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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, November 27, 1964 00iical Lake News By Katherine Holloway HOT LUbJCH MENU When school resumes Mon- day after the Thanksgiving holiday the followig lunch menu will be served. Monday -- Medical Lake fav- orite dish, dill pickles, whole kernel corn, deep dish apple pie and milk. Tuesday -- Tomato rice soup, egg salad sandwich, cel- ery sticks, peanut butter cook- ies and milk. Wednesday -- Potatoes with turkey in gravy, confetti sahd, whole wheat muffins and but- STRAIGHT "A" STUDENTS--Students earning a 4.0, or straight "A" grade average for the first nine week grading per- iod at Medical Lake High School are, left to right, Richard Sicher, Portia Liggins, Diane Young, Janis Wertz, Barbara Ed- rounds, Vanessa Birdsey and David Ralphs. 7 Medical Lake Students Ach,eve Perfect Grades Seven Medical Lake High Kathy Schaefer, 3.33; Terry Sdhool students earned perfect Tarrant, 3.33; Aleta Taylor, 4.0 grade averages for the 3.33; Reid Whiteside, 3.33; Kim first rAne week period, school Elsom, 3.17; Julie ETickson, offic}ats anoanced this week. 3.17; Kathy Mayer, 5'.17; Jan Making all "A's" were Rich- Koberts, 3.00. ard Sicher, Portia IAggins, Di- FRESHMEN  J.ans Wertz, ane Young, Janis Wertz, Bar- 4.00; Linda Russell, 3.83; Roe- barn Ednunds, Vanessa Bird- bir .Smith, 3.83; Gretchen Gra- soy and David Rallxhs. Others on the honor roll are: SENIORS -- Diane Yotmg, 4.0; Bey Harmon, 3.83'; Li.nda Slicer, 3.80; Jack Hein, 3.60; Carl Liggins, 3.60; Bill Sthn- son, 3.60; Elizabeth Cook, 3.50; Viki lm;adenhall, 3.40; ,lke Forvt, 3.33; Steve Lachen- myer, 3.33; Nancy ToKiver, 3'.- 33; Akmzo Wertz, 3.33; Bren- da Selleck, 3.20; Kathy Ser- pinas, 3.20; Sandra Wilson, 3: 20; Jean Gray, .17; Jis Key, 3.17; Mike gh'ankle, 3.00. JUNIORS -- Vanessa Bird- sey, 4.00; ]rbaxa FAmunds, 4.00; Portia Liggins, 4.00; Lor- riaine Allen, 3.80; y I-loose, 3.80; Marsha , 3.80; Dixie Oliver, 3.80; Steve FAug, 3.60; Mar Agnew, 3.50; Allan Fisher, 3.40; George Tres- sa, 3.40; Steve Bickley, 3.5; Ross Elsom, 3.33; Jmt Kehley; 3.33; Dale Terry, 3.33; Bob Smith, 5'.17; Larry Bauman, 3.00; Mary Crossman, 3.00; Lynda Crouch, 3.00; Pam Lach- enmyer, 3.00; Sally Stimson, 3.00. SOPHOMORES  Richard SiCher, 4.00; David Raiphs, 4.00; Dennis Duncan, 3.67; Tom asmussen, 3.67; Stuart Young, 3.67; Mike Obenchn, 3.33; CALENDARS ON SALE Pre-school calrendr will be on sale at the Dee. 3 meeting, or they may be purchased at the elementary school. Linda Nilles has been selected as budget finance commRtee woman. At the December meet- ing there will be a craft idea exchange for Clistmas decor- ations, caro'ls will be sung and a white eleplmnt sale among members held. BANQUET HONORS FOOTBALL PLAYERS ,Mike Shartkle received the cptain award rom ,his coach, Gerald Conners, at the Nov. 10 football banquet hog pay- ers .and the coach. Carl Liggins was honored as co-captain. The most val, ttable phyer award went to A1 Wertz. The coeches award for llne- nmn weatt to  Oambridge and backfield aavd went to Bob Bell. Bill Stimson was given the insp'watiorml award and I,uis Evans the defensive award. OCher senior phyers ,lmrmred were Butch Denton, Jer ,Mur- ray, Larry Tarrant, Craig C-ub, I rvin Coulter, Jim Emerson Dick Burlingme and Fred Per- kin. Homecoming Queen Kathy Adams and her court, Bev Hay. m0n, Bser IAggim and Vicky Mendenhall, were introdced. The captain-elect or 1965, Larry Bauman, was introduced. Mr. Van Matte ,acted as master of ceremonies. ham, 3.67; Priscith McCrsn, 3.67; Janice Quilling, 3.67; Jan- et Creasman, 3.50; Suzanne Agnew, 5'.33; Dawn Jurgens, 3.33; Vicki Obenchain, 3.33; Mary Wetzel, 3.33; Gregg Mor- risn, 3,20; Candice Perkins, 3'.17; Susan Skidmore, 3.17; Dean Hoiliday, 3.00; Jean Kin, 3.00; Judy Raggio, 3.00; Linda Vaent(mr, 3.00, and Ju- dith Carlson, 3.00. CHAMBER MEETS The Chamber of Commerce met on Tuesday eveng, afte being served a turkey dinner by the auxiRa. A Christmas party is being pr'l ,ed with street decorations ,and a tree, in conjunction with the city cotmcil and the fire depart- ment Anyone wishing to do- .hate towards treats for the chiMren may conta Ftz Gil- breth. They plan to ,hold a party in the vacant space where Minnicks was :located be- fore the fire. The Cha,mber also spoke about the Lilac Porade floa and providing power to pull it. Don Titus, cost service su- pervisor of General Telelahone Co., was in charge of the pro- gram. Art Davls, who is in the construction and equipment department, told of the next 35 years in communications. He elaborated ,on the new building to be built in Medical Lake in 1965, as the commun- ity is outgrowing the present facilities. It will be set up October of 1965 in conjunct, ion! with the extended area service. POTLUCK SET Rev. and Mrs. Hubbard will host the St. Timothy's Eis- copal monthly potluck and guild meeting at their Che- ney home on Dec. 7. SPORTS SCHEDULED The first basketball game of the season .will be held on Dec. 1 at Freeman High School. It will be a jarfaoree, including four schools. The baskethall temn, coached by Mrs. Smith. peters, ill play a home con- ferenee game with Deer Park .on Dec. 4. On Dee. 5 they will travel to Oheweiah. Medical Imke will host a doubl,eader weJtlirg card Dee. 5. Ritzvie and Clville will meet at 1 p. m. wi Med- ieai Lake and CoVax uing the mats at 3 p. m. Me,. Cormers will coach the wresflin tem. GARNERS ENTERTAIN The Claude Gm-ers enter- Mined Sunday with a potlack r honrin, g the Locke Lewises. Guests were the Jack Benches, the Joe Picketts and the Paul Lowrys. Lakeland Village him leave as he has not only demonstrated a .high degree of ability and competency in his POSITION ACCEPTED profession hut has acquired the Eugene Garms, social work admiration and respect of supervisor at Lakeland Village, hundreds of residents, parents has accepted the position of and co-workers. Mrs. Lois Wal- assistant superintendent at lace of the University of Wash- Rainier School and will assume ington will replace Mr. Garms. his new duties Dec. 1. Mr. Garms has been at Lake- VISITATION HELD land Village the past 11 years. "High School Visitation We are pleased with his pro- Days" brought 365 high school motion but will be sorry to see and college students to Lake- land and Eastern Hosp,ital, Oct. 21-23. afternoon. The students were mock casualties on a school A special ceremony was held bus, which in time of disaster in the auditorium Oct. 24 in would be received at the hospi- recognition of the years of tal. The hospital works closely state employment for a total of with Spokane County Civil De- 21 Lakeland Village employ- fense, under the direction of ees. Twenty years of employ- Mr. McGrew. ment earned pins for Mrs. The simulated bus accidents Kathryn Nave and Mrs. Mar- ter, peaches and milk. were received and victims garet Stocker. Fifteen, years Thursday -- Grilled noodles were sorted for treatment at awards were presented to Mr. with pork and gravy, green the activity therapy depart- Spanjer, George Sims and Mrs. peas or chilled tomatoes, bread ment, bringing many persons Ethel Staples. Ten year awards into play. This was a time to were presented to 16 employ- and butter, chocolate cake, test traffic control, telephone ees. An employee dance was pears nd milk. and messenger control. The held foilcuing the ceremony. Friday -- Fish sticks, tartar Region 3 of the Washington sauce, baked potatoes and but- operation took 1Vz hours, ter, chopped spinach, bread which in time of actual distress Conference of Child-Car,g In- and butter, Bing cherries and wold take much longer. First stitutions held its fall work- aid boxes, located on the hos- shop on Nov. 13 at St. Anne's milk. pital grounds, must be kept Infant Home in Spokane. Near- SENIORS PRESENT PLAY ready. An alert, when sound- ly 100 persons attended. New- A ,one act comedy, "Nobody ed, will put the whole plan in: lv elected officers include Sis- Sleeps," was presented Friday focus. Mr. Nelson, hospital ad-(er Mary Gabriel of the Spo- in two performuTlces by the l ministratr' felt the semi-an- kane Good Shepard Home as semor el,tss, under the direc-I nual exercise went. exception.- regional president .and Mr. secretary-treasurer. A state- tior of Mr. Olsen. Students tak-I, ally wel.Hbee Sd?Stvealcr Shermerhorn of Lakeland as ing part were Larry Wrigrht, [lques_wt ' r ' wide conference is to be held Kathy Serpinas, Elwanda Even- [ me operauzz. Dec. 3-4 at the University of son, Jerome Gray, Dianne I ^=an mWIND Washington. Young and Nancy Tolhver ....... :' " " Doug'ls Sonneborn, seanan, Rev. Furman said a special Thanksgiving cttapel service SONNEBORN-S E--NTERTAIN I USCG, sonof M{. ad Mr. sEd- was to be held Nov. 22. At theft warn w. onneDorn, let. , is Mrs. Kenddl Beale was hon- ored at a tea Monday afternoon serving aboard the Coast Guard timemal theYdedicationWere toofhaVethe a newfr by Mrs. Ed Sonneborn. G,uess Cutter Northwind, operating chancel appointments, which were residents of the trailer out of Seattle. court where the Bea}es ave Northwind is an icebreaker incde a pulpit, lectern, altar made their home. Sgt. Beale is which has recently returned and a complete set of stoles. retkring from the Air Force and from its annual Alaskan Patrol. Beginning with t chapel set- they .will make their home in Whe operating in Alaskan vice .aml eonng the.reatter, Arks. waters, 22 escorts ,and tovs Rev. Furman, the ehir, the Doug Soneborn, stationed were made through ice fields director and the orga,nist were at Seattle, who as spent the for a total distance of 2,488 todresSedadd dignityin fUHandlengthimpresmve.gOwns past five months on a Bering miles, ness to the services. Sea patrol, spent the weekend JENNES S PROMOTED ------ at home rith his parents. Mr. nd Mrs. Sonneborn at- Marine Pet. First Class Rich- VOLUNTEERS DUE tended the opening nght of ard Jeness, son of Mr. ,and A new group of volunteer "Speaking of Murder" at the Mrs. James Jemmss, Rt. 1, was workers fom Whi_'twortla. eCoto 1- Civic Theater Thursday eve-P rmted to his present rank lege has expressed a eslre . Oct. 16, while serving with the be of service to Lagena wt- rang. !Second Battalion, First Marine lage. Nov. 5, 25 students and - 'Regiment, First Marine Divis- Dr. McDonald of the psychl- HIGH SCHOOL ion, Camp Pendleton, OaU. ogy department were at Lake- STUDENTS IN DRILL His pronotion was based on land or 2% 'hours for a, e Twenty Medival Lake high i time in service and raw, k, mill- ovionati'on in mental retarda- school students took part in tory appeance and his knwl- ami child care oportun- the third disaster driM at East-edge of selected milita, sub- and methods. The group ern State Hospital Wednesday eels. mtidpates spending this amount of time every T:h,urs- day everArg and will devote their interests ,and talenCs to working with and entertaining the residents. Mr. Long is the coordinator for this volunteer program. Mr. Long and Mr. Jackson met with members of the fac- ulty at EWSC Nov. 18 to initi- ate planning for the 1965 sum- mer workshop for teachers in special education. As in the past, en,rollment in the work- shop will be limited to apprOX- imately 25 persons. Local chapters may wish to begin now to consider providing Medical Lake 1934 daughter, Camille, returned scholarst-ps for this special A no-host dinner party spon- Monday from Sacred Heart ized course. sored by OEC was iven at the hospital home of Mrs. C. M. Jerue on Rosemary Pillard-and Car- Wednesday evening honoring lyn Abey attended a Job's Dr..and Mrs. N. W. Brown, who Daughters meeting at Cheney. left Monday for Seattle. Jack Holt and his Scholars L. R. Anderson has leased of Rhythm played for a dance the Hagen building and will :at Lamoni Saturday night. move his store there soon. He Roy and Darrell Holliday also has joined the IGA stores, were dinner guests of Ted Hus- the largest independent organ- sey Tuesday eveng. ization of merchants in the world. The Wilson grocery which Medical Lake  1954 :,has beer, operated here the lneral services for Dennis past' ,,w years by Mr. and Lyon Weatherill, inant son of Mrs. Clyde Wilson ,has been Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee sold to L. R. Anderson who will Weatherill, were hem Friday. move ,his stock into the build- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Heyer are ing. Trine Wilsons are moving parents of a daughter born to Spolane. Nov. 4. Mrs. Josephine Henry, first Miss Pauline Coma and and second grade teacher, en- Jolmnie Wren of Ritzville were te--xtained her pupils and their UTfited in marriage Nov. 1. The mothers at a Mother Goose brideis the daughter of Mr. party Wednesday. and Mrs, O. H. Hamlet. i Esparola grangers taking Medical Lake -- 1944 the seventh degree were Mr. Pfc. WilLiam (Bud) Waiters and Mrs. Jack C(W, sweH, Mr. of Port Leonard Wood, Mo., is and Mrs. Gordon Hedon, Mr. siting ,his parents, Mr. and and Mrs. John Hodgson, Mr. Mrs. Carl Waiters. and Mrs. Falward Best, Waiter Mrs. Ruby McKinney attend- Rosemu, Mr. and Mrs. Osoar a banquet for emp4yees of ReRmeier and sans, Jack and Bell Telephone company at Jerry, Mrs. Robert Solversn, Daven@ort. Amanda Albert, Ronzil Mc- Duane Olson arrived Mon- Clain, b Peterson and Henry day to spend an eight-day fur- Rosenau. longh with his wi.e and farn- Wiliard W. Jones, hwyer, is ily. in ,his office in the city hall Mrs. C. K. Apar and infant every Tuesday. Esoanola News By Katherine Holl0way COURSE COMPLETED Gerald W. Meserve, airman apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Meserve, graduated Oct. 28 from the avi- ation structural mechanic hy- draulic school at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis, Tenn. During the eight-week course he studied basic hy- draulics and components and hydraulic system troubleshoot- ing and operation,al main,ten- ance. The curriculum included stability and control of air- craft, safety precautions, in- troduction to hydraulic trouble- shooting and inspection of landing gear. ON POMONA PROGRAM "The Grange Deputy Calls on a Busy Housewife" was the skit put on at Spokane County Pomona Grange by Irene Ros- enau, son Roy and Henry Itos. enau. Pomona met Saturday at Spring Hill Grange Hall with West Deep Creek as hosts. At- tending from Espano,ta were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Best and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner. 1lie I Henning and Lula Tilsonl helped serve supper with the Four Lakes Grange members. CLUB MEE t Espan, ola Womers Club met j lesd, ay at the home of OUie Hennaing with Amelia Grffith as co-hostess. New officers elected were Edna Reizneier, president; Mae Beattie, vice- president, and Ollle Henning as secretary-treasurer. plans were made for a Christ- mas party, with Evelyn and SalIy Willms as hostesses/ at which a grit echange will .be held Each member is asked to bring cookies for a ward at Eastern State Hospital. The rumnmge sale was a success. CARD PARTY HELD Mrs. Eliza Itson.u, Henry and Walter were hosts at a i pinochle party Saturday eve- ning at their home. Atenamg : were Mr. and Mrs. John Teschl . Evel.yg. Wilims. . _ of Spokane, the Gus Stroan-laaY wrm anne rtoeaer. eirs, the Gordon, Hodgsons, the ] Mabel Shoat was a Albert Rosenaus, the John I-I supper guest of Mr.. ]Earl Swanson in Me00a, Gretchen Gra.baan Nov. 17, at which time honor beads were awarded the girls in recognition of their accomp- lishments in this program. The leaders of this group are Kay Thompson and Mrs. Prince. The Explorer Scout Squad- ron 173 held a co-ed bingo par- ty in the auditorium on Nov. 18. On Nov. 20, Explore Pest No. 174 visited the county court house and a fire station in Spokane for fuHill- ment of the requirements for the "Citizens,hip in the Cam- munity" merit badge. On Nov. 12, nine members of the Governor's intercaith council met at Lakelard Vil- lage to discuss religious train- ing and the role of the institu- tional chaplain. Rev. Furman reports that many practical and worthwhile suggestions result from these conferences .and are utilized in the relig- The Lakehnd Village Camp ious programs at the various Fire Gifts ,held a Council Fire institutions. bishes, the Roy SchrrdttS, Roy Kinzels, the Lloyd the Roydal Conleys Leo Holznagels. High taken by Roydal and Adellne Schmitt, scores by Roy Kinzel Irene Rosenau, with Schmitt receiving the in,g prize. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Oscar meier attended the play with their dy, Friday evening at The Howard Williams iiy spent Sunday with Ralph Williams at The John Labish were Sunday dinner the Harvey Rupp home. Mrs. Marilla WyborneY to Kansas City Friday the following day with Mrs. Henry baby son. She Sunday. Gus Pehrson is home spending three weeks Veterans Hospital with monia. Saturday supper gueStS the Bill McGourins were Don Lamberts and Cheney. On Sunday Gour}ns were dinner the Emil Konrad Spokane. Larry Hodgson spent night Thursday with ,his parents, the E. C. Veradale. John Musser visited at with his family ning. He is a student ington State University. Visitors: of Mrs. Carl son during the week Made Conley alrd the Strieffs of Cheney. dinner guests were Mrs. Maurice Nelson, Iobin of Addy. Penny Holloway weekend with the ris f, amily at the Lu,lur ris cabin at Priest Mr. and Mrs. Jack lurick of Moses Lake weekend visitors at fridge ,and Moriarty The Billy Cousins day visitors at the Saturday and Sunday san Parks at the home grandparents, the Sunday visitors of Magauvons were Leo ry Holznagel ,and Mr. Vern Puls. Shop the easy way, CALL FOR BIDS Bids are hereby called for 21,000 or more G. V. W. relet, Ford, Dodge or equal, chased by Spokane County tection, District No. 3 whose 1321 Second Street, Cheney, ton. SpecificatioLs of the above truck may be ,obtained from Chief or Jim Fischer, of Fire District No. 3 at address. Bids will be opened at meeting of the Fire sioners of Spokane County tection District No. 3 at 1321 Second Street, Oheney, ton ozt December 12. 1964. By order of the Commissioer : kane Courtly Fire Protection No. 3 this 14th day of H. T. Brown, Chairman' l.lmer Luiten,, Seeretary (Nov. 20-27) Speaks softly- carries a big kick! 2> :@il/iii! , AWARD PRESENTED--Mike Shankle, standing at left, re- ceives football captain aw#rd from Coach Gerald Conners, at Medical Lake h School football Nov. 10. CALL FOR BIDS "Bids will be accepted and opened on December 19, 1964, for one each Autopsy Table, 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 cme lot consisting of 36 each used Tires and 5 each used Tubes." Items may be inspected between 8:00 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. Monday through Friday before sale date. Ralph E. Edwards, Business Manager Eastern State Hospital Medical, Lake, Washington (Nov. 20.27) 402 Ford Galaxie 500/XLI Sporty top of the '65 line, this new Galaxic 'comes when you hit the new gas pedaL 500/XL gives you the quietest Ford ride ever. power is standard, with otions all the v. New body-frame assembly and four gentle up to 425 horses and 4-s stick. Come i oil springs "tune out" noise. But the big kick for a joy ridel year yet to buy from your Ford Dealer RATCLIFFE COMPANY Street Phone 235-6238, cheneY'