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....... o**'t J James Widner ILAZA grange entertained Feb. 19 or the ,tour. Plaza was grar, ge, floor pograrn. were 12 members present. Mrs. wn the door grarge had 31 16 and Pars- grange will meet in haft March grange .host, Four Cot- and Moran gran- MSt A. Lars Nel- iCtend this meeting. that all Spokane master's ---..--..___ ;HIP TOUR HELD grange was the Pomona tour. There grangers present. was host. Refresh- red durirg the fellows,hip hour. wan the door Corners put on floor work and Wind- 27 mebe Cheney 17 and 12. officers present Clausen, Irvin ,and Mrs. Dwight JoLmston and Thee were vepreseed. attending were, Em0vy Heso, Irvin Cain, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rand family, oy Everson, d Mr. and feship the Waverly 28 with Me- assisting. IG DATE SET wil meet a POtLuck dinner meeting. The coneii mee- the Windsor 6 at 8 p. m. PLAYED grange .trod eight cards in play las. nge had seven Urday evening. and Leans Wid- prizes. Anmrg were Adelaide Stvagier, Valfie Widrwr and Case lokam. Roy Dalton a. Mrs. Fil,od Con- charge. Frank an the door prize. Poison, M(mL, his bher, tten.ded the card party. ID SURPRISED surprised Tuesday by Opr house on his were Alvina and Mrs. Fl,eyd ',. Mr. and Mrs Chris Har- Ira Mar- Rodwell and Mr. Yegar. MENTIONS Jones and Le- eaed n, Mrs. Spokane officer, had a last Tuesday. cutting wood the Somehirg and Jax o swerve, hit- t hand and cutting Was in the hospi- He is home now Some time be- any f, arm work who at- meetg at mgh School Hill and Mark Daln the souh- Spangle Hews By Virginia M. Strock HARTS ENTERTAIN Mr. arid Mrs. Hugh Hart en- te.Vtained at dinner Friday', evemng for the officers of OES, their hus]ands and wives. Twen:ty-four we,re pres- ent. After the deficious meal the group enjoyed the eve- ning playing court whist. On Saturday, Feb. 22, the Itarts entevbained f,(r hix family, Mr. and MTs. Earle Wittner, Debra arid Dean; Mr. nd Ms. Ronald Hat, Corrode and Chris, and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Firlein and Charles, all of Spokane. The .occasion cee- brated the armiversary of the Firleins, lonald I-hrt's birth- day, and the opportunity of having the entire Say to- gether before M:r. a,nd Mrs. Firiein ml :son leave for Penn- sylvania next mon,th where they will make their :home, fol- loirg .his dis,charge rom the Air Force. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Art Byers had the Dr. loy Turner family of Lewiston, Idalm, a.s weekend guests in their home. Sunday guests at the Ed Strock home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster, Kimmie and Robin, Mr. ,and Mrs. Gord,on Green, all of Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. Ron GreerL Bonnie and weekend, where Young took part in a bevlirg tournament. Mrs. Darforth atso visited with her daughter arid family in Ki, ngson. Asian flu .'has been ,king its toll locHy, with man stu- dents ,and teachers be,l,ng a,b- sent from school as well as othrs. Terri Baird, dau'ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Baird, returned home after a stay in the hospitM suffering ro,m pneumonia. She las not been ,able to return to school s yet. BURGLARS STRIKE Two bre,akins were rep0vted by Iocal business .houses over the weekend. Would-be thieves broke 'a window 0 gain en- ra:rme to Bill's Service Satur- day ,ni'ht and on Smday ndgh thieves gained en,trarme to the cafe and tavern operated by Jo'Lm Newsome. No report has been made of any losses at either place. MORE PERSONALS Jerry Scheche suffered a fractured toe while using the .trammpoline at Lfberty igh las, t week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Byers en- tertained a grotp at dipmer in their home Saturday evening. The evenirg was spent with four tables of cards being prayed. East Cheney Donnie. They cele,lyrated Mrs. By Anna Phillips Foster'.s birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith, ]VISITATION HELD Spokane, were Sunday c#lers] Tbe visitation .meeting at at the Hugh Hat ome.. lEast Oheney gra,nge 'bal last Mr. ,and Mrs. Bud Sievers ]Friday evening was represert- and family entertained at Sun-led by several different grang- day dinner for the Edwin/es. East Cheney, had  welt Brewer faLmily. 40 AT DINNER A group of ,about 40 zttend- ed the fellows:p dirmer ot the church Sunday evening, Which was a climax of the Week of Compstsio,. Slides were shown, vhi,ch showed where funds given to the Com- passion fund are used in help- ing ,others less fortunate. Also i skown were slides from the collection of the Julia Muv- phys, from lrips they had k- en to natiorml parks in recent years. SPANGLE BRIEFS Mrs. rennin I)aforh ac- companied Mr. amt Mrs. Gor- don Young o Kellogg last ern states this w}nter. They have been to New Mexico, Oal- ifernia and Arizona. They are in Yuma, Ariz., and will return to their kome the first o,f laveh. Witson Caffee of Seattle is visitmg friends ,and relxtives for two weeks. He came to at- tend :the funeral of his cousin,, Gratton Bailey. While here he wi vsit Kate OIson, Neta Bowen, sisters and corein, Mrs. Willrd Bowen. MAldred Wilson is visiting friends in C:ashmere for two weeks. Mrs. Robert KoCh of Marin. go was visiting friends in Che- nay Friday. Mrs. Curtis WbAte and sons visited Mrs. Rosa Cook in Sprague Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. Ja,sman called .on Minnie Meleher Mon- day. Evelyn Jones had dinner Sunday with Mrs. Vera Jones. LMrs. Hazel H entertained at .dinner Saturday for Mrs. Maxine Olson, Miehetle, Karen and Jim. Adelaide Larse,n attended a birthday dinner las Saturday at the home o her nephew, :Bill Garras, for one of the Garras boys. Attending the hockey game in Spokane last Sunday afer- noon were Mrs. Mabel Wayne, and Mrs. M.axine Ols'on and children. Mrs. Bert Parsha,H visited her moher, Mrs. Myrtle Ehr- gott, Friday. Mrs. Leona Widner v}sited fIends in Sprague }st week- arM. Among ,those she visited were   and Bessie Cameron, Rosie Van OMve and Mr. and Mrs. Fred J ,(flms(m,. Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with Heating Oils00 78 And All Standard Oil Products AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor CHENEY organized business meeting, Windsor gave an e,tertaining program and Four Corners the special floor work. 101 aduls and two children were pre,sen and refreshments were served. CARDS PLAYED There were eigh table,s of pinochle at at Ohe:ney grange hall last Saturday eve- ning. H}gh went to Mrs. A. Babb and M's Me, ford; low to Burt Sweeney and Mrs. Anna Marshall News By Mrs. Lorraine Gonia RI 7-9005 CARNIVAL DATE SET The nLua Windsor PTO carnival has been set for St- urday, April 4, from 6 to 10 p. m. in the Windsor autor- ium. Curt Diteman, nival chaina,n, has named commdt- tees nd they van al,1 use heipers. Mrs. Loyal Ldveil has been put in charge of the dravkng for ,the prizes, which inetude a portable television, nine transistor portable ardi.os, an electAc .tooth brush and several cash prizes. Ge your tickets from your avorRe etu- de,nit, ,as they are wrkg for several cash prizes in a con- test for the top boy and girl sales,man and second prize for a girl nd boy. EAST CHENEY GRANGE HOST East Cheney grange was ,host or a fellowp meeting PhR, lips; traveirg to H. E. Kruse and Seer pvie to Mrs. Agnes Sperber. Net card par- ty is March 14 with Patricia Greenwood, Anna Phillips and Mirmie Witten'bch hostesses. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Otarence Davis spent tast Sunday wth Mr. and Mrs. David Btddrius and baby Duane of Almir. Mrs. See Labish, Miss Joyce Labish and Miss Bta Wahl were last Sunday guests of Mrs. E. V. Stewart of Coeur d'Ale,ne. Mr. ,and Mrs. Jmes B hck- shaw visited with Mr. a, nd Mrs. C. W. Brown last Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllam Thu- km and son Billy, of Spokane, were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips and John,ny, Mr. and Mrs. Doughs Klle of Thorn- ton. Shirtey, Dick and Oonnie joined them later. Mrs. Bette Rabb, Mrs. Esth- er Stelzer and I)on MaeQuar- rie were last week callers at the Anna PhHHps place. Friday, Feb. 21. The Foe" Corners grange pu on oor work arid Wirdor .grange had the program. FOUR CORNERS GRANGE SPONSORS CARD PARTY The Four Corners grange held its regular meeting Feb. 20. The grange will sponsor a luncheon 'and card party at the Ca rrmtion hostess room Thursday, March 12, at 12:30 p. m. MISSIONARY IS SPEAKER Guest speaker ,at the Mar- shall Comunty Church Sun- day morning was Rev. Fred Me- Grew. Rev. McGraw is a mis- siorary from Idonesha. YAKIMA TRIP TAKEN Rev. nd Mrs. R. J. Lan- phere of he Marsh,aft Com- muraty Church chaperoned the Slmdle High Selml Con- cert Otmir to Ya, kima. The choir entrained the Wa- iz!gton Eduea'ts Assochtion. )ERSONAL MENTIONS Leona Chase returned ,ome from the hospital last week. Weekend guest of Veoa Pet- evs was Connie Elde of SFo- kane. Thursday night a potluck dinner was given for Mr. and Mrs. Archie C:onley. The din- Friday, February 28, 1964 a Pasco hsptal with tmeu- monia. She is the granddaugh- ter of Mr. arid Mrs. J. 0. Scroggie. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tiedt visi,ted her mother, Mrs. Kath- erine Wegele in Spokane Sun- day aftrroo. Mrs. Anrm Notley and Mrs. Frances Lund arrived at the Anderson ,home Friday eve- nLiln!g fter spendlng some time with Mr. ad Mrs. Irry Welch and family at PuRan. Charles Canpbel visited Mrs. Robex Anderson Tuesday ad then left for a stay in Arizona. obert Dowrmn of Ewan was a Sunday visitor t the Ander. son home. Mr. arid Mrs. lay Montague also visited the An- desns during the week. Last Tuesday afte,rnoo Mr. and Mrs. Hem'y Franz visited Mr. arid Mrs. Idorer Pierce. Mrs. Franz called on Mrs. Gadys P almer and Andy Pence Wednesday atermon. Mrs. Franz visited .Imr par- en:ts, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cor- ley at Elk Thursday. J. O. Scroggie vsted Mr. and Mrs. Hem'y Franz Friday ternon. As Mrs. C. E. Corley had to return to the Sacred Heart hospital Saturday for tat- merit of a bloed condition, the Franzes were with her Satur- I ner was held in the lower audi- J day, and visited ,her. Sunday torium of the Marshall Cm- and Monday also. Mr. and Mrs. muIRty ChurCh,  . Mr. and Mrs. l Hem'y Fraaz were dinner Conley, formerly of Cheney, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. have moved to Spokane. Con- Harry Smith in Spokane. They ley was a former board mem- had Sunday supper wth Mr. bar of the church, and Mrs. Daryl Franz. Ruh Peters s a guest Sat- urday of Lois B}eeker. Lance Hill By Luella Dow Mrs. Otto Scknfitt vsited Mrs. Louie Frmz last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Movatt and Kimberly were nner,,r guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. O,tto Sekmitt. Mrs. Dean Scrg,gie and Dena called ,on Mr. a,nd Mrs. J. O. Scroggie Monday. The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Swnda Jr. is still cordined to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McKay were dinner guests Wed,nee- day ,of Mr. and Mrs. Gle,n Car- t er ,at Coax. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Don McK, ay and fam- ily Friday in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Pbet Scrog- gie entertained Saturday night with a birthday dirmer for their little girl, Suzanne. Pres- ert to watch Suzazme Mow out four candles on the. cake were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Polda and family of Lament. Mrs. Dean Scroggie and Dena eMled on Mrs. Robert Scroggie M(mday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fak visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Walle D,o' and Teresa Sunday afternoon. Idher00 Vou I-h#.Your I-Iome ELEOTRIOMff/ You'll laugh at the outside weather, when electric house heating gives you sunshine warmth every day- the exact temperature you want- in every room. You'll say goodbye to drafts, cold spots, hard-to-heat rooms. 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LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY Chermy Free Press Page $ Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulscn Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington. County of Spo- kaze.--ss. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hen. Superior Court of Soo- karm County, on the 4th day of February. 1964, by the Clerk thereof, in tha ease of Fidelity Savings & Loan Associatior*. a corporation Plaintiff versus Merle W. Claflin etux, etal Defendants. No. 172214, and to me. as Sheriff, direeted and dclivered. 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 tea o'clock a. m. ou the 13th day of March, 1964, at the South Courthouse Door, Spokane, in Spokane County0 in the State of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the above named defendants in amd to the fol- lowi described real property, to-wit: Lot Eight (8) in Block One (1) of Amended Plat of Cozza 4th Additior, in the County of Spokane and State of Washington, as per map thereof . recorded in Book 3 of Plats, page 74, in the office of the County Audttor of said County To satisfy a judgment in favor of Fidelity Savings & Loar, Association, a corporation and against Merle W. Claflin and Alice L. Clafiin, husband and wife. individually, and against the commur*ity composed of them Amountiug to Twelve Thousanl Four Hundred Seventy Six and 02/100 ($12,476.02) Dollars with interest at 41 per cent per annum from May 1, 1963 and $800.00 attorney's fees and $69.90 costs and inereasod 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) E. W. VAN TYEN 604 Great Western Bldg., Spokane, Wn. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. Y4395 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of OLIE A. KESSLER, deceased. State of Washingtot County of Spo- kane.--B. Notice is hereby given that E. W. Van Tyen. the Adminiistrator of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlemert to and filed ir the Superior Court of Spokane County, State of Washington his Final Account as such Administrator and a petition for the distribution of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate, dis- tribute the property to the heirs or ver- sons entitled to the same, amt discharge the said E. W. Van Tyen, and that Mon- day the 16th day of March, 1964. at the hour of 9:30 o'clock a. m.. at the Court room of our said Superior Court in the City of Spokane, in mid Spokane County, has been duly fixed for the hearing and settlememt of said Final Account nnd Petition for Distribution, at which time ami place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writ. Ing thereto and contest the ume. Dated this 6th day of February, 1964. Geo. E. Fallquist, County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. By Ralph V. Renwlek, Deputy. (Feb. 14-28) T. G. PATTERSON 628 ONB Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. T6559 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of CHRIS P. AUDEL, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has beett appointed Executor of the above estate in this Curt and has qualified accordingly, and that all per. sons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified with necessary vouchers upon the undersigned at Spokane, Washingn or Ulmn T. G. Patterson the attorney of record at his office at 628 Old Nat- ional Bank Bldg., Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of sueh service in the office of the Clerk of the 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 publication of thi notice is 14th day of February. 1964. Donald Audel Executor of the above estate. T. G. Patterson Attorney 628 ONB BLDG., Sookane, Wash.. (Feb. 14-28) T. G. PATTERSON S|80. N. B. Bldg., Spokane, Wasit. NOTICE O CREDITORS No. V6548 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in aml for the, County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of JENNIE H. EDE, deceased. Notice is hereby given timt the under- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this Court and has qoatified accordingly, and that all persons having claims affainst said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at Spokane, Washington or upon T. G. Patterson, the attorney of record at his office at 628 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Washing- ton, and file such elaim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane. Washington, within six mouths after the first publication uf this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 14th day of February, 1964. T. G. Patterson Executor of the above estate. T. G. Patterson Attorney 628 ONB BLDG., Spokane, Wash. . (Feb. 14-28) T. G. PATTERSON 628 ONB Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS N. Y6422 Ia the Superior Court of the State of Washington ir and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Ftate of GUSTAVE B. WESTBERG and OLGA M. WESTBERG, his wife, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Administrato iof the above estate in this Court, end has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said deceas- ed are required to serve claims, duly veri- fied, with necessary vouchers, upo the udnersigned at Spokane, Washington or upot T. G. Patterson the attorney of record at his office at 628 Old National Bank Bldg., Spokane, Wash. and file ueh claim with Izmof of such service it the office of the clerk of the above court at the the city of Spokane, Wn, within mix months after the first publication of tht notice or they will be forever barred. Date of the fh'st  of thl Robert J. of the above estt T. G. Pattartn Attorney 628 ONB Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Feb. I4-25) MRmm A. jOHNSON SIS   Chem.. ,Vlrada. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No 76631 In the Superior Court of the State o Wuhington in and for the Cmmty o f Spokane. I the Matter of the Estate of EARL L. McDONALD, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in thl Court and has qualified accordingly and that all persons having claims agalnrt said ee- tate are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 318 First Street, Cheney, Washington or upon Merritt A, Johnson, the attorney of record at his office at 318 First Street. Cheney, Wash- ington and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at the city of Spokane, Washtngtot within six months after the first publication of this notice* or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this nc4ice is 28th day of Felruary. 1964. Bessie McCarter Executrix of the above estate. Merritt A. Johnson Atterr*ey 318 First St., Cheney, Wash. (Feb. 28-March 13)