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eatre / Page 8 Cheney Free Press Students and Army Men Given Break at Post St. Theatre Attention lrdand Emvire stu- den and enlisted service me --ay unsold tickets or Seat- tle Repertory Theatre perform- nces ,of Twelfth Night and Ah, Wilderness! at the Post Theatre on March 25- 26 and 27, except Fri@ay matinee, go on sale to you 10 minutes be- core curtain ,time at just $1.50 each. Have proper student identification cards to show at the box office window to make yourself eKgibe for "Last Minute Cub" priwileges. YOU CAN'T AVOID including freezing, drouth, and insects ARE ALL COVERED BY FEDERRb CROP lnSURAHCE J SIGN UP NOW protect your . cash investment. You don't have to pay the low FCIC premium 'til after harvest. Federal Crop Insurance - Corporation ---- 845 B0n Marche Bldg. Spokane, Wash. 99201 Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Symbol of Security DEPARTMENT OF 4 AGRICULTURE Friday, March 19, 1965 Constitution Rite Of Baptist Church Slated This Sunday Copelan d cMlEd as lhe first pastor. Lots Purchased The followin,g Segember six and one-half building lots were purchased by the mission members and one year tater in September, 1961, the new buikiing at 300 N. Second was occupied f,o,r the first time. The Re. Robert N. Floyd, wio succeeded Rev. Coand in May, 1960, led the members in much o the construction and fLnising work. His pasov- ate continued uatit May 1962 when he resigned to go into full ime Christian education. In Octobe of that year Roy. Trutt lgers bevame the n/is- sion's third pastor. He contin- ued there util November 1963. The presert pastor, Roy. Amick Champe, eme to the nssin in May, 1964, from the Bay area in Oaiforria. He and s a, mily are presently livinfg in Opportunity but are plann- ing o move to Cheney soon. Ministers will be guests and Ms. Virgil Miller wil present s:peca] music. Rebekah Lodge Celebrates co..g, Golf Opens Season March 26, 27 75th Anniversary March 17 The Cheey Baptist missio is p[a,ning a special service at 2:30 Snday ,aftmmoo, Mach By speei,al dispensation Mr. ] 21, the purpose of which is to I-Il caged the meeting and in-I constitute in,to a ftdl-me itiated 19 persons as charter :church. TEe constitution s:er- members, then officers were v:ie w4l feature a message by. elected ,and installed with Itie the Rev. T. C. Admas, under Rich oble grand, Mary Beard whose leadership the mission vice grand, Mary McNeilly re- was begun on Feb. 2, 1958. cording secretary ad W. H. The meetings were first held Rich the treas;urer. in the Legio,n hl a:nd then i Lodges Named moved to the jumor :hig'h I On March 15, 1890 the odge school i.n June. Rear. Adams, ws: c-ztituted and took the th, En p,ast'or O4 the slonsoringl nam e of Mornnlg Star No. 24. N,erthtown Baptist church in I Weekly meetings were set Spokane, co,ntinued to preaclh| and o,fficers were to be ,leced at ,the mission until OctoDer twice a year Both me an 1958, when the Rev. Henry women were' members, the of Spokane was men laay:ing $2 dues and the women $1. Now the dues are the same for each me,mber. Eighty-seven members were taken in the frst year. In early years meetings were hed in the ald W,alters building which stood where the Cheney Bank now is located. In 1904 the new IOOF , was built on First and F Sis. where the loge has held mee,tings ever since. Busy Early Years The first years were busy ones. MoRey making aft.Mrs were put on to buy new re- gala and equip the lalll. Dnc- ing as papuhr and amiiies ,?ten came to lge with their cltdren and pat them to bed in he Mtchen, then dancing al nht, with a midnight sup- per ,served. Many groups m Ckenely have held meetings or social ff, airs in the lodge haM. It has been carpeted and nv dapes intled, with all fur- niShgs provided. Four 50.Year Pins Fifty year membership pins have been awarded to Ads Griffth, Flora Webb, Farence -"-----'-- Rue and Rena Griffith. During Ca Wash the years that Forence Rue, '  Fora R ufer, Lillian Craword, Cheney Ranchers o Mo.os were xtoble grands, over 100 members came into the lodge. Mere,bets went to 4- H CI u b sta eon vertions avid officers Sat. Mar. 20 10 a.m.. IITemperance Deem Conco Station .^^ JlWmner at Academy 1 .VV _.__.._Ji -- Is $heryI Robinson Sheryl Robirson, Pendleton, ,seor student a Upper Co- 25 Cent o= &cdny, as wmer .... n the America,a Temperance oral contest :held Tuesday FIVE BAY at 6:30 p. m. in the UCA chap- el at Spangte. Dennis Beaker DO.IT-YOU RSELF a Rick Cear received second ad ,third awards. Cash Prizes Won Money prizes from $2.50 to $15 were presented to all 10 Cheney patcipating students by Wil" Car Wash liam E. Ciements, $ocal A. T- ,secretary, Spokane. T'o win- n, er will compete n the district contest at Laurelwood Acad- emy, Gaston, Ore., for the Comi g So Noxth Pacific Union coest to n n be held in the Portland Memor- ial Coliseum during April 15- HIGHWAY 10 AND COCOLALLA ACROSS FROM GIBSON'S THRIFT STORE ENDS TONIGHT -- THURSDAY "RETURN TO PEYTON PLACE" SHOW AT 7  OUT AT 9:20 Fri.- Sat. Only AUDIE The 75th anniversary of the Rebekah lodge ws celebrated on Wednes&ay evening, March 17, in the IOOF hall. On Feb 15, 1890 the todge was instituted, a year after the Cheney IOOF lod,ge was organized in Cheney. E. L. Hall, special deputy grand mastex, lad cla,ge of the forming of the new lodge, which is the 24th in the seate and the 71st in the United Staes. 17. Wrote From Bitter Knowledge Miss Robins n's "Open Let- ter to Alcoholism" included her 39 year old mother, ,, once a I pretty teen agex, iany prom- inent, but now lguisng in a m,enatl ,h.osp4tal as a direct re- sult of that first social drink, and her father who died from cirrhosis of the liver ca,used by aoholism. Spoke To Students Prior to the spe:ak-o4 contes ,at the academy, &beryl gave her win ng ovation to three ,high schools in the vicinity, re- ported ,her speech ,teacher Ms. W;altor Worth, who rec- ently received her masters de- gree ,at EWSC. Vrrea Gordon o4 Cheney was one ofhe five judges. Distilled Water 50c A Gallon CHENEY ,DRUG March 19-20 DOUBLE FEATURE COMPANION FEATURE Fate Is The Hunter STARRING GLENN FORD "OUR JET AGE" RIFLES 7:10  HUNTER 8:45  OUT 10:50 Warren Westerman were pavt ,of the state teams to pu.t on the state assembly de- grees. During these years much Cheney history was m, ade, with the pring pres:s set up un- der a tree near What is now the Nazarene church and run by hand for nne months to print The Tribune. Growth Pictured The schools o,f Cheney de- veloped from a one roam l org fort nea: Betz s:chool to the present system. M,any stove buildings and the bank rebuilt. There were 12 churches in Che,ney; the transfer of the the Spokane county seat to 1884-88 then back to Spokane; ! the naming of the town for Benjamin P. Cheney, and de- veloping of the city park by club wamen and me f the community s the first park. The Martin flour mill, now the Na, tionat Biscut Co., affili,ated wth mills a over the Undted States. Members ,and officers O4 the Rebekh ,todge read the 751h history at the celebration with the state assembly president and members f eight to,gdes present for the ocoasio. Dec- oations were gering d,ia- rrmnd cards and white lilies. Correction Made In Report on Fire The repor in last week's Free Press, turned in by the Cheey fire department, on a young wem,an suffering ill ef- fects f)m a doctor's prescrip- ti.on was not correct. The fire depame was caed March 10 at 8:45 p. m. A young woman was having dfficuRy breathing .and the de- partment stood by with oxy- gen equilment until a doctor arrived. Manzo Will Judge Vocal Competitions Dr. Ralph Manzo, Eastern Washington State College as- sociate pro4essor f mnsic will adjadicate lrge vocal groups at fle North CeRtral Wg- tn  ]!kiueatovs em n com- petition.s Saturday, March 20, in Weratchee. Dr. Manzo directs the widely acclaimed EWSC "ollegias" ,arid the EWSC symphonic cloir. ALLEY ANTICS Fireball Jones Resort 64 40 poor Boys 55 48/s System Amueement 55 49 Bill Hatch 52 51/ Lutheran Church 47 57 IOOF Lodge 38 66 System Amusemen 3164, 1111; Gene Wunderlieht 232, 617. 5 o'clock Mixed Doubles Pin Pals 63 45 G. I. Joes 59%, 48,'2 Four F's 59 49 Fugitives 55 52/ Amberites 52 55% Splits & Misses 51 57 Calverts Reserve 47 61 Has Beens 44, 63, Amberites 2453; Fugulives 841; Jim lIepton 532, 199; Jeeanette Stiffler 502, 188. Bowlerett, es 5 Bees 71 37 Kelly's Taverr= 59 49 Bill's Jiils 58 50 Hillcrest Fillies 56 52 Bair'a IGA 541+ 531& M N M 53]/2 F4/'2 Lii's Curls 50 58 Wil Premiums 30 78 5 Iees 2662, 941; Judy Drollinger 199, 507; Margaret Lee picked up 6, 7, 10 plit. Cheney Business,p86 42 -igett Bros. Fire Department 65 43 Wilson Homes 60 48 ROTC 56 52 Nabisco 49 59 Free Press 49 59 Outlaws 48 60 Brown &Holter 39 69 F-lgett Bros 2942 ; Brow & Holier 1032 J. Davis 202; R. Barrett 518. Wedneeuay Night Mixed JB's 62 46 Yard Birds 61 47 Beke Young 59 49 Refugees 58 50 Winar Davis 53 55 Kin Wins 51 56 Buckaroos 48 59/z Dis Ables 39 69 Winan Davis 832; Yard Birds 2280; B. Winans 234, 543; J. Dyck 179, 504.  Koffee Kup Keglers Pied Pipers 60 40 4 Questions 57 43 B Plus 55 45 Krazy Kates 52 48 Cluster Busters 50 50 Piltrollers 45 55 Shirt Tales 45 55 OY's 35 65 Cluster Busters 2093, 747 ; Hannah Stahlborr 472, 192. Cbeney Automotive AI's Chevron Station 63 53 Eddy's Shoe Shop 61 55 Cheney Auto Parts 60 56 Ratcliffe F(d 58 57 Browr* & Holter 58 58 Higgins & Henderson 55 60 Sunset View Ranch 54 62 Hillerest Stables 64 62 Brown & Holter 2976; Al's Cheerr* Station 1078; Tom Scott and Greg An- derso 554; Robert Michaeisen 224. Eastern Washington State College will play eght "lmne" gotf course, Thorne TibbRts, gold course, Thorne Tibbitts, EWSC goV coach, sad .in an- n.ouncing the 1965 Savage schedule. The A & W Has Been Open For 11 Days! Now you get that good Root Beer you waited for all winter. Highway and Vine, Cheney Razing of Old Medical Lake Building Brings Memories to By Katherine Hollay thing that would Bid were let a the school property. bard meeting on March 9 fr home wth dem,ttion of the old high telling o,f Opening March 26-27 in the school building which was buiR Banana Belt golf tournament in 1890 at a cost of $13,000 The old in Clarkston, EastErn will face by the public works adminis- aband, oned Portland State College ,at Ind- tration. At the present time a of 1960. inn Oanyon April 1. If that building of this size would used by course isn't open by then, oth, cost the taxpayers over $100,- jeets such er arrangements will be made 000. ciases, Tibbitts said. There were five bidders for mer @oK competition wll close this work, ranging from the ing will wth the Evergreen conference low bid of M ong & Larso ories, no otrnament My 14-15 at Ind- Building and Ho,use Wreckers the Medical inn Canyon. Whitw,orth college of $2532.40 to the high bid of is hoped $14,300. The job will be corn- gotten wil,l host the tourney. I pleted in 60 days tram the time ors in this . i|.t0nn/e I the contract is approved, which Anyone who + r expected to bE March 18. llt. to this ) Furnishings Sold Eight Athletes i I On March 17from noon until neighbortbis n a matron. c ] ae was held in the bu,i,ldin Pullman Track Meet to equipment the [istriet no on, ger has need of. Tolerance [aeluded were tables, chairs, driver Eastern will enter eg:ht con- desks, to,ekers, electric motors more to tests in the Washington State hot pllates, etc. Mon,g & Larso n blare of a University invitaional tack were also on hand to sell any- Safety lneet ,at Pullman Saturday, March 20. Dean Adams, Wermtchee S g Valley College junior transfer, e rvi n a ,star on the Savage football team last season, is the iron ,,n e"ien-y man .among the tast:evn rum- a petitors, being entered in four events--triple jump, boad jump, 70-yard dash and 70- Medical Lake yard ,high hurdles. Two other WVC transSers with : are anong the Eastexn entries. Ronqtl runUhl' in'atherthe 70 footbaMerand 300- All $1andard 0JJ yard dashes, ;and Terry Blm- quist will compete in the brad jump. SPECIALIZING IN HEATI Senior letterman Dave Davis, Otis Orchards, and Libby, AI H Mont., soph Ed G.chrng are entered in both the .shot put and discus. Orondo j u.nor Joe Standard Oil Distribl NelSon will run in" the 440- 235.6378 yard intermediate hurdles. Two Dastern fros,h, both , from Lewis and, a Cark, exe also) entered. Rusty Eacalek will run ,in the 440 and 600-yard events and Jerry Jantz in the 600 and 1000. Mission Conference Set At Four Lakes A missormry, conference will be held .at the F(mr Lakes i Community church begirming Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Other ser- vices wikl be during the mmm- ir=g orship service at 11 and Sunday, Monday and Tuewday evenings at 7:30. Missionaries taking part will be Rev. H"vey Boese, Thin- tend; Miss. Betty Lou Hartsn, Viet Nam; Roy. Harvey Towns, lapan, and Miss Ruth Kron. R. N., fvorn the C'ono. FollOwing will be a ?cliche- ship ,dinnor to which ll attend- ing the morning sewice ave in- vited. tared pictures, costumes and muny curis will 'be a part of the even-tg gtthe_rtgs as well as hearing the mission- ,aries speak in the native tongues. Classified advertising does a great job at a small cost. We Ford Dealers are answer questions Mustang Qe DOES MUSTANG HAVE J 1 IS THE NEW MUSTANG A 6-CYLINDER ENGINE.7  REALLY A SPORTS Yk As a matter of A Most assuredly' A 200"cubic'inch job that P r" AM., @vides blazing performance and solid economy. racing Q MUST I WAIT FOR DELIVERY K )A WHAT DO YOU MEAN OF MY MUSTANG? WHEN YOU SAY 2+2? No.lncreascdproductionhasbroughtMustang It Is a sports-car A@ to the point of immediate delivery in a broad A bucket choice of models and colors. passengers in the rear. Q. ' Q. HOW MANY BODY STYLES CAN I GET AUTOMATIC 1 OF MUSTANG ARE AVAILABLE? IN MY MUSTANG/ Three. Mustang comes in Hardtop, Con- k k vertible and Fastback 2+2 models.., looks Yes. You have like a $5.000 import but lists for thousandsless. 0 both '65 M ustang--theuneXpected car from Detroit that climbed to 3rd plsc in sales in less than 1 year. ' year yet to go see a RATCLIFFE COMP, 402 Second Street Phone