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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, November 19, 1965 CHENEY 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, 1897. Issued every NATIONAL EDITORIAL _  _ | i _Yx_ g'__  _ Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. J IA S5OCiTItN Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year r"Ji--t"l'l ' " "'s  -- "r " III:IIIIV_.INrI,',I:I.I:I:I:I All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER Conservation News By Clarence A. Kelley SCS Technician Mr. and Mrs. WAlter Schmidt were "among 34 con- servation f, armers of Washing: ton receiving avcad certifi- cates ,at a state recognition banquet in Wal Waa Sat- urday right. Walter and his wife represerrted the Sohmidt family farming enterprise near RoMi'a as the Canserva- tiorr Farmers for the South- west Spola:ne ,Soil and Water Consevvation District. Presenting the certificates signed by Govern, or Evans was Sate Sn'ater Herb Friese of the l lth lgishtiv, e district. Piese Con,gratulated the a,azad winners on behalf of the overnor ,and state the oertifioates were a sa rec- ognition in reaUonShip to the efforts put forth in the con- servation favmiLng operations. Wallace Is Speaker Seo W'allee, president tle ate asoeiatio of coun- ty coroners, gve the main address. He pointed to the pvesen need for a more re'aliUc look .a,t lnd use ilues. He stated, "The land ue shod not be based on the tax dollar value ,as t now is but rather on the goe.tiz,1 capacities of the hnd and its most desabte use retive to food production" "The present world popu- h,tion has been achieved over the past 2000 years. In the next 40 years this popul,tion will double. The three major "agriculture exports of the weal'd, mstly from Nrth America, Atrstrala and New Zal'and, will 'be lard pressed to ke.p pace wih these pop- ul'ation dennds. "The time to took at the h,nd use woblem is nw," he said. Special Award Made Receiving the Special Ser- vice ,accord or outstanding cor.nued corrtrbtttians to tlm conservation movement was Ford Gu'mm of Oakesdle. Gumm aso was a conserva- tion, farmer recesntng the Pine Creek SWCD. The accord din,_ner held in tlm Marcus Whitman htel was ,spon,sred by the Walla W, alla Junior Gha,mlber of Commerce. Also attending from Cheney were Mr. and Mrs. Cnce Ke,ley. Letter to the Editor T0 The Editor: An oprr letter to 1Y[r. Tom Bhylck, foreman of major ranch. 1Vhybe you don't remenbev but ast year when the Per- mittees >n the Turnbul Ref- uge gathered cattle, there were two of your steers ffath- in with ours. My hushand  il "and in bed at that time and di,dn't know bot it, as soon as he w up and around, he, being a good neighbor, took time to IOad them in ,his truck ad hauled them to you. Don't other cattlemen have work to do? I'm sure these me did not inCentonally le your seer ose. our welome neighbor A Rttle bit Bitter Mrs. Ross Greenvood A U. S. Savin,gs Bond owned by a resident of Iowa was swept up by  trnado aod de- poted on a farm n Illinois. The finder lvcated the on- er by the name "arrd address on the face .of the bond a Directory 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. District Achievement Day Held at Spangle Saturday The area 4-H cubs, Cbeney Rarrehers, Ince Hill, East Che- ney and Spot'file Hoe and Gow cubs, held their aanual district achievement pogram at the Liberty hdgh schoo St- urday evenin, g, Nov. 13. Ap- I proxi:mate:ly 75 members, par- e,nts ,and leaders attended. Many Program Numbers A po,gram was pesented wth Annie oedwin of Lance Hill club giving the welcome add'ess. 2he fhg salute and 4-H pledge were ted .by Ken Dobbins rrd Clarln,e Rider of the Cheney la,nchers, tast Cbeney presented a sol'o by Carolyn Camp and "a re,adig by I)oo,re,s Stezer. Lnve Hill club, a skit by Rick G,aodwin and piano solo by Beverly Iow; Cheney tnOrers, panv solo by Weedy Mu!sser; Hoe and @row club, piano solo by Sane Raugu,, "a poem, "The 4-H If," by Sharon Piersol and musical do,nee by Sharon and J,a, ne Piersol, lobin Caree, Armie McKinley, C!aro Ann an,d Diane Spchal accompan- ied by Becky Flag, M a:rilyn Sievers, Jane Ra,u,ffust and Judy Co,rnmesser. Special Awards County a, get Herman Kruis- wyk presented the special awards. From the Hoe and Grow club Judy Cornmesser and Becky Flaig eac!h received a bue ribbon from Yakima ,Sta,te Fair on their garden judg'mg and ,a blue banner for !th.e team pacing first in the tate. Judy ,also received a wh,ite banner er third high in- d,ividaul in the contest. Becky I received a blue ri,bbon and a old medal for Interstate fair judging; Judy ,a red ri,bbon. Club Awards Ctub awards went to Jane and Slaron Pievsol, sMvev , in their baking poject; Garol Arm Splich'al and Robin Cab- tree ,a second ye'ar gourd in baking. In food preservation, Jane Rugust received a sec- ond year guard, tok award the cl, ub went ta Becky Flaig a lVer pin and seond yea gttard ter the most ex, hilbiCs at the Interstate and Rclcford fai'rs with 65 exhibits and a total of 275 points. Best Record Books Those receiving blue rib- bons on their completed rec- ord books or the year were Janet and Sharon Pier sol, Ro in Cm'btree, Carol Ann Spi- chal, ayle Sohieche, M'arily Sievers, Becky Flag and Jane Paugus; red ribbon wins were MeRnda De Gon, Beerly Syverson, Annie McKinley, YatLy Johnlso and Judy Oorn- me,se'r. Becky aso receive a pu,ple champion ribbon for bet re:ord book. Year Pins Awarded I-Iermn Kam:lswyk presented the pin!s and the history of each club was read by a mem- ber. Receivin,g theAr pins f,or a year o,f com, peted cub work from the tfoe and Grow were: first year p,ins, Me,lita De G,on, Piesl; econd year to Robin Cabtree, &nnie McKin,ltay, Beverly Syve, t Mrd year to Paty $olmon, She,ran Pi,evso*l and C',at Ann Spliclal; fou:rth year to ayle Scheche; fifth year to tecky Flag, Marilyn Sievers; sixth year to Judy Cornmeer and Jane Raugust. Cookies and ice cream, of 'ange punch and coffee were i served. Dast Cheney clu'b made i the beautiful table d ecora-: lions. Programs by the Hoe and Grow dub. Mrs:. Ale Flaig was general chairma for the achievement program. Sears Roebuck Foundation Blue Ribbon Award Winners Six girs from the Hoe nd Grow 4-H lub were blue rib- ben winners in the SearsRoe- buck Foundation for the coun- ty n this year's senior and juni, er division of the VCashing- ton State 4-H club Home ds Production contest. In the sen ir di 'von vee Martlyn Sie- ves, Judy Cormesser, Jne Raugut and Becky Flaig. There were appvoxim3ately 75 grlls Who were blue rbben winners a ecomoaied by few leaders from Spokane, Ste- vens, Whitmm, Adams, Gar- field, and ,Lincor co,rties be- irrg ve,wesented. They toured the Oonenta' takery, and the Polynesi'a restaurant. A Weekend SHOPPER'S SPECIALSI! Aqua Net Hair Spray 13 oz. Reg. 98( 69c Tip Top Snap-on Curlers 16 in a package Regularly 130 NOW Gelusil Liquid Reg. 1.49 12 fl. oz. Now Antacid Absorbent. SAVE 45c 79c 1.04 McKesson Aspirin 2 Boflles of 100 tablets 2-100's 5 grain) 59c] Vitamin C 100 mg 200 lablels 1.291 (Each tabllet contains 3 times the minimum daily requirement Prices good until November 25th 410 1st St. Cheney, Wash. PHONE 235-6348 1,uneheon at the Ridpath raoor ' Inn fotowed wish a p, rogam. Jane Raugust pkayed a piano sl,o. Prese,naion of awards ws made with each re- ceivirg a bue ribbon in Food Preservation. rs. Ale laig, club feder, aecomp'anied the rnembes. Others Win Firsts AlSo receiving 'a blue rib- bin in the jun:i, or divisi,on bt not egible tier the tour r the luncheon were Sharon Pievsol ald G,aye Scbieche. The 4-H Leadem' Recogrri- tion lrogram was held at Cen- tral' grange ha,l'l, Nov. 11, host was Spolvare Pomona grange, Who served refreshments to the leaders and j u:nd, or a,ders. A progm, m was hed an, d sdes ard 'a talk on "Trip to Pc,land ins an IFYE" arrd "Wortd wide I IZE eofere,n2e in Switzer- hnd by Mrs:. Gone Nesbit. Pvesentation of 4-H Ieader- shp pins arrd gu'ards were giv- e,n and receiving guards were Mrs. E. L. Wittwer, 15' years, Mrs: AHen F'aig, 6 years and Becky Flaig received a junior 1,e;dership pin. Gasolirre and alcohol don't mix. We, actually they DO mix . . . but they taste .like the devil. Seaman Recruit Michael S. House Undergoe; Training Sand Diego, Calif., Nov. 5-- Seaman Recruit Michael C. H,use, USN, son o Mr. and Mrs. D'ea House of Route 1, Medical Lake, is undergoing ,seven weeks of Navy basic training ,at he U. S. Nva:l Training Center, San Diego. In the first weeks of his na- val servi,ee he will sudy mili- tary subjects and live .and work under conditions simfl'ar to thse he will enc,ounter o*n his first ship or at hirs fix,zt shore station. In making the tvarrsitin from civilian to sail!ca" he will be taught and su,pervised by experienced Navy petty offic- ers. 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