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Yriay, March 19, 1965 eney Free Press Page Four Lakes NT HUB CLUB MET :AhGglD tbOg:b met Tues. d'HaYur Mrarah9ant at ftoh f 2lnde luncheon. Attending were Mes. TOP QUALITY 3 blocks to college, Irene Place Addition, with ceramic tile, plus rough-in for 3rd bath. beret., garage, G. E. built-in range and dishwasher, plus separate dining room, white Roman firept]ace and tin,had fireplace in future roam. Ready for occupancy. Fu price $21,000. payment with reasorable monthly payments. CALL 235-4778 (tames N. Haldey, E. Stowe, B. Klirm, E. Lovell, M. Dirks, G. Calsyn, L. Schmidt, L. Barrick and guest, Mrs. John Becket. It was decided to donae $5 to the Civic Theater building fund. Edna Lovell is in charge of securing a table for the club. Mrs. Lovell ..and Mrs. IOine gave a lesson :on bedside ame care .of the ill. The next meet- ing win be March 25 at the 00,ollege Will Auction Off Three Houses And Other Items Three h,ouses, which must be moved from the property, and hundreds .of such used items as tables, chairs, desks, cots, kit- chen ,andi office equipment will be sold at an auction by the S',ate of Washing,n division: of purctasng at Eastern Wash- ington State Colle,ge April 3... The auction will begin al 10 a. m. at the three .houses, lo- cated on the EWSC caraus in Chancy at 108 N. 10th St., 936 Elm St., and at 510 Ni,th St. Auction of the other ims will be held at the EWSC re- ceiv'mg warelouse ,and wl con- tinge until all items are sold. 1ST TIME FOR SALE BDRM. Kitchen wth eating space, separate din- l, large living room with firephce. Thermopane baked enaTnel exterior siding, patio arid sprik- Excellent location. FHA appraisal $19,275.00 ,appt. BEING BUILT with double entry, daylight basements, to $17,900.00. Choice locations. See our plans. WORTH SEEING BDRM. family ome. New baseboard electric plumbing fixtures. Completey redecorated inter- on 2 choice lots. Owner leaving, must sell. 950.00 Reasonable down payment. NEAR COLLEGE lED 3 BDRM home including range, refrigerator, dryer. Absentee owner wants to sell. Full price Let's talk terms. BUY OR RENT on goad commerdal prepcrty. Rented at $3,500.00. $500 dn. Bal. $35.00 per me. CALL 235-4778 1 i MI have building sites arrange custom building arrange financing trade & excharge all property setl .lmnes, business opportunities, farms and acreage need listings Wm. P. Geschke TRI-STATE REALTY INC. PHONE 235-4478 CHENEY, WASH. .E FHA alraisal ).00 Sml down construction, convemences. unit could make Schons 235- Realty FA 7-7777. ml9a2p rug 12' x 14' x 6' condition Mob_s, phone 235- m19 boat lader for top priced. 205 Pine S., 235- IO FOR SALE !For sle-two bedroom house, $3250. 713 2ndi, Chermy. Write ]ox 17922, Bridgeport, Wash. m19v Scratch pads of bond paper three sizes, 3x5, 4x6, and 5x8, at 40c per pound at The Free Press. ml9tf Conditi0ed alfalfa-grass hay, I  in barn, $25.00 ton. Herb WigWams, plmne Edveat 514 i evenings, m19-26p FOR RENT ml9p Almost new 1 BR Apt. includes ---- ran,ge & Refrig. $65.00 me. end tables, auto- 235-4175. ml9tf furnace. L. S. Lakes, RI 7- Avail, abte now. 1 bedroom 8x40 ml9p tailer at Suret Trailer park acres, 11/4 nes good well. m19-26p ots ready Water and sew- Also 27' one. hose, $1,450. SA 3-3161. m19-26p bedr(mm garden Sewer assess- Close to store and price $3750. or 235-4780. ml9 of all a The Fre jl5t: new 2 bedroom .sale. All electric, all in. Inquire at Station, Med- f26t d shop buiMing property. RI 7-2409. f26-m19p lumber, 2x6, M; 2x4, $35. & $48 M; 2x6 N. 2505 Center is one mile west WA 6-6756. m5-26 very reason- trumpet--used sacrifice. Con- 235-4414 fter weekends. HOMES lome for you Builders. .choice lots avail. on yours. Let your lanning. comoleee fi- trade. Chancy Bldg., contart R. Kvebs 310 "B" St. 235-4043. mlgtf One bedroom apartment for ren. Quiet. Near Louise An- derson dormitory. Ca 235- 4623. m19p FOR RDNT Construction equipment and tools. 2, 11/2, 3A ton trucks. For safiebuilding mater- ials at "dJ-mnt prices. ALl West Suppliers 625 G Street, Ckemey Phone 235-6370 mlPtf Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal ff you do not wish to sell. 414 First St., Cheney jl9tf WORK WANTED Day chad care t my home. Have fenced yard. Carol Mc- Nair, plmne 235-4737. m19 Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf @ WANTED Wanted pasture. Wallace Dow, Rt. 1, Cheney, 235-4473. I ml2-19p : Wafted--teacher for rural school,  miles from Col- vitae, eotmty seat of Stevens county, on paved oad ,ad marl route. One m0dean dass room wth recreation room in basement. GTades one through six inclusive, ,approximately 18 student. In very good untng and $ishg area. Co, tact Mil Creek School District No. 18, Esther Huguenin, Clerk Alladin Star Route, olvJle, Washing- ton. Phone MU 4-4897. ml9-A2 Wanted small cast iron cook stove. Heyer, Rt. 2, Box 65H Council reports' Cheney. ml5p ;ople ost their Apartment size electric range accidents in in good condition. Reason- able. Phorm 235-4785. mlPp townghip ,bl at 10 a. m. All are to bring a ,sack .lunch and coffee will be served. The Es- panola club will be guests. Members sh)uld oIso bring egg shells for the craft lesson. MEANEST PERSON STEALS CHURCH OIL Fue oil thieves have aain struck the Four Lakes church. Last year in February 100 gal- lons .of fuel oil was taken from the supply at the church. Now another 100 gaUons 'has been taken. This is a severe los o the church. Missionary meetings start on Sunday, March 20, at the 'church. A potluck dinner will be held after services. Evenin meetings will be held Sunday, and Tuesday 'at 7:30, with a different speaker each night. The Four Lakes Busy Fing- ers met Tuesday evening at the Humiston home in Hay- ford. Mary Ann Humiston and Cindy Miller gve demonstra- tions. The Ted Radon family were dinner guests Friday evening ,at the Lee Wilcox home. A weiner roast was enjoyed. The Radons were guests at the Bert Spears Saturday rig.ht in ie SPECIAL Custom butchering, your r]]ace, call collect an.ime. Carmen TE 8-3925, 25 ne radius. : ml9-a9V 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. jlStf [ LOST 2 back and wbte kittens, (me Local khools.May Get $132,637 in Govt. Impact Cash The Free Press received air- mail letters from Senator War- ren G. Magmtsen nd Cgress- man Foley saying tl the Che- nay school stri.ct la,s been tentatively designated to re- ceive $132,637 in federal funds. Serator Magnuson's letter fol- 10we in fl. I am advised by Dr. Francis Kepel, U. S. Oommissionr iof Education, tlrat the ederal payment for Cheney school d HOLD BIRTHDAY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ho'ldiy Do You entertained Sunda.v for reh- tires in honor ,of John Colbert's 21.st birthday. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gift- ing and Dean and Mr and Mrs. i Frank Paul and Mrs. Beuhh[ the wiley. Bert and Cindy l%a- d,on were the chefs. I From March 16, 1945 Dr. and Mrs. Miller attended! al I truck operators wanting the United Nations contest at[the'r' second quarter gasol'ine the high school ],ast Thursffay rations mailed to them should WEATHER max. min. pre. March 11 ............ 50 25 .11 Mareh 12 ............ 49 29 .00 March 13 ............ 52 28 .00 lW, areh 14 ............ 52 27 .00 arch 15 ............ 55 31 .00 Mach 16 ............ 34 11 .00 March 17 ............ 27 10 .00 night. Winners compete in Spo- kane at Samaritan lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pendell, Mrs. Barbara Mattausch and Lu Feayn attended the Early Birds at the Davenport Satur- day night. i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pendell, ]Mrs. Jessie Silcocks, Ha(ld Pendell, Jr., and Los Wetbe, Mr..and Mrs. Earl PendeH and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Phi'lipso ,attended the pancake break- fast Sunday morning in Che- nev. Mrs. Eaine Canning was called to Flagstaff, Ariz., last week where her dauffhter Mrs. Andrews underwent .stwgery. Sidney Larson spent Sunday visitirg the DaTrell Larsons in Spokane. Mrs. Lrson returned Sunday evening from 10 days on the coast with relatives and fNen,ds. Last weeks ca'lle,vs a the Sarah Kirkpatrick 'home were ttazel and Maude Povel, Jlaek Saub, Mrs. John Becker, Mr. Robak, Florence Kirkpatrick and .her aunt Ia.ttie Albert, and Mr. ard Mrs. Caude Gavr of Me,dical Lake. Mrs. Kirkparick as a est of Mrs. John necker one day last week and saw te new house the Beckers are building trict No. 360 has been ap- I proved. I The district is t etative,ly en- ti'ted to receive $132,637 for the fiscal year endindg next Jure 30, with $99,477 of this amount beAng certified for immedAae paymt. The check sh,ould reach the district with- in a few days. These fund,s ,are made avail- a'ble under Public La 874 which provides asst'ance r federally impacted school di tricts. They are to be used for the su.al sol, eel support pposes, D.._._.._ L_ including the purchve of text- I1[![|!I! Itf r books, payment of -.-..-sallies and the hundred ,and one ocher items goir into the mainten- whell7 ance of .our scheool districts. notify the local rationing board as soon as possible, said Mrs. Wilmar Kidwell, clerk. Harry Petrick has leased Rollie's Cafe from Rolland Johnstc.n and expects to re- open the restaurant by Mon- day, March 15 if possible. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jansen had as a weekend guest their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Stanley Jansen of Spokane. The Jan- sens' grandchildren, Donnie: and Lois Fristoe of Rockford have been visiting her for two! weeks. Items from the ioke column: We're broom mates, we sweep together, dust we two. (and) Definition of Cannibal: One who loves his fellow man-- with gravy. Grocery items from Gibson's Grocery: Sunshine Crackers, lb. 19c; Dude Ranch Syrup, 2 lb. bottle, 25c; Pancake Flour, Centennial, 10 Ibs. 75; Fresh Grapefruit, Texas pink, Ib 10. Meat items from the Gem Market: Sirloin Steak (9 points) lb. 35c Beef; Pot Roast (6 points) lb. 28; T-Bone Steak (9 points) lb. 38. Mrs. Earl Hilton (Ernestine McMillan) left this week for a visit with Mrs. Walter Green (Clara Findley) at Silverton, 10g ,hired, black sot on above Granite lake. Oregon. face, o'ther shor b:aired, 235- 6372. ml9 Classified advertisir, g does a great job , LARGE AA EGGS The Cheney Chapter of the Ildox. ..... 39c Future Farmers of America IITa'00:7 ,, . Will have complete control of the Chevron Station at 308 "1/ 3norren,ng First Street, Ibs. .... 591 Saturday, Mar(h 27 $1.00 Car Wash Free Coffee - Pick-Up Service You can relax when you're covered by Victor Wilson Insurance Public Auction The State of Washington will offer at public auction, April 3, 1965, starting at 10:00 a. m., at Eastern Washington State College, Cheney, Wash., the following items. Oral auction will continue until eli items are disposed of. This public auction is conducted by the State Division of Purchasing, Olympia, Wash. Yes, Madame Peaches 29 oz. 3 for $1 Betty Crocker ANGEL FOOD MIX 16 oz.... 39c Lea00ib Pork Chops lb. 59c CHUNK BOLOGNA I.b 39c Center Cut Silver Salmon Roast lb. ........ 59 Sweet Navel Oranges 8 Ibs. $1 Extra Fancy Red Delicious Apples 5 Ibs. ...... $1 Red Leaf Lettuce 2 heads. 25c GIBSON'S Thrift Store THREE HOUSES TO BE REMOVED FROM PROPERTY 1 house to be auctioned on EWSC campus at 10 a. m. April 3, at 510 9th street. 1 house rocated on EWSC campus at 936 Elm street. 1 house located on EWSC campus at 108 N. 10th street. Also many various office, household, restaurant end kitchen equipment items to be offered at the EWSC receiv. ing warehouse on Washington St. by DEPT. OF GENERAL ADMINISTRATION HARVEY L. INGRAM, MGR., SURPLUS PROPERTY Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SIXTY DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No, 177550 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingt,n in and for the County of Spokane. MetroI)litan Life Duran'e Company, a corporation Plaintiff VS, David E. McGiothen and Elsie M. Mc- Glothen, husi)and and wife; Joe J. Wood, also knowr as Joe Wocts, and Sylvia }l. Wood. husband and wife ; Robert R. Sehnert and Lois Sehnert, husband and wife; United States of America ; Spokane Credit Adjusters, Ir, c., a corl)oration; Bonded Adjustment company, a corWoration ; Vernon Han- son; Cummiras Diesel Sales, Inc., a cor- poration; and Aetrm Adjustment Co., Inc., a corporation, Defendants. State of Washingtorv to the Defend- ants: Robert R. Sehtert and Lois Sehn- art, husband and wife, Joe J. Wood, al known as Joe Woods, and Sylvia H. Wood. husbard and wife; and Ver- uort Ianson : You are hereby summoned to apt, ear in the above entitled court withir sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to- wit: Withir sixty (60) days after the 19th day of March. 1965, and defend the above entilted action in the above entitled Court, and answer the com- plaint of the plaintiff, a, ] serve a copy of your answer on the under- signed attorn*eys for plaintiff at their postoffice address below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgmert will be rendered against you according to the demand of said complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of uad Court. This actior* is commenced by the plain- tiff to foreclose a certain mortgage ex- ecuted by Robert R. Sehaert aand Lois Sehnert to J. L. Cooper & Co., and thereafter assigned to the plaintiff, which mortgage is recorded in Volume 906 of Mortgages, page 143, upon the following described property: Lot 8, Block 1, Mirebeau Rarmh Addition, according to plat recorded i Volume 4 of Plats, page 16, in Spo- kane County, Washington. It is the further object of said ac- tion to bar the defendar*ts from all right, title, lien or estate in and to said premises, except the right of re- demptior provided by statute, Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke By Philip S. Brooke Attorneys for Plaintiff 912 Paulsen Buildirg Spokane. Washington 99201 (March 19-April 23) Randall. Danskin, Lundin & Allis-- 440 Lincoln Bldg., Spokane, Wash. 99201 NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE :No. 76303 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington' in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN, PETERSON, deceased. State of Washiton, County of Spo- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby give that Thomas C., Hughes, the Executor of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to, a;d filed in the Superior Court of Spokane County, State of Wash- irton his Final Accoun as such Exec- utor and a petition, for the distribution of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate, distribute the property to the heirs or perns entitled to the same. and discharge the said Executor, and that Thursday the 15th day of April, 1966, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m,, at the Court room of our said Subtler Court. in the City of Spokane. in said Spokane Cour&y, has been duly fixed for the hearin and settlement of said Final Aceoun and Petition for Distribution, at which time and place an lrson interested i said estate may appear and file his excep- tions in writing thereto and contest the ame. Dated this 12th day of March. 1965. Gee. E. Failquist County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. By F]ward W, Huneke. Deputy (March 19-April 2) KEITH, WINSTON & REPSOLD S14 Spokane &Eastera Bldg., Spokane NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 8727 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, i and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of JULIAN DEWEY OFNER, a/k/a J. D. OFNER, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- aign has been appointed Administrator of the above estate in this court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims aainst said de- ceased are required to serve claims duly verified, with necessary vouchers. upon the undersigned at 514 Spokane & Eastern Building. Spokane. Waah- ingtor or upo Keith. Winston &Rep. sold the attorney of record at their office at 14 Spokane & Eastern Build- ing, Spokane. Washington and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane. Washington, within six months after the first publieation of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of thk notice is 19th day of March, 1965. Neiso B. Repsold Administrator of the above estate. Eeith, Winston & Repsold Attorneys 614 Spokane & Eastern Building Spokane. Washington (March 19-April 2) KATHLEEN M. TAFT Wt 10IS Garland Ave., Spokane NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 78957 In the SuperiOr Court of the State of Washingto In and for the ounty of Spokann. In the Matter of the Estate of THEODORE A. MACKEY, deceased. Notice f8 hereby given that the under- signed has been' appointed Executrix of the above estate i this Court and has qualified aeeordlly, and that all persona having eluims against said deceased are required to erve claims, duly verified, with necear vouch- ere upon the undersigned at North 4818 Elm, Spokane, Waahlngton uper* Kathlser M. Taft the attorney ( record at her office at West 1015 Garland, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of such 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 his notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 19th day of March, 1965. Audrey Morrissey Executrix of the above estate. Kathleen M, Taft. Attorney W. 1015 Garland. Spokane, Wash. (March 19-April 2} CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned until 1:30 p. m. o the 31st day of March, 1965, at the School Administration Office, 317 D. Street, Cheney, Washington, for the following items: Two school busses. Further information including speeifi- cations and bid forms, if required, may be secured from Cheney School Dis- trict No. 360, Administration Office, 317 D. Street. Cheney, Washingtor (March 12-17) MeGillivray, Jones, Clarke & Skiffner 309 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Washington SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 177374 In the Superior C)urt of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. Fidelity Savings & Loan Association,, n corporation. Plaintiff vs. Leslie Duane Keiser and Eva M. Keiser, husband and wife; Robert W. Danford and Pauline V. Danford, husband and wife; Roy S. Smith and Ida L. Smith. husband and wife; Robert Southwell as Trustee i Bankruptcy for Robert William Danford ; United States of Amer- ica; also All Other Persons or Parties Unknown claiming any right, title, es- tate, lien or interest ir the real estate derbed inthe Complaint herein; also the Unknown Heirs of ay of the above- named defendants who are now de- ceased. Defendants. State of Washingto to the said Leslie Duane Keiser and Eva M. Keiser. hus- band and wife; also all other persors or Parties Urknown claiming ary right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate de, scribed in the Complaint here- in; also the Un,known Heirs of any of the above-named defendants who are now deceased, Defendants: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first puh]ication of this Summons. to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the 19th day of March, 1965, and de- fend the above-entitled actior in the above-entitled court, and answer the complairt of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of yonr answer upon the under- signed attorney at his office below stat- ed; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you accordi;r to the demand of the complaint" wbich has been filed v:ith the Clerk of said Court. That the cause of action herein is for recovery of sums due ulon a prom- issory note executed by defendants Les- lie Duane Keiser and Eva M. Keiser, husband and wife, and assumed by de- fendants Robert W. Danford and Paul- ine V. Danford, husband and wife, to plaintiff, dated September 17, 1958, and to foreclose the mortgage secumr; aid note and for a deficiency judgment, Harvey W. Clarke, Attorney for Plaintiff Office and Post Office Address: 309 Fidelity Building Spokane, Washingtor* 99201 Date of first publication, March 19, 1965. (March 19-April 23) MICHAELSEN & RICHARD 2319 N. Monroe, Spokane, Wash. SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, i and for the County of Spokane. :No. 177510 WALTER R. SPARKS and FRANCES SPARKS, husband and wife, Plaintiffs, Alice Wills, if living, and if deceased, the unknown heirs at law of Alice Nills ; M a r y Etta Frey, if living, and if deceased, the unknowr* heirs at law of Mary Etta Frey; Charles Frey, if living, and if deceased, the unkncvr heirs at law of Charles FreT; Jennie Frey, if living, and if deceased, the urknown heirs at law of Jennie Fret ; Noah Frey, if living, and if deceased, the unkrmwn heirs at law of Noah Frey; Alma Frey, if living, and if deceased, the unknown heirs at law of Alma Frey; Jane Frey, if living, amt if deceased, the unknown heirs at law of Jane Frey; Kate Frey, if livir, g, and if deceased. the nnknown heirs at law of Kate Frey; Freida Frey, if living, and if deceased, the unknown heirs at law of Freida Frey; Iva Frey, if living, and if de- ceased, the unknown heirs at law of Ivan Frey; Jc.sia Corns, if living, and if deceased, the unkaoxn heirs at law of Josia Corns; Dolly Crns, if living, and if deceased, the unknown heirs at law of Dolly Carrs; Claude Gavillet" if living, and if deceased, the un&nown heirs at law of Claude Gavillet; June Gavillet, if living, and if deceased, the unknown heirs at law of June Gavillet ; Clarence Gavillet, if living, and if de- ceased, the unknown heirs at law of Clarence Gavillet ; and all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien, or interest in the real estate described in the Complailt herein, Defendants. State of Washingtor To: Alice Wills, if living, and if deceased, the unknoww heirs at law of Alice Wills ; Mary Etta Frey, if living, and if deceased, the umknown heirs at law of Mary tta Frey; Charles Frey, if living, and if deceed the unknown heirs at law of Charles FreT; Jennie Fr, if livirg, and if de- ceall, the unknown heirs at law of Jennie Frey; Noth FreT, if living, and if deceased, the unknown heirs at law of Noah Frey; Alma FreT, if living, and if deceased, the unknown heirs at law of Alma Frey; Jane Frey, if living, and if deceased, the unknow beird' at law of Alma Frey; Jae ]Prey, if living/and if deceased, the ur*known heirs at law of Jane Frey; Katae Fray, if living. and if deceased, the unknown heirs at law of Kate Frey; Frsida Frey. if liv- ing, sand if deceased, the unknow heirs at law of Freida Fret ; Ivan Frey, if living, and if deceased, the unknow heirs at law of Iva Frey; Josia Corns, if deceased, tbe uknnown heirs at law heirs at law of Josia Cams : Dolly Corns, if living, anad if deceased, the unknown heirs at law of Dolly Carny; Claude Gavillet, if living, anad if deceased, the unknown heirs at law of Claude Gav- iilet : June Gavillet, if living, and if de- ceased, the unknowr heirs at law of June Gavillet ; Clarence Gaviilet; if liv- ing and if deceased, the unknow heirs at law of Clareree Gavinet; and all other persons or parties unknowr claim- ing an right, title, estate, lien, or interest ir the real estate described in the Complaint herein. You and each of you are hereby sum- moned to appear in the above etitled Court within sixty (60) days after the date of the first puhlication of this Summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) day after the 19th day of March, 1965, and defend the above entitled action ir the above entitled Court, anad answer the Complaint of the plalltiffa, and serve a copy of your answer o the undereigned attorney for plaintiffs at his pot office addre below stated, and i ease of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of .said complaint" which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. This action is commenced by the plaintiffs, Waiter R. Sparks and Fran- ces Sparks, husband and wife, to quiet title i their name to the following de- scribed real estate, situate in Spokane County, Washington : The Nrtheast quarter (NE) of the Southwest quarter (SW%) of the Northwest quarter (NW%) of the Southeast quarter (SE) of Section 34, Township 25 North. Range 43, East of the WiUamette Meridian; situate ir* Spokane County, Washing- ton. Michaelsen & Richard By Howard K. Mlchaelaen Attorney for Plaintiffs (March 19-April 23) NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT APpLICA- TION NO. 18876 State of Washington Office of the Su- pervisor of Water Resources. Depart- ment of Colservatior Olympia. Take Notice: That Arthur L. Jones of Spokane, Washington on February 28, 1965, filed alplication for permit to divert the publie water of Silver Lake, in the amount of 0.1 second-foot, subject to existing rights, contin- uously each year for the purpose of domestic Supply; that the approximate Imint of diversion is located within Gov- ernment Lot  of Sectkm 16. Township 24 N., Range 41 E. V. M., in SImkane Cour#ty. An:," objections must be accompnied hy a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the State Supervisor of Water Resources withi thirtF ()) days from March 26, 1965. Witness my hated and offidal eal thts let day of March, 1965. M. G. Walker, State Supervisor of Water Resources. { March 19-26)