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December 24, 1965

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1965 As we celebrate again the bh&apos;th (t Christ, may His spirit of peace and Iovc renew our faith and bring us joy. \\; Owl Pharmacy Santa brings our heartfelt best ;;/ wishes to you and your family. 1965 go" ,r s IGA Store May Christmas bring to each of our many friends joy and happiness. 1965 CONTINENTAL OIL DIST. RAY EVERSON  IC.,..NI. M.u.,, " Reitmeier in Spokane. [a|||Q W 1 Sunday dlflr guests at the -- . - I tteiaa '1 memer home By Katherine Holloway [were the Eugene Temens TOWNSHIP GROUP MEETS Jfamy of SpoKane. ....... I The &orcton Ho@gsans were . rreem at  a Jday .dinner guests of the E. owrtsmp mee g armay [ C. H.odgsons a Verade. On evening at the kome (ff Mr. Sunday they drove to Tecoa and Mrs. Oscar Reitmeier were to have dinner with the Scott :Mr. and Mrs. A1 Wialms, Dave Peterson and Gordon Hodg- son. Tle January meeting and election will be held at the i grare hall. CLUB WOMEN MAKE BASKETS The Espanola W,men s dub met Weanesday with Ame,lia Griffith with Ollie Henning as co,trustees. Two as bar,- kets were made ready a,ml a gift exchange held. Officers elected or the comm,g year were LuelSa Kuhn, presidenc; Patt Setfridge, vice president, and erie Henning, secretary- treasurer. The January meet- in, g wi. be held at the grmage hM1 with husbands invited to a noon potluck lunch. SANTA CALLS AT GRANGE THURSDAY About i00 persons tok part in the annual Christmas cele- bration at the grange hall on Thursday evening. A£ter the p0iuck supper a program was given with Edna Crarner in charge. Barbara F'mson gave the welcome with oecher read- ings done by ary Wyborney, Irene Rosenau, Altha Meserve, Lydia Schiewe, Anna Hzxigson ald Mabel Sheaf. A pantomime maIer scene was done by David Kuhn and Rea Meserve with Lue Khn aid lttha Meserve sing- rag, ,accompanied by George Meserve. Other musical num- bers were presented by D,avid Kuhn, Colleen, Iateen and Carolyn Willms and Penny and Nilta Holloway. Several skits were also on the przrr,am with the adienee taking part. San- a Claus, in the pers(m of Ed Best, greeted the group while they were singing Christmas carols, 'and gitts and treats were enjoyed by al,1. Grange w}l not meet again until Jan. 17, 1966. PERSONALS Tuesday evening visitors at the Frank Setfrdge ,home were Mr. and Mrs. John Maur- er of Tyler and Mr. and Mrs. Bob tbogers and family of Che- hey. Thursday visitors were Mrs. Wllam Homer nd sons. Atten, dmg the potluck dm- ne,r ami gift exchange a the Oorbin House in Spokane on Thursday were MAcky Moriar- ty, Patt Selffridge and Roberta Maurer. They ave attended weekly craft eias-s there for several months. M,. and Mrs. Stanley Swan- son and Eric Swanson were hormred guests, al<mg with other active officers of the Waukon grange, for a smor- gasbord dimmr on Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reseau PlOtts. Gary Swanson iS ,home for the Christmas ,loli@ays from Commurfity College. On Monday Lavina Swanson visit- ed with Adelaide McRae in the nursirtg home in Iaven- port. She a'o vimted with Mr. and rs. Mike Kintschi. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Phrson attended the Latter Day Saints church program at Cheney on.. Thursday evening. On Friday evening they visited with Mr. ,anal Mrs. Keith Redly in SlO- ka he. Little Roger Will, ms was ta- ken to St. Luke's hospital on Frid'ay with 'pneumonia. He; expects to be 'home th week. Bob Kirk and family of Pom- eroy arrived on Wednesday evening to sperd the holidays with the At and arvin Willms family. The Oscar Reitmeiers visit- ed Surtd:ay with Mr. an, d ,Mrs. Wesley Green arid Mrs. Lo,uis A Good Old Fashion Christmas to 1 in 1965. MODEL BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP Letters To The Editor STUDENTS PROTEST CAR PARKING RULE Editor, Free Press; The city of Cheney has bR- ten the hand that feeds it. I.n the Dec. 8th issue of the Bast- Friday____ 2, December 24._:, 196_.55 example. Perhaps by so doirg I can help bring atten.ia to the matter. I know tidal if it Cheney Free Press Page 9 starts cos{'mg peopte mozmy, the city fathers wi,ll her about it for sure! W.W. Crmv Wophy winer. Helen Fiimen and Carroll Kaplin made sug- gestima2s in regard to enter in- to the activities. The above persons and ,a number of oily ers are to .be coattflated on their ef2orts in Poising the evner (the college weey), I D. G. riffith Hmdsorts and Mrs. Catherine there a,pqared a rotice that Carolyn S. Eaden Hansou. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Wybor- the city has an ordinance in. Phy M. Ayers (students) hey d,roe to the coast on M>n- onOffeetcityWhichstreetsPr°hibitsbetween 1 a.parldng [ day for several days ,hile he m. IAIplL "-to and 6 a. m. from Dec. 1 to mmun tends meeting at Rainier. Maeh 1! Their san Joe will return Since the college parking Float Gets Boost; hme with them for the hoi- lots cannot possibly acco,mm'o- days.Gary Mann spent Sunday date  the ears that a'ng Ne 01tJ  T Id to students in residelce, where W cet 0 with his u.nele George Mann in Spoka,ne. Sunday atmo catle:rs at the Mcourins were My. ,altd Mrs. Don Lain.bert and Dan and Michelle BatlenOrad of Cheney and the Stanley Swansons. VISIT BRUCE McKAYS Lt. and Mrs. Dick (larbara McKay), Van Vleck and Claire Sarah are spending Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Me- Kay. Lt. Van Vleck has been ,stationed in Puerto Rico for the past three years. In Janu- ary he will he attached to Mo- bile Construction Iattalion based in Port Hueneme, Calif. BOWLING NOTICE The Koffee Kup Keglers voted to bowl Tuesday return- in,g, Dec. 21, instead of Thurs- day the 23rd. Find lost pets arm livestock with a Free Press want ad. f96S V fu, r.ds and designing the win- fling float. A number of townspeople from Medical Lake and several from Fairchild tutored out at the meeting. Eevted as offic- es of the litac vonmttee are: Wihitmer, general cair- man; Kenneth Brosrles, fi ,o:n- cial vhaia'man; Barbra Secord, VICTOR WILSON AGENCY ---"a gift of great--" joy this Yule• THE MALT SHOP do the remaining cars park? Are the students expected to remain in their cars d.urin those early morning hours, ov should we park thegn on the 1,own? This ordinance is just fine for the permanent residents of the town, who mostly have garages :or parking are,as off the sweet, but puttin,g tickei (m students' .cars in the wee .hurs is t goin:g to d,o much for student-city relations. I feet that this is grossly un- fair to the students, and in- ted to do somethg about it. The college is the mn "in- dustry" in Ohemey, ,nd I would think the merelmnts would resent the hrvassmen¢ .f the students. Pers0lly, I intend to boycott the city mer- ch'anCs as meh as possible and in'luence as nany stu- dents as I can to ow my ade. George Meserve ex1>hed and gave a good ccount of mateiIs used on the winning ioat and materials now on 1965 And joy of the season to every family we know. KELL'S TAVERN A recent meeting was ,held at Medical Lake high school to eeet,, officers for the p, ur- pose of enterirg,- a float in the 1966 Lilac Festival activities. [Don Kyle made the intxduc- ti, an speech, explained activi- ties of the 1965 float whdc won division B arid a bautiful trophy in the torchlight pew- hand. Larry Smith explained financing and gave a sum- mary on the coronation ball. Bill Whitmer explained the basic construction of the past recU)rding secretary, and Mar- sha,li Webb, publicity chair- man. BI1 Whitmer, general clean- man, an,nounced . the next meet'rag of the lihc committee would be Jan. 11 at he ,hitCh sehOM. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all of my fiIds mad neighbom for their floral offeda-tgs, sympathy and acts of Idn4ness during my re- certt iless. Helen Hohnes d24 1965 t - :-::L- We hope 1965 is your  happiest Chrlstmas every,... Auto Mart, Inc. (Formerly A1's Auto Parts) .. Our wish is that He who brought joy to the world will bring joy an¢ hope into your homes and hearts doring this season. IT IS THE CHRIST CHILD'S BIRTHDAYi A Day of the world's new birth! May Mary and $OSel be the  of men to wish you M,I A Blessed Christmas of Peace and J. FATHER W. J. BRENNAN St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church