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Page 2 Chancy Free Press Friday, October 22, 1965 7"_P CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Fmtered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Matter 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 I_.1;I all I f.JMID J,I :AI:| l'am Startling, isn't it? Like air and water, She loca newxpapor is sort of taken for gm, nted. Shace National Newspaper week is eelelxcated this month, we thought it might be appax)- prince to carl a few facts 'to your attenon. This isn't really our st issue., o course -- we just said that to get your attenn. What Is A Newspaper? A Newspaper is a Business. To survive and perhaps even to prosper it must he stpported by local bttsinesses through adverUSirLg ad commercial printing. While subsaripton h'eame is  ,gret help, it is necea" ,.gh on: any paper to pay expenses cad there ,is no "Marma from Heaven" to help pay for all the free services e local newspaper gives the community every .ue. The Free Press lms been servmg Ohoney ad surroundmg distrlet for nearly seventy yeats and is just abot he oMest contn, uous business in tovn. It .has paid a p,ayrll and made a moest ltig for the  owners dtwing those years. A Newspaper is a Manufacturer. The Chene" Free Press conveys the raw ma- terials of ink, paper, film, metal ,ad e2ectrc energy into a product which m used every week by the whole community. A Newspaper is a Public Service. By s'ome strage ret of metap,hysics, this pvi- vatey-owned business 'also 'belongs" to the cnmtmty. It ses (in the strictest sense) the development and welfare of the commuty arrd acts as its pu'bic pter. When a reader feels "his" .nesrgaper ,has et m dawn, he is prompt to so inform the ed.tor of his error. The Free Press records the daes of meet- ings, births, marriages, successes, etc., nld deaths of the peivle, literally ehren- ieling their fives from the crad;le o the grove, it u 'nseis,l],y serves the ch,urches, selma,Is, clubs, lodges mi pu,blc sevvice groups every week. But it daes take gen,ous advertising patronage to Stlo,rt ths vital community service. A Newspaper is the Mirror and Pulse of the Community. The Yee Press rmt truly tes to dlect What 'local peolMe think and eed, but hat Chancy IS. It tries o be the "voloe". Tls sewice, coupled with a similar efort on, the part of thousands of other loal ewspapers, is one of the geaest secrets to the suc- cess of the American society. It takes some doing in the wy of ,labor and neous energy, nt to meion the cost in money, to give you a good rmwspaper, so please don't aLvays ke us hrr graed, wl you. Per other *houghts see Letters to F_tor above. Four Lakes By Mrs. Sidney Larson BOOSTER NIGHT Fmr I.mkes grarge  hem its a, rmual booster mght dim imr Friday, Oct. 22 at 6:30. Grange arid nun-members are invited to this affair. The dinner is tu be pok. The p wi1 be by Jermifer Jorda and about her trip to Girs' State $st summer. HUB CLUB Hu C*lub witl meet t the fire  Oct. 28 at 10 a. m. The members ,re to  a sack luaeh azd aso cookies. There will he a guest from the TriCem paint o. to dem- strate painting on vele ad other ma. SHOWER GIVEN Mi Natayn Hadrikson, bride-elect of Richard More was ,guest of ,lmor at a shay- CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available fr education- al equipmen and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, -Roam ]21, ShowMter H.. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1965-July 1, 1966) lira m Directory O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 t. _ ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 23544:{0 EDGETT BROS. ez hst Friday given by Mrs:. Don Herak nd Mrs. Kike Lacy at the hme of Mrs. Her- ak in Spokane. Ttmae atterM- ing from Four I.kes were Mes- dames De,bert Spear, De0mar Fitzner, El'don Jerdcke, Del Stanlerfer, Ceordon Gx>nning, Russell Mce, 'aod Moore and dauglters Judy and Nora Iu. Mhny gfts were presented to he bride-So-be. Vie rStnderfer was guest of ,hnor Saturday nigh when his prents, r. and Mrs. Cody Standerfer, hetd a brthday dinner far him. Other guests were Peggy Copper, . W. J. Standerfer arid Frank Alf. lussll iV[ace has comgleted h work 'at Deep Lake. a,nd is lmme. He is nov Workirrg with Nelo Oonstruvtio CO. of Spokane. Leaard M]ae .has a part in the play "lrherit The Wind" W the Oheney h'h sctroo is lxrentiag. He uges a,ll flm Four Lakes ix) ttend ff posble. Mr. and Mrs. De[mr Fitzner ad farniiy have moved in the home that DeTr's foks had ,and here he grw up. Sloven Spear had major sur- gery ,last Wednesday and is n lome and dorg nkely. Ed Crooks vsited Sulay wish Mr. arrd Mrs. CAtmde Crooks and took them for a ride in the afternoon to see the changes in the Granite lzke ,area due to the il"eevay cenruction. Mr. and Mrs. Bad Pende ,returned lst Friday from a trip tlrouh Utah, Grand Can- yon, Pt0enix, Las Vegs and Redo. While they were one Ben Shultz took care of their Evetyn Fell and Anna Er- fur atterded the travelogue Last Thursday evening. Friday Mrs. Erfurth ,and Mrs. Hvard Man attended the dinner in Spokane at the Greek Ort'ho- dox chucih. Saturday Mrs. Mary Krl-d- ing of Grandview and Mrs. Erfurh were dinner gues at the WMter Effurtihs in Spo- Mr. and Mrs. Adollh Lan,ge spent Wednsffay everfing vis. itin the Sidney Lavsons. Mr. bang will be remembered a,s tle "Weed Direor" for Spo- kane County. The Langes ew live in Yuma, Ariz., and spemi their summers in the S9oknne area. The reorganization meeting o the 4-H club was hem last Tuesday at the school. It was uel attended by girls and l their moers. Mrs. Jack Hart- ford is the new leader anal be in charge of the ctmk- ing group. Mrs. Nncy Ras- msen will be the sewing di- rec*ar. Meetings will .be the first Tuesday in the month. Mr. and Mrs. eald Lm'sxn and family were supper guests Saturday at the l_rsans. Sat- urday Mrs. Larson aecompan- ie.d Mrs:. Ernest McM!iran, and Mrs. Mflo Bal to Davenpo to ma al day school of irmtctien at the Rebelah lodge there. Sunday Mr. arid Mrs. Sid- ney La on and Mr. and Mrs. Darre Lavsen vsted with the A. L. Larsns at Oolviie. Last oaday Mx. Grace Gray ,ad Mrs. Anna Erfurth cald on Mrs. Gre,tche Ms- e. Thursday Ms. 1he Scar caled and StmSay Mrs. Bert Spear called on ,her. Since Mrs,. oser has been iI she, gay appreciates hese calls. Mr. and Mrs. lobert Scott spet the weekend visiting an the coast. First wi,h at aunt of ,M. Scott's, Mr. and Mrs. C'eolidge in Senile and then with their gon and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Harem Scott of Kent. The Four Les fire meat meetmg will be October 27 a 8 p. m. m the fire lml. ' The young people of the l tr Lakes Oornmuity chn'ch are srig fns on "The Billy ralmm Ce ha C- cage," for six eamcuve 6Un- day even,igs. The first will be Oct. 24 ,at 7.30 p. m. A coil invitaUm is extended to the c'ommu,rdty o ,attend these wrth while fihns. ,ionday e Mr. and Mrs. Ted Radon und Mrs:. De Stamierfer took 13 en from Vhe junor cass to Pat- to,son's rolr sing rink. Rev. Anderson joined them there. Mrs. Hazel Powefl and her mother, Mrs. Sam Kirlatrick caled on Mr. Kirkpatrick Sat- uray at Sharon Arms nursin,g o.Ine. He is feeng qute wll nosy. Callers last week en Mrs. Kirlqick wear Lenad Mace and Monday Mr. and Mrs. Caude Gaer ,and Mrs. A,gues Hayer from Medical Lake were dnner guests of Mrs. Irklaarick. Uast day Mrs. Jesse Sil- .cock, Mrs. Mhqni, e White and Mrs. Don uzatlo were callers on Mrs. H. B. Pendell. Keny Radon attended the vimmin meet at FaiTVhid last Saturday ad Bunchy. He wn tdrd phce medals in the 50 meter nd 100 meter back srke. TILICUM USES STORY CLIPPINGS Te Tilicum cub f Cheney anuaIly enters several cen- tes on community imgrove- re.eat and cormervakm. We use news cppings frvm The Free Press to submit with our reperts. We do appreciate al the oom#ete ,and accurate coverage of cum events over he past 62 yem's. Mrs. Warren H. Westevman president The Chen,ey Free Press Chancy, Washington Gentlemen: In belalf of the Cheney Chamber of Comnevce, I want to expas, that civic group's tb2anks for the publicity given its va.Ius activities since the Clamber was first formed many years :ago. Te ham,ber recognizes the value of the home ton nevspaper to the commu,nity. arnett Boots, president You Can find it in the elMslfleda Readers Say "Th " anks In Many SCHOOLS HELPED We fee that this new recea- th,er smal world o,f BY FREE PRESS Editor, Free Press The local newspaper is the good right arm of a pu, btic agency such as a school dis- t}ct. Here in he Che,ney Sclool Disict the Cheney Free Press has provided an in- x,aituable public service by publs!hing school news weekly. Sclool board menhers in our dstict re ful].y aware f the entribu.tm of the Free Press to increased undersnd- ing of the school operation by residents of the dish'iet. As board members talk to Vheir cnstituents, the phrase "I see in the Free Press . . . " cwops up continuua.fly. The status of the building program, the fi- nn, cial condition of the dis, trict, the staff and program, the accompl,hments o,f stu- dents --,all are topics of in- tere to district patrons. The Free Press has provided good coverage of these topics. Fi,matly, a large slmre of the efforts put forth in the suc- cessful passage of two. build- ing fund levies during the )964-65 sc.h,ool year can be credit'ed t the Che.rrey Free Press. The coverage -- in de,gth givea by the Free Press has provided citizers With cts upon Wh:h to base their de- cisia,s. In a free society, this is the uli'm,ae test of a new's- paper. William J. Pdffgs, Stperintendent COLLEGE P. R. MAN HAS KIND WORDS Mr. Guyel Frost The Cheney Free Press Cheney, WaShin,gton Dear Guyel: O,n the occasion of National Newspaper Week, I think it appropriate to let yo tcnow that we appreciate, the Che- nay Free Press .and its cover- a.ge of events 'at Eastern Wash- ington State College. It is our home town paper that keeps people irffovmed nt ,ony af the many cultural and atlgetic events at the ccol- lege to which residents are in- vited, but also lets them know Ea:sa,'s phrs and makes for better understarding and re- laiotsbAp between "town and on." Keep up the good work. Sincerely, H. R. Koshersky, director Public In2ormad:ion. SPORTS REPORTING BRINGS THANK YOU Te Oheney high school atlfleOc department, particu- larly the football team, ha appreciated the covera,ge of our games by the lcal paper.: The Free Press has been more than willing to pn any and all information concelm, irg our teams. We feel this is god because it cantlmees to a better school,commu,rdty re- htonhip by im1rovin,g sc,o,o spirit, by improvin,g atend- ance at our games ,and by giv- ing recogriti, on to our aMees or their effos. We ceain,ly hope the Free Press c:nti,ues to give cover- a:ffe arm support to (Shone2 hig!h ath,leties:. Jim atch, fo,obal coach LIONS CLUB SENDS GREETINGS AND THANKS The Ch,eney iA, onls cl:ub weal- comes the opprt ,tm'ity to ex- press our thanks and appreci- ation for the fine publcity given us by The Gheney Free Press on the occasion of our presentation to he city of the E'a M. Moos baseba park. NOTIC Electricity in Cheney Will Be Shut Off Monday, Oct. 25, 9:30 a. m. to 10 a. m. Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2:30 p. m. to 3 p. m. Bonneville Power Administration will be placing some new equipment at the Four Lakes Substation. Roy S. Hansen, City Superintendent lion park has been one o our mlare mportant civic projects and that it will be a real asset to the community. he Cheney Free press has done an outsantdintg j,ob of making kn,own to the people the work we have doe on this and other Lions cbu,b projects. To the Free Press, a hearty vote of t.haaks from the Che- ney Lions club. Ed Doten, president CECIL DRYDEN SAYS LOCAL PAPER IS TIE THAT BINDS The we:ekiy press has played a significant role in the history of Am.eaiean ,newspapers. Even tod(ay, when metropolitan areas demand the wod-vdde coverage of the daises, the weekly newspaper is sil'l an J'ndispensalbe distrib.utor of lo- cal arid reglon:al news. It is the time that binSs the cmnmun- ity together -- the "to,wn crier" of coloni, al days. Readers ook to it  find rut what has been going o,n in ing. V/hat is new, they to krmav, in the sports, in business, and ciety. They scan the f, ound" and "wanted" whenever the reed If I happen to ose al of ,our Free Press, I soo$ that I have mise,d I that I consider important I Cecil Dryden : [CHENEY HOT LUNCH / Monday- Ptato eASt m(hodwer, balogrna w,ich, pea, nut cup, sweet Fveneh dressing, cru,neh. Tuesday -- carrot and celery strilas, wffn bread, Swedish Wednesday--Pizza, carrots, fruit Thursday -- green bean's, dinnem ap9l pe. Friday -- Piate's daY, lain Cook's choice. Cheek the want adva. each Tune to 1230 on Your Dial KSPO STATION At 1:30 P. M. Saturday Football Game Between League Leading EWSC vs. CWSC Sponsored by these progressive Cheney Merchants Smith Jewelers, Cheney Motors, Spike's cycle, Cheney Drug & Gibson's Thrift Store That's KSPO, Dial 1230, 1:30 Saturday "Inherit The Wind The Scopes Monkey Trial of the Twenties Presented by CHENEY HIGH SCHOOL THESPIANS HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Sat., Oct. 23, 8:15 p. 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