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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Thursday, November 25, 1982 Medical Lake Refrigerator donated Farm News The 41st annual meeting of the Washington Association of Conserva- tion Districts (WACD) will take place at the Ridpath Hotel in Spokane Nov. 28 through Dec. 1, according to Conven- tion Chairman Jack Ringwood of Sprague. Governor John Spellman will be the speaker at a special luncheon Nov. 29 at noon. Governor Spellman will speak on his recent trip to China, as well as the overall effect that foreign trade has on the agricultural community in the State of Washington. Because of interest in the Governor&apos;s speech, the WACD will open this luncheon to the general public. Ad- vance tickets may be purchased through the Spokane County Conser- vation District office at N. 222 Havana St. in Spokane; telephone 452-2120. These luncheon tickets will also be available at the convention registration desk on the mezzanine level of the Ridpath Motor Inn. This year's con- vention is being hosted by the Lincoln County Conservation District, head- quartered in Davenport. A panel discussion will take place in the Empire Room of the Motor Inn at 11 a.m. on Oct. 29, concerning the issue of how best to promote and implement a positive program for the protection of our+ natural xeaewab! resources. Moderator of the panel will be Ka:l Kottman, executive director of the Washington State Council of Farm Co-ops. Participating in the discussion will be: Ben Shuey, president of Wash- Churches Lake City Assembly of God "Fellowship of the Unashamed'" 400 East Grace 299-3139 SUNDA Y SERVICES 8:00 a,m. Morning Worship 9.'30 a.m. School of the Bible 10:45 a,m. Morning Worship 6:00 p.m. Praise [ Prayer Tues. 7 p.m. Family Night Thurs. 7 p.m. LIFE Groups Bryan Ameson, Pastor 299-3139 M.L. Community Church N. 203 Washington 299-3286 Sunday School 9:45 Worship Hour 11:00 Family Night Z'O0 Wednesday Christ Centered Bible Believing Pastor Jack Lewis St. John's Lutheran Church Worship Hour 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 9.'45 a.m. Wayne Olsen, Pastor 2994771 S. 223 Hallett, Meal. Lake 2994114 St. Anne Catholic Church MASSES Sat. 6p.m. - Sun. 8:30[2 lO a.m. Holy Days 9 a.m. 8 7p.m. Father Bernard Schiller E. 708 Lake, Med. Lake 299-3585 Medical Lake Friends of the Library have donated a refrigerator, some puppets and records to the library. The funds were raised through the Founders Day book sale held in June and through the October book sale. Pictured, from left, are Betty Magarrell, librarian, Glenn Rupley, Chuck Gray, Mary Seagrave, treasurer, Dave Cross and Sybil Gray, chairperson. No charges filed in rape case ington Environmental Council; Com- missioner Nell C. Ausman of Clarkston, representing the Washington Associa- tion of Counties; Alex McLean, presi- dent of the Washington Association of Wheatgrowers; Don McClure, presi- dent of the Washington Cattlemen's Association; and Stewart Bledsoe, ex- ecutive director of, the Washington Forest Protection Association. Washington state's wneat growers will discuss "survival" at their 28th annual convention, Dec. 5-8 in Spokane. "We're suffering through some very tough times," says Alex McLean, presi- dent of the Washington Association of Wheat (;rowers. A morning panel discussion Dec. 7, entitled "Surviving the 80s" will fea- ture: Cleveland Anschell, vice presi- dent of Rainier National Bank; Dale Darling, product manager for DuPont Agriehemicals; and Robert Green, S marketing manager for J.l. Ca.'e Ag Equipment. A panel discussion the morning of Dec. 6 will focus on the plight of growers hit hard by warehouse bank- ruptcies, which can result in the loss of grain stored in such facilities. Panel- ists will be: Don Munkers of the Pacific Northwest Grain and Feed Association; Elmer Gibbons of the Washington Department of Agriculture; Dick Lude- man of the Washington Bankers Association; and a grower who has been affected by a bankruptcy. The WAWG Convention will be held at the Rldpath Hotel and Motor Inn in Spokane. Registration will begin at noon Dec. 5. The convention will continue through the afternoon of Dee. 8 Business sessions will determine WAWG policy for 1983 and beyond, according to McLean. The speaker at the opening night banquet will be Dan Schmarr, a former spy plane pilot with the CIA now known as KHQ Radio's "Eye in the Sky" in Spokane. Jim Ozbun, dean of the Washington State University College of Agriculture, will discuss his college, which was recently merged with WSU's home economics department: He will speak at the Dec. 6 hmcheon. No charges were filed against two Medical Lake High School students who were arrested last month in connection with an alleged rape incident in Pioneer Park. Spokane County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Norris Barnhill said, how- ever, another youth was charged with second degree assault. The alleged victim was a female student at Medical Lake High School. The youths had been arrested and booked into the juvenile detention center in Spokane.. Lakeland receives Christmas donation l,akeland Village residents recently received an early Christmas present. The Lakeland Village Associates, a group of residents' parents and friends, presented a St,000 check to Superin- tendent Susan McKeehan. The money will be used to buy Christmas pre- sents. "'Residents who don't have involved families or any money will get indivi- dually chosen gifts with the money," McKeehan said. McKeehan said the LVA gift is presented almost every year and helps make Christmas brighter. Catherine Frownfelter heads the 1,VA. Crafts bazaar slated The fourth-annual Christmas Crafts Bazaar will be held Saturday in the Medical Lake City Hall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The bazaar features a wide variety of public," said Tim Shepard, Parks Department director. "We want to give the local crafts- men a chance to display their items and the public a chance to get Christmas Student winners nam in school writing con Medical Lake Elementary students had a chance to express their feelings about education during American Edu- cation Week, Nov. 15-19. Grades 1-3 wrote on "What's Right About Medical Lake Elementary School". Receiving recognition by principal Jim Van Matre were: Rachel \\; \\; L w.w I like Medical Lake Elementary because I get to go to special reading we get to do special things in reading. I like timing and game day. I like 4-square and I'm a good player. I like Mr. VanMatre because he has birthday lunches. I like the math problems. I like to do hard things. Jason Adams Grade 2, Room 4 crafts, hobbies and baked goods from gifts at reasonable prices." STOP! local people. ' ks I Compare & Review The bazaar s sponsored by the Par .......... you msurK;t:} P, OW "This event is a service to the and Rero,tionDepartment. I LLOYD HAM I Agent 299-5133 eprt 1 115 S. Lefevre Medical Lake HOUSEHOLD AUCTION Starting at 11:00 a.m. SATU RDA f, DEC. 4 Because of health reasons, I have sold my home. Will sell the following collection of many ),ears at the address below: ( oliJpI i ;It fl[[+/[R \\;\ 'Hmh,tl' R[t RI(,i R \\;ll ) I RE t /I R I,q K )h Jll}lHt I) 1\\;, Hf IdkC "'hl,hh'f \\;1 (;,l+th'n I[d HAND TOOLS: thpv lht,,d' lqw \\;L+xl.Ig .++!n,c \\;\ \\;1 II R \\;\ hlr!pt,d I )' I R \\;', m(hd) + It(m\\; l)t<)p h',d I,dfl.,I ++i(l \\;',. . <I i,,p- 5 +C(II + %t'\\; , lilt.* /1,It +Ifllt' J;{ I\\; [ ,HI { t)+J*+rX'l(++ t\\; [I(",++rJt't \\;ll+r(>+ I }{)HNI' +''{I I+(I\\; %[)rHIL. \\;'X++ kl't I h,Hl \\;h'. 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Martin, Charleen Burton and Ian Farr, Schools". first grade; Joe Petersen, Jason Adams man, Richard and Cathy Herker, second grade; Keri Mamishian, Wilcox, Judd Staton and Jeremy Sny- Cox, Amy GraVes, der, third grade. Karen E Students from the fourth, fifth and sixth grades wrote about the national Boehme and theme, "A Strong Nation Needs Strong grade. i OPEN 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon..Sat. ISpokane # II38.SSI Christmas Sale Starts Thurs., Dec. 2 Watch the Free Press for Details I II FOR YOUR INFORMATIONmmm I J HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM CHENEY AND MEDICAL LAKE OWL PHARMACY LJ 1. l like the teachers nice. 2. I like Mr. Price because he the school clean. 3. I like every body in the 4. I like Mrs. Price to tell lunch recess. 5. I like the play play on. 6. I like the art teacher thinks of neat things to do. 7. I like the music teacher teaches me neat songs. 8. I like the assemblies. 9. I like the P.E. teacher. Teri Wilcox Grade 3, Room 10 nation \\;II't t'II,Int+i+ti dtqlt,, k'Itl' iar Jtllhlt+ OFFI(E FURNITURE: 42\\;+)0 (h'k (h,l++ ,m +)llt'+ {{'\\;(}{} l)t)t)k (,],l' {i}\\;{t) ,llihH l,l,- ([()llr, tfiF})h} r (,1(,;  (J[,1%%(,[ II{(' , ( ()lllI)lll,lll<)l} x,ltlJl ,ll}(Jll1+ I17,I( hH14' (,If{ u[,lhlr V+lllI+l lll,l]l hghl t.t HARRY & FRANCES CHILDERS 301 G Street, Cheney, WA 99004 Phone 235-6492 I)[NNIS BLY, Clerk WES BLY, Auttioneer IERMS Of SALE: (ASH 253-4581 Harringhm oai +n schoo) start and at help us W also radio We have We If you're n the market for a new grinC check out the Model 358 from Holland, It's a modern frm feed speoal tank design practically ehminateS no matter what crop you're grinding. features a 125-bushel tank, 21qnch 540- or 1,000-rpm drive and reed hal hydraulic drive. The "358" is power bale feeder, plain feed chute or auger. An optional dual remote-control unloading auger s also available Ad Phone 535-1708t E1602 f