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Number 5 E THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Chancy, Washinglon Friday. July 9, 1965 Single Copy 10 Cents New Supermarket d at Medical Lake up for the town of Medical Lake. broken on Thursday of last week for a new 4200 supermarket building ,plus another ,adjoining the Brown Insurance Agency. The contrac- DOuglas, Inc., of Spokane, ,acquired the (ld city the town off Medical Lake and will lease the to Dick Hever and Orville Olsoa,, presently Swgart grocery store. The buildings should be 'occupancy in 90 to 100 days, according to May- Gets New Park 'greed to swap the Park site for a new ortheast part of times larger. The acquired the new landscaped it, 20 trees each installed ring system ft. park- park- lmvk should summer, Mr. Free Press. are bvi.ght also In new Medi'cal Ike a sewer sys- ordinance plus Mercury Readings Too 'Unofficial' For Proper Record It was real h.t the past week, all right, and we're sorry we can't give you a weekly report of the temper- ature. It seems the grounds crew at the college had the sprinklers running near and pe.rhaps on the recording in- struments, cooling the sur- rounding air end making the readings highly unofficial. The Geography department, which takes the readings, explained this to The Free Press Thursday morning. FTIA financing that mare of I *yeas at the might now I town rather Andrew Pence, 90, 'o0000ov.d Paid Last Tribule Ltly awarded plus engin- ests, for Lake to Wash- the city li.m- road to and 850 feet of Lakeland Vil- of Grants street. and Asphalt ane won the lmve been lrtost traveled wi,ll be im- according to Ask Kids I Clinic ....... bebell clinic, the Spokane ion Oil orn- from 3:30 . rn. Tuesday, July b Fairgrounds ball obtained Oil sta- lag will s for evening with Heard :out "yelp for paper ask- for early ue to the Men- are happy to was excellent. eample ad copy Edgett Wh) re- at Will- been learn- to catch m orn- out two . In Buhl, towns they the week" traveler. work in .. Now that we wkh the word ,a k in it. is avail- News- sOl, d 70 off 1,ast s. We actually than the in this col- ran out by! as if Press- had bet- press run to eknlg.. We been joke early thOr- game in pasture 'one of slid into was first lotie W;g fret haircut the maybe we warm real happy Pos is nw lmue and welcmne his .. We re- an item in back when aying his re- wes eonid- Fish lake week's at . See you hole. Here This Morning I Funeral services for Andrew Pence, age 90 years, were held today (Friday) July 9, at 10 a. m. from the Memorial Chapel of Jerue Funeral Home with the Rev. George Nichol offfic- iathlg and burial in Riverside Park cemetery in Spokane. Survivors are one son, tto- mer Pence of Cheney; one daughter, Mrs. Gladys Palmer, Spokane; two grandchildren and ,six great grandchildren. He .as born in South Green- field, Me., and trod merle his home in Ohene area for past 60 years, as  tarmer a,rM cat. teman. He as a mer of Amber gange and Temple ,1Vamanic Ddge, Chaney. He was tahe hst member of his family and a brother of tle :late Omer Pence ,and Mrs. Charley Brown. Ledure & Rec!tal Slate.d Wednesday Evening, July 141h A consultant on m uaic cur- riculum to more than 25 col- leges ,and universities and a native of Washington, Dr. John A. FlOwer, will present a lec- ture-recital 'at Eastern Wash- ington State College Wednes day evening, July 14. His program will be in She- walter auditorium, startirg at 8:15 p. m., .and is part  the  EWSC summer quarter con certs. Admission is free. Born in Aberdeen, Wash., Dr. Flower has degrees rmn the University of Washington and from the University off Michigan school of music, where he is associate dean and professor of music. During World War II he served as an Air Force combat pilot, spending 18 months in the South Pacific. Wrote Textbook Author of "Keyboard Har- mony," a textbook, he ,has also written many articles publish- ed in professional journals. In 1959-60, Dr. Fower gave 10 lecture-recitals, performing in its entirety Bach's "Well Tempered Clavier." From 1957 to 1963, Dr. Plow- er served as executive secre- tary on the commission on cur- ricula of the Natonalr' Associa- tion of Sckools of Music. In this capacity ke has worked closely with various faculties tbrougheut the country on matters of music curriculum, personally visiting campuses in the U. S. and Puerto Rico. Missouri Society Picnic Set July 25 The annual picnic of the Mis- sou society will be held on Sunday, July 25, in Manito park, Spolane. President Mrs. W. R. Bergloff of Cheney is in charge, and Mrs. Wiley B'own, is ean of the progrmn. A noon lm host luncheon will be ,held with the program at 1:30 p. m. The Melody Singers of the Irthnd Empire will be fen. tured in songs. Games and a free ride for the children on a Spokane fire Iruck re on the 'program. ,% BATTER UP: In this A league game played Swegle, catcher at Fisher Field July 1, Cheney team No. 2  batter is Bobby won 6-5 over Cheney No. I. Umpire is Steve 12 Cheney High School Students Earn Honor States Seventy-two Cheney high school :students earned places on the fourth quarter honor roll enddng June 4. The story in last week's Free Press bout honor student actually was the cumulative grade point aver- ages. Itere is the fourth quar- ter honor roll for Cheney high school. FreshmenMargaret Blair, Dale Buob, Lynn Carlson, Bob Crabb, Ken Dobbins, Pamela Edamatsu, Mary Goes, Dean Halwas, Linda Hardie, Jerry i Hilton, Margo Kembel, Susan Mercer, Susan Murphy, Ron Ni- col, James Robertson, Dave Simpson, Phil Stiffler, Rose- mary Swank, Betsy Thuot, Dim 6a Thur, Tom Whi'tfield and Anna Williamson. Sophomores--Judy Ashley Patty Deininger, Steve Dob- bins, Cheryl Ceetrz, Rick Hil- ton, Marlene Hoover, Jemior Jordan, Marret Kerr, Ruth Lass, Mike IAddeH, Marge Lionel- Cheney Free Press this week are Jerald W.':Brown of the Brown Insurance Agency, George Steen:of B's Drive- In, A. L. Musser  the Buck- horn, 0. A. Jqulth of Air- way Heights Grocery, Bob Tremblay, firdchief, and F. J. Campbell, 11 of Airway Height.. Others are Miss Betty Ord, Cheney; 13. A. / Cadet R. H. Hagelin lily, Box 1785, U. S. A. F. Acady, Colorado, and Dennis walm, 2041 5th St., Boulder, Colo. F, Ratctiff00 Fami!y Enl0yed Ni Y. Fair, First Dispatches Received From Toni Pugh in Europe The Chancy Free Press herewith presents the first two let- ters written ,by Mrs. Kyle Pugh for  enjoyment of readem off the home paper. M. Pugh oft (mney n a 7 a. m. flight on Tuesday, June 22 for Seattle .and Vancouver, B. C. delm then on the polar flight to Englaml. In her fst dispches Toni describes ,her experiences  Erg .lmM and PaNs. She and Mm'io Hamlet and his mother rom Chile ph.nned to rent a sml car ir Paris and tour Europe. Here is ,her irst dispatch. Injures Mower Blade ....... ...... Seriously Larry Ham of Cheney 2 and Stone for Cheney 1 team. Free P.sAdds [Roy Keene Service New Sscribers During 6stWeek Held at Medical New subscbers to the Lake Last Friday Sales Rec00d Prize Mr: and Mys!Fred RatctL and daughters, Louise and Alice, Cheney, recently spent five days at the New York World's Fair as guests of Eutectic Welding Alloys cor- say, Lynn Doomer, Judy Moore, potation. Carorn Poore, Mike Purvis, i  Mr. Rtcliffe is a tehrtical AlexRajala, Peggy Smith, Per-[ represermtive for the firmsin : ry ThOmpson and Sandy Yod-lthe Spokane area. He was er. I awarded the trip for compiling Juniors -- Patty #hatburn, Jan outstaadin, g sales record on Ann Cordill, Darlene Deinin. I the companY s new Eutalloy ger, Ann Fletcher, William Me-!welding process, a metals-join, Donough, Sharon MKie, Tom in'g :and overlaying system for Owald, Renee Philleo, Pamela the maintenance and brica- Reed, George Rosenzweig, Ken Secrest, Dan Simeruk, Din,a Smith, Pat Snalap, Bill Wad- dington and GLtSS Willimson. Seniors -- Ruth Bell, Edna Cheerer, Patricia Edamatsu, Cvh Packrell, LiaNa Gray, Richard Iagelin, Nancy John- son, Rollene Johnston, Sue RuFFleS, Linda Simpson, Mike Snoop, Steve Swegle, Nora Tibbitts, Berta Wahl and Lyn- da Whitinger. DEATH SUMMONS ADDLE ALLBAUGH Mrs. Addle E. Allbauh, 86, ,a former long time resident of Cheney, and in Spokane fr the past 25 years, died in, a Spokane kospital last week. She was ,born in Wyoming and a,s a teacher in Idaho and Wshington. While in Ceney she ,had a boarding ,house for college gins, while er three children Jack Allbaugh, Fran- ces (lrs Royal Holman), Helen (Mrs. F. E. Parker) were at- tendg the Cheney schools. They all smwive ,her with five irandchildren and five great grandchildren. She was a member of Alcy- one clapter OES, PEO, Vhte Shrine, Deaconess Guild nd Westminister Contgregational church. She served as house- mother for Deaconess lesital nurses until entering River- view retirement home. Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 6. Rev. Willard Jhason officiated at Hazen and Jaeger Funeral hme. Cre- mation followed. Tuition Award to Lynn W. Hossom (Reporter Katherine Holloway) Roy Clifton Keene, 73, died June 29 at the Cottage hospi- tal in Santa Barbara, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Keene were visiting their son, Adelbert, when he took ill. ttis it'Lness lasted a number of months. Mr. Keene was barn in Port- land, Ore., on Dec. 14, 1890 and came to Medical Lake at the age of 17 to work at the Silver lake granite quarry. He was en- aged in the granite business for many years and founded the Keene & Son Granite com- pany. Mr. Keene was an active member of the Medical Lake Cmmnity ehudch and at va,r- ious times held offices in the Sunday school and church in- - supertntndant f :.,the teacher,  leader and life member of the trustees. He was also a member of the Eagles lodge and of the Medical Lake Chamber of Com. mI'e. Many Survivors His survivors include his wife, Mrs. Birdie Irene Keene, who will be saying with her daughter, Mrs. Jessie Clark, at the quarry property near Med- ical bake; three son's, Clifton R. Keene, Tudock, Calif., &)yce E. Keene, Spokane, and AdeIbert R. Keene, Santa Bar- bara; two daughters, Mrs. Jes- sie Clark, Medical Lake, al Mrs. Myrtle Queener, Ptlatch, Idaho; 19 grartd.ehildren and two great grart4children. The funeral service of praise was held Fdiday at 2 p. m. at the Community church in Med- ical Lake. The pastor, the Rev. Charles Billups, offiated at the service. Music was provided by Mrs. Mamie Parmeter, organ- ist, ,and Mr. and ,Mrs. Bob Rod- gets, vocah:sts. A special feature of the eosed casket service ws in- dividual pictures of Mr. Keene which wore enclosed in each memorial folder prepared by the Ball & Dodd Ftmeral hvme which ',had charge of the ar- rangements. The family requests that in- stead of flowers memorial gifts be sent to the building: furd of the Medical Lake Com- mun, ity church. Interment was at Greenwood. 53 Correspondence Courses Scheduled At Eastern College Fifty-three courses are of- fered in the Eastern Washing- ton State College correspon- dence bulletin for 1965-66 Ramoa,d M. Giles, EWSC di- rector of correspondence, said. The new bulletin, now avil- able to interested persons from the EWSC correspond- ence ffiee, lists courses in aN, business, economics, edu- cation, English, geography, hstory, home eeonnies, p- litical scien(ce, psycloloT and sociology. Twenty-five members of the regu,hr EWSC faculty are list- ed as instructors. :e MARKETS iWhite Club, mhI ........ $ 1.27 Soft WINCe, bushel ......... $ 1.27 Barley, ton (new crop) ;$42.00 Oats, ton (new crop) ...... $44.50 Wednesday qu(tation, FOB Chancy. tirOn of metal parts and equil> meat. While in New York, Mr. and Mrs. Ratcliffe were feted at a dirmer prty at the fashion- able Sky crib atop New York's Pan American building. C. O. EDWARDS, MEDICAL LAKE, BURIED TUESDAY Graveside funeral services for Clarence O. Edwards was held on Tuesday, July 6, with Jerue Funeral Home in charge. Burial was in Spokane Memor- ial ardens with Re. Russell Atsgaard officiating. Survivors are his wife, Violet M. at the home in Medical Lake; three daughters, Arlene in Paice, Italy; Mai'ne Otson and Wil- ma Frey, Spokane; four sons, Clarence, Seattle; Jck in Wal- lace, Idaho; Robert and Kern neth in Spokane; one sister, Mrs. Lula Hout, Spokane; 14 grandchildren and five great grardchiktren. He was a former employee at Eastern State Iospital, Med- ical Lake, and a Medical Lake service station operator. Life's Been Good To Us Old Timers "There's a generation now that never heard of Hoot Gibson or a rumble seat, who never tasted homemade root beer or a corn-silk cigarette, never heard of Omaha Beach and Tarawa, cannot imagine gas rationing and bell.bottom trousers, cares little about making rabbit traps, never chased an ice wagon for the chips, never had haircut with handpowered clippers, never wore a mustard poul- tice on a chest or an asa- fetida bag hung around the neck, never cranked en auto- mobile, enjoyed a moonlight beat ride, sent a penny l.t- card, hitched up horse, carried a bucket of coal, chewed roof tar, or felt a depression. Hasn't life been good to us old timers?" An Amber student, Lynn W. Hossom, has won a tuition award fr the 1966 Eastern Washgton State College high school oreative arts series. I-ksom, son of Mr. and M. K. Hossom, was named the outstanding radio-televis- ion student enrolled in this year's Creative Arts Series pro- gram which ended July 3. Boy Ted Fausett, 14 year old son o,f Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fausett *of Cheney was seriousay in- jured at 11 a. m. Friday ,by a power driven rotary lawn mow- er. Ted was goirg dm 2ml street with the mower to mow McConnells' lawn vchen he de- cided to ride on the machine. When his left foot Nilyped offf the machine, the whirling blade nearly severed his foot. Ted had just passed the fire district huh and Fire Chieff Art Bean, Asst. Chie Jim Fher and a subcontractor wrl6ng on the new fie /roll ad:tion witnessed the accident and in a matter of seconds took the boy to a local doctor's o'tiee for first aid and then rushed him to St. Luke's lospital. An attempt was made to try and save his foot, but this cannot be known for about 10 days. 22 Cheney Area Students Enrolled For Fall Quarter Twenty-two Cheney-area high school gaduates have been ,admitted to Eastern Wshington State College for fal quarter. High sehoots and gaadates, Paris, June 29th The flight from Vancouver to London was a fascinating ex- perience, flying ver Canada via Bdmonton and on north over miles and miles of wuste- lad--mostly md f.l.ts with snow melting and on over the Baffin Bay area where we could see the ice breaking up and huge icebergs dviftin aon, g in the icy,ble water. Greenanfl was one solid ex- panse of snow until we ap proahed the 'Atlantic coa. There we leaked dmvn ton such weird mountains with the srmw and sand dzJRed in vary- hag patterns. It reminded me of pictures I've seen of the mo0. We colfld see no of life. Then on to Ice where we stopped ,an ,hour amt a ,half to refuel. U. S. Airmen Lonely' I visited with tw U. S. air- men who seemed happy to talk with Americans--they get very bored and lonely ,here and count the "time till they can leave. The people are not very friendly to them and there is little for them to do. The island appeas to be a flat, rocky, bar- ren reef. I could see very lit- tle vegetation' exc-'ept gra around the towns. Then on over the Atlantic, Scotland and Irehnd arid finally EngDa-d. Fom the air Englmxl was beaut green with every square inch cultivated and ea property line nealy edged with a hedge. Arrival in London And then finally we were in Lond)n, t, the clrstalns and geg to our ,hotel. ,My first impression was clhnate who wiil be freSbxnen, inctude: ;and. folage very similar to Se ben-.Gal J. al'. a but t, hen I abeved t  ] ttl t e  __ Rellene K. Jon.nston,  dove   Elv R. Lklde)l, TorNl S. McDzm. fields, sheep grazkng end ing in the slmde of the red pepvie growi t Wind0000000, HurleyI4url on Thames preta_,rittg ough, Russel F. Mace, Eliza- beitla S. Merrill, Linda D. Mos- man, Jmes P. Patterson, Day dell E. Phi,paon, Witliam J. Whitney and Leslie H. WiU- tams. Medical Leke--Alln E. Den- ton, James R. Emerson, Bever- ly J. Harmon, CkavIes J. Knotts. Michael R. Shankle, Willam L. Stimson and Dane M. Young. Spangle-Liherty- Mary E. Schmidt. S!ores Reported in Ltflle League Play In the triple A diLVO Of the Little League baseball pro- gram on July 1 Chancy 2 lost to Deer Park there 8-5; Chancy battery Just and Gamen. In the same division on July 1 Chermy 1 defeated llk at Olat- tardy 27-0; battery, Harris, Hu- ber and Shepherd. In the AA division on June 3'0 Chancy 1 dropped a gume 10-2 at Medical Lake. Gheney 3 defeated Cheney 2 on the same date 7-6; batteries, Che- ny 2, lViarion and Stone and Chancy 3, Bartlett & Streer. In the same division on Mon- day Cheney 3 defeated Chancy 1 by a score of 12-6; batteries C'heney 1, Jordan,, Wadchng- ton, Micketon and Streeter; Chancy 3, Wilson and West. In the A division July 1 Cheney 2 defeated Cheney 1 by a score of 6-5; batteries, Ce- ney 1, Wills and Stone; (3heney for the anmml regatta, end so many quaint old villages dat- ing vom the middle age The streets were so very narow that the bus barely scamped through. The road sgns amused me so I noted a few. Fo Yield Right of Way"Give Way", over-pass to kihway"Free- way", cauion--"Layby", dou- ble tawe--"Dual", etc. Boildings Convey Antiquity i We passed by the Plleih Stones, sirnihr to Stonehenge, the estate where Sir Winston Church was born, Banbm'y Cross, 'and ha a brief stop in Oxibrd. Here you could feel the ,ages and Mstory of the build!iIgs by merely looking at them--In fact, ,there is mieh an atm0here of antiquity about all of England that it is depressing. Straffocd was het one expected--narrow coble toned streets, half--=rebated buildings with the wood so very old that it was warn aooh lJke satin. We had lunch in the Slkes - pear Hotel w also was very, very old  quaint. The he waiter was som, out of Charles Dickens--red4hced, ro- tund in a long biack ctttaray coat--very tmsy and imam. The flowers througanot Eg- land were ,,a]l the same as we grow in our gardens, except that we ,saw so many tree ros as, which were in profuse 2, Mier and Harem. No games were phyed on. bloom. TuesOay off this week. / Finds People Friendly The English peoNe were Cheney Motor Co. very frien0000 extreme00 Tops in Zone Sales courteous--i saw no catn of criticism or ty to Cheney Motor company, lAme.flea, ns- One . which last week cetelycated its [ me n:otei wnere z first business birthday, got a t.yung cease,tires were __ real " t" thrs mg a rally wzth a Soag-x gif " week, but the[ . . ...... _, owners and staff earned it. [ speaker c2.cng me ese For being highest in roles govermnen. percentage-wise in its group The tube or over a set objective, the firm was awarded an all-expense paid ne week air trip to Haw- aii and return. Partner tl,lard Hale ,and his wife Betty wila make the trip. er Ivan Kerr and wife will make the next one. Mr. anti Mm. Wan'an Wes- terman and tw children spent the 4th of July weekend at Hayden lake with rehtives. a $ine way to get fast and eemmmicaliy--- net. work under the streets. I vit- ed London tower row winding staris, mmmm-  wealmra ' torture tg. Carom ei wm  may of  weal- Toni "Got Around" I ;flso visited (continued to page 4)