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Thursday, November 22, 2012 Free Press Page 7 LOOKING BACK 10 Years Ago Nov. 28, 2002 30 Years Ago The Medical Lake City Dec. 2,1982 Council moved ahead with After learning they plans to build a new skate- could save upwards of $1.5 board park, authorizing million in energy costs per city staff to obtain funding year, the Cheney School throughSpokaneCommu- District heard proposals to nity Development Block convert the high school to Grants. natural gas. PhilSnowdon, theSu- The Cheney City perintendent of Cheney Council was getting its schools for the past 11 years first look at the 1983 bud- ,announced he would re- get. One good part of the tire at the end of the cur- budget was the addition rent school year, ending of Key Tronics to the tax 32 years in the education rolls, meaning their nearly business. $800,000 in value would Eastern Washington help local property taxes University's volleyball drop a little. team was ranked 18th in A new five-year exten- the most recent NCAA sion of the agreement with poll and was awaitingEWUtocontinuerecyding word as to whether their at the Cheney Recycling 24-10 record would qual- Center was agreed upon ify for the NCAA tourna- between the two groups. ment. Medical Lake School University of Tulsa DiStrict learned that with transfer Josh Blanken- the reduction in 874 fund- ship was named as theing, and less in state mort- Big Sky Conference Co- ies, would mean a loss of Offensive player of the $400,000 in yearly revenue year after a season in superintendent Clayton which he had a hand in Dunn reported. setting 10 school records Medical Lake's new and helping engineer a postofficeofficiallyopened, 30-21 upset victory over replacing the former bufld- the nation's No. 1 IAA ing that had served as its team, Montana, snap- home for nearly a quarter- ping the Grizzlies' 24- century. game winning streak. A big group' of sertiors were going to be counted 20 Years Ago upon to lead the Cheney 1992 girls' basketball team in Issue missing from our 1982-83. They included archives. Lynn Paul, Rene Wiley, From the archives: 1982 Letter winners Lisa Morrow, Julie Mor- person properly outfitted genstem, LaurieHattemer, to attempt to walk out 17 Marcia Waite and Cindy miles to find help. Gifford. Work was on schedule for the new Cheney fire sta- 40 Years Ago tion with Chief Maynard Nov. 30,1972 Haskins expecting crews A special levy with a to occupy the building on price tag of $896,000 was schedule early in 1983. presented to the Cheney The ~ Washington School Board by super- State College Savages were intendent Gale Marrs as preparing to open the bas- a means of balancing the ketball season against Gon- 1973 district budget, zaga University at Kennedy Cheney-area resident Pavilion.CoachJerryKrause Larry Gibson was one of expected four returning let- five very fortunate people termen, plus transfers like who all survived the crash Floyd Haywood, brother of of a Cessna 182 four-pas- Seattle Super Sonic Spencer senger plane in the rug- Haywood. ged Kettle Crest Mountain range near Republic, Wash. 50 Years Ago Gibson, who had an ar- Nov. 23,1962 tificial leg, was the only Cheney schools were in the process of conducting a census of handicapped stu- dents to find who were and were not enrolled in special education programs. The Medical Lake Town Council voted to accept fed- eral grants in the amount of $286,500 that would enable the community to build a sewage treatment plant. Betz Elementary School was the site of the newest round of the Sabine oral polio vaccine. Head coach W.B. Re. ese was busy preparing his EWSC basketball team for its opener at Memo- rial Fieldhouse against the Whitman Missionaries from Walla Walla. iii [] [ petebacc@centurytel.net TOMLINSON USAF retired: 953.4598 w~sl vt~ms #1 in West Plains Home Sales e-~Ro~ Go to tourfactory.com for all Virtual Tour #s Price Address Town Bd/Ba/Oar Tour # $97,500 ... 303 E. Lake St ................... Med. Lk......2/1/0 .................. 80352; $99,500 ... 8800 W. Jensen Rd ............ Cheney .................. 10 Acres.. 84447! $189,000. 1120 N. Tara Lee .............. Mad Lk...... 3/3/3 .................. 922341 $279,000. 35521 S. Rock Lake Rd ...... Cheney ...... 3/2/2...20 Acres.. 895411 $346,000. 27309. W. Tucker Prairie.... Cheney-Edwall.....3/2/2...5 Acres.... 867301 $569,000. 16595 Whitelaw Rd., E ...... Hanson Harb0r...3/3/3...Lk. Roosevelt.. 859881 CHURCHES Emmanuel Lutheran Church United Church of Christ Emmanuel Lutheran Church invites you to wor- The United Church of Christ welcomes everyone ship with us this Sunday Nov. 25, 2012 as we celebrate to the service of worship held in the sanctuary at 423 Christ the King Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Christian educa- N. Sixth St. Nov. 25. The focus of the service will be tion for all ages begins at 9 a.m. Thanksgiving. Mark your calendars and plan to join us onChildren (age 3 to grade 8) may either go to their Wednesday evenings in December beginning Dec. 5 class after listening to the children's minutes or stay in for Advent midweek -soup siipper and worship. Soup church with their parents: Little ones may stay in the supper begins at 6 p.m. followed by Holden Evening child care room in the Christian Education Building Prayer at 6:30 p.m. from 9:45-11:15 a.m. We're friendly folks. Please join us after church as St. Paul's Episcopal Church we get to know one another over coffee and cookies. All are welcome. We are a welcoming haven hOur- Speaking of cookies, ladies, please plan to attend the ishing all God's people in body, mind and spirit. Cookie Exchange and Women's Fellowship meeting This Sunday is the last Sunday after Pentecost, Christ to vote on the budget Monday, Dec. 3 at Sally Shamp s the King. Eucharist at 11 a.m., Rev. Christine Soule will house. preach and preside. Child care is available. Thank you, Emmanuel Lutheran, for hosting our shared Thanksgiving service this year. Welcome back EWU students! The college Monday night dinners have resumed each Monday 5-6:30p.m. in the Parish Hall. Please come, learn, share and be inspired. Narcotics Anonymous meets in the Parish Hall each Tuesday and Saturday evenings at 7 p.m. Fellowship breakfast is now Thursday morning at 7:30 a.m. in the Parish Hall. Join us for good food, fel- lowship and discussion. Come and bring a friend. For your contemplation: "The fruit of Silence is prayer. The fruit of Prayer is faith. The fruit of Faith is love. The fruit of Love is service. The fruit of Service is peace." Mother Teresa St. Paul's is located at 625 C St. on the edge of EWU campus. OBITUARIES Judy Lynn Strode Judy Lynn Strode Trigg, 67, of Cheney, Wash. passed away will be held from 10 Wednesday, Nov. 7, a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, 2012, surrounded by her Dec. 16, 2012 in the family. Judy devoted Elizabethan Room at herself to caring for oth- the Davenport Hotel in ers and touched many Spokane. in her community. Her In honor of Judy's incredible kindness and charitable spirit, me- generosity will be great- morial donations may lymissed. Her daughter be made to the Spo- Rachael Marcella Trigg kane Humane Society and her husband, Johnat 6607 North Havana Frostad, of Spokane, St. Spokane, WA 99217 Wash, survive Judy. (509) 467-5235, www. A memorial service spokanehumanesoci- celebrating Judy's life ety.org.