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00irwi Page 2 Cheney Free Press liday, November 12, 1965 qrhp CHENE FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Entered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Mater under the Act of March 5, ]897. Issued every NATIONAL EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington, I&apos;1   :'l J [ llj TIIL  Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year a l All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER 10 Years Ago Velnta Jennings, who has fa,ithful'ly reported the S,panWle news for many yeas, wrote her }a column this week. Mrs. Jack H,d will take on the task of going the co,m- munity news ,next week. Omer Pence was presented with a 30-year reogntion award as a Boy Scout leader, at the first annuM recognition dianer of the Inlad Empire council at the I)avenot ho- tel on Sunday. Pen,co also holds the Sil'ver Beaver 25- year award for distinguished eervice to boyhood. Enrollment at Eastern Washington College of Educa- tion iRcreased 25 per cen this fal ,over a yea a,go, Registrar Qucgley reported. Taking the largest single iacrease since the World War II veteran en- rolTnent, stude,n registration went from 997 to 1233. Mr. nd Mrs. Den Galey have as house guests this week t h,er son lo,bert and wife and three children of Kirk]nd. The Robert Gas recenfl test their eight m,oths old son David by drowning in Lake Washington. KEWC campus radio sta- tiO ended a 24 lrour mara- thon broadcast for the Spo- kane Cmmty U mted Crusade drive at roon Thursday. The station played requests fm colege studen for 10 cents each, realizing $86 fay the drive. 1Oastern's Saages  wind up their 1955 footbe season Saturday, Nov. 12 when they meet the Vghitworth Pirates in lir .annul game. The Savages are defiaaitey the tm- dercogs as the Whits ,have un al six gumes llayed this year. ecmpany room at an early date. The OWR&N railroad has created .an organization called the bureau of Safety. Its ob- ject is the prevetin of cross- in,g accidents to their pair<ms ,'qnd .employees and the s,loan is "fety first." J. P. Lasher nd Chris Betz are spending the week deer bunting an the'l,le Indian reervaton in Stevens county. including 13 months in the Aleutian's and 14 months on the islands of Ulthi, Saipan and Marcus. His wife, Viole, bookkeeper at the latcliffe compa, ny, h,a,s made he tome here during his absence. Adollhe Smith, pwesideat of the Chancy Kiwams club for seveva months due to a res,ig- nation, was e,lected to a fulti 29 Years Ago It. D. Waiker, secretary of the Chen,ey Chamber of Com- mLerce, will leave next Wed- neschy to attend the annual sesson,s of the WaSlfingtn Association of C,o,mmercm O:r,garization Secretaries, to be he'd .t Belngham. Cach "Red" leese's Che- ney Norm'al Savages came heine from B ellinhlam Uis one yer term at the meeting Tuesday evenn'g. Other n, emi-i noes are F. N. Daniel, vice president; Darrell Jerue, sec- rotary, and Dick Reos, treas- urer. The Cheney Legion lost will iihold an elk feed at the Leg- ion h,atl Monday eenng, Nov. 1_9 at 7 o'clock. All VorM War veterans are invited. The elk was furnished by Bill Lee. 50 Yea rs Ago Two local men, J. F. Scott, ope,ator at the Cheney WWP sub-station, :and Ray R. Ames, era,played in the city engin- eer's ,office, are instalintg a wireless telegraph station in thins city ,and expect to %ave the pa.n in operation, soon. The outfit is to be of a pow- erful capacity and the equip- met tip to date and capable of serving H the uses of the rgulhr commec'i, al radio ser- vice. The Crystal theater, hereto- ibre under the mav_agemec of F. L. Rigle,r, n .Mndy lasse4 to the, control of lhe new own, er, Emery & Son of Spokane. Oheney is to have a seed icure theater, according tv J. W. Houck, w:lm said mt he woud open a new picture .louse in the Norma2 Suovly weelond with their third suc- cessive tri-orm,al grid cham- pionhp, as the result of a thvi'Hig 6-0 win over the Vik- ings, the tone touchdown be- ing scored in the hst two min- utes of the bitterly ough ame. A fire whi, ch started on the r of the Milwaukee and U non Pacific depot Sunday morning was promptly exUng- ui'shed by the Ghermy fire de- partment with very litt dm- age 6one. The a]m'm was tured in by two boys who 'hfad been vcM,ki,ng down the tracks. Mrs. Roy Hanson, Mrs:. Ern- erSt Hansea. aad Mss Im Niel- so were hostesses at a theater party Saturday afternoo when t lm film "Farrow Your Hea"'ig Marian Talley was shown. Invitations were sent to 125 guests, tcludin,g so,me frien flom SpOkane and Ros- alia. The bhzing speed and clever open fiord rtmn'mg of Cark F, arrir, Ritzvil]e hafback, spelled defeat for the Oheey Blelchawks 21-7 at Rizv.i'le on Armice day as he two teams played thei hst game of the season. 0n ttol'aday, sma daugh- ter f Mr. aad Mrs. Lloyd Hot haay, rettwned Friday tram Spolae he,re She underwent a tovmia operation. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner The first Slokane Co. PO- m,oa gran,ge rally ws heed in the Plaza grange hal Monay mght, Nov. 8, with 12 Pomo- i,a officers present and 10 sub- vdinnte grange masters pres- e;nt. There were 192 grangers present. Deputies Quinten LandreCh, Dwight Beach, Earl Hill and !,'rank Windsor were present The meeting was a fun niht and the 15 granges thnt were h0,st had .an outading pro- gram. Paradise lad 14 members preseat, McIntosh 18, Plaa 18, Four Corners 14, Oplor- tu'rrity 11, Wa, verly 11, Sun*set 10 and Windsor 2. There were 12 granges who had program nmber. Representing the f(l- lw,ing granges were Ciotleene Swi'2t for Paradise, Ira Shea, Spangle; Alvi, n Miller, Tyler; Mrs. Kuhn, Eslanol,a; I,ona Widner, Winds.or. lbur Corners grange had a pl,ay. N ame,s of o Nmr programl numrbers were mis.p,laced. S,u,ns, et grange menbes have purch'a,sed the o,d city heall in Airway Heig'ht,s. It is south of the highway near the Shell service station. Mem- be,rs are w,rking hard to get it rcdy for th, eir first meeting bef(re C!hristna,s. Sunset h<lds their grange meeting in the Great Northern school. Thedr ha,ll burned down lnt spm'g. Ladies of Sun,set grange will lold a card prty i,n, the D,ariod h'ostess ,re,am Nov. 29 with a hi,ncheo,n at rmon. P'mena grange will meet Nov. 20 in the H!alf,moou grae ,hal1 at 10:30 a. m. The sccond ha}f of "The hock Trial" will be held s,eme time in the hte afternoon. Windsor grarge hem an electon of officers l'at Wed- sday evenirg. Officers dected were: Dick Getrum, master; Dale Guest, overseer; Ann Getrum, secre- tary; Kay ParSlmE, lecturer; Irma SWagier, treasurer; Nina Hobbs, chaplain; Philip Pat- terson, assista,nt stev,ard. roid Werhan, steward; Leorm Widner, gate keeper; Kaen Crawford, lady assist- ant; Myrtle Elhrgott, Jody and Audrey Werhan, the 'graces; Ruth Guest, hme economics cladrman. Executive committee are Adetaide Larsen, Emory Hew- s'on, Shirley Pa/ttersn and mu'sician, Florem:e Shiiam. Mrs. S is a las mater o! Wirrdgrange. Kren Wel*han, daughter off 1Mr. mad Ms. Iarold WeWhn, l aad Kenneth Bleeker lxh of t Rt. 1, Spokane, will be maried ,o:t 8 p. m, Friday, Nov. 12 in Paradise Prairie Marshall News By Lana Evans MARRIAGE VOWS TO BE EXCHANGED Karen Werhan, daughter af Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Wer- h:an of Marsha will be mar- ried this evening at 8 p. m. at 1he arshall Cmmunity church to Kenneth G. Blocker, s,o,n of Mr. a, nd Mrs. Garry Blocker. The Rev. Lamp,hear witl officiate. GRANGE NEWS The Paradise ga,'nge will hod its turkey card party St- urday evening, Nov. 13, 'at its grn, ge h,a,ll. Visitors are wel- come, ,and refreshments will be served. Fotr Corners ran, ge pre- sented a p,tay at Plaza at Po- m.ona vally Mo,nday eveain,g. Attending were Marie Brown, Ina Henneigh, Peg Ilppen- burg, Mary Prasky ,a;n.d Ron the Marsh,aft Co,mmunity church. Linda Brooks is sle,r, ldg a ew months visiting her grard- parent, Mr. and Mrs. Dew Moore. She is in the seventh grade and attends Su(nset school. Mrs. Pau,line I'm]a, Daisy flicks and Mrs. Ed Rump luncheon guests of Mrs. FI!oam Smith }ast Tuesday after they had shopped in Chee. Adelaide Larsen and Irma Stragier attended Ue Nvrt- e,:st :lmme econ,omics meeng in the Darigold .htess room Tues@ay. Thelma Pugh trod charge of the meeting as she i,s the state grange nothe,a 'home economics cladrm:an. ary Iankel, Pomona gran,ge chairman .held her meeting in cnjuncti, o.n wih Thema Pugh's meeting. ley Hagel who visited his mther, Mrs. Nellie Hagel and other rela,tives, left Monday by pane for Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. Ihgei's headquaers  in Oak- ]and, Oalif. Airman and Mrs. Jaes Sweet arid ba, by left o the home in lasgow, Mo., Tues- day. The Sweets he purchas- ed he Boots p(Ilace near Mrs. SweeVs pae' Imme, he De]- li AdVts. About 2200 chMre rand adults went hrou,gh the Hagel spook house on the De H]agel p hce, Oct. 29-30-31. Visiting lr. ,nd ,Mrs. Case i Rskam last weekend were Pete lslam, Spokme, and Mr. arid M's. Oharles Novma, Deer Lake. Irasky, Fran Lindberg, Peg Genius is arid Nancy Smith, &liver nmdiocrity is Smith, Mrs. Pat Buer and Lin- da, r. and Mrs. De,ms Reetz an, d Mrs. Young from Marshall. WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED Mr. and Mrs. loy Dalton ceebrate their 22nd wedding atnniversaIy Saturday. Their daughter, Diane, visited #rem Portrd where she is attend- ing ,a school of fashion de- sign. 4-H CLUB NEWS The Prairie Pr,acers will sp,onsr the fis,t Spokane Cio. 4-H Horse Club rally tomorrow at 10:00 a. m. in the Dariod hose,ss re,am. Think in terms of U. S. Sav- ings Bonds and you'll get much more than "a penny for your thoughts." One a month, at 837.50, will bring back $50.00 a month at maturity. St,te of Washington, Office of the Su- pervisor of Water Resources, Departmert of Conservation, Olympia. NOTICE OF GROUND WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 7837 Take Noiee: That Cheney School Dis- trict No. 360 of Cheney, Washington on October 27, 1965, filed application for Anticipated Rate 41% For Regular Savings Accounts loses an thin, in tel nmraI a better, and Z th ward; of human his What is gab one man l.s vested in and is a nent for alI time, permit to withdraw public ground waters thorough a well situated within Block 8, Plat of Southside Addition to Meadow Le Townsite of Seetior 23, Township 24 IN'., Ratge 41 E. W. M., in Spokane County, in the amount of 80 gallons per minute, subject to existing rights tinuously, each year for the purpose of domestic supply; during irrigation son for irrigation. Any objections must be accompanied by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee. and filed with the State Supervisor of from ovember 12, 1965. Witress my hand and official seal this 29th day of October, 1965. M. G. Wlker, State Supervisor of Water Resources. (Nov. 5-12) New & Used AUTO PA Rebuilt Short Blocks Good Used Motors & Trans. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ANTIFREEZE, gal .......... .......... 'I)I NITE SERVICE -- OPEN SUNDAYS Auto Mart, 675 First, Cheney Inc. 20 Years Ago Clney Legion IXSt take lrt in the mtiomvide "Gifts for hhe Yanks Wire Gve" campaign and the pb- lie is again asked to eonzib- ute packages for tmspitaized veteran& Richard RenCro, whose wfe the former Zeta Cossaman lives in Cheney, was hard in an interview over the radio program, "Breakfast in Holly- wood," Lst Friday moon,rig. lCrepavations somevhat mm'e extensive "than usual have been made or the ammal Ohe- ney high school carnival to be he}d  Friday nght in the rm. Pvactict:ly every student has heled in construction and decorations. Driving their way to a 14 to .2 victory over the powePfu Mead devon in a s ,at Mead, the Cheney Back. hawks walked off with the 1945 Spokane cuny football chmdaianship a, nmg its elss of ligh clmals. Ci, ef VarPant Officer Rich- Cheney h School Attention Motorists-- The City of Cheney has presently in effect an ordinance Friday, Nov. 12 7:30-11:30 p. m. H. S. Gym & Auditorium ard F. Ash arrived "m Cheney :l:ast Friday to,lowing ,his dis- Vaudeville Show chge from the Seabees lCl Seattle on Nov. 7. Ash served three years in ilhe Paei43ic m' rowning of King Directory . and Queen O. B.'s ELECTRIC Electric Heat -- Motors Water Pumps -- Farms Rt. No. 1 CH 4-2705 Spokane, Wash. 99204 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. Matinee for - High School Students Betz 7th & 8th Grade Evening Performance- For Parents and Others. restricting overnight parking on city streets. The purpose of this ordinance is to enable city crews to plow sno q without being hampered by parked cars. So that yo0 may be informed of the provisions of that ordinance, they are printed below. Ordinance D-45 - Article VIII, Sec. 76 (1), It shall be un" lawful to park or to leave parked any vehicle on any street of the city of Cheney between the hours of 1 a. m. and 6 a. m. from December 1 to March 1. It shall be unlawful to park or to leave parked any vehicle on any street of the City of Cheney except the centr$1 business district during heavy snowfall (heavy snowfall 1st- 21" Zenith Color TV. meaning a fall on the ground of two inches or more) at Prizes 2nd- Electric Tooth Brush 3rd - Clock Radio anytime between 4 p. m. and 7 a. m. CONCESSIONS BOOTHS - - - CAKE SALE KIDDIES GAMES & BEANO 7:30-11:30 p. m. In Gym Fun and Games For All Gate Admission 25c It should be noted that the last paragraph does not coo" tain any limiting dates, but will be in effect with the adl- vent of a snowfall of two or more inches, without ware" ing. The City of CheneY Roy Foss, Clerk (Not by King & Queen Tickets