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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER bar 49 Cheney, School.Board To Part,c,pate P Tourney Study School dislrict :has decided m a study which Class tournamenl sc&apos;h, aol board by send- A league a request to of chang- system to the e el)ass AA super- out what he adwant.ages of m that of four held aa!d then each of the to'urnaments State Tour- be m lieu off travel to.: it site for a tourrame,nt,,, play their an- at Tacoma. ,1 held at Seattle regional tour- Criticized ant sys- used for two kA sch,0ol an, Particularly considerable fans and An active Under way to re- WEEK 17.D. Post Office a week o1 ru,l, deliivery to ,here 6f year the has bee hTt1>rove- mail are canven- from the approved and kept paint- rust. The slould be turn the AA tournament to a sin,ale affair. Director Roy Miller made the motion that Che,ney partic- ipate in the Quincy s:chool board's request to the Wash- ington Interscholastic Activi- ties Ass'n to study the issue. ALl other directors voted far l /:he motion. 1 In other business it was re-[ ported that students and teac,h- [ ers on the second and third[ tioors of the high school annex , building felt the recent earth.. ] quake which heavily damaged Seattle. " I Quite a bit of motion was re-[ ported ,and the light fixtures / m one room were swinging. The schvaol board decded that a structural engineer wilI be asked to ook over the bmtdin to see if any damage has or- curved, or if there  any darger for the future. Bad Chairman Carmen Stewrt.was p'pnted to pre- sent diplomas to the 1965 'high sclmol graduates at the June 4 cammenceme,n wlAeh will be held ,at the Eastern Was'h- i'ngton Sate Col.(lege Field- house. Dr. Riggs recommended that a school calendar be 'adopted for the 1965-66 school year weh provides for school to ()pn September 8. The calen- dar was adopted. Church Request Approved The baa:rd 'approved a re- quest from St Rose of Lima Cath:o,lic Church for use of the annex building June ] 0 (hrough June 19 for the Vaca- tion Catechism School. Dr. Riggs reported that the first day to file for school di- rector positions is September 3, and the hst day is Septem- ber 17. Deadline for filing a resolumn for the special elec- tion to be: held with the school director election is September 17, and the lt day for voters to register is October 2. The ffeneeal school district election will hn be held N Help Needed FOR LITTLE LEAGUE Chene's Little League is in may find Some re-[desperate need of funds fr x this spring [b.ase,ball equipment ,a winter of l A pancake feed will ,be held t n:a saw many[May 27 from 5 to 8 p. m. in ed by snow / the Cheey City H,aH All pro- t ' / ,- " . . :: . t reeds from thrs money msrng meet these project will be used to pur- bute to a chase and repair equipment. 'crY oper-I Dr. J. B. Mu,rphy, finance result in committee chairman, said tick- the entire ets may be purchased in ad- vance :from paren or team AI2 p, in, o r Roy W. resident in a at Jerue P.ra. Wash., was a logging Dixie, Walla raised in the also lived at he was post- Widow, Lor- his mother, and a MaN 'Riverside Mem- '(00hke Gets romotion .................. CHENEY TEAM AT WORK--LeRoy Monson and John Kieffer of Cheney High School are shown at work during the 1965 Plymouth trouble shooting contest held -- ppy Sale Dates Set The ,annual poppy sale wil] be held May 21 and 22, Mrs. Ernest Harr, chairman, an- nounced. Poppies are made by veterans at Spokane Veteran's ttospital. "The po,ppy begins to assist bcSore it leaves 't, he hand of the dis;abled veteran. Making poppies helps speed the lon hospital ho,uz. The work is a change from the normal hospi- tal routine. For many, it of- fers the only opportunity to earn money during the year. It brings ,a fee,ling (ff accom- plishment to men who have been hospitalized far months, or years, giving them the self l at'sf, action that can oa be aehieve,d through 9edctive labor," Mrs. Hart said. A portion of the Woceeds, after the veten  been vember 2 ozd newly elected school directors wl take of-paid, is kept in She local Ame- ice as soon as election returns i lean Legioni,-- auxili,y mit are certified. [cWrld weVare and veteran re- The cunty organization [habi,litation work. The - committee has hed,uled a [ n,izaon clinic d ettes for hearin:g on Cheney Sehl Dis- [ needy moVhe are part of this trict No. 360 director district[program. boundaries May 25 at 7:30 p./ m. in: the county courthouse. I Richard Meyer Wins Award Richard Meyer, 1964 Cheneyl high school graduate, has won the I $300 Sears Foundation sophomore[ year scholarship for use next 1 year at Washington Ntate Univer- [ sity. I at Wvsh- has t maj officers nof Mr. . Gesohke, Science ma. fo entl, Y elected raterity, the nex fall menbers or at the dor. A parents ore urged to help with the ticket sales since fn@s are needed now for equ'ipment. PrepG00dW$ Appear On T. V. A 15-piece stage band from Cheney High Sclmol has been, invited to appear o,n the HQ I televion show, Q-6 Spot- liRht" tomorrv at 7 p. m. in I conjunction with Lilac Festi-] val week. [ Appearing will be Micky McDonough, Re,nee Phlleo, Carol Sooy, Berta WaM, Mar- lena tIoove,r, Pat King, Dale Buob, Bill Brooks, Dan Britts, Nancy Johnson, Meredith Ma- manakis, Doug Wiln, Dick ocom o:nd Rick Gdwin. Di- rector HaId Harvey will ac- company them. Cadets Will Honor Mayor, Patterson Nolan E. Brown, mayor of Cheney, and Dr. Don S. Patter- son, Eastern Washington State CMlege peesident, will be hon- ,ared next Friday (May 21) by a formal review of the EWSC Reserve Officers Tvainin Corps co, data. 12. CoL Ectar R. Fenste- reacher, EWSC ROTC eom- in officer, sam the re- view by the corps of cadets will be held on Woodward Field startineg at 11 a. m. The public is invited. CADET--Richard Meyer of Cheney, at left, has won a $300 Sears Foundation scholarship' award at Washington State University and is also cadet of the month in the army ROTC. He is shown with Bill Mance of Seattfe, also a WSU cadet. Meyer, a freshman at WSU, re- ceived the award by making the highest grade point average a- mong nine Sears Award winning freshmen during the 1964-65 school year. Meyer is completing his second semester at the Pull- man school. He is also the cadet of the month in the army reserve officers train- ing corps and is an active Cougar Ranger. He is majoring in agri- culture and has been named to the WSU honor roll. Meyer, son of Mrs. Marie C. Meyer, Rt. 2, Chancy, is a mem- ber of Sigma Chi fraternity. eWEATHER max. min. pre. May 6 ................ 60 28 .00 Mmy 7 ................ 63 33 .00 My 8 ................ 67 36 .00 May 9 ................ 73 39 .08 May 10 ................ 73 40 .00 Mayll ... ............ 75 48 .00 May 12. ............... 76 48 .00 SERVING:; SOUTHWEST SPOKANE i! Washington, i FridaY' May 14, 1965 ;at Seattle. The Cheney High School team wm ae of 26 two man teams that represented high schools throughout Washington. last Saturday _= 'SANDRA JENICKE ITours, Luncheon RECEIVES HONOR [_ . .... , I Wdl Feature Sod Mr. and Mrs. E.Mon Jenieke, 1,2., --., .... has been named secretary of l|ewr| w__f the year at Walla Waa Col-] I # ,, vv,l lege, College Place, where she/ is a senior secretarial science [ This is the llth year that the major. ' Nation,al Association of Soil & Miss Jenicke was chosen on Water Conservation Districts {he basis of cha.racter, person- has observed Soil Stewards)hip ality, grade point average, sec- retarial skills, contribution to school and department and ex- pectations of future achieve- merit. She plans to teach secretar- ial science and home econom- ics at Gem State Academy next year. G. W. Laufer, W, flaimed Bypath George W. l.Lfer, 99, who was knmw as "Uncle George" rio rmmy friends, died May & Funeral services were held at Jrue Funeral Home Mo- ay with bu,rial ol'oin at the Asotin, WaSh. cemetery. Mr. Iufer was born Nov. 19. 1866, at Mi'l',waukee, Wis. tn 1909 he moved with his moer, lyrothr and sister to 1 Asotin. He hter worked as a clerk at the Ban Marche de- )avtment store in Seattle and s,ome years later for the Bau- meister department store at Asotin. He spent a number of years ,as a proprietor in the Thunder Mountain area in Suthcentral Id/aho and along he Sahnon river. In 1929 he and his sister came to Cheney to make their home. He made h,is home with the Bert Wahl family on Rt. 3 the vast three years. Many area residents will ra- n[ember "Uncle George" ad his weekly walks to Oheney alon,g the highwaY. STOCK ENTRIES EARN RIBBONS FOR STUDENTS Several ChancY High Seheol, students won blue ribbons for their stock in the Jurtiar Live- stock Sloppy last wek a Spo- kane. Wiming blue ribbons were Caaw Rueppel, Ga. Saoy, Frank Best. Nelson Cordill Jr., Carol Sooy, and Ann Cordg: 1. Win, ning red ribbons were ary Sooy, Caxl Sooy, @ary. ] Rueppel, Ann Gardill, Delvris Stelzer, Rex I-Iarke and Jhn Jordan. PuvchFasing stock were Owl Drug Store, Mrs. Carence Htghes, Mrs. Leslie Moe, Cha- ncy Department SPore, Brown & Hal)tar, Cleney Bran,ch, Seat- tle First National Bank, Mos- man's, A1 Weisaaan, Oheney Grain Grawea's, H, ar, old Harvey, latctiffe Co., Bairs IGA and Boots Insurance. Ou of town purchasers of Cheney stock entries were Ikd Conlee of Spokane d Edwalt G,ran Growers. RITES ATTENDED Mr. and Mrs. Glen Judd attend- ed graveside services for a bro- ther-in-law, Jack I. Anderson. Mr. Anderson died at his home May 4 at Long Beach, Cal., where funeral services were held. He is survived by his widow, Rita, a sister of Mrs. Judd. Mrs. Ander- so is visiting relatives in St. John and Cheney this week. Week which starts Rotation Sunday. This year the week of May 23-30 ,has been designated for the observance: The ladies auxiliary of the Southwest Spokane SWCD has accepted the promoion o,f the Soil Stewardship program as their project for the .year. On Monday, May 17, a tour of the SWCD .has been organ- ized for .local church minis- tes. It will begin a 9:30 a. m. at the Soil Conservation Ser- vice office in Cheney. It is plamed tolserdpat of the m visi the Tumtmli We ,Re near :Chevy. The group  then cvtinue souvd toward Amber, studying conservaUon practices beizg ecanonically applied in that area. A noon luncheon sonsored .by the aux at the lmme cf Art Halverson. Espanl, will conclude the yar. In past years the district has taken prt in .the obsevnce and furnished booklets, pro- grams and inserts fox use with- in the chuyches. Liltle Damage From Stripe Rust Likely This Year Sipe rust is unlikely to be much of a menace to Washing- ton:'s wheat crop this year. And chances 'are good that the .yel- low stTipeS produced on wheat leaves and stems by the fn- gus will be hard to find in most fields. Chyon B. Kekey, cotmty ex- tension gt, sid this weg come news eoeaeernin the smetimes dstmetive disee has just bean received from Dr. J. Waiter Hendrix, Wash- inlgton State University plant pathologist. A mkl.Ap rust sur- vey of vlmat ,maets by he WSU stripe rust resemher ttivned up less evidence of infection than a similar mn've a year ea$1ier. And Dr. Hendrix's research mordtorig device,s to detect spore showers slmw tittle spore m)vement to date. Little Damage Expected "Recent rains probably spread rust spares aaonnd some, but it wgl take about two weeks or symgtons of infection to show up." By that time," Dr. Herdrix notes, "wheat will be petty well alo toward maturity nd a stripe ruse buiMup would do little d,amage." Olnces of any .eld reduc- tion due to .stripe rust are slight a this tune. Con,ned rain, however, could eatse some damage to wheat at higher ele- xations of the Palouse vVhere growth has been slvwed drn by the co1 sg. MARgETS White Club, 'buel ........ $ 1.34 Soft White, bushel ........ $ 1.34 Brley, ton ...................... $42.00 Oats, ton ........................ $44.50 Wednesday quotation. FOB Chey. COUNTY Single Copy I0 Cent Vice President Humphrey Appoints Richard Hagelin To Air Force Academy Richard H. Hagelin III, son of Dr. and Mrs. Richard H. H, ageAin, has received an al pointmet from Vice Presidenl Hubert H. Humphrey to the U. S. Air l%rce Academy at Colo- rado Sprirgs, Colo. agelin, 18, Oheney High School senior, received notice of Ms appointment in a letter from Maj. Gen. Robert H. War- ren, USAF tteadquarters at the Academy. Hage[in i the second Cha- ncy graduate to receive an ap- pointment to a military acad- emy m the last two years. Charles Dittmar, a 1964 grad- uate, is aw a first year mid- shipman at he U. S. Naval Academy, Ana.p,alis, Md. Hagelin and Dittnmr are be- lieved to be the only (Tneney graduates ever to receive ap- )ointments to a U. S. Military academy. Hagelin was also tendered a nomination to the U. S. Mili- tary Academy at West Point and the U. S. Naval Academy by former U. S. Rap. Walt H(a- an. He chose ,however. to com. 'pete with six othex ymm:g men elsehere in the nation r one Vice Presidential appointment A personal 'letter from Vice President Hffm'lha-ey notiPying him of his selectio is expected startly. Will Rep-t June 28 He l,1 repo Ju,ne 28 for 7 weeks of bic Ah" Foce Acade)rny training. After i%ur years he w be grada)ated as a Second Lieutenant in ,the Air Force. Hagelin h,as attended Cha- ncy chools d.uxing his entire 12 years .of primaxy and secon- dary education. In additi(m, he has been takng a fszzan mathenmtics eurse at Eastern Walton State OoUeu his senior yeer under m exceller. ated program based on Ual. Payment Ordered . On Damage Charge, Lawn Is Damaged John W. Walden was ordered to pay $16 in damages to William R. Odell, member of Kappa Chi I.mbda fraternity, 119 West 1st street, after Odell signed a com- plaint charging Walden with damage to private property. Odell also stated the Walden acted in a disorderly manner by entering the fraternity without )eing invited. He damaged the fra- ternity lawn by driving his car on the grass after being asked to leave, Odell complained. The in- cident happened May 2. Walden's address and occupation were not given hl the omolainL , ..... Other Cheney Justice and Po- lice Court results the past two weeks are as follows: Police Court--Yvonne Kirking- burg, Spokane, speeding, fined $12; Jeff J. Penichet, 19, Seattle, minor in possession of beer, drink- ing while driving, speeding, fined $47; Deanne 1 Mitchell, Spokane, speeding, passing in 25 m.p.h. zone, fined $17. Harry G. Wirth, Jr., 318 B St., speeding, forfeited $12; David P. Heidecker, at. 1,, speeding, fined $39; Robert M. Eigell, Spokane, speeding, fined $12; Robert J. Stokke, Otis Orchards, failure to stop, forfeited $12. Justice Court--Lloyd Williams, speeding, forfeited $20; Fred E. Halbert, 322 North llth St., de- fective lights, fined $10 (suspend- ed), $6 costs; Gonzalo Delafuente, Pasco, improper pass, forfeited $29. ADDITIONAL ART WINNERS NAMED Additional Cheney students who earned awards in the Greater Spo- kane Music and Allied Arts fes- 'rival have been announced by their instructor, Mrs. Robert Han- rahan. Mary Boots was outstanding in the graphic arts junior divis- ion; Carolyn Camp was rated ex- cellent. In the open class junior division Marianne Johnson  rated out- standing. Miss Boots and Miss Johnson won first place ewards. HANRAHAN WINS CONTEST AWARD Dan Hanraan won a first place award in his class in the annual Spokane County judging of the Keep Washington Green contest. Kenzy Joyner won a second place award and Colleen Dough- arty was third. Patricia Edamat- su and Phyllis Erickson received honorable mentions. Winning posters wili be for- warded to Seattle for the state judging contest. PTA PRESIDENT IS INSTALLED Charles Shepard was installed as president of the high school PTA for the 1965-66 school year May 5. Others installed were Mrs. Enid Oswald, vice president; Mrs. Lor- raine M:cMillan, secretary, and Mrs. Marcia ace) treasurer. Dr. Waldemar Dahl spoke on "Comparative Education Between Russian and the United States on the Secondary Level." The next meeting will be in September. RICHARD H. HAGEL1N He is an Egle Scout  tas Hbe president f  Na r Society chapter at (Yae- ney High So. Hage.lm lettered in footl ad wreli.g and e0ted n the Se high scal mim, meet    a e f ten from 0hemy. He m<md furth in e stroke finals. He spent three yea at Camp Cowl, s on Dimnond Lalve a a member of the water front staff of e Boy Scouts of America. He.has--riled the high school in severl sem- inars, one off  s'ocmored by the University f Washi- ton at Liberty Lake. an has also bee,n active m the United Church of Christ Youth Fellowship. Hgen wil'l be ova of seven hen,or graduates at the Cheney Hi, gh Schol eammencememt !exercises June 4. tIis ther .is an cr off physi, cal education at Fst-- ern Washington State College, He is also a neutenam clonel: in the Irffantry, U. S. Army Reserve, and is an instructor in the Sokane U. S. Air Foc School, Oonmnd and General Staff G(l)lege. The Ihager reside at 108 North Fourth Street in Cheney. Pilots, Bunker Fish Two Pan American Airline pi- lots, R. W. Hawley and C. W. Wolf, triedtheir luck at fly fish- ing last week at Williams while the pilots were Frank Bun- ker's guests. Bunker met the pilots while on trips to Honolulu. They make their home in Seattle. Ferguson Discharged Stuart Ferguson, son of Ir. and Mrs. Jack Ferguson, was dl. charged from the U.S. Navy Ap. ril 12 and is now working at his parents' business, The Malt Shop, until he enrolls at Eastern \\;ash- ington State College for summer quarter. ON HONOR ROLL Shiy ley Roberts(m, freslm-mn, md Elizabeth Thomsoa soph- omove, Cheney High School grad, uales, quMified r the University off Washington h(m- or roll for winter quarter. How r vo students must have a grade pint of at least 3.5. FIRE ALARMS Fire Dist. No. 3 Tuesday, May 11, John place near Tyler, brush fire cov- ering 15 r. Th., units re sponded from District 3 and two from Tyler. Units left Cheney at4:05 p.m. and returned at 7:45