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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, September 24, 1965 P. J. MILLER INJURED P. J. Miller was injured last Thursday in a car accident. He is in tle Vete.ra.n&apos;s h,spital, Spokane, being cared for and also receiving treatments for pneumonia. PURCHASE SIBLEY HOME Mr. and Mrs. Bbert E. Jones have purchased the Wil- fred Sibley ,home at 222 N. 4th treet. Jons is cata.10uist at argreaves fibray on the EWSC campus. 20 Years Ago "The Services Women/s Club will meet next We4nesday night, St. 26, 'at the Legon rha,ll at the usual hour. They plan to finch ,Mghans for the hospitaIs ,and to arrange to scrod Ch.ritnas boxes to pat- ens of Baxter. The general meeting of the Women's society of the Fed- crated church will be held Sept. 25 at 2 p. m. in the par- os of the Corgregati<mal buiktintg. Bethel 17 of Job's wilt hold a meeting Tuesday eveng, at the Hasonc temple. Hr. and Hrs. A. B. Cutting had a Stmday dinner guests Mrs. r]:en Bmnp, Oa$hy and Bill, Miss Marjorle CUtt end Hr. Sexton of Spokane. M. John Banks eerin- ed her Smaday sch,0ol class t, ast Wednesctay nht for a gt-to- geher dimmr. The. group wed n Suaday Khool ,bootctets in prepamm fQr vlly day net Sunday the Federated ehxrh. Each. olUm pa'ovide erie number on the program. Gibson's Prices 20 Years Ago Salad Drsimg .................... 18 2 8-oz jars Hill's Coffee, 1 Ib ......... 33 Ovaltine, I lb. glass ........ 33 Wheaties, 8 oz. pkg. 10 Tomatoes, flat .................... 69 Butter, 1 Ib ..................... 49c Molasses, qt ..................... 27 HAMS Armour's Shank Ib, 49c Bull Half, Ib .. 5k TRIPLE T Round Steak, lb. Igc GOLD MEDAL Flour .. 10 lbs. 98t MD TOILET Tissue. 12 rolls 83c GOLDEN RIPE Blackhawks Batter Bulldogs; East Valley Nifty Knights Next By Mike Liddoll Bmerging vi, ctorious, 19-14 ,over the Dayto BulMogs., Che- ney's Blackhawks en,ine to disregard pe-seasn predictions. After Saturday's contest this reporter wonders wether this you, ng Blaclawk team  a brany tEe contender, totally ignorant of pre-n pos, or if it is acutely aware ef them and is tryi, ng to stump the eperts by u,mnerci,fMly, and 5rut. aily crushing its opponents. At ,any rate, to keep Rs memen- turn, the CHS eeven will call ,on all avaih,Me respires: 'brain, brawn, ,anger, pride, desire, d spectator suppvrt; when they invade East Valley's fieM Friday night to Clash with the EV Knights. Baclawk arriors on the varpa are n,ot .oo friendly, [but the Knights have ntot [p,roved too Chialos either ]as they beheaded Mead 27-0 land dropped the axe on Medi- cal Lake 26-14. Tailing Dyton 7-0 Satur- day with two m2ntes let in the first half, the BlaclVhawks ,M paydit twice before the gun soun'ded. Timn Shepard plunged over from the two, and Phil C'anath. who caught four pases, rambled in fom the 20 ater receiving a side- hue pas from Tom Cswatfl. A .successful conversio by Shep- ard pu,.hed the score to 13-7 CDreney. The complexima of the game changed, as did that o4 the players, as Dayton foged ahead with a third qu,aer toueldovn and PAT. I{ow'ever, a new application f war pat to blshing, Bhckh, awk cheeks added resh coior ,and new vigor to the vis- itors' game. Ohney blvckers .realizing that Bchawks are ot to be bued by BuIMos, George l0enzveg i,no fire end zone on, a five- yard sl,'ant, puting the ame on .ice fr the viors. Dan Seto again  the defensive uv, i,t with 11 tacldes. ,CMach Hatch is pleased with the -rengt, h of his tenon wch ,lms rune men who play both ways. He hopes Oswa's pass- mg will conirme to ,balance Ch, eney's offenve attack. "Iff we can co.lain Es, Valey's sweeps and profit from prev- ious es, we ca give tlmma run for it. This," is the tughest ame to date." SuCh are the timughts of James 'q"' Hatch. 1, Bck- BOWLING S C o [ Bowlette M :t M 7 1 Bill's Jills 6 2 Kelly's 5 LiPs Curls 4 4 Hillerest 3 5 Bargain Shop 8 5 Gibson's Thriftys 2 6 5 B's 2 6 Hillerest 2675; Bill's Jills 930 ;Vonice Ber, 183, Marcella Moss, 183: Janey Dyck 512. Koffee Kup Keglers Four Question 6 2 Pied Pipers 5 3 Krazy Kates 4 4 Pill Rellers 4 4 Cluster Busters 4 4 E-Plus 1 7 Bananas, lb. .. loci StabornKrazY 201.KateSFirebal141'/5' 743; Hannah PUREX [ Zones Resort S 2 Blea(h I gallon 'F 00ge00il` Hatch ,5 ,3 System Amusement 8 4t/ W Cheney Implement 3 5 200.SIZE Lutheran Chureh 21 5]A Kleenex 5/1 001 61Jones. Resort 3046, 1110; Joe -- - t# Cheney Businessmen Nabisco 7 1 F-gett Bros. 7 I Fire Department 6 2 Cheney Motors 8 3 Wilson Homes 3 G Brown &Holter 2 6 Western Auto I 7 R. O. T.C. 1 7 Wilson Homes 1084. 3068 ; Robert Kole- zar 212; Johrt Mamanakls 597. Cheney Automotive Cher, ey Department Store 8 4 Brown & Holter 8 4 Higgins & Henderson '/ 5 Cheney Auto Prts 7 5 Al's Chevron Station 6 6 Sunset View Ranch 5 e/ Cheney Motors 4 - 8 Dependable Motor Freight 3 9 Higgine & Henderson 3056; Dependable Motor Freight 1081; Willis Matter 606, 226. 5 o'clock Mixed Bell Ringers 6 2 M N M 6 2 Mac Stolp 8 3 4 C'e 4 4 Has Beens " 2 6 Go-Getters 7 Bell Ringers 2252, 798; Waly Beard [;03, 189: Alice Slmler 439 ; Gall Stolp LUMBERJACK Syrupi 21 oz.../St] PLENTY OF PARKING ........ EN9 TO 9 hawls bad better toe the mark they expect to coOL, us their win ring ways. There is no rest or the winner; only lsevs let up. Vikings To Clash With Amber Sep. 30 Betz seventh grade Vikings, coached by Bruce Patterswn. wilt open their fotba,l season wth Amber Thursday, Sept. 30. ,at 1 o'clock on Fishe field. .Patterson, new coach and ffth, sixth, seventh and e$ghth grade lhysiCal ed,ucai(on in- structor at Betz. was an active Blackhawk du.rin.g lis years at Cleney bih sch, ol. HUNTING CLASS TO BE OFFERED A safe .hunting class is be-J ing scheduled for Sonthvest[ Spokane County ,and Cheey. J State hv requires that MII boys and girls under the age of 18 mu'st:,t sceessfuHy cm- plete four lairs o instruction in the safe use of firearns. The class is .scheduled fo Tuesday, Sept. 28, and Thurs- day, Sept. 30, room 26, Jura, or high building, Cbeney. Regis- trao will take llace on the first mbt of instruction Tues- day, Sept. 28, at 6:30 p. m. Per information cont El- don Engel, Cheney. Huskies Loaded For Baylor Bears WaShin,gton's foobH,ers will be loaded for bear--Bay- lot species this Saturday when the two team,s chsh at Waeo, Texas. KiclVoff for the M con- test is set at 7:30 p. m. est. Lo- cally, it wi be aired over KING radio and network sta- tions at 6:30 p. m. This is the second game in a koead,home intesecon- al series between Bayar and WaShgon. Last year, a 0lul Byl, ov team was, seemly defeated at Seattle, 35 to 14. Wasngton Cach Jim Ow- ens doesn't expect to la,e it s,o easy this year. BIG BROWN BUG GETS BLUE RIBBON By Edna Chesver A hobby tlt started a,s a idle pastime grew slowly into a goal in life ,nd a blue ril> ben at the Interstate Fair. Things wl'Aeh used to be mee,ly "a big brown bug" ad a "pretty moth" ha,re be- come Coleoe,ra Cremby- eidae Prionus rtiCO]iS and Lp. ido,pte Sphingidae Amphion n. Gordv CTmever, 12 years old and a seventh grader at , t W&sor schl, .h collected envgh msects to fill five oe- foot by tlree feet boxes. All insects are classified by their scientific names. The amazing prt of the co. leetion is the aet that all but for nseets were colIected ithin a 25 mile radius of his tlmme, which  9 miles nvrth- est of Cheney. ordon started tfis ee- tion at the age of 7  pans to coati,me his wrok through becoain, g an etoml,gist His ,collection s in the Youth SCience Disphy ,at Spokane's Interstate Fair. LETTERS... TO THE EDITOR ..(Continued ,from page one).. should io.t be .expected to serve all community needs for a library. Neither should we Savages Meet Whitworth This Saturday Evening No offensive lineup chang- averaging 213 pounds, will es will be made by coach lave Dave Hansen and Joe nexed and a petition for the of said estate, in which the to settle said estate, distribute ty to the heirs or persons same, ar*d discharge the said Fry, and that Wednesday, the' of October. 1965. at the o'clock a.m., at the Court said Superior Court. in the karts, in said Spokane Counl duly fixed for the hearing and | of said Final Account snd Distribution, at which time any person interested in said appear and file his thereto and contest the same. Dated this 21st day of Gee. E. Fallquist County Clerk of the Superior (Sept. 24-Oct. 8) PHILIP J. TH Suite 808, N. 4407 Division Spokane, Washintgon NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OFi No. 78875 In the Superior Court of Washington. in and for the Spokar, e. In the Matter of the JAMES SULLIVAN, State of Washingtor*, Count)' kane.-- as. ! Notice is hereby giver* Q. Sullivan, the Executor estate, has rendered and tlement to. and filed in the ?ourt of Spokan'e County, State inton his Final Account ss eeutor and a petition for tion of said estate, in which. is asked to settle said Estate the pr)erty to the heirs entitled to the same, and said Executor, and that 19th day of October, the hour of 10 o'clock at the Court room of Court, i) the City of Spokane County. has been depend on grade and gh s:c'h, oo[s to suplly these needs. Surely ,a community the :size f Cheney needs and shld s u'Pl0rt a ca,mmunity pu'blic library. Mr. 'ad Mrs. Donald A. Rss 307 5th St. I am concerned about the great numbe,r of pre-school children in this town and the hek of facilities for them. The new swimmin,g pool was built without proper and sMe pro- visi,on fr these children, The two city parks lack modern play" equipment. There is a woeful tack of nursery, schools in Oheney. One very flood phce to bgin is a public lib- rary with emplmsis on chip dver's booksone that would rmain open when the sch,ools are closed ,and children have time to browse. Mrs. Jane Pitts. 210 6th St. WHY DOES CHENEY NEED A PUBLIC LIBRARY The Cheney As.s,ociation for a Imblic Library is working o- wa,ds a public library in Che- ney. This would provide the eommtLnity with excellent lit- erature and abundant readings mterials at el,1 levels. The most req,uent criticisnl that arises, is. "Why do we need ,a public library in Che- nej when the seh,ool re,dy have ,libraries? .... ouldn't this orfly duplicate the ser- vices offered by the sCtml?" In answer to these questions. may I say that the school lib- racy is set up to meet criteria qute different tha,n that (ff the plrblic hbrary. The school librm'y is ,a learniq resource cerrter where both priRted and mrd'o visual materi,s help the sudents and teachers meet their crriculum needs. R is a teahirg Mboraovy Where libV skills are developed. T,he repon,sibility f, or the ad- mirisartion of the school lib- rary rests with the superin- tendent and :Ms saff. The Ioa,rd of Education provides faei,ties and funds to Ilrantain tiheary srvices that meet state standards. The public library has a re- sporhifity to .Irovde a wide range ,of ,books and services to *al .persons froan ph*ool Dve HOinles in the Eastern Waslgngton SPate CoUege starting team when the Savag- es meet Whitworth CoNege Saturday night at 8 ha Joe Albi Stadium. It will be the opening Ever- green conference flame for bath svh, ool who both had impress:ire season-opening vic- tories last Saturday. Eastern dvwned Western Montana 58-0 in a romp that saw 44 Savage players in ac- tion. Whitworth won 35-13 over Southern Oregon Colllege to set tp a game between two of the coference favoadtes. Bastea-n and Whitworth. along with Central Washn,g- ton State. have been pre-ea- son favorites to take the Evco floe. Central last Saturday betd always powerful H,um- baldt State College of Areata. I Ca,lit.. to a 7-0 win. This week. Central meets Western Wash- I in,glen State. which hold a 12- 0 victory over University of Dritis,h Columbia. After Saturday, the loser of the tstern-Whit encounte.r will lose its status as a con feren.ce favorite. Holmes and his staff, after viewing films of the Western Montana game. decided their original offensive starting se- lections would get the cal again, but aso @ecided on two changes in the defensive start- i'ng team. , Fourteen of hat Saturday's Eastern phyers will not even suit up for the flame with Whitworth. Evco squads are limited to 30 playea's, so Hr. Holmes mus pck, a'er nam- ing the two starting ll's. ony eight substitutes. This is a ta,sk that likely won't be cam- plead until the close of Fri- day's practice session. Saturday's ,game wl he ga, me No. 53 between Whi- worth and Kastern, a series that goes back to 1915 when EWSC was Cheney Normal The Savages have won 31, Whitworth 18. arid three were ties. ]astern's largest winning score was 63'-0 in 1934; Whit- wrh's lrgest, 55-0. in 1954. The Savage offensive line. Mosebar at ends, Alan Land- mark a:nd Keith R, o unly at tackles, Roger Schjelda, hl and Steve Hecker at guaxds, and Lick Langum at center. ]has- ern backs, averaging 188 pounds, will be George Crss, quarterback; Me Snton, hail; Don Strate, fullback, and Ran Lhl, fhnker. I WILLIAM B. IUNKER 905 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. -- I%OTI-----'E TO"'II--" No. 79761 in the Superior Court of the Sla,, of Washington in ami for tne County t{ Spokar, e. In the Matter of the Estate of LYDIA FLINT, deceased. Notiro is hereby iven that he urler- siznl has been appointed Administra- trix with the Will Annexed of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all per- sons having claims against said de. ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers upon the undersigned at 905 Paulser, Building Spokane, Washington or upon William B. Iur*ker, the attorney of record at his office at 905 Paulsen Building, Spokar., Washington and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washingtor within six months after the first publicatior* of this notee or they will be forever barred.. Date of' the first publication of this notice is 24th (lay of September, 1965. Josephine Sloat Administratrix with the Will Annexed of the above estate. William B. Iunker Attorrmy 905 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Sept. 24-Oct. 8) l. G. LUSCHER 808 Northown Office Bldg. Spokane, Washington NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. V9580 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingtor* in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Guardianship of LUCY C. SHIELDS, Incompetent. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has beer appointed and has qual- ified as guardian of the property and person of Lucy C. Shields, Incompetent person; that all persons having claims agair, st said Lucy C. Shields are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said guardia* or her attorney of rec- old at the address below sted, and file the came with the Clerk of said Court, i together with proof of such service with- in six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication, September 24th. 1965. William Gordon Luseher, Attorney for Guardiar. Suite 808 Northtown Bldg., North 4407 Divisior* St., Spokane, Wash. (Sept. 24-Oct. 8) Richter, Wimberley & Erlcasn 708 ONB Bldg., Spokane 1, Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE for the hearin, g and Fir*el Account, at which any person interested ir* appear and file his ins" thereto and contest the Ds, ted this 20th day of Gee. E. Fallquist, County Clerk of tbe Superior By Harry Heizen, DeputY, (Sept. 24-Oct. 8) CLAUSEN & 702 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane NOTICE TO No. 80047 In the Superior Court of of Washington, in aud for of Spokane. In the Matter of the i LIDDIE WILLIAMS, Notice i hereby given that signed has been appointed of the above estate in this has qualified accordingly. persons having claims ceased are required to serve verified, with the undersigned at E. 2329 kane, Washington upon sen the attorney of at 702 Fidelity Building, it, glen, and file such proof of such service in the clerk of the above court Spokane, Washington. within: after the first publication of or they will be forever Date of the first notice is 24th day of Marguerite Gumenberg, the above estate. Paul A. Clauser* Attorney 702 Fidelity Bldg.. Spokane, ! (Sept. 24-Oct. 8) WILLIAM n. 905 Pauisen Bids, NOTICE TO No. 79654 In the Superior Court Washington in and for the Spokane. In the Matter of the ROY A. CAMPBELL, Notice is hereby given signed has been ] of the above estate in this qualified accordingly, and persons having claims ceased, are required to verified, with necessary the undersigned at 905 Spokane, Wsahingto or B. Iunker the attorney of office at 905 Paulser Bldg.* Wash., and file such claim of such service in the Clerk of the above Court of Spokane, Washington, months after the first this notice, or they will barred. Date of the first notice is 24th day of William B. Iunker above estate. William B. Iunker Attorney i 905 Paulser Bldg., Spokane, (Sept. 24-Oct. 8) B. J. 424 First NOTICE TO No. 79971 In the Superior Court of Washington for the Count No. 76593 In the Matter of the In the Superior Court of the State of RUSSELL T. HOOP Washington in and for the County of reased. Spokane. lotiee is hereby given In the Matter of the Etate *d signed has been aipo: HAROLD LAWRENCE, deceased, of the above estate in this State of Washington, County of Spo- qualified aceqrdingly, and kane.--ss, sons having elain Notice i, hereby given that M. Vivian ceased are required to serve Fry, the Administratrix with Will an- verified, with necessary next" of the above estate, has rendered the undersigned at Amber, and presented for settlement to, and filed or upor, Bernard J. in the Superior Court of Spokane County. ney of record at his office State of Washirgton her Final Account wood Building, Spokane, as such Administratrix, with the Will an- arid file such claim age through adul*trood. It is a complete separate entity from the sehovl library with separ- ate financial su,;)port and its orn b0erd of administration. S0h0 lhravies should nt be cap, rued with p,blie l'ib- rary services. The puMic lib- ra,.and hvM li.brary suple- me.'eaCh other but do not splan each other. Cten,e Ki,ngstly toCURE iv, URE / GIVE MORE to AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY Good Used Washers and Dryers $25 and up USED TV'S . . $15 AND HIGHER Holmes Hardware --I STUDENTS 9-17-i0-i Try an Eastern Burger Double meat, double cheese and ham on French bread with Fries, 90c lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise .................................................................... ICE COLD BEVERAGES SERVED AT The Red Barn Eating House FAMOUS FOR FRENCH DIP SANDWICHES FIRST & G STREETS I I I I I such service in the office of the above Court at the k.ane. Washington, within after the first publication ties or they will be Date of the first notice ts 24th day of Alvilda Hoopingarner the above estate. Bernard J. Gallagher 805 Sherwood Bldg., (Sept. 24-0ct. CLARENCE M. 317 Symon Bldg., NOTICE TO No. /0980 Im the Superior Court of Washingto in and for tlut Simkane. In the Matter of the ANGELINE W. Notice Is hereby given signed has l,e of the above estate in has qualified aceordi*gly, versons havin claims deceased are required to duly verified, with ers, upon the undersigned Rowan' Avenue, Spoke, e, upon Clarence M. of record at his office at Building, Spokane, Washhl such claim with service in' the Clerk of the above Court $ of Spokane, Washington, months after the i this notice, or they barred. Date of the first notice is 24th day of Helmet M. Sampson the above estate. Clarence M. George 317 Symons Bldg., Spokane,. (Sept. 24-Oct. $1 FRANK J. W. 1221 Knox Avenue, NOTICE TO No. 80046 In the Superior Court Washington in am1 for Srkane. In the Matter of the OTILLIE E. Not|ce is hereby signed has been of the above Court and has qualified that all persons havin said deceased are required to duly verified with upor* the undersigned at in&to or uln Frenk J. ny of record at his Knox Ave., Spokane file such claim such service in the office of the above court at the Washington within six first Imbltcation of this will be forever barred. Date of +he first notice is 24th day of Marvir E. Becker. above estate. Frank J. Blade W. 1221 Knox Av, (Sept. 24-Oct.