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Page 8 Cheney_ Free. Press Friday, Octobe_r 29, 1965 vages to Face Toughest Foe, the Vikings, Saturday Ubeaten ,and untied Est- ern Washington State COllege faces its tou,ghest foe Satur- day -- Western Washington State, a team the Savages have never defeated ucrder ,head football caeh Dave Holmes. The 1:30 Evergreen cov2er- ence game is at Civic saum in Belln,gham. Best Year Yet Now enj,oyivg its t.nest foot- ball year, Eastern ra.aked 4eh nationally a'mog :small c: leges before last Saturday's 20-7 win ever Central Was,h- ig0 State. That impressive win will udoUbted'ly keep the Savages in .at 1,east tahe same spot. Mel Stnton, Nasern's sen- 12-10 losses 1,as year. Dastern does hold the edge, 23-18, in the series that started in 1923 between the two schools. Eastern is atop the Evco standings with a 3-0 cner- once record. Western is sec- ond at 1-1-1 in the conference, and 3-2-1 overa, ll. Valley Team Causes Another Frosh Loss (By John "Scoop" Frost) One of these days our ot- ball team might win a game a,nd if that happens we'll ex- pect a banner headiline in the ho,metown nwspaper. The Blackbawk Fresh team Homecomin' i, For College Set Nov. 6th November 6 is Eastern WaShington State College's Homecoming. The 75th anniversary ce,le- bration will get underway at 9 a. m. with a larade through Cheney and the EWSC ca,m- pus. At 10 a. in. will be the third annual Itomeeoming Symposium in the IIall of ciences aud'itorium, with the barbecue lun,ch to follow at lla m. From then on, activities move into Spokane, where the komeeomin'g football ame be- tween tastern and Whitworth will start at 2 p. m. at Joe Albi stadium, preceded by home- coming a, ctivities at 1:30. That evenin,g, the 75th anni- versary film, "Wi.ngs of Truth," CADET CARTER WINS PROMOTION Lexington, Me., Oct. 23-- Cadet C. C. Carter, son o,f Mr. and Mrs. Carence C. Carter, Sr., 6 North 3rd St., Che,ney, has earned a promotion at Wentworth Military Academy, it was announced tody. C,o.1. Robert C. In,galls, pro- lessor o,f military science at the school said that C. Carter has been advanced from the rank of cadet taff sergeant to that of cadet sergeant first clas,s for performing his dut- ies in an ecelent manner at the Academy C. C. was given the duties of Platoon Guide in Headquarters Company in the Bri,gade. PTA AND CHURCHES PRAISE FREE PRESS News media, what is euv at- titude toward it Wo,uld? it mat- ter, if one day we no lo.nger had this freed'om o.f exp,res- sign? Does the tho,uh.t startle Meeting Slated Alcoholism A public meeting subject of alco,holism held at the Power a.uditarium, sign, at 8 p. m. Nov. ers will be the Rev. Un'ruh and Dr. D. Kiniay. They will c ohlism as it'a, ffeets vidal and the The public is to .attend. There collection. The daylight comes from an old sliced off one end of ket to sew it on the and thus make it In You'll end up beir when you see us chasing a gift. Stop Cheney Drug and through our gift ior h,a,ba,ck ace, led the na- tio last week in boqh rushin yardage 'and scorirg. Sta.nt added 184 yards and 12 poirts to the .record Saturday, bring- ing it to 925 rushing yaTls in on Th,ursd;ay of last week, suf- fered its fourth straight de- e*a,t at the hands of East Val- ley 19-0. However, the 1,seal lads did make two god runs of 30 yard,s and 50 yards. Sad- NEW LIONS CLUB MEMBERS shown above are joining with other Lions in their annual drive to sell' birthday calendars, aroceeds to go for worthy community work. Left to right: Don McCandless, Loren Agee and Robert G. Lindquist. wBl be sh,own .in the Terrace R,o,oms of the tidpath hotel at 7:30 ,and 8:15 p. m. The anau,M homecoming dance will sta at 9 p. m. at the Rifl, patil. us? or are we like ma.ny w'ho I s'ay this can never h.ap,pen to uS)s president of Betz school PTA, a.s a membe.r of the 1,g- oal ministerial 'ass n and !a=s- sx games, and 96 points on ly enough, though, he longer 16 touchdowns. ......... run was cN11Jed back because Ntanton sn,oum conne o ! C'h,,,r .,e tia. Iml, d hs led wth h 154. I Th Fro hbo swere to la average yerd, s per flame ru's`h-I - 1}e s y  _ p y IIFN, litlltLl 19 ]9,,J]:llt ttl Nlil [this week, too hte to be re- scoring. !poted in this i, ssue. Tie Old Record E.asterr aso tied i, consec- utive games.won record of six last Sacurday. The Savages won six straight in 1936, 1948 and 1950 Coach tatmes came to East- ern in 1963 foilowkng two win- ls sessions for the Savages. In that year, tle Savages won 3 and lost 6; in 1964, it was 5-4. ThN year it is six wns in a row. But in three games with Western in the two seasons, Hlmes has yet to get a wn over the Vikings. Past Record Cited Attlmugh Bastern was t'av- ored in each cash, it was a 13-7 loss in '63 and 20-14 and CHENEY HOT LUNCH onday -- Veget@ble beef soup, pearmt butter sandwich, green salad ,a,rd rherry crunch. Tuesday -- Fried chicken, green beans with bacon chips, tossed ,salad, apple qtmrters, corrbred and pineat]e Ba- ari,an el'ca,In. Wednesday -- Ohili, carrot a:nd celery sticks, cina,mon twists and applesauce. Tlmsday -- Slop,ly Joe.s, b,aled squash, cheese, baog- n.a, pickle kibb and fruit cup. Frid,ay  Tun.a .a ]!a king, ftuffy rice, eayr0t, cabbage and raisin salad, a=n, dwiches, ad baked ap,lles. Advance-- TICKET SALE EW Homecoming Game (The Unbeaten Savages vs. Whitworth) Sat., Nov. 6, 2:00 p. m. J.00e Albi Stadium Tickets NOW AVAILABLE at Cheney Newsstand STUDENTS 75 ADULTS $1.25 Cheney-Mead Game 0-0 Tie; Cards Here Tonight By Mike Liddell Honeeoming is "up coing" at Cheney high school this week as the Black`hawks, spm'ting a 5-1-1 rec,rd, pre- pare to tangle wih the ac`h- iva,1 Cardi.nNs of IVrediel Lake Friday night at Fisler field. After tast week's less tie with Mead, Cac'h ttatcZn was not at .all pleased with the performance of his phyers:. "They overlooked Mead; they weren't ready because they were iaoking ahead to Medical Lake. It inn t likely to heppen again this season, but the Backhawks ,trod better remem- ber next year that clampions "take 'em as they come." Got Lucky Breaks "VCe were lucky," e,ommen- ed Hatch. Looking at the rec- o.rds, rm dscovers that two Mead toucdowrrs were called back on pendties, hat Ghaney recovered three Mead fumbles ,ancl two of their own, ,and t.h,at Cheney intercepted three pass- es. All of tlmse timbales and in. tercepi.ns weren't caused try clace, ,however, as the de- fese ted by Tom Osvld and Dan note held Mead at cru-= cial mvents in the ball game. Evenely Matched On oe,se, although pass reeivers dropped the ball sev- leral times ad pass poecion fai:d, Cheney moved the bl ( " .onststn$1y on the .ground. A- : 1966 Mustanll Hardtop New fun features on America's favorite car! With a winner like Mustang, you don't change horsesl You just add a few more fun features to make certain it remains America's favorite fun car. Features like new stereo tape player option, V-8's to 271 hp, new color choice, new wheel covers, new grille, new instrument cluster and more. Come S 'i pmaented byyour FORD DEALER RATCLIFFE COMPAN' ( 402 Secend Street Phone 235.6238, Cheney, Wash. im tlough the f.ootbal? c!h:anged ]tor of the local church of the hands like a hot potato in the Largest net migration losss INazarene, I ,a,m thankful for first and fo,urth periods, both between 1960 and -980 in v.t-Ithe privile,ge of expres,s,ion Mead and Cheney, to all ap- eran:s population will .occur in through oiur 1,cal paper. pe=arances evenly matcled, put Alaska, 28.3 percent, and Ha- Thanks fv:r this service. together sustained drives waii, 280 Rev. Gee. W. Nic`ho's which were stopped short of tim go,al line. Highlight of the game for  ( the home team ars the pnt-j ing of Jerry Hudson. He punt-1,  ed five times for 192 yardst a 38-yard average. Two tmntsl( put Mead on their own th:ree]( and six yard lines, respective- , ly, and ano.ther was recovered,, by Roge,r Mon,son for a 36 yard ( gain. Huds,on aso n,te,rcepted a pass arid recovered a fum- ble. BOWLING Bowleette Bill's Jills Kelley's Hiltcrest Lil's Curls N B's 7 Baz'galn Shop Gibson's Thriftys S C O R E S 18 10 17 11 16 12 14 14 13 15 13 15 11 17 10 18 5 B's 2594 ; Bill's Jills 898 ; Judy Drollinger 487; Margo Arndt 189. Fireball Cheney Reserves 18 10 Jotms' Resort 16 12 System Amusemen 151/2 12 IOOF Lodge 15 13 Cheney Implenent 10 18 Lntheran Church 91 18/., System Amu.ement 3041, 1071 ; Dan Lambert 233; Bob Uyehara 550 5 o'clock Mixed Bell Ringers 16 12 Go Getters 16 12 Has Beens 14 14 4 C's 14 14 Sandbaggers 13 15 M & M 11 17 Go Getters 2308; Has Beens 837; Fred McKinley 517, 236 ; Ferne Stuhr 479, 187 ; Maxine Fifield 187. Koffee Kup Keglers Krazy Kates 20 8 4 Questions 17 11 B Pins 14 14 Pill Rollers 13 15 Pied Pipers 12 16 Cluster Busters 8 20 4 Questions 2096, 724; Helen Holmes 103. Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 21 7 :Edgett Bxthers 19 9 Wilson Homes 18 10 Western Auto 13 15 Cheney Mcors 12 16 Nabisco 12 16 Brown & ttolter 9 19 ROTC 8 20 Wilso Homes 2888 ; lg'abisco 1028 ; L. Nelson 212; M. Haggard 005. Cheney Automotive Cheney Department Store 23 9 Al'a Ghevron Station 17 15 Brown & ttolter 17 15 Cheney Auto Parts 16 15, Sunset View Rnch 15 16 Higgins and Henderson 15 17 Cheney Motors 15 17 Dlndabte Motor Freight 191;07 20 Cheney Dept. Store 3044, Fred Shoaf 594, 224. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. 71950 It* the Superior Court of the State of Washiugton in and for the County of Spokane. Iu the Matter of the Estate of VIOLA A. WEST, deeeused. Notice is hereby given that Merrltt A. Johnson, acting in his capaeir.y as Ad- rninistrator with the Will annexed of the above estate, will sell at private ale and for cash the following described real estate : Lot 8 in Block 9, Town of Chney, i in Spokane County, State of Washing- ton to the highest and best bidder. Bids must be bmitted in writing and[ may be left with the Administrtor at I 318 First Street, Cheney, Washington. Bids will be received urtil the date of sale. The sale will be made oz or after No- Vember 10, 1965 Merrltt A. Johnson Administrator with the Will Annexed. Merrltt A Johnson Attorney at Law 318 First Street, C'eney, Washington (Oct. 9-Nov. 8) POOL & IINNIE Z410 North Monroe, Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CR,1ITORS No. 80171 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane, In the Matter of the Estate of EVA OWEN', deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, aud that all persons having claims against seid deceased are required to derVe claims, l duly verified, with necessary vonchers upon the undersigned at 2410 N. Monroe, Spokane, Washington or upon Walter F. Pool the attorney of record at his office at 410 N. Mozroe Spokane, Wash- ingt and file such claim with proof of auch service ir the office of the clerk of the above court at the Olty of Spokane, Washington, within six months after the first publication of this notice or they will be forever barred. Date of' the first publication of this notice ts 29th day of October, 1065. Evalyne M, Wideman Executrix ef the above estate. Wlter F pool . . 2410 N. " 1 ash" BE W.H. Less Than A On an average, householders, businessmen and ustries in Cheney are paying less than a penny for kilowatt hour of electric energy. One of the lowest in the nation! Your Biggest $Va ELECTR As other things go up and up in price, your cost electricity stays the LOWEST in history. Today, electric energy is your BIGGEST dollar -your BIGGEST BARGAIN. Consistently through the years, electricity has you less and less until now-power, light, heat and are furnished the electrified home and business at cost than ever before. Your household dollars - and your business go farther if you use low-cost electric energy for purpose. You save labor, avoid interruptions to and save dollars. Electricity is your solution to economy, cle safety and convenience. And electric service is automatic. q,'; All you have to do is make sure your home and ness are properly wired for the jobs you expect electric to do. Then flick the switch. Electricity is Cheap in Cheney. The More Y, Use the Less it Costs. Cheney City Lieht LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY. i i fl