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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 31, 1965 Medical Lake News CITY'S NEW CAR IS DUBBED "WHITE GHOST" What Police Chief Ballarme the 'White Ghost' is the new 1966, four door Bel Air Chevvolet, which the depart- ment took delivery of on Dee. 22. The all white vehicle re- places the '64 Char. Fred Wise r01ief man, Ires taken over the duties of Dick O'Neill, wlm has ,resigtmd to take work eL. LARRY SMITH NEW CHAMBER PRESIDENT Tim Chamber of Commerce met Dec. 21 for dinner at the city hl, followed by an elec- tion of officers: Larry Smith, peeside; Don Kyle, vice pres- ident; George Spilker, secre- tary, and Jim Williams, tres, urer. A float report was given. The ,next meeting will be held J,a. 18, beginirtg at 7 o'clock (no .dinner) to be fol,],mare,d by the 4onkey ball game at the high school gym. FROSH DOING WELL The fresh basketball tem, coached by Gary Bates, played ChevcNah there last Tuesday and won 26 to 24, bringing their wins to three with one loss. HOT LUNCH MENU Mronday Italian spaghet- ti, shredded cheese, lettuce wedge, 1000 Island dressing, garttc ,or French bread, van- illa fruit pttddirg and milk. Tues4ay  Pronto pups, mustard, sauerkraut or wt'le kernal corn, celery sticks, bread aUce, pears and milk. Wednesday mtt0ast beef in gravy over potatoes, perfection salad, yeast rolls, butter, apple wedge and milk. Thursclay -- Old faM(med baked beans, cottage cheese salad, jelly sandwiches, blond b.owes, pua, p plums and milk. Friday -- Grilled mheese sandwiches, green beans, ba- con cps, caGbage-earrot sal- ad, .gingerbread and v ,higped topping arl milk. TOM EHLERS NEW MASONIC MASTER The Mmsonic lotge mt Dec. 18th md elected officers wo will take office on Jan. 6. In- stal'$g fficers were rom the district No. 27 of Spokane. OBcors eleOe, xi were: master, Tom Eklers; sr. wardea, Gee. Masterson; jr. warden, Marian g; treamer, James Will- iams; secretary, Ben Morgan; sr. deacon, James Tay'lr; jr. deacon, Leon Clpmn; st. steward, Carl Grub; jr. stew- aad, David Grimm; tyler, Jack well; chlhin, dntrd Temen, and mortal, Milton Till. HUTTON CHILDREN HAVE TRUE SPIRIT The 4-H Sheep club of Hut- ton Settlement, a home far c,b2tktren from broken homes, trfly have the spirit of Christ- nms. They seat a letter and $10 to Ikend Villag to be ued for (3histmas .gif for tlos e Who nd them most. 2/ose at I.akelartd are deeply grateful for the gift and this tbou,ght of the ungelfish bey. "In searchi. ,g for a pl, aee that our ,gifts could be used most grd zeived best, we felt th the more importunate would be te mvst worthy of it." FAUSER-GRUB RITES HELD DECEMBER 23 Miss Marsha Mm-ie Fauser ctattgter of Mr. nd Mrs. Carl Fauser, tOmCe 1, 1Vmdieal Lake arid William F. Grub, son of the te Mr. and Mrs. Carl C,b, Sr., wexe married on the eve of Dee. 23 at Emmuel Lumzan church i.n . Roy. Pp FMk otficted at the 4oube ring cerenmay. Music was fu ,by Kaolin md Mrs. Naf. The church was decorated wi baskets of poettias al bou- of red 00rate ti0S. bride wore a bo gain asldoned of el#ImtiKy  wh a portat m00nWd amt a tra. She wore a gertp  and cm-ried n ad white canatn ba[uet: Miss Smn Tys0, Gatt, bkld ware match, img green brocade taffeta dres- sos ml carried lmuquets surred by white . Craig Grub w,se  brl er's ,best man and serving as usher were also bamrs, Stove ad Carl Grub. Steve Ladt wa the candle lighter. A reception followed in the chtrh parlor with cffee served by Winaifed Haes cake by Amelia Broeckel and Doily Landt, punch by Patty Bax)eckel. At the gift table ws Nlne N,illes,  sister, and Shll By Katherine Holloway Lardt with Alice Holier serv- at the. guest book. The young couple are mak- ing their home at Espaola. He will continue his studies at the Oheney coIlege where .he is a jurRar. NEW YEAR'S SERVICE The Medical Lake Commun- ity ehur0h wl hold New Yaas eve services at 8 p. m., with everyone invited. Twilight circle met Dee. 20 with 18 presertt. Mrs. Cok was in carge. REBEKAH LODGE HAS INSTALLATION IAloam Rebekah odge No. 93 will hold public hnstalla- tlion ,on Jan. 3 in their hall. The Rebekah social club will meet at the home of Etlen Brown on Jan. 7 at 7:30 whe the election will be hel,d. All mem- bers are u'rged to attend. PSYCHOLOGISTS TEST CHILDREN Two psychologists of East- ern Washington State College, Cheney, kate begun an ex- amittation of the "Relative Df- fectiveness of Various Rein- forcement SChedules Upon the Learning of Two Classes of Mentally Retarded" wi,h the oooperation of Lakelartd s Psy- chology Department. loger Harmon and Marion Cupp are the two psycholo- gists involved in the project. They will be using 60 mildly and moderately retarded boys, vangig in age from 14 to 18 years, and study the manner i,n hich they learn The *boys will operate a match-to-sample machine with tokens s a reward for rreet anmvers. The tokens may then be exeh,an, ged for toys. With this. ,amd other peri. meats, they hope to learn many things about the way in w/rich the retarded may he better taught. PERSONALS Com. Judy Wilson, Rot. UN, of San Diego spent the lmlidays with her sister, Mrs. Rarbava Bacon arid fmmily. On Christmas eve they visited with the Dee bleman a. ' also Myrtle Ableraan of er. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Able- man of TyLer were Chvistrn,as 4ay dmer guests. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner ere holiday dinner guests of Mary Snead in Cheney. Callers at the home of Mrs. Margaret Ketchner on Wednes- Iday were Mrs. Maude Ketch. nor ad her sister of Poland. Om Yiday Mrs. Ketclmer went to Spokane to spend the holi- days with Mrs. Paul Miller. Mr. and Mrs. &)ha Hen,ing and Mr. ttd Mrs. Robert Hol- ten f Colfax sepnt Christmas eve with Mrs. Jolm Handy t Post Falls. On Sunday they at- tended the Ice Oapades. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Bil- lugs and boys dve to Kerme 'wick on Sunday to spend the 'htiays with Mr. and Mrs. LarmAe O'Nel. Mr. and Mrs. C_hark Cole had as their holiday guests Steph- en and Daid Probsfeld of Se- A family dirmer was held at the Arlie Barter home with guests beirtg Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fuso atd Lyle D., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grub and Dale lr. ad Mrs. Rick Cornmes- ser, Mr. arid Mrs. Merle Wyer ad Mr. and Mrs. John Syprej- da and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Atkins is as their droner guests on Ohristmas day Mrs. J. D. Wal- ker and Mr, an Mrs. Stiles. The George Stilker. mil.y le Thursday evemtg to spend the weekend at Daven- port and Harrinn. On Sun- day they visited Mr. and Mrs. tt0hert Rosman at Wilbur. The hell, day corng,y at the lastersons all came faith Polrd this year. They were Mr. and Mrs. Grog Mas- terson and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Hiller and girls and Jack Hiller. Mrs. S. C. MeCree of Ever- ett isis spendir some time with the Saek MeC-ee family. Mr. and Mrs. Rol'and Wel- born of,Butte spent (istmas day With he Aaron Welorns azcl on Sunday they were the guests of the Sbaa Wel- beams. Mrs. Rbert Lewis of Seatl aso spent a week at the Wbarns. Crtstmas dirmer guests nt the ALton Tokek.hme were Mrs. lorma Secovd, Mr. and bls. Jhn Seeard and san, Mrs. Gary Tooke and son and the Cogswks f Vhite Salarm. My. and Mrs. Kemaeth SWan- on and family of Lyle, Wash., ,eve  the Em'l Sansans for the ,hal/days. _r. nd Mrs. Alvin Janssen nd family of Okaogan spe the (Ynrimas Imlidays with fhe Claude Be atfies. On Cha%-t. n dy they were all dinner guests of the Herb Gisselberg family  Spokane. John Bail of Seattle was a holiday visitor at the John Ball home. Mr. arid Mrs. Bud Ah, I)orma and Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Perry &hlf and dau'gher were Christmas eve visitors at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Ab Grifith. On Christmas they were ddinner guests of Mr. and Ms. Baird Merriman in Spo- harm. Spertding the holiday with the Ed Mahons were Mr. arid Mrs. David Henry mad family o Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mahon and fmlly also visited one evemng. 1r. and Mrs. Joe Sc:hdl o Tyler visited on Wednesday evening with the John Ham amily. Christmas eve visitors were Mr. ,and Mrs. Arthur Lammert of Cheney and Car- once Scott and Bobby Plotts. Mr. and Mrs. Neff Parks and family .of Enterprise, Ore., were holiday visitors ,at the Pillard home. Joining them for the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tuttle and Gary and Mr. ad Mrs. Joke Klie, John and Gerry. Coming from Sprirgfleld, Ore., for the week with the Was Huff family are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Me'la,u and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs Verle Cam- pine and family o Pateros also visited. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ma3,rse arid family spent hrlstms day with Mrs. Pauline Bery at Chewelah, Weekerd visitors at the Sial Jolmson ,home were Mr. anti Mrs. Ralph Ctafflin and family aad Mr. and Mrs. Bud Revilie, all ,of Hood River, Ore. The Irvin lmloffs had taeir Christmas nner with the. lobert Lintous. O,her guests were Susie Leach and Agnes v,an Lepoti. Mr. arid Mrs. Ted Svertson rettrned this week after spendin several weeks ha Pertrd with Mrs. Waneittsa WidJms. On Monday Mrs. Sveaman wa taken ill a.d rushed to the Holy Family os- pital. Mr. ad Mrs. Larsoia heldM open house for relatives an, Christmas day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Cerigare of Celville, the Ray Andeons, Claren'ce Riders and the James S. Johnson families of Spo- kane. Susan Sabin, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. c. W. Harmon, ar- rived on Dec. 17 fom Enini- tas, Calff, w:here she attends Palomar Jr. College; to spend the Cistmas holidays. Lloyd Fischer of Tacoma also spent some time here and the young couple visited in Tacoma wih Mr. ,and Mrs. Sam Mgan. ,Mr. Bushnell spent the weekertd in the Deacormss ,hos- pital. He came ttom:e en Mon- day. Having the holiday dinner with the Let HilLbricks were Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hfllbriek and son and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Belils and children. Jin HJll. rlek was home from Wednes- day until Friday but had to return to ;Seattle Pacific Cvl- Espanola News By Katherine Holloway GEORGE MESERVES HAVE YULE GUESTS The George Meserves lad as a .holiday guest Clif'ford Peters .of Bridget, Mont. The Univer- Mty f Washington student is here for a few day,s of skiing ard visiting. Also visiting the Meserves .from Seattle are Mr. aad Mrs. lay Doctor and family. They all had Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Meserve in Spokane vaey. CALIFORNIA GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mrtu- son enjoyed a holiday visit of Heldi Schmitt, their grand- daughter from San Francisco. She is in the area visiting rel,a, tires and friends and ts enjoy- in,g the skiing. SWANSON GIVE BUFFET DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Swan- i son, Gary :and Erie Swanson entertained on Citmas eve with a buffet supper for Mr. and Mrs. Merle Weipert, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kintschi, Mr. and Mrs. Norm Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Swans, an, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hudkins, Mickey Swanson, Sh, arron Grant and Nancy F2eming. The Stanley Swartons spen Christmas day with the Loren Van Lehe fam- ily. Eric Swanson had the her iday ,dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Gone Renbold at Davenport., Sunday dirmer guests at the SwansonS were Mr. and Mrs. Vein Pietz ,of Spokane. Jim Iludkins of Reardan is spend- ing a few days with Gary Swanson. ANNUAL REUNION OF WILLMS FAMILY Mr and Mrs A1 Willms were among the relatives who every year get together with the ha'others and sisters in the Withrm family. This year they met ,at the H. N. W home near C:heney on Sunday. Chrisnas d J0iner guests of the Aft WiI'Imses were AnrRe and CharRe Plucker, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kirk and family, Mrs. Arma Hennhag of Wako, Mr. and Mrs. Cecl oh ,nso and Randy rf OthelLo and Mr. and Mrs. Mrvin Wil.tms and faro fly. The Gary Webleys and their daughters were Cawistznas day dirmer guests of Mr. ad Mrs. Jack Stiewalt at Soap Lake. Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Strieff and family of C.heney. Kathe'rine I-I, olloway and girls spent the weekend at the Jim Hepon home ,at Tyler and also visited with the Elmer Harrises. The Howard Wilhams family entertained with a hristmas dinner at their home on Sun- day with guests being hey. and Mrs. Howard Lehn and Jennifer of Oakesdale, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lehn, Dianne and ,oel and Berent Lehn of Fair- fiell. Sperding Christmas eve with the Richard Mankes were the Ick 5Ianke family of Pas- co and the C. M. Muflens of Stokane. On Chr'mtmas day they all were at the Mullert Miss Shearer is home on vaca- tion fom the University of Wa'," on. Mr, arid Mrs. Irvin LmoCf and Hazel Frick spent Sunday ,at tile ,home of Mrs. Clara Da-i lege to play ball. iv is of Chancy It vas an early Mss Billie Jean Malone is Christma "" ' .......... s dmrter for relaive home ,I.rom Detroit for txe nor from S a , ....  i ............ ] p ngte, Chen 'a,,,u L- .uys warn rs. A'n'ra ivxaton]mon t and Mary Ellen. They were all I s Art Wise ,f M,, n. ,guests n. wlnsnaslLak e entertained with a birth- wm me ueorge 'a'aners. I day artv Thursda- eveni- My. and Mws. Dan Brown of [ in honor of the birthday of her Teoka 'are the parents of a son-in4aw, Ted Nelson. 0- ors leser were Mrs. Nelson, lr and lts. G0e@on Hodgson and chiklren, Mrs. larian Hanson and girls, Renzel Me- and Amanda Albert IVirs. Harry Wilkes spent last weekend in Wlla WMia with ,lmme for dinner. On, Sunday evening the Mankes were din- ner guests at the Robert Lee borne near Medical Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thiemens of Moses Lake and their fam. ily spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Rein;hard Thei- marts. Jack Peafftallurick spent the past week visiting at the Ern- est Morarty home. On Thurs- day evening he and Mickey Marirty and children were supper guests of the Johrsn a,nd Holloways. Tlm Moartys had their Christmas dinner with the Lee Penhalluwick famy in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Penhalluick were also there. The Lloyd Knapps entertain- ed wih Chrkstmas dinner for Mr. mad Mrs. C. E. Grme off Newport, Mr. and Mrs. Grocer Carmen ,of Davenport and Min- ntie and Dave Peterson. Eve- ning visitors were the John arid Gerry Labish families. Speding Christmas day with the Oscar Reitmeiers were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Greenwood, who left for a week o visiting with the Darrell Greemvvods at Paste, aaa,d Gerry Reitmeier, who was Mso at home f, or a few days, from his w,rk in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Veto Lehe and girls spent Christmas iaal Spokane with Mrs. Dan De Cherme. On Christmas day they were dinner guests at the ;Dutch DeChenne home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Selfridge and 4auffhters of Warden were guests at the Frank Selfridge home from Thursday through hristmas day when they and the Serid, ges went to the Merv Kessinger home in Spo- kane for dinner. The Sefidg- es later in the day visited with the Lee Pemhallurick family. The Gordon Hodgsoats had s their h,oiday dinnler guests tbe Al Rose,nan and Paul Sath- -er families. On Sunday the Hodgsons visited with the Tiazl Hodgsons, Wilbur Hodffson, Mrs. Doris H/ogsan and the AIdon Thayers at the E. C. H, odgson ,home in Veradale. On Sunday evening the Hodffons visited with the Roy Kinzels. Lyle and Toby Mayfield loft ,on Sunday for a few days visit with Ed Cambridge at Chelm, lis. The Oscar M.tmsers a'ad Ma- bel Sheaf spent mas eve wih the Herb K ukuks ad the group spent Christmas day with Mbetl Sheaf at her home. Mr. arid IVs. Larry DaMesan al, so joined them. On Sunday the Mussers attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Bob Reicherts 'm Sp kane. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kra- mar .spen Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Harmon in Spolane. The Bill McGourins at.tend- ed a dinner in Spokane honor- ing Mr. and Mrs. Tim McGour- in of Arlington, W. Va. He is with the Soil Cn.ervation in Washington, D. C. They also attended their farewell trtY on Su,nday evening. Christmas day dinner guests of the Bill McGourins John Brewer, Amanda Alberts and Renzi] McLain and George Man of Spokane. On Sunday evening the McGourins vsited the Emil Konrads. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pehrso and daugbte-s visited and ad ChaSsmas dinner on Sunday with Dr. a,nd Mrs. Conrad Cox m Chancy. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wybor- nay and son are here for the holidays visiting win the Eugene Wyborneys and the Waynle Moores of Co'ax, be- {ore returning to their .home in Great Falls an 1Wonday. The Wyborneys had their C-aSst- mas at the ranch. Joe retrained home from Kent far a visit with his family. Spending Christmas with the Cogswes weze the War- ren .(Jogswell family of White SalLmon. The Jack Cogswelis had dinner with the Jim Cgs- well family in Spokane on daughter, Debra Lynn, born Dec. 7. They arid the other children, Neff and D0ama, were up for the weekend at the Fran Lewellyna. Bob Lewellyn as .also ame ,rom Everett for a few days. They were ,all: guests on Christmas at the home of the Al Svensons. Also esen were Agnes eyer and the Riohard Hutohinsons. Phil Grub, wtm is on the fac- ul of Gearge WaShington Umversity tat Washington, D. C., returned by plane on Mo day after sporting the holi- days with :his brothes and families and his aunt, Mrs. Ellery. Down Memory Lane Medical Lake- 1955 Elaine Irwia was installed hormred queen of ,bethel 26 of Job's Daughters at a IroNic cemony on Sunday agter- neon. Marlerm LleweUyn was irtstled as senior princess; Audrey StapLes, junior 1vin- ca; Lyala Fuller, gtde; Jo Mead, marshal; Kay HeR, re- ocher; Laura McC treas- urer; Sharon Walker, msi- ci, n; Permy Kukuk, lbrarian. Mrs. Myron Jenen of Rich- is vacationing at the hne af her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jerert. Mss Shirley Shearer was a dinrmr guest 'at the lan Llew- ellyn home Mrda.y evening. lherc .mother, Mrs. Hmwietta Christmas day. They were all Neimarm, who :has been ill. at the ,lack  home o . --- I Sunday for an,other dirmer Medical Lake  1945 ]..anice Cogswell had a waffle Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fine j ne far Sandy Van I)orn, i iave moved the hou,se near [ ShirILr Hedgson and Gretch- [ the dairy barns, formerly oe- [ en Graham on Thursday eve- l eupied by Mr. and Ma's. Pred[nhag before Jack Cogswell [ Gil,hreth: [took them to the Cllseum for I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Albers of I the ,basketball games. Seattle are spending the ,helt-] r,. and, Mrs. Nell Parks nd days at the ,home of Mr. and[S of Enterprise, Orb., who bls. Arlie Bartelt and Mr. and fore spending the holidays M.H. ALbers of Spokane. 'here, visited with the Norm Mr and Mrs. Louie A.beman and Barbara arid Arlene of Klamath alls, Ore., ae spend- i'ng  holidays at the Ab Griffith heane. The 0ES social dub enjoyed a gift exchange  the home off . Harry Wilkes Dec. 21. They preyared baskets and gifts for their service me who are in hospitals and l,so for the needy in Medical Lake. Present were Mesdames Pep- per, Fishback, Tesch, E. Wilk. es, AhL{, BroWn, Fuller, Hus. sey, Hill, Rice rmd Gruber. Mr. arid Mrs. George Janet ad Emma Jean of Davengort were Fl'iday guests at the Pete Janet lmme. Howard and George Janet of Reardan were Saturday guests. Graham family on Surtday. ]-Iaving as dinner with the Fred Jolmsar were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kukn and family, Dan, Hardenbrek off Cheney and Marilyn Heaming. In the nfternotm Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perry of Col.%lle were visitors of Mrs. Grace Peary. Aso vstin arn Spokane were the Itah Brodevicks and the John Brodercks. Gerry LaNshes joined relatives on Clm .stas eve for a dnev at the John Labish lmme. Aso presen were the Harvey Rupps of Astoria and the Walter Rupps of Cheney. On Christmas day they were dinner guests of the Tom Lab- ishes ,at Cheney where they joined the Joe Labishes, the East Cheney By Anna Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Vrgil Piersol, Sharon, Janet ,aad Dick and Mrs. Sue Piersol ,o,f Span,file, Mrs. Anna Phillips were Sun- day evening dinner guests at the Chester Phillips h, ome, the .occasion being John Phillips' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. George Soup arm Hetty Evars attended a Christmas dinner at the hme of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartvrd of Four Lakes. There were 21 present. Hetty Evans and Nit. and Mrs. E. H. McLean of Paste remaLned a the. Stroup ed at brunch for Mrs. Art Han- enburg Tuesday. Mrs. abel Wayne had Cha', istmas dinner with her so Fred Wayne ,and family in te evening Mrs. Wayne visited a friend, Mrs. Hazel Forgione, who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. David Smith and daughter Trudy visited Mrs. Flora Smith Monday. Mrs. Hazel Hill and Mrs Ruth Klingle spent wilh relatives in Ore,gn. Mrs. Maxine Ols,on, Michelle, Karen and Jim attd Mrs. Leona Widrer had Chi-istmas dinne in Spokane and atteaded the Fox to see "That Darn Cat." Mrs. Claudia Ste1hens aM home over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams : ,Mr. arid Mrs. J(hn M. Bbb 'had (Jh, ristmas dinner with lr. arid David enterta'med Mr. 'and i and Mrs. Omer Wiiams. Mrs. Emery Babb and Mr. and l Happy New Year! Mrs. Chester Phillips spent one I evenirg last week with Mr. arid Mrs. Vern Hewrington and Christmas weekend guexts of the arringtons were Mr. and Mrs. John Myrick ad family, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Myield amd family of Spokane 'and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Harringon and family of Larson AFB. Christmas dirmer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lahish and family were Mr. and Mrs. Jo,hn LabiSh nd family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Labish and Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nulph and family of Post Fall, s, Mrs. Anna Labish of Mt. Hood, Mrs. E. V. Steward of Coeur d'Alene, Mr. ad Mrs. Bill Goodwin and family, Mr. and Mrs. oe Lab- ish and Jimmie and Jennifer. Mr. and Mrs. Harold McDoaa- ad and family of Seattle joined the party later and the McDonalds remained over night with the Tom Lahish family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Balazs o,f Spokane eaatertained with Christmas din,nor for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton, their daughter Mrs. Bob Ham,'on land family and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Balazs, Jr., and i famAly and Mr. and Mrs. David laiazs, of Ventura, Calif. Janet Retter, a friend of Mrs. Helen Boots, spent one day last week with the Garnett Boots family. Mr. and Mrs. John Babb and David and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bruce nd Shan- rmn were Christmas eve din- ner guests of My. and Mrs. Garnett B oo'os. Johnny mad M,ary, Mr. and Mrs. Fgrnery Bsbb were Sunday night sup- per gues,ts of the Boots family. Mr. and Ma-s. Chester PIR1- lps nd Jm ware Ohristmas eve dmner guests of Mrs. Anna Phillips arid Mr. azl M. Clar- ence Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Davis were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Bud- drhts, Duane and Michael of Almira and found the oadsi very icy. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phil- ad Jh,n entertained at i Christm, as ,dininer for Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kile, Shi.rey, J,ck and Connie of Torntn at Christmas dinner for Mr. amd Mrs. Garnett Boots, John- ny and lary and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Lyle Bruce and Shanon. AIRMAN PROMOTED TO TECH. SERGEANT James W. Stinnett, son Mr. arid Mrs. Claude M. nett of Rt. 2, DeQueen, Ak has been primo,ted to tec cal sergeant in the U. S. Air Force. Sergeant Stirtrtett is a Mrcraft maJnenance sule or at McChord AFB, Wash. HIS wife, Beverly, is tl dauhte,r of Delmar McCon f Che,ney. to all our wonderful friends WAGON WHEEL RON MALONE :i Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner Mr. and Mrs. Leo Christen- sen entered Mr. arrd Mrs. 0rvile layfield, Pat and Toby for Chi%tmas dinner. Ran Ferguson and Jan MaylieM vited the Chrlstensens later in the day. Lyle I-Iolgson anti Tby Mayfield are visiting a former school ehu,m, Ed C'ambdwe and his family for a week at Chhalis. Fred Dawe came home from the /mspital Sunday. He had had a bad cold. His son Farrest Dawe is ,doing the chores for Ms parents. Mr. and Mrs. William May- field entertained at a Christ- ma, s dinner for their daughter, Mrs. Roger Krause of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Juus Stragier had the following guests f Chstmas dirmer: their son- in-law and datghter Mr. and Mrs. Gone Iacldurst and daughter of Bomaers Ferry, son A}bert Stragier and family ad sister-in-hw Mrs. Irma Stragier. Trcy Moore of Spokane v ited .h urmle and aunt Mr. avid Mrs. O. T. Mayfield far two day this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Porter have had their son-in-law and daughter Mr. arm Mrs. Harry Clark of Alameda, Calif., visit- tag them for three weeks. The Clarks let by plane for home Tuesday. &s. Hattie Littlefie/d's caLl- ers last Sunday were her niece and h, usbard 1st lt./and Mrs. Gone Makey arm chiIdren frovn California. Mrs. aharles Haffele emer- tained .her son William from Seattle and son4n4aw and daulter Mr. and Mrs. Wiln Cuningham and children for Christrs dinner. Mrs. Flora Smith entertain I Don NuLph of Post als, the Bill Ooodwias, Mrs. Anna Lab- ih ,of Mount Hope and Mrs:. E. V. Stewart of Coeur d'- Alone. It is our hope that bring you and your b,st of everything. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE Thank you for your good w;ll and friendsh;p. RALPHS' DRUGS