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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 3, 1965 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway SCHOOL CONVERTS TO NATURAL GAS The e'lmetary ad :high sclmol buidirgs, which have been leated with a heavy fuel oil, were converted to .natural gas ,over the Thanksging weekend. The furnaces will be able to use oil in case of emergency. Arrmld ad Jeffevs Co. made the chan,ge- over. GRIDIRON AWARDS BANQUET IS HELD The otball awards ban- quet was held in the cafetor- ium Nov. 22 with a potluck s,u, pper served by the Girl's Athletic association. Mr. Van Matre acted ,as master of cere- monies with .special guests be. ing Mel Stanton a'rd A1 Land- mark, players on the EWSC team. Ooaehes making the awards were Mr. Conners and Mr. Peope, asirStant Coach; Gary Bates, freshman cah, a.rd Terry Gamon, junor var- sity. Jim Bau:n received the most vahtahle player award and was also named the 1966 team captain. Jobn Higgins earned the backfield coach's award ami John Jensen the lirm eoeh award. The irmpira- ti,onal ,award was given to Lar- ry Bauman and John Waod- veavd received the defensive p'tayer award. BASKETBALL STARTS ON DECEMBER 4TH Loig five of the first s4rin,g ptayevs Ist year with gradu- ati,0., the team ooks good and All py their penev with Deer Park on Dee. 4. The away from home games wi]l begin at 6:30 :far second r[ng and the first strirg will py at 8 p. m. They also play at Che- welah aml OroriBe w come here Dee. 10 for a Toncorger- ence game begrming at 6:1 ACQUAINTANCE IS RENEWED AT COLVlLLE When Mrs. Maie arson ole of ;her pengs, Mr. and Ms. James Grgare, to Ma- mie Parrner, she began to veorder g they were the GrOg- wares she knew as a ehikl. O Monday Mrs. Larson took Mrs:. Pagraeter and Mrs. FleCa Den- ton o }vile to visit her ollcs. J, ames rgware is (me  the amily hat she had kn0a 45 years ago 'a Nespe- lem, arid he lind aNo been her mg at the Ridp,ath hotel. This association is res,ponsbie for creditin, g the hh sh,o.ol's and colleges in M:ontana, Idaho, Oregon, Utah and Washingto,n, with Mr. Van M,atre represent- ing the "warned school" de- lvtment. PTS will meet at the .gh school with open ,house from 7 to 7:30, when the meeirtg wild begin. Dr. Mahmud, a for- egn exchange student from Pakistan and a teae'her at EW- SC, will be the speaker. Medical Lake Education as- socSaon wtl meet next Thurs- day, the piace to be an- niouneed later. The Washington pre-coege entry tests wi be given at Cheney next week from 8:30 utLl 3 p. m. for all seniors who plan to enter college. This test is required and a five d,ol- ar fee will be charged. The debate team, with Mrs. Rehn as advisor, wll host Ohe- welah here this Thursday. The first wrestling match (ff the season wi[1 be held this Thurscay in the gym with Cheweah. About 20 boys are turning out this sea'san. The fio ltoing Thursday they will go to CenCral Valley. Gerry C.omlers is coach. A gymnastic team is being f,ormed by Mss Martin, but a,s yet has no performances scheduled. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- Franlurter cas- serole, ceItery sticks, bread, btter, fruit and milk. Tuescby -- Cream (ff Po- to Soup, crackers, peanut but- I te,r or butter sandwiches, but- teved broccoli, apple crumb pudding arid milk. Wednesd:ay -- Cliburgers, frmt salad, pmeapple dressing, prunes, butterscotch squ,ares a:nd mik. Thursday -- Beef Ie su- preme, bread and butter, car- rot sticks, pears and milk. Friday -- Gried cheese sandwiches, maca,roni s'aad, c,Iled tomatoes, ice box ck- ies and mAlk. "OLD FASHIONED CHRISTMAS' "An Od Fashioned Christ- ms" is the theme for the an- nuafl Lakeland Village Associ- ates-son,Sred Christmas llay lresented by the children f the Laket'and Vitlge sehl. p'ianlo taeher. Two performances are sehed- iuled on Dec. 13, one at 2 p. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS m. and the other at 7:30 in the ,Mr. Vn lIatre spent several school .auditorium. The play, days tlN week attendn the writ:ten and rected by Mrs. Northwest Association of Sec- Dree Jarboe, Lakeand music or ,dry nd High Sc,,ools meet- re:ocher, concerns Farmer and lMrs. Grey, who, because they are lonely, ask anyone who wLshes to spend ChrisCznas Eve with them. Fell, owing the eve- rang perfoa'mance, a dmrirg or a 12 inch portable televis- ion set, an instamatie camera arid a cock adio will be held. Tickets are available from all LVA members and at the front desk in, the adminkstrai building. The junior arid senior clm- rus will laresent sever,a,1 con- certs, along with the east of the above mentioned play, during December. The first perf'ormance wifl be, Dee. 4 at Reardan hilh sChool, then a Wn Creek Grange ha]il on Dec. 11 and next at our wn Community church ,on Dee. 19. EASTERN HAS VISITORS Forty-six Newport high school psyehol, ogy students vis- ited ,at Eastern State lopsital .recently. They were welcomed by Mrs. Stimson and take,n on a tour ,of the hospital. After lunch they visited Lakeland Village. Some of the regularly sched- uled ward parties were given by St. Paul's Methodist, Salem, Messiah and St. Luke's Imth- eva, n and Beacon chapel chur- ch, as. Lidgerwood EUB came on Wed, nesday with separate parties for women a,nd men. JUDY WHITE WEDS .Miss Judy White, the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Gut- tavson, was married to Malon F. Ziggler of Yakima on No. 24 at the Selah Peaceful Luth- e'ran church. The attendants we,re Georgetta K'en,nard a,nd Robert H.oona,gie. She was a 1965 Medical Lake high school gea,dua.te. The couple will live at Yakima where he is a faa-m-i er. The cuple visited here i this weekend with the Gusv- son. PARKS OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING The Rebekah Iodge hall win have ks fourth golden weddirg an;nivsxy open ,hotse ths year .on Dec. 12 from 2 to 5 o'clock when Mr. 'and Mrs. Wil- liam Parks will' receive friends arid relatives. Others who held similar celebeaons were Mr. and Mrs. Monte Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Arley Bartelt and Mr. ,.and M_vs. A. L. Grgfith. The Barks lived for ma,n7 years on the Paxmher ranch just west of West Medical Lake, where they famed and raised beef. Their children, grad,uates of the Medical Lake hgh school, and their families wi be hosts for the open Espanola News By Katherine Holloway HUNTING IS GOOD Oscar Reitmeier was one f a party of five h.unters who lrought home as many moose from a hunting trip to Burns l lake in Oa,nada. Others were: house, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Trowbridge and Mr. and Mrs. NeLl Parks. NOVEMBER HAPPENINGS AT LAKELAND VILLAGE .Some of the thins going on a,t Lakeand Vill.age during the month of Noem,her are cl, a,sse,d un'der 'fun' and srome are hnportant meetings. The Spoka,rm Manito Lions club, tor the 17th year, ;hel'd a birth- dlay party at the Wranl,e Inn on Nov. 2. This group sporsors about 25 residents, vhich means they see that they 1ave gift, ice cream and cake and soda fountain treats during the party. Mrs. Allen and Mr. Sowel ,of this group are the faithful workers and Mrs. Al- ien arranges many entertai'm men parties for the less for- tunate, as she h on ca, ll many amateur entertainers. The 4-H club's annum Har- vest bN,1 was held in the Lake- and gym Nov. 19 with a dance combo from Spokane pl'aying or the dancing, which was fol- lowed by lunch. Boys and girls from the "Top 30 Dance Club" were invited. The Trainable departmert ,of the school presented a Thanksgiving program Nov. 24, wih Supt. G,arber address- ing the residents arid parents. Mrs. Sehmitt's developmenal cl,ass from Douglas Hall pre- nted a s,hort play and the Jurfi,or Chorus performed Mong with other song's and a few dlan,ee acts. OPEN HOUSE An ,open house recepl:km at Medical Lake Lodge Hall wi'l be given Dee. 12----2 to 5 p. m. hon,oring Mr. arid Mrs. William C. Barks Who 11 celebrate their 50th wedng anniversa3r. Hosts will be the euple's Children arid families, Mr. anld .Mrs. W. J. Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Trowbridge aM Mr. and Mrs. Nell Parks. r Bud Swigart of Spokane and Fritz Gilbreth, Mere Bacon a r.d Bob Wyna of Medical Lake. GRANGE DUES RAISED TO $7.00 l!tspanola grange met Friday e,vening and eleicted these o- fcers: Claude Garner. reelect- ed master; Frank tto]lin:s,h,ead, overseer; Edna Reitmeier, lec- turer; Eugene Wyborney, stew- ard; Gordon I-todgso,n, assist- ant steward; Louise Best, chap- Lain; Henry Rosenau, tre,as:ur- err Betty Labish, secretary; George Meserve, gatekeeper, Mary Wyborney, Ceres; Altha Meserve, Pomona; Luella Kuihn, Flora; Anna Hodgson, ]ady assistan stewa'd; Clar- enee Henning, executive mitteeman and Ollie home ec. chairman. These officers will be stalled at Tyl'er on evening. The vange has to raise the dues to $7 per to meet rising costs. Wilms' n,ame was dawn the beginning of a nrew (continued to page 7) Congratulations on the Opening of Medical Lake's most modern bldg. Acme Concrete Call KEystone 4-2626 For Quality Concrete Work East 4200 Broadway, Spokane We congratulate Harlan Douglass and the Lake City Thrift Store and Brown's Insurance on the Grand Opening of their fine modern building United Paving Co., Inc. Box 5215, Spokane HU 7-1541 CONGRATULATIONS We Congratulate Harlan Medi La e Douglass, Lake City Thrift Store & Brown s Insurance Co. at the Grand Opening Dee. 3 Thermoguard ,nuulafionCo. Grand Open ng" WALK-IN COOLERS... INSULATION SPECIALISTS 8207 E. Trent, Spokane WA 4-5000 on your spacnous new Lake City Thrift Store HAIILAN DOUGLASS BUILDING CONTRACTOR AND LESSEE 6925 N. DAKOTA, SPOKANE PHONE HU 3-2590 Complete Glass Service Division, Spokane FA 7-5567 N. 2417 CITY GLASS Brown's Insurance Co. and Lake ,City Thrift .Store t service. Also to Brown's Insurance Company. We wish every success to Dick Heyer and Olson in affording the community a modern on the Grand Opening of building. J We are proud to have been the general contractor Congratulations - - in the building of this large and attractive market