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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, November 19, 196.5 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway UNION SERVICES WEDNESDAY NtGHT Thanlgiving u services will be hem ths year at the Oommuaity vhuvCh Rh Luth- eran  Olson giving the sermon. Tim time as been set for 7:30 on Wedtesday eve- ning, N. 24. Msc wiB be preeted by the Assembly of Gl and Community clmrches. The Ep&apos;pal ehmxrh  also take p,rt. The worrn of St. inmthy's Episcopal church lmve finish- exi osnaiag over 200 quarts of mincemeat that is now ready dlivery, n ,ral pro- jeet. ,Rev. Billups will speak on "Christian Views .of Sex" .at the Nov. 21 service a the Com- munity church. St. John's Lutheran church herd its anuM bazaar and pot- tuck supper at the parish hall Monday. REPORT CARDS OUT I Repxt cards are out this i week at the grade school. The T han,ksgivig ho,liday wifl be- gin at 2 p. m. Wed,nesday. 8clool win resume Nov. 29. The pm'nei'pal and teachers of the grade scab, eel ave very a.ppreeiative of the visitations in honor ,of A meica Educa- tion Week. There vcee a total of 126 in the ch,smnmms. Begirming N,ov. 22, o Can- adian money will be accepted at t:be school. It wil be Vaken at the National Bank of Com- merce in MedcM Lake a a diseotm. HOT LUNCH MENU Man,day- Sauerkrmat and weiners, buttered green beans, bread and butter, pears and milk. Tuesday -- Clhicken and dressing casserole, cranberry sauce, lettuce la, d with Fre,re,h dreasin,g, dinner ros EWS a,nd butte, cndie,d yams and SCHOOL BOARD N }. . The Medical Lake school I ce cream and rmlk. board met an Nov. 8 at the[ Wednesday- Cook s chmce. e.lremenary school and ap- [ET .......  .... , " 5  Ul.U331"U t'K|UP[ ' Mm'tin or the 196 -66 se ....... yar to teach gymnastics. BI A sa,e wine WEA meemag Grttb was also hired as bus Delartment ,of Classrooms ws driver on the Deep Creek route to replace Clinn How- ad, who vesigrted. A new see- fetal, Linda Cay, ion the su- per'mende't's office has *been empyed to take the phce, of Miss K awl, ho aso resigned. The board received a ltter from the U. S. Office o FAu- cation pproviag the remodel- ing and the adti<m to the kitclma .at Blair sctrool on Pair- child Air Farce ,Base. The 14,000 lre feet ill provide food lrpaation and dis'h wshirtg m'e, eoler and  space, dry ,#0orage anti kmdg auras ,nd a at'y. The rchect ha ,bee em- ployed nd work wil be com- pleted in the Spag. Aud vital equipment, fi- nad in  ,by the vcaion- d agrietflture at of 1963, is being imta11l in ke Vo-Ag dartrnent. Jay Wood tM of the work tndy ,pgram in the depmmeait u, adea- the Voca- tionat Work Study program, whih is a supIementa to the Act of 1963, Whereby a u- d,at mi,gkt work for pay to hed on Friday evening and Saturday at the Davn,,port lo- tel last weekend. The subject Ethics arrd IVloraS in our Cla, ssrooms, was the theme of the conference. Artetdg from Medicat Lake were Rev. Charles Bi}lup, Mr. Van Matte, ane Ga1oa2, Loa'- en an lhe and Betty Mc- Gee. VANDALS REPRIMANDED The young  olks wtm om- mired the vandalism at the selol last week have been $.ou'rd ,and taken to couP. They will make restitution and have be0 reprimanded. TOP MEMBERS AWARDED PINS The Cheney Ranchers 4I ekb a%ecen,ded the Aclievemet niche at Liberty school o Sat- urday evening. The flg salute was led by havlene  and Kemmth DUbins. Wendy Mus- set p'eseted a piaTm nber on the program..Pins were presented by the Ieadex, Cr- enve Rider, and oomlle help  stay in selxo. Mr. mention given to the top t hree Kve t  of the Nationa members: Charlene l%ider, a v, mea Prr a si, milr >ro-laorse project; Tam Musser, a mi--t al-aplied far. [a ffaia3r projt. . ..... The sChool dists4ct received I luae group ,has e,ecea tnc- fh-aal uymerR on the 1963-64 [ ers with 0hrne Ridex as the b' aw to 874 with a llWestde, nt, Judy M,eMin as ,h-,- r .,a4 971 [vine pesMent, Nell Owen as .............. ' reporter und Joan W}llin as AT THE HIGH SCHOOL 'Mr. Kyle ,held an oxaziza- ti, ol meetAng Wednesday to form an ctive ,group ,and to chaev a Future Teachers of America club. The anual fotbal awards bnquet  be hed on Mon- day, Nvv. 22. Awards wl be Eiven to varsity, junior varsity and  p0aers with the Girls AtMetic .as'n makirg the ,arrangements under the direcon of Miss Atwa M,rtin. The hih school ixml and chorus witl present their win- tow concert on Nov. 23 at 8 p. m. at the gym. The all-so, col phy wil ,be lwesented this Friday t 8 p. m. for thle public. The gjmde lmel m, atiee will be held this ,Rerrmoa. Directed by Kialynn l,ubrecht, it is ttled "Out of the Prying Pan." Carnee Key o the Soil (kservation Service spke to the junior and scor agricu- tttre eaes last Fdy. These clases 'have the past month ben studying in fhis area. He told haw the program pev- aes. Every tmmty i eveldr has this coverage. He stressed the point of canserv- irg oar resources ,and what cart happefi if canservaima is nt praeaced. He lso Shwed V%'s of soft eroato, burned timber aas and fe de- struetkm. The adu education ,home improvement ehsses finished on Tlmvsday evening with a potluck supper for bout 15 families. An edutimmil film on .a.n#Mp was shown. sem'eary. CHRISTMAS NOTICE Persors desiring to send Clri%mas  to chi Lre a LakeMnd Village please nte the fn,g ctim: the packages mst be mailed not later than Dee. 1. If the coa- tes are rmt Ested, the Chris- ms crew must uncap, lte the eonCents, rewrap the par- ct and send to the proper hal. It is recommended that money not be inctuded in the pacla,ges, frage and extreme- ly perishable articles or fod are not wise choices. All pack- ages Should be wrapped arid tied securely. Please wa-ite the contents on the addre side of the parcel. Mr. mad/s. Dan Wyaaia are moving into their new ,home at 608 N. Howard. They 1lm t,o 'have Thanksging dinner there wi*h their sn Dun and wife Nancy and Mike, who will rive from Los Angeles lov. 20. Mr. d lVrs. Ben Morgan will ao spea the Imliy with them. IVIaude Dittberner mad Jo 14avding traveled by bus to Lebddge, A.Ibeda, ,to spend 10 das with Maude s family Ms. y Walkm', who fel, is get: ting about and fee,liaag much ,etr. Ms. Musetta Ft arid H- old sp the weekend at Ms- cow vchere they vited okl friendS, the Bb Gords. Within Whi'te visited a week ago wih li.s grandmo- er, Mrs. lorenee Reeves. He THE GENERAL TELEPHONE CO. Will Hold Open Mouse at 214 Enst Lake 'Street MEDICAL From 10 uttil 12 o'clock SATURDAY, NOV. 20TH is stationed at San Diego and had been visRing with .hs fam- ily at Tacoma. The Claude Darners, Claude laces and George P ahn, ers at- tended a Bavvacks and Auxil- a meet,g at I-Iiyavd on Sunday. On Monday the Palm- ers attended an OES past mat- rons of 1958 hm,eheo at the Jones' h0ane on the Splcane river near Post Fas. Later they attended a turkey dLrzner and installatoin of World War I officers at Opportunity. Down Memory Lane Medical Lake  1955 The ,high scboo earnivul Nov. 10 was termed a huge success ,by all who attended. One of the largest crowds yet palwonzied the event and par- ticipated in the drawing of door prizes valued at $200. Winner of the top prize, a'n Admiral teevion set, was Don W. Anderson of Green- way Trai,ler courts nlear GeL get field. In the queen eon- tes Dizrm Van Drme, a jun- ior, won by a large margin over Georgie Ibbs, Diane Claran and JoAnn Secord, the other chss candidates. Bethel 26, Order of Job's D:attghea% Elaine Irwin was ,elected honored queea at the Nov. 9 meeting. Marlene LIewelyn was elected senior princess; Audrey Stales, jun- ior cess; Lynda Fuller, guide, and Josephine Mead, mars'h. A Girl Scout troop was rec- ently ,organized in Medical Lake. The troop meets every Wedrmschy afterrmn in the city /ml. The folowin:g girls were el-ted officers: presi- dent, Slaron Ooeden; vice president, ary Rustemeyer; secretary, Karen Goed,eaa, and tveasur,ev, Pamh Soun. Mr. and Mrs. Albert r'ith we,re .hosts Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Griffith, Shar- on and Lyndia of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ahlf and Mr. arid Mrs. Bud lalf and fmily. Medical Lake  1945 Approximately $215 was netted at the turkey dirmer which wa sponsored by the Community Ladies d a'st Fiday night. The money will be used for remodeling the church. The Rev. Estes wishes to thank oil those vdm took part. Over 300 pkates were served. About 110 persons attended the PTA meeting h Thurs- day evening. Dr. Leaary of the Estern State h, osital lectured on mental health. The new Qirl Scout troop furnished pat if tle enrterament and the bnd played several num- bers. Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Merri- man and family off Spokane were Stmday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud A'hlL Mr. arrd Mrs. A1 Svenson a,rM Luel,la, Mrs. Lorene Hut- chinson and Mr. and Mrs. Faaak Lteweltlyn were dnner guests 'of the Iarry Watsons on Surday. Mrs. M,argaret Meyers and Mrs. Eva Pike of Spokane vis- ited a.t the home f th, e Rev. arid Mrs. Burl Estes. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hebert have lnoved into the apart- ment formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Paulsen. Mr. ,and Mrs. CAyde Jerue entertained at a dinner hon- ar'mg the sixth birthday f Stephen PeaChes. Other uests were Mr. and Mrs. Ciarence i Sode of Wenatchee, Mrs. Elsa Lea Peaches ad Clyde Jerue, Jr. Mr. Snode had just recently returrmd from 18 m,ontlm service .as a So,bee in: the South Pacific ttrter. Espanola News By Katherine Holloway GRANGE INDUCTS NEW MEMBERS The F_apanola grange met on Friday evening with 84 pres- en to see the Valley drila team do the degree work for candi- dates from W:ukan, E,t Che- rrey and Tyler granges. Those taking the obligations from Es- ranola were Mr. and Mrs. Jer- ry Labish, Mr. and Mrs. Cin- to award, Mrs. Jim Murray, Jim Kuhn *and Ev Meserve and Ethel Moore went in by rein- stalene,nt. Jack Reitmeier of Iamath Falls va's a visitor. Committee reports were g, iveaa aad letters read from Novma,n Peteron ,of Portiantd and Phil Grub of Washing'tan, D. C. Son Saturday evenn,g the Ctatde arners accomed te Frank 15llinsheads to SL Maries where the Valley team a*ain put .on the wrk. They are members of this team. Lavin,a Svtanson, home econ- omies chairman of Waukon grange, attended the No,h- east district conference at the Darigold building on Tuesday of last week. COGSWELLS HAVE TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Jack Co,swell spent the past week visiting rehtives first in White SaSmon with the Warren Coffswel In Portland they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kinyon. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Knife and Eva Bond. They spent one night in Boise aId continued on to BuM, Idaho, to visit the W. E. Bags family and at Jerome with ArmJe Cogswela. At Black- foot they vited with the Arn old Qhrborg family, return- ing via Mua. SURPRISED ON 10TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. aad Mrs. Marvin Wils were twprised Tuesd, ay <m their tonCh wedding anAver- ary when friend and relaives dropped in for visitin and pinlochle. Those attending were Mr. :and Mrs. A1 Wilms, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manke, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Henning, Mr. and Mrs. C'hude Beattie and Mr. and Mrs. John Weyen. ttigh score prizes were taken by the Mankes with low going to Chude Beattie nd Alma Weyen. StanCey Nelson, ju,st out ef the ,tmspital, is spending a week with the Fred Jolmsn family. The Jorsons sated oe day rust week with Mrs. DeRa l%rvester in Sokane. Floyd Arp was ,a weekend vis. itor of Dou,g Johnson. Mr. acid lrs. 5ark Reitmeier arid three chi.ldren are spend- ing several weeks with the Oz, car Reitme.iers and the Jim Owens, from their keme at Klamath Falls. On Sunday Mrs. Reitmeier mad the Jack Reitmeiers were dinner ffuests at the Owens .home. Oscax Reit- meier has been on a htmting trip the past week. Marvin and A1 Wiflms are also hunting in the Blue Moun- tains, eaving on Thursady with ,a group from Ha,rring- ton. Mrs. Witlms is sending the week with rs. Sa;ly Willms and children. T%he Stanley Swan'sons and Erie Swanson attended the 40th wedding an,niversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wendlan@t ,a the Irvin Wendandt home in Spokane en Sunday. Mrs. Ella Knapp accompan- ied Irs. Mekey Moraty to the Corbin ouse on Thursday for the we,ekty craft css. Rog- er Moore of Conne, a ormer re,sident of Me@lea,1 Lake, was a Friday visitor at the l_oyd Knapp home. Mr. ,arid Mrs. Harry ReiRy of Cheney visited Monday at the 5ohrson-Holoway h,ome. Mr. and Mrs. Kermeth ohn- 'son ,aId ehldren of Spokane were Sunday visi*ars  the J,o]msons. Tyler News By Wanda Stengle Art Jackson of Tacoma a weekend guest of Mrs. Jackson and the Harold son family. Mrs. Luela Kuhn od ol,a ,nd Mr. and Mrs. Ableman we,re dinner of Mrs. Myrtle A. Ablema Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard rice and son of Moses called an r. 'and Mrs. A,beman Monday; they. en route home from a Idaho. Tyler residents enjoyed Chne rSCO01 carrtivl FMay night. Sue Hzm pared in the talent Stenle played in the school band. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Pace Ke2reick were guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Shea ,a(nd amfly. Last Tuesday night Mr. Mrs. Art Stengle and artd P,ndy were visito,rs at D ona,ld Davis home. The casion was to celebrate birbhday of Donald with fee and cake. Mrs. Myrtle A. 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