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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, November 20, 1964 Free Press SPORTS 14 Lettermen Among Wrestling Hopefuls Cheney "High School wrest- year. The coach said Cook ling Coach Elder Engei looks "should be tough." for a vastly-improved mat sea- The Blackh,awks open the son for the Bl, ackhawks this season Dec. 3 at Deer Park. winter. The first home match is Dec. The Blackhawks will corn- 17 against Medical Lake. pete in the Class A Bi-County League instead of the Spokane City League. The Bi.Conty Coach Cuts league sch, ools are Colville, Chewelah, Col, fax, Ritzville, BI ckha ks Deer Park, Medical Lake and a w Cheney. Last season, compeling against the Spokane c'YTO|| Men schools, the Blackh,awks man- aged only two league wins. Coach Don Monson has cut 14 Lettermen Back the Cheney-High Sch, ool bas Engel lists 14 lettermen ketball varsity to 11 players. among 53 candidates who start- Monson made the cut this ed turning out Monday. He week after watching the hope- noted, however, that several fits go through drills since key lettermen re not turning Saturday. out this season because of oth- The varsity lists Mike and' er activities. Randy Liddell, Steve Swegle, The lettermen and their Bob Bartlett, Gary Rietz aml weights ar  Mike Patta- d Dick Yocum, all 1,ettermen, Jim  ""  ...... '1 ; Holmes, Doug Orlob, Tom Os- Kicn alaer, Darn iiz; tl i 1- , ..... Milan, 127; Vern Scott, 130; al'u. ge osezwe, g no John Diteman, 133; Strawther [ae list of lettermen in last MeBair, 141; Perry Conrad, . 148" Keith Cook 154" R,,aerlweeks Free Press inadvertent. :' '" -'Mike' Sna - Ih, omitted Mike Liddell, al- ,tJoastr.son ann PP' It}tough his name was included " by Monson Gary Reupple, 175; Barryl , , ," Horton, 191, a.nd Dlrrell Phil'[ niahaaYrsiaSlin the fiwrS  lipson, 191 or ,heavyweight. g. . Y :.P ." ,A?o rtunl2gggathag2t abri:r Pr::ti::s tf:ilmWi 'th mterman to drills and conditioning. fO ,.0. "Now we'll start planning Things Look Better for our first ball games," M,on- "We are still short in the son said. upper weights, as we don't Some 22 B squad candidates have an unIimited wrestler, are still turn,in,g out, and an- Some of our better wrestlers other cut probably will have! are now in the same weight to be made to pare the squad c!ass," Engel said. to size, the coach indicated. "Things do look better than! last year, as the new league i M0g|e Pearson is more compata,ble for our size. We will still wrestle Mead, North Centr, al of Spokane and Leads Bhekhawk Pullman, in addition to our S tralleague opponents. Nrth Cen-In T I Tackle should win the Spokane 0ta S City League," Engel added. Engel said Keith Cook, sen.. ior, is ore of the best pros- Monte Pearson led the Che- poets for the Blackhawks this ney Blackhawks in tackles dur -: yea, r. Cook was c-aptain last ing the 1964 high sclmol foot- " ball season, Coach Jim Hatch disclosed this week. Htig Pdy Pearson had 53 tackles, l- lowed by Ra.mly Liddell, 47; Steve Swegle, 44; Rod Reed, Scores Elk Kill Christianson,Dev Stutsznan,, 34.'4' ,and Rog- Randy Liddell led in the Three elk were bagged by a rushing department with 499 hunting party that included yards in 94 carries. Others, Jerry Betz, s Paul ,and with times carried and yards Lloyd Hollachy of Oheney, gained, in that order, were Ralph McLean of Spokane and Gordy Olson, 79 and 331; Norm McLean of Fairfield. George Rosenzweig, 54 and The party went 16 miles by 264; Mike Liddell, 39 and 132; pack train in the Crooked Dale Grub, 13 and 43; Cye ork area of the Blue Moun- Logsdon, 14 and 31; Craig tains where they set up camp. Parks, 8 and 29; Roy Woo, 3 Holladay .said the weather and 12; Tom Oswald, 17 and was excellent, with very. little minus 4, and Jim Holmes wRh snow, making excellent ,hunt- 5 and minus 17. ing condiUons. "There is a not- Tom Oswald threw 95 passes iceable decline in the amount and completed 35 for 550 of game in the area from what yards. Holmes threw s.ix, com- there was 20 years ago when pleted one for 19 yards and I first started the Jim Lavigne threw one and trips," he said. completed it for 10 yards. Some of the party had to re- - Grub led the pass receivers turn early but Paul and Holla- with 19 catches for 230 yards; day, who waited for packers to Doug Orlob bad 9 for 124 bring .out the camping gear, Stutsman, 3 for 90; Swele, were gone over two weeks, 5 for 58, and Reed, 4 for 48. leaving 0ct. 31 and coming Oswald, Rich Hagelin and home Nov. 17. Christianson played all 3B Holladay's only compMint quarters for ironmen lonrs. was that the hunters seem to Darrell Phillipson was close eat more each year and it behind with 35 quarters. takes more time to cook for l the group. J CARD OF THANKS Anoither group, incttdingJI wish to thank all my friends Frank,.ker, Amber, Louis]and neighbors for their many Baker and Howard Talbott,[flowers, cards, gifts and kind- Spokane, earlier brought out[hess to my family during my two elk from the As'olin Creek[recent stay in the hospital. are. ' I Gall Liddell n20 Tile Fireside Restaurant00 and Flame Room Will Be Open Thanksgiving Day Give the ladies a holiday National Farm-City Week I-H flubs Hold Proclaimed By President T dayTh ghTh d y , A 4-H district achievenlent 0 rou urs a program for Cheney-Spangle area members was attended by In just 05 years, there will agricultural products the world !75 at the Four Lakes Grange be 340-million American din- has even known. nor plates for the nation s Ngyer before in history has: farlners to fill. so much food and fiber been Clayton B. Kelsey, county extension agent, said this sta- tistic is based on the prvjee- tion of 340-million Americans by the year 2,000. Today's pop- ulation is close to 200-million. President Lyndon B. Jo,hn- on called attention to the pro- jcted population growth in his Farm-City Week Proclama- tion. Participation Asked The President, a former Texas farm boy, designated Nov. 20 through 26, as Nation- ai Farm-City Week, and called upon people throughout the Natiort to particii'ate in the week's observance. He specifically requested !eaders of business groups, la- bor unions, women's clubs, civic associations, and all eon- sumers to join with farm fam- ilies and other rural people in tim observance as evidence of the strong ties that bind ucban and rural Americans. The President also spelled out these good reasons for rgin observance of Farm City Week: American farmers are the most efficient producers of ALLEY ANTICS Cheney Businessmen ROTC 25 15 Wilm Homes 24 16 Nabisco 23 17 Fdgett Bros. 22 lg Outlaws 22 18 Fire Department 19 21 7 23 Free Press 18 22 Brown -& }Iolter Harold ttartley 223; Don Nusser 587; Edgett Bros. 1064, 3001. 5 O'Clock Mixed ?our F's 25 15 Pin Pals 23 17 21 19 Fugitives G. I. Joes 19 21 Catverts Reserve 19 21 kmberites 18 22 Has Boons 18 22 Splits & Misses 17 23 Four F's 2330; Fugitives 840; Jack Ferruson. 564, 203 ; Jo Anne Ketchcn 438; Heft }tartford 179. Bowlerettes M N,M , 25 15 Hillcrest 24 16 Lil's Curls 23 17 Bill's Jills 23 17 Five B's 21 19 Kellys Tavern' 19 21 Wilson,'s Insurar*ce 14 26 Bait's IGA 11 29 Lil's Curls 2716, 959 : Lil Greene 536, 208. Firebal Jones' Resort 29 15 Bill Hatch 26 18 Poor Boys 25 18/. System Amusement 21 23 Lutheran Church 15 28 IOOF Lodge . 15 29 Jones' Resort 3053; Poor Boys 1054; Rosce Atkins 232; Charles Proctor 547. Koffee Kup Keglers B Plus 28 16 Pied Pipers 26 18 4 Quest to,as 24 20 Old & Youn 22 22 PillroUers 20 24 Krazy Kates 20 24 Cluster Busters 20 24 Shirt Tales 15 29 Pillrollers 2221; Cluster Busters 761; Pat Conrath 557, 217. Cheney Automotive Higgins & Henderson 30 18 Ars Chevron Station 27 21 Eddy's Shoe Shop 26 22 Ratcliffe Ford 25/ 22V Hillcrest Stables 211fij 261./., Cheney Auto Parts 21 27 Sunset View Rareh 21 27 Browz & Holter 20 28 Brown & }Iolter 3046, 1098 ; James Dyck 593 ; Frank Greene 235. Wednesday Mixed Yard Birds 31 13 Beke Young 27 17 Kin Wins 26 1 Refugees 2t 23 Winans Davis 20 24 JB's 18 26 Dis Ables 18 26 Buckaroos 15 29 Buckaroos 2357, 819; Frank Selfridge 543; Dave Davis 208; ]Eloise Goodwiz. 475; Erlene Winans 202. produced by so few farmers for so many people throughout this world at so reasonable a cost. Becauee e'f the initiative and e,fficiency of our farmers, most ofour people :have no need to produce their own food, and, instead, are free to produce the many other goods and to provide the many services that account for our high standard of living. Population Explosion The consumer's stake in a- suring the continuing vitality of our agricultural system be- comes m0,re apparent each day a the wc,rM's explodr.g pop- ulation creates ever increas- ing demands upon us for food and fiber. The farmer, already a major consumer, depends more and more each day upon the pro- duets and services o,f science, labor, and industry to p,rovide him with the modern tools an supplies needed for farm pro- duction today. For all these reasons, the President says, farm and city families should recognize and better understand their inter- dependence. In his proclamation, the President expresses h,is belief that joint participation in ],'arm-City activities will ad- vance this essential mutual understanding. Halversons Get Award At Banquet Mr. and Va,s. Arthur H.alver- son, Espanola, were among 50 conservation farmers of Wash- ington receiving award certif- icates at a state recogni:tian banquet last week in &pk,ane. The banquet, sponsored an- lually big the Junior Chamber of Commerce, brought to a close the Vashington Ass,ocia- tion of Soil and Water Cnser- ation Districts state conven- tion. Presenting the certificates, signed by Gov. losellini, was Congressman-Elect Tom Voley. Foley said he as .aetin,g in behaV of the Governor, who was not able to attend. He also said he thought the conserva- tion district movemen,t was a prime example of wha local ,peopte can accomplish through teamwork and iitiative. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. i Jerold Beta, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Painter, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willms, ,and Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Kelley, all of Cheney, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald MeCo,ary. Spokane. Other higtfi,ights of the con- zention included the-election of Scott BaTr, Edwl, as state president to succeed Robert Whitmare, Pullman. Fred Linke, Spokane, was elected to Nothing else quite measures up Walker's DeLuxe THE ELEGANT 8 YEAR OLD BOUR $5954/5QT. PINT STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 86.8 PBOOF HIR,I WK & SONS INC., PEORIA, ILL. t Distrid Program A i-H prog m area nel !75 L t] Nov. 10. Pins were presented to 4-H members ranging in length of membership from a jun}or cer- tificate to 9 years. In order to receive a pin, 4-H members had to complete their project, turn in a record bok and earn 70 out of 100 points o,n ti score sheet. Dwight Zehm, Spangle Hoe and Grow, gave the welcome and was master of ceremonies. Terry Tannich and Annie Goodwin, Lance Hill, led he flag sahzte and 4-H pledge. Herman Kruiswyk, county ex- tension agent, presented the pins and awards. The following 4-H members presented the talent for the program: Linda Hardie, Judy Babb and Helen Hendricks, East Cheney; Karen Dobbins and Nina Holloway, Cbeney Ranchers; Roger and Fred Goodwin and Beverly Dew, Lance Hill; Carol Ann Splichal, Gayle Sehieche and Becky Flaig, Spangle Hoe and Grow and members of the Busy Fing- ers. Receiving special county and state awards were Ed Emtman East Cheney, Becky Flaig, l Judy Cornmesser and Gayle Sehieche, Span,gle Hoe and Grow, and Nora Moore, Busy Fingers. PIX SCHEDULES PRESLEY FILM OVER WEEKEND Elvis Presley will s,tar in Kissin' Cousins tonight through Sunday at the Pix Thea.tre, along wLth the com- panion feature, Mail Order Bride. The Pix will be closed Wed- nesday and Thursday of next week because of t,he Thanks- giving holidays. Mail Order Bride, Which stars Buddy Ebsen (Beverly tlillbilliesL will start at 7:40 p. m. Elvis and KissJn' Cous- ins starts ,at 9 p. m. and lets ,out at 10:50 p. m. No matinee is planned Sat- urday, the management re- ports. Lack of attendance caused cancellation of matin- ees. serve as eastern state vice president. Heading up state ladies aux- iliary for a second term is Mrs. IIalverson. Serving as the east- ern vice president is Mrs. Willms. The Southwest Spo,kane SW- CD reeewed a salient pIaque presen, ted by Bill Wofermaa, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. representative, fo prominent activity in the conservation movement during the past year. As 1.on ago as 1899, te House of Delegates of the American Medical Associaon urged .adoption of hws requir- ing compulsory vaccination. 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