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i i iiii I, i;< Forty Years Ago Miss Grace Brown, who arrived from Newport Saturday night, where she is teaching, left her suit- cane in the N.P. depot for a short time but when she returned the Brown & Holter Motor Co. \\; Saturday Dan Weaver was chosen president pro tern. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the National Bank of Cheney will be held Janu- ary 14. Twenty Years Ago Effective Monday, Cheney stores are adopting a new schedule of business hours, opening at 8:30 and closing at 5 p.m. Paper script in denominations of $1, $5 and $10 is to be issued by the clerk of school district 20 as , I00st way to say it is still " Happy New Year." Bair's Grocery May the magT lantern of suco light your way to happinm. Rollie's Cafe Lake visited friends at Coeur d'- Alene over the week-end. One of the large plate glass win- dows in front of the Odd Fellows hall was broken the past week supposedly by mischevious boys. Miss Dorothy Thornton wa slightly injured in an auto accident on the Sunset highway last week. Medical Lake was isolated Sun- day by a heavy fall of snow which blocked all highways. Carl Walters resumed stage service Monday with a sled driven by Bill Ferrell which connected with the Cheney busses at Four Lakes. Peggy Sweet, 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sweet of Medical Lake, was painfully in- jured Tuesday when she caught l her hand in the electric wringer. Miss Hessie Brown of Four Lakes gave a New Year's eve dance at her home Saturday with 18 present. Marjorie Persons and Mildred Atkinson assisted Lorna Jane Ghol- son in entertaining a group of her friends at a party last Friday. According to the annual report by city health officer, Dr. Mell A. West, to the city council Tuesday, there were 39 births in Cheney the past year. Ten Years Ago Miss Evelyn Muriel Cree of Am- ber became the bride of Russell Burkett of Portland at a 6 o'clock ceremony in Vancouver Sunday. Mrs. Walter E. Johnson slipped on the ice near her home Monday and fractured her right arm. Mrs. Bessie Dare and Mrs. Marie Nelson returned Thursday from Salem, where thej; attended the funeral services for thief mother Mrs. Randie Bertha Toycen. Roland Johnston is with the armed forces in Australia and has been hospitalized the last two months. Miss Earlena Kirkland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kirkland of Cheney, and Monrad Elde of Chin- ook, Oregon, were united in mar- riage Tuesday in Seattle. Warrant Officer Gerald Kincaid of Camp Beauregard, Louisana, and Mrs. Kincaid spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reuter. A'daughter, Gall Marie, was born December 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hackney of 2VIedical Lake. Mrs. Emil Sulpizio and baby re- turned home from the Deaconess hospital and are at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Komenda at Spangle. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Cree en- tertained Monday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jordan's 24th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gilbert of Four Lakes are the parents of a son born December 24 at the Dea- cones hospital. [ M r s. Agnes Heyer of :Medicall Lake entertained at Christmas din-[' net for Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Swenson[ and Luella, Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Watson and Rosemary, Mr. and Mrs. Fran Llewellyn and children and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hutchin- son. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Whitmer of Medical Lake are the parents of a daughter born Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Garth Langford and Jimmy of Pasco were guests on Christmas of Mrs. Langford's par- cnts, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Smith. Kermit Rudolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rudolf, was recently pro- ]noted to first lieutenant in the civil service employment at Chan- ute Field, Illinois. The Second Air Force Bombers, coached by Captain W. B. Reese, defeated t h e Hardin-Simmons I squad, 13-7, in the Sun Bowl game New Year's day. Glenn Conley was at left tackle for the Bombers. Marshall Mrs. E. C. Hinton Christmas eve and through the Christmas week-end was an enjoy- able time of parties and dinners. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hinton enter- tained at a Christmas eve party. A buffet lunch was served to Mr. and Mrs. John Edmiston of Connell, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Best and Glenna of Amber, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Edmis- ton, Linda Terry and Chrysann of Hayford. Mr. and Mrs. E. Ether- idge, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gore of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. George Ei- lertsen of Newport, Oregon, and! Walter Edmiston. Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. Hin- ton joined a family party and were dinner guests of the Glen Edmiston famliy. Friday they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gore. Satur- day, Mr. and Mrs. E. Etheridge entertained the same group at their home in Spokane. Dinner and an evening of games were enjoyed. Other guests at the Etheridge home were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Filiatreau and Judy Bordwell. Mr. and Mrs. Filiatreau entertained Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Williams and sons Danny and Stevie were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gust tar- son and Clifford and a group of relatives at a dinner party and exchange of gifts Christmas eve and Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reetz, Judy Dennis and Linda were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Myers at a fam- ily dinner at their home at Deep Creek Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roth and David had as dinner guests Christ- mas day Mr. and Mrs. Norman Roth of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Kellogg had as dinner guests Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Spencer of Che- ney. M. K. Ralph and daughter Mrs. Elsie Michaud of Whitefish, Mont., and her family of four children, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ralph and three children joined in a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lozar of Newport Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and family spent the remainder of the week with relatives in New- port. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Foy and fam- ily had as the Christmas week guest his mother, Mrs. Bessie Foy of Garfield. Mr, and Mrs. Marcel Oriard with their family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Oriard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lew Oriard and family and Miss Anatha Oriard, enjoyed Christmas dinner at their home. :Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Chase and family joined a family group at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Raugust in Spokane on Christmas day. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Raugust joined Mr s. Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stauf- fer and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reetz and attended the Christmas party of the Four Corners Grangb. Mrs. Frank Greene was allowed two days al home, from Edgecliff sanatorium, enjoying Christmas eve and Christmas day with her family and a few relatives and friends. Her father, O. Barry, an aunt, :Mrs. Addle Cunningham, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Spencer of Spokane called Christmas eve. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newman of Kirkland were Christmas eve and overnight guests of Otto and Miss reda Greggerson. Fred and Duane Oestman were Christmas day guests of Mrs. Ag- nes Homad and family in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reetz, who are employed at Nalley's in Spo- kane, enjoyed the Christmas party given by the firm and had a week- end holiday from their work. Tues- day evening they were guests of the Arthur Stauffers. Mrs. David Fisher is ill at her home here with bronchial pneu- monia. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Chase took delivery of a new Plymouth sta- tion wagon for their Christmas gift. John Johnson, who is employed by the Spokesman-Review, had a two-day vacation over the weekend. Sunday, Dec. 28, Mr. a n Mr& Fischer entertained at dinl oring Cpl. Stinger, who h::it returned from Korea. Othe le were Jack's mother, M r s.  3ulla Stinger, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne tng, er, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bolich, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Corner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ciesielski, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller and Jerry, Mrs. Troy Burton and Jimmie, Mrs. Minnie Buscher, Mrs. Ethyl John- ston and Mrs. M. Hames. Mrs. i Johnston and Mrs. Hames spent Christmas with friends in Portland, returning home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Williams l had as guests Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Levine, Miss  Donna Hattenburg and Adren Browning. Mrs. Josie Kastrechis fell and painfully injured her back, when she slipped on ice when she went to her paper box. The PTA dance was well attend- ed Satruday night, and another one will be given January 3 with Chef Curtiss and his swing band furnishing the music. School will reopen Monday, Jan. 5, after a 10-day holiday vacation. The school garage was completed last week and s now large enough to house the large bus purchased last year. AMBER Mrs. H. Danielson Friday evening Mr. an d Mrs. John Edmiston and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Best and Glenna were din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best. Saturday evening the Luke Bests and Mrs. Pearl Ethell were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rowe of Greenacres. The G. A. Rietz family were guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. James Ashley. George Schaffer was a Saturday evening caller at the C. Fish home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Falk and Ted [had as their guests on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best and Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best Jr. Mrs. L. C. Cordill of Cheney had as dinner guests Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. N. A Cordtll and fam- ily, the Clark Cordill family, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sooy, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sooy and Foster Good- win. Christmas dinner guests of the Fish and Danielson families includ- ed Mr. and Mrs. L R. Frye, Dell and Jeanne, S/Sgt. and Mrs. Rob- ert Zerbe and three children, Mrs. Dewey Stone and Orville Willison all of Spokane, and Enoch Ayles- worth. Christmas day dinner guests of the Glenn Best family included Mr and Mrs. Louis Falk and Ted, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ted Spuler and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Edmiston and Walter Miss Judy Bordwell and Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Sooy and Ca- rol and Gary were dinner guests Christmas day of her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stolp of Spokane. Other guests included Mrs. How- ard Bledsoe and two daughters and Ervin Stolp and Miss Dorothy Stolp. Christmas eve the Glenn Best family and Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best visited at the E. C. Hinton home at Marshall, and Saturday evening, the G. Best family and Mr. and Mrs. John Edmiston attended a family dinner at the E. Etheridge home in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Fish and H. Danielson were Sunday evening callers of the J. W. Decker family. Last Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert .entertained at dinner for the Clarence Millers, the J. H. Spulers and the W. W. Sooys. Later television and bridge were enjoyed. Last week several of the neigh- bors here received word from the Osborne Belsby family in Norway. The children are having lots of fun taking part in the winter sports. They say that they have few cars there and what they do have are mostly English or Swedish, and are built somewhat on the order of our Austins. They usually travel by horse and sleigh, bicycle, or walk. They plan to return home about March 1. Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ashley visited the Homer Lietz family in Rosalia. JOHN J. RIPPLE 1101 Old Nat'l Bank Bldg., Spokane NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. 53114 . In the Supermr Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Spokane. In the mater of the Guardiaaship Estate of JUSTIN B. SHEEHY, an Incompetent. Notice is hereby given that in compli- ance with the order of the court entered in the above entitled cause, the undersign- ed guardian will on Wednesday, the 14th day of January, 1953, or thereafter, sell i the following described real estate situate !in Spokane County, State of Washington, to-wit : w An undivided one-fourth (4) interest n Lot 10, Block 63, Central Addition to Spokane, in the City of Spokane. Such sale to be made at private sale at 1101 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Washington. All bids for said property must be in writing and addressed to the undersigned Guardian a n d delivered /" REAL ESTATE DEAl] 1 Handled to Your Satldl I STANLEY SPErl I Phone Spokane R. 9( w I WITH COLLINS REAI Be 1727 E. Sprague I Chene ; Ga D A C! CA, TOOH A M SAT., JAN. M: AMBER ORCHESTI De] Inland Sponsored by PTk----- " PLUM ) HAN Cheney Free Press CHENEY, WASHINGTON Established 1896 Issued Every Friday Morning Glenn R. Maxwell, Publisher H. E. Holmquist, Assistant Editor and Manager Entered at Postoffiee at Cheney. Wash- ington, as second class matter under Act f March 5. 1897. County Subscriptions $2.50 Year Outside Subscriptions $3.00 Year Member National Editorial Assn. ; Wash- [gton Newspaper Publishers Assn. ; Big Beud Publishers Assn. His wife was quite pleased when he called her an angel, but he said it was only because she is always up in the air, never has a thing to wear, and is continually harping on something. Dot TO YOU ALL Your patronage has been appreciated during the past year. We are changing our name. We hope to be able to serve you better under our new name... SMITH JEWELERS We will feature the same Brand Names and Good Service that you have always received under our old name of Seiners. Smith Jewelers Formerly Seiners' I EL We W] e [ We k hust ts one it t] I you a bigger,better, andhappier New Year for 1953. THE BEN FRANKLIN VARIETY STORE i[ i Tire Tire When nt comes t00[re00: !Pro n i Wli Fine Food a d " q\\; You'll like our wholesome, well prepared meals, our attentive service, and the [riendly atmos- phere of our cMe. R Service, everyone this comes to us! FLC him or his attorne, at th. ad- JIMMIE00S CAFE Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Fischer spent dress. The bids shall specify the terms of ]the offer and shall be for cash or the Christmas day with their daughters, j equivalent r l:ahvf '/rillv rl ,;1,, mA I Dated this 29th day of December 1952. I Robert E. Sheehy, Guardmn. Gus and "T' L :   Mrs. Troy Burton and Jerry atlJohn J. Ripple. Atty for Guardian omreg ,,ormyon 6; t, .... # r',lA A .... b I 1101 Old Nat'l Bank Bldg., Spokane, Wn. ,, ........... v ............. . I (Jan. 2-Jan. 9)