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Pae 2 t Cheney Free Press Fr,ay, ,My 14, 1965 qrA00 CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Eutered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Matter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every NATIONAt EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. _.[ [A SChTI_H Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year  &apos;   :. All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER JACK PIERC;E .................................... EDITOR STEVE POWIgLL, ADVERTISING MANAGER 10 Years Ago May 13, 1955 Abe Poffenroth, dean of men at Eastern Wshingtoet college or tle tst three and a half yeas, lms resigned to take over as head coach at Central Wash, in.on college. He w11 assume ,his new dies on Sept. 1. If tlm weather ,is good, Cihe- ney's third annual Kid's Day this Sattwday shonld be an overvhelmimg success, accord- ing to Ohairma Reuben Asp- luml. Members of the Lin dub, wlo spanor the cel,ebration, repm't that everyhin is organ- ized, be rough ,spots have bee ironed out and they assure an active day for a.ll .yonnwsters in the vicinity. Oheney's vohmteer fire de- partment has four new fire- men, according to Chin, los Shepard, secretary-treasurer. New me,tubers aken in the departmerrt Wednesday were Don Lambert, Bob FranMin, Bryce Fossum and Harvey Rupp. 20 Years Ago May 11, 194S EWCE's victory ,bell aang for nearly ,an hour Tuesday morn- ing fllowing President Tru- nmm's ammuneemet of the un- corMitional sm'render of Ger. The ,board of trustees of EWC this week announced the rt of Dr. Rtph E. Tiee s t-esktent of the col lege, fective at the close o the preen sctml yar in Sep- tember. Tommy Malmoe, san of Mr. nd iMrs. M. A. Mlme, cele- brated his fith biy rec- entlr wth the flin as guests: Kay I-Iavdner, ESta Lee Salt, Roseta .King, Robert and Caroline Malm0e. On Sunday a CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education. ai equipmert and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room ] 21, Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) Directory City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATiS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. I, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. CHENEY ELECTRIC SHOP Complete Wiring & Repair Electric Contracting Free Estimates. No Job Too Small. Norm Lewis 23S-6528 I CHENEY PLUMBING SHOP Complete Repair and Plumbing Service I Licensed & Bonded Marvin Becker 321 1st St. 235-6528 ....... j29tf family dinner was given in his h, ortor. V-E Day was observed quiet- ly in Oheney, with business h, ouses ctosed, and a special .rogram i'n commemoration of the victory was .held at the high school .at 10 Tuesday morning. 5Iayor L. C. Van Patten and Paul Rozetl, commander of the American Leio, spoke and special musical n, umbers ar- rarged far the occasion were hoard. 25 Years Ago May 10, 1940 Norman Hove was transfer- red to Lind as manager of the Potlatch Yards. Frances Jonson, Lester Mc- Creary. Dr. Gram Dress,let and Rivhard Mie" were new members o.f the staff af the local eege. W. J. Sutton was honored by toc,l Masons for 50 years of service to Masonry. 30 Years Ago May 9, 1935 Wilard Kaiser was elected president ,of the state Future Varmers o,f America o,raniza- tion. H. E. H,ohmquist to give the Memorial D'ay address at Spa, rgle. Zone @res,':s "Te Light of Western Stats" was playing at the local movie ose. Paradise Prairie By Lana Evans HORSE LOVERS BUSY Wedamsdar eenin Mrs. EI- vetta Lew'rs judged he rrmnt- ed units in the Torchlight Pa- l rade. Tlursday of last week the ack Lewises attended the WS- promotian of better cla,ssroom instruction. GRANGE NEWS Paradise Prairie Grange met Friday evenimg. Jim orasch took the third ,and fourth de- ,tees. A grange card prty was held at the Garntion C. cl, u,b- rooms Wednesday evening. To- morrow eveninlg there will be Eun Loiseau. On Mother's Day, Mrs. Marjorie tewrd and Vickie Mvrrisn of S,po kane were dinner guests. The Ed Bloomquists attend- ed the Greenbluff Gran,ge pot- 1,uck dinner and pr>gram Fri- day evening with the Walt De- Mls. Saturday evenin, dinner guests were the DeMi]ls and the H, oward Egatns of Spokane. Garden - "--'=ur,.u 23. There will be ttalter, work- ing, and youth events. For in- By Phyllis Schmidt formation, write or p,h,o,ne Mrs. NACCARATOS WELCOMED Alfano, S. 417 Union Ro,ad. WA Welcome to the community, [6-7560. Einkrd cHrrYn' Iralr 1 4"HAtCteOBa,sprW:irie Pr,aneer of Oregon. Naccarato is em-I..... '7 ....  , s played with Boise Cascadetm tmrse u mmeetr, ney I,umber Co. Tey are residingl a.  me ome ot Tony onoacn, ot- frha ,a.rn,- T'.'.lr, M,n,l.v I IID2al pmns were mane for tne home on Assembly Koad I clubs h ore shw t be held t M, a,y 29 at Arn,dt's Hillerest NEWS BRIEFS [Stables. The show will be ,pen Jim MPAdm fiefth ocl, I to all qua lili'ed entrants. Any- ,,h., , ,...o I o e lntereste:o may eonta,ct Sandra Shelton TE 8-1674 for School, has been conducting an I . ; .. , . , lnrormauon na or e,try. all breed do obedience classy..' . '  n, . 'at the school Saturday morn,'man, s" . .... ........ -- h,-- rne rlooons anu numaers m,gs u to 10. me ca-sffs nave . . . hO/n n O*l/:nf 2:11iOPOg: :nd liri41 have arrlved and t h.e antlcipa- ......  ...... tmn is monnhng Record books c onun, ue t,o me eau m ivtay, were - -- : ; .... , eneeKeu oy tne junior Plans are being nade to have ....... ; ... ieaaers it oecmea nat a dog show and obedierce test ' in corciusion, when prizes will our joint meeting will be held be awarded to ,the best d,os, in July with another 4-H cinb, McAdam las been an in-with jurior leader La,na E,ars structor with the Hill and Dale! in charge. Theresa Smith and Dog Cl, ub for several yem-s. His Lyrm Carison will give demon- sttions. A special meeting registea'ed German[ epherd, will be hem at the home of Son- "Silver," h wn several aarcts. To see these two work dva ShMton Tuescay. togelher is a wonderful sight. ADVENTURERS TRAVEL Billy Loise'lle, cttairman of Li, ttie League baseball this Ray Ee,rson reports tlmt his year, is asking any parents and son, Kenny, and Wes Orlob are boys age 9 to 18 who are in- now in France. The two boys terested in baseball to contact left New York MarCh 7 by him at RI 7-8904 evenings for stcamship, and arrived in irfformation. Also, ny sponsor Southhampton, where they en- who wou.M like to hetp will be j,oyed the 'h, ospitM]ty of a greatly apprecSated, frien, dly Englishman who ............ showed them around After a oreim c ma: )1 luPsSdey , trip to London, tihey" went to Dove,r and crossed the Eng- evengg at Su,rtset Sclmol. E. J. I ......... ,, ;  ..... ILSlll JnJtzc uu z' xaz. Kirkpatrick o,f the Washingten l , ' ' . . . .. zveroI] reeelveQ a ltter State Labor Bureau sloke on lo / . . .   . . *from two mls.lon,ames one Insurance coverage. Mrs. Marm I fro ....  @ ' -- ' r .......... 1. . ,.,.n.- I mmano ancI one ban- .......... . aria stationed in Tours France prm,gs s,cn,ool, gave a numm- tl .... ; " "- ;' ; fr;m events"durmghe y;r;n s i:'edaod r hat. the lun, oh room. It was done _ y neae , o- .  __ t*: ....... , .,_:_,_ aeaux, France, ann tnen lvrao- waun ,a.n uarn ,ru-,:en,, w'mc:n rid S ain she eras mastered. 1VI. Jerome ' P has givont several taIlcs at the setrool for diffe,rem occasim.s in the past and tley are alays a dlight to ,hear. I . 50 Years Ago I Lamom, and Mrs. MiMred Cas- ' I sidy of Spokane. Mick Swan- May 7, 191S son was a ,caea" at the. Davis: Koe Auto company advor- - ,,1 home aso. t'_e,,d the Maxwell, wander l Mr. ,arm Mrs. Lkd Ableman car in a full display ad. I had Mr. and Mrs. Dee ble The d,edicatian of 'tim new lmar and <hildrea for Sunday State Normal school in t'hisldinner guests. cty occurs Sturday, May 12.1 Mr., and Mrs. R. M. Plotts A special train, will leave Cite-land son Bob of Edwall were hey af,ter the reception andStmday eyeing callers at the witl arrive in SIk:ane betbre ] $olm I-Iam s. midni,lht. PERSONAL MENTIONS 60 Years Ago May 19, 1905 The recant rains have been a boon to the farmers of the vicinity. The .rains have been general and !tave soaked the ground thoroughly, assrin a tZood crop of grain and hay this oason. J. M. Perry :rts started the ereeuon of a residence Which will cost in the n,eighbor'hod of $4,000. Tyler News By Wanda Stengle REUNION HELD Joe Schel,1 drove to Walla- Wal}a with ,his brother, Mel Schell Post Falls, over the weeke:ad to visit the sister and father fr a reunion of the family. NEWS BRIEFS Friday 'night Mr. and Mrs. J,olm Itam took a car lad of Jobies, including heir daugh- ters, Sue and Kay, from the Cheney Bethel to Bethel 12 in Spokane at the Masonic Tem- ple. Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. John Ham attended the pla presented .by the Thespian Club .of C!heney High School. Sue ,participated in the INY. She was initiaCed into the Hizh School Thespians Monday. Mr. arid Mrs. LeVy Jackson arm sons ,and Mr. and Mrs. Gone Jackson. and Naren drove to Ciarkia, IdMm, where they enjoyed a weekend camping trip. Mrs. Iva Jackson is visiting in Spokane with her dauNater, Mrs. I)orothT Abbott, for sev- eral days. Mr. ,and Mrs. Rob Shea and chi6ren eneained as Sun- day dinner guests Mrs. Minta Loken, Miss Peggy Simms and Mrs. ViM,et Sharpe and daugh- ters of Cheney.. Mrs. Velma Davis spent Tues- day th'rough Thursday at Sac- red Heart Hospital in Spokane. Mrs. Beulah Sv.ansm of Rear- d,an, Mrs. Jaclde Willard of Spokane, Mrs. Verda Kelly of Mrs. Eleanor Schell wen out %r a sm,o,rga.sbovd din,nor in Spokane with her ehild'en, Mr. arid Mrs. Ron McKovn and Renee and John Robert and also 5ohn:ny SeheU for a loth- er's Day treat. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Brown called on Los Brown in Cheney Sunday and then drove t,o Spo- kane to see the new aimport terminal and to have dinner there. Mrs:. Margie Brown and her daughiers, Sharon .and Penny, attended the Nother-Dughter banquet at the Community Cimrch ,of Spagne. M, rs. E. Rosenau and son Henry were Thursday ater- noon visibors at the boone of Mr. md Mrs. Bill Rosenau. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Cboper and daughter Cindy were Monday ra,fterroa,n callers. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence K-chner attended a pary at the .lmme of Mr. arid Mrs. Tom Scott in lmnor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hogan, of Salt Ike City Stmlay evaning. SUrday dirmer uests of Mr. rd M. Bil:l ICAeth were Mr. and Mrs. Jeay. Otto mad chll- 'dren Mr. atd Mrs. Lowell Otto and children f Post Fhlts, Idaho. Arehie Becker of Pullman called on Mr. and Mrs. Alley Ablem,an on Thursday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Arley Ableman were luncheon guests of Mrs. Emily Cable of Chancy Mon- day. / Mr. and Mrs. Eve rette Retter of Spokaaae ,and daughter Terry were lortday afternoon visit- ors of Mrs. Helen Jackson and son Bill. Mr. arm Mrs. Art Stengle and son,s spent the weekend visit- in,g in Portland, stopirn in Umatia to c,ll ,on friends an the reurn trip home. Mrs. non Robinson and Mrs. Gilbert Petersan attended the Mothor-Dauhter banquet a Sprague Commumty C1Rtrch on Moniday. Beware of the average deiv- erbeca'use average drivers cause most of the traffic acci- dents! HA zone meeting. Lilac Show a card party ,at 8:30 at Paradise ptarm were discussed. [Grange Hall to be.neit the Mrs. Margo Arnd:t judged ] baseball team. The public is the loeal Arabian Playday invited to attend. horse sttow Sunday. The InMxd Empire Quarter REUNION HELD Horse Straw will be held at A famity reunion was held Sunrise Race Track, May 22, Mother's Day at the Clay Metz- ger home, with two genera- tions present. Included were Ollie Pottraz of Spokane and Gwen Frisk ,of California. No- na Metzger has received two s chotarships for a year e,a:ch, ne from Esther's S:ch, o,3l o,f Beauty and one from Mr. Lee's Beauty School. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. F. A. Con, nelly attended the funeral of her father in in Portl, and l, ast week Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jo,hnsan enj,yed a visit fro,m t!heir daughter and so,n-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I)arrel Leipham. The Wilbur Wase,nmillers re- turned Sunday from Wal,l,a Waia, where Wasenmiller sp,ke in Stateline Church, af- ter which they visited with their son, Kenny, who is at- tertding Wala W, att,a Claege. Their son Jim visited from U,p- per Columbia Academy. Eli FleMing called on the Henry Mindrups Saturday eve- nin,g. WaK JoLmscm. ttas been con- finid to a local hsp,tal for a week with pneumonia and as- thma. He returned home Mon- day evening and is reported to be much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Zander of Chelmlis were visitors at the Joe ohnsons tast week. The W. J. Cuntninghms en- tertained with a Mother's Day din,nr for Mrs. Haeele, Mr. an'd Mrs. Baird, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sars,fietd, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cornmesser and Mr. anti Mrs. Duke Pierso,n of Spokane. The Clarence Ros'se,s visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meecham and Mrs. Daisy Gardener in Pinehurst, Idaho, Mother's Day. The Pobert Kirks visited the Jack Harwood:s in St. Jah, n 1Jast week. Surday they went ing at Clear Lake. The Frank De@ons enter- The Eugene Adams spent the past weekend in Yak,ima, where they visited the E. F. Prokips ad the Lawrence John,sorts. Adams attended the credit union board of dire0ors meeting, In,and Power and Light Co., Mon day evening. Steve West participated n the Spokane Music Festival Mortday in the accordion divis- ion. Wedn, esd, ay Leshe West played the accordion at the First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. E,d West and Leslie at,t2nded the Timrs:iay evening program at P rovidence Hall at St. Luke's and Friday evening they at- tended the HiLite program at Wh, itworth College, with the outan:ding divisions of the Ms.sic Festival participating. Saturday evendng the Ed Wests c.etebrated Steve's birthday with a dinner at the PlanVation. Diane Atkinson of Che,ney was a weekend guest of Lana Evans. Friday evening they rol- ler skated at Patterson's roller code, attended a carnival Sat- urday evenirtg, and Sunday eve- nirtg they attended the Pil- grim Fell,owship a the West- minister Co,ngreation church in Spolane. The Riclard Perrys enjoyed a visit from Tern Fulton on .his return to North I)akota tom Gafornia, where he spent the winter. Saturday the Joe Pr- Iers ,of Rosalia visited. Sunday they went .to Cusick to visit with Jim Perry. Mr. arid Mrs. George Poitras ha, ve been visitittg on the coast the past two weeks ,in Seat,Ee, Everett, arm Montesan, where their son Mike is teaching. They spent Mother's Day with Poi- tras' folks in Seatle. Mr. and Mrs. B.ce Arndt and Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Evans were guests at the lo,y Dalton home Saturday evening. Mrs. Mark DalLon is visiting her dauglter and family, the Earl Rahwers of Spangle, and their son and family, the Roy Dalt2s. Mr. and Mrs. George Clark went to Chapman Lake fi:shJn this week. Sunday guests of the Dave AT WEA MEETING Mrs. Marie Ross spent the weekend inr Seattle, attending a professanal meeting of a com- mittee wiflRn the WEA, for the taine:d Mr. and Mrs. William Mason of Slatcane Mother's Day. The Don Morris)ns were in Sattle last week, visiting the la,ylards and Mr. and Mrs. C,ckburrm were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cockburn, Sr. Lt. Col. and Mrs. James Mut- ter and daughter were visitors at the Roy Dalton They are now stationed a Lincoln. Nob. See anything you like? House hunting? Well, you shouldn't have any trouble. But, by George, if you can't find the house you want to buy, we'll see what we can do about lending you the money to build one. Or perhaps you've already got a home and would like a loan to make improvements. We'll help you there, too. The important thing to consider is this: Seattle- First National Bank makes all kinds, types, sizes and shapes of mortgage, construction and improvement loans. Conventional. FHA or GI. Big or small. In town By Anna RECEPTION A reception C heney City HaI1 Mr. ad Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. honor of Mr. and Labih and FVanl L who from France served in the The babishes tiful and useful ,apes, mints, u.ts, an'd eoffe,e were cake as names of Gerald and roses. Eey Ga.nRe,rs serving. Musical given by Mrs:. on Raymond 3oarme. More ariel friends book. GRANGE MEETS At grange day evening CUSSl'OIIS o,n other events. Mr. t nett Boots airport. Emery John Babb were the sick list. nifer Labish Emery Brabb m,ents. The trumpet solo by and poems by shaw .and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. lor of Rigging, h'ou,se gu,es, of avry Ha,ptn.. Bob Harrrpton Mr. arm Mrs. all of Spokane, f,or Mother's Day. Mrs. An,n Mrs. Joe day. Last Friday ish and d'au,hr Mrs. Joe Labish Joyee attended at the er Co. bu,ilding. Mrs. Jack daughter Jackie i Day afternoon i Mrs. George Stroup ,also Day telephone n Glenn ho, and from Mrs. W. R. W. C. arm, a, of MEMEER FEDERAL DEPOEIT INSURANCE CORPORATION You're more than welcome at any of the statewide offices of Seaule-First National Bank Seattle.First National We're in business to make real estate loans. terms are excellent and so's our service. How giving us a chance to put our money where mouth is? You're more than welcome at Seattle-First.