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C, Chenev. Washinaton F ,i 8 I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adams and our Kes I :sn Michael were dinner guests at / lllWlllr Mrs Bert Spear I the Lundby home Sunday The din- " ek/her was in honr f Jim&apos;s birthday'l TO Forecast %qsitors at the Will [g:irkpatri / Mrs. Anna Erfurth was a dinner **me during the Christmas week[guest at the home of Mrs. Bert i Farm Prices l I I I with the Bureau of Agricultural l h*m n Man;ha,tan, "Mont "i "No,",was the reply. "Parson-to- 'were Mr. and Mrs. Cteo Thomson] Feter in Spokane Sunday. .:::::: i:heP:;;l:ad 2 2Uiul: Ma;:i2"';d2h;:(''" BB::b?:: Fo asewS:: parson_____:_RyM__M ...... d family of Chene, Mr. and t Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erfurthand IA: iz " . " ' .  , .; .'..'.." 'IF! e r 'lSpokane, and Robert Val ' P't ...... havin!: ('lai ...... .ains said dee ....... If ]C d Rost nced " trick and faro- famil and Mrs Anna Erfurth spentl Seattle A farm-price forecasting Asso .s. Wallace Ktrkpa ........ / _ Y .... " .......... -rs I service tested during the past two i Forecast -dy and Mr. and Mrs.  e: ,:-: ! t:nrstmas w,u t.e ............. I;,ears in a limited area, will become l lishes t! airier and fan 1  ear... Lo of ;pangm. i. . ........ , 7alsh, all of SI  I Mr, ::d :. Te:dRaMd2 o2po;!aNo'lhbl:st ts::innj:nut2:y LaKl:lrlia;P:i s office of the Forecast is irkp trick kane " :- " - ' " Ir and Mrs.  , ....... r---istmas Hobson president of Hobson's Farm 407 Bay Building Seattle. spent Christm as the Keith/R aden an iamuy were t- .[ " , - --" The i dinner guests at the Paul Radon!FKCnCla; I:ci;b:::U:Fdr2?Yc ] ................... 1 SEIIII(E IIIAI :00io, :f*owell family 1-  honle -- ortunit- a 'e required to serve claims, duly w:rified, i * # ,,eening was Spe: ,,om - i " [ fast the nublication is issued in    P .... i with' necessary vouchc';s, upo the und,.r-I : lA he Klrk-[ . . d E::[ il ,",t,a -hl s n '1 at 101u Paulsen Build t, .Iokal,, 5_r% Hattie Alber " a ers   o ............. , ........ patrick's gathere, .,' nst-' 1 __' __ |  newsletter.  . form. to gmae trm" . v i Waiin'ton or m ..... Harry M. Mercy.:, L Ch m their reduction and marketing |  S')okane (Lewis and Clark) Don- h,.. att'mney of l eco  at his  if ice at : a ' " a.,_ .. | ' ,.nm. Retail :P ....----,,., A.I , - - 1,,. ,.,,u, ..... ,u,,d ,.. s,,. ..... w,,h erv,ce :,rar,o'-.-- .*m tree. , ![[llll ----' lit is prepared byKarl Hobson, who l 'k|l|lt t laid Allgaier, Henry Koslowsky, lingtm, and file such,'laim with proqi '  "   MAiN 224" :Miss Fay Anl; Monday { ,1,  n ] - - - "- --:--^ unooiMiut i Ar'lr MqckO I ouis Shaw and D i ')f such service m tim oft'ice of the (.IcrR i let ,  - ineney's has oeen excenslun p* v --- ,I Irl4 ---- .2 L  I - ' ' *  ........ i ....... _..e '  ;" " I ,f the above Court at the City (,f Smknne. __ -- were Christmas dinner I At the end of November, retail the Dr. Richard hienig! i prices of canned fruits and vege- i tables were about three per cent Bredahl of Davenport , , . ........ !nigncr than before their decontrol tie Aent were unuay ...... JL? U g " " I last: dune. ome packaged vege- sis at the Dr Ricnaru r:gue " t tables are up four cents per 10- .g home. Evening callers were] , ounce package. :Mrs. Ted Harmon of Deep Most recent upward movement is t Mr. and Mrs. Sid [,arson enter- in prices of children's shoes which lained for dinner Christmas day were decontrolled Sept. 23. One of ::rs. S. J. Welker and son Gene, the nation's largest shoe manufac- :.:r and Mrs. Lyte Pulling, Mr. and turers raised prices of all shoe lines :rs. Richard Dickson and Rickey, i with the past month. Mir. and Mrs. Gerald Larson and' Near 10-Year Peak .Ilmmy, and Lorraine Pulling, all Some 50 per cent of all items d Spokane, and Pfc. Laurence tar- on the wholesale price index are m(m of Camp Pendleton, Calif. lwithin two per cent of their 10- Mr. and Mrs. Sid Larson were lyear peaks. :uests at a dinner and Christmas Kalez said that a national office zrty at the Antone Thompson summary revealed that 18,000 ap- hame in Spokane Friday plications for individual price ad- Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lrson visited justments were filed with OPS in .:a the Gerald Larson home in Spo- October. Thirty-five per 'eek were ,%uric Sunday evening. I received by the Spokane district Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kafer of if rein firms in eastern Washington Quincy and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wil-l!and nortlmrn Idaho u:x of Moses I.e were house i Kalez asserted, "Every major sta- guests at the Bert Spear home'tistic show tiat prices are high, .er the holiday week-end. Other Hint t)ressures to force them even Christmas dinner guests wc,'e Mr. iig.he" still exist strongly All the " Mrs. Delbert Spear, Janet and underlying factors that make for &J irigated farms in the Northwest. !ing Central) Jack Webb, Opportunity: NOTICE TO CREDITORS ' I !et um Emphasis is on potatoes, livestock, I The cadet teachers and their as-IAdams) Marna %Vham, Spokane; i No. 5::;2  For New Year's , whet Superior ('ourt. State of \\;Vashin:ton. [th of wheat, fee d grains, onions, dry i signments are: (bibby) George %ilson and Myrna i (:)t uv or Spokane.  " beans, dry peas and certain seer  College elementary school -Jean Prior, both of Spokane. , In lhe matt<.r ,)f the ,.tale ,,f (;OR.\\; - .................. = ......... Jr. Sel crops. I Carvey, Deled Idaho: Patrieia Cl'lelan Kennett Davis Chelan M. HEIRGOOI) De(.ta.,t. - ,. Wit[ GDII Vrll xXyoll T.enore How- - , " Notice is iurd v g ve th: t the U,ldOr ] "The Forecast is a specialized / P .............. Mead junior high Glorea Me-z ei h t .... "n ..... inted Exe(.uu,r' BOB'S CHICKEashin " " r'iwest farmers l ell Marysville' Robert H. Johnson, 'Gre or S okane " !,,f the ahoy,, ,.slate in th s e,,t rt and ha.  service Ior o  .' ' ., i (,' ..... .' Nelson Roslx n : g p " . iqualified accordinu'ly, and that all pvrson  elry a: Hobson said "It provides all analy- [ .... S-mkane El 'Me 3/[coital LaKe -dim ploell, zvl.ed- t quired to serve claims, dut5 verffmd, i sis and forecast of markets to help Mary dune uric, [ : ..... ' " 'Mansfi ...... he md q racy ical Lake w t l necessary votlehers up(in the under- i Rlckert, rllpert, l(ta ,  .  " * I Mlm'd at ! (!1 Paulsen ui d ]g, ::lud, ane, i F came the producer know what to plant \\;V.tlters Npok'a*e Okanogan I?.ettv Greenawav, Ok- I Wasifinuton. or upon Rohert W. Danson. i OF SPOKANE Has . , li(, attorney of Ve('Ol'(I 111 his office at and when to sell. It is a logical I Cheney Grade School hnoan : outgrowth of my work during the  Cheney g r a d e school Awanna Otis Orchard! Howard I<iefer, ; 9.1 l'aul,.n tluihlin>. Spokane. W.:d:- iurin'g 1 Lawzhlin past 20 years. As a private service Kalal, \\;alla the eleck el the above COUI'L at the City e ' of rDokano. \\;V:tshlnton \\;:ithin ix months 1; we can be more specific in the Cheney iunior*high -Deene Aim- Metaline Falls Frances Erdlp.an. i after the first publieai,m o! tlis n,,., or they \\;ill he fOFC',(C bare(t. Eltopia. (Your Friendly Newsstan(hmes. Forecast than is possible in a serv- v,.g, Everett, - R.i(ihld Aus. Y,:k t D ....... f th,. f: pu}.lh..:i ...... f thi, ,ce supported by tax fu,lds i ce? eH'::':e,lMoYt.; Bill 1-fake, Newport Charles Coleman, Priest I ,!.ehing } l{ob('Ft V, l) ........ .... Exo< ...... ,,t th,, OPEN 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.m has experience during t h e t" s Y'ddma" M.olly M teen Spok'm ; River, Idaho., I above etate. _ :  aS bee] years indicates that growers in this Royce :Nesbit; Sioka;,e' Frank acardan Ona Brommer, Rear- P, ob, rt W. I) .......... X,ty. i 9( t l'aulsen l-ll(tg.. S )k .< Wash. astern f / region are ready for a service Pierce, Pasco; Ethel Settles, Nez- dan.  (.Tan. 2-Jan. 16) 4cation this kind." ttobson rew up on a farm in Kansas, and was graduated from the University of Idaho in agri- cultural economics, He did gradu- NOTICE 0E SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No, 52003 In Oe Superior Court of the State (ff .Vashington, in and f;r the County of q)okane. In the matter of the estate of \\;\II,- EARl) d, WINGFIELD, l)eceasl. State of Washington, County of Spo- ane as. Notice is a,, "el v given that Spokane and n. The group ; (!t!t" Christw, as t llc\\;v and serious round of both lastern Branch of the SeattlcFirst Na- .t tile Delber; ;i >:r }:ol2le. /CCISIh'I/H" and industrial price spi- Aonal Bank, the admil:istrator of the ab, e - estate, has l'ende ted and presented for and Mrs. DeP:' : k:'e:' spent t'}s aH'e present." settlement to, and filed in tim Superior - Court of Spokane County, State of Wash- ,stmas night at: the V:!.,m Milk ts at Ceiling ington its final aecoum as such (lmin;s- ringer home at OIL.; Orchards. ' 'Fhe Spokane director reported trator, and a pctiiion for the distribution ,f said estate', in which the court is , Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grah:up s)cnt that milk i; at ceiling everywie:e tsked to settle said estate, distribute the " )rol)erty to the hell'y; or persons entitled' e holiday week with their sons land that OPS's ability, to hold it o the same. and discharge the said admin- Ixd families, Dr. and N[rs. Dwight!down is limited by the parity pass- istrator and that Wvdnesday, tie 2th day l , )f January. 195;L at the hour of 10:00 i .raham and Dr. and Mrs. %aynelthrough and the minimum price 'clock a. m., at the court r o o m of our said Superior Court. in tile City of Lraham, in Seattle The Christmas lprovisions of the law. Spokane, in said Spokane County, ires was enjoyed at the Wayne [7,raham home. and Mrs. P'aul Hook and two boys enjoyed Monday vis- at the J. %V. Graham home Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartford and accompanied by Mr. and :s. George Stroup drove to Hay, Dec. 24 to spend the evening Christmas day with Mr. and Bill Pond. Mr. and Mrs. E. McLean and family were also and Mrs. Saen Lundby and Marianna I2an4by attended a OPS is under pressure to increase cigarette ceiling prices. One cent to the price of a package of cigar- ettes means $180 million annually. Children's clothing is hitting ceil- ings across the county Kalez said, "The instructions I received today were to firmly ad- minister the controls remaining in the best public interest" been duly fixed for the hearing and set- :lement of said final account and petition for distribution, at which time and lace any person Interested in said es- tate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and contest the Dated this 30th day of December, 1952. Gee. E. Fallquist, County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Com't, By Emmet Baker, Deputy (Jaa 2-Jan. 16) CHARLES P. LUND 828 Old Natq Bank Bldg., Spokane NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 51 467 In tie Superior Court of the State of NEWS ITEMS HELD OVER Washington, in and for the County of ' Spkahee matter of th .... late of LUDVIG The Free Press regrets that some IOHN TOLLEFSEN, Deceased. country correspondence intended State of Washington, County of Spo- kane--ss. for this week's issue came too late Nntice is hereby given that HILDA Christmas eve at the for publication. It will be published A. TOLLEFSEN. the Executrix of the above estate, has rendered and presented next week. for settlement to, and filed in the Super- .............................. i ir court of Spokane County, State of Washington, her final account as such Cathy Co-ed says: "It's easy to Executrix, and a petition for tbe dis- love people for years and years tribution of said estate, in which the court i is asked to settle said estate, distribute The hard part is to love the same the property to the heirs or persons en- titled to the same, and discharge he of Spokane i people." said Executrix, and that Wednesday, the [e No: ..  le of A Delicious, Easy Dessert a'. sti  ' ' Graded for Guaranteed Quality  ne en ,o,g;%':::;o,. , ), 00ooo ice Cream ........ qt.  utt,  -'%''_LJ/' t',/",i,,' Ij, '\\; 11 ":i ,Breakfast,,--,,Gems- -- 69 0 "'" "'"""'" star { i1 c, i' J \\; I  Lge. n eggs aoz. f  ce Cream ........ qt. rged, %% /   Co, ge dt Open FrL & SaL   iphlWalterE Sr,RT THE ?tE.W YAR RlattT ! 4_/]. Delightful, Na,ural, Refreh,ng Flavor ; W.'l JUICE '"'" ks t  Real Old Fashioned Flavor, With Beans rs wee _.the Cl iI s betw, . Extra Fine Food Values! rlavodul, Nourishing, Sleepy Hollow Table SFup .................. 48 0z, 93 Delicious, Sliced, Mrs. Wrlght's Serve With Soup or Salads, Sunshine Krispy RACKERS. a ,b. 37 o, Ur Soft, Safe, Extra Absorbent, Box of 200 he teh While Bread 1 Ib. 24 KLEENEX b 8/$t ................ . .... ox me0 robl Brown or Powdered j iphone 2th day of J ..... "y, ,05:00 at *he 0 H Sugar lib 4/48c j hou r of 10:00 o'clock a. m.. at the .................. court room of our said Superior Court, in Chatham Pre-Cut Mild, FlavorFul imber. I l /  / B the City of Spokane, in said Spokane  f'L _lJ IL Aq[ember Flour.That's Always Dependable ' 1 I I: I ! L 1 1 I County, hasbeen duly fixed for the hearing - S -- HORMEL  00,neaaar Cheese coil,  I Ill 1 1 1 J and settlement of said final account and Kdohen Orafl I0 Ibs. I, l__ /a_&.._._  []  aet,OafOrand, sbuoto,mates,ehn tm: .............. CllU Busy Baker Crisp, Flaky, , loeati r''/(# "z -- -- -- .tat;" may appear and file his exception ,S, the . . .., . ,, ,,,.  . . rresn ,racKers ..z Jbs. 3T what ,llll -- Gee. E. Fallquist, County Clerk am !better , , . . Clerk of the Superior Court. li0Val alln t lUS,/0C Specml Saving! , The rate for advertimn under I Lights, water, heat furnished By Philip A. LaBarge, Deputy. @ .................. Fresh Flavored, Crisp, Nalley s .. . " (Jan. 2-Jan. 16) r [ this head is 2 Per word per Is Red 1221. . d19tf ........ Natural Flavor, Fresh Frozen Bel-alr  --Z. tin n . . l. - _ ,nt -- "" ........ r iuue '-- WM. M. GERRAUGHTY . ..... "  I'OTaTO ,nlps ........ / oz. 3o aue Minimum charge pc -.'' ........ : ...... ' ...... for [Three-room apartment. Inquire 810 Old Nat'i Bank BIds.. Spekane Orange Juloe .............. 6 oz, 2/3300 -',- -tic- of *hree Additional ] H2msens Hardware. 3 NOTICE TO CREDITOI .,..,. o, ,o. ,,oo..,., -'" L|0k It ER! gll00 , Lockers are available. We do meat Supermr Cou., Stats o Wash,nton, A Favorih for Cooking, E.rlched -:l l[!l _.Jr.----7---7-- . a, .....d_ Advance payme.t tquired for ! cutting and wrapping. Edgett ComthfSatPtkrane  the estate of REVA 0herub Milk .......... lall 0ans3/000 hose without regular accounts. Bros Cheney f24tf G. CHAUSSE. Deceased. I ' " Notice is hereby given that the under- _________ :------- signed has n appoi.t, Exeunt_of _r. ,.,,_,_,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, l' """""""ord "---- I  vve..... the above estate in this court and has FO" 'ALE Qualified accor(ingly, and that al' perns -'ssl bl r  ;;' ;i;';;r, .Te'd' I ,,,(,! S|.|.,1 ........... IbJ !:it' cl r-- ..... ---- Home for cute puppies, 5 weeks having claims against said deceased are | $ivy laying hens, $_2.00 each.] old. Excellent children's pets. Call wit'recetoare'ucles,msm2UlhVTnZa.' r roastm rtn con Suitable fo " " g' " g " Black 2731 Cheney, after 6:00 eve- signed at 810 Old National Bank Build- , es  Peterson Esna-I -- ' 4') ing, Spokane, Washington, or upon win. .......... - ,  nlnNs. J'" M Gerraughty the attorney of record at e, Wash. J2p I .............. his office at 10 Old National Bank BIdg .... : Livestock of all kinds. Ctll Dean Spokane, Washington, and file su. m Arm or Blade Cuts, Wasfe'Free :iiing now have two kinds of new Smith Red 2291 Chenev m20tf claim with proof of such service in me []-r POT S to .... , , s. offic of the clerk of the above court at 7 [lllside Setf-propeileo uomelnes.  the City of Spokane, Wsshington, within ATOES. 10 Ibs. 49 Beef Pot Roast... lb. to c 5d 15 ft. Headers, hydraulically SPECIAL SERVICE six months after the first publication of i header and ground sneed  this notice, or they will be forever barred, i WrT?SShI?Cllb St i i'olled .................... we nave severa, uuu ,ur a- Date. . of. the first publication of this I/ --. .., m------- --m.----, Cut Up, Meao/Pieces [" in and let ,as tell you about ........... notace *s ,nd day of January, 1958. .. ......... 1. vauame, we ao nrst-cmss meat Jesse R. Ch ..... Executor of the uymel::{;nver? g l, g   ew. ibe , AlSO l-lair-tracKs Ior sma I ..... f r ou -'e above estate euttlng ana wrapping o y . w Complete line of Loaders , . Win. M. Gerwaughty, Atty. _ , can supply Carsten s US inspected 810 Old Nat'l Bank Bldg.. Spokane, Wn. W uozers r n (lan 2 Jan 16) 39 mo! " " meats. See us for you cedE. __ ............. :; ' " Grange Supply Co., Cheney. y25tf -- WM. M. GERRAUGHTY ................ 5 Ibs" C Lean Lamb Steaks lb. 810 Old Nat'l Bank Bldg., Spokane Handy 5 LB. MESH BAG AUCTION 8ALE8 NOTICE TO CREDITORS re hour or eve- Fou|t.: j2-9 wheel trailer, good condition, A!lea. N, Sixth and 382. dl2tf for gripr Tractionize tires at the Savage Shell Cheney. d12-j2 A CrlAPION! Feed Em- us on Cattle Beet Pulp. EMPIRE MILLING (20. Wash n21-d26 FOR RENT 8,.or 4 room apartment, sell, Mgr. No. 53321 Superior Court, State of Washington, Auctioneer County of Spokaue. In the matter of the estate of JOHN CLIFF WILLIAMS . BOJER, D.ea". CALL WA819 POKANE Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Exetrtx of the above estate in this oourt and has AUCTION every Friday at Cheney qualified accordingly, and that all per- Auction Co. Consignment lling having claims against said deeea-l required to serve claims, duly veri- of livestock, machlnew, etc. Cliff fled, with necessary vouchers, upon the Williams, Auc., Deen Smith, Mgr. undersigned at 810 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Washington. or upon W,m. M. Gerraughty, the attorney of AUCTIONEER cord at his office at 810 O14 Nation* Bank Building. Spokane, Washing- COL. LYNVILLE BARTON n and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the Rosalia, Wash. Phone {]302 above court, at t h e City of Spokane, Washingten, within six months after the "%% Consign your livestock to Daven- first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. port Auction Co. The largest Date of the first publication of ,hip livestock auction company in east- notice is 2nd day of January, 1953. Ruth . Bottjer, Executrix of the ern Washington. Sales 'ej Thurs- Wm robre, M eetate. day, Bill Hutsell, Auc.,  Hut .... Gerraughty, Atty'. alf 810 Old Nat'l Bank Bldg., Slxk.ane, Wn. (Jan. 24'ma. 16)  av Fancy, Creamy.Whffe Young Heads Lean, Juicy Beef Round ertain Round Steaks 1;o. CAULIFLOWER lb. 15 ._. ,00ers ..Is, Ilia Well Trimmed Heads, Firm, Tender Armour Star Flavor-Cured  BUTT HALF ...... Iatives" FIRESH CABBAGE. lb. 7 Large Navel E.00in00 You Fryt ORANGi 0ris000 Best for lu,ce and flavorl 3 Jbs. ,b. Ilc 79 Hams .o,.._ or Ib Shank Half __a auk -- h DieM Prices Good Thru saturday, January 3 Subjec to any necessary merket angesl ive i is tt Burr( him visi les. ILD %e C ,114 k 18,