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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 24, 1965 r CHEN00 FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Eutered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Mater under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every N ATION At Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. r Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year  All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER EDITORIAL 'Jl I IIIF-.II:I II ;I I:I 10 Years Ao December, 1955 In the cst of the operetta "VChere Was Santa" to be pre- seared by the city elementary pupils Dec. 21 are lonne Stiffler, Santa; Patty Rae Salt, Wixwax; larmie Grfffith, a Croold Man; Bonnie Geschke, Quee,n of the Northern IAghts:; Vern Cb_vi..Cinen, Polar Bear; Patty Roe Sal, Pripcess of the Gotden Cloud; Roan'hie Grifith, Cerulean Prince, and Mike Ande,rson, Polo. Oontact for the new reserve officers trainirg corps build- ing on Vhe college campus was avcavdet Tuesday to the AAA C,ontructi, on con,any, whose! bid was the 10mest submitted. I lm Nd, s ranged from $74,1121 to $85,804. ! o, " ed Mrs. Roy F ss entertain I menbers of her Sunday schootl I cI.ss at le Ch-isCian ehurch Saturday with a Chrisnas 1 CHENEY GRAIN GROWERS CHENEY FEED & FUEL .....-........ drlve-ln motor entrance FREE PARKING IN DOWNTOWN [ I II III I IIIII I SEATTLE, WASH. I II I[I Close to shopping, theatres and offices.., one block from Monorail- 90 seconds to Seattle Convention Center. Tasteully appointed rooms at modest rates in- eluding free parking, free television and free lee dispenser. FAMILY PLAN accommodates chll. flren under 14 FREE in room with parents. from $ 8  single Tele: MAin 4-]400 I BII II III I II I ):aty at her lome. Enjoying the ames and veres, hanemts were Iren Van Horn, Marcille Westove, Gler Willoughby, lobert Hair, Vevne Christen- son and Ionnie Geschke, a s,pcal guest ,Miss Beulah Lamberson )f Spokane was a Tuesday eve- fig dizmer guest of ex sis- ter rs. Nora.1 Holmes and family. Afterward they attend- ed the children's program at the college elementa,ry sChooL Mrs. tJr'nest ttaxr and her daug/hter Mrs. Wam Fisher o,f Davenport entertained with a bridal .shower in horror o,f Mrs. Jolm Sclroeder, r., (Thel- ma Strard), a reent bride. he Sehvaeders are m,aking their lmme ,on East 2nd St. The Methodist church, beau- tifully decorated, was the sea- ting for the wedn*g of Miss Sue Linette Dan4s and Rob- ert Lee Low at 4 p. m. Sat- urday, Dec. 10. The c,aalelit double ring cevem(my was per- fnned by the Re. David A linen in the presence of 300 relatives and friends. The bri4e is the daughter of Mr. md Mrs. F. N. Daniel,s of Clm- nyy. 20 Years Ago December, 1945 Jimmie',s basketball team o Cheey scored a 41-15 open- ing viary in its evgaememt with the Spokane police de- la,ment in the Spokane city league at the YMCA Tuesday evei,ng. The Cheney team, sporsored and managed by Jimmie Cravcfovd, is scheduled o tl'a7 every Tuesday night in Spokane. Mrs. J. P. Caldwell and dugters are temporarily lo- cated at Sprague wlme they are apenirg the h, ospital and sta.fi)ng it for use by the peo- ple of that cocnmunty. ,Mrs. F. N. Daniels enter- tattled Friday 'after: sctmol in lmror of lmr datghter Sue's 13th birtlday. Her Camp Fire group were guests. Games and refreshments were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Enest Ladry were lmsts for a buffet supper Sabra'day night ia their new h(me at Fish Lake. Present weave he Messrs.  Bnes. Lloyd Holladay, Robert Slmw- rs, Guyel Frost, H. Brycegon, A. R. Smiths, W. Bates, ',Fank Dow, F. N. Darfie,l ',d Aikens. M. and M. Elmer Imiten we wish you a "Merry Christmas!" BEN FRANKLIN STORE . '... and Children Carol ad Gerald were Wednesday evening guests at the ,home of Mr. arid Mrs. A. W. Jase,n at a wikl duck dinner. Mr. arid Mrs. D. G. Jerue e- e.vtaiaed Sattwdy even(g with a duck dinner or Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Coo41, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Homqui,st. After d:iner bricge was enjoyed. 30 Years Ago December, 1935 The banks at Medical Lake a'rl Slangle are beirg discon- tinued by the Old NaU.onal bank of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. William An- dren observed their 50th wed- ding an,rivers,ry on Thanks, giving day. A. F. Mowatt of Seattle has been ven an $188,000 c,oa, tract for building a new train- ing :sho,ol plant f,o,r Cheny N,oannal sch(mt. Ms. Je:rmie Con'ley, who e,ame he,re by wagon train in 1870, passed away Wedn,esday. Karold T'hompson ,of Spo- kane las gurehas,e'd the Medi- cal Lake stage line. Mrs. Emma Chamlmrs of Medical Lake was summ,oned by death Thursday. 35 Years Ago December, 1930 The Cheney Conrnercial club is s,ponsorin'g a lam,e lihi,rg eotest. New offi,cers of film club ,are: Dr. M. A. West, president; A. W. Jansen, vice president; H. D. Walker, sec- retary. Directors are E. R. m,(md F. Hawk, H. N. Strnach, Vevn R. Frost ant C. A. Bot- toff. Lestie Mason has been select- ed .superinte,rdert of sch, ools at Bdwall. Arthur Johnson of Clear ake drove his car into the large pl'ate glss wind,ow of Stahle's Market at Medical Lale Saturday. Peter Lefevre, 83, died Fri- day n a Spokane hos)itat. Donald Schroeder, 16, was pairf,ul,ly injured in a coast- ing accident Wednesd,ay when his Sled 'ran into a barbed wive fence East Cheney By Anna Phillips The jint Christmas party of East Cheney grange and 4-H club was enjoyed by 50 adults :and chiSdren. There were skits, readings and solos and community singing of Ch'is- mas carols and at last Sa,nta Claus by Emery Babb, visit- ing and passing ut treats. Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Stvoup, Verna and Lauvi (g Spokane enjoyed a pre-Chrismas gift exchange 'at the hrome o.f Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup last Sunday afernoon. He i,s a son 50 Years Ago of George Stroup. ,  Mr. and Mrs. Tray Mayfield December, 1915 I ----- 00olfe and H. E. Davis lave established their real es- tate offiee on the ground floor at the rear of the Niational I and amily arid M. Jolm Me,rick and Spokane were hs guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harringtn. Ms. and Mrs. Bob and family .spent last with Mr. and Mrs. Ihmpton. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Jack and Corme were day evenirg su, pper Mr. arid Mrs. Ch,ester and John and them to grange and 4-H mas party at the Bast hall. Mr. and Mrs. Vern ton were Monday eyeing itors f the Chester family. Bank o,f C'heney. The new rmvmat se,hool dor- mitory, Monroe Hall, will be tpene,d Jan. 3. The spado.us dining room wil'l accommodate a large number o,f students for table bo.avd at cast. In o, rder to keep these costs at a mini- mum the school will receive qu, otaLions or bids for such items as butter, e,gs, vege- tables, meats, pbatoes, etc. The Cheney Relief society is seeking the names of am- tiles vrho might be in need of b,e,lp far Christmas. Please cvnact D. Edwards, presiflent or Bh,n*ehe Stevens, seereta.ry. Oheney post ,office business i,s rapidly increasirg. Bostmas- ter J. F. Sp,argle reports the gross earnings for November, Kelp, George Bro,wn, Dr. O. 1914, as $49314. For N, ovem- E. JOhnson, C. B. Bernard, Ray- I ber, 1915, they were $980.99. :  . .  . :.    . ?. ..... MERRY Let the joy and faith of the hol;day season be reflected everywhere. xsss g O. K. Rubber Welders CHENEY The wonderful spirit that pervaded the manger is ours to share again. WEIGEL'S BAKERY AND COFFEE SHOP 1965 He will find a way into your home and with him come our best wishes. Cheney Bldg. Supply Norm Hove hope that this will be a real family Christmas for all in 1965. Cheney Motor Co.