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Pae 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, June 25, 1965 CHENEY FREE PRESS 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 Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ S4.50 per year All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ' A C TIN 10 Years Ago JUNE, 1955 Mrs. Helen tIoop;ngarner, Mrs. Daisy Burnett and Mrs. Jack Henry (Dorothy Bunett) have .arrived in Lon.don for a two month European vacation. The group left Spokane June 11 by plane and after a visit with friends in New York they flew to England. Mrs. Earl Hilton vvs ap- edu, eation,al circles o the West, wA1 asume his new position Sept 1, succeeding Dr. Ralph E. Tieje, who . resigned six weeks ago after six years as president. Saren Lundby was chosen commander rOf the Cheney American Legion post at its meeting Monday evening. Fire of unknown origin broke out at A1 Rutherford's milk house hst Thursday, bad- Conservation News -S By Clarence A. Kelley  [wiIl have charge of the re- Wmdsor News freshments. All are welcome, [cards, prizes and refreshlments By Mrs. James Widner ',el,1 for 50 cents. Proceeds will Winds0r gran,ge met June 16 in their hall with 17 members present. Adelaide Larsen, wimner of the State Grange cookie bak- ing contest, was honored. Philip Patterson, owcrseer of the grange celebrated his birthday. The group sang tlappy Birthday. Katherine Hewson, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hew- son, will represent Windsor gan'ge in the Spokane Inter- state Fair contest, "Fa,i, rest of the Fair." She is a Cheney .high school student. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Guest and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Steward served refreshments. Leone Widner, delegate to the State Grange session fr0,m WJnd,so, gave a partial report. The state grange will hold its convention in Spokane in 1963. There are no stairs to climb a. the dining room is on the same flor as the halt. Mr. ,and Mrs. WiIlard Hew- son, and children, former Winds:or .area residents, have returned to Atlan,ta, Ga., after .spending three weeks visiting ,his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Era- cry Hewson. En route home they toured Yellewstone park. Jim Patterson, who is in the naval reserve, amived Friday from Portland and Tacoma. He is assistant steward at Wind- sor grange. Framer granffers Mr. and Mrs. James Sweet a,nd baby @aghter visiced Mrs. be used for hall maintenance. There will be door prizes. Many high score prizes as well as the "galloping gr00Se' prize for five mines. A su, rprise birthday dinner and party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kjack near Malden June 16. It was Mr. an'd Mrs. Kjack's birthday. Attending were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hewson, brothers and their families, Elmer and Will,ard Hewson, sis- ter and family, Mrs. BuJ Tuck- er, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Blank, Mrs. Add'to Kjack and Mrs. Edra Oarlon. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Bud Tucker and family ,are visiting her sis- ter 'and family, Mr. ,and Mrs. Ray Threet in Des Moines, Wash., for a week. Mrs. Gene Hubbard and chil- dren of Richtand are visiting 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Em- ery Hewson. Mrs. Gertrude Benish has moved to Bothell to be near her children. Mrs. Oh Isenmann has moved to California and is with her daughter. Callers on Flfora Smith over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rupp, Mabel Wayne and Leona Widner. Mr..enid Mrs. Ed Rupp vis- ited Irma Stragier last Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterritt entertained seven tables of Iyler News By Wanda Stengle Mr..and Mrs. Elmer Harris and Donna with Miss Penny Hell, away visited the Dick Har- ris family of Ellens,burg. Leav- ing Wednesday and returning Sunday. They also drove to Sea- side to spends4 some time. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scbell en- tertained their children with a I Father's day dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Ran McKown ,and ,children and Johnny Schell were visit- ors on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and ch:iidren attende:d thi rodeo at Colville Sunday, ac- compaN,ed by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Buob of Che- ney. Guests ,at the home 'of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keith were th, e Lowelli Otto family from Post Falls celebrating Father's day with a dinner on Sunday. Sat- urday night guests were her daughter, Mrs. Helen Bewick and grandsons from Wenat- ehee. Weekend guests at the Clar- ence Kartchn,ers were Mrs. @oldie Lindsey of Troy, Mont., and sons Tim and Tom. Miss Chris Maynard returned home with them for a visit. Mr and Mrs. Rusty Maynard were weekerd visito,rs also Mr arid Mrs. Robert John- son from C o.rval.tis, Ore., neph- ew of Mr. and Mrs.. J.P. Brown, were Saturday callers. Mike Jackson celebrated his 10th birthday June 21, having pointed June 9 as a member of the board of Ch, eney school district 357. She is the piece ,of Jack Philleo, resigned. At least .four telephones a'nd ,about 800 feet of ph>ne cable were burn, ed out Tuesday afternoon when the extremely hot weather expanded pover lines and created a slmrt cir- cuit. A 13,000 volt poer line on Second street, expounded by the heat, sagged until it came in contact with a 2400 volt line creating a short and burning the lines in two. Mrs. Wilfrerd Gamon, assist- ed by Mrs. John Paulson, en- tevaired wit'h a coffee ,hour Saturday ,afternoon at the Gamon home to hm, or Mrs. Don Eastvold of Olympia. Pre- siding at the tabie were Mrs. Darretl Shute and Mrs Earl Hilton. Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur Beec,h- er nd son ,have m,oed into Ne W. E. Betz home on Fifth street. Mr. Beecher is assistant cashier of the Cheney branch bamk. The Betz faoAly have moved to Wm ke for Mr. and Mrs. 14axry Hair of Knights lake, ,near N'me Mile, celebeatod their golden wed. i ding a.nrdversary Saturday, I June 18. They are the parents[ of Qavl Hdr of Cheney. [ Mx. ad Mrs. Nohn 'Brown[ and daughters spent the week-I end in Seattle and saw lheir daughter Betty off to Iaaii for a six weeks tour and a summer course at the Univer- sity of Hawafi. Mr..and Mrs. Brown returned .by wa of We- natchee where he .atterded an automotive meeting. 20 Years Ago JUNE, 1945 The college board of trustees Saturday anrounced the ap- pointmon,t ,of Dr. Walter W. Isle of Palo Alto, Calif., as president of Bastern Wstfing- ton College of Education. Dr. Isle, prominently kn,vn in CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are agailable for education- al equipment and/or pplies 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 Purehasin. g. (July 1, 1964-July 5, 1965) Directory 0. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. ty amaging milk equime,n,t SCS Technician Sweet's parents, Mr. and Mrs. and ea:usi:ng same damage to a rmw separator, a sterilizer and WATERWAYS PLANNED I D2dl l.i h eA; aieu rVe t t hlaw;:k I a washin, g machine. The sod waterway season is lit , .... A .... Plans fr the opening on I in progress. Many ,of the drain- "'r;,n", ...... m h .... a September 10 of the. Seventh [ ages applicable to waterway i ,JJ/'*,--.'.. ',,""'\\;,'-:'"..'"'+\o Day Adventmt acaa, y I devetopment are drying out S-'u-da .......... - .. , ........ t at r , y, June zo, at o p. IIL Spangle were ann,ounceu twon- [ ann construcuon .is Degrrmmg. I .nn, v.ridnor ie oh,Mrrnnn ns- day m Spokane. The p,urcnase, ] A1 Vershaeve, SCS engineer, ]o.,,a ,,, u,. u,,,,, a, ..... b the Upper Col,urabm con- [ and Rudy Kosenzwetg asssted]lnro n Miohollo nn,cl Jim ('nn ference, of Broadacres county cooperators of the Southwest l,,d ,,fh, u, m, a,,,, as tal for e#ou /S o ,farm and h p' ". p kane SWCD last week m[ ' - $100,000 cash at an uction the review ,of several N,anned" eon'dueted by the county aS jobs. voluntarily enter into a pro- cards Friday evening. Am,ang those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Walter H oee, Mr. and Mrs. Carl M o.rig, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hulin', Rose and Tom Mc- Guire. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Coin of Seattle are visiting Mrs. C(I- lin's parents, Mr. and M, rs. Arthur Vandersmith. Mrs. Col- lin, Pauline, is the Waslhington State Grange secretary and was elected to that office for the r.ext two years at the State the Virgil Bonk fiamily as guests Monday evening. Mrs. Margie Brown attended a party at the home of Kaven Miller of Sprague last Tuesday. Ed Salmonson of Quiny was an overnight guest of the John home from Greece. He flew over to attend to his 1,ate ath-i er's business .and settle the es- tate. He came home by boat; Mrs. Gavras met m on the east coast and they drove home Spokane was announced. The Yakima Valley academy, now located at Granger, with an en- rollment of 170 students, will be moved to the new school which is being planned to house 300. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cooil and Mr. and Mrs. Ed arner re- tu:rnd Sunday from Indiana with two new school bses for the Chancy district. Mrs. A. R. Smith and son Michael returned this week frem a week's sit with her parrents :at Polsm% Mont. Adrew Gray, son of M. G. M. Gray, loft last week for Carka, Idaho, where he will be employed on the ranch off John Van Brunt, forrnerly of Cheney. 39 Years Ago JUNE, 1926 Oheney's n,ew departanent store, Casey's will be aned today, Friday, according to def- inite ,an.'ouncement this week of the owner and manager, A. B. Coney and J. J. Bell. The two men" have bee busy fay two weeks preparing tim room they have tead at the cor- ner of Main and Normal, the location formerly occupied by Bair's Grocery. Miss Hal.on Farrington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Parrington vf Chancy, and Glen Grnt of Malden were quietly married in Spokane June 12. After taking a short trip to Sand,point and Priest lake, they will make their home in Ephrata vchere Mr. Gant is connected with a gov- errment survey Deer hunters who armually trek to the Okaogan ;hills or elsewhere or their ha.nting may be able to stay Ngt at home next seaon. So reasens B. F. Cotyav wh)stood on ,his own perch ,and watched a doe deer ,cross the n,orh end of the airport within tle city limits bout noon Friday. , Miss Maxine Rogers, daugh- ter of the John Rogers of Am- ber, and Wilbur Beckon were married at Colax Saturday. They ,are nmking the home at Fish lake. Mr. Becken is em- pyed at the Chen,ey Weeder Co. plant here. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Frasieri and three children, Mrs. Ber- tha Franklin and Verna Swegle spent the weekend at the Fras, ier cottage .on Ion lake. Miss Verna Betz, daugh,ter of Mr an'd Mrs Aihert Betz, is atterdi,ng the University of California at Berkeley this summer. Dr. Jesse F. West and wife and baby daughter started on their return trip Wednesday mormng to San Francisco. They :have been visiting his brother Dr. M. A. West. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Pugh at- tended ,a fay reunion of Mrrs. Pugh's relatives at Day- ton" ,lst weekend. Miss Elsie Stellar and Miss Florence Rue were Sunday ditmer guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. Mark Rateliffe. Ray J. HuI1 of Am*her lacer- a,ted his right land Saturday vchie erankin,g ,his ear. You can find it in the classifieds, Approximately 2275 lineal feet o,f proposed waterway was staked for Edgar Widmau', Plaza. Widman's woJterway ties on a 2-3% slope md will c,arry runoff water from 130 acres. In order to carry this water at a safe speed, which will ot cause erosion, an eJght foot bottom was d eNgned. The water fl'ov :in this de- i sign will be alpraximateiy four cubic feet per second. At flows faster than four cfs eros- ion is apt to ,occur. At flows less than three e,fs siltation then, betimes a peeblem. A ppe,r design takin into ac- ootmt the dvoixtage area, slope, and the water veocRy is im- portant in deveolkng sewice- able nd 1,astmg waterways. Widman plans to do his own construction work with a cat and dozer The finishirg will be done with the SWCD pul- type grader. To help de,my the cost of waterway instalhtton the Spo- kane County Agriculture Coa- servation Program, 301 Hutton ]Bdg., Spokane, will cast-share with farmers up to 15 cents per :lineal foot on projects ade- quately designed. Fa,rmers in- :terested in cost-shearing must first make apptication" *and ob- tain approval before ibeginlaing corstruction. Washington Bar Association A "LEGAL SEPARATION" '1 want a legal separation, [ not a divorce," lary Ant said. [ 'AI I want s to get my bus-[ aand out of the house and keep [ ,him .out. But I want to make[ sure hat ,he wll  me[ enou , h to suptxt me and the i ChiMren wlfile we're living alone." Do you think Mary Ann can get :a "legal separation" with- out filing suit for divorce or separate maintenance? The amsrer is that there is no such ttfiin'g a5 a '"legal sep- aration" in the sense tlat M,m'y Ann wants it Her Case Is Limited Skme her ;husband is living at home and is supporting her and the children, she cannot sue him for separate mainten- anee, which some peole term a legal partmn, even though she can't stand :hang m around. The fact that he may drink to excess, beat her, ,associate with other women, or be mean to the children does nt. give her ground,s fwr sp- arate maintenance, as lorg as he does not desert her and cn- tinues to support her. No Such Status Mary Ann can start a suit fay divorce arid get a restrain- ing order which will require her husband to stay away from the family home and to su,poct for her and the ch 'y dren, under some circumstanc- es. ,Some people refer to this as 'legal sepaartion," but it is in reality the first step on the v.d to titimate divorce. Sometimes a husband and wife, not wanting a divorce, party settlement contract in which they divide their pro- perty and agree to handle their affairs separately from then on. To some peopIe this arrangement may be consid- ered a "legal separation." But the truth is that there is n'o "legal se.parati.o,n" recog- nized as a family status in Washin,gton. The el.'osc,st thing to a "legal separation" is a de- cree of separate main,tenance to a wife whose hu,stxald has left her and is rmt supporting her or the family. (This eotumn is wtten to irform, not advise. Facts may eha,ge the appliatio of the aw.) "J Grange sessdon in Peseta. Mrs. Cotiin has been state grange secretary for six years. Moran grange held a card party in their hall last Frd,ay evenirg. There were 23 tables of cards in play. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Win'sor, Adelaide Lar. sen, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Engle, Irma Stragier, Merle Hann um, Mr. and Mrs. MAiler and Leona Widner. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hub- thal and Mr..and Mrs. Lyman Huhenth,al had charge of the party. Mrs. Vallie Woodhurst fell and injured her face one day last week. William Garras has an, iced by car, touring the eastern states e,n ro,ute hanna. Louise Lemonaire, Sprague, visited in Cheney last Satur. day. Other Sprague visitors here 1,ast week were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johns,n, Mr. and Mrs. G. Jasman, Mr and Mrs Fran.k Vorderbraggen and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Koch. The l)anish card party held last Saturday had 29 tables of cards in, play. On the commit- tee were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrtin, Mrs. Alvilda Garras, Adelaide Larsen and Mr. and Mrs. John Bach. Among those winning the 20 prizes were Chris Har.n, Fred Martin, and Mrs. R. Hall d / picture of quality... Hams Friday Mrs. Solmonson ter residents and be sorry to lear onson died h st RichaTd Browr Lakeland Village week. 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