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&apos;Tb.e_._..._. 68, Number 12 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Cheney, SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE ,t i Washington.:r i August 28, 1964 COUNTY Single Copy 10 CenU School Day Sel r8 at the Eastern Wash- State College Campus will begin at 9 a.m. on 8. The will be open dur- week of Augus*t 31 'or of those who questions: covce- ehool. A facul'ty or- meeting is sched- Friday morning, Sept. to the Campus School year wi, n be Mrs. Patton, third grade; :Glenna Matson, fourth , and R o b e r t Fitzshm- grade. All three members have a of education Paro hoMs e Master degree in Edueativl]al from Whitwoh Col- is currently eomplet- sixth year of college She comes o the Cam- from the Spokane where she .has been e .as a demiatin r ad as  leveler in he varimts professional a graduaCe of State Col- U graduate work nieity of Was,hg- 1has ta'ught in the schools. Her most - has been and workbtg with c.a- in the Seattle city holds a B.S. Central mecti- Ccflege ad the M.A. from the University of His experience in- Public sch*ool teacqfing Britain, Conn., anal in Hawaii. He is ctwcent- at Central Cvn- State College and in New Britain, . comes to the Shol on a one-year w i t h Ralpn Sed- wil oecupr Fitzsim- in Cormectieut 1964-65 school year. DLINE FOR PERMITS FRIDAY Game Depa.rtment to- all persons i,n- applying ibr the deer ,h ut s must bre- no h,ter than 4:30 4, in order to be m the drawings. mus be sen,t to Game Department's office or any of the offices. for the con- htmts tome with the tag, avaflhte from and  11cerse frm ached to envy &ram accept. for the hunts. .POLLING PLACES SHOWNPrecinct poll- mg areas for the special Cheney School Dis- tr t electiqe.Rt, 1ft. are illustrated on this b, chure cover, which was prepared by the administration office. Details of the election Faculty Staff Meeting Set For This Afternoon LADY KEGLERS SET THURSDAYS FOR BOWLING The Ladies M'o%nng Bowl- ing I_ague, known ts the Keg- fee Kup Keglers, .held its year- ly organizat'i:onal meen,g Tues- day m.rn,in,g and will bo,wi at 9 a.m. every Thursday, .be- ginrrg next Thursday. Several lady bowe,rs a r e still needed to complete he eight teams. Anyone interest- ed ris asked to coil lat C,orath at 235-6351. Not EWSC Graduate Lt. Edward W. Sonnetorn Jr., Who was m,avried recently to Miss Oavrrm Caer, is a ,graduate of W ,ah,ngton State University, not BaStern Wash- Rain Still Plays Havoc W,th Harvest Rain cntinues to plague ,har- vesting operatidrs in the " Che- hey .area, with about ha the crop still m he fiekis. Threshing was interrupted a- gain hte Tuesd aterrmon by a pouv, dehying cutting for about 24 ors. Many fm- ers were slow getting stated Thursday mo,nfin because cut- ting was too slow. Elmer Lu'iten, wmvager of Cheney Grain' ,r, said only about oe-third of tb. wheat drop had been cut through Wednesday. Taking in- to cardemtton ;ill , the harvest was at file ,haf-way point, he said. Luiten said .aes wheat yields have been repoted from 45 to 80 bushels an acre Spng wheat ,averages are run- ni.g from 40 to 45 bushels, he Most armers staed et- ting a week ago Thursday Ibl- lowing hst week's .rain. If the weather clears up, another fll week of cutting w put a tot of the farmers tlwogh hay- vest, Luiten said. Another 10 Complete Faculty Rosters, SCS Technicians I Liberty School District Meet In Cheney I Sets Sept. 8 Opening At An all-day confeence ws] heild Monday at 'the office of] 2 Grades And HighSchool the Soil Conservation Service] in Cheney. Present were SCS I technicians, Gerald Thela, as- [ SPANGLE--E d g a r Criteh-I Fairfield--Darrell Smi%h, prin- sis,rant area conservationist, Spok,ane; Bert Jhn, wildlife[ lw' supermitendent f schovls, cipal; Mrs. An,rmlee Holt, 1st biologist, Ephrata; Jack Wood, Liberty School Dts,tr,et 362, grade; Mrs.. Jeanine Webb, 2nd s(fi scientist, Porneroy; Bill Ey- states that all three schools in ler, work u:ni, t conserrationst, this district will definitely start TeachingAssignmentsTold An all-staff m e e t i n g far [coach, head basebo:}l ctcla; teachers in the Cheney Schx)l[ Ms. Jane F. Morgan, guidme District wig be held in the land Americun lstory. high school auditorium this[ Charles Packard, vovationai afternoon ,at 2:30, Supetend- ] agricuRure and mechanics; ent Wflam J. Riggs said to-[Mrs. Marjorie H. Paulsn, Eng- day. New teachers through-ilkh and jourNism; Fred Kos- ont the district r,ed to ienzweig , gidmee, wovkl hs- their respective scboN last tory, Tphe mathematics, as- night for meetings and reurn- siiant footbafl coach, frosh has- Spokane; Bill Brewser, soil conservationist, Spotane; Buz Houtz, work unit conservation- ist, Deer Park; Duane Lulm, w, ork unit conservationist, Fair- field; Dick Jessen, soft conser- vatio,nt, Oheney, and Kudy osenzweig, soil consc.rvation tee'h,rican, Cheney. 2,e purpose of the meeting was t,o upda'te the wildlge lmr- ti, on of the teclml guides .g eac,hevs will gather at their schools tonigN at 8:30. Bus routes will be the same as last year, Sule,rvisor Dick Merril,1 ddsclosed. Ay adjust- merits in the rmtes to aecomo. da'te students and expedite runs to and from the dfferert hoos will be made hter, he said. :Students rw in the district will be told which bus to take w,hen they register. Any par- en, t with questions is askefl to call he high school oafice, 235- 6203, Principal George Fisher said. NEW TEACHERS LISTED Several new teachers are in- eluded on the high sehoel st,ff. They are Mrs. Joan E. Dugh- ey, Mrs Stephanie Haiwas, J, ames A. H, atch, Miss Tophe- lia Lorinski, Robert E. Moe and Michael T. Smith. New teachers at Sutset are Mrs. Jaice A. Brandt, Wiam S. Entwistle, Mrs. Jean IAd- qu_st and Mrs. Joan McCa.llum. days of good weather should iust ,about clean uu harvestin New Windisor teachers ,are n this area, .he added Mrs Edith H. Evans, Mrs Alia are explained in the pamphlet along with "Wheat moture .nt be J. Franz, Mrs. Ia,tMeen J other information pertinent tothe election, lover 12.5% to ctt, Luten ex-l's, M'rs Marflyn J- Ineso, I plained. If it measures oerl 4rs. un ;. aaclvson, _s. An- Polls will' be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on[3.5% it itaified a sa._Re,Margat elect/onday. ..... : j wheat, md is not all]cable'to[ hlldt an,a rs: aarit ,. nneloer. contract. The complete faculty roters for each school and teaehg assignments are as follows: George Fisher C heney High Scho-- George A. Fsher, principal; Ja,ck K. Philleo, vice prinelal, guidance and mathematics; Mrs. Margaret S. Arndt, girls' physical education and helalrh; Arhu.r T. Baudreau, indus- trial arts, Mrs. Mary C. Bell, Spanish and EnghSh; Floyd B. Cook, athletic director, track coach, mathematics and goner- el science. Joan E. Daugherty Mrs. Joan E Du,gherty, Engli,sh; Edo E. Engel, drive education, business law, Wash, irgton history, head wrestling! coach; Miss Marian E. Farm, typg and La'fin; Kenneth D. Iallett, biology; Mrs. Steph. anie Hal,: Gernan and Fag- Rsh; , Ruh G. Hemhan, a (prt time) and Iglsh; Itarold W. Havvey, band, (.part time) and chorus; James A. IIatch, Washington Hi, physical echmatio oad health, he fotbatl coach, assistan grade; Mrs. Catherine Norton, 3rd grade; Mrs.. Dana Mehl, 4th grade; Mxs. F_Ane Wolf, 5th grade; Ca, rroIi Cue, Junor High; Mrs. Joyce Iitz, Junior High; Ken Reardon, J u n  o r' High. West Liberty Ilementa, Spangle--Don Joh,, princi- pal; Mrs. Augtrsta Ze, 1st i grade; Mrs. Betty ,IQvm, 2nd grade; Mrs. Efleen Mervitt, 3vd grade; Amain Vogt, 4th grade; 5th grade; on, Sept. 8 at Liberty High School, East Liberty E1- em,n'ary a t Fairfie,d a :nd West IAberty Elementary at Spangle. Busses will  on the same schedtfle ,as hst year with el' rtnn'mg the fl'l day from 8:50 to 3':30. Lunches will be served at all three sImols the first day Of: school. P e t e LupinacCi, , Mrs. Hilton Urge School Support HILTON Board Director I take tl opporttmRy why I spot the proposal for our it wRl provide a seund ed- This is my ington State College, as rep't-for Spokane County, and the Critchlow ;has h complete [Mrs. Shilee Ftdler, Jtmtm- ed ,in this newspaper. He is correlation of tlm wiMlffe teaching staff and sts the [High; Paul Potter, J ttr)r Nigh; stationed at the :Marine Base at!sites with each soft that is nas aAgs: Eernen - _ [Charles DenSon, J High. Camp Pendlet0n, (3aif. present in the county, y' m.ry, ! .... / .Liberty Hh S0hoo-- ,Ri- | ard Humphzies, p x i n c i p a I; [Claire CaMg, lihra, - has shown us that it will pr vide us with a new ree-ye high school that oan be ex- panded whe needs arise. It l] relieve the pressure on our elementary schools through the renmden'g Of the present high school r a ju ior high school, t tim same time retaining that bldig with ,a minimum cost. This wit mean we can do better b, our students I hope aft of 'ym wtl take ,a good. look at t,ls proposal and agree with me to vote yes for the school bond and levy Septevaber 15. gram is aifferen i its P-IIoI is a pro'ct tlt must proach from other pmposaleoncrn the entire commtmity. I have supported in the past. JEwry xttem is being made I .say this because I want all[to match the lmli tKans of you to kn, ow that I suppovt Jwith sound ea"ep in ecca- this program after muh study [ tio, 'at a minimum of expense. its, crafts; m. et Dag- le% vommerciM; Bill Deaton, ninth, co; Raymond Feuch, EjiSh, ading; Gary Gear, sciere, 1mtog- phy; Farrel Pomi p:e, social studies; Mrs. Marie .Itoss, p.e., Ertg, speech; George Fish. or, vocational ,grioul%uve, hn. dustrtai arts; Miss Rose Kimp- ton, 0o.ationM .home econ<m. ics; Oay Strait, SpamSh, Eng- hsh. Need Is Here Orgy $17,500 will be spent to4 remodel it fr a junior gh selmal. Although this w'fll nt be a modern facility, I am convinced that it will adapt itself to a junior high program. 3. I betieve thor this pro- posed program :is a flexiNe one hat can be modified as time goes on. A min'tmum ex- penditure gives us no great BUS TOUR SET An "all come" bus tour of the Cheney School Dis- trier will be taken Tues- day evening from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Superintendent Wil- liam J. Riggs announced today. Anyone interested in maltllg the trip should be atfhe administration building before 6 p.m. Af- ter a tour of the district, the high school building will be inspected f re m 7:30 to 9 p.m. : , N commencement and  ou pa'o- gram needs to :be modified as HILTON . our district develops, this can IO " .., , ..... [be d me eadiy. "'" ... ':"[ Take A Good Look shool .buildir.g m[ 4 The cost is reasan.ble ve .hs  what the [ anti what we can aSford. of our ,di. "ct Want. I 5. I reeogaize that this pro- Special.--Da#d Roys, music for entire ".diStrict; Mrs. Luc'flle o0qr, remed reading in dstriet. The teachers wfl'l bold their wz>rksbop on Sept. 3 and 4, and will join together on Sept. 3 for a comb'med meeting at the high school at 9:30 a.m. New peror,ml this yer in the Liberty t are Levi Baefaher, lirfie, d custodian ,at the ,',high soheel; Glenn Powel], La, bus driv- er; Cheryl Stum't, secretary at West Liberty; Irene Gev,'.tin, secreta at Bast Liberty, and Mrs. A t I e n laig, asstant oook ,at West Liberty. Fr people new to  area, the principals  be in .fleir ba, sketball cah; Ms. Nova L. tleath, English. Kathleen Kennedy M. Kathleen M. Kennedy, home econnis (pat time); Mrs. Verna M. Kleiner, u,lbra. rian; Miss Tophea I., tYlrg, slrthand, elerieat practice and bookkeeping; Mrs. Edrm S. MeKeehan, maSt- ics; Robert E. Moe, Eglish md dramatics:; DonaM L. Mn- 'son, boys' phhioal education (part time), ,head basketbetl GEORGE FISHER The arIfitect has su.bnted preliminary plans for a new semi-campus tyle high school. These plans emphasize func- tion, ftexibihty ,and mtflti,pur- pose features. he patrons of he cistrict sh.oud inect the plans care- Capt. Prescott Eaton Receives Army Medal $ $ * Minimum Expense Ey GEORGE FISHER Principal, CHS The shool beard ad the [uly and ask questions The administration re strongly[need ks here. I  the pro- concerned in their eforts to[liminary plates will soon be plan a buil,ding to meet the [,transferred into reality and re- educational needs of Sch0lst- in better educan'on op- D'strict No. 360. [portunities for sever genera- The building of a secondry]tions of high school students. Pzscott Eaton, vlm has been asigned to the RO- TC stf of Eastern Washig- ton State College,  been aarded the Army Commend- ation Medal for meritoriaus service during the peed April 1962 flmough July 1964. Presentation of the wd was made by Dr. Don S. Pt- terson, psident f EWSC, on i Tuesday. Capt. IaOm, his wife and two children hve just re- turned from an assign,merit in Germany. offices the week of Augus 31- I September 4 to register any] The boa f trustees of new students. Arty other u-]Eastern W State Cl- dents who lme a problem r[lege witl mee tonight t 7:30 who would like to see the [in the Crystal room of the prinv2pal may do so chtring[kaue Club, Fred S. Johns, sec- this week. I reta, said today. ketbatl coach. Michael Smith vlichael T Smith, American IIistory, \\;Vashingto Hkstovy, junior varsity otball, - ant wrestling c0a; DonaM E Wade, Amerioa,n htr,y, wzyrid l,stary, worm problems, coo- heroics and sociology av.d de- bate; Ms. Margaret WhM, vo- catlor ,home emones; Ei- mud G. West, chemisf] and physics, LeRoy Isherwood Betz emenary -- Letky Ishea, wood, t,%'ll; M r s. Mary R. Aebly, grade 4; .Mrs. Betty A, Andrews, grade 1; Wilfred Beard, ,grades 7-8, eci- erme, gemeral music; Dave Cro- well, grade 6; Mrs. Kt22een G. l%y, grade 1; Ms. Laurel D Hnen, gidnce 7-8 arts, social studies; Nits. Ruth Han- rahan, art. (part time); Mrs. W M. Heinemnn, kinder- gaten; Mrs. Helle A. Ogden, rade 4.5; Cfford E..Me Col looh, grade 6; I)onald L. Men- son, boys' physical education, mathematks; EI M. Moos, guidance, mathe, grades 7-8, elementary  coordi- nor; Miss R. Berrdoe @wi. ,gade 2; . -'IIR May Poore, g4"ade 3; Mrs. Mt M. Powers, ,grade 3; Mrs. Hazel E. Reid, grade 5; Mrs. Mavg- et C. RudOllh, language arts, girN' physical education, social studies; Mrs. Jea A. Whitney, grade 2; Mrs. Altame White- hill, grades 7-8, remed, ial red- ing. Delbert Spear our Lakes Elaeary Delbevt Spear, 'head teacher, grades 5-6; Mrs. Garmela M. Coitus, grades 1-2, art, grades 1-6; Mrs. Ida M. PhJlLps, grades 3-4 grd,es 1-6. Garden Springs Ettementary Iarry A Cassman, princi- pal, grade 6; Mrs. Marjovi H. GoQs, grade 3'; Mrs. Is E. Ludwick, grade 2; Jnes H. MeAd, grade 5; Mrs. Vera G. Mulaholland, grade l; Mrs. Myrtle A egert, grade 4. .Sunset ElementttryWi F: mbbard, prin(pl; M. Mattie A. Asaey, grade 2; Mrs. Jane A. ',amit, grade 2; Rishard D. Dder]i  5; William S. En, grade 4; M"s. Alma L. Hordet, grade 1; Jack Kapp, grades 7-8, boys" physical educatiot  'heelth, matlmmatics scieme; ,Mrs. E1- !sie IAan@here, grade 4; :Mrs. Jean LindqulSt, ki.ndn; M. W'ffa Mxwe, g;des 7-8; langga, ge azs, social studies; Mrs. Jaan  grade 3; Mrs. BonLe J. , grd 3; Ms. Helen G. Sirapsu, grade 1; Mrs. Jean I tkm- zweig, grade 6. Hubert Foy Windsor Ementary---Hu- bert J. Foy, ; Grace A. Af, grade 8; E. Barither, grede 5; Mrs, Ethel M. Beckwit-, 3; Mm. Robera E.  kin- dergaen; Robert I,. Glf__n, grade 6; Ms. V$h M, Hair; grade 4; Mr Kaflfleen J. Mi, grade 1; Mrs. Mariyn J. ,tnteso, grade 4; Mrs. th E. Jackson, grade 2; Mrs. ei(m Jmlan grade 2; Mrs. Waxla M. I]- 7-8; George L. Pestana, grade 7; Mrs. Marie D, ly, grade 3; Mrs. Anita W. Reslef, gr@de 1; lrs. Fances A. Ruth, gade 2; Miss MxWaxet Sdb_midt, grade 1; Mrs. Mari,lyn L. Schneider. grades 7-8 (,half day); Mrs. Wnda A. Swegle, grade 5; Lloyd J. Wardian, grade 8; Charles F. immer- man, grade 6. Spoci Elementary Person- nel: Librar--Wma G. Gord, Windsor and Snset; ls. Cthene Kingy, Betz, Four Lak and Garden S)ring. Io.strumentl mtic--Harold Harvey, elementary bev_d (Vart time).