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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, November 26, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway BROTHER DIES AFTER VISIT Amos GrH&apos;th, a forme res- ide% amt hrattmr of Ab Grf- fith, .suffered a ,heart attack fOB0rng a visit at the Ga-if- ith lmme in Medical Lake on Tuesaj evening.  and Mrs. G15ith and the, Bill .Dol were just eItha. g to leave when lr. Griifith became ill. He was a-itChed ,to tim St. Imkes ,hspit by the ,cal am- larme, aad <lied there. The fire- oral was :hd in SVekae on Sa.urdlay. STUDENT MARRIES CALIFORNIA GIRL A Grtb, son of the late M. ,and Mrs. Carl Grub of 1 Lake, was ma,raied Nov. 20 Ln .the First Church of d at C tan, ga, Calif., to I<athleen Van;bervort, daugh- ter of Mr. arid Mrs. G. Harme- btwg of that city. &rub, a 1958 Fj'auate of Medical Lake high school, is a pre-med student at Ooaliga college. Mrs. Grub er at the elementary school. Everyone is most wecam,e to take payt. SHOWER HONORS GARY GLASGOWS Mr. and Mrs. Gary G,lasgw ere honored with a miseei- aneons .hwer one n%ffh last week at the M. E.  home, with ,lmstesses being Betty Brewer ,d Joyce Brown. Atmut 25 attended. The &lgews were mgrried Oct. 30 in the Calvert Luther- a elmr0h in Post FailS, attend- ed by Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mc- Neil of Spokane. They are making their lome in Espan- el arid both are atendhag sahol at EWSC. HOT LUNCH MENU od'a3r -- Creole slaghetti, whle heat muffins and but- ter, tossed green salad and dressing, pe,ac,hes and milk. Tuesday -- Iam and lima beans sealped, erisy corn bread, butter and honey, ear- day evenng with hbs guests being Lelsa Aderson mad S- yen and lonnie Bel.fi. Eght Missioettes met at the home of Marie Larsn Fri- day everfing to dcas their Christmas project. Fif'n yourtg  attend- ed the Yttth fr Christ rally in ,Spokalm, ,held at the lirst ssembly of &od c:humh Sat- uray evensong. The topic was "Be,oved Enemy." Mr. and Mrs. M. V. MOrris of Tacoma arived Wednesday to spend the ,holidays with the Larry Morse fanly. Renee and John MeKwn of Spokane were Sunday visit- ors ,of the John McKowns. Arving on Wednesday from Enterprise, Ore., to spend the hoiidays with the Piia,rds were .Mr. and Mrs. Neil Parks and family. They were joined on Thursday by the Bit1 Parks and the Bill IAt- tles of Slokane. Mrs. Grog Masheron and Debra arrived Friday from graduated rem San ose Tea- ro,t..sicks, orange sections and j Porlland to sl>end the ho,lidays chets Coge and  /1Drff mllK. ", .... [with the George Mastersons teaching. The couple wilt make weanesoay --browneo oem land the Arlie Hovers The Mas- their tmme there, and gravy over. ptatoes r cab-]t:esons will spend Thanlsgiv- cage stow, ua.na's cross, g, ]tg in Portland with other SYPREDJAS TWINS 3e:s rJs acl outter, appm- relatives ARE BOY AND GIRL s:auee and milk. I Mr. ad Mrs:. C, harles Sark- r..,,,, a. th., e ...... ,, ] Thursday Tomato soup, arm cnee,, orao an, o out%er, sals at 6 pounds and 8 otmc- es. The jned two sisters and a 'hiX)ler at their hovne. ATTENDS SPOKANE HOME EC. SESSION A the Whingo Vocatioma,1 Aoeiation meet- ing Fatda e at the COm- mtmity Call, go a Spokane were Mr.  M. Jay Wbed and Mr. ,md Mrs. Loren Vo Lobe. The speaker ws Imie Kramer, asistaat state supt. ofseheoamlof all eaal programs. He spoke off the rrr 1ok in ,tLhe h<mm economies fied. Stunts in the university and Om,ra Valr junior  home ee. classes it. MRS. LEMLEY TO SPEAK AT PRE-SCHOOL PTA The p'hool PTA meet Dee. 2 at 7:45 wheel "Mrs. Lemley lecl fle "discussion en is the kindergeen teach- juienne beets, baked apple and whipped cream and milk. STUDENTS VISIT EASTERN STATE One :hamdred psychology stu- dents from Oolu, mbia ,high scho at Riehand visited East- ern State ,hospital en !onday in enjunctioaa with their stud- ies. St. Paul's ethodt chure arm the Marirers cub of Mac- ito Presbyterian chtroh ave ward parties at the hospital th week. The Ohn Wom- en's llllowhip of Cheey is crductig ard parties in cmj:unia wh the Uriver. sity of Washgton student nure. A spee proga,m will be conducted on 2%nnlgivng morn.g for patients. Their dirmer wi ,have M1 t hOli- day trmnirgs. IAtt T'mumy Hi,lbdk eee- borated hs frs bir0hay Men- Join 00;hriatmas 00:lub now at NB0fC,'00krr00 iota! : ..... ,t'::j, It's easy to spot Christmas Club savers. Their smiles are a bit more merry.., their gift selection a bit more complete. They have the kind of Christmas money they need when it's needed-without upsetting the budget. Satis- fied? Christmas Club savers are the first each year to re-open an account for every member of the family. Join them now and next year you too can have a bright, bill-free holiday season! Merry idea? Just ask anyone at your nearby NBofC. HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: . Save every 2 weeks Receive next November $1 $2 $4 $6 $10 $20 $40 $ 25 plus Interest $ 50 .... $ 100 " " $ 150 " " $ 250 " " $ 500 " " $1000 " " Try NBofC's Automatic Christmas Club Plan. We do the work--systematicallyl NBC NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE ' ",-  MgMIIER FE,ERAL DEP011T |NSgAflgg gORPORAT|OR MEDICAL LAKE OFFICE: S. 120 BROAD ST. DON R. WINANS, MANAGER weather drove to I.:WirstOn on Sunlday to visit with the L. O. Clayons and drove to Pierce to see the new lumber m_. St. Timhy's Episcopal chuvc'h will boid a potluck din- nor at the city hail N,ov. 29 at 6:30. Mrs. Ann Sonneborn enter- tained with a get-acqtminted hmCheon ,at her home on Fri- day, .honoring her sister, Jane Gmtick. Guests were Mrs. FA- vern Gather, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. McGee and Mrs. East- wood. Sgt. and Mrs. Gl'en Bmw left early this week to spend the holidays with relatives o tihridge island, b3s! Herb Kukuk is iU at home wth pneumonia. Dawn arid Debra Fine ave vist',thag! thgs week wih the Kukuks, having arrived on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Crekl Firm., Who ,laZl visited the Gary Pines in Pln,an. Mr. and Mrs. :Sid Jack and son Ted off Bellin, gham 'arrived Wednesday %o ,spend the holi- days wth the Ab Grffiths. "Mrs. Margaret Ketclmer e,n- teaetained Sttaa eeaxing herrring the ,bh'thday of Jo,hn  Hen'ning. She served refresth- I menls to he ,hornred uest l ad Mrs. Henning, Mrs. Alice I HJllbrick and Mr. and Mrs. [ IrVn Imhff. uest speakexs at the As- sembly of &od Vhureh on Sun- day were Mr. ad ,Mrs. &werm Davenport, miorravies to El Salwdor in Central Mneriva. They we're dirmer guests at the Leo H;ffihrick home on Su,rday a,se. The Christmas gram has been set for Dee. 19 at 7:30. Mrs. ez Vtatsn, accom- panied by Fbel Howell, to Lewiston Sunday to visi Garnet Storms. Mrs. Wats dove on to Cl'arkston ad v/s- Mr. ad Mrs. BI Wgt and Mrr. al Mrs. Frank Bywie. The 'ladies aid off the Com- mtmity ,church met, Tuesday , with 14 women 1resent to com- , pleto tile slipper pvo.ject. Of- fi'eers for the cornig year were ,elected. Mrs. Arma Ma- lone ks the new presdart, Peggy Broles rive 1residen and 'program elairm, an, assist- ed by rs. Bilups, Beulah Klg as tre,amrer end Inez W'aso as secretary. J'oanne South witl be pojeet (timid. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Melbye of loseburg, Ore., were Man- .day evening visitors at the /mine of &race Lunder and gadson Brtme. Wednesday visitxrs at the lr- vir Imhoff home were Mr. and Mrs. Russel Deeds of Plaza. Thursday visitors were Mr. a,nd "M. Oim0erme Leger of arysve, Irvin ifer ad lVIiss Wussll of (3boney. On i Mmtday the A. J. Falls of Keri- newiek visited. Mr. ,arid Mrs: I2oyd Abl- mn of Tyler were Stmday drop n visitors at the Dee A,blanaaa home. i Thin, day events visitors at the Caude Betries were the Hersey Burls. On Sun6ay the Beetties were gests of the Herb Gisselberg ,amil, y fr dimmr ,at the In,aonal Air- port. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gram- b of Denver visited Tuesday and Wednesday a,t the home of is sister, 'Mrs. Everett Ful- ler and Mr. Fuller. He is asis aat forest supervisor of the Rocky Mountain region. Claaxde Mace ws taken on Tuesday to the Veterans ,hos- pita'l. Stmday dinner guests at the Cude Garners were Mary Snead and Mr. end Mrs. Sam , SurMerhnd of Cheney. Mrs. Ruth Hutton, a visitor a,t the Alton Tooke home, spertt several days last week Espanola News e[ By Katherine Hol|oway I I I0 ATTEND TYLER I BOOSTER PROGRAM I Espan, ol gra,age members who vited ,at the Tyler boost- er niglR Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Claude arner, Mr. and Mrs. Frmalk Hollinshead, Mr. nd Mrs. 2lbert Rose,nau, Mr. and Mrs. ordon tfo,ffgso and Lu,ella Kthn aId David. They e:n.oyed a potluck SU'lper and a vriety program. ATTENDS SPOKANE POSTAL MEETING Mrs. Elsie Pehrs,an attended the administrative meeting of postmasters on Tuesday at the Down Memory Lane Medical Lake -- 1955 2he OES club met at the home rot Ruby Jolm,on Friday evening with Mrs. aude Pil- la:rd co, hostess. Tho,se present were Peggy Reeves, Eva Hines, Ol'a L?oyd, Rachel Clinken- board, attie Greber, Lucile Plein, Made:in Cheyney and the hostesses. Plan, s we,re made for a bake szie to be 'held at Minnick's IGA store Saturday from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Plans were also made for the O ES p,otlck Christmas dinner or Mond,ay eremrg, Dec. 12. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wellborn of San Diego and Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Bartelt were: drmer guests at the home of Mrs. W. A. Bdwi,n Sunday. Mr. aad Mrs. G. R. Glamore attertded a meeting and ban, quet ,of Istmasters at the Ridpath hotel Sunday. The 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Olaenee Moore of Bspanola was' destroyed 'by fire Tues- day morning. Both Cheney arid TyMr fre trucks respoaad- ed but the fire had gte,n too much of a ,head sta,rt. All the household floods, except a deep freeze and washg ma- chine were burned. Sally Hemgng, daughter off Mr. and Mrs. Dave Henmng of Pardan, became the bride of lVhrvin Willms, son of Mr. and lVhs. Albert Willrns, FrMay, Nov. 11. The young pele at- terd'ed Reardan schools. They il make their hoe t Rear- dan. Medical Lake- 1945 Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Heyer and HeWn and Dick, the Pran Llew- ell'yn family and Mrs. Fed WatSon ,haxl Sunday dinner at the H. R. Watson home. Tlanksgivig day guests at the Ha Watsorm were the Lee Chteaen family of ttayikd, the A. L. Svensns, Ma,s. Lore,n,e Hutc ',hison, the R. J. Heyers, Mrs. Agnes Hey- e,r, Mrs. Lyda F'h,baek and Fail. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Baker, Mrs. Anna Johnston arid Mr. and Mrs. Robinson of Spokane trod Thanksgiving dinner at the ttaold lobinsn home. Oapt. M. Nieman, ANC, ar- rived home Thanlgivintg day ater harvirg rceived three nmzttl terminal leave fo]lew- ing fr years of service. She arrived No. 20 in Virginia rom ,mrers:. Mrs. H. W. W'vlkes, .her s'rster, me. her i :Spokane ad went on to Walla WMa, reu, rning Suraay. Ca. Wlkes wears three battle stars, a umt citation ,and has three nedalS for service/,, during the buzz bomNngs. Mr. ad Mrs. Ervin Klbet were weekend guests at the home of ,her perents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Reeves. Mr. arid Mrs. Jo*hnnie Rees Miss Lyd Foes of Spokane, Carl Schmidt arid My. mad Mrs. Bill Johron and girN were Thanksgiviag guest, s at the Raymond Stahle lmme. at the Deaconess hospital. A sister of twits. Tooke, Mrs. Glen Iwis of Kermewiek, az,rived to visit them. Bob LleweYa is spending a week's vav, at ,his parent's home from his job in Tacoma. Mrs. Bde Keene ,has re- turrmd ater a raon%h's vit in California. Hpr ,sen, Cliftort of Toek, came ,here to take her to ,Ms /mane. While in Cafof na she visited at Santa Bar- barn with tim Delbert Keeaae amity aad 'oso with Mr. and Mrs. lotto Giffer, Claude Bar- tblrnew, Mr. mad Mrs. Jud Marri and Evelyn Freemma. She re,ned tmme with Joyce Keene mad srnly of Spokane. At Wall Wal they visited wth Jim arid Germ Keene, students at Whitman college. The George Palmers receiv- ed wood that Mrs. Leo Pen- rose, who is new making her home on the coast, is spend- ing stone time with ,Mrs. Lilly Meyer, Who 'has just returned from the hospital. ,Mrs. Anna Malone and Mary Ellen are spending Thardsgiv- in, g wih the Pa.lmevs. Mr. rd Mrs. Crime Martin of Mare, Ore., were visitors: hst week rat the Ben M.orgn, hme. On Sund,a,y the Ben Morgans were .ditto, or guests of th:e Do Wyaias. Mr. Morgan's brothers Carl of pea%land and Earl of lone, Ore., were also present. T evmrirml Annex in Spokane. The district meeting was hem with a luncheon at the &oMen Hour on Friday, which Mrs. Pehrson also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pehrson attended a meeting in the Cheney Latter Day S!aints church on Satur- day. WINTER PINOCHLE SEASON LAUNCHED The John Lahish family have started the winter sea- s'on of pinochle playing by hav- ing he first party at the home on Saturday evening. Present were the Gone Wyber- neys and Mary, EIiza Roseamu, t{enry and WaRer, the A1 Ros, ermaa;s, Jerry Lbishes, Moyd Kn/apps, Roydal Co.leys, John TeSchs, Gordon Hodffs,ans and the Walter Rupps. High score winners we're Gene Wyborney and Mrs. Rupp, low scores to Jerry Labish arid Anlna Hodg- son with Eliza Rose,nau taking the trave,ling prize. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Webley and daughters spent five days v acationirg last week, driving to Chehalis to visit Mr. and Mrs. George Oambridge and up the ,cast and home. Mrs. Lavina Swanson enter- tained th'e Reardan B,ridgettes at .her home Tue,sday with three tab}es in phy. Mrs. Chude Humphry was a guest. Mrs. Sally Wi'lms and c,hl- dren and Evetyn Willms d'reve to Pomeroy Friday to spend the night with the Bo,b Kirks. on Saturday they met A1 mad Mmwin Wims, who 'had just returned from hunting. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Rosemau Roy ,and Wayrm Hdgson spent Sunday with the John Hodg- son family at Deer Park. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hdg- son attended the fu'neal on Tuesday of C. K. Thayer at Fairfield. On londay they vis- ited with the Scott HanSon's at Tekoa. Scott It ,anan and Mrs. Catherine Hanson were Sun- day visitors .at the Hedgsons. Mrs. Mabel Shoat and Mrs. Dorma Mnsser attended a bri- dal shower in Spokane Satur- day eye,ring, ,hon'orig Linda C,opeMnd. Mr. and Mrs. Jack PenhN- urick spent he pa week vis- itng with the Moriartys and the Selfridges. They re,turned to Moses Lake Sun@ay. Mieky Morarty visited with the Lee Pefl,urieks Wednesday. On Monday evening he Bill Me@ourins vi, sited at the Stan- ley Swan,son home. Mrs. Rich- ard Manke was a Thursday vis- itor of Mrs. McGurin. &ary an,n spent Sunday with Gege larm in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Fr'nk Sel- fridge returned Tuesday eve- East Cheney By Anna Phillips At their meeting last Friday evening, East Cheney grange voted to accept the invitation of Tyle,r .grange to attend the insta'1lation of ,officers. Mr. anid Mrs. /ames Bla ckshaw will serve refreshments at the next meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Don MacQuarrie were hosts for this meeting. The first card party is th SaturdCay evening at 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Emery i B,abb and Mrs. Esther Stelzer wilt be hosts. The following of, fie.ers were elected: master, Harry Hamp- ton; secretary, Bette Babb; overseer, John Bahb; steward, Garnett Boots; assistant stev- ard, Chester Phillips; lady as- si.sant stew'avd, V/oN Phlip; ecturer, Ka.chel Blackslmw; gate keeper, Emery Babb; chaplain, Anna Phillips; treas- urer, Hel.en Boots; Ceres, Eliza- beth Babb; Fora, Esther Stel- ning after spending two weeks with the John Maurers of Ty- ler on a trip to E1 Paso to visit with the Don Jones faanily and Mrs. Charles Maurer, wh:o is in the hospital. En route they vis- ited with Mrs. Blanche Hart- sock in Oakland, Mr. and Mrs. Brand Foster and son at Pasa- :dena and with Mr. and Mrs.,n Durwood Steetham at Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. Harem Mor- :ga'n and Paul of Spokane were Sunday visitors :at the hme :of Katherine Hollovay. Mr. zer; Pomona, Verma rio; executive chotnmitt Don MacQuarrie; h,o chairm,an, Clara Mr. and Mrs. lips and John were evening dinner guests arid Mrs. D o,u.g Kite of Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. George had as weekend guests i Mrs. W. R. Stanley of WaIla Wzila. Mrs. is a daughter of Mrs. Mrs. Celia Kelly led Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ronnie and Wayne of. ll]s to ,a movie in last Saturday. The Saturday overnlight Frank Ludwig and ley. Sunday they pre-Thanksgivhag Mr. and Mrs. Duane ton arid furnily of Force Base and Mr. Troy Mayfield and Spolne were weekerd of Mr. and Mrs. Vern to,n. Mr. and Mrs. Wally and Joarme Sunday evening with Mrs. arnett Boots, Mary. Mr. an,d Mrs. Joe Jimmie and Jennifer, V. Steward of Coeur Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .and Cheryl of Omak, Mrs. Steve Burris aM of Hayd,en Lake had Thanksgiving family last Sunday at the ,home 'ard Mrs. Warn ttayden. Lake. Mr. and Mrs. David l} 'and Mrs. Jim Hepton ao vis.' us, Duane and Michael ited. D0nrla Harris was an mira were weekend  ' eirnn;:.ddaF i ceSatde i lnrdM? nM a e, : " ' , ys ursda withl. ,z?..u .; , a dinner at the Harris ime. tene yne. soi e.OT [ The Frank Solfrid,ge family lance. 'at to'honey caty baturaay evemre drove to Warden Satueday eve-[ ...... hirg to atnd the wedding re-I -- eepton of Mr. mold Mrs. FlOyd[ Losses of 13 per c t M],o,er at the Bill Rogers [ eran pulation are lmme. They were ove,rniht [ for Khode Island, guest's ,at the Leo Segridge ] and South Dakota Home.  1960 arid 1980. DANCING By Juke Box Monday thru Thu Live Music Friday & Saturday Lucky's Tavern Medical Lake, Wash. "Who owns the Washington ape lr/ Water Power "lnved0r00- people like meI" Most of our "owners" are folks like you and your neighbors, who recognized that their electric company is a good investment for their savings. They know we are a stable, people. managed business.., with the interests of people uppermost in our service and planning; We--and the nation's more than 300 other investor-owned electric companies--are proud to be a part of a business system which has grown and improved constantly over the yearS, in the traditional American way. 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