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December 24, 1965

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i 1965 Smith Jewelers Spangle News By Jeanne Green ORGANIZATIONS HELP FAMILIES The Service club, Laddies , Aid, church and high school are helping needy families m the district again this Christ- mas. Last week the Service club bought and delivered twv cords of wood arid two torts of cal for ,one family. The Lad- ies Aid, church and ligh school during the week fixed baskets of food for the same family and the high scho4 also helped a n,oher fanfily with food, clothing and a par- ty. Spangle truly s,howed the Christmas spirit this year by giving to those less fortun,ate. I !AID PARTY ENJOYED :EVENING OF DEC, 15 i The Ladies Aid held thedr Christmas party Dec. 15 at the church. The 29 who attended enjoyed the program which in- cluded "The Christmas Story" read from the Bibl'e, a Christ- ma,s poem read by Vivian, Mur- phy, several game.s, Christmas carols and making tissue paper angels to decorate the church. Following the program re- freshments were served. The next meeing will be on Jan. 5 ,at the home of Mrs. race Bsers with Mrs. Garnet J,ohnson ,as cO.hrostes. TOMMY JESKE NEW BOYS CLUB LEADER The boys of Sportmens c]ub met last Thurs@ay eve- ning .and elected as president, Tommy Jeske; vice president, Mickey Byers; jr. treasurer, May every blessing of this J " Christmas be yours as you gather with family and friends, i Much Joy is wished for all CHENEY . GENERAL REPAIR Cheney Newsstand WILL BE OPEN 8:00 TO 12 NOON ON CHRISTMAS DAY II Grange Supply CHENEY \\; May the light from his star shine on all of yOU. ED DOTEN AGENCY Wayne Hoffman; escort, Lee Hazms; sevretary, Joe Sievers, with alternate Bill Mangis; watchman, Jerry Splichal; sen- try, Doug]:as DeGon with alter- hate Jan Baird; musicians, Steve Rasmussen, Tract Por- ter, Ricky Jeske and David Sorenslon. After election the members enjoyed hamburgers and milk shakes for their Christmas party. Monday eve- nin,g the club practiced at the rifle nge in Cheney. SCHOOL NEWS The Liberty Lanves won Lhe first league gmne lst Fri- day nght with Lind 62-52. Mile Oh,pate ws agmn high scorer for Liberty. The IAbe'- ty frosh downed Freeman Last week 29-15. This gives the t'rosh three wins and no losses. About 100 adutts and chil- dren attended the anrmal LEA dinner last Monday evenkg at the high sol, col. The cafeter w,as decorated with a large Christmas tree and tables we,re outlined with red and gree. crepe paper and were arranged in a star fovmatian. After the potluck dinner a program was given. The men's quarte made up of Mr. Calhill Mr. Vo,gt, Mr. Roys ,and Mrs. Fc,ucht sang a number (f se- lections. Other entertainment consisted o,f games for every- one and popcorn bails were given as prizes and treats for the children. Mrs. Dagley was present- ed with a corsage when she was named "Teacher of the Year." She is now in com- petition fo, r the title of No. tional Teacher of the Year. The Liberty debatin,g team 1,os,t to Cheney last week. Tb,ose takizg part were Pat Cunninlgham, Steve Morfo Gayle loecks and Randy Roh- wer. Judges were E'ldon Fel- ge,nhauer and Mrs. Ray ood- neT. Marian Toepke, an LHS gradu'ate, was recently chosen to appear in "Who's Who amoag Students in American 9olleges and Universities." Vlarion is a senior at Pacific Lutheran University ad is "no ,of five Inland Empire sen- ors selected for tlds honor. ssistan&tp in the scol of ssistantsship in the shool ot mcing at PLU also. Miss oopke represeied the Span- le IOOF severaL yeoxs ,go in he tinited Nations contest am win the trip to the UN. LOCAL N E W-S'-- Mr. and Mrs. Pger Stueckle of Cheney were, weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan olmsan and family. r. and rs. Grdn Green were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Ronnie Green and .family. They also visited wth Roy Mill Sunday evening. Word was recently received of the death of Betty Tyler. She was the aunt of Betsy Gil- dy and sisterdndaw of Jack Giidy. Betsy spent a year with Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill This season of cheer and friendship brings thoughts (g you to nund, with many Clhrist- mas wishes, the very warmest kind. Merry Christmas to all my read exs.M. C. rs. Kent Sooy was hostess to the Young as bridge clu,b Wednesday afternoon with the prizes g'mg to Mrs. Howard Marsh, bs. Fred Soy and Mrs. Orville Lewis. Guests in- cluded Mrs. Lewd, Ms. Ted Stah.ibon and Mrs. Do,n Lam- bert. Tihe club wi meet next with Mrs. Marsh. Mrs. Howard Mash enter- tained with a luncheon m Spv- kane last Thursday fo the Mesdames Edwin Dummeier, Metvin Marsh, F. N. McKin,ley, lonald McKinley, J,ohn H. Harris, Kent Sooy ,a.d N. A. Friday, December 24, 1965 Iyler News By Wanda Stengle Ty$r grange hed C,hrimas gift exchange and buffet des- sert Tuesday night. Bob Shea returned from the hospital last Thursd,ay and is a,bil.] doing well. Don She recently rettwned from a business trip with Kon GrLffith to Havre, Mont. hey visited Ft. Benton a'd several interes,Ung historical stes. Several famiUes (ff Tyler at- tot=tied the funeral services of Ms. Ida Ham ls,t Thursday. Pall bearers included Ira Shea, GiJ, bert Peterson and J. P. Brown of Tyler. Cormie and Sharon H'arrs of Spokane visited their grand- mher Satm'day and d,eearat- ed the Harrises home and the Cordill and Miss Becky Con- rath. Mrs. F. N. McKinley and Mrs. Kgmald McKinley attend- ed a progr, am Friday evening of the Musical Kindea-ga'ten in which Keith Me,trill took art. Amber PTO is sponsoring a New Year's eve dance with the Amber orchestra ptaying. Mrs. Charles Featherstone arrived by plane Sunday eve- ning  visit :her parch,is, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marsh. Mrs. Dea,therstone will soon join her husband in Ge,nTonSr on i his present army assignment. :Mr. and Mrs. Ronatd McKin- 1.ey, Mike and Brenda visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea and family of Tyler Sunday. Among the guests at the Jbs I)auhtors installation in !Cheney Sunday were Mr. and M'rs. Don Lambert, Ja,ckie, Jill and Chuck, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Jordan, Jennifer and Jo Shirley Hartley, Mrs. Ken Sooy and CarOl, Mrs. A1 Dahl and Jill, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Corll, Kay ad Ann. Myrna Rietz was a weekend guest o,f ,her prents, Mr. and l[rs. Gilmore Rietz. Shirley Hartley was a week- end guest of Jo Ellen Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Rielard Jorda and family were Sunday dn- ner guests of Mrs. Marion Bair. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Groselose and datghers of Lewiston were Sma,day guests of Mr. and lrs. Harold Hartley and fam- ily. i Amber Ramblers 4-H club ;heI,'d a regukar meeting Mien- 'day ev'enmg with preide,nt i Nelsan Crdll, Jr., presiding. Various discussions we,re held and Nelson gave a dem'anstra-i tion on ivestock judging. At the close of the meeting, pop-,, corn balls were given to everyone, a gift of the Be,st f'amily.2__  Sp' Garden rmgs By Phyllis Schmidt C:hristmas tree. j Chr:stmas is a wondrful time c the year. Merry Christ- mas to all. Mr. and Mrs. G. Caisyn rec- ently attended the Dariold employees club ban.quet at the Holiday Inn. Mrs. Sue Frank returned from visiting her brother P. Waddell in Modestv, Ca;lif., where a family reunion was held. After that she spent a week with a sister, Mrs. Ethel Fox in Los Angeles. Tbe firemen .and wives held a potluck su, pper Saturday night in their hall. O. Hebert is in the Sacred A CH RISTMAS 1965 Cheney Free Press Page S Heart hospital under obser- vation. $500 STOLEN AT CITY HALL Around $500 was taken from the office of Mr. Tre,m:lay in the ,city ha}l, m,one taken m from fine, s. The thieves tried t find more money Ln the main office without much sue- cess. Entrance to the school was atso made. CHURCH PARTY The Ev,argelic.l Free church had heir Christmas program Sunday eve.ndng with 142 pres- ent. Trea were give tie ehil- d,ren. NEW STREET LIGHTS Our cty street lgltig sys- tem has been tom,pieely ren- cwated with 32 mercury apov lights installed which we ave very pleased with. WHERE ISTHE-BALL -- Scotsman: "M'ld, arre ye to be m'caddie?" Oaddie: "Yessir !" Scotsman: "And how arre Ye at findin' o*t 01f balls?" Caddie: "Very gcd, Mis- ter." Scotsman: "Weel, noo, look arrvound an' find ,ene, .an' we'll tarcrvt the game!" SEASON'S GREETINGS We wilL be dosed oa, Christmas Day and open New Year's day. Maple Leaf Grocery ARE YOU READY FOR SANTA? Dec. Permanent Special $1S.00 $10.00 Coldwave Complete June's Beauty Shop Hiway 10, Acre,s from Geger at Maple Leaf Motel Eves. by Appointment Cl,osed Stmday & Monday MA 4-63B7 d3-31 i Airway Heights Grocery OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A. M. TO 9 P. M. Fresh Produce Meats, Gro- ceries, Toiletries, General Merchandise. D. A. Jaquith Get your Free Press here jy23t her aunt in Penn:s'ylania sev- eral years a, go, and also spent about two weeks traveling with hey two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helmer and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Helner emd Larry joined about 30 other guests at the home of hr. and Mrs. Earl Whittne,r Sunday evenJ,ng. This was the pre-Chmstmas dinner which  the family h(fl'ds each year F,P, classifieds are on the ball. Use mo,re of them. De,bert Henry Secrest, 22 joined the navy June 28, 1963 anal attended boot camp at the Great Lakes rm, val trairnng sta- tion. He complected courses at the radar tra'in,g school at Valejo ,and San Diego. Delbert wa on the destroyer U. S. S. Hoyle with the 7h fleet in Viet Nam waters h)r a sho pexiod and is presently s[a- tioned at Seattle on the de- vtroye- U. S. S. B,roke, help- ing to prepare it far active duty. o / Chet's Flowers / \\; May your 1965 stocking be filled with much happiness. Holmes Hardware