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.... 00y,00ao,oa00l00,l004 Encounter[ Four Lakes Cheney Medical Lake OFFICERsLenardMace&apos;-'RI7"7606MEET Officers of the Four Lakes Key Northeast A League Contest Colville Loss Drops Cheney In Second Place Cheney lost :the first big one last Saturday at Colv;dle but another eon%t of equal importance looms ahead this weekend. The Blackhawks dropped a respectable 63-47 ,hgh sclool basketball game to the Indians..in a game closer than the score idivates. Cheney 'matched the unbeaten Indians point for point in he first hal:f and trailed only 29-27 at inteon. NORTHEAST A Won Lost Pet. Colville .............. 6 0 1.000 Cheney .............. 4 1 .800 Medical L ......... 4 1 800 East Valley ........ 3 2 .600 Mead .................. 3 2 .600 Newport .......... 2 4 .333 Chewelah .......... 1 4 .200 KeHle Falls ........ 1 5 .167 Deer Park ........ 0 5 .000 The loss, however, dropped Cheney fr0,m a first place tie in Noreaxt A League stand- ings ino seeond place with neighboring Medical Ike. Both squacLs sport 4-1 records going into tomght's games .and will be siming for each ether when they clash Sat,ur- day n'glt zt Medi,c Lake. New Arrangement Under ,a new arrangement this season, two squads from the Northeast A League could go to Tacoma for the state class A tournament. The sec- ond place te,m will meet the winner of the Souhea,st A League for the secand state berth. The Southeast A League ine}udes lfax, Pomeroy, De- SaHes and Dayton. Colfax has been the league's representa- tive for years but is struggfing through its worst season in a decade this year, posting only two wins to date. This makes the Cheney- Medical Lake encounter .an im- portant one 'as the winner will grab a firm hold on second place and be in a positiov to prepare for a later season game with Colville. Cheney basketball fans who jarneyed to Clville aren't convi, n;ed the unbeaten In- d,ians can't be beaten, and tlt Don Monson's Bl'ackhawks could turn fihe trick when the teams play a return engage- me.hi at Cheney Feb. 14. Cheney meets Chewelah to- night on the home floor. Che- welsh has a 1-4 league record. John Marsh Hot The Btackhawks didn't have much trouble bourcing Deer Park here last F, riday, handing the Stags ,a 73-34 beating. John Marsh tossed in 20 big points, fallowed by Heward Marsh with 18, to ,top heney scor- ing. Randy Liddell ad John Marsh led the Cheney attack against Colville, scorin,g 16 and 15 poi re--rely. Howard Marsh, generally a consistent double figure scor- er, could get only five points. Coach Don Monso su, bsti- tuted freely in the final quar- ter as fouls hurt the Plack- hwks and the Indians started to pull way. CHENEY-DEER PARK CHENEY (73)John Marsh 20, Howard Marsh 18, Randy Liddell 12, Mike Liddeil 8, Gary Rietz 5, John Fletcher 4, Gary Scoff 3, Chuck Diftmar 2, Dick Yockum 1. DEER PARK (34)--Bob Ab- rhamsoq 2, Mike Davis 12, B,,tch Harry 3, Mike Johnson 13, Ed Lake 2, Dale Lowery 2. CHENEY-COLVILLE CHENEY (47)--John Marsh ;, Rndy Liddell 16, Howard arvh 5, John Fletcher 5, M;ke Liddemi 4, Chuck Dittmar 2, COLVILLE (63)Gary Dou- via 19, Ernle Kagel 18, Dennis "trmen 11, Gary Kinq 8 Bob Haney 6, Ray Clark 1. SLIPPERY STEVECheney's Steve Swegle drives past Deer Park's T. Wells in last Friday's game here won by the Black- hawks 73-34. Cheney's Garry Scott (40) is in background. Deer Park player at right is D. Clary. EWSC Home For Brace Of Games Eastern Washington Sttte College's basketball teem faces the top two teams in Evergreen Conference snd- ing Friday and Saturd,ay m ghts at Cheney, then. with n:ly a day's rest, meets Gonzaa Uni- versity Monday night. Pacific Lutheran Univer4ity end Wtern Washington top the corfference with two wins each and no losses. Eas,tern, with a 5-7 overall record, is 0-1 in the conference, losing to Whitworth Cllege, 58-74, Saturday night. The Whi, ts, taking advantage of the Savages' h,ck of re- bounding and shooing at less than 30 per cent, had little trau'ble.Eastexn s Darwin Mon- asmith, who has been scoring in the 20's, ws held to 15 poLnts, .and Jim Tuttn, with 15, were the Savages' tp scor- ers. None of the otPmr Eastern players scred in double fig. u res. Pacific Lutheran opens the three-game series Friday night at 8 p. m. in .the EWSC Fieldhouse. A junior varsity game with Lewis and Clark College of Lewiston, -Idaho, starts at 6:3'0 p. m. Saturday night the Savages face Was, tern, wi, tha JV game between E, astern trash and Fairelild Air Force Base pre- ceding the main con, test. The game betwee,n Eastern and Gonzga, in the EWSC Fieldhouse will be the seo.nd of the season. The Zags downed Eastern, 10@57, early in December. A JV g[ame be- tween Gonzaga frash and East- ern, starting 'at 6:30 p. m., will precede the varsity game which starts at 8 p. m. EWSC WRESTLERS TO WALLA WALLA With a victory in its first intercollegiate competition, Easter Washington State College's wrestling re,am faces Whitman College of WaJh Walls Saturday. The matches will be in the EWSC Fie ldhouse starting at 4 p. m. with admission free. The matches will precede the EWSC-Pacific Lutheran bas- k;tba]] game. MARSH WHO? The Free Press was correct- ed last weekend for lising Howard Marsh as high scor- er in a recent Cbeney basket- ball game instead of John Marsh. Sorry, John. Hope it doesn,t happen again. Free Press want ads click. BIG STEELIEMaurice Good- win, Rt. 1, Cheney, landed this 25 pound steelhead at Almota on the Snake river the morning of Jan. 9. He caught his prize on an Okie obber and a shrimp. Loss Drops Mat Squ,00d in Cellar Chancy dropped a 26-22 thriller to the Ferris Saxtons of Spokane in a ,high school wr'.tling match last Thurs- day. The loss dropped the Bhck- hawks i, rAo the cellar of the league. The mete'h, hovever, was rot decided until the last contest. Ferrs jumped to a quick 10-0 lead after ,taking the first two mtches. Cheney narrow- ed the margin and the lead teetered back and forth until the l, ast match. The Blackbawks faced Rog- ers o Spokane yesterday in Spokane. The nex home match will be next Thursday -gaint West Valley.--R. H. Cheney-Ferris Results: 106 pounds---Scribner (F) pinned Rattray, 1:25, third. 115 poundsSherry (F) pin- ned Schur, 1:25 seconds, 123 pounds--B. Miller (C) pinned McDavis, 1:20 third. 129 poundsMcMillan (C) d. McVey 6-0. 133 poundsM!eyers (C) d. Georqe 7-4. 139 pounds--Vail (F) pinned Swan :55 firsf. 147 poundsKoch (C) pin- ned Courtney 1:29 third. 155 pounds--Bridges (F) pin- ned S. Miller 1:00 first. 165 po.mdsSpringer (C) d. Miller 7-5, 175 poundsGilbert (F) d. Chrifenson 4-2. J 191 pounds--Phillipson (C) Id. Benjamin 9-1. J Unlimited -- Steel (F) d. J Prentice 8-6. One thng IAt/de League baseball teaches is 'how to be a good loser. Unless, of eorse, yu're a parent. The vergge corgressm.an's idea ,of government waste is a d,olav spent in another cn- gressman's district. Directory CUSTOM BUILDING FHA, VA or Conventional Financing Free Estimates ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE 424 First Phone 235-4050 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone BE 5-4410 EDGETT BROS Hub Club met at the ,home of Mrs. Glen Calsyn. The year- books =arid crMt were planed or 1964. A lovely hmeh was served by Mrs. Galsyn. Those present were Mrs. Nick Haidy, Mrs. Ted Miller, Mrs. Bernard Kline, Mrs. Llosrd Lovell and Mrs. Russell Mace. Don't forget the Hub Club party Jan. 23 at the Longhorn Bar B-Q on the Sunset High- ALLEY ANTICS Wedneeday Mixed League Go Ms.cs 39 21 J. G,'s 35 25 Four Somes 32 27V, Dis Ables 30 30 Barnta 30 30 Refugees 25A- , 34 /'2 3 M's and C 251/,', 34V_, Strugglers 221/, 37 Go Maes 2264, 819 ; Ran Mills 208 ; Bob Grogan 495; Alice Spuler 200; E]oise Goodwin 465. 50Yeleek Mixed Games have to be made up for posi- tions. Comets 2365; Amberites 858; George Masterson 210; Tom Laube 556; Betty Szeferski 177; Maxine Fifield 480. Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 54 22 Christian Cureh 50 26 Hacienda 39 - 37 R. O. T.C. 36 40 Outlaws 35 41 Nabisco 32 /z 43 ;,/., Brown & ttolter 30V,_, 451/..2 Free Press 27 49 Brown & ttolter 000, 1081; W. Fi- field 578; L. Groese 212. Kaffee Kup Keglers Shirt Tales, 40 23 B Plus 40 24 Four Question Marks 34 30 . I. Janes 32 32 Corry Cobs 32 32 S. O.G. 28 36 Pill Rollers 27/z 361/,2 Krazy Kales 22 42 S. O. G. 2144, B Plus 746; Esther Daniels 173; 4ffna Stahlbor 478. awlerette M N M Drive In 46 22 Hillcrest Fillies 41 27 Holmes Hardware 34/z 331/_ , Western uto 34 34 Cheney Lanettes 32/ 351/'2 IGA Bairs 31fiz 6/2 Pinehurst Mabel 27 41 Cheney Homes 241/'., 43 Western Auto 2396, 860 w/h; Shirley Loomer 480 wo/h; Margaret Lee 199 wo/h. Fireball Cheney Bowl 52 24 Lutheran Caureh 47 29 I. O. O. F. 46 30 Jones' Resort 40 36 Bill Hatch Trophy 36 41 Beehive 34 42 System Amusement 31 41 Poor Boys 18 B4 V. Russell picked 2-4-10; R. Arder- son picked 3--10; A. Dow pieekd 4-7-10: R. Enright picekd 4-7-10; I. O. O. F. 3049, 1046: Earl Moc 24l, 5. 'limber Towpers -- Juniors Team No. 8 9 :} Team No. .2 7 5 Team No. 4 7 5 Team ]No. 1 1 ll Team No. 3 !%1. 5.5I; Kevin Brooks 212; Lynn Hewson 47. Tim.ebr Toppers -- Bantams Bench Warmers 12/ 5,(, Rats lI 7 Aces 61/2 ] 1 '2 Spunky Stinkers (; 12 Spunky Stinkers 2, 442 (2 'ames ; Ricky Engel 158, 245 (2 games) Cheney Automotive AI's Chevron Station 47 25 Higgin & Henderson 46 26 Sunset iew Ranch 36 26 Virg"s Enco Station 35 37 Cher*ey Auto Parts 25 37 A]'s Auto Farts 321/2 39.', Brown & Hc.lter 31 41 Hillcrest Stables 26 .15]/! Cherey Attto Parts 3051 ; Al's Chevron Statkm 1046; Tom Scott 224; Jim ])yck 596. Wednesday Mixed G Mats 39 25 J.G.'s 38 26 Dis Ables 34 30 Four Somes 32 31]/., Barnts 31 33 Refugees 281z 351/._, 3 M's and C 26Vz 37z/2 Strugglers 261/,2 7 Dis Ables 2393, 837; Dee Ableman 562, 213; Elsie Ableman 478, 185, way. Time is 11 a. m. Don't forget youl" Dirday present for the birthday box. Also your exchange git. GRANGE NEWS Grarge met Friday night with new officers ,in the chair. Committees gave repov for 1963. The Charter was draped or two members who. had passed ,away. Flora Bele Do,h- ins ,sang a sol'o. The resigna- tion of the chaphin was ac- cepted and a ne,w one was elected. The new clmpl,ain is Mrs. M, arcla Lee Mace.. Those serviag on the supper committee were Dr. W. A. Gamon, Carl Johr, son, and Dr. and Mrs. Tavener. Next gra,nge meeting Mr. ,and Mrs. Orville Phitipson and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dirks wll be on the sup- er committee. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dirks and Mr. and Mrs. IAoyd Lovell were guests of the Cody Stan- darters ,on Saturday evening. Visitors at the Cody St'ander- fer's Sunday were a brother and a sister-in-law of Mrs. Stander, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kraut. Another visitor was a niece, Mrs. Alex Vilhbos, formerly Phyllis Burgess. She and her husband and children have moved back to Spokane !ram Mountain Home, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Ableman and family were Friday e'e- ning dinner guests at the Del S:tan,derfevs. Sunday cers of .the Del Stadefers were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Erwin 'and daughter. Sunday evening dinner guexts ,of ,Mr. Standefer were Mr. ,and ,Mrs. Alex Vilalbos. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson and family were Saturday eve- ni'ng guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Larsn. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartford and family visited Mr. and Mrs. George Strop, Sunday. Catle'rs during &he week at the Kirkpatrick home were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Carner of Medical Lake, Jack Soub of Spokarm, Peter loeback, Mrs. Hazel Powel], Mrs. Agnes Hyier and Mrs. Ines Watson, all of Medical Lake. Amber News By Jennifer Jordan GRANGE NEWS The Amber gan,ge will meet Jan. 21. The supper committee members :are Mr. arid Mrs. Ken GaLloway ,and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goodwin. The new home eco,ornics c0mmittee is Mrs. Alda B u<b, chai_rwoman, assisted by Mrs. Charles Proctor, Mrs. Josie MarSh and Mrs. Eloise Good- WiMr.-- and Mrs. Earl Brooks were welcomed into the Am- ber grange. Nelson Cordill is the new Dan Brown in Medical Lake one day last week. FOUR LAKES BRIEFS Deepest sympathy g,ee,s out to Mrs. Barbara Moran and 7ons of Spokane ,and to Mr. and Mrs. E}don Jenieke and family of Four Lakes. Mrs. Moran is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldo,n Jenicke. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace tteded the Democratic din- ner in Spokane fat Senator Henry Jackson. The annual memberhip meeting of the Pour Lakes Community Church was held on Mond'ay. Yearly reports were given by treasarer Ted Radon and the Sunday school superintendent, Mrs. Bert Spear. The main item of bu:si- hess for the eveni rg was the election of ,officers or te eomig year. The following were elected: cairma.n, Bert Spear; assistant chairman Clarence. Bray; secretary, Bev- erly Wilcox; treasurer, Thelma Heard; board of turstees, Ted Radon; Sundy school superin- tendent, Lee Wilcox. The new Sunday school sup- erintendert annou:nced that he soon would have a meeting of the Sunday school teachers. A Sunday school electon of officers will be h.ld during the Sunday school hour. lecturer fay the Araber  Past ,master Jim was preented wth a pa ters tie clip. } t HOT LUNCH MENU Mnday -- Sphet t meat and toma sauce 1 ba,ge wedges, bread and 1 peach cobbler, milk. Tuesd, ay  Weiner an ao caerole, lettuce wehe,s, fruited jell, o, m um Ed Crooks was a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crooks Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin MeKI- lips and daughter Wendy o Palouse, Mr. and Mrs. Neff McKellips and family of Pot- latch, Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Horn of Dansville, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brawn and son of Medical Lake were visitors of Mrs. L. S. Brown recently. Mr. and Mrs. Neff Brawn of Rufus, Ore, were visiors of Mrs. L. S. Brown one day last week. Mrs. Maude Brown visited at the .home of Mr. n,d Mrs. Can be put in Used Door Glass \\; Chevrolet's new low-cost quality delivery truck[ This introduces you to Chevy-Van-our new economy and out. Certain sections are treated with high-zinc- delivery truck. 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CHENEY euurr rucgs means that it is built to work for you a long Mrs. Sidney Larson fell and broke her hip early last week. G(od StTk of 00ate She is i= St. Llkes hosp,ia:l. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erfurth were Sunday visitors of Mrs. V 8 Mo ors An, n,a Erfurth. Wednesday -- veg and meat .stew, green ! bread and butter, Cha puddLrg, milk. Mrs. Binna a Sunday dinner guest and Mrs. Leonard John Chrisiansen son, Grant, of Sunday callers ,of Mrs. Oummeier and Miss Mason. Dave and Atomic were Sunday visitors and Mrs. H. H. Harris ily. Mr. and Mrs. 1van Mrs. Josie M, ars,h and Mrs. Mike Marsh day guests of Mr. H, owa rd Marsh. ed Mr. a]vert's Mrs. Binna Saturday dinner guests Virginia Dressier. Mr. and Mrs. Ran and afily were of lr. ,and Mrs. Wayne and Jane o Mr. nd Mrs. Jim were Monday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Ran and family. Mrs. Ida bridge Jan. 8. Prizes by Mrs. A1 Weisman, Howard M arh and Mrs. Decker. The bridge meet Jan. 22 at Mrs. Kinley's. Floyd Calvert was a afternoon: cal]ex of Mrs. Leslie Mill. Mrs. Miller was a afternoon visitor of ence Rufer of