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Page 8 Oheney Free Press Frid, ay, October 1, 1965 LAYING IT ON THE LINE--Coach Jim Hatch and assistant Fred Rosenzweig are lay- ing it on the line for Cheney Blackhawk&apos;s defensive action in Friday night's game at Fisher Fieid with Deer Park. The Hawk's earlier victories over Quincy and Dayton were overclouded by their loss to East Valley last Friday. j Zimmerman Winner i In Stock Car Races I Roger Zhnmernmn of Che- !hey wound up in see'end place l in his chss o.f stock car racin at the Spskane fairgrounds. t LeRoy Wimmer, Spokane, by Dave's Auto Chavlcs Prentiee's tion. Alan Cook was pitmen. The largest number veterans in the are World War II u'on firl place. ]They number 15 I In the Grater Island Empire average 45.5 years of Stock Car Ass'n. ears are lim-I Youngesl surviving ited lo m0dcls from 1950 to / are the 5.7 million , !957. Both first and see0nd the Korean Conflict. pla,ce winners out e,f 28 on- one million of them try's wre '57 Fords.  service in World War Zimmcrman was s,p,o,nsored avera, ge age is 35 Fireside and Flame Room 809 First, Cheney Try our Merchant's Lunch . . . : Even if you aren't one 85c NOTICE I will rm,t be rest)onsib,le for dbts other than th,,e tran,s- acted by mysetf. Opal Hend- ricksn, MedeN Lake, Wush. olp 20 Years Ago Mrs. I.toyd Huse enCevCaivwd a dinner Monday nih,t n ho- or of Mrs. A. D. Re,min,gto of ttle. Present were Mat and Mrs. Wi,am Mls, Mr. and rs. Walter Pwell, Mis Vir- gila Diekirson, Tommy and Carolyn, and Ca,tbeviBe I-Iu:se. Mr. erd Mrs. VCilliam Mhs entertained Friday night or Mrs.-A. D. R, emirgton, Mrs. MaNe Haas and Miss Dorothy Doose, afLerwards going to the lme af Mrs. D i G. Jeeue for progressive dessert bridge, with three taN, as in play. iVlrs. Jhn Earths, who i the state WCTU director of Aeg, lance membership in Washington, will attend a two day cnveation at F_Neashurg next Tuesday ad Wednesday o's a delate from this stae. Mrs. Jotm Davis enrtaiaed Kniohts Trounce CHS Blackhawks By Gary Thurow Cheney high s elal's Back- ,hawks were sourI5 r defecated by he Knights of Ea,st V'aley, 33-0, last Friday night. Althgu,gh heey dd no{ cntval the bll, they d na- age to put together several threats d udrg the game. Tom OsMd and Timm Sd l'ed the team in rush- i, ng with 25'5 yards (118 yards phs 117 yard's in return. Part of he yardage gained w redi,d to Oswald's pses >f w, hich ,he coralleted 5 out of 10.) When the Rl, acklmwks were forced to Nck, they called on Jerry Hudson, wh, o etl.abo,r- ated with Slepard. fr 219 yar4s i,n punts and kicks. In the defense department, Dan Sore and O.swad }e,d with 10 sstss arid 24 tcldes, but this was not e,rugh to st the Knights. Caeh Hatch said, "We jus van up against a better team. We played a real fiTm first half ad just ran oust of steam n the econd." He fe,R the ball eott%d have moved a tfle bet- ter. The Blackhawks will face Deer Park on Fisher field at 8 p. m. this Fri4ay. Still Time To Enter at  bthday party in lonor of her cta ughtor, Joy, Wednesday  v 4, _._,_ __ 00lgpO, tompellllOn her :SemhOtmas as uests. Re-[ fremeats, .games end stunts I '--'-  stiff time for b(>vs .re .e3oy.. ........ ot8 1h2ough 13 to register free umson s rnces zu Tears g ...... ,,__ --":-' .... m Pumpkin, R & W, 28 oz .... 18 lr one r'tmq z-ss c z: .x - Sp|mmh,,brimful 20 oz ..... 16 petition t l%atcKfe Ford. Pbple pms,: 30 oz. cln 22c Fher FieM Saturday, Oct. 9. White corn, 2)D oz. can .... 14 (Garden Ki4) Delicious Apples, 2 lb. 25 U & ! Sugar, 10 Ibs.,,. 1.04 Te contest wll be held at Print, Pass & Kick, launched rmorNy in 1961 by Ford Dealers of America arm the National Footbtl League, is a competition far boys 8 th 13. Dc,h boy competes agn olhev boys ,hs own ,age in [three. footba ,skills: punng, pssin,g, and lace-kickig (using a kicktrg tee). Points a'e avaz, ded or eac,h foo the ba avels in the air. Poin,ts are dedueted far ea,ch ft the bal Inn<is to the left or rght of ,a een,ter line.. Top 8, 9 arid 10-year-old win- ners will receive Naion botbaH League vcarm-p jack- ets. SeCond pace aavds ave football ,heknes ,and third prizes ave regu,Ntanize PP &K /otbals. Boys 11, 12 and 13 will receive ,oM, silver and l bronze opes. AA tge. Eggs 2 doz, ._ 95 Assfd #rozen ;anquet Dinner. ] for Trlple,T Round Steak lb. 79t Short 7" Cuts Rib Sleak .. lb. Boneless Triple-T Sirloin $t.39 EWSC To Tackle Leean Triple-T Grd. Chuck, lb._ Campbell's Tomato Soup 10/98c Pacific Lutheran Eastern Wahin State Oallege, with the only unde- teated Evergreen Cbnfevence football teem, takes (m foner Evca member Pacific Luther- an Umversity n ,a game at Joe Match-or.Mix Golden & Red Delicious Apples, 7 lbs. $1 00 day.lbi a,um at 8 ]:. m. Satur- s The Savages:, with a 58-0 Fancy Red Delicious wn over Western Mna 23 lb. box 1.99 Thru Oct. 5 PLENTY OF PARKING OPEN 9 TO 9 nd a came4rombehid 27- 14 victory over Whitwrth Col- lege, will be aeing 'Nst year's Evergreen elampiors. The Lutes, after osing their first tlree gmes tast yar, srmed back for six straight  and the tiffs. The Lutes lave nie start- ors back from ast year's team, and des@ite a 17-0 ,k)ss to Lin- ,field College in their opener, sun!d'ly defeated arh-ival Univeesity of Puge S0and, 27-7, Mst Saturday. PLU is in Rmbo this year-- n,o loger a member of the Evergreen Cona, ernee 'ad nt yet a full.schedule IlaYing member ,of the Northwest C0- f. Sa,tul-dy's gme be the first of two betnveen Esrn and PLU: year. Huskies Will Face Buckeyes Oct. 2 Was].ngon's Huskie will GRIDMAN  Eastern Washington State College junior Ken face their severest ts of the Everson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray P. Everson, Cheney, is a yet yuthful 1965 footall sea-member of the Savage football team. Everson, a transfer from son When they basle tbe Ohi Wenatchee Valley College, is a graduate of Cheny High School. Sta%e Buckeyes in Seattle, Sat-i urd'ay, Oct. 2. Ickff is at[ 1:30 p.m. I Patronize Yotir Advertisers The game is aton'alJly isle- I vised in coor over NRC Net-] :work. There wi,ll be rm llck-[ ou* aea. I 70 Years Ago here ,are still a ted amoant of end zone reserved .ti.cles or sale, but e game is expected to be ctose to a sea-out. Over 55,500 fans are expected to be on hand t see Wahingt'an tt the pwer of the Big Ten Conference per- enal power4muse. VCaslington has played tvo games to date. In the season open,ew, they edged a sp "ted Idko dub, 14 to 9. Steaks - Sandwiches - Sea Beverages Open 6:00 a. m. to 1:00 a. m. Cougar Football Games Televised Far the secor[d eo:secu- tire year, KREM-TV is tele- caSting Wasl,gton State Co- ffa.r fotbatl, Sttrtd,ays f,m 4 to 5 p. m., on Clmnnel 2. KRIDM-TV's producer Huhie Tanner, and veteran sorts- easter, Bill Dento,n, fll/aw the Cougars to all games, captur- ing he action on film or a Sunday re,pay. Going i'n%o the 1965 sea, n, Ret Clark's fearsome 11 were prectied to do no better than 3-7. In the first tyro games this fll, they ,Rave ventured ito the "Big 10" ]on's den a,nd sai s,ro,ng Iowa awd Minne- sota teams, hov ranked 12th in the nation by AP, the WSU Ootgs have set the "Big 10" oa its ear .and nov return to the rmcthwet far wh, at Bert Clark terms the toughest co,n- test bms far this easro, his meeg with Idah,o's Vandal. At lre time, the Sldium a sold out for Saturday's eest. BOWLING S 0 R E S Koffee Kup Keglers Pill Rollers 8 4 4 Quest los 8 4 Krazy Kates 6 6 Cluster Busters 6 6 Pied Pipers 5 7 B-Plus 3 9 Pill Rollers 2179, 775; Ida McKinley 474, 187. Bowleette MNM 10 2 Hillcrest 7 5 Bilra Jills 7 Lil's Curls 7 5 Kelly's 6 6 Gibson's Thrlftys 5 7 Birgar Shop 3 9 5 B's 3 0 Hillcrest 2724, 966 ; Margo Arndt 520 Janey Dyck 198. Fireball Jones Resort 10 2 I. O. O. F. Lodge 9 3 Bill Hatch System Amusement 3% 8' Lutheran Church 3 8V Cheney Implement 3 9 IOOF 2962, 1010; Gene Wunlerlicht 244; Jim Brinson 684. 5 o'1ok Mixed Bell Rimgers 9 3 4 C's 8 4 M&M 7 5 Moe-Stolp 5 7 Go Getters fi 7 Has Beens 2 10 Bell Rinrers 2306: Go Getters 827; Wayne Fifield 541 ; Harry Mogman 209; i Hetty Hartford 432 ; Audrey Mosman 177. Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 10 2 Chene,y Motors 8 4 Edgett Brothers 8 4 Wilson Homes 7 5 Nabisco 7 5 Brown &Holter 5 7 Western Auto 2 10 R. O. T. ,C. 1 n Fire Dept. 1069, 041; Ohuek Shep- ard 212; Carl Heir 559. Cheney Automotive Cheney Department Store 9 7 Brown & Holte . 9 7 AI's Chevror Station 9 7 Sunset View Ranch 8 Cheney Auto Parts 8 8 Dependable Motor Freight 7 9 Higgin & Henderson 7 9 Cheney Motors 7 9 Dependable Motor Freight 8163; 1112 ; Bob Anderso 610, 249. September, 1890 The telephone c'o,m,an iS We're For The Cheney rll,n,ig vrk and soo Che- wilt be coln, ec:ed wth a the imp,rtnt towns of eastern Washington. The city eoun,NA met Wed- nesday evening to receive bids for the erection of a city 'hall. The ,fo,llvirg are th bid': $2275, $2300, and $2575. All" bids rejected. B LAC KHAWKS We .also wTite Insurance Victor Wilson A :ency The three best reasons tbr saving... Little boys and little girls don't stay little for long. They're ready for college before you know it. That's why you shouldsave for them.., now.., while they are small. And you should save here, where savings grow faster with the highest bank rate in the state.., : 4% interest, compounded quarterly. 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