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r&apos;-- Page 8 Cheney Fr0e Press Friday, Fehrua 7, 1964 READY FOR :O!.VI' I =, Th', ,c-re wU b , ville's Indians, top ranked A team in Wash- repeated about 8 p. m. Feb. 14 at the Che. ington. This picture by Warren Westerman hey High School gymnasium when Black- was taken at the Kettle Falls game here last hawk Coach Don Monson huddles his play- Friday. ers before they take the floor against Col- Cheney Gains On Colvillel NORTHEAST A won 0t Pot. Covil.]re 10 1 .909 Medical Lake 9 1 .900 CHENEY 9 2 .800 Eaot Valley 6 4 .600 Me,d 6 4 .600 Kttle FaDs 3 8 .275' Newport 3 8 .273 Chwelah 2 8 .200 Deer Park 0 11 .000 Hot on a winnir:g streak of four straight, including a 75- 53 decision over Mead here Tuesday night, Cheney's ttack- hawks are poised or their momerrt of truth next week- end. Colvilte's st:ate class A poll leders come to town Feb- 14 for a game which will bot decide Northeast A League clmmpionship hope,s. Don Monson's Blaekawks are just a hair below ChriUe and Medical Lake in league stardngs. The IviLa of CI- ville h, ave a 10-1 record, Medi- cal Lake is 9-1 nd Cheney is 9-2. Blackhawks Ready A loss to Col,vflle ne week- end will just tbout elimhnate the Bhckhawks from the pd-uve and loitson's 'Hawks are geered for tl',e  perform, .Ftof''att, hoevever, the Bl, acks mus get try Deer PaPal Deer Park Sahwday. Dee Park is mired deep in the league cellar with o,n 0-11 record. Cheney has the edge in scheduling the remairrder of the sas'on- in comparison with C0,1vitle and Medical Lake. Boh tea,ms must come ,1here for return games wfh Cezm$, which should give t'he Bhck- hawks the home court advant- age: -Chancy s rertrairring road games are aguinst teams the Blackawks h,ave Mready bea'tenDeer Park, Chewela,h and Mead. Colvilie and Medi- cal ,Lake, of course, beat Men- son s boys on their c0rts ear: lier in the season. Mersh Boys Hot The Ma,rsh boys (hhe've been called everythi,g but sis. ters this year in aea news- papers) collected 46 poin be- tween them in the win over Mead. Howai Marsh po ured in 26 points and Joh,n Marsh, his cousin, (we think) tossed in 20. Last weekend the Marshes al:o phyed key rcrles in twin wins over Kettle Falls here arid Eas Valley o,x the road. Cheney deeated Kel)tl, e Palls 7V58 and East Valley 47-43. Howard Marsh got 23 against Kettle F'alls, backed up by a 16 gain,t effort by John Marsh and 15 by J0'Im Fl, etc,irer. How- ard Marsh onUnued 'Ida blis- tering pace la,ainst E,as Val- ley, rckin,g up 21 point. Sehn Marsh was second in Cheney scor,ag wth 10. Cheney-Kettle Falls Kettle Falls 12 16 10 2058 Cheney 16 21 17 1771 KETTLE FALLS (58)--Roger Wright 17, Steve Fuhrman 17, Roy Sparks 3, Jerry Banon 22, Jim Mrshall 6, Don Clark 7. CHENEY (71) ;-- Howard Mrrh 23, John Marsh 6, John Fletcher 15, Randy Liddell 6, Mike Liddell 5, Steve Swegle 2, Chuck Dittmar 2, Bob Bart- lett 2. Chancy-East Valley CHENEY (47)John Marsh 10, Howard Marsh 21, Randy Liddell 5, Chuck Dittmar 5, Mike Lidde;i 6. EAST VALLEY (43)--R.t:ss Inman 5, Jim Kenney 12, Dick Manfred 10, Curt Hisw 6, Steve Covrchaine 2, John Fred. crick 6, Steve Llewelln 2. Cheney-Mead MEAD (53)Ed Putnam 9, Bob Spears 4, Jerry Carlson 7, Tom Sonstellie 4, Roger Durham 22, Wayne Hardin 2, Rich Cerenzia 2, Don Temple. ton 2, Denny Dormaier 1. CHENEY (75)  Howard Marsh 26, John Marsh 20, John Fletcher 7, Randy Liddell 4, Mike Liddell 2, Chuck Dittmar 10, ary Rietz 4, Steve Swegle 2. EWSC GYMNASTS TO MEET DUCKS In their second i:Ae.rcoAg- iat meet 0f'the year, Eastern Washirtgton State Col:Lge gym- r:asts meet .the University o Oregon in Eugene Saturday afternoon.n,. The Savages (o,wnefl - inigton Staee Univer:ity l:ast mcnth, 65-59, with Eastern ace Steve Woodward, 1960 r ,q  q V a. hingbon ,tte high -.choo] all.around ehampi, on taking firsts in the lorg horn and ,trampoline and scoring a total of 20 points. Chuck Meenger was the only other Savage first p,hee winner, getting the vi,cory on the parallel bars. In Meet Today tastern Washi,rton State Cofiege fees the Un'iversiey of Puget Sound n 'an Evergreen Conference swimming met in the EWSC Field,ho,e Friday afternoon starting a,t 2 p. m. It will be the scn'l cI1- /erenc2 meet between the two sirools. UPS took the first else, 79-16. BETZ SCHOOL CHEERLEADE[S--PcggV Ber3k=nt and Gail Michaelsen, bgth seventh graders, and Jean auhan and Jan- ice Nelson, eigth graders, cheer their basketball teams dur- ing games last week with Sunset. Betz teams won both games. Betz will meet Medical Lake today at Medical Lake. Wresl ers Lose Again At Spokane PREP WRESTLING W L PF PA John Rogers 7 1 200 |16 North Central 6 1 215 79 Shadle Park 6 1 187 124 W. Valley 5 2 210 114 L. & Clark 5 2 203 106 Central Valley 4 3 165 155 Mead 3 4 157 125 Ferris 2 5 133 196 University 1 6 103 229 East Valley 1 7 107 258 CHENEY 0 8 96 247 Chency lost Lts eighth straight Cou n, ty High School WresLtirrg League match last Tirursday at Spoka,ne to Cen- tral Valley 32-13 to drop deep- er irto the league's cellar. Results: [ 103 poult.cts--Mike l%a%tray I tC) d. Jim Tiffany, 13-4. 114 pourtds--Lary Blair (cv) d. Vern Scott, 7-1. 122 pounds--Steve 'Morris (CV) and Bill Miller (C), 5-5. 129 paund---Bob BiShop (CV) d. ButCh McIain, 9-3. 140 pounds---Tom Vincen, t (CV) d. Steve Miller, 7-2. 147 potmds---Keih Koch (C) d. Dave Wood, 5-2. 156 pounds---Dermis Spring- er (C) pinned Bill Kvause. 1:58, third. 167 pounds--Deemis Line- rod (CV) d. Rger Christian- sen, 3-1. 177 pounds--John Ames (CV) pinned Rocky Brown, 1:15, first. 193 pounds---Geoa, ge Hohnes (CV) pinned Gary Rupple, :49, td, : Unlimited--Mike Britt (CV) pinTted David Phipson, 1:40 first. , , .... BCV 24, Chen,ey 22. Sav00 This Weekend For 2 Contests Eastern Washington Sta,te College faces tvo Evergreen Conference basketball rS Or the first corfferenee games this season Friday ad Satuay nights in Cheney. Eastern tangles wih Cen- tral W, ashin, gton State Friday night, Vhen Un4versity of Pu. get Sound Saturday ni,ght Beth games in the EWSC Field- house start t 8 p. m. The Savages meet Co=,tral in their first ga, me of Ee sea. s,0.n in the University of Brit- ish Columbia tourn,amen, t and downed the Wildcats, 70-67. Since lhen, bath Eastern and Central h,ave acquired identti- cal conference records o,f 1-5,, and Friday night's game will be a cante:t to .try to get 0ut: of the cell'ar. UPS tra,s a 2-4 c0rfference ec0rd, a,nd Eastern wLl'l meet the Loggers fo,r the second time a week from Friday in Tacoma. Eastern will close the rc.gul:a c0rffere, nce seesan gainst Central a week fv0,m !Saturday. All conference teams will end the season in the Eer- green Tourramen,t s*arting Feb. 20 at Western Washing- ton State in Be,ltingham. Eastc,rn's ,eni0r veteran Joe Allen is the team's lading scorer with a 17.5 average in 60nference games: tie is fol- lowed by Alex Woods, also a senior, who has 11.0, ,and sen- ior Darwin Mon,asmith, with 10.6. VandeBerg Retains Chairman Position Dr. Loyd W. VardeBerg elaivnmn of tlhe department of in, dutral 'anti praoticat arts at tEasrn WaShington Sa,te OoIlege, ,has been ,eelecte,d ehMrman af the Pacific N,erth- wes Inusta'ial Educati,0,n Con- ferenee at fts armual meeth-tg in Ellertsbu.rg reeelttly. Major projects of the con- ference for 1964 wlt be a s- tu's sudy ,of indu.sta'.i,al e dea- lion in Montana, I<taho, Ore- gon, British C0dumba, Alb2Tta, Ahska arid VvTaslhing, bon, Dr. VandeBerg s'Md. ALLEY ANTICS Cheney Bunessmen Fire Department 63 25 Christiar Church 55 33 R. O. T. C. 45 43 Hacienda d4 d4 Outlaws 41 47 Nabisco 38V. 491/._, Free Press 33 55 Brown & Holter 32V 55/,,/, ROTC 3014, 1094; J. Mamanakis 205; J. Davis 543. Fireball Cheney Bowl 69 29 Lutheran Church 51 37 I. O. O. F. 49 39 Bill Hatch Trophy 46- 42 Jones' Resort 42 46 Beehive 40 48 System Amusement 39 49 Poor Boys 26 62 Ray Dakin picked 5-10 split. Poor Boys 3030, 1069; Dick Weigel 242; Wally Beeard 547. 50elock Mixed Splits & Misses 50 33/.z Comes 44 391fin Sure Fires 42 411fiz Pin Pals 421/.2 4112, S & W 41% 4'2% Amberites 40 44 Ringadings 38/ d5/2 Calvert's Reserve 36 48 Splits & Misses 2401, 850; John Good- wit* 219, 570; Maxine Stiffler 180, 486. A1 Weisman picked up 6, 7, 10 split. Cheney Automotive Al's Chevron Station 56 28 Higgins & Henderson 55 29 Cheney Auto Parts 42 42 Virgil's' Enco Statior 41 43 Sunset View Ranch 40 44 AI's Auto Parts 361/.2 471/2 Brown & Holter 36 48 Hillcrest Stables 30V 53 Ai's Ohevron Station 3160, 1117 ; James Dyck 681, 235. Koffee Kup Keglers B Plus 45 31 Shirt Tales 44/. 31/.2 Four Question Marks 42 34 O. I. Janes 41 35 Corny Cobs 35 dl Pill Rollers 34/ 41 /,_, S. O.G. 34 42 Krazy Kates 28 d8 G. I. Janes 2138, 787; Jean Laube 197 ; Sabra Stewart 519. Timebr Toppers -- Bantams Bertch Warmers 20t 6 Rats 13 14 Aces 12/2 14v",- Epunky Stinkers : 19 Ber*c'h Warn:rs 0 (2 games, d4'.L Ricky Engel 160; Linda Laube 272 (2 games). Timber Toppers -- Juniors Team No. 3 16 8 Team No. 4 15 9 Teame No. 2 11 13 Team No. 1 6 18 Lynn Hossum 203, 539. Wednesday Mixed League Go Macs 46 30 Dis Ables 43 33 J. G.'s 41 35 ! Four ScOnes 371/'2 381 Barnts 87 39 3 M'e & C _. 35 41 Refugees 321flz 431/.'., Strugglers 32 44 Dis Ables 2333; Strugglers 816; Run McKinley 213; Jo Arm Ableman 178, 456; Bob Grogan 640. Bewlerette M N M Drive In 56 24 Hillczt Fillies 49 31 Western Auto .39 dl Cheney Lanettes 38 41/z IGA Bairs 38'/z 41 /z Holmes Hardware 361 43"/2 Pinehutt Motel 32 48 Cheney Homes 29/ 50 IGA Bairs 2377 w/h, Pinehurst Motel 828 ; Marie Isaksen 215 wo/h; Janey Dyck 483 wo/h. Sharon Korgy picked the 6-7 split. Rt.l, Spokane ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone BE 5-4410 EDGETT BROS. Hamblcn, Gillrt & Brooke 91g z'aa,en BlUg., polne, Wash. SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 173277 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingtor, in and for the C6unty of Spokane. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, a corporation, Plaintiff vs. Thomas L. Steeves and Midori Steeves, hsuband and wife, Defendants. State of Washington to the Defendants i Thomas L. Steeves and Midori Steeves, ! husband and wife. You are hereby summoned to appear in the above entitled court within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publicatior of this sumomns, to-wit : Within sixty (60} days after the 7th day of February, 1964 and defend the above entitled acio in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer on the undersigrred attor- neys for plaintiff at their postoffice address below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of said complaint which has beer filed with the clerk of said tourt. This action is commenced by the plain- tiff, to foreclose a certain mortgage executed by Thomas L. Steeves to J. L. Cooper & Co. and thereafter assigned to the plaintiff, which mortgage is recorded in, Book 822 of Mortgages, page 423, upon the following described property, to-wit: Lot 2, block 25, Boule- vard Park Addition, according to plat recorded in col. "M" of plats, page 48, ir the City of Spokane, Spokane C6.unty, "Washington. Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hen. Superior Court of Spo- kan County, on the 4th day of February 1964, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of Fidelity Savings & Loan Association, corporation Plaintiff versus Merle W. Claflin et ux, et al Defendants, No. 172214, 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 prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At ter o'clock a. m. on the 13th day of March, 1964, at the South Courthouse Door, Spokane, in Spokane Cour*ty, in the State of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the above ramed defendants in and to the fol- Iowin described real property, to-wit: Lot Eight (8) in Block One (i) of Amended Plat of Cozza 4th Additior, in the County of Spokare and State of Washington, as per map thereof recorded in Book 3 of Plats, page 74, in the office of the County Auditor of said County To satisfy a judgment in favor of Fidelity Savings & Loar Association, a corporation and agaiz',st Merle W. Claflin and Alice L. Claflin, husband and wife, individually, and against the commurAty composed of them Amounting to Twelve Thousand Four Hundred Seventy Six and 02/100 ($12,476.02) Dollars with interest at 41/-2 per cent per annum from May 1, 1963 and $800.00 attorney's fees and $69.90 costs and increased costs. Interest on attorney's fees and costs at 6% fro February 3. 1964 to sale. Given under my hand this 4th day of February, 1964. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Evelyr Fordyce Deputy. H .W. Clarke, Plaintiff's Attorney. (Feb.  7-28) .% Q. Is it heat or humidity that causes wintertime dry nose? A. It's low humidity (lack of sufficient moisture in the air). To provide comfort at 72F., room air should haw a rela- tive humidity of about 40 per cent. This means that tim air should be 40 per cent satu- rated with moisture. Even under this "ideal" condition the nose has trouble keeping up. Every 24 hours we breathe about 500 cubic feet of air. In passing through the nose the air is warmdd to almost 98.6F. (body temperature) and about one pint of water is supplied by the nose to raise the relative humidity to 95 per cont. A pint of water is a lot for one nose to sup- rly. Ad the nose loses the battle ,,lh the furnace in the wintertime when, as is the I case in many homes, the room air relative humidity drops as I low as 25 per cent. In disease s and old age the nose simply I can't deliver that much water; 1 drainage stops and germs 1 take over. Humidifying the air I in the house during winter months isn't easy, even with I expensive central air-condi- = tioning. I Our prescription prices pro- I vide safe, ure economy in 7. ,'omhination with quality. 1 BE 5-6348 W. H. Westerman ! Good Stock of Late Model V-8 Motors Can be put in trucks. Used Door Glass It is the further object of Dellwo, Rudolf & Grant to bar the defendants of 1010 ONB Bldg., Spoakne, Wooh. title, lien or estate in isea except the right of NOTICE TO CRRDITORS provided by statute. No. '16495 Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke In the Superior Oourt of the State of for Plaintiff Washington in and for the County of By Philip S. Brooke Spokane. Postoffiee Address : In the Matter of the Estate of 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, ! CHESTER W. SHEPARD, deceased. (Feb. 7-March 13) Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Administratrix HOWARD of the above estate in this Court. and has S. 11 Monroe St., qualified accordingly, and that all per- sons having claims against said de- NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT ceaesd are required to serve claims. No. 74585 duly verified, with necessary vouchers, In the Superior Court upon the u)dersigned at 1010 Old )Nat- of Washington irt and for ienal Bank Bldg., or upon Dellwo, Rudolf Spokane. & Grant the attorneys of record at their In the Matter of the office at 1010 Old q, ational Bank Build- VERNE G. JINN, ETT, ing, Spokane, Washington, and file uch State of Washington, claim with. pzof of such ser- kane. aS. vice in the office of the Clerk Notice is hereby given o the above Court at tbe City of 8po- and Eastern Branch, kane, Wasifington, within six months ional Bank, the after the first publication of this notice, above estate, has or they will be forever barred, sented for settlement to and Date of first publicatior of this notice Superior Court of notice is 7th day of February, 1964. State of Washington its Bernice M. Shepard Administratrix as such administrator and of the above estate, the distribution of said Delhvo. Rudolf & Grant Attorn, eys the Court is asked to settle 1010 ONB Bldg., Spokane, Wash. distribute the property (Feb. '-21) heirs or persons entitled to discharge the said HARVEY ERICKSON that Friday, the 6th day 409 S & E Bldg., pokane, Vh 1964, at the hour of 10 a. m., at the Court Room NOTICE TO CREDITORS 6uperior Court. in the City :No. '/6459 in said Spokane County, In the Superior Court of the State of fixed for the hearing Washingtor iu and for the County of of said Final Account and Spokane. Distribution, at which It* the Matter of the Estate of any person intterested in PETER R. ERIGKSON, deceased, appear and file his Notice is hereby given that tile under- thereto and contest the signed has been appointed Executor Dated this 4th day of of the above estate in this Court anl Gee. E. Faliquist, has qualified accordingly and that all Clerk of the Superior persons having claims against said es- By Ralph V. tale are required to serve claims, duly tFeb. '-21) verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 409 Spokane & East- ern Building, Spokane, Washington or] GEORGE R. upon Harvey Erickson the attorney of, 76 Hutton Bldg., record at his office at 409 Spokane & Eastern Building, Spokane, Washintgon NOTICE TO CREDI and file such claim with proof " No. 76516 of such service in the office of In the Stll)ez'*r ourL the clerk of the above court at the city of of Washington ip and for pokane, Washington within six months Spokano. after the first publication of this notice. In the Matter of or they will be forever barred. THOMAS GORDON Date of the first publication of this Nou, e is alr If,, .t notice is 7th day of February, 1964. signed has been of the above estate in this Harvey Ericksen Executor of the qualified accordingly, and I above estate. Harvey Erickson Attorney sons having claims 409 S & E Bldg., Spokane, Wash. are required to serve (Feb. 'i-21) verified with the undersigned at ton or upon George R. Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke attorney of record at his 912 Paumen bldg., pokane 1, Wash, Hutten Bldg., Spokane., and file such claim SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR such service ir the office PUBLICATION .the above Court at the No. 173278 kane, Washington within In the Superior Court of the State after the first publication of Washington, ir and for the County of or they will be forever Spokane. Date of first Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, notice is 7th day of a corporation Plaintiff vs. Margaret E. George R. Nethercutt Miller, a widow, and Margaret E. Mil- 726 Hutton Bldg., ler as Executrix of the ]state of Don- MARK b. aid J. Miller, deceased; and the Un- known Heirs of Donald J. Miller, De- 1004 ONR Bldg., ceased, Defendants. State of Washingtor to the Defend- NOTICE TO ants the Unknown Heirs of Donald J. No. '6374 Miller, deceased. In the Superior Court of You are hereby summoned to appear Washington in and for in the above entitled court withir sixty Spokare. (60) days after the date of the first In the Matter of publication of this summons, to-wit: WILLARD H. KUHN, Within sixty (60) days after the 7ti Notice is tereby giver day of February, 1964, and defend Lhe signed has been of the above estate in this above entitled action in the above en- qualified accordingly." and titled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy f sons having claims are re<luired to your answer on the undersigned otter- v,rified, with necessary ney for plaintiff at theeir lOStoffice ad- dress below stated, and in case of your the undersign, sd at North failure so to do judgment will he rendered Street, Spokane, ;agair*st you according to tbe demana Mark D. Rotchford the of said complaint, which has been filed ord at his office at 1004 with the clerk of said court. Bank Building, Spokare, This action is commenced by the and file such claim plaintiff to foreclose a certain mortgage of such service in' the executed hy Donald J. Miller (since de- clerk of the above ceased) and Margaret E. Miller, his Spokane, Washington, wife, to J. L. Cooper & Co. and here- after the date of the of this notice, or they after assigred to the plaintiff, which barred. mortgage is recorded ira book 900 of Date of the first Mortgages, page 438, and is upon the notice is 7th day of following described property, to-wit: M. Claflin Kuhn,, Lot 6, Block 2, Riverview Addition, ac- above estate. cording to plat recorded in Vol. "A'" of Mark D. Retchford Plats, page 130, in the City of Spo- 1004 Old Ntional Bank kane, Spokane County, Washington. Spokane, Washingtor -- It is the further object of said action (Feb. %21) to bar the defendar#ts of all right, title, lier* or estate in and to said prem- I Kizer, Gaiser, ises except the right of redemption pro- 1_24 ONB Bldg., vided by statute. Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke NOTICE TO By Philip S. Brooke, attorneys for No. 76493 Plaintiff. In the Superier Court Postoffiee Address: Washing, ton in and for 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. Spokan, e. 9201 " In the Matter of (Feb. 7-March 13) NORMAN J. GALL, Notice is hereby given Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke signed has been appointed of the above estate in 91g Maulen Bldg., pokane. Wash. has qualified accordingly, persons having claims SIXTY-DAY sUMMoNS FOR ceased are required to PUBLICATION verified, with N. 173261 the undersigned at 1224 In the Superior Court of the State of Bank Buildin, g, S] &am Washington, in and for the County of or upon Kizer, Gaiser, Spokane. and Powell the attorneys The Prudential Insurance Cbmpan,y of[their office at 1224 Old America, a corporation, Plaintiff vs. I Building, Spokane, Washi Edward J. H'allam and ltarriett G. Hal:- such claim with proof of s lain. husband and wife, Defendants. [the office of the State of Washington to the Defend-[above Churl at the ants, Edward J. Hallam and Harriett] Slkane, Washing'tor, G. Hallam, husband and wife. [months after the first I You are hereby summoned to appear this, or they will be in the above entitled court within sixty] Date of the first publi (60) days after the date of the first notice is 7th day of Febrt publication of this summons, tc-wit:[ Frances J. "Gall Adn Within sixty (60) days after the 7th[ the above estate. day of February, 1964 and defend 'Zhe[ /s/ William J. Powell Ai above entitled action in the above]1224 Old National Bark ] ertitled court, and answer the complaint] Spokane, Washington of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of l__ (Feb. /-21) your answer on the undersigned attor-; CORNE neys for plaintiff at their postoffice I 414 Hyda Bldg., Spoktt address below stated, arl in case of I your failure so to do judgment will bet 'ull ur lttbm'lttts' rendered against you according to the [ No. 5087 demand of said complaint, which has  In the Superior Court el been filed with the clerk of said court. I Washington in and for t This action is commeuced by he I Spokat*e. plaintiff, to foreclose a mortgage given t In the Matter of th by the Defendants Dated Jarmary 23, I BERTHA A. GRIFFITHS, 1959, in the sum of $10,300.00 with Notice is.hereby given, interest thereon at the rate of 5:)% Ulvin, the Administrator per antrum to Plaintiff. which mortgage estate, has rendered and, waa thereafter on the 29th day of Jan., settlement to, and filed 1959, duly filed for record in the office Court of Spokane C Washington his Firml , of the Auditor of Spokane County. Administrator and apei Wsah. and recorded in Vol. 922 of trihution of said estot Mortgages, t). 82; that the property Court is asked to set covered by said mortgage is described distribute the property as: Lot 8, Block 2, Comstock Park Additior, an addition to the City of persons entitled to the Spokane, State of Wash., as per map charge the said thereof recorded in Book "'W" of Plats, Tuesday, the 3rd p. 6, in the office of the County Auditor 1964, at the hour of 10:00 o said Courty. It is the further ject at the Court room of of said action to oreclose Defendants Court, in the City of from all rigit, title, lien, interest or Spokane County. has for the hearing and estate in and to the premises above Final Account nd described, except the right of redemp- trihutlon, at which time tion expressly provided by statute, person irderested in Hambien, Gilbert & Brooke Attorneys appear and file his for Plairrtiff irg thereto and contest By: Harold D. Clarke Dated this 3rd day of Postoffice Address: Gee. E. Fallquist 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. Clerk of the (Feb. 7-March 13) By R. D. Tucker ( Feb. HARVEY ERICKSON 409 S & E Bldg., Spokane l, Wash. Hamblen, Gilbert 1 Paulaen Bldg., NOTI(:E OF SETTLEMENT OF ESIATh No. 74033 NOTICE OF In the uperior Cburt of the State el No. '/3314 Wasbinton In ;tll(I for tile County o In tile Superior Sl)ok!ne. Washington in and for In the Matter of the Est:*o ,,' Spokane. ALICE NORDQUIST and ELSIE NOR1)- In the Matter of QUIST, Absentees. ARNO MAREEN .'tae ot Wash=ugtuz, Cour#ty of Spo- State of Washington, kane.-- as. kane.--s. Notice is hereby given that Richard C. Notice is hereby give. McBroom, the Trustee of the above Melville, the estaie, has rendered azl ;,resented 1o, above estate, has rendered elt[(,nt to. and lilt:| in "he tll)critn t'lu" settlement to. and Court of '.d, ane (:m,,Ity, ;;ate o! Wash- ior Court of Spokane inv:ton his Final Aceounl as such Trus- Washington her tee an.2 a petition for he di.trihu- such Adminlstratrix tion of saia estate, i which tho court i for the distribullon i.. 1 settle :li:l F, stae, (ii2ribut,: in which the court i the property to the heirs or perseus Estate, distribute the cri;tl, d to the s;tme, a-,{ dishw, : heirs or persons said Trustee, an' at X, Vednesday. the diachsrge the e.qid 25th day of March, 19(;4, at zne and thnt Fri,lsy, the hen rof 9 :t) o'clock a. ]'n. at the 1994, at the hour of 10: Court reom of our said Superior Court iu n. at the cmrL roo] of the Cily ef Sn,;kane, in said Stokane Court, it) the Gity County, has been duly fixed for the lear- said Spokane County, ins and seltlement of said Final Account for the hearing and and Petitior for Distribution, at which! Final Accunt and time and place any persor interested ir tribution, at which time said estate may appear and file iris person tntere%'ot in exceptions in writing thereto and con- appear and" file his test the ame. in:'theredo and" contest Dated this 4th day Of February, 1964. DLe thls .5"rd "da George 1'], t, alhluist County Clerk anl (]= Clerk of the Superior Court. By Edward W. Huneke, Deputy By Mary B. (Feb. %21) (Feb. '/-21)