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Page 8  ..u... ay, October 30, 1953 Cheney Free Press  It tk mm,,W  |'l ....... MEDICAL CARE IN KOREA / by Science Features p Medical care afforded wounded Forty Years Ao Cards have been received an- nouncing the marriage of Miss Alexandra Mead to Harvey Nell 6tronach at Greeley, Colo., on Oc- tober 19, 1913. ]Miss Merle Garberg won first rize for the best sofa pillow on ibit at the boys' and girls' in- dustrial contest. The prize con- listed of a Singer sewing machine donated by the Singer company. The interior of the postoffice Imilding is being remodeled, pap- ered and painted. Postmaster Span- Ten Years Ago William Lloyd Rowles has been chosen to head the local Kiwanis club for the coming year. H. E. Holmquist is the present head of :he service club. Sam Webb and a crew of men re hard at work this week get- :ing the building next to the Che- Hey Dairy products company ready "or occupancy by the Cheney Trans- fer company and as a bus depot. Cheney high school triumphed over Deer Park, 25 to 12, Friday fternoon in a game in which the Blackhawks proved themselves real soldiers in the Korean War .was the best in history. Fatalities to- talled only 2.3 per cent of all wounded, compared with 4.5 per cent in World War II and 8.1 per cent in World War I. According to the Army Medical Service, which compiled these sta- tistics, several recent ad- vances in med- ical science contributed heavily to the lowered mor- tality rate. One was the gle informs us that new fixtures availability of will be installed, making the Che- "mudders," this being their second antibiotics like lney office" modern and up-to-date. ]win on a muddy field• . i penicillin ...... maet zss ra Davis who is teachin t R E Nicholson Union Pacific M" Ve ' ' " g " " " " - ne terramycin to at Ritzille, , s'pent the weekend at I agenti and telegrapHer, at t:ne Y t ,,,,bat infec- the home of her parents, Mr. and since 1938 has retired as of Oc- . .......... tab r 31 ' tion. PeniciLlin was no avallaole In Mrs. H. I. Dav's. c . , .  kaneiWorld War II until late in the __ J.S. Caddy, iormeriy ot po ........ _ r ..... A---- I but a resident of Oheney since last ] n°: r important factor in sav- uwenr , ears go Ma- intends to establish a plumb- , .......  ...i^ i -, . •  • I ing lives was ne ue ux w.v, Che e"mgnand heating repair snap m blood for transfusions even in for- The Continental Oil. company has purchased the former I)ay and '" s. _ .... [.'al"d fighting, areas, lfobhird;vS Night service station and is re- ,---i--------  ]the lntro¢mction o[ u y aintin and equipping the place I O   l l= l / Surgical Hospitals, which made it g hangle the Continental line ex-, I-Lvn l.p lnm I'Nh,, i possibl:tb:mogtlPtflionh: surgical elusively. • Dannelson" [ care In • . ..... at th_! Mrs. H. The use of helicopter "flying 'uneral services were nero e ambulances" to bring seriously Serue chapel Monday afternoon for Mrs. L. C. Cordill of Cheney was wounded men to rear-area hospitals }tenry Haft. 73, who died suddenly!guest of honor at a birthday din- where they could be given cam- from a heart attack in his car Fri- Her Sunday at the home of her day. Albert Owes was appointed l[onday by Governor Martin to $erve on the Washington Agricul- 4Daral advisory council by which this /tate will cooperate with President ]Roosevelt's plan to relieve dis- tressed agriculture. son, Mr• and Mrs. N. A. Cordill and children of Amber. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Clark Car- dill and Colleen and Leonard of Colbert. Pinochle will be played at the next regular grange meeting. Carl Hair, who is attending WSC, Mr. and iV[rs. Cliff Wylie were nt the weekend with his parents• 1 Thursday afternoon guests of Mr. C'heney high school stock judging and Mrs. G• A. Rietz. A Friday team won first in sheep judging at overnight guest was Mrs. L. W. the Pacific Internation livestockl Rietz of Cheney. show at Portland last weekend and also stood second among the 28 Washington teams in other phases of judging. Members of the team were Dick Ball, Wayne Rueppel and Homer Hale. Cheney Free Press CHENEY, WASHINGTON Established 1896 Issued Every Friday Morning G. T. Frost .............. Editor-Publisher H. E. Holmquist ............. Asst. Editor lgntered at Postofflce at Cheney. Washing- tad, as second class rr, atter under Act of March b, 1897. County Subscriptions $3.00 Year Outside Subscriptions $3.50 Year Nnber NationM Editorial Assn. ; Wash- NtaValr Publlsh.rs An. plete medical care with a minimum of delay also helped cut the fatality rate, the Army reported. Wounded were often transported by air to base hospitals in Japan for fresher treatment. In addition to saving lives, these and other scientific advances made it possible for 88 out of every 100 cascalties in Korea to return to dut'/. In World War lI the figure wa:; only 77 out of every 100. The Spokane Home Economics club held its craft day at Oppor- Melvin Marsh of Amber. Prizes tunity township hall last week with  were won by Mrs. Reed, Mrs. W. 225 persons present. Twenty clubs IT. Sooy Mrs. Charley Miller and demonstrated crafts. Mrs. Howard iMrs. E. :A. Melville. Buob demonstrated rug-making. I Kenova Grange of Pine City Those in attendance from this area i I Wednesday elected the follow n. i included Mrs L C Cordill- Mrs. ^,,: ..... o* , n 'uo--. i Luke Best. Mrs. Elmer Tiedt, Mrs. }overseer Le'onard Crutcher; secre" Rodgers, V[rs. Aldrich, Mrs• J. H.[tary Mrs Kate Addington; lectur- Spuler and Mrs• Buob. ' ' " Joe Spuler and Danny Corcoran er Florence Crabb; home ec chair- man Blanche Kyle; treasurer Al- bert" Kjack; chaplain, Mrs. James Ashley; ex-committeeman, Hugh ] Siegel; steward, Elmer Squires; t gate keeper, Reginald Edwards. Many farmers are hunters and they enjoy nothing better than talking shop with other hunters. If the visiting sportsman will take time to visit with the man re- sponsible for his recreation, he may be well rewarded• have returned home from their fishing trip to Shuswap lake in Canada. Last Wednesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. James Ashley were guests of lV[r. and Mrs. Howard West of Sunset. Mrs. C. B. Fish visited her niece, Mrs. Orpha Stone, of Spokane, Monday. Mrs. Clarence Miller entertained her bridge club Thursday. Guests were Edna Reed of St. John, :Mrs. D. Corcoran of Spokane and Mrs. AS a buyer, you may wish to pay up your contract before full pay- ment is due. Provision for this usually can be made before signing the contract, but if it is not, you may have to pay interest for the full period. If you can afford to pay half down, maybe even a little less, you robably can get a deed and give a note and mortgage for the bal- ance. This is a better method of financing your home because it offers the legal right to redeem if you miss payments. GET WRITTEN CONTRACT Besides examining the founda- tion, roof and other essentials, re- quire a title insurance policy or up to date abstract which your lawyer should inspect, showing the prop- erty free of mortgages, judgments, taxes, easements (rights of others to travel, lay pipes or string wires through the place) and other en- cumbrances you do not wish. Pay money only on a written agree- ment for the money's return if title is unsatisfactory. Any agree- ment, preliminary or otherwise, lso should state all the terms of sale. If a well, heating system or other appliance is guaranteed ade- quate, this should be in writing. The legal description of the land should be compared with a prop- erty map and with the land itself in relation to adjoining properties and roads. (This column is written to in- form, not to advise. Facts may change the application of the law.) • Tyler News Mrs. Carl Johnson AttentMn Farmers P S L R ASH ICES ED Girls' RST PR ZE ON ALL N SE T OU O STEEL BUILDINGS LIMITED TIME ONLY To reduce our inventory to normal winter supply, we are offering you this opportunity to get that needed farm building at exciting savings. These steel buildings are ideal for many firm uses. LOOK AT THESE SAVINGS! Example: 40 ft. x 100 ft. Building With big 18 ft. wide by 13 ft. 6 inches high door. ormery so,d for .................. $6,300.00 32 x 60 ft. Building With 18 ft. wide by 12 ft. high door Formerly sold for ..................... $3,000.00 Now Only ..... $5,000.00 Now Only ..... $2,500.00 F.O.B. Spokane F.O.B. Spokane Most quonset can be easily converted to grain storage buildings. NOTE: Prices do not include foundation and erection. ACT NOW: These prices offered for a limited time only. Some savin9s even greater than indicated here. All other larger or smaller sizes at same great reductions. Take this opportunity to own an all steel quonset structure that will be a strong, durable, rot proof, fire resistant, economical farm building. See or phone. DIX STEEL BUILDING Broadway at Fiske COMPANY Spokane Telephone LAkeview 2633 To the Editor Cheney, Wash. Oct. 26, 1953 To the Citizens of Cheney: The United Crusade is of vital importance to Cheney. Twenty- four charities, most of which we all contribute to regularly are par- ticipating in the Crusade, which covers all of Spokane county. i Many of these have conducted reg- ular annual campaigns for funds. Among them for example are, Heart, Cancer, led Cross, Salva- tion Army, Boy Scouts, and Camp Fire Girls. There are many others. This year these charities are not going to conduct their regular sep- arate campaigns for funds• They are depehding upon the funds from the United Crusade to meet their annual budget requirements. If the crusade falls short of its goal, each of the participating charities will receive a proportionate cut in its funds. This would mean a cut in services, and even more important than that, a possible loss. of trained staff members, who could not be replaced easily another year. In considering my donation to the United Crusade, I asked my- self, "What is a reasonable dona- tion for me?" A little thought pro- duced an estimated amount which I thought quite generous. Just as a check I wrote down the list of char- ities participating in the Crusade and noted the amount paid to each last year. The total was quite a bit larger than the first estimate. A check against last year's income tax exemptions claimed showed the original estimate to be too low also. The questions involved for me are: How much do the charitable organizations need? How much do I normally give? How can I afford this donation? I remembered that it is possible to pledge part of the donation to be paid later. It is also possible to pledge the donation for a par- ticular charity rather than for the[ The only benefit the farmer whole group• I out of opening up his lands I would like to urge the people hunting is the satisfaction of of Cheney to think carefully in de- ing out. Show him a little con ciding upon an amount to pledgel ation by taking an interest in in support of the United Crusade, he is doing. You'll be sur Francis J. Schadegg "!the results• Suppose Your Town Didn't Ha,00e a Newspaper! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .... .:::.: ::.::!::: !::::: ...... •  =============================== ===================== .: ::4::::::@.>' ! i:i:::: .... : ..... ,:.:.!  i ....... suppose you had ..... % to depend on smoke s,gnals.... ........ or word of mouth "'= It's the newspaper that makes the town. It's news that makes a news- paper! The more news,., the better. ,. - FOR LOCAL NEWS... READ YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPER White Plastic Case TABLE MODEL Good-looklng; mellow tone! 4 tubes including rectifier. • Automatic volume control. Beautifully Dressed! SAUCY WALKER PLASTIC DOLL She walks, flirts! 16" talll Hair can be combed, sham- pooed] She sleeps, too] so.w,.. BICYCLE Speedy 26-1nch Hornet Bike has stream" lined tank with built-ln horn, powerful Rocket-Ray headlight, special kickstand luggage carrier, bright trim. GASOLINE- POWERED PLANE Thimble Drome 17" Model with plastic fuselage, 24" metal wings. Flies 50 miles per houri Complete with y kit. Electric FREIGHT TRAIN Complete train -- engine, tender, flat car, caboose! Plus uncoupler, lock terminal, ,. r"l tracks, 45-watt transformer.A Crusade Has Gasoline Motor! RACE CAR & ACCESSORIES Real motor makes it go fast] Controlled by cord. Comes with fuel & connector wire. BENEFIT DANCE NOV. 28 November 28 is the date. Tyler Grange is sponsoring a benefit dance for the local fire department. Oil is needed to keep the truck from freezing this winter. Advance tickets will be on sale after No- vember 3. t M:r. and Mrs. Johnny Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Franseen and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Petersen are in charge of a pinochle party to be held November 14, at Tyler Grange. Prizes will be awarded and re- freshments served• Carl Sprague and Bob Johnson were taken to Windsor Wednes- day evening to take the third and fourth degrees• They were accom- panied by Carl Johnson. There were 31 candidates• Mrs. James Davis of Fairchild airbase spent the weekend as a guest of Margit Johnson• Mr. and ]V[rs• Carl Johnson at- tended the smorgasbord at the Federated church Friday evening. Bill Rosenau is chairman of the United Crusade in Tyler this year• Let's all cooperate to help this worthy cause• Visitors at the Johnny Browns Saturday evening were Mr. and J Mrs. Carl Johnson and Robert• Several students from Tyler took part in the football game and half- time ceremonies Friday evening, and enjoyed the dance after the game. Hells canyon part of the Snake river is 40 miles long. Huge, 21-1nch Petl PLUSH TOY  Big orange.and-black tiger with soft plush "fur" and f.rlendb/purr. Cute facel amous "Imperial" FI.a, CAM E RA AND KIT Camera, flash attachment, zipper gadget bag, bulbs, batteries, film, |nstructlonsl CONTEST STARTS SATURDAY,-IIOVEMBER 7 The Owl Pharmac00 Phone Main 111 Cheney, Wash. Electric SEWING MACHINE Easy-sewing Betsy Ross metal machine that's 8" x 6" x 9". Full-slze sew plate. Green simulated leather carrying case. Elegant 26-inch Hornet Bike with stream- lined chain-guard, built-in horn, Rocket-Ray headlight, sturdy luggage carrier, spark- ling trim! A beauty! GRANGES TO MEET ON NOVEMBER 6 Amber Grange met with a small attendance October 16. Next meet- ing, :November 6, will be visitation meeting with Aznber Grange as host and Tyler and Sunset visiting. Visiting Granges are requested to bring sandwiches and Amber Grange will bring jello and cookies. Election of officers will be No- =, CYCLE vember 20. Members are urged to  I attend both meetDags. SCHWlNN TYLER GRANGE GIVES PROGRAM Tyler Grange met October 20 with a small attendance• Plans were made for a card party No- vember 14 and a dance November 28 to benefit the local firemen. Fire Agent Frances Brown re- viewed the insurance pamphlet, ,--ogl t 1 the Crier. Arrangements were made to have a work day at the hall in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. ' Ira Shea and Mr. and I Mrs. Carl Johnson attended the fellowship meeting at East Cbeney, October 16. The program included a read- ing on Fire Prevention by Margit Johnson and "This Week and Any Week," on Fire prevention by Frances Brown. At the November 3 meeting mem- bers will practice the program S T A R T they are taking to Amber Novem- ber 6. They are to take sandwiches. T O D A Y ! All officers and members are urged to attend.