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Page 8 Cheney Free Pres Friday, Febrtmry 28, 1964 NEXT STOP: STATEI--Jim Hillbrick (53) showed the form which netted him 17 points in Medical Lake&apos;s 68-63 win over Cheney here last Friday. The win earned the Cardinals a trip to the state class A besketbelr tournament next month at Ta- coma. Cheney's John Marsh is checking Hillbrick. Cardinals Earn Tacoma Trip By BeatingCheney The balls are back ,in the locker for Cheney basketball ptayers for another year. Medical Lake rope:sLed an overtime win over the B}ack- hawks last Friday night .to nail down a trip to the state class A tournament next month at Tacoma ,and scftle Cheney's hopes foe the trip. Medical Lake bounced Che- n:ey 68-63 at the CHS ,gnna- sum zn a single oveime. Cheney had tied the game at 63 63 all after trai, Iig mot of ROTC Rifle Match At WSU Saturday lastern Washington State CoUge's Army Reserve Offic- ers Training Corps rifle team meet teams from Cnzag University, University of Ida- ho and W, ashmgtn Ste Uni- versity in an InvRa,ti<ml Rifle 5atch at WSU Satuay. Fa,1 match of the year will be March 7 wimn the Annual Inland Empire Conference Match will be held at WSU. ALLEY ANTICS Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 73 27 Christian Church 60 40 R. O. T.C. 62 48 Hacienda 50 60 Outlaws 47 63 Nabisco 441j 551/'2 Free Press 38 62 Brown & Holter 351/s 641 Fire Department 1030, 2973; R. Pug- mire 218; G. Fossum 569. 50elock Mixed Splits & Misses 4 41/ the way. Medical Lake led 35- 30 ,at halftime. The Cardinals scored five points in overtime while blanking the Black- hawks. Saturday night Cheney closed out the season by mp- ping Mead 52-50. The win gave Cheney a season record of 14- 6. The losses all came in pairs --two to Pullman, Colv"te and Medical Lake. Gary Oh,sow and Bob Mar- salts hit 19 each in Medical Lake's win over Gheney. Jolm Fletcher had 16 for Cheney. John Mawh had 17 in the Mead win. Cheney-Medical Lake M. L. 20 IS 18 lO 5--68 C 14 16 16 17 0---63 Medical Lake (68)--Gary Glasgow 19, Jim Hillbrick 17, Bob Marsalis 19, Allen Gil- breth 4, Larry Tarrant 9. Cheney (63)--John Marsh 14, Howard Marsh 15, John Fletcher 16, Randy Liddell 9, Mike Liddell 4, Chuck Dittmar 3. Cheney-Mead Cheney (52)--John Marsh 17, Howard Marsh 13, John Fletcher 8 Randy Liddell 7, Chuck Dittr 7. Mead (50)--Charlie Soliday 1, Bob Spears 13, Jerry Carl- son 4, Jon Sonstelie 3, Roger Durheim 23, Wayne Hardan 4, Don Templeton 2. Pin Pals Sure Fires Comets SAW Amberites Calverts Reserve 45 51 Ringadings 431/ 5212 Rilgadings 2316, Pin Pals 811; Del- bert Spear 200, 494 ; Idla McKinle 188; Jeanette Stiffler 472. Koffee Kun Keglers Shirt Tales 0% 37% Four QueatioD Marks 60 88 B Plus 49 38 G. I. Jones 48 40 Pill Rollers 411 431 Corny Cobs 41 47 S. O.G. 41 4'/ Krazy KaLes 31 7 Four Question Marks 2125, 768: Vir- ginia Corbit 193-" Zelma Heyer 462. Timber Toppers  Bantam8 Bench Warmers 28 13 Rats 18 18 49% 46% 46% 'l Melvilles Attend $.9% 46% 47% 48_,lRelative,s Funeral 45 51 Mr. ,and Mrs. E. A. Melville and Mrs. R. D. New.el went to Spokane on Tuesday for the funeral of a retive, Mrs. Arno (Rena D.) MeIville, who died lst week i Spokane after a lirlgeng illness. Ser- vis were h01d at Hazen and Jester Funeral home at 11 a. ira., with the btwial in Mars- bee cemetery at Sprgue. Rev. Richard Steward oficiatd. punky Stinkers 88299(2 % lBetty EricksVn, Gret FlS, Mike Krebebach 132, 24 (.m),., ! Mo-t two sou Axno Mel- Timber Toppers  auldo I" ...... , "' ' ..... Team No. 3  [vill Jr., Wa'la Vd, av.a WU- Team No. 4 $8  a 2 4' /lam MeLviLle, Lanm, and Team No. 2 1 2 , . Team No. 1 10 e /broer4n-law, E. A. Melville Team No. 4 1498, 515 Jimmy "Dek/,.eBe 186. 486. / II: ,y. SEE OUR WINDOWS Interfaith MarriageslExamined By Alfred J. Prince Assistant Professor of Sociology Eastern Washingto n State College INTERFAITH MARRIAGES How successful ,&re inter- faith mrrages? What are the major reas of corfflict in such uiors? How do couples re- solve their differences over religion? tIow successful are childless mixed marriages? Our study of several hund- red cross-relgion marriages throughout the country sought ansvers to these questions. Couples in our sample had been married from six months to 46 years with an average of ] 0 years and five months. Ap- proximately 10 per cent bad been married 20 years ov more. Less than six per cent were married under two years. Our study of cross-religion marriages also in'luded the study of intevdenominationM marriages or marriages be- tween members of Protestant groups. Length of marriage for couples in this group was ap- proximately he same as for the interfaith m,arriage group. Some Childless Approximately one-third of the irteth marriages and 25 per ca of e interdenom- inational marriages were cKfld- less. Of the chiless couples move than one-third had ben married five years or more. Few had been married less than two years. Our data shows that Protest-- ants :and Catholics have inter- married wih each other ,far move frequently th,an with Jews. Jews have intormarried with Protestants move freq- uently than with Catholics. These findings ate in agree- ment with those reported in a recent eonsus survey of inter- faith marriages in the United Stes. The cumulative effect o.f mixed religious marriages is evident by the fact that mre than half the spouse,s were t:hemselves off-spring of a cross-religion marriage. Discussion Wanted With whom do mdividuals contemplating a mixed relig- zous marriage discuss their problem? Pe,rsons consulted most often by both pouces were, in order::'mothe; aher; clergyman; aiblg; friend; avl rel, ative. Move lan 90 per eeoc of the spouses had discussed .their c.ssrelii.. nrrage with oe or more of the per- sor listed. Approximatety 75 per sent of the couples m ,the interith marriage g.rotp and 85per ceBt in eehe irtevdenomiation. al group were married by a re. ligious official. More Shan ha ,the men and approximateIy threeqifths of the wome reported they at- I tended church ree times a month or mope before mar- riage. The question arises: What effect does marryirg outslde one's faith have on church at- tendance after marivage? Pour out of five .spouses Who con- tracted interfaith marriages reported their church attend- ance after marriage remained the same ,or increased. Protes- tant men w, ho contracted freer- denominational marriages showed the highest percentage increase. Surprisingly, Protest- ant wmen in this same group :reported the ,tfighest percent- i age decrease in church attend- anne after marriage. Alternatives Few When people .of different re- ligious faiths marry th,re are few alternatives opetn: to them for resolving ttmir differences over religion: the spouses may maintain their own; one spouse may adopt the faith of the other; both spouses may adopt a new religion accept- able to bath ,of them; or they may follow rm religion. In more ,than 65 per cert of the interfaith marriages, the spouses maintained their own faith. Our data thus corrobov- ate the findings of other stud- ies Which show that couples in interfaith ,marriages attempt to resolve th, e differences aver religion most often by each spouse maintaining his or her own religious faRh. On the other hand, couples who con, traed interd.enomina- tionl marriages attempted to resolve their religious differ- ences most often by one spouse adopng the aith of the other. Woman Change Most In inteVdeln, omirmtonal mar- riages either spouse was equal- ly likely to ehange to the faith of .the other. In interfaith mar- riagos, however, the wife changed religion mare than ,twice as often as did he hus- band. Most conversions to the faith of the partner took place bfore the .cud of the first year of marriage. Studies show that children i,n mixed religious marriages tend to follow the faRh of the mother'. In our study, approx- imately 55 per cent of the C'hil- dre, n fol.Iowed the aith of the me,bar, 40 per .cent foB0,ed the ,faith. of the faer, and approximately five per cnt ,adopte4 ? rein' difd'et from tba'of .both re or had no religious affiation. Out'data also showed, ,how- ever, that when one prent, re- gardless of sex, was Cathlfc or Jewish, the children were u.stmlly reared in he atIic or JewiSh faith, respectively. More than half the spouses wo conWacted interfaith mar- ridges un,d approximately 70 per cent of those in the inter- derominational m a r r i a g e group were either very much satisfied or entirely satisfied with their marriage. Less than 10 per cent reported .any de- gree of dissatisfac'on. No rehtionsp was found between degrees of satisfac- tion with the marr'mge and the religious com,binaion of the couple. Ftwthermore, couples with- out children were net signif- icantly more satisfied with their maTriage than were couples with children. Some Less Satisfied Couples who mainlined ,their own religion, however tended to be Iess satisfied with their marri, age than were the couples who resolved their dif- ferences over religion by one spouse adopting the faith og the other. This was true for couples in both the interfaith and intrdermminaonal ,mar- riage groups. What are khe .major Teas of eorrflict in cress-religion mar- riages? Sources of friction mast often reparted by spous- es in both inteataith and inter- denominational m a r r i a g e s were, in order: conflict OVeT religion the children will fob low; conflict over chtaxh at- tendance; conflict over inter- ference of in,laws in religious matters; and confKet over size of family and/or spacing of children. Most couples repod- ed they had experienced one or more of the problems listed. Children Main Object Three out of five couples reperted their major area of conflict was fricfio over the religion the .chiLdren would follow. Our research thus sup- ports the findings of oher studies which showy that the chief source of friction in mixed religious marriages cen- ters on the xeligious raining of the children. It was iHtoresting to note that coupledthvut chi, ldrei reported this as one of their major areas of conflict. The problem was reported second in frequency by this group; the first vas con,flirt over church attendance. Do individuals vho, cross re- ligious lines ,and marry regret their decision? Give a second charme would they marry across reIigious lines again? TWO out of tree spouses stat- ed they would marry outside t'he aith a second time. Less than 10 per cent tepee,ted the,y would not. Tle remainder were tmdeci.ded. NEXT WEEK: Sex and Courtship. WiI we egret it? Will it strengthen our relation- ship? N S A L Ell \\; What if your advertising message were to be delivered to your customers in newspapers print- ed with disappearing ink? The customer would have to be on hand when the newspaper was delivered and would have to read your message within 5 to 10 seconds or it would be gone forever like a radio or TV ad mes- sage. You, Mr. Advertiser, would quickly cry "No" and demand a return to the normal, regular news- paper which can be picked up at any time by the customer who can read and re-read it at his leis- ure. That's why good 'merchandisers know that an ad with the best pulling power is an ad in the col- umns of .... Cheney Free Press Phone 235-6513 Cheney, Wash. SMITH, SMITH & SMITH 615 Spokane & Eastern Bldg.. Spokane NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 73764 In, the Superior Court of the State of Washington in arid for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of :,AURA BORDENS, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has be.n appointed Administrator of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, anal that all persons havir claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 615 Simkanc and Easter Buildi;, Spokane, Wash- ington or upon Lawrence Cary Smith the attorney of record at his office at 615 Spokane and Eastern Building, Spo- kane, Washington and file such claim with proof of such service in, the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokan, e, Washington. ithin six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of th efirst publication of this notice is 28th day of February. 1964. Lawrence Cary Smith Administra- tor of the above estate. Lawrence Cary Smith Attorney 615 Spokane & Eastern Building Spokane, Washington. (Feb. 28-March 13) Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 91! Paulen Bldg., Spokane. Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 75214 In the Superior Court of the State 64 Washington in and for the Comity of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of FRED O. DAWSON, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Donald W. Bartlett. the Administrator of the above estate, hus rendered and presented for settlement to. and filed in the SuperiOr Court of Spokane County. State of Washington his Final Account as such Administrator and a petition for the dis- tribution 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, anal dis- charge the said Administrator, and that Thursday, the. 26th day of March, 1964, at the hour of 3:30 o'clock p, m., at the Court room of our said Superior Court, in the City of Spokane, in eaid Spokane County, has been duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final Accoun and Petition for Dis- tribution, at which time and place any person iterested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writ- ir*g thereto and contest the same. Dated this 20th day of February. 1964. Gee. E. Fallquist Oounty Clerk an Clerk of the Superior Court. By R. D. Tucker. Deputy (Feb. 28-March 13) SHARPE, TWIGG & BENNETT W. 1115 Broadway Ave., Spokane, Wn. NOTICE TO CREDITORS N. 76503 In the Superior Court of the State of Washirgton in and for the County of I Spokare. ] In the Matter of the Estate of i KENNETH W. ALLEN, An incompet-I ent person. I Notice is hereby given that the under- sint,d hm been al)poinl ed Guardian I of the above estate in this Court and[ has qualified accordingly, anti that all persons having claims against said In-] competent are required to serve claims, duly verified, with n'essary vouchers upon the undersigned at W. 1115 Broad- way Avenue, Spokane, Washington or upon Willard J. Sharpe the attorney of record at his office at W. 1115 Broad- ay Ave., Spokane, Washinor, and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk oi above Cburt at the City of Spokane, \\;Vashingtor, within six months after the first publication ot this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of thi nice is 28th day of February. 1964. Willard J. Sharpe, guardian, of the above estate. Willard J. Sharpe Attorney W. 1115 Broadway Ave, Spokane, Wash. (Feb. 28-March 13) McKevitt. Snyder & Thom 711 Old National Bank Building Spokane, Washington NOTICE of SETTLEMENT of ESTATE No. Y4564 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County oi Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate oi EDNA J. KANN, deceased. tate of Washington. County of Spo- kanm.--e. Notice is hereby given that Washington Trust Bank, the Executor of the above estate has rendered and presented for settlement to. and filed in the Superior Conrt of Spokane County. State of Washington its Final Account as such Executor 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 en- titled to the same, and discharge the said Executor, and that Friday. the 13th day of March, 1964, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.. at the court room of our said Superior Court. in the City of Spokane, in said Spokane County. has been duly fixed for the hearing ar, d settlement of said Final Account and Petition for Distribution. at which time and place arr] person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and contest the same. Dated this 10th day of February, 1964. Gee. E. Fallquist County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. By Harry T. Heinzen, Deputy (Feb. 14-28) Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 173277 In the Superior Court of the State of Wahingtor in and for the County of Spo]ne. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, a corporation, Plaintiff vs. Thomas L. Steeves and Midori SLeeves, hsuband and wife, Defendants. State of Washington to the Defendants, Thomas L. Stearns amt Midori Stearns, husband mad wife. You are hereby summoned to appear in the above entitled court within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publicatio of this sumomns, to-wit : Within sixty (60) days after the 7th day of February, 1964 and defend the above entitled actioD in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer on the undersigned attor- neys for plaiotiff at their postoffice addre below atated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of said complaint which has beem filed with the clerk of said court. This action is commenced by the plain- tiff, to foreclose a certain mortgage executed by Thomem L. Stecves to J. L. Cooper & Co. and thereafter assigned to the plaintiff, which mortgage is recorded i 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 eel. "M" of plats, page 48, ir* the City of Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. It is the further object of said action to bar the defendants of all right, title, lien or estate in and t o said prem- ises except the right of Z'edemption provided by statute. Hamblen. Gilbert & Brooke Attorneys for Plaintiff By Philip S. Brooke Postofnce Address : 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wn.--99201 (Feb. 7-Mareh 13) Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Puuisen ldg., Hpokane 1, Wash. SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 173278 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington,  ,or the County of Spokane. Metropolitan Life Inemrance Company, a corporation Plaintiff vs. Margaret E. Miller, a widow, and Margaret E. Mil- ler as Executrix of the Estate of Don- ald J. Miller, deceased; and the Un- known Heirs of Donald J. Miller. De- ceased, DefendaBts. State of Washingtor* to the Defend- ants the Unknown Heirs of Doald J. Miller. deceased. You are hereby summoned to appear in the above entitled court withi sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit: Within sixty (60) days after the 7th day of February, 1964, and defend the above ertitled actio$ titled court, and of the plaintiff, your answer on the hey for plaintiff ut dress below stated, failure so to against you of said complaint. with the clerk of This action is )laintiff to foreclose executed by Donald ceased) and wife. to J. L. after assigned to mortgage is Mortgages, page 438, following described Lot 6, Block 2, cording to plat Plats, page 130, kane, Sleek ann It is the further to bar the title, lie or estate ises except the right vided by statute. Hambien, By Philip S. Plaintiff. Pvetoffice Address: 912 Paulsen Bldg., 9201 (Feb. ..... ]osE?H 509-13 Radio Centrsl SUMMONS No. In the Justice Washington in and Spokane. R. Z. GROVE A. BOOT and band and wife, The State of A. Boot,Defendant : You are hereby i the above (60) days after licatio of this sixty (60) days and defend in the Court Complair of the serve 'a copy of undersigned at his address of your failure will be rendered to the demand has been filed Court. The object action is the Rosella Boot, in $2,275.70, plus on from September costs, $185.00 and plaintiff's the ollowing Lots 38, 39 Spokane Terrace of Spokane in t Spokane County, i and to have such prior to the fendants, and to Sheriff's sales in by law. Joseph Nappi Post Office 509-512 Radio Spokane, (Jan. GEORGE R. 726 Hutton NOTICE No. In ! he Superior of Washington io Spokane. In the Matter' THOMAS Notke is Itrby signed has been of tbe above estate qualified sons having claims are required to verified with the undersigned at ton or upon attorney of record Hutton Bldg., and file such such service i the the above Court kune, after the first or they wilt be Date of first notice is 7th day e Myrtle C. above estate. George R. 726 Hutton Bldg.. (Feb. 418 Symons NOTICE No. IB the Superior Washington, in Spokane. In the Matter MARIE M. State of kane.---ss. Notice is hereby Schoeberg, the estate, has settlement to, Court of Spokane ington his Final tor and a petition said estate, in to settle said perty to the heirS to the Executor, and of March, 1964, o'clock p. m., at said Superior Spokane, in beeen duly fixed settlement of Petition for and place any estate may tions in writing same. Dated this 19th George E. and Clerk of (Feb. 2 Kizer, Gaiser, 1224 Old Spokane, SUMMONS In the Superior Washington, in Spokane. DELORES M. WAYNE H. The State of Stinger. i You are within 60 publication of 60 days after defend the above above entitled court plaint of plaintiff your answer torneys for stated; and in do so, you according to complairt which the clerk of said this action herein is to obtai and plaintiff's of the action. /s/William J. Stoeve, Layma 1224 Old Spokane, Attorneys for {Feb. 21 604 Fidelity Bldg., NOTICE OF No. In the Superior Washinrton in Spokane. In the Matter RAE B. ZiP State of kane.--ss. Notice is hereby Cooper, the estate, has settlement to. Court of Spokane ington her Final trix and a of said estate. to settle said pert), to the heirs the same, and utrix, and that day of March hour of 11:30 room of our said Pity of Spokane. in has beer* settlement of said titlon for and place any estate may Lions In writing ' iame. Dated ibis 7th  Gee'. E, Fall Clerk of the By !alph V. (Feb.