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Pae 2 Cheney Free Preva Friday, May 21, 1965 "rAp CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED I896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Eutered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Mater under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every N ATIO N At Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year EDITORIAL During WW II, Rev. Wacker was a chaplain in the front lines in Europe. Men OF the church had a fellowship breakfast Saturday morni,ng. One breakfast is planned each month. AH men and teenage boys are invited to attend. Ladies ,OF the church last Tuesday herd a clean-up day and also plartted trees and shrubs donated by C:het&apos;s Greenhouse. The ladies also Seattle as over Stzaday guests. Mr. ,arid Mrs. Joe Labish and Jennifer spent last Sun- day at Mt. Hope with Mrs. Arma Labish. Birthday diaaner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup for Mrs. W. C. Harmon last Sun,day was atten,ded by W. C. Harmon of the Snake river country, Mr. and Mrs. Jack MacLean aId family of Post Fails and Mrs. Hattie Evenson ,of Pasco. All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year don*ated fl, owers. Mrs. Celia Kelly returned home last Monday ,after" spend- G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER JACK PIERCE .................................... EDITOR Little Leagu Discussed in.g, .two days at Little F.+ls STEVE POWELL, ADVERTISING MANAGER i wlen ner cmugntar aim ramny, Friday evening at 7:30 p. t the E. R. Shams. Paradise Prairie J m. a meeting was held at Wind-[ Mr. and Mrs. David Buddri- By I.ana Evans bseball team, hich is now Ph]Eips and Mr. and Mrs. Clar- GRANGE NEWS belong organized. Bill LoiselL, ca,re Davis 10 Years Ago May 20, 1955 Jan Caldwell, valedietoriart. and Joyce F,osum, saturator inn, have earned the highes sclo,stic achievement of the 1955 grduatirg chss of Che- 1my high set}cot, Principal George A. FiB,her announced. A full weekend of activities in Spokane at the Lilac Festi- val ,has been ,almanged for Mss Cheney, Detl Aplnd. Lt. Col. Eccles H. Scott has assumed eomrnnd ,of Dastern Waghiagon college's reserve officer aining corp. Furm,ral services for Mrs,.] Freda J. arvin, .an early rest- 1 den f Cheney, were he,duma, last[ week in Modesto, Calif. She lived in California for many years. Death followed a M'ng] illness. 20 Years Ago May 18, 1945 The Cheney judging team won the IMard lmpre Fat Stock judging and gradin,g con- test n a field .of 27 high ,sChool t.ems at the Spokane Ju,nior Livestock slmw ,held at the Old Union Stockyards May 8 to 11. RepreseItmg Che*ney Future Farmers were Pred Syy, Dean Deanny and George Schmidt, with Bob Goldner and Joe Tiedt as alterlmtes. Osborne Belsby of Amber l Ires received the Purple Heart warded postlmmousl to :.his brother, Pfc. Shl Belsby, relic was kitld in the campaign far Mnflla. The decoration will be senti Ix) Bel@by's mother in Nor- way. Among those gradu, airg re- cent;y from an intensive cou, rse of basic en.,gheerin tratnin, g t Great Lakes Service SIm01s was A. O. George Fo- sum, 26, husba of Mrs. Grace Fassum, Cheney. Betty Mac represent- ed Oheney High School as tia. ces Cheney at tbe annual May festival held at Whitworh col- lege Saturday. Dayton Stewart f Spokane, CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- al equipment and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121, 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 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERV!CE Wiring Elect. Heat' Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 H, City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235.4732 i i ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phmm 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. CHENEY PLUMBING SHOP Complete Repair and Plumbing Service Licensed & Bonded I Marvin Becker 321 1st St. 235-6528 , i29tf a pioneer Cheey editor, was a visitor at the Fred Re*uter and Sam Webb humes Sunday. Word from Conressman Walt tto,ran is that Dr. Albet I'. Ludwig of the EWC faculty was a recent visitor of He,ran in Washington D. C. Frank Sch, adegg left last week to vteit ,his son, Cpl. Fran- cis Schadegg, who is stationed in Oktah, om, a City. He will also visit rehtives in Kansas, Iow*a and Illilmis and wial be gone] a month. 25 Years Ago May 17, 1940 Mrs. Elizabedh Ballinger and her to,or sons were reunited for the first time in 35 years on MoVher's Day. Roy Jansen, Freddy Router a.rd Elmer Corder were in-I iured in the unl6adingt of a s.teel be,am ,at the Rodn,a ware- house of the Cheney Grain Growers. Gra,ce Harr be,came the bride o George Fss:um. 35 Years Ago May 16, 1930 Paul Gaiser was not given a new contract as superinte:nflent f .sc,hol,s for C, heney. There wre 221 ,applicants rot diplomas at the N,orm,al School. 50 Yea rs Ago May 14, 1915 Goverrtov Lister and other notables we,re to be present at the dedication of fhe new Nor- real School on 1Viay 22. (ares Schel has been planthag potatoes in lormal Park. The Free Press this week in- slalIed a tvo-maazine MI K Linotype machine. The larg- or pave of  week's issue las beo composed on he machine by an 18-year.old boy vho nev- er before com,psed a ine on the machine. 60 Years Ago May 19, 1905 Messrs. Eld, son, Brooks and George Brown drove to Spo- kane Friday evening Whetted up to .see 20 rounds, more or less, of gocl prize fighthg. Af- ter paying $3 each for their seats they saw abe,'at 20 see- ends ,of the scrap and hey Tonight will be meeng n,iht for Paradise Grange. A card party will be held at 8:30 p. m. tomorrow evening in the grange ,hall. At the last meeting o,f Four Corner Grange, Llo. d Hill was initi'ated in the third and fou:rth degree. A soeetal Moth- er's Day program was held during which every mother was hon, ore,d with verses and poems wrtten by Finn Lind- berg. Paper roses made by Mrs. Ll,oyd Lovell were pre- ] se,nted. BALL TEAM ORGANIZED The Paradise Grange .base- ball team has been organized for the 1965 sea,on. Team members are Alan Layton, .catcher; Jim Toland, p,iteher; Jim Moraseh, first btse; Bill Cockburn, ,second base; George Ergel, 'hird base; Bill Iatp- pinachi, shortstop; tarry Buth, left field; Jim Cole, center field; A1 Morasch, right field. -The eam won its first game aainst McIntosh, 15-14. Their schedule for the 1965 season is: ay 23, Tri Community, 2 p. m., Underhill Park; June 5', Sprin,ghitl, 7 p. m., Clark's Field; June 6, Moran, 2 p. m., Underhill Park; June 10, bye; June 13, McIntosh, 2 p. m., Rockford; June 17, Tri Com- munity, 7 p. m., Comstock Park; June 20, Springhill, 2 p. m., Unde,rhill Park; June 24, Moran, 7 p. m., Comstock Park; June 27, bye. MARRIAGE RITES HELD Miss Sherry Ann Wasley, daughter of Mrs:. Lois Va,sley of Spokane, and Gordon Block- er, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Gary Bleeker, Rt. 1, were united i marriage May 8 at he Mar- slaU Community elmveh. /fter a wedding trap to Bryce Can- yen, Utab, and Yellowstone Park, the cotple are residi i'n Spokane, where Mr. Dlee,k- er 1iS employed. EXTENSION CLASS HELD The Spokane Cotrnty Exten- sion office is now hodirg a vorkslmp on ref'mihin fur- niture. The first meeting was held la, st Thursday at the Car- rmti,on Hotess room with sev- eral homemakers' groups pres- ent, reported Mrs. L1;oyd Log- ell of the Fou'r Lakes Hub Club. The next meeti will be ra two,day workshop at the Fotr Lakes Township Hall. For irfformation centact agents Ruth Gould or Helen Stens- gaard ,at the county extensioa office. CHURCH NEWS director, urges ,all boys be-] tween the age,s ,of 9 an!d 19 in this area to participate. "A L OFFICE Mary K. Poore, 4a, ttghtev of Mr. and Mrs. Loe O. Poore, CArney, ,has been e,Iected treas- urer of McMin Ial at W, hitworth College for the 1965-66 academic year. Miss Poore, ra sophomore, is a gmduate .of Oh'eney High School and transfer from Bat. ern Wshiagton State OIee. She assumed the res9on.sibili- ies of her new office dung the first week f May. A 1.ittered campsite c, be a dangermts campsite '.. barns, alLs aId drowlgn can he the esult ,of careless camping. RESIDENT MOVES Mrs. Diane Mackey and daughter, Lisa, daughter u'nd granddaughter o,f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greene of /arshall I moved to Walla Walla los{ I Wednesday. FUNERAL ATTENDED i Mrs. Dick Me,rill attended the funeral Tuesday of Colleen i Merrill in the Christial church at Garfield. SUBSCRIBER WELCOMED Mr. and lrs. George Poit- ws, Rt. 1, are nw stascbers to the Cleney Free Press. Dana Euans, RI 7-4936, vitl be hap- py to take you subscription. PERSONAL MENTIONS A MoIday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe JOhnson was Jerry. Fulton, with the Umted States Army, who was formerly sta- tioned in Germany add is now on his way to Fort Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bar- stad and childre,n were Satur- day night guests o,f the George Cheerers. Steve Barstad spent the weekend with Gordon Cheerer. Sunday evening guests were the Mel Bedients Mrs. Viola Phillips, Mrs. An- :,a PhitRp,s and Mrs. Rachel Bhc:s,haw accompanied Mrs. Esther Stelzer last Friday eve- ning to the open house at Four Lakes Grange Hall. They all enjoyed the program. v :NEY By Clarence A. Kelley SCS Technician Three conservation educa- tional tours have been conduct- ed throughout the Suthwest Spokane SWCD s.o far this of Cheney. spring. The objective o,f each Mr. and Mrs. Bud Fisc,her tour was to promote better un- returned last week from a derstarding of .he .local area. month's vacation in California. city-farmer relations, abund- They visited frie.nds and rela- once of natural resources ,and tires in Pale Alto, Sacramen- to and Redding. On their re- turn trip they stopped in Vir- ginia City and Ren,o, Nev., and visited the pinnacles in San Jose. At a pinochle party at the Fischers were Mrs. Warren I-larnon and family of lVksoow, Idaho, Roer Marnmn and family of Spolrm, G;,any Hood of Mi,Iton-FreewateT, Mr. arid Mrs. Didricksen,r of Milton- Fronted, znd Mr. and Mrs. Jack ttubhamd of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Ed WeSt, Mr. and ls. Don Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Heath and Mr. and Mrs. Htgh Foy enjoyed diter and alarming in Spoka Saturday evondrg. Mrs. Ed West, Steve and Lsie attended a smair stu- ,deist recital ,at onzaga uni- versity Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Greger- son of Spokane were Monday guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greene. Larry West ,attended the birthday party of Sandy Sat- terfield of Geiger Heights Sat- urday. East Cheney :have been tryirg rio cMuate The Reg. Grant Wacker of! ever sin:ce if the 20 rounds is Los Angeles wR ,be the guest wortih $8', how much is 20 sec- speaker May 30 at the Mar- ends worth? [shall Com,murfity Ohttrch. Rev. 17 e.o leathered in Wacker has been associated About ,__ p g , . J ' " the ,office of Da,nie and Bu- [ with Billy Galam, and also: ohInn l.f "';=ht aa nomat I with the Evaelical CHe e ed the foil,owing ticket: For[ at Springfield, M,o. He is eur- mayar--I. J. Batli,nger; cun-[renflY with the United Fu'll cilmen--L. H. Houck. N. N. Pe-[Gospel Busness Men's Intern- tel'son, S J Daniel:s. Gerge[ti'ona,1 as field repeseiataive. Mrs. Don Hengi and family of Stewart I MARY POOREWINS THERE'S A NEW PLACE TO BUY By Anna Phillips East Oheney Grange meets this Friday evening ,at 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Mayfield and family of SpOkane were lout Stm@ay dirmer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vern arrinen. The occasion was Mrs. May- fieM's birthday. Mr. and !rs. Robert SIxan- ger and amily :had Mr. and the development ,and conser- vation of these resources. The first tour, held in late April, was at the request of a Spokane Garden Club. This was an adult grmrp ,of city lad- ies whose primary interest was. to learn more about conga- FRUITS, VEGETABLES, SHRUBBERY, FLOWERS AND PLANTS. IT'S called FOLAND'S PRODUCE 1121 FIRST ST. CHENEY IIII II YOU NOW HAVE UNTIL MAY 30, 1965 CH ET'S FLOWERS I IIII I I tion activities locally, l lazed pruning and n early May 50 students I demonstratin was o from West Liberty E]ementarylthe Joe Lab!Sh fl in Spangle were conducted on J group , .conun.e, an education tour. The tour{mrougn tne gram was instigated by Paul Poeter,/areas, concluding w science instructor, t cheon .a.t. the Art _ Students from the 6-8th arm. This mncneon grades were shown belch .good sore.d by the aura ,aary and bad farming paetiees from Spangle to Cheney. E m There is no scale phasis was placed o the ,need for crop rotatioa,s and land cap- abilities and uses. A woodland thinning and pruning demon- s:tvation wase held by Joe Lab- sh on his farm south of Che- ney. Labish has been under a continuous woodland manage- me.qt program since 1957 and has thin:ned and pruned well over 100 acres. Strip Cropping Discussed Other conservation practices viewed and discussed with the students included strip co'op - ping, range management, saa waterways, open drainage, tile , drain, age, till'age, crop residue use, contour farming and wild- life hab:.tat development. Also attending this tear from West Liberty were Don Johnson, principal; Mrs. Futler, social studies; and Mr. Dens'on, English department. This week, in recognition of the ehurc'h clergy, a tour was held to promote Soil Steward- ship Week May 23-30. The group, 15 in number, bega'n with a visit to the Turnbull Wildlife Refuge. Later a wood- measm'e the success tours; one onty derstarding is relationships. Trustees To The board o,f Eastern l lege has meeting in the of the Sp,okane Club m. May 21. Buli-Leney Robert Gee, ly sold an to Ernest Trodel, Was+hington. Course Com Do,hold J. Heln% martager of Company, Ford Cheney, was ed from the agement course the San Francisco keting Institute. e 1 U ir2? n the h temrn !without more rT, 2'11 and ;shall be lost in a world rushing by at ever-increas* speed: but with more kn, we may well be buried under mountains of knowledge we ;. pilin up. We must someh learn to cIimb these as we build them. aaqd stay on Oliver t. Reier m LUN- tEON 6 OZ. TOP SIRLOIN! TOSSED GREEN SALAD WHI PPED POTATOES CHOICE OF BEVERAGE! O 11:00 A. M. TO 2:00 P. M. The RED BARN EATING HOUSE, CHENEY e : Does it make any : difference where you buy : a Bul0, a? .-:>:4X< @ @ " It sure @ :?.+ . does! : LEADING LADY ,,r- JET Smart and Trim and tiny wtth graceful advapcd 17 jewels. styllnjL 21 Jewels. Stainless :!i Yellow or white, Self-winding. $49.95 Aho availabll ,ate. Black Dial. $49.95. TAKE NINE MONTHS TO PAY SMITH JEWELER Cheney