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v Page 2 Cheney Free Press Priday, June 5, 1964 qrhP CHENEY FREE PRESS East Cheney e,e Four Lakes ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Entered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Matter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every NATIONAl. EDITORIAL at Cheney, Washington. l IAfC/I,.I. N Friday morning Spokame County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year --- i:l:llirlll,,,li,,l:l=l:i r%W/-vi,  v -- All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER JACK PIERCE .................................... EDITOR 00dWt 40 Years Ago 1924 Dr. Ernest O. Iolnd, presi- dent of W'ashinLgtm State Col- lege, gave the commenvement address at the Noon, a1 sc,hool Thursday marning. Three hun- dred di..piomas and certificates were issued. Cheney students ilmtuded Florence Wendler, Myrtle Harmon, Versa Betz, He,len Buchanan, Norma Cox, Mkldred Bemis, Helen Buchan- an, Elizabeth ConVey, Gerakl- ine quertin, Iris McDormM, Eher Painter and Virginia Shoaltev. Two Oheney firm, tle Ro- tary Rod Weed & Maufaur- ing Co..and the Cheney Union Warehouse Co., have combined their organizatkms. The .board of directors w elected by stockholders and owners of Conservation News the to firms as fo,ll, ovs: I. F. Balinger, president; J.D. Peuck, vice president; L. C. VanPatten, manager and secre- tary; and Dona,ld McEdwards, treasurer. The St. John school ,and Sun- set high school held thor an- nual picnic a,t Banker's Re- sort on Williams Ixke. Mrs. Rsell.a Bunker, manager, said fisl-dng has been goad with bass being caught or, the Vain- pire bait, crappies ave taking live nnnows, and the silver lrout ae being eaugfit with :be Indi, ana spinner in slow tr:ltng. 30 Years Ago 1934 Cmmermemert exercises were held FidaT everg wCth Gov. CIarenve D. Martin speaking to the clas. Diane Cooil gave the va, ledicr #peech and Hen Freeman tlm salutatory. lss Fanees A]li)agh and Royal Hohnan were united ,in rear,age June 5. Miss Glenna Lowry and Ho- mer Putter exeharged wedding vew Ju,ne 1. Mi,s Nadine McCoskey be- came the bride of Harvey J oImson last Thursday evening. Cecl Anderson and Miss Katherirm Land of Benge were married at Newport June 4. Miss Voa Harmon became the bride of Arnold L. Hagen June 3. 20 Years Ago 1944 Lee Moore, out-going mayor, entertained a dirmr Thurs- day evening for city council members as follows: Dr. 0. E. JoPmson, W. B. McLare.n, John Gibson, Dr. W. R. Bernard, J. IS. Ine, Lloyd Hollidayh' and Mark Ratcliffe. The body of an unidentified man was found by Louie Franz and his ,son on their an near Badger lake. Paufe Browne gave the val- edictory speech and 'Mildred M a2sh the satu c An- bet high school cx)mmence- merit exercises May 25. Bb Reimke, formerly with th:e Oheney Drug cmnpany here, has pm'cha,:ed the Mch- all Drug store in Mhe, Minnesota . 10 Years Ago 1954 Thirty,four diplomas were presnted to 34 ,graduating n- iors riday eveniwg Susanne Salt wa aledictorian and Myra Tiey, sailtatoan. Lora Schmtt vr attend 4,H Club cmp at Pullman as delegate of the I-Iavmgndr 4-H club. Predec B, hue,r gave the valedictory .address and Larry Zehin, the salutatory at Span, gle high school commencement exercme May 26. Letters To The Editor Dear EdRor: I am wdtin,g in ,behal of the clperones for  senior pi, c- nic at Twin Echoes Resort Mr. and Mrs. Ted McMillan l. and Mrs. MelSamm?s and my husband and mysetf. This is a letter to the grad- uated Gheney senior crass of 1964, their peren, and the general public interested in the "se,niar party." The senior lific was hem at Twin Echoes , a 35 mile drive from Spokane. It is a bearutifut take, hidden down among tree taden moun- tains. The resort, reserved only for the Cheney group from 11 a. m. to 6 p. m., ws very clean and neat; the pro- prietar ve qua{ified to man- age a large group of young ?eple. The chaperoneswi,sh to thank the senior class for ,giving us the privilege and honor of chaperoning them. We just hope we a* qualified as chap- erones as weU as they quali- fied as grown up young men and women. Your parents, ache,rs and cemmunity should be proud of you. Your cltaperones certainty were. This was a very rewarding day for us. I think we all too often judge the young people in other people's eyes. The pro prietor, Mr. Shernen, praised Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner WENATCHEE SITE OF GRANGE CONVENTION Grangers from the 32 grang- es in Spokane County will go to Wenatehee Sunday to at- tend the State Grange @onven- tion. The State Grange is cele- brating its 75th Diamond Jub- ilee. On Sunday at 1 p. m. there will be a parade. Ea, ch county will have a decorated car and clothes of the "good old days" will be worn. Amo.rtg those atte.ndg as delogates from flis area will be Mary Brown, Sunset grange; Alvina Kern, Paradise; Mrs. Joe Van Hter, Oppor- tunity; and I.ona Widner, Win4sor. HAGEL RETURNS HOME Roy Hagel, fovlner State grarge youth C',hairmm and nv a resident of Oakland, Calif., has returned ,lome after speviding a week visng his mother, Mrs. Nellie Hagel; bao- ther Dale and sisters, Mrs. Del- lie Adair, Mrs. A1 MorasLh Mrs. Philiip Patterson ,and Dixe Ha,gel. Dixie accompanied  broth- er home and wl make her home in Oakland near him. MRS. STERRITT WINS Windsor grange  23': tables of cards in play tast Satm'day evening. Among the 21 winning prizes were Mrs. Frank Steitt ad Ms. Joe Wade of Sunset grange. Serving lmmh during cof- fee hur were Mrs. Nina Hobs, Mrs. Harold Werhan and Mrs. Bert Parshal. Jim- my and K.arn Olson poured coffee arid tea. Irma Stragier and Adelaide Lsen set the card tables and decorated the dining room tabb- ies with flowers grown in Ade- laid Larsen's private park at her home. CARD PARTY TONIGHT Stmse grange w1 hve a card party this eveniag at 8 p. m. Widar grange met Wed- nesday evening with Dale Guest, master., in the ChaR. A report ws gven by Irma Stm- gie,r, treasurer, on the ontique this group of young people. This group has left their mark on tlmir chaperones. We hope they have succeeded in leaving a trace of thedr feat- steps for oher seni's to fol- low. They are .respectful and honorable footsteps. It 'is regretful that mare stu- dents couldn't lmve participat- ed in t'his wonderful outing. Maybe in future yea this party shotld be "thought about" by parents and teach- ,ors, as wetl as the student, at least a couple mnths in atw.rme. The president o the 1964 ch,ss, Steve M211er, sould be complimen,ted for his prt in the organization of this par- ty. Mrs. E. W. Mghan R. 1, Cheney By Anna Phillips POTLUCK AT GRANGE A pot/tck anniversary sp- per will precede tbe East Che- ney grange meetiag tonight at 7. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. d Mrs. Chester Phil- lips and Mrs. Anna Phillips were hs Friday dinner guests of Ms. ,Oora Elilot of Spokane. They vsi,ted the Riverside Park cemetery. Miss Joyce LaWmh enter- {ained at a sl mber party lst Friday nht far 20 school- mates from Maryelif High and Cheney High SChools. Mr..and Mrs. Chester Phil- lips and John'n spenc Satur- day ,afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Piersol of Spangle nd Saturday evenin,g with Mr. and Mrs. Tom La'bis:h and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Harring- ton ,and Mr. and Mrs. J.ohn Har- rington, were Sunday evening luncheon guests of the Ches- ter Phillips. Jennifer, daughter of Mr. ad Mrs. Joe Labih, is recov- ering from red measles. Mrs. Harry Hampton spent last weekend at Lewistn. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown entertained :at dinner last Sun- day for Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Mrteron of Spolane. Mrs. Celia Kelly is keeping her gra, ndsons Ronnie and Wayne Shaw of Spokane while thedr parerts, Mr. and Ms. E. R. Shaw, .are on a trip to Canada. auction profit, on ren r the .hail ,arid profit from the kit- then. Among .the gage lad- ies working in the kitchen were Rth Guest, Adelaide I,arsen, Irma Strgier, CRvolyn Barshafl, Dorie Hewson, Nina Hobbs, Ann Getram, Laurel Ptterson, Jevri Mvasch, Na- dne KeUy, Jennie Stenvart and Karon Cravtford. RELATIVES HOLD PICNIC A picnic was hem in High Bridge Park lst Sunday by all o,f Roy ]tagel's retive,s. He .was the hond,r guest. Attend- ug were the ramies of Mrs. Nelie Hagel, Philip Patter- son, Dellie Adair, I)a,e Ha,gel, and Mr. and Mrs. Ahn Mor- asch. 40 AT SHOWER Poty relatives and friends attended the pink and blue shower i Windsor grange hall last Thursday evening far Mrs. Ahan Moraseh, nee Jervi Ha- gel. PERSONAL MENTIONS Ade'hide Larsen, Irma Stra- gier and Mary Brown attended the Sisters of Herman c.ard party Tuesday ftern(mn. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. ,layfield entertained at dinner last Sat- urday for Lyle and Larry Hodtgsou. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Widner of Seattle visited Mrs. Jim Wid- net last Friday. They attend- ed the Memoal Day dinner ot Pine City on Saturday. I,a,ren Olson was an over- night guest of Wray Beth Johnston Tuesd,ay ni' The girls attended the seventh and eigh grade pay at Medical Lake ElemenCary Schol Tues- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art Ha,nnen- btwg ,have ,armounced the forthcoming wedding of their daughter, Diane Ottm,eier, to David Smith on June 20. Diane is a former member of Windsor grange, Paradise Junfie grange. FREE FREE 2 HourColor Film PROCLAI M I NG "EVERLAST! NG GOOD NEWS" AROUND THE WORLD Inspiring! Educational! This film reaches into your life. It may sur- prise and startle you, but it will stimulate and strengthen your faith in God. Come and bring your friends! Saturday, June 20, 1964 Cheney High School Auditorium Produced by Watch Tower Society Color by Technicolor FREE FREE By Clarence A. Kelley Soil Conservation Service The weather is dry; irriga- tmn sprinkirs are going; drainage and wterwy jees are in f, ttll ; and pro- greys, like time, ticks onward. MmW distri cooparators are busily ,sm up last year's newly-Shaped ways and seeding em dorn to grass. Others are busy dozing and grading iJn efforts to shape old gu'llies arm phlem areas into smooth wate courses. Grass will .then Inn)vide the ever necessary to l)revent erosion from future runoff waters. Soil Conservation Service teclmicins 'g  dis- trict helped stake. 4,420 feet of waterway with Edgar Widman; 6,045 with Etmer and Ro,le Porter, and 2,400 with Oscar Musser. Gene Karl:fln ', was as, sisted in Laying ott 2,000 feet of open dr' aitge i dtVh acl 500 feet of tie line for the remov- al .of excess s uaee wters. In an effort o t an od gully md enable shaping for a waterway, Elmer and Rlie Porter were s'.mted in the layout of an  sediment dam. The dam is plamed to be about six feet lgh, e'ght feet wide at the top, and 80 feet long. R wilt cona:m nealy 500 cubc yards of each. Its over- flow will be a protective wate- way dttmping once a sah'd rock base. Livestock Ponds Planned Fed WilCox plans anther 1,040 feet of teraace diversion i.n addition to those previously staked. N. B. Martin and David Riehte each have plans for live- stock pons. Although wooed practic- es ,have ceased because of dis- ease ,and insect problems until Aug. 15, Cliff Ra}ala, Phi11p Samek and N. B. Martin hve beea assisted by Kudy R0senz- weig in the lay out of wood- land management sites. To pro- vide fie protecti, H.F. Mindrup phnned 2,640 feet of fire trai through hs wood- lards. Ira Shea and son have reported campieti on five acres of pruning and thinning. J'ohn Cuse ptars retkre- meat of 15 acres of eroded hilItops to permanent grass and falfa; Bob ReAtmeier has seeded out four acres, and Floyd Simpson 38 acres. The district placed 1,637 acres of land under rmw coop- erative agreements with John Babb, Jerry Betz, LIoyd Nel- sor and Eugene Ball. Conser- vation Corm pl. were deliv- ered to Gerald Ges,ke and Lee Pietz. j5-12 Lenard Mace---RI 7.7606 VACATION TIME There will be rm Four Lakes eolamn next week because the repartex is going on vacation. GRANGE MEETS JUNE 12 Grange will meet Jtme 12 at 8p.m. CAR WASH PLANNED Busy Fingers 4-H will h, old a car wash tomorrow from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. at the Fbur Lakes Union Station. Hme made candy will be on sale. FAIR BOARD MEETS The fair board met Wednes. day at 8 p. m. at the G rangz hall. The retiring president, Herman Willms, presided. The new president is Glenn Dob- bins. Secretary-treasurer is Mrs. Michael Miller. The com- munity fair will be Sept. 12 on the grange grounds. The next meeting of the fair board wlli be June 17 at 8 p. m. WOMEN TO MEET Grange auxiliary will meet June 18 at the home of Mrs. Gretchen Mo,ser. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Losc0e Taylor of Evans were weekend guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Richard V,aughn and family. Mrs.H.L. Davis spent Tues- day and Wednesd,ay with the Leon Barricks. Wednesday af- terrmon Mrs. Barrick and Mrs. Davis spent the afternoon in : Spokane. Oallers at the Crooks home last week we,re Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson. Sunday night Ms. Crooks attended graduation exercises for her grazlson, Dennis Crooks, at the Slkane Colis- eum. Dona,ld Jetticke arid Keith Su,tton a, ttended a wedding at WaJla Walla Sunday night. On; Sunday Mr. ,and Mrs. Earl Kellogg of Spokane were after- rmen guests of the Sid Larsons Sunday evenin, g guests oS the Larsons were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell I,ars:n and Mr. and l!rs. D'le Jo,h,nson and family of Seattle visited Mrs. Larsu Monday forenoons. Mr. arid Mrs. Edon Jenicke and Mrs. Bxbara M'omn at- tended Whitworth graduation exercises at Covles Memorial auditorium. Barbara Moran re- ceived her deceased husband's B. S. degree. Elaine Can:ning and Mrs. Verra Andrews spent the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. Herb Andrews and family in KenL On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stewart a, nd Mrs,. Hattie Van Camp were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp. Callers during the week at the Kirkpatrick home were Mr. and Mrs. Larry St, one from Fairchild. Grace Michelson and Mary Maddux o,f Cheney vi.ited ot the Wynstra home Sunday. They attended open house a Laketand Village. Marie Seimer of Medical Lake was a dinner gue,st of the Wynstras Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wynstra attended funeral services for Hazel Andersm o,f Almira Monday afternoo,n. Relatives who bad dinner at the Bob An- derson home before the fun- eral were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wynstra, Mr. anti Mrs. Lavevne Lea of Puerto Reo, and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Ganon of Yakima. Binn'a Dummeier Franc Mason. Miss Mason dinner guest of George ShieMs, kane. Mr. ,and Mrs. St. attended Day dinner at Sattwday. Mrs. Ron tain.ed the club May 27. t)y Mrs. Don' Howavd Marsh Harris. The club next on June 10 of Mrs. Kent Mr. and Mrs. bel and Tam and Wat Hub.bel picnic guests of A1 Da, hl and Mr. and Mrs. tor were and Mrs. Beh, ard. They Chairman. guets o Mr. Cummings were Howard Mars,h, Keth Marsh, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Elsie A veteran ently and Henry Wynstra visited Guy be en,titled to Leach and Tom Crier Thurs- fis if he is 4ay. enough to Mrs. Mac Mannng and her anld aCtendanve, brother John Longbottom were the Veterans ca,Mers Friday at the hne of the C. F. Johsorts. Amber News By Jennifer Jordan MCKINLEYS ENTERTAIN SATURDAY EVENING Saturday evering vistor.s of Mr. a.nd Mrs. Ron MKinley, Traffic i driver parked can't you Woman: can read. It parking.' 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