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! Waah. /6842 of the State of the County of Estate of deceased. given that the under- Executrix this Court and ami that all against said (le-lL , , ,, ,,H , , 0 serve claims. [ - "" ,, ,, ,. , essary vouchers, iI Classified Rates5 cents per I ...... LS'ok;e'Vt:h: word, with 75c minimt'm (or FOR SALE OR TRADE race at 628 Old/15 we-ds) Minim / Jing STmk-.,e i - , .. um adv. not ............ ,. .. . . . : uch claim|pald m cash will carry a 15ci 3 umt apt., all electmc. 716 tsrVia iuthe|billingcharge / First. Call SA 33211, Ext e, wno  [ " i 255. m20tf : the first pub" / ........................... I ................ or they will be ]@ FOR SALE ........ FOR RENT %6.f this i Three bedroom ,home, cose to Tlree bedroom house, unfurn- xecutrix of cllege. Inquire Hward ished. 235-6581. n29tf Washington Foes, Safeway sore, Cheney. j24 Spokane CREDITORs '/6888 of the State of the County of Matter of the Estate of CHESTER CHAPMAN, de- the under- Executrix this Court and ad that all said de- serve claims. Vouchers. 12 Radio or Calf scour pils 20c eaoh. Che- ney Drug. f7tf New 2 br. Tri-level with 3rd Br in dFaylite bsmt. Built in 6553. a3,ff Rng, freplace. $15,900. Terms. FOR RENT ....... Bob Wilson, 221 First. Home l  =.== phone 235-4175. a3tf/New 3 bedreo--m lu.sent 70,000 feet, new, surfaced! or lease in Four Lakes:, V2 lumber. 6, 10 and 12 inch block from Peoffce $80.00. sheathing, $45. M 2x4s $351RI 7-9076. im Mathews. al0p 3 bedroom unfurniShedhouse. Inquire College Inn, Cheney. m20 Two bedroom furnhed up,art- merit $57.50. Phone 235- (Cen, ter is 7700 Block East and file Trent). WA 6-6756.. ml3-myl in the cout t Lots, $1,200 and up, as low as $12.00 down, $12.00 moth Bb Wilson, 221 First. Home tion of this phone 235-4175. a3tf 1964. r o Several used televisiou sets aey your choice at $5.00, $10.00 and $15.00. Holmes Hdwe. m27-a10 1, Wash. $1 per day rezal for Elec- tric Carpet Shampooer with purchase of Blue Lustre. OfthethecountyState off Holme:s Hdwe. al0 Estet oi Large sized building lots, small dovn, terms on bahnce, lot No. 1. '50 chick electric brod- er. Two ,speed 3/8 electric drill said de- and .sabre saw, hrge mail box. serve claims. 235-4747. a3tf Vouchers. Sherwood or Upon Uaitan Barley seed. One year ot rec- from certification, $48.00 Bldg.. claim, ton. Doerschhg Bres., Swague, clerk phone 4442. a3-10p Used table modal television or they wil set. Not worth much, but it this still works. It's yours for $15. trix of the ;See Jack Pierce at Free Press. Wash. 1 pair It. ,green leather fol ,dg doors, reom dividers, etc. good condition. 235-4904. Wash. a3-10p of the State 4 inch jointer,plan,er, attached ths county of motor,like ,new. M. Shep- tate of ard, 235-63'63 evenings, al0 New 3-bedroom ]muse, full basemen, built in range, low down payment. $109.00 m,onty. 235-4938 days 23,5- 6354 nights, a3-1 upo Will- Older home. Four bedrooms, wo baths, oil heat. Two blocks from college, 235-4027 803 Em. alOft ce. or they Combi, rm.tion boat card camp :trailer, 16" wheels. 235- this 4949. al0 of the 14' boat with 25 lp eIecic  Was. sart motor a,nd trailer $375.00. 235-4127. MOp '" Spokane 5 Jhp Planet garden! tractor OESTATE with ,lew and cu;tvtor, 500 chick Cakes Eec. brooder, OfthethecountyState off  Wards tae model sepaatar sraall tble size parsteuizer Estate of all in No. 1 new contion coUnty of Spo- sell at bargain price. Also 4 2-year Hereford heifers in tol condition. 3' Cons baled a lfa Ray Shepard, Fish Lake, Tel. 235-6362. __a I___ HELP WANTED Ful time drug clerk. Apply in person, Che,ney Drug. al0 for yard work. lmne 235- 6638. al0 @ LOST Lot IaVov li.t yllw colfie. Oa 237-4246. - a, lOp of thls summons, to-wit: Within sixty days after the 10th day of April, 1964, and defend the above-entitled action in the above-entitled court, and answer the complair=t of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the under- signed attorneys for the plaintiff at their postoffice address below stated, and in case of your failure o to do. judgment will be rendered against you according to of the demand of sald complaint, which has ef been filed with the clerk of said court. o(fthe1I_et e $',- LeTahis action is commered by plaintiff. of adene Adams for the purpose of oh- de- taining an absolute and final decree of divorce from the defendant, John Quncy Adams, and a decree awarding her the care. custody and control of the minor children of the parties, the sum of $260.0,0 monthly towards her support and th support of the minor children, and the sum of $250.00 for her attorney's fees and costs in this action, and an equit- able division of the property, all orb the grounds of cruel treatment. Gleeson & Smith Attorneys for Plaintiff By: Clarence P. Smith Postoffice Address : Gleeson & Smith 402 Sherwood Building Spokane 1, Washington (April 10-May 15) HOWARD FRISSELL Spokane, Waskington NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF E;TATE No. 72103 Ir the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate Of CLEOB. GIESEKER. deceased. State of Washtrgton. County of Spo- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that Spokane and Eastern Branch, Seattle-First Natir=- al Bank the Executor of the above estate of has rendered and presented for set- of tlement to anal filed in the Superior Court of Spokane County. State of Wash ington its Final Accourt as such Execu- tor. and a petition for the distri- bution of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate. distribute the property to the heirs person entitled to the ame and harge the said xecutor and tha Floor sanding and fiishing. 30 yeas experience. Andy Anderson. E. 1409 Central, Spokane. HU 7-0171 m13-my29p 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. jl8tf For well drilling "Try Lee; Fry". 30 years experience. S. 1007 Wanu.t Rd., Spokane 63 W,ash. WA 6-0303. M 20-May 8p REPAIRS Vacuum Clezner repair. Will fix ,or rebuild ant make ma- chine. Parts or al mkes, al'so lave several good used ones for ,sale. Call and deliver. George M. Weber, Sherms Payless Gas, on West end of Cheney. Ph. 235-4740 MOp :. NU-PAC Buying Rabbi'ts & Skins HU 7-493 931 E. Francis Spelne, Wash. m20tf Wheat growers! Let Sprague range Supply help grow your crop wth Shel,1 NH3 Aqu,a-Sulphur Phosphates: Cll 3611, Spvague, collect, a3tf You've seen the ret, nosy see ., he bestOompton's picture Encyclopedia. Jyne Mulay,. RI 7-3624 evenirgs, Rt. 2, Che' hey. a3-24p , WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf Ease your aching back. Let me re,ovate your garden. No job too big or too small. Con- r'a.ct by hour or job. Free esti- mates. Wallace Dew. 235-4473. a3-10 Have Roto ler. Will plow gardens. 235-4071, IAllard Corbit. a10-24 WANTED Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414 First St.. Cheney 24-inch ,girl's hike, good condi- ion. Also hwn swing. Oal 235-6865. al0 3 bedroom home wh acreage, drairy or beef, orm year lease with option, up to $10,000 down. Write Box O, Ch'eey Free Press. a3-24p Monday. the llth day of May, 1964 at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m.. at the court room of ollr maid Superior Court. in the City of Spokane. in said Spokane County. hu been duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final Account and Petition for Distribution. at which time amt place any penon Interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing therte and contest the same. Dated this 8th day of April, 1964. Geo. E. Fallquisto County Clerk atl Clerk of the Superior Court. By Pat Nichelsor= Deputy (April 10-24) SPEED YOUR WORK WITH A Rubber Stamp FOR SPEEDY SERVICE ORDER DIRECT FROM Cheney Free Press lyCha e M Fri, dy, April10,1964: -- -- On rt r ember Left AMANDA ALBERT MEMBER 45 YEARS O [asl (heney Marshall News By Anna Phillips n March 27 Espanola for six years. She and At the hst meeting of East By Mrs. Lorraine Gonia Gr=nge celebrated its 45th Feorge, a former Espanola Crhp-MleY grange Mrs. Emery RI 7-9005 year as an organized body. sohool teacher, were elected to Babb reported on the home ec- PANCAKE FEED PLANNED Deputy A. G. Morgan organ- prepare a booCh for the Inter- onmes meeting at the Wash- A pancake supper has been ized this group March 19, state Fair in 1921. The booh ingon Water Power buildi.g set for May 2. It is sponsored 1919. Of the 23 charter mere- w,on the grange many ribbons April 2. Mrs: Dick Camp and by the Little League of the bers, Amanda Alberts is the alonlg with a sizeable amoun,t Mzs. Anzm Phillips acampan. Wirdsor ,and Garden Springs only one living who is still of money. In 1923 Aman@a was led Mrs. Esther Stelzer to the area. The supper wi be :held a member. This recap of her elected ,alternate deie,gate t,o meetizg. Mrs. Garnett Rao gt Windsor school. Poveed's life and, in particular, her the state grange convenUon arid Mrs. Jah,n Rabb atte.rded wig be used to help buy much- grange life, was written by at Bremerton and reurned the meeting the previous eve- needed equipmeni. Edna Reitmeier, the present with a very intieresng report ning. Emery Rabb reported on lecturer, with the help of on an enjoyable and worth- the REAm eating a!t Cax on Anita McGourin, a niece of whe trip. She became inter- agr!cuiture.. (avnett Bots YOUTH ATTEND MEETING Amanda. esed in the ewilg conltests, SpoKe.  msurace a,d Jolm- The young 'peoples group of Amanda las always been a wirming a first place ribban in ny Frumps on yowh. Ms. the Marshall Covam.unity the pomons rug contesit in !arence laws told abo,t Church attended the evangel- .cive member and her c,eer- 1939 and ,a blue ribbon for her J o.'nua :eneezer Fy." is'tic meeting at the Sout,hde ful, helpful .atUtude tas been work ,apron in lpaz. one mSO tBabb we're arsweq u -  b Assembly ,of an infl,ence or good through ......  vzt uetense uestins y God Church in served as lecturer in 1944 and . a y oonn- Spokane. "Tle Musical Mur- won a $25 war bond for the ny Roots. ,Mr. and Mrs. Ed phys" evangelisLtc eam sang grange. Splihal served refreshments arid Rev. Murphy spoke. Mrs. Emery B'bb, Mrs. Gar- Amanda has mn" bobbies nett B'oots nd Mrs. Clarence CARNIVAL HELD whioh keep her busy and Das of ast Oteney grange There was a geod crow at halpy. She is an avid advocate were judging the sewing and the earn,iva at WiRdsor school of walking for exercise and is baking ,at Tyler grange last April 4. Raffle prizes were won a former member of the Hob- Saturday. A garmen of Mrs. by the .following: .television, n,ilers hiking group. She likes Robert Spanger was sponsored Mrs. Elizabeth Gilbert f Spo- handcratst sew and,of rO allreadk[ds.and likesShe by .Mrs. Joe Labish of Est kane; transistor rdi, Paul Cheney grange. Gaga, ou of Gegev Heights; has a very interesting cat col- Mrs. Esther Stelzer, Darrell oohbrush, Wikma Thomas of lection, which icludes woOd:an d De]oris spen Easer Sun- Spoka,ae; $10 cash prize, For- carvings, ceramics and other day wth Mrs. Knecht Warden, rest Yearbut, Wndsor student; materials, as well as pictures mother of Mrs. Stelzer. $5, J. C. E dmiston of arsall. and painngs, ,arid, of curse, The East Cheney 4-H club real live cats. She al, po has a met ast Moday eve,ni. Dav- We thank everyone Who helpe.d. ,Complete proceeds will large bell co:llecton, about id Rupp and David Weollridge be made at the PTO meeting to Weh :She can tell many in- made an easel rOr members to be held April 21. Some $600 of teresting stories. Anrother of use for their demonstrations, the proceeds has .been set her .hbbies, which we all en- Other projects were, Robin ade for the playground land- joy, is her abiH,ty to tel jokes Babb, How To Trira Hops; scap,ing for a ball field. to liven p our grange meet- John Boots, ee graf, tirg; Jan- CHARTER GRANGERAman- ings. da Alberts was honored rec- Some of us bare been soop- et Camp, a tn'ieot de lglt; Caro- -------- lyn Cmp, cattle grubs; Iaren GRANGE NEWS er, tly when Espanola Grange irg .around a bit lately trying Dobbins, wh, iz cirmamon rolls The ,dies club of Four Cor- celebrated its 45th year since to find cut :Pomehig of the Lirda Hardy, stitch in time n ers grange met Wednesday being organized. She is the early life of ths wry inter- saves nine. t the home of Theresa Rein- only living charter member of es,tig and dear friend. If Project reports were given, bold. Pat lu, vice lesi- 23 original charter members, some of the acts are not too Weed members are to have det, presided. Lst nute factual we hope we will be for- their weed presses mde by / )lans for the rumnge sale all the years. She has ,given un- given. When a*sked b' her the next metirg. The Che,rey / ere made. The grare con- selfishly of he:r time and tal- n,iece how old she was, he an's- preview and Junio Livestock / test was discussed. ent. Her clever 'zlk alks" wer given was, "Wet,l, I'll never show were discussed, lobin [ will always be reembered forget my birthday of January and Judy Babb will sbxv heir  QUARTETTE PERFORMS with pride by members of he 23 in 1900. I was Swet 16 hat steers. Mrs. Karogy announc- [ The Sweet-Old.Deaps (SOD) grange. They h,a,ve also been year. We have rlearned that her ed several lmrse show events qt=artette from Four Corr, ers enjoyed at state and pomocm parents came to this country to .take phve in Awl. It ws ga,n,ge paiepaed in the en- meets, as well as gt reional from German and that they reported that 'an Easter basket tcrlmen,t at Pomona grange and local cubs and comuz- traveled across the United was donated to Mrs. Viczso at meeting ,at sor grange on entity hasmeeti"ngs'been aHersaurceatisticof pleas-tal" TheySta4tes settledin a covevedi.n Calfforn,iaWag:n'for the Cheney Nursing tmme. March 21. They sang: "The Mrs. Visou makes rugs ad Old Lamplighter," and "Dan- u:re for all h,o knew her and a me .before comrg o this woul d like dark scraps of ma- ny Boy." The quartette was I'm afraid we imposed upon area, Where hey homesteaded teria,1 to ue for braMing. The invi, ted to help with he pro- her good na;tu,re many times tv near vImt was then called next 4-H meeting wil,1 be lheld gram at ltica Flt granges in make signs for our bake sales, Deep Creek Fal. Their he- a'y 11. Mrs. Rat, h Rwley, Idaho Last Friday. They sa,g rlrmmage sales and numerous stead land row comw'mes the coun,ty exteno agert, wi'll four :songs. PoI the other occa,s'ious, ,to say nthing farms owned by Lula hold a 4-H judging cls on of the ma, ny hours she has Tilsan and Hu.g Ama4a' spen, t making culte phce cards Savkman. .oods April 27 at 4 p. m. a the meeg and ereshes hey test. The youth of Four Corn. for our 'gran, ge arid club. She Born In Log Cabin tzCK Camp ,home. joined ,in a fe,lowship sLng- Pamela Weoldridge, Phyis ers grarge ,put on the ,grange s never too bu,sy to help and Amanda was born in a log Rupp, Helen Hendcks and meoting Wednesday. can always be counted on to abn hat was built by her create' something iew and dif- fa,ther. This cabin was ,located Cindy Britts zttended a "Let's ferent. Her cou4ge ad en- near the road hat runs pabst Cook" meeti,rg ,at the home of PERSONAL MENTIONS uaroyn and anet Ca, mp. Nine- The Jaes Stint family thu,siasm 'are an :. pim,tin'to the Hery Weyen farm, wnere teen members ad rm gess formerly of la, vited all her friends. Nothing is too the Marvin Willms live at pres- were present. Robin Babb and with many rienls .here od difficult for her o try. She is ent. The: youn,gest c .hind of the Helen Hendricks served re- returned to Tacoma las Wed- never idte and t is no wonder tte Herman a,n,d Sm,ma A1- freshmen,s. she doesn't grow Old, sihe does- bert, Arrmna :had two broth- nesdy. n't have time. ers, Henry ,d Charles, and a Was Team Captain si.ster, Caroline. She attendee since. We salute you, Amanda Automobile seat ,s ae oing through our old rec- school ,at Espanola, then called :and thank you for,all you have lhe on, ly form of insurance or(l ]moh s we find th, at A'ma- lani, through the sevrt,h give to our grange, club and which protects you during an da was .appented dgree team gre. She recalls at. sh community. aocident. And every time you captain ,of Espaola at Lts fith used to love to ride her pony fasten your ,seat belt you re- She yeas elected lady to Marila to .ge the marl, Her meting. Check the classified columns, new your Pelicy. assistant steward of the grange uncle, Hen,ry Tank, as the _ in 1926 arid served fer four first postmaster there. The Jack Service Garage years. She was elected lectur- name was changed o ]span- S er in 1925 and 'held that office ola because so much mail was mssen, t to M,nila in he Is- Di e ry lads. /mnd went o Medi- 215 First Street r cto oo Lake smol for the eighth grae, hen to Oheney for six AUTO REPAIR - years .to e Nrornl School.  GENERATOR SERVICE CUSTOM BUILDING Sbe taught Topp0000h a CHENEY ONLY FHA, VA or Conventional ,h.a,lf year, whe she decided Financing tha.t tecling was et for her. .Official Triple "A" 24=Hour Free Estimates She then visited Germany wth Towing And Road Service ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE her parents, touring he coun- 424 First Phone 235-40S0 try on bicycle. DAYS, CALL 235-6573 After her return ,she attend- NIGHTS, 235-6298 OR 235'4468 ed he School of Deign at the .... Teachers Ce]eg i,n New York, m!3tf J O.B. Electric wlere, ,s]'e rauated with a =bachelor of science degree. [ PERSONALIZED SERVICE She then spen some time [ Wiring teaching art in the Fargo Col- [ Elect. Heat, Motors, Pump= leg:e at Fargo, N. D. Follewing, J Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 she returned to Spokane and ook a course in urse's L,dn- in,g at Spokane general hospi- -- ' tal. t took her ony a few years to decide that She liked ELECTRIC SERVICE the term e best, so she re- pRoECTO AT ITS BEST turned o :her home here, Phone 235-4410 whieh pa,reats.'hadshe been;hasleft resided o her here by tISUR/k11 C E EDGETT BROS. na :hs a. active mere- ber  of this eommun:ity ever Compl00 REVlVALAIRES Real Estate HERE TUESDAY Service The Revvahires trio mmis- Listings needed_for our buy- sionary tam from Bibl Stand- ers. We Trade Sell All 'ard College, Eugene, Ore., will Types of Property a Buy be here Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Contracts. See, write or at the Cheney Cammumty phone Clmrch, 1307 3rd St. -- STAN SPEAR  The pubic is invited to at- M ly M-M Realty Co., Inc. tezd the even,t, h,e Rev. Gene W. 929 Sprague ,RI 7-7116 Ross, , of the church, ' sai00 On The Bestl p, "00ILSON Smith Jewelers A00E'400tCy 408 FIRST ST. CHENEY - REAL ESTATE INSURANCE PHONE 235-4103 /