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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Fv}@ay, October 15, 1965 CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Etered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class MaLter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER NATIONAL EDITORIAL blouse, ,red, art, white; Judy Dabb, blouse, red; Carolyn Canp, sports outfit, blue, blouse, blue; Karen DoSlin's, sl,aeks, blue, bl, ouse, white; De- loris Ste'lzer, suit, blue. dess red; David tardie, pmpkin ]8 pounds; Linda Hardie a pumpMn 26 pounds; David Betz, a pumpkin, 25 pounds; Ed Emtman, a tmmpkin, 31't pounds. Jan Saario, potatoes, turn- ips and carrots, blue; D,avid ptatges and carrots, blue, squash ,and pumpkin, white; Helen Hardie, cookies `and Muffins, bl,ue; Janet Camp, muffins, red; David Hei- fer, blue, dairy fittin,g and shawing; grand champi'on Jr. division; Carolyn Camp, dairy heifer, dairy, fitting and show- ins, nd art all l}ue ribbons. Open meeting and bo,oster nght this Friday eve,ni,::g at Ea:st Cherey grange hall. Grange women will bring s,and- w}ches, cake or jelTo. Sunday dinner g,ests ef Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labs,h, Jimmie and Jennifer were Mr. and Mrs. Ger0td Betz and childre and Mr. and Mrs. Tm Lalbish and family. Mr. and 3De Lab- ish elled on Mr. and Mrs. Lguie Falk Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Babb and Linda spent Sunday eve- ning with Mr. a,nd Mrs. Vern H,arrington. Mrs. Helen Bo,ts is cnval- escing at hme after her acci- dent two weeks ago. Paradise Prairie Marshall News ors of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phil!lS: and John, Mr. and Mrs. Vern H'aTri:gtan were recent callers of th Phill:ip- ms. Mrs. Clarence Davis and n,o}her, Anna Phillips, vis{ted Cl'arenee D,avis at St. Luke's lspital last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Phillips also paid a visit to an old time neighbor, Mrs. lennie Thompson and daugh- ter, Mis tIaze.l Th,apsan. The Th,mpso,ns live near the St. Luke,s hosp,ital but were eighbors o.f the Phillips fam- ily fr many. years. Mr. ,and Mrs. Bob Ham'pton and fam}ly f Sp,okane were last Saturd}y guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hary tIamptn. By Lana Evans PRANCERS MEET At the last meeting of the Pr,airie Prancers, held at the Dalton home, new oficers Mr. and Mrs. Fred B`airdithird Tue, say of Oic:obe,r to e,re Sund,ay afterno,n visit- make the shedule or the the Clld Welfare f Spokane  review on "ArgeI at He.r will give a talk, a,nd th,oselders." p:o,p,l:e ruzmirg for shool / Mrs. glveta Lewis board membership will be in- Itaf-Arab clinic last traduced, irml, uded ridirg, The w'omon of the Miarshall and fitting and Community ehu'reh ,ave ]ut- Russell Akiyama, a tins on a rummage sale Satur- at WSU, was elected d,ay, Oct. 19, at North 4, Ber- o.f an.non Hall. He hs nard. been elected vice The lunch held by the Lad- one semester, served as we,re elected. They weee as Iies Circle of the church was a f oll:ows: S!rdra Sheldon, pres-[ success. About 40 were pres- ident; The'esa Smtih, vie2- I e,nt. Mrs. Ewell gaxe a book pre,sdent; Lynn Carlson, see-I retary. Carol Blayl,ock w,as aj-! poiuted sergeant at re'ms. The- resa Smith is in eh,arge of the banquet, to be held Oct. 16, in the Paradise grange ha:B. There will be ,a Junio Leaders meeting =at Mrs. Arndt's the eming ye,ar. There wi, be a hay ride and p,arty Octobe 5'0 `at 7 p. m. Tonight, Paradise w i host an open ,house booster night with p,o.tluck dinner starting at 6 p. m. A program will f'ol- , low .at the grange hM1. The Windsor elementary school PTO will meet Oct. 19 at 7:30 p m. in the sc.ho, o,l's auditorium. The main toNc of dis,cus',m will be the Hallow- een party. On the program, Thirty years ago, "minding m:e's children" did NOT mela,n OBEYING them! sor and a,lo as a flar o,f thie third fl,oor at h, all Ln the ps the beer of good taste Olympia Brewing Company, Tumwaler, near Olympia, Washington. "Oly *e COMMENDED STUDENTSSix Cheney High School Seniors have received letters of Commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Awards. They are front row, left to right: Sandra Yoder and Ruth Lass. Second row, left to right: Michael Lid- dell, Marlene Hoover and Alex Rajala. Not pictured, Margaret Thompson. Cheney Students Rate High In Merit Scholarship Test By Edna Cheever Five students at Cheney hiffh school have been honored with Letters of Cmmen@ation He was among the highest- scoring semi-finalists in the sate o,f Was,hington. Each Me,tit Scholars,hip is a four-year ava:rd covering the undergraduate eol!lege years, The winner's stippend is tailor- ed to his need, up to a m, axl- mum of $6000 for the tour years in most cases. For the student already fina,nciaUy able to atte,nd college of his ch,otce, the award is $400 far or their high performance n the four years. the National Merit Sehi$avship More thorn: 11,000 won MeI'it Ou,lifvin Tet Wen 1.astSclo.lrship's in gne ,s, flee- sprirg: Tey m-e among 38,000 `ade of the program .hich was students across the atia rec-I fou'nded in 1955 witn an,s ozed fr scoring in the lf tom the Ford Poundati,on and' to pea" cent ,of stns who I the Carnegie OocTorUon of wi] complete h}gh school in/New York. Abeut $42 million 1966 I in ffaneial aais,tance to Merit George A. Fisher, school principal, ,has nn, ou.nced that the Commended sudes are: Mrlm oover, Puth Lass, Mlmet LiddlR, Mgaret Thomson, Sandva Yoder and Alex laja. John M. &aker, pa'esident o.f he Nntion'al Merit Sclmlar- slip (kmratan said: "These stud'ents are bing recoxizd for tmiv ouan_ing perform- ,ante an the qu, alifyin te. Thei is a ntable academic Sclmlars and their colge' has bee expended or covantted through the progr' thus far. East Cheney By Anna Phillips The fOnDling pep,le won ribbons at he Spokane Intm'- state fair: Ma'y Doos, dress, blue; IAnda Hav6ie, so,rts o,ut- fit, blue; dress, shirt and achievement. "The (3mmended students[ have considera,ble bilty, I whh sh, ouM be decehed[ mmm, mm im, m== tb2roffh fuhor edue,an. ! ' They de,nerve every eneur-[ agemet I ad their promise is I great. They reres,t an im- ping iinte]leetual resource which our ntion needs." CARD tlat Alex Raja,ka was cited fr his !high achievement in the 1965-1966 Merit Schrhip HERE CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are avathble for education- al equipmeat and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121, Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T, T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1965-July 1, 1966) Directory O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 City Dry Cleaners All Cards Including Dept Stores Restau rants Hotels, Etc. $235 CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322FIRST 235-4732 .... Spike's Cyclel ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. SALES  PARTS .-- SERVICE Open 7 a. m. to 11 p. m. SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 706 1ST, CHENEY PHONE 235-6666 COVERALLS CHORE OLOVES FREE! -- 5 V-Store footballs given away free. Nc,thing to buy -- just sign a registration sl'ip. Cheney Dept. Store