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Cheney Free Press Page 3 Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill MEET AT SOOY HOME .Mr. and Mrs. Kent Sooy en- the "cousins party" evening with a buffet This is an armual,1 af-: 4 Maple Leaf Grocery Across from Geiger Field Tephone TE 8-1223 Neighborhood Grocery NEW STORE HOURS Monday thru Saturday 7a. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Happy New Year oltf ARE YOU READY FOR SANTA? Dec. Permanent Special $1S.00 $10.00 Coldwave C,mplete Beauty Shop Hivcay 10, Across from at Maple Leaf Mote Eves. by Appointment Cloed Sunday & Monday MA 4-65'87 d3-31 Airway Heights Grocery 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A. M. TO 9 P. M. Fresh Produce Meats, Gro- wies, Toiletries, General D. A. Jaquith Get your Free Press here jy23Ltf - Clark Cordill, Spokane, Mr.' and Mrs. Rorald Kile and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Seigel, Pine City, Mr. and Mrs. George Bur- ion, Missoul and Mr. and Mrs. (_a[e Seigel, Wilbur. I: ,air for cousins off the Sooy. Cimrles Fe,attmrstone and Mr. family. Guests included Mr. [ad Mrs. Howalxl Marsh and  Paradise Prairie and Mrs. Fred Sooy an!d Mr. [tloveard, Jr. , I and Mrs. N. A. Cordill of Am-[ Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Deeer[ bet, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Seigel [were Clistmas guests o{ Mr. [ Harshaii News e and lr. and Mrs. Homer Holli-Jaad Mrs. Francis Spltchal and[ By Lana Evans day o,f Deer Park, Mr. and Mrs. ) family of Spangle al,ong wittl ogLer guests. [ 'Phe Four Corners gamge Christmas din,net guests o[will meet Jan. 12 at the hall Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hartley [when the new officers will ,and children were Mr. and ltake their chairs. Christmas eve dinner guests of Mrs. Josie Marsh ineMded Mr. rand Mrs. H,ord Marsh and Howard, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marsh, John and Nick, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cummings, Michael and Patty An,n, Mrs. harles Feathersne and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert. Christmas weekend guests of the James J. Miller ffamily were Mr. and Mrs. Pmbert Lee and family of Portland. Ohristmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordill, Kay, Ann aId Nels we,re Mrs. L. C. CordN, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cordill, Col'leen and Len o Spokane and John Goodwin. John Jordan was a Saturday overnight guest ,of Bob Harris while Les Harris was a guest of Clark Jo, rdan. Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Miller and daughters were Mr. and i Mrs. Charles E. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller. Mr. and Mrs. loncatd McKin- ley, Mike and Brenda were Christmas eve guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pierce of St. John. Christmas day they joined Mr. and Mrs. Ben Merrill. Kenny, Keith and Karrie and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Tucker and D,avid for dirmer at the .b, ome .of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. M,cKiNey. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marsh and family entertained Christ- mas day for Mrs. Elsie Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Felber. Mrs. Mrs. Hardy Hilt and Bud Holt of Kendrick, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Buob had th, air ehctre,n and families Paradise grange will meet Friday, Jan. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Don Morris,n rand family visited Mr. aad Mrs. F. Prok, op last weekend. Mrs. Gerald Johnson (Lois B[eeker) gave birth to an 8 lb., 5 oz. sn Dec. 22. Mrs. Lanphear is home from the hospital and making a fine recovery. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Evans and Lana, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Conne,By and Miss Fxsther K. Wendel were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wendel on Christ- nlas. Happy New Year! Friday, December 31, 1965 an boy from St. Josepih's and an air force man Who was away from home for Christmas day. Mrs. Betty Anderson, Ran and Don of Seattle wea'e the C,hristmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Andemon and their family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ostheller and Monica of Seattle spent their Christmas holiday with the Del Hoffman fay. Sun- are the prents of a 6 b., 8 oz. son, Timothy Ray, who joins his sisters, Penny, Terry and Wendy. Mrs. Terry Reily back surgery last Wednesday and is still in the lmspital ad doi'ng fine. Mrs. Gertie Hunt, Miss Ja,ne Williams and M. C. Stark 'hve ben visiting igh Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strock the past week. Mrs. Hunt and Miss Williams . ." |,,.. 0t as guests on Christmas day. entertained 20 at their home They included Mr. and .Mrs. Ion Christmas day. Sunday Jack Brown and chitlren of lNick MorrLon entertained 15 Tyler, Mr. arid Mrs. Jerry iof 'his frierds. Mr. Morrls Buob arid children f Colfaxan, d Butch are vacatiomng in and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buo,b a:nd Dale. Sunday callers at the Gor- don Miller home were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Miller and daugh- ters of St. John, Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Fitzner and family ad Arne Besby. Christmas day guests of Mr. arid Mrs. John H. Harris and fere,d numerous injuries as he i sons were Mr. and Mrs John[was thrown out of tho onr M. Harris and Mr. and Mrs. i Members of tlle'"lVlars'al Alvins. ftaskins, Gene and lcommumty church will hold a t:muqta.. ...... lwateh night Dec. 31 at the njo.ymg a Iamuy g.a;nermglchurc h from 9:30 p. m. until on eve at the n, ome/midnight of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goodwinl Last Monday night the lad- Dave and Annie were Mr. and ies and ymth of the church Mrs. John H. Harris and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jim G.oodwin and sons and John Goodwin. Mrs. Martha Mi!l and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Okerstrom were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mill and Ron. Christmas day guests of the Eichard Jordan family Ca'lifornia. Vickie is 'home from Seattle. Jim and Kenny Wasemmller are home for the h, olidays. They plan to go skiing on Mr. Spokane. Mr. Vacknity was injured in a three ear accident on Divis- ion street l'ast Monday. He suf- went Christmas caroling. The youth went o vari,ous homes in the area and the ladies took songs and gifts to Bridlewod sanitarium and Cheney nurs- ing home. Steve Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson, is in Sacred Heart hospital this week after a bad case of the Mr. and Mrs. Kilmer KAdwell, flu. The Joe Johnsons were Jim and Beth of Spolvane, Mr I ue r  ....  ,o ,- ...... nd S.Denarv: ,J,ra:an, Mr:]Poitra s on Christmas diay. Mr I;;' -" -- -boreora[ an*] I and Mrs. Bob Miller of Fair- r:_ ang. virs; mewm , o,nes. field visited the Jo*hnsons Sun- belln IMawe.l:l has been a house da" ''-- --;:* "- __ a,._ gutStwek.,O m,en Jo,raan me lLawrenc e John, son in larming- v  ; .... ton last week C2rV ' a:G?rSwer:m,_r.Y, [ Mr. and Mrs Eugene Adams ry t_,n lmas day guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stolp af Spo- kane. ,Weekend guests o,f Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambert, Jill and Chuck .were Mrs. Roe Hallett and Mrs. Hana,h Mavtin son of Colfax. ,Miss Jacki Lambert ad Mrs. Becky Ward and Mark j,oned he group f the Christmas .Crstms eve ,supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gmoce RieCz arid Dn:ise were Mr. arm Mrs. Gary Rietz of Spokane and Mrs. Mary Rietz. The Art Kauft family of/ Spokane joined them Ohristmas day. Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Betz, Peggy Sue, Jim and Frankln and Mrs. Kathryn Shin, dler were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weigand and Janet of Mercer Island for the Christmas weekend. Christmas eve dinner guests o,f Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Best, Glenna, Connie and Frank were Mr. and Mrs. John EdmJs- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best and Mr. and Mrs. Luke J. Best, David arid Vickie (f St. John. Enjoying Christmas eve din- er and gift exchange at the Fred Sooy h0,me were Mrs. W. W. Sooy and Mr. and Mrs. Kent Sooy, Carol and Gary. The Fred Sooy family were Christ- mas day guests of Mr. and day they were joined by other relaives for a christening din- pgle Ne her for Monica who had / beet christened Sunday morning. By Jeanne Green M,r. ,and Mrs. Dn Johnson !and famAly spent the Christ- Mrs. Cecilia Burns and Mrs. Qadys Smith spent Chrilstxnas eve at the ,home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sievers and amily. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Helme enjoyed the' Christmas eve with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rigs,by and tathryn in Spokane. Christmas d, ay the Helmers and Mr. and Mrs. Rvmie Green, Bonnie, Donnie, and Lonnie joined Mr. and Mrs. Dick Atkinson, F,ank, Rick and John, Mr. and Mrs. Jack li'gsby and Kathryn and Les and Ed Green at the hm,e of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Green. 'mas lmli,days in OlymNa with his relatives. Suady, visiors at fle lame ot ouise Pittman were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Piffman, Terry, Scotty and Jeff .of Cotfax, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Torgesan, Blake and Tracy of Hay, Mrs. Wilma Kn, uth and Shirley of Ritzville, Dale Knuth from Pullman and Yvrmc KnurL from Spying- field, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Green of Spokane and Ed Green of Seattle visited with Roy M:il on Christmas eve. Mr. and Mrs. Norton Jenn- return,ed .home but Mr. Stark will scay for the winter. Mrs. Wil,liam Houston (Wan- ita Pittman) and family have j,ai.nd Mr. Houston m Get. many where he is staoned. You can find it tn the classifieds. Mrs. E. A. Melvitle of Cheney for a family gathering. Ipph, In these festive days we wish to thank all Ney Year to all o you. M. C. you good folks for your friendship and pat- [ renege this past year. ] Tyler News e Chet's Flowers ,, Wand. Stengle [ Mr. ,and Mrs. Iarold Jack- [ son. and son. had Christmas CHENEY l wzth her sister Mrs. Everett I Ritter rd family of Spokane, [atterding the Ice Capades in ]the evening as a special sur- I prise for the boys. Mrs. Ira Jaclson visited her sea Gene Jackson and family in Spokane on Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. @lareaee Karteh,ner had as guests last Thursday for dinner her dauhter Mrs. Goldie Lindsey and son Tommy, also Mrs. Tom Lindsey of Moratoria. The Shea family gathered OLn Christmas eve for a family, d.irmer rd opened presents far the chikiren. Don and Shaven Shea and the children joined ,her parents Rev. and Mrs. Sparrow of Spokane ik)r Christmas day. Mr. an Mrs. Joe ScheH e. joyed the day with the corn- pony ,of 1heir "'ChiMren and Mr. and Mrs. MI Schell of o/ Post Falls. Mr. and Ms. Artey Ablemm spent Christmas eve visiiug at the home of t%eir chiM, ,havin supper at the Dee Ae- man :home in Medical Lale and watched the granchild d,ren ,ope gifts at the home o Mr. 'and Mrs. Lee Ablemn o Cheney. They enjoyed a duck di, rmev ChrJstms day at the lmme of Mrs. Emily Cob]e Oheney. Guests also were Mrs. Myrtle A. Ablema,n and Mr. azd Mrs. Marln Holmes and f,amily of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris and dauglter Donna enjoyed the .holidays by .having the i other children .hume. Dick and &a, nice nd children went back i to EIlenburg n Mnday after ings were Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gem'ge Dod- son and family of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Baird We light the lamp of hope for all men everywhere. YOUR CITY LIGHT DEPARTMENT being ,le for Christmas din- her. Dave was ,home on school Christmas eve guests at the Art Byers home were Dr. and Mrs. lay Turner, Nan, Stew and Todd of Lewiston, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Cleon f Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Campbell, i Mrs. Nettle Mill, and Mr. ,and Mrs. Peter Scott Anders and Eileen. Christmas d, ay Mr.and Mrs. John Cam,pbel joined Mr. and Mrs. Htgh Campbell .of Port- land at the hcme of Mr. an!d Mrs. Howard Denman in Spo- kane. The Art Byers, lay Tur- ners, Oliver Olsons, Nettle Mill and Mr. ,and Mrs. Bus Lam- berton were guests at the Scott lome. ,geSsort00 vacation; he starts his student teacbAng at Betz elementary i,n Cheney this next semester. Mr. and Mrs. Miller of Medical Lake were enter- tat,ned at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roseau and faro Mrs. Bill Rosenau and family on Christmas afternoon with dinner and opening of gifts. Mrs. Ruth Silvers of Medical Lake was a guest also. Mr. and Mrs. George Poitras were hosts for Sunday dinner at the Holiday Inn in Stmkane. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stevig, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Litchield and Mr.'and Mrs. Art Sten,gle wece guests. Mr. and Mrs. Darl Tuttle spent Christmas eve with the Gordon Crabtree family. On Christmas day the Crabtrees were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Firclman and family. The Tuttles spe,nt the day with their children and families. The Ron Greens entertai,aed Mrs. Gertie Hunt of Newberg, Ore., Miss Jane Williams of Olympia, M. C. Stark of Union, I Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed[ Strock ,n Christmas eve. All I with the exception of the] Green, s, enjoyed Olu'istmas day t !with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster I and amily in Sloka*ne. Th, e l Festers also had a little o,rph-t Greetings May there be mid ......... good will among men. SHELL OIL. DISTRI BUT00 Harry Bryceson When you're saving for your son... bank on WASHINGTON MUTUAL SAFETY These days a boy's best college friend is often a Washington Mutual savings account busily earning 4% interest on the dollars Dad puts into it. 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