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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, May 28, 1965 qr00P CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Etered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Matter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every N ATIONAt EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney,. Washington. l IATI.N Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year --w| , v .. --I_, , ' : All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER JACK PIERCE .................................... EDITOR STEVE POWELL, ADVERTISING MANAGER 10 Years Ago May 27, 1955 Dr. and Mrs. 0. E. Johns)n received word of the birth on ay 22 of a daughter to their ,son ,and daughter-in4aw, Mr. a'nd Mrs. James A. Johnson, in Seattle. The baby ha!s been lramed Diane Alene. Mr. and Mrs. M erritt J,ohn- son are the parents  a dauhter born in St. Luke's hoslaital on May 20. The balby, who joins three si'sters at 'home, has been named Jennett Lynne. Mr. and Ms. Joe Jerue are the parents ,of a son, bern May 25, in Sa, cred Heart lospital, Spokane. The B}ackhawks completed the ,season's sche4ul.e try trn- ing back Rerdan in three games. The Bbckhawk's over-aU sea- son record of 15 wins ad 1 }ass has been a result of better- than,average pitehin by Roy Oampbell, Skip Duty ad Den- ni, s Fox, and good hitting. Five regu,lars have ,tilt over the .300 mark. R'oy Cmpbel,1 an! Bob Everson have two 4ome runs to their credit, hile R:on Giedt, Don Jolmsen and BI Frazier have one each. 50 Years Ago May 28, 1915 Robert McClung, a farmer living }n the Rock Creek neigh- borhood, brought t,o OVT Tues- day an egg that is something of a wonder for sze. It meas- ures seven and ene-half c,hes in circumferance on one di- mension and three and thee- fouhs o,n ,he other and it weighed three and three- fouxth ounces. Marked by the attendance Spangle News By Joanne Green FFA BANQUET HELD Presentation of avards fea- tured the an,nual FFA prent- son banquet Wednesday night. The Liberty Belles entertained while the FHA girls, Mrs. Otto- sen and Mrs. Nowak served 175 people present. , B,i}l Wernz, president of the t Bank of Farfield, ave the I banker's award to A'len Reil-} ly, ,outstanding member of the[ Liberty chapter. [ Steve Groth presented chap-' ter awards for leadershp to Jerry Jeske; for crop,s: to Alen F, eiHy, and fer publ, ic speaking and sch,oiarship to Alan Poecks. Other awards fer otstand- ing .a,ehievement were made by Mr. Fisher. Trophies went to Jerry Jeske or tle bes dairy project, Ren Hardesty o,r swine, Bob Pe}lck for sheep, and AHen Reilly for beef. Jim Ostheller wgs named of a l, arge ntmber o,f nvtable o,utsanding greenmnd and ....  h, ot  a lre Jerry Jeske leading Cha,ptex crowd of iocal peop and w-  ........ ..... n e" " b itd  beve u.Jton. presente me nors wno tnvo g a ne u - ' - , - " ' ntir da ]Sears Roebuck hvestock mg nrotgrmut tnee e Y, I ................. +- o+-- ur,hin-on State I'a'wrus' ne uoys were se- [9 '": ""':"  nffic /llected from over 30 ,pplieans lormal cnool, vne meg - , ent new structure which has/ ......... , to receive this year s breeding ...... , - -- -- /STOCK' oeet, teve t-owet, wth paacea me xina sea o per- ' .' ........ on David Groth fnst flteate, maneney upon me lnSUmu , " ............ e onl Steve Groth sec,ord altev- as (emcaea o zfle use o n . .,,,]  f,h, Ctto ,# Wash- na[e; swine, Karl Enle, with v-v .................... Bill Tee first altern(ate, and ington Saturday. John Cornwa second alter- 60 Years Ago May 26, 1905 There are 22 graduates at the Normal this year, tw of whom are gentlemen. David Low las ,sold his resi- dence on Second Street to A. E. Noble, the painter, for $1,500 cash. 20 Years Ago Conservation News May 25, 1945 Ownership and m,a,nalgement t,. of the Cheney Fee Press, cn- mudty newspaper af suth- " west Spokane county for the %,.. past 49 years, wLl*[ pass next I owday from the Ceney Pub-[ lighir=g company and Helen [ Ba$1, p r, nt publisher, to G. I N,\\;\\\ tL Maxwell, who arrived Men-[ day with his family from Sho-i shone, Idaho, where for 20[ /', years he publhed the Lin! ------- coin County Journal. Dean Swegle hs accepted a position at the, Spokane Air TeChnical Service command and has been assigned to k CHENEY m, airRenance division as a jun- fl for aircraft radical engine as- ss// sembler. ," CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- at equipmert and/or sppliesi by Eastern Washington State l College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121, Showalter Hall. Propoi forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasg. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) Directory O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 City Dry Cleaners By Clarence A. Kelley SCS Technician Grass and a}falfa litltop seediags are catching on a lit- tie more each year. Aceording to Ted McMiln, Southwest Spokane SWCD co- operator, one (ff the fit ,hll- top seedings in the ,area was made on the McMillan farm in 1945. To this date i h never been plowed out. Several farm ,operators have done likewise in the yars that foIowed. Rect aga,la- grass seed,gs to remove ,hill- tops ad steep noah shypos from ,contingents grain produc- ti.,on have been made by S>y Bros., Aivin Miller and Jeold Betz. Itermediate wheatgrass has been included ,in ,al of these recent seedings. Past exper- ience has indicted it is well adapted in the 15-20" rainfall zone and pxl,uces good on eroded sites on:e it has become esblished. Research data from Wash- i,ngton State University also in- dicated intermediate wheat- gra s next to the top in root Preductio. This is a very im- portant factor in the buildup of eroded soi}s. On tlose sles which are real[y difficu'lt to 'lld, Durar hard fescue has been fomd to be very effective. The seed is quite small and establishes slowly. Because of tlis sl, ov esta,blis,ment it does best in mixtures in vlich the other gasses will grow and pratect the .area hile the fescue gets a start. CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 i= ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. F e d e r a 1 Commmnieations Commission seuths report tha sponsors central the tone of TV" progrmns.  disposes f the ugly ruer that nobody doeS. J CHENEY PLUMBING SHOP Complete Repair and Plumbing Service j Licensed & Bonded Marvin Becker 321 1st St. 235-6528 i29tf hate; sheep, Jim Osthefler with Roger Potter first alter- hate ,and Dean Boven second alternate. Certificates of appreciation were given to firms arid indi- vduals who sponsered the FFA birthday calendlars and livestock show or who had been of special ,helo n chapter ac- tivities ,and to ohapter officers. Joe Clifford, hormary Chap- ter farmer, presented a seet- Ira art jacket to Learmb Hob rearm, cpter seethe fr 1965. On behatf of the FFA advis- ory council Clarence Jeske an- n tmed that Steve Yuton had been chosen to represent the Liberty chapter at the 1965 na- tional convetion. .Pul Sievers, Robert PI, }ock, Neal Conr, vB.l, Bob Har- desty n,d Bi]:l Schieehe becrne new lmn:oavy members. Chapter presidenc Joe Ras- mussen presided over She pro- gram. onor guest Jim Peter- sot )f Reardan, state FFA pres- ident, spoke briefly. GRA AWARDS GIVEN The GRA elected Leanna Hofmann ,as the outstan,dng senior ,and gave the sportsman- ship war.rd to Sheila Estel. New officexs are Dalen Kendall, presidert; Sharon Reinhardt, vice president; Lin- d0 Clausen, secretary; Sammie Young, treasurer, and Pat Cornwall, representative. SaRy Felgeflauer was chos- en co-captain for the pep club. Captain is Julie Cu,gh, who served ,as co-aptain this year. Students having perfect at- texlurme up until May 17, 1965 are: seniers, Bob Casen and Ed Y, oung; soplmnmres, Lind Causen, Jim RoeIith a, nd Bruce Morgan; freshmen, Bar-[ barn Osthellev, Dennis Mar- I gan an,d Karl Enle. [ l TRACK TEAM SECOND I Liberty made a fine slmw- ing at the county track meet at Medical Lake, p,a, cig sec- ond. The tem took seven firsts, mere tlmn any other ten, m, but East V,aey had mre total points. Tlmse ,,lo qualified f)r the dtrict meet were: 100 yard dash, R. Har4esty, fLrst, W. Ha'desty, flfi; 440 yard dash, Zehm, first; 880 yard n, GraPh, first; mile ru,n, Jeske, i first; broad jump, Wriglt, ] fourth; 220 yard dush, R. Hat-I desty, first, W. Irdesty, sec- ond; 'high hurlej, Stuart, first; i low" hurdles, Stuart, third; 880! relay, W. ardesty, Groth, Ze 'hm, R. Hardesty, first. CAPTAIN NAMED Ed Yotmg was elected honor- ar captain and most inspira- tiorml player of the 1965 LHS bail club, ,following the last game of he season, a 9-3, lss to Medical Lake This gave Li- erty 4 wins, 1 tie anal 5 lesses i for t:he ,season.. SCHIECHES RETURN , I Mr. and Mrs. Cade Sc,hie-I che returned Saimxlay fxm a! ' three week vacation, ftev tray elg 5,000 miles, Oe week xas spen in Reno, Near tak- m,g in the golden west grand Amerivan trap shoot. The rest of their time yeas spent in Scottsdale, Ariz., visitin, g their dlauglter and her 'husband, the Ted Damianis. They also visit- e,d the Dwight Misners in Mesa and ,other friends. Tlhey took in the sights i Tucson and N- gales, Mexico. SERVICES HELD FOR REV. HUNSBERGER Rev. M. E. Hunsberger, 97, died at .his ,home, W1208 Knox, last week. Born in Port Huron, Mich., he had lived in Spokane and the In'land Empire almost ha}f a century. He was with the Eva,ngeRcal United Bretheren denom}nation, ha.ring past'or- ates i,n Yakima, Harin'gn, Reardan, VeReyferd and Ed- wall. Earlier psto.rate.s were in North and South Dakota. He retired from the active minis- try in 1943; his 1,atest pastor- ate bein, g that of interim min- ister of the Christian church in Spangle. He had his trailning at NapierviHe Seminary and was ordained in 1905. He .and his widow, Mry E1- 1,en, who survives ,at the home marked their golden wedding in August of 1958. He is also survived by five of his seven children, three o.f them on- nected with the ministry.. Services were held at Lid- get, rood EUB Church with the pastor, the Rev. C. Avhux Cobb, officiating. Burbal was in Greenvood with Hazen and Jaeger's ircharge. AWARD RECEIVED Gerald Danquist, 1960 Span- vle ig, h gradu, ate, was pre- sented the plarmacy faculty aard after being aed the most outstanding ,seni" in pharmacy at Washi,ngtan State University. Dr. Al'len W,ite dean of the College of Phar- m,cy, made the award. Da,n- quist is editor of the WSU Ptarmacist, a'nd a memher of Phi Kappa Phi, professional pharmacy society, and has been ,ctive in student government. NEWS IN BRIEF Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crab- tree, lobin, Rene and Donna and Mr. a,rd Mrs. Sterling Frichman enjoyed a weekend of camping and fishing at Lake Back. They report a very good catch of fish Mr. and Yirs. Don Johnsou ,and family traveled to Tanas- Let for the weekend. They vis- ited with r. Johnson's fmily. Spangle Ladies Aid met wish Mrs. la, dy Kutscher of Spo- kane ast Wednesday. A 1,arge F0urLakes By Mrs. Sidney Larson PTO OFFICERS ELECTED The last PTO meeting for the year was held 1,ast Wednesday at which time election of offic- ers was held. El, ected were: president, M,rs. Ted Radon; vice president, Morris Amen; secretary, Mrs:. Jack Harord; treasurer, Fred Peterson; home e c,o,nomics chairman, rs. Jules Mauget, and program chairmn, Mrs. Patsy Andrews. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Gadys Woods, Spokane, visited last Tuesday with Mrs. Sara Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Jessie Silc:ck accom- panied Mrs. Orville Phillipso,n to Spokane last Tuesd,ay. Mrs. Phlli, pson attended the mnth- ]y meeting of the Principia committee ,at the '.home of Mrs. Wil}iam Iunker in Spokane valley. Mrs. Don Muzatko and son Ricky we,re luncheon guests o,f Mrs. Silco,ek tast Wednesday. Mrs. Jessie Sil, ccek spent Sundray with Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Brown. I,n the afternoon they called on Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rogers. Harold PendeH Jr., Seattle, spent the weeeknd at home. Fred Gifting underwen ma- jor surgery tast Saturday at Sacred Heart hospital. At this writing he seems to be improv- ing. Mrs. Stanley Arringto (Bev- lri, ce Giffing) is here du'ing her father's ill, hess. Mr. and Mrs. Vester Nelson bamont, and Joan Nelson, Spo- lcane, cated on their father and gran, dfaCher Sundy. Charlene Gifting, daughtev of Mr. and Mrs. C%arles Gift- group, with 19 members, 7 visitors ,and 7 children, attend- ed. The next meetin,g will be the club's ,annual picnic at the church June 2 at 2 p. m. A pot- luck luncheon will follow the meeting. Mrs. Ed Strock was ,a Sun- day dinner guest at the Ran Green home. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ha trav- eled to the Coast over the weekend to attend an Eastern Star reception. While there they enjoyed watching the ac- tivities of l'oading supp,l:ies on a Japanese boat and also n an American cargo ship. Spangle Grange s sonsor- ing .the anmml cemetery clean- up tomorrow (Saturday) with potluck at the Service Club at 12Pan. ing, fell tast Wednesday a,nd [for 1964 broke her knee cap. [aad Mrs. Garnett Mr. and Mrs. Ray BarUeson [refres&anents. ctled on Mr. Gifting Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rn- da,ll, Kahlotus, and Mrs. Laura }andall, Vapato, were Monday eveninlg dinner guests o,f Mr. and Mrs. Ted Raodn. Anita, Virg and Rita Stan- dcrfer spent the weekend at Deer Lake with their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cody Standerfer. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dirks vis- ited Saturday in Spokane Val- ley with Mrs. Dirks' mother, Mrs. John Stanek. Fran,k Stan- eL, Seattle, was also a visitor with his mothe.r. Mrs. Eva Stewart, Po,llock, S. D., and Mrs. S. J. Welker nd son Gene visited Monday to Wednesday with their niece, Mrs. Sidney Larson. Cindy Larson stayed over- night Frid'ay with Sheila Col- }ier. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lars:on called on Mrs. Milo Ball Satur- day at the Ha,rry King home in Spokane Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald barson had Sunday evening sapper at the Sidney Larson's. Mrs. Sam Van Camp accom- panied her nephew and family, Mr. a, nd Mrs. Robert Van Camp, and her sister, Mrs. Hattie "an Camp, on ,a trip to Oakesdale, Tekoa and Fair- field Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartford and family attended the open house that the Roundup Co. heid Sunday in their new building in Spokane. Jackie Lynn Hartford attend- ed the Justin Morgan, 4-H club trail ride Sunday. 2he ride started at the Larry Bietlich ranch on Pleasant Pie and (.oacluded with a picnic lunch. Mrs. Russell Mace ws a vis- iter last Wednes@ay of Mrs. MOdred Nikeson in Sp)kane. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace and Lenard were Saturday eve- ning visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lowell at Mars!hat'l. Sara Kay Mace was a Satur- day all-night guest o,f Mary Lou Vaughn. East (he00e00 e By Anna Phillips CHARTER IS DRAPED At East C heney Grange meeting 1,ast Fri:day evening the charter was draped in memory of Morris R. Slovens. The name of James R. Ent- man was read in pr(posal for membership. Don MacQuarrie reported on ag,ric.ulture ad Garnett Boots .on in,stwane. Helen Boots w.a presented an award from the sta ,gange i PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. rie returned last a few days daughter, Mrs. of Lake OswegO, tso visited Mr. aRd Mrs. and fm!i,ly of Sund,ay dinner and Mrs. Vein Mrs. C;ara wih her days last week Hamptons made a Caast. Mr. arid Mrs. Jimmie and day dinner guestS Mrs. Jerold Betz. Reported on were Mr. and Stroup, Johnny cry Babb. 4-H CLUB MEETS East Cheney members were given by the Junior toris Stelzer e,n her steer, wheaties steer ben from the whea Judy Babb her steer and team she was ,o Mrs. Hardie pumpkin rlub members. the ,contest "To gest Pumpkin" state Fair. a de m, onstratio Jndge Beef." At ing all those given a d quested to do so The record brought up checked by the Phillips, Lin.da die served A true which ccurs ,at is at ault . . . tahe causes most n]an one . . . Make certain servers are in fore taking off blue waterland SUZ AR COMI fresh from the Northwest. 00oautomated Famed Northwest apples and pears are "year-round" fresh.., thanks to improved processes, including Controlled Atmosphere storage, which preserve their natura= and flavor, and extend the marketing season by months. The Union Pacific is a vital link in speeding these perishabies to distant markets temperature-controlled refrigerator cars and piggyback trailers--under the watchful skilled personnel -- these fruits are delivered to consumers in "Orchard Fresh" condition. is another example of rail service at its best-- by Union Pacific. UTTZ I  PAIFI FRUIT EXPR CHEYENNE OMAHA CHICAeO ANSAS OIW IT. Oum UNION PACIFIC RA! UNION STATION, WEST 430 TRENT, SPOKANE, WASHINGTON 99201, PHONE. MA