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Page 2 00H00ffNEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT CHENEY, WASH., CENTER OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 360 Entered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Matter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued everyNATIONAL EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. A C T I N Cheney Free Press Friday, January 5, 000000lHodg e PodUe --by Ruth HOUSE WANTED Spokane County Subscriptions ............................ $4.00 per year All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $4.50 per year G. T. FROST ................................ PUBLISHER Take Your Pick A flurry of last-minute activity last Fri- day finally resulted in a fair-sized field of candidates for City Council positions. We hope the voters of Cheney will take advan- tage of that fact by turning out in large numbers for both the primary election Feb- ruary 13 and the general election March 13. An added incentive for voting in the pri- mary will be the decision on a special levy and bond issue for the Cheney School Dis- trict, with most of the money which would be derived to go for a new high school• Though one of the City Council positions, that of councilman-at-large for a two year term, is uncontested, voters will choose be- tween two candidates for two of the posi- tions, and will have their choice of three candidates for one post. Ideally, we'd like to see at least three candidates for every council position. The more candidates we have, the more likely the voter is to want to make a choice. This not only results in a large voter turn- out, but it makes the citizen take more inter- est in his government---certainly a healthy sign. • Spangle News • By Virginia M. Strock LODGE TO INSTALL Primrose Rebekah Lodge will hold joint installation with Trillium Lodge, Waverly, Jan- uary 10 in the Spangle Lodge Hall. An installing team from other lodges of the district will conduct the ceremony. Elective officers being seat- ed are: noble grand, Virginia Struck; vice grand, Joanne Green; secretary, Lorna Schie- che; financial secretary, Mar- tha Nielsen; recording secre- tary, Betty Baird, and trustee, Emma Schaeffer. 4-H CLUB HOLDS PARTY Spangle Hoe and Grow 4-H Club held its Christmas party December 26. Nearly all of the . members attended. The regu- Tar meeting was conducted followed by entertainment, games and gifts. Piano solos were presented by Becky Flaig, Marilyn Sievers and Jane Raugust. Accordion selec- tions were given by Kirk Kel- ley, Joe Sievers and Dick Krauel. Allen and Beverly Reil- ly sang a duet, accompanied by Mrs. Sievers. css, is now recovering at the caused by a coronary embo- lism. Final service plans had not been completed at this writing• The group which meets at the Christian church each Sun- day evening for Bible study held New Year's Eve watch, following the study hour and refreshments of the potluck dessert style• The evening con- cluded with the ringing of the church bell to welcome the new year in. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schie- che entertained family mem- bers at New Year's Eve dinner following the parents' anniver- sary open house. Those atmnu- ing were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schieche, Mrs. Jamie Hopper and Myrna, Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Krag Kragness, Kenny and Nan, Seattle, Mrs. Don War- wick, Rusty and Karen Jo, Har- rington, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schieche, Jerry, John, Gayle and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Smith and Doug, Spangle, and Mr• and Mrs. Bert Smith, Che- hey. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and the Kragness family had spent the weekend at the Schieche home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hengen, Ed Wittwer, Bud Green, the Ted Potters and Loren Girsbergers Mrs. Bertha Hall has return- have been spending the hull- ed home after spending sever- days at their homes. Keith al weeks at the home of Mr. Girsberger of Portland also vis- and Mrs. Bob Hall, Great Falls, I ited his parents at Christmas• Mont. Denny Hall joined her/ Service Club members held for the holidays, and will re-]their annual New Year's Eve turn to his studies at WSUIparty at the Service Club Sun- when classes convene Jan- day evening• ohda uary 8. J The Rebekah Lodge h " Y Mr. and Mrs. Run Green and party was held December 27, children and Mr. and Mrs. wish a good crowd in attend- ";erle Helmer and Roy Mill tanee. Following a potluck sup- were Sunday guests of Mr• and per, a short program of songs, Mrs. Jack Rigsby and Kathryn, poems and musical numbers by the children of members An architect could go crazy designing a house for us. It NEIL PARSE ........................................ EDITOR Lsn't that we don't know what we want. We do--all four of Last time we voted for councilmen, there us--and no two agree on the were but five candidates for the four open- rank of importance of rooms lngs. This time there are eight candidates, in our would-be house. • Father wants a bathroom• Take advantage of this wider choice and Some days, a bathroom each make your opinion count.--NP with a spare for company would be just right. At other times, just one big one to hold Walker Speaks everything from toothpicks to bongo drums and a rubber tree in the shower and still A few weeks ago we received a letter from have room to shave would be a subscriber who questioned our views on adequate. ultraconservatives. One of this reader's sug- Eghteen almost nineteen gestions was that we print some of the utter- doesn't care what the house is ances of General Edwin A. Walker, who re- like just so there's a spacious heated garage equippea wln signed recently from the Army after he was hoists and things. relieved from his German command for Sis wants a year-round allegedly trying to force his extreme ideas Christmas tree and a bedroom on his men. where the door can be left open without presenting an Since we always try to please as many unmade bed to ringers of the readers as possible, we'll repeat a recent doorbell. statement of General (or should we say Mr.) )eedy, the dachsund, Walker in a speech at Jackson, Miss. (where appreciate a private he probably had a sympathetic audience). Mr. ntrance and a heat register Walker in that speech informed the world all own. that the late Dag Hammarskjold, secretary- wants vacuum cleaner general of the United Nations until he was baseboards that whoosh away killed in a plane crash last year, was a Red. md sort the fluff . . . walls and Need we say more about Mr. Walker?NP that can be hosed down storage wall with roll- ed the family group for Sun- way bins, drawers, shelves day dinner. They all went and hangers, and roll-out beds bgwling Sunday afternoon, and tables . . • a utility room for washing, dripping, drying, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fran ironing, sewing and writing and Daayl and Mr. L. H. Cur- hodgepodge. ley of Spokane visited Mr. and At meal preparation time, M'rs. C. E. Corley at Elk Wed- she wishes for a pantry with a nesday. Thursday evening sup- perpetual inventory of prac- per guests of the Franzes were tically everything so, when Andy Pence, Mrs. Gladys Pal- '.he decides on a menu, there mer and Homer Pence. Satur- m't be a single item missing day afternoon visitors were rom the recipe she chooses. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore and She'd like to be the star in a sons, Hazen and Allison, of penthouse theater type kitch- Fairchild Air Base. Mr• and en where the audience can Mrs. Franz also called at the oversee and share the day's home of Mr. and Mrs. Louie news without creating a traf- Franz Saturday. fic hazard between the sink Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mowatt of and the stove. Spokane were weekend house She does not want a multi- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto purpose room---she has a Schmitt. house full now. She'd like just Mrs. Myrtle Longbottom, one room that doesn't double Capt. Vera Longbottom, Miss as a freeway. • • an old-fash- Juice Hazelbaker of Spokane toned parlor for gracious en- m'd Mr. and Mrs. Max Edward tertaining, intellectual conver- nd children, Karen and Mon- sation, hi-fi listening or soil- tie, of Lamont were Sunday tude away from the bsiness guests of Mr. and Mrs. John part of the house. Showalter. A rock and woodworking Mr. and Mrs. Louie Falk vis- in the basement. A top ited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tiedt with a transparent roll- Sunday afternoon. Guests of way roof like the Pittsburgh Mr. and Mrs. Tiedt for a New coliseum • • • for sun-bathing Year's Eve party were Mr. and . for wfitching the evening Mrs. McMillan, Mr. and Mrs. pinkage as it moves around the Walter Rupp, Mr. and Mrs. sky from west to east: . . for Milo Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Walter tracing rain drops and coum- Hubbell and Mr. and Mrs. ing shooting stars... Louie Rietz. Monday dinner On a spacious lot with squir- guests at the Tiedt home were rels in the pine trees and John Fees of Washougal and watercress in the creek. A nat- his daughter, Mrs. Gladys Hyer uralized flower garden and no of Spokane. lawn to mow. That's all! Mrs. Francis Gibson and children went to Pullman to visit her sister over the week- end. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hep- ler were also away during va- cation to visit their parents• The Gibson and Hepler famil- ies live in the Tiedt duplex. Yours, Ruth People @ WHO MADE WASHIHGTOH Spokane. Mrs. Claire Choate is con- valescing at Deaconess Hospi- tal after major surgery per- formed last week. Mrs. Cecelia Burns, who suf- fered a broken,hip and wrist bones before Chrmtams, and underwent surgery at Deacon- Good Samaritan Home in Fair- field• She is able to sit in a wheel chair for a time each day, and would enjoy seeing and hearing from nds. Word was received Tuesday of the death of M. F. Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Montague, was enjoyed, after which the Betty Rubier, Mr. and HISTORY regular Rebekah and Odd Fel- Mrs• Murph Weidrich, Mrs• From about 1858 to 1899, low lodge meetings were held. Bob Anderson and children, Chief Moses was one of the Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dickerson most prominent and influen- and Frank Mayo were dinner tial Indian leaders in the Pa- • Lance Hill Newse guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil cific Northwest east of the Cas- Anderson New Year's Day. cade Mountains. He was from By Luetla Dow Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dis- a family of famous chiefs. Weekend house guests of ney of Wilbur were Sunday As a young brave during the Mr. and Mrs. Showalter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Indian wars of the 1850s, Mos- Mr. and Mrs. John Smoles and Strieff. The children of Mr. es was actively engaged in daughter Shan from Ula Vista, and Mrs. Ray Strieff visited fighting the white man. He was Calif., Mrs. Luolla Miller of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Strieff Sat- Orofino, Ida., Mr. and Mrs. urday night while their parents described at this time as a handsome man, tall and Cecil Box of St. Maries, Ida. attended the dance, straight• He always had a father of Mrs. Norton Jen- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Box spent Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franz leather belt around his waist, nings. He had been in poor Saturday evening at the Sho- and Daryl visited Mr. and Mrs. in which he carried a long health for several years and walter home. The Showalters J. O. Scroggie Thursday. at the time of his passing was and all their house guests at- G,lests of the Scroggies on knife and pistol holsters, the a resident of the Cheney tended the Tyler dance. Mr. New Years Day were Mr. and ivory pistol knob in plain sight. Nursing Home. Death was and Mrs. Fred McKinley join- Mrs. Jim Swanda and Marcia. At the end of 1858 when the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goodwin, tribes of this region were D,ve and Annie, were Satur- SOME NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS day evening supper guests of crushed and scattered by the By Anne Allen Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dow. An- U. S. Regulars and Territorial Volunteers Forces, Chief Moses The modern American woman has been told some things to do, nie Goodwin was a house proved himself an able chief- So while I'm starting out here I will mention just a few. guest of Janice Dow Friday tain. Although his people were She first should stop her worryingand then not overeat, night. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dow landless and homeless by Nor should she be afraid of fear or ever slump on any seat. were guests of her sister and :he U. S• Government all Then she's told to have a hobby and a nice coat she might knit, husband, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin :hrough the 1860s and 1870s, Or sew a dress of finest silk being sure that it will fit• Schroeder, New Year's Eve• Moses, through patience and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Scroggie was able to get The school's late dental programis it all that it might be for his ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. This was called "Chief Or to learn to cook the French way in this great land of the were house guests of her sis- reserve free. Frank Rehn, New Year's Day. s Reservation" and was Let her start a lost and found department on a corner near, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McKay situated on the west side of the And on ways to raise a child's IQa lot of these she'd hear. had dinner with her Columbia and Okanogan Riv- Or change her sideswept hair-do to a style no one has had, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Though it might not look becoming and would drive her almost Monday. Francis Marion Streamer, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dow er newspaperman in the mad. and Teresa visited her grand- Midwest, veteran of the Civil But when making resolutions what advice is one to take Mr. and Mrs. A. L. One that says, "Control your temper," or "Blow steam for Milner, at a Spokane nursing War, and finally scout for Gen. O. O. Howard during the Nez goodness sake?" home Monday morning• They Perce War, proved a friend And when thinking of a diet--one that says, "Reducing plan"-- had dinner with her family and spokesman for Chief Mos- On another page you see an ad--"Bake luscious cakes in this at Deer Park. The family re- ceived word Monday afternoon es during his negotiations with the Federal Government• bright pan." Yes, there are the dos and don'ts in every walk of life we find of the death of Mrs. Mitner. Streamer's papers, journals, But always know the one that we should use or leave behind-- She was 85 years old. etc., have recently come to the Washington State Historical Is a horse of one bright color or a different one sometimes, Society and provide a wealth SEATTLE-FIRST NATIONAL BANK So one has to think real hard as up the road of life he climbs• Yet if we have made mistakes in this past year that we have had, Let us try again this new year for a record not so bad. As we turn a fresh leaf over may our prayers be heard above• the One who to save us and protect us in His love. of material on both Chief Mos-I es and Francis Streamer. [ Moses and his people spent l some seven years of relative l happiness o,n_"Chief .Moses[ Reservation. However, m May TL:_... v .... A.,^ land seven arrests in the city. nifty -.= m-i,,, I Milt Kelsey, with his brand From the Free Press /new double reed mouth harp, January 8, 1932 was a big hit Monday at the ............. retired!Men's Club dinner at the The t;lty oz bnu,cy • • r h $16,000 in bonds, mostly for lChrmhan Chu c . Tyler has two ladies who water improvements, during/ 1931• Tuesday evening the I • 1' . ____,c . v .... A-,-- Peterson and Mrs. William council approved the fma I Tw00.,v d:* u [Keith. t $1000 payment on the city air-/ port to B. F. Colyar, former / ....... Bress I Mrs. Harry Childers' car was/ owner. / 00r00a00uary 0070019r42 1hit by a truck and trailer out- Marshal F. W Reuter re-i pi,es frozen" in Tuesday/fit as she made the turn off ports that during 1931 there I nigh['s cold snap resulted .in/hehighwYc:nthe::d:hrad a boiler explosion and consm-/" :':" " "- . • • were six accidents, five fires erable damage Wednesday/hPou°Ut s:apea r Swean:UdsmaJr ' -- morning at the Crescent Laun-  . , ......... " dry. PrSprietor L. C. Lancaster mr. aria lvirs. uoert reter- -lt00 th kW Washington Bar Aimociatlon The Company Softball Team Ajax Fabricating Company sponsored a softball team in the city league. The company supplied all of the equipment for the team, and the players' uniforms bore the company name. Only employees of the com- pany were on the team. All league games were played after working hours• Pete Jones, a pipe fitter em- ployed by the company, in- jured his leg sliding into third base during a league softball game• He was off work for a month, so he filed a claim for workmen's compensation. Pete contended he was en- titled to workmen's compensa- tion because his playing on the softball team was a benefit to his employer, even though he was not at work at his usual employment• Do you think Pete is entitled to workmen's compensation as a result of his injury? Unfortunately he is not, the court held• Workmen's com- pensation can be paid only for injuries sustained in the course of employment. While Pete was participating in a ball game he was engaged in rec- reation activities outside the scope of his employment, even if it might be true that his playing ball was of some bene- fit to the company. (This column is written to inform, not advise. Facts may change the application of the law.) of 1886 this retreat was re- opened to white settlement and Moses and his band were moved to the Colville Reserva- tion, where they still remain• In 1899 at age 70 Chief Moses died at Nespelem, on the Col-I ville Reservation. By Mrs. Letha Plotts )ANCE SUCCESSFUL The Fireman's Dance Satur- day at the Tyler Grange Hall proved successful, netting them around $200. The boys expressed appreciation for the donations and cakes, pies, etc. nerve. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ham and family and Mrs. Ida Ham of Cheney also called on her Monday, as did Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Heyer and many others• Many Tylerites attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Billie Showalter at the City Hall in Cheney Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jack- son and sons drove to Spokane for New Year's dinner with his celebrated their birthdays on brother, Mr. and Mrs. Gene I Christmas day, Mrs. Gilbert !Jackson and family• LETTERS... TO THE EDITOR Dear Editor: If you have not yet made your New Year's resolutions, may I suggest one? Let's quit knocking the weather. was not in the building at the son attended the watchnight time. After nine years of opera- tion, Lee's Food Shop will be closed as soon as the stock can be sold. ,n - T.¢lip Paul of Che- blessings. Let us !ive each day i Elmer Presnell is displaying .... ,,,,o. ,. ....... I as it comes We might do some i an unusual Christmas present ." . '" . " " "!! given him by friends of the :rMgr°,ins:.n:nk l!iii:iVprmthinkw'ngharn%h enj community--a wooden leg to ner guest wa " ,, :eplace a leg which was ampu- Jr of Lamont Walter Disgruntled Reader i :ated last summer. Erickson I Police Chief H. B. Ashworth Mr. and Mrs. Don Shea spent I has been authorized to take the weekend with her uncle, and give receipts for any short- the Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Editor's note: We'll have wave radio transmitting or re- Griffith, in Wenatehee. admit Mr. Erlckson ceiving sets, or cameras, own- Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea visit- some good points in his letter ed by enemy aliens in this ed Sunday with a friend, M and we'll make every eft area. The property will be re- Daisey Taylor of Coeur h s" to abide by his suggestiq turned after the war, but .he. But if Spring, 1962, is emergency rules make it il- Mrs. Elmer Harris aceom-Spring, 1961 .... legal for such persons to have anied her sister, Dorothy Da- the equipment during war- vis, on an overnight trip to time. Seattle Friday. The Harrises t00k Your Best ere New eYar's dinner guests Ten Years Ago From the Free Press January 4, 1952 Martin C. Holter, long-time automobile dealer and one of the founders of Brown and Holter Motor Company, died Tuesday. Funeral services are! being held today in Pullman. I Dr. Roger W( Chapman of: Clarkston is the new principal of the campus elementary school• He replaces Dr. A. Madison Brewer, who has ac- cepted a similar position at the University of Nebraska• City Council candidates are, for four-year terms, Ted Stahl- born, Peter J. Smith, Sam Webb, A. B. Sumsion, George Fisher and Ernest Ruden, and for the two-year term, Nolan Brown and Carl Hair. Incum- bents Mark Ratcliffe and C. D. Martin did not file. Unopposed incumbents are Mayor Lloyd Holladay, City Attorney H. D. Walker and City Treasurer Ag. nes Bryceson. Running for city clerk are Helen Beall, incum- bent, and Margaret Lindahl. It PaYs to Advertise. After kicking around this elec service and candlelight corn-Inland Empire for over 40 atte • • ,s Jyears, I think I can safely say reunion serwce New Year Eve at the Community Church there have been winters worse • ' a than this one. Maybe we m Spokane. New Years D y they entertained her sister, Mr. I should sit back and count our l With Our Dry Cleaning See us for modern cleaning! We atisfaction . . yet our perior methods cost you one penny more. Leave Your Laundry with us for depend- ble service. City Dry C BE 5-4732 of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Heyer. Mrs. Gene Cassidy and son Billy of Spokane had New Year's dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis and Charles Mrs. Anna Mae Brandt of Medical Lake spent three days with her sister, Mrs. Johnnie Brown, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Ableman and children of Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ableman spent New Year s Eve enjoy- in a show in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Rezeau Plotts entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ken Conley for dinner Thursday. Fr.day, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mil- ler of Lamona were their din- ner guests, and Sunday even- ing the Albert Schultz family and Dean Stolp had dinner wth them. Saturday they went to Spokane for dinner with the Duttee family, and New Year's Day they went to the Ice Capades, with Wilma Plotts and Sue and Kay Ham as their guests• Mr. and Mrs. J. Manning Plotts and her mother, Mrs. Ella Smith of Chewelah, were supper guests Monday of his mother, Mrs. Plotts Sr. The Rezeau Plotts joined them lat- er. 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