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Page 6 Free Press Thursday, October 4, 2012 Yesterday... .and todm Photo at left contributed by Cheney Historical Museum. Photo at rzght by Becky Thomas The Philena Building, photographed at left in 1935, was built in 1929 at the corner of Fifth Street and College Avenue, one of Cheney's first apartment buildings, as a home for university faculty. The Philena was built by Dr. Francis Pomeroy, a pioneer doctor who came to Cheney in the 1880s. He named it "Philena" in memory of his mother. Now the building is owned by Eastern Washington University's Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and houses its members. OF CABBAGES AND KINGS Ch Isle Sunbe: world traveler at ag 15 By LUELLA DOW Contributor Chelsie Sunbe, a 15- year-old sophomore at Christian Heritage School, spent three weeks in Gua- temala this past July. As part of a team from Stu- dents International, she and eight other teens performed what they called relationship build- ing, making friends and smoothing the way for missionaries who would arrive later. Three adults accompanied them, in- cluding the principal of Christian Heritage School, Marty Klein. "We spent four hours every day of the first week learning Spanish," Sunbe said. "We spoke Spanish all the time we were there." One of Sunbe's first at- tempts at conversing with a native had a humorous Chelsie Sunbe Says ending. She thought she was asking a lady for almond choco- late. Sunbe mistakenly said "almo- hada." Unfortunately that word meant pillow The woman simply shook her head and walked away. Surprisingly, chocolate is the same word in English Contributed photo by Chelsie Sunbe she learned a lot during her Students International trip to Guatemala. and Spanish. For Chelsie Sunbe there was no pillow chocolate to be had. "The Guatemalans were gracious whenever we said something wrong," she said. The group stayed in local host homes in Antigua. ROCK Doc CHENEY Available Most Times Please Call First We're eating our way into trouble By Dr. E. KIRSTEN PETERS Contributor Lots of us have observed that foods that are good for us - broccoli and bean sprouts - don't trigger intense cravings. In the late afternoon, when my energy is low, I want a cookie or a piece of chocolate, not a green pep- per. Similarly, when I walk around the grocery store, I go through the meats and produce section without feeling deep cravings for the food I see. But when I get to the bakery, all bets are off, even if I'm not hungry. These patterns of cravings are sig- nificant because what we eat affects our health so much. Obesity and diabetes are more and more problematic in the U.S., and all too many of us have a diet rich in French fries, doughnuts or soda pop. Why is it we so intensely want what is likely to be bad for our health? Could it be there are strong biologi- cal reasons for the pickle we so often find ourselves in? A recent piece E. Kirsten Peters from Oregon State The RockDoc University helps explain our pat- tern of cravings. It seems we have evolutionary adaptation to crave cer- tain things. When we were hunter- gathers in the wild, we had to decide what to eat and what to avoid. Our MEDICAL LAKE Friday, Oclober 5th 9 am-1 pm Tuesday, October 9th 1 pro-5 pm FAIRFIELD Thursday, October 4th 10 am-2 pm Wednesday, October 10lh 11 am-6 pm See Eating trouble page 9 Sunbe shared some of her experi- ences with us: "I really liked their food," she said. "Guate- malans do not cook with a lot of spices. "On the second week three more of our group arrived. We went to the small town of Megdalina. There, we chose what kind of work we wanted to be involved in. There was fi- nance, agriculture, health care, education and other options. I worked on the media site. I went to dif- ferent places and took videos of the people. The children were fascinated with my camera. "We played with the children and helped with general chores," Sunbee said. "The natives carried wood on their backs. We helped carry wood, but not on our backs. I helped with cooking too. "Jose, our leader of the media site, told us to go to a tortilla shop. He said it ' See Sunbe page 8 AVAILABLE AT Cheney, Medica Lake & Fairfield Owl Pharmacies Owl Pharmacy 120 F Street, Cheney, WA 123 E. Lake, Medical Lake, WA 204 E. Main, Fairfield, WA Walk-Ins Welcome in Cheney Shing as, Pneumonia & Whooping Cough Vaccines Also Available 18 Years of age & older Covered by Most Insurance Call 235-8441 in Cheney, 299-5 ! 13 in Medical Lake or 283-4299 in Fairfield INLAND CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY DENTISTRY DRS. ROCCANOVA RIDL ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Ingredients for life. Pristine Green Seedless Grapes Visit .... eway .... 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