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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Fda,y, December 10, 1965 Medical Lake News CARDINALS WIN DEER PARK GAME The Medical Lake Cardh] bsketbll team raed u&apos;gh a 68 to 46 vkry over 1m Deer Park Stags on ,Friy. Startg slow and nmkmg a mtmber of error, the OardJ, os ted t the emi of the qtmrer 13 to 5. Then in the ond peadod with good de- fensive efforts arid ,a fine re- botmding job by ,six foot f(m inch Jolm Terry arid six foot three (ary Broyles, with ht shooting by Mar Agew (8 poin) and JOhn Terry (11 .points) ,the Redbirds piled up a 34 to 15 af time nmrgin. In the second half all of the varsi squad saw action, gain- ing ,another 30 points. Leadg the for the Ca,rdiaas was senior veteran Mar Agnw with 23 ,poin a*ntd junior eeter John Terry with 16. Terry alo led in feb(rends with 14 p'mts, followed by Gary Broylos with I0. Se_io guard Larry Bauman also tuaed in a good steady per- formance for the Cards. The junior tarsity made it a d'obe victory by downing the Deer Park team 34 to 27. Jtm'ars Joe Wright and Da- vid Ralpl gave their team 16 ard 15 points. The Cardinals travel next to Ch for the frst league ermounter on Friday, Dec. 10. Sturday, Dec. 11, is the date the first ,Novae anm, with the strorg Oroville team, w!hi.h placed 8th in the state ha,st year. HAM FAMILY NEW LOCAL RESIDENTS lr. ,aped Mrs. JOhn Ham and famy >f Tyler have mved into the home foannerly occu- pied by the Keith Nyes. M. Item is bus mech mic for the Medical Lake schools. They lmve two dughters, Sue, a seni, er at Chermy 'h sohoal, ai Kuy, a ,seventh grader. Kay has an itereiag lbb that we nil mig help he with, that of saing canceMed stamps for overses relief. MATMEN LOSE TO MEAD HIGH The Cr4inal maemen lost 27-20 to Mead an Ttmrsday, Dec. 2. Mr. Comers states the fel'lws ook real p'omis- g d he es a flood sea- son.  Kekima at 103, won .a decision; Gerry MvCor- htvk at 127, a daw;  Bat- be t 120, a fal; John, Wood. ward at 154 aaad Dave Lidel at 191, w_anJa-g with fa]. They trmeled to Central Valley this Tlvsdy and  have their first eague match 'here on Sat- mxhy t on o'ckck wi, th Che- welh. SEVEN JOIN FFA CHAPTER The oa FFA chapter lt wk mtated seven Green Hd, Jim Key, Rick and Jhn Spflker, J'ck Kermey, Mils BaR, Keith Hodgson and Tom ltsser. Also ted wer C,Impter Palmers Jim Kubm Drvell Turbough, It0es Jen- sen, Mike Rider and Oromn. Of the 26 members 90 per cent have pure2msed the regulatkm jacket The boys  ,be lheipi a needy f, am  Christmas. The4r next oguhrly scheduled meet- ing will he ;hem Dec. 16. FACULTY PARTY SCHEDULED DEC. 16 The faculty of the h&gh school will hold the'w anu,M Ch#tn-'ra pothmk taXI fun nigl for their husbands and wiws on Dec. 16 from 6:30 until i0 in the vocational ag. ent. Steaks  be bar- becued, a movie shown and games enjoyed. LODGE DATES TO REMEMBER MaSoas wl be hood guests Dec. 13 at 6 p. m. When the OF_ Loyal 143 ,meets for potluck supper. A 'meeOg anti istaltion wi fo'lw. On Tlmrsdy the George t'ahnem attended the hm)r nglt .far Robert Waard, the Macusetts tentative ,of the OES at I-Iyard. The Order of Basten Star soci eb Will meet Dee. 17 at he ,hmae of Eda Holins bead. DR. MAHMUD SPEAKS PTS 'met an ondy evenin to ,Imar D. Ma.hmud of WSC p'k on the Iflla. Pkistan dpute. Now a teach- er t the cagege, le was a fer- mar exchange studenL CUB PARENTS WIN BADGES HARD WAY Sixty-eight Cb Scus a Bd pareats took part in am Adieazemertt parade or n- day evening at the ci 'bal. F, aCh boy put his parents thoalh 12 phases of scout wrk to earn their Wof bacg- as, providing much mearriment f<n-all.  26 boys recently By Katherine Holloway visited the Bob Reitmeier dairy to watch the pipe., e pocess. They plan to go car- oling on Dec. 17 ,and on the 22rd they will tour the Veter- ans ospital, taking with them /rome made gifts. In Jarmary they '#an to vit the Interrm- ti,orml Airport and the Weath- er Bureau. TEACHER SURPRISED BY GRANDMOTHER SHOWER Yirs. Ruth Lemley was very much surprised during the cof- fee ,hour foll'virg the pre- sclool meeting hst week. She was the "victim" if a and- moflmr shower, being present- ed with a rocking chair piled high with ,gifts. All the thins that grandmothers treed, such as toys, bibs, diapers and even a sawl, were given iher by friends. Mr. and Mrs. Norman l%o)off, both former students lo row hve in Geat Falls,, are the expectant parents. HOT LUNCH MENU Monday, Grade School Pizza, peanut butter sandwich, whole kernel corn, 1/2 banana and milk. High school--Sal- mon salad, meat sandwich, buttered peas, pea,ches 'and milk. Tuesday -- Reverse of Mon- day's meau. Wednesday -- Cream chp beef cubes over toast, buttered spinach, bard boiled eggs, bread ,and butter, fruited jeIlo and milk. Thu,rsday -- Savory meat bails, brown gravy, m,aed po- toes, ettuce wedge with 1000 island dressing, Sally Lund bread and butter, pears and ntlk. Friday  Tuna cheese bun- wigh, ,green beans in muedl- room sauce, dill pickles, tpri-i cot upside down .cake amt milk. BARRACKS TO INSTALL Medical Dake-Chney Bmwacks a, nd Auxiliary N>. 2963, Worm War I Veterans, wilI tmld their regular meet- ing arrd installation an Tues- day at 8 o'clock in the city 'hall. T,his will be 'preceded ,by a pouck stpper at six. The a ul'iary will 'hae their offic- ers irmtaed by Bernice Smith, the department Chaplain, and the Backs will have District Commander George lalmer do h'mi, r installing. PRESENTS STUDENTS Mary Anderson presented her pano, organ, accordion ,and ,guitar students in recital on Saturday at the Assembly of God Church. Parents. and friends attended. Piano stu- dents akig part were Beth Ann Hayer, Pat Brewer, Su- sa toyles, Susan Kukuk OarMy Cark, Cimty Ismond hles Oversby and Ptty Sla.n. Dabble Maste and Cundy Crk played the organ. Barbara Mare,  former lano steepest, ws a guest pertkrm- or. Duets were. pyed by Ni and Penny Holoway on the ,accordion. Mrs. Iren Pruit recorded the recite. ACCEPTS POSITION AT LAKELAND VILLAGE Stt. Elvern arber an- notmced tlm Don Bjerldund off Leng Medms, Mass., has acce the ,position, off deVt- or of IIme living at Lakeland. Thirtyour ,ad a native off Oolvad, he spet five years in the Mane Corp and w, disC with the rank off captain. Presently he is a rma- jor in the  Reserves. He has taught "m Long Mead- ows "m the special eduvatien pogm, m in the junior fffigh school, WbAeh he  up in 1962 and had also worked with the re2avded in smnmer recreation. He and his wife, Narmy, have four (h,hrs a two sons. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Goumaz and Steven of Seattle ad Mr. ad Mrs. Emery Pyree and Ga of Spokane spet a be- l!ad Thanksgiving with the Cmles JoHey fa'ny on Sun- day. The lawin Sehtberts were Su,nay di'rmer guests of the Ab Gifiths. Ir.  Mrs. Ohafles Will- iams Ieft Sahivday ibr heir lmme in Brooklyn, N. Y., after spemiing a month with the Ed Rbtrse family. Mr. :and Mrs. Edal Beyer at Daisy Lewis were recem ,loliduy vim'tars of Mrs. Betty Lewis in Sokane r. Yid'ay hmeheon guests off the Prmak Seifriges were Mr. a'rtd Mrs. Foyd Moev of War- den. On Friday evening the Selfrges Visited with the Erne Ess:nger family at Ohe- nay rid Sunday eve they visited the Bob Igers there. Next year marks the 25th ,aniversary of U. S. Savings Bads. The first Series E Bond was sMd to PresMent Franldin D. Roosevelt on M.y 1, 1941. Espanola News t By Katherine Holloway GRANGERS INSTALLED Twenty Espan,oa grangeas visited at Tyler on Th arsday egenmg for ,a j oit installation. Those Who could n he pes- en were installed a lWoran gnge on Saturday evening. Mrs. Luela Kulm ,arid Mrs. Atha Meserve, accompanied by Mrs. Betty Labish, sang for the installation services at Ty- ler. YULE PROGRAM DEC. 16 The Esparo],a C'hrismas program will he hed Dee. 16, beginng wih a potluck sup- per 'at 6:30, with the progrm iioRowing. Santa Clau,s will vis- Four Lakes By Mrs. Sidney Larson HUB CLUB SETS GIFT EXCHANGE ttub club will meet Tuesday, Dec. 14, at the home of Mrs. Bernmxi Kline. Besides the C bxistmas .gift exc,lmnge there wl be a work ho,p. Members are to bring 'an empty egg car- ton ,or vegetable can. Also brirg a sandwich. MISIONARY PARTY The missionary society of the Pour Lakes churc'h met Wednesday everring, Dec. 1, for their Christrrms party. The lru,sads ,and chil.dren were also irvted. At a brief busi- ness meeting it was decided to ,he!tp a needy family. Any one wishing to he'lp with tbAs project may ,bring canned oods or clothing to the church. It will be greatly ap- preciated. CATTLEMEN AND COW-BELLES MEET Last Saturday night the Cat- it and a gift exeha,ge will be tlemen and the C!ov-Be,Hes a "fis= a ,-, o,..- e o mew own Iing a the city hall m' Cheney. , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reitmei- t er and Mr. and Mrs Herman The Espan, ola Women's cluLblWillm,s attention ' A,-m , the 'hm: [Dashiel w as'eeted p,res;d,:n t n m wtn om, of the Cow-Belles; Mrs. Robert Ilenng as co-hosecess. They also I enjoy a Christms Re itmeier, vice president; Mrs. Herman Willm:s, treasurer and Mrs. Ru.ssell Hoopinffarner, secretary. AUXILIARY PARTY The grange auxiliary wil,1 hold their Christmas party De- cember 17 at 7:30 at the hall. Members are to b,rin gifts for their secret pah and the 'hus- bands are to bring gifts for the exehan,ge. 'Mrs. Janice Reitmeier pre- pared a nice birthday dinner ast Wednesday night in hon- er of her father Ernest G.eshke. Mr. ,and Mrs. Robe,re Real- meier entertained Sunday for Mrs. M. W. Piersol of Slngle, mother of Mrs. Reitmeier, Mr. ad Mrs. Virgil Piersol, 'also of Spangle, a, nd John Philips of Ohe:ney, and their son Rob- evt V. Reitmeier and amily. The occasion wa,s Mrs. Pier- sol's birthday. Lee Wilcox is attendin,g die- sol school this week at Ken- Worth Motor Truck C0. Mrs. retchen Mbser was PAA l Ple)santly surprised Dee. 11 to have her son Walt Good- man acd Mrs. K'aren Stone granddaughter, from Anacon" da, Mont., came for a visit. They returned Thursday. Herb Andrews from Kent visited Sunday with Mrs. Elain Caning and Mrs. Moser. He was on his way to Missoula where he will be employed by !a contracter. i Mr and Mrs. Frank Rogers called on Mrs. Moser Sunday. The sympathy of the cem- munity is extended to Dr. 'and Mrs. Mike Mflle.r ,and family in the death of Mrs. Miller's father ias,t week afte a tong illness. Mrs. Jessie Silcoek was a dinner visitor of Mr. and Mrs,. Earl Pendell last Thu.rsffay. Mrs. Silcock calted on her n, iece Mrs. Don Muzatko Sun- day. Callers at the Sara Kirkpat- rick lmme last week were Mrs.. Arm'a Erfurth, Mrs. Mary Wil- cox ,and Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Kirkpatrick visited her hu,s- band Saturday at the nursing home and found 'him e,eling better. r. and Mrs. Lars'on visit- ed Suaday at Chewelah with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sctmfid, while the Gerald Larsons vis- ite,d in Colviile with the A. L. Larsons. Sunday Mternoon the I;arsons accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Scbmid to Gifford for/he 25th anniversary of d friends. Mr. :and Mrs. Lawrence Gri,f- fen from Plummer visited o Sunday with the Louie Nel- son, s, De1 Standerfers and Del- mar Fitzners, making the ac- qualn'Mnce of the new baby at the Dehnar Fitzners. Mrs. Fitzner returned home Dec. with he new baby, and Lucky, Bobby ,and Susan s,pnt the time with the Del Standerfers. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lunne- borg and san Kent and Ed Crooks visited Sunday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Caude Crooks. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pendel went to Worley Sunday and vi'sited with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Chapman. The women are twin sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Farlin Sahli from Great Falls were Satur- day d'irmer gue,ss f Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Terry P,il- tipson o,f Spokane were Sun, day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Phfipson. Mr. ,and Mrs. Virgil Becket : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::  iiiiii!iii i:iii A personality changer ? Not really I The new '66 Plymouth Barracuda is just a most unusual car. Station wagon, sports car, and sedan, all in one. Rear seat up, seats . Rear seat down, forms a 7-foot- East Cheney By Anna Phillips At East C'heney grange meeting last Friday evening Emery Babb gave a report on agriculture and grange co-op business and Garnett B0ts an from Mohler and Mr. and Mrs. Del Stan,derfer met Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Larson m Spokane Saturday night fvr dinner ad d, ancing, cele,brat- ing the Beckers' wedding an- niversary. Kenny Radon attended a swim meet in IAbby over the weekend and won three @irt pl, ace medals, two second phce and one third place bronze medal. Kenny swims with the Eastern Washitgon Recreation ass'n. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Canp were Saturday dinner guests in Spokane of Mr. ,and Mrs. Johnny Herman. Mr. ,and Mrs. Erl Moos of Cheey called on Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Larson Saturday. The Van Camps visited M. and Mrs. Delbert Spear on Monday. insurance. Lecturer Stelzer is phn, niYg a Christmas program 4-H with gift exchange treats. Mr..and Mrs. Babb, Esther Stelzer, M. Mrs. James Btackshaw and arid Mrs. Garnett Boots ed the ip:stallaton o gran,ge Dec. 2. Mr. ,and Mrs. Chester lips and Mr. and Mrs. Mayfield and family of ttane were Saturday visitors .of Mr. and Mrs. Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. Don tie called on Ma'. and C'tarence Davis Su,d:ay nin,g. Mr. and Mrs. Foter of Opportunity spent day afternoon with the rett Boots family. Don and sons Mark and Timra Pomeroy were Sa,turday ors. Mr. and Mrs. David us arid Duane called on ar}d Mrs. Clarence Mrs. Anna Phillips evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vevn ton were Sunday evemng it ors of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips and John. ,gift exclange and elect of- ficers. Tom Musser celebrated hi 5th bihday ,on Friday eye- ning with a din,er .at the Os- car Mussev home. Guests were Mr. ,a'd Mrs. Herb Kukuk ad Don and Mr. 'ad Mrs. Lar Danieon and Cindy. Iatherine Hooay, Nina and Pen,y were Sundoy din- ner guests of the Harold Mer- a'ns in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Strieff and family off Che- ey were Sunday visitors (ff the Carl Johsons. Nia ,and Penny HallWay t,ok part in ,a recital of the students of aT Anderson at the Ae,mbly of God ohurc on Sam-ay afterrmen. ues were Mrs. Patt Selfrid,ge and Ta,mi, ERa Kn,app agd Mr. and Mra. Claude Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reitmeier a,d family left for their ,tmme in Iamrath lqalls a(fter spe.d- ing three weeks viti'ng sme friends and relatives in the aa. On Tuesday evening llt- tle Tim Reitmeier celebrated his second bia'thday with a paty a,t the Oscar Reitmeie ',home. Guests were. hs two great ,gran.d,mohers, Mrs. Frie- da Owmm and Mrs. Hattie Van Camp of Spokane, and the Jim Owens family of Four Lakes. ,Mike NaPes came 'home with a deer ,on Sund,ay after spend- ing the day hunting near Springdale with Pete NaPles, A1 and Marvin Wfflms and Ernest A,hf. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Willms vis- ited on Saturday with Armie and Oharlie PR)eker near SIo- kmm. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pehrson visited with Mrs. Keith Radley! at e Sacred Heart ospil Tuesd.ay evening. Mr. ,and Mrs. Les Gibson: and ,family of Chancy nd Mr. aad Mrs. Percy Strong off Spo- kane were Stmday dinner guests of the Fred John family. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Swan- son ard Eric Swanson attend- c<l the Saturday dinner meet- ing of the Lincotn County Cat- tlemen's .assn in Daveawx). On Mnday Mrs. Lavina Swan- son attended a birthday un- cheon in honer of LeAs Wei- pert t the home of Mrs. Max- ine Cole. On Tuesday She at- tended the Chr bridge pazy held at the home off Mrs. Iwa Gavber. Mr. and M. R. E. Hem-y off ELk were Thursday aml Fri- day guests at the Oscar Rail. m eer lmme. On Sunday Mr. aml Mrs. Oscar Reitmeier ut- tertded the faR concert at EW- SC Where Mr. Steve Green- wood sang in  symlhonic choir. Mr. and Mrs. Buzz aine und family of Clear ae vis- ited ,on Surday evening a the Goroa H<igsons. Suxday din- nex guests at the GlyrMon Sa- thers at Goan were Cxxlml Iedlgson ,n,d Pa,l Sather. Tuesday eall, ers at  BHI ns were Mr. and M. Don Hlton of Slokane and Wed'nesdy visitors were M. and Mrs. Chris JMmso alSo off Spokane. The ,MeGuns were Saturday dirmer gazes of the Tam Ces in Spokmm. Sur6ay visitors at the McCur- ms wre the Don Lamberts of Chancy. i irmie Paterson spent sev- e,r days in Deane,ss ,tmspi- i tal ,Last week. She is ,home arid taking it easy. Her sister, Flor- a enee West of Pateros, is here to spend some time with her and Dave. When it's necessary to sop ,on a slippery road, pumping the bakes will enable you to maintain better caarl off your car by preventing skid- dang..and usually will sp the car m a shorter dis,lance than when continuotm, full brake pressure is applied. For a Carefree Christmas--Family Style Join NB of C Christmas Club! If you are one of the fortunate who joined last year you already know how much more fun Christmas is when it doesn't throw your budget out of gear. Plan now to enjoy next Christmas free from concern about gift money or January bills.., start a Christmas Club account for every member of the fam- ily. Next year, have the brightest holiday season ever! It's so easy! Just ask anyone at your nearest NB of C office. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE Member I'ed,ral Depn, hlsur,mce Cotpor,ltion MEDICAL LAKE OFFICE: S. 120 BROAD DON R. WlNANS, MANAGER long "carry anything" cargo space. 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