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Page 8 Chancy Free Press Friday, November 5, 1965 Tough Game Faces Savages For Homecoming Saturday U, nd'ereated ard in so,le pos- se&on of the Evergreen Co- total offense, rushing offense frerme Championship for the and rushing defense. Whit- first time simce 1951, EWSC w,orth  the leader in passing as probably its toughest off erase, and i's second in bth ane of the !965 football sea- ruslmg offense nd tectal of- son Saturday. tense. The Savages meet coss- It WIn be a bathe of ofens, cottony rival WhRwovth coflege as, Eastern mostly on the at 2 p. m. in Joe Albi stadium groand, Whitworth ms,Ey in in a game that wfl highliffht the oh'. Eastemn's 75th anniverwry Iastern will lead with Mel lmrmeomimg celebration. Stant:n, its Iittle-A!U-Ameri- It will be the second crofter- can cndidate, ranked nation- mine game between Eastern ally amon,g sma.ll col,loges as and Whitworth t'.s season, but both the tp rusher, wirh 1,032 w,iH have no effect on the yards, and top scorer with 19 title, touchdowns and 114 l0dn4s. In Whitworth, the Savages will be facing the team that 6 Will Friday led them by the most points 14--in any game this M&es [00000e000i00g year. It was from a 14-0 def- ,: icit that Eastern came on ..... to beat Whitworth 27-14 earlier in the season. A Happy 0({a$i0n Saturday's gme will be a meeting between Eveo satis- By Gary Thurow col leaders, both team and in- The mighty B,l,ackhawks o dividual. Ch.eney high school hst Fri- Esevn, 4-0 in the confer, day night added a victorious eree, nd 7-0 for tle season, mood to the 1965 Hoecorr..- has already set a school mark ing. As Home,co,nfing queen .or consecutive wis in a sin. Argela Cicero toked up0 the gle sea, n, and are trying for t'ieid of linnet, the Blacldtawks so,methng n,o latern fobben were besting hetr rivals, the te,m hus ever done--win all Cardinals of Medical Lake, 12 game in ,a season, to 6.. Iitworth, 2-2 in the con- Cheney's victory was based fereame ad 4-3 overall, has a on th'e quarterbcking of clame to fixh secord in the To.m OvrNd. Ills tora'I yards corfferone, gained were 65. On one of his How They Stand many carries, Tom powered The Savages top the Evc in iris way over the goal .line for a TD. Ready Wynn made Che- , ney's second score of the eve- BOWLING S rang. Tom's rurmh,g game was,. however, overshadowed by his passing game, completing four C out f ei.gtlt for 86 yards. On the eeeeivmg end of these O passes was Dug OrieL, for a gain of sevm yards, and Phil Conrath, who gained 59 yards. R !Phil o proved to be of alue in the defensive department, with nine tackles and o,ur us- E sists. Phil was folloed by S Jerry Hi, risen, eight tackles arid fur assists. The fine kick- ing and punting of Hudsun ]Bowleettem prove:d to be an asset to the Bin's JU s n win. Jery punted four times Kelley's 20 * for a  of 135 )drds. He Hillcrest 17 15 - N M  a also kicked three times for a Lirs Curls 14 s total of 141 yards. 5 B's 14 18 Gibson's Thriftys 18  Medical Lake's only score of Bargain Shop 12 20 the game v on a pass from M N M 2626 ; Bill's Jill 911; Ida Mc- Kinley 470: Mona DeiSm 180. cn:r, recovered by the Cr- Koffee Knp Keg|erg dina in ZS zle. Krazy Kte 24 8 4 .o  *s Ooch I'ch made fls P,Pir '  statement atte the game. "ff Pill Rollers 15 -17 B-Plus 14 i it goes the way t has been wee5, ,a,d '"Fava_ Qte," in (te Btp 10 Kruy Katek 2196, 741; Ida Men- g, we' ve a very good the Free Prose is drawing con- lay 498; Pat MeKinl, 18'/. chvzce of bating CoIfax." s .'d**k Ml.d sidevable :read--p :hh in Rl|Hem RingeaWBeens 2018 ,* -- Chancy a!d Spokane. , '. u , WSU ART SHOW Last weeks issue f The Go Ctter  XO Free Press staed the antici- Msanhe' M n 19" SET FOR CHENEY pated Pate of interest on' Zg- Bell Riners 2863, 807; Wayne li- field 542. 192; Royda Conley 192; Hetty A 25 liece exhibitiom f art ur savings accotms as 4% % Hartford 4'0; Betty Martin: 191. Fireball work by Washingn State Un- per arm,um when R shouM c,ey , 2 n ivexity ,studerts is being se have said 4V4% per mmum. IOOF  18 14 Jon.' Re,o 7  to eght coges and 35 l'dgh W. J. Arneson, pasiden, said SystemLutheranAmUmentchurch 1612 ,0 sc in Va and the aocia, tion tmped to i- Chancy Implement 11 S Idalm for specia stmin, tg. creae the irerest rae 1/4 % t Church 29e: Zoa,' r The StraW inCl, tles dgs, i.n the future but presentl3 r it 1016; Marvin Haggard 657. 227. Chancy Busineme w'te, off lantings, n- w]l lmve to stand at 41,4 %. Fit Department 24 S lusCr'ations al graoh de- Great Western Savigs and F.Mgett Bmatha 20 12 wtrn Auto s6 ze Ngn. Loan Assoatin, Iota,ted e wuon Hmn. as *s It will he on lslly at EW- W. 907 Riverside Ave.. w Cheney Mors 16 16 Brow & Holier 12 so SC from Dec. 6-20  at Ce- started n iSo,0 by O. G. Arne- Nabisco 12 20 ney lRi sc.lmal fxom Ja. 3-10. son, father of W. J. Arnesm, ROTC 9 28 Fire Department 1054, 2939; M. Hag- The WSU art depevnt a!d to da'ce ,la assets of more gal 224: O. Foaeurn 601. ,eTt. a ni'av catlecti of tln 10 milan doavs. Over Clingy Automotive Chancy Department Store 28 * tufleat art to schools each eig mitlin is in first nm- che ute e0 5 year to be used as a teaching g,ge real estate lons nd con- .ro ,9 , aid for at classes md fr tmt:s: Higgin & lendmon.  18 Gheney Moto, 18 genewal eXhit. One of their Ctmney mo- AI' hevr Statbr 18 ,s gage loans w   the Su v meh s%  apartment b cralMe. Dee Motoy Freight 25 c, . s0,. ,0,:. - Women, generaUy speaking, rington $; Frank Olmem, 229. are generally .speaking. by A. W. I.nck1 and Some a 7th and G St. ,across  Mac- CONSERVATION FARMERS of the Year are shown here with the awards presented to them at the annual Junior Chamber of Com- merce soil conservation banquet held in Che- ney last Saturday evening. Waiter Schmidt, center, and his sons Richard, left, and Bob right. See front page story for a complete account of the event. Bob Lindquisl Has Amusin.g 1904 Book of German Dialed Epigrams People who like to browse Ain'd it von derful how birds among old books would no of a edder vi n>t flock to- doubt enjoy looking at one gadder ve,n a man is d un- owned by Bob I-indquist of nl. Bargain Shop authored by It takes three people to George V. Hobart and pub- enchineer a qvarrel--two to lished in 1904. Its title is make it, und vun to run for "Eppy Grams" (Dinkelspiel) a policeman. , and is a collection of slvort C$ohes dosn iS make der paragraphs written in Ger- man, bud day mke udder men man dialect, in the forward thnk so, rich is as broad as the author thanks Mr. Wil- it is vide. liam Randolph Hearst for Enemies vas inquentioned his permission to reprint for der purpose of making a so, me of the epigrams from man realize how nice it is al?ments, yiel,ds and eon.ser- wtion pva.ctiees are oth,er fac- t0,,s which hep determine each farm's acreage atlotment an, d ,rmmbor of domestic mar- keting certificates. Beginning in 1967, allot- merits will be .based on tlat of 37 College Students in Education Get Assignments in Schools of Thirty-seven EWSC students nrajoring in education are stu- dent teaching in the C.heney arena duricg the fall quarter. Chene.y ,area seho,l,s and stu- dents assigned to them in- clude: EWSC campus school Pa- tricia Andrus, Mary. Kammer- zd, Leona Morows, Gary Ro- banske, Dona Ro,senbarge, Camiite Shears, Peggy Sims and June Trevithick. Cheney h i.h schi*ol, Wanda A'n,cona, PatrieJa (Cox) Gain- on, Sharron Frizze.l, Jo,hnny Jeteon, Jean Jolmson, Paul !Johns,an, Gerald Pike, Tor- rance Tu.cek and Gary Ytreeide. Belz eIementary, Pa{riei.a Bcteher, Katherine Car'othe,rs, Gene:ed and Erie,an KAREN GERTRUDE ceased. State of -Washington, kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given B. Iuker, the Executor estate, has rendered and tlement to, and filed in 3ourt of Spokazie County, ington his Final Account center and a petition for tion of said estate, in is asked to settle said the property to the heir . entitled to the same. and said William B. Iunk an( nesday, the 1st day of the hour of 10:00 at the Court room of our sakl Court, ir the City of Spokane Count.y, has been for the hearing and Final Account an,d Petition butior, at which time and person interest(l in said appear and file his exceptio in" thereto and contest the Dated this 3rd clay of Geo. E. Fallquist, Clerk of the Superior By Ralph V. Renwick, (Nov. 5-19) Grapp. Vour Lakes, M*arijean LUCnT & LUCH Ba,l, ding. Garden Sprinzs, Nan- 305 Rookery Bldg., Spokane cy Smith and Pauline S'te,a .................... man. ] Sunset. Ba,rbara Adam S- lee Jonnson, Carole LaCombe, Kathl,een Libra n,cl June Wil , * :o,n. Windsor, Ma:ryeta Carter Alice Fox, Kam and Sandva Parker. Medical Lake 'N', Ten'?' Gamon 'and Ross Rudee,n. Medical Lake ele,mentary, as such Administrator t  , . Jud,ih Pewell a,nd WiTliam petition for the ne preceding year smad of W, rizht, said estate, in which the h, a.e/:oe ? *lzsryLthe Other Chancy area. senders to settle said estate, distribute ,r . . .azn%sne are student teaehin,g in Spo-[ I D tmens, cmpu,ted under the Chen,ey, is. ,at Salk Jun.ior .ore :syste.m. gn-up er pattie- I High; Te.rranice J. Carlin Che- }.on m me ,n.ew un.ry [nay, at Ferrks--hiNh, a.n NoT- .' . pr gram wm .De :e xnlman N. Sehmitt Medical Lake, earw 1966: Daes w,t te an-[at Sacaj.awea Junio,r High ' nouneeo l,ator. [ thereto and entest the came. The New York American. to hat friends. Here are just a few samples Ma vorhps d er artylAG BOYS WRITE from the many in the book. @ol,ar, but vmmen .aere.celON FIELD TRIP I d'er ilver lining in der to hM it marked d,on to 97 cJouds vas legal te1der less cort, akretty. TO BEEF RANCH Vun great rule o life is peoples sud go hurgry, dis: Rememper, vile you vas [ Foowing are two epoVcs Der vorld owes efery man fooling some peoples, odder on a recent beef cattle ield a lifting, bud vota lot of peoples vas fooling you. tp conducted by the iastrue- men vas too lazy to collect Some vimmen chump at con- [ tor, r. Packard, or members der bill! eltos der same pay de of ,his ag. class. Ven a man reoekfs a compli- ah ,up off street ears. rich is FIE LI TRIP men he nefer vorries ofer dev bac,kvrard's. grammar it is wrapped ub in. Oscar Oicklesauer calls By Bart Russell Friday, Oct. 8, the first per- Some of der best rnoosi- his vife at1 pit hen. Between ] ted ag. class, under Mr. Pack- clans votleads der orchestra you and me, I dink der rea- ard wen,t to M. ampton's plays second fiddle by his son dis is dot sherules der [f,anl to judge beef catle. own home in. roost. ,, " Mr. Packard exllatned to ua vrhy the a.rnea's " this Savings and Loan events or cNbbrgti,s fr are rise beef eat. e ter- 1966 listedn the bokl, get mn f the lan  too rog Firm's Advertising- the necessary iorrrmtion into fr other types of farmi and Earns Readership hs .office by no her thn beof cartle don't require the Oct. 30. boer ..of dk,'y cows. he Great Wasre,rn Savmg " , .rlm..favmers have Ire'educed Wheat Far 'bee, cattle ,by breeding the mars  rugged types Of diry cattle with Angus md Here- To Benefit from r buls. From ,he breen'g, beef cattle ha're Shorter legs New Legislation havettmn ddrYshort, eattle;etekybeefbodies,Ctte wlmre dairy cattle l"ave lnger bodies; beef cattle ,have short, Nw farm eg'mlation makes wide faces, whi daiv3r cattl'e it possible for Sp0tane cun- have bi.ggor stomachs than reheat growers to plan] beef eat.fie. noad for fur years, and fox The housewife, vdmn buying meat. loolcs for wel tvimned meat with 'itt at, v&ile the rancher and meat larkers wan ,a round, full rump, ribs, god solid build, legs, ,and straffh bck. O,ly the rancher doesn't vat the final finish for slaughter. sme farmers, a least, t make higher 'net knevmes m 1966, Chyton B. K.', cou_- ty exenN, a agent, said today. He sam the 19 fmn gis- lation extends a 2-price p- .vam or heat for tour yeas, retains v0hmtary participa- tion, rStlpndN the Afus, o Anmndmen penalizing non- oopeatorsl and raises he support level or wheat used daeeally for food. It alto pevnts substitutin for Wheat o barley acreage r 1966. Wheat earm, aa'ked  food les in this country will ,be supported at 100 per cen of t in 966, or $2.57 per but, ,- m,ttal average. Nat- l(m ,loan rate for wheat ov feed or other rren-foed uses i $1.25 per bumt. The hiffh- er price will be paid f wheat a2eompanied ,by dmestic cer- tffteaCes. Who Benefits Most Avatar J. Cagle, WSU exten- sion rm mangemen spavin. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT Or! o. 78062 In the Sul)eri0r Court Washington in and for the r)nkan In the ]latt er of the RICHARD T. STUTItEIT State of Washington. k ane.--ss. Notice is hereby given Stutheit, the Administratel' above estate, has preset*ted for settlement to, in the Superior Court of State of Washington hs By Bob Gurtz On Oct. 8, our first period a@ricutuxe dlass took a field trip to Mr. ampten'.s farm to study beef cattle. On this trip we learned t)he difference between daimy cat- tle nd beef cattle. Daixy cat- tie lmve lomge legs aal fat- ter hinds, while beef cattle have sh,ter lgs and skimmer hinds. We learned t2mt many axm- ere raise ,beef eate because they may ,have 00o hifly ad rocky .lnd to i  . This land mals good pasre land for grazing. Another fact we leazned is ty to the heirs or persons same, and discharge the Stutheit, and that Wednesda: of Decemter, 1965, at the o'clock a.rn., at the Court maid Superior Court, In the kane, in said Spokane duly fixed for the hearing of said Final Account end Distribution, at which tJmo any person interested in said appear and file his exeeptio Dated this 2nd day of Gap. E. Fallquist 905 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. Clerk of the Suuerior By John T. Hurley, NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE (Nov. :5-19) No. 9035 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Talking comes by Spokaae. In the Matter of the Estate of si]enL'e by Anticipated Rate 41% ANNUM For Regular Savings Accounts NOTICE Mosman's ' ,, tin hal, Eastern Weslggt011 " :Smte College. MX. and Mrs. a I  ',brims Warehouse re the I " presat o.ners of the pavt- ": i 00ne00on said, "We have will be osed I,llaY:l[ 1 k alll  m.h faith in the future 1   lllIiII  r of Oheney and we are ........ loong forward to doing more FROM 12 NOON gr tly o at ea savings d o." F,O R i,., figtLVeS that fro'meres w'lm that bee co, tile were raised ,tmt most fra the t for three main pu at " o a!rr, ne'uce'00n "ces Gtttsa'ud, e--n of the Wamnew 'laVOgvn are tRose who 'fitter" They were for wrk, w .-- . '' '' boa:l; W. J. Arnesm% preai, normal or beowaomml[ beef aad turk. Then it was East : den; c. w. varyne, vice presdet; c. K. Stake, vice yields. Farmers with wheat [sh.orte.ned to two. They were . predent; Ruth AIlo, secre-yields consMera bly higher I raised fr milk arid beef, aml F10 M E C O M I N than the eotmty ad state av- [then fiaa,Iy fr just beef. ARd Here Are Just A Few Samples tory; Lorair.e Arvmson, reas. evage may have to sell a such- from this tlmy wet on to u,rev, and Vein Bunxck, as- stmtial ,amoutt of their wheat breedg beef cattle. S dyN 6 Finny we leavred how to atur a or, 1961 MERCURY 2-DOOR SEDAN sistant secretary, at tJa lovev of the tWo support sek a good bee,f co. For prices provided in the p- 6 CYLINDER $895 Listings of Events grin, Oag}e n!ofes, examp(e, a rarrel will vCant Mny farmers, hovever, Ca- a 'beef arrimal tlmt has a OVERDRIVE, ONLY .......................................... Sought by Tourist e ays, 'are pretty sm'e to in- strailrt back, h0vt l,es and 1961 RAMBLER 2-DOOR SEDAN Prordotion Official creae i 1966 net invome skinny hinds, to axld to his fvarn $1,000 to $2,000 by par- herd. A meat packer looks fr TRANSMISSIoNTRANSPoRTATION evensA brochure, and celebations specialstaged tictlaig in, the logram. The beef cattle that ,have  of I,I/MV IHANK$ IvTtt THI V0TEI00 STRAIGHT $595 exnon economist m-es ean red beef with ,ittte fat. ECONOMICAL by communities throughot tls esvmte on the bass f And ]0, a housewife looks the state of WaSbngto will fan budgets built av0und the for lean red beef with hardly wnder{O I 1960 CHEV. CORVAIR 700 again be plrblished by the provisi of the new pro- anyat on it. For ,a smmary, this field I greatly appreciate the grm. ,He figured /mygm $395 Promotion division Of bents fo two typical Was.h- trip gave the lass a good FOUR DOOR SEDAN the State Department af Co'm- lingla Wheat operations: a 0vy o,f beef cable, vote accorded me in the AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ........................ nerce and Evozomic Develop- 1 1,200acre wheat sume,rfM- met. Concentrate on your eriv- School district election on Tu 1955 BUICK 4-DOOR SEDAN The tmoldet, scheduled f.]low fro're,and  700-acre wheat- ing. Get the 360 degree pic- recluse about the first of the ]pea mrm. 1 To Issue Certificates ture and pavticuhrly the are I wilkcontinue to do my best for RUNS GOOD $195 year, wil be drbud to chambers of corrrmevce amt Oag!e points out #h dmes, in front of he direction o , . travel of your vesicle. In't community in the capacity of AS IS, ONLY ....................................................... other age,nies to ,give to Ix)uP- tic cea'fificates will be Lsed be She s(wry driver  says, s arm other interested pe- d each farm progra, m coopexat- "1 ws lmkig to le left and director. Ratcliffe For 'or .by e cottony ASC service the pedestrian rom the Ted Knightlinger, nmnager Commerce. The nmber of suddmny stepped in nt of Vil of the tourist division, kas eerttes iB 'be bsed o my car" Cheney, Washington 235-6238 urged cmmmnities or organ- the wm's co tare f ...... izaions that wish to ,l.ave tho domestic mrket. Prtwus Chk the , .s. eeh e.