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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, Ma 28, 1965 -- | Lance Hd[ Cemetery ifardnnal Fdne Cleanup Scheduled I..'-;','-",'-.='. Lanice Hill Cemetery clean.[ KI;lilll;IWllt X-h up day is scheduled for SattLV-[ mw,un.u n n.m v v day, May 29 The ann meet- T-- /'l,,'..- IF" ...... ing of ,the cemetery associa- |U Lidllll L[UWII tion will be ,held at 11 a. m. at the cemetery. Sack ,lmh at noon. NEW ARRIVAL On onay, April 26, a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keljac, 126 West Second St. Kathryn Jean Ketfl- ]ae arrived a't Deaconess Hos- pital at 12:14 a. m. weighing 7 pounds 8 ourmes and 20 inches long. MRS. HOLLIDAY IS HOSPITALIZED Mrs. J. N. Holiiday trader- went major surger7 Wednes- day and will be confined to the Deaconess hospital for a week. Do You Remember when?l The Cheney B:lackhawks closed out the 1965 baseball campaign this week by split- ting a paiT of Northeast A High School games. In preparation fro" bhe sea- son's finial envoun'ter with arch-rival Medi,cal Lake, the Bhckhawks scared a convinc- ing 10-0 win over Chewelah. Date Grub struck ou,t 15 and allowed only three scattered hits to earn the decision. In the irml game of the sea- son the B1.ack:hawks lost a ten- sign filled, 8-6, extra inin(g alerts:ion to the conference champions from Medical Lake. Grub, with a 6-2 1,end gain.g ipta the seventh inning, con- tributed to his own undoing as an error, r,,d three walks, cli- maxed by a long home run kn,ottcd the score at 6-6 to send te game into extra inmgs, In the ninth in,n'ing, Grub once gain lost contact with the strike one. The s.enio right- }render wNked two and both came around to score a,fter an inield error arid a single. The Friday, May 25, 1945 Lloyd Huse, Kwanis Club chairman ,of the 7th War I.oan drive committee, ,annou,ned Wednesday that Cheney had gone over the top and that pedges of $77,000 had been subscribed. Cary Grant will be seen Sun- day, Monday and Tuesday at the Pix Theatre in "Arsenic and Old Lace." Supporting cast includes Raymond Mas- ey, Jack Carson and Peter Lorre, Mr. ,and Mrs. George Snead, Elmer Presnell and Emmett spent Thursday evening at the Owon Fitzpatrick homes. A California man has dis- covered the secret of making money in the poultry business. He rented his hen house as a two-run ninth inning was all the Cardinals needed to post the 8-6 victory and claim the cnferenee championship. The Blackhawks out ihit the Ca.rdinals 13-7 and Grub struck out 15 hitters, but tmtimly errors and 10 bases on balls proved :to be Cheney's d,own- falll. The Chermy ..squad closed (rot the season with a respectable n, wi, rs and .six losses 2or the sc,aon. In the firml statistical wrap- up consistent Monte Pearson was way out in front with a .426 batting average. Pearson's average inciuded 20 hits in 47 trips. Pearson at:so finished the season deadlocked with Steve Swegle in runs scored with 13. R H E Cheney 100 360 10 7 0 Chewelah 000 000 0 3 4 R H E Field *Trip Is Offered For Students The beauty and excitement of mountain wilderness will be- come a classroom this Aumst in a high school summer ge- cl, ogy program which will im elude four d,ys of hin and seeing rock forma,tions, sculp- tured by nature, in the primi- tive areas alon,g the (Jaadian Continental Divide in Waterton Lakes National Park. Two additioral d5s:, far from hghways, along the Gun* sih't Tral'l "m Gher ationaa Park climax the experience for Slokane n,d Oheey area high sob!col boys and girls. Slon,sored by the Spokane Summer High School, the Patricia Carol Jahn, graduated magna rum laude. Miss Jahn will be leaving in about a week for a summer tour o Mexico with a Peace Corps group from the university. Her brother, James, wilt also be in the tour. Vacation Bible Sc:ho,ol will start June 21 and will continue for one week at the Ma,rshal] Ctmrch. The hours will be from 9 a. m. to non. The church will run a bus to pick up the area children. The Prairie Prancers 4-H horse elub will hold its horse show tomorrow, May 29, begin, rang at 10 a. m. a Arndt's Hfl'[crest Stables. At the May meeting of the iWindsor School PTO the fol- lowing offirs were elected for the coming school year: Mrs. Duel, pre,sident; Mrs. Vinhage, vice president; Mrs. Sidel, secretary, and Sgt. Wood, treasurer. Committee chair- men appointed are Mrs. Lo- ell, publdcity chairman; M. arilyn Alf, program chair- man, and Mrs. Frunz, kitchen chairman. Su, nSay guests of the Eugene Aamu we're the Joe Prokops of PulLman. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis be- i eame god parents Sunday with the birth of a child to Mr. and furnished apartment for $50.00 Cheney 000 303 000 6 13 6 Mrs. Vaughn New'man (f Au- 2 bm'n, Wash. The Newm'ans a month. M.L. 000 011 402 8 7 , are [ ..... formerly of Spokane. JANET DAVIS I _ I Sunday guests of he Ed FRESH FROZEN I O Oaradit Draidn J ws were Mrs, Roth and WHOLE BODIED [ [uuuuuv Ir.uua, IMaviilyn' u-utniuu/ FIIIUIP&IF [ By Lana Evans I Jim ,and Kenny Wassenml- PUIFINIT IHIIRIPN I 'let were home to visit their INI%IIIIV 'q, miuq, uuumuig I GIRLS WILL MEET parents over the wee,keId. lL JlmF'_ [ The Girls Cub of Four Cot- Weekerd guests of the Eel g .... ,[ners will meet Wednesday at 1 Blo(nquists were the ....... p.m. at the lme of Mrs. Bill Bergqtgst of. Seattle rO fi Reinhold. Phns will be made on a tvo-monh our of the U. 3otlln fr the comiag year. S. Wednesday evenilg Ne PAPER NAPKINS 60 COUNT 2 for 15c cHuTc"i"00TiAKS lb. 43 VAN CAMP'S Pork & Beans 29 OZ. CANS 5/$1 NORTHERN ROSE Flour 10 lb. bag74c RED RIPE Watermelon 1010 1 lb. average 89c each ROYAL GELATINE 15 pak.. $1.00 WIN Live Mustang or $100 Cash For 7 Weeks or 1965 Ford Mustang the eighth week given away FREE by Thrift Stores in the area. I REUNION HELD Bloomquists journeyed to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom A family reunion was lmM Saturday t Ohe ,home o Mr. aml Mrs. Joe Jhnson. Attend- ing were . nd Mrs. Bob! Mil]er, M. 'and Mrs. Jim Ful- ton and Jerry, and aH the i gramtchildren. NEWS IN BRI------ Mrs. L. K. Evans and I_na and Mrs. F. A. Correctly at- tended graduation services Sarday afternoon at Gonz{a'ga University. Mrs. EvarW niece, Hugell at Post Falls: The armual WSU horse: judg- i lg clinic w'ffi be 'held ths weekend at Yakima.W. Mr. ad Mrs. Jack LeWis will attend. Ladies Circle ,of MavhaU Commurdty Ohuh will meet Tuesdayes at 11 a. m. Ken Bleeker, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Bleeker, was hspi- taized tast weekend in Mis- soul,a, ont., with ,two crushed ''. firgers resulting from a pow- er saw accident. week-long field trip to the In- ternational Peace Parks in AI- beTta and Mor,tna fotlows 10 Gradual regular two-hour geol'o,gy cass, O es taught at Lewis and Clark High School by H. M. Lo,uder- back, Joel E. Ferris High School science instructor, who directs the tour. After se,ssors in wear,ber- ing, mountain buildin,, gllaci- ation .and fossils, the ])aa,t c'lass 1 be the field trip Lo see first hand the eologieal story, the parks have to tell. According to Louderback, each student Who completes the course earns one semester credit in scence. Class sessions are scheduled ['or June 14 Augts 3, 4, 5, and 6, and August 9, 10, 11, 12, a,nd 13. These are followed by the fie,d trip to Waterton Lakes .and Glacier N,a,tonal !Parks August 15 through 21. Reservations are available by contacting Ray A. 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