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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Frida, Aarmary 15, 1965 Free Press SPORTS Savages Playing Whits in Conference Game Tonight After .a losing start in Ever- green corfference c,oanpeitioaa, Eastern Wshngton State CalVe.go tangles with Whitworth C5Iloge in a conference tas- ketbatl game at Cheney Satur- day night, San. 15, at 8 p. an. The Savages, 0-2 in confer- ALLEY ANTICS 5 O9clok Mixed January 3, 1965 Pin Pals 40 28 39 29 Four F&apos;s 35 33 Fugitives G. I. Joes 341/ 331/2 Amberites 321/z 351/J Calverts Reserve 31 37 Hug Beens 30 38 Splits and Misses 30 38 Calverts Reserve 2365, 840 ; Wally Beard 203, 513 ; Lois Merrill 459 ; Jeanette Stiffler 173. January 10, 1965 Pirb Pals 43 29 Four F's 43 29 G. I. Joes 371/z 341A ugitives 86 86 Amberites 831 381A ence ply after a 68-64 loss to University of Puget Sound and a 56-44 defeat by Western Washing,on State, will be after their first victory at the ex- pense of thNr cross4own arch rivals. Whi:twortil, also defeated by UPS, beat the favored Western Vikin,gs 52-48, f, or a 1-1 co,nfr,r- ence record. The Savages ad Pirates jun- ior varsities will face e,ach ether in a 5:45 p. m. game. Pugh Top Scorer Mike Push, junior transfer from Olympic Junior Co,liege, :still leads the Eaern scorers with a 12.2 game average. Push scored 16 points against UPS and 13 a,gain Western to top 1the Savage scorers in both games. Fairchild AFB sp,o*lomore HS Matmen Oregon Gymnasts Now on Top in A League By Mike Snapp The Bla,ekhawk wrestlirg t,eam took sole pos,sesion of first pace in NoTthest A league wrestling with a victory over previously u,nbat'en Col- fax la, st Thursday night in that Patouse city. Chantey went into the match without several of the team's regular varNty wrestlers in order to keep t,tmse men e,liNi- ble for distri,ot mat.ch, es under a rule staing that no wrestler ca'n participate in more than 12 varsity matches. This lay- off almost cost victory as th:e 'Hawks found Colfax a w,ry d,e- I termined team, but Frank i Raisins came through with a I pin in the 156 el'ass ,and Rgger I Chr}sti, anson ,and Gary Rua'p-[ pie each ic,r,duc, zd de,cisions at,I 167 and 193, respectively, to el4nch the victory, 25-17. There were few fa.l,ls in the match, Alan Scott getting the only .other on.e for Chency. However, there were eseveaal matches in which Blackhawlcs mips'ed pins by questionable de- CiSlOlS. This Friday, Jan. 15, the team will travel in full strengLh to Colville witl h!i.g.h h,ooes of ] thoroughly beating the Irtdianj who have bee/ very formid-I able in other sports the past To Compete Here Eastern Washi:nn State Call,age gymn'asts open the 1965 season Friday, Jan. 15, evening against the. University of Oregon. The meet, in he EWSC fieldhu,se, starts at 8 p. m., and .admission i:s free. ' Tle Savages, under C:o.aeh Thorne Tibbitts, will agra,in have a strong team with eight lettermen returni,ng. Dastern last ye,ar ts,t only one dual meet, that to the Uni- vers,ty cf Wa,shi,n,gton, but scored 52 points, the most scored during the yc,ar against the Huskies. Lettermen in.el, ude Ted ]3ry- an, t, eptain, Renton; Steve Woodward, Mike Garvin and Dan Winters, ,al,1 of Seattle Chuck Mescng(r and Kith Wright, C'en, t:ralia; tl:,gr Sim- onsn, Slokane, and Vevn tley- r:olds, Bre,mertm. Coliege Swim Meet Slated 2 p. m. Today Eastern Wahingtor, S.ta(te College, lo,srs in opc,ning EVeT- green con, ferenc:e swimming competition, return to action Friday, Jan. 15, aainst the powerful Elle,nlsburg team. The Savages' had o,nly one double winner in lheir 1,o,s,ses to the Uiersity of Puget Sound a, nd We.stern Was'hmg- tan State in tii;pokane senlior Dick Griffith, who won the three-meter diving event in Splits and Misses 33 39 Calverts Reserve 31 41 31 41 Has Beans Pin Pals 2362, 877 ; Joe and Bill Stiff- ler 550, Joe Spuler 231; Ferne Stuhr 487, 187 ; Jeanette Stiffler 487, Fireball Poor Boys 40 27' Jones Resort 40 28 Bill Hatch 38/ 291, System Amusement 30 88 Lutheran Church 28 40 IOOF Lodge 27 41 Bill Hatch 2949; System Amusemen 1035; John Heinemann 210, 524. Bowlemettes 5 Bees 45 27 Hillerest Fillies 44 28 Bill's Jills 39 33 M N M 38 837z Kelly's Tavern 37 35 Lirs Curls 34 38 Bair'a IGA 29/ 42 Wilson's Premiums 21 51 l Kelly's Tavern 2656, 933; Janey Dyck I 493 ; Marcei Moss 187. Koffee Kup Keglers Pied Pipers 42 21/ ] B Plus 37 27 ! 4 Questions 311 821/ Cluster Busters 31 33 OY's 30 34 Pillrollers 29 35 Krazy Kates 28 36 Shirt Tales 26 38 Pied Pipers 2181 ; Shirt Tales 811 ; Ida McKinley 491 ; Bette Lun<lgren 182. Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 44 28 ROTC 43 29 Wilson Homes 39 83 Edgett Brothers 38 34 Outlaws 36 36 Nabisco 35 37 Free Press 34 38 Brown &Holter 19 $3 Col Atkiron 199; Ed Fenstemacher 528; Wilson Homes 1006; Edgett Bros. 2897. Cheltey Automotive AI' Chevron Station 50 30 F_,ddy'a Shoe Shop 43 87 Ratcliffe Ford 41/ 38 Higgins & Hen<lerson 39 41 Hillerest Stables 381 41/ Sunset View Ranch 38 42 Brown & tIolter 35 45 Oheney Auto Parts 35 45 Cheney Auto Farts 3068 ; Ratcliffe Ford 1045; Ror Zook 602; Tom Scott 212; C. C. Carter 212. Wednesday Mixed Yard Birds 44 24 Beke-Young 39 281 Refugees 38 80 J. B.'s 35 33 Kin' Wins 32 85 Bill Brite, and Spokane jun{or Jack Stzte were e only East- erners to tal,ly }n duble fig- ures in the two games on the cst. Brite scored 11 pints aga.inst UPS, State 13, but ot ordy five and nine potnts, re- spectively, against Western. lzstern eoaet Evrie Ic'Kie, in :ls first year guiding he Sara,gas, needs but one corffer- once win to e las,t .ar's 1-9 conference nd 7-19 overall record. Two Other Starters In ,actdition to Push, Bri%e a,rd Sta!te, MeKie Will start St. John s ophomre Ralh Slarp and Harrirgton jura or Don Warwick, belch as guaxfls. Sharp has a 5.2 average, Warwick 5.1. Brite leads the Savages in rebounding with 73, bu,t J,ollm Jo,hnsc,, Spokane f, re,sh,na'n from Shadle Park, las 62. Tzail, B. C. senior Vice Jarvis has 56. Both Johnson and J,a;ris are enpected to see action aainst the Pira,tes. Estern wRl o ino a,etin again Monday, when St. Mar- tin's Co,liege comes to lastern for an 8 p. m. game. The Sav- ages lost to the Falconry, 61-50, in the seas,on,'s, opener, but came bck to win the second game, 71-63. M,onday's en- coun, ter will be tle rubber game. A JV game betweeaa Bastern a, nd Larsan Air Force Base will start at 5:45 p. m. Monday. Classified advertising does a great job at a small cost. two yeEars. Th mtch wilil be- .-in at 5:30. Saturday M c!a,d will come to Cherm.T to wrestle the Blackhawks at 5 p. m. lndivi, dual results of the Col- fax match were: 105--Alan Scott, C, p. M. Kou, 1:01 lst; ll4---Rick Mil- ler, C, d. Eng, 13-2; 122--T. Hensley, Colfax, d. Mike lat- tray, 1-0; 129--Bill Prowls, C, d. J. Strieb, 910; 135---R. Mag- nussen, C!olfax, d. John Dire- man, 4-0; 140---D Ko,ch, Colfax, d. Terry Ko,nra,d, 4-2; 147- Butch McBain, C, d. P. McDon- ald, 12-2; Frank lagains, C, p. C-. McNeitly, 1:48 5'd; Roger Chri:ian,son C, d. D. Gud- rnursn, 11-1; 177--T. Weitz, Ce, lfax, p. Mike Snlapp, 1:57 2rid: 193--Gavy Pmepple, C, d. B. Davis, 7-0; Unltd.--M Bry- ant, Cotfax, d. Barry Horton, 6-0. Pix Weekend Menu Antohe: doble fe,atueis n the bill at the Pix Theae this weekerd. The Clalk Garden, starring Hale,y Mil.ls and :Deb- ora, h Kerr, ad The Dream aker will be $cre,eaed.Friday, Saturday and Sunday eve- :zlings. Bill Kop, m,aaer, 's.aid these are gamey style movies. eWEATHER max. min. pre. Jan. 7 ................ 35 20 trc. Jan. 8 ................ 26 22 .02 J,a,n. 9 ................ 29 19 .09 ,lan. 10 .............. 3'1 23 .04 Jan. 11 .............. 29 26 .01 Buckaroos 30 38 Jan. 12 ............. 28 26 tre. DisWinans'DavisAbles 330 . ;o3 [PAI'RONIZE YOUR Jan ............... 13 33 28, .07 Kin Wins 2281, 811; Frark Greene I ' There was 22.75 ine,nes of 208; Margo Arndt  I 561; Fred McKinley .. ] ADVERTISERS n,ow on the round as of 481 ; Pat McKinley i. Fred McKinley 4, 7, 10 split., [ I Thursday incoming. m m-- m     Nmm  UU m# wm. 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The Ezsern-Ce,ntral meet will be held in Ellensburg staz'tirg at 2 p. m. Wedding rings soaked in dish water three times a day last forever. f COUNTY SLATES WESTERN DANCE WEEKLY SCHOOL The Spokane eo,uny p,ark and recreation department will hold a iseTies of square dancing instruction meetings a:t the Four Lakes Grange hall start- ing Saturday, Jam 16, for peo- )le of *&e Cheney ad Medical Lake areas. Saturday meetings will continue through April 4. A beginners sess,ion will be he:d :from 9:30 to 11 a. m. and an adwnced ch,ss from 11 to 12:30 p. m. YouLls fro fifth grade through hgh school are eligible and it is hoped that at least one pare:n,t from each family will al,so attend. The fee will be 25 cents for each lesson and it can: atso be paid for at one do/a,r pet month. Instructor will be Cy Crossman. Sunset Grange Fire Brimg00 Plan Change Due to the Sunset Grange hall burnin,g Friday evea]ing, the Spokane County Pennons meeting which was scheduled at Surs, et, will be 'held at the M,oran Prairie Gvange hall Sat- urd, ay, Jan. 16, starkin:g at 10:30 a. m. At 1:30 p. m. guest speaker Ken Hutchinson will talk on "Produetion Credit." SIides will also be s.own. Also at 1:30 Junior Grange Iead'ers of the county will have a corfference with he county chairman, Mrs. Hattie B.ech. State Grange secretary Paw line Collins and State Lecturer Rholet Olsen from Seattle will hold ,a confere'nce with all su'b- .ordinate secretaries and le.c- tutors from 5:30 to 7:30 p. m. AI'I are urged to atend, but if urmble to be here, plese have a representative present. At 7:30 p. m. tle initiati'on of fifth degree Pom,ona can@i- Ideates will be h,ed with War- [rein Johrston of Greenacrcs I Grange in charge. THESE THREE FORMER Cheney high school students a bers of the EWSC wrestling team. Pictured are, left Ron Knoshaug, who wrestles in the 177-pound class; burn, a 137-pounder, and Dave Harris, 157. Knoshaug, maioring in mathematics, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Knoshaug, Route 1. Chatburn, the son of Dr. and Mrs. W. Chatburn, 221 K St., is a sophomore majoring in at EWSC. Harris is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer HarrL ard is a iunior majoring in natural science at EWSC. Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. Seattle.First National Bank 114 BANKING OFFICES THROUGHOUT WASHINGTON STATE .... STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS RESOURCES Dec. 31, 1964 Dec. 31. 1963 Cash and Due from Banks ............. $ 240,784,011 $ -211,143,266 United States Government Securities ........ 216,022,719 234,274,990 State and Municipal Securities ......... 119,494,106 101,687,844 Other Bonds and Securities ...... ; ;:, .... 16,003,439 8,852,578 Sub-Total ......... :'. .... $ 592,304,276 $ 555,958,679 Loans and Discounts ............. 710,443,596 669,247,082 Federal Reserve Bank Stock ............ 2,250,000 1,950,000 Bank Buildings, Vaults, Furniture and Fixtures, etc. . 19,555,487 18,313,263 ;nterest Earned Not Received, etc ........... 6,737,115 6,696,341 Customers' Liability under Letters of Credit and Acceptances 17,960,533 14,658,725 TOTAL ................ $1,349,251,009 $1,266,824,093 LIABILITIES Capital Stock ................. Surplus ................. Undivided Profits ................ Sub-Total ............... Federal Funds Purchased ............. Reserve for Interest, Taxes, etc ............ Discount Collected Not Earned ........... Letters of Credit and Acceptances .......... Deposits ................... TOTAL ................ $ 30,000,000 $ 27,400,000 45,000,000 37,600,000 32,140,021 36,587,898 $ 107,140,021 $ 101,587,898 7,000,000 9,921,186 8,520,771 10,831,331 9,635,051 17,960,533 14,658,725 1,203,397,935 1,125,421,646 $1,349,251,009 $1,266,824,093 DI RECTORS LAWRENCE M. ARNOLD Honorary Chairman ROBERT S. BEAUPRE Prcslden HENRY BRODERICK PreMden:t, Henry Broderlck, Inc. FRANK H. BROWNELL, JR. Seattle EDWARD E. CARLSON sident, stern International Hotels NORTON CLAPP Predtent, Weverhaeuer Compml JOHN M, DAVIS Partnor, Howe, Darts, Riese & ]ones O. D. FISHER Chairman, Fisher Floud4 Mtlls Co, CHAPIN HENRY President, H. C, Henry Investment Co. WILLIAM M, JENKINS Chairman FRANK E. JEROME Vice Chairman RICHARD E, LANG Chairman, Long & Co. JOHN McGREGOR President, McGregor Land and Livestock Compamj ANSON B. MOODY Everett JOHN W. MURPHY President, Central Premix Concrete Co. CHARLES M. PIGOYT Executive Vice Preent, Pacific Car and Foundry Co. W. G. REED Chairman, Simp#on Timber Co. VOLNEY RICHMOND, JR. Fedder, Northern CommcrctaZ Co. CHARLES D. SAUNDERS Chairman, Executive Committee ALFRED SHEMANSKI President, Eastern Outfitting Co. WALTER W. STRALEY Presideut, Pabific Northwest Bell Telephmue Compauy WILLIAM S. STREET Chairman, United Paci Corp. GEORGE VAN WATERS Honorary Chairman, Van Watere & Rogers, Inc. J. A. SWALwELL Director Emertt Seattle-First National Bank CHENEY BRANCH . . $5,937,671.80