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Page 10 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 25, 1964 NEW APARTIVtENT BUILDING on the high- way just east of Gibson's Thrift Store will con- tain six two bedroom and six one bedroom units and will have utility and storage rooms on both floors. It is being built by Gus Opfer of Spokane. 1 , ,, r]e.,_. M ..... A iproiect and the money will be ......... lair in the school year By mrs. James wlaner Iaby Mayfield president of i.neral services for Abbie !the Medical Loire FFA chap- idner Wyer were held Wed- tea', was busy Monday shovel- nesd,ay in SpOkane. She was 1,aid to rest beside her late hash.and, Will Wyer, in the Pines cemetery. Mrs. Wyer was well known in the Hayford area some years a;o, h, aving ften visited many friends and a nephew, the late Jhn Widner. Mrs. Wyer was born in Ra- vaned, Mo., ,and came west with hr parents, Mr. and Mrs. lar- tin Widner who h, ometeaded in the 1880's near gosalia, where Mrs. Wyer grew up. Mr. ,and Mrs. Wyer 1.ived k% Pine City arid Rosalia before mov- ing to Spo,karm. He was a Spo- kane county auditor for a few years .arid for many years was a court clerk. Mrs. Wyer leaves a niece, Mrs. Luel'la Wid,ner Moreland of Sp, akane; a great niece, Max- tim Widner Otson of tIayford; Bertla Tavner, Spokane; Dor- othy Siegel ,and Russil Moulton, Pine C}ty; nephews Roy and Fmyd Widrer, Seattle, Ira Led- be, ttor, Cheney; Ernest and John Bowerman, Spokane; Dick and Pete Squires, Pine City; Walter, Mart, John and Albert Hrtacher, Rosalie, and the Perkins boys of Newport. Mrs. Wyer ws active in Red Cress work during the first and second Wo,rld Wrs. GRANGE HAS PARTY Wi_nds grargers held their Chvistns pvty Wednesday eveaing m their hall. There were 48 .  Rupp as Santa Cus  out treats. Among those on the program, un4er the direeti0n of Lctur- er, Mrs. Bert Parshl, were and Sherri Patt'ersam Rnie phye4 selections on the piano ,and Slerri and April Adair sang Ohrismas songs. The S1,Blliam isters dmced and played the liano. The grange members sent treats to the frames of those who couldn't attend ,among whom wore Mrs, Hattie Little- field and Mrs. Flora Smith. Pomn.a Grange Lecturer Mabel Jahston ,has anounced tkat the Poarmna feowhip tours will start in Februaa'y, with five tours early i,n the ).'ear and five in the fall. Nine Mile Grange ad Bln- chard Valley Gange have turned in their charters to the State Graitge so tha is the reason for the 10 turs with three granges taking part in each tour. PERSONAL MENTIONS Jim Olson, president of the seventh ,grade cass in the MedicM Lake schoI, reported they 'mde a 'lxfit af more .than $20 by making ad sellir.g Christmas deoorafiors am Sat- urchy, Dec. 12. This wra a class mg saw for Mrs. Olsan and Mrs. Widner. Mrs. Nellie Hagel and Mr. and Mrs. Dellie Adair have gtme to Oakland, Calif. to visit H, oy and Dixie Hagel. Mrs. Ha- g,l will visit her son and daughter over the hotiSays, but the ASairs will go on to Texas to visit Mr. Adair's relatives. Mrs. James Sweet, nee Mel- ody Adair, is spending the hol- idays in Glasgow, Mont., visit- ing her husband who is in the service. Lawrence Charneski is home for the holidays from WSU. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johno entertained at dinner Wed- nesday evening for Leoa Wid- her. The big snow last week was the reason for cancellation of many Christmas parties and dinners, therefore not much news this week, bat a Merry Christmas to all who read my clumn. ALLEY ANTICS Bowlerette Hillerst Fillies 26 24 5 B's 36 24 M N M 33 27 Bill's Jills 33 27 Kelly's Tavern 30. 29/.j Lil's CMrls 28 32 Bair's IGA 26/ 33 % Wilson's Insurance 17 43 Hillerst Fillies 2778; Bair's IGA 999; Margo Arndt 514; Jur Coekburn 2(),i. 50eloek Mixed Four F's 36 24 Pin Pals 33 27 G .L Joes 32 27/2 Fugitives 32 28 Amberites 29fi 3OV, Calvert's Reserve 28 32 HaS Beens 25 35 Splits and Mies 24 36 Four F's 2399, 833 ; Bill Stiffler 521; Wayne Fifield 521 ; Bill Stiffler 201 ; Maxine Fifield 470; Ida McKinley 172; Fred McKinley picked up 6, 7, 10. Ray Calvert picked up 4, 7, 19. Cheney Businessmen ROTC 38 22 Fire Department 35 25 ]dgett Bros. - 33 27 Wilson Homes 32 28 Nabisco 31 29 Outlaws 29 31 Free Press 26 34 Brown & Holter 16 44 L, Nelson 207, 544; ROTC 1010; 'Wil- son Homes 2938. Fireball Jones' Ren't 39 25 Poor Boys 37  26  Bill Hatch 35x 28/. Lutheran Church 28 36 System Amusement 26 38 IOOF L(,dge 26 38 Pool' Boys 3063; System Amu.-ment 1087; George Schafer 243, 603. Chen.ey Automotive AI's Chevron Station 39 25 Rateliffe Ford 37 301/._, Sunset View Ranch 36 32 Higgins & ]=l[endersor 34 34 Eddy'e Shoe Shop 34 ;;4 Cheney Auto Parts 30 38 ]tillerst Stables 29 341/_, Brown & Holter 28 40 Sunset View Ranch 2995 ; Cheney Auto Parts 1036; James Dyek 583, 224. Be favorable to bold begin- nings.--Virgil. The bird chooses its tree, not tke tree the bird. Aiie,s Required T egiter In January John P. Boyd, district direct- or of the Immigration and Nat- ,:ralization Service, stated that January is the month .all aliens, with few exceptions, are re- qlfired by Iaw t rrt their ...:dr,s.,.s to the att'3wey gen- eral. Pers,ons in diplomatic status, We give thanks for our blessings and send you our best wishes COLLEGE INN , NEWS BRIEFS - fly, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dokken I They will spend Cristraas eve Mr. and Mrs. Ed Huber and lwith her grandda, ughter Susan Virgil Huber an,d wife wil!land children a,d have a an- spend Christmas eve at the]ily dinner at the Dokken home Spokane home of Mr. and Mrs.[there. Billy Hopkins. She is the for-) Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Bell mer Miss Wanda Huber. The' and Ruth have as a holiday Ed Hubers are expecting a visit from Mr. ,and Mrs. Ervin Gross of Bismark, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Foss were looking Porward to the arrival by Christmas eve of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney F'os's of Bellevue. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. It.ocl entertained at Christmas din- ner for their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Itarodd Hodge land two children from Spo- kane. Mrs. Leonard D'0kken is !spending Christmas weekend :at Mica with h:r s,9,n and fam- foreign representati-es cf ce,:- t:iin internatioa:fl or?janizat;:u, and those admitc:d tempsriar- ,, as agriculttrl l.abm ere are excused fro,m l.his require- l;ellt. Forms with which to make /:his r:port can be cbt.aine'! fr'3m anv ps;t ,cc: gration an0 Nat.r'alization Service office. They Kmuld be completed 3nd retirned to one of thez ollfice during Janu- a ry. Mr. Byd added that any al- ien who wilful]y violates th address rport Drogra'n may be subject to serious tenalties 1964 To All Our Friends Chuck' Super Shell Terry Carlin We welcome this chance to wish each of you a merry Yule. JACK'S GARAGE Jack and Sill Hey kids, start looking for that first buttercup! We will again award $2.50 cash prizes to the boy or girl 12 or under who brings in the first buttercup of 1965. Bring buttercups to the Cheney Newsstand. . WE WISH YOU A MERRY (HRISTMAS Chet's Flowers w CHENEY PHONE 235-4916 guest Mrs. Bell's: mother, Mrs. Beulah K. Bell of Boise, Idaho. Visiting Freeman S. F'rost at the Free Press office Mo.ndfly were Mr. and Mrs. Franklin O. Billings, Newport fl%nds, who were en route t Elackfoot, Idaho to spen:l th: h.lidays with their daughLer ,anti fam- ily. Mr. Billings at oe time was industrial ala!ys't for the Pend Ortile Coxnty PubLc Utility District. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dales en- tertained as Christma day din- ]:.r .ust; Dr. Etnia C,r. /Mr. add Mrs. Vea F. Small. 3.Jr. [ad Mrs. Clyde Stw:ar:t, Mrs. !William Mohs, Mr an::t Mrs. A. I W Philips and Mi% C::cil DrT- den. 1964 AL'S CHEVRON STATION l 19 6 4 Our sincere greetings to all our friends during this happy holiday season. PASTI M E TAVERN KELLY'S TAVERN SUPPORT USO THROUGH UNITED COMMUNITY CAMPAIGNS 1964 EDDIE'S SHOE REPAIR j ! t 1 's Thrift Market " " Gib,,;:a:r,s IGA Store s..w.y t965,00ar0000 will close at 7 p. m. Christma, Eve. Closed Christmas Day. Greetings from everyone at our ho?se--,. to everyone at your house this Christmas. From All of Us at The Open Saturday, Dec. 26 from 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. i