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69, No. 13 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE Cheney, Washington, Friday, September 3, 1965 COUNTY r Single Copy 10 Cen School Opens Sept. 13 at 8:30; Dean Gaudefle is New Principal Campus school will open Monday, Sept 15&apos;, and chsses at 8:30 this year. Dr. R. Deart Gaudette will be the new principal, replacing Dr. William Wilson, ' who ,has been promoted to full time instructor in the education department at ern Wash- State College. The Ca,mpus school h, ours of instruction have been changed as follows: Classes will be- gin at 8:30 a. m. hastead OF 9:00 a. m. Noon ,hour for primary grades 1, 2, 3 will be from 11:45 a. m. to 12:45 p. m. and intermed- iate grades 4, 5, 6 will be from 12:00 to 12:45 time for kin- will be 11 a. m.; will be 2:30 p. m; and grades (2-6) will be at 3 p. m. School office wiU be week of Sept. 7 for or informaion re- openings for ertroll- registration. The routes will be e last year. Hot lunch- served on the first must be purchased is as follows: Dr. Gaudette Dean Gaudette has the uties of the school reetor this Dr. Wilson. been principal OF in Spokane the years. He vas both a administrator with Unified School Crmord, Calif. for prior to coming of Minnesota and of San Pmncisco Dr. Gaudette his doctorate at State University adette's family in- wife, Nancy, and Orientation Meeting The Campus School staff will meet at 9 a. m. on Friday, Sept. 10, 1965 for an orienta- tion meeting and introduction of new staff members. ro.d Job w,, no, I Gun Club Awards Slow School Buses t Sho0ting Trophies Supt. William Riggs of the Cheney public school system has been assured by the Trophies were,awarded Aug. state highway department 25 at the eloe; of Cheney- that they will cooperate with Medical Lake G club's 10- the district in expediting week summerhoot. school bus operation in con- Winners were as follows: nection with the freeway Class A. Bob WeStherill; Class construction work. Mr. Riggs B, Morris Robinette; Class C, and Dick Mrrill, transpr. Floyd Cook; Dottbles, Gene tation supervisor, interview- Robinette; a, nd ttandicap, ed the district highway en- Howard Foos. gineer in Spokane last week. The club's secretary, Ernie Larsen, said the slmlmer trap shoots were held nce a week Steve Dobbins To Be for entertainmen! and prac- Guest Speaker At tice .and to keep :the nimrods Christian Church in shape for hunting season. Plans are underway for a RELIEF CORPS Erdman, dept. presidenL as a guest. SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEEDED IN CHENEY Supt. William Riggs said applications to do substitute teaching at all grade levels end all subject matter would be welcome. So far only a few persons are listed for substitute teaching in the Cheney school district. 11 a. m., Sunday, Steve Dob-  bins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen :Dobbins, Route 2, Cheo_ey. i Steve is president of the i Christian Youth Fellowship, and senior at Cheney high school. Steve participated in a youth tour of the Caribbean area during August, a pro- Members of General Geovge l g ram sponsored by the nation- Wright Woman's Relie Corps[ al Youth Work dep,rtinent of will conve for their first Christian churches. The tour meeting Oct. 9 with Mrs. R. E. began with a briefing session merchandise shoot early in postmarked on .or before thi First Christian Church will October. have as guest speaker at the date, he specified, noting the morn'hag worslp service at Chne "" "' - ..address to which entries e y oruaenrs [should be sent is: Spokane In- A i terstate Fa, Box 143 Park- dm tted to EWSC J ........ i water Station, pOKane, wasn. Three more Chancy gh 1 99211. MEET 'CANCELLED scl'Jool graduates have bn.; Entry blarks for a'l classifi- The September meeting of admitted to EWSC for fall lcaions are still available at quaer. ' [ this address, he added. the Woman's Reef Corps hast been canled as so many They are Carol A. McMil-I lan, Route 2, Cney; Oarla lCheney Youths members are ou of town. L. Fackrell, Route l, and Craig I a ,, , ,!= R. Parks, Route l, both of So-I Are urgea /o kane. I Join Boys Scouts Miss McMittan wll major in I physical educatiort at EWSC, I The regular meeting of Cae- and boh Miss Fackrell and }hey Boy Scout troop 56 will Parks will m ajvr tit English. !be held Tuesday, Sept. 7, at at the Missiort buildin in In- diarpolis, and ,a visit to New York City, in, cludin the World's Fair, the United Na- tions, and Spanish-speaking churches in New York City. The tour group attended the session of the World Conven- tion of Chri,stian Churches at San Juan, Puerto Rico, and the Albert Sweitzer Memorial hos- pital in Haiti, and participat- ed in a Youth Work Project at Oberlin high school in Jamai- ca which is a mission,suplort- ed school. Dr. HAGELINS AWAY KOFFEE CUPPER$ TO BEGIN SEPT. 9 Ioffee Kup Klers will start league bowling Thursday, Sept. 9, at 9 a. m. :The group needs a few more rcruits, arid any interested oId con- tact Mrs. Joe Spuler, 235- 4054. BEARDS GO CAMPING Cheney Public Schools Open Sept. 8; Complete Faculty Rosters And Teachings Assignments Announced q ENTRY DEADLINE iRiggs said today. Bus routes the fi, rst day will be the same as .last year and NOTFI I:NR l any adjustmerts will be made ........ FAIR hter, Supervisor Dick Merrill ...... disclosed. Students new in the district will be told which bus oeamine or ah entries ex-Ito take when they rir cept floral and both displays  - " -- .... for competition in the 1965] w ---, cludedl SeveralonneWtheteachers arehigh scheootirt- Spokane Interstate Fair is RA SWIM TEAM I hey are Sanra M. Sept. 8, Charles T.,week.. Auseth, Larry W Cran martager announced this EARNS FIRSTS AT I All mailed an,tries must be t Davido M. Dau,ha,rt, ...... FINAL MEETING IN rwood and Margaret Whir- l  field. Four mere,bars of Eastern I M2. teachers at Betz are Washington Recreation swim[ . Nadine Spacek and Rob- team were winners at the Jua. I err B. Patterson. tar Olymlies meet at Iasco[j New Wirlsor teche a,re last weekertd. [.  A. Nelse, Agnes L- Ken Radon, swimming in 11 IIRY J. Hoer/r Jr., DMe and 12 boys age group 'took tD', Dennis W. y second ip]aes in btla I00- awd George HuTman. Spokane County Homemakers Club To Meet Sept. 3 The first fall meeUng of the Spokane Couty, Council of Homemakers clubs will meet Frid, ay, Sept. 3. at 10 a. m. to 3p.m. This will be held at Cen- tenary Methodist church, S. ]012 Fre3,a street. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Mark :and Tam- I4aze Roberts, extension live in Slkane. clothing specialist from Wash- Dr. R. L. Hagelin returned M Ua.. k J ington State university, college Monday f rvm a two week stay .......... Iof agriculture co-operative ex- at he National Guam camp ;aacl Marsh  avis- tensio, service, lrnan. in Fort s. rut<  for tins czym:[ ,Her topic i the ,na i,  Tuesday, he and Mrs. Huge- the Campus Scbool ld,,,, faiol." /.'ml/'attr" lin left for Colorado I. 18 yea, ill I Th ......... ,- ---:.,,-lard, 18,  is L_.on"! ' rec- r e WUL  [ LIIII211,1,L-- . fieid. Her most r, . ,. o, .,..o ,^lthe Alrforce Academy the. ae has n  ........ a .....  1_/ Bill and Patty Hgeh'n are " "- " "rict oe nero ucL za  ne agom  ............ s on leave of ab- 2.30 ) m /while their parents are m Cole- the year. " " " - -- "- "'" J md'o arsh has attended / Seen 'n Heard she erned ,her BA !She holds a master's Colmnba Teach- New York. Marh's teaching ex- has included a sum- as a teacher in Li- in 1962 and on Services, Inc., elementary ninth textbooks irt tropical ATica of 1964. and husband, a cherry orchard at MacKinnon MaeKinrmn will t in art Sctmol during Her morning be 'spe teaching received a in June, 1964 from at C worked as a assisnt in art at Stae Col- the sChool year, her home in Spo- Staff: Stredwick and famil .to Cheney after a year in NeW Brit- as an exchange Stredwiek tug grade clam at the on the campus Connecticut State will resume his ifth grade instruc- School this of teachers and are as follows: Gaudette, prinei- Allen, kin- Mabel Bright, Uamflla Surbeck, . Marguerite Par- Mrs. Franeile Mr. alph fifth; Mr. Steve Mr. and Mrs. Noel have pur- chased the Royce Hick's house in Cover Court...The old Queer Duck was in "of a Tues- day" (to use one of his own i the old Junior high school. All boys of age 11 and over are welcome and invited to attend, according to Scoutmas ter Dean Swegle. Final School Budget Hearing Set Sept. 15 expressions) to pass the tme Mrs. Btmlker accompanied ,him. The annual firtal hearirtg on the budget of Cheney school district 360 will be hem on Wednesday, Sept. 15, at 8 p. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Beard, m. in the board room in the Ann, Alan, and ltty spent administration office. Also to last week eampdng at Radium be discussed will be the mat- Hot Springs in Mov2ana. Mr. !ter of land purchase and mat- Beard retmrts theft the weath-trs pertaining to the new er was quite cornyarble to higli school building. Cheney's although warmer, it was still rainy. Whi'te Club, bushel. ....... 1.33 Soft WLte, bushel ........ 1.30 'Barley, ton (new crop) $44.50 Oats, ton (new crop) .... $40.00 Wednesday quotation, FOB Cheney. WEATHER Max Min Pre. FROM WYOMING Augu 26 ........ 71 57 .01 Frank Bunker attended the August 27 ........ 70 53 .00 Wildlife Federation August 28 ........ 63 47 .00 bord meeting at Pinedale August 29 ........ 60 45 .01 Wyo., last week. He is vice Atrgust 30 ........ 69 59 .00 president of the association. Atgust 31 ........ 75 63 .00 September 1 .... 78 48 .00 Elrod, librar- Westrum, mu- Dr. Rol'artd Nep-! Mrs. assistant in WhiRtl, phy- pewis0v; Mr. custodian; Mrs. cook; Mrs. secretary and Nichols, school of day and proceeded , de- pose and say as follows: Attar I seehg the blckb'wd ioeking I EWSC Football Players together here lately it occur- I red to me at after tlmt ong T Sta P ti S pt 6 sary winter and rainy spring, O rt rac ce e . Nineteen iettermen are epeeted to be among 75 football prospects who will turn out at Eastern Washington Sta Col- lege when the first 1965 practice starts Labor Day (Set. 6)., R will be head coach Dave Holmes' third season s top return. man of the Savages. For the Sophomore q u a r t e rhack two previous years, Eastern George Cross Jr., Hoquiam, had not won a single game. In w.ho fought his way to the l's .first year, Holmes led the 'Savages to a 3-6 record.  starting job last year as a fn, will be back. year, for the first time in Among returning backs are many. years, Eastern had a lh. Doug. Bender, frem "wimnng oothall season with Jolm Rogers of Spokane; sen- a 5-4 record, nd a 4-3 EVer. ior Terry Clssus, Cheney, a green Coaffererce record fz" lxansfer from Wen achee Val- a second plae tie. ley CoUege; semor Irold Maz- Holmes' assistant coaches zei, Pittsbttrg, Pa., transfer will be Bob Anderson and from Columbia Basin College; Brent Wooten, with him since St. John jmfior Dennis Nei- 1964; Don Kallean, who ws son; Ron U, Soap Lake jura new last year, and Cl Mur- ior, and Dick Zeroes, Vmcou- phy, a new .graduate assistant ver, Wh., jtmior. this year. An, al-letterman line seems The Savages los only five certain with Cashmere senior lettermen from hst year's ,Dick Langum at center; Steve squad. They are end Fred Hacker, Longview, and Rger Amundsen, ho scored 29 Schjeldh,1, Vancouver, Wtash., points on place kicks and senior guards; Steve Glass, of points ater touchdowns; all- Lewis and Clrk, Spokane, corfference linebaeker Curt md Mk Landnrk, Kamiah, Byrnes; all-conference tackle I, both jors, at tackle. Ken ,arman, and quarterback Three letermen ends re- 'Bob Clark. turn. They are Dan Brown, Despite these key losses, re- Kent semor; Vern Garland, turning lettermen are expect. Concrete soph., and Joe ed ,to  al the gaps except Mosebar, Pasco senior. or a proven kicker of Mnund- In addition, Holmes expects son,'s caliber, a crop of better-tha,n-aveage Senior halfback Mel Stan-g and junior college ton, who averaged 88 yards trarmfers to provide depth. per game in rushing last year, The Savages will have just is expected to be Eastern's big tw weeks to prepare for their gun. Stunon, ex-Lewis and season opener, a game with Clark high school OF Spokane Western Montaaa. It will be back, was all-conference, all- the first meeting between the state small college back of the to schools. year, and was rma_ked 14th no- The ,game, Sept 18, at 1:30, tionMlly in rushing in 1964.  be in Joe Albi Staditma in Other all-coherence slec- Spolane, whe the Savages lions who will be returning  play all their,tmanes ganaes are flanker and safety Dean this year. Woodward Field, Adams, Manson, senior, and Eastern's ,home grounds, wi Logview senior guard Steve be the site of a nv library, Hecker. Don Strate, Daven. and a new home field won't port }tinier back and an all- he completed until the 1966 state nominee last year, also season. Wednesday, Sept. 8, will be t%e first day f school or all students in the Oheney district but faculty members will begin the term a day earlier on Sept. 7, Superirttendent William J. we are shore entitled to a ong Indian summer this fall" . . . Heard this comment frvvn a Iv- col conservative, now popu- larly cled extremist, "We Americans certainly do n,t have much going for us now what with a Communist ap- peasing State depertrnent, a bunch of Whiz Kids rg the Pentagon ,amt dt-grad- hag patriotic career military men, a radical supreme court hellhent to despoil the Con- stitution, a l,beral Preslden eeki_g to outdo ,his hero FDR in "social" legislation and a rubber stamp Congress." . . . We're gd to hear tlt our old friend Dick Ioos is fast regaining his health . . . Just think hew quiet Main street will be when the several hun- dred odd daily transport trucks no longer blast t'ough town. We predict that the free- way bypass will amt hm, t Cha- ncy but will make it a quieter place in which .to live and work . . The expression, "Mi_mding your P's and Q's" probably or- iginated in a ,print shop. Last Friday we came trp with the word 'eoqy' in bold handset type on the first proof of a :print job. Lower ease (small) p's and q's as well as lower case b's and d's are easily con- used when. putting type hack into the boxes of a Wpe case . Hank Barkowsk-y'a vege- table garden frost nipped Fri- day night... Farmers a,re cut- ting grain again after the long wet spell . . . White club Wheat up one cent a .bushel and barley up a dollar a ton . School yourgsters getting atttfitd with shiny shoes, loud shirts and slmrt skirts.. The Free Press' press ru this week Mt the 1600 mark and that's good  cirvu]aion coverage for a town the size of Chancy . . . Have fun over Labor Day weekend, summer's last fling, but you will be care- ful won't you? . . . TRAVELED 3589 MILES .... M. a ,, J ad family left on their 3589 mile trip Aug. 20. Tey re- turned Aug. 30, having en. joyed a wondeul, Im,t ex. hausting, trip. Leaving Cheney, they tray. eled to the Oregon coast, hen Ion to California, where they [were,the guests of Mrs. Sn. Imons and fmfly. 'From there, they m'neyed an to the Grand Canyon, and headed for ttome, orning throtgh Salt Lake City, Utah. meter backstroke and 200- meter individual medley. Bob Stoe won a gold medal in boys 10 and uder 50-meter butterfly and a second place in 200-meter individual med- ley. John Waxldington earned a second ptae in boys 13 and 14 200-meter freestyle and Tom Stone wen first places in both 1-meter and 3-meter div- ing for boys 13 and 14. The previous weekend, the team attended one of the Larg- est meets of the summer sea- i son at Moses Lake. Five Se- attle teams and teams: from Portioned were represented in addition to Inland Empire teams. Local winners were: Ken ttadon, 4th in 50-meter back- stroke and 6th irt, 50-meter freestyle; Mike Graves, 3rd in 50-meter backstroke; Bob Stone, 1st place in 50-meter butterIlT; 3rd place in 200- meter individual medley and 6th place in 50meter hack- The'Psco #u Otyrri meet was the last meet of the summer seasar. The team w nt perticipate in meets with, in  area until the morth OF ' Octaber-,when the winter swim seeson starts. JOB'S BETHEL TO MEET The ,betlml of Jb's Dau. ters will ,hold the first regu- lar meeting on Tuesday eve- nig, Sept. 14. Honored qeen Anne Stalbern  aanounce the coming activities .and ap- en , The tmrdian cotmeil will be inslled with grand officers from Spokane .Mrs. E. A. Melville umler- went major surgery in Sacred Heart hospita.1, Spokane. on Monday. She is recovering nicely and soon epected First Swim Meet Spons By Novice Team is Success i Coeur d'Alene ws the win. rbbon mad Tim Mob-tan had l fling team with 176 points, Cheney's EWRA secaml with 145; Deer Park third with 86; nd Oheney Porpoises fourth with 77 pots. In Cheney's EWRA team Bob Stone, Ken Radon, Peggy Sterner end John Waddington each won five first ribbons ani Nancy Steiner took nvo; Dick Steiner won five second pace ribbons, Nancy Steiner, three and Tom Stone, one; Stone also d one third place three. Alert Beard .and Bill Hage- lin wo four firsts for the nov- ice Prlses. wayne Just took three and Jon Lotzenhiser, Jim Gergen and Mike Crabb took one apiece. The novices also came in first in sevev rely groups. Second place winners wre AIR Beard, 2; Lotzenhiser 2, Hagelin 2, Crbb 2, David Hove I, Steve Smith 2, and Kathy Bedien 1. Merchants Donate Plaques For Annual Water Show Four plaques, donated by Chancy m, were presented to winnea t the first anrmal water show held at the Cheaey ooI Aug. 26. The show, sponsored .by the Porpoises and directed by Manager Wilfred Beard with Mrs. Beard and had most 100 smmevs par. al water safety Aides assisling, ttcipating. The plaques, polished wal- nut with a bronze swimming motif and 12 brass name plates on each plaque, are currently on display in the Free Press iadow and will be displayed at the pool when the winning nmes are ep- graved on f2e plates, ladh year the high point winners' names will be inscribed on one of the phtes. The boy's high point win- ner plaque do by ,Holmes Irdware  have the names of Bob Stone, E mmction- ed team wimm, ami Alan Beard, Porpoise nvvice tmm winner inscribed on the plte. Ken Radon came in a close sec- ond for the sanctioned team and runerup for the novice team were W;ayne Just, Mike Orabb and Jim Gergen. Ger- gen was also elected captain of the novice team. Girl's high point winners were Debbie Kiagsly, sa,rtction- ed teaw and Barbara Gergen, novice, with Kathy Bedient, lallry Smith and Louise. Rat- ce as rwice runners-up. plaque was donated by Edgett Bros. The sync .kroized water hal. let plaque, donated by Smi'th Jewelers, will lmve the names of Jmttce Nelson and Barbara Gergen inscribed. Janet's was for the most im- paxrted swimmer nd s for high points. Tom Stone won both the ,hh boa end lw  div- ing divisions. This plaque was donated by the Owl y. Ve/a M. Skew is a new teacher at Ca'don Springs and Jeannette C. Herman, Patricia Helm and Terry'C. Cleveland are new teachers at Sunset. The complete culty zste fr each school and teaching asignments are as forars: Cheney High School George A. Fisher, lmCilal; Sack K. Philloo, vice principal; M. Auseth, vocational hme economics and t,!.rLg; Margaret S. Arndt, girls phy- sical education; Arthur T. Beaudreau, industrial arts and mevttanieal drawing; Ma_y C. Bell, Spanish and Errglish; Floyd B. Cook, math, tra.ek coach and athletic director. Larry W. Crandatl, librar- ian; David M. Daugharty, math ad assistant foohalI coach; Joan E. Daugherty, English,; E. Eldon Engel, driver education, busine law and wresting coach; Kenneth D. Hallett, bi- ology ad assistant base ; Stefartie ttalwa Ger- social science. Neva L. Heat.h, ligii; To, t:e Lovinski,  ed. cak lh-m S. Xeah, matheumics; Robe 1. Moe, glish and ; DonaId L. oi boye  eauca- lion, [mad basketlmll coach atd ,head baseball coach; :Jare F. , social sciemce and guidance; James NozWoed, se- Pal science; Charles  pack- ,a, voea agriculture, mechanics and general hop; Maorie H. Paul,son, English and journalism. Fred Rosenzweag, .guidance, social science, applie the- 'mics, assisrtt football and .basketball coach;  E. Wade, social science and de- bate; Margare Waldo, Voca- tional 'home ecormmi; Ed- mund G. West, che, phy- si and general sciere; Mar- garet Whitfiekt, La42n and English. Betz Elementary pai; Wamla M. Heinomam% kindergaz+ten; Betty A. A- d, grade I; Katldeen G. Foy, rade 1; Berm'ce r- ; Myrtle g4 e "d, gra;  ry R. Aebly, glade 5; Hlen A. gras 54};  E. , gnde 6; Wled Beard, science and muse grades 743; Altamae social studies anti remedial ,reading, grades 7-8. Nadine Spacek, girls' pb.yi'- cM edtma, tion an library; Rob- eft B. Pattersmt, boys' physi- cal education;  M. gu" ,hnce and Margaret C. Rudolph, library and T_idmce. Sunset Elemente ,ry William F. HJbberd, Princi- pal; Jeanette C. Herman, kin- dergarten; Alnm . Hrelt, grade I; Helen G. Simpson, grade 2; MtUe A. AshlevAsley, grade 2; Via, ginia K. , ,grade 2; Joan. McCMum, grade 3; ltrieia Helm, grade 4; FAsie A. Laphere, grades 3-4; William S. Entwistle, grade 5; Terry C. Clevend, grade 6; V M. Moore, soci stud. is; boys' pysiat education and library; and Jean L. Ros- enzweig, rnathemaUes, girls' physical education, science rades 7-8. Windsor Elementary Hubert J. 1], ta-ieipal; R- beta S.  - ten; Joye A. NelSon, kinde- garton; Anita W. Resleff, grade 1; Margaret idt, grade 1; Ruth E. Jackson, (Continued on back page)