday and visited hey mother, Mrs. H. L. Davis, re- turn,g home Sunday evening. Mrs. Esther Grimes of Seat- te i visiting with her friend Gretchen oser. Other callers a :Mrs. Moser's Mst week were Mr,. and Mrs. Frank Rogers arid Mrs. Grace Gray. Mr. ,and Mrs. Herb Andrews ad sons from Kent viSited lt weekerd with Mrs. FAmine Canning and M's. Mser. l .Mr. and Ms. ald Soott and family, 'also from Kent, spent the weekend wth Hrol,d's' parers, Mr. ai Mrs. Rbert Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Cl. ,arenee Ever- son of Seafle spent the week- eight ladies Were presen,ted for Bible study arid to discuss the p ha-s ov thed bazaar, which wil be Ihel, d in the  halt Nov. 15 at 1:30. A pouck for anyone interested  foow at 6:30. Ibin M,oarty had ls ten- sils removed Thursday of last week at the Pau'lsc medical h, opstl. Mrs. Moriarty ws a Thursxhy overmg visitor at the Lee PeImitmick lome in Stmkane. An'rm Hodgson aomlvaied the Paul Sathers to C,lee Dm on Eray to visit with the Glynon Sathers. Fred Kulm was a Stmday dinaer guesis of the HocgSons. xit .v amaxhy with Dr. nd Mrs. Claude,, Nlm at Chenoy. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. M ulem arid cIdren of Spokane were Sundy dimmr guests of the Rid Mazes. Mrs. Da DOhene of Spo- kane s spenng a few days with the Earl Von Lhe fam- ily. Oe Sehraitt is spendi t he week at the Jack Cggswell home. Oscar Reitmeier atteed the Davenport IAvestk meet- g. ,on Mmdy eve. Mrs. rmeier visited with Mr. md Mrs. Bb Tarbe near Daven- port. On Saturday the ReR- meters aed :Mr. and Mrs. Steve G, Reed Reavis and Cu Deb2ing. er to the lmmecom'mg game t WhitwoVth. These young folks were Sunday dinner .guests o the leimeea-s. Stmday eve- r&ag Visitors were Mr. md Mrs. Bob Reitmeier rtd nda. ,lVr. ,and Mrs. Ron Arlevson, wo lived in the house aear Amah /k]a, ,are a lmuse in SImne  tmv moved to town. ,M. Anita .Murin viSited on. Wednesday with Mrs. Cris Jormson in pokane. Sm,ay eveng Ltors 'at the Me. Gou "rins were the Don I.a. bes of Cheney. ,Ms. Lavin Swanson errter. rained with :four tames of bridge for the Edwl brth- day ehab oR Wednesday. On Tuesy she attended the Bridgees ctub at the ,hmne of Eveisr Fiess. Sand'ay dinner guests at the Swansons were Mr. and Mrs. Duke SWarson of Reardan arid Cheryl Krupke. Evening visitors were Doari son, Les WilSon, non, Doug ard Ted Fritsch and David Born'.ard. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ted Rad,an had a birthday party Saturday from 6 to 8 for their son Ke- ny. Guests ireluded Jody Young, Ray Pendell, Tom and Bob Stone, Jimmy Perry Del- bert arid Steve Spear, Gayle and Jim Wilcox and 'his sis- ters Cindy arm Debbie. Gare AuxiBary wi meet Nov. 18 with Mrs. Ruefl lace. Ms. Jessie Siicocks was a: dimner guest at Mr. and Ms. Earl PendeI,ls lorday night. H. B. Pendel:l cled Satur- day on his: aunt, Mrs. SiJcocks. Mrs. Frieda Owens, a n time residert of the Four Lakes area, cal:ed on Mr. and Mrs. Ctaude Crooks Sunday. Emie Hueter, former resi- dent of Four Lakes, s in Sac- red Heart h,espital recoveri,ng from surgery. Mr. and Mrs. ttomer Parry and two youngest ehi}dren will be guests of Mr. mad Mrs. Lee Wilcox and family this weekend. Mr. Parry is a for- m, er pastor of the Four Lakes church" and now they reside India Buys More Northwest Wheat Western Wheat A'ssocates, he foreign marketing arm of Northwest wheat 'rme.rs, re- ports that India recently pur- e/rased 100,000 tos o U. S. wstern white wheat for dof las, according to Orland Oh- el]or, Fairfield, pre.sden of the Spokane courty Asscia- ti,on of Vheat Growers. I is the first commercial transaction with Irdia since in Central America. They are on leave a,nd will visi friends in s area for the weekend. Next Thursdasr, lov. 18, they will be lmnored with a ,ptMek d,iner at the church with a program to foIow. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Geschke flm C,hen, ey were, Friday nigh guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Rbe V. Reitmeier. Mrs. Sirdney Daso,n acCom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Laro nd Clli4dren to Seattle 1,a, st Priday arid visited wJt/h relatives in Kirkla,nd and Kent, returning Monday evening. Mr. 'and Mrs. Lee Wilcox were osts for a birthday din- nor Sunday honoring Mrs. Ted l%don and Mrs. Detbert Gil- ham. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Bert Spear, Mrs. Mary Wilcox, the Ted tadoms and Delbert families. May we help you nail down your plans for a home? Whether you're buying or building, you can't beat our terms anywhere in town on FHA, G-I or conventional bank loans. Come in and let us hammer your plans into shape with a loan, now. WASHINGTON MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK ,-,,,.,.,.o. 'he .No west' Oldest and Largest Savings lrttiutoll SPOKANE OFFICE--W. 609 Sprague Avenue 1962 when about 103,000 rie tons of wheat were chased from the U. S. A ious stmrtage .of chan, ge in Irdta is the factor limiting gx!n sa,les. I ]he two countries also ]ed n, agreement for of 500,000 tons ,of wheat the Food for Peace i(P. 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