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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Thursday, November 25, 1982 I--ygienists practice skills Special ed students and TMR (trainable Ioway, work with special ed and TMR mentally retarded) students at Cheney High School recently were given a spe- cial clinic on Dental Hygiene. Sponsor- ing the session in the High School Home Economics Room was Cheney dentist Dr. Richard Roccanova and Registered Dental Hygienist Sandy Seep. Also working with the students were students from the Eastern Wash- ington University Dental Hygiene pro- gram. The special class part of a regular class at Cheney High, now in its sec- ond year. High School teacher Mary Brown. assisted by Aide Charlotte Gal- students, teaching them basic "survival" skills, including basic cooking, hygiene and sewing. Pictured at top, EWU hy- giene student Carrie Ringo works with Greg Beavins, who learns the correct way to brush teeth. Pictured below, Ter- ri Pratt learns the same thinCl from Hygienist Sandy Seep, using a set of plastic teeth. Providing the students with free brushes, floss and other items was Dr. Roccanova, who operates his own practice at the corner of Third and College streets. i EWU enrollment keeps growing While enrollment at some American universities is declining, Eastern Washington University is still growing. In a report to EWU trustees last week, Admissions Director Glenn Feh- ler said the freshman enrollment has been climbing since 1977. "We feel very comfortable with what has been happening over the past five years," Fehler said. The quality of students entering EWU also looks good, Fehler said. For the last three years, the average grade point of entering freshman has been about 3.06. University President H. George Frederickson said that, under the six- year plan for higher education pro- posed by the Council for Post Second- ary Education, EWU will probably see a higher percentage growth than other state universities. Since funding is based on growth, Eastern's future appears bright. In other business, Frederickson said administrators hope to resolve the furor caused when EWU cut stipends to teachers who supervise student teach- ers in the classroom. EWU eliminated the $60 stipend last summer during budget-cutting action. That move saved the university $20,000 annually. Some school districts have threaten- ed, however, to refuse EWU student teachers in their classrooms, Freder- ickson said. Many student teachers have not been placed in a student teaching position for the quarter. Frederickson also reported the State Board of Educ_ation_hasapprove(i the pri-ncipal and teaching program for the next five years. Associated Student Body President Dave Rudy said students actively support the new Spokane Center pro- ject, but now they will be working toward getting the PUB expanded. Rudy also said the ROTC blood drive conducted recently was the best ever. The board also approved title changes for the business and finance office staff. The changes will become effective Jan. 1 when Vice President Fred Johns retires. He will be replaced by Russ Hartman. A special budget request to allow University Legal Assitants at Gon- zaga University to handle student legal problems was approved. However, be- cause of possible conflict of interest, other legal possibilities are being in- vestigated. School News Writing contest underway One of the most exciting things the Pacific Northwest Writers Conference (PNWC) has to offer every year is the High School Contest. Why? Because high school students are the future writers of America. Zola Helen Ross: one of the founders of PNWC says, "Writing can't be taught. You only learn to write by writing." To encourage young writers to write, another Annual High School Contest is in full swing. There are three awards in each of three catagories, non-fiction, slaort story and poetry. In addition, a Schools out early The Medical Lake Schools will get out , an hour early today because of the i Thanksgiving holiday Wright named head regularSChl will resume'MondaYtime, at its i of astern college I Dr. Wright School Menu Cheney, Nov. 25 - Dec. 1 Thursday--Thanksgiving holiday Friday--Thanksgiving holiday. Monday--Parent-teacher conference. l1:30 a.m. dismissal. Tuesday--Parent-teacher conference. 11:30 a.m. dismissal. 'Wednesday--Pork in gravy, whipped potato, celery/peanut butter, frosted cinnamon roll. Medical Lake, Nov. 25 - Dec. 1 Thursday--Thanksgiving holiday. Friday--Thanksgiving holiday. Monday--Deluxe hamburger on a bun, french fries and catsup, pickles, choco- late pudding and milk. Tuesday--Pizza, hot buttered corn, lettuce wedge with Thousand Island dressing, dried fruit and milk. :a hash beans, peanut butter sandwich, and milk. Dr. C.T. Enus Wright, former direc- tor of the Black Education Program at Eastern Washington University, will be inaugurated president of Cheyney State College next month. Wright, who joined the EWU faculty and administration during the 1977-78 academic year, also served as asso- ciate professor of black education and history and as assistant provost for curriculum development at Eastern. Cheyney State College, located in Cheyney, Penn., southwest of Phila- delphia, was founded in 1837 and is the oldest black institution of higher educa- tion in America. Dr. Wright will become the fifth president of the school, which joined the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania system of higher education in 1913. Prior to that time, chief administrators of Cheyney State were called princi- pals. Cheyney State College enrolls some 2,500 students. Wright's inauguration is scheduled for Dec. 5. He has been on leave from EWU for the past year, serving as vice president for academic affairs at Talla- dega College of Alabama. Adric Arndt was one of many Cheney swimmers joining more than 200 other regional swimmers in competition Sat- urday at the Eastern Washington Rec. reation Association Swim Meet at East. ern Washington University. Other local swimmers included Stirling Sage, Mike Long, Jon Grafious, Bobby Morgenstem, Kristin Love, Michelle Knokey, Kaci Nation, Chris Bledsoe, Brian Hale, Bren- da Kautzman, Mike Nation, Jackie Wickersham, Holly Staat and Teresa and Joe Caller. A ' t CHENEY CITY LIGHT CUSTOMERS If you heat your home primarily with electricity, you are eligible for a free home energy audit and possibly a re- imbursement for insulation work done, under a BPA- sponsored Energy Buy-back Weatherization Program. Re- imbursements for insulation work normally pay for all or most of the costs of insulation. For more information or to make an appointment for an energy audit, call Cheney Light Conservation Office 235-8431 book of choice will be given to the school library of each prize winner. This contest is open to all ninth grade and high school students in Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and British Columbia. The contest deadline is Jan. 15, 1983. All entries are critiqued by professional writers. Prizes will be awarded Feb. 26, 1983 at the Mid-Winter banquet. For information .write: High School Contest, PNWC, 1811 N.E. 199th, Seattle, Washington 98155, or call, (206) 364-1293. / Quilt project Parent Volunteer Diane Fulton assists Garden Springs with a stitch on the school's quilt. Garden Springs students several weeks on their annual quilt project. Each student name on the quilt as well as a stitch or two of their own. away at the Christmas program next month. Reading month begins Medical Lake Elementary School launched "Reading at Home Month" Nov. 15 with a program of shared reading between students and parents. Parents and students are asked to spend 15 minutes daily until Dec. 16 reading together. "We feel that this activity will introduce students and parents to a variety of reading experiences and encourage them to sit down together for 15 minutes to enjoy reading and some companionship," said Jim Van Matre, school principal. In January, students and parents who complete the project will receive book marks and certificates.  "._:/" " .,'.-: * . \\;Y P '3" ashion Parlour Sho Assorted tops 40% s orted Casual Pants Sweaters $5 Off Reg. . HURRY DOWN FOR BEST SEI.I .J'3 SALE RUNS THROUGH NOVEMBER ; Lay away now for Today's Fashions  Fashion Espre6 Cosmetics Ear Piercing v,  -.. --..,.. ., ,, WRITE A CHRISTMAS L THIS YEAR We will print your greetings to friends and relatives on one of our full-color letterheads or we can use plain paper if you prefer.) Come in and select a colorful Christmas letterhead, then write or type your letter the way you want it. -- Or let us type it for you! --We can include photos. We also have colorful matching envelopes. TH CHENEY FREE PRESS 1855 First Cheney In the F&M Bus. Center 235-6184 .. :' -