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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, Noveraber 5, 1965 lT"h ,,, CIIENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Pmtered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Issued every .NATIONAL EDITORIAL Class Matter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. 1 J A@COTi'I'N r ear L Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 pe y - "- - w_,l==.e:ull:,m=avl=:m All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER By Anna Phillips EoJst C%eney grange meets this Friday evening. Over weekend guests of Mr. end Mrs. eorge Seroup was a daughter and h, usba,rd, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Haron of the Snake River. Mrs. Hetty L. Ev- ansan af Pasco accompanied them. She is a sister-in4aw of Mrs. Strou:p. IVI. ud Mrs. Ar- chie Cordey of Spokane were Su:nday visitors. 10 Years Ago in a contest at the Edgett Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish at- Brothers s:tare. About 250 pew- tended the soil conservation November, 1955 arts entered the competition bnquet at Cheney city hall When Sam Webb ,retired spo;,Iso,red by the Hotpoint hst Saturday evening.. Sunday Monday as agent for Auto In- company, evening Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lab- terurban and Greyhound lines, Sgt. Albert Kariya, Cheney ish, Jimmie and Jevmi:fer were he quit a job he had held for ROTC officer, was winner o guests of Frank Ludwig end 31 years. "But it doesn't seem the Jaycees' snow derby con- Mrs. Celia Kelly where the, such a 1,org time," he said. "I ire,st. His guess on the first eeebrated Joe LahiSh's birth-! inch of snovfall was 2:03 p. day. can remember Chene,y a lot m. Nov. 2. The first inch was Mr. and Mrs. Duane Har- further hack tlan that, for I came here in the early eght- measured at 2:09 that day. rington and famfly returned to ies." Final phns far Gheneys NeWsmen Air Force Base 'after N.ineteen propective young new elementary scheol were several days visit with his par- journalists were shown, the dispMyed at the Clh!amber of ents Mr. and rs. Vern Har- fuSanenats of publishing a Commerce meeting Thursday rington. week,iy newspaper Wednes- evcni'n,g at Jiramie's Care. Nov. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phil- day morning where they toured 24 has been set as the date to lips ami John spenrt Sundy The Free Press sop. Editor call far ,bids for he new build- evening with Mr. and Mrs. Guyel T. Frost explained the ins Which wil'l tave 12 class- Doug Kile and family at processes and equipmnet to rooms, multi-p,urtmse rom Tharntn. Dick Piersl of the fifth raders. with stage, kitchen, l;i,b,mry, of-:Spangle spent ]Jast Friday F. W. Heine,mann, a lcal rice space, 1,ocker rooen loci'l-night w'ith John Phillips. farmer, had a picture of his Ries and health unit. 'Mrs. L. J. Hosack and faro- wheat field published in The ily .of Tacoma and Mr. and Mrs. Keith May of Pullman U. S. News and World Re,art 20 Years Ago weekentd guests of Mr. mgazine' October 28 ssue. wero Mr. Heinemann didn't lvn,ow November, 1945 and Mrs. C. W. Brown. the picture bad heen taken Mare burden of the t,mffic unl he saw it on the back hazard problem on the cross- Mo died sudderty at herlome cover of the magazine, state ,highway through Cheney Monday afterroon. A former The buildi!rg erected in was thrown upon the city in member .of the college faculty, 1907 as a station f(>r the Spo- a fetter from a hi, gh state pa- she suered a fatal stroke karm Blectric Railway is to be trol ,officer, read at Tuesday while on the porch (f her converd intx) a rest home. evening's council meeting, hovne. The building on Second and The officer said the patrol will Mrs. Lee Moore entertained CoRege streets had been used do t le best it can but with at tree tables of dessert bridge for many y0ars as the Cheney only seven p.aolmen on duty Thu,s 'dy afterrtoor in ironer Lamtry. The owners leased in Spokane county it will be ,of Mrs. Jennie French of To- it this week to Mr. and Mr, s. impossiDle to deta any men coma. Prizes went to Mrs. A. J. W. Ohureitwell for the nuts- to Vhis point at this time. Il. Jo ,hnson and Mrs. Frenh. in'g lmme. Owters are Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Arnaud o l!)as Mrs. E. W. Ruden. Cheney received word MSt M. and lWrs. J. W. Cossal- week that tmr son, Pfc. Ernest 25 Years Ago m,n eturned early this week V. Arnaud, lm had been 1b- from EuTeka, Calif., where erated from a J)paree pO_Son A recommemtation tha the they had spent several weeks camp at Fuok)ka on Sept. 13, ci'ty pu,rchase, at $4500, frem with their son-in, law and was getting along fine a Let- D. E. I,Jaston a 40 acre tract daughter, M. and Mrs. Rich-ternmn general lmslail in adjoining the present eenne- ard Rerffvo. San Farmisco and wtild be teat and to deveiop a pat of Mrs. John Mielke of SlYraOle hme soon. it at once Was made ,by the: won an automatic dishwashe Lawrence Leinweber, 18, cemmu, nity cemeteajr cormnt- of (kax died early Suad:ay tee to the city council Tues- morning two hpurs after su- day evening. [ yr':tee'or'" oo injuries in n aueanm- Gheney gave RooseveR a bite eoon three miles west margin of eight voles over of Gotax. Suffering posble Wendell Wilkie in t2m gener- sk'ul fracture and body cuts al election Tuesday. Larglie re- ", B.'s ELECTRIC was his brother Eu, gene, 20. ceived nea,rly two-to-oe en, The men .are rephevs of Mrs. dorsemet over DiI for Soy- Electric Heat  Motors Bruce McIay of Lance . ernor. Water Pumps  Farms Dedication, i, of the new field Fred Wahl ,of Elleburg is Rt. No. 1 CH 2705 of the Cheney Air Service wfl in the Deaconess rhospital in Spokane, Wash. 99204 be made with the opening of i his;crLtiealrescueCrtditinnear Ceneyfllawingsaeur- the fi.d next Sund, ajr. Dr. J. day P. Ca ldw :a'd Fancis Lee from a bad wlek by W- .,re inviting the pub,lie to visit la'.rd Bernard, lark Smith and the field, two state patrolmen. City Dry Cleaners A special city electon held Ma's. Ole Ayisorth clebrat- Tuesday voted 34 to 1 r ex- e,d her 90th birthday ,last week. CLEANING PRESSING ctusion from the city "lkrnits of Clheey high shool BIck- ALTERATIONS the large area of waeant land .haks 1ost a footlal ame to LAUNDRY SERVICE southeast ef the railroad Central Vally Friday by a 322 FIRST 235-4732 rits f way. soare of 21 to 0. Miss Pmbe Mol of Se- _._______ attte arrived Saturday to 35 Years Ago spertd a few weeks with 'her ELECTRIC SERVICE parent, Mr. and Mrs. Wiiam Th'ee men from this distaict AT ITS BEST Mohs. She brought a niece, were elected to office Tuesday. Judy Turk, with her. Hry Ituse ,ad Chlie Peter- Phone 2354410 Funeral services were held son were chen sSate repre- EDGETT BROS. at the Con,regatk cureh seXatives ,and Sa, m Wetbb was here ,at 4 p. m. Wednesday for elected county cmmissionev. Mrs. 1aa'y Elizabeth Hartsuck, A ,deer was seem by Chet wife ,of Glenn E. I-Iaruck, (e Wednesday morning two miles from Cheney on t'he Spangle road. heney's puMie observance o Armistice day will include an nddvess by Alan G. Paine ;o Spokane. Pive charter members af PEO, Lou,ise Ra,tcliffe, Vine Mhrd, Floy Guertin, Inez Palfe and C]ava .Rlfe, were bowered at a luncheon Wed- nesday. Two boys were badly beaten slmrtty after midnight Thurs- clay Men a gang attempted to ignite the Normal scbool bon- fire. The Sutton howl men swung usty clb atd more than one aaeker was temtro- racy krroeked out. A],bert Owe's Bdgian hors- Savings Grow Fast, Too thee' wereportlandgrandstockChampiOnSshow, at With 4% Interest... Here! The years fly by... from kittens to kites to college. Only brief todays to save for tomorrow. But sav- ings grow fast here with d/% interest, compounded quarterly. Save now for all your tomorrows! SAVINGS DEPOSITED BY NOVEMBER I0, EARN FROM NOVEMBER l. WASHINGTON MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK q'ht orust's Oldest and Largest avirs Iffluffll 0ga1 Om..-W, 509 Sln'ague Avenue Conservation News Iyler News fruit salad, corn bread arid butter, cookie,s and milk. gt. By Wanda Stengle Wedlmsday -- Meat ba'lJs, , baked potatoes, pes, lot rolls " Hr. and Mrs. Robert Shea and butter, pears and milk. ]  and ehitda'en motored to Ken- qhursday -- School h'oliday - -, newick for a weekend trip to Friday -- Spaghetti with visit her laarents, Mr. and Mrs. meat and toma'u) sauce, green E. F. Pace. Whil, e there Mrs. salad, bread and butter, ice Shea attended a WORD con- cream and milk. _   ference for teachers. Mr. and Mrs Joe Sche,ll and Amber PTO is s,p,onsorin,g Myrtle A. Ableman served re- the annual community potluck freshments at grange Tuesday dinner Friday, Nov. 19, at 6:30 night, p.m. Anyone irterested in the Booster night at the Tyler community or h,o wuld like \\; gm'nge wil'l be held Nov. 16 !tcome, is invited to attend. with potluck supper and pro- f dinner bridge and y CEtdY gra,m. The public is welcome, pin,och,le will be in play. A Mr. and ]V[rs. Gilbert Peter-lsmaR fee will be charged for . son attended tke Lincoln playing cards this year to help county Dlectric Cioop s anna,1 oefset t.e cost of the prizes. meeting l(ast Thursday. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Herald Reed Pe,terson came home the hap-returned last week rom ava- -,o-tk wtst Sl,.k. So;I. Co,,st,,,.at.,b, ;ti By Clarence A. Kelley SCS Tech,ician The Washin!gtn state semi- firml speech contest of soil and water conservation districts will be held in Cheney on Nov. 17. The announcement wzs ade during the armual meeting of the Spokane-L'a, coin area asso,ciaUo.n of con- servation districts held last week in Davenport. Hig ,h,ght of the meeting was the area speeoh contest. The goup of six contestants in- cluded Bill McMiilan, Cheney, ,'ho .h}ad previously elimin)ated Roy Woo, Airway Heiigthts', at a local runoff. M cMtln is a seniar at Cheney high sch0,s,1 and was representin,g the Southwest Spokane SWC,D in the area contest. Serving a,s officers of the association for the comin, year are Ral, ph Williams, Rear- dan, re-e:le,eted area director; Jevold Betz, Oheney, vice- ehai'rman, and George Car- stens, Reardan, secretary and treasurer. Parrttcipating in the annual nmeting were Jereid Betz Cheney; Art Italverson, Espa- nla; danes Painter, laza, and Clarence Kelley, Cheney. Now is the time to begin work o farm ponds. Sites shouM be located, aer sp- Ities checked and pl:ans made for construction or enlarge- merit. Most pored. M the co,nserva- it, on district ,are of a pit-type corstruction. That is, they are excavated bel, ow the present grmmd level a:rtd dams or em- bankmerts are nt generally needed. The pit-type pond may be dug by either bacltme, dvag- ne or dozer. Usually the amourt" of water determines the type of equipment to he used. If water is plen,tiful a dozer may be limited, wihere - as, a dragline m ight be most successtil. Check Before Digging With the pit-type pond the w.aeer Splly is usaafly an trMerground source. Re,are digging it is well to Check the depth a,rd probable supply of such waer. Sail augers avail- able to most Soil C:o'nservation Service technicians work ef- fe,ctivety in doing this job. The size of the lond to be tmilt is de, pendent upon the needs,, he pla, n,ned use, water su,ppl,y and to so,me extent the construction equipment. As motet ponds are dug ,on a yard- age basis it is easy to estimate the cost by arving at the cu- bi,c ya,rdage of earth to be i moved. To do this multiply! the average l:engh, by the av- erage width, by the delath and dvide by 27. In estimating the cost, past indicate that a figure ,of 35 cets per yard of earth moved is quite reliMe. Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS =UeTO EXCESS ACID QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST y Trial Offer Over five million padmges of the WILLARD TREATMENT have bnaold for relief of aymptoms of distr arag _trLam Stomach and Dulenal Ulcers dae to Ex- cess Aeld--peor DllpLlon, Soulror UpMt .Snmh, O,,n.,_He,rt.., mNp, uenmm, L., due to Excess Aena.  .t= *'Wlllard,. Message" which fully t=plaltm home treatment--4ree--et OWL PHARMACY py winner of a new col,fee percohtor. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris are the proud grandparents of a new grandson barn to Mr. nd Mrs. Dick Harris of EEens- burg, Friday, Oct. 29h. The have named him Kenneth Richard and he joins two sis- ters at their h, ome. Mrs. Ghdys BssJs is s,pending a few days visiting in Elrlensburg this week. The Johnny Hams ave pur- chased a place in Medical Lake and plan on moing s'on. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peter- son and Mrs. non Robinson cation trip to Albany, Ore., to vkit their ,slo.nin-aw and daughter, TSgt. and Mrs. Pete Detraint and four chil- d:ten. Sire JOhnson, father of Mrs. Reed, acco.mp,anied them as far as Potrtland wkere he visited his two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Burroughs and Mrs. Bertba Perry. Mrs. Vranc IIarder is very ill and is in room 571, Dea- coness hospitl. Mr. and Mrs. lonad McKin- ley .attended a going away par- ty for ,her brother, Wayne Pierce, Saturday evening at CORRECTION Chuck's Shell Service Ad. in the Oct. 29 Free Press should have said "Offer expires Nov. 1, 1965. and daughters Julie and Ruth :had lunch in Spok,ane in cele- b,ation of Carol Jean's birth- day. A Nrthdlay s.pper was rhed 'at Mrs. Peterson's in the evening a ls,o. lr..an,d Mrs. Hank Davis were Sunday evening eaers at the Dorald Davis heine. Mr. and Mrs. Arl,ey Able- man eal,led on the BE1 Kuhns of Espano,h Sunday. Last hnrsd,ay Mrs. Polly Ableman cated on Mrs. Lola Lamlvhier a the Ctmney nursing one and found her in good spirits a,rd feeling we,tl. Mrs. Imm- phi'er celebrated her birthday Nov. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stengle arid boys and Miss Kristy Smith of Cheney d.ove to Bay- view, Ida.he, Sunday for a late faitl peemc. The Indian sum- mer continues; you can ,hardly believe colder weather is on the way. Ty}ex neighbors were very ood to the trick or treaters ho roamed the neighborhood Sund, a,y evening. Amber News * Mrs. N. A. Cordill AMBER HOT LUNCH Monday Creamed pota- toes, weiners, oazTot sticks, bread and butter, apse crisp and milk. Tuesday -- Ohili beas with the I-hrry Pierce ltome John. Wayne left a two year army hitch. Mrs. Marion Bledsoe of kane was a weekerd her ,sister and family, lr., Mrs. Kent So,y, Carol Gary. Saturday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Sim o Spokane we and Mrs. Herald Reed, Johnson, Luther and Lola', ley and Joe and BeN2a hey. On Sunday the Reeds and Mr. do to Ione to visit the daughter, Mrs. Bd Gim family. They ade a Box Canyon dam whe Mr. and Mrs. N. A. were Sunday guests of Mrs. Clayt0,n Erickson family of Deer Park. Mrs. Kent Seey was a of her parents, Mr. Charles Sto lp, Thursdtay. M,r. and Mrs. Gary Spokane were weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Gilnare and De,nise. Mr. and Mrs. Jim atd sons entertained game Friday evenin,g doughnuts and cider and Mrs. JOhn H. HrriS, ny and Paul, Jill Dotal, and Mrs. Bill Goodw, anld Annie and Mr. ojd Henry Knight. /. we take care of the rest l[ur han.ds this win- IIW-n d.. b.urning III//sme heating 0h IIIll/I  tr0m Phillips 66. PHILHEAT , You'll Like Our Service New Instant Credit For holders of Charge Plates and all Nat'l Credit Cards Auto Mart, Inc. FORMERLY AL'S AUTO PARTS 617 W. 1st, Cheney !Cheney High School Friday, Nov. 12 7:30-11:30 p. m. H. S. Gym & Audit0ri Vaudeville Show Mi;n:h?o -Studen- Setz 7th & 8th Grade Crowning of King and Queen Evening PerformanCe For Parents and Othe# Prizes 1st - 21" Zenith Color TV. 2nd - Electric Tooth Brush 3rd - Clock Radio CONCESSIONS BOOTHS - - - CAKE SALE KIDDIES GAMES & BEANO 7:30-11:30 p. # In Gym Fun and Games For Gate Admission 25c (Not by King & Queen Tickets I Hi