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Page 12 W Cheney Free Press Fri6ay, December 24, 1965 ! Q BOWLING Bowlerettes &apos; Kelleys .t4 22 M N M 32t 231/2 nillcrest 30 26 5 B's 30 26 Bill's Jills 28 28 Lira Curls 28 28 i Gibson's Thriftys 24 32 I Bargain Shop 17 38/, M N M 2737; Kelley's 982; Edna Brasch 501: Lil Greene 222. Koffee Rup Keglers 4 Questions 35 t Krazy Kates 33 Pied Pipers 30 Pill Rollers 25 B-Plus 23 Cluster Bus'ters  22 Pied Pipers 2081; Cluster Busters Judy Nearing 463, 172. Fireball OK Tire ('x. 34 IOOF Lode&, "3,,,i L(, Lutheran, Church System Amusement 29{ Jonos Resort 29 Cheney Impleemnt 23 System Amusement 3049, 1(192 ; Siolp 228, 572. 5 o'clock Mixed 4 C's 35 M & M 33 }{as Beens 29 Bell ].ingers 29 Sandbaggers 27 G(, Getters 27 M & M 2378; 4 C's 833; Run l<inley 500 ; Roydal Cunley 185 ; McKinley 465, 177. School District 81 In Spokane Cited For Public Service 21 A citati,o,n for distinguished  public service was presented 6 ' " 1 31 ]Nov. 30 to shcool dktrlct 8  I af Spokane by the U. S. Depart- 6 ;t lnent ,of Agriculture to persons outside governmen,t service. 5 / The scho, ol district was cited , [for a farm study course and 30|tour which fostered better { [farm-city relati, ons in the S,p'o- Jim I kane area. Through the | course, more than 12,000 2. fourth grade student's during 27 the past four years have gained a al a basic understandin,g o' mud- 33 a3 ern agriculture, how farm and ,,-city are interdepenldent, and Pat why eoonsc,rvation is import- Community Church Makes Progress On bldg. Program In the next two weeks, the Cemmunity church wall c,o,m- plete its buikling program, ac- cording to builamg supervisor tlalph Beaudreau. Duri,g 1965 the three year but}drag plan has included several projects. A new lawn was planted in the summer and the church sign placed in the center. A white neon cross was erected at the focal point of the roof of the "L" shaped sanctuary. Then in early fa,ll a pastc,r's study and a church office were added, completin,g the In, ajor goals o,f the three- year plan. With the completion of s:o,me minor painting, the church will be finished and dedicated in a special sc-rvice. Pastor 'Gene Ross said, "I'll be very HERE WE GO A CAROLING -- Mrs. Dale Aebty's Fifth grade pupils from Betz school sang Christmas carols Thursday, Dec. 16, at the Cheney Nursing home. PEO Club Holds i,-:e present. Mrs. Richard Rues presided Christmas Meet !4 the business meeting. T:h? annual evenin,g Christ- M,rs. Mark Ratcliffe gave a prz,gram on the church of the mas meeting of the PEO chap- I ter was held last week a the [ Nativity whi, ch he recently home ef Mrs. Lloyd Varde- vis'itcd. Berg, with Mrs. E. L. Dales as- t Identity of Sunshine pats for sisting dessert hostess, Thirty- the past year was revealed in one members and two guests the flirt exehan,ge. T !  -.     .  and friendly wishe for a happy Holiday Season. May you Continue to enjoy happiness aud proeperlty throudhottt the year. Cheney Branch Seattle-First National Bank Wife kindest ,ememlorances and sincere good w;shes for "*;strut. and fee New Year. JERUE FUNERAL HOME Mr. end Mrs. Joe Jerue Mrs. Annette Jerue John Van Brunt Erneat Geschke Francis Kuehl Richard Roos .'.  . ..... .-.. Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 38 22 Edgett Brothers 36 24 Western Auto 35 25 Wilson Homes 29 31 Cheny .Iotor s 28 32 ROTC 26 34 Nabisco 26 34 Brown & HtAter 22 38 Russell }tartman 221; Maxine Good- win 57 ; Western Auto 1081 ; ROTC 3072. Cheney Automotive Cheney ])epartmen Store '36 271 Cheney Auto Parts 35i/ 28& Brown & H(lter 34 39 AI's Chevron Station Z2,/2 31 Cheney Motors 31 33 Depen(lable Motor Freight 31 33 Itigtritm & Henderson '28 36 Sunset View Ranch 27'/ 36 Cheney Dept. Sre 3055 1091 : Don Hehn 599; Dick Jeromcheek 243. Koffee Kup Keglers Dee. 21, 1965 Krazy Kates 36 24 4 Questions 36 2 Pied Pipers 31 29 B-Plus 27 33 Cluster Busters 25 35 Pill Rollers 25 35 B-Plus 2109. 737: Grace Dembeck 498, I',L The minute you buy a U. S. Savings Bond, it goes to work for your future. It pays back $4 far every $3 invested at ma- turity--even more when you bald it longer. Cheer 19005 Joy and peace be with you during this Yule season. COLLEGE I N N f  m. m\\; .S NOEL Best wishes to our man)' good friends. Bill's Tavern FRANCIS LEE i I. i " ant for the future, glad when the project is fin- Trien.ah Meyers, deputy as- isheJ, but we don't w.an,t to sistant secretary c,f agricuJture, terminate our progress. We made the presentation at alare oking forward to m,,,:'e membership luncheon o,f the lexpansin as tile need arises." Spokane Chamber o.f Co.m-I ......... merce %we Week Course /Mrs. Hilton Back T'hrouh a sleeial studytFrom Dallas Meet gui, de developed by .Mrs. I Lucille Johnson o.f the SDO- kane se*h.o, als' curriculum de- partmenlt, 4th grade students, use a-ithametfe, readtn,g, art. soetM studies, and music to learn problems farmees face. The two week course sho,ws the children how the farmer depends on the city, arid how the city relies on the farmer. At the end of fhe c]asroom study, the chBdren are taken to farms in the .area to see what they have been told. US- DA agencies in Spokane pro- vide narrators to expl,a what is ,shovn and answer questions at the farms. The students are shown what happens to cnser- ration-treated and untreated la, nd o,n, a speciM demonstra- tion "conservation hilL" Builds Good Will [ Farmers whose places h,'ave been used for the tour say that many families drive to the country on weekends during the Iour period to see what lher cbitdren are talking ,about. a,rd some stp for visits. Civic groups in Spokane have taken an in, terest in the course and trove requested the school to ,present programs explain- ing it. The citation, signed by Sec- retary of Agriculture OrviBe L. Freeman, recognizes that because f the efforts og the sc:lool distrct, a better a,rm- mty relaoship exists in S,po- kane.  ,+, ::::::::::::::::::: F:.!)i:i! .... 'i!i  : I (i : 'ilji! tolidaq 6reetings We wish you a Happy and Holy Christmas -1965 Mrs. Earl Hilton returned last week from Dall'as, Texas. uhere she was a guesl of the University of Minnesota at a conference to assess the pro- gress of education. The meeting was attended by 36 laymen from t'he 10 western states, charged with the job of as,sisting in the iden- tifi, eaion of educational ob- jectivds which might serve as Jack Crabb Modes of transportation change but our wish for you to have a joyous Christmas does not. SHERM'S ENCO STATION 1965 May the true spirit of Christmas enter you," hearts this year. And may yu [e a very HAPPY NEW YEAR BOB TUBBS I Warm Wishes to all - 1965. SHELL OIL DISTRIBUTOR a lasis for nati, onal assessment ' of educaton, al progress. Keynote speaker was Dr. Ralph Tyler, director of the Center for Advanced Study in lhe Behavioral Sciences, Patio Alto, and chairman of the ex- ploratory committee on assess- ing the progress o,f education, as. independent committee SUl:P.orted by the Carnegie foundation. The University of Minneso- ta has held four regic,nal meet- ings throughout file country the past month. Mrs. tliRon worked with a gro,up of peo- )te from similar communities, reviewing the objectives in 10 subject areas. She returned last week after having travelled by ptane and train. She is a fo*rmer school board lnember and National Camp Fire Girls ba,ard mem- :ber. SAY THANK YOU the eas test and m.*s.t economical way with a Card of Thanks in The Free Press. Only $1.50. Practice typing paper, 500 sheets $1.00 i=c. tax. + Mead-t, May true iay and decorate your home thi' Christmas. GOODNER'S BODY FOUR LAKES Office supplies avail'a+ The Free Press. DECLARED RATE 41% ANNUM FOR REGULAR SAVINGS ACCOUNTS : %. At this seash c the Light of Love burn in the hearts of men feel the CHRIST SPIRIT ,sell a,nd see eli mankind brothers. Then we with the angels: "PEACE OH EARTH, 1300OWiLL: OUR CLOCK CHIMES: fl (glvi00tmas ]Srauer LORD, THROUGH THIS HOUR BE THOU OUR GUIDE. SO BY THY POWER NO FOOT SHALL SLIDE Let us rejoice and give praise for all the wonders of this day. 1 The peehive Resta and Honeycomb Room