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i'andi'at sseuLC ;sSu t ?'W;is against CoEx]21cere ly,ESta'eply Court ;.het 'AnTI SS SO a Bnlesbach .... very,appreci'ate Sll ade veTy 'O'spt t7 much.Yur IWX a T AnSi j By Jennifer bet Jordan Friday, January 31, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page [ to ='LAUSEN & GEMMILL hn,eye Bldg., Spokane 1, Wagh 'shing:TOTi E ihe at OT TO CREDITORS LEWIS IN TRAINING Gary N. Lewis, son of Mr. within six mentAl of this notice forever barred. first publication nf thit of January, 1964. Johnson Executor of estate. 511, Attorneys Spokane, Wash. 31-Feb. 14) & Ericson I Washington OF ESTATE I 75989 Court of the State of m and for the County of of the Estate of Y, a/k/a GEORGE ngton, County of Spo- hereby given that Paul H. Administrator of the above rendered and presented for filed in the Superior State of Wash- as such Ad- No. 76468 Superior Court of the State of in and for the County of Matter of the Estate of MARIE JOHNSON, deceased. giver* that the under- appointed Executor estate in this Court and and that all against said de- to serve claims, duly vouchers, upon at 3612 W. Princetor*, or upon, Clausen  . attorneys of record at Used 7.10x15 snow tire and at 70WaLiide]ity Build: wheel, mounted, for Ford & gton, and ,, . : with proof of]Mereury 15 , $7.50. I nqmre at m eotuh atOieeecOtfytho[Cheney Free Press. d20 Northern muskrat mink dyed fur coat, medium size, good condition, priced reasonable. Call 235-4457 or at 727 D St. d27tl $1 per day rental for Elec- tric Carpet Shampooer wit'h purchase of Blue Lustre. Holm- es Hdwe. j31 New 2x4's $35 M; Pieh- ing $45 M. Zonotite. Insulate your attic now, 1 to 50 sacks $1.39; 50 or over $1.35 per sack. Cash & Carry, 309 Union 235-4584: d20t I)ouble bed, box spring artd mattress, Hotlywoed bed a petitiG,n for the dis- frame, rc,as0rmble. 235-4902. d estate, in which the to settle said Estate, j24-311 to the heirs to the same. and Large six room brick ranch It. Riehter, and 26th day of Feb- home with three bedrooms, of 9:30 o'clock tWO - baths, recreation room, of our said City of Spo-i tWO fireplaces, attached gar- has e age in beautiful landscaped and settle- at and Petition ,area in Oheney. Owner sacri- at whieh ti .... d ficirg. For ,alpMntmen,t caU in said estate his ceeptions in 235-6216. j24-31 ccmtest the same. of January, 1964. Clerk and Three bedroom ,home, close to C'ourt. Deputy. college. Inquire Hoavard 14) Fops, Safeway store, Cheney. & SMITH j24tf Spokane, W=mh Easily accessible, wire baled, barn stored, lgh quality rt of the State glqaSS :hay, few ,tons a lalt ,r the county of i Don Hem, 235-6231 or 235- the Estate of 4967, Cheney. j31 deceased. theExecutorUnder. '55 Ford Crown Victoria, new this Court and errgine, radio, heaer, snow and that all tires. 235-6890. j31 against said cialnm duly vouchers, upo=t Dining room set, tble, 5 chairs Sherwood Build- d Hutch. Also rose and or upon Glee- of 'ecord at beige colored hooked rtg, 31/2 Bldg.. SPO-: X 5. 235-4657 or 235-6611. and file such ' of such  j3 the clerk of the i 1 Citymonthsof afterSpkane'the ! Extra nice red spuds or sale, I notice, r thel 3 cents. Phone SAratoga 3-I of this 2422, Medical Lake. j31-f7p[ January, 1964 Executor of the FISH LAKE--55 acres, nice 2 ,bdrm, 25 cut, sock & ma- Wash. chinery, for $15,000. E-Z terms. We need more pl, aces south ,arid west of Spolane. Cal,1 Smick RI 7-8659, Will logers Agertcy. j31p 14) & Smith Spokane. WMh. CREDITORS 76436 of the State of the County of the Estate of deceased. that the under- this court and FlY, ald that nil against said r vouchers Sherwood Build- or upon the attorneys of at 402 Sherwood and file such service in the above Court i ,u, , ,,j C assified Rates5 cents per j .... word, with 75c minimvm (or I FOR RENT 15 words). Minimum adv. notJ Z- 7 -7----- - . -- peid in cash will carry a 15c]Tnree oeoroom nouse, umurn- billing charge. / ished. 235-6581. n29tf ' phone 235-4123. dl3tf New 2BR. Complete appliances wall to wall carpet. FHA Nice modern 2-bedroom house. terms, Approx. 75.00 me. Bob Partly furnished, call Tyler Wilson. BE 5-4175. o4tf 325. jl0tf FOR SALE 3 bedroom home on cor- n'er tot. 2 baths, electric heat, Birch kitchen with built-in range. Full base- merit. Attached Garage. FHA Tea, ms. Ed Doten Rea,l Estate 424 1st St. -- Call 235-4050 day or eve. Washington, the first pub- F. L. Graybill, Attorney for Adminis- ce or they will be tratrix, 1001 Pauslen Building, Spokane 1, Washington of this (Jan. 31-Feb. 14) 1964. JOHN A. MOWERY atrix of the 604 Paulsen Bldg. Spokane, Wash. Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 14) No. Y6392 In thc Superior Court of the Stats TURNER of Washington in ad for the County Of Spokane 4. Wash Spokane. Iu the Matter of the Estate of OF ESTATE SYLVESTER J. BOWERS, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under f the State of signed has been appointed Executrix the County of of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all ][atter of the Est H. le ate of persons having claims against said de- Wao': z, deceased, ceased are required to serve claims, "mgton, County of Spo- duly verified, with necessary vouchers upon the undersigned at 604 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Washirgton or upo John A. Mowery the attorney of record at his for office at 604 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Court Washington, and file such claim with O:h Washing proof of such service in the office of the Executor clerk of the above court in the City of of Spokane, Washington. within six months is asked after the first publication of this P.otice, the pro- or they will be forever barred. etitled the said the 28th day of 11:00 rOOm of our m' the of has and and at which time contest the 1964. Clerk Court. Deputy ) Wn. 74889 of the State of the COUnty of --state of as -L that Mildred of the Estate and Pc- the distribute persors thereto said Admin- and Pc- b .n said estate Jections thereto, Date of the first publlcatio of this notice is 31st day of January, 1964. Sadie J. Bowers Executrix of the above estate. John' A. Mowery Attorney 604 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane. Wash. (Jan. 31-Feb. 14) ROLAND C. WIGHTMAN 904 Panlsen Bldg., Spoksne, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. Y6286 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingtor* in and for the County of Spokane Ir the Matter of the Estate of PETRA SMEBY, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Adminisratrix with Will Annexed of the above estate in this court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at W, 1509 Court. land, Spokane, Washington or upor* Rol- and C. Wightman the attorney of record at his office at 904 Paulsen Build- ing, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof oP such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington, withiw six months after the first publicatio of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 31st dey of January, 1964, Myrtle Harriet Harrison Adminis- tratrix with Will Armexed of the above estate. Roland (7. Wightman Attorney 904 Paulsen Building, Spokane. Washingtor*--99201 (Jan. 31-Feb. 14) JOSEPH NAPPI 509-12 Radio Central Bldg., Slmkane, Wn SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 171637 In the Justice Court of the State of 1 single room $40; 1 kitchen- ett $50. Pinelmrst Motel 23'5- 4498. j31tf @ FOR LEASE N,ice and clean, small house. Suitable for coupl'e or sin- gle person. Le*ase. Ed Doten Real Estate, 424 1st St. 235- 4050. j24tf SPECIAL and Mrs. Orville L. Lewis o,f Rollies Landing, loute 1, Am- ber, is scheduled to complete basic training Feb. 7 at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. DIMES PARTY SET Amber gange is sponsoring a March of Dimes card party :on Friday, Feb. 7, at 8 p. m. All proceeds will be turned over to the March of Dimes benefit. All men who are members .of Amber grange are asked to brin, g a pie. The'e will be refreshments and priz- es ,and everyone s invRed. COLFAX WOMAN VISITS M.rs. Rose Hallet of Co, fax is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Den Lambert and family tis week. SCHOOL OFFICERS ELECTED i The Amber grade school up-i per grades el, ected class offic- ers Monday. They were: presi- d,er.lt, Clark Jordan; vice preM- dent, Leslie Harris; secretary, For St. Vincent de Paul Soci- Gl.enna Best; treasarer, Saly ety, things you no longer]Luc,as; :sergeant at arms, John need or use. Help Us To Help Jordan. The Poor. For pickups call BE 5-6814. jl8tf] EAGLES TO PLAY 117 ERIE ST. Thins is the place / The Amber Eagles will par- ticipate in the Edail Grade for alteration, suit making, School ournament flas Sat- dress making. 235-4607. Mrs. urday. They will first play Vaughn. j3-31 @ WANTED Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 4141/2 First St., Cheney @ FOR SALE OR RENT 3 bedroom house for rent or .Sale. Rental in basemen. If interested call Spokane Fair- fax 8-3979 af,ter 5 p. m. Loca- tion 220 D St. dl3tf Newly decorated 2 bedvoon home, ttached garage, ,good location ,in Medical Lake. Rent $75. Carl eye,tings, Spokane WAlnut 4-4698. j31 WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re pair. Ed'S Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf Work warttedbrby si,in evenings and weekends by mature woma'n. 235-4186. j31 @ FOUND Man's watch Tuesday. Owner idenfy arid pay for adv. Phorte 235-6216. j31-f7 WANTED TO LEASE Approximately acre ha or near Chen,ey, business de- vopme. Must have water. Prefer access to electricity. Wri,te Box W c/o Cheney Free Press. j3147 BABY SITTING W RI do baby sitting .at my h.ome. 235-6819. j24-31 Washington in and for the Ck)unty of Spokane. R. Z. GROVE, Plaintiff, vs JAMES A. BOOT and ROSELLA BOOT, hus- band and wife, Defendants. The State of Washington To. James A. Boot,Defendant : You are hereby summoned to all, ear Jr* the above entitled Court within sixty (60) days after the date of first pub- licatior* of this Summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days after January 24, 1964, and defend the above entitled action in the Court aforesaid and answer the Complairt of the plaintiff herein and Sprague grades in the after- noon and will pay again in the evening. GRANGE TO MEET The Amber Grarge will meet Tuesday. Mr. a,rd Mrs. Re,a McKinley ,and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ocher will be the supper committee. Cammi,ttees appointed by the master for 1964 will be :as relieves: reso- lution, George Artdersn, Le- roy Reed, L. S. McKay; youth, Mrs. Fl, orence Harris, Mrs. Eloi'se Goedwin,  ,axtd Mrs. Pa,t McKinley, Jm GoedWin; Ag- riculture, Walaee Dew, Rn M cKirtley, Ted Falk; blood bank chairwomen, ,lrs. Ellen Preener ,and Mrs. Atda Buobe. Feb. 7 will be the night the vage hods a card party fr the, polio fotmidation. It vi%l begin at the Amber SOmol at 8 o'clock. The Amber grange was presented a bar and a $50 bond by deputy Earl Hill for p.lacing in the commtmity ser- vree contest. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Ida McKinley was the h, ost for the Young Gals Bridge Club Jan. 22,Mrs. Mary Marsh, Mrs. Peai Welshman and Mrs. Alice MIl'P.hs. AHce Mill will entertain Feb. 3. HOT LUNCH MENU Moin@ay --Meat .}oaf, baked squash, bread and butter, va- nilla pudding wieh bananas, mi]tk. Tuesday--Cihili beans, corn- bread, ossed sal,ad, milk, and pears. Wednesda.y -- Fried chick- en, corn, celery, hvt rol,,ls and bu'ttev, ice cream, milk. Thursday -- Hot d, ogs, .mac- arorvi and cheese, carrot sticks, cookies and apple sauce, milk. Friday -- Tomato soup, let- tuce and tun, a sat,a,d, pean:ut butter sartdwiebes, fruited jel- lo, milk. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. artd Mrs. Keith Cu,m- min gs, Mike and latty were Surday callers of Mr. an,.d Mrs. Ivan Calvert. Jo Ellen Jordan was ,a Sat- urday overnigh guest of Jill Dahl. Mrs. Binna Dummeier .at- tended the TEO lun,cheo at the Ridpath Hotel on Satur- serve a copy of your arwer upon the undersigned attorney for said plaintiff at bis address below stated, and in ease of your failure to do so, judgment will be rendered against yu nceording to the demand of said Complaint which has been filed with the Clerk ef said Court. The object and purpose of this action is to recover judgment against the defendants. James A. Boot and Rosella Boot, in the principal sum of $2,275.70, plus 7% annual interest there- on from September 1, 1962, $26.00 title cosbs, $185.00 attorney's' fees, and costs and disbursements, and to foreclose plaintiff's mortgage for said sums Upon the following described real estate: Lots 38, 39 and 40 in Bolck 46 of Spokane Terrace Addition to the City of Spokane in the City of Spokane, Spokane County, State of Washington, and to have such declared a first lien prior to the rights of the several de- fendarAs, and to sell said property at Sheriff's sales in the manner provided by law. Joseph :Nappi Attorney for Plaintiff Post Office Address: 509-612 Radio Central Building Spokane, Washington  99204. (Jan. 24-Feb. 28) cLAUSEN & GEMMILL 702 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wel. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. ?6443 In the Superior CoUrt of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of CHARLES A. ERICSON, deceased. Notice is hereby give that the under- signed has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in this Court nnd has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said deceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, record at their office at 702 Fidelity Building, Spokane, Washington or upon Cqausen & Gemmill the attorneys of record at their office at 702 Fidelity Building, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of such ser- vice in the office of the Clerk o tbe above court at the city of Spokane, Washington, within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the First l)ublicatio of this no, tics is 24th day of January, 1964. Emily Ericson Executrix of the above estate. Clausen & Gemmill Attorneys 792 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Yar. 24-Feb. 7) Classifieds -- are Bargains! day. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Michel- son and Gall spen*t the Sun- day with Miss Vranc M*ason lind Mrs. Binna Dummeier on their rn, ch. S,tmday diRner guests of Mr. :artd Mrs. Bob Grogan and Richard were Mr. and Mrs. George Lenz, ,Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ham arid family, Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles Proctor and Mrs,. Ida Ham. They celebrated the birthdays of Mrs. Lenz, Mrs. Grogan, and Mrs. Ted Ham. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Fred Miller were Stmday fta0on guests of Mr. and Mrs. C'nar]es Miller Sr. Being Presidertt of the Uni. ed States muSt be a good job. The Republiarts ,ttave three men fighting for it and the Kennedys are standing in line. PATRONIZE YOUR ADVERTISERS * Complete Real Estate Service Listings needed for our b uy- ers. We Trade Sell A Types of Property and Buy Contracts. See, Write or phone STAN SPEAR -- M.M Realty Co., Inc. W. 929 Sprague RI 7-7116 a30tf SNOW CAUSES CHAIN COLLISIONLart Friday's heavy snow in Chenev caused a nine-car chain collision on Elm st., approach- ing 1st St. The collision happened in late afternoon as Eastern Washington State Col- lege commuter students were heading for Spokane. No injuries were reported but sev. oral wreckers were required to untangle the cars and clear traffic. Easl Cheney By Anna Phillips 4-H CLUB TO MEET East Cheney 4-H dub meets Feb. 3 at 7 p. m. at East Che- ney grange ,hail. East Cheney grange will meet Feb. 7 'at 8 p. m. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Chares Ed- din,ton and family were la'st Saturday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe La,bislh and family o help celebrate the birthday of Jen- nifer Labish. Recertt callers ,at the Ana PhiRips pl,ace were Mrs. Kar- ,agy and amily, Garry Bvasa, Chester, Jahn Phillips, Tom Slslmr and Jim Matoalf of Spokane. Lance Hill By Luella Dow PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Baek and Latrrie vi,sieed Mr. and Mrs. l%ohert Ar=derson arid i famity Sunda eveni'n,g. Ib- i ert Dovnin .of Ewan eaed at the Cecil Anderson home Stm- day. Mrs. Andrew Lund and Mrs. Anna Notley accompan- ied Mr. :and Mrs. Murph Weld- rich to the .home of Dick Ma, t- tern ad daughters at Kahlo- tus .over the weekend. Sundy visitors at the Ceefl Anderson hme were Mr. and Mrs. Bob i Rogers, J. P. Lucas .and Mrs. Jim Lueas. Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Tiedt were dnner guests of .Mr. and Mrs. WaR.or Rupp. Monday afternoon caIlers t the Tiedt home were Mr. and Mrs. Gas- sert. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Scroggic and Dens visited Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Sog'ie Sunday after- noon. Mrs. Robert Scroggie has received ,a card from her father, A. K. Lamph, ater, who is vacationing in Hawaii. Joarme McKay, granddaugh- ter of Mr. a,nd Mrs. Bruce Me- Kay, was a weekend house- guest at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Baum- gartnev were at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dow Fri- day for the celebration of Le- land Dow's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dew and family were guests Sunday at the home .of Mr. and :Mrs. Maawin Schroeder. The .oceasio was Gary Schroeder's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moavatt an,d Kimberty were weekend house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmitt. LANCE HILL BRIEFS Jolm Shiowal.ter uLtende,d the Columbia Empire polled "- here- ford bull sale at WaU,a Wall:a Thursday. Mrs. Showalter and Mrs. Ralph Woodhou.se of La- merit took the girts of t)he La- mon.t High School studem body to a DeaconeSs ,hospit, al tea recently. Those preeat were Karen Edwards, Georgia Loomis, Shirley Cook, Darcia TugM, Coletta Wagner, Mere- dith Morton, Maureen Moisten, Charlene Wgner, Marilyn Day, Darla BMley, Nancy Cook. The .trip was part of schedule to ac.quait the gil*s vi*h the various vocations awailaMe n the Inlad Em- pire. Homer Pence ,called on Mr. and Mrs. Hem'y Fraz Tues, day. Mrs. Fanz visited Mrs. Gladys Palmer and ArMy Pence Tuesday afternoon. Wednesday evenLng the Pran- zes visited Mr. 'and Mrs. John Louthan. Thursday af, tenon hey called on Mr. and Mrs. Loui,e Fmnz. They were lunch gueSts ,of Mr. arrd Mrs. C. O. G. Johnson Fiday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franz were h0,ts for a fam,_fly dinner Sunday in honor of Louis Franz's 83rd birthday. Members of the' family prese were Mr. ad Mrs. Louie Franz, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Franz of Spokane, Mrs. Daryl Franz, Mrs. Nellie Meyers ,of. Spokane. Daryl Franz joined the family group in the eveniarg, as he was ou NEWS BRIEFS Mr. artd Mrs. Ken Conley, Mr. and Mrs. Roydal Con3ey, Mrs. George Brown and No}an Bro,n, with Mr. and Mrs. Rob- during the day helphag to clear re;ads ,of a recer4 s,n, owfall. Miss Karen Ball was a week- e,nd guest of Teresa Dov. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Milner, Mrs. Donald Ball, Karen and Steven were dinner gtlegs S,unay ef Mr. aItd Mrs. Wallace Dew and Teresa. err Br3,wn of Spokane, wet to Puliman ast week for the graveside service of Guy Tbmmton, :a rehtive echo died in Bellevue. Afterwards the party spent sme time at the home ,of Mr. ,and Mrs. Martin Brown in Pullman. Guests at he home of Mr: and Mrs. Ken Conley during last week were Mr. arid Mrs. Elmer Coniey, Mr. a)nd Mrs. Jerry Gesehke ,and her moth- er, Alta Helm, and Elmer Smith of Pendlet:on. Announcing Edgett Bros. Marshall-Wells Store Assuming a new line of Quality Hardware and other merchandise bearing the name of Trustworthy. This will allow your local store to offer real savings because of wholesale buying in large quantity lots. See this new line at our... Treasure Hunt Sale Starting Tues., Feb. 4 Hundreds of Bargains - One Example Edgett Bros. Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with Heating 0ils, And All Standard Oil Products AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor BE 5-6378 CHENEY Jack's Service Garage B 215 First Street BACK OF THE OLD BESTWAY BUILDING CENTER Official Triple "A" 24-Hour Towing And Road Service dl3tf DAYS, CALL 235-6573 NIGHTS, 235-6298 OR 235-4468