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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 24, 1965 F Come down and See the store.wide Reductions at CHENEY DEPARTMENT r nc STORE Beginning On Monday, December 27 Now Half Price! CHRISTMAS GOODS Toys & Games Gift Wrappings Ornaments Christmas Cards Tree Decorations Seals & Tags NEXT YEAR'S SAVINGS NOW! i i |1 K S P Merry Christmas ! KSPO Radio Presents 0 "Cheney Calls" with Cheney school, and local news fea- tures, contests and music, 10:30 - 11:00 a. m.-Mondav through Friday. We're 1230 On Your Radio Dial 10:30 -- 11:00 12 30 RADIO i - i i ii . Custom Building ANY PLACE IN SPOKANE COUNTY . . LAKE, CITY & FARM HOMES Also partments & Commercial Bu On Your Land or Ours. EASY TERMS AVAILABLE Harlan Douglass, Inc. HU 3-2590 , dlOtf Duplexes, Apartments & Commercial Buildings . . . Please Eat at The Red Barn while the M.N.M is closed ... Open 3rd of January THE STA#F OF THE RED BARN AND M-N-M WISH THEIR FRIENDS A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS Bair's Grocery &nd Gibson's Thrift Store , $!udenl Teachers NEWs BRIEFS 1V. and Mrs. lVlk$o Bal k will Given Asfignmenls   Ohristmas eve dinner guests of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mio Bali, Jr. in* In Nearby Schools Spokane. On Christmas d,ay they will go to Opportunity for a family dinner wih a d.a,ugh- Thicty-four EWSC education majors will begin student teahing assignments in C, he- nay area sob, eels shortly after the first o6 the new year. They are among 121 EWSC student who have been as- signed to schools for winte quarter practice teaching. In acd,ition o Ohen ey .rea sch, oos, EWSC students will be at s.chools in the Spokane, West VMley, Central Valley, Ea.st Valley, Davenport, Read- dan and Richland school dis- tcts. Student teachers at Cheney hig, h sell wil huclude Gene- vieve Aucutt, Laurie BirChill, 1 Jerry GaSh, Allan Geeves, Mary Hendrickson, ay O. Lckersth, Oaeline lna- han, Marilyn Neon, Sh'les Schapen!berg, Lawso Van Kuren n,d John Vick. Six at Befz School At Betz elementary school will be Dave Harris. F_Mard I4i:vai, Kuth Sebastian. Glenn Vep:tura, Robin Witterd an leen Yamaguehi. Sunset olm,enCary svhoal MORRISON & HUPPIN 201 First Nat'l Bank, Spokane; Wash. NOTICE TO.CREDITORS lqo. 80543 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of poKane. In the . Matter of the Estate of ANTHONY SPOSITO, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under. signed has been appointed Administratrix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, am] that all persons having claims against said 4e- eeM.ed are required to serve claims, duly vemfie, with necessary vchers upon the uudevaigud at 4203 EaSt Fail-view, Spokane, Washington or upon Howard A. Ar*derson, of Morrison & Huppin the attomzey of record at his office at 201 First National Bank Building, Spokane, Washington and file such claim, with proof of uch service in the .office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington, within six months after the first puhlication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication) of this notice is 10th day of December, 1965. Josephine O. Esposito of the above estate. Morrison & Huppi By Howard A. Anderson Atorney 201 First National Bank Bldg., Spokane, Wshington (Dec. 10-24) Paine, Lowe, Coffin, Herman & O'Kell 602 Spokane & Eastern Bldg., Spokane NOTICE OF SETTLEMET OF ESTATE No. 74793 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for'the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of SAMUEL B. WINN, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.ss. Notice is hereby given that Stam, ley E. Win', the Administrator d/b/n of the above estate, has rendered and presented for asttlemeat to, and filed in" the Super- ior Court of Spokane ConvCy, State of Washington his Final Account as ueh Administrator de bonis non and a peti- tior for the distribution of said estate,.in which the CoUrt is asked to settle said Estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same. and discharge the said Administrator d/b/n and that Wedresday, the 19th day of January, 1966, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock n. m. at the Courtroom of our Superior Court, in the City of Spokane, in said Spokan'e County, has been duly fixed for-the hearing and settlement of said Final Account and Petitio for Distribution, at which time and plae any person, in'rested in said estate may appsar and file his exceptiona in writing thereto and contest the same. Dated this 22r'd day of December, 1965. Geo, E. Faltquist, County Clerk end lerk of th SuPerior Court y Ralph V. Renwick, Deputy. (Dec. g4, 1965-1an. %. 1966) Will Close at 6:00 p.: m- Chrislmas Eve Friday, December 24 ter Mrs. Harry King and fam- ily. Legion Unit Offers Scholarship Book to Parents & Sludenls The American Legion's ed- ucation and scholars;hip band- book. "Need a Lift?", pre,lared as a service t'0 veterans and on-veteran students contain- ing information a,but an es- student teachers will be Carol Kelly and Vicki Van, Dyk. At the EWSC cam:pus ele- mentary school, students who will lraetice teac intrude ArCane, Collins, Lyrme HaChez Pamela Pierce, Dorothy Ro errs, Do,n,a Rosenbarger and Mary Ausi 0. .Medical Lake hJ,h school will have three EW students }aulette Jeske, Pdclmrd Ban- gum arid Roger Riggs. At Med- ical Lake elementary sctmoL Sharon, Bates, A'fred Gaci!a Connie McSpa5den and Kaths, Meadows. Esther Toepke will be at East Iberty elementary sclool in .the Liberty sc2mol det and Douglas Strayer vcffi be at Lakeland Village. Raymond M. Dirks, Four Lakes, wi/1 be at Ferris 'high s((ml, md Julia E. Pehrson, Esarma, wit4-be at North Ce- tra,1 high school, both in Spo- Kane. I Cla!sified? Whets s Classified? Ask Dad, he knows. M)m lmows, too! Th'11 tell you that "classified" is a kind of ad that Costs very little, but does a BIG job fas... of seliizg,buyig, vevting, h4riag, getting wrk . . . ov almost anhing else. Cheney Free Press 235-6513 timated $1,000,000,0000 worth of sl01ars'h.ps, loans a,rd part time jobs at colleges and vca- tional schools or qualified high school students, has bee pesene,d to Cheney high school by Chancy Unit No. 72 of The American Leion aux- iliary. Tlds annually revised pub- lication for the 1965-66 sch,ool year is recognized as one of the most complete and up-to-6ate sources ef career and scholars,hip information in the United States. The hand- book does not limit its .listings to children of vetewns but 6nains scholarshilas and ed- ucati, onN aids available to all student. Only Half Used Mrs. F. Hoyt, unit president tated that thousands of youn'g people ttlave not taken advan- tage ,of the generous educa- tiorml aids which are available due to a failure t9 plan early for their future education. She menUoned in particular the Junior GI Bill which pro- rides up to $130 per month for fur years of educationM help for svns and daughters of vet- erans who lost tlmir lives or wlm were prm,anently and to- tally dsabled as the resuIi of military service. Although over $25,000,000 was aailable last year from ttfi's source Christmas for 1965 O ON S BARBER SHOP In Old Safeway Building Our sincere thanks and heartfelt good wishes to all. " " ' 1 '.1 Also Christmas Day Cheney Implement ,on,e, over half o,f the young .j.:.,4..j.::.j.:.j.::. people eligible for this hetp have fNled to alply, the Aux- iliary president said. Book's Use Urged Pare.nts n.d studemts are enou'raged to make use .of the co.pes of "Need a Lift?" pro- vided as a service to the c,om- munity. The publication, pre- pared by The American Leg- ion's Education and Sch.aiar- ship Program, National Amer- icanism division in Indian.ap- olis. is now in its 15th edition ,with distribution o,f mare ttran three-quarter ofa million copies since its first issue in 1951. SUBSCRIBE NOW! Merry Christmas AND A Happy New Year TO ALL From WIDNER'S BEAUTY SHOP Hayford Hey kids, start looking for that first buttercup! We will again award $2.50 cash prizes to the boy girl 12 or under who bring in the first buttercup of Bring buffercups to the Cheney Newsstand. WE WISH YOU .A MERRY CHRISTMAS! Chet's Flowers Phone 235-4916 Chene. --7 ,..,.. May the peace and joy of Christmas ab . "! PETE THE PAINTER Pete Heidecker Catalog Merchant Sears is offering an excellent oppor-" tunity to a top level individual to open- a business of his own. If you are interested in operatihg a retail outlet in Cheney, Washin Selling Sears Catalog Merchandise on. consignment, send a brief summary Sears Roebuck & Co.: Personnel Dept. 107 2465 Utah Avenue South Seattle, Washington