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THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney. Washington Vrifly, November 19, 1965 Single Copy 10 Cents in Washougal A! Denms, 81 ! ...imrmerly. of Tyler rtil_, By Wanda Stengle lvin J. Demfis, 81, passed [ Nov. 4 'at a Vancouver itat, V,cauver, Waslh. x g'; a former Tyler resident f  1905 to 1935 where lie .re_ned, ws a well kn,own fan actirg as refere _aigh seitool basketb, all and tq games o.r Tyl, er ) was born April" 2, 1884, oevel'and, Ohio. rn Tyler, A1 moved to re.  Coulee w'here le id from sart to inih on ]hnstruetion of Grand Cou- ,.ing tle war he moved to _.uver ad wovkexl in the acts as overseer of la- J! mDmtgs tttt eeaned up the Early Copy Needed For the Next Issue The cooperation of adver- tisers, rural reporters and general news contributors is asked for next week's is- sue of The Free Press Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the staff plans to get the pa- per to the post office by Wednesday evening so that employees may enjoy the day along with others. It will' be especially appreciat- ed if most of the news and ad is received by Mon- day. Deadline for accepting news will have to be 10 a. m. Wednesday. And we hope you have a nice Thanksgiv- ing day. A1 moved to Mt. OPERATION SHOW COLORS, a movement near Wah,pl, in support of our Viet Nam effort being he armed until his[sponsored by the American Legio and Aux- , [iliary, is being featured by Cheney post No. a of Che,aey [ 72. At left is Commander Wally Beard Ixge No. 42 F & A_M. [shown handing a card and lapel pin, an Amer-  were ]ld at ]ican flag, to Mayor Nolan Brown. At right M.emariaJl Chape,1 in | Monday, Nov. 8, wi.h graveside service en- by North Bank Lodge F & AM at Washou@a1 1 Cemetery where 'he ied. vors irclude step- s Mrs. Cse Heizer [a a,nd Mrs. Ed,na A1- a of Partlard; six grand- -arid 16 great grnd- ; brother, Rhodes De,n- {(Cie,eand, Ohio; ssters, 'ra Daes o,f Wi{- , Ohio, Mrs. FDrenee , of Miami, Fla., and iI Louise Na,u o,f Hilard, 00ermen Back Hoop Team h(f 35 ,boys turning ont Ohe'ey ,high selmoi iks ,bab'l team : seven are een. 00sh, ""  mad Phil Onrath, f- .,Were on 'at year's wr- "a the season ended. , a, eturng ettevmem  IAdel, Jim I-Ioles, Itasenmi.g and Bob glmlxts; Bob Bal#Je 93 Oswald, forwards, @.k Yttm, center. aave 19 games sdhed- "en Dec. 3 'and Feb. on., 10 of them be. The first four be phyed on .the with O0fax Fri- 3; with Pomery Sa- 4; with Mead Dee. 7, aml wih Deer Dec. 10. The fizth CIfax, wiB be ere Satmxay, Dee. st at 8 p. m. .games start at 6:30 same dates. [Y _-7 SP it _pea soup,  spinach, cheese and wedge and apolo- gy -- Turkey and :, giblet gravy and is Harry Hampton, adjutant of Cheney post. The card bears these words. "Amiricans are serving the cause of freedom in Viet Nam. I wear my country's flag to show that I sup- pert our efforts." Picture was taken on Vet. erans day at the bank corner. Crash in Snoqualmie Pass Takes Lives RICK ENGLE TAKES FIRST IN BILLIARD TOURNEY Ricky Engle w(m first place billiard tournament held Nov. 11 at the O'Rama. Tim Morl,an pl.a,eed soc'ond. There will be ther tourna- ments from time to time for O[!o00!nson Bro s. and Family of Four u'' funeral services[ - were held at the Je:rue Funeral I N BILLIA' 'D l0me o.n Wednesday for the] . OURt Johnson brothe,rs who were } Ricky En de (m fi killed i,n an automobile acci-/in the graie school i den,t n,ear Sn'oquMmie Dass last [ tournament h .... Friday Wayne Johnson, age .... ! C kenev_ P}.a_v 31 a teac'er in the Bel,levue !Moth a place schoo and his brthe David] Th, re will J,ohn(son, .g:e 23, employed by lment: from Boeirg, were en r(mte to Che-l other groups. ney for a family visit with letday -- Slaghettt le,t, pearm buyer 1,_ finger salad, apple- cookie. 7ray and Friday, rata- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. JOlmson of Fish hake and Cheney, when he accident oc- curred. Sons Injured Injtired were two sons of Wayne Johnson,, Curt anti Dana, wko hve been ed in the Nm'th Bond lxpitai. wife Helen died  sl)ring ad nil,all are former Cheneyites. The Rev. Phfllip isenhauer offiehted t the services bual ws in Spokane Memor- iM adeax. Aff kild were Darrell Wbb, 31, of EUetnburg, his wife 'ad two small chiMven wlo were in the wesmund car. Two oher eaxs were in- volve m%ev the original co- lisbon but there were no fatal- isles to occupants. Many Survivors Besides the parents the bro- thers leave three other broth- Ors, land of Cheney, Dem of Spokane and Warren of C- if, omen; three s, M_s. Lois Sorment of Endicott, Mrs. Ju,d Ohflders of Jacksonville, Fa., ,nd Miss Lindo Johnson at the Fish lake tmme and tlte tyro sons of Vtayne J(, Curtis, age 8, ,and DaTm, age 6. The faintly suggests memovia be sent to Mu'r Dytrophs, fuvd or the Cancer society ha the Symon.s buildnlg, Spokane. The orphaned sons of Wayne J(tmsn, Curt, 8, and Dana, 6, d21 make their lh with their aunt, Mrs. Lois Storment, and h.sband at Endico. Many Attend Funeral The funeral on Wednesday s one of the largest ever ,held in Cbeney. The chapel overtime rooms were fffied with n estimated attendance of 325 pemons. ,Jim Hatch on the past season's perfotmances reveal a marked improvemem over the twes for last year. Inasmuch as al zlayers listed below exce Dat Soto u.nd Doug OrIob return next year, Coach Hatda is inel4ned to befieve the 1966 statistics wi, ll show'an improve- inen,t over this fall and like- u,k.e epects an even better sason perfornmnce in 1966. ltere .re the figures. Rushing---Shepard 634 yds., Ibasenzweig 342, Hudson 208, Phde 93, Wyn 47, Crabb 24. Passingattempted 91 and eom1leted 40 for 370 yards; StiffMr attempted 8 and cm- i p,leted 4 far 50 yards. , Pass receiving  Cnvath catght 22 for 313 yards, Ros- enzweig 8 for 162 yazxts, Shep- ord 6 far 164, Orob 5 ar 52, !Simpson 2 for 21 and lh'ode 1 !for 36 yards. Tackles- OswMd 80 tackles ad 41 a,ssists, Solo 59: and 24, tludson 51 a'nd 30, papp 45 and 20, Ihde 36 and 20, So- crest 5'1 and 20, Rosenzweig 26 and 20, Orlb 24 and 15. Punting  Hudst punted 30 for 973 yards averaging 33, Sheened 4, 140 and 37, Whit- field 1, 14 and 14. Scoring -- Sheprd 35, Rgs- enmveig 24, Oswald 12, (km- rath 12, Si,mlOn 6, Wyam 6 and Hudson 1. ]C. Shepard New Cheney Postmaster Charles S. Shepard, who had worked as clerk for the Ohe- hey post office from 1946 to 3 EW$C Gridders Also Top Students Three I-tern State (kfllege foothill p.laevs Imve been nominated to the Academic Littl Al-America for small co!l,eges. They .are defensive halfback arid cptain Dirk Zornes, quar- terback George Cres Jr., al o,fgeaxve captain a, nd gtmrd Roger SehjeldaM. Zornes, a jurfior biology ma- j,or at EWSC, ,h an amazing !accumulative grade point av- i erage (ff 3.97. ur point is straight A. He lettered in 'both lfis fres hanan and solhonmre years, and this year is the Sa,vage"s lea,d'ing defensive back, leading tackler, leder | ]on, interception and is top, [scorer in coach Dave Hlmcs l defensive in system. He is ] an all-Evergreen Conference defensive back nominee. Cross, a sophomore, is ma-: .}oeing in mathemaLics and has a 3.69 gpa. He is the second: ROYALTY, chosen on the basis of Cheney high ticket sales were Jackie Patterson, daughter Pattersons of Geiger Heights, and Timm Sheperd, Postmaster and Mrs. Charles Shepard. Both are The event this year probably topped all others tceipts, said to amount to $3807. 'Chris Betz, an Outstanding Pioneer, Paid Final Tribute Chris Betz, 90, one of his xegima's oklest ond most hi,lily respected lioneers, was laid to rest in Pairmount Memorial Park, Spokane, Saturday afternoon, ov. 10. Following is a more complete bituary ,of My. Betz as pro,Fared by JeroM W. Betz of Ohertey, a nephew .of Chris Betz. Lions Enjoy Joint Session, Hear Talk By James $. Black Ei.ghteen members o the Ch,ene Lions cl,ub attended a joint meeting with the Spol kane Southeast club Wednes. I day evening, Nov. 10, at the l Lon,ffIarn Barbecue. ] Earl loos reported on birth-] day ea*leda s, marl Mike Mflier rotmrted o s,ht eon- seraratima, for the Gheney dub. James S. tlek, president of the Spokane reaky board, gave an interesting talk on the ree- reaorml and industrial ad- vantages of Spokane and the Inand Empire. Mr. Bhek's tak was followed by a color- ful and nm.restig Yfln of Spo- karne and the surrounding area, shown by Harold Ander- son of the Washinon Water Power Company. One of the highlights of the evening was a guided tour of the kitchen and bar- becue pits of the Longhorn Care. The Spokane IAns council meeting at the Hamingo Cafe in Spokane on Thursday eve- ning, Nov. 11, was attended by Jobm Dillon and Ed Doten. Topics discussed were Lions club blffie,ti:ns and canve,ntons. ,Next meeting off the Cheney LionS Cub will be at the Col Y leading passer in the coner-lege Inn on Wednesday eve- Chene awks enee with a total of 782 yards, nig, Dee. 8, .t 6:45, instead of an aversge of 87 yards per Saa3,, Dec. 4th, as prev- Season Staltslncs ame. {ro tered last yea* iOUI r rlivunce. as a freslmmn quterback.  Schieldahl is a enior guard, i m [.l|.k.l W.. Sh0w Im,r0veme,t m.-t.,=,,. ..... _ jor md las Mready :l, .... , := By M. Liddell tlme f le at msc IDmnanr nf NlnaflAc in a]ition to one  ye I/mVllVVl VI IllllVllVdl Statistics a,bu,lted by. C&e- I gpa is 3.4. He is the EW: The death "-n Nov " at *' nrey high sckool football ooac tem calcain anti ........ '= the Savage's most aggres a ire lineman. He ws m MI- 'emce selection last year, is a ,r,nomirme th year. All three phyer come from the coast, Zm-aes mm Schjel. dmtl  Vmaemrcer, Wash, Cross from Hoquiam. Par k of someIting bet- ter, well start of/ wi this i little tty: It's the const wooing ter who wim tke! bltshirg maid and it's the con-! stant adwrtis lm MWays! gets the trade . . . ng it i over ,,,agmn, we think R daesl have meter--as we,l as a mor- al . . . And spoak:i,, of con. sant advertisers, we nominate ,Pete Smith for the  of Fame. He's been i,a nost e vewy issue of this ttle fire- side jom'rtal mnce staining here 17 yoas ago... Why use atom bombs to conquer a peagre ive coUlny whl yOl  O it so much eaaiev and ceal> er by mesng p the eleetr d*stbuim system? . . . We see where he Supreme Ekm awarded anoth victory to Oommtmisma after only a few minutes of dellbea.tim, but we're trot at all surprised . . . Also see where the Assoeted Pres as wll as the television ntworks gave Gus I-Il (I- berg) a ot of free ptzblciy fr the Communi petty, USA, off which :he is a ltmder . . When writing up the hot lnch men,u we were slg,hCd taken aback when we ran into thi item, 'Tinger sahd" . . . with mayormalse? ... The Queer Du.ek says he 's revised the old adage, "Him ,as 4ras ts" to "Him as has keeps" . . And we herewith revise Ben Min as follws "Early to bed d early to se, wvrk like heek and advertise" . . Amen . . . Probay the worst mil service in the USA is be- intg provided by rifle SImlne post office, espeeia, lly in hand- ling mail goin, g through Spo- kane. We 'mailed The Free Press ,here Thursday noon and ot our n  eogy in Newport on Monday . . . @lad to note that some NP diesel komotives we t'ng  old bell used in stoa da of me rapid "din-dt" yle . . . And row weql Spokane veterans /mspital of Frank Splichal ond the funeral services last lrida is reported in Joanne Green's Spenlle news column this week. On Wednesday, The Free lress re- ceived addition1 on on M. Siaichel's e fvam ,his widmv, Wihna, vthe lives at the family home in Spokane val- ley. lah 29, 1892 a Hutchinsort, Mrm_, and While quite yotmg mved to Odessa with l pr- ens, Mr. and Mrs. Josep SIMi- cl. Later ,they moved to Rosa- a and then to the hme rm near heney. He was maied to W'dnm Weatly ia 1922 at Plaza where they lived util 1939, moving then to the Witten- bavh arm where they ided until 1960. I1 bombers were Ott Hend- rickSon 'awd H2d Mexander of nity, Ted nd of Stegt, igord Camp of and George :Davi mad David aek of Haza. For more information, read the stm in the Spang news in this issue. Rites Held Nov. 18 For Ernest Hueter Friends and nekbers off Ernest Hueter, 58, were sad- derI by his deth this week at  home near Spang. Pun- oral services were held Thurs- day, N>v. 18, at 8 a. m. fromi St. Francis Asssi Cathlc i chh, Spokane with ,burial in Italy  cemetery, iokane, 'The lev. John F. Fowlie, O. F. i M., officiated. The Henessey Fual ome liad charge. The Huetev inily made their home in hee for some time before going to the Vl- le.yf and Spa area. Sur- wvrs are his wife Dorothy at the ,lmme; three daughters, Mrs. Jean Couvtwdght and " (laz A. Smith, bo o,f ane, and Miss Lois Huetev at the frame; two hrot2tem, four sisters and eight graad- e.hi;ldren. Ceramics by Sage Accepted for Show Cemaies by Biat Sage, EW. SC visiting amraut professor of rt, have been a for the Seventh  National roznic Exbtio, a major Charles Shepard 1952, has been appoted trust- master here effective Nov. 5. ]Dram 1952 to 19{15 te wked ]as chief acourtnt  Est- [ern State hospital nd Lake. ]lavM Village. While atteaading /hich school before lle war, Mr. Shepard .started working port time at the Cheny post office. He succeeded Rbe,rt Shea of Tyler who was aointed ae'ting postmaster ater Mel Jones retired in 1963. Mr. and rs. Shepavd have lived in Oleney since 1941. They live at 225 West 5th and have two son.s, Dan, student at EWSC, and Timm, sophomore at the ,hgh school. Mrs. Shep- ard is the form Bernel Wi$1s, dugbter if M. and Mrs. Herman Wtlms of Che- hey. Mrs. D. G. Jerue enteaetai.ned as Smday dinner guests Mrs. Leo Manets0h and Mrs. Toss O'Rou.ka from Skae. CHENEY STORES OFFERING REAL BUYS THIS WEEK That it pays to watch the bargains ffered by local merchants through the ad- vertising columns of The Free Press is clearly evident from these random sample items taken from "'price" ads in this issue. New tires at half price at the Auto Mart, formerly Al's Auto Parts . . . Regular 98c Aqua hair net sprey, 69c, and $1.00 snap-on curlers, pkg. of 16, only 79, at Wes- terman's Cheney Drug . . . 18-in. battery powered yacht, very special $4.98 at Spike's 66 station and the Auto Mart $2695, and 1965 Mustang Fastback, power steering, low mileage, e.1)ern warranty, $2695 and 1065 Mustang coupe, as above, $2595, at Brown & Halter Chevrolet . . Sweet potatoes, 2 Ib$. for 25c, and Cranberry sauce 19c, at Gibson's Thrift store ..... 1963 Valiant 4 door, spec- ial et $1195 and 1957 Fair. lane4 door at only $345 at Cheney Motors... These are just some samples; read all the ads every week and save real money. Chatburn Attends National Students Portland Meeting A Cheney s'oplo,nore t Eastern Vtashingtmi State Col- lege, Chal, es R. Cba,tburn, was one of 10 EWSC students .rep- resenting the co, linage at the regional conenion of the Na- tior Student association lt weekend at Marylhaar.t CI- lege, Portlund, Ore. Chatbuvn is the son f Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Chatburn, 405 N. 10th. A 1963 raduate of Cheney high school, he is ma- j,aring in mathematics and physdcs at EWSC. TURKEY AND TRIMMINGS ON DECK FOR STUDENTS Students of the Cheney District Schools will have a special Thenksgiving dinner Tuesday, Nov. 23, according to Ruth S. Story, school lunch supervisor. This will be the tradition- ar menu of turkey and dress- ing, whipped potatoes, cran- berry salad, dinner rolls and pumpkin custard with whip- ped cream. off ike the amater (,ham) ! jutted sffw. r a(!,io peole d): Wel, we'll say] 's work ,has  been 3's nw ,and we'lil see you fur-JexJaihili in New York, Balti- thor dm the *g ook. Off l rm, u, san Frmao and and clear... ! throughout the N,et. Ohris Betz was barn Jan. 30, 1876 m Virginia, Illinois. The sm (ff John and SibM Beta, he settled an a farm twv miles noah of Cheney in 1883 with hs paleness, four oMer bth- cs ad two youn, gev sister. The family mved to Wash- in,g, t0 Territory from Illinois, firs going to San Franc by raft, then to Porthnd by a steamer and then by rail to Chen,ey, tle end of the then conructed railroad. @h attended the Beaja- rain P. Chermy Academy and tle Oheney Nrrlma school, where he payed footllt and Chris Betz was an outstanding sn. He had boon a mentber and ,active sup of Chemey Methodist church since 1908. Married in 1935 He married Elsie Lienthal Jen.sen of Cheney on Nov. 5, ,and they made their ' : at 23  street, Che- hey,   rtirement from active farmi in . Stwviving are  wfe a home; one stehter, Hden Cobb, Sen Bewnm-dino, Clif.; wo sister, Mary WI- lace nd Arma A f !Wermtchee; one , M. bert, orner of Chmey ar nw of Yakima; six nieces and six nep: : He fiarmed the home #ace ph= addition 'hoMings from the time of the pa_ng of his ther John un- til his n. Was Civic Minded 2aldtg an active interest in his etmsen wurk of agri, Clis also pro and up- re eterWrses. he  a stoclolder al di- rector of the former Security !Ntimaed Bamk of Cheney, m eaz stockholder and director of the Oheney Weeder corn- pony and direcr from 1933 to 1948 of the North Panic Gmin Gmvers, d, a I rea,d grain eootmtve. ,He heped organi Gheney Unm Warehouse, predeeesr of Okormy Grain Gzxrers, and seated as sec of he *board of directors of Che.ey Crmm Growers from 1930 to ::959. A Good Farmer greSSive in the ,at eazty adopting 0onsemion memdS and .procUres with the iew of m, the ld for the future. He pessed aay tmexpect- ediy Wednesday, Nov. 10, in a SImkane hostM where he had been taken on=y a few shrt heuvs befe de. Servis were .helti So.go,lay, Nov. 13, at a (Imey funeral home. Illmers were Jim a, Melvi Jonos, Jb,lm Vn Brunt, Royd Cfley, Homer Pierce aI Ener Lui- ter. Burial followed in Fair. motmt Memorial Pro'k, Spo kane. BUYS PUREBRED ANGUS i Wayne Rueppel, Cney, re- cently ptrased an Aberdeen- Angus .btfl from Mike Smtb Vley, WShingtn. NEW SUBSCRIBERS New subscribers to the Cheney Free Press so far this month are Mrs. Jane Rohde, Jim Unruh, Mrs. Clyde Layton, Leslie Paul, A. T. Davit, and Miss Alice Moo of Cheney; Spokane County Commisslones, Spo- kane; Nick Scherff, Rt. 4, Spokane; E. A. Rouse and H. F. Hoover, Rt. 1, Spokane; Rose Hutchinson, Medical Lake; and BiI Crabb, Mater Cleri Seminary, Colbert.