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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, Mch 12, 1965 Miss emote New President of AWS EaStern Whigto State College ju, nir Karer Oraoto a graduate of Lewis and Clark ..gh sclool, has .been elected presi4ent of the Associated Women Students. She is the dauglter .of Mr. and Mrs. Tam- otsu emote, E 18 Fifth, and is m.aj,oring in business educa- tion. Used ; TABLE MODELS AND CONSOLES $25 AND UP SERVICE CALLS ........ 1.50 SEE JIM YOUNG In The Afternoons At The Red Barn FFA TO OPERATE SERVICE STATION The Gheney chalter of the Future Fa,rmers of America is makirg further phns on the opertion of the Chevron Ser- vice Station at 308 First street. Chapter .advisor Clarles Packard will be on hand with the boys all day long Satu,rday, Maroh 27; Chancy MoOrs has agreed to let the farm .youth organization opera,re the sta- ti:on for the 4ay and the chap- ter will receive a share of the rofit. Atso a supervised car wa.sh wi,ll be ,offered for $1.00 a car. Free coffee will be served at :the station and the boys will have a pick-up service for aU llocal peo,le who want their ea,rs wa,shed. --Jim Patterson, reporter Dig your well b eore .you are thirsty. 3000-to-l-odds THE ODDS AGAINST SUCCCESS IN RESEARCHING A HEW MEDICINE ARE ABOUT 3,000 TO 1. Consequently, when a new drug is ap- proved for public use, it receives wide- spread recognition. Your doctor is inform- ed of the nature and application of the drug and your pharmacist is provided with a supply of the drug in this way, working with your doctor we can furnish you with the very latest discoveries of medical science. 410 1st St. BE5-6348 Cheney, Wash. W. H. Westerman COMMUNI CONCERTS 00-66SEASON I z THE GRAND BALLET CLASSlQUE de II FRANCE-in its first North American tour. U A company of 50 soloists, corps de ballet and orchestra. .__,___..-.,m-------- U NEW YORK PRO MUSICA-Performers of Medieval Renaissance and Baroque Music. j U Pianist EUGENE ISTOMIN A STRING SOLOIST (to be announced) -- --,em,- Community Concert memberships available through noon, March 20. No single admissio'ns. R J [I I I I , okane Community Concert Association Box 734, Spokane, Washington Pkmse send me ........... memberships. lck kind dsired. Enclose check or money ardor. [:3 SlO Reserved Seats [] $8 Regular Seats V1 $5 Student I-1 BONUS: i LJI/IIII I _ . II II IIIII I I C()NTEST At 00osman's If you can find someone who undersells MOSMAN'S on any item of the same manufacture and quality,... YOU CAN WIN A 20% DISCOUNT ON Degrees 6oing 1o Six Local College $1udenls March 18 LETTERS... TO THE EDITOR BOARD CHAIRMAN WRITES ON ELECTION E4itor, Free Press The time has come for Step No. 2 in our program. Th 1,evy will provide the necessary buses, desks, chairs and ,playground developmen .for our ehiMren in our svhos. Study 'the brochure avail- able from any sc:ho,l carefl'ly arid .give your chid anld mine a Clance to develop p,hysieaHy and mentally for a better op- degrees, ,a bachelor of rts laO.eor_tleeevy,,,,if,inlif Tuesday with a major ,in business ad- .. '.. .2. ': ; ;g" ministration, ,and a bchelor of ' viarcn t, lua. A0ve an,  ar in education deree with lsu re ? a airmn a major in bu.inless education. I 'arman .... ' ' Other can, didates fr boche-I, ara ot l)we,cmvs lor of arts degrees and their/Gheney Sch(al District No. 360 major field of study are Shir- I .... ley M. Davies, 218 Farst, phys;-I,cwv ^=p=raL cal education; Carol M. Men- ............ tague, Route 2, sociology, and Editor, Free Press Six Cheey se.nio,rs at East- ern Washington State CRege are candidates for degrees to be awarded in inrm,al winr qtarter gradu.ati(m exercses !at he college Thursday fter- noon, March 18. Gladys A. Otsuki, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tsune Oki, Route 4, is a canddlate tot two J, o hn P. Reed, 120 Fo,uth, radio and ele:visiom Candidates for la.cheov of arts in education degrees are Ester J. Buse, Route 1, who majored in hnguage arts at EWSC, and Flerence J. Graves, 24 Fifth, ,a physieal education major. We continue to svport the Chancy school district's long- range plan and t:he coming choo,1 levy. This is an essen- tial lart of the program which we feel is just as necessary as the bond issue passed previous- ly. Dr. and Mrs. Wilfred Gamon URGES TURNOUT FOR LEVY VOTE Every voter in scho district 360 should feel a defimte obli- gation to vote his or her con- %ctions on ,the speea school levy on March 16th. The question .of need is ,nlot an issue. It is self-evid'ent that one of our recently construct- ed ,sClmols, Betz, Four Lakes:, Wndsor, Garden Sprkgs r Snset, have the ,barest essen- :i, al development such as grass, )laygvound and lan,dscaping. Every sel/-respecth hoe- ow,e provides far more r his family. So also does he povide essential furnishings within his home for his family's needs. It is equally apparent that to a new high sCheool with- out providing essenta furn- niure and fixtures wold pre- vent maximu, m utization o,f the .space provided ,nd in e:f- feet he a waste of moey pre- viously voted. Terefore I say again, the questio of need is not an issue. Please vote on Marh 16th. Glenn Calsyn, Ll, oyd Lowell Oarnett Boots Nck I4aidey, Cecil Stowe, An- na Ertrth, Herman Wilhns, i State Recruiter Leon Barrick and John Backer, Talk s To Students ,a guest .of the Hub club, a- terded Sp,okam County H o,- makers luncheon and meeting T. Michael Baldwia, recruit- Friday. Miss Lorraine Stowe in, g officer for the Washi'g - on State Department of Pu tlkedperiencesabOin the'her Peace'teachgcorpseX" lie Assistance appeared at n the Ivory Cost. Wastem Washington Stte Cog Four Lakes By Mrs. Larson At the Four Lakes Crange b'M1 at 7 o'clock (Friday) eve- nrg Supt. P,ggs of the Cheney school dsct, will hw f'flms 'and discuss the proposed school levy. Fol%owintg this meetiag the. regular Grange meetin,g w be .held. The Citizens ,adviso group of the Pour Lakes district met at the laee home Sunday eve- nr,,g. The committee is com- posed of Shirley ILion, Dr. Miler, Orville Pipson ,and Marcia Mace. Mrs. Mace was elected a member of the sbeer- in:g committee to atev all sclool board meetings. The ladies ,of the Hub el, ub ae invited to a 1 o'clock Mn- cheon March 17 at he Fair- .child youth center. Mrs. Larson left Friday for Seattle to visit frierds and re,1- ,atives for 10 days. Mesdames Bernard Kline Do You Remember when? (From Mar. 9, 1945) Gene Bernard has finished his boot training at Farragut and is spending the week visit- ing his parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Bernard, br4her Ray and sister Katherine, before being assigned to active duty. Dr. R. E. Tieje presented a dramatic reading, "My Coun- try," at the meeting of the Til- icum literary department Tues- day at the home of Mrs. L. W. Lee. The author is Russell Davenport, Spokane newspa- perman well known in Cheney. Items taken from Gibson's grocery store ad: Purex Bleach, on galion, 43c; Large Head Let- tuce, each 15c; Sunkist Lem- ons, 300 size, dozen 39c; Toma- to Juice, 46 ounce can (40 ra- tion points), 22c; Northern Tis- sue, 3 rolls 23c. The Eastern Washington Col- lege of Education basketball team coached by Robert Brum- blay [eft March 8 for Kansas City to take part in the nation- al intercollegiate champion- ships. FOLGERS COFFEE Ib, 69c Fresh Asparagus Ib, 23c Sunkisl Lemons doz. ..... 49c RADISHES & Green Onions March 17th the club will iege Lon Wednesday, lavch ,10, .... to speak to studeats and - I  l I 1 meet at Mrs. Ca lsyns at 12.15! uates ntereed in obtaihngllqllllflly -Jt. p. m. to go to a, irehi}d iune employment v.th the depart- J " .v ....... eon. Helen Stensgard wll give a talk. men, "  - Nr. Baldwin ' .,ako visited at I Baker's Chocolate AL----L-- AS Oonzaga university on Thurs, teUIlr tit4 Ah da lmorD.Jlg, March 11, tl tnlv) )/31,UU s O'eloe ML ouh,. m,t with the students of that j ...... Pin Pals 59 45 Four F's 9 5 sclool who are ieasted int , -'-7-'" . z. Joes 55'A *s'a diseussirg employment possi-I Arden s- 1Pint .- Fugitives 52 /$2 Splits & Mis.es 51 53 bilRies. The afteVrmn of/fa_n rke^ 11]" Amberites 48' sv March 11, he visited Wlfitw,orth/,UIIO ,M,} - il Calverts Reserve 47 57 as Bs 4 o College. G. I. Joes 2343; Has Beans 793; Wally Beard 192, 556 ; Maxine Fifield 180 ; Hetty Hartford 483: Ferne Stuhr picked 5. 8, 10; 6, 7. Cheney Automotive Al's Chevron Station 60 52 Eddy's Shoe Shop 60 52 Ratctiffe Ford 58' 53/. Cheney Auto Part 56 56 Higgins & Hen.clerson 55% 56, !Brown: & Holier 55 57 Sunset View Ranch 54 58 Hitlcrest Stables 50 62 Cqeney Auto Parts 3040. 1077; Rob- ert Michaelsen 571; Tom Scott 220. Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 64 40 Edgett Brothers 63 41 Wilson Homes 57 47 ROTC 55 49 Nabisco 48 56 Outlaws 47 57 Free Press 46 58 Brown & Holter 36 68 Don Nusser 224, 597 ; Fire Del)artmen 1102 ; Edgett Bros. 3023. Bowleretts 5 Bees 67 37 Kelly's Tavern 58 46 Hillerest Fillies 56 48 Bill's Jills 55 49 M N M 52% 1 Bair's IGA 51/ 52 Lil's Curls 47 17 Wilson's Premiums 29 /5 Kelly's Tavern, 2720, 950; Mary Ann Helydt 529, 193. Fireball Jones Resort 0 40 System Amusement 52 48 Poor Boys 51 481 Illlltt| Bill Hatch 51 48z' Lutheran Church 47 53 IOOF Lodge 38 62 Ioof Lodge 3024, 1084; George Mss- terson 212; Roseoe Jores 526. Koffee Kup Keglers Pied Pipers 57 39 I I 4 Questions 53 43 J B Plus 52 44 ] Krazy Kates M 45 J Cluster Busters ] 49 J Pillrollers 52 I Shirt Tales 44 52 t OY's 35. 61 / Karzy Kates 2107, 741 ; Hannah Stahl- / born 502, 190. / Wednesday Night Mixed JB's 61 43 Beke-Young 58/z 45% Yard Birds 58 46 Refugees 57 47 V'inans-I)avis 50 54 Kin Wins 48,4 ..55'/,,: Buckaroos 45 59 Dis Ables 38 66 JB's 222; Refugees 830.. J. Beke 206; G. Young 551; J. Dyck 180, 503. For Buying Selling And Appraising COINS bunch ... 15ci Size 21/2 Early Garden PEACHES.. 4/$1.00 ENERGY-BLEACH Campbell's 'o00alo 00oup __. i1( Whole Body- J Slewin00 Hens lb. 21c $irloie $leak Ib, 79( Full Cut Round Steak lb. 79( John's COIN GIBSON'S 'Thrift Store SHOP West 506 Sprague Ave. Spokane John J. Naccarato RI 7.4490 Bus. 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