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THE CHENEY FREE PRESS Friday, October 22, 1965 Board Sees Need for I Moneys It appears that some addS- funds may be needed plann*ed projects in, the school and site develop- fields. Tlis came out at Oct. 6th meeting of the svhool board, Supt. Riggs discussed the and presented some from Which the could choose. He said amount of additional furds is appvoxi&apos;mately the i of additional fill at the J school site. No aeCioa was ,a,t ts meeting. A report of enrollment in district as of Oct. 1 .a total .of 2,334 pupils, .a few short of the figure in ptanning the current Other Problems Aired BOard members discussed of light pu,pil at Pour Lakes arid GOt. Springs schools and how ove rteads at Windsor Sunset might be relieved. A s0hed',tde of meetiag dtes phces was a.ppaoved followed the pattern of past of meeting on the ,and third Wednesday of month with one meeting to be rotated among the schools. Riggs reported that Jack is working with com- (ff teachers on a dis- math program study. some materials makeup of comnit- ,ad same of the plns for Study at they are develop- Boy Attends Training Center I)ave R. O'Neil, 16, of 126 8th Street, Cheney, is of 1000 young ment be- 16:and 21 years of age are enrolled i the larks Corps Center at Pleasan- CMAf. news release fvam the said that the vocation - program enp,h`asiz- needs of eorrsrnen, pro- them with the maxi- opportunity or individ- work experience in a real-, in order to enlle to become gdnfugy em- in an oc:upation for they h`ave received t,hov- trainirg. RESIDENT eLUDED IN .... FIRE PREVENTION--In recognition of "National Fire Pre- vention Week,'" Ray Steiner, Assistant Fire Chief, of the Cheney Volunteer Fire Department, displayed the new Cheney Fire truck at the local schools. He talked to several groups of chil- dren. During his talk Mr. Steiner explained and demonstrated various items of fire fighting equipment. He emphasized the I responsibility of children in fire prevention. Fire Prevention I Week was observed throughout the nation during the week I of Oct. 3 to Oct. 9. Shown standing beside the new Cheney fire truck are Mr. Steiner, Assistant Fire Chief, and the morning kindergarten class at the Betz Elementary school. "Gleanings by Gall" FlOcks of geese and ducks flyLng overhead tel9 us that the lmntirg season is on its way. The brightly feathered birds will have to develop a wanness, for men are hurried- 15  checking anqd rechecking i their gns for the season a,h 'end. After org months of training and waiting, hunting dogs ,are begirming to sense ttmt the hunting seas)n is ia the air. The avid hunter talks of nothin else, and many mesa will ave,1 lorg distances to e,nj,oy the fine hunting in our beautifu state of Washinktoa . Mr. Robert Turk of St. Paul. Minn. has done just that. He is the san-indaw of Mrs. Will- iam M ohs of Gheney. He and same of his friend, s from Seat- tie and Spokane were house- guests of Mrs. Mohs hst week- end. Wbat was their main ac- tivity for the weeeknd weit, hu'ning ... pe,riod! ;I'hey were ll off to a runn/mg start last Saturday at noon to see w'h) could bag the first bird. FRIENDSHIP RENEWED Dr. M. H. Gesink who is a pathotgist from Denver, Clo. was an vermght guest of Dr. a,nd Mrs. James Jhnsn. Dur- ing Dr. Gesink's stay in Wash- ington State he was consult- ing at Wahin.gton State Uni- ham DreSsier, mother of "Mrs. Plucker, ar her daughter, Mantra, will stop in Spokane about the 27h of November as they rehxrn to their home in Seattle ,after a trip to Europe. SPOKANE LUNCHEON Drivin,g to Spokane last Morrda was Mrs. William Mobs, Mrs. Nolan Brow, and Mrs. I)arroll Jevhe. They at- tended a bri, dge 1;h,neheon which ws held at the h'ome of Mrs. E. A. Christensen of that] city. MARCIA L E'ON RATH, I ROBERT WESLEY SPENCER I ARE MARRIED On Saturday, Oct. 9, Miss Marcia Lee Crorath, daugh- ter ,of Mr. ,and Mrs. Ray A. Cvonrath ,of Spokane, was mar. j red to Robert WesMy Spen- cer. The ceremony was held in the North, wood Presbyleriaa ChurCh in Spokane. Dr. David W. Yeawoh officiated ,at the crmol%,y. The brMesmads were Mi Yuette well and Miss Vir- gini,a Buel. &me Bains was the maid (ff horror. The atean were dressed in pnk brocade gwrs which were styled with a,n A-line. Elboa lnt*h pink satin ,gloves accented the gowns. Each carried a bouquet DING WOMEN versity with the veterinary IM I Imtho<)gists eon,cernin diseas- ._ o area young I es in animals s re, ted to ,a ,have been sleeted to their counterpaa'ks in hm- ,atu'ded in he 1966 edi,ti J arts He is an assNtard peofes- 'Ou%anding Young Wom-Ior'of gattmlogy at the Univer- t America". A oner res- ] sity of Colord Medical of the Medi'ea)l ke- I Schooy, aal, d a praicing path- aey area, Mrs. Gary (Luel- [ ologist at lhe National JewiSh aley) Vatrghn of Wen,t- ) Hospital at I)en.vor, Colo. l n are ltde by the[ tie Nal Air Base which is of advisory edit. Mrs.  I'ated in Atrgi, Japan. aon B. Jolmson is honor- charming. Vaugbn is pra boat o her outmandin to musical cir- s. T ,add further to ,her ae- Mrs. Vughn r0v Mnister of Music in First Chuleh of She is the @auffh- Mrs. Rth Dudy f W'aih and the late R. ho or many years near Medical Lake. I0SPAL PATIENTS Bert Con,rath is recup- at St. Luke's hospdtal major ,surgery Mort- patients admitted this week are: al Ray Ballin-: NEW HOME PURCHASED As recently armouneed by C;larerme I. Paukson, Mr. Wil- li`am Plucker of SeatIe was ap- pointed manager of the taul- sen Realty which orns the August Pauln Buildirg, The Pau.lse Medical Dental Build- ing and the State Theater Building. Mr. and Mrs. Pluck- er and their two year old d a;u,htev, Leslie, reuraaed to Chene this last weekend to buy ,a ,hu,se iaa Spokaae. They will be moving into their new home which is looated in the M;aaaito Country C2u,b Estate district on the socond of No- vember ,as 1Kv. Plucker will as- sume his daties on Nov. 8. Their address in Spokane will be 6211 S. 1Vhrtin. Mrs. Gra- of pink roses mixed with hite ste,pan<t/s. he bride ware an elegant length gown of vhite brocade. An Bu,sou veil which covered her aoe c)mlletefl her costume. The u'shers were A Hall, loge.r Hilt(m, ad Jo,lm Spen cer. John Spene, ho  the br0her of the ga'oom, served as his brother's best moll. The soft colors of pink and white were carried out in e rlmah deorations wth the use of pink ff}a@iolua and hite hrysahemms. A xeeption was ,hid in the Cdti hall of the 'Presbyterian huTh following the wedding. Mrs. W'rllm orms, the tkrnev Mariyn Spencer, sewed pun(rh, and Mrs. Bac, nes officiated a the coffee urn. Mrs. JOh Paul- son, and Mrs. Vern Braadwel ct he four layered pink and County ASC ,Committee Urges Good Vote Turnout WEATHER Max Min Pre. Oct. 14 .............. 63 37 .01 Oct. 15 .............. 54 24 .00 Oct. 16 .............. 50 3'4 ,00 Oct. 17 .............. 55 38 .00 Oct. 18 .............. 56 40 .03 Oct. 19 .............. 57 38 .00 OCt. 20 .............. 63 36 .00 Last Tribute Paid Mrs. Chas. Prentice In Clarkston Oct. 14 By Wanda Stengle rs. Charles (Maude Ellen) Prentice, 1343 MCarroll St., Clarkston, Wash., passed away OCt. 12 at Tri-State Memorial hosI)ita'l in Ciarkston. She had suffered from sev- eral illnesses aad en*te.red the lospitN londay, Oct. 11. She had resided at arton Rest Ihven since July and had been hospitalized for lngthy per- iods previously. She nd her husband mvved to ChrkvCam in 1955, following retha'ement from farming a,t Worley, Idaho, where the had farmed siace 1925 and earlier at Deer Park and Sprague. Married in 1912 They were married May 15, 1912 ,at Spokane. She was born ,Mareh 27, 1894, near Wall l Wal'la. She bel.ogl to Ho Family athol, ic church ,at Clarkston. Survivors include her hus- bound at the family home, three sans, Berrmrd, Carkston; Mayn!aa'd, Moses Lake; and I,eolaa,rd Prentice, Cheaaey; two dauffhters, Mrs. Fred Bengs- ton, Post Fa'Is, and Mrs. Leo Wi.belm, Cl,arkston; tha'ee sis- ters, Mrs. ZoIma Jones, Carks- ton; Mrs. Edna Fa, ust, Edmon- ten, Alberta, and M. Lird Abeman of Tyler; on brothe, John Ham, also of Tyler; 10 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Rosary on Oct. 13 R)sary was recited Oct. 13 at 7 p. m. at Merchant chapel, Clarkston. Funera'l Mass ,as ,held :at 10 a. m. Ocet. 14 at the Holy Family C'holfc charc,h, with ,the Rev. Fr. Abert Aus- ten officiatirg. Burial was at the Vinela, nd cemetery. Besides her ,son and sister and brothers of the vicinity, she leaves marry nieces and nephews at cou.sns. Those attending her servic- es fvem Tyler were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ableman, Avley Ableman arid Mr. and Mrs. John ttam, Sue and Kay. ka,ne. The guests included the wedding .pry and members of the family who were ,here to attend the ",edding. Mr. and Ma. Wesley Spener, pro'eats of the groom, are forme Ohe- neff residellts. They were huse guests of the John Pauls, s were Mr. and 'Mrs. Wiilia,m Jorms (M, arfiyn Spencer) and their tw children. John S was also a guest. John  a feslnan at the University of Washington this year and is a pledge of the Dt Upsilon fraternity house on tat campus. HOME IS A WONDERFUL PLACE Recenty returned from her trip throrgh the Nortahvet ws Mrs. Bdwin Dummeier man her traveling companion, w:ite weddirg cake. The couple wl he residinlMm. Am:ah_ Wells  Green. in Spokane where Mrs. Sgen-lTheir trip was delightful, but eer is a legal secretaaT.. Mr. [hoe is always the nicest Mrs. Spencer will be commuting,,i to JDum, meier gays. Their trip Gheney in order to finish his [ through Oalifornia inchaded schong at llaevn, t stqs ill MeMo Park in the San Fneisco area and visits with old friends. Among flaesc as Mrs. C. W. Maconbu wose hushand taught mathematis at EWSC over 50 years ,ago. After a wndevful trip which began in Oanada arid onded in Calif- ornia, irs. Green left for a Part of *he wed<lrg celebra- tion was the rehearsal dinaer which was given Friday eve- nfing by Mr. and Mrs. J(rhn Poe,Non and lr. and Mrs. Gor- don Budke. The dirmer party was held at he Budke home in Spo- Slates of nominees for mem- !bership on ASC commumty committees now are being es- tablished. The presert ASC committee is makirg a special effort to encourage he great- est possible participation of eligible voters in the election. Any loM resident who is et,igble to take part ha an AS- CS farm program may voe and may hold .office as a com- mitteeman regardless of aace, cooa', creed, or national off- gin. Nominations Open Wilfiam M. A,derso, chair- man, Spokane County Agricul- turd Sta.bilization and Cn- servation committee, mid to- da,y that faa'mers who are eligible to vote i,n the commR- tee elections ,als have the ,right to nominate as candi- dates fcr c,mmiRee membe- :ship any farmer wo is eligi- ble and wi.llmg to serve. Such petitions, each one nominating one farmer and signed by six ,or move eligible voters, may be fried at the cou,nty office ny time before Oct. 26. Ilgble voters may sign as many petitions as they wish. "We want the best men available to serve on our ASC committees," Chairman Anderson declared, "be- cause the committee system is the back-bone of term programs -- those dealing with conservation of soil and water, as well as the price support activities for various commodities." ere in Spokane County, Mr. Anderson points out, approx- imately 2500 farm operators and owners took part lst year in one or more programs ad- ministered by the ASC (kn- mittee. hese include lice Support loans, Agricultural Conservation, Soil Bank. Orop- hnd Cnversion, Wheat `and Feed Grain programs. "So you caa see timt ASC committeemen in Spokane cotmcy are in effect board members of a big business," the elairman cortinued. "Ths points up the u'rgeney in get- ting out the greatest poitfle cross-section of farme in ;0mmunity elections." FIRST FALL MEETING lrs. Ray Krebsbach was hostess to the first fall meet- ing of one of the duplicate bridge groups in town. Twelve guests were prert. They en- joyed a dellicious ltm and a'n ,afternoon of interestg bidge hand. GIRL SCOUT TROOP THANKS CHENEY CITY The Free Press, Cheney, Waon Dea,r Sirs: I would like to take .this op- portunity to t2mnk the City of Cheney  the tlRy i they slmw our Girl Scout troop ,on our ay to the Round- up at Favragu. We spent one nigkt at the recreation room in the city hall and appced. ate it very nmch. gh R(mmSup is two nmnfhs ,gone, we ,havex't fov- gotCe the ,hetp of your city nmnager in malting our ta stmh a memowahle experieaee. Sincerely, Barbie , Scribe Oadetto Troop No. 99 Nyssa, Ore. DR. RALPH CONNOR i TO ATTEND SESSION 13. Ratph G. Comma', Uhe- ney, is one .of the five man te advisory oormnittee on loh(xlfsm which will hOkl its first meeting .next Tuesday mrnirg in Olympia. trip brough the Orient and Mrs. Dummeier met her sis- ter, Miss Franc Ma, son, who had flown dwn to Cai i to join her. Mss Mason and IMPs. I)ummeir eRjoyed a lei- surely :and beautiful dxive back to Cheney.