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Page 8 Cheney Free Press 'Fast for Freedom' Prolect Announced At Eastern College EaStern Washington State College Natierml Student A sociation is backin, g nation-I wide NSA "Thanksgiving Fast l for Freedom" to be held Sat- uay morning, Nov. 20. lect the cost of the meal from studenCs, Wilh,rd B. D,roke, N. 4821 reenwood Blvd., chap- ter chairman, 'said. Proceeds wi'll be used to buy Thanksgiving food for needy Southern, ers, Drake id. Friday, November 19, 1965 BWSC stu, derts and othersl New Committee Formed ao e oou  "", By School Dists., Colleges breiakfa,st iN,at morning, and I college NSA chapter wl eof : At the Nov. 3 meeting of the Clmney seA.col board Supt. Wm. R}ggs reported on the progress to tlmt dfate to,yard participa- tion in the federal ed, ucatiorml assistance act. One of these programs is the Neih,ber'hood Youth Crps to help in the employment of high school nd coil,age students between 16 and 21 years of age who, because of fmr/mc{al difficulty find it impossible to continue attending school. TWENTY YEARS AGO Mrs. Fred Re,u, ter etertain- The sch,ool district's reslaon- siblli*y is to recommend, em- pl)y .and supervise such stu- daunts and report their time on he jo,b to the county su.t)er- intendent's office who will pay them and in ttrn wfl, l be re- WOMEN ACCOUNTANTS TO HAVE BANQUET i Spangle Girl Gets The Spolane Chapter of th'e :ASG Appointment Amer}can Society of W:o,men Accountants will have heir lan:rm,M pubic relati'ous ban- quet Thursday, Nov. 18, at 6:30 p. m. at the Po,lynesa restaurant in Spokane. Mr. J, oseph M. TewinkM, well- krmn educator and commun- ications consulant, will speak on "Wlmt Employees Expect." Win Over PLIJI Might Yet Put Savages ,n the Top 10 A Spangle soprom,ore at Eastern Washin,gon State Col- lege, Diane V. Harp, 'has been appointed ,an associate justice o,f the EWS'C Associated Stu- imbursed by the federal gov- ernment. Second Program Talked Iastern Washington Sate Co,liege ended its 1965 football season with an 8-1 record, win- nn he Evergreen conference The Roger Wagner ed former schoolmates one day last week. They were Charles Gadby of Paradise Valley and Mrs. Henry Rew and Mrs. As- toria Cole .of "fler. TEN YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fox, Patsy Vandals were busy in Mar- an 2 2enf is sS2reatu/hwas;"   l du ri h e ssm  n s en x arid am  Thursday, Nov. 17, when hey "1 " ..... ....... removed the drain valve from l 1 YGs Wilcox of our Lakes the town. w aer .su,pply se:- repocs thlat she has a peeuli'ar \\;,olr, arammg l't c,opreeay l,ov f Nlox lnrnhil DI],I dry. While sheriff s deputms ,, he athers from one to were at the reseraror mvestv .. - ........... nltinla the ,a, r ww R. NI[ t flree (lol/Dle yOLK:e(1 eggs a ,.. ,, =.. ..... ,'a,. ,,,  , , I dy She ba,s also ound two oreman came o the store to ." ,.., .,,,, thr,o  ,, , ,.  w ,,, , o '* I yolks each t at of the foot brd,ge their tracks. Two oM grade sctmol boys confessed to set- ting the fire but denfied being involved in the re inci- dent. Francis .and Cora Kuehl, Con,rvation Farmers of the Southrest Spolvane Sil and Water cormervatioa d'rict, were horored at the sixth am. zmal recognitior brquet at Bell2rgham Nov. 5. Several Cheney .elk hurters kava reported suecessu unts duing the past week Some were sowDound for a few 6ays and others reCuvned with the elk after amy a few days hireling. Don Meyers and par- ty of six bagged three elk; Elmer Reitmeier and Joh, Ka- gele, .one elk; lMph Gay and Frank Mss, one Lloyd Hvl. In(by and party, two elk for !" Items from the 1900 Free i Press files: Sacked .hoat i.s 67c per bttshet Work is pro- grassing on the new C. A. Rat- cliffe resMence near the tin,b- lic school building. The Seat- tle, Lake Shore and laxtern ralllx)ad right,of-way has been com,pleted to a pot seveM males west of MedicM Lake. The OWR&N oa, d is now fimished to Oakesdale. It is the general belief that next spring the lirm will be built om Stepoe to Cheey. PRICES 20 YEARS AGO Cheddar Cheese, Ib ......... 34c Crispy Crackers, Ib ........ 19c Pet Milk, 4 cans ............ 38c Grapefruit Juice, 46 oz ..... 30c Vesta Raisins, 4 Ibs ......... 46c Creamery Butter ................ 54c Peanut Butter, pint ........ 33 Shop Gibson's for Thanksgiving Norbest Turkeys Fresh Dressed or Frozen Dressed 4 and 5t/ pounds Roasting Chickens, lb. 43 ARMOUR'S STAR Slab Bacon ........... lb. 69c FRESH Cranberries ...... 1 Ib. bag 23c Sweet Potatoes 9. lb. 25c No. 1 Potatoes ..... 10 Ibs. 49c Mixed Nuts ...... .... lb.39c AA Ige. Eggs, ...... I doz. 88c HUNT'S Fruit Cocktail. ...... can 19c KRAFT MINIATURE Marshmallows ... OCEAN SPRAY S pkgs, 1.00 Cr00berry Sauce 19c Soflin Napkins ..... 2for 15c SHURFINE MAMMOTH PITTED Ripe Olives SHURFINE MEDIUM GREEN RIPE Pitted Olives LAS VEGAS GREEN Stuffed Olives .... LIBBY'S- 303's Pumpkin 3 for 1.001: 3 for 1.00 3 for 1.00 each 12c .. each 58c KAISER Heavy Duty Foil Another program consider- ed is under a section of the Elementary an,d Secondary Ed- ucat}on Act, a project for audio-visual service,z, a mobile audo-sut laboratory and other supporting services. The committee working on these federal ,aid projects is com- posed of three staff members of the co,llege, four members of the Chancy s,ch, ool district, a board member of he Amber district and one from the coun- ty ,offiee and a member of the Tilicum club which oeraes the Cheey museum. Fast Work Required Since the apllications lind to be completed for mailing Nov. 10, the board ,approved expe- ditn,g the work and ncamed Supt. liggs s its official rep- resentative in cormee.Uon with the project. The board approved the par- ticipa,ton .of the sclool dis- tri in a joint study groap to be eallled the Southwst Spo- kane County school study com- mittee. Purpose  be coot dinate the pubic set,col and I college pro,gratms to expedite wojects rot value to all schooN. Committee Formed Lewis beard of the education division; Darrelll Bachmn, Wfflam Thomas, C. H. Hedke arid lobert Sawyer. Represent- ing the school district will be Su, pt. Riggs, Betz school Prin- cipal Isherwood, Jack Phi'leo, representin,g the secrdary selmol ad curriculum and three teachers to be selected by the Gheney Education asso- ciation. As requi, red by taw, the board reorgaan_ized itself at the Nov. 17 segsion, 'first m, 'eeth fter eerfifivati, on af the e,lee: ti.or of stool board members. The bo .avd was o elect 'a chir. man ,and a clerk, an ann,ual re, qui:rement under state hw: title and tying its 1948 record. The Savages' 39-7 win over Pacific Luther,a,n University as't Saturday sh'oald Mevate Eastern's standing among the sMl co,llamas. The Savages were ranked No. 3 nat).3,n,at,ly by the National &ss'n .of lnter- colle,#ate Athletics beo,re thefir 21-14 upset by Whit- w,orth. Still In Running oing agairst FLU, Ea,stern was ranked No. 17. Should the Savages again rank among the top 10, above Linfied College, o McMinnviTle, Ore., No. 15 ast week before downing Wil- lamettte 26-6, Eastern would have a chance for a p,ost- sea- son game. Linfield and Eastern each have a one-touchdown loss, the Savages to Whitworth, Linfield to Humboldt State. Linfield ended its season 7.]. It will probably be early next week before the NAIA an- zmunces s,eleeti, on for play- oCf gmes. Eastern coach Dave ttolmes is letting his boys keep their gear, but will not resume practice until- and tme,ss -- the Savages are pcked. Eastern's Mel Stanton. with a 155 yard rushing perfrm- anrce 'raainst PLU, e,sta,blis'hed a new Evco ru,shing record o,f 1,238 yards, topping the old mark of 1,217 set by C.her]ie Reefi of Whitworth in 1953. Has National Record Stanton atso increased his Eveo s.corin'g record by six points on a.61-yard pass re- ception,. He 'had 120 points go- i'rg into the PLU game, whieh led ,al'l cMlege scorers i.n the afion. Hs' iaxshing to*el lva freaked him N>. 2 mog smM1 cllge rushers, arm his .155 yards ,against PLU my retuam him to No. 1". Stm. ton' 137.5 yards per game ru,sMn,g average ,kads the eonrnce tastern lmg- back Don Strte, No. 2 ooner- ML SCHOOL PLAY ,erce rusher, upped  game average to 82 yards SET THIS EVENING i   - r. ' ' " " Medical Lake high setl ool P.onee Aee,,';-.;^- Thespians will present tl.,. ";,".-:=""." ...... py, Out of the Fmg Pan, I'O hold Meer,ng 'at 8 p. m. tl  Fid(ay, Nov. A '.-' .... ;-2 .... 19. Tickets wi'll also admit the m., Su:n(hy, Nov. 21, 1965, has: buyer to a dance Mich will been ealed to vole in trend- foll'w the play: The dance is sporored by the Lettemnen's club. 'Talking it over' is certainly a pleasure here! Your olients, customers or colleagues wi react faorallb, to our food, sevvice and atmosphere. THE MALT SHOP red of new members of the pioneer Associiaion of the Ste ,of Washington, and to te on a new by4aw. Tzo of the new ,members: to be vtett in are (ov. Dan Ewa aml Birg Crosby, both descedanfrs of Whshgton. lioneers. The overn:or's fath- er is a member. Birg Cosby b sent .his autograp,hed pic- ture inscrihed to t,he Pioneer AssoetaLion of the State of W]ashingtan. This oting in new members is necessary so that the Pioneer Directory, to be paid {r by Joslma, o Gree may finally go to presS. Nov. 21st is the final date for ap- prercal of names going into the Dfiaectory. They must he pid- up members. Attorney W. L. Gibln has worked for may weeks re-: vising the By-Laws of le as, meiafion. CARD OF THANKS We wish o t'ha'nk our gener- ous friends for the,rfuJ surprise party nd gifCs for ur silver weding anniver- sary. R was great! Mr. and Mrs. I)aCe Moss n19 Brighten Up The Festive Board Wilh THANKSGIVING FLOWERS Choose from a big selection. THRIFT STORE PLENTY OF PARKING OPEN 9 TO 9 First & Pine Chet's Flowers 235-4916 (horale Will Sing Here Next Sunday The Roger Wagner C:h,oMe with orchestra will be present- ed n eo,neert at Eastern Washington State Col,ege Sund, ay, Nov. 21, evening as anath,er attraction of the EW- SC 75th anniversm3, e,oneert series. The program, b,egin'n,ing at 8:15 p. m., will be m Showa]- ter a,u&itarium. A Nmted number of single admission tickets will be avaihble at the door. One of the most widely pop- u]lar of today's fine musical attractiou, the Roger Wagner Chorale has been acchimed M,1 across the United States and Caad, a and in E:urope and La*in America. This season, to widen the scope ,of the chovaie's always fasein,atin, g programming, Mr. Wagner unld his choristers wil be joined by a first-class in- strumena,1 ensemMe. By 1949 the chorale wtas so wel establi'shed thiat it became Alfred Walenstein's perman- ent chorus during his disting- uished tenure with the Los An- getes Philharmomc. That same year it began its annual cor, a celts at the Iolywod Bow,l, xebi,ch, in s,me summers, lave numbered as raany a,s sx. Started in 1947 The Roger Wagner Chor- ale made its profes,soual de- but i,n 1947, although it had existed the previous year as the City of Los Angeles Con- .Jlqrate sponsored 'by the ity of Los An,gates Bureau L'st season u'der the Pres- idrt's Special In,teenatformt Program for C:utltural Presem-, tatols, the ehrMe visited 101 Sou,0h American and mine Cen- ail American and C,ibben countries. Shots to Be Given Here Next Monday An immun,itioin cntc will start at 9:30 a. m. Monttay, Nov. 22, in the preschol cen- ter in the Chancy ,American Legion .hll, according to an anmou, ncement frmn the Sgo- Pne county helth depart- ment. The ustml inocutens wl be aBminisered. dent overam,ent board. The daughter of Ma's. Tucker, Miss Ha,rp N a uate of Spangle gh She is majoring in at EWSC and is working word a bathe}or of arts ial ucatiort degree. Buffet every Friday ni 5 to8 p.m. $1.65 UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP Fall Bazaar Saturday, Nov. 20 11 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. Church Building, 41h & F Streets Gift Items, Gourmet Foods, Handicraft, Sandwiches, Coffee & Doughnuts Contest at-- If you can find someone who sells Mosman's on any item of the manufacture and quality, you can 20% discounf on any item in our Prices must be regular charges -- no sales or --and quality and type of items must be identical. FRONT 0000XLES! F.100 Styleside Pickup /- .... 8MOOTH RIDE! New Ford pickups ride as smooth many passenger cars. 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