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7 il ;il Betty Seymour netted these fish in mid-June at West Medical Lake. The lake re-opens for a late season, Sept. 1-30. fishing Sept. 1 page 6) Bernie's Resprt three and a half have had success lures, baited with ; the whereabouts s are Finding trout fished close to the blRECTORY ............. 299-3830 ................ 299-3717 .............. 299-5129 Lake e Resort ..... 299-3921 Lake ........... 299-4121 Silver Lake Picnic Pines Resort ........... 299-3223 Bernie's Last Resort ........... 299=7273 Chapman Lake Dybdoll's Resort .............. 523-2221 Amber Lake Docker's Resort ..... (Closed this year) Williams Lake Bunker's Resort ............... 235-5212 Williams Lake Resort ......... 235-2391 Fish Lake Myers' Resort & D.J.'s ........ 235-6367 Badger Lake Fuller's Resort ................ 235-2331 Lewis Bros. Resort ............ 235-2341 Fishtrap Lake Fishtrap Lake Resort .......... 235-2284 Downs Lake Downs Lake Resort ............ 235-2314 Sprague Lake Sprague Lake Resort .......... 257-2864 ALASKA SEA FOOD UCK LOAD FOOD SALE ) BARBECUE SIZE WHOLE SALMON $2.99 LB. SNAPPER FILET $2.49 LB. HALIBUT STEAK $4.29 LB. OYSTERS $3.99 LB. JUMBO SHRIMP AVAILABLE I[)RE ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM IOtJRS 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. ext to the Cheney Flea Market D, SEPT. 1, 1982 MARKET ON WHEELS Buns & Bums wins event A weekend of good weather and great sports combined to make Jake's First Annual Jack 'n Jill Slow-Pitch Tourna- ment a great success, said Timm Shepard, Director of Medical Lakes Parks and Recreation Department. Tournament Director Mel Miller and representatives from Jake's Steak Pit, Howard Jorgenson and Fred Tanner, were on hand to coordinate the activi- ties of the 12 teams from Medical Lake, Cheney and Spokane which partici- pated in the weekend competition. First-place honors went to Medical Lake's Buns and Bums team while Jake's Steak Pit secured a second-place trophy for their hometown. Fred Ward Trophy from Spokane finished third with Cheney's Farmers and Merchants Bank securing a fourth-place finish. Most valuable player awards were given to Diane Shaw of Farmers and Merchants Bank, and Earl Leland of Buns and Bums. Home run leaders were John Gould with three and Dave Jones with two. Both men played for the Elegant Egg Scramblers of Cheney. Other leaders were John Musser with two homers for the Baptist Church in Medical Lake and Barry Brumgard with two for the Buns and Bums. Other teams which participated in the tourney were the Wagon Wheel from Medical Lake and the Happy Time Tavern, Wendy's Hamburgers, Pieroni's Restaurant, St. Lukes Hospi- tal and Lilac Lanes, all of Spokane. Moore graduates First Lt. Michele E. Moore, daughter of retired Col. Thomas L. Moore of 10 Bridle Lane, St. Louis, has graduated from U.S. Air Force pilot training, and has received silver wings at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas. The fully-qualified pilot will now fly the T-37. Her husband, Air Force 1st Lt. Leo M. Moore, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Moore of 1716 Fifth St., Cheney. c 03 "5 _c 8 m _5 :c The savings passbook has helped more people save more money than any other device developed by mankind. And now. Lincoln Mutual offers passbook savers a much-deserved reward. YOUR ILEWARD: FREE CHECKING. Just bring us your old passbook so we can transfer your funds to Lincoln. Keep $1,000 or more in your new Dart tourney set Gunning for the big bucks and a shot at national competition, more than 350 people are expected to attend the Second Annual Labor Day Dart Tournament sponsored by the Associated Students of Eastern Washington University, Sept. 3-5. More than 86 trophies and $5,000 in prize money will be awarded to participants in the event. Dartiers are expected from the Northwest and Utah, Montana and Northern California this year, according to Art Martin, coordinator of student activities and director of this year's tourney. The Labor Day Tournament is family-oriented with scheduled events for juvenile singles games and a Pro-Am event in which an adult and juvenile team up for competitive play. Last year's tourney included 12 juvenile participants and sponsors hope more young dart-throwers will enter this year. One of the highlights of this year's tournament will be the Region 10 Master Playoffs. Each dart association in Region 10 (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Northern California) is sending a representative to the Master's Playoff. The associations pay $100 for each representative sent. The winner of the Playoff will recieve an all-expense paid trip to San Francisco to compete in the Western United States Playoff. The West Coast winner of the playoff will join the Eastern United States winner in a trip to London for the News of the World Tournament -- the most prestigious tournament in the world of darting. In addition to the big-name competition, veterans of last year's Dart Classic will be returning to defend their title. 1981's open singles champion Dick Karvoski from Enterprise, Ore., will appear. Karvoski and his wife Jan will also be defending their title in the mixed doubles event in which they won $240 last year. Cheney's own "Snuggers" will defend their title in the 4-person team event which won them trophies and $400 in last year's competition. Team members are Art "The Dart" Martin, Bob Bowen, Ken Krueger, manager of Showalter's Tavern, and Vern Westerdahl. Thursday, August 26, 1982 Cheney Free Press The Inland Empire Labor Day Dart Classic II is sanctioned by the American Dart Organization (ADO). This means that individuals winnig the various events will receive points which apply toward their national standing. TIMES OF EVENTS Friday-- Saturday-- Sunday-- 8 p.m. Blind Draw Doubles 10 a.m. Master's Playoff Region 10 11 a.m. Ladies Singles 11 a.m. Pro-Am 3 p.m. Mixed Trios 7 p.m. Open Doubles 10:30a.m. Juvenile (under 18) 11 a.m. 4 Person Teams 3 p.m. Open Singles 5 p.m. Consolation Singles 7: 30 p.m. Mixed Doubles Page 7 Flamer finishes officer class Second Lt. Keith R. Flamer, son of Richard E. and Arlene B. Flamer of 915 Summit Dr., Cheney, has completed a field artillery officer basic course at the U.S. Army Field Artillery School, Fort Sill, Okla. During the course, students gained proficiency in artillery techniques and were introduced to new weapons and doctrine. His wife, tteathe, is the daughter of Bruce and Mary Ann Snow of Rte. 2, Chanty. Our public servants should be commended. We extend our appreciation to the Cheney Police Officers for their efficiency in keeping a good eye on our home this summer while we were on vacation. Thank you very much. Judy & Bill Bridges many cards, flowers and prayers during my recent stay in the hospital. Lincoln savings account and >x)u can also get free interest bearing checking. You'll enjoy the same conveniences you've come to expect from passbook accounts--instant access to your money, the high- est interest rate alh)wed by law, plus FDIC insurance to a new passbook or statement savings account with at least $1,000 and maintain that savings balance. So if you'd like to save on checking service charges while )u'w saving for the future, come to Lincoln Mutual. And save by the book. .Aii Lincoln accounts are insured $100,000. And you'll save $60 av--.,t to $ by the FI)IC. a year in checking fees at the same time. 00fyou don't have a, pass- II LimNl. n Mutual book to trade in, you'can still . [   get free checking. Just open I nk fliu.s. [atmuh. ',lemk: ],[ l( 304 First Street,Cheney The Beehive Restaurant Et Lounge 108 'G' Street - Cheney Piano Bar- 7:30 pm Choice Steaks Rib, T-Bone or Filet 6.95 until 12- Fri. 8 Sat. Roast Turkey and Dressing with Giblet Gravy, Soup or Salad $3.25 2 for $6 or 4 for $10 TRY OUR SEAFOOD RANCHER BREAKFAST DINNERS Ham, Bacon & Sausage plus 2 Eggs, Biscuits & Gravy. from $3.95 Served all day$3.25 Cheney churches Cheney Christian Church Cheney Community Church 525 5th St, 3rd  Pine 235-4841 Corner of 5th t D Sts. SUNDAY Services: Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Bible School 10:00 a.m. Worship Hour 11':00 a.m. Classes for all ages. Evening Bible Hour 7:00 p.m. Morning Worship and WEDNESDAYS Communion 11:00 a.m. Family Night 7:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Youth Claire Richards, Pastor Meeting 6:30 p.m. 235-6825 Choir Practice Sun., 9:15 a.m. John Myers, Pastor Phone 235-8368, 235-4148 United Methodist Church of Cheney 4th and G Streets 235-4600 Summer Worship Schedule Morning Worship 9:00 a.m. Gregory K. Jackson, Pastor 2354940 Nursery Care Provided Cheney Baptist Church 2nO  Oakland SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:55 a.m. Training Union 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m. Pastor Robert Thomason 235-6400 Cheney Adventist Church 1 mile north on Highway 904 Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Saturday Worship 11:00 a.m, Family Night Wed., 6:30 p.m. Pastor Larry Unterseher 235-6000 2994925 Emmanuel Lutheran Church 639 Elm St. 235-6300 Worship 9 a.m. Pastor Philip H. Maakestad St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church Sixth and Annie Place Masses: Sat. 5:30 p.m. Sun. 9:00 El- 11:00 a.m. Holy days (as announced) Confession: Sat. 4:00-5:00 p.m. Father John Oosterman 235-6229, 838-8069 Faith Center Foursquare Gospel Church 216 6th Sunday 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Steve Perry, Pastor -- 235-4402 Cheney Assembly of God Meeting at Marshall Campus Center, Fourth 8- F Sunday School 9:30 a,m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Evening Service 6:00 p.m. Call about Mid-Week Service Duane Thomas, Pastor 235-5247 Cheney Church of the Nazarene College Access Road SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m Choir Practice 4:45 p.m. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. (Nursery available for all services) WEDNESDAY Adult Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Teen Bible Study 7:00 p,m, J. C. Pults, Pastor 235-6621 Terry Cummings, Associate Pastor 235-8993 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter:Day Saints Murphy Road 235-8804 First Ward Sacrament 9:00 a,m. Sunday School 10:20 a.m. Priesthood, Relief Society Et Youth Meetings 11:10 a.m. Bishop Arvel Hemenway 235-5123 Second Ward Sacrament 1:00 p.m. Sunday School 2:20 p.m. Priesthood, Relief Society El" Youth Meetings 3:10 p.m. Bishop Roy Barnes 235-4608 United Church of Christ 423 N. 6th 235-4193 Adult Fellowship Monthly Nursery Care 9:45-11:15 Worship Service 10 a.m. Rev. H. Bodle 2354969 235-4193 St. Paul's Episcopal Church Corner 7th Et C St. Holy Eucharist Et Church School 11:00 a.m. (Babysitting provided) Rev. Caryl Marsh 235-6150