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CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, October 22, 2015 LOOKING 10 Years Ago Oct. 27, 2005 Amy Jo Sooy, seeking a third term as Cheney's mayor, was set to face off against Allan Gainer in the upcoming general election. After the position was eliminated with the pas- sage of Initiative 695 in 2000, the Medical Lake City Council authorized use of City Assistance Program funding to pay for reinstating a seventh police officer. Cheney kept its playoff hopes alive following a 21-13 Greater Spokane League victory over Shadle Park as Mike Kinnie, Donnie McKee and Jesus Fregoso scored for the Blackhawks. 20 Years Ago Oct. 26, 1995 Cheney Superintendent of Schools Phil Snowden announced the intention to possibly reinstitute a boundary review in light of a report that nearly 600 miscellaneous housing units were in some form of planning or development within the school district. Emil Kraft, a current Eastern Washington Uni- versity student and 1992 graduate of Cheney High School, recently received the highest score of over 2,200 undergraduates in 27 nations on an interna- tional actuarial examination. The Cheney Blackhawks improved to a perfect 5-0 in Frontier League play and 7-0 overall with a 22-6 victory over the .Riverside Rams. Earon Davis, Chad Randall and Abdul Odood scored touchdowns for the Blackhawks. Group Health Cooperative held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Cheney Health Care Center. Jason Kent caught a pair of touchdown passes to lead the sixth-ranked Cheney Blackhawks to a 42-17 win over Deer Park. 40 Years Ago Oct. 30, 1975 Local residents were facing a general election that would decide City Council positions. Included were races featuring incumbent Tom Showalter versus Dwayne Paul, incumbent Ray Hammel against Harold Edgett, incumbent William Wynd and Jack Crabb as well as incumbent Fred Johns and Alan Beckwith. Safety concerns over dangerous intersections, and the need to have crossing guards present, were voiced by members of the Cheney School District's advisory group study committee. Sixth and Oakland, Seventh and Washington as well as Second and Bonnie Way were the problem areas. Cheney quarterback Kelly Williams connected on 11 of 14 second-half passes and 134 yards, scored twice himself and also threw three touchdown passes as the Blackhawks defeated Medical Lake 33-16 in the Cardinals' Homecoming game. 50 Years Ago Oct. 29, 1965 Eastern Days queen Cammy Sparks won her title in part because of a Speech which urged a closer relationship between the city of Cheney and the college. , Several Cheney residents were urging that chil- Contributed photo by the Cheney Historical Museum LOOKING BACK WITH THE CHENEY HISTORICAL MUSEUM One hundred twenty-five years ago on Oct. 24, 1890 the city of Cheney's new City Hall, fire station and jail opened in a new brick building at 111 E. St., now College Avenue. Today, the remodeled building houses the Cheney Thrift Store and apartments. Learn more about our area's history at www.cheneymuseum.org. 30 Years Ago Oct. 31, 1985 The Cheney Planning Commission was working dren in the city Observe Halloween on Saturday, Northeast A League football games prompting on a new zoning ordinance that would limit the Oct. 30 rather than Sunday, Oct. 31 to avoid being coach Jim Hatch to say, "They overlooked Mead, number of unrelated persons who can live in the out late on a school night, they weren't ready because they were looking same house. Cheney and Mead played to a 0-0 tie in a ahead to Medical Lake." • Oct. 29, Kiwanis meeting, Sessions St. John Mandel, community library, Cheney School District Village Commons, 7 a.m. 1 - 3 p.m. • Oct. 28, School Board meeting, Betz • Oct. 29, Senior Light Fitness, Wren • Oct. 29, Lego Club, community library, Elementary School, 6 p.m. Pierson Community Center, 9:30 3-4p.m. - 10:30 a.m. • Oct. 29, Meet the Author: Emily St. Medical Lake School District • Oct. 29, Meet the Author: Emily St. John Mandel, community library, 7 - 9 • Oct. 27, School Board meeting, Dis- House, 1616 W. First St., 1 - 4 p.m. p.m. • Oct. 26, Dance Class, Wren Pierson • Oct. 24, Friends of the Airway Community Center, 7:15 - 8:15 p.m. Heights Library Book Sale, Hicks Open • Oct. 27, Senior Light Fitness, Wren Market, 12435 W. 13th Ave., 11 a.m. - 5 Pierson Community Center, 9:30 - 10:30 p.m. • Oct; 25, Friends of the Airway a.m. • Oct. 27, City Council meeting, City Heights Library Book Sale, Hicks Open Market, 12435 W. 13th Ave., 11 a.m. - 5 Hall Council Chambers, 6 p.m. • Oct. 27, Book Discussion Group p.m. of the Friends of the Cheney Library Oct. 26, City Council Study Session, City Hall Council Chambers, 5:30 p.m. meeting, "Station Eleven," by Emily • Oct. 28, Friends of the Airway St. John Mandel, community library, Heights Library Book Sale, Hicks Open 7 p.m. • Oct. 28, Toddler Play and Learn Market, 12435 W. 13th Ave., 4 - 8 p.m. • Oct. 29, Play and Learn Storytime Storytime (ages 1 1/2 - 3), community (ages 2 - 5),-community library, 10:30 library, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. • Oct. 28, Dance Class, Wren Pierson • Oct. 29, Meet the Author: Emily Community Center, 7:15 - 8:15 p.m. John Mandel, community library, 1 - 3 p.m. trict Administration Building, 6 p.m. All events are free unless posted p.m. • Oct. 28, PLAN NOW for College otherwise. To get your event or meeting in the " Oct. 29, Preschool Play and Learn City of Medical Lake Night, high school, 6 - 8:30 p.m. weekly What s Happening section send an Storytime (ages 3 - 5), community li- • Oct. 27, Lego Club, community li- • Oct. 28, Mobile Food distribution, email with date, time, location and event to brary, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. brary, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. Westwood Middle School, 3 - 5 p.m. jmac@cheneyfreepress.Com. • Oct. 29, Meet the Author: Emily St. John • Oct. 29, Play and Learn Storytime • Oct. 29, Band and Choir Concert, Mandel, community library, 7 -- 9 p.m. (ages 2 -- 5), community library, 10:30 Middle School, 6:30 p.m. - 11:30 a.m. City of Cheney City of Airway Heights • 29, Meet the Author: Emily St. John Eastern Washington University • Oct. 23, Baby Play and Learn Story- • time (ages 0,18 months), community Oct. 23, Friends of the Airway Mandel, community library, 1 - 3 p.m. ° Oct. 29, Dr. Ira Byock presentation: Heights Library Book Sale, Hicks Open • Oct. 29, Meet the Author: Emily St. John Live Well, DieWell, Spokane Conven- library, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Market, 12435 W. 13th Ave., 11 a.m. - 5 Mandel, community library, 7 - 9 p.m. tion Center, 6 - 8 p.m. • Oct. 24, Cheney Free Press Open OBITUARIES in Columbus, Ohio, to of Ohio and her lov- Howard and Reba Bea- ing grandchildren who ver. were her world, T.J., Sue met Dan and be- Jordan, Nicole, Carlie gan a military life tray- and Quayde. eling to different bases In lieu of flowers, before settling down at donations may be made Fairchild Air Force Base to St. Joseph Care Cen- where they retired. Sue ter, Spokane, Wash. The worked for the Cheney staff took amazing care School District for over of her and treated her 20 years, with kindness and re- Sue is survived byspect during this diffi- her children Michael cult journey. Gear, Michelle Fox A memorial service (Steve), and Sharon Mc- will be held at 2 p.m. on Manus (Shawn); sisters Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015, Ann Lahm of Califor- at the United Church of nia and Jane Schroder Christ, Cheney, Wash. ,~.. OP'I'OMETRY "~ ~ Or Scott 8o~hol~s Every child deserves great vision for school! Now taking back to school eye exam appointments; 509"235"2010 Eyo Exams.alasse,.Con o , in Cheney 1867 1st St Sue I. Gear Sue I. Gear of Cheney, Wash. age 77, passed away on Oct. 14, 2015 after a good fight against pancreatic cancer. 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