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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Frtday, October 22, 1965 Social Security Hospital Benefits . Are Automatic lany sociN security beaefic- iavies have made urm trips to the local strict of. rice as a result of the recent amendments to the social se- curity hw. Intrd Empire residents entitled to scal securLty payrrmnts do not have to con- tact the local dJs'ict office to becmne eligible for the hos- pital benefits recently ahor- ized by Congress. Kenneth J. ng, district manager of the, local ofi!ce tates that current benefi, ciaries will au- matieally be entitled to these benefits without c,ompleing any type o appi:cativn )'m. Deming stated that before the end of the year, these cur- rent beneficiaries will receive by m:N1, a,n enrollmen card and in.formation e,oneerning the supplemental medical in- surance benefits which covers physckans fees and stone othe, r expenses n,ot covered by the basic h, ospital plan. They will pay $3.00 per month fr this coverage if they eho,ose to take it. That amount will be match- ed by the government. BOARD CANDIDATES MAKE STATEMENTS (Continued from page (me) ad a member of Citizems Ad- v, isory (3ommLttee. It is my lope to re,len the pele of this disct in a sound edu.eatonal poam at a cost W,eh the taxpay ca ford. Per it is my firffi be!ief tkat edu, ad tax- atim ms be giwn equal con- sideaon 12 monh.s of the year anal ot just at election time. By Roy Miller I am a school board candi- date from the director district in the city of Cheney. I was appointed to the school board in the early smme,r of 1964. Since I began serving on the sc, hol ba'd I have Iered a lt and have tried to make a worthwhile contribution. I believe that it is my job as a ba,d member to repre- se.t the people in Tno,vi, dng the best sclmol programs fr our chdve,n within the imi- ta.on, s f the furds available. I ,have kept in le cotac,t wih our district's lmdet, ex. pedJtres and p'ograms to inm'e flm, t they are adequate and  sou. I have paid partieur attention: to the buildin prop'am so stdent wi .'have a new sclmol tat can handle tuday's modern pogrmr a, nd so th, at t, axpaa-s will get ful value for their lar. I will appeil any id- eratton voters wilil give to al- lwing me to vormi on our school board in order to Con- fimue vcorkirg for our hl- d,re and the residents of lahe distich. ly Too late to Classify eHELP WANTEDFEMALE Experienced waitress, .wnng shtfts, two miscei- laneotts. Fireside Regtur.n, 809  St. o15 BOWLIN6 S C O R Koffee Kup KeBler Krazy Kates 16 8 4 Questions 14 10 Pill Rollers 13 U Pied Pipers ll B-Plus 1,1 t Cluster Busters V 19 ! 4 Questions 2128, 792; Ida McKinley: 528, 188. Bowleett Kelley's 16 8 Bill's Jills 15 9 Lil's Curls 14 10 Hlllcrest 13 11 M N M 12 12 Gibson' Thriftys 9 16 5 B's 9 15 Bargain Shop 8 16 Kelley's 2712, 936; Marcia Moss $12; Ida McKinley 201. Fireball Cheny Reserves 17 7 IOOF Lodge 14 10 Jonm Rmort 13 11 System Amusement 12/ 11%4 Lutheran Church 81 /5 g Ohen ey Implement 7 17 Lutheran Church 2924 1011 ; Ike L. better. Herry Mickelson 212; Ike Led- better 566. 5 o'lock Mixed 4 C's 14 10 Sandbaggers 13 11 Bell Ringers 1 11 Has Beans 11 IS Go Getters U 18 M & M 10 14 Sandbaggers 2315, 821 : Joe Spuler 554, 228: Hetty Hartford 50, 188. Chancy Bnsineesmen Fire Department 18 6 Edgett Brothers 16 8 Wilson Homes 15 9 Chey Motor 12 I Nabisco I 1 13 Wester Auto 9 15 Brow &Holter 8 1 ROTC 7 17 Fire Dept. 1061, 8008; H. Hartley 209 ; G. Fossum 548. Choney &utomoflve Chancy Department tSore 20 8 AI's Chevron Station 16 12 Brown & Holte 16 12 Higgins & Henderson 14 14 Cheney Auto Parts 18 14 Surmet View Ranch 12 15 Chancy Motors 12 16 Dependable Motor Freight 8 0 Chancy Moor 8030, 104 ; Frank Greene 619; Jack Bear 215. Visits to Farms Aid Young Judges harles Pacla,rd, agricul- ture, farm ,and strop instruc- tor at Gheney h,igh school, has turned out numerous 'ize- wiTming Hvesock judging teams. In te.eking fud'amental,s of t.e judg'mg Packard takes a new crop ,of students to visit dedry arms md cal-Lle rant,h- es to familJarize studenCs with the animals and ope'ati,on, s. visited o ar are the Tm LahiSh "Dairy Farm of the Year in Splane Oau'niy," Herman Wi, tlms hereford ranch and arry H,m.pto's Angus farm. A el,ass requirement was re- ,porting the Hampton farm field trip a,rd the FYee Press editorial sff was asked to select two .of he over 40 re- ports fr publication in a c.oming issue. You can find it in the classifieds. Services Held For Mrs. Knuth Funeral se,rvJees for Mrs. Bertha A. Kn'uth were held at 11 o'clock on Prid,ay mo,rning, Oct. 15, at the Smith Funeral Home in Splane. Rev. Nyer W. Urness of Our Savior's Lu- theva'n Church, Spokane, prea,oled the funeral ..rvice [ad bri!a] service whi,eh fel- l towed at the Spangle cemetery. IAmoag the ma,W friends and rehtives who attended the services were Non,a Hengen, w]o is cu.rren:l'y attending In- diana UnJversity, B'loning- ton, Ind., and Dr. and Mrs. Wtttian E. Knuth, alad son, ]Jc'hrard, o,f Sn Francisco, Calif. Mrs. Be.rtta Knth died e,aHy Tuesday mrnJng, Oct. I2, at the home of her daugh- ter and son-imhw, Mr. and Ms. Henry Hengen, Spangle, Wa!sthin,gton, with wkm she lived since the d.e,ath ef her hushan,d in 1943. She was born Jan. 15, 1881, in Ger- m.any, and immigrated to the United States with her pare,ns at the ,age of three years. She was married on the 6th of April, 190, to R. Knuth at Pargo, N. D. They lived for 10 years in Ulen, Minn., w'here their two children were born. They came to the State o,f W,ahngLn in, April o,f 1910 and lived four years at Pa- louse. On Sept. 25, 1914, they came to Spangle, where Mrs. Knuth resided until the time of her death. She is survived by William E. K.rmth, o cisco,, and a daughter Hen,en, Span,gle, one P,aul Huebner, of der, Minn., .six Do,nald Knuth, Coos tl,obert Knuth, Santa Calf., K,arlton tca'rme, Richard Francisco, Calif., gen, Moll;no, Ill., Hegen, i,and eight One Of These Girls Will Be Crowned Eastern Days Queen At 4 p. m. Monday Marilyn Adsley Betty Child Sandy Hildebrand Toni Hagen Pierce Hall Senior Hall Pierce Hall Monroe Hall Megan Magner Cecil' Dryden Hall Linda Mosman Linda Schrock  Cammy Sparksi, Carol West Carol Williams Epsilon Sigma Ceeil Dryden HI ' Louis e Andersen lt' Louise Anders Hall Louise Anderson Hall' "Eastern Days" IsAn Area-Wide Promot" The "Second Annual Eastern Days" celebration is being sponsored again this year by KEWC, the campus radio station, and the Cheney Chamber of Commerce. Begins Next Monday The week-long promotion begins Oct. 25 at 4 p. m. on Cheney's Main Street. The ceremony will feature a 2 to 3 minute speech by each of the 11 candidates on the sub- ject "The Importance of Cooperation Between Students and Businessmen." Chamber Group To Select Winner The queen will be selected by a committee of the Che- ney Chamber of Commerce, pre:ented by Mayor Nolan Brown, and crowned by last year's queen , Miss Linda Pat- erson. Mosman's Men's & Women's Clothing OK Rubber Welders Gale Bower Kelly's Tavern Dale md Marcella Mos Cheney Building Supplies Norm Hove Bob Wilson Homes F0 Better Living Cheney Bowl Dyck Bros. The Malt Shop The Fergusons Cheney Motor Co. Plymouth Sales Service Cheney Branch Bank Seattle First National Cheney Free Press Serving S. W. Spokane County Cheney Telephone Co. For Courteous Service Ed's Conoco Service Ed Bailie Maddux Cleaners-Tailo Mr. and Mrs. Reese Maddux Pete The Painter (Pete Heidecker) Boots' Insurance Agency 2354453 Victor Wilson Agency Inuraace--Real Estate A & W Drive-In Bonnie and Glover Black Chet's Flowers Greenhouse on the Highway Ed Doten Agency Real Este  Inmmmce Smith" Jewelers Jewelry, Watches & Repair Cheney Drug. lhcriptlon Specialists Hometown Hdwe. Norval Holmes Marshall Wells Store Edgett Bros. Cheney Dept. Store A Complete f2othlng Store Cheney Grain Growers Cheney Feed & Fuel Shell Oil Distributor Harry Bryceson Standard Oil Distributor AI Haskins Owl Pharmacy A Complete Drug Store ' >;, Get Acquainted Is Theme Eastern Days chairman John Reed said that in addition to providing area residents with a chance to shop for some fine values, the celebration will provide an opportunity for townspeople and area residents to get better acquaint- ed with students. First Held Last Year Last year the event was credited with bringing new busi- ness to Cheney merchants as well as promoting better re- lationships between students and businessmen. This year Cheney residents are asked to help make the celebration an even greater success by attending the cor- onation ceremonies, shopping with participating mer- chants, and supporting better student-townspeople rela- tions. Eddy's Shoe Shop Jack H. Crabb Ed Huber Central Life Inuram The Bargain Shop New and Used Items 235-4744 Pastime Tavern H. L. , Sp!ke's Cycle Sales 706 Pirst Street Fireside Restaurant 235-4492 Ratcliffe Company Ford Sales & Service Chen Auto Parts Thnraw Al's Auto Parts New and Used Parts Union Oil of California M. A. Malmoe Ben Franklin Store Complete Variety Store Continental Oil Dist. Ray Everson Gibson's Thrift Store John Gibson Wallace Grain Saver Reel E. W. Geschke Bairs IGA Store Groceries at Low Cost Cheney City Light Dept. Live Better Electrically Weigel's Bakery AND COFFEE 8HOP Cheney Implement Ted McMiilan Brown & Holter Motors Chevrolet--Oldsmobile Grange Supply Co. Farmers' Headquarters Bill's Tavern FRANCIS LEE Al's Chevron Station 1st & D Streets Floyd's Texaco Service Floyd Fink Mirror Barber & Beauty Shop.- 120 College Ave. The Beehive Chris and Art Model Barber & Beauty Shop -- 112 College Ave. The College Inn Fay & Harvey Ashburn M-N-M Drive-In Jim Wills ,i I ' ! 5 s ,