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Pa'e 2 Cheney Free Press Frid, ay, June 4, 1965 7"P CHENI00Y FREE PRESN ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Etered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Cla Mater under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every NATIONAL EDITORIAL ,r0000ay mo=00 at 0000eney Wa000000n00too ,:. Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year = ,',1 All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER JACK PIERCE .................................... EDITOR STEVE POWELL, ADVERTISING MANAGER lylerNews By Wanda Stengle AWARDS PRESENTED Last Grange meeting's pro- gram was the presenting of ribbons and awards for bak- ing ,and sewing contests held earthier i,n, the yea:r. Musical numbers and recitations also were part o,f the proffram. Kay Ham was presented a gift for collecting use,d stamps f.o,r thie Grange to use in heir program of helping get milk 10 Years Ago n of Bremerto,n have received t'0r needy children overseas. word that their so,n, Lt. Bit!l Since 1963 she has collected JUNE 3, 1955 Bryaaa, recently vcas liberated .aver 29,000. Mr. and Mrs. Le,onad Kru- as a prisoner of the enemy in ger, laropvietors of the Male Europe. The Bryansare former PERSONAL MENTIONS Shop ;for several years, have Chene residents. Ll.o,yd Ableman is visiting his a,rmounced sale of the business M.A. MaLmoe has acquired daughter, Mrs. Ray Morrell, to Mr. and Mrs. Art Colyar of the lots and buildings oa Main Richland, over the weekend. Cheney. Street facing the Oheney Mo- Mr. and Mas. Bi:ll Wlsma o Mrs. Colyar, an experiesced tar Company and will begin Spokane called o,n Mrs. H,nk ,cook, w11 be "m elarge of the clearing them at once for the K,anshuk last Tuesday. Cpl. and Mrs. Donald J,ones pia, ce durirg the daytime, and erection of a new Union Oil and Rhonda, and Mrs:. Anita Will be assistod by her sstel', Station. Miss Johana Eberl, recmatly Mauer are leaving for Ft. Bs, from Germ:any. court after the Wage Earner's James Lind,hl ,of Cheney 60 Years Ago died at St. Luke's hospital in Plan is completed. Spokane May 30 at the age (ff JUNE 2, 1905 Tbe debtor pays enough to 90 years and 7 months. A gent accosted Judge Webb the court trdstee ,over a t,hree- o:n the street las,t Saturday and year period to cover all his, i 20 Years Ago imp,ored him for two bats debts, curt costs and attof with vchic.h to assuage his ney's fees. Most plans provide JUNE 1, 1945 g:nwing hunger that was at thar[ interest be cut off s o,f Wonderful news was receiv- work on his vitals. The judge the date the petitio,n is filed in ed last week by Mrs. Warren took him by the shoulder in a court and a debVar m'ay save Meyers ,of Cheney in a message friendly manner and told him 'enough on interest to coer the from the Red Cross stating he could show him a place that bar son Lt. Claude Mur- where ,his wants would be satis-  In Karsas City Kan., there ray, who h:d been missing in fled. He was delivered over to ace 2,000 active Wge Earner's Belgium since last November, consable Brown forthwith and Plans. In Birmingham, Al'a., had just .been berated after l(rdge,d in the cooler where!there are over 7,000 p,lans in heing found in a German he was soon j,ained by his part- effect. These proceedings are prison cmp. nor. They were given their: not used very extenedvely in Fifty-six seniors were grant- trial and insta'ucted to leave Washington, and eomparative- ed their dipl, omas at the Che- town g few persons ,are presently ney High SChool com.mence- a,aking use of Wage Earner's meat exercises Friday evening,  .... Ptans. May27. j L I (This colu:mn is wrRten to Mr. nd Mrs. William F. Bry-  ......... inform, not ,advise. Facts may ........ change the a:pp'lcation of the CALL FOR BIDS law.) .... Eastern Washington I Conservation News State College Waahlngton Bar Auoclatlon Separate sealed bid propos- WAGE EARNER'S PLAN ,' als are available for education- There is .an alternative to al equipmert and/or spplie by Eastern Washington State bnlexptcy. ReIief from con- College in the office of the Di- stant .harassment by creditors rector of Purchasing, Room and hreats of suits and ar- - nishmet of bank aecou,nts can ]21. Slmwalter Hall. be f, ama(d by the filing of a Proposal forms may be ob- Wage Ehrrer's Plan ,,n the tained at the above office, federal dfstrict court under T. T. Wall Chapter XIlI of the Bnkrutcy Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) Act. A debtor can request the court to stop all suits and gar- Ut r-'rec'ory nishments durg a three-year peri, od Whe ,he pays into the court each month sufficient money to .sacristy all of his debts ,over this extended per- O. B. Electric iod of time. A Wage tarner's Plan has PERSONALIZED SERVICE certain: advantages over ordin- Wiring ary bankruptey: s=tk w.t sl,. Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps There is o stigma of hay- $.t,.;st.;=t Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ing avoided one's debts. Every. cre,tor may be paid ha full. By Clarence A. Kelley A debtor is u'Rht, under SCS Technician court strporvion, to resee a A fundamental to good range certain amount each pay day to and pasture m, anagement is City Dry Cleaners go .to his creditors, ,n.d tie is water. Experieatced zartchers not altowed to pua'Ch.ase any- CLEANING PRESSING thing .on credit dng the time recognize that livestock having ALTERATIONS the pl, an is ".m effect, a,ccess to a plentul su,pply of water make the most rpid A debtor .is allowed to keep weight gains. LAUNDRY SERVICE his mortgaged property unless 322 FIRST 235-4732 the court decides it is too ex- ,Clavno Bros., Amber, are ' _ pertsive for his inxne, presently instlling approxim- A :person who has filed bank- ately 1,200 lineal feet f pipe- ELECTRIC SERVICE =ruptcT within .six years and is lne to provide water to live- again being pressed by his 'stock. The pastic pipe 1U4 AT ITS BEST creditors, may file a Wage inc in size will provide water to Phone 2354410 Earner's Plan. The taws does ,at least three pasture units. not permit him to go into One of the tmts served .as a EDGETT BROS. bankruptcy within this six-year recent seeding of grass arid al- period fatfa. It is also possible to pay less Gene and Lyle Kapl.:, Span- than the full amount of one's gle, ha,ve also been werkirg on (.71 ElltJ g debts. If a debtor simply does the irtstarlation (ff 1,100 feet of not ,have enough money to live plastic pipeline. The pipeline tr-l,j)ro)Qr n onand still pay his obligations will provide water h)r to in full, it is possible to pay 50 troghs :and furnish livestock per cent ,or 60 per cent of the in two pasture units. amount he ovce,s to each cred- Gordon Wiebrnan, Sprrg*le itor ,arid then receive a dis-.contractor, has been doing the charge of the balance by the diggirtg work on the Kaplan job while Kiethley & Schutz, ,, Sprague, have been asedsting on the Clarno project. David Riehle, Nine Mile, has been ,assisted by SCS engineer Co gratuJatio arid tech,nician ames Robesn hyout of a similar project. Four vcater troughs have been planned on one pipeline. The pipe will be of plastic, 1V4 G aduati g Se iors! ,c in diameter and approx- r n n i,mateiy 2,600 feet n length. Pipelines such as these are buried to prevent freezing. The ird.ets of the pipeline are pro- tooted Srom both rodent and trash entrance. Al's Auto Parts ,Research studies indicate thlat conservation an,d efficie lives'lock pridu,ction are best 675 W. 1ST. CHENEY served when liveock water spcing does not exceed one- , , , , , hal,f mile. EaslCheney By Anna Phillips GUESTS FOR POTLUCK Last Sunday potluck dinaer guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Th, uon, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thulon and baby; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grimmett and family; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baird, all of Spokane; Mrs. Susie Pierso,1 o Sp,a,rtgle; Mr. and Mr..;. Doug Kilo and family of Thornton, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips and Jhnny. PERSONAL MENTIONS Oliver Harringt'on, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Harring- ton, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. d,ohn Myrick and ,.),f Splo- ka,ne ta his pare_t' home at Larson Air Porce Base l'a:t Sun- day where the Myrick fa,mily were Sunday guests. Oliver spe:: s.everal d,avs with h's rand,p,are,nts, Mr. and Mrs. Vern H, arringtan. Mr..and Mrs. E. H. McLean and daughter .of Wavato were weekend ffuets c.f Mr. and Mrs. Ge,orge Str.:ip. Nr. and Mrs. McLean te>ch at Wapato. Mrs. Harry lle.mpt,n return- ed home S'Jnday ater sp,end- ing a few d;ay w;th .relatives ,a't Stites anti Ko,.,skia. ldaho. .he ,al:s,9 stopped .at Lewisto.n. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish, Jimmie and Jennifer were Sun- :lay diancr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ku,hn. Mr. ,and Mrs. L. J. Hosack of To,coma were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown. Mrs. Hsack is a daughter of the Browns. Ms. Clarence Davis came ]lome Monday evening from A*lmira, where she helped tim David Buddrius family with their new arrival, Michael Dean., born Wednesday, May 26, :at 7:30 ,a. m. at the Daven- port H,aspital. Mother and baby are doing well. tie joins ale br:,ther, Du, ane, at home. East Cheney Gran;*e cancell- ed its ,June 4 meetin due t9 the Cheney High School grad- tmt!,o,n o,n the same date. o Para00i.00e Prairie By Lana Evans HORSE SHOW HELD The Prair:.e Prancers 4-H H, avse Club held its first open horse show Saturday at Hill- crest Stables and had a ga,d tar'neut of eon.testants and viewers. There were 16 classes, in- cluding fitting and showing, Texas wh, re th  have been conformation, equitation, and . .. ' - '. Y ..... pleasure ebb'sos Larry Green stanoneo n route mey Will " n xtubition" with a visit ,his mther in Miami, Ariz 1-ut .on a e..  ._  -, Mr " Mr -  ll " pony an.a cart anu tne ctuus an,a s a lussle ' are "riV " " ' " a routin visiting frm'Ori,nda C:alif, fi . te.m , e at the Joe Sehell r itence " durmg mtermm,smn, wumaxmg t, , }2 res {e. 'the event was the "Jack Ben- vtr. an,a lvlrs, ltusty vtay- ,, nard and family and his moth- ny erlass," pen, onlyto dods. er, Mrs Stelh Mayrmrd, were l va go A:_ o}. w/ s  nrW.. " manager ro west, ann:ounce" wstors at the home of Mr and I ...... , ' t o wal's,on, rmg manager Mrs. Clarence Kamtelmer thsl ......... ............ , mona tmton, secretary; r, etty vztss trm'is vlaynacl twill ,b ,t,avi,ncr the. w,olr ,ithJ Sheltn and Betty Smxth pre- aerie," ...... grandparent.'" "2 - ....... 1 =nted. ribbons; Ohery. 1. Saash, Mr n,d Mr .l P Rmtn st I Judg e June Cockburn Helma , "":'P (':." -'W":'- .'" | Gre,en, and Edith Eans, re- teaaaea a tamuy gathering m ifrehment stand SP eR Vae Y e h Y ned]. Y )I I Winners and " their events P: .... ',  " .Y" were- the soven brothers and srster, .:; ..... onl-" one ""a ' ;',;-" fra,m *^ I r,tnng ana snewmg, Lynn reunion e "';ov ' to Meg Ic'arlsn:' on Gallant Son; con- . :. , y o e , ;_ -Ifarmation class Diane Gehr c:aA L,aKe 1,o take Anna lvlae ....... '. , ' r, ........ with ralale; western pma, sure ,rewn Wltll melr party, une . s'ste i ....... Jaekm H, artford on Tonette" r arr vea tram me woas ,, ,._ .  .... ' for the eecasi, on. e.n,g,:v pzea:sur, usm Yard's- Mr. and Mrs. Donalrd Davis and Charl,es attended a family reunion ,at Chewelah Sunday. Mrs. Polly Ableman attend- ed a fam, ily reunion over the weekend. The family gathered at Sprague park for Memorial Day. Mrs. A1 Beeker and two daughters; Mrs. Kate Dennis, Omak; Mrs. Archie Den,s, Coulee City; Mr. a,nd Mrs. Bob Dennis, Coulee City; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Backer, Sprague; Harry Becket and son: a,nd dughters. ,of Spokane; Art Becker, Pullman, Mrs. Rose Larson, Mrs. Dount'ain and fam- ily, M, osco, Idaho; Mrs. F_anti Cble, of Gheney, ad her daughter, Mrs. Il*len H, olrnes, Clmn, ey; 3olin and Hetry Backer, Spvaue, .attended the re'un$on. LETTERS... TO THE EDITOR To the Eddtor, I spent the very early morn- ing ttaurs on Memorial Day watching the sun come up from the Lance Hill cemetery. Th small buria*l gdnd, most- ly for oid timers in the area, is located south and east of Tyler on a quite steep hill side. !t's .always a very restful, peaceful time for me to stroll through there, a slight breeze ruffling my hair. Many o,f those buried there, I have knovn and the walk brings to mind ories about s0,me f the others who have gone on be- fore. Knowin,g I have a resting place there, under a pine tree, stmld I desire, m, akes me feel good to know the persons mak- ing up the Ince Hfl Ceme- tary Associati,n. Perhaps oth- ers, like myse, didn't kn, ov of the work day until too late to participate. I wo*ld also like to thank those who did take pat. Not a grave was left un atterded er without fl,owevs of some kind. The recent heavy rairfaH had made the grass green and the foers unusual- ly beautiful. This grop has again done a fine job. Sincerely, Katherine H)lloway Espan.oh Dear E4itor, I still enjoy getting the Che- hey paper every week even tlough I ,have been gone for 20 years. The a'ticles u'nder years lassed are always amus- ing to us, especially 20 and 30 years. Sincerely, Mrs. Eleanor Carton Seiah, Wash. go w:th Oodh; wes, tern equita- t!on, Larry West, on on Rusty and J, aekie ttartford on Ton- ette; Englih equitation, hunt seat, Suede Perrigo on O,odla; shetland a,n,d Welsh under sad- d!e, Russell West on ChieL N, ovice jumpers, Susan Lar- son on T.aKee:h; bareback equi- tation, Vikie Dalton o Miss Ginger; col.or class, Mark Ro,h- war ,on Cochise; western trail c*l ass, Jack Ooclcburn on Cindy. Pole be,n4ing, Suede Perrigo on Lady Luck; cover leaf race, Susie Perrigo on Lady Luck; Jack Ben, n class for dads, George Perrigo on Ooda. SENIORS GRADUATE Seniors from the Marsh'll- Paradise area gradazati'rg wth the  of 1965 from Cheney Iligh School are Edna Cheev- or, Lmda Gray, Bob Green, lose Johnson, Pat King, and Vfola Peters. GRANGE NEWS Paradise Grange will meet this evening. Lana Evans has been chosen, to represent Para- dise in, the "Fairest of the Yair" contest. Your Corners Grange will meet June 9. On June 2S, the Bour Corners Gran,e will have an ,open house. There will be a Father's Day program, the theme to be "tIawaii." Ladies wear your mumus; .and men, ,our bright flowered shrt s! Four Corners will ,select a rep- resentative for the "Pairest of the Fair" ,cotest, and wi' also put tp a booth fr the Spokane Interstate . The Pears of Harmony of F;our Corners Grange entertain- ed at the Spokane District Fra- ternity Congress Mn6ay nJg,'ht, for the Gra,dmothers club at the Ooeur d'Alene Hotel Wed- nesd, ay evening, ,an, d for the third and fourth degree at Bast Spokane Thu.rsday. CHURCH NEWS Ray Barnett, of Calgary, was the speaker Sunday a the Mar- shall Community C,hureh, re- placing the Rev. Waeker who was u,n,a, ble to come. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. F]o,yd CanaRy spent the Memorial weekend at their place on the Pond OreiHe river. Mrs. Yhrcella Oriard attend- ed the social evening p rvgram i at the Cahalle Daughters club 'house Wednesday evening last week. The Jack Lewises returned from .a,ttending the WSU borse strow held this year at Yakima. They reported there xere between 900 to 1,000 horses, with over 152 classes. Dan Bafus, showing two Walk- ers he had brought back fro,m Tennessee, won a champion- ship. Saturd, ay and Su,n@ay the Kiwanis will hold an open show at Wa,n,dermere. The E.arl Lin,dbergs were weeke:d guests o,f the Law- renee Eva,noffs at their Bead I,ake cabin. The L. K. Evans entertained Saturday evening with a card party, with the Bryce Arndts and the Roy Daltons. The Joe Jahns,o,ns visited with Mrs. Ja:hnson's brothers in Rockford and in Fairfield and visited the cemetery at Worlev M.emorial Day. Vi and Bill Kvntz. former rea residents, visited the Je.e Johnsv,,ns Sun- day. tI:lman err:w is c.arel>==nes in jadgment, says the State Safety Council. Pilot error, whether in the flyway or on the highway c'an still s,pell tra- aedy. For And A COl J C SH West 506 S John J. RI FA Mere| ANA-26498 Classified advertisill at a small  i  'iii! I ,::iii ii,ii[ GRADUATION Around The What's the perfect gift for a new Indian tribe presents a brand new warrior new bride. Another drinks a heady blend of powdered game bones and ashes! A haircut iJ in some ommunities--while in others, like after-shave sets and perfume. Know what a is and how it gives some male graduates iority over women? Which is the oldest known? What University wouldn't give you you kept your pet falcon on the premises? the world for odd coming-of-age customs THE CITY OF CHENEY LII NOTICE on outside burnii Open fires will ned in the City of after July 1. All outside burning (in will require a permit from the hey Fire Dept. Permits may from the Cheney City Hall, No. 3, Cheney Motor Co., or Growers. For further 235-6211. That makes Cheney's 25 Car-Wash SO GREAT!