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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Goat Permit Drawing I To Be Held Aug. 6 i Nearly 6,000 ralplications ] were received before the July] 30th closing date for the 1,030 goat hunting permits to be is- sued for the 19'65 Mou,tain Goat season in Seem,ber, a,c- cording to the Washinon State Game Department. Drawings for the ,area hunts will be e.ld at Wenatc,hee to- day. Successful applicants slhouM receive vMidated per- mits Aug. 20. AUGUST 3, 1945 Sgt. Douglas R. Bailey of Cheney recently was awarded the lver Star medal for gap lantry in acti, on in Italy. He served on the F!ffth 'army front in the 361,st Inffantry reg- iment o the 91st "lovder River" divisi,on. He is the son of Mrs. Margaret FAizabeth Blailey of Gheney. Reduction of one to two points a pound for nearly all cuts of beef, lamb and veal during the rationing period be- ginning July 29 were announc- ed by OPA. Hamburger will be reduced two points, the new value being four points a pound. The change is due to an 11 per cent increase in meat supply over that available for civilians in June, chiefly be- i cause of a reduction in re- quirements of the armed ser- vices. After several weeks ,of pep- oration the Gibson food store in Cheney blossomed out this week in enhrged ,and remod- eled quarters and wl,th nev store fixtures, designed partic- ularly for serve-y, ourself shop- ping. A large store room a the rear of the former store sace was rem, oved. giving the store nearly double its former dis, phy and shopping space. Beginning August 1, the store is operating on a cash- and-carry service and is mark- eting |ts goods under the OPA schedule No. 4. Oats, Ige. pkg ................. 29 Corn (no. 2 cans) ........ 2/25 Soap, 3 reg. bars ............ 3/19 Wheat Flakes, pkg ............. 9c Tomatoes, per pound ........ 25 Lemons, per pound ........ 12 Giant Beef Sale Triple-T Fine uality 6r0und Beef L 3 lb. pkg. lb. _et)ll) iU00nd 79 00Roasts lb. 39 Friday. August 6, 1965 READING PROJECT--Margaret T. Schmidt, a first grade teacher at Windsor school, shows her "Iceberg Hop" project, devised to teach initial consonanats with word endings. Stu- dents "hop" to make words. Reading. Course Developed For Teachers; Molovahon Is Prime Factor in Reading Eighty teachers from six states, some with 'as much as 20 years experience, are taking developmental reading at East- evn Washington State College this smnmer, Keynote of the program is the exchan,ge of ideas throuSh projects devised by each stu- dent. These projects take the form .of instructional ads to supplemental reading po- grams in elementary, grades. Teachers Mere Effective Taught by Bernard Kingsly, sssartt pro:less,or of education at IWSC, the curse is devised to make teachers more effec- tive in the teavling of read- ing. Motivation Motzvatmn is the p,rime fae- tc.r af a gd reading pogram" ngsly said. "If students are inLerested in readiJn,g, ba the barttle is won. Reading begets reading." Techniques The projects irmlude such different techniques as a "vheel of ten'tune '' for di- grph:s and bMnds; charts to help in phonetical ,analysis and, ,u, syl'abication; a game using ani- mated objects to teach canso- nants, a basic part of reading readiness, and  "paragraph huse," to teach work sCndy skills. Materials Materirals were constructed by each student to be utilized in heir own classroom read- ing programs. The course emphasizes such things as the initial teaching alphabet, developmental read- ing antd individualized reading instruction, designed to give tca,ohers a better understand- ing and a bro,der know lede oJf good reading techniques, Kinsly said. RAY DAKINS ON TRIP ,Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dakin left Thursday on an extended month-long plane trip. They ,plan to stop .at Ghica,go, Mnt- real ,and Hlfax, Can,ado, and rom shore'to drivot Ceter- il, le to ,see Dakin' 93-year-old ather, Fred Dakim On the re- tram trip they will o to A ,tlm r . to, Ga. to visit Mrs. Dakin's mother. . I II I I I I _ Maple Leaf Grocery ACROSS FROM GEIGER FIELD ON HIWAY 10 PHONE TE 8-1223 1 gal. cider vinegar .. 79c 10 lbs. (lift Char Briquets ..... 89c Kerr jar lids, reg.... 2/39c 160zl 1Llr0ne $1eaks ...... '. lb. 79 6-pak Coca Cola cans 75c AMERICAN EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS SOLD HERE "Gleanings by Gail" Many families in Cheney are enjoying vacations during the azy days of July and August. On the hot summer days the :,oln.ess of a lake is as refresh- ng as ,a sp,arklirg gla of ice xater. Spending the m, onh o,f at Iayden bake are Mrs. l. L. Michasen and daughters ')ianne ,and Gall. In thie latter avt ,of August, Mr. Miahae'lsen ,:il join them far h summer acation. This Saturday Dr. James Jo,hn,son oine,d Mrs. Jo*hnson and daughters, Di,a.e and San- lva, at their summer home lo- cated at Priest hke. Mrs. John- son and family have been at the take enjoying the warmth of summer clys there or the past several weeks. Tave$ing to Portland are Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Brown and daughter Karen. Mr. Brown is attlchng a reunion of car deal- ers that had previously attend- ed a Chevrolet dealer sc,hool held in Detroit, Mich. Trips are especially fun when you are accomp,anied by one of your young sons. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd D. Martin and san, Dougias O,rl,b, left on Friday, July 30Vh for San iYancisco. Mr. Martin will be acten,&ing a meeting o the In- v,estors Diversified Services, Inc. Although the meeting lass far ,only two days, the Martins plan on staying in Caaiforv.ia for 10 days. They ,are anticiFat- ing the excitement of en}oying the many in,terests (f San, ,Frncisco, one of the United Stes' most coemopolitan cit- ies. Besides vacationing and trav- eling "Cheneyites" a,re patic- p,tiag in many dUerent activ- ities this summe,r. Piends of drama will be in- terested in. the vriety of pro- ductie,ns being sh:on at tim Riverside Playhouse in Spo- kane, where three stage plays are n.ov being featured. One of the most talented perorm- e,rs, cast as Nancy Twinkle in the musical, "Little Mary. Sun- shine," is Gwen J'ackson, Vhe @ughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- do Jackson of Medical Lake. wen has .done a great de,a] of ctamatic work, n'ot only in her li, gh ,school years .at Cheney, co,mmissions which are head- ed by Di, an.e Atkis,on, commis- sion chairman, Start Cruse, and Gus Williams. The 19th o Sep- tember is the planned date fo.r the first regular meeting. This meeting will be ,held at the h,0me o.f the Rev. and Mrs. Philip L. Eisenhauer, at the regula" meeting time of 6:30 / She Crescent depa,rtme,n sto e presented a show called "Becene on Campus '65" last Thursday nih,t. It was a back- to-college fa's,hion .sh,w featur- in, new ,styles from the August "MademoisNle." O'f special in- terest to the audience were the ,approximately 30 yourg peo- ple wh, o were given special in- structors by W,arner Dance Studio in the techniques of dancing. The Su[rf, the Monkey, The Jexk, The Pony, The Swim, and The F;reddie were the dances featured in the Sh,cw. Dianne Micbaels,en. Wes, [y Orlob, and Ken Eve,rson were member of the group. What fun to .have your chil- dren at home after several years of being away in the amred services. Milton E. Of lvb, son of Mr. ,and Mrs. Lloyd D. Martin has returned to Che- ney after serving for four years in the U. S. Navy. Of course, any wedding is wonderful and exciting, no matter how large or sm,a.l[ lobably one of the more pl, e,asurable eents of any of the wedding p,l, ans is Ehe re- hearsM dinner. Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Gamon feted members of the wedding pacty for Ms Patty Cox, and their son Ter- ry, vIm were married on Satur- day, July 31. Guests ieluded r. and Mrs. Ed Sturgeon, Jon Marin, and Father Joseph Don- nelar ,of tish,p Whites s,em- ina.ry. Out of twn guests were Mr and Mrs. Donald Mayer, (Su- san Gamon) and their dau,h- ter, San,dra, Miss Wylene Gam- in of Kent, Miss Sally Rig- gets of Spokane, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cox and dauffhte-, Sue, of Spokane. Other out o,f town guests here for the wed- dirg were Mr. and Mrs. l%ay Sperry of Paste, Mr and Mrs. K. L. Sturgeon and sans, Mike and Ray, of Auburn, Mr. and but ,a}so during :her freshman hs. E. L. Wagner and Mr. and year at lacific Lutheran col-I Mrs. Gene Martin. lege, and lmr sophomore year What could be mre in ac- I,n between production dates I ord with the j, oy of a wedding a,t Washington State Univcepity. I day than a pre-nuptial break- she ls attending summer school I ast. Breakfast yeas served on at tastern Washirgtan State [he t,atio =of Mr. and Mrs. O61'lege. In Seytenber, Miss Jon Pauson for th.e 9amily J, ackson wi be ret.ttrning to WSU where; she will be active , in he vuh program of her sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi. Dat We4nesday the Yuh Fellowship of the United Chu,roh of Christ met ar the of visiting with new a,d old members. After a fun time of swimming beeen six and nine at the Chene7 pool, all the young people present re- adjourned at the ,home of Mr. axed Mrs. Lowell Poore for re- freshments and entertainment. iss Slaron McKie was in ch.age of orga, n,iziag the party time. The United Church of Christ Youth Group organization is frtuzate to h,ave s ad:sars Dr. and Mrs. Roland B. Lewis. Assisting them are Dr. and Mrs. See Clatburn, and Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Atkinson who are pa,rents of members of the or- ganization. The group this year is divided into three differenl and wedding party of Miss Pat- ty Cox, and Terry G.amon,. Fourteen guests were enter- rained by the PauNon family before the wedding rites. Register tiveslock Urged By Moos State Director of Agriculture Don.aid W. Mops oday urged M1 livestock oners who have n,ot re-recorded their re,gistex- ed fives tock brnlds to do so immediately. Livestock brands are required to be re-regi.steved at five-year intera,:, and those who wish to keep their bre,nds current should renew 'he,m not inter th,an September I of this year. Mops stated that one- half of the approxi.matey 15,- 000 active livestock brands ave been re-recerded far the )eri, od ending in 1970, even HIGHLIGHTS FROM AIRWAY HEll By Valerie Smith Recreational Facilities Plan To Be Submitled For Funds A ten-year projectile program for a comm:unity p]iayground is to be prepared by the Airway Heights and submitted to the Federal Recreation Board for and funds. At the last council meeting it was voted t:o prepare a plan to determine means of provid- ing local funds f,or the aquisi- lion of land for the co,mmun- ity recreation area. The 10-year plan is to in- dude shaded areas, play- ground equipment and play- fields, picnic area with fire- places, a water supply sysCem, restroom facilities,  ball dia- re'end and eventually a swim- ming pool. Mayor N. E. Nolle felt that the Town af Airway Heights could appropriate $2,000 in 1966 and $1,000 each year the,reafter towards this much needed project since the town h, as no park or reereati,o,nal fa- cilities. The only availa'ble play- ground is at Sunset school. He also explained th, at if the KAZMAREKS VACATION Mr. ad Mrs. Kazmarek re- cently returned from a week's vacation spent with friends in Canada. PAINT HOME Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gl, a ss ae giving their house a new coat of white paint. WELCOME GUESTS The H. D. Smiths welcomed out .of town gueLs this p,ast weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jenlkins and daughter, Deb,a, visited from N oxen, Mont. They ,attended the Lauoa at the Pairchild NCO club Saturday evening. Dr. E. O. Ploeger, Spokane Coun;ty Health Officer, an- nounced that immunixtions will be given Thursday, Aug. 12, 9:30 a. m. at Airway Heights pre-sch.ool center, Air- way Heights city hall. Salk vaccine for polio is available for inants, children and adults; the diphtheria- whooping cough-teCanus for in- fants begimaing at six months and children :thruffh three years ,of age; the diphtheria-tet- anus for children four years and over, with boosters for those of ,high school age and for adults. Sabin Oval Polio Punch will be available for infants begin- I ning at hree monghs of age, and pre,school children. Many of the younger drivers feeting the urge to see fast they can go, oftentimes come upon a curve in the road for which they are not pre- pared. When this ,happens, it's generally too late. Then the in- evi,table occurs--,the screech- ing ,of tires, and the bliading cras:h. It's usually death or ser- ious injuries for those involved. Parents of new and young dNvers would do well to in- stru,ct them of the dangers in- volved regarding too much speed. And other more mature drivers who choose to drink !and drive, would do well to sop and thin& before going eut on the highway. They might ask themselves if it is worth the risk. State Troopers think not. site can be acquired onl year purchase landscaping coul,d be w;,th donated materials beginning con,structoa, o,f the area. NEW CAMPER The Trem,bl, ays new camper last ptan on spen.dng the ! weekends ,at various Next weekend the camping with the ily wlo is visiting Idaho. SQUARE DANCE The Lakeside Sc picnicking at Roos, lake this day. They sq the beach and in Aqua Ducks badges awarded for these CANADIAN TRIP Mr. and rs. turned from their Can,ada, where wi.h Mrs. Szlaelcic'.s near Edmonton,, report that the celent in the various lakes. They also seeiag at the hrgest farm in Can,ado. you can wMk .all day see all of the birds. They also Bantff and Ghcier Parks. OPE MONDAY THRU 9 A. M. TO 5 P. SPECIAL ON PERMA 20% DIS( DEN'S Beauty Aizay Heights CH LEAGUES NOW F1 Bagdad OPEN 4:00 PM UNTIL SEPT. 1 Call' Bob or CH 4-3649 Airway Grocery OPEN 7 DAYS A 7 A.M. TO 9 P. Fresh Prod, ceries, Toiletries, Merchandise. D. A. Jaquith Get your Free Pr Coflage Cheese. 19c100 or Hawaii) n Sunday or after S p. m. week days Banquet Frozen I for $1.00 or less for 3 minutes Dinners ... 1/1.00 Station to station, example rates: MYST-E-R-Y 00IAL ll Cheney - Seattle _ ........ . ............................ .65 B,B,O or Braised though all h,oders of regisCer- ed brands have ben, sen writ- s,0,,,,,., "H'i ' Grandma" quirement. The fee fo" re- .... ten ztiee of th record!ing re- Pillsbury ' . carding  $5.00. Cake Mixes. 4/99c]I State Patrol Says / Not Always Other j Tastewelr / Dri, ver's Fault 00rgadn,.,/,.O0_ .. i00iiiii,00p:i!i:c000000wiiii$:: Its n, ota,lways b he other Illk .'..-- i Tastewell -- 46 oz. [ driver's fault; alth'ough roans': II !suen persorrs are quick to put Frufl Drinks. 4/1.00 the blame on the oher fell'ow. According to records at the ear type accidents .Nave long |__ Triple.T Pints [ State Patrol in Olympia, one- been a,t the Sop or near the top 00r,v= ,n of accident types. These acci- dents do not inv, olve other re- ,,, 6/49(i I Cheney- Portland .60 t  /l ........................................ PLENTY OF PARKING OPEN 9 TO 9 Cheney - San Francisco ................................. 70 Cheney - Los Angeles ..................................... 75 Cheney - Chicago .......................................... 90 Cheney - New York ..... : .............................. 1.00 Cheney Telephone Co, 235-6287 hides. It merely means Chat usualy the driver failed to ne- gotiate a curve, for exavaple, and the vehicle let the road- way. During the first seven months of this year, out of 230 rural fatal accidents, 102 of them ivolved only one vehicle. Nrly ,half---45 per cent--of all the persons killed on Wash- ingan's rural highways were caused by the drivers them- setvesthere were n'o other cars or d,rivers to put the blame on. [ at causes drivers to wreck I their vehicles when no ther vehi:.les are even in the gen- eral ,area? Ther could be sev- eral reasons, of course; bu speeding and drinking are al- ways right at the top of the list. 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