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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, September 3, 1965 Only 5 Letteen Among 36 Football Players At Cheney High This Year ,Coach Jim started his Cheney Ugh school ootb,atl squad's scrimmage Aug. 25 with only five retttrnin,g letter- men ad mostly sophomores. Less than hal of the 37 grid- men turNrg out are upper chssmen. Hatch said the Biackhawks would need a lot of work be- fore their first game Sept. 11 here with Quincy. Hatch start- ed getting the boys into shape with two pravtices daffy and from row urrtil sc%ool opens practices a,re once a dy ex- cept Surday and Monday (La- bor day). Hatoh's saff is complete with Fred Rsenzweig and Dick Daugherty, nmv tYeh- mn coach, ssisting. Five Lettermen Return Leermen returnin,g are Doug Orlob, senior; Pat Sharp, Phil Conrath, Tom Os- vad and George Rosezweig, juniors. Others turning out this year are Stan Cruse, Jerry Fli'kke, Dan Soto and Rex Harke, sen- iors; Roy Woo, Pat Snqapp, Roy M, onson, Ken,, Jerry Hudson, Pete Rohde, Dan Sim- chuk, Jim Ca.rlen and Emery Hills, jumors. Sophomores include Mike Mos:man, Bob Cra,bb, Timm Sh, epard, Wayne Foland, G,ary Holmes, Bob Loomer, Dance Simpson, Clark Jordan, Ricky RaLph, Phil Stiffler, Warren Frunz, Les }arris, Ron Nicol. Dou,g Wi]son, Tom W hitfielJ, Steve Foos, Barry Aronson, J&ek Eyre and Randy Wynn. Coach Hatch said there has been no serious injuries dur- ing pactices so far, just the u,sual bumps artd bruises. Cheney Schools To !Open September 8 (Continued from page one) grade 2; Madelon Jordan, grade 2; Agnes Lorinski, grade 2; Frances A. Roth, grade 2; Ethel M. Beckwith, grade 3; Marie D. Ray, grade 3; Edith H. Evans, grades 3-4; Vir#nia M. Hair, grade 4; Roy J. Hoer- her, Jr., grade 4; Dale Aebly, grade 5; Wacta Z. Svegle, grade 5; Dennis W. AnOmny, :grade 6; Ch,arles F. Zimmer- man, grade 6; Geo,rge Huff- man, boys' physical education, grades 7-8; Nel Y. Kimball, gir}s' physical edueatio,n; Wan- da M. Li,pscomb, guidance, grades 7-8; Grace A. All, grade 8; and Lloyd J. Wardi,an, grade 8. Four Lakes Elementary D e]bert A. Spear, head teacher, grades 5-6; Carmela M. Contos, grades 1--2, ar 1-6; ida M. Phillips, grades 3-4, mu- sic 1-6. Garden Springs Harry A. Casselman, prrin,ei- pal and grade 6; Veva M. Skow, grade 1; Lois E. Lud- wick, grades 2-3; Myrtle A. Sie- gert, grades 3-4; and James H. McAdam, grade 5. Special Personnel Special personfnel: Ric,h,ard D. Dierckins, visiting tea,thor; Ivern. L. Roll'o, speech thera- pist, Harold W. Harvey, in- strumental music; Warren G. Gordon, Elementary libraries coordirtator; Catherine King's- 1:, Elementary librarian; Bet- ty Smith, ElemenCary ibrary clerk. Office personnel in.elude Lowell Poore, business man- ager; Dorothy R. Cicero, ad- ministra{ive secre,tay; Mildred Mon,tague, clerk4ypis.t and Jo- Ann Ableman, bokke,p, in,g and payroll clerk: Gail L]ddell and Frances Huhes, high school secretaries; Berneal Shepard, Betz secre,tary; Lena Con, aehen, G,arden Springs sec- rotary; Margaret R. Senge, Sunset secretary and Evelyn MorAague, Windsar s, ec,retary. * llew$ 0t * * Area $ervkemen * Navy's 65 specialty fields he will enter on completion of re- cruit training. Physical fitness training, drill, naval cus:toms and cour- tesies, water survival, first aid, personal hygiene, sea- manship and general naval or- ientation will highlight the first three weeks of his transi- tion from civilian to military life. The Naval Training Center trains 68,000 sailors each year in its Recruit Training and Service School Commands. Seaman Recruit Sherman Guzman, USN, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman O. Monger of Cheney, reported July 29 to the Recruit Training Com- mand, U. S. Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif., for nne weeks of basic training. During his early days of tra,n,ing he will receive a ser- ies of aptitude examinations to determine which of the Horses to Run At Playfair Track Friday, Sept. 3 Thoroughbred racing re- turns to the Inland Empire Friday, Sept 3, when Pl, ayfair Race Course, resplendent in a "new look," opens a 41-day fall meeting. A four-day h.oliday weekend will begin the $2,000 added d,icap on clim,axin,g the ning. Post time for ing day program 2:30 p. m., while the Sunday and Labor will begin ,at 2 The $1,500 Premiere taken last seas,on by coated Idaho-owned Dr. Corona, again light the inaugural TWO other Playfair Express, furlongs, and he Basin Handicap, a signment for will feature the Sunday pregrams. Racing Keller, who will estimated $360,000 a new high, during has screened over oughbreds, the equine assemblage to such northwest Smogy Dew, 1964 meeting," Gold Aflt, Table Legs, Swept Briar. h Ch.eney's high school football coach, Jim Hatch, and hts Blackl',awks are hard al work in preparation for the season opener only one week away against Quincy. The community takes this way of saying "good luck, Blackhawks, and go et 'em m 1965." "A" Team Schedule Sept: 11-Quincy at Cheney, 7:30 Sept. 18-Cheney at Dayton, 1:30 Sept. 24-Cheney at E. V" 8 p. m. Oct. 1-Deer Park at Cheney, at 8 Oct. 8-Cheney at Colville at8 Oct. 15hewelah at Cheney t 8 Oct. 22-Mead at Cheney at 8 Oct. 29-M. L. at Cheney at 8 Nov. 6--Cheney at Colfax at 7 p. m. "B" Schedule BACK the 'BLACK HAWKS \\; Sept. 20-E. V. atCheney,3:30 p. m. Sept: 27-Cheney at Mead, 3:30 Oct. 4--Cheney at E'V., 3:30 p. m. Oct: 11heney at M. L., 4p. m. Oct: iS-Mead at Cheney, 3:30 Oct. 25-M. L. atCheney, 4 p..m These Cheney merchants join the Community in offering Good Luck to the Bla, Eddy's Shoe Shop gd Huller Cheney Auto Parts gait 2 Al's Auto Parts New and Ud Parts Union Oil of California M. A. Malmoe Ben Franklin Store Complete Vartety Store Continental Oil Dist. Ray Evereon Gibson's Thrift Store John Gibn Wallace Grain Saver Reel E. W, Gesehke Bairs IGA Store Groceries at Low Cost Cheney City Light Dept. Live Better Electrically Weigei's Bakery Cheney Implement Ted MvMtan Brown & Holter Motors Chevrolet--Oldsmobile Grange, Supply Co.  Favrns Headquarters Boots' Insurance Agency 2354453 Victor Wilson Agency Insurance---Real Estate A & W Drive-In Bonnie and Glover Black Chet's Flowers Greenhouse on the Highway Ed Doter Agency Ileal gste -- Irurance Smith Jewelers Jewelry, Watches & Repair Cheney Drug Prescription Specialists Hometown Hdwe. Norval Holmes Marshall Wells Store Edgett Bros. Cheney Dept. Store A Complete Clothing Store Cheney Grain Growers Cheney Feed & Fuel Shell Oil Distributor Harry Bryceson Standard Oil Distributor A1 Haskins Owl Pharmacy A Complete Drug Store Mosman's Men's & Women's Clothing OK Rubber Welders Gale Bower Kelly's Tavern Dale and Marcella Moss Cheney Building Supplies Norm Hove Bob Wilson Homes For Better Living Cheney Bowl Dyck Bros. The Malt Shop The Fergusons Cheney Motor Co: Plyouth Sales Service Cheney Branch Bank Seattle First National Cheney Free Press ervlng S. W. Spokane County Cheney Telephone Co. For Courteous Service Ed's Conoco Service Ed BaiUe Maddux Cleaners-Tailors Mr. and Mrs. Reese Maddux Jack H. Crabb Central Life Insurance The Bargain Shop New ad Used Items 235-4744 Pastime Tavern A1 Steen Widner's Beauty Shop Leona Widner Fireside Restaurant 235-4492 Ratcliffe Company Ford Sales & Service Bill's Tavern FRANCIS Al's Chevron Station let & D Stree Floyd's Texaco Service Floyd Fink Mirror Barber & Beauty Shop. -- 120 College Ave. The Beehive Chris and Art Model Barber & Beauty Shop -- 112 College Ave. The College Inn Fay & Harvey Ashburn M-N-M Drive-In Jim Wills City Dry Cleaners Fast, Careful Service Chuck's Shell Service Phone 235-6558 Pete The Painter (Pete Heideeker)