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!r an i: I65 WE EXTEND TO EVERYONE nne's Beauty Salon FIRST CHENEY PHONE 235-4975 (Watch For Our Early Jaauary Opening) For Sale Ea)oy the cming hahdrys in your own new home, with added war/nth of a fireplace. :ORe 3-bedroon, living room w/dirring area, eating space kitchen hardw,ood foors, electric heat, insulated space glass windows, full basement with gar- One 2-bdrm, with car port attached, blcony, full base- electric heat, easy possibih'ty ,o 2 family unit here. down pavement & balarme like rent. Move right in. CALt BILL GESCHKE OR LLOYD HAM 1ST Tri-State Realty, Inc CALL 235.4778 CHENEY, WASH. SALE older .home. Good $500 d.ovn, $60 Ed Doten Real ]state. St., 235-4050. n5tf Grass a,d alCal:fa, a,atfa. 200 ton, condi- under roof. square All or any part $20 i.n $22 delivered. Svhmitt 235-6202: dl0-31p Made whi.le you wait 40c each' at The AIx) on h,'ghway west. d10-31 REAL ESTATE C, atl Tri-Ste Real- Chancy, Wash. 403 Phone 235-4778. 10-1tf mese kitterrs' h)r sale, siamese kitten free, part cocker Pekenese Phone 235-4557. d17-24p arm saw, Cvaftsma Wooden stand, many Like new. $150. 235- :___ d17-24 Blue Lustre will your upholstery bau- soft arrd clean. Ren shampooer $1. Hohnes d24 refvigeror with cross, treezer $35.00; Norge 4 burrer, full size ove New table 4 orange Make offer. Phrase 235, 5 p.m. d17-31! and To- gift pillow slips. See 404 S. Wash- Lake, Wash. d140 n, dercountex dihwash- wrking con dh Kemnare washer $5'0.00 par; 40" with double .grill $50.00. P0te d24-31 26hch ,bcycs, x- condifion $15 ,.and Phone 235-6298. d24 WANTED for St. Vincent De fm'rtm'e, ek)h- urgently eeded. laddx 235-6814. nStf for US Fi ap you do not wlsh to N. 3rd St., Cheeygt f- OPPORTUNITY ftrat year, p- part or  time, men mi, nnum  t" Eats'prize, Inc., Wash. o29tf & HUPPIN National Buk Wash, TO CRED#TORS No. 8028 Court of.the State of in and for the County 0t of the Estste of dcoaed. tkat the under- ts court and Jingly, nd that ill agalna ssl 4 de- relulred to eerve elalms with neesary oel, 8pencz FleKel. FO REN New 2 bedroom apts. for rent. , Futly ca,rpeted, new ranges, refrigeratbas and latmdry fa- cilities furnished. Students may share. Can be seen at 1320 3rd St. Call 2354778: ol5tf 3-bedroom house. Al app,lian- F e_ furnished. Fenced yard. amily ozfl. Looatel t 616 Vii'bed. Cll Moses Lake RO 2-9273. d3ff Small living quarters fr 1 or 2 people $25 Me. F. M. Wat- son, Four Lakes, east of schoo house, d3-3'lp H use Tra,i, lers for rent. The Auto Mart, 675 west First, Phore 235-6258: dl0tf For rent on Highvay, 2 miles west, duplex, 2 bedroom partially furnished. Ph,one 235- 4960. d17-3'lp bedroom Duplex apt. W/W carpets, electrical applian- es in, clded. For married cou- ple. Piton 235-4747. dl7tf __ One bectroom furnighed apart. manta, $45 a month. Four Lakes Apts., Phme TE 8-8734. d17-24p Ufurn_ished 3 bedroom older house, ll0 No. llth St. Ph. 235-6671. d24-31 Four bedroom tmuse, oil heat ,convenient location, arage $67.50. Available Jan. 1st. RI 7-5091. d2 1965 ,, abundant in l things material " and spiritual. Western Auto Store Larry Wagner And a merry Holiday to each of you. 1962 CHENEY AUTO PARTS CARL THUROW SUBSCRIBE NOW! MISCELLANEOUS Ndrm Lewis, electric,al contrac- bor. Wirifg arid repdr. Cha- ncy Electric. PImne 237-4341 nStf "= " WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- ,pair. Ed's Conoeo Service. Phone BE 5-4400. ff LOST Child'S brown bi4ooal ghsses lost Wednesday, Dec. 15. Jemy Johnn, 235-4729. d24 New 1bedroom Apts. For Rent 306-310 N. 11th See Manager ol5tf mXPZSZVE typing paver. 500 slmets 8 x  11 practice oly 9 at-The Free South 1806 Felta Road, Spokane, Wash ington' or UP( C. E. Huppin, thd attor- ney of record at his office at 201 First. lational Bank Huildi, SpOtane, Wash- ington an file such claim with proo of ruch service in' the office of the clerk of the almve ecrt at the City of Spo- kane, .Washington-, withi fix months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Dltte of the first publicatio of this utice in 10th day of December. ]965. Spencer Flegl Admtnistratar wwa of the above estate. Morrison & Huppl By." C. E. HupPin Attorney 201 First lationl Bank Bldg. Spokane, Washington. (Dee. 0-24) Medical Lake Barracks Installs Medical Lake-Cheney Bar- racks and Auxiliary hekl their joint installation Dec. 14 at the city hall, beginning with a potl, uck supper, larracks of- licers installed were: Harry Lindahl, commander; 5ira Grief, senior vice .c'ol.nmander; Lee Fairbanks, jtma,er vice commander: Claude Garner, quartermaster adjubant; Ray Fox, sergeant at arms; Joe Coselman, chaplain; Steve Wright, judge advocate. Auii.ary officers installed wre: Ruth Williams, wesi- dent; Edna Garner, senior vice president; Frarmes Best, jun- ior vive preside,rt; Clara Mace, treasurer; BesSie Dare, chap- lain; Evn,ma Theimens, con- ductress; Alice Fox, gtmrd; Syl- via Fairbanks, secretary; three ye,av trustee. Eva Linda.hl; Lu- ra Palmer. patrol instructor. Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer attended the installation of Chief Garry Barracks and Aux- ili, ary No. 1806 in Spokae an Thursday a the Odd Feows h, al]. On Men,day they attend- ed the luncheon for past mat- ron.s and past patrons at the borne of Cteo Allen. IN 1966 SEE Check the want odes. each week. New Year's Eve DANCE At Amber $1.00 PER PERSON AMBER-TYLER ORCHESTRA Cheney $ludenls Have Leading Roles In College Dramas Th,ree Cheney studcnts a,t EWSC will play important roles in planned pro@uctions by the drama departmenL D.nald P. Fat,thanks, son of Mr. and,,, Mrs. James T. Fair- banks, 204 Fourth St., wil be in elage of props and a mem- bex f the stage crew for the })reduction of the Jean @ir- ,udoux comedy, "Tiger at the Gates," to be presented in Jour performances staring on Feb 9 James tL Mickelson, son of Mr. an, d, Mrs. Hera-y Mickelsoaa, "913 Fourth St., will Fray the dual roles of a top man andJ an otd mand h the Gira,udox.I play. He will be a member of l the stage crew or the EWSCI Woduci, an of "Waitirg /br J Gadt," arid witl ,h,ave charge of props and a member of the stage crew far "House of Ber- na'rda A." "Waiting for Godot," a tragi-comedy, and "House of Bernarda A.," a Spanish tragedy, each will bepre. sented for three alternate evening starting April 7. Terril S. McDon,ough, daugh- ter of Dr. and Mrs. William G. McDon, ough, 221 N. Fourth S,t., will play the mportant role of Cassandra in the February Pro,duct'on. She wfl,1 be a mem- ber of the stage crew f,r the presentation of "Waiting fl)r Godt,'" but will affain have a featured roe in "House Bea,rda A." rhe she p0r- trays Martirie. Fairbanks. an art major, and Miss McDo:,ough, a drama ma- j,or, are both freshmen at EW- SC. Michelson, a sophomore, is raj,oring m mathematics. A'g ate graduates of Cbeney 'hig school. SPONSORED BY PTA Dairymen Will Hold d24-31 State Convention ...rr... I In Spokane in '66 19 6 5 J The Washington State Dairy, /mea's Federation anunred /today their selection f Spv- I Irne as the ,site for the 1966 an.nua meeting. WiltSam Mey- er of Spokane was apointed cnveti-on chairman by Pes- ide,t W. O. Hartill..The fed- errati'on directors chose to bold the 1966 meetin on a Monday, Tuesday.and Wednes- day. The d,atos selected were Nov. 7, 8, and 9. Conveation chairman Will- iam Meyer said he and his committee would be selectin, the conveno hotel shortly. This will mark the first time m more than 10 years s,i,e the states dairymen have con- vened in Spokane. You can find it in the classifieds. Yi,chy, December 24, 1965: County TB League Neds Support On C-. -h.,stmas Seal Sale Tubereuasis is no lb,nger a problem ? Are you aware that there were 508 eases on the regi's- t,rs in Spokan,e cotmty 1,a,t :ear? The Waslin,gton State Health Departmen estimates that 12 per cent of the S,ate's population, or appvoximarely 360.000 persons, is infected. About 500 persaPs per day are treated for TB in the State of Washin,gton, arid in 1964 the cost of TB in this State was at"! least $7 million. Emphasis  a rapidly in- creasing prmb,m ! It is estimated that 9 out of every 10 American me,n over 45 ave at least a mild frm oi it Nearly 2.000,000 Avaexi- ca,ns already have severe em- physema. Thi:s year sme 60.- 000 American,s will oe their lives to emphysema. Women s,ometimes have it, but less frequently than men. Scien- tists say it can be co,nolle,d if detected e.rly e,nuffh. Darkness doubles traffic troubles, says the Allsat.e Mot- or Cl, ub. From du,sk t'o dawn the traffic aceiden.t vat .e's up. Drop your spe,d ]0 miles an lmttr and give yo.uvself more time to avoid an cci- dent in case Of o.n emergency. S,lov down at sundown. The ocal paper bo0,ts Oh.e- ney and deserves a clnce to bid .on your printin,g work. Cheney Veterinary Clinic 235-6860 Cheney Free Pres Page 7 _i CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for educaLton. al equipmert and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121, Showlter Hall. Proposal farms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1965-Ju 1, 1966) ! | Here's hoping yours will be the happiest Christmas. UNION OIL DISTRIBUTOR "... and,'lo, the s!ar which they saw in the east, went before them, t, Ii it came and stood over where the young child was:' St. Matthew Chap. 2 III I From the staff of The Cheney Free Press I I I III III II J II II I INSURANCE AGENCY 235-4455' Cheney, Waslngto For: Auto Licenses Notary Work All Insurance. Needs MERRY CHRISTMAS ED BAILIE SERVICE / CHIIS-rA ED s CONOCO ,.v