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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Thursday, November 18, 1982 [] !;:o Baking Among the classes offered at the Skills Center is baking. In this photo, Chancy High School Senior John Nail prepares a pie crust. Nail plans to enter Spokane Community College's food sendce program. Lotzenhiser to retire Lotzenhiser, a veteran of WWII, Korea and Viet Nam, recently retired with the rank of Rear Admiral in the Navy Reserve and relinquished his position as Commander, Naval Reserve Readiness Command - Region Twenty- Two, serving the Pacific Northwest. To date, Lotzenhiser, an accomplish- ed trombonist who has performed with many popular artists, has composed and published 38 pieces of music and plans more such work in his retirement. He also plans trips to the British Isles to contume research rata early instru- mental music. Another musical project he is considering is starting a music ensemble on Whidbey Island where Lotzenhiser and his wife, Kathryn, will build a home, Dr. Lotzenhiser Dr. George W. Lotzenhiser, 59, who has headed Eastern Washington Uni- versity's fine arts programs since the school established a division of creative arts in 1960, will retire at the end of this year. In the interim, Dr. Gregory W. Haw- kins, professor of art and former chairman of the Department of Art, has been named Acting Dean of Fine Arts, effective Jan. 1. Lotzehniser, a Spokane native and North Central High School graduate, received his bachelor's degrees from EWU, his Master of Music from the University of Michigan and his doctoral degree from the University of Oregon. He was named chairman of the then newly-formed Division of Creative Arts at Eastern in 1960. The division, now the School of Fine Arts, includes the departments of art, music, theatre and radio4elevision. Nearly 1,500 students are enrolled in courses in the School of Fine Arts. Debate team loses event Cheney High School's varsity debate teams of Kurt Triplett and Carolyn Ferguson, and Jill Schiller and Angela Grimm opened their season last week by participating in the University of Idaho Dehate Tournament. The Ferguson/Triplett team swept the first round with three straight wins Friday evening. Advancing into the "power matches" on Saturday, the duo narrowly lost the next two matches and the championship, resulting in a 3-2 tourney record. The Grimm/Shiller team ran into stiff competition, but received favor- able comments from the judges. A total of 39 teams competed, repre- senting the Spokane league, the Boise valley, Lewis(on and Coeur d'Alene. On Nov. 13, the Cheney debaters will participate in the Gonzaga Individual Tournament_ District #8 debating was to have started on Nov. 10. Would you like a new figure for the holidays? If you could lose weight by yourself you would have by now CA L L TODA Y! for a free consultation Christmas gift certificates now available ECCCZ] The Natural Way to Lose Weight Call: J. A. Love - 235-2600 F&M Business Center- Behind the Hairline Chancy, We. Car care Cheney High School Seniors Wayne Wilkerson, Buddy Morgan and Dave Dobson check a car's emission control system during automotive class at the center. Center offers vocational training By Rod Everhart Recognizing the need for more vo- cational education in the public schools, a group of area educators and ad- ministrators launched a feasibility study in 1974 which led to the Sept. 9 opening of the Spokane Area Vocational Skills Center. Located at N. 4141 Regal in Spokane, the center provides a variety of vo- cational classes for students from 14 area high schools including Cheney and Medical Lake. "Our purpose here is to offer ad- vanced vocational training to high school junior and senior students," says Director Dr. Ruth Abendroth. The classes are over and above what is offered at the high school, she adds. Abendroth says her center's classes are equivalent to beginning level com- munity college and, in fact, she is working with Community College District 17 to get students advanced credit and placement. Students attend center classes during either the morning or afternoon session and then attend regular classes at their home high school. "It's a real privilege to go here," says Abendroth. "Every student that leaves here should have entry level skills." Besides teaching trade skills, the center also teaches students how to dress and act in the working world, Abendroth says. Instructional programs include agriculture, automotive, business edu- cation, cnmmunications, health and trades and industries. The center held its open house Tuesday. The skills center has enrolled 508 students which includes 14 from Cheney and nine from Medical Lake. Dixieland to perform Dixie '82, a local Dixieland band which performed at the 1974 World's Fair, will perform today at noon in the Pence Union Building. The concert is jointly sponsored by the Associated Students of Eastern Washington University and the Music Performance Trust Funds. The musical group features Steve Filippini, Andy Owens, Roger Jamison, Paul Valsvig and Bruce Pennell. Dennis Carey leads the group. Admission is free. Banquet slated The fourth-annual Father/Daughter Banquet will be sponsored at Medical Lake High School by the Cardinal Rahs on Nov. 23. The event will be staged in the girls' gym at 6:30 p.m. Senior girls are asked to bring salads; junior girls are asked to bring main dishes; and the Cardinal Rahs will bring desserts. This year's theme will be "Daddy's Little Girl", and photos will be taken by Dorian Studio. Subscribe I I II I 5Copies 418 College AN. Hourlb: 7:30 a.m. tO 6:00 p.m, Monday through Friday Telephone: 235-2141 PARKING BEHINO PHILENA APARTMENTS I SHOWALTER HALL I ., coFY-.rrE I 4th i F----- 5Copies Illl I I Menu Medical Lake Nov. 18 - Nov. 24 Thursday--Grilled ham patty on a bun with mustard and pickles, hash browns with cheese, green beans, apple quartet" and milk Fridab--Pre;Fhanksgiving I)inner -- Sliced roast turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy: garden fresh peas, carrot sticks, cracked wheat rolls attd butter, pumpkin pie and milk. Monday--Pork gravy over mashed potatoes, ctmese sticks, green beans, fruit basket upset aud milk. Tuesday--Tacos with lettuce and cheese, buttered corn, coffee bread, orange wedge and milk. Wednesday--Hot dogs with mustard and catsup, pickles and fresh vege- tables, tater rounds, applesauce and milk. I I II [I Chancy, Nov. 18-25 Thursday--Pre Thanksgiving Lunch: Roast turkey in gravy, whipped po- tatoes, fruit salad with pineapple dres- sing, glazed pumpkin bread and ice cream. Friday--Cheeseburger, dill pickle chips, fries with catsup and chilled fruit. Monday-Spaghetti casserole, seasoned green beans, french rolls, garlic butter and cake with cherry sauce. Tuesday--School's Choice: Third grade menu. Wednesday--School pizza, buttered corn, fruited gelatin and peanut cup. Thursday--Thanksgiving Holiday. I CHET'S FLOWERS ; , I For: Fresh flower bouquets Rowering plants Silk and dried arrangements Foliage plants Balloon bouquets FREE DRAWING Let us dress your table with a Thanksgiving turkey and a beautiful floral centerpiece. OPEN Mon.-Sat. 9-5 Closed Thursday Nov. 25 235-4916 oeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee COUPON Name Address Phone Return this coupon to CHET'S FLOWERS, Cheney, before 5:00 p.m., Nov. 20, 1982 to be eligible. Drawing held at 12:00 noon Nov. 22, : 1982. Two winners: Each will receive a $25.00 grocery gift certificate and a beautiful Thanks- 6 ' @ giving centerpiece. No purchase necessary, One winner per family, Oeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee WE DELIVER CHET'S FLOWERS 1st & Pine, Cheney, WA Illl I 838-7886 School b elects So Cheney farmer Kent Sony will be the new Cheney School Board president. He was elected Nov. 10 at the board's meeting in the Junior High School. Sony succeeds Robert Morgenstern. Sony has been a board member since 1965 and has served previously as president three" times. "I'm just as interested in schools today as when I started," Sony said. Looking toward the next year, Sony said he wants to help the board "ad- just, keep and maintain" programs that will fit into the current economy. The high school expansion program will be at the top of that list. The program would include adding class- rooms and closing .off the open-mall design to add space and incr6age energy efficiency. "We will give deep consideration as to our needs in developing orbuilding fit the high school while still considering the taxpayers," Sony said. He said, if it is feasible to do the modernization, the board will have to look at all alternatives and the reasons why the district should consider them. "Everybody needs to understand fully what the board and district are trying to do for the kids and the taxpayers," So W said. To help the board understand the district's needs, Sony encouraged people to attend meetings. "At our board meetings the door is always open and anyone is welcome to express his or her opinions," he said. Sony said that is the only way the board can know what the people are thinking. In other action the board: --Elected Roberta McNeal as vice president. She will also continue as legislative representative. i! T00PS, a Wednesday ei ,eA __Authorized  School s nulfi' en for use at a P" Pauls church. .00SehedUl00O00,00 for Nov. 24, administratiO --The board :: several prOgt_ School. Cot explained bri , an effective sl offered in the Paul WalnUt ire reading P #1 --Voted to submit the application for eighth gradeS: state assistance in school building the CheneyI) ,, construction with the State Board of Jim MosseY,,- Education. This form must be submit- explained" hiS s' , ted before any funding measure can be whmh studenel ":' approved, their self ina Cheney churC00 Cheney Christian Church Cheney C"i;I 525 5th St. 3rd D Pine UNII Cornerof 5th Et O Sts. ,Urn I Services: Sunday SchoOl Bible School 10:00 a.m. Ev ngB; [-LW:;hip H.U:t4od , Classes for all ages. Morning Worship and Communion 11:00 a.m. Family Night . ,,, Sunday Evening Youth Claire  Meeting 6:30 p.m. ' Choir Practice Sun., 9:15 a.m. John Myers, Pastor Phone 2358368, 2354148 United 4th and G Streets  , Church SchOOl i:I Chenev Baptist Church " 2ndt Oakland Morning W i#  SUNDAY Nursery Sunday School 9:45 a.m. GregorY Morning Worship 10:55 a.m. I Training Union 6:00 p.m. _, Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY CheneY Meeting at ] Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m. Center," Pastor Robert Thomason hool " Sunday Sc ,io 2356400 wor> .... Morning Evening ServiCed-4 Ca I abO0t ffl' Chenev Seventh-day Duane ;! " " 2 Adventist Church , 1 mile north on Highway 904 Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Saturday (hlt/ Worship 11:00 a.m. Oi I A, 1 Family Night Wed., 6:30 p.m. I Pastor Larry Onterseher ._,lL/V' i 235-6000 29%4925 Sunday scr-'iP,r., Morning War Choir PraCtiCe..hip . St, Rose of Lima Catholic Evening WrTI'_ (Nursery av ,t" Church v 0' Sixth and Annie Race Adult Bible StL ,A Masses: Teen Bible s tua Sat. 5:30 p.m. J C pult, - mmi'- Terry u.  Sun. 9:00 El 11:00 a.m Holy days (as announced} Confession: Sat. 4:00-5:00 p.m. Father John Oosterman 235-6229, 838-8069 639 Elm 2 Sunday Faith Center Foursquare Gospel Church WorshiP .ol  "J 216 6th Class for Ao . ull Sunday 10:00 a.m. pastor Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Worship for ,. Steve Perry, Pastor - 235-4402 Campus " ;4:, United Church of Christ St. paul'S 423 N. 6th 235-4193 Adult Fellowship Monthly HoD Church School 10:00 a.m. ChurCh Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Nursery Care 9:45-12:15 RaY. The Ray. Harold Bodte