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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Thursday, Sept. 12, 1985 tion Lauritsen honored by AA Second place Cheney High Schoors Mike Wallace dispays the Spokane Interstate Fair's reserve champion hog. The pig, bought by Don McMillan of Grantie Lake and Darigold Feeds, brought 90 cents a pound at auction. The Fair continues in Spokane through this week• t Your Library by Ellen Hargrove Kids, remember you can come to the library today (Sept. 12) to enjoy our book-making workshop. If you don't have a ticket, call first, there may be a place for you. Lots of new, exciting books were received at the library this week. They include: A VIEW OF TIlE FAI,LS: AN IL- LUSTRATED HISTORY OF SPO- KANE by William Stimson: This home- town author narrates a thorough and entertaining history of the Spokane area. Numerous photographs depict what life was lLke in Spokane from its founding to the present. THE GREAT TOWNS OF THE WEST by David Vokac: A very useful guide to "The West" which in this instance is bounded by New Mexico and California on the south and British Columbia and Alberta on the north. Information on 50 cities includes a brief history of the town, a weather chart, and a listing of attractions, restaurants, lodgings, and nightlife, SKI TRAILS OF THE INLAND EM- PIRE by Phil Barto: A handy guide to cross-country ski trails in the Spokane area including Priest Lake, Idaho, N.E. Washington, Sandpoint, Idaho and others. Each entry includes informa- tion on the ability of the skier, length of the trail, time to travel the trail, maintenance, access, and a description of the trail. CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING RIC, tIT by William Hall: This official book of the Professional Ski Instructors of America discusses selection and care of equipment, pre-ski conditioning, learn- ing right, competition, and ski touring• Well written with good illustrations. MARRIE D PEOPLE STAYING TO- GETIlER IN Tile AGE OF DIVORCE by Francine Klagsbrun: Drawing on interviews with dozens of successful couples and from her own experience in a long lasting marriage, the author comments on such matters as inti- macy, power and dependencies, kids and couples, and crisis• ROCK GUITAR edited by Jon Sie- vert: A practical introduction to the technique and art of playing rock guitar. Chapters include information on getting started, rhythm, lead and solo guitar, and stylistic techniques. by Lori l,epski A donation from the Spokane chapter of the American Association of Univer- sity Women to the AAUW Educational Foundation has been made in honor of Cheney resident Catherine Lauritsen for her diligent and consistent service to AAUW. l,auritsen is a member of the Cheney Potpourri Section of AAUW and has been a Cheney representative to the AAUW Spokane Board for several years. She has been the cultural inter- est and international relations repre- sentative, has served on the scholarship committee and has spent many hours collecting used books, pricing them and assisting at the AAUW annual used book sale. Frog Hollow 4-H member Kelly Edwards auction off a pig he had raised. The auction took place Monday, Sept. 9, at the Spokane Interstate Fair. Edwards is a student at Cheney High School. Cheney School Lunch Menu Monday, Sept. 16--Enchilada, mexi corn, almond coffeecake, applesauce• Tuesday. Sept. 17--Baked lasagna, creamy cole slaw, raised cornmeal roll, fresh grapes• Wednesday, Sept. Is--Pizza boys, dill Funds from the annual book sale are used for scholarship grants. Mrs. Mar- jorie Wickenhagen, a resident of Chen- ey, was one of the nine who received a scholarship this year. Mrs. Wicken- hagen is a junior at the Intercollegiate School of Nursing and a full-time nurse aide in the labor and delivery depart- ment at Deaconess Medical Center. Jung-Won Hahn, a recipient of a national AAUW Educational Founda- tion scholarship, is a graduate student at Eastern Washington University. She is studying for a master's degree in English as a second language. Mrs. Hahn is one of 35 international students on leave from her position of assistant professor in the department of English at Mokpo National College, Mokpo, Chennom, Republic of Korea. She is a member of the Korean counterpart of AAUW. AAUW is open to any woman who has graduated from a four year college or university. It promotes equality for women, education and self-develop- ment over the life span, and positive societal change. Branch meetings are held on the first Saturday of each month from October through May. Prospec- tive members and guests are invited to attend these meetings. For further chosen from a field of 980 applicants to information please call the Record-A- L: receive this award. The applicants Phone at 838-0177. In Cheney call Laurit come from 21 foreign countries. Hahn is 235-6439. Asthma support group meets Sep00' Services for Spokane School District 81, will be speaking on "Taking Asthma Medications at School and How to Deal with the School System Effectively." Asthma is a disease which robs five percent of our children in America of the right to breathe freely. It can leave them short of breath and grasping for air. "Not only can asthma be scary for a parent, available information is frequently confusing and contradict- ing," stated Sara Swanson of the Lung For those whose children have asth- ma, sharing with other parents can be of great benefit. The American Lung Association of Washington and Dea- coness Medical Center will be holding their monthly support group meeting for parents of children with asthma. The meeting will be held Thursday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. at Deaconess Medical Center in Sherwood Hall's Formal Lounge. Carol Kerkering, director of Health Association's Spokane the Lung Association kn _oJ problems and frustratiol in dealing with asthma al group was designed to_q individual needs of the _P; The purpose of pAI I Asthmatic Kids} is to leal asthma management fr: . ers and to share ideas with other parents. To call Sara at the Lung 467-6522. HEALTHBEA T Fear of dentists can be overco00 At the prospect of visiting the dentist, 50 million Americans will react in one of two ways: They will go reluctantly, or they won't go at all. Fear of the dentist is widespread, but it can be overcome, according to Dr. Phil Weinstein, University of Washing- ton I UW) associate professor of com- munity dentistry and a psychologist in the Dental Fears Research Clinic• Mainly, Weinstein advocates using biofeedback, hypnosis, relaxation, and breathing techniques. Fearful patients should shop around for a dentist who is willing to work with them on their problem, Weinstein said. Spend time getting to know and trust your dentist. Ask him or her to explain what each procedure will feel like. Agree on a signal for stopping, and become major ones requiring extensive dental work. While you may never learn to enjoy dental visits, you can learn to handle them. What people fear most certain procedures and the loss of control, Weinstein said. Together, & ting children off to lk therefore, is important. first visit to the dentist s li early as age two or thr;{' work is likely to be nee and the early visits will ; & lifelong routine. If you are afraid of th may communicate that child Consider askio0000" a arrange to take a break every few friend or relative to People who avoid the dentist run the risk of having minor dental problems minutes. You may wish to start with child to the dentist. If yo0 short appointments, child, it's probably best Di Some people find that distractions the treatmentarea. Soroe such as listening to music are helpful, be more comfortable wi/ Others dislike being, distracted, and tist, a dentist who specia is pain, want to know what s happening to ingchildren. _ : l ;s of them Health Beat is pro,,I  a Lk ,r, Many adult fears are rooted in University of Washingt.]i !s p: to uan ld'nformaU°]' " . . • ! )y el .al " ! "Each treatment in our clinic is patients and dentists can take steps to Licensing. Department mix. vegetables, ice phobics.reduce the panic experienced by dental Thursday, Sept. lg--Cheezy wiener "Each , **. NOTICE offers b=k=ng classes wrap, catsup, cheezy hash browns, tailored to the individual patient,' crisp green salad, cinnamoncrispie. Weinstein explained. "The patients ' All photos brought in to the Chen Y. Friday, Sept. 20--Salisbury steak, play a key role in their treatment. They e parslied potatoes, cracked wheat roll, havea lot of contro]. They tell uswhen  Press before Sept. 1, 1985, and not pl tyTph:oW::hingttheMDt:;aCYt2eStf:f M°:(:r:fycCtsU:lr:';:v°:edhb;l:l' fruit, chocolate milk. tObegin.,,stop, and more importantly, when to  up by Oct. 1, 1985, will be discard Licensing is sponsoring two courses dealers. LUNCH MENU Much of the work in the Dental Fears "g" [1 SPONSORED BY" Clinic is diagnostic--"really under- "3(" We will only keep photos for two mo for motorcycle riders. The Motor- cycle Rider Course and the Better Biking Program are available in various locations around the state and the theme is "The more you know the better it gets," according to a Licensing Department release. The Motorcycle Rider Course is a 20-hour program developed for be- ginning riders. Certified Motorcycle Safety Foundation Instructors teach eight hours in the classroom and 12 FRANKLIN CHENEY PLAZA The Better Biking Program is an eight-hour curriculum for the more advanced cycle rider. Skills in brak- ing, countersteering, turning and obstacle avoidance are covered in the classroom and on the range: Participants must bring their own motorcycles. For the rider course nearest you, call toll-free 1-800-447-4700. These courses are presented in cooperation with Motorcycle Safety Foundation. Rates as low as: ¼% % Rate A.RR.* Drop by or call any branch or mortgage office. Washington Mutual  Equal Housing Lender Rate for September 5 1985. Rate subiect to change Rate may be Iocked-'in at application or approval. *Annual percentage rate may vary yearly due to rate adjustments, standing the basis of the fear and how BEN the patient deals with it," according to Weinstein. His goal is to help the patient find better ways of dealing with fears. ,, The UW clinic uses drugs as neces- sary, to help control anxiety and physiological arousal. But drugs are used only as an adjunct to the treat- ment. "Drugs don't solve the problem, but they can help," Weinstein said. 304 lYt St. 235-6131 .¶, • ;':. • .. : Boss's Day Send a message to your boss in our Oct. 17th issue of the Cheney Free Press. You can also supply us with your favorite photo. Call for costs and details. Deadline is Monday, Oct. 14th CONTACT Barbara 235-6185 Please put name on all pictures 1855 1st St. Cheney Free Press j iii I kept gaining the same 20 ; 11 th=stin00 F&M Business Center 235-2600