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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 68, Nulmber 43 Che+ney, Washington.- Friday, April 2, 1965 Single Copy 10 CentJ y Group Forms Aid School Directors; Needs Is Goal Citizens&apos; Advisory Corn- for Gheney School Dis- 360 met Monday niffht itself to work school board in study- district's needs and to recommendations as to needs can be met. order of business was of a set of by-laws the operation of the Following this, the ssed three areas in the school district school facilities, and decided at meeting to set up in each o these work with the district lortg-range go.als for the district. committee is eoposed y 60 people 11 different in the district. has one co member other members on advisory, commit- reresented committee and comnRttee are: Norman Moore; Mar- Biologists Banner Season at Spokane County expected to be better this season, district biologis reported this summer fishing April 25. Foow. survey of Cheneya-a prospects for the season. be a,t its best. Two-year old inches) are numer- to fishtg year, am1 a fine crop s preoenL to beex- gam thm..mmmm. Lar- re cotmnaaphce. emtz.h "will be raitflx 9-12 invJms and up to 5 pounds. good ng plus spny- One of the best boss the state. A,lso a good lake with fish of size. of the "big (including Silver and Iedical) in the Medical Fish will be of ex- size .and abundant. be very was one of the best ton time. Bass fi- good an4 a .group of crappie prec- is frof 'and will be stocked eastern brook. The limit (7 fish)and in this lake will ,mine excellent fmlng size and reproved with plantings. Last year averaged 10 aes sme is expected 'far .has consistently the district's best ratios. Atways a number of carry. for so popular and a lake. has not been as .in past yea, prob- to increasirg carp A good, if not the this year. as to and abundance of fished hard last SCp- but every indicaon is excellent season of fish. Yearlings h'mhes and there is abumiance of carry- of 13-17 inches. One this lake to believe is the see- since rehab'flRation should be outstanding. was excellent. There large fish of quarry Cutthroat are in but are real tro- aainbov are Given iholdings of U. S. Bonds in this county thixmgh indi- tmrctmses of $329,869 February, voIRnteer Savgs minds dwrd Betz an- here today i,n his .sates report. shaH, Dick Getrum; Windsor. Mrs. Shirley Patterson and Mrs. Alfred Vien:hage; Garden Sprin,gs, Mrs. Ellen Heinemann; Amber, Mrs. Don Lambert; Ty- ler, Bob Shea; Espanol:a, Frank Selfridge; Four Lake,s, Mrs. Ma,rcia Mace; Cheney, Mrs. Margaret WhitfiId and Re.v. George Nichols; Rck Lake, Kent Sooy; Pioneer, Dick Camp. The steering committee wilt work closely with the school board in defirfing the areas of concern and will be the group that makes the recommends-, tions to the board after the I studies have been completed. The balance of the member- ship of the citizens' advisory committee  paxticipate on strb-committees as various topics are studied. Steering committee members were se- lected by caucus heki by each neighborhood group of three to five peop4e. Regular meetings of the full Citizens' Advisory Oonmttee will be held on the fourth Mon- day of each month expt for June, July, August, November gaul December. Steeri com- rrdttee meetings will be he as necessary..Meetings will be hem ,a 8 p. m. on each fourth Monday of the month in the school district board room, 317 D Street, in Cheney. The pub- lie is invited to attend 1hese meetiags. Temporary officers selected at a previous meeting are: clrrrra; Roy. George Nichols, Clmney; vice chairman, Mrs. Shirley Ptterson, Windsor; secretary, Mrs. Ellen Heine- roan'n, Garden Springs; and treasurer, Kent Sooy, l{ock Lake. Cheney Courts Qheney Police and Justice Cattrt results the past two weel are  follows: Police Court--Fred R. "Sing- er, Valh W, alla, speeding, fined $20 ($10 stmded), $2 cOs; WiUimn F. Kulm, Espamla, failure to keep zigl of center lne, freed $10 (susvonded), $6 costs. Justice Court--:ll S. Grif- fin, Rt. 1, Ohene, failure to stop, forfeited $12; Kudy R. Betz, RL 1, Chene,0 no valid vehicle ,He.ease, fined $ii; Her- ry G. Wirth Jr., 318 B St., Pho- ney, failure to stop at sign, fined $11. Don'ovan D. 14ass, Cheney, improper passirtg, fined $21; J.ohn W. Moser, 622 Vilard St., Cheney, following too close, forfeited $12 Float Fund Dance Set Adults as well as students ave urged to attend the fund raising "deejay" dance khis Saturday evening in the Qhe- hey City Hall. Kthy I)eimnger, Imblicity clmirma for the dance, ex- pined that ,funds from the dance ,are to .be sed or set aside for a 1at entry in the Spola, ne Lic Parade. Uless t , dance is a suc- cess and .sever4l Cheney or- ganizations can supply fu,nds for the float, CYneney, gain, will .not be represented in the Li 'lac Parade. M&ss Deininger ,has been wrkig with Mrs. Bert Con- mlh, float chairma in wev- mus years, :rying to get enough interested oraniza- tin,,s and persons to lromote an entry in one ,of the mast .outstanding parades in the In- hrd Empire, and only 16 nfiles from "Our Town." ENGEL ATTENDS CAPITAL MEETING E. Etd, on Engel, driver edu- cation teacher ,at Cheney High School, attended ,a tw<iay cou- ference at the Nations,1 Educa- i)n Ass'n at Wngton, D. O. Mmch 25-26. The National n on Safety Educa- tion was host far the meeting. Engel is servi as a con- mtttant in connection with Chrysler Corporation's driver J editcaion car program. During the two-day session, the com- mittee reviewed the driver ed- ucation car s for hIWh schools and colleges th- out the coun,t] and  .methods to better meet the needs of the ever irmreaving number of student drivers. ASHBURN CITED--Harvey Ashburn (left) was surprised at Lions Ciub Ist week when he was presenied a plaque on be- half of Cheney Boy Scout Troop No. 56 "in honor of his unsel- fish help and assistance for Scouting in this area/' The presen- tation was made by Leland Graese, institutional representa- tive for Cheney Boys Scouts. In this picture Ashburn and Ken McCall, Cheney Be7 Scout committee chairman, admire the plaque. The plaque was the Scouts way of thanking Ashburn "for lots of little things he has done over the yeors." Cheney Youth Wins U. N. Trip Alex Raj,al,a, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rajala of Oheney, has won the annual 'UniCed Na- tion, s Pilgrimage fr Youth" comest, which entitle him to an expense paid visit to the United Natioas this summer. : Rajala, 17-year-old junior at Cheney High School, was judged first from :amortg nine finahsts onday ,in the con- test at the Odd Fell,ows H.a in Spokane. RUDOLF ATTENDS BOARD MEETING Carl W. Ruder of Cheney recently attended .the anntral board of governors 'meeting of Farmers Insuralce Exchange o.f Farmers Insurance group in Los Angeles. b Rudolf is a member of the pard and the d of direct- ]ors of Darigold Dais. of Spo- kane. ICHS Ensembles 00Win High Rating Three Ensembles ef the Che- hey High School music delart- men,t won high mtins at the Eastern W.aSlington Muc Ed- ucators Ass n. contest Sturday About 500 hi school stu- dents from 40 . lmolS in eastexn Washingtan particitt- ALEX RAJALA [ Speakers competed from North Central, Rogers, Slmdle Park, Deer Park, West Valley, Central Valley, Freeman and Mead. Each spoke on "What the United Nations Means To Me." Rajala will le'ave Spokane July 4 on a bus tour with a group of 30 young peapt:e from this area. They will travel through Oanada to the Et Coast, go to New York for a sightseeing trip and then pro- ceed to the United Nations building. Later they wiil vi! Washington, D. C. gajaa is presently running for student body preside,rtt at CHS. He is a secomi .ar de- hater .and has been sciertce symposium representative for CHS at Seattle. The coest was sponsored by the IOOF and Rebekah lodges. CANCER CRUSADE DRIVE PLANNED pril s cancer zonth, when the AmeriCan Cancer Society cond,ucts its anrmal fnd reus- ing crusade or research and education. The Cheney Branch will join the Spokane unit in a ,toc drive. It is planned to have contacts wih every, resident by volunteer workers. Mrs. Irma Conic% crusade cmirman, Mrs Stan Pierce, Mrs. A. B. Cutting ,and Mrs. D. G. Jerue will be in charge. Mrs. l,o Bal will contact Four Lakes Grange, Mrs. John, Van Brunt Amber Gran'ge, and Mrs. John Ham Tyler Grange. Members of the Cheney branch will go to the Fish Lake area. Youth groups will assist in the drive. Rites Conducted Furnlal services for Goore Pollen were ,held Saturday ha Spokane. Mr. Putlen, 85, was a pioneer of the C, heney area. As a painter an decorator he worked ,at the college nd on many Oheney homes. A broth- ev, John PuUen, surviveS. MARgETS Soft Wu'te, bushel ........ $ 1.31 White CIb, bushel ........ 1.31 Barley, ton ...................... $42.00 Gibson, McMillan Complete Seminar Two Cheney ,businessmen re- ceived commencement certifi- cates Tueay evening fter completirtg  eigl-week Smll Business M, anaemet Seminar at Spokane. The course cove'ed such topics a functions of manage- merit, record keeping, federal taxation, marketing trends and adveising ad sales promo- tions with outstanding busi- nesmnan ;and professam as in- suctors. Completing the seminar were Jack Gibson of Gibson's Thrift Store and Ted MeMfl- fan of Oheney Implemert On. SHOPPER OUT The April Cheney Shopper, hich is printed at the D.ven- port Times, is now being dis- trtbuted. The snopper is sport, cored by the Choosey Chamber of Commerce. PRESENT AT DINNER--Rebekah lodge members present at recent dinner honoring 75th anniversary of Cheney lodge wre, front row, left to right, Mrs. Olive Swegle, Mrs. Elmer Marsh, Mrs. Margaret Dere ond Mrs. Leona Daniolson, state president. Back row, SCHOOL OUT School will be dismissed throughout the Cheney Dis- trict Wednesday through Friday of next week in order that teachers may attend the annual Inland Empire Edu- cation Ass'n convention at the Davenport Hotel in Spo- kane. Mrs. Grafious Succumbs After Suffering Stroke Funeral .services for Ms. Katherine S. Grafious, widow of a missionary to the Khm- ath Indians in Southern Ore- on, wlo ,had made her home in Oheney since 1949, were hed Wednesday. Memorial .services were con- dacted at the Uted Church of Christ, with the Rev. Phil- ip L. e ofciat'mg. Gravesi4e services and burial al,towed t Riverside ceme- tery, SPOIl, ne. Mrs. Grafioua, 86, died Mon- day at 'Deaconess Hospital, !where she was taken ater sf- feting a staoke Sunday while visiting .at the tmme of her sore Dr. Louis V. Grafious, in Che. ney. Mrs. rfious was bern Kathea'ine Stugard on Feb. 19, 1679, at Cin'mti, Ohio. She raduated from the Schaufer Missiormry  School, now part of Oberlin, in Ohio. She married tte Rev. Henry L. GraCious in 1908. Mr. Gra- fions was a missionary at the Kamath I:rtdian Agency in Ore- gon. He ,preceded her in death in 1950. They ,had moved to Chertey  1949 oowin Mr. G,rafmtm' reedreanent. She was a arter meber of the United ChurcLh of Christ and beltmgnl to Cheney Tili- emn club. She ,made her Imcne t 519 Four St. Survivom are two sons, v., ,processor of at Eastern WaShington State Oallege, aI A_rtlm D. Gra- fiord, lm  at John CHEN EY TEACH ERS ON EWSC FACULTY Two (teney Igh School teanhem re listed n the visit- ing famflty ,oster for the last- era Waslnn State College 1965 mnmner session. They ave Ecln ,lngel, im struetor in drver training, and Doratcl E. Wade, Who will in, strut in the dvision of sodal sciences. Stutterers Clinic Will Start April 7 Dr. Dorvan Breitenfeldt, d- rector of the ,peeeh and heav- ing clinic at Eastern Weshing- ton State College, has amonnc- ed the beginnitg of a new pro- gram for stuttere age 16 and over. The cinic will meet Wednes- days irom 2:30 to 5 p. m. be- gin, ng April 7. Dr. Breien- feld sad several ogeings still exist and .any person interest- ed slmu.kl contact the speech arid heaving clinic iramedhte- .17 .as  patients are..seen for a dgtostC examialort plOr to beiatg seen fr therapy. The )hone aam'bar is 359-2347. Jack Philleo Named First Pfindpal Of New Fisher Junior High :School aek K. PMlleo, vice prin. cipal of Cheney Hgh l, I has been n,amed flew primipa,1 of Fisher Junar High School, Which will open in the fall o 1966. Philteo was nmed to the po- sitio. at the 1.act meetirtg o{ the Obeney School District board of directors. JACK PI-ItLIO Dr. Wiiam J. Pdggs, super- nt, saki Phieo will di- vide his time during the 1965- 66 clool year btween organ- izing a program for Fisher JurRor I-Igh and as hiffh'sehool vice pdrtcipl. He will assume full-time principal duties fr the 1966-67 sclmal year. Phillo is a gm4tmte of Che- hey High School, where the junior lgh chool will be lo- cated aer the .new hgh sdaal is built. He attended Was'lRag- ton State Univeasity mad East- ern Washington State College, receiving his Baehelar and aster degrees from the ht. tea- institution. He sevved in the in._nry for 3% years duing World War H arid was soparated from the armed  in 1946 as a First IAeutenant. PlRtleo joined Mh school lap, try in 1957 as football coach and mathemat. ics instructor, t, ater serving as cou.nsetor and teacher. For the past four yearn ,he has served as mathematics instructor and vice principal. 'He has been married for 23 year's to his wife, Helen. They have two daughtez, Renee, 16, wnd Jaekie, 14. 121 Used Items Up For Audion 'Fashion Fiesta' Chosen As Theme Style Show A totM of 727  i4tt, in- ctudmg ables,  el'; cots, kihen and office xmi,reqml> ! "+" + ++ m+ msm auction ,by the "lahiom Fiesta" is the theme of the ammal State ClUb style show to be resented Thursday at 8 p. m+ n the  An I-Ia lounge on .fe EWSC eamas in Cheney. Models will mehades fl'O Ms ThTS Shel, RiChard Tale, Jm-ry WhRe, ttobea-t Newton. I)enr &Melds, Robert Payne, Gae Lkherty, ttihard , William out- trie and I-Iald Groom Two EWSC factory wives will  be mode They are Mrs. R. Cedric Colnees and M. Wayne E. Newkdrk. Tickets 'are a, vailable from any Dames Club menber, and will also be available at the door. Proceeds from he an. huM, style vow goes llo t9 elbs ,scrip fired, iARsan's;   is rds' and Cet'# '2ower wttl furnish  tions. ington division o g at .Etern Wn State Colge tomorrow. Tke houses +we on the EWSC campus in Cheney. Other items to be ,auctioned are on display at the EWSC .receiving ware- house and may be inspected duhg regar busess hours. The etion  ,be ,hem a the EWSC reeedving warehouse starti_g at 10 a. m.  will continue u.ntil all items are sold. New Apaflment Building Opens Irfland Builders, Inc., Spo- kane real estate firm, ammunc- ed the opem,g of 12-unit apart- ment ,at the 1400 bock on .First street. There are 6 twbed- room traits arid 6 one-bedroom BAND CONCERT The Phoney Scltool Distriet- wde herd  will be eld Ttmsday at 8 p. m. in tbe  school auitom. Fon bands, begiamers from all over hhe district, seventh ,ad eghh lles from Betz; six, h, seven md  grad- evs from Stmset and Windsor under the direction ef Hald W. ey, wffi pe AlSo partpeting  be sixth gradem from Cmpus sdhoo under the direction of Athur BieM. About 180 children will take :part in this a Peace Corps Test Now Offered Here Ever had to chive three train's to do a chore that took one? Area ppeants x the Peace Mrs. Ernest McMil[an, Mrs. Milo Ball, Mrs. Sid Larson, Mrs. Beth Smith, Mrs. Nita Con- ley, Mrs. Earl Moos and Mrs. Elmer Tiedt. The meeting was hem March 17 to observe the organizing of the lodge here in 1890. units. Corps have td is problem. The ..... s erected ; They had ,to <hive as mtmh as outmmg wa mj 100 miles to t, +h. Peace Gus Opfur, Spokane contracta,  ...... .. a.n. e .aparmmn,rs of  lasts only a little more under matmgemem on .,, ...  is  t.l-- ,.  Another 12-tmt apcm t 1 .... +, ,,,,, _, , .... ........ ment aft1 ........ ced - Tnlra slxee  I tevdy. Once a nmnth, sarting Ion ApU 10 at 9 a. m., the Peace Crps placement test will be given t Cheney City Cuncil bers: AID TO NEEDY PROJECT PLANNED The hdies'  group of the Four Lakes Community clmrch invites all ldes in the ara vIm enjoy tyh- quilts, making baby or children's clothing, rolling bandages, embrderig, or mending clothmg to tome to Cheer mea- ing in the ehmxl besemelt Wednesday and fl+e first Wed- rmsy of each rrtont The artdes prepared are treed by oaes for the needy, Potluck lunch is served t rlon. Articles of clothing ,rm long- er needed can be put to good nse 'and will 'be avpreciated, Con}butios ,may be left ha the ohurch besement at r co.conferee. eWEATHER max. nn. pre, M)aroh 26 ............ 32 20 t. 28 ............ 31 23 t:v, 27 ............ 42 23 tic, i Mm 28 ............. 55  ,00 ]faLrh 31 ............ 62 33 .00