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Page 2 Cheney Free Pr Friday, Febru,ary 19, 1965 qrAP CIIENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. E1atered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Matter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every NATIONAL EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington.  I  A SS C(TIN [ A  C(:IN Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year , , , ,:. All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER FREEMAN FROST ............................ EDITOR theatre Conservation News By Clarence A. Kelley SCS Service Technician I have just returned from the annu convention of e Na- tional Association of Soil and Wter Couservation Districts hetd this year in Periled. The attendance was good and most of the 50 states had represen- tation. Porthnd seemed to still be kaving some water problems from recent floods as mucih of the water had a murky appear- ance. There were recent slides occurring along the Columbia river highways and evidence of severe water runoff and flooding was everywhere. Heavy Erosion Much of south central Wash- ington :had experienced a hea- vy rainfall on 12" to 14" o snow. The resuR was once in a hundred year zxmoff. Small1 drainage areas usually n&apos;ot sub- ject 'to severe water vunlff and er.osin showed v'tl]s and gul- lies never epected, Larger streams caused dev.aating amage to bridges, roadways, aad landscapes. Steep bAsides, typical of the Cumb'm river gorge, had unusual drta,ge from slips, much like is seen on rmrth :slopes of croq2md in the PaLouse. Unke the la- l)se, he,raver, these alopes lmve shallow soils, native grass ,cover, and lave no his- tory ,of slips. The sope expo- sure bad lttLe effect on eos- on. Most amazing, was the fact that ,stubble mu,lc,lng with chisel implements, combined with deep furrow seeding, showed remarkable ooal of water rtmoff. On fieds such as these vcater erosion vas nor- mly not .severe. Tillage has begun in these areas as well as in the tri- city vicinity. Many of the grain crops appear to have made the winter in good shape. As ,a general nile it pp.ar- ed fist eye,on ,had taken is tol on crophnd in these now declared disaster counties un- der those unu.su, al Imzardous conditions. However, i fle Pa- lou, se, without experiencing flese hazardous cnditions, I beIiee we will ave to face up to fine a,ct that field by field we can mach much of these erosion ,Losses. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner Pomon, a Grange fe'llowshp tours er 1965 got underway last Saturchy evening in the Irad Grange hall In,hnd ws :host, Central ,had cla,rge of the floor work ,and Green- bluff Grange put on the pro- gram. States will be represent- ed this year and Alaska was the 'theme. Greenbluff Grange lecturer gave a talk on ALask,a and fine 143 grangers lresent imagined low it would be to live in the hnd of the mid- night sun. The program was a skit, "The Sheoting ,o,f Dan McGrew," and they sang an Ahskn song. Lecturer Mabel ,ohnston he,ld a drawing for the door prize. Pomona officers present were Ray C hristeren, Dwight Beach, Muriel Brown, Mary Pr,eskay, Henry Clausen, Irvin Cain, Edith Scott, Mary J. Han- kel, Oran scott, Ma,bel Joh- ston, youth chairman Bob CLaus, junor matro,n Hattie Beach and nine subordLna,e nasters. The silver dril far the junior and youth programs was $20.66. Wi,dsor Grangers attending were master Date Guest and Mrs. Guest, Adeide Larsen, Emery Hewson, Audrey Wer- lmn, Mary Hewson, Nina I])obbs, Leona Widner, Irma Svagier, I)ow Hewsn and Mrs. Educk. Quinten Landreth, Spokane cotmty Grange deputy, 'is con- valeting ,t home ,after sev- eral days in the hspitaL Charles He,adley, past grange deputy, is in :the veterans ,hos- pital. The second fellowship tour will be hem *his Fiday at 8:30 p. m. in the SprighiU Grange .hall. Springhfil will be ht, Moran will do the floor work and Espola will ,have clarge of the program. The state wi]!l be Mi'sso, uri. This year the p,rons for the fellowship tours will be built around ten different states. A five minute 'history arm a program ,abou the sta will be given includ,g  song. Costumes are impressive in I an7 lrogam. The other four feowhip I tours vfll be hed in the fetid. Lectures of e Granges will be lmn.ored this year and votes for grange,s Will be based as folws: lectur 10 pints,. other officers 5 ioints, md one point for veaiing members. Grange are divided in two groups, those with 140 mem- bers or less and 140 or move. I .m skin, g my reders wh<) are grangers to keep his inor- matto a,d more wffi be i the next column. Irma Straer ,and 'OIwa E- an,mann caled on Atfred Al vth, o is convalescing ,at home after major .surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Bmry Hewsun were on trhe way to Ric,himad on Friday, the day of the big wind. About 40 miles south of RitzviLLe it hit thevn and sand- b]Jasted their wind,Shield so badly they had L0 .h'ave it re- pl, aced. They visited their daughter Mrs. Bob Hubbard arid family in RichLand before returning h,ome. Mrs. Maxine Oon and Mi- chelle attended the band con- cet at the Medical Lake ele- mentary school last Thursday evcnin,g. Karen and Jim OLsn played in the band. Mr. ,and Mrs. G. Jasman en- tertained at dinner Monday evening fr Leona Widner. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vorder- braggen visited their s:on and family in Wenatchee Last week- end. Mrs. Hattie Littlefied cable - brated her 89th birthday Feb. 6th. Friends and relatives called on her. She a,so received many cards. Mrs. Helen Shoemacher is h0ne after several weeks in Seafle visiting a dau,lter. Ted Beak is in a Spokane hospital for treatments for his back. Mrs. Ros,a Cook is cnvaiesc- ing at home after a few days in the Colfax h,os,piVal for a check- up. East Chene? By Anna Phillips East Cheney Grange .had six tables of pinochle st Stur- day evening. High prizes went to Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry Hampton, tow to Mrs. Ed SplictmL and toe Labish. Emery Babb cap- tured the traveling prize and James GiideweL1 the dov prize. Mr. and Mrs. Ed SplicthM ,nd MiSs Minnie Wittenbach were hosts. Next Grange meeting is this Friday evening. Weekend guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Vern Harrington were Mr. a,d Mrs. Duane H arringto,! Ruh, Kelly, Oliver and Vern of Moses Lake Air Fore Base, :and Mr. and Mrs. Troy May- field, Debbie, Danny and Mi- chael ,of Spokane. ,Mr. arid Mrs. Emery Babb were Sunday ee- sing visitors. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish visited Mrs. Tom Labish who .is crvleScing at ,lome after undergoing nmjor surgery. ,Mr. ,aml Mrs. Joe La- bish also ced on J,ake Sare and sister Antonia hter Sum day. Mr. and Mrs. William Thu- Ion, Mr. and Mrs. B'fllie Thulon ! and baby and Mr. and Mrs. ! Fred Baird were Sunday din- net guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Chester Phillips and Jon, ny, Mrs. Susie PiersM. Grandchil- dren Dick a,nd Janet Piersol of Spartgle c,al]ed hter. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phips and Johnny spent Last Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Doug VAle, Shirley, Jack and Cnnie ,of Thornton. Enjoy Carefree Convenience when you travel Union Pacific Domeliner Planning a trip East this winter? Consider the comfort and safety of winter travel on the Domeliner, "City of Portland"... Enjoy the warm, cozy comfort of spacious coach or pullman accommodations.--relax in the ultra modern clome lounge or dine penthouse style in our unique Dome diner. Domeliner travel is truly wonderful and costs less than you migh think with Union Pacific's money-saving Family Fares, generous baggage allowance, and seats reserved without charge. Call Union Pacific today and be on your way East-- by way of Denver, Omaha, Chicago or Kansas City, St. Louis. UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD For full Information or reservations please contact your nearest Union Pacific office. l on Saturday eening. The Marha]] New [couples were guests of the I Klnl as Mr. KLLRe was cele- Mrs. Li'oyd LovelI ] brang 'his bivtldia. RI 7-3843 [ David Lovel] was a visitor at GRANGE HOLDS /tle home of h}s grandmother, CARD PARTIES The Paradise Grange s ,hoLd- i'ng public card parties on the 2rid arid 4th Saturdays. Last Saturday evening the prizes wave won by Mrs. Benway, women's high; Mrs. H, odgsvn, women's second; Mr. Streeter, men's high; Mr. Gather, men's second. There were six tables playing pinochle. Paradise Grange meetings :are held on the first and third Frid,ays ,and ,their reguhr bus- iness meeting is this Friday, Feb. 19. On March 5 there will be a visitation night. Subordinate Gran,ge will be ovgan, izing a ba:sebaLt team soon. Contact Tim Hodgson at RI 7-9079. WINDSOR WILDCATS SPLIT WITH SUNSET The Windsor Wildrcats bas- ketball 4eam met Sun,set Fri- 4ay at Win, d,s:r e lemenSary school, the A te,am Losing 28- 13. The B squlad w'cm 20-8. Several parents and friends attended and enjoyed an after- noon of fast ac,on. BIRTHDAY PARTY A birthday party was given by Mrs. Shirley WiIRams ,at her ome for Shirley Peterson on Ttmsday, Feb. 9. Present were Mrs. Henry .Chase, M. Ron- me Ralph, Mrs. Tim Lobar, Mrs. Wesley Ralph, Mrs. Jack Lozar ,and Mrs. tester Ralph. The hostess served a beautiful- ly decorated birthd!ay cake with coffee. EVERSONS TO SERVE The Four Cffrners Gnge will meet .on Wedlmsday, Feb. 24, at 8 p. m. he Ray Ever- sons .and Ronnie Mindrup will have charge of the Lunch after the meeting. DANCE STUDENTS ARE PRESENTED Students of Rita's School of Dancing entertained the Mi,s, souri club on Saturday evening at the Inlard Power and Light building in Spok,ane. Pogram included ballet, tap and m,od- ern jazz numbers by Anne Skocilich, Peggy ,and Judy Bed- en, Kathy Ellswoh, IAnda Isacson and Kathy ove. Five year old Kathy stale the, show with ,her dance to fine s)ng "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yel- low Polka Dot Bikini." ,Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kld'ne, Mr. ,and Mrs..Chuck E%lit and Mr. and 'Mr Lloyd Lowell at- te:tded a "sri}SYgbol'd dinner Mrs. Mallie Ciarls0n, in Spo- 1vane over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. LLoyd Lo,ve]l and David were vis)itors of Mrs. Edna Dano ,and son Pat in Deer Park Friday evening. Pat will be leaving for Peace Corps trainirtg in California' next week. They attended fine Deer Park-Cleney basketball g.ames where they were joined by Cheryl Level] ,and J,@hn Wil- son. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reinhold were Sunday dinner gests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Soderquist of Liberty 1,ake. Classified advertising does a great job at a small cost. Thursday, Friday, Saturday February 18, 19, 20 The Biggest Family Fun Picture fh00sryea r Co-Hit  13 Frightened Girls 13 Frightened Girls 7:35  Sam 9:10 -- Out 10:55 Special Holiday Show Sunday, Monday, Feb. 21, 22 'The New Interns Also Short Subjects Sunday, Feb. 21 - Show 7:30 MONDAY -- WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY 2 Shows: Matinee 5 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Regular Admissions CALL FOR BIDS I. NOTICE TO The Board of Commissioners Spokane County Fire Protectior No. 3 will receive sealed bids at Station, 1321 Second Street Washingtor. until 1:30 p. m. 13, 1965, for the ger, eral the construction of the Fire Addition, 1321 Second Washington, and the said bids and there be publicly opevl aloud. Bidders and others terested are invited to be bid opening. Bids received time fixed for opening cannot videred. 2, DOCUMENTS Specifications, including bid tract documents, and be examied at the following Builders Chapter, A. G. C. East 4935 Trent, Spokane, Spokane Construction East 102 Boone, Spokane, Architect's Office S. 620 Washington, Spokane Cbnnty F.P.D. No. Station A. W. Bean, Fire Chief 1321 Second St., Cheney, Bonafide bidders may obtain 1 at the Architect's office of a cimck payable to the the amount of $25.00 for a bidder wishes additional sets of sets, he may obtain them the cost of reproduction. 3. REFUND OF DEPOSITS The full amount of del)sit 1 of documer*ts will be refunded fide bidders upon return, of meats in good condition to leers office at or before the for c,.penin bids. There will fund for returr, of additional parts of sets. Plan holders subs t a bonafi(te bid and do the document ast least 5 days ] time set for openin,g bids the full amount of their 4. RIGHT TO REJECT BIDS The Spokane County Fire District N). 3 reserves the ject any or all bids and to formalities. Spokane County action, District No, 3 will essary Federal Tax Exert sates. H. T. Brown, enalrman Ehner C. Luiten, Feb. 19-26- 65) GORDON & W. 24 Indiana, Spokane, SUMMONS No. 173235 In' the Superior Court of Washington i sn<l for the Spokane. J. R. SAUN, DERS, Plaintiff Alvin Swisher, Ross er, Russell Swisher,Leon lah Covington', Don Gardner unknown heirs and devisees, unkow heirs and devisees S. Parry, formerly Abbie ceased, and the unknown vlsees of WILLIAM O. name also appears as PARRY, deceased, and all or parties un&nown title, estate, lien or interest estate described in the Defendants. The State of Washington known heirs and devisees of er, Rosa Swisher, Earl sell Swisher, Leo Swisher, ington and Do Gardner; known heirs and devisees Parry, formerly Abbie and the unknown heirs arid William O. Parry, whose pears as William James Parry, You are hereby summoned within sixty (60) days after the first publication of to-wit: within sixty (60) days 12th day of February, 1965, the above entitled action entitled Court, and answer the of the plaintiff, J. R. serve a copy of your ar-.swer undersigned attorneys for at their office below stated ; of your failure to do so, be rendered against you the demar*d of the complaint been filed with the Clerk of The object of this action title to property in the plaintiff in which part soriio was the time the deed was plaintiff hereir*. Gordon & Ripple By Alvin E. Gordon Attorneys for Plaintiff W. 24 Indians. Spokare, (Feb. 12-March "walks'" right over bumps and Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of truck ride. It smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver and cargo from excessive jolting. And on Chevrolet pickups it's a proved system with millio.s of miles of user experience behind it. Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetside or Stepside pickups. It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet is first choice with pickup users from coast to coast. Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about  type of truck Brown and Holter Motor Co. 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY 235-6231