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Thursday, March 26, 2015 Free Press Page 7 5 LOOKING BACK 1 10 Years Ago March 24, 2005 Pathways to Progress executive direc- tor Charlie Dotson met with the Cheney Planning Commission and Outlined a new proposal to market the commtmity to business and potential new residents. Medical Lake Superintendent of Schools Pam Veltri Outlined items in the planned May 17 bond issue that would fund building a new elementary school. Medical Lake boy's tennis coach Le- roy Lemaster reported 29 players turned out in an attempt to make the team that won the 2004 State 2A championship. Zak Nelson, the current No. I singles player was one of the top returnees. 20 Years Ago March 23,1995 Eastern Washington University fac- ulty members voted 187-87 in an advisory ballot in favor of a new collective bargain- ing agreement. The matter will now be taken under consideration by the school's board of trustees. Susan Mattoon, a first grade teacher at Windsor Elementary School, was named as the KHQ/Eastern Washington Uni- versity School of Education "Teacher of the Month." Mattoon was honored in an assembly and presented with an award by news anchor Randy Shaw. Cheney High School wrestlers Phil Nickle, Josh Gilbert, Tom Jud, Joel Stew- art, Johnny Williams, Jacinto Shamp, Chung Wei Kuo and Kris Cameron were all honored with season awards. 30 Years Ago March 28,1985 There is every possibility that Cheney schoolteachers would take part in a one-day walkout April 17 to protest Gov. Booth Gardner's spend- ing freeze. "Gardner led us to believe this would be the year of education," Cheney Education President Arlene Helsing said. "Now we find that was strictly lip service." EWU's board of trustees reaffirmed their commitment to raising faculty pay, which currently lagged about 5 percent behind the University of Washington. Randy Hartman scored three goals while Mark Kiver added another pair as the Cheney Blackhawks earned a 6-2 soccer victory over East Valley. • 40 Years Ago March 27,1975 A special committee was established by the Eastern Washington State College Board of Trustees to determine the fate of the Memorial Fieldhouse, a building that was to be vacated following the opening of the Phase III Special Events Building. Two straight losses, 75-72 to Mark Morris and 51-35 to Washington of Ta- coma, dropped Medical Lake into a sixth place finish at the state ZA basketball championships at the University of Puget Sound. The Cardinals' Charlie Yankus set a tournament record with 26 rebounds in the Mark Morris game.. 50 Years Ago March 26,1965 Residents voiced their concerns to the Cheney City Council over the proposed Job Corps Conservation Center at Turn- bull Wildlife Refuge. Those testifying were wondering how, a group of some 200 "underprivileged, undereducated and of all races," would fit into the local community. A meeting to present information on the formation of a Cheney public library was being planned for City Hall accord- ing to publicity agent Louise Stearns. Some 200 swimmers participated in an AAU meet at the EWSC Fieldhouse pool with diver Tom Stone being the lone lo- cal winner from the Eastern Washington Recreation swim team. CHURCHES 1 Please see the Church Directory at the bottom of page 6 for service times and Emmanuel Lutheran Church The congregation of Emman- uel Lutheran Chmr_h invites you to worship with us this Sunday as we celebrate Passion/Palm Sunday. You may also watch our pastors' sermons at our website www.emmauuelcheney.org or on YouTube at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Cheney. Come early for Christian education classes for grade school through adult. Holy Week schedule: Maundy Thursday, 7 p.m. worship; Good Friday, noon Passion Story, 7 p.m. worship; Easter Sunday, 9 a.m. Easter breakfast, 10:30 a.m. worship. St. Paul's Episcopal Church A welcoming haven, nourish- ing all God's poJpleinbody, mind • and spirit. Holy Communion is at 11 a.n The Rev. Christine Soule will preach and preside. Lenten soup and study is each Wednesday through Lent, convening at 6 p.m. for a soup and bread supper and study. The focus of our meetings is the book, "Conversations with Scripture: The Gospel of John," by Cynthia Briggs Kittredge. Attention college students: Each Monday at 5 p.m. you are invited to join us for dinner, study and devotions. Narcot- ics Anonymous meets Tuesday Y'all come and bring your service, breakfast, Easter egg and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the change to "fill the ark," so the hunt April 5 and communion parish hall. Sunday school children can com- worship service. Fellowship breakfast is each plete their Heifer International Thursday at 7:30 a.m. in the par- projectonthislastSundayofLent. United Methodist Church ishhall. Donationsthroughthatnon-profit Join us for a Palm Sunday For your contemplation: organization will provide farm celebration as we continue "Compassion is sometimes the animals and train impoverished, the Lenten journey at Cheney fatal capacity for feeling what it is hungry people to become self- United Methodist Church. Pas- like to live inside somebody else's suffident tor Alissa Bertsch Johnson will ski It is the knowledge that there Y'all come to the barbecue lead the Sunday worship at 10 cannever really be any peaceand brisket sandwich lunch hosted a.m. which will include the cel- joy for me until there is peace and by the council after the Sunday ebration of Holy Communion. joy finally for you too/' Frederick service. Children will have Sun- Sunday school classes precede Buechner. day school during the 10 a.m. worshipat9a.m, with a fellow- worship; child care will also be ship time following worship. United Church of Christ available. On Wednesday evening there Y'aU come and bring your And y'all come to the will be a Lenten study and soup work gloves, rakes and trimmers Passion Narrative at 7 p.m. supper. A simple meal is at 6 p.m. to the yard work day, Saturday, on Thursday April 2, to the followed by a study called"The March 28, at 10 a.n Many hands Good Friday open sanctuaryWay: Walking in the Footsteps make light work. April 3, and the Easter Sunrise of Jesus." OBITUARIES e ), t e e e Heidi Ann (Engle) dren, Angeliqua Barnesare her parents Deborah Gandy (18), Samyra Barnes (17), and Kris Kirkpatrick and Heidi Ann (Engle) Zoe Engle (15), Eli Gan- Donald and Lorrie Engle; Gandy, 36, beloved wife dy (2) and Earl Gandy (4 her sisters and families and mother passed away months)., Trudy and Sean Gilbert, Monday, March 16, 2015.She is survived by her Virginia and Scott Sher- Heidi was born in Spokane, husband James Gandy, brick, Heather Brotherton Wash., March 29, 1978. mother-in-law Vera Gan- and Greg Braach, Cindy Heidi was a devoted dy and father-in-law John and Michael Hancock; • mother to her five chil- Gandy. Also surviving her brothers and families, Kalon and Juliet Kirk- a.m. This is followed by a patrick, Kyle Kirkpat- graveside service at 3 p.m. at rick, Kent Kirkpatrick as Spok e-Cheney Memorial well as numerous aunts, Gardens, 5909 Cheney-Spo- uncles, nieces, nephews kane Road in Spokane. and cousins. In lieu of flowers, me- A memorial service will morial contributions in be held Friday, March 27, at Heidi's name can be made American Lutheran church to the charity of your in Newport, Wash. at 11 choice. S S Luletta "Lue" Marie Gilk Luletta "Lue" Marie Gilk (Bright) passed away March 15, 2015 at home surrounded by loved ones after fighting a cou- rageous five-year battle with cancer. Luletta was born March 24,1963 in Kimball, Neb. to Raymond and Vera Bright. In earlier years, she was raised in Dix, Neb. where she attended grade school. William retired from the her children, daughterfriend, Kristie Tillman of She then moved to Gay- U.S. Air Force. Nicole (Dave) Zickler of Andrews, Tex. lord, Mich. and then on to Luletta was involved Loon Lake, Wash.; sons, Luletta was preceded Douglas, Wyo. where she with Special Olympics Nathan Gilk, James Gilk in death by her father, graduated high school in Relay for Life and the Red and Jacob Sheridan all of Raymond Bright, mother 1981. Hat Society. In earlier Spokane; brothers George Vera Bright and husband She married the love years of her life, sheloved (Deb) Bright, Steve (Patty) William E. Gilk Jr. of her life, William E. to quilt and her favorite Bright of Sidney, Mont. Services were held Gilk Jr., July 4, 1992. pastimes were bowling and sister Carmella (Scott) March 23 followed by They made their home and spending time withof Douglas, Wyo. plus interment at the Washing- in Cheney with their her three grandkids, numerous nieces and ton State Veterans Cem- four lovely children after Luletta is survived bynephews and her best etery in Medical Lake. e Y r continued from page 6 Concert, Cheney High School, 7 - 9 p.m. • March 31, Strengthen- • April1, Strengthening ingFamilies, Betz Elemen- Families; Sunset Elemen- tary School, 6 - 8:30 p.m. tary School, 6 - 8:30 p.m. • March 31, PTO Meet- • April 2, School Con- ing, SnowdonElementary struction Bond Tour, School, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Cheney High School, • March 31, Strings 8:15 a.m. Concert, Cheney Middle • April 2, PTA Meet- School, 7- 8 p.m. ing, Betz Elementary • March 31, Band School, 3:30- 4 p.m. TO ADVERTISE CALL 509-235-6184 LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED By Roberta & Keith Brannon Mon.-Fri. 9:00 am-6:30 pm • Sat. 9:00 am--6:00 pm • Sun. 11:00 am-4:00 pm I0 W. Flrst Street, Cheney, WA 99004 • 509.235,9229 • April 2, Band Con- val, Hallett Elementary cert, Cheney High School, 5:30-7p.m. School, 7 - 9 p.m. Eastern Washington Medical Lake School University District • March 30 - April 1, • M rch '30, Sixth- Spring Break. Grade Music Concert, • April 2, First Robot- Medical Lake Middle ics Competition, Reese School, 6:30 p.m. Court, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. • April 2, 16th Annual • April 6, Spring Quar- District Reading Festi- ter begins. I 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 Klds 10 & under Eat FREE w/purchase #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 • Shdrnp Cocktail Includes Salad Bar and Desserts 1-90 & Exit 272 (Medical Lake) Spokane, WA 99224 509-842-11 O0 Emmanuel Lutheran Church 235-6300 • 639 Elm Street, Cheney (Corner of Elm & Huron--next to Rockwood Clinic] www.emmanuelcheney.org DR. JACOB RIDL , FAMILY DENTISTRY