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oil and W Dist. ater Free Press Offers NEWSPAPER Cheney, Free Extra Month .ns Top Award i i State As Christmas Gift The Free Press is offl |By Clarence A. Kelley ---- i ,g a Christmas gift to bscribers, new or renew e24th meeting of i a!hingtan Aso,ciation of!  Regardless of when yo subscription expires, y nd Wae,r Conservation  / ....................... will be given an extra mon cereals was held last weekth.en,e, ,--I-- !i free ifyou renew or start used the  new subscription from nc until Friday, Dec. 24th. ration Dtets and il  other words, you will I   " 1 &apos; rgin,g Agrma.ture Needs, 1 !iii {!i:'::  credited with '3 months f r)ighted by keynote speak-  do,nZimmerman, exeeu-> | the regular price for o, year. The same applies "+J. secretary, N,aional Ao- d/ of Cormervation IYis- ' i!!ii *:::*:+:: Christmas gift subscriptior tra month, we suggest y ct now rather than wa .anm,erman revealed ta.* on ] meardng. It s no l<mger e e,mphais o preser- ,of n++ttral resources but i: ta,,,men tn0me a utSlization of these re- = ; to the grea, te+t pos- HONORS BTSTOWED rs 4 New Dired0rs exten, for the Ere'test Arthur Halversen, Espanola, .of tne, a+nd for the number o,f eolle. challenged the lo- cts to accept this new rg ong with the added bilities it will bring. J[1 Governor Spe?ks llf;]v. Daniel J. Evans add- J the conventi*o,nl during 1Tuesday noon luncheon / in conjtmon with the It Kiwanis. Evans point- | t the need ov leadersMp *te use of our natura r es wih special emphasis ':d,on. the states water :.hes. Evans ws compli- ( ..ary of the district s lead- 'p n the steps being itpken :+J )pes of forming a C olum- 'laioau Resourcea,, C+oun- Phe eoun+il would e,nom- U the major watershed h+  of Washingb'n''gn Idaho, ! Betz Accepts Plaque Wold Betz, Cimney, cha- was re-elected president of the women's auxiliary of the Wash- ington Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts during the group's 24th an- nual state meeting in Tacoma this week. Mr. Halverson also was honored when the Cheney conservation district, of which he is vice chairman, was de- i clared the most outstanding in the state. Pro00n HiRhool Addition Steady progress in the de- velopment of the 40 acre High Sclml addition in the narth- east part of Cheney can be seen rowad,ays. Bob Wilson, devleper of the tract, has two houses framed, two mare basements in ,and the holes dug for two of the ovl SWCD, ac- on its belmf a salient Goodyear Tire company fr top- the list s the nmrber Washington :,L  more. rhre hours, all in the " ,,.. $17000 to $20,000 el'ass, all  -- bare daylight basemen auoer "*el ""  "" I  +k ,,; vz rtargreaves, oane Wldri +' in cortraebor, lms purchased six .' .a .  _ ^,.: _ 85 ft. lots and r is building - ..... " .... we l. rge homes in the $25 000  :wst pce wony rr;ch=  ,;n, Espaoh, and John il -n ........ +ix. pe   ='*. '. '.. I the trat The sewer and water , ax farms m tm=,&, li " " .;'-'; .... ;,an,,,, ] nes are now m place. The )|$m.pencer Gets ........ Award ""* '"'= "'*"" "=" ;=ln [Tri-State Realty is han,dlin s Spencer, long,me he-] sales. ilresident ,and presem area! ; + )lPwa+tiotfist, SC, O17rapia, EWSC GRIDDERS :Ved ,the Professional Ser- an,00aay to SLATE AWARDS jlItdtal vcho tins Conib- 0000usbt00n0000lly to the c00n- FOR TEAMMATES .Jnmovemen. Spencer EWSC's Associated Press lll known the, oughaut the ' iil.21. helped organize a Little All-America hal!flock +[ many "dWicts, and has Me1 Stanton was voted two ed all of the 24 WA- awards by his teammates, cap- :. anu'ai meetings, t gttard Roger Schjeld'a!hl :_, 'Bwr, ]Mall, was re- aso won two awards and de- ferrsive back Dean Adams was  as a)eatkm presi- voted one. ;. , in their St,nton was voted the most Aa(l terms .ave Mrs.  valaable phyer and was one +in, ladies auli+ry of three players who tied in *ert, and Mrs. Herman voting for the. insp4rational .s, auxiliary eastevn vice avrd. Schjeldahl won the . let. captain's aavd and was tied +ii(il[eal representaves at the : udd )Vm and and Kelley, all of Che-i 1./t Mr. ad ,Mrs, Arthux: with Stato and Adams for the iaspirational award. Athletic director and head football coach Dave Holmes said the awards will he pre- senl after he bolid. n ceremzmies to be announced tater. ri00tma00 fl00r.00agr i Nrom Our 00astor00 ie following article is a Christmas message by one of ..hey's pastors, the Rev. Philip L. Eisenhauer of the \\;tecl" Church of Christ. The Ray. H. Winfield Hubbard, of St. Paul's Episcopal church, will write the mos- to appear in next week's Free Press. MEDITATION ]"God with us." xme, 0 come, ,Emmm- [  is the zcovd ad prom- ',&." we sing in this sea-]ise of the Chrian faith. You m, nmnuel -- God with may have a place and a part in it. As you do, the aceler- else cou we have How eLse wautd ar jy be ours? Certai- z our own sren0h. and burdens of ,aways almu to over. us--tim world seems doomed arM, in hon- of our oval sou, is obvhyasly too With us and in us! alays, like a bu'lark eve storm ,ad a for- every temptation, Cod. He is with us! And he is and we are with are strong emmh. the vietary to be eek- at Christmas. Ira, re tou, ght on Ohristmas "2mt tl 'and fears of tl the were met in that Babe Yet it was so. aed pace- the eornhng ai gng, the giving aRd ge%Ung --wifi have significance. Then m+ can rejoice together in the faith that found ful'filmen+ in a martger bed. "Immamuel--God with us." What greater gift could the Bather give? i Bob Hair Leaves For Ft. Knox, Ky. After visiting here for sev- eral days, Robert Hair, son of Mr. md Mrs. Carl Hair, Who serv in the army, left tls week for a new assignment at Fort Knox, Ky. Wlhile ,lmre he were with his parents an s I ter.Patricia to Telcoa to visit a grandmother Mrs. E. Wilkes and to Spokane-, to visit other relatives.ol, Press is offer- ing a Christmas gift to its subscribers, new or renewal. Regardless of when your you will be given an extra month free if you renew or start a new subscription from now until Friday, Dec. 24th. In will be credited with 13 months for price for one year. The same applies on Christmas gift subscriptions. If you want that free ex- tra month, we suggest you ct now rather than wait- The Spokane county cattle- men hem th, eir annttal meet- ing on Dec. 4 in the heey city hall with a hrge attend- ance. A pancake ,and ham su,p- per was served preceding the meeting and was furnished by the Ckeney Grain Growers, cooked and served by Art Col- yar. Among the special guests were Sen. Sam Guess of the sixth district; Joe Johnson and Dr. H, astiller of the etenSion,* service of the Washington State University, all o4" w,hom presented interesting informa- tion. After the progeam the cat- tlemen held a business mee- ,ing and elec4ed officers with 'Fred McKinley, president, - act- ing as ran, star of ceremcm,ies. Elected were directors Herb Buckley, L. S. McKay, Herman WiIms, and Bob Reitmeier. The holdovers are Kent o, 1red McKilfley, Dix Ridd'le, Vern Heck, Tom DeSkietds, Art Halvorson, B, ob Gee and Ray Meen,ach. It was resolved that most of the cimmittees be appointed outside Board of Directors, and that all members jotn as active or associate . The Cowbelles held their an- nttal meeting in a separate session for election and oVher business. TILICUM ENTERS THREE CONTESTS he Tilicum club, which has al, ways taken ,pa,rt in commun- ity mprovement and civic pro- gress, has entered the national ,ad sate contests for m- munity improvement, spon- sored by Federation of Worn- ens club. The Shell Oil contest for education and sc, holars'ps, which awards cash prizes, and Richfield Oil, who sponors corserati,on in the federation, have each been a.proved and en+tered by Tilicum. The annual year book eyn- test sponsored by the state, has been entered and the book sent to the state for judging. The historical museum owned and operated by the Tilicum is a conirmin'g pr ject, with over 440 items rata-' logued and on display. Ct es of school children visit it monthly, cub members and townpeople are regular visit- evs. Ist year over 350 persons visited the museum. Open house and tours wiI1 be hem gain this spring Vaccine Clinic at Medical Lake 15th An immunization clinic be hekl :at the Medical Dake pehool center avting at 9:30 . m. Wednesday, De. 15. Salk vaccine for pIto s a vabe for i,fants, chiMrem and adults; the d'iheria- weeping cou,h-tetanus for in- fants beginning at six mo,ths , and children through three yars of ,age; the diththera- r tetanus for children four years anti over, with boosrs for tlose of high ,sChool age and for adults. Smaltpox vaccina- tions a,ko will he given. Sbin oral polio trench w"l be avlable or infarcts begin- ning a three moths of age, and pre-school children. R. L. Frandsens Retire From EWSC [rs. R. L. mden (Hap) lrandsen, retired Dee. 3 after five years as cashier a the EWSC student union. Mr. Frand'sen retired ,as buiMin superv'sar of ShowIter hall effective Dec. 1 this year. T.e couple plan to take it easy for a time and later to tour otd and ine,g twns in the Pacific Nohwest. SERVING-KOUTHWE ST SPOKANE Washington,-iy, December i0, 1965 IA% : POITRAS, (edyear Tire & Rubber Co., seaffle, on far right tresents 1st Place plaque to Jerold Betz, chairman of the Southwest Spokane Soil and Water Conservation District and Art Halverson, vice-chairman. The award is given annually to the top district in the state of Washington aa so|acted in the Goodyear Award contest. The w:nners are chosen on the basis of their work of planning for service, organizing for service, giving service and measuring service. A separate story in this issue tells more about the award end the state convention. + P. O. W,II I00xtend Mamnl[ Ofhmrt Hours on Saturday _ __ The Cheney post office inslailed Saturday will make a trial run of ex- tended hours this Saturday, Ted R. F 'eema w'as iz PA" ;;'isn7$ fpenfrom 9. ed ,as the nw we hipful : me usuat ter of Tern,: }e od :e No. 9 to 12 noon, in order to ex- and A. M. on S turday pedite the dispatch of the nfirtg, Dec. 4 in impa Christmas mail. If the re- ceremonies Alex Gustin sponse is great enough, the hours will be repeated on Saturday, Dec. 18; accord- ing to Postmaster" Charles Shepard. LIONS HOLDIZONE M EET i N SPOKANE Lions club zone 19E met at the Davenport hotel Saturday, Dec. 4, with clubs from Spo- kane, Rosala, Colvi'lle, Chene% Nelson, B. C., and:no, B. G., represented. Tl Gheeney Liors club was represeated by John Djtton and Ed Den. Topics diseased by vrmu were Lions objectives, activiUs, membership d the cttb bulletins. Next meeting of zone 19E ,as tentivety set to be held at Cofvil, le on March 12 Zone chairman John CuRer] aPnrounced that the Lions n-I rmal spring conference will be held in Cranbrook. B. C.. on March 25th and 28th. WEATHER Max Min Pre. Dec. 2 ............ 40 35 .00 Dec. 3 .............. 48 34 .03 Dec. 4 ............. 40 35 .04 Dec. 5 ............ 46 36 .00 Dec. 6 .............. 48 32 .00 Ted R. Freenran was restart- ed  the new worshipful rfms- tar of Tem p}e edge No. 42 F. M. on Saturday eve- impressive and Walden Chambers acted as irt. stalling officers assisted by W. Ed Garner. marshal; George F.osum. chaplain: Alfred We,- man, secretary, and guest or- ganist Mrs. ELmer Luiten. Offcem installed with Free- man were Kenneth Cralway, jurdor warden;" James John- son, senior warden; Fred Hein- eman, treasurer: George Foe sum, secretary; Fred Gru,b, chapMin; Harem Pendell. mar- shl; tlvin HankeRs, eu:+. con; Pamtd Cltn- + deacon: Nelson Carditl. senior sevd; CRfford McCutloch, jurtior steward: John Ham, re- tiring nster, tyier. The ceremonies opened with John Ham wek, omlng mem- bers and guests and present- mg severM 6istingltished guests. 0rvel Alle presented t.o John Hum the pa master's .iewe+s in a wrist Watch. Miss I Patrieia Htair. queen elect of Job's Daughters. was voeM sol'oist with Mrs. Sam Hatch accompanist. Mr. Freeman !resented his wife and two daughters, Darlene (3audtl ard Donna Johno,n oaui amil,' - ies and a number of relatives. I A reception, foll.,owed in the dining room. Dec. 7 .............. 43 34 Dec. 8 ............ 41 34 Dec. 9 ..............  30 Seen 'n Heard Weltsr, when we got back to Oheney Monday we found a detailed explanaon of ,how to spell and pronounce Phan, Perh as researched by Lowell Poore who evidently exhaust- ed all sources. It's prontmced Nom Pen Thanks, Lowell, and now that that's settled, we have aother thing bothering us. In the old Eglish sog, "The Twelve Days of O ,hrist- mas," which repeats a "part- ridge in a pear tree," just what in hack is a "calin bid? . . . Sounds as i.f it migM be a nlm%ger used term ,out af near atiqul, ty... We call the attention of the public in general and retail- eva in particular to  Cha- ncy bank's 3 col. ad an page 2 in this issue . . . Afar su- feting through current TV programs the Queer D+ck feats like charging the od sn title to read as flews: "The best tl'ngs in life .are NOT free" ... It would be real nice ff the N. P. raiiro,ad wouM kindly fix the Badger lake rod crosmg some time When ork is sack... My, but th'a Eddie Betz does make good sauerkraut. He gave Guyel awd you,r reporter some gem Croup.samples . . . This item seems to lave alliterative qtmlitles: The Ohene. IAas dub w,s represented at the Spokane zone meetig Satur- day by Messrs. Dittos, and Do ten :. Here's the Queer Duk's iittle Gem f this week: Reseeh slows tia t,l men are just as slmrt as any- one eke at the and of the mon . . . And now afte we hekp ge tl issue out, we',I be "hotrod away" fr Imin nrh .  See you next week . . . .11 00 Cheney Policeman .00 Is Rotary Speaker Membels of the Cllerney-Med - ieal Lake Rotary. club enjoyed a z&k by Ray Ke'lleher, @he- hey relief pehce officer, at their meeting Teuay noon at the Beehive restauraat. Keleer told of his exper- ience i.n the apprehension lt week of two .u'ng men want- ed for ca theft in Oregon and armed robbery in Btlensburg. He echeed J. Edgar Hoover ,and other police leaders in stall,rig that l, aw man alml he grver the cooperation o .an informed citizenry. Vtors were Kanneh Smith of Medvl Lake and Gratt Sex, tan of the Nvh Spokane Rotary dub. L. VANDEBERGS HOSTS ON DEC. 1 Dr. and Mrs. Lycl Vande- Berg entertained the members, wives ad e of  in- ternational Imnr fmter,ty for manual arts, ,at their home in Wednesday, Dec. 1, A, bou 40 from the chapter ,nd fc.ul- ty t EWSC were presen tr Christmas dessert and social evening n,d entertaiume. Hey, Kids[ Santa's Due Here Dec. 18 Santa Claus will definite- ly make an appearance in Cheney to meet area chil- dren on Saturday, Dec. 18, probably at 1 or 2 p. m. His visit to Chancy is being sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and one other service ctub. Old St. Nick will lass out the usual Christmas treats. The spon- sors said Thursday that an- ta would arrive in a fire truck. More omplete infor- mation will be published in next week's Free Press. COUNTY Single Copy 10 Cent Council Would Welcome More Citizen Sponsored Paving and Curbing LI D's With three separate local imxveanet districts now in the fornative stage for the paving and curbing of residential streets, city autlorities are irtterested in havirg other suc eit&an-spoatsored LID's formed in the ne future for several gOOd reqon& Cheney Free Press there 'are many un- paved and curhless streets m Cheney. Then too, inasmucPt Schedules .=.,.. a,s .it takes ttwee to faur moltths in goirrg threugh the Forecast Dec 31st .ro=, routine, actio+z nw would make several lc+l di. trias ready for testing the co- tract or centrals in the earn- The Free Press will puMish ing spr'mg or early summer. "Babson's Business and Final- If several more dtricts are ial torecast for 1966" o Dec. formed it is passible tlmt the 31. cost per lot for .the wok A carefal checking of the cotfl be materially reduced Baboon Pred:ietin's made in having one co do te 1965 uphotdS the remarla, ble w,lmle b at one '.time. .a"erage of the past years by bng 86 per cent crrec! The Cheapest Way LID's previde ebu tlm mos economical way to make su(h i'mpvovemeats .u( as there  orgy sivnple mtere to pay and t  tmymezt ts stretched over eigh years, making the anu Immems very reasonable. Paved streets and curbing "increase the val- ue ,of the frning  ai provide protection fro the dust in su,nxmer time, Steps Outlined Fst seep in fering a ]- ca,1 inprovemen d'trict is for adj+ng property ovjners wishing the improvement, s to get together ,rM appoint ano [:or more persons to interview lea husehlder within the Roger W. Babson proposed district. If ovea- 50 The Bbson Forevast holds per cent or more favor the the best arm highest rcurdilositin they sign ,a petitim or ammal forecasts.,, (m + U. S. I nd pesent it t the ciCy court- future .bu=siness. t il. If the assessed ,alation of We are caling this feature the prtmrty in the distri to you attention because 1966 meets eetai legal spefica- tio, the ctmcfl has fle city will be a year of many oiling, engineer  etimates The Babson furect w the cxt of the project. cover such item as peace Public Hring Held pmepects, new power sims- tion costs, pinch n profits, d,nger of a stock rnrket tumte, discard in the. Grea Society and many ot" e ly topics. Watch for Babsn's busi- nes and fiarml tbreoa for 1966 m oar issue of Dec. 31. MEAD DEFEATS LOCAL HOOPMEN The Chancy hig hol Blaekhawks 'ost a 'hard fu, glt game here with the sog Mead team 56-47 Tuesday niffh of this week.  Mead PanShers, go far un, bea+te this a,so, scored ,heaviest in the final quaer. Score by quavtea's, with Mead always ahead: 15-14, 31- 30 and 59-37. Bb Bartlett scored 20 for Chew'w, Mike Liddell 14, Dick Yocum 9, and Bob Harris 4. The Bkhawks wl take on the Deer Park Stags here at 8 o'ctock this (Friday) evenirtg and wLtl travel to Cutfax Sat- urday, Dec. 11. John Van Brunt Is Doing Well After Attack on Saturday John Van Brun, ho cl- lapsed on the street in C%e- nay near the bakery SQturday, is eoafined in the Deaaess lmsp. It is ttmrght it ws a .hem't condition wiela respond- ed to quick treatmem and the immediate azn trip to the lmspital. The ram iured Ms ice arid ha'eke this ose, which is .relXOmiing to tat- mark niy. He e to come hnme firs weekend. Church Decorating Sl00ted Next Sunday Members and friends of the Und ehnrch are invited to share in the a,nual "laghg of he greens" at the church on Sunday, Dec. 12, 4:00-7:00 p.m. The evening includes mak. ing decomtians arid orrm- merits, decoratng the church trees and rooms, pppin cor, ffy, singing carols. tig and worshipiag to- gether. Parmlies re ked to bring their own m.ndwich mpper, Co, fee and punch  .be pro- vied. . .i and Lovell Pat- n0e ere clmiame f year's prmig oommittee. Letters to Santa Claus from secrid graders will be found on page 2 today. the project may be turned down by a 60 per cet vote. Nex is a  for bids and bM opening. Then conms a fur. ther dehy to 'Row time for selling the bon ,d I l by  om- ers  be gladly  at the city offices where peioa forms may be obtained. MERCER ELECTED STATE GROUP CHIEF Dr. Gerald Mercer, EWSC paxffesso of education  di- rectxa  of student teaohi, has bean mined ]residetleet of the WaS ti for Stude Teachin for the 1966-67 year. GUARD RETURNS---Esponola sophomore Gary Glasgow is again a member of the EWSC varsity basketball team. The 5-11 Glasgow a guard, was alse a member of ttm 1964 EWSC baseball team, and was select- ed te the elt-Erg Coe. ference team. The son of r+ and Mrs, Allan D. Glasgow, he is a graduate of Medical Lake high school and is mejorin@ in health and physical educahon.