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); I1 t ' -iv: v:::v:i::      ; ..... ""'iDI RECTORY Medical R R E i Be Good to Cheney and  Cheney Will Be Good to You  -- GAA PLANS DRILL TEAM ' Howard Phillips of Sp(kane, Mr. t00arbage .,.,,P;cu- ,o GAA is making plans to or-and Mrs. Stewart and Sherry of ganize a drill team to perform at Reardan, Mrs. Lewis Dodd, a niece, Lake Press Mr. and Mrs. Fran Llewellyn and family and Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Watson and Rosemary were Christ- mas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Cameron and Bill. CALL MAIN 2621 TOOHEY'S GENERAL HAULING PHONE MAIN 1881 Pasteurized N. 3 MILK and CREAM IESTI Delivered to Your Door Inland Empire Darigold Products y PT mmm _._.: We Make Keys PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTING HANSEN HARDWARE PHONE MAIN 201 basketball games and other school functions. Mary Dee Schwalie and Margaret Arthur were nominated as leader and the election will be held at the next meeting. A fund was started to buy skirts for the drill team from the proceeds of the bake sale held Nov. 22. A letter of invitation was sent to the Spangle girls asking them to attend one of our meetings in the near future. FORMER RESIDENT PASSES Mrs. James Miller of Kennewick passed away at her home on Tues- day, Dec. 23. Survivors are her husband :lames; two sons, Lowell and James Jr; also two daughters, Mrs. Beverly Proctor and Mrs. Bar- from Seattle and D. Ableman of Cheney. H. C. Reynolds of Seedro Woolleyl Mr. and Mrs. Bud Swigart and spent Sunday night with :Mr. and! children spent Christmas eve and Mrs. Virgil Partridge enroute to Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Orofino to visit relatives. Classes are scheduled to resume on Monday, January 5, at Medical Lake schools. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Schubert had as dinner guests Sunday, Mrs. Char- i lotte Schubert, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Vagenos and family, Della Harvey, all of Spokane and Rose Schubert from L o n g Beach, Calif. Mrs. Charlotte and Rose Schubert will be leaving for Long Beach soon after the first of the year. Mr. add Mrs. Irvin Imhoff and Hazel spent Christmas day with Swigart in Spokane Mrs. Edith Wilkes returned Sun- day eve after spending a week at the home of her son Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wilkes in Dishman. John McKown returned from the Deaconess hospital this past week after undergoing surgery earlier in the week. The Medical Lake HS basketball team will take part in the annual tournament at Reardan on Mon- day and Tuesday evenings Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mummert of Cherokee, Iowa, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Me- DALLY HOUR8 Doors Open 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Cheney Free Press, Cheney. Washington THUR. FRI. SAT, JAN. 1-2-3 Marge a n d Gower Champion, Dennis O'Keefe, Monies Lewis, and Dean Miller, Everything I Have Is Yours Technicolor Musical --Plus Co-Hit-- Tom Ewell, Harvey Timbeck, Marl Blanchard Willie and Joe Back at the Front nor home were Mr. and Mrs. C. B.I Stewart and children of Loon Lake, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Frazier and children and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Ingle and family of Kellogg, Idaho Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thiemens and children of Pullman had Christmas dinner here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Thiemens. THEATRE Friday', ]ianuar 2, I SUNDAY MATINEE Continuous Show Doors Open 3:30 Show Starts 3:65 HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM CLIFF AND BESS i SUN. MON., JANUARY 4-5 John Wayne, Maureene O'har Barry Fitzgerald, Ward Bond. in The Quiet Man Technicolor Comedy -,-PLUS .... Color Cartoon & Late News , i P Some officials in Washington ask! where all the money is to come JOHN J. RIPPLE 1101 Old Nat'! Bank Bldg., Spokane NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. 52800 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Spokane. In the mater of the Estate of THEe- DORE A. NOVAK, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that in compli- mce with the order of the court entered in the above entitled cause, the under- signed administrator will on Monday, the 26th day of January, 1953, or thereafter sell the following described real estate situate in Spokane County, State of Wash- ington, to-wit : Lots 4 and 5 of Block 16, in the Town of Yardley, in Spokane County, Wash- ington. Said sale to be made at private sale at 1101 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Washington. All bids for said property from to meet federal appropri tions. As if they didn't know. Hungry? aring Quality t. Dry. Cleaning ALTERATIONS I: TAILORING REPAIRS Dokken & Dokken 2nd & College ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST PHONE MAIN 141 t00op,: EDGETT BROS. le '  rl'le, ; eived Weigers Bakery WEDDING CAKES Full Line of Home Made Breads and Pastries Phone Main 911 Weekdays and Sundayl 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. bars Wisdom. Mrs. Miller taught in Medical Lake high school about five years ago. She was a relative of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Messer. VENTRILOQUIST COMING Starting the new year off right at school will be National Assem- blies' Bob Bradford, amazing young impersonator, ventriloquist and singer. His animated, comical lit- tle friend "Jiggers Johnson" is com- ing too. Mr. Imhoff's sister and family, Mrs. Della Deeds of Plaza. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ketehner spent his vacation with his mother Margaret Ketehner on Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Zook of Eu- reka, Mont. spent Monday a n d Tuesday with the Earl Swanson family. Mr. Zook is Mrs. Swanson's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Green spent Saturday at the Kimmell home vis- iting their many friends. They left Sunday for their home in Salem. Medical Lake Localsl Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mace spent Mrs. John Henning [Christmas eve at Mr. and Mrs. Rev. and Elsie Fietz and son David were dinner guests at the Harry Wilkes home on Friday. Mrs. Margaret Olsen has just re- turned from Pullman after spend- ing Christmas at the Fred Grub and Frank Reichau homes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaw and son Allen were dinner guests of Roy Butts on Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Gruber spent Mon- day at her home here. She is spend- ing the winter with her son Dick Gruber and family at Dishman. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Benton wishes to express their thanks to each and everyone who made their Christmas so pleasant. Mrs. Bud Aahlf was hostess at a birthday dinner in honor of her son Perry's ninth birthday on Sun- day. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Griffith and daugh- ters of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Merriman and children al. so of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Ab Griffith and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ahlf. Mr. and Mrs. John Henning and daughter spent the Christmas hell- k husband went out with the day at Twin Lakes, Idaho, with ts one night, and before he real- the Chester Hattenburg family. it the next day had already Those present were Mr. and Mrs. He hesitated to call his John Handy of Post Falls, Miss but finally hit upon an idea. Georgia Sneighherger of Hayden back!" he shouted into the Lake, Kenneth Hattenburg of Mos- "Don't pay the ransom!" iMerchant's Lunch Kown and family. Christmas dinner guests at the Ernest Ahlf home were Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Merriman and chil- dren of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Merriman of Sprague, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ahlf, Perry and Don- na. Timmy remained with the Ahlfs to spend a few days. Mr. RoIland and Vincent Before of Sprague and Miss Ilene Pedigo were Saturday evening visitors at the McKown home. Espanola Specials Hearty Dinners at 00the "offee Shop cow and Junior and Renabel Hat- tenburg. Mrs. Daisy Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Nell Parks and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Klein and son of Spo- kane were Christmas eve guests at the Alton Pillard home. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Pitlard and Mrs. Daisy Lewis were Sunday callers in Opportunity visiting Mrs. Minnie Harwood. On Friday Mr. and Mrs. John Henning and Anna Mae called on her. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bacon and Jo Ann and Mrs. erie Bacon were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart of Reardan on Christmas Dinner guests on Sunday at the Merle Bacon home were Mrs. Phil- lips of Grandview, Mr. and Mrs. PAUL J. BRAUNE 407 Sherwood Bldg., Spokane NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 52178 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Spokane. In the matter of the estate of JOHN Winter State of Washington, County of Spo- kanoss. Notice is hereby given that EVA LIDA FELDHAUSEN, the Executrix of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to, and filed in the Su- perior Court of Spokane County, State of ;ERVICE Washington. her final account as such Executrix, and a petition for the distribu- tion of said estate, in which the court is asked to settle said estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and discharge the said Execu- trix, and that Monday, the 19th day of January, I953 at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at the court room of our said Superior Tryons in Spokane, and Christmas i , . Mrs O K Retmemr day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.| ' " " . Mr and Mrs Glen Gilbert be Don Mace and family in Coeur d'-[ ' ' " Alenc. [came the parents of a boy, born Rcv. and Mrs. Hutchcroft and I Saturday' Dee. 27, at the Sacred Heart hospital The baby has been daughter Helen spent Friday with[ ; "" ' '' [named Mwhael Roy the Ben Richter family near Re-.  "" salia. ] VV. H. Schmltt received a badly Wm Baldwin returned from at sprained wrist last week while cranking hm tactor visit with their daughter in Call- "- " ' Mrs Cart Weyen received word fornia early Sunday morning. '. ' . ' Mrs Ads E Glasgow and Ruth[ last week that her father, John spent Chri,;tmas day with Mr and] Kshman of Spokane, had suffered s was t heart ttack H ts to be hosp] Mrs. M. L. Glasgow. Mick also l .  '  ": - "- home from college talized for about three weeks. Mrs Ads Glasgow and Ruth en I Elmer Kvikstad received a role- joyed Christmas eve at the home lP hone call at midnight on Saturday of Hugh P. Glasgow. Mr. and Hugh telling him of the death of his fa- Glasgow had their grandchildren ther, P. E. Kvikstad, who passed in to wait for Santa Claus. away Saturday evening at his home Roy. Willman's subject for next in Vearren, Minnesota. Elmer left Sunday morning at the Community I immediately for Minnesota. Mr. church, will be "A New Heart." Kvikstad was county treasurer for There will be communion at this a number of years, and he and service. There will he no servic Mrs. Kvikstad had celebrated their next Sunday evening. 5th wedding anniversary last fall. Irvin Coulter and sons spen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Solverson Christmas with his brother George entertained on Saturday evening Coulter and family and father, C. !with a 6 o'clock dinner. Guests Mr. and Mrs. Herb Giesselberg and children of Portland, Oregon, and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Jannsen and daughter of Okanogan spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beattie. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rodin of Wenatchee were h e r e to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dmander Imust be in writing and addressed to the "" ' [ undersigned administrator and delivered Amanda Albert and Edith Shaef- to him or his attorney at the above ad- hA . . + ^'A * x ] dress. The bids shall specify the terms er ,, a elr ,,,lu,y guests, vr 1 r c sh o h o ,*  of the offer and sha 1 be fo a. t e and Mrs. Chas. guchenbuch of equivalent. , , , ...... [ Dated this 2nd (lay ol January. 195:1. Monoovl ann vtr. ann Mrs. Chas. John J. Ripple Administrator -],, " o_,,o [John J. Ripple. Atty for Administrator 1 I Old Nat'l Bank Bldg., Spokane. Wn. Mr. and Mrs Bryan Shoal enter- (Jan 2-Jan. 9) rained with Christmas dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sheaf of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mus- ser arid family and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kukuk and children. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reitmeier and family spent Christmas day with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Tarbert of Davenport. On their way home they called on Mr. and Mrs. Clark Green of Dav- enport. Holiday guests at the Earl Yon Lehe home were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan DeChenne of Spo- kane, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. "Valter Von Lehe of Reardan, and his brother and family, the Loren Yon Lehes of Edwall. Christmas dinner guests of Ab, Minnie and Dave Peterson were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson of Milan and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peterson. Mrs. E. Rosenau prepared Christ- mas dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Rosenau, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rosenau and sons and Walter and Henry Rosenau. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hodgson W. Coulter at Hunters. were Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Griffith, Fred Gilbreth had a Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Bartelt, and and family and Mr. and Mrs. John eve party f o r his children and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fothergill, all[ Hodgson and children drove to Te- grandchildren. Present were Mr. of Medical ..Lake and Mr. and MrS.|ken to spend Christmas eve with and Mrs. Fritz Gilbreth and fam- H. D. Wetman of Opportunity. IMrs" Hodgson's mother, Mrs. Cath-i ,dty, Mr. and Mrs. Norm Graham Ab, Mmnte and Dave Petersonrin e Hanson and their sister and i and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim were Sunday droner guests of Mr.- family, the Paul Sathers. The Got-! Gilbreth and famliy, and Mrs. Lloyd Knapp of Medicalldon Hodgsons remained to spend Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilbreth Lake on Dec. 28. Christmas day there, and the John md family from Osburn, Idaho, Forty-three neighbors , represent- Hodgson family drove to Latah to spent Christmas day with the Fritz Gilbreth family. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Webb and Fred Gilbreth. Mrs. J. Lampert, mother of Mrs. Karr, is here from Duluth, Minn., for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. George Lampert and family 'of Coulee Dam are spending a few days at the Karr home. Mr. Lampert is Mrs. Karr's brother. Lyle lmon and family and F. H. Grub and family spent Christ- mas eve at the Arlie Bartelt home. ing an even dozen families, char- ivaried our newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosenau, Saturday eve- ning. An evening of visiting was enjoyed by all. Sunday visitors at the Robert Solverson home were Mr. and Mrs. Horace Solverson and son, Glen, and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Griffith, all of Spokane. Two Espanola students were a- mong the 124 named to the honor roll at EWC for the fall quarter. They were Robert Dale Biggs with an average of 2.89 and Olive Schmitt with an average of 2.67. The Christmas holidays were the occasion of many family gather- ings and dinners in this locality. Holiday guests at the Mel Arnold home were his sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Arnold and daughter, Carolyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Arnold of Pullman, and a grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arnold of Seattle. The Albert Willms family had as their Christmas dinner guests, Mrs. Annie Plocker and Charles Plock- er of Rt. 1, Medical Lake. The Pete Nilles family were Christmas eve guests. Holiday visitors at the Cecil Gar- HAMBLEN, GILBERT & BROOKE 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane have Christmas dinner with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hodg- son. Mr. and Mrs. Art Carlson and family of Leavenworth spent the Christmas week-end with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Schiewe. The three greatest trouble makers on our highways today--hie, hike and hug. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Bartelt spent Christmas day at the F. H. Grub home at Four Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. James Ingrain and children of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hebert and daughter and Mrs. Hans Neilson and sons were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Wise Christ- mas day. Billie Neilson of Whidby Island visited his aunt, Mrs. Wise on Christmas day. Bill is in the navy. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Martin and Marilyn and R. H. Clinkenbeard were Christmas guests at the Johv Kimmell home. Christmas eve guests at the John Kimmell home were Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. R. i H. Clinkenheard, Sgt. and Mrs. Bob Court, in the City of Spokane, tn said Spo- ............. kane CountY,and has been duly fixedFinalfOr the L;ullen anu vr. anu Lrs. :. W. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTAT [ hearing settlement of said as- Ahlf count and petition for Distribution, at .......  . ., No. 52182 i l Tire Repairs, Winter which time and- place any person in- Mr. anu Mrs. Vtrgu Greer and In the Superior Court of the State oil Washington, in and for the County oi terestedile his inexceptionsSaid estatein maYwritingappeartheretoand ';ldr"  ^  ........... Spokane. [I Tires, Batteries, Anti- In the matter of the estate of MATH-[[ Ies freeze and excellent Oil andateaCOn .tsttnls thezraSame.aay oz eemter, ...... z. week-end guests at the John Kim- ILDA GRODNICK, Deceased. I I Products to e .. ... -'rov;Ae qae Go. E. Fallauist, County Clerk and mell home. Saturday night callers State of Washington, County of Sm-II Clerk of the Superior Court ..... o t" r A "r.e ., z" .,,.... kane--ss. 1] and  vinter Driving. Paul J. Braune, Atty for Executrix ............................... Notice is hereby given that The Old[[ 407 Sherwood Bldg., Spokane. Wh and Mr and Mrs V M. Partridge. National Bank of Spokane, the Executor of [ I tryon';00 Next time drive into (Dec. 26-Jan. 9) " " ' the above estaze, has rendered and pro* [] .....  sented for settlemelt to, and filed in I I this handy service place. ,  ; the Superior Court of Spokane County. r! State of Washington, its final account I I US i as such Executor, and a petition for the [' D y d G Wood distributiou of said estate, in which the| FLOYD'S 1st & G r an reen court is asked to settle said estate, dis-I: tribute the property to the heirs or persons [ entitled to the same, and discharge the[ said Executor, and that Monday, the 19tb I iea] SURFACED AND ROUGH LUMBER day of January, 1953 at the hour of 11 I o'clock a. m.. at the court room of otv ] me and Other Building Supplies sad Superior Court, "in the City of Spo ] kane, in said Spokane County. has bee [ duly fixed fo the hearing and settlemen [ . Che ey L be Co o, ,,o.,.ooouo,.o00 ,o:, Elmm distribution, at which time .and plaee an I person interested in said estate may aI ] n u m r . pear aad file his exeeptlons in writln8 | thereto and contest the same. i m AIN 2191 OR MAIN 2192 Dated this 17th day of December. 1952./ PHONE Go. E. Fallqult, County Clerk aaMl[ Sawmill and Planing Mill at West Rnd of "CheMy c of the lrlor Court. l BT   ct, De, my. [ Best answer is one of those wholesome meals at Rollie's, where prices are always reasonable. Rollie's CAFE Kathleen and Mel Samons HAPPY EW YEAR .... :i We're chut;ng the works to wish you full success in days ahead. Ha rry B ryceson We'll bring tO Shell Oil Products mind your - friendship throughout the yur. CHENEY City Dry Cleaners NEWSSTAND / / J