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Thursday, March 19, 2015 Free Press Page 7 LOOKING 15 ) ~e is all ri- ld ;ic ly ~r- .te ,~d ag ey n- lp n- o- ey or rs 10 Years Ago March 17, 2005 The Cheney Light Department was anticipating a future rate increase of between 3-5 percent to offset approximately $60,000 in additional charges from the Bonneville Power Administration. The Medical Lake school district was seeking $4,500 in funding to replace the 30-year-old lighting system on the high school's tennis courts. Medical Lake rallied from a 16-point second half defi- cit and scored a 44-41 bov's basketball victory over the Quincy Jackrabbits in the ZA state title game in Yakima. The Cardinals, behind the scoring of Steve Wesley with 12 points and 11 from Tanner Tareski, staged a 19-0 run over two quarters to take the lead. The Cheney Lady Hawks' dream season came to a disappointing end with a 22-2 record at the state 2A basketball championships in the Tacoma Dome. The Lady Hawks won their first two games over Lakeside, 51-44, and Chief Sealth, 49-43 before losing their final two, 44-39 to Franklin and 50-48 to Enumclaw. The last loss ended the Cheney careers of Jenny Hoots, Melissa Krogh, Erin Soliday, Kasey Richer and Jamie Day. 30 Years Ago March 21,1985 Cheney teacher Mike McKeehan was among teachers in the state of Washington who were under consideration to be selected for a future flight of the space shuttle. Chen ey High School basketball player Bill Raunig was named the most valuable player in the Frontier League for the 1984-85 season. Jason Kent, a sophomore guard was 20 Years Ago selected to the league's first all-Frontier team. March 16,1995 The Cheney School District s enrollment for the current 40 Years Ago year was aboutg0 students below projections meaning a March 20,1975 loss of state money of between $3,5(Dr$3,800 per student. A surprise late winter snowstorm dumped 2-inches With the installation of a new ventilation system, of the white stuff on Cheney March 18. estimated to cost $100,000, Eastern Washington Uni- A decision by the Washington State Liquor versity was hoping to reopen the indoor rifle range. Control Board will determine whether the Pence OBITUARIES Union Building on the EWU campus would be al- lowed to sell beer. Medical Lake's boy's basketball team, coached by Jerry Skaife, moved on to the state 2A championships at the University of Puget Sound and will face Mark Morris High School of Longview. The 22-4 Cardinals advanced with wins over Sunnyside 61-59 and Othello, 79-68 as Charlie Yankus scored 32 points. 50 Years Ago March 19, 1965 The Turnbull Wildlife Refuge was being men- tioned as the site of a Job Corps camp that would be home to 200 boys. The program was part of President Lyndon Johnson's new War on Poverty program. Alice Buchman, a charter member of the Tilicum Club, which she helped found in 1903, passed away recently at age 89. The Tilicum Club was an organization devoted to preserving local history. The Eastern Washington State College track team planned to enter a number of athletes into a meet at Washington State College, including star of the Sav- ages' football team, Dean Adams, who would compete in four events - the triple jump, broad jump, 70-yard dash and 70-yard high hurdles. Christopher Lee Frizzell infectious laugh, impish grin will always be with us. sons; step sister, Amy (Mead) Christopher Lee Frizzell, and heart full of love will be Chris is survived by his Golden and step brother, Don- age 34, passed away March 7, greatly missed. We will thinkparents, Lee and Louise Mead ald Mead. 2015 in Tacoma, Wash. Chris- of you always when we look toof Spangle, Wash.; his father, A graveside service was topher was born Oct. 22, 1980the sky and your memory will James Frizzell; sons, Christian held March 17 at the Spangle in Hahn, Germany. bring a tear to our eye, a tear of and Cayden Frizzell; the love of Cemetery. Cheney Funeral He was a loving son, father, sorrow that you were taken tohis life, Christina Poindexter; a Chapel was in charge of ar- brother, uncle and friend. His soon. We love you Chris, you sister, Jennifer (Frizzell) Par- rangements. ~S [d to ly th if '11 It, ut ol f., lg ut k. 5 Anne Norwood She is survived by James M. Norwood and Gwendolyn and Caden, Cheney Funeral Anne Norwood James, her husband wife Sheila; grandchil- She is also survived by Chapel in charge of ar- passed away March 13, of 56 years, daughter, dren and great-grand- her sister Agnes Thomas rangements. Pleasecon- 2015, at age 76 at the Hos- Kimberley A. Tan and children: Melynda, Mic- and husband Steven and piceHouse of Spokane. husband Joseph; son ciah, Justin, Heather,their families. Kristine Ann Nixon daughter Sarah Nixon Kris was a long time KristineAnnNixon, age and grandson Christianresident of Everett, Wash., 67, of Cheney, passed away Ramirez of Cheney; sonuntil she moved to Cheney Saturday, Feb.21 Michael Nixon, in 2004. She graduated from at home in the daughter-in-law Auburn High School and care of hospice Tiffany Nixon, worked for Verizon for and her family, along with their many years. She enjoyed Shewasbom two children quilting with the Women May 28, 1947 to T h o r in a n d of Emmanuel Lutheran Sidney and Dor- Halle of Libby, Church as well as spend- othy Kvalheim. Mont.; one sister, ing time with her grand- She married Trina Nyhus of children. She als0enjoyed Doug Nixon on Aug. 22, Westport, Wash., and one riding her bike and walk- 1969 and he survives, brother Lee Kvalheim of ing with friends around Also surviving is her Spokane. Cheney. Kris was a board member of Cheney Out- reach as well as a volun- teer at the soup kitchen. Kris had an endearment for playing cards and board games with her family; she especially liked playing Chinese checkers. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 21, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Cheney. tact the funeral home 235-2992 for service details. TOMLINSON Pete Baccarella 509-953-4598 USAF Retired I CAN HELP! I~ ~ e-PRC)~ tr- ;al lg er [rt is re of ch te or er ) rs tr W [4 :'s :y Richard Allen Crippen Richard Allen Crip- pen was born in Spo- kane, Wash. June 27, 1969. On March 6, 2015, Rick joined his mother, Jody Crippen in heaven. He fought oral cancer for over a year. He grew up in Heather Cheney and was Rashelle, continued from page 6 " Attention college stu- dents: Each Monday at 5 p.m. you are in, ted to join us for dinner, study and de- votions. Narcotics Anony- mous meets Tuesday and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. in the parish hall. Fellowship breakfast is r0 PLACE CLASSIFIED ADI continued from page 6 City of Airway Heights • March 26, Play and Learn Storytime (ages 2 - 5), community library, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. City of Medical Lake • March 21, Family Con- struction Zone, community library, 10 a.m. - noon. • March 25, Play and Learn Storytime (ages 2 - 5), community library, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m • March 25, Ready for Work: Interviewing Techniques, community library, 6 - 7:30 p.m. a graduate of Cheney High School in 1988. Rick is survived by his father, Bill Crippen; his older brother and sister-in-law, Willie and Sarah Crippen and his younger brother and sis- ter-in-law, Shawn and Crippen; three nieces, Rebekka and Haylie and each Thursday at 7:30 a.m. in the parish hall. Come and bring a friend. For your contempla- tion: "Liturgy is a work in which the Church collabo- rates with the divine Re- deemer, renewing on her altars the sacred mysteries which are the life and salvation of mankind, ut- Bruce C. Tollllon DDS Cheney School District • March 23, World Strides Parents Meeting, Cheney Middle School, 5 - 6 p.m. • March 23, Sixth - Eighth Grade Choir Fes- tival Westwood Middle School, 7 - 8 p.m. • March 24, Strengthen- ing Families, Betz Elemen- tary School, 6 - 8:30 p.m. • March 24, Fourth-Grade Concert, Snowdon Elemen- tary School, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. • March 25, School Board meeting, Snow- don Elementary School, 6 p.m. • March 25, Strength- ening Families, Sunset nephew, Brandon, all of Cheney. Rick loved to cook and make people laugh! He was passionate about all Chevrolet cars. His clream car was a 1966 Chevelle SS 396. Every time we hear or see a hot rod Chevy, we will think of Rick with love. Please join us in remembering and celebrating Rick on Sa~rday, March 28 at the Nazarene Church in Cheney at 11 a.m. teringagainthelife-giving doing good, and who is words that are capable of still present in the midst of saving and transforming us wherever two or three our souls, blessing again are gathered together in the sickand the possessed, His name. And we meet and preaching His Gospel Him by sharing in His life to the poor. In the liturgy, and His redemption. We then, the Church wouldmeet Christ in order to have us realize that we be Christ and, with Him, meet the same Christ who save the world," Thomas went about everywhere Merton. Elementary School, 6 - 8:30 p.m. • March 26, First- and Second-Grade Concert, Sunset Elementary School, 6:30 p.m. • March 26, All Grades Choir Concert, Cheney Middle School 7 - 8p.m. Medical Lake School District • March 24, Fifth-Grade Music Concert, Hallett Ele- mentary School, 6:30 p.m. Eastern Washington University • March 23- 27, Spring Break. YOUR BEST CHOICE FOR Come join us on April 5, 2015, Easter Sunday Easter Buffet from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Adults $14,99 w/purchase of Beverage Easter Menu Turkey and Gravy, Dressing • Roast Pork Carving - Baked Roast Beef, Baked Salmon, Fried Chicken Mashed Potato - Gravies • Corn • Green Bean Casserole Macaroni and Cheese • Shrimp Cocktail Includes Salad Bar and Desserts 1-90 & Exit 272 (Medical Lake) Spokane, WA 99224 509-842-1100 The best chicken and fish in town! Side Orders: • Mashed Potatoes & Gravy • Corn Green Beans • Macaroni & Cheese • Potato Wedges @ iS ' EVER VISIT US Y DAY! IT 116 W. 1st, Cheney, WA • 235-4222