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Page 8 (Paeney Free Press Friday, October 8, 1965 Black-haaw00 "B" To I BOWLING Going Great By Mike Liddell After his Cheney Bhck- hawks had defeated the Deer Park Stags 13-0 t Friday, Coach Jim Hatch felt sme what frustrated. No one could blame ,him fr the CHS eleven had traveled 326 yards zush- ing ,and passirg &apos;but managed to ,score only twice. No one itl deny that Oheney lyed i eceptionallY  ' a keyedup Deer Park ten which ,had upset Colvile Ind- iar, 22-18 the peous week; ad furthermore, o one deny that Cheney faied to capitalize on many opine tun" ities. After a scoreless first ha Cheney received the kick-of to start the third quarter. Ort the first laY from scrimmage George Rosenzweig sted 55 yards for a tocd0rn. Wth a "tiger hu  tank' Ros- enzweig did not have to worry about rurm,tng out of as. He scred a third-quaer TU from the 23 yard lne on a re- reset-counter after switching h',m fieM directkm in ftfil stride at the 10. In 19 carries George gained 162 of the teams' 229 yrdS rushing. Torn OswaM completed 6 of 12 passes, fo,r to Ph Ckm- rath, for 97 yards. Pat "mpp atd OsvcMd hampiz'd a stout defeRse with 11 ad 9 tackles respectively. Bb Crabb .recovered a blocked kk to set up the games seC- ond score. Coach Hatch aticiltes a very dse ball game when the Blckhawks trael to Oo[vile Saturday night. Qite rtur- ay, ,he's hopilg for anther team e,fort, fewer pena1es, Medical Lake Friday Cheney's "B" squad ftball team has played three a,mes to date. The results are as fol- lows: Sept. 20---Cheney 0 ]ast Val- ley 0; Sept. 27Chertey 0, Mead 33; Oct. 4---@tren,e 19, East Valley 24. The ,andi!ng thus far des- not lok so good, but the im- lortant aspect is the hct that the team c ortsists of ,sop,he- mores and junrs who phy Mttle or m) ,at all on the ar- sty team. Therefore, these up and coming Bhckhawks are gaining that all impotan 'suff" called Experience. The remaining games: ahead {ior the Blackhawks are as fol- lows: Oct. 11 Cheney vs. Medical Lake (there) 4:00 p. m. Oct. 18 Cheney vs. Mead (here) 3:30 p. m. Oct. 26 Cheney w. Medi,cat Lake (.here) 4:00 p. m. Cougars To Face Wildcats In Spokane The WSU Cougars and the Wildcats of Vflhrmva Univer- sity renew a f<mtbaH riwMry which has laid d ommat 5'4 yeas Saturday 'night, Oct. 9, in Spokane's Joe Albi stmfium. It was in 1930 on PMdel- lba's, Fraaklin Fieud that the Cou,gea"s and Wi,klcats 1met pre- viously, and WSU, Rose Bowl bound, defeated Vfll.anva 13- 0. Center Mel Hein and full- back E,lmer Schwartz were grat sars  the Co,ugas in that game. tln,awa has been ,mxded gmong the nation's fin- S C O R E S Koffee Kup Kegler Pill Rollers 12 4 Krzy Kates 10 6 4-Questions 9 7 Pied Pipers 8 8 Cluster Busters 6 10 B-Plus 3 13 Pied Pipers 2166. 743 ; Janey Dyck 491 Pat McKinley 201. Bewlerettes MNM I1 Bill's Jills 11 H]llcrest 10 6 Kelley's 9 5Lil's B'sCUrls 6 8 1 0 8 Gibson's Thriftys 5 11 Bargain Shop 4 12 Hillcrest 2610, 928; Jane Dyck )2 Geneva Ditlevson 191. 5 o'clock Mixed Bell Ringers 12 4 4 C's 11 5 M & M 8 S Moe-Stolp 6 10 Go Getters 6 10 Has Beer, s  11 Bell Ringers 2311, 839; Wally Bear( and Ron McKinley 537, Wally Beard 210; Maxine Fifield 454; Hetty Hartford 172. Fireball Jones' Resort 13 3 IOOF LOdge 13 3 Bill Hatch 10 6 Lutheran Church 4 llz System Amusement 4a/ 11 Cheney Implement 3 13 Jones' Resort 30t0, 1061" Syd Green 217, Mary Haggard 542. , Cheney Businessmen Fire epar tmer*t 11 5 Edgett Brothers II G Nabisco 10 6 Chen" Motors 9 7 Wilson Homes 8 8 ROTC 5 II Western Auto 5 11 Brown & Hotter 5 'II ROTe 1020, 2959 ; D. Nusser 216,565. Cheney Automotive Cheney Department Store 13 7 AI's Chevron Station 13 7 Brown & Holier 12 8 Cheney Auto Parts 10 10 Higgins & Henderso 9 11 Surset View Ranch 9 11 Dependable Motor Freight 7 13 Cheney Motors 7 13 Al's Chevron' tation 2988 ; Higgin & Henderson 1065 ;  Fenstemacher 616, 244. artd mre tuehdrns. Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt Rcm, son of Mr. a:rd Mrs. ege Tubhs, left last week fr the Navy. He wi be sta- : toed in San Diego. Glence Shi]am has re- tin'ned to Tacoma, a visit- n,g .his brothers Art and Dean, also his mtlmr hs. Fe,ne Shltim and friends. Mrs. Harold Skjothaug eztter- tad the WWW STOPS club at ,her home Wednesday with the Staredetts as guests. A low calorie lanh  rvt md a vlte e]plmn sae was hed to raise money for the dub. Mrs. troy Cook ertened at a Saa-eweil party or Mrs. Hvey Arresting Wede day as e is* mvving to M'm- nesota. @uess were Minnie .Erickso, Ve.rh Simper, Ana Morrow, Mary Shade, Ttrsah A'da and oTertce . Coffee guests at the Iw- re,me Schmld lmme Tlvy were Dorvie Hewson, Blly EhvgoCt, Ava Edinger and Elsie OMernaeher. Mrs. Fred SelmmwetM was a Sua,atay guest at Vim Flrenve Shi'lim home. Speedy recovery to (:hlvin Wahl who *has  1I the pat week with totis. . Jean Bariek and Mrs. Lawrence S0hrrdd atemle the Spolve County Iovne- ,est deensive football teams f,or ,of tte past five seasons, (f and Coach Alex Bell is epeet- (aa ed to field an!other rugged out- m -- | I1 fii thi's year. ' tin Meelr U r; Game time  Spolcane is = "-- 7:30 p. m. arm the evening wil I Undefeated Eastern Wash- e.tuve _p_-gme ,* ,and ha [ington State College meets the t !me enteal*nment oy severa I rniveTst" of Puget S(mrd in thousand ,high schfl bands '   z'  ,' ^ . mn . rC,T'o .,," an mvegreen womerence ot- ..... : ,;y, .... ?,ou . ,,:r !ba,  game Saturday afternoon, na,l .an. lay pm. ue- at 1:30 in Tacoma. cmns tr0va za mgn scnoem  The Sa,aes with a 3 0 rec thougout the s will par- ord, are 1-n'confer p*a; ticipate .in the Mmws. with  27-14 win ever Whir- Airway Heights New iteva cn i ,R t - way Helgkts city hll:. Mrs. t,e.lo, Hedan wl be ld to take your news mad refer it to me, Mrs. Donna Nte. If you wotfld km.cliy ca ey hall, C.hetaut 4-3621, I w.ll coet it here. Nevcs has been scare arid any would be appreea'ated. A group of hurte includ- ing Hawace Smith ht three ber en .a hnting trip last weekend. Physical examrations were given f0v the pupils of Sunset sclool Oct. 8. We *are ha,ppy to mmounee our water superkntendent and he, pets 'e building a brick planter around city hall. Shrubs are being furnished by Ray Lekie. .Mr. d Mrs. Andevso add- ed .a utility room to heir lmme on 13th reet mad Imt a makea, s meeting at the Dart. new steal tel shed in heir rcHOStes Rom, Oct. I. [ yrd. These addi re a as ning t.r retire, l.benefit to our crtmunity. men. [ The Dixie's c3:fe  n.ew ------" I Dapme's Trraveles care. '  -I1 Jerry Brawn of tle Bow M ' -- " 1[ Inurave Agency left or st- aple Lear rocery I I attle Wednesday. Jerry is ma Across from Gel er .... l[ the executive committee for g elem l[ the ,Association of Washington Oities. Jnor Grl Soout Troop 81 met for a busy fall season, I Sunset Sc,h(l. (:!heryl Srni as elected patrol leader f Tuader Patrol, Rlxmdt Hit- gins, patol lader f Hoase- 9hoe Patrol, Dehbie Adams, , Im'en Tk, las- urea'. The ,girls are sewing fr the first activity. Ne girls are welcoane to attemi the meetings hgld each Monday at 3:30. Smket PTA was repsened a Spokane Cottony COunei.ql'ss Seh,oaI ,of I,struetio this week. Ttmse attendi'ng the Oourteil meeting were PTA prevalent i Lois G.reegeaf nd ehanen Shirley Mm-phey, ltlargaret VCarthen, Beryl Cassiday and Pat Moore. The PTA m.onflaly bard meeting was hekt Oct. 4, in the Library of Sunset school Tephone TE 8-1223 Your Neighborhood Grocery Hours 7 a. m. to 9 p.m. Sunday 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. oltf Airway Heights Grocery OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A. M. TO 9 P. M. Fresh Produce Meats, Gro- ceries, Toiletries, General Merchandise. D. A. Jequith Get your Free Press here jy23tf Fried Chicken Juicy, Tender, Ready In 5 Minutes .................... 89 BURGERS, SHAKES ORDERS TO GO AIRWAY HEIGHTS CH 4-3914 / Drive In wcwth College. The, w!ho ,oed he seaon a week 'later than other Evco teams, are 0-1-1 for the season. UPS's loss to former vonirenee member Pacific Lutheran Universty, a 27-7 p,atha,g, but tim amazing Log- gem, under new coach Bob Ryan, came back hast Saturday to tie powerful Central Wash- ilgtn State 7-7. Bastern's 20-3 w'm over PLU last Satavday put the Savages' aih, Mic director arid head cach Dave K 'mes into the wirmg bracket s a txle,ge coach. NOV in .his tMrd year, Hmes took over the Savages in 1963 aRer atela had gone tle two previous sea- sons. In ,his first yar, Baern was 3-6; last year, fr the first thne in many season the Savages .had ,a wirmng season with a 5-4 rec0vd. Now the Savages ave not only atop the Evco standings, the are the leag team ha scovhg, 105 points, tle lovest }n lonts rseored against, 17, anfl are at or near the tap in a]a statistical categories a'mog oorfferneee teams. Jordd In Vkmg Contest Amber, led by John Jovdan defeated the Chertey Viking's seventh grade team 18 to 0. last ThruWay. Jordan threw two passes to the end zone for two touch- downs. Jordan httevcted a Vikings' pass and ran it back for a touchdown. Lueas for Amber and Salter for e Vikgs each intercegt. ed a pass but both were stop- pod ,at about the 10 yard line. All t'hree extra txit at- tempts failed. Freshman Team Loses First Game Mtheugh Ceney Freshmen lost their first game 19.0 t'o G,reen:aere,s ast Thursday, they slmwed strength and good team work and with a little more experience sho,ud come in strong as the season pro- gresses. The yotmg Blaekhawks held their opponernts scoreless dur- ing the first half but Green- :acres came ,on strong in the second. On the defensive, line- backer Jo, Frost mde an Cheney Students Promoted in ROTC Two Cheney students at EW- SC hae been prmo*ed to cadet staff sergeant in the Re:sevve Officers, Traini'n Corl:hS. They ,are Gary A. D ahl, son of Abert V. Da!ll, Rute 1, and Wesley J. Orlob, sart of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Martin, 814 4th. t0h are 1963 grad- u,ates o,f Cheney hi,h school. Auto Accident Takes V. Russell 'Wings of Truth' To Be Shown At Faculty Wives Meet Plans for the fail meeting af EWSC Faculty Wives- Fac- uRy Women have been an- nounced by Mrs. Raymond P. WlritheM, fall committee chairman. Thucs,d,ay evening, Oct. 26, has bee set as the meeting @ate, Mrs. Whitfield sad, wlmn the EWSC 75th anniver- sary film, "Wings of Truth," will be sho.wn. blamed committee ch!airme for the affair, d:uTing a meeting ,at the home Dan S. Patterson, Ma.roa H. Snrbeck. ment; Mrs. R.obevt refres'hments; Mrs. Bender, invitations; neth C. Swedberg, and Mrs. Norman activities calendr. Veterans remain stationary states, the Veterans istration believes, station gains will losses from veteran, tfl at least 1980. exceportai kick, 70 yards in- :cl.udLng roll., FurmrM services were held This week s game  sched- Monday, Oct. 4, in S>okane, uled with Bovdish Junior ,high. for Vernon Fvain Russel,1 CHM--mbers 60, who died Thuz'sdayina Punt Pass & Deer Park hospital of injuries strffered Tuesda7 in a to-car To Raise Money accident near Deer Park. For New Uniforms The Music club me,tubers o Chany high sehaM started a campain to sell 2400 bars of Choc.0ate. The purpose o. the campaign is to raise the balance f funds needed to purvtase the ew band uni- forms and elmrus b.,azevs. T'he chocolate wffl be isold dl@or to deer, in shoppkng ee,n.ters and to busin'cs's houses. The eub mere,hers are de- termirmd o complete the cam- paJ__gn in two wee,ks so they ea have their n,ev uniforms this year. The di.r(or of the cam- pi,gn is Allan Bieh,1, music club president. He is .ssised by Steve Dobbins, Sardy Ywder, Peggy Steiner, and Slvita Man- so. I-Iod Harvey is the ad- visor c,f the group. o Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner HaroLd Werhan roofed the front part of the Windsor grange ]vail ast week. Mr. and M_vs. Emery Hew- son are adding an to their rot oom. Tillie Koshau entertained at dirmer lst Sunday or Hat- tie IAttleield ,and Flora Smith. A]l wert to Maaito park to see the iowm. Mr. ,and Mrs. Julius Stxaqier enteained with ,art ,after har- ve dinner last Sudsy for their ,son-in-law and da,ughter, Mr. nd Mrs. Gent Baek- burst and baby dauZhter o Bnners Ferry, ldaho, and Mrs. Irma Stragiev. Attending the  card party i'n'- Spolae Tuesday were Adehide Larsen, SUfi Mmin and Irma Stragier. M. Daisy H,ks enCertJm- ed r Mrs. C. Can of Che- ney, with a tn,c last Wed- dmy. Mrs. Ohartoa was on overght guest of Mrs. I-cks. Mrs. Hazel lovers  viSiin ,sister in Seattle for a week. Mrs. Maxine O,lson, KaJn ai Jn were .at Spraue .lake last Samd,ay ookg over thefir tote lts hey pursefl tee-; They were entertained at dizmev .by Mr. and M. G. F. Janan. Othea, s attending, were MinCe Me'ichor and Le- one Widnev. 'Khleen Iamptn of Pa,lm Wings, Clif. I has returned me after visiting relatives f two weeks. Lon Riclardsn is cenwal- escng a.t home after a sudden ilness. George KeMr is hme ftr spen, cln several wee,ks in a ,hOSl,V hSltl,. Mr. and rs. Bram- let me  proud ,pareats of a by boy, tlmir first child. }ls --zne is lobert Dale. Mr.  Mrs. Glen Jolmsan ave in V:trginia. The ew back .and wtl drive .home with their on, Richard, wlm is in the navy. RiClrd wl report duty at the m'val base Oct. 16 irt San Diego. wi Cdmthfle Jhnson is stayin Phillip Patterso family while his parents are a,amy. He attends Cheney high sdmol. llqs. Ed Rupp tailed on Mr. Mrs. lmovy Hewsen last Sunday. KSPO RADIO STATION 1230 ON YOUR DIAL He was a salesman for Unit- e,d Surveys, a book company. HIS wife, Myrtte, s is hos- pi*alized in Deer Park with in- juries suffered in the a,ccidet. Born in Iron River, Wis., Mr. Ru,sseli lad lived .here 40 years before moing to Spo- kane. He also is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Susan Daine Byqttist, Ore., ,and Mrs. Mary Ramona Rench, Calif.; three sos, Alan R., at the home; Vernon Fanklin Jr., Cenell, and Sherman Lee, Bothell; 11 gVadchil@ren ,and a boher, LeRay M. Rtmsel, Deer Park. The Rev. Weyrnuth MeGrew of Montgomery Avenaae hris- tian Cureh officiated at the funevM. Burial was in Green- wod. MONGERS BUY HOME ,Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Man- ger have ptmelmsed the Ray Sawyer borne at 1603 Sewond stree Monger  man, get o the Envo Service Stati,on. Time Is Here The last day to register is... 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