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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 4, 1964 Medical Lake News SUPPER ENDS CLASS A potluck supper Nov. 24 marked the end of a success- ful .adult edcation class in farm home improvement. The 27 adults who participated in this class showed more interest than ever before. Some of the work areas and study included graftage, small enfines, furni- ture finishing, uptmlsteng and electrical wire splicing, with other me spent (m cut., of meat and preparation. Several classes in floricul- ttre were slated, one hed with J(hnny Ort_ner dealing in w- ter bouquets, and two classes pewtaining to Christmas deco- rztions will end this coming week. The next adult class will begin Jan. 26 in the farm shop, dealing in farm machin- ery repair. MEETING ATTENDED The Washington&apos; Education Ass'n faculty representatives met Monday evening for a buf- fet dinner and ,meeting at the Holiday Inn. The program per- tained to legislative measures ttmt the WEA will support in the upcoming .legislative ses- sion. Attending from Medical Lake were Wes Huff, superin- tendent of schools; Mr. Van Storm of the elementary school; Mr. and Mrs. Carter of Fastern State t{ospibal SClool; Jay "ood and Mrs. Furman of the high school; Mr. and Mrs. Er- nie Vulmer of 'Ray FAementary; Mrs. Hatch of Bottee Elemen- tary and Mrs. Louse Matin of Botteen Elementary, lve chairmen of the Medical Lake Education Ass'n. STUDENTS AT CLINIC Four elementary school stu- dents were cesen to attend the bJmd readirg clinic Satur- day at Washington State Uni- varsity. Pupil, s ctmsen from the ratings of examinations ware Morris Robinette, Miles Btt, Joame Labih md Norman Morse. Mr. Thmn, band leader will accompany them. INSTALLATION MONDAY The PTS will meet ,Monde eveairtg to instaU officers for the coming year. Prank Tbler win take the orifice of presi- dent; ,Mrs. A. W. Wertz, vice president; Mr,. J. C. McDou- gall, secreta, and Ken Broyles, treasur. The high school mixed ehonm, trader the direction of Mr. Thom, will provide the program. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Sophomore studen'ts will spend Tuesday and Wedr, es- lay taking the Iowa tests of educational devekpment. Mrs. Rchn s debate team wll meet Thursday with Lib- erty Sch(ml in the lh school. On the team .are Steve Dur- ham, David RallY,, Richard Sicer, Bill Hogan and Kathy Serp_as. Tonight the Deer Park bas- ketball, team will meet the Medical Lake team here at 6:30 far the B squad game and at 8 for the varsity ma.h. The drill tern will perform at hal/ time. On Saturday the team will travel to Cheweiah for a game. Wrestling will get under- way Saturday afternoon in, the gym. Ritzville will met Col- ville at 1 o'clock and Medical Lake will meet Colfax at 3. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday -- Italian spaghetti, parnmsan cheese, lettuce wedge, 1,000 Iwlm d dressing, hot French ,bread, pecan tuffee pudding and milk. Tuesday- Meat or  bter sandwich,  cottage cheese and pineapple sal, green bemm, ,blond Brownies and milk. Wectuesy --  burgers, frait salad, cabot stick, oboe- .orate pudding and milk. They- Rost 'beef lJc- , .m)tatees with beef gravy, baking laowder biscuits, blotter, Perfection salad, aprhts and milk. iday -- ri2ed cheese samliches, macaroni salad,. .butered, diced carrots, rice custard pudding and milk. OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY An ,open tmuse Sunday from 2 to 5 p. m. will honor the 50th anniversa of Mr. and Mrs. Wilam Qtfima t the.u" home. Everyone is invited. BARRACKS TO MEET Medical Lake-(eney Bar- racks and Auxiliary to Veter- ans o WWI No. 2963 will have a potluck dinner at the Medi- cal Lake City Hall Tuesday at 6:30 p. m. Electien of officers for the auxiliary and installa- tion of both groups will follow. SON BORN Mr. ,and Mrs. Tim Hillbrick are the parents of a son, born Nov. 22 at St. Luke's hospital. Timothy Joe weighed in at 7 pounds and 10 ounces. By Katherine Holloway CHURCH PROGRAMS SET St. John's Lutheran church will hold its Christmas pro- gram Dec. 23 at 7:30, with Lor- etta Kaplan in charge. Assembly of God will have its Christmas program Dec. 22 at 7:30. Community church C1wist- mas program, under the direc- tiort of Mrs. Robert Cook, will be held Dec. 20. Union Church Services 'he'd Thanksgiving eve at the church, were well attended. It combined services for the As- sembly of God, St. John's: Lu- theran and St. Timopthy's Epis- copal churches. Sunday, a.t 7 o'clock, a film will be held at the Community Church, titled "This Too Is Hollywood." Many Christian stars are in this film including Don Dufoe, R)y Rog- ers, Dale Eans arm Ty Hardin. l,adies Aid will meet Dec. 9 t the home of Ellen Brown for the Christmas potluck at 12:30. A bake sale will be held on Saturday at Swigarts, spon- sored by the Ladies Aid, bene- fittin, g the genea'al fund, Which helps support a Korean or- phan. PROJECT SLATED The Spokane County Mental Health Ass'n is headquarters for a new idea to help make Christmas for ptatients t Co, t- ern State Hospital. Until this year, .gifts had been provided for latients who didn't 'have someone to remember them on the holidaFs. The budget just can't be stretched to include these gifts anymore, so help is being asked of individuals or groups. Many patients do go home far the ,holidays, but some who have been there for many years no longer ,have families. Anyorte interested in making the Christmas a little brighter for a patient may call MA 4-8700 and ask for M_rs. Robert Dewey. She can give you the first name, last initial age, size and likes or uses of from 200 to 300 pafieats. Gts may be delivered at South 162 Post or at the hospital. Volun- teer groups may also give par- ties at the wards. LAKELAND EVENTS On Nov. 25 Mrs. Arthur Winnestarfer, patriotic instruc-: tar of the Veterans of .Foreign Wars Auxiliary and the Dis- abled American Veterans, pre-i sented the lakeand Village school department with two 4' x 6' Amarican flags at a special ceremony in the audi- torium. On Nov. 30 the wheel chair dmaeers of Spokane wilt pre- sent .a program off square and folk da.neing in the auditor- lum. "Snowbound Christmas," a musical play written especially for Lakeland Ve by Mrs. Doree Jarboe, will he present- ed a number of times before Chri, stmas. The east h 71 stu- dents. It win be presented Sat- urday ,at the Lincoln Courty Pomona at Wbr mad Dee. 18 at the Lakeland utorium for residents and employes. Lake land essociates may see this presentation Dec. 14 ,at the Washir, gton Water Power audi- t ormm. Spokane Elks ledge No. 228 will .again presents its variety show at Lakehnd Dec. 21. This is the 49th year for pvodding entertaimnent far chi:ldran and adults at .the Village. Christmas vacation at Lake- land Village begins at 2 p. m. Dec. 23 and ends at 8:30 a. m. Ja. 4. THANKSGIVING DOINGS Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Wetborn of Butte, Mont., spent the holi- day with the Sherman Wl- barns. Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Weaffi- erill entevtm during the holiday for Mr. and Mrs. W<mdy Sulliva and Mr. mul Mrs. R. G. Weatheril. ,Having dinner at the Fritz Gibreths Tay were the Norm Grahams, the Marshall Webbs and tha MAke Gibreths. Coming frern Coulee City to spend the day with the Lewelyn Hillbrieks were C. P. Jolley d son Melvin mad W. M. Jalley. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hillhrick and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Roy BeMiliS and Steve. Mr. and Mrs. Jo.lm Erton of Spokane were .holiday dinner guests of the Garreld Iines. Dinner guests at the Al Den- ton home were Mr. arm Mrs. Carl Johron, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wurster and Sott, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson, Genda Alex, ander, Gary Glasgow, Mrs. Fleta Denton and Mrs. Lyons. Mrs. Lyons spent several days with Mrs. Denton and has now returned to her home at Ren- ton Enjoying dinner at the Sid- ney Johnsons were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Revil] and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Lightel, Nancy mad David. Visiting with Florence Reeves over Thanksgiving until Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones and Steven of Taco- ma. Thursday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Reeves and girls of Wenatchee and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reeves and Judy. Having dinner with Rev. Billups and family were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carey of Lewis- ton and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie: Espanola News By Katherine Hol|oway YULE PARTY PLANNED Espanola Grange met Friday evening with 17 members present. Louise Best's name was drawn, but she was not present to collect the gift, which grows larger if not used. Taking part on the program were Luelh and David Kuhn, with a duet, and Ray Labish, who entertained with a guitar number ,or two. Plans were made for the Christmas pro- gram Dec. 11. It will begin with a potluck supper at 6:30. Each family is to give a number on the program. Treats and a gift for the Thanksgiving hol, iday. They arrived Wednesday eve- ning and spent their time with the Alton Tookes in Medical Lake and with the Jack Cgs- wells. They visited with the Jim Cogswells in Spokane, the Ernie Moriartys and the Mar- vin Willms. MESERVE DEPARTS Jerry Meserve has returned to Miramar Air Base in Calf- rnia after spending two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Meserve. He returned to the Naval Air Force to receive more school- ing prior to going out on the Hornet the first of the year. O' ' . Nefll of Kennewick. The Walter John.sons had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. James Young in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Clark :had as their holiday guests the Roy Keenes, the Pat Haynes and Sefrina of Windsor, the Richard Niccolis and the Ar- chic Laird of Spokane Val- ley. Mr. nd Mrs. Robert Ehrgot ,and son Bobby, accompanied by Mike and Terry Johnson o.f Spokane, spent their holiday weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bagley at Eugene, Ore., and with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson at Salem. Overnight guests of Ruth Glasgow and Arzia Phillips Nov. 23 were Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Ohlson of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Glasgow were dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morgan were holiday dinner gues of the D o Wynias. The John Balls returned last week from three weeks in Ari- zcma and California. John Bal of Seattle spent the holiday with them. Thanksgiving dinner guests at'the Merle Bacon home were Mr. and Mrs. IAnk Witon of Spokane, Mrs. Dee Ableman and fmnfiy of Che- ney and Mr. and Mrs. Otto lotlfleJherg. The s spent the weekend at Richtmad visit- ing and ,hunting. A birthday dinner was shared with the holiday meal at the Frank Bakars and Mar- sha McQuire. Coming from Moses Lake were the James Spiedels and Melinda and Mi- che,lle MeQuire. James Spiedel was the honored guest. The Bud Ahls entertained vAth a holiday dinner fqf Mr. and Mrs. Ab Grffqth, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest AMf, Mr. and Mrs. Perry A'Mf and Lynn, with Amelia Grfffith nd Marie AhV sh,arin,g birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner drove to Okanogan to spend the holiday weekend with the Uvin Janssen family. The Mel Arm)lds spent the past week in Puman visiting with their sons and families, the Eugene and IAoyd Arolds. W, hile there they saw their three-week-old great p, vand- daughter, Krista Rae Frances. Thanksgiving day yeas shared by the John Syprejda family with the Arlie Bartelts, the Fritz Grubs and the Lyle Fusons. Lyle Fuson is home wih his parents from Hobo, Ore., for the weekend Dinner guests at the Fred church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Riclmrd Manke. exchange will follow. PERSONAL MENTIONS ^.v .^ov--v'-' [ Mr and Mrs. Otto Magnu- """ """ '"%11 -- Ion ,accompanied Mr ,and Mrs lloger Alan 1 ms, monLn-  " .....  ...... [Leo Holznagel to the Larry olo son oi vlr an I :urs ,,viarvm ] Hol ....... ' " znagels at mamoa LaKe WHms was baphzed Sunday] for Th nks ivin -" at the St. John's Lutheran  a a g g alnr. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Knapp entertained Thursday with a COGSWELLS HOME Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cogs- well, Debbie, Billie and Greg of White Salmon were home Johnsons were Mr. and Mrs. 'Jack Perry of Colvitle, Pete Arp and sons of Tyler, Nina Hansel of Cheney and Blly and Jim Kuhn. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Perry were weekend vis- itors and Bob Lambright was a Saturday visitor. The A1 Svensons hosted a dinner for the Fran Llewel- lyns, the R. B. Hutchinsons Inez Watson, the Don Browns of Token and the A1 Beckwiths of Seattle. Mr..and Mrs. Riclard Atkins and Mrs. J. D. Walker were dinner guests on Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald Stites. he Chaxlie Starkweathers had frietds and relatives at their home or the .holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Secord had as guests Mrs. Narma So- cord, the Alton Tookes and the Warren Cogswells. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cogswell and chil- dren were evening visitors. The Alton Took have re- ceived word that their son, Ken,eth, in the medical de- partment, has been promoted to Spec. 4 He is in the men,l hygiene clinic at Fort Knox, Ky. Gesina Preston is staying at the Coeur d'Alene hotel after being discharged from Sacred Heart hospital. Havirg the holiday dinner] with the Bud Staples ware the Wtbur Staples of Newport, the Don Staples of Milan and the Chester Clues. The Staples new granddaughter, Amta, was the center of attraction. Medical Lake 1934 Miss Mildred Bly became the bride of Burr William Huhes Jr. Saturday evening. Hughes, the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hughes, graduated from Medi- cal Lake high sclmol and at- tended WSC. He is employed by the Colyear Motor Sales company in Spokane. Funeral services ware held S tmday for Carl Pothergirl, 24, who passed away Nov. 22. He is survived by 'his wife, Anita, at the home; his lmrents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fothergill of ummer; three ,brothews, in- cluding Guy Fothergill of Med- ical Iake, and three sisters. Mrs. F. O. Butterfield enter- tained Tlmrsday afternoon with a luncheon and quilting party for Mrs. H. P. Hendricks, Mrs. Herman Theimens, Ms. Ruben Heyer and Mrs. Duty. Mrs. Marie Hoath entertain- ed new officers of Loyal Chap- ter OES Wednesday evening. Present were Messrs. and Mmes. Larry Wilkes, Alton Pi lard, W. F. Pillard, T. W. Pedigo, E. G. Gray, Carl Grub, Rallh Gral- lup, C. H. Thiemens, James Gruber, Joe Bednoschek, J. M. Wilkes and Miss Minnie Peter- son, Mrs. J. D. Hagen, Mrs. W. E. Connelly, Mrs. C. M. Jerue, Miss Esther Goldback and Mrs. Heath. Medical "Lake- 1944 The infant son of Mr. and FUTURE FARMERS MEET The Medical Lake FFA ckap ter met to give awards to Den- r and Dave IAddetU, Sam Belcher, Laren McKay, Bob Knot and Jim Johnson. Green Hand initiates were Rich Sehmoker, Darel Turn- bough, Harry and Bill Cross-i ma,, Rich Culbertson, Mark  Rider, Ross Je'nsen, LanTi Wright, Jim Kuhn, Everett Me- serve and Dale Breneman. : Plans were discussed for the April 5' banquet. , Mrs. Carl Grub is in the Dea- coness hospital with a bad cold. Steve Grub is at Fair- field with his aunt, Mrs. Bleis- nor. Een Brown, Anita Rumley and Ethel were in- itiated into Rebekah lodge Monday evening. S/Sgt. Roy L. Anderson of Baxter hospital spent hst weekend with Mr. Land Mrs. F. L. Anderson. The 'high school basketball team will play Davenport there Nov. 27. Medical Lake- 1954 The following high school boys made the first sin.g bas- ketball squad: seniors--Jim So- cord, Fritz Gilbreth, Ron Mc- Kown, Jerry. Hackiey and Jack Reitmeier; juniors--Mile Nil- i los, Leonard Griffith, Warren Cogswell and Dean Anderson and sophomore--Jack Denny. Attending a Royal Arch Ma- sons meeting in Spokane .hon- oring Arthur Z. Lassila, grand high priest of Ricand, were George Turner, Kenneth Tan- ner, George Palmer, John Hill Casey J. Wright and Roy A. Butts. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Malm and family of Priest River and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Shults and children of Newport spent Thanksgiving at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ttarry Bowers. Thanksgiving dinner Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Grover Cannon of Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arnold and daught- ers of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Marshall, Moscow, Idaho, Minnie and Dave Peterson, and their house guest for the hol- idays, Mrs. Rena Peterson of De e: Park. Mr. and Mrs. George Me- serve ad family were Thanks- giving day guests at the Mel- vin Carmen home in Otis Or- chards. Micky Moriarty visited Tues- day with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Splawn and Mrs. Dan King Tuesday of last week. Thanks- giving dinner at the Moriarty home was a family ffair with the Lee Pemhallurick family and the Jack Penllmllvicks of Moses Lake and the Frank Sel- fridges present. Having holiday dinner at the Rein hrd hiemen's .home were the Raymond Thiemens of Moses Lake and the Eugene Thiemens of Spokane. Thanksgiving day guests at the Loven Von I_es were the Wter Von Lehes of Medical Lake and the Don Winan fam- ily. On" Saturday the Von Lhes hosted a birthday party with Theresa Brewer and Lin- da Van Lehe, Honored were Jim Bauman and Jim Keys. Abuot 20 yotmg folks attended. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Von Lehe and MT. and Mrs. Cletis Keys a'.o attended. Having Thanksgivin, g dinner in Spokane with the Don Hil- ton famiiy were Mr. and Mrs. Bill MeGourin ar'd Gary, Amanda .Mberts and Renzil McLain. Saturday vL4tars at the McGurins were the Floyd Smiths .of Colbert and Jeff's house guest, Jed lndatl, of Lewiston. On Sunday Gary :spent the day with his uncle, George Mann, in Spokane. Saturday dinner guests af the Ernest Mariartys were Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Collie and Kar- en of Starbuck. On Sunday they were dinner guests of the Don McCatd[ess f'amily in Cheney. Saturday dinner guests at the Frank Selfridge home were Mr. and Mrs. Hoyden McKee of Mansfield. Holiday dinner guests at the Jack Cogsweqls were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Willms af Deer Park. On Monday Darrell Cogs- wel celebrated his birthday with a dinner a.t his home with Mr. and Mrs. Miles Brene- man ad Dale as guests. The Gordon Hedgson family drove o Veradale to have din- ner with the E. C. Hodgsons on Thanksgiving. Roberta Sather of Seattle was a Satur- day evening visitor ,a,t the tIodgsons. Mr. and Mrs. Abert Rose- rmu ,ad Roy had their holi- day dirmer with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sather in Medical Lake. Mr.. and Mrs. Jens Rasmus- sen ,and family drove to Rose- burg, Ore., to spend the Imli- day with the Elmer Hitchmans. They also visited with Ken- neth Hitchnmn in Portland. The Bob 'Kirk family of Pomeroy spent the holiday weekend with the A1 Wildms. Armie and Charlie Plocker were also dinner guests. Sat- Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 GRANGE OFFICERS PICKED Four Lakes Grange met Fri- day night to elect the follow- ing officers: Master, Glenn Dobbins; over- seer, Carl Rudolf; secretary, Mrs. Myrtle McMill,an; treasur- er, Robert R. Reitmeier; stew- ard, John Becker; gate keeper, Mike Miller; assistant steward, Robert V. Reitmeier; lady assis- tant steward, Janice Retmeier; lecturer, Mrs. Milo Ball; chap- lain, Mrs. Robert Scott; ceres, Mrs. Ben Shultz; flora, Mrs. Herman Willms; pomona, Han- nah Becket; hme economics chairman, Elain Canning; exec- utive committeemen, Nick Hai- dey, Sam Ludby and Earl Pendell. There were 20 members present and two guests, Dale Shultz of Plaza Grange and Mrs. Ira Shea o.f Tyler G range. The supper committee was formed by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shultz, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dobbins and Mr. and Mrs. Ted McMillan. SYMPATHY EXTENDED The community extends sym- pathy to Mrs. Sage, vho lost her m0,Vher. Also, sympathy goes to Ted Manly, who lost his brother. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Bert Spear, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Speaz and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Atkins and family motored to Quincy to visit Doreen K,afer and fam- ily Thursday. Mrs. H. L. Davis of Walla Walta spent from Tuesday to Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Barrick and amily. They enjoyed Thanksgiving. dinner at the Brrick kone. Mrs. Mndy, Mary and Patty of Spokone were Thanksgiving guests at the L. S. Brown home. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boots Earkourt Th,aksgiving day were Mrs. W. B. Earlscort and Clarence Scott. Mr. altd Mrs. Robert Scott spen Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott and am- ily of Kent. Mrs. Perkins of Spokane was a Tbanksgiviltg dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Graha. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartford and family were Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll McLean ad fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grif- fin of Plurmner, Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Delxner Fitzner and family traveled to Kelmewick to spend Thanksgivin with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnson, u.ray supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vic Meyer of Harring- ton and Mr. and Mrs. George Welling of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beattie off Medi- cal Lake also visited. Weekend guests at the Rich- ard Mankes were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Manke of Pasco. They all were guests for Thanksgi_ng dinner at the C. M. Mullen home in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Bob lunyon and Clara Highfill of Sunny- side ca,me to have Thanksgiv- ing dinner with Mabel Sheaf. Other guests wexe the Herb Kukuks and the Oscar Mus- sets. Clara Highfill remained to spend the weekend. Friday evenn'g supper guests at the Holloays were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Heptn and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hare'is and Donna. On Saturday Katherine Holloway, Penny and Nina were supper guests of the Har- ris f, amily at Tyler. Sunday dinner guests at the Carl Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Strieff and f'an- ily ,of Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Norm Graham and family were holiday din- ner guests at the Fritz Gil- breh home. The John Labish family gld thei Walter Rupps of eney had heir .holiday dmmr out this year. Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. son and Mr. and Mrs. IIastings and family. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ervin L. and family had as ing dinner guests Mr. and Tom Harvitt of PortlarM, ( formers residents of l Lakes. Elaint Canning the following dinner guests: Mrs Moser, Mrs. Ester Grimes, attae, Mr. and Mrs. drews and family of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cheney. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Fred and family and Mr. and Russell Mace and family Thanksgiving dinner Mrs. Sara L. Peterson ical Lake. Mrs. Jessie Silcock a ! and Mrs. James Rogers family were n,er guests of Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Silcocks Thanksgiving dessert home of Mr. and Mrs. Pendell. Mr. and Mrs. Cody for had as Thanks nor guests Mr. and Standerfer, Mrs. W. J. defter .and Mr. Frank Mrs. Kramer of CheneY a Thanksgiving guest of ad Mrs. Henry Mrs. Caude Thanksgiving dinner and Mrs. Garrison of Mrs. Keith Powell kane was a caller at of Mrs. Sarah Caade Crooks, who confined to a nursing Spokane, after a few home, is expected home day. Mr. and Mrs. LawrenO fin, Plummer, spent night with Mr. and lYL r. ert L. Nelson of CheneY. Miss Audrey Plu,mmer spent and Saturday with Mrs. Del Standerfer ily. While here she Mrs. R. L. Nelson and mar Fi,ter. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry of Col,ango, Ca]it., were on Mr. and Mrs. Sawn Camp. .Mrs. Bill Matloek Bolt, Alta., was a guest of Mr. and Van Camp. Mr. and ls. Arhtw of Spokane visited M Mrs. Sam Van Camp. Mr. and Mrs. stra spent Monday at with Mr. and Mrs'. tausch, birthday. He was 89. Last Monday niglt Mrs. De1 Standerfer ily were guests of Mr. Boots Earisceurt and They were celehrathxg birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry treated Mr. ,and Mrs. Earlsceurt to dirmer at the Longhorn Bar Mr. and Mrs. Hea'w and family were guests .of Mr. and lr. Stamper. Mr. :and Mrs. /klex and Mr. 'and Mrs. HenrY: had Sunday dinner 'at of Mr. and Mrs. Jian and family of Mrs. Silcocks had .the Earl Pendell hvne i Tom McCormick of is decorating Mrs. house. Mr. and Mrs. ing and fmmily were cMlers of Mrs. Don Callers at the Sid home Saturday Mrs. Roy Farley, Mr. and Mrs. Jack family of Enumclaw. ' Saturday evening Mrs. Jerry Larson of Cheney nd Mr. Richard Dicks'on and Kent were visitors of Mrs. Skl Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Herb and family spet the with Mrs. Ehin and Mrs. Herb family have been from Kent to Mrs. Ester Grimes ing some time with Moser. For the warmest feeling Let STANDARD HEATING OIL chase away the chills. Here's modern oil heat at its best...refined to surround you with clean, safe, dependable warmth in any weather. 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