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Page 8 Cheney Free Press EWSC Thtndads Open Home Season In 3-Way Meet Eastern Washington State College opens the 1965 home track :season Saturday in a t- arguhr meet with Eastern Oregon College of LaGrande and Mount Royal College f Colgary, A:Iberta. F, iel,d events start at 1:30 p. m., track eventsw at 2 an Wood- ward Field on the EWSC cam- pus in Cbeney. Ooach Pat WhitehiH, in his at home coaching debut, is pin- iting high hopes on Dean Adams, junior transfer frem Wenatchee Valley College. Adams is entered in six events -both sprints, high jump, long jump, trile jump and the 440-yard relay. &apos;The Sava, ges have only "five bttermen returring. They are Ed Gehring, Libby, Mont., sophomore, and Dave Davis Otis Orchards senior, both of whom compete in the shot put a,rd discus; C,e,nalia senior Chuck Messerger, high hurd- ler arid pole vaalter who has topped Evergreen Conference vaul%ers wilh 14'8"; soph Don Shove, .ex-Rogers shot putter and }ave;in therwer, and jun- ior Bob Lein,ang, high ,hurdler from North Central. Mrs. Van Brunt's Brother Succumbs A host of Oheney frienis at- tended .funeral services for Vic- tor P. Muu, er, broker of Mrs. 1Wfl, Sred Van BrunO, Tuesday in Spokane Valley. r. Mauer, who died Friday in Sacred Heart hospital, where be had been coined ,after ,an accident Wh&e tmi.ld- trig ,a boat, is survived by ,his wdow, Marie, at 'the ,home at Miliwood; two .daughters, Miss Bauh auer of Seattle and Mrs. Marcia Petern, Spo- kane, to grrdc hiIdre; a bro- thr, Lester, at Mediea Lake,, arid .bks sister, M,m. Van Baurt. 'Hawks Face For Track Team Kettle Falls 0henry High School's first I tvack meet wl be at Rizville . | ]April 10, Coach Floyd Cook Here |0 If [said today. 7  Oook said 32 boys, includin .......... [two seniors, 10 juniors, 10 wneney s macKnawxs w m sophomores and 10 freshmen, open amense oz vnmr lortn- are turning o,ut for track. The est A League champio,nship in group includes five letermen Friday, A,pi 2, 196513 4 Turn Out NeWS e,R,EFS Mrs. Isabel Hays of Spoika,ne was a guest of Mr.. Elmer Con- a 'high school baseball a'me to- day ,at 3:30 p. m. t Fisher Field. The Blackh, awks will meet Kettle Falls here and will play West Valley in a n, omlea.gue game tomorrow ,at We,st Valley. The Bhckhawks warmed up for the league ame by tak- ing a 6-2 win over the North Central "B" team Tuesday at Spokane. Dale Grub, wtm has been sin:glred out by Coach Don Mon- son for first line pitchin'g dut- ies this seas,on, struck out 14, allowed six hits and wal:ked three to pick up the win. The Blaekhawks rushed off to a 3-0 lead in the first in- n:i:nig ,as Bob Ayers singled, Steve Sw,ege walked a=d Jamie Mullenix rapped out a doub'le. Mike Liddell Sater drew a walk and Russ,ell 1Viace elip,ped in a sin,gle. Ayers, Swe,gle and Mulllenix scored in the rally. Ayers had to his in four trips to the plate, ,as &id Mu]- enJx. Liddell ot the a,me's longest blow---a tri.plein the third inning. The Blackhawks collected nirm hi,ts and drew five bases on balls. Cheney ............ 3'01 020 0 6 NC "B" . ........... 000 010 1--2 LILLIES CORSAGES PLANTS BOUQUETS FOR from }ast year--S,herman Guz- man, 440 yard dash; Da,nny Noel, mile relay; Roy Woo, 880 yard :relay; George Rosenz- weig, 100 and 220 yard da,s,hes and 880 relay, and Rick Hilton, 880 're1ay ,arid mile rely. The schedule: April 10--At Ritzville. April 14--At Medical Lake. April 23--At East Valley May 1---At Medical Lake. May 8---At Colville. May 15--County meet at Medical Lake. May 22--Northeast DisWict meet at Bast Valley. ay 29--Sate meet at E1- lensburg. ALLEY ANTICS 50'eloek Mixed Doubles Pin Pals 69 47 G. I. Joes 65/a 50/. Four F's 62 54 Amberties 59/ 56 /, lugitives 57A 58/ Splits & Misses 52 64 Has Beens 49/ 661/z Calverta Reserve 49 67 G. I. Joes 2332; Amberites 817; Fred Mcknley 188 ; Ida McKinley 176; Ede Calvert 176; Bill Stiffler 537; Ida Mc- Kinley 495. Bowlerett 5 Bees 4 42 Bill's Jills 64 52 Bair's IGA 622 53/ Hillerest Fillies 60 56 Kelly's Tavern 59 57 Lil's Curls 55 61 M N M 54 59% Wilson's Insurance 35 81 Bill's Jills 2665, 926; Savallah Willms 500, 181. Fireball Jones' Resort 67 45 System Amusement 6{) 52 Poor Boys 59 52 Bill Hatch 56/a 55:a Lutherar Church 50 62 I. O. O. F. Lodge 53 69 IOOF Lodge 2936; Poor Boys and Bill Hatch 1016; Paul Dellabaxe 202; George Schafer 549. Koffee Kup Keglers Pied Pipers 64 44 4 Questions 64 44 B Plus 58 50 Cluster Busters 57 M Krazy Kates 54 54 Pillrollers 49 59 Shirt Tales 48 60 OY's 37 71 4 Questions 2121, 796; Vera Burrs 454, 178. Cheney Businessmen Edgett Brothers 72 44 Fire Department 71 45 Wilson Homes 6 "" ,55 ROTC 60 56 ' Outlaws 56 60 Nabisco 54 62 ' Free Press 50 66 Brown &Holter 40 76 Bob Anderson 215;  Fenstema,.'her 547 ; Outlaws :10665 ROTC 292. Ars Chevron Staio : 71 ". 53 Cneney ,tto arts 66 8 Eddy's Shoe Shop 64 60 Higglns & Henlerson 61/ 62 [ Ratellffe .ord . li&: 621 Brown & Hoite " 55 66 [ Surfer Vie Ranch 58 6 I Hillerest Stables . 56 68 | Hillcrest Stables 2990 ; ]dd' SlOpe | Shop 1090; Virgil Hube 238; James| , Finch 892. I EASTER T$ CHE S FLOWERS Guy Leach hts returmd to the Vetemrm hospital ia S,po- kane after spending a few months with Bob Tu,bbs here. Mrs. Milard ale was an hormred guest at the Royal N,ei,hbor conveffon in Pd{z- viile Mort(by. Goin,g with ,her were Mrs. Olive Swegle, Mrs. larie Con'leg, Mrs. WilRm Lee, lrs. Mary Griffin, Mrs. I, rma Oon]ey, Mrs. Luu Cut- ting, Mrs. Isabel Hays ad Mrs. Etta l>resne]l. First & Pine Phone 23S-4916 tokes off iike you00e wearing MUSTANG WrlY lttE GR00TIV00t' 6 FOR THE GREATNORltlWESK/ M CORRAL AND ROPE A 1 USTANG WITH LOW, LOW[ MONTHLY PAYMENTS / Greatest roundup of standard equipment at the price .. including Mustang's new "Six Shooter" engine! Other luxuries at no extra cost include deep foam bucket seats, sporty 3.speed floor shift, all-vinyl interior, carpeting, much more! J 0 ! N T H E MUb'0000G b'00200PEDE ATYOUR FORD DEALER'S0000; RATCLIFFE COMPANY Phone 235-6238, Cheney, Wash. 402 Second Street leg Monday for a trip to Ri,tz- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Griffin moved this week to the Geig Fied distrct aftra" spending the winter here with his par- ents, Mr. ,and Mrs. Sill Grif- fin. hrs. Paul Jeffery ,and Mrs. D. G. Jerue attended the lun- cheon meeting o the OES graad representatives :and past grands Friday ,at the home of M, rs. Lucile Meyers in Spokane. Mrs. C. W. Alexander wil'] etertain at tea April 10 for mothers of =her piano students. Attending will be Mrs. R, alph Beaudreau, Mrs. Esther Stel- zer, Mrs. A1 Haskins, Mrs. B. Eoff, Mrs. L. M. Theissen, Mrs. Don Ross, Mrs. Dick Camp, Mrs. Gone Ros, Mrs. Orval Ttedt, Mrs. Knos*haug ,and Mrs. Kathy Cox. Mrs. Dorothy Reed was hon- ored guest a,t a coffee hour Sat- urday at the home of Mrs. A. B. Cutting. Mrs. Itenry Chase was cohstess. The 20 guests were the officers of Martha clmpter OES wih wh, om Mrs. Reed has served for the past five years. They p,resen'ted her with a jewetled pin,. She will leave in May for Germany, w'heve she will spend the next two years. Mr. and Mrs. En,est H,aTr were Wedrmsday evening guests f his brother arid ihm- ily ,in Spokane, ,Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harr. On Saturday their guests were their son, Keith, ntd two daughters (f Spokane. Wesley Orlob, sn of Mrs. W. J. Orlob, a j u,mar at EWSC and Ken Everson, a student at Wenatehee Junior College, lef this week for New York, where they will go by ..boat to Europe. They expect to be away for five m oths touring countries there by bicycle. Mr. ,and Mrs. FAmer Luiten entertained, as weekend guest their son, Gerald, Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Walker of DaveNport. DOLLAR EXPLAINED The dollar took its name from silver coins first minemd in 1519 at Joachimstbal, or the valley (tbal) of St. Joachim, Bemia, aceordrtg to he New Standiard Encyclopedia. This coin was ".fst called a 3oachim- sthaex, or thater, for yrt. Thaler was hter pcmined da- les" and then became dollar. Sure way to mak..your tax refund really nman souething ---check U. S. Savins Bond Line 1, Page 1, :]arm 1040 or Item 11, Form 1040A. " Conservation News By Richard H. *lessen SCS Technician The only source of income the Souttnvest Spokane il ad Water Conservation Dis- trict receives is through the rental of District-owned equip- ment to people throuhout the area. The machinery is scheduled arid hendled by the equipment naager, Joe Labi,sh, of Obe- ne.y. Labis*h takes care of the repairing ,anti billing f e di- feront imyleme,ns, wlich in- clude two pull-type gradors, a compress,or, two drills, a dump truck, and ,a three,point hitch type gopher machine. To give an idea of flow this nm<binery ,h'as been utilized sine last harvest, the dump truck was rented by Else Fries, Fred Johnson, Butt Proff, Rav l Steiner and Mr. Andrews. Ross Greenwood, AI Weisan, Bill Czppen, Fred McKi.ey, Bill C1ano and Jhn Lucas took out the compressor, mainly to drill fence posts. Used For Seeding ,Both Jack Hartford and Gone Robinette used the eg foot 4rila. lVlmy others trove askl Ix)use it dving the com- ing ,seeding season. Indications ave that mrty acres of grass m-rd lalfala will be seeded by the drill this spring. The gopher machine has .been ,treed ,lay Bob Reitmeier ad the Upper Columbia Acad- emy, w, ith many others waiinR for the frost to leave the gotmd so they may bermfit by it. Roy Miller, Im Shea, How- ,ard l@arsh and Edgar Wid, man ld use of the .grader for smoothing of waterways or dishes. The grader was very han, dy or dearirtg snow from oad. To arrange for the rental og eqtipment contact Joe Lahish at Oheney, 235-6530. He is lo- cared on the Curtis Road, about three mile,s south ad east of Cherm. Used TV's FOR SALE OR RENT $25 AND UP SERVICE CALLS ........ 1.50 SEE Jim's TV Service From 8e.m.-Sp.m. FIRST ST., CHENEY ACROSS FROM BROWN & HOLTER PHONE 235-4135 i Washington Bar Association WHAT'S IN THE SMOKE? Loreta got into her ear to go to work. The ear had been larked overnight in a temper- attire below zero, but Loretta was able to start the car. She drove a short distance but the automobile was sputter- ing so she stopped on the city street to allow it to warm up. A motorist was driving south in the same direction arid as he approac,hed Leretta's parked velgcl.e all he observed was a cloud af va'pov or steam. He drove his car into the c}oud at a,bout 20 miles pe hour and s.udderdy noticed Lov- etta's car only a few feet away. He swerved to the left and ap- plied his brakes, but a collision occurred. Loretta sued for damages and was given,, a substrantia] award by the jury, which held the motoris 100 per cent at fault for driving into the steam vhere he couldn't see. The courts take the position :hat .if a driver continues to proceed when ,he is unable to see ea:d because  vision is obscured by smoke or dust, he ,s Hegligent. When a driver's vision is obscured, it is his duty to s,[ow down or stop un- til the od vision is cleared or prtilly so. (TIRs column is written to ,inform, not dvise. Facts may eha,nge the ppltcation of the taw.) The Evergreen Point Flat- ing Bridge at Seattle is the longest floating bridge i, the world. The princille employed in floating bridges today was irSt used by Xerxes, king of Persia, nearly 2,500 years ago.   < ! k i i! ! ii  <f iii ij!jj+iji{i! i i i i i:i ;i :i ; i!)!ii: < i! i!i i: : i:::/i:i ::.iiii:<!iii : :i: ii!i!i:i !!!:::iii!iil THE NEW CANTILEVER FRAME, BASE, CHROME-RIMMED, SPECIAL BARACU ON SALE! Edgett B Marshall-Wells We NEED the many You no longer For those who are in Our trucks will be in your 2nd Friday ef each Call Mrs. Maddux, 235-6814 for St. Vincent de Paul Salvage Bureau 2901 E. Trent Ave. Nobody ever lost /. of it at 4 e Washington Mutual Washington Mutual Savings Bank is almost old. Every day, every week, every month, since our founding in 1889, Washington met all withdrawal requests in full on every In all those years.., every interest period depositr has received interest on the full his savings. 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