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i I _,.,., ., 7,/  Cheney ee. 9 Pierson Building . in the Elegant clinic will be held Airway Heights dstrom. ner--A spaghetti a 5:30 to 8 p.m. at ry School. Inland Empire I Conduct a free, starting at 7130 luilding Center in this issue.) rara--starL, at 7 Christmas pro- ,bee 11 Pierson Building Ball-at Medical 9 p.m.-12 a.m. Cheney Troop unity. 13 -8 W. High School ).m. Lake High at 9 a.m. mmission--The attend the plan- 'Proposed update Land Use at 7 p.m. at regular meeting, starting at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall. Cheney Junior High Christmas Pro- gram-starts at 7130 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 15 Book Fair--Betz Elementary School, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. and 6130 - 9130 p.m. Centennial Committee--Cheney organi- zations, clubs and individuals are wel- come to attend the noon meeting at the Elegant Egg restaurant. Garden Springs Elementary Christmas Program-starts at 7 p.m. Betz Elementary Christmas Program-- starts at 7"30 p.m. Medical Lake Kiwanis--meet at 6130 a.m. in the Eastern State Hospital cafeteria. Circle K--meet at 6 p.m. at 3rd floor PUB. Library--Story time at Cheney Library at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 16 Salnave Elementary Christmas Pro- Christmas songs. The bands each will play two numbers, including "Sweet Sounds of Thursday, December 9, 1982 Cheney Free Press Pa.qe 3  L- ---E-;I ----''-:  --L- . ;S . q I ! _ , : of : i Sav, ngs!. i I , I I i IiI III I, I IT " I I I I I III IIIrIIIIII IIIl I ill i,,mN ! _ u I  GENERIC - 9" IO0-CT. PKG.  i PAPER PLATES I _ !I Christmas" and "God Rest Ys Merry, Gentlemen." The program will conclude with the :   : choirs and bands ioininl in "A Tribute of Carols" I I CHS Christmas og concert slated Club/Social News :5, LIMIT ONEWITHCOUPO" Cheney High School will hold its I I L 20 LB. BAG - GENERIC t : CAT LITTER IL x-.l GO _ L. , LIMIT ONE WITH COUP "] I annual Christmas Concert Dec. 13 at 7130 p.m. in the Little Theatre. Norman Mikelson will direct the Die- Meistersinger, Concert Choir and Girls' Ensemble, while Mike Alstad will direct the brass and percussion choir. The program, "Sing We Now of Christ- mas", by Harry Simeone, is based on a performance by the Pacific Lutheran University Choir. Other Cheney School District Christ- mas programs planned include: Dec. 9--Reid Lab School, 7 p.m. Dec. 9--Sunset Elementary, 7 p.m. Dec. 14--Cheney Junior High, 7130 p.m. Dec. 15--Garden Springs, 7 p.m. Dec. 15--Betz Elementary, 7130 p.m. Dec. 16--Salnave Elementary, 7:30 Four Lakes Grange #908 hold its Christmas meeting and program Dec. 13 at 8 p.m. Members are asked to bring food gifts for needy families, Christmas "goodies" for refreshments and Depression Days exchange gifts limited to 25 cents. The Cheney Til, icum Club Environmental Department will meet Dec. 15 to enjoy a holiday get-together and to discuss current projects. The chairwoman is Mrs. Harold Gray (235-6469). Inquiries also may be made by phoning Mrs. Claude Nichols at 235-4617. The Fine Arts Department will gather at the home of Mrs. Claude Nichols on Dec. 13 at 7:45 p.m. for dessert, followed by packaging of cookies for older Cheney residents who are without immediate families in the community. Each member is to bring and share a holiday poem. On Dec. 14, at 12:30 p.m., the Literary Department will enjoy its traditional holiday luncheon with a program of Christmas readings by Mrs. Elmer Marsh. Mrs. Ernest McMillan (235-8575) or Mrs. Everett Bair (235-4177) may be contacted for details. Christmas Con- gram--starts at 7:30 p.m. p.m. The American Home Department of the Cheney Tilicum Club will meet Dec. IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I in the Little Windsor Elementary Christmas Pro- Dec. 16--Windsor Elementary, 7:30 14at8p.m. at the home of Mrs. EugeneKurtz, withMrs. PatrickSt. Johnas l '' I gram--starts at 7:30 p.m. p.m. " co-hostess. The program at the Kurtz home, located at 430 Irene PI., Cheney, will be "Christmas Joy for All". For more information, call 235-6425. I  .. I The Tilicum Club's Tuesday Lunch Group will meet at 1 p.m. at the Chinese I , 48-0Z. BOTTLE - GENERIC  I ArrlericanLegion Troop sells logs Gardens in Cheney for a no-host luncheon. Current events will be discussed, i SALAD OIL Those interested in joining are asked to call Mrs. George Fisher at 235-4189 or PI   II  1 , II I 8 Boy Scouts from Cheney's Troop 357 Mr,. Kenneth Hess at 235-8757. are selhn Yule Lo s for the Christmas  , ... oo,...o, g " season, constructed in their own as-Espanola Grange recently elected the following new officers: Master Roy i  $1 49 Can Legionwill purpose of inculcating the male de- sembly line Rosenau, Overseer Larry Hidgson, Lecturer Janiee Radmer, Stewart Walt _be. 11 at the cendants of World War I, World War lI, Currently the scouts are going to Radmer, Assistant Stewart Gordon Hodgson, Woman Assistant Stewart Anna 16 College St, the Korean and Viet-Nam wars with the homes in the Cheney area, selling ttodgson, Chaplain Ruby Emerson, Treasurer Henry Rosenau, Secretary Edna .ra. to answer ideals, and principles for which the orders for thelogs. This Saturday, they Reitmeier, Gate Keeper A1 Willms, Ceres Lynn Rosenau, Pomona Evelyn I .of the Ameri- AmermanLegmnwasfounded: namely will construct their first batch of Willms, Fore Elsie Cogswell, Executive Committeman Walt Rosenau, 0 I  LIMIT ONE WITH COUPON I :an Legion and justice, freedom, democracy and kindling logs, tied together with ribbon Women's Activity Irene Rosenau and Pianist Elsie Cogswell. The grange will : r ; -- r" -- i--m' I'h/a'l/[lal lt- . * loyalty, and sprinkled with magic powders hold its christmas party Dec. 17 at 6:30 p.m. The Potluck will be followed by a [1 rmed in 1978. U..& ..... ,J..-- A,,,, which make the flames different colors, program and gift exchange. !1 Sons, grand- nU|IUII ylUUi;ll.l The logs sell for $2. Profits go for the I IlllllIllIlllIlllllIllllllIlllI 'stepsons of Airman James H Hutton, son of funding of troop programs in 1983. If ChcneyseniorcitizensmetDec. l atCityHallfortheirannualholidayturkey , ..,.,-. il]l,-=.w.- 1%-; :-j-Jll >1 N! i ugzble t naveers'r any de- Mo.,JameSandE" HuttonAlene of L.110NielsonMill St., of Beltn'1521 annualthe saleevent.is successful, it may be an dinner. Donating the turkey was Safeway. Four main dishes were prepared by I lrd  | n.. Eligibility Second St., Cheney, has graduated Last Saturday, 15 Scouts from the theElegant Egg restaurant. Attending the meal were 70 members and guests, I "L 20-OZ. BOX - GENERIC SUGAR , I r]ean Legmn from the U.S. Air Force vehicle equip- troop conducted a mock search and including two new members. Providin special musical entertainment were  I ihe Amerman ment mechanics course at Chanute Air rescue for a lost child in the Salnave children from Betz Elementary School, and their singing was enjoyed by all. [  FR0STED FKES ;--i  Force Base, Ill. area. This was a requirement for Afterwards, seniors enjoye playing games andworking on era[ts. On Dec. 29, i anmversar Emer enc Pre aredness Memt seniors will attend the Ice Capades in Spokane. "We are lookmg forward to a | w " " " y' Hutton will now serve with the 554th g Y P "' PresidentVery actiVepaulYearDelabarre.and invite new friends to join us," said Senior Citizen Club | L  | as nero m Bad e Thebo sthoughttheexerose .   1 tG ,  . Combat Support Souadron at Indian g Y ]e celebration " ' I I _ Springs Aw Force Auxiliary Field, Nev was very successful and extended their ___ as it's own .......... 4, i a loft9 b'"*' ............... - 'ho,o,, Hgh" " thanks for the cooperation they, had  Airman KeithD. Bare, son of Joanne . School. from residents in the neighbornood. K. Underwood of 385 Nolan Brown , M 1   I "es another Place, Cheney, has been assigned to I 1 in the aspects _ . _ Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., after I L. IT ONE WITH COUPON 'P' and pat- 'Babes m" - z...-..To'n"'q' planned uare ass,gneo completing Air Force basic training. , __-- 6oaso,,9. o=.=., c=,0=., =t-- I1" The airman will now receive special I 'I to Keesler AFB - - I ir_(_,(__Iil I n Legmn was r '- . . ., "Fake a trip th ough toyland with wooden soldiers this weekend as the ized instruction in the communications ,sOleytor me operations field. He is a 1979 graduate I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I s eligible to have Associated Students of Eastern Washington University presents the Christmas VALUABLE COUPON Committee Cheney, classic Babes in Toyland. The Walt Disney movie will be shown Dec. 10 and 11 in the PUB mutlipurpose room at 1130 p.m. The animated feature Pluto's Christmas will also be featured. And as a special treat Santa Claus will make his appearance. Admission to these G-rated films is $1 for adults and 50 cents for children. The Dec. 10 showing is free. I There once was a lady from Cheney I About her Christmas list she muttered obscene-y's. I Then she woke with a start; I Did her shopping at Wheatheart. I Now she's an ex.meany who keeps Cheney green-y. I WHEATHEART HANDMADE GIFTS I 108 College Ave., Cheney I 235-2440 1 FOR ALL YOUR CHRISTIAN CHRISTMAS . NEEDS COME TO NOAH'S ARK )) STUFFED ANIMALS THAT SING CHRISTIAN PRAISES ]1 SCRIPTURE CHRISTMAS CARDS 4 "FULL SELECTION OF CHRISTIAN BOOKS "r .JEWELRY, PLAQUES, DESK SETS, GAMES REGIsTER FoR FREE DRAWING . NOAH'S ARK P 505 2nd 235-2655 Cheney 1) , B I... " II I ' 14-0Z. CAN - GENERIC  I I I COCOA POWDER ' $139 " .. 1 I [3 15-OZ. TIN - GENERIC ,:l I TOMATO SAUCE I ' I 2/79 * I . _ LiMITTWO WITH COUPON.. 509 L ,.. = . j, at of Cheney High School. "- :-  ". IW..,  : THURSDAY, DEC. 16 It's the Cheney Chamber Annual CH RISTMAS PARTY AND ELECTION AT THE WILLOW SPRINGS RESTAURANT Social Hour starts at 6:30 p.m. Prime Rib Dinner at 7:30 p.m. $12.00 PER PERSON Tickets on sale now at: Cheney Realty, Anderberg Chevrolet, Owl Pharmacy, F&M Bank Cheney Free Press, Dr. Mike Miller Seattle First Bank, EWU Ken Dolan