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Page 6 Cheney Free Pre Friday, December 18, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway [IP" SANTA VISITS SCHOOL--Pictured are Nicky and Pamela Hontz, twins of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hontz, first grade pupils at the Medical Lake elementary school where Santa Claus vis- i'd on Dec. 8th. Santa's friends came along to wish the kin- dergarten, first and second graders a Merry Christmas and to explain many safeb/ measures. Each trooper, the fireman, the sheriff, the patrolmen and the local police asked the tail. dren to take care in riding bicycles, using matches, walking to school and in playing both inside and outside the buildings. This is the second year that Santa has been sponsored by the Washington State Patrol, the Spokane Valley fire depm'tment and the county sheriff's department, assisted by the Medical Lake police. The service is well received and appreciated by the children, teachers and parents. BICYCLE SAFETY CHECK At a recemt metin of the tow council the subject of bicyc operation was d'us- sed at great length. In aa ef- fort to comply with the Wash- igton state .statutes, it Was the decision of the eou, acil to ,have 11 bicycles within 1e town limits brought u .to reg- tiatim as set forth in the states coxxernig tghtmg, brakes and other safety meas- ures necessary for safe oper- atiou of the bicycle, effective Jan. 4, 1965. Ald bicycles rmt measm'ing up .to these requirments will be irrotmded by the Medical Lake police department and l not released until .lmoperly equipped. This is by the order  of the town council and ap- proved by Mayor A. E. Denton. ,are being sent home from school this week in the hopes that parents  cooper- ate in seeing th, at their ehil- (.Iron's bicycles will. pass the safety Check. PROGRAM SET AT SCHOOL The second, third and fourth grades will present "The Two Spirits of Christmas" at 7 p. m. Dec. 21 at the elementary school. Teachers taking part in the program are Miss Ruth V, an I)amme, Mrs. Stel Mil- ler, Mrs. Carroll Youngblood a, nd Mrs. Ardrea Martin. The 7th and 8th grade chorus, with Miss Carol Wo(ver directing, will sing. SCHOOL TO CLOSE AT TWO DEC. 23 The Medical Lake sclol dis, trict will dismiss a'll classes ,at two o'ctock on Wednesday, Dec. 23', for he CA, istmas hol- idays, resuming again, on Jan. 4. The grade schooI rooms will enjoy parties with gift ex- changes and the 'lih school classes will each ,have a holi- day prty before dismissal. The girls ath'letic association with their advisor Mrs. Idarrise en, t Wednesday at Central and Bast Valley ,high sctmols for a volley ball. play day. Mr. Van Mae atended a Spokane county priaclmlS meeting on Wednesday in Spo- kane wiley. Poor work slips have beew marled to patents of students in he kigh school wtm lmve been doing failing or unsatis- factory work for the second quoter. MISSIONETTES P-ARTY Twetve girls of the Junior Mkskqonettes met Monday ee- ifing ,at the ,home of their lead- er, Mrs. Jttm Larsn, for a Christmas party. After dinner games were played and gifts wrapped for a surlmse Cbst- rims box. Esther Dur, can is as- sistant leader. DOUBLE HEADER WRESTLING The Saturday aternoon double header match saw CI- fax win over Calvi,Ale by a score of 27 to 19 aRd Deer Pak wo ever Medical Lake by one po,t. Medical Lake winners were Ron Haffinger with a pin at 133, Doug Olmead:e, with a pin at 138, Dan Tourrboug,h with a pin ,at 175, John Jonson with a decision t 191 and Dave Liddell won with a pin ht the ualimited bracket. They lost 24-23, being hurt by ,having to forfeit a weight cass. The next match will be at Cheney at 7 o'clock on Thursday evening. FROSH LOSE TO CHENEY The fresh basketaU team lost to Cheney on Monday eve- ning in the last few minutes of the Rome. (:heney led at the begimg 8-1 with Medical Lake tieing with them 9-9 at the end of the Rrst qual*er. The boys jumped out-ahead arm .stayed there by eight points unthl the 'last few min- utes of the game when Cheney beat thorn 37-34. Torn WMt. field .of Gheney 'had the kigh score of the game with 17 pois. Scoring for Medical Lake were Clarence Glenn with 16, Bill He,an 14 and Cary Black 4. The team will phy at Liber- ty on Thursday anti PAverside will come here next Tuesday with an  8th grade game at 4:30 followed by the fresh game. TEACHERS HAVE POTLUCK The Medical Lake Education ass'n will hold its Ohristmas )otluck at the high school oa I Thursday evening ut 6:30. Bin- go will ollow at 7:30 with San. ta doing the cabling and dane- ling will begin,* at 8:30. The Art club will furnish table decor- ations. Bob Stanley of Botteen sclmol at Fairchild wRl be in charge. Medical Lake  1934 -Dr . E. A. Layton has a,c- cepted the position as Custo- dial school physJan replacing Dr. N. V. Brown, who resigned. Art Sven,sn was hi,gh man in last weeks rifle scoring with a score of 88. Other high shoot- ors were Dr. Con,way, 82, Ry- latt 81, Goetchius 83 and Pet- erson 79. The Catholic Altar society met Thursday with Mrs. Emma Bartholomew with Miss Nora Hynes ,and Mrs. Doherty as co- hostesses. Others wesent were the Mme. Pearson, Carey, Mr- rison, Boyle, White ad Purvis. Miss Eva Tuetl is the new music director at the Cust dim school. O. H. Jones, who has ptr- chased the former Lee Wolffer g.a.rage a, nd service stati(m at Four Lakes is remodeling the  bui'l.ding. I-Ie wilt co,tirme the l service station and is adding i a stack of groceries, drugs and hardwares. He  plans to buy eggs, puttry, vel and bogs from ]peal farmers. Ohristmas vacation at the , school,s will begin Dec. 21. Medical Lake --1944 Loris Inman returned from Caldwell, N. J., where ,he was sent by the Spokane Air Ser- vice Command to attend a mot- ors school. The regtdar meeting of the Rebekah lodge was hId last Monday with initiation for Mrs. Car), Steele and Mrs. Olive Raines. Re frehme,nts were served by Mrs. organ, Mrs. Jerue and Marie Ahlf. AT THE CHURCHES St. Timothys Episcopa,1 Medi- cal Lake, Christmas Service. Holy Communion at 9:oo a. m., Espanola News By Katherine HoHoway SANTA VISITS ESPANOLA About 75 persons attended the Christmas pottuck, t supper at the grange hal'1 Friday eve- ning. The gift wrap table was judged and prizes were award- ed. Robin Moriarity g'ave the program starter with Barbara rins3n giving the welcome. I)ec. 25. ,C:>ileen sang two songs, ac- The C0mmu,nity church will companied by Betty Labish. itald its Christmas program on[ The grange reetin was iven Dec. 7:30 with Mrs. Rob-[ by Oscar Reitme'ier; other croo mcnarge. . J readings were done by Evelyn rne tmtneran ,enurch will] rillms, Anna H odson ad present a mm ann program at[I, oy Rosenau. A game "The 7:5'0 on Dec. 23. Night Before Christmas," was Assembly of God will pre- sent a Christmas program on Dec. 22. Twilight circle of the Com- munity church will meet at 7:30 at the Billups' home with each pers0.n bringing a favor- ite Christmas reading. Ladies of the church have been mak- ing puppets, collecting toys, baking cookies, etc., with which to fill baskets for needy fam- ilies. The pl'anning group of the St. Ane's Altar society met Monday evening to make plans for a potluck supper and a Christmas party on the 19th. Rev. arid Mrs. Billups and sons and a friend from Eastern State hospital spent a day last week .shopping and having din- nor in Spokane. Roy Butts, who is recovering from .an auto accident, came home from St. Luke's ,tmsital Surday. He has a broken left arm. MRS. PRESTON VISITS SONS Mrs. Fred Preston is v,g her sons, Fred Preston, Jr., at Los Angeles and Frmk Pres- ton, a lientermnt coer in the navy stationed "m Hawaii. Following her two-week visit in Itawaii end Los Angeles, Mrs. Preston will make her home in the Carlyle lintel in Spokane. ART STUDENTS ASSIST The art classes in the high school 'are spending their elms time ,at Cistern Slate hspil wrapping and decorating peck- ages. Mrs. GoM,hevg is their in- structor. CHRISTMAS CAROL BOOKS AVAILABLE T. R. Murphy, sales super- visor for Richfield Oil Crpor- ati)n reports the arrival of the popular Christmas carol book-! ets at aU service stamens in! thi area. Free to all, this beautifully illustrated booklet contains the word,s and music to our most cherished yuIetide favor- ites. CARDINALS HAVE FOUR WINS The Medical Lake Cardirmls have wrapped up four wins with no .losses thus far in league hoop standings. They will race two tough opponents this weekend whe,rt they meet East Valley here on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nie,man ef Wall'a Walla were uests of Mr. ,arid Mrs. Harry Wilkes. ,Mrs. Selma Andren, Carl and Vic Pine visited the L. E. Van Brunt family. Miss Coleman of Palouse is substitute teacher for Mis.'.s Ilazel Sommers. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ander- son are parents of a boy born Nov. 28. Medical Lake- 1954 .Mr. and Mrs. HardT Wilkes oa-e dirmer guekt.s of Mr. amd Mrs. Frank Treuschultz in Spo- kane Sunday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Gerhart were caed to Oldahnaa by the ness of her fther. They aNo 'plan to visit other rela- fives and fliends ttmre. &met Fuson tas returned to school ater spen ",ding the past l two weeks at home with chick- e% pox. Diane Wya ,headed te high school honor re'H, having earned strNght A grades dur- ing the first semester. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. arm Mrs. Bill Baldwin were Mr. and Mrs. Apgar and chil- dren, Mrs W A Baldwin and I : " " Mr. Baldwin, all of Spokane. St. John Lutheran church will hold its anaual Christmas program an Sunday evening, Dec. 19, at 8 o'clock. The choir from Sprague will sing. Ila Liaton returned the first oLthe week from North Dako- ta where she was called by the illness of her father. She was gone 10 days. enjoyed as well as carol sing- fng. A candle,lighting ceremony was performed, entitled, "The Ten Commandments o.f Christ- mas." Gifts and treats were distributed by Santa (Ed Best) and his helpers. COGSWELL HONORED Jack CogsweH was in, st:ailed on Saturday evening at the lodge hall as worshipful mas- er of the Medical Lake lodge No. 102 F. and A. M. Installing officers were worship,ful broth- er Fred Winkles, as'sisted by Dale Thomas, Iarold Tucker and Elsie Cogswell. Other officers installed were Charles Ehl'ers, serAor warden; George Masterson, junior war- and at Colvilte on Saturday. They won over Riverside on the home court 53-42. Mar Ag- new played an outstanding game, 11 rebounds rackirg up 26 poirts. Oarl Liggns and Butch Denton made 10 each and Bob Bell 8. At Cheney Saturday evening they won 56-49, a close and ex- citing game. Scng in that game were  Torrent with i8, BOb Pmll 16, Butch Denton i0 ar.d Don Kulmk and Carl Liggins each 8 points. During the Clh'_stmas holi- days the team  laly in the Reardan tournament Dec. 29 and 30, starting times to be anrtonced hter. Other scbxis taking va are Sel_rk and Freeman. CLUB HAS EXCHANGE The Craft clu,b will, meet in the home economics room of the old hig;h sc,hoal for their annual Christmas potluck at raon ..on Friday. The 21 active members will ,hold a gift ex- charge following lunch. HOT LUNCH MENU Margay  Hot dogs, mus- tard, (resup, baked beans, dill piektes, pears rtd milk. Tuesday -- Roast turkey slices, drying, mashed lota- toes, giblet gravy, cranberries, sweet potatoes, hot rolls, but- ter, Obristmas cookies, Dixie cup ad milk. Wednesday -- Cook's choice. JOB'S TO INSTALL The public is invited ,to at- tend the Dec. 19 installatioa of hectored queen,elect Karen Tonkin. The Job's Daughters rites witl be held at 2p. m. at the lodge hall. Retiring hon- ored queen is Bey Harmon. TOOKE MAKES RATING The Alton Tookes have re- ceived word from .their son Gtry tha;t .he is now a Spot. 4 in the army airborne division at Fort Bragg, N. C. KOLBETS GO TO ALASKA Mrs. Florence Reeves receiv- ed .a phone call from her daughter, Mrs. Irvin Iolbet in Modeo, alif., sayirg she and Barbara are leavin for An- chorage, Alaska, to join Mr. Kolbet. Sunday visitors at the Reeves home were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sunderlund of Che- ney. PERSONALS Mr. Donald Stites left last week for the veterans tmspital at Portlrtd where he will un- dergo eye srgery. Attendirg the eormolidati'on of Imperial ,and Motm Spo- kane ledges on Wednesday we Daisy Lewis, Mabel' Sheaf, Virgie earl and Maade Pi,tlard. Leorm Danieison of Sunnyside, Rebekh president, was pres- ell Visiting with the Forrest Clerks and the Roy Kee,nes Lagt week were Mrs. Myrtte Queen- er md ohUdren of Pothtuh who have been visitirg in Cal- ifornia with the I)el and Clg- ton Keenes. The latter family drove them ,lmme and stayed to vL a day :here. On Sunday the Roy Keenes e,nteained with a birthday dinner hormr- ing loy and .his twi grand- sns Jim ad of Svokane who were 18 on the same day. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Laird and baby, Candy Clark, Mrs. Myrtle and chil- :Iren. Donna Ahlf, who has been living in Seal Beach, Oal., is spending the hoRchys with 'her parents, the Bud Atlas. SumZay dinner guests at the Ab Griffis were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beattie, Mrs. Mildred Savorer, Mr. and Mrs. BiN DoU and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Grif- fith. On Friday the C]:aude Beat- ties visited with the Ernest Cramers. den; James Williams, treasur- er; Ben Morgan, secretary; R. D. Thiemens, chaplain; Ma'on :. King, senior deacon; James Taytor, junior deacon; James Murray, senior steward; Ron Taylor, junior stew,ard, and Carl Grub, mars,hal, who was urmbl'e to ,nttcnd. Harry Tyler was presented with the past masters jewel by Dave Peter- SOIL Sandra Reitmeier entertain- ed with several piano selec- tions. This was the 7Oth annual in:staltation for the Medical Lake lodge. A reception was ield by the EastErn Sar wom- cn. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Norm Grab:an visited one day last week in Coeur d'Alene with Mrs. J. M. Craham. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Wy- borney spent Friday and Sat- t:rday in Seattle where he at- tc,nded a medical meetin.g. Mrs. A. R. Simons and son RusseI1 were Sunday over- night visitors at the home of Ylirmie and Dave Peters:on. Mrs. Jean Lindquist and Ray- mond of Tekoa visited several nights with the Otto Magnu- sons. Mrs. Mabel Sho,af visi'ted the i Arlie Bartelts on Friday eve- niltg 'arid was a din,nor guest. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Willms and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weyen at- tended the insta 'ltation of Jack Cogswell Sa.turday everfing. Sunday the WiBmses visited with the John H. Weens. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reit- meier and Sandra were Sun- day dinner guests t the R. E. Hem'ys at Chattavoy. The Reit- reelers have visited several times with Allene Green in Sa- cred Heart hoital. The Jack Cogswells enter- tained with a ,Nrday pvty for Jack following ,the I,edge instaation Saturday evening. Guests were Mr. and IV[vs. Leo Setl00lel00rent The world is full of winding roads Tlmt war, dew up and down, And circle mountain, marsh, and woods To end at the same town. The wrld is ftl of traveters Who journey fast md eet, The world is full of wayfarers Who never hope to meet. Holzaagel, Mr. arid Mrs. G-[_ Som on the ow -l _m th hl,o Miles Breneman. N Sunday[.-  t.tleVeT.rd men journey by the Cogswens drove to Svague [  one ay c'c,e Da. to ,have dinner with the Ted } Fo," ;f ; ut.,  ,.;,:,  ;,,+ uramers. Mr ....... [. Where love leads on ,aSar, . ,ann mrs.  taraoert ,.. Arid-'" men" da ..... of Cheney were Wednesday   au.. j,ourney a y an mg c 1,o mee aeneam a star linner guests of the B Mc- . " G,ourins. Gary Mmm spent Sun-  ,_..17li,=t.,o,,t, day visiting with Joe Haley  ........ Landeweer and Perry Conrad in Slmlare. . . Sue and Kay Ham spent '=./. I i ,, ,, . People, Spots In The News 9N is writ firmly c of women soldiers marching i i c of forces anniversary. BIRTHPLACE of Columbia U. School of Engineering, about to mark its 100th anniversary, was this former broom factory at Park Avenue and 50th Street, New York (as it looked in 1865). NEW VERSION ventilated hairdo diamond- studde, "snake," a ParisiaV creation. and KAREN, daughters of the L. B. ons of Riverside, Cal., agreed on their "candidate" differed on the Dec. 8 and Mrs. Brawn aocam- panied Mrs. Sileoeks home and was an aterlton visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Hemy Wynstra and Mrs. John Anderson spent Friday ,and Saturday in Lewis- ton. They had a pre-Christmas dinner, ,because Mrs. Anderson is leaving Saturday to jin her husband in the Philippines. 5r. Wynstra was a dinner .uest of Paul Howe of Cheney Monday and Tuesday. Cindy, Steve and Byron Mil-i for and Gayle and Laury Wil- cox participated in a Christmas piano recital Sunday. They are students of Mrs. Mark Rat- cliffe. Mrs. M.ary Lou Mueller, the fiece of Russell Mace, gave birh to a 7 lb.. baby girl last WednesSay. Patricia joins a brother, Danny, home. Mr. and Mrs. and family spent Mr. and Mrs. Earl They had dinner with Mr.. nol'd's parents at Mrs. Marie tended the Christmas the women e.mployee EWSC dining hall noon. Mrs. Ester Grimes, been spending some time Mrs. _Moscr, left SundaY. is staying with her son ir kane for a few days. Jackie Hartford ?,forgan Horse club dinner and Christmas Xorley, Idaho. Friday evenin, g deeoratiag Chxistmas cookies with the Iol- loways. Dan and Bob Moxi.arty, spent Sunday skatin,g at the Holloways. Mr. and Mrs. Jim tIopton were Sunday visitors also. Mrs. Frank Sol, ridge was co- hostess on Friday evening with Grace Potter fo a stork show- er honoring Karen Hemming at Grand Coulee. The Se,grid- ges were overnight guests of the Hoyden McKees at Mans- field and on Saturday attended their silver wedding anniver- sary. Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 BUSY FINGERS 4-H Attending a Sears Founda- tion tunchein at the Ridpath betel Saturday honoring the winners of ehe food preser- vation were Elaine Phitipsma, Judy Moore and Nora Lou Moore. Guests were Mrs. lhil- hpson,, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Atkins. HUB CLUB MEETS The Pour Lakes Hub club met at the home of Esie Cal- syn, Dec. 8. Those present were V. J. Kline, Edna Lovell, Anna Erfurth, Ruth Haidey, Caro- lyn Oliver, Phyllis Sehmitt and Jean Barrick. Mrs. Calsyn Nave a tlk en epteaining anti also a talk on Christmas en- tertaining and festivities. Club dues .are payable in January. The annual luncheon will be held at the Golden Hour res- tmarant at Shadle Center in January. _.____.._... CHURCH NEWS The church Christmas pro- grm win be .held Sunday, Dec. 20h, at 7:30 p. m. GRANGE NEWS Attention, new grange offic- ers, there will be an organi- zation meeting, Dec. 29, at the hH. PERSONAL MENTIONS onda$ mght Lorn, a Bvwn, Mrs. L. S. Brown, and Mrs. Forest Brown attended a wed-, ding reception for Mr. arm Mrs. James Porter in Spokane. Rev. Howard Pitts, Cheney,, Mr. and Mrs. Del Spear ,and Mrs. Wilcox ca,lied on* Mr. and! IV[vs. Claude Crooks last week. I A. H. Koffm'a, Mr,. and Mrs. Paul Peterson and gmrtdson Timmy Stone and Jack Stroub viaited Mls. Kirkpatriek last week. Miss Sharon Pence spent the first part of the week in the bospital due to unknown reas- ons. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lrsen and family were Sunday eve- ning calters of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peters,on and amily. j Mrs. Silcocks and Mrs. Wiley :Brown had lunch in Spokane