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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 25, 1964 Medical Lake News By Katherine Holloway Medical Lake News Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year From Katherine Hollowa SNOW BRINGS LONG VACATION The excessive amount of sn'ow closed the Medical Lake school about no(m on Monday and they aren't scheduled to reopen until Jan. 4 Th gives students a few extra days at home. COLVILLE GAME IS RESCHEDULED East Valley baskethail team won over Medical Lake Friday everArg 66-57. The ame Sat- urday evening with Colville WaS cainelled and ,has been re- scheduled for $an. 16 at Ool- vide. Medical Lake will partici- pate with Selkirk and Feman at the Reardan Christmas tottr- nament. On Dee. 29 at 8:30 they will play Reardan and on the 30th the winners and los- ers will play each other JOB'S DAUOHTERS OFFICERS SEATED I-Inhered on Satm'day after- noort was Kren Tonki at a public iastallatkm at  lodge hall in Medical Indue of t Job's Daughters Bethel 26. The daughter of Maj. and Mrs. S. D. Tonkin off FilxflRM Force Base, Koran is a seni at Medical Lake lih school. Atso installed were WheUie Mfls s semor princess, Aice Hler a junior princess, Pat King as gaide, Vickie ben. chain as marsaa, San Poberts as recerder, Susan Parks as Chaplain, Pam Robexts as sen- ior tmstodian and messengers are Jxe Tyson, Pa StaplL=s and Charlene Rider. lin honored queen was Beverly Harmon altd assisting her were Sandra and Terri Musser, Vickie Mender, hail, Kitie Smi- lay, Suzy Brash.ear and Da, lene Wiess. Mrs. Alice Nama,ing sang the 23rd psalm and ,an aria from .{andel's Messiah. The t.able decorations were a large cake with a Bible open to the 23rd psalm. Refreshment's were served JOHNSON BABY IS BAPTIZED The seven week old daugh- ter of Mr. and Ms. James Johnson, Kathleen Michee, was baptized on Stmday at the family home. Bastor Olson of. ficiaed and psormors were Glenda Alexander ad DerKon. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson mad ltrs. Feta Denton. A roasted goose dinner foHved. GRAPPLERS LOSE IN CHENEY THURSDAY The Medical Lake wrestling team lst their match at Cha- rley last Thursday evening 44- 10. Medical Lake had only two wires, Doug Ol'd at 133 with a n and DormS' Turn- bough with a pin .t 175. With four freshman beginners, Cach Conners feels the team is showirtg improvement. Te ext match will be at Colvifle on Jan. 8. GROUP TO ATTEND THE ICE CAPADES The 24 members of the Hon- or Society will meet during the holidays for a trip to he Ice Capades, chapevoaed by Mr. avid Mrs. Sheldon Vauffhn. The date has ben set for Dee. 28, with the bus leaving at 7 o'clock. Also atending the Ice Ca- pades from Eastern State Hos- pital will be 150 paUents on the evemng of Dec. 26. They will be guests of E1 KaUf Shrine. EDUCATORS HAVE PARTY The Medical Lake Educa- tion association met nusday l evenirg for a potluck dnner land evening ,of fun. O,n t,hthe dinner committee were Bob Stanley, Migion Vauhn, 1tLa Furman and Gay Goldbea-g. Santa Ciaus, in the Person of Don Kyle, district guidanc, di- reoor, added to the aiety. Special guests were Mr. mad Mrs. Loren Von Lehe and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mu'sser. Bob Stanley is shown with Santa Claus. EAST VALLEY WINS TOUGH HOOP GAME The last ValleTMedica Lake game on Friday evening was a close, hard fotght name. The Cardimas were ahead 26- 24 at the half but just couldn't keep up with the tall Iast Val- ley .boys. Mark Agnew vas high point man with 20 with Butch Denton comirzg Mog with 13. The freshman games at Riv- erside 'and Liberty were can- celled because of tlm lad wather. They won't play again until after the hodays. STAR HAS BIRTHDAY Tlirty-two members of Iy- ,a,l chapter OES me,t Monday evenizg for their annal clmp- tar birthday party. An adden- da was presented by 15 past worthy matrons tellin of the growth of the olmpter. TMdng part were Mirmie Petersn, Katie Wynia, Lily Morgan, Ola Lloyd, ]lsie Svensan, Pearl Kiig, ce Moore, FAMnl Brown, Eva Hines, Madeline Chemey, Ruth Turner, Dura PImer, Evelyn Appel, Maude Pillard and Emily Per'lain. A birthday cake and refresh- meats were served by Eva l Hines, the Wi.liam Durfees, the I Frank H'oi "Lhlhead, the Crerge i Turners and Minme Peterson. i Eva Hines won the prize. J The OES SoeiI el,,club wKll meet Dee. 28 at the ,home f Ellen Brown with Marie Ahif as cohoste&s. There will be a gift exchange. PERSONAL MENTIONS ail Smith, a Seattle studerr, is spertding the vacation with her parents, the Ellsworth Smiths. Mrs. Ed Sonneborn was hos- tess last Monday evening for a stork shower henrirg Mrs. Lloyd Montaney. Guests were neighbors in the Picmc Pines area. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mm'shal of Moscow were weekend vis- itors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kltapp. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bates and sors Mike and Rich left on Tuesday to spend the ,Itohday.s with Mr. and Mrs. Len Bates and Mr. and Mrs. Wink By- ram .at Twsp. Mrs. Florence Reeves has re- ceived word from her daugh- ter and family, the Irvin Kol- bets at Anchorage, saying 'ey have severM feet of snow and below freezing weather. Cal rub returned Friday from a business trip to the south where the temperature L near the 80's. The Grubs re- ceived a phone call from Pll- lip in Washington, D. C., and also a cal, l from Steve who has been on the Iarseage in Chin- ese, apanese ad Plllppine waters. Lee Hfllbrick and John Brewer have driven to Seat- tle to bring Jim Hillbrick home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo,n C'rk of Tulare, Calif., have arrived on Saturday at the Forrest Clarks to spend the holidays. The Catholic parih had about 65 pveseltt for their pot- luck dinner at the city lmll Saturday evening. A pogmm was gideon by the young folk and Christrmas caro'l were sung. The Chancy Latter Day Saints church hem their pro- gram at the city bali Friday evening with their primary de- partmen doing the ,Ironers. Attending from here were lhe Del Burtons, the Clark Colas, the BiLl Hay ,and Mrs. Hill. Mrs. E L. Fu,ll'ev has left for CampbeU, Calif., to jn Mr. Fuller to spend the holidays with the Ben Brown fmnily. Eastern Stay club will met Dec. 28 at the home of Mrs. ! Brown. Last Sunday visitors at I the Brown home were Mr. mtd] Mrs. Bill Brown and amily of l Spokane. i Mr..arm Mrs. Merle Bacon left Tuesday evening by train for Sumayvale, CARE, to spend i the holidays with Mr. md Mrs. Wesley Stewart and fany, i Mr. a'nd Mrs. C. W. Gumazi and son of Scuttle were wek- end visitors ,a the C. E. Jlley home. Mr. :and Mrs. Chrence PI- er mad amity were ,hests on Friday ever'.ag to a Christmas party al bridal skewer, ,lXm- ring Dpn Anderson mad Janet Reid. Gt/'ts Were Mr. and Mrs. Sd Johnson and family of Spokane, Mr.' and Mrs. Jack Larson, Mr. ,and Mrs. Ray An- derson ,nd Mr. and Mm. Jim Anderson and IAsa. Mrs. Waiter Von Lehe is in the Sacred Heart ,hospitM in room 577, having been taken there on Saturday Medical Lake- 1954 Dane Wynia w;s installed as honored queen of bethel No. 26, Order of $ob's Daugh- ters .of Medical Lake .a a pub- lic ceremony held Dec. 16. Su- san and Patti Parks, smll daughters of the behe's first honored queen, Rose Mary Parks, presented the Bible. Mrs. Margaret Kitehermr e't by ,pta, ne Wedimsday fdr Port- land to visit over the holidays with hex son and mnly.- Funeral services wer heqd Dec. 22 at I0 .a.m. at the De- WRt funeral,.home in W atla WaSh for Robert Dud'ley and haSOliiC graveside services ware hd at 3:30 She same day at Medical Lake cemetery. He had farmed in this area for many years and was a brother- in-law of Mrs. Bill Cark. The OES social club met at the home of Mrs. Rachel Ctink- enbeard for thehr annual Clristmas party Tuesday eve- ning, Dec. 14. Guest prize was won by Mrs. Ruth Turner and the lucky prize by Mrs. Ruth Hadley. Gifts were exClmnged aId a lUlCh served. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Imimff ened at a pre-Ohristmas diurter for Mr, 's aeph- ews ad neees and fmtlies last Smxtay. @lam tbekh ]odge me, t Dee, 20 ,t the ,tmme of Katie Sirmingew, nobl gva.mi. Lunch- eon  .served a,t a Christmas decorated table and a gift charge was enjoyed by el members present. Medical Lake- 1944 Students on the Medical Lake schools hnor roll in- clyde Bill Brovcn Roy Halli- day, Lorfena Loomis, Dois ThiemeltS, Dorothy Imnan, Neff Parks and Carolyn Abey. Mrs. Maud P'fll.ar left Tues- day for Missouri to attend the golden wedding anniversary of her parents. Mrs. Mamie Arthur of Port- laird i's visiting .at the home of Mrs. Robert Woey and fam- ily The fountains at the school house ,have been converted to the samtary type. School vaoation for hrist- mas wiU run from Dec. 22 to Jan. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Christen- sen arm family of Hayford and Mr. nd Mrs. Emil Christensen were Sunday diviner guests o,f Mrs. Agnes Heyer. Worth Euster has 1uvchased the Anderson stere from F. L. Andemon and Warier Mel- cher: He wi1!l take over official- lY on Jan. 1. Jack Cummings is having a vacatio from duties at the Eastern Washington steae os- pital. Medical Lake- 1934 Medical Lake town basket- bal team played Reardan Mon- day evening arm won both games, 69-18 and 12-10. Miss Marie Niemn, daught- er of Mrs. Henrietta Nieman, is ill with scarlet fever at Riv- ert .hospital. She contract- ed ,the disease at Sacred Heart hospital where she has charge of the children's ward. Word has bee received of the death Thursday "m WMla WaRa of Mrs. Holmgre, moth- er of Mrs. H. A. Hewins. Fun- eral rvices were hl(l there Monday. Mrs. C. W. Cross and son Fred of Newport spent the weekend here ,as uests in the Baildw4n .and B ,homes. Little Miss Bernadette Le- :fevre speit several days last week in Spolame as ,a est of the Fleming fmily. Mr. and Mrs. Frank .Bedms- chek ,are parents of a daughter born Wednesday, Dec. 12th. The baby :has been named Ber- nice Lucite. Mrs. C M. Jerue let Friday evening on a brininess trip to Seattle. She will also visit at the tmme of Mr. nd Mrs. C. Nathan Lynn at Tacoma. Mr. axed Mrs. KroM Wright of Spangle were Stmxhy guests at the Robert Lovetts. Emma Young, Gertrude Bald- win, Esther Harms and Fossie Jolmson spet Sunday in Spo- kane. Mrs. Myrtle Raft, who is wovkir, g at the Crescent stove in Spokane, spent Sunday at her home here. AT THIS SPECIAL TIME WE PAUSE TO SEND YOU OUR BEST WISHES AND iik;'TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR FRIENDSHIP. CHENEY BUILDING SUPPLIES Norm Hove Espanola News By Katherine Holl0way PINOCHLE PARTY The loy Schmidts aad the Gus Strohmers were hosts at the tatter's home Saturday eve- nin,g for a pinoc'e party. :Guests were the Jolm Labish- as, Gordon Hodgsons, Roydal :Conleys, Albert Rsenaus, Leo Holzrmgeis and Mrs. Eliza Ros- cn'au. High seo,res were taken by John and Betty Labis,h with !Roydal Cnley and Irene Ro,s- enau getting l'ow scores. John Labish took the traveng prize home. SINGS IN CHOIR Mrs. Hugh Jackman sang the soprarm s,to inthe First Pre,s- byterian church program on Su,rtday in Spokane. The chart- chestra did the Saint Sae,ns! Christmas oriatoo. The Jack-I man falldly took part in the Sunday school program mid the open house heed at the sme time at the church p- tors. PERSONALS Mrs. Mabel Sheaf was hon- ored on her birthday Sunday with her daaghtes bringing dinner to her house. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kukuk mad Don and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mu.sser arm family. The Gus Pehrsos attended the Latter Day Saints Christ- re, as party at the Medical Lake city ball Frid,ay evening. The primary department re,sented the program and received treats afterwards. The Don MeCandles family eel choir with the strin,ged or-were Sunday dinner guests of DA00dl D A IS 00HRISC CHG RATCLIFFE FORD CO. the lrnie Moriarty Sunday. Sandra Reitmeier is ing the holidays at home the Oscar Reitm,eiers. Mary Wyborney bus to Kent to bring her er Joe home for the A KING 15 BORN 1964 ED DOTEN REALTY WILL CHIkDHOOD BE THE ONLY FREEDOM THEY WILL KNOW? Personal freedom can slip away a little at a time, as quietly as chil- dren grow. It can be destroyed by forces from within our borders. Subtle forces-like the steady ex- pansion of Federal Government in business, and the effect it has upon our daily lives. Already our Federal Government owns many thousand businesses. In the field of electricity alone the out- put of Federally owned electric plants has now increased to more than 15% of the industry's total And there are those who would put the government even deeper in busi- ness. When any government owns business, it can control both goods and jobs. When it does that, it can tell you where to work, where to live, even what to do or say. In the light of this, can you see any reason for our government to own and manage any business liko electric power and light, where R is not needed? Isn't it best to leave that to the companies who have proved that the American traditions of individual effort are what give our nation strength? THE WASHINGTON WATER . Electric and Natural Gas Service