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CLAUSEN Spokane, Wash. SALE County of Spo- )f Order of Sale issued Superior Court of Spo- 4th day of February, in the case of and Alice C. Mielke , Plaintiffs versus How- et ux et al Defend- and to me, as Sheriff, delivered. NT that I will _ highest bidder T prescribed Classified Rates--5 cents per I_. to-wit : At on the 13th day of word, with 75c minimvm (or I FOR RENT 4, at.f thein SpokaneSUth Courthcour, ty, .... 15 words). Minimum adv. not l  ------ ,hington, all the paid in cash will carry a 15c/qhree bedroom house, unfurn- StandOftothetheabovefol. billing charge. / __ished" ..... 235-6581. n29tf propertY.of Snyder&apos;at-wit:Ad. O ................. FOR SALE /Three bedroom house for rent, Falls nv ape- ' phone 235-4123. dl3tf Of Spokane, S,I,, recorded in Book New 2x4's $35 M; Pine shemth- 29. in the Once of the ing $45 M. Zonolite. lnsuhte Nice modern 2-bedroom lmuse. of said County To Partly furnished, cM,1 Tyler in favor of George your attic nov, 1 to 50 sacks Alice c. Mielke, husband $1.39; 50 or over $1.35 per 325 jl0tf against Howard A Spur- Spurgcon (aka Ag- sack. Cash & Carry, 309 Union 1 single room $40; 1 ki,tehen- LaGa and Cathy 235-4584. d20ff ett $50. Pinehurst Motel 235- to Three Thousand O Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner GRANGE POSTPONED Windsor granges regu,a meeting Feb. 5, was ,postponed unCLl Feb. 12 due to the grange fellership tour at Tri- Commani,ty grange Feb. 5. settiitg for a t6vely brid,a.] There will be a fellowship shower given for re cen,t bride t.our at Half Moon grange Mrs. Ron,ald $tN*nker, nee lall Saturday evening, Feb. Sandy Zehm. Hostesses were 8, at 8 p.m. Anne Allen, Betty lorga,n, Peone grange w have Betty Baird, Irene Turtle, Sol- charge of the floor work and ly Hoffman and Loee Syver- Five Mile the program. A tl son. Mrs. Allen had charge of grangers are asked: o let Lo the pro.gra,m which cotsi.sted Christen:sen, Pom<ma ffrange efa plan, o solo, played by master for Spolane coun,ty, ana Davitt; a medley o ove know if they are going to at- songs sung by the Hofflnan tend the meeting t Moran girlrs, accomparued by Ms. grange hall Feb. 11 at 8 p. m_ Ralph Kofman, and  orl,g- This meeting wil ,ft0or the inall poem by nne AJlen. Spangle News 01F00iday' Feb0000ry 1964 By Virginia M. 5trok ! C-h00ey Groups MRS. RONALD STALNAKER Will Take Part Thud,ay evening, 3an. 5'0, the East Liberty Eetemetary Jn EWSC Ban@el Selol lunch room was the Six and 72/100 Three bedroom ,home, cose to with interest at 12 from January 31, ctlege. Inquire Howard attorneys fees and FOOS, Safeway store, Cheney. and increased costs Plus st 6% from January 31, j24tf on attorney's' fees and my hand, this 4th day of Extra nice red spuds for sale, 3 cents. Phone SAratoga 3- SheriffDeputy 2422, Medical Lake. j31-f7p Attor Calf scour pl]Jls 20c each. Che- 8pokene, Wssh. ney Drug. f7tf TO CREDITORS Westinghouse deluxe double 6443 oven range and *auom,a, tic of the State of the County of defrost refrigerat0r. Perfect the Estate of condition. Large 10 piece wal- deeased. :nut din,ir.g rom sett. Table that the under- with 3 reaves, 6 side chairs, 2 appointed Executrix in this Court aM arm and large buffet. W. A. md that all Suksdorf, phone 245-3367, 'against said to serve claims, Spangle, Wa,sh. f7p vouchers, 702 orFidelitYupon HamiRon auto. clohes dryer, attorneys of good shape. Mrs. Richard at 702 Fidelity Aslh ' 235-6326, evenin,gs, f7tf Washington and proof of such ser-J of the Clerk ] 951 Ford Vict'oria, 1952 C'hev. ! citYmonthsof Spokane.after sedan delivery, 1948 Cthev. a of this notice, 1/2 ton pickup, ,automatie coal barren. publicatio of this stoker, used lumber. Phone of January. 1964. 35-657. f7-14p Executrix of the 2 c. i Baled hay and baled s'traw. H. 7) Wash. F Kukuk, Rt. 2, Box 55 KINNIE f7-14p Wash. Exrcellent qu,ality bMed gass ,hay. Don ttel, lhone 235- 4967 or 235-6231. f7 of the State of r ,the County of 6 yar crib ,an mattress; of the estate of double bed with box springs that the under- ,aIl mattress; chest Cype deep V.xseutri freeze. 235-6298 eves. artd this Court and and that all weekends, f7p against said de- claims Lsed bathroom wash bowl,{ Vouchers 3603 Normandie, c ew Zig-Zag sewing machme I or Upon LeRoy O i 25.5-4423. f7 [ )f record at his! Spokane, Wash- " such claim Alfa'la and grass hay, can d'e-. service courtin theat liver, Walt Resents, phone within ix Chancy, 235-6346. f7-14p tht bal'ed. o tin et professional crl 196. cleaning rems  rent Ble trix of the Lu:str Electric Carpet Sham- pooer $1 per day. Holmes Hdwe. f7 Bldg., Spokane FOR SALE ) CREDITORS 3 bedroom home on coy- 76519 net ot. 2 bachs, c4ectric ,f the Sate of heat, Birch kitchen with ths County uf buiR-in range Full base- the Estat of meat. Attached Garage. that the under- -A Te2TIs. scur Ed Doen Real Estate this COurt and and that all 424 1st St. -- Call 235-4050 against said de- day or eve. CrVe TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT of Bldg., such claim, For Sale by Sealed Bid in the office of rt at the City U. S GoveTnment six moths Us,ed 1944 IHC truck,tractor of this notice Turnbull Nat'l Widlife of this Refuge 1964. of the Telephone 235-4723 f7 Building 7-21) 4, Wash ESTATE f the State of the County of atter of the Bcv. Estate of V/ashi_. , deceased. -gton, Cunty of Spo- Ernest H. estate, for settle- of of is asked the pro- entitled FOUND Man's watch Tuesday. Owner identify and pay for adv. Phone 235-6216. j31-f7 JOHN A. MOWERY 604 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 0392 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of SYLVESTER J. BOWERS, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all 4498. j31tf national master, HemheI New- som, and state master A. Lays For Ten,t: two bedroom home, Nelson. basement, automa*tic he,a I garage. 224 W. 3rd. Adria Ba- LADLES GAT---- fus, Phone 657-3506, Endicott, N i,neteen hdies ,tended the or wri.te Star Rou'te, Colfax. ) meeting hed at ,the H, arod ...... f7p [ Werhan home recently far -7--------==---. IWindsar grange 1,adies There nDaes_De;om ;n'd %. ]was a discussion on oriz- Y- ' ' ,2 " [ing a juvenile grange at Wind- Chantey. Ip Jsor grange. RENTAL OPTION I 2 Br. Tri-Level with 3rd Br. i dayHte bsmt. 125.00 m,o. Bb Witson. 2354175. f7,tf FOR LEASE Nice and clean, srma,ll house. Suitable for couple or an- gle person. Lease. Ed Doten Real Estate, 424 1St St. 235- 4O5O. j24tf SPECIAL For St. Vincent de Paul Soci- ety, things you no longer need or use. Help Us To Help The Poor. For pickups call BE 5-6814. j 16tf E:as'tern Star Lodge card party February 12, 8 p. m. Masomc Temple. Tickets 60 ee,ts. Des- sert, pln'oclle and bridge, f7 WANTED Wanted Farms & Acreages I specialize in properties south and west of Spokane. If your place s for sale, call JAY SMICK, Ill 7-8659. WILL ROGERS AGENCY f7-2ip Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414% First St., Cheney .... Luzier cosmetics f BNstol- Myers, avertised in Feb. Reader's Digest needs cnsuR- ants in Chewy and Medical Lake. Call ,or write M,rgo King, RI 7-7422, 2015 W. 10th Ave, Spokane. fTf FOR SALE OR RENT Newly decorated 2 bedroom , home, attached garage, .good location in Metrical Lake. Rent $75. Call eveiaings, Spokane WAlnut 4-4698. j31tf WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf WANTED TO LEASE Approxim, aCety acre in or near Cheney, business de- v el'opmet. Must ,have ate*r. Prefer access to electricity. Write Box W c/o Cheney Free Press. j3147 WANT TO BUY NU-PAC Buying Rabbits & Skins HU 7-4938 931 E. Francis Spokane, Wash. f7p CARD PARTY SET Sunset gange will hae a card party in the/'ra,}l Fday eveniHg, Feb. 7, at 8 p. an. SERVICES HELD FuneraI services for BIuch MiIls were held in Sprague Tuesday and buriaI was ,at the Macabee ceme'tery. She  sur- vived by her *htsbad, Art, at the home; one sister, Bessie Cameron, at the .frame; one brother, Vernon Cameron, of SeattIe. Mrs. MitIs was well knc,wn in the Cheney, Amber and La- mon, t are,as. She was taken ill Saturday and the ambulance tok her to the Pdzvtl;e hos- pital at noon. She died about 6:30 that e,en:Jn,g. She-be- longed to the Pttonx Re,bek- ah lodge and Henrietta chp, ter O. E. S. DAYTON EDSON DIES Dayton Edson, for/ner Wind- sor grange member, died Feb. 2 at his h,ome. Punera'l ser- vices were 'held Wednesday in Coeur d'Alene end bur= ial 01towed a,t Spokane Mem- oIal Garden,s. He is survived by his wife. Luh, a't the home; one d'aug,hter and two step-i daughters; two sister, Mabel and Maude Edson of Meach, N.D. .---.-.-.--_._ PERSONAL MENTt0NS Mrs. Ne:ta Bow *ad Kate Oson spent hat weekend at Revere, Wash., visiting the Wflhrd Bowen family. Mr. and Mrs. Lather Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ru- dolph left Tuesday morrting to spend a month touring Ari- zona and CaliforMa. Mrs. Bill Smick called on Lola Parsley Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bank and chLldren of Gheneh, visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson in Swague last Sunday after- noon Louise Lelnonnier of Moses Lake visited frienls in Che- hey last Saturday. Mrs. Lem- ,nnier is a former teacher a,t Pour Lakes and Sunset schools. CARD OF THANKS I want to sincerely thank my friends for h,e kindness shown me while I was in the tlespital. Thanks for the cards, flowers and visits. W. E. Bez f7p JOSEPH L. THOMAs SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- k an.---ss. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hen, Superior Court of Spo- kane County, on the 28tb day of Janu- ary, 1964, by the Clerk thereof, ir the case of Paul C Fossum., Inc., a cor- poration Plaintiff versus Thorns P. Chandler and Patricia Chandler, hus- band and wife; United States of Amer- ica; Montgomery Ward & Co., a cor- l)oration ; Spoakne Merchants' Associa- tion, a corporation; Westerr Credit Adjustment Co., a corporation; State of Washington ; et al Defendants No. 170550, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. Notice is hereby given, that I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours l)rescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. on the 13th day of March, 1964 at South Courth'ou Door, Spokane, in Sp.okane County, in the State of Washmgton, all the right, title and intereSt of the above amed defendant in and to the fol- lowil described real property, to-wit: Lot 16, block 2, pine Grove Terrace Addition, in the City of Spokare, Spokane County. Wasnington To sat- isfy a judgment in rem in favor of Paul O Fossom, Inc., a corporation and against Thorns P: Chandler and Patricia Chandler, husband and wife, Amounting to Three Thousand and no/100 ($3,000.00) Dollars with intereSt at 6 per cent per annum from Janu- ary 1, 1958 costs and increased costs. Given under my hand, this 4th day of February, 1964. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Evely Fordyce Deputy. Joseph L. Thomas, Plaintiff's Attorney (Feb. 7-28) Following ,the program the bride ws zssis'ted at bh:e gift ta,bie by Miss Vicki H,offman and Miss Dia,ne Hoffman. Miss tarbara Movgrt hxd charge of the guest book. Th bride, her mother, Mrs. Harry Sires, her motherqn-'law, Mrs. Stalnaker, arid her grardm0th- er, Mrs. Clen Brat:t, were each prese,rted with a ovely car- nation corsage. Mxny be,auti- ful arid useful ifts were re- ceived by the yung couoae for their new Imme in Con- nell QUICK ACTION PREVENTS INJURY Jim Corrmesser d son Rick were nwlved 'in a fire ta,St Mon4ay m eir rm shop but luckity sustained o serious injuries, aIthough Jim had some singed ihair. A pan of gasotine c,augh,t fire a.rtd some was spiled cn Crnmes- ser's ctothiHg, but his son quickly rolled him in the snow, extinn he fire before serious buries resu,Red. They were able, ,after some effort, to remove te wheel tractor from the sheep, but some dmage was done o to,Is and other equipment d tle shop. They were aitvd by! the Spangle fire crew in figh t- !ing e fire. They were in- sured ra,gain.s,t fire 1,oss. Luckily' le roads were all open. Had they been cl,osed 'as they were a few days cartier, re,su:l might have been much differ' en.t. SCHOOL ELECTION SET The voters of Liberty s, chcol district will be ,asked td p- prove a levy of 2.23  to rise $22,000 for the ,puvchse of new fllrnaces*fr both East and Wet Liberty Elemettary schools and for opera'ting costs for the ,gowin,g sol, eel dis- trict. The e4ee.tion will be held on Tuesd,ay, MarCh 24. SPANGLE BRIEFS ' Tlere were 66 students on the Li*bevty High hnor roll for he semester. No,meN of the .honor students will be found ,in the Jan. 31 issue f the Liberty Ledg:er. Mr. .nd Mrs. Dick Atkins,on and he Gordon Greens el, sit- ed at ,the Ron Gree h,ome Sunday. The John Camlbetls, Art Byers, Bob Lamberon,s and Oliver Olson,s took potluck din- rler to the home of Mrs. Netie Mills Sunday to hetp her cele- brate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hart were Saturday evening dinner guests 'at the Earle Wittner home in Spokane t,o celebrate a family birthday date. Mr. ,and Mrs. Jim Foster and twins visited a,t the Ed Struck and Ron Green h,omes Surday. Postr had just re- ceived his prom otioin to staSf sergeant Sa'turd.ay. He 'i,s serv- ing with the SAC command at Varchild AFB. Mr. and Mrs. George Hut- chinson have returned home after a two m0*nth vaca*tion in California wh.ere they pur- chased a new house trailer, Washington. A graduate <)f UW and a former minister, Dr. Porter has been on the UW staff since 1950 as c*unseor, for- eign student ,dvisr and in his present position. Civic Groups lnvifed He wi}l speak on "This Is the Center of the World." Jamshid Khatfli, EWSC ju,n- i or from IT,an and clairman of the college's foreign student relatiorm committee, is co- chairman of the affair a lon with Miss Clara Kesster, EWSC :foreign student adviser. Invited to the. banquet are student leaders, Ceney com- munity groups, faculty and admi:ni;slr,ative officias a, EWSC and irtterna'ti,0!al rela- tions-minded persons from Spokane. Seven foreign students, frown Chile, Finland, Kenya, Iran, ItNy and Japan are row at- :tending EWSC. Foreign sudeltts at E,as,tem ",V.ashingon Sate CoLlege will be honored ,at a banquet Mon- day evening that is expected to attra, ct more than 150 per- sons. Sp,nse,red by the EWSC chapter of the Na,tional Su- dent Assoeiati,on, the banque:t at 6:30 p. m, in Louise Ander- son Hall at EWSC; will be fol- ewed by a tak by Dr. lobert S. Porter; director of in,tena- tion,al services, University of DECALS[--,ong tasting Duro decals. Letters and figure, from inch to 3 inch. Free Press office. Cheney Free Press Page S Marshall News By Mrs. Lorraine Gonia RI 7-9005 GRANGE MEETING SET Four Corners Grange will meet Wednesday t 8 p. m. Eyeryone is asked o bing a pro. SURPRISE PARTY HELD A birthday party was given for Mrs. Rosamond Lanthear, wife ,of Pastr R. J. Lnphear of the Marshall Communi,ty Church. It wa, s held in Lhe ow- er audito'i.um ,of .the church. umes were played arid re- eshments served. PERSONAL MENTIONS Guests of Mr. end Mrs. Dick Merrill we,re Bob Merrill of SeaRle and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morrill and family of LaM, onte. Hrriet Parker s eon,alesc- ing nicely from her brokan leg. Sund.ay guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gonia a:rtd amily were ]Mr. and Mrs. Rorml;d LaCoun,te ],and family <ff Sp,ckane. F. L. GRAYBILL 1001 Psulscn Bldg., Spokane, Wn. NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL RE- PORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRI- BUTION OF ESTATE. In Probate. No. 74889 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of HALLIE L. PELAN, also known as H. L, PELAI, dseeaff. Notice is hereby given that Mildred C, Pelan, Administratrix of the :Estate of Hallie L. Pelan, also known a I-I. L. Pelan. Deceased has filed with the Clerk of this Cburt her Final Report and Pe- tition for Distribution. Requestin the Court to settle said Report. distribute the property to the pereors thereto entitled, and ="to discharge said Admin- istratrix; and that said Report and Pe- tition will be heard on the 2$th day of February 1964, at 9:30 o *clock . m. at the Courtroom of the Probate De- partment of said Court, at which time any person interested in said estate may appear and file objeetions thereto, and eortest the same. Dt Sth chty of Janual. i94. ee. E l'allquist Clerk of Said Court By Mary B Gearhart, Deputy F. L. Graybill. Attorney for Adminis- tratrix 1001 Pauslen Building, Spokane Z, Waahia4n (Jan. al-Feb. 14) We NEED the many things You no longer NEED For those who are in NEED Our trucks will be in your vicinity 2nd Friday of each month Call Mrs. Maddux, BE 5-6814 for collection St. Vincent de Paul Society and Salvage Bureau Po.*:KE S-2491: 2901 E.*Trent Ave. Jack's Service Garage I 15 Firs, Stre,t ' I ] BACK OF THE OLD BESTWAY, [  . BUILDING CENTER : [ " Offioal Triple "A" 24-Nour J Towing And Road Service J DAYS, CALL 235-6573 ! NIGHTS, 235-6298 OR 235.4468 , J attar of " Ys ashiutgon, the said persons having claims against said de- 28th day ceased are required to serve claims, nf 11:00 duly t'erified, with necessary vouchers room of our upon the undersigned at 604 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Washirgton or upo John nf A Mowery the attorney of record at his has office at 604 Paulsen Building, Spokane, nnd .ccount and Washington, and file such claim with at which time proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court, in the City of Spokane. Wasbington, within six months contest the after the first publication of this r, otice0 or they will be forever barred. uary, 1964. Date of tbe first publieatio of this Clerk notice is 31st day of January, 1964. Court. Sadie J. Bowers Executrix of the Deputy Wash. ESTATE of the State o! the County of above estate. John A. Mowery Attorney 604 Pauisen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Jan. 31-Feb 14) ROLAND C. WIGHTMAN 904 Paulesn Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICB TO CREDITORS N. /6286 JOSEPH NAPPI G09-12 Radio Ctral Bldg., Spokane. Wn SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 171637 t In the Justice Court of the State of l Washington in and for the County off Spokane. R Z. GROVE, Plaintiff. vs JAMES A. BOOT and ROSELLA BOOT, huN-[ band and wife, Defendants [ The State of Washington To. James l A. Beet,Defendant : I You are hereby eummoned to appear I i the above entitled Court within sixty [ (60) days after the date of first pub-| licatio of this Summons, to-wit: within I sixty (60) days after January 24, 1964, I and defend the above entitled action| in the Court aforesaid and anwar the[ ,complaint of the plaintiff herein and[ serve a copy of your arswer uPon the [ undersigned attorney for said plaintiff | at his address below stated, and in case of your failure to do so. judgment will be reudered against you according In the Superior Court of the State of to the demand of said Oomplaint which Washingto in and for the County of has beef filed with the Clerk of aid Spokane. ] Court. The objest and purpose of this Iz* the Matter of the Estate of I action is to recover judgmenc against PETRA SMEBY, deceased. I the defendants, James A. Boot and Notice is hereby given that the under- l Rosella Boot, in the principal eum of and pre- signed has been appointed Adminisratrlx i $2,275.70, plu 7% annual interest there- nd filed in with Will Annexed of the I on from September 1, 1962, $2600 title  County, above estate in this court and | costs, $185.00 attorney's' fees, and costs d Account has qualified according/y, and that all | and disbursements, and to foreclose a Petition persons having claims against maid de-I plaintiff's mortgage for said sums upon estate, In ceased are required to serve claims the following described real estate: to settle duly verified, with neeeesary vouchers, I upon the undersigned at W. 1509 Court- and con- land, Spokane, Washington or upo Rol- and C. Wightman the attorney of record at his office at 904 Paulsen Build- ing, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of uch service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington, withi six months after tha first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 31st day of January, 1964. Myrtle Harriet Harrtson Adminis- tratrix with Will Armexed of the above estate. Roland G. Wightman Attorney 904 Paulsen Building. SPokane, Washington--99201 (Jan. 31-Feb. 14) Lots 3,!39 and 40 in Bolck 46 of Spokane Verrace 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 tbe several de- fendar#ts, and to sell aid property at Sheriff's sales in the manner provided by law. Joseph Nappi Attorney for Plaintiff Post Office Address: 509-512 Radio Central Building Spokane, Washington  99204. (Jan. 24-Feb. 28) [ PATRONIZE-YOUR ADVERTISERS Complete Real Estate Service Listings needed for our buy- ers. We Trade Sell Kn Types of Property and Buy Contracts. See, Write-or phone -- STAN SPEAR M-M Realty Co., Inc. W. 929 Sprague RI 7-7116 a30tf ,and also in Paste, rela-They shared a dream for all America fives. Mrs. Mildred Girsberger and Mrs. Louise Pittman helped ,to America was beginning to shake off the despair of the Great Depression. et material ready for ,mailin, g [ Across the nation men were going back to work, and the machines of informing Rebekah Lodges al over the jurisdictio f plans l for the Grand Lodge Assem- bly to ,be hem in Sol,e in [ June. They re,preserRed Prim-[ ose Rebekh Lodge a the] session held at e Odd Fel-I lows Temple in Spokane Sub- day ternoon. M_vs. Sarah Primmer's grand- daughter, Miss Karen Venters, was runner-up in he recent Junior Miss eonCest held in Puhnan ,over the past week- end. ,Mrs. Bertha I-Iall spet the weekend in PulIrnm with her Ison, Den,ny. He reCtwned hme , wih her for the nd-ten per- led and witl return in a few days to his classes. Mr. ,and Mrs../3,d Sievers had :s dinner ,guests on Surv day, Mr. ,and Mrs. Herb Krauel and family, Fred Krauel and Mr, artd Mrs. Roy Smith, the octrav, ion being the 'twi birthdays of Mrs. Kmuel and Slavers/ on Feb. 2, and Dick Krauel's birthday Feb. 7. Stencils--make your own signs--1 inch to 6 inch let- ters. Free Press Printshop. Al- so stencil brushes. ndustry were starting to hum agam. But out in the rural areas life showed little change. Rural Americans were cut off from the nation's quickening pulse by the absence of electric power. Poverty and hardship were a way of life. But Senator George Norris of Nebraska and Representative Sam Rayburn of Texas had a dream. And because they were fighters as well as dreamers, they lived to see their dream take shape. Norris and Rayburn co-authored the Rural Electrification Act of 1936, when onl 7 10 per cent of the nation's farms had electricity.., and the rest is history. Today more than 97 per cent of all the homes in rural America en)oy this convenience which has become a necessity. The job is far from done, however, as America's rural electric systems, with the help of REA loans, I buildl tomeetm the continually rising demands for more and mgre electric'ty, n o ly seven years, rural Americans will be using twice as much electric power as they do today, To the end of their lives, Norris and Raybum loved the program they did so much to start. Rayum considered rural electrification one of his greatest legislative achieementstand often said. so.. From these early dreams or orrts and Ray)um has grown today,s great rural electrification progr.am--an American success story and a price ess asset to the entire nation. , ) INLAND POWER & LIGHT CO. Inland Is Good For Spokane County