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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 68---Number 51 Cheney. Washingl,m Frid:ay, May 28, 1965 Single Copy I0 Cent= , " 120 Seniors Are Listed des To Cily Council; On CHS Graduation Roll appeared be- council Tuesday much it wil, l co &apos;have a public lib- on-collcge adults wlo see that the college library is a place designed for s eriou.s students and scholars, and therefore are reluctant to use it, school chJl- dre.n who have leisure time Baccalaureate Tuesday, 0000woeo e0iC Instrud0r Graduation Next rnu y"r'aa-- 1966, the group vter sehool and during schoo,1 injured In Smash n the Sp,okane holid, ays, and all children and system, have at adults who have worthwhile Baccalaureate for the 1965 Ohoney High Sclmol senor class orth of books ireading in,terests not covered Staff Sgt. William C. Ash will be :leld Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the high sehl auditorium. system in Che,ney E in school curricula, member of the Eastern Wash- Commencement will be held is year in the Eastern Wash- and :have access The cotmeil informed the li- in gten State College reserve i rgton State Field House next Friday, Ju.re 4, also at 8 p. m. their stock of brary group that during pve- oJicers trairdng corps insta'uc- are orth liminary budget hea-ings in tore staff, was in the inten,ive The ciass has chosen "Past, ] :v;ikki L Arnold, Robert J July they could begin to tell i care vcard at Deacotes H, osp,i- Present, Future" as its thme. figure wou,ld whether there wouM .be tzl Wednesday foil:owing ij.ur- This year's class has 120 can- !Ayes, mas S. Barnes, ,on" i lfie J. Beke, Ruth E. Bell, ]Jefll- a rouen in the rough money for a lib'ary.  ies suffered in a head-on auto- didates for graduation, Princi- el K. Berrsoaa, S. BitAng, $3,810 for Itruck ellison Tuesday night, pal George Fisher anne,traced, i Tt.rc rented space in Fluoridation Dirussed .... Sgt. Ash, 41, was a passe- Honor Candidates Listed Curti's J. Boisj, Gail J. But- that make A grotrp of tvo physicians 1965 HONOR STUDENTS---Nine honor studentk WBI graduate ger in ,a car driven by George Ioror graduates are Edna ler, Edzm M. Oheever, Rogex me: one mill and a den.tt a,p0eaed before with the 1965 Cheney High School senior class gommence- F. Slan, 50, Medical Lake, Cheever, Patricia E ,atsu, A. ianson, Sharon L. Co r3" lbrary, the eottrmil to discuss fhJovida- meat June 4 at the Eas#ern Washington State!|lee Field which collided with a truck Lin<ta Gray, Car Fackz'e1, bit. far a space .in lion. A physician pointed ot House. They are, front row, oeft to right), Linda Simpson, Berta an4 trailer 2.6 miles suth of Richard I-Iagelin, Eric Leiffh- Stephen Craig nirger, Linda Simpson, Midaael Stephen M. Craig, Jart Y. 20 yearly; that fluoride is a mine r,l naJ- Wahl, Pat Edamatsu and Linda Gray. Back row, Cerla Fackrell, Spokane on Highway 10, near Snp p and erta Wal. Daltg, Caa'lels D. Davis. service tr.ient which wheat added to a Richard Hagelin, Mike Snapp and Edna Cheerer. Not shown Ge:.ger Field. Baccalaureate invocation Frrmks E. Decker, Katllee A. room were city's water reduces the inei- is Eric Leighninger. . An ROTC source said Ash $240 deuce of cavities m teeth. I : was undergoing examination will be given by Rev. Pbert Deininger, Michael L. Duffs, (a first- Wednesday ,but no wrd on Deviney; the address by Rev. Joan E. Duncan, Pat,cia T. -1 kas this beneficial effect, and M010rcycle Wreck 3 T he rougt6(ut zm harmful effects. He said eac rs his cortdition had been given Robert E. Mime and benedic- Edamatsu, Carla L. Faekl-'d, t  I that objections to fluoridation -- , by hi.s doctor. He is pres,umed lion by Rev. Donald Brown. Rnald K. Ferguson, ,Lee t t e re'lver the natincome frmpe" KdiS J R Purser  it Job to be in serious eondiiUon, Mike Snpp and Edna Chee-,,past,, J.George' Don E. Getrum, LindaGlay, Robert E. Gvee, Date ,, te counct ple who are not eientificaUy  however, as he was in the in- ver w,ll give talks on [] = and "Future," resptively, t L. rub, Gaff L. Grub, Judy M. ,_ <rut move i in,formed, but have 'some th,er tensive care "ard. Skran was ,aave no ur-laxe to grind, usua,ly politico,1. I trier said to be in serious condition graduation. Roger Christim- Gusseek, Sherman T. Guzana pay a library These people are alvays from Jimmie R. Purser, son of n s o I son, etass presidertt, will give Richard tt. Hagelin, Leslie A. the county .li-]places that do not ,have fluor-Mrs. Mary Griffin of Cheney, Sgt. Ash works primarily the wetcome. Heideeker, Warre F. Heine- and his wife, Al!ce, were killed  Carmer Stewart, schoo,1 mann, Verna M. Heiydt, laney a atu lays .ts [idat.ion, whereas the places Three Cheney elml Distr'ct with advanced ROTC cadets at board chairman, will present L. Hland, Leard J. Hovnev, e several.dr I that have fluoridation ave quite in a motorcycle accident May teachers have bmitted let- EWSC. Peputatmn ' ' ' h a 15 near Gra, nts Pass, Ore. term of resignatidn. They are Joyce, hs wife, said she at- diplomas and Dr. WiHam J. Carmelia H. Hufman, Ptricia nt .......... happy wth t. He cted t e c se , Mr. Purser was driving a Jack Ka, pp, Jud :Miller and tempted to visit her husband Riggs, superintendent, will pre- A. Hughes, Min, nette B. Jeske, a ve, Oy tn.e of Anltigo, Wis. a town that had .notorcyete he x as considering Wednesday but was not al- sent awards. Principal George Jerrod L. Johnson. u scn01 h- fluoridation for several years, buying and his wife was a pas- Del Bareither. : ]isher will give recognition to Nancy A. J<hn'sm, Rose M. lre-sehoolers, then voted to drop it. Four meager when he hit a curbing Mrs. Margaret VCMtfietd has lowed to see him. honor students. John:son, Rol, lene K. Jlmston, years later they discovered and they were thrown off. He been appoi':Aed t a part-tie Band Will' Play Judith K. Ki]lin, Patrieia 1. positi, on as Latin teacher at the $0il $tewarflship -Mrs. Arthur Beaudreau will King, Gene R. Kinniek, Keith D. Sels that cii],dren had 183 per cent was killed in'st!anty from a more cavities, and then the blow on the ,head and Mrs. Pur- high school. Mrs. Atta h'as been presen,t the class and rs. ovh, Joyce C. Labish, MalLne town voted to put fluoridation --v w*e ns 0bserved Mary Bell will read the tell. L. Ibish, Pa5ia N. Lane. se.r died five hours later with- granted ,a one-year leave of ab- Dilrids bak in. out regain4ng eonsciou'sness in sence because o:health ream- The sclool band, directed by Terry M. Laxn, Gretche A: Voters Favored Fluoridation a h,ospita!l, one. Dr. Wi]li=m J. Ri,s, upe.r- Gov. Da J. Evans po- Harold Harvey, will play the Iuf, Eric V. Le, Wil- provessional. Dan Noel, stu- iam A. Lewis, JoEtta M. Leis, Mr. Puser lived here in 1961 intendent, repr that Mrs. claimed the week of May 23-30 dent body president, will lead RI R. IAddell, Cye D. School The cou.ncfl responded to this while he worked at Medical Mary Bell h,s be tralsferred ts "Soil Stewardship Week" the flag salute. The Ray. Ric. Igsd, Daniel H. Lucas. cnmait- scusson by saying that this Lake. He moved to Gants Pass rom English  ]tmuage tloughout the stae, M. Es- ard J. Laphear wll .give in- " Strawther McBaIn Jr. new dreeto too would he considered in the in 1962 to wrk st a  teacher to :Mgh 1 lbrav-tar Hlverson, Espan,la, chair- vocation. Strawther B. McIrt Jr., the Cheney lreliminary budget :hearings. mill at D'fltad, Ore., near ia. , man of the Washnon Asso- Gradtmtion candidates are Judy D. MClellald, Katryn night. Everyone ws remRded that in Gats Pa.ss. The sohol .wffl ho|d  elation of Soil nd Water Con- C. McConell, T S. Mc- whiVh 1960, 5 years go, a majority M,r. nd Mrs. Purser were preliminary but h tit Districts il Sw- Dorugh, StarRn C, McGw, flridation. " ..... He was born Jurm 29, 1938, km4ay at 8 p. ifl_ at [he all- ek c0mi[tee, d St J. Md.eod, @ar A. rnlztation ofice, today. Meaigan, R F. Ma, 3e- Ohe- Cotmcil members pointed at Afton, Texas 5. north out that the mney fore b- He attended sclmol in Texas The board will meet June "Pt of the observ- Nets $|35 N. =,, Elizabeth S. Merrill, rary w.ould ;have to come out and Ganger, Wash., where he 16, Juy 21 nd August 18 dilr- re'me," said Ma's Halverson, "is inude North of the cu, rvent erpense fund, gradtmted from high school in ing the slimmer months. 2Vae to  publi attention to our L. Miller, Susan C. liier, Le- and Hay. a budget of $174,000 in 1965, 1954. He served in the Navy directors a,L=o agreed to meet mor obligation to handle our The amual poppy sale con- Itoy M. Mono,  D. Mon. will inde and money for fluoridation from 1956-59. He was a mere- on the first ml third Wednes- soil ad water s in ducted by the American Leg- sr, Jo,lm R. 1Iontague, James from an entirely different bud- her of he Jesus Christ of Let- de0 rs of the moth during the keping with the Golden Rule ion auxiliary netted over $135, B. Muenix, Malt L. NicholS, the 1965 get, the water-sewer depart- ter Day Saints (Mormon) 1965-66 school year. principles." Mrs. Ialvern Mrs. Ernest Herr, c,hairman Dann L. Noe Wayne E. will file meat, a budget of $225,000 in Church. Board members heard acorn- said the theme this year is re,,lrted. Odum. newly desig- 1965, so there is no couqict Survivors inelude his moth- )lint about the drivintg and "CtmHenge of Gro." The auxitim'y thanks the Grdn E. Olson, Mauree in Che- between the two requests. er ,and his stepfather,  @rff- discipline of some of the dis- "Growth is a call to leadership Cheaey community ir its fine G. O'Keefe, Craig R. Parks, one board The .council also pointed out fin, Oheney; a sister, Mrs. Del- trict bus drivers. The admin, is- and a est of your faith in su,pport of the poppy sa.le last J, ames P. Patterson, Lmmnt E. elected, that for as many years as the ma Blain, Addy, Wash., and a tration decided to investigate God. rt denmnds your involve- Friday and Saturday," she Peaon, Sharon G. Pence, Vi- depend- can remember bsolutely no brother, ary riffin, Cheney. the matter, meat, or true growth is .root- said. oh M. Peters, John W. PhflRps, of the suc-citizen has even bothered to Funeral services were hld Dr. Riggs said a profession- ed m people. It exalts freedom, Tali, ng part in the sle were Darrell E. Phipson, Michael will ,be attend the preliminary ,budget May 19 ,at the LDS Ohurcfl in al study committee made up of uridermines: fr and generates Mrs. Willam Lee, Mrs. Fred R. ttattray, Rodney R. Reed, hearings. The two groups rap- Grants Pass . Burl was at colleg e and seool district pea'- hope. Growth is the evidence Hoyt, Mrs. Riekard Hagelin, Carter Reaner, Gary A. lietz, other aea. resented irdicated laat theme Hil, lrest Memorial Park in sormell may be formed. He has of ,change, which is inetable," Mrs. Pete Billesbaeh, Mrs. Her- Jerome O. Plmer, Gary W. wd break this record. Gvan Pass. held recent meetings with Dr. she said. bert Goe, Mrs. William Rueppel, Susan L. Rugles, Don Patterson, Eastern Wash- The statewide program is Bryan, Mrs. A. E. Okea'stram David E. Salter, Bavtma-a A. - iFUnera I Appea,rirg with the ibrary group were Mrs. Brento Commissions Due ington State College president, part eta ationwide observ-and Mrs. Ernest Harr. Assist-Scott, Dniel C. S. Steam, s, Mrs. Keith Tracey, and Dr. Roland Lewis, also of nce originated by the Nation- lag were Edna Cheerer, Jenni- George Sited --- ,,Anen,e, Mrs. George Alle Mrs. Louis EWSC. The plan calls for six al Association of Soil and Wat- far Jordan, Spurs f Eastern George A. tad, Jean , Grafious, lona]d Rehn, Mrs. For Cheny Pir college staff members and six er COmservtion Districts in Wtshinwton State Cllege and mons, IAr. da L. Simpsm, I._.ry ernard Kings]y, Rev. Dnald district staff members to form 1954. The state's 68 lly p. j. Miller, a Legionnaire. Smith, Clave F. Smith, LeRoy of Phoe- Ross and Mrs. W. Treks. the committee. overaed cnervatin districts Smith Jr., Michael R. Srtapp, the Supportirtg ftudation Two Cheey High School "This would lowa g,ood re- wi be working with local rain- STUD[NI$ WIN Carol A. Spearman, IArtda M. .here for were Dr. Wilfred Gain,on, Dr. g,adtmtes at Eastern Ws- hiete for making best use of isterial ssoci,atLos and their  Stearns, Devereax R. Sluts, last Ehryn Hasse and I)r. Conrad ilgton State College wi!l re- facilities of both instituti churches in the observance. EWSC AWARDS man, Stever A. Swegle, Dawn- i ceive commisons as second and for tkig better advan- Jeod Be, chairman o the  elda M. Taven,ner. of Mr. Oox. i]ieu, ten.ants 'in the United tage of the #pprtun,ities pre- Southvest Spokane SWCD, CeteRa A. Tnomps0, Nora j States Army tlouffh the col- seated in tke new e<erai Ele-:said the ,ladies axfliary has Seven Cheney-area students A. Tibbetts, Lynn M. Turner, Bezca L. Wfl, Kare L. Wer- C1mdestayed Town And Gown !lege's Reserve Officers Train- mentary and Secrtda.ry. Edit- provided Sil Stewavd-iP at Eastern Washington State hart, Andrew R. WenReley, tin. family Forum Schedules ling C,is pragram Jxe 11. cation Act (ff 1965," Dr. Riwgs : booklets and progrsm insexts College ,lmve won awards froen da J. Wtinger, W J. Miss Else They re Miehae E. Meier, said. to a:U lcal clmPces. A n- the colege Associated Student VChitny, Leslie H. W, Second Meeting so of Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. servation tour arm dinner was Maier, 720 Clov C., and Run- held last week for the clergy. Body for outstanding aademic Linda M. Wynn, Carol I. Yates, d The Town and Gown Forum ald N. Kaoslaug,  of Mr. Elvern 6arbor I ,,o of  chm'ches are achieveme=. wi]l lave to meetings soon. and Mrs. Clifford Knoa'haug, S berg aked to include the Cadu, atip4g seniors, who re- and Cvel D. Ye'out. i.nLuded both on Fridays at 8 p. m. One Route 1. Soil Stewardslp theme as eeive a eertkfieate and it and will be tonight in the .factrlty Meier will be eioned New j v ....u-ernn*enae# part of theix regtdar wrship scribed book, are Pnaki N. Cheney Graduate and Mrs.Mrs" lou, nge of the EWSC student in artillery, and Knoshaug in . services during the week. AlnImu'g'Nelson, 740Ruteclove=-1' andct.Joy Nc, w lit Kentucky union buil, d, led by Richard ordnance. Pem:e, Weaver on ' An Appraisal of The two ,are ao scheduled The State Department of n- FORMER HUSKY Students Who receive junior Second Lt. William T. Col>b. certificates and pens include A. Mur- the Literature of Bazi]," and to receive degrees from EWSC stitutton amed Elvern Gar- S. Black, the other June 4 in Sh>wter at commencement exercises bar of Memphis, Tenn., as the IN ALUMN| GAME Pa.tricia J. Eiser,,hauer, 504 G a graduate of Cheney High School and Eastern WasMng- St., Jdy A. Patrick, Medical ton State College, is presetl,T Mrs. auditorium, led by Travis and June 11. ajoring in psychot- new su, periatendent of Lake- Bren Wooten, me,abet cd Lake, and Tlmmas W. Wilson, stationed at Fort Cutup'bell, Ky. and Mrs. Sharlene Rivers. cgy, Mater is .a candidate fr a tand Vilge. The an,nounee-th e Eastern Wasington State 15 W. 6th St. Lease, The Town and Gown Forums boche,tot of rts degree. Kn- meat cane Monday of last i Lt. Cobb is a p4atoun leader Mrs. Tina axe held at irregttla,r intervals, shatg, who is a mathe,natics week. Garber will assume his College foot ing staff Sophomore awards were won in the 32h Airborne ]]neer Achie depending on vhen interestin major, is a candid,te for a duties Juy 1. He will fill the :nd a former UmersRy of by Nancy M. Smith, Rmle 3, Battalion, 101st Airborne Di- and leaders can be ,had. An attempt bachelor of arts degree, vacan,cy left ,by L. F. Mason, Washington Husky gre, aRd Gwen M. Long of Medical vision. Previous'ly, ,he served at all of is made for the foot, ms rot to Ft. Belvior, Va., and Ft. Ben- conflict with .other cultural who died Dec. 9, 1964. At pes- played L.n the varsity-aumm Lake. [ate Mr. Sla- events in Cheney. The next TOO Hny Players! eat ke is executive director of game last weekend in Seattle. ning, Go. af Tama, meeting will be in September. Unitedtion of CerebrIMemphisPalSYand Assyria-Shelby twoWter'Rose BowlWh games,saw aconplyedin Fraitk Ham [|ecfed Lt. Cobb, 22, aduted the tuner- These forums are sponsored by AAA Team Spill County in Tennessee. mostly on defense. The varsity Company Captaln from CHS in 1'960. He holds the Facul,y Wives-Faculty drubbed the "old timers" 34- a bachelor of science degree in Women's club of EWSC, mad 13'. A Cheney junior hs been biology from EWSC. n Top te a,l!l adu.ts in Cheney are invit- Since there are ,lmost 30 REED, MISS NICOL Wooten and his wife, Bar- elected eompanyeaptainof the I0 ed. boys signed up for the AAA W[ N EWC AWARDS bava, reside ,at 1015 Third St. legeEasternEvergreenWishingtncova,pany,State COl-As, TruckMsquitIn OperationCntrl On June 4, Travis Rivers of Cheney Area Baseball League, sociation of the United States School the music fiaculty of EWSC will the group had to be spit into Two Cheney students at speak and lead a discu'ssion on two team. Estern Washington StaCe Cel- MRS. STUHRS Army. He is cadet sergeant The city's mosquito cntrol "Directions in Modern Music." Jim Hatch and Jack Cra'bb lege have won awards vchich MOTHER PASSES major Frank E. Ham. He is Otsuki, Rives h<fld, s a bachelor of mu- will coach oe team and Tey were presentedat the annull al cptain of the Reserve Of- to9 10 sic degree from BayMr Univer- Gamon will coach the other awards convocauon at the co- Mrs. Belle McDonaRl, mother ricers Trainilg Corps unit rifle f Mrs. Ferne Stuhr, 314 G. St., team. i sity and a ma.ster's from the one. Con,ahem ave notifying lege Tuesday. , State University of Iowa. players this week designating John R. Reed, son of Mrs. a resident of Spokane the past Ham, the so of Mr. and Mr. and Stmrlene Rivers, his wife, team assignments. Rozilla Reed, 120 Fourth, was 12 years, died May 17. Mrs. J. P. Luva,s, is a 1959 grd- is am- also .holds the master's degree named the outstanding student Mrs. MDoa'ld was brn uate of Chancy High Sclmi. education fon the State University of WEATHER max. rain. pre. in rditeleviMn. He is a Nov. 17, 1883, at Mondovi, Ionia. She will present tee of lay 20 .............. 54 41 .00 gradiate stu1ent at EWSC. Wash. She as xeared and mar- Sale Total Given her oiel compotkmS that Ma 21 .............. 63 43 .00 Carol A. Nice|, daug]ter of ried in Org(m and came to 3 night. They will be performed ay 22 ............. 62 47 trc. Dr. and 1Wrs. Frank D. Nicol, Wshington in 1912. Savings Bonds sales within by Ma, rvln" Mutchnik, violin: May 23 .............. 55 45 .37 105 N. Sixth, won the art de- Funera'l services were held the cotmty mouned to $396,- fire Janet Fraley, clarinet; Mrs. May 24 .............. 60 46 .21 partment award. A senior art May 20 at liptinger FunerM 963 last month, volunteer cm- trucks Rivers, piano, and William May 25 .............. 68 47 .00 major, she is a grad,uate of Che- t{me with burial fo,lowing at munity Savings Bond chairman Ha,rtwel.l baritone. May 26 71 48 .00 l:airrnun Memorial Park Edward Betz truck was opemng Wednes- day evening for the first time in 10 days. weaer a,llwed the fogging maeline to ogevate e- fectiely. Crews ted foging 10 days ago but  a=-d wind ntlified their efforts. MARKETS White Club, bumhel ........ $1.38 Sot White,  ........ $1.38 Barley, ton ...................... $42.50 Wediaes7 quotation, FOB THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY 68---Number 51 Cheney. Washingl,m Frid:ay, May 28, 1965 Single Copy I0 Cent= , " 120 Seniors Are Listed des To Cily Council; On CHS Graduation Roll appeared be- council Tuesday much it wil, l co 'have a public lib- on-collcge adults wlo see that the college library is a place designed for s eriou.s students and scholars, and therefore are reluctant to use it, school chJl- dre.n who have leisure time Baccalaureate Tuesday, 0000woeo e0iC Instrud0r Graduation Next rnu y"r'aa-- 1966, the group vter sehool and during schoo,1 injured In Smash n the Sp,okane holid, ays, and all children and system, have at adults who have worthwhile Baccalaureate for the 1965 Ohoney High Sclmol senor class orth of books ireading in,terests not covered Staff Sgt. William C. Ash will be :leld Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the high sehl auditorium. system in Che,ney E in school curricula, member of the Eastern Wash- Commencement will be held is year in the Eastern Wash- and :have access The cotmeil informed the li- in gten State College reserve i rgton State Field House next Friday, Ju.re 4, also at 8 p. m. their stock of brary group that during pve- oJicers trairdng corps insta'uc- are orth liminary budget hea-ings in tore staff, was in the inten,ive The ciass has chosen "Past, ] :v;ikki L Arnold, Robert J July they could begin to tell i care vcard at Deacotes H, osp,i- Present, Future" as its thme. figure wou,ld whether there wouM .be tzl Wednesday foil:owing ij.ur- This year's class has 120 can- !Ayes, mas S. Barnes, ,on" i lfie J. Beke, Ruth E. Bell, ]Jefll- a rouen in the rough money for a lib'ary.  ies suffered in a head-on auto- didates for graduation, Princi- el K. Berrsoaa, S. BitAng, $3,810 for Itruck ellison Tuesday night, pal George Fisher anne,traced, i Tt.rc rented space in Fluoridation Dirussed .... Sgt. Ash, 41, was a passe- Honor Candidates Listed Curti's J. Boisj, Gail J. But- that make A grotrp of tvo physicians 1965 HONOR STUDENTS---Nine honor studentk WBI graduate ger in ,a car driven by George Ioror graduates are Edna ler, Edzm M. Oheever, Rogex me: one mill and a den.tt a,p0eaed before with the 1965 Cheney High School senior class gommence- F. Slan, 50, Medical Lake, Cheever, Patricia E ,atsu, A. ianson, Sharon L. Co r3" lbrary, the eottrmil to discuss fhJovida- meat June 4 at the Eas#ern Washington State!|lee Field which collided with a truck Lin<ta Gray, Car Fackz'e1, bit. far a space .in lion. A physician pointed ot House. They are, front row, oeft to right), Linda Simpson, Berta an4 trailer 2.6 miles suth of Richard I-Iagelin, Eric Leiffh- Stephen Craig nirger, Linda Simpson, Midaael Stephen M. Craig, Jart Y. 20 yearly; that fluoride is a mine r,l naJ- Wahl, Pat Edamatsu and Linda Gray. Back row, Cerla Fackrell, Spokane on Highway 10, near Snp p and erta Wal. Daltg, Caa'lels D. Davis. service tr.ient which wheat added to a Richard Hagelin, Mike Snapp and Edna Cheerer. Not shown Ge:.ger Field. Baccalaureate invocation Frrmks E. Decker, Katllee A. room were city's water reduces the inei- is Eric Leighninger. . An ROTC source said Ash $240 deuce of cavities m teeth. I : was undergoing examination will be given by Rev. Pbert Deininger, Michael L. Duffs, (a first- Wednesday ,but no wrd on Deviney; the address by Rev. Joan E. Duncan, Pat,cia T. -1 kas this beneficial effect, and M010rcycle Wreck 3 T he rougt6(ut zm harmful effects. He said eac rs his cortdition had been given Robert E. Mime and benedic- Edamatsu, Carla L. Faekl-'d, t  I that objections to fluoridation -- , by hi.s doctor. He is pres,umed lion by Rev. Donald Brown. Rnald K. Ferguson, ,Lee t t e re'lver the natincome frmpe" KdiS J R Purser  it Job to be in serious eondiiUon, Mike Snpp and Edna Chee-,,past,, J.George' Don E. Getrum, LindaGlay, Robert E. Gvee, Date ,, te counct ple who are not eientificaUy  however, as he was in the in- ver w,ll give talks on [] = and "Future," resptively, t L. rub, Gaff L. Grub, Judy M. ,_ <rut move i in,formed, but have 'some th,er tensive care "ard. Skran was ,aave no ur-laxe to grind, usua,ly politico,1. I trier said to be in serious condition graduation. Roger Christim- Gusseek, Sherman T. Guzana pay a library These people are alvays from Jimmie R. Purser, son of n s o I son, etass presidertt, will give Richard tt. Hagelin, Leslie A. the county .li-]places that do not ,have fluor-Mrs. Mary Griffin of Cheney, Sgt. Ash works primarily the wetcome. Heideeker, Warre F. Heine- and his wife, Al!ce, were killed  Carmer Stewart, schoo,1 mann, Verna M. Heiydt, laney a atu lays .ts [idat.ion, whereas the places Three Cheney elml Distr'ct with advanced ROTC cadets at board chairman, will present L. Hland, Leard J. Hovnev, e several.dr I that have fluoridation ave quite in a motorcycle accident May teachers have bmitted let- EWSC. Peputatmn ' ' ' h a 15 near Gra, nts Pass, Ore. term of resignatidn. They are Joyce, hs wife, said she at- diplomas and Dr. WiHam J. Carmelia H. Hufman, Ptricia nt .......... happy wth t. He cted t e c se , Mr. Purser was driving a Jack Ka, pp, Jud :Miller and tempted to visit her husband Riggs, superintendent, will pre- A. Hughes, Min, nette B. Jeske, a ve, Oy tn.e of Anltigo, Wis. a town that had .notorcyete he x as considering Wednesday but was not al- sent awards. Principal George Jerrod L. Johnson. u scn01 h- fluoridation for several years, buying and his wife was apas- Del Bareither. : ]isher will give recognition to Nancy A. J<hn'sm, Rose M. lre-sehoolers, then voted to drop it. Four meager when he hit a curbing Mrs. Margaret VCMtfietd has lowed to see him. honor students. John:son, Rol, lene K. Jlmston, years later they discovered and they were thrown off. He been appoi':Aed t a part-tie Band Will' Play Judith K. Ki]lin, Patrieia 1. positi, on as Latin teacher at the $0il $tewarflship -Mrs. Arthur Beaudreau will King, Gene R. Kinniek, Keith D. Sels that cii],dren had 183 per cent was killed in'st!anty from a more cavities, and then the blow on the ,head and Mrs. Pur- high school. Mrs. Atta h'as been presen,t the class and rs. ovh, Joyce C. Labish, MalLne town voted to put fluoridation --v w*e ns 0bserved Mary Bell will read the tell. L. Ibish, Pa5ia N. Lane. se.r died five hours later with- granted ,a one-year leave of ab- Dilrids bak in. out regain4ng eonsciou'sness in sence because o:health ream- The sclool band, directed by Terry M. Laxn, Gretche A: Voters Favored Fluoridation a h,ospita!l, one. Dr. Wi]li=m J. Ri,s, upe.r- Gov. Da J. Evans po- Harold Harvey, will play the Iuf, Eric V. Le, Wil- provessional. Dan Noel, stu- iam A. Lewis, JoEtta M. Leis, Mr. Puser lived here in 1961 intendent, repr that Mrs. claimed the week of May 23-30 dent body president, will lead RI R. IAddell, Cye D. School The cou.ncfl responded to this while he worked at Medical Mary Bell h,s be tralsferred ts "Soil Stewardship Week" the flag salute. The Ray. Ric. Igsd, Daniel H. Lucas. cnmait- scusson by saying that this Lake. He moved to Gants Pass rom English  ]tmuage tloughout the stae, M. Es- ard J. Laphear wll .give in- " Strawther McBaIn Jr. new dreeto too would he considered in the in 1962 to wrk st a  teacher to :Mgh 1 lbrav-tar Hlverson, Espan,la, chair- vocation. Strawther B. McIrt Jr., the Cheney lreliminary budget :hearings. mill at D'fltad, Ore., near ia. , man of the Washnon Asso- Gradtmtion candidates are Judy D. MClellald, Katryn night. Everyone ws remRded that in Gats Pa.ss. The sohol .wffl ho|d  elation of Soil nd Water Con- C. McConell, T S. Mc- whiVh 1960, 5 years go, a majority M,r. nd Mrs. Purser were preliminary but h tit Districts il Sw- Dorugh, StarRn C, McGw, flridation. " ..... He was born Jurm 29, 1938, km4ay at 8 p. ifl_ at [he all- ek c0mi[tee, d St J. Md.eod, @ar A. rnlztation ofice, today. Meaigan, R F. Ma, 3e- Ohe- Cotmcil members pointed at Afton, Texas 5. north out that the mney fore b- He attended sclmol in Texas The board will meet June "Pt of the observ- Nets $|35 N. =,, Elizabeth S. Merrill, rary w.ould ;have to come out and Ganger, Wash., where he 16, Juy 21 nd August 18 dilr- re'me," said Ma's Halverson, "is inude North of the cu, rvent erpense fund, gradtmted from high school in ing the slimmer months. 2Vae to  publi attention to our L. Miller, Susan C. liier, Le- and Hay. a budget of $174,000 in 1965, 1954. He served in the Navy directors a,L=o agreed to meet mor obligation to handle our The amual poppy sale con- Itoy M. Mono,  D. Mon. will inde and money for fluoridation from 1956-59. He was a mere- on the first ml third Wednes- soil ad water s in ducted by the American Leg- sr, Jo,lm R. 1Iontague, James from an entirely different bud- her of he Jesus Christ of Let- de0 rs of the moth during the keping with the Golden Rule ion auxiliary netted over $135, B. Muenix, Malt L. NicholS, the 1965 get, the water-sewer depart- ter Day Saints (Mormon) 1965-66 school year. principles." Mrs. Ialvern Mrs. Ernest Herr, c,hairman Dann L. Noe Wayne E. will file meat, a budget of $225,000 in Church. Board members heard acorn- said the theme this year is re,,lrted. Odum. newly desig- 1965, so there is no couqict Survivors inelude his moth- )lint about the drivintg and "CtmHenge of Gro." The auxitim'y thanks the Grdn E. Olson, Mauree in Che- between the two requests. er ,and his stepfather,  @rff- discipline of some of the dis- "Growth is a call to leadership Cheaey community ir its fine G. O'Keefe, Craig R. Parks, one board The .council also pointed out fin, Oheney; a sister, Mrs. Del- trict bus drivers. The admin, is- and a est of your faith in su,pport of the poppy sa.le last J, ames P. Patterson, Lmmnt E. elected, that for as many years as the ma Blain, Addy, Wash., and a tration decided to investigate God. rt denmnds your involve- Friday and Saturday," she Peaon, Sharon G. Pence, Vi- depend- can remember bsolutely no brother, ary riffin, Cheney. the matter, meat, or true growth is .root- said. oh M. Peters, John W. PhflRps, of the suc-citizen has even bothered to Funeral services were hld Dr. Riggs said a profession- ed m people. It exalts freedom, Tali, ng part in the sle were Darrell E. Phipson, Michael will ,be attend the preliminary ,budget May 19 ,at the LDS Ohurcfl in al study committee made up of uridermines: fr and generates Mrs. Willam Lee, Mrs. Fred R. ttattray, Rodney R. Reed, hearings. The two groups rap- Grants Pass . Burl was at colleg e and seool district pea'- hope. Growth is the evidence Hoyt, Mrs. Riekard Hagelin, Carter Reaner, Gary A. lietz, other aea. resented irdicated laat theme Hil, lrest Memorial Park in sormell may be formed. He has of ,change, which is inetable," Mrs. Pete Billesbaeh, Mrs. Her- Jerome O. Plmer, Gary W. wd break this record. Gvan Pass. held recent meetings with Dr. she said. bert Goe, Mrs. William Rueppel, Susan L. Rugles, Don Patterson, Eastern Wash- The statewide program is Bryan, Mrs. A. E. Okea'stram David E. Salter, Bavtma-a A. - iFUnera I Appea,rirg with the ibrary group were Mrs. Brento Commissions Due ington State College president, part eta ationwide observ-and Mrs. Ernest Harr. Assist-Scott, Dniel C. S. Steam, s, Mrs. Keith Tracey, and Dr. Roland Lewis, also of nce originated by the Nation- lag were Edna Cheerer, Jenni- George Sited --- ,,Anen,e, Mrs. George Alle Mrs. Louis EWSC. The plan calls for six al Association of Soil and Wat- far Jordan, Spurs f Eastern George A. tad, Jean , Grafious, lona]d Rehn, Mrs. For Cheny Pir college staff members and six er COmservtion Districts in Wtshinwton State Cllege and mons, IAr. da L. Simpsm, I._.ry ernard Kings]y, Rev. Dnald district staff members to form 1954. The state's 68 lly p. j. Miller, a Legionnaire. Smith, Clave F. Smith, LeRoy of Phoe- Ross and Mrs. W. Treks. the committee. overaed cnervatin districts Smith Jr., Michael R. Srtapp, the Supportirtg ftudation Two Cheey High School "This would lowa g,ood re- wi be working with local rain- STUD[NI$ WIN Carol A. Spearman, IArtda M. .here for were Dr. Wilfred Gain,on, Dr. g,adtmtes at Eastern Ws- hiete for making best use of isterial ssoci,atLos and their  Stearns, Devereax R. Sluts, last Ehryn Hasse and I)r. Conrad ilgton State College wi!l re- facilities of both instituti churches in the observance. EWSC AWARDS man, Stever A. Swegle, Dawn- i ceive commisons as second and for tkig better advan- Jeod Be, chairman o the  elda M. Taven,ner. of Mr. Oox. i]ieu, ten.ants 'in the United tage of the #pprtun,ities pre- Southvest Spokane SWCD, CeteRa A. Tnomps0, Nora j States Army tlouffh the col- seated in tke new e<erai Ele-:said the ,ladies axfliary has Seven Cheney-area students A. Tibbetts, Lynn M. Turner, Bezca L. Wfl, Kare L. Wer- C1mdestayed Town And Gown !lege's Reserve Officers Train- mentary and Secrtda.ry. Edit- provided Sil Stewavd-iP at Eastern Washington State hart, Andrew R. WenReley, tin. family Forum Schedules ling C,is pragram Jxe 11. cation Act (ff 1965," Dr. Riwgs : booklets and progrsm insexts College ,lmve won awards froen da J. Wtinger, W J. Miss Else They re Miehae E. Meier, said. to a:U lcal clmPces. A n- the colege Associated Student VChitny, Leslie H. W, Second Meeting so of Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. servation tour arm dinner was Maier, 720 Clov C., and Run- held last week for the clergy. Body for outstanding aademic Linda M. Wynn, Carol I. Yates, d The Town and Gown Forum ald N. Kaoslaug,  of Mr. Elvern 6arbor I ,,o of  chm'ches are achieveme=. wi]l lave to meetings soon. and Mrs. Clifford Knoa'haug, S berg aked to include the Cadu, atip4g seniors, who re- and Cvel D. Ye'out. i.nLuded both on Fridays at 8 p. m. One Route 1. Soil Stewardslp theme as eeive a eertkfieate and it and will be tonight in the .factrlty Meier will be eioned New j v ....u-ernn*enae# part of theix regtdar wrship scribed book, are Pnaki N. Cheney Graduate and Mrs.Mrs" lou, nge of the EWSC student in artillery, and Knoshaug in . services during the week. AlnImu'g'Nelson, 740Ruteclove=-1' andct.Joy Nc, w lit Kentucky union buil, d, led by Richard ordnance. Pem:e, Weaver on ' An Appraisal of The two ,are ao scheduled The State Department of n- FORMER HUSKY Students Who receive junior Second Lt. William T. Col>b. certificates and pens include A. Mur- the Literature of Bazi]," and to receive degrees from EWSC stitutton amed Elvern Gar- S. Black, the other June 4 in Sh>wter at commencement exercises bar of Memphis, Tenn., as the IN ALUMN| GAME Pa.tricia J. Eiser,,hauer, 504 G a graduate of Cheney High School and Eastern WasMng- St., Jdy A. Patrick, Medical ton State College, is presetl,T Mrs. auditorium, led by Travis and June 11. ajoring in psychot- new su, periatendent of Lake- Bren Wooten, me,abet cd Lake, and Tlmmas W. Wilson, stationed at Fort Cutup'bell, Ky. and Mrs. Sharlene Rivers. cgy, Mater is .a candidate fr a tand Vilge. The an,nounee-th e Eastern Wasington State 15 W. 6th St. Lease, The Town and Gown Forums boche,tot of rts degree. Kn- meat cane Monday of last i Lt. Cobb is a p4atoun leader Mrs. Tina axe held at irregttla,r intervals, shatg, who is a mathe,natics week. Garber will assume his College foot ing staff Sophomore awards were won in the 32h Airborne ]]neer Achie depending on vhen interestin major, is a candid,te for a duties Juy 1. He will fill the :nd a former UmersRy of by Nancy M. Smith, Rmle 3, Battalion, 101st Airborne Di- and leaders can be ,had. An attempt bachelor of arts degree, vacan,cy left ,by L. F. Mason, Washington Husky gre, aRd Gwen M. Long of Medical vision. Previous'ly, ,he served at all of is made for the foot, ms rot to Ft. Belvior, Va., and Ft. Ben- conflict with .other cultural who died Dec. 9, 1964. At pes- played L.n the varsity-aumm Lake. [ate Mr. Sla- events in Cheney. The next TOO Hny Players! eat ke is executive director of game last weekend in Seattle. ning, Go. af Tama, meeting will be in September. Unitedtion of CerebrIMemphisPalSYand Assyria-Shelby twoWter'Rose BowlWh games,saw aconplyedin Fraitk Ham [|ecfed Lt. Cobb, 22, aduted the tuner- These forums are sponsored by AAA Team Spill County in Tennessee. mostly on defense. The varsity Company Captaln from CHS in 1'960. He holds the Facul,y Wives-Faculty drubbed the "old timers" 34- a bachelor of science degree in Women's club of EWSC, mad 13'. A Cheney junior hs been biology from EWSC. n Top te a,l!l adu.ts in Cheney are invit- Since there are ,lmost 30 REED, MISS NICOL Wooten and his wife, Bar- elected eompanyeaptainof the I0 ed. boys signed up for the AAA W[ N EWC AWARDS bava, reside ,at 1015 Third St. legeEasternEvergreenWishingtncova,pany,State COl-As, TruckMsquitIn OperationCntrl On June 4, Travis Rivers of Cheney Area Baseball League, sociation of the United States School the music fiaculty of EWSC will the group had to be spit into Two Cheney students at speak and lead a discu'ssion on two team. Estern Washington StaCe Cel- MRS. STUHRS Army. He is cadet sergeant The city's mosquito cntrol "Directions in Modern Music." Jim Hatch and Jack Cra'bb lege have won awards vchich MOTHER PASSES major Frank E. Ham. He is Otsuki, Rives h<fld, s a bachelor of mu- will coach oe team and Tey were presentedat the annull al cptain of the Reserve Of- to9 10 sic degree from BayMr Univer- Gamon will coach the other awards convocauon at the co- Mrs. Belle McDonaRl, mother ricers Trainilg Corps unit rifle f Mrs. Ferne Stuhr, 314 G. St., team. i sity and a ma.ster's from the one. Con,ahem ave notifying lege Tuesday. , State University of Iowa. players this week designating John R. Reed, son of Mrs. a resident of Spokane the past Ham, the so of Mr. and Mr. and Stmrlene Rivers, his wife, team assignments. Rozilla Reed, 120 Fourth, was 12 years, died May 17. Mrs. J. P. Luva,s, is a 1959 grd- is am- also .holds the master's degree named the outstanding student Mrs. MDoa'ld was brn uate of Chancy High Sclmi. education fon the State University of WEATHER max. rain. pre. in rditeleviMn. He is a Nov. 17, 1883, at Mondovi, Ionia. She will present tee of lay 20 .............. 54 41 .00 gradiate stu1ent at EWSC. Wash. She as xeared and mar- Sale Total Given her oiel compotkmS that Ma 21 .............. 63 43 .00 Carol A. Nice|, daug]ter of ried in Org(m and came to 3 night. They will be performed ay 22 ............. 62 47 trc. Dr. and 1Wrs. Frank D. Nicol, Wshington in 1912. Savings Bonds sales within by Ma, rvln" Mutchnik, violin: May 23 .............. 55 45 .37 105 N. Sixth, won the art de- Funera'l services were held the cotmty mouned to $396,- fire Janet Fraley, clarinet; Mrs. May 24 .............. 60 46 .21 partment award. A senior art May 20 at liptinger FunerM 963 last month, volunteer cm- trucks Rivers, piano, and William May 25 .............. 68 47 .00 major, she is a grad,uate of Che- t{me with burial fo,lowing at munity Savings Bond chairman Ha,rtwel.l baritone. May 26 71 48 .00 l:airrnun Memorial Park Edward Betz truck was opemng Wednes- day evening for the first time in 10 days. weaer a,llwed the fogging maeline to ogevate e- fectiely. Crews ted foging 10 days ago but  a=-d wind ntlified their efforts. MARKETS White Club, bumhel ........ $1.38 Sot White,  ........ $1.38 Barley, ton ...................... $42.50 Wediaes7 quotation, FOB