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L  Pge 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, September 24, 1965 CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Ehtered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Mater under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every N_.__T I O N A t E D I I O R I A L Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. 1] A COTIN Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ S4.50 per year i:u=l:u.l=,Vl=:-- All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER 10 Years Ago September, 1955 Nearly 500 freshmen were on the EWSC campus this week to begin an orientatiou week for new stttden:. The new students were greeted by ad, minisaffon uden and city offical.'s. Their week in- cl'uded ezace tests, mixers, receptions and meetia, ffs with tacul'ty members. [ Cheney ihigh sch*oal Black-! .hawks lost their first football game ,of the new season Friday at Cottfax, 13 to 18. The gme was played o a wet fieM. Safety features o,ffea'ed for the first time by 'any atovno- bfle conpany, power equ to the Thtmderbird, and loer body sil%ouettes are avaible in 1956 Pord cm,s which Rat- cliffe mpan places on dis- play Fid.ay. Cheney City Council has is- sued a n.otice ,of hearin,g on a petition to vacate a portion of Oak street. Date set for the hearing is Oct. 18 at 8 p. m. The portion of Oak involved is in Reservoir Park d,dtion abuttirzg block 5 and 12 be- tween North Ninth and Erie Streets. The rushin!g committee o,f Gamma Theta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi presented plans f, or the fall rushing program at the elapter's meeting Tlurs- davy evening, Oct. 6, with the AftrIoon LRerary and lrter- national relations departments as hostess grou:lS. Delegates will be elected to .attend the Northwest d:,trict eonvertion. in OakesdMe on the 22rid. Mr. "and Mrs. Riley W. Baird will celebrate their 58th wed- d,irg amfiversary Sunday, Sept. 25, with ,an oen lmuse at their home in Cheney. cation," will be the su,bject an ,address to be given by Dr. Walter Isle, president o{" EWC before the Cheney PTA meet- ing Tuesday, Sept. 25. Thirty-five attended the mo- tion picture program, includ- in:g shelving off old C&eney scenes at Pix theatre Monday evening, when the Fine Arts department ,of Tilicum dub was host to the Civic Depart- ment. The Odakota Camp Fire Girs met Thursday in the Camp Fire room for a discus- , Paradise Prairie Marshall News * By Lana Evans (TOG, late for last week) 4-H CLUB NEWS At the l'ast 4-H mieeting, pla,ns were made for the club's i anmml banquet and slaffhetti teed, to be held Oct. 16, at the l lParadise grange hall. A film[ by Walt Disney, The Iorse witch the Flying Tail, wll be of slmvn; achievement pins giv- en out; and new officers in- staled. Theresa Smith is: head of the bnquet committee, and will be ca.l, ling everyone this week to make firmt plans. The fair booth is nearly co.m- lle*ed. Lana Evans suggested hav- in,g a rally fr all the 4H ose clubs i,n the area sovnetime h.te this tall. She is chairman of the committee. All of the cub's m,agazines have been filed, and a ,library will be started. .sion of fM1 activi;ties. They, Mrs. Arndt will be ,bosSes received kodak ,pictures f[at the next meeting, Oct. 5 at Camp Day arid phyed games 7 p. m. New members are in the city park. welcome. An:yone interested in joining may contact Lanai Evzlrs at RI 7-4936 for mre[ 30 Years Ago in,formation. September, 1935 Cheney high school won sec- ond place in the Eastern Wash- ington Future Farmers Live- stock Judging contest aeld at the State fair at Yakima Sept. 14 to 19. They we,re defeated by the, Pameroy team, winners i'n two previous contests. First o,f tbe hree paving jobs in prospect for C!heney this fall was started this week as cntraetors began the nec- essary grading on the Fourth street project. IrrdLcating that he is oing to 'put another squd lkely to ery on the champi,nvhp tra- ditions of tbe Cheaey Black- hawks, Cacth George Fisher's 'high s,clooa eleven Tuesday evening in pra, ctice scrimmage sotm,cy trounced 'the Normal .sol, eel reserves, the Papooses. Mrs. D. G. Jea'ue ttended the Tri DeRa meet,ng m Sp kane Wednesday, SeN. 23, w,hieh was hed at the .hme of Miss Wliee Siegler. 49 Years Ago 20 Years Ago September, 1945 tarfley Hornig, fo the past five years ln,al rna.- misi.one,rs in demanding that Potlatch Yards----"-'('71 he lavirg o the N0vmal Monday tok up ,his new rol- adgwaY .be corpp.eed before in the Slokaae valIey, where,   w earner t in. ne con- , srucuon company sarl,a to he has ptwehased an interest '  :  ' ,, ,, .o,. .,,mh,., o,,,,,,.,,,, I move ,some equipment to Sp , e, but a court order was a lumber .arrd lardwae firm, '  ' roeated on East Trent near n- procured which stopped them, ortunity ' v and nec:eitated the wrk as September, 1916 Deputy coun,ty en#neer Me- Clung j,oined the county tom- Saturdiay, Sept. 29, will be Fruit Cake  at the Gheney cantng eenfwr, vthich will open at 1 p. m. for this event. "Importance of tbe Parent in a Modern Program of Edu- son as possible. Mr. and Mrs. George McKay were entertained by a group of friends at their borne on the vccasan of their 50th wed- ding anaiveary. City Clerk J. P. Laher re- ceived a quantity o,t pamph. ts from the seere,tary of state exlla&nig the measures which were to be voed o in the fall election. CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid p ros- ais are available for eduoauon- al equipment and/or upplie by Eastern Washington State College in the offic of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Roam ]21. Showalter Hll. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wail Director of Purchashag. (July 1, 1965-July 1, 1966) Directory O. B. Electric I PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. I, Spokane CH. 4-2705 State of Washington, Office of the Su- pervisor of Water ResOurces, Depart- ment of Conservation, Olympim NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. R-19234 Take Notice: That James Emtman of Cheney, Washington on September 1, 1965, filed applicaion for permit to divert the public waters of unnamed stream triLtary of Minnie Creek, t the amoun of 230 acre-feet, subject to existing rights, from January 1 to June 30 each year for the purpose of irriga- tion that the approximate point of di-i version is located within Government Lot 3 of Section 19, Township 23 N., Rathe 42 E. W. M., in Spokane County. Any objections must be accompanied by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the State Supervisor of Water Resources within thirty (30) days from October 1, 1965. Witness my hand and official seal this 15th day of September, 1965. M. G. Walker, State Supervisor of Water Resources. r (Sept. 24-Oct. 1) City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE State of Washington, Office of the Su- pervisor of Water Resources, Departmen f Conservation. Olympia. NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. R-19233 Take notice that James Emtman of Cheney, Washington on September 1, 1965, filed applicatio for permit to divert the public waters of unnamed stream tributary of Minnie Creek, in the amount of 220 acre-feet, subject to existing rights, from January 1 to June 30 each year for the purpose of irriga- tion that the approximate point of diver- sior is located within Wa/NE of Sec- tion 18, Township 23 N'. Rarge 42 E. W.M., i Spokane Courtly. Any objections must be accompanied by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the State Superivsor of CHURCH NEWS The Ladies Chri:stian Circle o,f the Marshall ommunity cihurvh will h,old a rummage sMe Oct. 19 at /he Church. Anyone wishing to contribute rummage may cM1 Mrs. G. P. Bl'eeker at TE 8-3"746 or Mrs. Fred Webster at RI 7-0420. The last week of Sep*ember. a "Youth Emlha*sis week" will be held at the Marshall Co,m- munity ehurch. Meetings will be hld every night that week tot the young people. Sept. 24 arrd 25 at 7:30 p. m. Ive Wilkerson, a,utbor of "The Cross and ,the Switch- blade," will h,ead a "teeal Cru- sade for Spokane" at the Spo- kane coliseum. GRANGE NEWS Card larty time has been chaged from 8:30 p. m. to 8 p. m. every second aad fourth Saturday night ,at the Paradise gre hall. Paradise grange wil, I ,last an open lou'se and potluck sup- per Oct. 15 at the grange haal. Everyone is welcome to at- tend. Rev. ad Mrs. Richard Lan- lhear ,retuvn,ed Saturday mght] from a two week vacation in[ Montana, Idaho arrd Suth Do-I kota. Mr. n,d Mrs. M. L. Lewis rom Seattle were relcent guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Poitras. Mr. Pottras retune,d revently from a week's sy in Deaconess lmspital after an ' opevation. Mrs. Poitras left Sunday for a two week stay with rehtives, Mr.. ad Mrs. H, arte Burnette, in La C,Urmda, Calf. :Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bloomquisl were ,last Wednesday dnner guests of Mr. a,nd Mrs. De- mille in Spokane. Smrday gues of thhe Bl>mquis,ts were Mr. and Mrs. Tam Hugell of Pot Fals, Idaho. Visiting Mr.  Mrs. Wil- bur Wassenmiller last week we Mr. and Mrs. Bunker of SavJta Cruz, Cai,'f. The Bnkers are fvmerly of Spolmne. Mr. Wsemnitler took Ken to Col- lege Place in Wall Walla, where ,he emxed aS a soplm- more. 5im has also returned to lapper Columbia Academy, w!hre he is a senior. ,Mr. ad Mrs. Arrmld Pros- key ,aaxl Ron, and Mrs. Earl Lindbevg wet to Ilwalvo ove the Labor Day weekend. Ron cau:ffht an 18 Ixmad king sol- moll. Stmday, Sept. 12, Mr. and Mrs. Osen of Spokane visited the Wests 1at their cabin on: C eou;r d'Alene take. Tuesday evnin,g guests were M. and Ms. FlBppini and children of Spolane. fiaturday night, Mr. and Mrs. Vi'il.bu,r Wassenmilter attended the wedding o Miss Liada Massen,gil o.f Spok,ne to Duane Gaard ,off Ceeur d'Alee: Mr. GlMvd is in the army, mad a member ,of the "White Coats," a group of 350 peiple in the Windsor News and Mrs. Dale Guest, Mr. and Mrs. Phi, llip Patte.rson and By Mrs. James Widner GRANGE NEWS Granges ,and their stndings with tbeir themes are as fol- 1,ows: First, Sprin,ghtll, tbeme America The Beautiful;" re- ceived the Eltsworth trophy for most ,outsta, nding bo*th. Neighborhood, "Harvest Re- flections". Pour Corners, "Sun Source of lnergy." GreoImeres, "Success is not Achieved by Dreaming." Moran Youth group, "Our N,aon's Pride." taat Sp, ok'ne, "SLudying the ABC's of Agriculture." Green Bluff, "'Abundance, The Gift ,of Til." Bll)ue Stem, "The W.beet of Fortune." Windsor, "Our Pride." Opportunity, "Harvest Time." Four Lakes, "Our Grange, Hb o,f fle Community." Es,pan.la, "Thy Provis'ions Giveh Us Stre,ngth." FFA Chapter ratings are as #olbos: Mead chapter, purple and blue ribbons. "Work with Safe- ty. Build your own Sfety eq u']pmenrt." Central Valley, blue ribbon. "Our La'rd and its Care. Deer Park, bl.ue ribbon, Riv- el, side, arid Reard,an both red ribbons. CORRECTION NOTED Correction in my last col- um,n last week, "Jim Otson was elected leside'nt of his eighth grade class in the Med- ical Lake j,umor hih," and ot wesident of the sehoo. Irma Stragier of Windsor grange won ribbons for her dz'es ntd h,0.u'se c0at, ao rib- boas rOn the veffetaibl, es she entered. Among the many w,ho work- ed on Windsor's fair bo,h and donated vegetables were Mr. Jim, Irma Stragier, Mrs. Bert Parshall, Mrs. John C]'awford, Mr. and Mrs. HroM Wevhan, Dick Getrum, Jim and K,aren Olson, rd Leorm Widner. Mrs. Quinten Landreth was at the fair in a wheel chair. She brake he'r ankle in two pl,a,ees. Ted McCurey was also able to attend the fair by using a cane. He has broken his heel twice and spent many weeks in the hospital. Pomora grange will meet in tile Four Lakes grange hal'] Satu.rday, Sept. 25, at 10:30 . m. Monday Pomona gra:n, ge lec- turer Mabel Johnston wi,l pre- sent a tal;ent pro,gram in the M,or'an grange .bal. Lloyd An- drews will be master o,f core- re:origins. Mr. and Mrs. PtRllip Patter- son, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Mor- asoh and Mrs. Nellie Hagel served lunch at tile Windsor range meting last Wednes- day evening. There were 20 members present. Attending from Spangle were Mrs. Nettie Mill, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hub- bard and Mr. an!d Mrs. Henry Cliausen attended the fa'ir tast Sunday. Mrs. Otto Bleisner, Mrs. Paul- ine Rohwer, Mrs. Irma Han- sen and the H'lis. Mr. ,and Mrs. Lawrence Cbarneski lave moved to Pule- man where Mr. C!b, arnesM will1 co,=inue his edu,eafi,on. They spent ast weekerM visiting Mrs. Minnie Uttke and Adel- aide Larsen. errie a,nd Jace Kampa won a pize on tbeir lrge pumpkins entered at the fair. Irma Stragier and Hattie IAtefield were ,at the fair grounds ast Friday w'bre Mrs. Sagier entered herr pro- du,ce for judging. Mz, s. Fl, ora Smith entertain- ed .at a un,cheorn M,nday f.o,r Mrs. Art Hannenburg, Mrs. David Smith and Sharon Han- nen,burg. Widner's Beauty Sho will open October 9 in Hayf0rd Call CH 4-9673 collect for ap[ and directions. Boys through 13... YOU CAN BE A WINNER IN OUR FREE PU WT, PASS & KICK WIN! Warm-up jackets, helmets and footballs are the big for boys 8, 9 or 10. Older boys of 11, 12 and 13 can win some trophies. All boys can win a trip to an NFL game with ... plus a "Tour of Champions" to Washing annual NFL Play-Off Bowl game in Miami, Florida. You corn only with boys your own age. GET FREE! A book of punting, passing, place-kicking written bytop NFL stars.., and an attractive PP&K tie-la )/ You must be accompanied by a parent or legal. guardian to register. Registration closes October$ Bring your dad and get full details at,.. Ratcliffe Ford, Chene' Competition Date Oct. 9th L. to r. PAULENA CARTER, Pianist; DOROTHY WARENSKJOLD. Soprano; CARMEN DRAGON, Conductor; NORMA ZIMMER "WE AItE AtlEItI00- .,.:...,...+.+>:.:\>:.+:+:. "To create the love of music in a ...is an artist's finest reward!" No artist is better qualified to speak such words than Carmen Dragon, conductor of the Standard School Broadcast, heard by millions of children in their classrooms, and adults in their homes, on Thursdays throughout the school year. "What a thrill," says Dorothy Warenskjold, "to open a world of music to American children"... "It is a wonderful privilege to share in this creative work," says Paulena Carter... "The child with a love of music grows into a richer person," says Norma Zimmer. For these stars of opera, concert, radio and television, as for many others, the Standard School Broadcast helped to start their present successful careers. They have performed regu- larly since, with enthusiasm. These distinguished artists are only a few of hundreds who have made this unique program, from opera to folk music to symphony to jazz, an American educational asset. They gladly take time from their busy lives to perform with Standard Oil because... "To create the love of music in a child is an artist's finest reward." , i, 322 FIRST 235-4732 Water Reure .... itbin tbirty (30) days UriC,ted SfLates who su,bject /eAreAmericans, the 38th annual Standard School Broadcast radio series, 'Justas they learn the appreciation ofmusic, you.g from October Z. 1965. theraseles to tests ad experi- beglns October 21, 1965. Please consult local papers for time and station, people also learn that the man at the Sign of t withes my bane and official eal this Chevron means friendly service to the family " '' 15th day of September, 1965. merits. The c'aulNe will 'live in : M.G. Wlker, State Supervisor of WaShington, D C It ELECTRIC SERVICE Water Resources. " (Sept. 24-Oct. 1) .r. .and Mrs. Eugene 1 I AT ITS BEST ..... Adams visited the Del Cole  @w0n - F | Phone 235-4410 There are two ways of be- familsr n Cole last Sunday. gt#__ ,. __._-,-___ L J (ITAMh/tDh 11 /t/tU . -- , ...-.-.. .. .. ... .. irg foc.l'ed. One .is,to beli_e_ye Mr. and Mrs. FlOyd Convlly Oq/" I . ,,.,',,,,.,',,,,, ,,,= ,,,,,,,PANY OF CALII I:lJl: I I bKU:), someth.ring that lSn t S. The spent the weekend at their ca- other is to refuse to believe bil ,on Pertd Oreilte river in smethi'rvg that is so. Idaho. . I[ I II I I II lilll , t -- -- --   II1 iiiiiiil=m