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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, November 13, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway CARDINALS BEAT DESALESMRS. PARKS HONORED The Cardina beat DeSalesi , Mrs. Rosemary Parks was 33-6 in a non-corfference game honored at a going away par- Saturday afternoon at Medical Lake. The first score came with seven minutes to go in the first quarter. Larry Tar- rant scored on a 57 yard run, with Semineaux mains the extra point. Shanlde later ran 34 yards to score but missed the point. In the second quarter Wertz made a touchdown on a 14- yard pass from Bell, with Thomas kicking the extra point. The third quarter saw Cambridge score from four yards out, with Terry Tarvant making the point. Agnew then scored but the play was called back for holding. The,n Carl Liggi'ns ran 62 yards to score. Burlirtgame made the point. On the last play of the game }licks of DeSales scored from the one vard line. The extra point failed. All senior were honorary captains for the game. Bill Stimson again led in tackling, with Evans and Liffgins doing an exceptional job at pa,ssing, setng a school record. CONFERENCE HELD A leadership training con- ferertce was atterded by Jay Wood aRd four of his agricul- ture students 'at Spokane Com- munity College Stmday. A chicken dinner was enjoyed at noon and a tour of the college occupied the afternoon. Boys going from Medical Lake were Wally Labish, RiCh Cubertson, Harry Crossman and lVfike House. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday  Creamed chipped beef on toast cubes, broccoli spears, bread and butter, apri- cots arid milk. Tuesday-- Mea loaf with catsup and mustard, baked po- tatoes, bread and butter, green bans with bacon, peaches and milk. Wednesday -- Old fasaioned beef stow, bet rolls  trotter, jello and milk. Thursday --Chicken noodle soup, meat sandwich, carrot sticks, cherry strudel dessert arid nlk. Friday  Grilled ceese sandwich, polka dot sahd, but- tered peas, gold cake with lemon sauce and milk. STUDENT COUNCILS MEET AT EWSC The Northeast District Asso- ciation of Student Councils met at EWSC Thursday. Attending from Medical Lake were Ed Collier, Butch Denton, Sally Stimson, Sandy Ragglo, Steve Graft, Kathy Serpins, Janet Kelly, TeIri Torrent and Jan- ice Wertz. The Medical Lake Education Ass'n met with teaChers from U the district schools attend- ins at Blair Thursday. The so- cial studie curriculum study met at the same school to con- tinue study of the project. ty by the Medical Lake, Blair and Chen ey school cooks last weekend. After five years as a baker at Blair, Mrs. Parks will be moving with :her family o Oregon. REBEKAHS ELECT OFFICERS Daisy Lewis has been, elect- ed noble grand; Lilace Moore, vice grand; Virgie Carl, record- ing secretary; Jo Welborn, fi- nncia,1 secretary; Elsie Sven- sen, treasurer, and Mary Co,un- tryman, as three year trusty; at the meeting last week. PERSONALITY NAMED Mrs. Maude Dittberner has been described as "Milady" in the Eastern State Hospital morrthly newspaper Here are r just a few of the comments by Frank Veselits, a paient and reporter for the C, ross Roads. He describes her as a leader worthy of our effos, however much she fusses sometinles. She is a fighter on our he,half, a veteran with 38 years of ded- icated service ,and solid ac- complishment. Her last accom- plishment, one of many, has been to turn a bastion of gloom into an open ward of light. Many years go She began battling for her patients' inter- ests against the odds of old tra- ditions and rules. When her idea of taking her patients for a hike of the groctr, ds was overruled, she took it to the su,pe,rinten dent's office for permks}en. He .tMd her to go ahead, but if she lost a patient, well, she lost her job. It was put up to the girls and they gave their word. Then follow- ed many hikes, picnics, swim- ruing parties and berry picking trips. She never lost a patient. She finagled marly tianes to better her :patients when the budget didn't provide but the barest necessities. She cooked, canned and cleaned wih the girls. From there She was transfer- red to a male buikling, sole attendant for 200 men. She survived 26 years to make this building tim showpiece o Eastern and a status sh'mbol for is patients. In 1963 she was .banished to a tubby hole ward, to again set it in order and now just a year later again she was moved, this time to tidy up 20 to 30 years of untidy patients. She and her staff dug in with a therapy of remotivation, as it turned out {or the formerly-isolated old men. PERSONAL MENTIONS Attending the Eastern Star pancake feed at Spangle Sun- day were Mrs. Monte Moore, Emilie Perlain and Caroline Kuehne. They spent the day sightseeing. Mr. and Mrs. Larry. Moore and family drove to Chewelh Saturday to visit with Mrs. Pauline Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Little- field of Sandpoint spent Mon- day and Tuesday at the Earl Swanson home. Mrs. Ray Anderson and Mrs. John Larson received word from their brother, Lt. Col. Alfred Johnson, base com- mander at the Portland Inter- nat} Airport, that he ,has been promoted to a full coloaa- el. He is a former Spokane re- diont. Hazel Frick, who makes her home witia her sister and bother-in-]aw, the Win Im- hoffs, celebrated her 70th i birthday on Nov. 6. Many friends visited, brirglng cards and presents, making a truly wonderful day for Hazel. She wi'shes to thank all who wished her well. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jordan o Snoqtmlmie Falls spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linton. Wilhazn Mr. and Mrs. " " Bar- tholomew cf Spokane were Sualday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gr .ps. Four deer were brought home from the Waitts Lake ,area by a party of ,hunters from Medical Lake. In the par- ty were Ernest Ahlf, Earl Swam son, Everett Fuller, Pete Nilles, Danny Nilles, Mr. and Mrs. Shortie Nil!as, Clarence Hem ning, Larry, A1 arm Marvin Whns. Weekend visitors at the Claude Beattie .home were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Janssen and family of Okanegan. Oft Sun- day they were all dinner guests of the Herb Gissel.berg family in Spokane. ,Mr. 'and Mrs. Fred Grub of Pullman were weekend visit- ors :at the Carl Grub home. They attended the Rebekn,h turkey dinner while here. James Graven is home from the Veterans Hospital and is feeling well. Mrs. Caroline Stutheit and Shirley visited wih Clay Mc- KJrdey at Glasgow. Mont., over the weekend. The Brownie Scents had 12 members in attendance at the home of their leader, Mrs. El- fie Romans. Mrs. W, anda Wil- kinson is the assistar, t. The girls meet from 3:5'0 to 4:30 every Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bud bAhl.f and Billy returned home Thumday after a month-long that took them to California. At DANCE CLINIC SATURDAY On Saturday, members of the girls physieaI educatima lJass and their teacher, Mrs. HaTris, will attend a dance cc ,at Eastern College. SHOTS AVAILABLE SaIk polio vaccine and other iroculations will be available at the Medical Lake Pre- School Center at the elemen- tary sdmol Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. JOINS STAFF Thomas L. Davis, .son of Mr. ad Mrs. John Davis, has joined the staff of the jint planrg office in Ohelan County. Davis, graduate of EW- SC, his wife and son make flmir lmme at 619 King St., in We- natcme. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ledbetter hunted deer in ,fl SI'ingdaI'e area Saturday and visited with old ionds and rigthors. DORIAN SELECTED The seior class of Medical mgta School  I)ori Studios as raotograla- ors for graduation . Dorima re@resemtatives were on hal Monday .for a .day of pic- ture talons far axe aamual. JENNESS i11 CALIFORNIA azL Priate Ricba L. Jermess, son of Mr. and ,M. James R. Jenness, is serving wih the Second Badion, First Marine Regiment, First Marine Division, Camp Pendleton, CaRt. .Kis unit, an haa,n, try regi- ment, is engaged in a contin- uous training pregmm :ranging from sea ult lmazling on the beacheo of Southern Calif- ornia to simulated warfare in the Me.jove Desert. PTA MEETS MONDAY PTA will meet ,at the Ele- mentary School Monday, with Betty McGee presiding. Medical Lake- 1954 Committee members for the armual Red Cross drive are Mrs. J. C. Boyle, Mrs. E. G. Gray, Mrs. Lester .Mon, Mrs. bred Kirchhoffer, Mrs. W. F. Pillard and Virgil Mgan. Miss Elise Morgan ad Miss aoon took the foltowing Camp Fre ,girls on a hike: Myrtle Tesch, Florence Dittberner, Marjorie Greene, Frances Mor- ris, LaVerne Foster, Lucine Fothergill, Mahne ThexRm, Norm McLellan, Pauline Kirehhoffer, Irene Tesch, Jean ll: gneson, Hazel Wiamett, Max- ine hl, Dorothy Fellows, Jean Cummings ,mad Melissa Feazel. Mrs. Stanley Spe, Mrs. Sam Van Camp, Mrs. C. N. iCrooks, Mrs. , Mac  and ]Eest Huetev wrked on the Four Lakes elecn lmard. Waiter Ottomeier, Bill Detil- lien, Ratph Morris, Rmd Butea, Art Brown and Her- man Willms are surveying for next year's wheat allotment. Mr. and Mrs. George I)ela- ba.rre are parents of a son born Friday. Mts F1ossie Johnson, Who .ba been at the home of her sister, Mrs. Carl Grab, return- ed to her home. Medical Lake  1944 Loyal chapter, OES held a special meetirg Friday at which time Katie Wynia was commissioned a grand repre- sentative of the state of . "zo- ne through the worthy grand matron. John C. Hill was init- iated. Hostesses were Lillie borgan, Alton and Maude Pil- lard and Dolly Tesch. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Rchet are parents of a girl born Oct. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Merri- man ,are parents of a boy born Oct. 26. A baby blanket was present- ed to Mrs. Apgar at a mee ".9.g of the Ccmmunity club. Pres- ent were the Mines. Bentley, Watson, Bartelt, DeO.heame, Rice, LoweTy, Fikbaek, Her- rick, Heyer, Caskey, Ames, Bdwin and the laonor guest. Lt. Alfred (Bud) Ja ,hauson has been promoted to the rank of captain. He is stationed in Eng- land. Medical Leke 1934 Medical Lake voters fvored the $60,000 school bond issue 358 to 74 in Tuesday's election. A committee on pe gardening is plannh' " plate the plygrmd t COl- ara across fom tim ,higSt school. On the committee are Bert Denny, Mrs. Katie Wynla, W. A. Huff, Earl Swanson, Fred Perrin, Norman Graham, Ar- thur Irwin, Herb FaR, Oscar Reitmeier and RoY Holliday. Funeral services were held Monday for Mary D. Cabecei. ras, former Medical Lake res- ident, who died at er home in Spokane. She is survived by her husband, John T. Cabe- ceir nd two small children, d her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Sharp. Janet Ann McDowell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pmb- ert McDowell of Espanoa, be- came the bride of Jack Tohnan Christoferson Oat. 29 in a cere- mony ir the SaR Lake Temple at SaR Lake City. Job's Daughters will. hold in- !itiation for Josephine Mead .and Ctrarlotte Robinson. Seal Beach they visited their daughter, Donna, and her cou- sin, IAnda Griffith. At Cres- cent City they spent some time with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ableman; at Long Beach with the Glen Shearers and at Lake- view with the Herb Sauvageau family .and the Ron Cavotts. At Garden Grove they visited the A1 Metlels, former Medical residents. On the return trip they visited in Klamath Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaw of Bremerton, who have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butts, left Monday {or their h'ome. Mrs. Butts returned from the hospital on Friday. Weekend visitors at the For- rest Clarks were Mr. and Mrs. Rick Niccolle of Spokane. Linda Webb celebrated her 5th birthday last week with a party at her home. Guests were Debbie Whitmer, Burton Stiffler, Gayla lastwood, Mary Woods, Brett Eversen and Pa- ty Britton. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Morgan and Lonnie of Spokane were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Locke Lewis home. Dr. William Roberts was a,lso a vis- itor. J. W. Walten, wire is vis- iting ,his sister, Eva Hines, vis- ited on Sunday with the Lew- izes. Mrs. Effie Romans, Sylvia and Lee were hosts for a baby shower that honored Mrs. Francis Lewellyn last week. Guests were Helen Ewan, Mrs. Young, .4xlene I.mdreth, Mar- sha Bellfills, Esther Duncan, Bernadine Terry, Jerene Gib- bon, Judy Staton, Mary Ander- son and Alice Hillbriek. Mrs. Alice Hilbrick drmre to Cotflee Cty Tuesday to spend several days with her sister, Mrs. Nell Vaug. Mr. and .Mrs. Alvia Whitrmy visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Orval Elmvre in Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. George Patmer and Mr. and Mrs. Caude Gar- ner ,attended a District 9 Vet- erans of World War I Barracks and Auxiliary meeting in Spo- kane on Sunday. Mrs. Edna Svenson of Lewis- ton is visiting with Mrs. Pen- rose ,and renewing old acquain- tances in townr. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Pillard are ,home from a two week trip to Grant Cidy, Me., where Espanola News By Katherine Holl'oway GRANGE TO ELECT Espanola Grange will meet this evening to elect officers for the coming year. The women's club will hold its rummage sMe at North 9 Bernard St. in Spokane Thurs- day. Anyone having items to donate may leave them with Olive Henning or call any club member for a pickup. HUNTERS SUCCESSFUL Many residents of the area ,ave on hunting trips, to return later in the week. Getting their deer this weekend were Mar- vin Willms and Rex Pickle. Frank Selfridge and William Hoerner and sans hunted in the Wenatchee area bur had no luck. GRANDCH!I.D BORN Mrs. Evelyn Willms left Tuesday to spend some time with the Bob Kirk-family at Pomeroy. They are the par- ents of another baby daughter, Lorri Jean, born Nov. 2. She joins two sisters at ,home. liams and family attended the !silver wedding anniversaries o{ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Will- iams at Davenport Sunday a,nd the double open house of the Leonard and Cl, aude Humph- rays .at Reardan. The Jack Cogswells drove to Deer Park Sunday to vsit with the Dick Willms. ELECTION RETURNS Espanola precincts turned out a definite Democratic vote Tuesday as 67 of the registered 82 voters cast their ballots. Jack Cogswell received 52 votes for precinct committee- man and Rhirthard Theimans had three. Other results were as follows" Johnson and Humphrey, 42; Goldwater and Miller, 21. U. S. Senator, Jackson, 46, Andrews, 20. U. S. Representative, Foley, 37, Horan, 24. Gov., Rosel]ini, 28, Evans, 37. Lt. Gov., Goodloe, 35, Cqaer- berg, 30. See. of State, Meyers, 30, Kramer, 35. Treasurer. O'Brien, 37, Al- exander, ,6 Auditor, Graham, 43, Flem- PERSONAL MENTIONS ling, 21. Attorney General, O'Connell, Edna Reitmeier was ,a fun-143, ' Derr, :9. cheon guest of Sandy Reit-' Public Lands Comm., CIe, meier at the college campus 23, Clark, 21. Saturday. They attended the duo-piano recital .of Jean Stev- ens and Dr. Edmonds during the afternoon. Visiting with the Otto Mag- nusons during the past week was their grandson, Phil Holz- nagel, who is home on leave from the Army. Sunday visit- ors were Mr. and Mrs. Vexn Puls and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Holzrtage]. Tami Selfrdige was in the hospital Tuesday overnight, having had a tonsilectomy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Penlmlurick of Moses Lake were weekend vis- itors. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wil- they had visited relatives. They learned from a visit with the Neil Parks that they are mov- ing to Enterprise, Ore. The George Palmers will host a potluck hmcheon at their home Monday at noon for Past Matrons of 1958, Or- der of CaVern Star. Ins. Comm., Kuckelhma, 43, MeCartney, 20. St. Senator, Cooney, 37, Du- -- vall, 26. St. Rep., McCormick, 36, Campbell, 33. County Comm., 1st, Umbreit, 28, Geraghty, 34. County Comm., 2rid, Blake, 18, Allen, 43. Pros. Atty., Kain, 38, Tanks- lay, 23. Ref. 2!5, 17 for, 37 gainst. Ref. 13, 30 for, 29 against. Ref. 11, 14 for, 43' against. Ref. 34, 30 for, 31 against. Ref. 12, 39 for, 19 aainsL Sen. Res, 1, 21 for, 25 against. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Roydal Conley were hosts to a pinochle party at their home Saturday eve- ng. Guests were the John La- bi, shes, the Roy Kinzels, the Roy Sehmitts, the Strom- seiers, the Eugene Rnettes, the A1 Rosen,aus, the Lloyd The Newspaper And The Retailer "It is a pity retailers so often have to learn the same lesson over and over again through cost and hardship." This observation was made by Edward R. Engle, official of the National Retail Mer- chants Association. Mr. Engle was referring to the importance of newspaper advertising to retail trade. His findings were based on a study made of the results of the New York newspaper strike. It was found that there is no substitute for newspaper advertising, and that without ad- vertising, retailing would be in a chaotic state, as stock needs and turnover would be impos- sible to predict. It is also stressed that when the advertising of big stores is absent the en- tire shopping complex-including the little stores-feel the ill effects. The Standard sums up in these words: "The ultimate loser from inadequate advertising, then is the consumer who pays for losses due to slow turnover, waste and high per item selling costs." The basic principle here is simple enough. If people don't know what you have to offer, they can't and won't come seeking it. Suc- cesful retailing and intelligent and extensive advertising go hand in hand. Knapps, the Gordon and Mrs. Eliza Rosenau ter and Henry. High prize winners Betty LabLsh and Itoy tow prize,s, Ella Knapp Stromeier, with Roy having the traveling prize The Gordon companied by Mr. and C. Hodgson of Veradaie, to St. Maries Wednesday tend the funeral of Berglund. Later they the Hodgson Benewah. The Paul were Sunday dinner the tIodgsons to c birthday of Anna Dave and Minnie drove to Deer Park visit ,and have lunch with Rerm Peterson. She has in the hcspital with a burned hand. Tuesday evening the Bill McGourins were and Mrs. Don Lambert, Saturday the Don Hilton, dy and granddauglter, meal, visited. Gary spent day with George Sunday the McGourins to Colbert to visit the Smith family. Watch For Children Years ago, parents felt children should be seel not heard. Today, must watch out for SPEED YOUR WITH A Rubber FOR SPEEDY SERVICE DIRECT FROM Cheney Free