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NEIGHBOR NEWS C"E"E''" EP"Essl7 Thursday, May 14, 2015 LOOKING BACK 10 Years Ago May 12, 2005 A sudden spring storm dumped nearly an inch of rain on Cheney, forcing storm drains to clog and water to pool on area streets. A packed room of over 40 people showed up in City Council chambers to discuss the pros and cons of the recently announced expansion of the Urban Growth Area in Medical Lake. Cheney scored the game's final three goals in a 3-1 Greater Spokane League soccer match versus the Ferris Saxons, the'first-ever for the Blackhawks over the Spokane school as Jesse Ratan, Mitch Weller and Ben Parker scored. 20 Years Ago May 10, 1995 The Cheney Planning Commission approved a conditional use permit for the California-based Paul Eyraud Company to relocate their pizza pan manufacturing business to Cheney. The Cheney Parks Department was seeking to raise money to help those unable to afford summer programs. Money raised would augment a $3,000 grant also designed to fund similar programs. After going undefeated in Frontier League play with an 11-0-1 record, the Cheney Blackhawks soccer team was ousted in their playoff opening-round game 4-3 in a shootout to Riverside/ Deer Park. Trevor Harelson scored twice and Kanyon Anderson once. 30 Years Ago May 16, 1985 Cheney police and animal control officers were seeking to trap a large white and potentially rabid cat that had scratched and bit a local resident. Obed Williamson, for many years the head of the education department at Eastern Washington College of Edu- cation, passed away May 8 at Cheney Care Center. He was 85. In addition to his work at Eastern, which began in 1932, Williamson also served in the U.S. government where he helped develop educational opportunities in Iran. Sarah Schwald claimed first place finishes in the girls' 11-12 age group in the 3,000 and 800-meter runs for the Cheney Track Club in an event at Hanford, Wash. 40 Years Ago May 15, 1975 The Cheney Jaycees did what most people thought impossible by quickly turning a barren shell into a fully redeco- rated community float. Float chairman Brooks Murphy put his reputation on the line with his claim the float would be ready for the Spokane Lilac Festival. Following considerable discussion on the history of the community, the Cheney Planning Commission voted to recommend to the City Council that the city's theme be designated as that of a western railroad town. The directive was meant to preserve as many brick buildings as possible. Cheney's split of a pair of Frontier League baseball games where they beat East Valley 7-5, but lost to West Valley 10-1, cost the Blackhawks a spot in the' postseason. Coach Rick Rust's team finished the season 12-12. 50 Years Ago May 14, 1965 Cheney's Richard Hagelin earned an appointment to the U.S. Air Force Acad- LOOKING BACK WITH THE CHENEY HISTORICAL MUSEUM One hundred years ago on May 8, 1915, the fifth annual May Day Festival was celebrat- ed with a parade of many floats and bands, games, and a dance. Miss Mary Houck was crowned May Day Queen. Learn more about our area's history at www.cheneymuseum.org. emy by Vice President Hubert Humphrey. Hagelin is the second local resident in the past two years to attend a service acad- emy, following 1964 Cheney grad Charles Ditrnar, now at the Naval Academy. Medical Lake's High School Drill team, and the city's float recently took part in the Spokane Lilac Festival Torch- light Parade. Cheney's ace pitcher, Dalt Grubb ran his strikeout total to 78 in seven Northeast A League baseball games, whiffing eight in a 4-2 loss to East Val- ley that ended a six-game Blackhawks' win streak. CHURCHES Emmanuel Lutheran Church All are welcome to worship with us Sunday. You may also watch our pastor's sermon on our website emmanuuelcheney. org or on YouTube at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Cheney. Chris- tian education begins at 9 a.m. for grade school through adult. Emmanuel will hold its last youth event of the school year for grade school .children Sunday, May 17 from 4-7 p.m. All grade MORE INFO Please see the Church Directory at the bottom of page 6 for service times and contact info school children are welcome. Mark your calendars for Aug. 10-14 for Vacation Bible School. Registration forms will be made available at the end of May. Vaca- tion Bible School at Emmanuel will host children entering grades first through sixth. This year's theme is "Unvanquished." St. Rose Catholic Church will host" children ages 3-5. St. Paul's Episcopal Church A welcoming haven, nour- ishing all God's people in body, mind and spirit. The Rev. Christine Soule will preach and preside this Sunday. Saturday is spring cleanup day. Come with your tools and a smile. Attention college students: Each Monday at 5 p.m. you are invited to join us for dinner, study and devotions. Narcotics Anonymous meets Tuesday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the parish hall. Fellowship breakfast is each Thursday at 7:30 a.m. in the parish hall. Foryourcontemplatiorc'Grat- itude is not a reaction; it is a state of mind. When we go through life cultivating the ability to be grate- ful that it's not raining, thatwe are not sick, that we have good friends if not a lot of resources, and that we have found things we like to do, we are rich enough inside to sustain whatever we might lose around us," Joan Chittister. See Churches page 8 OBIT_____UARIE________SS C .EnE. y HOW may Anne B. Holloway Madison, Wi., Albany, serv,erattheShriner'sChil- children, 14 great-grand- we serve you? Anne B. Holloway, Ore., and finally settled in dren s Hospital. Anne was children and a plethora of L _N We are available 24/7 for: 78, passed away April 29, Airway Heights. known to all to freely give nieces and nephews. Meal prep, light housekeeping 2015" at her home in Air' All throughout their her advice on who to like She was preceded in .Gr0cery shopping, errands way Heights, Wash. Shemoves there were con- and not like in the current death by her parents; Personal Care was born Jan. ,s t a n t s i n PGA golf tournaments, daughter SallyAnne; We Provide Family Medication Reminders 9, i937 in New- Anne's life: She had a deep devotionbrother William; sisters Peace of Mind! .Companionship bury Berkshire taking care to her two dogs Frisky and Sally and Jill. .Transportation near London, of the kids, Lucky and enjoyed being A celebration of her life England to Wil- teaching Sun-a clown for the Ladies of will be held 2 p.m. Satur- liam and Peggy day school, Oriental Shrines. She was day, May16, at the Cheney Bannister. c o a c h i n g also a member of Order of United Church of Christ, She grad- youth bowl- Eastern Star and attended 423 N. Sixth St. in Cheney. uated from ing, playing the Methodist Church in A reception sponsored by high school cards, goingto Davenport, Wash. the Order of Eastern Star at age 16 in her lake place She is survived by her will follow in the church Newbury, England whereat Inchelium, Wash. and husbandJohn;sonsRichard fellowship hall. Flowers ................................... she worked as a nurse's her favorite pastime, bowl- (Julee), Anthony (JoAnn), may be sent to the church ChildrensChoiceDental.com al h pit 1 ing ery F urth f July P ul (Cindy) d rial ntributi ................................... aide in a loc os a. . Ev o o a , Warren an or memo co ons She married John Hol- shewould gather her fam- Tracy~ honorary sons Jack may be made to the Shri- loway on March 16, 1955 ily and friends at the cabin (Lisa) Links and William ners Hospital for Children. and they lived in New-and they would build on (Sherry) Underwood of The City Council of Airway buryunti11957andmoved the property and watchCalifornia; brothers Rich- Heights has declared May to Mountain Home Air fireworks at night, ard and Terry of England 16 as Anne Holloway Day Force Base in Idaho. They She had a passion for and Peter of Australia; She and the flag will be flown lived in Denver, Colo., volunteering as a foodleaves behind 14 grand- at half-mast. Richard iowa on Dec. State University where he While stationed at "Rich'Lewis 24,1950 to Billy was in ROTC and majored FairchildAirForceBasefrom Runyon and Ruth Run-in aerospace engineering. 1978-1982 Rich completed a Richard yon. He was After graduation, masters degree in math- n0~t, sld. south,,I M,d~,,tL,k, 755,5437 624.1182 299.5171 "Rich" Lewis the second old- he entered the U.S. Air ematicsatEastemWashing- .......... da 4,~:~0~ ..... 1~ ............ Spc~karl~ Spak~-~ Runyon, 64, of est with four Force in June of 1973 and ~ ~oLtu0,~ ID~.c,o,~,,,'o~L~o~lO,.~,~,~ ' Dr. D~uld TolltEon [ Or. Ch~i~tot~ler Herzog Cheney died siblings: Doris, went into pilot training atSee Obits page 8 S~O,e~raCea~aP~,O~taIG~ in an airplane Daryl, Robert Laugh}in Air Force Base ' crash onThurs- and Larry. near Del Rio, Texas. While day, May 7, Rich at- at ISU, he met his wife, 2015, in Spokane, Wash. tended a one-room school- Karen Fagerhaug and they ~~ ~@ Rich was born on his house until high school were married on June 1, family farm near Hillsboro, and went on to attend Iowa 1974 in Sioux City, Iowa. **WENDO The best chicken and fish in town/ Side Orders: Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Corn . 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