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&apos;Vc,lume 69, Nu,mber 29 THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVING SOUTHWEST SPOKANE COUNTY Cheney, Washington, Fridlay, December 24, 1965 /i Single Copy I0 aentl : FLORANCE H. (CAP) MORGAN unity Saddened in ( Morgan s Death; ral Here on Mend 3y ' I Most Gas Stations Don Galey Becomes Members t 0un00/ To Close Christmas A Great Grandfather ,.ee al Don Galey became a great lASt (0mmd|ue All Cheney service sta- ! tion operators and employ- Eieded Dec 165 i ees will enjoy Christmas day partially or all day. The Free Press was told that all but two static0ns will be grandfather for the first time on Wednesday, Dec. 15, when a boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lafferty of Spokane. Mrs. Lafferty is Mr. Galey's granddaughter. Richard Scott weighed about five pounds. Mrs. Lafferty is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. (Laura) Harvey of Dishmmn. Laura is Mr. Galey's grand- daughter. Sceva Construction Awarded Contract On Woodward Field H. Morgan passed away Wednesday morning, Dec. at St. Lukes hospital, Spokane, folowing a lengthy illness. was born at Washtuca Nov. 29. 1900 and was a rest- of Cheney since 1908. will be remember- Froth Beat Lakers many of the alumni of State Nol'mal between In Season Opener f its request to affiliate With Pi Kappa Apha. a national am] .1933 aSbusthedrhrepOparan The Gheney Blekhawks fraternity, after assuring heney-Spokane vote and fresh team won i,ts first ame the board the constitution of r san efficien but .good _ne s eas,_n_ agalnsttheavlect- the nationM organization met Jc,a tmxe .zzz)z -zz wnurs- oll rules rea,rdin, Greek lred .highway patrolman, day of last week. The oeal .,iei-e  " " was eptain, of the Wasih., State patrM for East:[ boys ,held a mrvow lead dur- ......... ton..: m a933, to I ilg. the first three quarters r , ---"Y ,7,, - 1948 and 1961 It and Irgthened theh" margin I I, aclet rlagelln i, the fourth stanza. The boys IHome On Leave was associated played good ball but it wast evident there is still room for Cadet' Riohard H. Hagel:in improvemelrt. III arrived this week to spend Oheney',s jnior qun,tet wila two-week Christmas holiday go to-Bast Valley on Dee. 30]leave with .his parents, Dr. and for their next engagement. [Mrs. Rihar d H. Hagen and -- -- , ]brother, Bill and sister, Patty. ]-l.Arit-b \\;h/ill I, I Hagelin, Who is in the. U. S. , ,,-,,-,..,.o "" '"  Airfoe Aoademy at Cora- Buick cam- Spokane, ,as salesman. in early 1962 forced ve- to .his home n he- Had Many Affiliations have included lodge 42 F. & A. M., Scottish lte, E1 Katf Shrine, Athletic Pamnd Glmney Gun club and Church of @hrist, abe- is his wife .Jane Morgan; Mm-flyn ,J. daughter, and Pb- Azeved<L grandson, Spa- two brothers,  E. Harrison, Idaho, and Morgan, Four Lakes, nephews, Donald Mlimral Wells, Texas; lorgan, Four Lakes, Morgan, Pinehrst, will be comlcted Jeetm Ftmeral Home, at 1 p., m. MIiday, tke Croix pertietpat- Rev. George Nichus offidate. family requests merrmr- sen to The Sift'the Hos Ibr Crippled Children, Max Man Pre, 3I 24 .00 17 ............ 32 21 .00 ............ 1 18 .00 ............ 37 27 .00 20 ............ 44 29 Trc. 21 ............ 40 15 .00 ............ 41 18 .00 Hosts on Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hend- titles' son and daughter will entertain with a Christmas eve dner party at their bme tomgb2t far both of their par- ants M. and Mrs. Carl Hand- ricks of heney and Mr. and lrs. Ralph Twnsend of Spo- kane. Sceva Construction Co., Incl, 04 Spokane was the winin,g bidder an the aster, Wash- irrgton State College plamaed Wodward Field facilities de- vellment. The firm was awarded the contract by the college ,board of trustees at the meeting Friday evening. The development ivtcludes earth moving, installation of a rurlning track and football field, concrete seating for 5300 persons and fencing. The work 41 provide facilities to re- pl, ace the old Voodward Field, site of the $2.25 million John F. Kennedy Memorial Library n, ow under construction. Sceva's $186,209 offer on the basic bid was the lowest o,f six. Other bids ranged as high as $246,898. There were :ix alternates to the basic bid, five far additions and one de- letion. A $10,900 contract for re- modelling the Studen,t Urtion Building was awarded to Haft- man Contractors, Spokane, And a local fraternity, Kap- pa Chi Lambda, got approval do Springs, CoI). is the only cadet to win a vice presiden Sial appointment. He is a mem- ber of the 1969 class. TOBIN IN VANCOUVER. Arthur E Tobin, a former resident of MedicM Lake is now ,at Emerald Terrace ancouver, Wash. R (00l00ri00tma00 SPEND 1 BACK EAST 1 a Mrs. 1fford Me-I I two children are I (nas hotidaTs" I p,ents n Wiscon- I Prizes Again 1st Buttercup . ,hets Flower shop an- in today's :lvertls- columns that they will $2.50 cash priz- and girl unde'r of age who bring first buttercups of Yr.m (0nr 00a.t.rs The toil'owing article is another Christmas message by one Cheney's pastors, the Ray. William J. Brennan, pastor of St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic church, CHRISTMAS IS FOREVER... As as comes utxm the ,heels of each last Ohrist- mas, we wander at the perennial ith, hope, and love stirred in the.hearts of matt for OhvisL: the Emmanuel, "G-vith-us." R s in that same sure faith that Christ-and-Christmas is foeever lmt I have prkn,ted here a @hristmas poem wtten some tlrty years ago. TO BM'S STAR STILL SHINING The t dims upon e panes, Deep ShadOws ,spread a IIL Dark tresses drape down columned lanes, And blackboard eve_aT wall. In )holSe my souls avaits the Light; Its Advent seems afar... But lo, the ma(ed mass of night ls tattered by a star. Its a, scen( .glow, its smiling ]$ght A joyots peace ",imparts. it seems to take Divine delight Enkir)dling human hearts. Across a sea of shoreless sartds, Across ,a s,ndy bar, Three desert shi'lm from eastward lands; Come, guided by this star. It was the star of Bethlehem, A spotless inant star. It was not yet the ruby gem That blushed on CalVary's scar. This stay tat gleamed in skies above, When God and Man were met, Still gliz: a tribute to God's love. HIS STAR IS WITH US YET Father Wlam J. Brerman St. Rose of lAmm the earl'y bird who the first buttercup said Chat on Tues- Centestant ere to bring to the Che- Newsstand where the prizes will be present- the winns s. Farmers rece, ntly lected to I serve as Agricultural Stabiliza- tioa, and Oonserwafion (ASC) county committee and their terms o.f service are: William M. Anderson, Deep Creek com- nmnity, chairman, three year term; Chas. E. Ad:ams, Fair-t field, vice chairman, two year tc,rm; Ray W. Chritensen, Pc-, one, regular member, one year term; Dixie Riddqe, Peone, ! fi.rs,t alterate, one year; Jim Pain.te% Plaza, second alter- note, one year. The election was held at a county convention on Dee. 16 at the Darigold hostess room. Electors were farmers chosen as cnvention delegates at re- cent ASC community pm,mit- tee elections thruglmut the court ty. Programs Administered- Ohairman Wfllimn M, An closed all day. Ed's Conoco station at 1st and I streets will be open from 7:30 a. m. Saturday to 12 noon and from 4 to 9:30 p. m. and Sherm's Enco Ser- vice at First and B streets will be open from 7:30 to at least 2 p. m. and from 5 to 10p. m. Cheney Wins Over (olville, Riverside Friday and Saturday Oheney high school Black- . hawks won two games last weekend, defeating Colvile here Friday evenJag 72 to 46 and wirming over Riverside dersan points out tlmt the ASC county and community farmer committees have charge of lo- cal administration of such na- tional farm Wograms as the agricultural corservation pry- gram, the feed grain program, voluntary wheat progran, acroage allotments and mar- keying quotas, the rmtionat wool prepare, the cmmodity price-support l, oans, and star. age facility loars. he ASC eount:y office at 301 Hutton Buldia .is head- quarters for the cottnty com- mittee, and serves as(e 'arm- er's total corat for',!msiness eon,nected with pa,,cipation in the programs ad,mim'tered by the committees. These pro- grams e,ncourge conservati(>n and increase farm returns by means f price supports and-, marke supply-manAgement as well as by paymenta. Cheney Free Press, Schedules;Babson s Forecast 00iJssae. The Chne Flee Press-wll )gain publh Bbson's .Mini. hess and financhl forast in tmxt week's issue. The Bbscm forecavt hMs the 5est arid lfihet actracy  for armu prodivtions on U. S. future business. Author's Background Told Americar, business kas no more respiring person,afity than. Roger W. Babson, iner- ,rtati)naHy-known commeta. tar and investment edvix. An Outstanding feature of ,his phit- oshy hus b,="n 'his lelng insistence on the impov*aee of boh religion and advertis- in business. Born and reared in an old- fahi,ed atmosphere of hard work ,and hustle on a rm in Gloucester, Mr. Babsn went to the Massachusetts Institute ,'of Technology. Upon graduat- ing, he turned instinctively to fiImrtcial ,and business activi- ties in wMch Ms father was engaged. Went West for Health His exertors, however, u- dernned has..'health; he con- tracted tuberetlo. and he was sent West "as good as dead"! It v vthfle 'he was convalescilg from this dread malady th,t he worked out samoa of the pOssLbiaities and pm of business forecast- rag. His wee lily releases ave ued by over 400 newspapers and s fmmcial rep'ts by 20,000 eopoPations and es- tates..His research work is car- xied on by a ,ge staff of ex- pels. Founded Institutions Mr. Bbson founded Babson nitute for Men; and, in oo- opetim with the late Mrs. Ba, bs deveh)ped Webber Cotlege f Wmem--bath na. tionally-knvn educatiM im stitutiols. Here young men arid omen may conce:ntrate on the 'famdamerls f lmneSt and efficient business admin- istration, lcated in Eureka; Knsas, the cente of the Unit- ed States. He has ,been active lso in esta, bRslment of oth- er mediums ,of servie to the pu,b'le, such as the Gravity Research Fotmdatton, located at Near Boston, N. H. 'Mr. Babson ,has prolbly dwne nmre them any other mm to create mmm his milions off  readers an inter. est 1 snpe  p lems, and to im6U a broader vision m businessmen, enab, them o meet the ups,anl- dow of the buness cycle. lfigh school there Satu,rday evening 63 to 48. In: Friday night's game the Blackhawks led the Colville Indian in all quarters. 28-8, 46-23, 56-37 and 72-46. lVike Liddell made the most pints. 19, for Cheney, foil, owed by Bob Bartlett 17, Bob Harris 11. Phil startler 8 George Rosenz- weig 7, Tom Oswald 5, Nick Marsh and Roger Monson 2 caoh, and Timm Shelard 1. Liddel made 11 of *his 19 po'ints with free throws. In the game at Riverside Saturday niglt Cheney again led in all quarters, 110, 26- 25. 43-31 atrd 63-48. Bob Barb lett was high point man fro" Cheney with 23 irtcluding three free throws; Mike Lid- dell 14, Tim Oswald 11, Bob Harris 9. Rosenzweig 4 and Phil Stiffler 2. Next action by the Clx-mey team will come in the Ohrist- rrm tournament at Reardan xt Wed,aesday and Ttaurs. y, Dec. 29and 30L.. Bird, Waterfowl Seasons Remain  , Open To Dec. 26 Hunters are reminded that one more weekend remains in the uploaXl bird seasons. Hunlers m any part .OF the state may g for pheasmats over *he O wee,ked-- o.  at the end of he dy, Dee. 26. Qul and c.hukar may still be buaated in east side oounties, and water- fowl, statewide, remain pe through the first of the year. Good numbers ,of pheasants are reported in eastern areas. with light .hu.nfmg pressure over he weekend notedi the Yakinm district. From the, same district comes the week- ed report of 71 anglers check- ed on the Naches ,and Ya,kima riwrs with 16 steehel. 10 trout and 99 whitefish. Methodists Plan Yule Eve Services The public is invited to the tw Christmas eve .worship servioas Friday night at the Methodist Church, 4th and G streets. At 7:15 a "foanily ser- vice," plarmed ibr all ages, will be clianaxed ,by a cnde th- i)g service. Fom 8 to 8:30 al will gath- er in the feIIowship haft .for a soci interlude with h- merf0s aild in2orml carol sing- irg. At 8:30 the Christmas Hy @ommunin will be served ,by candleght. All ave welo0ane. CAROL FEATHERSTONE HERE FOR HOLIDAYS Carol .ltarsh Featherstme is ttome visiting hey pc,rents, the Howard Marshesof- Am- ber, ver the holidays hfle awai ",tr her ,passport to Ger- mmy to join her 'ImshamL. bt. Charles lae'stone, Who ls stathmed them. This Is LastDay To Get Free Month There are still a few hourss left to take advantage of The Free Press' Christmas gift offer of an extra free month on new and renewal sub- scr|ptiens. If you come in by 5 p. m. this (Friday) eve. ning, Dec. 24, or if your mailed envelope is post. marked Dec, 24 you will be giwm an extra month's ered. it on your subscription file card. We'd really like to give you this gift and hope that you. will eel while there's sflrl time. HAPPY DAY -- Chris Lemmen, son of Mr. end Mrs. Don Lemmen of Cheney, shows his pleasure in conversing with Santa Claus (Jim Heiydt) during the community Christmas party held here Saturday under the auspices of the Cham- ber of Commerce, assisted by the Jr. Chambe'r Education Big Need, lays Thomas Foley A packed meeting of Cha- ncy-Medical Lake Rotations and their guests Tuesday noon heard fifth district Cat, tess- man .Thomas Foley declare that he felt the mos seNns problem faein th country is the matter <ff edueaRon. .Foray said he felt that R woukl be 'better, over the, lmg haul, to educate the unem- ployed rather than to keep them on  dole. He said there are more jobs for lled wark.ers than to fill m. "It YOUTH KILLED IN WRECK GREW UP IN HAYFORD AREA By L. Widner M Fttaeraladav services were held T day for Edxt Albert ylor; 21; ony son.of Mr: awd Mrs. Albert Taylor f, Spokane. Burial was in oy (ss eemtery. The young man v killed "Friday .wthezl a pickup truck skidded and over- tuvni on East Spmgue ave, 21!e - family rmel lived ontlm, farer Mike y ear the Haytq em, elx e atteaded  er 'a2el,    un.tEme a ia 1949. ,Mr. Tay] "t T-he"e- "smT'm :added that t'r  t .ed at z is rmsa s mm .to produce IHai. more sl61IL people titan we i -le was a member off Our do, md i.n tiffs way to gain su- Lad of Ixmrdes iahureaX, had periotlty. Charles Shepavd, Oheney's new postmaster, was welCom- ed :irate the club tmdr the lassk%cation Cnmunicatimas, Postal Sorviee. Seen 'n Heard What dept stare man's 2nd grade daughter embarrassed Mm when she said in her let- ter tp San Cau in last week's ee Press that the have thei tree in place but there are no gifts under it? Nv the man is get :tig kkkied with ers of , . . . tarry the HaIl. Haberdasher .lost pans in  Free 'Press Yice last Thursday oBmoon. The trousors droptmd off a  OF men's dthhxg he had slung over hs Slmulder . . . Bus Wall, P, A. a.t the cotlge, was aslmg if we d seen Old .Blue the Williams lake herren, late- ly. Since the mow and cold we1fimr we haen' seen l/ira. Hervons don't really lber- nate, (to they? ... The Queew Duck came in with his 14.ttie ditty of a Tuesday, "Count that day kst by wnse setting sun you lmvn't had t east one ilmur's fun. Life is slmrt, fill. it with love anti laughter'; thee may be no un in  l#e hereafter" , .. When we think of hv buildings far out- last those who build them, we thimk tttis: "A _._ea,, nter leaves many monuments' . .. One of the nmst unpopu 'lm" 'bigwigs in a$,ngtoa, D. C., is undoubt- edly Defense Secretary McNa- mara -- who can't be turned out by popuMr vote . . . And that leds us to this foeddor- tought item: Are we being disarmed cidenally, inci- dentally, or by desiffn? .... BatcMng in this weather in Wiams lake cabin gets a lit- tle rugged at thnes but it ll its compensatioas. Driving in Tlmxiay .morning we mticed that Mother Nattwe, as if im- lined like us mortals with the Christmas spirit, had silvered every ree with oar fret and then used a bright monm smato ht them up... Beau- . . . Far the sign-aft we off.two sta and nee them both: Reme. bey your " and/o "Be ir , sake"... and a Merry C ,hristmas to you. ea, mled  fmdes in tke ty conge av iad He also leaves tee sistevs, Linda, D)mm and Patrkia, et the tmtne. New, Beauty Salon /To Open in:January Lora 0. Petersan of St. Jotm, owner o the new Jeanne's Beauty Salm% saM. this vek that it is Imped to ,l,u the new  early m lanua, date to be anunc- The phe will open with three operators, m artageratyl- ist Jerome Nicholson, Sirley MeGowan and Joyoe Hebe The very latest equipne is be. installed. mxl Mrs Michael Nich- olm ive in  mxl he had planed to attend college here this wince but e has been called to ms-vice far tv years. He is the ,son OF Mrs. Peterson. VACCINE CLINIC SLATED MONDYAY A immtmizationCttntc will be held starti at 9:30 a. m. Montay; Dee. 27 in the Cheney pre-scol  in the American Legion ,hl. The us. ul irmeulations will be gven a tlmt tkme. Waterfowl Leave When Ponds Freeze Last week when the ponds and potholes started freezing over mot of the geese and ducks @n the Turnbull refuge deserted the local area, leaVing no forwarding addresses. Early this week a count re--led there were still about 200 oceese and 2600 ducks on the al refuge. : Last weeeknd there were still 30 whistling swan left. There are now 1-7 trumpeter swan on the fenced diq)iay pond, 11 having been brought over from Red Rock Laketgeme refuge ip Man. tena to loin the tlx ruident birds here. Their wings will stay clipped for two years  the he tl  m. decide to make this their permanent home.