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Pae 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, February 5, 1965 i r/&apos;hp CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. E utered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class MaSter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every N AT I O N A t E O ! T O R I A L Friday morning at Cheney, Washington.  [ [ AS CTIN Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year  mwl! All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER FREEMAN FROST ............................ EDITOR 1 claim an award in lieu of home- stead, worth up .to $10,000, from that part of your separ- ate property not willed to o,th- Wa ers. Wife Gets Most s;:nG:T ;OJCRation If you ovcr separate proper- ty ,arid leave rm will, and trave PROPERTY? (Second .of a Sees off Fiur Articles) What disposition, ff a], are you required by law to make of your soprrae property (everything you ,owned before marrrige or acquired during marriage by gift, or by will, or by inheritance) if you make a will? Even if you are married, you are under rro legal obligaou to leave any of your separate property to your wife (or lms-, i ban<i). You may leave your wife, your children, your reh-i tires, and all others, irrclu,ng ! carities, as much or as little as you please of both your real and persnM separate proper- ty. An Important "if" If you wish o, you may leave rmthhrtg ,at all to your wife, children arid other rela- tives, as they Imve no legally ertforceble caim to your sep- arate property by your will, you wife amy be entitled to a wife but no cl'dren or] grandchAtdren, ff your parents] (or either .of them), are living, your wife wiH get all of your persoual property, inrluding money, bank accounts, stocks, bonds, cars, etc., bt only half o,f your real es.tate, wih the' oth batf of the real proper- ty goirrg to your parea or surviving parent. In this case, if your parents are ded but you leave bv,ers or sie, your wife ge  of yam" per- serial property and half of your real property, wh lm other lalf ,of the re,N etate I to your bvohers and sisters I equly. If ne or more. of[ your hrohers or sisters are I dead, teavig cJhdren, their [ children take their deceased i parent's Slare off the real es- tate. If you have separate proper- ty a,rLd die wighout a'wiH, leav- ing a wife 'but nv ebdren, grandelildren, parents, broth- ers, sisters, nep_ews or nieces, all the property oes to your wfe (or lmband). S0 Yea rs Ago Feb. 11, 1916 loeee Hall, the new wom- en',s dormitory of the state norton school he'e, was dedi- cated in a fitting emil impres- sive manner last Friday eve- niag. The evening's prv,grazn began wi'th a banque at which 192 guests were present. There las been a decided slackening ,of buying in the local grain market and a sub- stantial reduction in prices since last week. Thursday the Mn Grain ad Milling corn- party was offered 90 ad 95 cents for wheat, but lttle wheat was being offered owing to the rapid bre,kig up of roads caused by the thaw, which makes hauling difficult: The farm home of Lester Stewart, on the south road about a mile and a half out of Cheney, was destroyed with practically ,all of its contents, by fire early last Moday morn- ing. "I believe hat the open sa- loon in Wahi,n,'o,n s forever a thing of the past," was a sen- timent uttered by Gv. Ernest Lister, who addressed the stu- dents, acuRy and a number of citizens of the twn at he state rrorrnal sclmO1 here on Thursday morrdng. Guy. Lis- ter is mating a tour o the state on offieM business. 29 Years Ago 1936 Promgt action by the Cheney fire departmertt probably saved serious lust's Saturday e,ening when Mrs. E. J. Harding dis covered a f in the ttic of their apartment bove the Un- ion Pacific station. Volnf:eer firemen reslondin, g within five minutes after the call was placed were Roy Duty, Kim Ryan, Tom Matney, Ed Davis, Carl and Leon Webb, Bill Horn, Rymond Rues an,d Bill l%nt- brient. Rural rehabilitaion,  has been extended through emergency ada.ces to meet the serious situ,ation arising from lack of agricultural empyment dur- ing the winter months, and pro- vide food, clothg, fuel and su, bsistece good*s to disessed rural families in Spakane coun- ty. Permanent rehabiti'taion through loans and t te setting up of ,a farm man'agement pl,an, will be, undertaken for all qtalified families falling in tbe emergency g,roups. Mrs. Ll, aydHuse was elect- ed president of Niche club. Other olfcers are Mrs. Keith Manring, vice president; and Mrs. W. B. Reese, secretary- treasurc,r. Mrs. George Fisher is the retiring presJident. 20 Years Ago 1945 Mrs. h'a:nk Faire had letters this week fa, om both of her .sons, S/Sgt. Forest Faire, who a prisoner ,of war off the. Ger- man, s and hem about 30 miles fro Vienrm; ald Sgt. Roy- al Faire, who  aboard sihip in the lcific theater. Two type-written ca,rds siged with the,iv son's own signature arrived or Mr. and Mrs. Itarry Arnaud this week. Pfc. Ernest Arnaud, pisoer o war of the Japanese I rperial Army :sine Nov. 1943 was tak- en on Corregidor in the spring f 1942. 2nd Lt. W'ayne F. Svegle, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Swe- gle, at an Air Service Oo,m- mand Station in Eng.nd re- cently completed an orienta- tlon course designed to bridge the gap between training in the States and comba,t soldiering against the enemy in Germany. Iarine S/sgt. William W. McKinley has been visRing his brother, Fred McKinley of Amber. The 23-year-old veter- a,n was returned recently from 26 months in the Pacific. 10 Years Ago 1955 Dr. W. R. Bernhard was named head of the Wsl,rgton State a,me comrnissi, on. He was appointed to the gavne commissfon by Guy. Langlie in 1951. Darrell Shute was elected president of the Junior Cha,m- bar of Commerce. Other offic- ers are Don Mc.Mdllan, first vice president; Ted McMi'llan, secured vice president; HoWard Foes, secretary and James Sny- der, treas.urer. Joe Jerue was chosen .as the new board mem- ber and Elder Ingel, state di- rector. Mrs. Hannah Howe 72, died Tuesday at :hen" home at Am- ber foll,wing ,a brief ilhaess. Survivors are her husband, Paul Howe, at the heRe, and a sister, Mamie Kelly in Hol- den, Me. The Ti,Hcum club will spon- sor a hobby show anti silver tea March 5 in the City udi- torium for the arrnaaal Penny- Art c<mtest. Mr. and Mrs. 2ames Craw- ford announce the engagement f their daughter, Jane. Roe, to Dean L. Franklin, son of Mrs. Naomi Franklin. The wed- ding is phnned for April 3. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grogan anyounee the marriage of their daughter, Margaret, to Gene Kaphn, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Me, area Kaplan of Plaza. Mrs. Dn Hakol (Glenna Nelson) was hon(ored wih a briffal shw:ev Wednesday. The t{akol, as were married on New Year's day. Four Lakes By Lenard Mace RI 7.7606 STORK NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Burton Blakety of Four Lakes became parents of ,a .son.. ast week. The baby joints brothers and sisters at h,me. Mr. and Mrs. tton, ald Kaiser of New York becrame parents of a baby Last Tuesday. He joins a sister, Rhonda Ann. Mrs. Kaiser is the former Kay Dirks of Four Lakes. VAUGHN HOUSE IS DEMOLISHED It was ,a busy week for Ric,h- ,ard Vaugha and Losvoe Taylor, du,ng which time they de- molished he former Vaughn home. The VaugLms are now comfortZbly settled in their new home. PERSONAL MENTIONS Frank R IVhce attended the ,three-day VCa,$hngton State apprenticeship meeting for carpenters last midweek at Se- attle. He is one off the buness representatives off the Spokane local 98. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jenicke spent the weekend at Valy with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beck. Sunday the two couples on- },eyed watching their sons ski. Mr. and Mrs. Rbert L. Nel- son .and faraily were Saturday evening callers of the Del Stan- darter family. Caners at the home o{ Mrs. Sarah Kirkpatrick last week Conservation News By Richard H. Jessen SCS Technician If you are planning o seed ass LLis spring, whether L is for a lawn, a i:hayfield or pas- ture, the job will be so muoh easier if everythirvg is plan- ned in advance. The kirds and amounts of seeds ae importa:nt. The best varieties ad, apted for the sit- uation needed should be con- sidered and deded upon in advance. The prices and source will ,also help to ,decide among m different arieties avail- able. Seeding Important The seedbed preparafon should be carefully considered for best results. I{ the fietd is soddy it may be bet to sow it to a small gaiaa for <me or two years, i,f psible, to give the sod time to be broken down finer. The weeds that wifi be cm- Peking with he new see,dn will .have to be contended wih pror to " to give the .seeding, new seed'lings at }east .an equal start. The grourtd should be leveled or smooched out and then should be rolled or packed ,as firmly as pble to give ,a solid footin,g to the seedlings. This also tends to draw the m,oisure to the sur- face where e tender roots ill be n eedrg it. Packing the ground firmly will Mso sup- press rew weed geowth for a while, giving the edge to the grass seed. By leveling or sm'Oothig the ground in ad- vance, mowing a,ad raking will be much easier. Soil Test Recommended Fertilizers ho,uM be another consideration. The basic weeds for any legume phnt would be sulfur, potash and trace min- erals. A soil test is a good tol to use to see wlat minerals may be hcking, and how much shu,ld be applied to satisfy, the need. If the pl, anting win be irrigated, a well phnned irri-! gation schedule vould be bene- fici,al and advisable. Fr further inform,atin or I assistance, cotct the Soil[ Conservation Service office, '1 First St., Chancy. were Mrs. Paul Paetersen, Mrs. Murbach, Mrs. Botrobeck, Mr. Roebuck, Hazel Powell and Maude Powell. .Mr. ,and Mrs. E. Sager o  Ka'hspe11, Mont., were Thurs- day overnight guests o,f Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wil,cox. Mr. and Mrs. Wells Worth- ington of Spokarre were Sun- day guests of Mr. an,d Mrs. Hen- ry Wyrstra. Henry Wyastra attended the Spolane warehouse stockhold- ers meeting Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wynstra spet several days in Lewiston because her son-in4aw had surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Larson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schmidt of Chewetah. Steve Larson spa,at from Thursday until Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lars(m while his parents were on the coasL Mr. and Mrs. Orville Phillp- son attended a potluek dinner and birgo party ia Spkan last Saturday night. I)arrel PhIlip_,on of Four Lakes and Nancy Jo.hnson of Chancy saw a sermo.n for the youth fellowship grOrtl O c,f the Unl, ted Church o,f Christ Sun- day. Win00hor News By Mrs. James Widner Windsor Gran,ge officers were irrstalled during their last meeting by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kessler and de*puty Frank Win:s and Mrs. Win- sor. There were 25 members present and aix visitors. The Ponna Fellowship tours will start Satu,d'ay, Feb. 13, at 8 p. m. with Inl!and Grange as hast. Central will do the floor work and Gveen- 'bluff the pr,ffmm. Mabel John- ston, po,mon,a lecturer, will be in charge. Sunse,t Grarge had 28 tables in play at their card party ,in the Darigold hostess room re- cently and 38 tables in phy Monday afterio, cm *at t,he,ir card party in the Senior Citizens al. Proceeds will go in,t, their building fund, Mr. acn(d Mrs. Dale Hagel have a new bby girl, Susan Diane brn Jan. 3'0. She joins three brothers and a s,ks!ter. Mr. and Mrs. Q,ints'n Mu.r,o are the parents of a so.n, Jff- ray Douglas, born Jan. 30. Roy and Dixie H,agel lave returned to their hmes at Almira and Oakland, Calif., af- ter v}sitir.g their ma,th,zr Mrs. Nellie Hagel and o,th, er rela- tives for a week. Laurel Pat- terson, their niece, accomparr- ied them tq 0alifornia. She will live  Djxi, e Hgel in = !il i i!!  LINE FORMS FOR INVENTORY SALE-- This picture was taken at 12:45 but by 1 o'clock Monday more than 50 pers.ns stood in line waiting for E. H. Wagoner to open the doors of the Cheney Department Store for his annual inventory sale. Although sales shopping is usually attributed to the female side, several gentlemen braved the and were among the first 25 sho.ppers the store and to receive a gift of merchandise. Wagoner said the good for the sale's opening was undo, to his advertising in the Free Press. Atameda and commute to San Francisco to her new job. This was e promotion for her. Laurel was Ceres in the Windsor Grange for s,veral years, was Windsor's queen in the fellowship tour and won and was Windsor's candiadte or the fairest of t,he fair one year. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.hillip Patter- son a.d Mrs. Nellie Hagel's granddaughter. Attending the Sunset card parties were Adelaide Larsen and Irm[a Stragier. Irma Stragier asks for your Christmas cards to take to the Sbriners hospital. She has tak- en a hrge a,m,ount since Christmas and asks for more a,s the children get ,a let of en- joyment out f working with them, making waste pap z baskets, etc. Anyone in Chancy who has cards for Mrs. Stra- gier may l,ave the,m at Wid- n,e,r's bauty shop. ' CUiitGIVE MOBEtV00un00to '> AMERICAN CANCER 00nCIET We NEED the many things You no longer NEED For those who are in NEED Our trucks wiil be in your vicinity 2n:l Friday of each month Call Mrs. Maddux, 235-6814 for collection St. Vincent de Paul" Society and SNage Bureau 2901 E. Tret Ave. Phone KE Spaghetti D" Windsor School Saturday, Feb. 11, 5 p. m. to8 p. m. SPAGHETTI, GARLIC BREAD, SALAD ICE CREAM, COFFEE OR KOOL-ADE. FAMILY TICKETS: $3.00 SINGLE TICKETS. $1.00 ADULTS 50 CENTS CHILDREN UNDER 12 SPONSORED BY WINDSOR P. T. O. FOR PLAYGROUND IMPROVEMENT FUND What every young housewife should know about keeping the books. There's no trick to it. What you do is open a SEAFIRST checking account and let us keep your books for you. It's this way. When you write a SEAFIRST check, what you are actually doing is instructing us to: 1) pay the amount of the cheek to the bearer, 2) return the cancelled check to you as a receipt, 3) include the amount of the check in a regular monthly statement of all the checks you have written. Lady, that's bookkeeping. Furthermore, your cheek stubs provide a running record of expenditures, while your cancelled checks and statements give you a permanent and legal record for budgeting and income tax purposes. No wonder most people prefer to pay by check. Seattle-First offers several checking account plans. Come on in and we'll he happy to help you decide which type will be best for you. Remember : You're more than welcome at Seattle-First. Seattle-First National Bank MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANC le CORPORATION You're more than welcome at any of the statewide oJces of Seattle.First National Bank ibm