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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, November 20, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holl0way VACATION SET School will be dismissed at two o'clock ,on Wednesday in all Medical Lake Schools for Thanksgivi, ng holiday. School will resume Nov. 3). The senior clas play will be presented tonight at 8 in the high school gym. A matinee will be held at 2:45 for school children. The high school debate team, under the direction of Mrs. Mary Rehn, will travel to Har- rington Thursday. Frosh basketball practice started Tuesday and wrestling began Monday. Twentythree gir and Mrs. tIarris, their physical educa- tion= teacher, attended an invi- tational dance clinic at East- ern Washington State College Saturday. The girls and their teachers were instructed in modern dance for secondary schools. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- Hot dogs, mus- tard and catsup, prk and beans, celery sticks, Italian plums and milk. Tuesday -- Turkey nd dres- sing casserole, cranberry sauce, :hot rolts, butter, green salad, sweet potatoes, dessert ,and mHk. Wednesday ---Cook's choice. Thu,rsday, Friday  Thanks- giving holiday. EDUCATION WEEK HELD Parents were extended a in- vitation to sit classrooms Thumday and Frkhy in ob- servance of American Edca. tion Week. The thean "Educa- tk Pays Di-ide'ds" was stressod. Cookies and coffee were served. 4.H NIGHT --L'D Many Medical Lake atcl Es- panoh t-tiers, their parents arid friends aLerded Achieve- ment Nig at Four Lakes Grange hall on Nov. 10. Clubs taking ,part were I-tce Hill Spangle  and Grow, East Cheney, thtsy ing- ers ,ami Cheey Ranchers. Mrs. Dick Camp was general chair- man and Herman k, county extemsn agent, ave the awards. Each club :had a part on the program, with Nirm Holy doing a novelty rtumber for the Phoney Rchers. Mem- bers of this clu, b had a 100 pet cent completion of records. Their ',leaders are ClaTenCe Ri- der, Glenn Dobbins and Kay Owen. Receiving irst year pins were Bryan Dobbins, Everett and Rolls Meserve, Tom and Wondy Musser, Donald and Larry Stafford and Iaren Von Lehe; second year, Judy and Bob McM=illan; third year, Steve Spear, Mike and Char- lee Rider, Nell Owen, Hal Moore and Penny Holloway; fourth year, Karen, Steven and Kenneth Dobbins; fifth year, David McMiltan; seventh year, Pamela Woen, and eighth year, Carol MeMillan. DR. LEWIS SPEAKS Why the Now Math in the tElemenar Sihl d ris" tha the parents ,and teachers meet- izg at the elemen 'Y school Monday evening. The roup voted to have the f,amly fun night on Feb. 20 with George Spilker and Mrs. Robert Bhr- gott 'as cohairme. Sixth grade roommothers served. , HUNTERS RETURN Scvera! hunting parties have returned from trips, most of them having good lck One gou'p spent six days in the Okanogan rea mi each brought home a deer. They were .Dick Heyer, Oscar Reit- meier, Ken Smith, Ab Grilfith, Fritz Gilbreth, Bud Swigart, Orval Olsen, DOn Wtnans and Wemlell DarRagto Hnting ing the 'Blue ,Muntains were Norm Graham, Keidfit Geer, Fran LRewellyn, Art llphs and Bill Ftmseth. Also spending two weeks in the Bue Moun- tahm were Carl Grttb and Har- old Stutheit, lm jom a group from Spokane. They got a deer and an elk. CORRECTI(N The stork shower given ,by Mrs. Bffm I last week should have ,been or Mrs. Yartcie Hillbrick. My apologies to Mrs. Francis Llewellyn. LODGE MEETINGS Mr. and Mrs. George Panr entertained for ne pac mat- tons and six past I of 1958 t a luncheon Monday. : Loyal Capter met Monday evening, before 21 members left to visit Martha Chapter at Cheney. O. E. S. social club meets tonight at the lmme of Mrs. George Palmer with Mrs. Nor- ma Secord as hostess. Rebekahs met Monday eve- nirg. Mabel Shoaf, noble grand, presented gifts to past noble grands Pam Roberts was initiated Thursday at the meeting of the Job's Daughters. Officers were elected. Karen Tonkin will be honored queen, Shelley Mills senior princess, Alice Holler junior priPcess, Pat King, guide, and Viekie Obenschne, marshall. Installation will be held on Dec. 19. CARDAIRES ACTIVE The Cardaires, under the di- rection of Mrs. Harris, com- manded by Sue Sabin, are a snappy marching group. Vice commander is Brenda Selleck and he mascot is four-year-old 2:ammie Morgan. She is the daughter ,of Mr. and Mrs. Start Morgan. This is her second year to mach, with the group. i Twenty members wear white sailor blmlses and pleated skirts. A touch of red may be found with their gloves, socks, scarves and letterig. They marched at the EWSC Home- coming aud at Medical Lake's Homecoming and plan to make more appearances. SERVICES PLANNED Meeting for a luncheon Mon- day were four area clergymen to plan a Undted Holiday ser- vice. Attendi'ng were Roy. Bil- laps, Roy. Olsen of the St. John's Lutheran, Rev. Hubbard of St. Thnothy's Episcopal and Rev Terry of the Assembly of God. The service will be held on Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the Community Church. Twi}ight Circle will meet Nov. 24 at the home of Vi Morse to finish Christmas ImP- pets for orphans. 'St. John's Lutheran met at the city hall on Monday eve- .nirg for a potluck supper and bazaar. PERSONAL MENTIONs Mr. and Mrs Nei Parks, Patti and Terry ,have moved to nterprise, Ore., where ,he will work in real estate. Susan re- mained at Cheney to fioAsh the semester ir her first year of high school. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Morgan were Monday evening visitors at the Locke Lewis home. Mr. and Mrs. William Durfee spent the weekend in Kettle Falls. While there they attend- ed the reception for the grand warder, Mrs. Edith Strand Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker and Maraha McQuire spent Tuesday evening and Wednes- day at the James Spiedel hmne in Moses Lake. A birthday din- ner was held hon, aring Michele a,nd Marsha. Mrs. D. H. Robirrson return- ed from Alhambra to spend a few days with Alvin Plein be- fore making her home in Spo- kane. Friday visitors at the Claude Beatties were Mr. and Mrs. Herb Gisselberg of Spokane and their house guests, the Paul Gisselbergs of Cathtamet. Sturday luncheon guests we'e Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ahem and granddaughter, Jennie Porter, of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. James Grig- ware of Colville v'mited Friday at the Ray Anderson, tmme. Espanola News By Katherine Hol[oway SONG LEADER HURT Terri Muser is nv at home wearing a cast as a result of a fall at school while practicing with the song and cheerleaders Friday afternoon. A lgament was torn in the loft knee and the iner and outer layers of catihge were dmnaged. She vill be in a cast for some thne but hopes to be in school this week. GRANGE E'I.ECTS FOR COMING YEAR Espan0a Grarge met Fday evenLg with 22 members pres- ent. Officers elected far the coming year re'e: master, Clatrde Garner; overseer. Wal- Medical Lake  1954 V, aughn are parents of a girl ..... I born Nov. 3. l)r l' w trowa nas re- I Mr ., , u;. r - sgned from .ls posztion at the]e n =have moved into the Har- State Custodial sclul. Dr. E I o,a ,m.. ...... . ....... I ]j J l*t.l Jl ].%2111,/'UI 1 11U't. A Layton of Tacoma Wl I as- r z o ert e er held G aves'ds v'c sw e same Dr. Brown's duties, for the infant of Mr. and Mrs. A musical program was tea- Bob Linten Tuesd,ay at Holy tared t the OES meeting Tues- Cross cemetery in Spokand. day evening. Participating The Medical Lake basketball were Mrs. J. D. Hagen, Mrs. team defeated Gonzaa All- F. G. Gray, Mrs. N. W. Brown stars 27-21 last Friday. Mrs Joe Bednoshek, J M . ^,,. u.,. . ." ... [ Mr. ad M. ,  ..... - Wilkes arid Mrs Marmnea,in , Is on of Florida are parents of Worthy Matron - , [ a son born Oct. 5'1. Richardson A complete line of Red am ] is the son of Mrs. O. E. Schaf- White products will be sold at[ or. ! Julius Stahl merchandise ] _  ! store: Stahl is installing new' Medical Lak 1934 shelvm, g on the entire east A debate on "Sh)uld-V/oman i sine ol s store be a Clinging Vine was held l Mrs. Robert Lovett, Mrs. lW the Toastmistress club. Af-i Susan Tucker and Mrs. B. F. Morgan all of Tucker Praiwie, i attended the Luthera, n aki at ithe Rosenau home. Mrs. George Nichols, former operator of the Bluebird hotel, died at Wilbur hs week Frank Gilbert and f, amfly will move to the Dunn ranch. i Surveying for net year's wheat allotment are Walter Ottomeier, Bill Detillian, Ralph Mo'is, Raymond Bureau, Art Brown and Herman Wilhns. Medil Lake- 1944 Attemt,g a reception for "Worthy Grand Matron Olive I. .hgns in Spokane were Lil- lie Morgan, Ehn Tesch, M_aude Pil1d, Edith W-tikes and Ka- tie Wynia. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Apr are parent of a girl born Nov. , 1944. Mr. and Mrs. Shl ,dn firmative team was Capote Kuchle and atherine No,on and the negative team was Evelyn Appel and Lillian Mc- Lennan. J.lm C. Kill, justice of the peace and police judge for Medical Lake, attended a state magistrates meeting in Spo- kane. R. D. Thiemens was elected Republican precirmt commit- teeman ad Elsie Cogswe Democratic precinct commit- teewoman at Esparmh. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Weitman attended the 60th weddir.g an- nivorsary celebration of her l parent, Mr. ,and Mrs. J. E. Huggh, in Spokmw. Mrs. Oscar Musser enter- tanned with a dinner party hon- oring the llth. birthday of their daughter, Sandra. Guests were the Bryan Slmaf fal, the Herb Kukuk fuiy md the i Oscar Reitmeier fan,ly. CALL FOR BIDS "Bids will be accepted and opened on December, 19, 1964, for one each Autopsy Tabl'e, 33 x 10- x 34", Stainless Steel, with sink on one end, hot and cold water faucets." "Bids will be accepted and opened on December 19, 1964, for ne lot consisting of 36 each used Tires and 5 each used Tubes." Items may be inspected between 8:00 a. m. and 4:00 R. m. Monday through Friday before sale date. Rarph E. Edwards, Business Manager Eastern State Hospital Medical, Lake, Wash;ngton (Nov. 20.27) ter Rosenau; lecturer, Edna Reitmeier; steward, Eugene Wyborney: assistant steward, Gordon Hodgson; lady assist- ant steward, Anna Hodgson; chaplain, Irene Rosenau; treas- urer, Henry Rosenau; secre- tary, Betty Ibish; gatekeeper, John Labish; ceres, Mary Wy- borney; pomona, Doris Ho,lz- nagel; flora, Helen Cyr; home economics chairman, Ollie Hen- ning, and executive committee- man, Ed Best. GRANDCHILD BORN Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Wy- homey aml Mary have received xvord of the birth ,of a son to Lt. and Mrs. Henry Wyborney at Topeka, Kan. HenT James was born on Nov. 12 and weighed 8//2 pounds. The Wyborneys spe,nt the past weekemd on the c@as.t. They atteded the alumni for- estry banquet at Tacoma, vis- ited their son Joe at Kent, with the Stan Mallorys at Portl.and and with Mrs. Blakesly at Seat- tle. Dr. Wyborney also had several speaking engagements while on the coast. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Self ridge and children spent the week- end at the home of Laura Bra- zil at Warden On Sunday they were guests at a shower for Mr. and Mrs. tod Butler. Mabel Shoat was a Saturday evening supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ab Griffith. On Sun- day she attended a b'trthday supper for Fred Shoat at his home. Edrta Reitmeier and Mrs. Oli- ver of Four Lakes attended an- other Spokane cotmty exten- sion intermediate workshop Thursday They are maki, ng a dress at the lmme of Mrs. fames Doyle in Spokane. Mr. ,and Mrs. A1 W' 'Rms and the Marvin Will'ms were Sun- day visitors at the ,home of Annie and Charlie Plocker. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Monk, were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Errol Sanders, in Spokane. Friday visitors at the Gor- don Hodgson home were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nelson ad Ted- dy anl Lynn I-Inn of Spo- kane. On Sunday the Ho and Tony Clyburn attended a birthday dinner at the E, C. Hodgsons at Veradale. Mrs. Hodgson, Alma and Shirley had birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lablsh and family were Saturday vis- itors at the John I_bi,sh home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Simpson and frrtily of Edwall were Sunday visitors at the Loren Von Lehe home: Mrs. Glen Broderick of Deer Park spent a week with the Fred Johnson family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perry and children of Colvil!e were Saturday vis- itors. Anyone in the area interest- ed in playing pinochle is invit- ed to the Waukon Womensl club for on evening of cards  toorlx)w. Tuesday aternoon visitors of the Don Lamberts at Che- ney were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mc- Gourin. Gary visited with Per- ry Konrad in Spokane Sunday. Sunday evening visitors a the N now gives you SWEEP#I# SUPER FLOOR HEAT! Golden louvers in thb heat" outlet are motor driven to rotate back and.forth--sweeping the heat over your floor, All new in per. formance, styling and olors, this new Sieg. er gives you a new dimension in heating comfort. It eoon el EDGETT BROS. Cheney, Washington Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 OFFICERS ELECTED Hub Club met Nov. 10 a,t the town hall with Mrs. Russell Mace as hostess. Election of officers was he'ld, with results as follows: president, V.J. Kline; vice president, Phyllis Schmidt; secretary-treasurer, Savallah Willms; reporter, Jean Barrick; pennys for friendship, Anna Erfurth. The bazaar will be held Dec. lege over the weekend. Mrs. Eldon Jenicke kept Mike and Terry Moran while Barbara was gone. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Barrick and family went to the potluck dinner at Suset last Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. William Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Krebs were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldv,n Jenicke. Caller last week on Sarah Kirkpatrick were Mrs. John Becker, Lucille Fetzner and Jack Stroub. Mrs. Kirkpatrick and her 3 at the Four Lakes Grange brother Charles were dinner hall at 7:30 p. m. A pogram guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ke}th will be put on by Rita's School Powell, celebrating Mrs. Keith of Dance. The club will have crafts and Christmas gifts on display while the PTO will have a cake, candy and cookie sale Winners of the clock radio and the ribbon flower arrnement will be announced The next meeting will be held at the home of Essie Cal- syn Dec. 8. GROUP BOWLS Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox took the CYF gr(mp bowling Saturday night as an extra part of the youth program. GRANGE NEWS Four Lakes Grange met Fri- day night with 11 members present The next meeting will be Nov. 27, which will be for election of officers. Grangers are asked to come and sup,part the Grange. If the offices can't be filled because f tack of in- forest, the gange will. prob- ably have to close its d.oovs. For those who .have grange ,- surance his will be bad news. A few grangers can't do al the work ,and the rest draw the benefits. In order to make this a successful oganation everyone has to partdcipate. Don't let your children keep you home. If enough children can he fomd (ozcl are intex- ested) there could he a Juve- nile Grange. Everyone please come! Friday, Nv. 27. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Ted Radon, Kenny and Cindy spent the weekend at Yakima attending a swim meet in which Ken par- ticipated. They stayed with Mrs. Laura Randa'tl in Wapato. Debbie and Danny Radon stayed with Mr. d Mrs. Ie Wilcox and family. Donald Jenicke and Barbara Moran attended an atatear hour at the Walh WaRa Col- McGour'ms wore Mr. and Mrs. Stey Swanson of Waukon and Mr. arid Mrs. Don I.mbert, Don and iehelle Ballangrrd. Powell's birthday. Mrs. Maude Powelt of Four Lakes was also present. Elaine Canning and Gretch- en Moser are suffering from sprained ankles. Mr. and Mrs. Cody Stander- for and Mr. and Mrs. Del Stan- defter attended a birthday sup- per for Marshall Be'gess and Mrs. Katherine Godin at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Vil- tatobos Saturday night. = Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stewart and son from Elk were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Brown, Spokane, Glenn Brown, Che- ney, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mc- Kellips and Wendy, Palouse .ad Mr. and Mrs. Neil McKel- lips and Miles and Kathy, Pot- latch, Idaho, were Sunday din- ner guests of Mrs. L. S. Brown and Mrs. Forest Brown. Mary Withers, who recently moved from Four Lakes to Cheney, slipped and injured iher ankle last week. She is in Deaconess Hospital. Jerry and Cindy Lawson were weekertd guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Idartford and family. Marjean Anderson of Spo- kane was a Friday nit guest of Jacki Hartford. Gerald Lawson and Russell Mace Sr. returned Thursday aternoon from an elk ,hunng trip to the Blue M, ountair, s. They saw lots of cows and calves but no bulls. Saturday evening dimn. er guests of Mr. nd Mrs. Orville PhiRipson and family were Mr., and Mrs. Patti Rasmussen of i Spangle. Mrs. Alice Reimeier and IArgla were Sunday evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace. Polio cases in the United States have been reduced to some few hundred a year, thanks to immtmizaion begun in 1955. in 1954, there were 18,000 enes of polio in this eountry. Hamblen, Gilbert & 912 Paulsen Bldg.. Spokane, NOTICE TO C]gEDITOI No. 77195 Ir= the Superior Court of th Washington in ad for the Spokane. In the Matter of the ELIZABETH J. FAWVER Notice is hereby given that signed has been appointed of the above estate in this has qualified accordingly, am] persons havin claims against ceased are required to serve duly verified, with necessary upon the ur.dersigned at West Avenue, Spokane, Washingto Harold D. Clarke the attorney of at his office at 912 Paulsen ing, Spokane. Washington file such claim, with such service it* the the Clerk of the above the City" of Spokane, six months after the this notice, or they barred. Date of the first publication ntice is 20th day of November, Glora I. Fisher the above estate. Harold D. Clarke Attorney 912 Paulser Bldg., Spokane, (Nov. 20-Dec. 4) McKevitt, Snyder & 711 ONB Bldg., Spokane, NOTICE TO CREDITO] No. 78242 In the Superior Court of th Washington in and for the Spokane. In the Matter of the WALTER DAHL, deceased. Notice is hereby given that signed has bee appointed of the above estate Court and has qualified that all persons having claims said deceased, are required claims, duly verified, with vouchers, upon the West 1304-11 Averme, ington or upon Tbomas the attorneys of office at 711 Old National Bank Spokane. Washington, and claim with proof of such the office of the Clerk of Court at the City of Spokane, ton, within six months after publication of this notice, or be forever barred. Date of the first vublicatioa nvtice is 20tb day of November, Roy Dahl :Executor of estate. McKevitt, Syder & Thomas 711 Old Nationtl Bank Buildi, Spokane, Washington 99201. (Nov. 20-Dec. 4) Hamblen. Gilbert & $1| Paulen Bldg.. Spokane. NOTICE OF No. 75814 In the Superior Court of Washington t and for Spokane. In the Matter of the MEADE C. FOX, deceased, of State of Washington, CantY kaPe.--s Notice is hereby give that the First National Bank, Spokane ern Branch, the Eetmtor of estate, has rendered and settlement to, and filed in' the Court of Spokane County, State ingto its Final Account uto and a petition for Uon of said etate, in which asked to settle sa/d Estate. property to the heir or perso to the same, and the utor, and that the December, 1964, at the a. m. in the Court ior Court in the Spokane County, has been the hearing and settlement Final Account and ltition butior*, at which time and person interested in asid appear and file his exceptlon thereto and contest tho mO. Dated this 17th day of Geo. E. Fallquist, County Clerk of the Superior Court By Ralph V. Rer,vick, (Nov. 20-Dec. 4) iShop theeasy way, \\; He's our boss, too! He's a customer-and a stockholder--Of our company. As head of his household, he depends on us to provide him with constant, low-cost electric- iCy; as a stockholder, for sound management that means a profit on his investment. Like many of his neighbors, he's one of thousands of people who own one or more shares of stock in our company. Maybe you're an "owner" yourself-either directly or indirectly. Many people who have savings accounts or in- surance policies are indirect owners, because numerous banks and insurance companies also invest in our stock. We're glad so many people have confidence in us and in the service we provide[ THE WASHINGTON WATER POWER O, Electric and Natural Gas Service /