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December 24, 1965

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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 24, 1965 as most of the residents. There are only six ladies under the age .of 50 and 20 ,are over 60. Three are over 80 and some have been there sin,ce 1905, a'n'd vaguely recall ever ha,ving ,and other home. Their interests arid leisure time activitie vary item crocheting, embroidery ...... I work, rug making, reading or ::oYnCTse; n, Paages;,h?rntjust relaxing while wat,chirg J , s , ..... esa I televon ,o,r listening to the Bcewer with the program. Iradio Their fan .... ,v ,,4 Others ,helping were Alice t ru- V ,. "'. "' ...... " olle- ,v.~. a, ...... ,-.. I g mamng are very line rpro- ,. .,,, x,, ',,u, ,.uxxe L d'ucts During the year it is organized and supervised Vo acetmuhte an assortment o ,pilaw ,eases, tea towels, doLl- ies and rugs for the hardicraft booth .on open house day in May when these items are for sale. These ladies especially en- jay attenng chapel Smaday mornings and few of them ever mis a service. The three attendants Who hp to make their lives enj.oable are Mrs. Gola Turnbough, Mrs. Dris Niemeyer qan'd Mrs. Edna Gat- lin. Mrs. TurnbouKh came to Lakehrd in 1947 and has been head ,charge since 1949. Mrs. Neimeyer started there in 1957. Mrs. Gatlin comes here fvom Germany, having hved in England, Raly and Africa. Medical Lake News SANTA HERE TODAY Santa aus will be at the vacant ot on Lake and Le- fevve Streets to&asr, Friday, t 1:30, so akl you boys and girls be there to alk with  and get your treats. The firemen, city cattneil and Chamber o aoanmerce joired tog to decorate the tree and provide the treats. NEW TEACHER HIRED The Medical Lake school board auflmrized the l,ring f two teachers for the elevaen- tary school. They aa'e /Vlrs. Bartmra Pachuk, fifth grade, and ,Mrs. Orphajean  who will have a eombnat,on 7th and 8th grade room. CUB SCOUTS GO CAROLING The Cub Scouts spent one everrg last week riding oa a truck and caroling around town and at two wrds at tast- ern I-Iosptal. Tw:ety-fur boys rode in the hay truck diven by .Clarence Rider with leders Netlie Wood, Joanne South ad Sharon Bates. CARDINALS BOAST PERFECT RECORD Medical Lake Catalina,Is tmsketball team ran its victory ak to five over the week- end by Rckirrg Riverside 48 to 32 on Friday evening. Them on Saturday they downed a tou,gh rival, the East Valley Knights, 77 to 50. The Cardin- als' overall record stards a five wins and hie losses, with a Northeast A league revoa'd of three wiaxs arid no losses. Agirmt Riverside the Car- da.ais cod rmt find the varkge on offense and thereikre it rned at to ,be a nip and tuck ffair. The  ws rmt really decided until the final t'hree minutes of the furth quarter. The scoring was wetl ba]mced, far the  with 5'-10" senior Larry Bauman eadi,'g with 12 points, fv- ed ,by mmther 5',10" senior, Don Kukuk, and 6'-3" junior Gmsr Ih'oyles with 10 pots Again on Satmxlay the C. started slow,  be- hind the East Valy Knigh b o 2 in the rt period. Two starters, John Perry mad Dan Ku'kuk, lind four fouls early in the secoml quarter. They oucl w spiz from the By Katherine Holloway bench as Marty Winslow and J!im Bauman came in and gave them a big boost. By the end of the first ,half time the Car- 4in,as rallied to a three point ecge, 36 to 33. in the second ha, with Medical Lake hit- ting 40 per cent of the shots, they ran them off the floor, making 41 poinSs While old- irg their oppormnts to 17, the firml score reading 77 to 50. The Cardirml attack w paced by Mar Agnew wlm tossed in 23 points foil;owed by @ary Broyles with 15. The next ercounter for the Cards will rmt be urtil after Christmas When h'ey travel to meet a tough Oolfax team o, Dec. 30. MEDICAL LAKE CHURCH SERVICES C!hristmas eve services will be hed at 9 o'clock at St. John's Lutheran church with Pastor Wayne Ols:ex in etmvge. St. Timthy's Dpiscopa,1 church will hold Communi'on from 11 p. m. u,rtil midnight on Christmas eve. St. Anne's Catholic church witl hold mi.dnigh Mass on C,hristmas eve. Ommurfity church with Rev. Bups ia the pulpit hear the choir do ,a special number for their Sunday morning .service. They will present "Oh Holy Night." ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Giese' of Lambert, Saadra Damel'son Bey Rarmon, Kare Tonkin, Eora Marfi:n and Ace Mhon- dro. The crown arm jewel cer- emony was used. Decorations were in green and gold with mlly corsages being warn. Jan loberts was also install ed as setor princess and Jean] Light as jun,or princess. Oth- ers instMled ,were J.anie Ty- son, Patty Cltark, Pare Roberts, !Carolyn Dunn, Christie Bar- i ber, Carol Gatlin, Wendy Mus- i ser, Debra Masterson, Chartene Pdder, Sandy Brannegan, In- ,rid Gatlin, Sandy Hflbert, Christie Ismond and Pam Stap- les. MAID OF HONOR SHOWERS HOSTESS Sharon Tyson, maid o,f o,n o,r for the upcoming marriage of rsha Fauser and Bill Grub on Dec. 23, entertained wih a miscellaneous shower at her parents' home on Dec., 14. Fourteen school mates at-i tended. Clristmas coors and deorations were used to serve pu.rch 'and cake. LODGES ME- The Rebekah lodge held its regular meeting on Monday! evenn,g wit.h a gift exchange following. The Order of Eastern Star Seattle armounced the en-sociM club met Friday eve-= gagement ,of their daughter Di- lning at the home of Edna Her one to Douglas Somneborn, so,nllin:shead with Golda Turn- of Mr. ar(t Mrs. Ed Sonneborn I boazgh assisting. Twen/;y me- .o Picnic Pines on Dec. 4.1bets we,re present for the Sormeborn is wih the Ooast Christmas gift exchange. Gu, ard. A spring wedding is plmmed. :RETIREMENT HALL The Gieses arrived a:t hhe Sonnebovs on Thursday for the ,Christmas hoidays. Lt. and ;Mrs. Edward Sonneborn of Oarlsbad, Calif., also are sperdg the hoIidays tere and with the C. C. Carters in Cheey. JOB'S DAUGHTERS HOLD INSTALLATION Patria King, daugiRer of Mr..arm Mrs. Mrian King, was i nstatled as lmrrorod queen an Suchy teroon at the lodge 111. Inst,'dlmg officers of the Job's Dauglters were Jais Key, ,pianist; Dixie Olier, ,nar- rator; Diann, e Von-L0he:. anti LADLES ARE BUSY Grant hall, fondly called a "retirement ;home," has ladies living there who ,are far from retirirg ad would be insulted if they heard it ealed so. T, her are 49 ladies living there ,arid 57 of these hep in her areas of Lakelond Vil- lage such as the dining rooms, 'hospital  in the ether halls where tahey assist in te care of the younger arid lass capa- ble redent, s. Those Who re main in the lal help with the daily heusekeep'mg tasks such a's dtmting, ironing, etc. This sounds very ordinary but the ldies ae not as,young GRUBS HAVE GUESTS Arriving at home f, or the holidays with Mrs. Ellery, BiJJ Steve and Carl Grub arid for the wedding on Dec. 23 of Bill and Marsha Fau,ser, are Philip Grub of Washington, D. C., and Cmg Grub, a student at We- natchee. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Grub and Kerry of Coalinga, Calif., a'lso arrived during the weekend. FFA BOYS SHOW CHRISTMAS SPIRIT The FFA chapter of the Medical Lake high school me Ttmrsday with 22 mem.'ls spreading ,a bit of Chxistnas cheer. With J(hn Jensen pre- siding iey made phns to mke ad hang wreaths af hol- ly and cedar around the high sclol building. They also have a decorated tree in the classroom. They voted to he,lp six needy famihes in the area with $10 apiece. SANTAS APLENTY Three Srts were present when 700 patients gathered for a Christmas party on Fill- day fternn at Eastern State Hospil. @roups helping with the refreshments were the ] fitri, VFW, the NCO Vires ff and the Spokane firemon's union. The program was ,given ,by Fort Wright girls grou, ps and the Medical Lake HS Oaaxlaires. Mr. Arnold play- & A MOST MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU Best wishes for a bright and wonderful Christmas . . from Reddy Kilowatt and all the 1000 employes of the Washington Water Power Company. THE WAtHIN@lrON WATER POWER CO. ed C!hristmas selections o,n the orga that was donated by Sampson-Ayers. CHRISTMAS CONCERT The choir ,of Mt. St. Mich- a eis semina, ry presented its 50 members in a Christmas con- cert in the auditorium at East- ern on Sunday afternoon. This is a favorite spot for them each year, ,antd they get many requests from all over to pre- sent their programs. After the program they broke up into carLing groups and went to the medicahsurgical wards to entertain. Christmas will be quiet, in comparison to pre-C:hristmas happenings. Patients will eith- er open gifts, so generously donated, on Christmas eve or on Christmas day a,nd will have visitors. Some will .s,penl the holidays at home. On Sunday the 26th, 50 res- idents will be attending tke lee Capades at the eolis:eam for a matinee and 50 more on Jan. 2. E1 Katif Shrine has do- nated tickets again this year. ay,h,sYu,o h bring to you bountiful joy. LAKE CITY THRIFT STORE MEDICAL LAKE, WASH. I III TEACHERS BARBECUE Forty-three teachers and spouces were present at the teachers potluck and steak barbecue last week. Sa, nta left gifts for each. Gaye Goldberg and Jay Wood panned the eve- pAn which also incladed bin- go and a movie entitled, "For Teachers Only. PERSONALS Mr. Dieus is home after a day in the hospital and con- tinues to improve after his recent stroke. Wi$1iam Dtwfee is again home after his long stay in the hospital and has returned t work. Arrivi, ng on Sunday to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson and Kathleen were Mrs. Lillian Murry of lawtns, Wyo., and Mike Mur- ry, a student at Westminsler College in Salt Lake City. Mr. and rs. John Ham - stallatior tn @heney on 'day. Their daughter Kay installed as librarian rM i other daughter Sue was a stalling officer. On i the Ham family attended funeral in 0hency of Ms. Harm, vtho passed array 13. Mr. and Mrs. Neff Parks family arrived on spend the holidays with Bill Parks and the Pillard ilies. | Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Blvu .g. Spokane were Sunday visit0 at the John Ball home. _ J Mr. and ls. Gary ad family left on Ttm r/ to sperd the holidays at Mrs. Sonnebrn ente on Sunday with a bi'thday ! ty hormrin,g Mrs. Patck laban. Mrs. Beha Fiechtror Spokane was a Surd, ay nght guest ,at the lone and Mrs. Carroll Iaplan tended the Job's I)augnters in- boys. May Christmas bring to each of our many friends joy and happiness. BROWN INSURANCE CO. AIRWAY HEIGHTS, WASH. PHONE CH 4-9733 MEDICAL LAKE, WASHINGTON .... PHONE. 299-3.251 . Happiness I and prosperity to you and yours DURING THIS SEASON OF GOOD WILL TOALL MEN, THE ENTIRE N. B. OF C. FAMILY JOINS IN A WISH FOR PEACE AND PROSPERITY TO ALL FAMILIES EVERYWHERE[ Left to Right  Don Winans, Dorothy Dormaier, Terri Musser, Georgene Kyle, Joice Labish and Robert NA?00ONAIL BANK C@0000EI00CE