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Hews Virginia M. Strock 3N HELD ,imrose Rebelah lodge joint in&apos;stallation rites Tr'lium Lodge, Waverly, hall Wednes- Officers being were: noble grand, Floy vice grand, Orrie secretary, Mildred financia secretary, Nielsen; treasurer, Baird; cnductor, Oecelia warden, Minnie Kunth; Louise PiGman; Elva Jones; musi- Louise Sievers; irside inn, Bertla Grunewald; guaran, Virginia RSNG, @arnet John- Emma Schaffer, , Nettle Mitt, LSVG, Zen- Drfforth; past noble Joan.he Green. installing team mem- pres:ident, Esther Louise Pittman; Keevy; record- Louise S'mtih; secretary, Elizabeth , treasurer, Bertha i; marshall, June Ta.ylov; mu, sician, Louise Sic- noble grartd o- was presented PNG pin. ----..--..___. IEETING SET Chapter 141, DES, the Masonic Tem- Thurs&ay eve- the Honor Night uby Hart, who is dep- Ms. Roze]la m,atron, and wo.rthy patron, w'll the reguhr meet- reception w,hieh  recepio,n is open ;LE BRIEFS Mrs. Gene Brash, parents of a last week at Sacred in Spokane. He eight Pound:s, seven was named Clint in arid Mrs. Guy Sadie Bardwell and Mrs. George D,an. H, all received bih of another to Mr. lalls, weighed seven 'ouvces and joins .and Kelly. !ETS BOOKS and GrZ)w 4-H club their eom, plet- of last yea their leders, showed mo- "Mysteries f on fertffiz.er, "It's thegirls, second ' ,e he,me f on Wednes- ,tle of m,aking cocoa. comparative bOXed cookie and ilems and The also project books. will be at The Ba, king I Feb. 5 wih .as 'hostess. Moller will .orflJh onth onh :onth on,th .onSh hou rs W eft. rdina ianta d were served Susan Cobb Yers. tENTIONS Nielso/n had Claude Schie- anld Harry her celebrate Thursday even- evening tbe same l the Reily home celebrate his Y evening hey the Schieche Schieche's Johnson, fo,rme; resident and broth. ,d,,.lahn:sn, died in S o 7{ evenirg afte p a . ,mess. He had been and bedfast for ,r ths. 'hi,M s. py Morford . Veekend from a- h ac  them by train h we hey visited iives They .....   g: o see their e ,, e, who smn *z ,5 ", - r 22 " , th them while el  :reatmen a the TJ" : ,tmm)itM lvtr AF-:--" ..  rrea Hengen o SevevaJ weeks J" Iriends r 5'nne d rela- ,vc, lasoo and rl. 1M=rs. Joe Byers and *urs'=ALt Byels spent h, Friday at the me of Mr and #crs. ' tds Mrs: Irod Allen 00?ou00t 20 guests - ve.n,g at din, of lurteheon %Y IMr- --- gue.s of '; . a,t Byers were f,rs. i Yers,, Dis o. dim Corn- s=. A Byers [ary', -unay after. 'arterial tlte , ffay.o  fo ,. weddmg tir M,. nd Mrs. : ", ,but plans had my Celled due to the sud- den death of Mr. Ted Gustin, an uncle, who suffered a hea ',attack .after shoveling snow :around his home. The mass slhowirg of can- cer citrus for men urd women was held three times Monday in the Spangle area; at the Upper Columbia Academy, West Liberty Eementary School ,and the Spangle Service Club. There were about 50 in at- tendance ,at Sunday night's potluck supper at the Spangle church, after which Eie Jul- ian Murphys ehibited some of their slides. There will be another planned supper the night of Feb. 23, which will cose the Week of Compassion observance. The Murphys will again sh,ow more of heir slides fllowing the dinner. Mrs. Marie Cooley, Cheney, spent Wednesday with her sis- ter, Mrs. Louise Pittnan. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pit,man and family, Colfax, and Vaughn KnurL were Mrs. Pittmran's dirmer guests. Four Lakes Lenard Mace--RI 7-7606 HUB CLUB HOLDS PARTY [ Hub Club bad its postponed Christma party at the Long- horn Bar-B-Q. The 17 present were Mrs. Leon Barrick, Mrs.. Ted Miller, Mrs. Nick Haidy, Mrs. Bruce Oliver, Mrs. @len Calsyn, Mrs. Hen Kruger, Mrs. Alma Chrk, Mrs. Ceciel Stowe, Mrs. Berna,vd e, Mrs. Herman WiHms, Mrs. Ray Dirks, Mrs. Anna E.rfuPth, Mrs. Howard Graham, Mrs. Lloyd Lovel, Mrs. Hershel Lopp, Mrs. Ted McMitlan ,and Mrs. Russell Mace. It was decided o have a display able :at Tilic,um Club at Chenej Feb. 8 o!t the C{ty Hail. The club also will fur- nish a center piece and dec- orations for .the Cheney Nurs- ing Home. Mrs. Russell Mace was appointed chairman af this commtm,ity project. Other business was $o change the annual C:hristmas party to January and call it the "Welcome-Farewell Party" for the officers. The change was made because there are s:o ,many programs in Decem- ber. Everyone excharged gifts. The door prize was won by Mrs. Ra Dirks. The nexl meet- ing will be held a,t the home of Mrs. Cecil Stowe in Spo- kane. GRANGE POSTPONED Grange was postloned Fri- day evening due to drifting SNOW. CHURCH NEWS Sunday during Sunday School Mrs. Mary Wfl,cox yeas elected secretary ,arid Mrs. Herb Anderson was elected as- sistant su,perirtendent. The rest of the officer were pre- viously elected. A meeting of the teachers and officers of he Sunday School will be held Monday night at 7. The board meeting will foll'ov at 8. CYF PLANS PARTY The CYF (Commum'ty Youih FellowShip) will meet ,t the h'ome of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wil- cox Sunday at 5:5'0. CYF is the new name for what used to be called the high school class in the Sunday Scho,ol. The new n,ame was chosen Sunday during class. Everyone between the age.s of 14 and 20 is welcome to the p,arty. Bring eno,u@h weiners and buns and whate,ver else yu want to eat for yourself. SPECIAL RECOGNITION The pastor (Herb Anderson) will give special recognition to CYF this Stmday in church. He phns to give recoaitio,n to all classes on different Sun- days. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Ted Radon, Mrs. Itos,c,oe A1kins, and Karen Atns were among gules, is at ,a bridal show- er ,at the .home of Mrs. Ly'lse H,a,son of Spokane. The hon- ored guest was Kathie Gray, who married Fri@ay. The Grays were formerly of Four Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. D,alas Hen- neigh spont the weekertd at Coulee City visiting relaives. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jenieke spent the weekend at Wal,ta Walta and Pso visiting hedr daughtm" at college. They con- ducted ,screen, business vlule they were there. Mrs. Barbara Moran of Spokane went with them. Callers at the KLirkpatrick home hst week were Mr. and Mrs. Murbach, Mrs. Widner, Mrs. MilleT, Cindy arid Byron Miller. Bob Kir[patnck from Germany, ,and Mr. a:nd Mrs. Ev- erett KLrlq)atri,ck arid Janet were Sunday dinner guess of Mrs. Kirkpariek. Bob Kirk- patrick spet the weekend in Spokune visiting rel,ttives. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adams vis- ited at the Lunby ome Sun- day afternoon. Henry WynsCra attended a business meeting t the Sp,o- kane Warehouse arid Sorage Co. in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Cody Stander- fer and Del Standerfer went Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner GRANGE TOUR CANCELLED The third grane fe,H, owsb2p tour was cancelled as, Friday on account of the :stow s'torm and drifting so,w hat made some .of the roads impassable. The meeting was to have been held in the Wavery grange hall. This tour wit] be held later. QUEEN GETS TROPHY During the l,ast Win,ds,o grange meting Past M'als:ter Lawrence Charneski presented the trophy, She Windso grange ad purchased, to their winrring queen, Laurel Patter- son, in the 1963 eiowslhip tour eon'tst. This was the third cons=ecutive cante,s:t Windsor had won in he king .and queen contest. Queen Kar- en Parslatl Crawf,ord won in 1961, King Jim Patterson i'n 1962 .and Queen Laurel Pat- terson :i,n, 1963. This year the masters witl be represerrting their granges. Windsor vo,td to entter the con, test again this year and every Win, d,so,r mem- ber is urged to attertd hese to Deer Lake Sunday to sho,vel snow .off their cabin. In place the snow fas 48" and in Dithers 36", on lJhe ,average abu 30". Mr..and Mrs. Henry Wyn- stra attended services in Spo. kane at the Fourth Memorial Church. Sunday af.terno0c] they visiCed Mrs. Wyn*stra's a,ther at the Westwod Terrace Nurs- ing Home. Darlene Tobler was a Friday afternoon and eve.nmg guest of Sandy Barrick. Leon Barrick .attertdeid the Spokane Courtty Counciil meet- ing for Boy Scouts Wed!nes- day night The Orville Phi:llips, on fam- ily and Miss Jill Hune of Cheney, and Mr. and Mrs. Pa,ul Rasmussen were Sunday birth- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rasmussen f Span- gle. Mr. and Mrs. Del Stander- fer and family were Friday i evening dinner guests of the. Dee Ablemans. Mrs. James Owerts ,and Kay, and Mrs. Jack Reitmeier and two boys were Monday after- rmon visitors of Mrs. Sm Van Camp. The Reitmeie,rs are from Tule Lake, Calif. Jan. 20 Mrs. Darl Pendetl and Mrs. Sil,cocks wert to Spo- katie. Mrs. Silcoks returned to have supper with Mrs. Pen- dell. on Jan. 26 Mrs. Matausch arid Eartine and Jline, and Mrs. Silcocks h=ad supper wth Mrs. Earl Pende,lL Sunday birthday dinner guests ,at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox were Mr. and Mrs. Robb Em'hier arid am- fly of Spokane. Mrs. Mary Wil- cox and Fred Swan The? were hortoring Lee Wilcox fettowohip tours and supp,0rt heir nev master, Dale Guest. The next tour will be heki in .the Tri-C>mmunity gvan,ge hail Feb. 5 at 8 p. m. Green- ,acres grange will do :he tic,or work and Neighborhood the program. Then on Feb. 8, gra,n gers will go to the Half Moon grange hall fox a our. Peonc will have charge of the floor work and Five Mile the vo gram. Degrees Taken Windsor grange masteT Dae Guest had three candi- d'a,tes at Mot, an grange l as, Saturday evening to take the third and fourth grancge de- gree. They were Gale an, d Dan- tel Tuke ,anld Ahn M,or,as,ch. Other Windso,r members at- tend,in,g were Jim Paters,on, Mrs. Alan M orasch, Dixie Hag- el, Jery Rhoner and Laurel Patterson. Ted Gustin Dies Theoctore (Ted) Gustin., wh3 was well kown to many in the Windsor a,rea, yassed away last Saturday while sitroeling snow when his car got s,uck in a snowdrift, near his h,,m near Malden. His funeral was held Tue.s- day ,and burial was at the Pine City cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Lenore, a,t the home; .one son, Ted, of La- crosse, nd two gandchiMren. Cancer Is Fatal Mrs. Kalhryn F_tela Chip- perfield, ,a former Four Lakes re siden,t, passed away last Thursday in a Spokane h, os- itul. In recent years her ho,me was in Sprague. Mrs. Chipper- field was ,a cancer vicm. She 'is survived by n.e yon h,o is in Lakeland Village. Funeral services were hel!d Monday in the Sprague Com- munity .church with cremation following. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Nellie Hagel ,and Dixie entertained at dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mor- ,asch, Mr. and Mrs. Dellie A@air, Melody ,and ])ixie. Mrs. Sh, ara Wil.ams and two children of Airway Heights called .on Dixie Iagel Satur- day. Mr. ,and Mrs. Lloyd Will- oughby have moved o Spo- kane for the winter months. Ray Willoughby is living in his home in Hayford. Mr. and Mrs. Stardey Burke were among the many who skied ,on Mount Spokane last Sunday. The '.fag ,rl}ed in ,about 2:30 p. m. ,ad he skiers ,let or home ,as the rtm:s were getting dangerous ....... Diane Ottomeier was an overnilt guest of Mrs. Smith on Thursday, nighL Mr. ,and Mrs. Emery Hewson enCetained ,at dinner tat Sun- day for friends from Idaho. Mr. an,d Mns. Ed Rupp, Di- ane Ottome,ier and Mrs. Mabel Wayne helped Mrs. Flora Friday, January 31, 1964 CUBS GET AWARDS--These Cub Scouts received awards at ceremony Monday evening at Betz School. Bear badges went to this group. Front row, left to right, are Bruce Anderson, I Arland Ableman and Kevin Daugherty. Middle row, Mark l Charlton, Nicky Miller and Ed Haskins. Top row, Denny Wil. l son, Larry Ham, Nicky Langton and Richard Thomson. I NEW LIONS--Dick Steiner, NEW WOLVES--Dennis Mii- left, and Mike Krebsbach re- ler, left, and Charles Hosum ceived Lion Badges at the Cub ;'ecaived Wolf Badges at the Scout ceremony. Cub Scout awards ceremony. Smith c,=tebrate her 84't'h birthday 1,a:A Friday. Cake, ice cream and c.c,fee wre s.ov,ed. Dle Davifl.,0n h, as returned i to Olympm alter ending ser- feral days visiting rela,tives and friends. Mrs. Cleo Phil,p e.nvt, an- ,d at dinner last Surrday for her son, Wburn, ,and family, and grandson Bob Phillips and 'family. Mildred Wilson called on Mrs. Inn Balkil Saturday. Ira Shea was apoinced by Sp(k,ane eounty Pomona grange Jan. 18, to repvesen the grn.ge :on he rari(u;[l]re advis0rj' coual,for l/he Spo- kane Cemmuni, ty Coll,,ge. 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Superior Court of Spo- kane County. on the 10th day of Janu- ary, 1964, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of Mercantile protective Bureau, Inc., a corporation Plaintiff versus Sonia Kallen Defenda*t No. 172998. and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. Notice is hereby given that I will pro. cecd to sell to the highest bidder for cash. within the hours preaerib4 by law for Sheriff's" Sales, to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. on the 28th day of :Feb- ruary, 1964 at South Courth(tlse Door, Spekane, in Spokane County. in the State of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the above named de* fen,dants in, and to the foi|owing de- scribed real lroperty, to-wit: West 15 feet of lot 5 all of lot 6 easterly 1 foot of lot 7 Block 5 Rock- wood View Addition. City of Spokane. County of Spokane, State of Washing- ton To satisfy a judgment in favor of Mercantile Protective Bureau, Xr*c,, a corporation and against Sonia Kalien Amounting to Four Hundred Sixty-Eight and 88/100 ($468.88) Dollars with inter- est at 6 per cent Der ann,urn from December 26, 1968 and $5.00 attorney's fees and $14.50 costs and increased costs. Given under my hand this 20th day day of January, 1964. William J, Eeilly, Sheriff By Evelyn Fordyce. Deputy J. J. Schiffner, Plaintiff's' Attorney (Jan,. 24-Feb. 14) PHILIP S. BROOKE, SR. Pauien Bldg., Spokane. Wash. SHERIFF's SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. Ry virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hon. Superior Court of Spo- kane County on the 17th day of Janu- ary, 1964, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of Metropolitan, Life Insurance Company, a corporation Plaintiff versua Edwin B. Halvorson and YrIelen R. Hal- vorsen, husband and wife; William L. Chrisman and Naomi C. Chrisman. hus- band and wife; and Ly]e D. Bake and Jean R. Baker, husband and wife. De- fendants No. 172816, and to me. as Sheriff, directed and delivered. Notice is hereby given that I will pre. ceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law fur Sheriff's" Sales, to-wit: At ten o'cieck a. m. on the 28th day of Feb- ruary, 1964 at South Courthouse Door, Spokane, in Spokane County, in the i State of Washington, all the right, title I and interest of the above named de- fen,:lants i and to the following de- scribed real l)ro/>erty, to-wit : Lots 9 and 10, Block 17, First Glen- wood Park Addition, accnrding to plat recorded in Volume "L" of Plata, Dage 48. in the C'ty of Slkane. Spokane County, Washington To satisfy a judg- ment in favor ef Metropolitan Life In- surance Company, a corporation and against Edwin B. Ha]vorson and Helen R, Halvorser, husband and wife, Amount- ing to Five Thousand Eight Hunrded Ebrhty Six and 64/100 ($5.886.64) Dol- lars with interest at 6 per cent per annum from January 17, 1964 and $500.00 attorneys' fees and $49.82 costs and increased costs. Title report in, the sum of $26.00. Interest on attorney'a fees and costs at 6% from January 17, 1964 to ale. Given under my hand this 20th day day of January, 1964. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Evelyn' Fordyce, Deputy Philip S. Brooke, Sr. Plaintiff's' Attorney (Jan 24-Feb. 14) EMMETT J. SHEARER 1011 N, W. Blvd.. Slmkam NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 76412 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingto in and for the Ounty of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of HELEN L. BRADY. deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate it, this Court and hu qualified accordingly, and that all peaona having cla a decea are 'requ/red to ecrve lMms, duly verified, with neessm vouh- ers upon the unders/gned at 2011 North- west Boulevard, Spokane, Wsshington or upon, F-mnmett J. Shearer the attor- ney of record at his office at 2011 North- west Blvd., Spokane, Wash., and file such claim with proof of a u e h - vice im the office of the elerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington, within six munths after the first publication, f this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this ntice is 24th day ef January, 1964. /s/ Victor C. Brady Executor of the above estate. /s/ Emmett J. Shearer Attorney 2011 Northwest Blvd., Spokane, Wash. (Jar.. 24-Feb. 7) T. G. PATTERSON 680.N.B. Bldg., Spokane. Waab. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION No. 173109 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Spokan,e. RAY M. GILBERT and FLOREN'-*E B. GILBERT, husband an*J wife, Plaintiffs vs. AMERICAN LAND COMPANY, INC., l a Utah Corporation, DAN PEARSON, Trustee, and all other person and par- ties un&nown claiming any right, title estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in tie complaint herein,. Defendants, The State of Wastfington to the said American Land Company, Inc., a Utah Corporation, Dar* Pearson, Trustee, and all other persons a,d parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein. You are hereby ummoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publieatior of this sumomns, to* wit, within sixty days after the 24th day of Jan, uary, and defe)d the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the u*dersigned attor/ey for the plaintiff, at his office below stated; and in case of your failure r to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to he demand of the complaint which has been filed with the clerk of said court, Tiffs action is for the purpose of quieting title in the p|ain,tiffs in real estate described as Lot 26 in Block 4 of Morring Side Park Addition in Spokane County, State of Washington. Defendants failed to furnish a deed after plaintiffs paid for aid property. T, G. Patterson,, Attorney 628 Old Nationtl Bank Bldg. Spokane 1, Washington. (Jan, 24-Feb. 28) Richter, Rodgers, Wimberley & Esicsen 708 ONB Bldg., Sluakane 1, Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. '/4904 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington i and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of WILLARD P. GUPTILL, deceased. State of Washington--County of Spo- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that Milton' D. Guptill, the Administrator of the above estate, has rendered and presented for set. tlemet to, and filed tn the Superior Court of Spokane Cour*ty. State of Wash- ington his Final Account as such Admia- istrator 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 Milton D. Guptitl, and that Wednesday, the 19th day of February. 1964, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m,, at the Court room of our said Superior Court, in the City of Spokane, in said Spo- kane County, has been duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final Accourt and Petition for Distri- bution,, at which time and plaCe any person interested in said estate may appear and file his except/on in writ- ing thereto and contest the same. Dated this 81st day of January, 1964. Geo. E. Fallquist, County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court By Pat Mieh]an, Deputy (Jar. 24-Feb. 7) DECALS--Long lasting Duro decals. Letters and figures from inch to 3 inch. Free Press office.