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m t F0urLakes By Lenard Mace RI 7-7606 at I F )k c4 riends, I want to wish every- . Ke,niOne of my readers a very ttap- py and Prosperous New Year. ._1964 has been a year to do tys .more. It has al,so" been year mamthat has brought s,orrmv to Jm, any of u During the past SlW " &apos; , y feyear, many of (mr neighbors full, and loved ones kave departed, 2_ t;Itherefore the year has been YvisitSorrowful. Let's'pray for 65 to , , be much happier "and more pd: prosperous !--Lenard Mace. n th ,CHURCH NEWS -e .iz+ The Rev Herb Anderson --  " e Wateand family had as Sunday ev - visiteing guests at their home in nkfurlpokane the CYF cls's and the Hatldult class of Sunday school "][or Bible tudy and caroUing. Bet. Thursday n, ight (tonight) :noth[rom 9 to 12 there will be a ,ave tt,pecial service ,at the church. a theveryone is invited to help far iPring the new year in with the Lord. 2era t d alo ,'- 'ERSONAL MENTIONS is ga Mr. :and Mrs. Le,oa Barrick rro urnd family spent the Christ- !as holidays in Seattle with .t ma,eo n s relatives. lr re .. :, Mr. and Mrs. Glen'n Lunne- nes . org and Kent of Spokane were "1 aoe dinner guest's o:f 'n t.niir, and Mrs. Claude Crooks. VlS ' .... - Dorald Dirks, w;ho is a stu- rte ol ent at Wen,archer Valley Cot- Io ege, spent Christmas with h mus arents, MT. and Mrs. R,y r maz qrks" l .. _i Mr. ald Mrs. Jack Hartford 'abrnun'd fami4y spent Christmas , ; ':3ay with Mr and Mrs. George O J' tr '  oup. Also present were Mr. 's..i.n,d. Mrs. Jesse McLain nd with om" " ' : _ -- Yu]man spent this week aa'arith Mr. and Mrs Ro]J,lnd n r ck. argaret Jaei, wo was me aome for Clistmas, reCur'rind ____ Nampa, Idaho where she t- ds college. M. and Ms. Rol- brd Jack "and Margavot s p,t . hrismas d, ay with Rolla. d s [/  *other, at Moscow, Idaho. i Wedrmsday evenlng visitors I \\; [ the Eaourts were Mr. ad |rs Marion Hill ad family of pkane. Thursday eve.nng sors of the E ar'lseourts were rs. Klump nd family. Mr. and Mrs. Boots Earls- )art and family spein Chris- La,s day with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cailors at the Saaah Kirlcpat- borne this wee,k were Mr. Mrs. L. S. Murbac, h, Mr. Mrs. J'ohn Becket, Lucille and Jack Stroub. !Charles Moursand and Mrs. Iirkpatrick had hristm,as din- r with Mrs. KirktaCrick's i laughter and husband, Mr. and Its. Keith Powell of Spokane, tier spending the ftern'o,on iith Wll..1 Kirkpatrick at the st home. , : hrstmas dinner gues at aine Canning wm'e Mr. arid |rs. Richard Paise and baby hughter of Four Lakes, Mrs. ira Coun of Solm ,e ad iretehen oser of Four Laker. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Caning Cheney spen Christmas day lyler News By Wanda Stengle Mr. and Mrs. John Maurer's h,ome was a very happy pMce Chns, tmas eve when they wel- corned home Mrs. Drama Jones and daughter Rhonda, who had arrived from Venice, Italy, in time to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ch, arles Maurer. Attending the reunion also were Mr. and Mrs. Dor,,a[d Maurer and child:'er, [ Rita and Danny of Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. John M aurer[ and children spent Christmas[ day with her parents, Mr. and[ Mrs. Rieth of Harrington. Re-[ turnirtg with them to visit dur- ing Christmas vacation w'as her sister Renee. Christmas was celebrated early at the Clarence Kartch- nor home as their children were only to be in town on the 23rd. Mr. and Mrs. Ray IAnd- say and s,ons Ben, Tim and Tom from Troy, Mont., were over- night guests and enjoyed a tur- key dinner a wee bit early. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller of Medieal Lake had Christ- mas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rosenau and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Itarris and daughters were Christmas  eve guests ,of their parents, Mr and Mrs. Elmer Harris. [ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Itarris[ drove to Spokane Christmas] day to be guests of her sister / and amily, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. ] Oarrier. I Mrs. Wes Ableman is stll I visiting in Spokane at the l home ,of Mrs. Kienholz. I Servin,g refreshments at the I next Grange meetLag will be I Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shoo. i Mr. :and Mrs. J. P. Brown had their sons, Gone and Jack and families with them around tle tree ou Ohristm:as eve f'or a dinner and opening of pres- ents. Mr. a,ad Mrs. Joe Sehell en- tertained seveaal guests for Christmas dinner. Her child- ren were overnight guests from Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Iron MeKown with their children, and Johnny Sehe,ll was Imme for the holidays, ,also her an- el,e, Henry Deidrich of Spvague and from Past Fails, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Schell. The Bob Shoa family with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea enjoyed a Ctrist'mas eve dinner and gift exchange at the home <ff Mr. and Mrs. Don Shea. Earl Betz was also present. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea had us Ohristmas dinner guests their os Bob and Don wi, their families. m Mr. arid Mrs. Arlie Ableman visited on Ohristmas eve the tires of Mrs. Standerfer. T'key attertded an open house for her niece, Phyllis nd husband, Alex ViIlalobos, who is being sent to Viet Num. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kraut and family and Mr. nd Mrs. God,on. Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. Cody Sandevfer catered din- nor into Mrs. W. J. S,an,derfer and Frank Alf of Spokane. Frank was sick that day, there- fore the scheduled dinxer at the C. Standerfer home was Dee Ablemans where they had lunch arid ,helped the children open their packages. They spent the evening at the Lee Ablemans where they enj,oyed watching the chid:ren gather t the tree to unwrap gifts. However, Christmas day was spent quietly ,at home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shea and their son Patrick drove to So'o- kane to be overnight guests of her grandmother, Mrs. Fk)r- c,n, ee Maxwell. Last Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ablema,n attended the Christmas employee party and gift exchange held at the Beehive restaurant in Oheney. Mrs. Lloyd Ableman spent the week at the ha,me o,f her sc,n Lee in Cheney due to bad weather and trouble getting back and forth to work. They' also spent much "o.f the week preparing Christmas dinner at the h'o,me of Lee Able,man. Seventeen guests were p,resan.t. Mr. and Mrs. Ll.oy,d Able,man were Chrisrmas eve vis2t/,)rs at the Dee Ablem,as of Chen.ey also. Lloyd Ableman left for Rich- land last weekend to visit his (laughter and fami'ly, Mr. md Mrs. Roy Morrill and children. Mrs. Velma Davis called Sat- urday aftern'oon on Mrs. Anita Maurer to welcome back Donna and Rhonda wtm are ha, me for a visit for a month. They bare been living in Venice, Italy, where Donna's husband Col D ormld Jones is stationed with the 34th artillery. Johnny Stengle was an over- n,ight guest of Gary Abl,eman (,; Cheney enjoying Christmas school vacation. Miss Eileen Heyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arley Heyer, and Greg Masterson, s,n of Mr. and Mrs George Masterson of Medical Lake, were married the day after Christma,s at Coeur d'Alene. B'oh families attended. Dinner at Templm's fetlowed. The co,upte plans to live in Cheney or Medical i Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Arley Heyer! and Mr. and Mrs. John Kam and daughters were Sunday-+ evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schell. Mr. and Mrs. J(hn Ham and daughters, Sue and Kay, were Christmas eve dinner guests ,at her brother and family, the R. M. PiPits of E,dvcall. They had turkey dinner and ape:ned the gifts. Mrs. Wilma Potts of Cheney, Mrs. Alice Holman, mother of Mrs. Merle Plotts, and Miss Judy From of Spo- kane were also guests.. Mr. and Mrs. John Ham atd daughters ,attended the Christ- mas dinner at the Lee AMe- man home in Cheney where Mr. ,and Mrs. Lloyd Alermn were hosts. Russ Ho,kv:ay of Medical Lake was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy aekslon and family lad Christmas din- ner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Abbott of Spokane. Mrs. Ira Jackson atended als'o. They were ea,Uers on Mrs. Lla Lamphier on Christraas after- noon at a l,oeal rest he,me and Sound her to be in flood spirits. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and family had Ohristmas din- her with her paents Mr. ad Mrs. Howard Bu,ob of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Otto arid family ,had Ohristmas dinner wih Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kieth. fi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. hel, d in Spokane. They drove down 'fem Past :{reeSn.Mr'. +andf SpiritMrs. OrvileLake" Ptfiilip- 1 L OnpetersonChristmaSwas aeVeguestMrs'ofSaraMr. __Falls' [ > ' ad family were Saturday ] arid Mrs. Russell Mace +and faro- | Mlers of Mr. and Mrs. Jery lily. After operfing of gifts, to GGE ..------[i"[iE li  :smussen f Spargle. It.hey all visited Mr. and Mrs. / ++ Mr. and Mrs Orville PhAIp-l Fred Peterson. tm and family attended the[ On Thursd, ay Mr. and Mrs. G[VE MORE[0 ll !e Pervades Mormas, nigh, and ! Russel Mace attended an office r. anl Mrs. R W. Atkins and Ohristmas party of the So- , " " mas mily attended on Ohr,tst" [ kane County Council of Cv- AMERICAN U y. M,r. and Mrs. Terry Phillip- penterS.ealledLater Mrs.that aftern'oenLou they on Mary CANCER SOCIETY n, who are now living in lMu,eller, Danny nd Paicia. +eRey, enj,oyed Christmasl  NEW" YEA I Y with Mr an4 Mrs. Ben ntley of Metalne Falls. +r. ,ad Mrs. Delmar Fitzer M faxny .and Mr. and Mrs. el Standerfer acl family ere at Plummer, Idaho with -.:'.:', and Mrs. Lawrence Griffin C eve. Mr. l M. Imvrer G- n were C dinner sts of 'Mr. md Mrs. I)el dertr. {Mr. and Mrs.  Vm Camp Ohristmas  with Mr. td M.  Van (mp td_   Spokane. hristmas eve guests of Mr. Mms. Bmt Spore" of Spkmm the De,bert Gibliav, the i W. Atkiz, Del Spe, Ted and the .Lee WitcOx At tire Lee Wilcox rne on Christnms were Mr. Mrs. Bert S]ear, the Ted nd Delbert Crilavn M,r. and Mrs. 'Heary Wyntra Wednesday in Rosaa friend mld aives. and Mrs. Henry Wy- ,had Christmas dnner with Roberta Baster of Spo- Arrta Erfurth spent Christ- s with Mr. and Mrs. Evfvth sorts of DiShman. !Mr. ,and Mrs. Darrell Larsn d family, and Larry tay Lar- n were Sunday visitors of . ,artd Mrs. Sid Larsan. !Mr. and Mrs. Jexy Larson kl family were Su,nday eve- g callers of the Sid Lar- !Mr. and Mrs. Cedy Stander- r spenit Sunday visiting rela- Smith Jewelers Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill Mr. and Mrs. Rona]!d Mc- Kinley, Mike and Brenda were dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. IIarry Pierce and family of St. John on Christ- l mas eve. Amber grartge will meet Jan. 5 at 8 p. m. Dues are now l:;ast due, reports the secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Bud ltarris were Cttristmas eve visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bunker. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordill and family and Mrs. L. C. Cor- ditl were ChrisCm, as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cordii1 and family of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saoy and family were Christmas eve dinner guests o,f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Melville of Cheney. Christmas eve gues of Mr and Mrs. John tI. Harris and sons iz;cluded the ,lemons Gaad- a'ins, Bill Goodwin, Foster Go,edwin and tbe Maurice Goodwin families. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Best and family were Christmas day mests of her parents, the John Edmistons of Marshall. Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan and family were Mr. and Mrs. Wil-: mer Kidwell and family ,of Spo- kane, Mrs. Marion Bait, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Jrdan and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Corcoran, all of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Haskins, Gone and Claudia ,o,f Cheney and the John H. Harris family enjoyed Christmas d,ay with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Harris. David Tucker ,of Spokane was ,a weekend guest f Mr. and Mrs. Ronald MeInley and family. Miss Chris Jones arid Jim Bair were Sunday dinner guests of the Richard Jordas. Reth Kidwell of SImlane is visiting several days with her cousins, the J,orda,n chiMren. Christmas day dinner guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Hard Marsh ,and family were Mrs. ElSie S:chmidt, Mrs. Errna Pence, Mr. and Mrs. M, eln MarSh and sons and Dick Felbm'. Supper guests that evening included the Melvin Marsh famy ad Mrs. Jasie Marsh. Mrs. Josie Marsh entertain- ed her family at dinner o. Christmas eve. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marsh, Carol and ttoward, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marsh, John and Nick and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cum- mings, Mike and Patty Ann. Christmas day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. McKin- ley included Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Merrill and tamily of La- ment, Mr. and Mrs Ro,nald McKinley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Decker and Mr. and Mrs H. It. Tucker and David of Spokane. Callm's in the af- lerroon were Miss Franc Ma- son ,and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McKinley ef Seattle. Classes at Amber seh'o,ot will resume Jan. 4 after .an extend- ed Christmas vacation due to the weather. Christmas day dinner guests c,f Mr. and Mrs. Kent Sooy-, Carol and Gary included Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sooy and chil- dren and Mrs. W. W. Soy ,of Cheney. Young Gals bridge cub will meet at the home .of Mrs. John 1I. Harris on Jan. 6. Enjoying dinner apd a gift exch,ange Chris:tmas "eve at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Best ,and family included Mr. ands,, Mrs. Walter Edmiston, [ Leri and Steve ,of,, Seattle, Mr. I and Mrs. Luke J. Best and faro- / ily of St. John, Mr. and, Mrs./ Luke Best of Cheney and Mr. [ and Mrs. J. C. Sdmiston of[ Marshell. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill and Ran we,re Chri,sma,s day: din,ner guests of Mrs. raee McDonald of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Martin and IAnda of Easton, Minn., were 5ouse guests of th,eir cou- sin's, Mr. and Mrs. Ket Sooy and family for several days this week. On San'day the group were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S$o in Spka'ne. Ohristmas eve guests of' Mr. arid Mrs. (Helm Mi,Rer neld- ed Mr .and Mrs. Grdon Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cn- ton Miller and family and Mr. Friday, January 1, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page $ and Mrs. Robert Li'n:dqui!st ,of '," _______ Cl:e Slam. [ ulrc[ory [ Mrs. Louis lietz and Miss [Myrna Rietz of Spokane were'-- Christmas day dinner gues,ts of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rietz and family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert and family had C:irLsm-la,s day dinner with Mr. and M's. Ben Krom and f, amily of La- crosse. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mil- ler were Christmas day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Mil:ler and amily. Mr. and Mrs. Ja'mes J. Mil- FLOOR SANDING Floor sanding and finish- ins, 30 years experience. Andy Anderson, E. 1409 Central, Spokane, HUdson 7-0171 Clip out for future refer- ence. A.7-0.30 City Dry Cleaners Ier arid family were C!hristm,as guests of her parents, Mr. and[[ CLEANING PRESSING Mrs. Robert Curtis and fanrily'l ALTERATIONS of Osbe,rne, Idaho. i I LAUNDRY SERVICE Miss Franc Me,son lad Christ- 322 FIRST 235-4732 mas dinner with the J,olm Sh, a-  waiter family. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0 B Electric Charles Proctor Christmas eve " " for dinner and a gift excihangel PERSONALIZED SERVICE included Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gro-] Wiring g, an and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. j Elect Heat Motors Pumns qed Ham, Larry and Lorna I Rt l'S okane CI 4270"5 a,nd Mr. and Mrs. George Lenz J " ' P " " of Spokane. Christmas day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry. Oesser and amily included Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oessar and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoopinarn,er. Saturday evening dinner guests of Miss Franc Mason were Mr. and Mrs. John Sho- walter and David nd Mrs. Myrtle Longb0,ttom. Mr. and Mrs. Rbert Grogn and Richard were Ohristmas day guests of Mrs. W. J. Gro- gas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Proc- tor were Saturday evening din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grogan and RiChard. Mr. arid Mrs. J.aek Wetland an+d Jarmt of Mercer Island are visiting .over the h,oidJas with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Bez, and with her mother, Mrs. James Shin, diet of Cheney. Mr. an'd Mrs. Gary Mass, Kim artd Robbie of Seat"de, were Christmas day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wets- man, Larry. and Nancy. ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. SUPPORT USO THROUGH UNITED COMMUNITY CAMPAIGNS Seattle-First National Bank Announces: ON ALL REGULAR SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ON SEAFIRST SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Now, more than ever, it pays to do all your banking at Seattle-First National Bank. Here's why: NEW HIGH INTEREST RATE ON RIEQULAR SAVINGS Effective Jan. 1,1965, all mgtdar SEAFIRgP savings aomunte earn 4% interest. 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