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Pse 2 Cheney Free Pre Friday, April 23, 1965 CHENEY FREE PRESS ESTABLISHED 1896 PUBLISHED AT 412 FIRST ST., CHENEY, WASH. Etered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, as Second Class Matter under the Act of March 5, 1897. Issued every _ . t I .g%.  ..,t..HATIONAt EDITORIAL Friday morning at Cheney, Washington. i;:[ [A:T'r  Spokane County Subscriptions ................................ $4.50 per year - .Wr , - Im;,==,F_a--a,=,,:, All Other Subscriptions ........................................ $5.00 per year G. T. FROST .................................. PUBLISHER JACK PIERC .................................... EDITOR ST]gVE POWJ.; ADVERTISING MANAGgR Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill EASTER VISITORS Mrs. Edwin Dummeier was an Easter dinner guest of Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson of Che- 1my. Enjong Easter day at the Rictmrd Jordan home were Mr. aaai Mrs. Stan Burkh, alter, Barb and Steve of Fernd'aM, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Kidwell, Jim and Beth, Mrs. Marion Bair, Jim BaiT, Miss Chris J,otes, Mrs. Merle Sttmrt and Mr. and Mrs. Hawe Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Best and family we.re Friday everg guests of her parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. John Edmiston of Mar- shall, ang with a brother and farni}y, Mr. and Mrs. Aan Ed- miston and three children of Seattle. The group celebrated the birthday of the elder Mr. Edmiston. Easter guests of Mr. nd Mrs. Dick Feltber of Colfax were 1Kr. ,and Mrs. Koward Marsh and Howard, JT., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marla, J, Mm and Nick, Miss Beckey Conrath and Ron and @ary lence, Miss CarOl Mh and Clarles Feath- erstone all of WSU. Enjoying Easter Day with a farnily gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best of Clney were Mr. and Mrs. Gle.rm Best ,and fmily, Mr. ,and Mrs. Luke J. Best anti fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sprier acid Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stor- ment md children of Endicott. Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Lambe, Jill and Chuck were Mr. and Mrs. CAdence Gatdwell and Mr. aad Mrs. Alvin Swift, ,all of Cvax, Dick Whealen of Spokane, Bob MeCartney of Seattle and Jaelde Lambert of Cheney. Af- ternoon callers irmluded Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Kock of Spo- kane. Mr. arid Mrs. Doug Weeks daughters of Seattte were weekend v'mitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gharles A. Mid, er. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. joned the group after ehamch for Eas dinner. Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Betz, Peggy Sue, Jim .and Frllin ad Mrs. Jmnes SIRnd- ler were weekerJd gltests of biT. ,and Mrs. Jck Weiand ,nd Janet of Mercer Island. Whie .there they lso visited M. W. L. Wester at the Norse Home Infirmary and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Secrest in Seattle. Mr. ,and Mrs. James J. Miller and faanily enjoyed taster with her parents, Mr. and Ms. Ro ert Curtis, Osborne, Ida, lm. They also helged to celebrate the birthdaT of Mrs. Curtis while there. Larry Weisman awd Larry Za5g ,of Spokane were calf ers a the A1 Weismun ,Imme last week. The band that Lar- ry W,an is playing with lad a few bookin,gs on the coast this pst weekend and 'he visited with ,his sister and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Moss, in Seattle a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Miller ,nd sos were :SUy evenin visitors of My. and Mrs. Bill k and alY of La- st. G,dests of Mr. and Mrs. Jhn Irt O" Easter dh'mer in- cllgled Mr. and . Jn H. mui fumiy and Mr. Mrs. Elvin Iaskims, Gone ,and Chdia of Cbeney. Mrs. L-stie MAll avived .home Satm'day from a visit with hex @aahter ,al mily, Mr. ad Mrs. Ien Kee, San- ta , Calif. Mrs. Mm w, as  :her daxtghter the chiMren  the birth of a ew bby to the fam- ily. lr. ,arid Mrs. Leslie Mill: arm  had Easter dinamr i Mrs. Herald Reed, Mrs. Peter De2ant and chdren and Mr. ad Mrs. Ed Grimm and farm fly. The great grandchildren enjoyed an egg hunt in the af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. McKin- ley ,a, ad Mr..and Mrs. Renald McKinley spent several days this week at their cabin on Piest Lake, hying new .ln- oleum anti ding some spvirrg cleanirrg. aroM HartMy returned lm,me over the weekend after speaing the past week on du'ty at Payrm Field near Ever- et with the Air Guard. Mr. ,'nd Mrs:. N. A. Cordill, Kay, Ann and NeD and Mrs. L. C. CordiU were dn.ner guests of ,Mr. :and Mrs:. Chrk Cardill, Co]ileen and Len of Spoa.ne Easter. The ,gr0p also cele- brated the 13th birthday of Nelson Cordill, Jr. that day. Enjoying Easter d'mner and the day with Mr. and Mrs. Kent Soo?, Carol ,nd Gary. were Mr. and Mrs:. ChaTles Stulp arid Mrs. Marian Bledsoe ,ad Kar- en, all of Spokane, .and Mrs. W. W. Soo of Chancy. Mr. ,and Mrs. 1on'ald McKin- ley, Mike and Brenda were Easter guests of her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. H:ay Pierce, and fami*iy of St. Joh,m Mr. ,and Mrs. Clifford Jma- son, Ginger and Deborah of St. Maes were Tuesday visitors at the Ne]son Cordil] home. GRANGE MEETS Amber Grange met Friday even, in'g. ,Mrs. Wallace Dow was presented a lecturer's recg- n,ition certificate. The grange gave Jim Goodwin a vote of tlmnks for putting the tter barrels in pace aain this sprin(g. They also voted to do- nate towards the expenses of a 4,H delegate for state cam9 from each of the two al clubs. They are again sponsor- in the cancer drive in this community. A volunteer wil soon eali at yuur dr for your dmion. One dress and two pieces o needlevork were j,udwed at the Pomona level. The Ooodns enrtairi with several msi- cal seecti(ms and  men modeled Easter hats. Refresh- ments were served by Mr. and qM. Lou,is Fail Mr. and ,. Falk ,ayml Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best. Four Lakes By Mrs. Larson VISITORS FROM GERMANY lobert Kirkpatrick from Carl'srude, Germany, visited h,is father. Will Kirkptrick, in a S:pokan, e Nursing ,tmme and his mother, Sara ,Kirk-patrick, i,n Four Lakes lst week. Friday he and  broSher, Everett, ls wife and Jnet were dinner guests of Mrs. Kirkpatvick. On Monday Bub and Mrs. attie AI, bet from Spokarm were drmer guests .gain with Mrs. Kirlpatrik. Bob left or Gerrany Mon- day via Washington, D. C. REUNION HELD Mr. al Mrs. Jlm PlUipon entertained Mrs. Henry. Phi lip- son, Mr. nd ,Mrs. Orville Phil- lipson and family, Mr.  Mrs. Wly PW'flpeon and femily, Mr. avai Mrs. Jerry Ramnussen md Mr. d (Ms. Bob Ruggles .and family. The chdren en- joyed an Easter egg lamt. Baster dinner .guests at the Rmssel Mace lme were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Petersun and farrdly, Mrs. Mildred Nik-mn and Bert Demander ad Mrs. Arthur Mueller and bby dauglaer. Mr. and Mrs. Srdey Arring- ton, Longview, WaSh., visited with Ma, s. Martha Mill and Mr. last week with Mrs. Arrin- srd Mrs. Edwin Okerstrom in ton's folks, the Fred Gfffings. Chancy. Mrs. Jwrm Tearhaar and children ,of Spokane were Fri- day verrfi, ght guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Weisman and Nancy. Fster guests ,of Mr. ,and Mrs. R2chard Melvi.lle aaul fam- ily of :Spokane maid Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Melville and Mr. aud Mrs. Roy GrunevcMd and family, ,all of Cl%ermy. Monday callers at the Ron- old MKi:Ifley home were Mr. a,nd Mrs, Vern Morgan of Cam- as nd Elmer/-iarris f Tyler. Mr. mM Mrs. Afred Wets- man entertained Monday eve- nig with a dinner party r a group of young peogle in ken, or of e son Lm'ry's 20th bilday. .Baoyng a nhst dinner Easter at the home of Mr. LeRoy Reed were members of 1fis fn-dly, inludig Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Arrington are moving to Sacramento, Clif. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gfi,rg mad fam- ily visited at the Gifting home. Friday eveng Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gifting nd son ca lled. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilvox and family, Mr. 'and Mrs. Ted Ra- don and family and Fred Swan were Easter droner guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Bert Spear in Spokane Valley. Mr. nd Mrs. Claude Crooks were Sunday drmer sts of Mr. gd Mrs. G. W. Fowler in Spokarm Va'lley. Mrs. Fowler s a cousin of Crooks. Mr. and Mrs. B. Earrt and family attended the wed- ding Saturday night in Spy- katie 'of Mr. and Mrs. John WaI- lr. Jim EarTseurt was an usher. Mrs. W. B. Eaa-lseort was a Friday evening dinner guest , Paradise Prairie , Windsor News * By Mrs. James Widner FUNERAL HELD Funeral services were held April 16 far Albert Ho'hcher, w1o farmed rma.r C'hermy for many years before he retired. In recent years he lved near lsalia. Burial was in the Pines cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Leon, a, who  with her rela- tives in Antigo, Wis., three brhers, Walter, Martin and Jon, Rosalia, and a sister, Ira Bartholomew in Wisvansin. HEART ATTACK FATAL Windsor area residents were tertained guests with ,an Easter dinner fr 20. Amon those at- terrding were Mr. and Mrs. Wfllard Dowen and family of Revere, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cuff, Hayden Lake, Idaho, and Nets Bowen and Kate OIsn,. Mrs. James Sweet of Glas- gow, Mor/t., visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dellie Adair, arid :sister, April. for a week. Her parents and grandmother, Mrs. NeH,ie Hagel, drove to Glasgow this Friday with Mrs. Sweet. They will return Sum day. Roy Hagei, Oakhn,d, C'f., and Mr. and Mrs. Don Riden of Alameda, Calif., visited on Tuesday and Wed,nesday with Hagel's mother, Nellde, and wife. will attend de.dica.tio of' his brother's ctmvch m Vancou- ver. Eev. Howard La.mhear is well known in this area as he was pastor of the Airway Heghts church ,and a member of the Cheney district o board. SOFTBALL WILL START Bays of the Marshall church ,will organize a softbMl team a, nd practice Satu,rd,ay a, 9:30 a. m. All interested please catl Rick Webster. Cheryl Lovell was seriously injured E:aster Sunday while riding her horse along the Mar- By Lana Evans Isad.dermd to ,trear of the sud- -S Iden death of Daniel Take Men- GRANGE NEW ........... ., .... of I day from a heart attack. weartesay anu vrmr,y , ,1 .... I FunerM services were held last week severm t'avavase t ............... . . , ,, ....... a / weunesaay wcn Dllrlal In ;po- t'mle xrange. memoel v,/- /kane Memorial &ar ders uateered tlteir t'ne and talents i ............. " -- t, .... ,, t J.Vlt" l UKt S llOIIl was: SOul, n. to a cle,a:n,updxmp-pnt,uP I . ..." -  -- -- - h,all On tt winuser urane hall on As- reject on ne gaarte r ......... P ....... " ndtSemY noao. urvivors are the work clei were Mr. a , ,. : nd]hls wife, Rhoda, at th home Mr Fred Bauert," " "'r a  -- .... "' -" "  "" " Tld t antl I1ve cml,ciren Mrs. Frea wanson, ar. a I Mrs Emil Dife, Mr and Mrs , .... --7 _ . ' - .... " ivlr. anu Mrs beo DecKer en- Ed Bloomquist, Mrs. 'lira noag-, other relatives. They left for home Thursday. There were 32 tables of cards in play at the Danish card party last Saturday eve- ning. Among those attend'rag were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Blots- neT, Nettle Mill, Pauline .Roh- wer :and Cecelia Burns, Spa*n- gle; Mark Whipple, Belling- ham, Wash.; Leona WidneT a'nd irma Stragier. Mr. and Mrs. John Bach, Mr. and Mrs. Fred artin, Adelaide Larse,n ,and shall .highway whe,n her horse, was spooked by a dog. Cheryl, I riding bare back, was throvn, lanng on asphalt. X-rays tak- ent at Sacred Hearts: h.sgit.al showed a broken wrist and many brued muscles. She is wearing a cast and is do,g very well. Anne SkocUich, inj uredtwlile riding her bicycle at home Sunday, was taken to Sacred Heart hospital emergency ward for x-rays but came out with only a badly bruised son arid Mrs. Jack En,ge,1. Tomorrow at 8:30 there will be a card party at the grange to benefit the basehali team: The pub]ic is invRed. VOLUNTEER PROGRAM SET Atl male residents of the Pa,ra ',dise Prairie ,area re urged a variety of homemade candy Saturday aftern, oon at the home of Mrs. Helen Green, why detivered them to the resde,nts of Bridle wood Saritarium Sat- uday evenn*g. Mark Dalton is c0aascing !at home after having spen to attend a program Snday at lst week in the .haspi,tal. lr. ,and Mrs. Bam,er Horn- 9:00 a. m. at the Padise Fire I-Ial to aquaJt everyone with buckle were Sunday guests of the volunteer fire-fghting pro- the Don Sheltons. Peggy Shel- gram in ths district. For in- ton won :the top award for the formation contact Roy Dalton poster she made or the Wind- at TE 8-8170. HORSE CLUBS BUSY Wasngton Galiceo H,orse cl,b held a ,hrsemanship clime Sa%u.rday afternoon at Bridle- weed Stables. Tm, ovrow at 7 p. m. the Washington State ttorsemen's Ass'n wi,tl ,hem their bvard merg at the Stockyards Inn. Saturday and Sunday the fifth anntral Argonne Vllaffe Sp,rig Roundup horse show and gymkhana will be ,held at the Argonne Viliage arena. Spon, sors are the Senor Ohal- len,gers and the Rein Grabbers 4-H clubs and the Argonne V- lage MerClmnts. Proceeds wi be used for 4-H and IFYE .bene- fit programs. PERSONAL MENTIONS Sa:k .and Elveta Lewis: wilt judge the `h, erse show at Othel- ]/o Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Marie Ross was a de2e- te to the WEA reresenta- tire assembly in Tacoraa hst weekend. Prairie Prancers 4-H Hrse club tam,Meted er cornnmn- ity project of  Easter baskets ,and fiin them with :sor School carnival. Mr. arid Mrs. Joe Prokgpp ,an, d Brett of Pullman visited th Eugene Adams Saturday. The Robert Kirk family" jour- neyed to Ctarkston ],ast week- end, where theyo, were Easter dinner guests of Ms. a.rgRTe Schuster. They attended Easter services in Clarkston. Last week the Iirks entertained the Vic KrMls of Anatone. The Ed West flamily held an Easter egg-hunt and dinner party at their beme. Guests in- eluded Mr. and Mrs. Georffe Cveightn ,and their four chil- d, Ten of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Berry. C.arl.0n of Petaluma, Calf., were Eas- ter dinner guests of the Don Morrisons. Last week the Mof rlsorrs were dinnerbdge guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Hok of Spokane. .Mike Potras, who teaches in ontesno, w here aom Wednesday to Sunday sit,g his 1renM, the George Pelt- rases. The J0el Johnsons ,had Eas- ;er din, ner with he Jim Ful- tons and ,son Jerry of Spokane. Jery has just returned from Germaay. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blmqu'ist were Easter dinner ests of with her son and fondly, on Sunday. Boots md m.fly en- joyed Easter dinner with his mher in Spokane. lVir. and Mrs. Bud Taykr arid family, Ellensburg, nd Mr. and Mrs. tosco Taylor of Ev- arm were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ri:ard Vaghn and family. Mike Vaughn and Beth In,g- lis were ,Easter weekend guests of Miss ntglis' brtmr in Walls WaRa. Last Thsd'ay Mrs. Russe Mace as ,l'tess or the Four Lakes Grare uxiary. Pres- ent were Mesdames AlAee Raft- meier. Savallh WI, Bonita Scott, Ranauh Beaker, Gretca- en Maser and Wilana Perdel. The door prize was won by 'Mrs. Scott. Secret Ial gifts were drawn Mm. Scott Mrs. Mace. The May m will be a "fh fry" at the home of Mrs. Ruth Sage o Sver Lake. Mrs. Sidney I.m'sn accom- panied `her rdece, Mrs. Dlbert Kerr, Coeur d'Alene, to Almi- va .last Wedrmsday. They at- tended the  Sdm" instal- htin, retm'ning Thursday. Easter disney guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larson were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Larson and Steen and Sue Ann from Spokane, Mr. md Mrs. G. K. Isn and Jerry K. art Cdy from Che- nay ,arid oan Klepch from Renton. Dr. Mike M.Rler and Mr. and Mrs. LavSon attended the "bf- falo feed" Monday nigfftt t the Odd FeUms Ha,IL Dinner ,gueSts Snday at the H. B. Pendell theme were Mrs. M. White, Spokane, Mrs. Jes- :sie Silock ad Mr. ,and Mrs. Don Muzatko ,and son Rielmd. Mrs. Baa%am Mattauseh, of Spokane, was a breakfast gues of her aunt, Mrs. Jessie Sil- cock, last Tuesday. Mrs. Sceck accompanied Ylrs. Orville Phflh'pson to a Ch 'stian Science lecture in Spolmae .last Friday. Harold Panda11 Jr. spent the weekend here, returning to Se- ate Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gilbert and amily were Friday eve- rang ca,neTs at the ])el Stan- derfer home. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Htzner were Mr. and Mrs. Robe Nelson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Stan- d,erfer nd children and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Griff and family. the@ son and 1his family, the Cua Blomquists, of Spokane. Bonnie Morrin dmnLi ha the recital at the Mlasonic Tem- ple in Spokane Saturday eve- ning. Albert Conneliy and Carl An- dren v'mited Ole Dbdl at CAhpman lake Sunday. Mrs. L. K. Evan.s and Lana an Mrs. F. A. Gonnelly attend- ed Baster sunrise services at Greenwood. r. and Ms. Wilbur Wasen- Mrs. AlVilTda Garras were in charge of the Party. Mr. and Mrs. D:0v Moore were Easter dinner guests of Mr. Moore's brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Farrington, Spokane. Mrs. Dew Moore fell from a ladder March 3, ,breaking her heel. The east is still on her oot and leg but will be re- moved the last of the month. G. R. Wood has moved back to his home in Hayford after sperdJn'g the winter in Spo- kane with a daughter. Mr. Wood was 94 years old las Sat- urday. He is one of the old tim- crs in ahfford. laving lived here since 1907. Mr. and Mrs. August Desch- moocher have sold their small farm in H, ayford ad moved to their duplex in Spokane. They will continue to work at Lake- land VRlage. Windsor will have the first card oartv of 1965 Saturday. The Phil Pattersons will be in charge. The Pomona Grange talent contest for Spokane county will be held Sunday in the Cen- tral Granlge hall at 2 p. m. All Subordinate Gr,an,es who have entered the talent, best of show and quartets will com- )ete. Mark Whipple .hs returned ome to Bellin,gham after spending hst weekend viting the Maxine Olson faarly and Loons Widner en route home from Arizona, where he spenCt the winter. * Marshall News * Mrs. Lloyd Lovell RI 7-3834 GUEST SPEAKER DUE The Mars,ll Cmm,niy Church congregation will ,hea Bud Elde .speak in the bsence of the Rev. Richard I-mghear, Who is attending a meeting in Taeom,a this week. The Rev. and Mrs. Lowell Wood will he !the guest :speakers at the 7:30 [p. m. services Sunday Whim on the coast Rev. Lan- phear, ,accompanied by his NOTICE thumb. Judging of the sewing con- i test was held at Four Corners Grange tast Wednesday eve- n ing. Among the etries in the cotton dress contest were l!adios from Four C.overs and Windsor Granges. Blue ribbons were awarded to Mrs. Avnold Prasky, Mrs. Ron Mittdrup, Irs. Gus Kloppenburg, and two ribbons to Mary. Ann Earls for her entries. The next judging wil'l be heId at the Pomorta mee2ing at Neighborlood Grange on Sat- urday. Tlose lu, cky enough to win at this }udging will take their dresses o be ju.ded at the state level. Four Corners Grange will meet Wednesday at 8 p. m. Mrs. Gns Klpperburg and Mrs. Frank taTker, St. will serve refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hinstrom a,nd their two tittle boys have leased the H. L. Wooery farm just east of Marshall. Hinstrmn ts employed in Spokane at the Washington Trust Bank. Last week Mrs. Loyd Lovetl dropped in to say we}come to the family, as they are next door neighbors era, adjaeen farms. Mrs. Frank Greene, wlo was recently hosqitalized, is now home and doing fine. Her dmr, glxter, Dane, wlo bby sat Jor her mother, is now hsi- East By Anna NEW MEMBER At East meeting A. Ross was a member. Harry elected alternate Washington State vention in Paste Lecturer Esffn er Johnny Philps bars on the lips, a read, g; Easter bonnet Chester Phillips Esther Stelzer ments. PERSONAL Mrs. Clara her :sister, Mrs. la,St week at Mr. and Mrs. Bob family of Spokmn day guests of Iarry Hampton. were among the day guests .of bits. of Spokane. Darrell Stelzer er, Mrs. Esther ed funeral services Giese Thursday at Odessa. Mrs. Darrell an,d Warden and were ner guests of Krmcht, Mr..arid Mrs. ton had as Easter i ner guests, Mr. Majfiold and and Mrs. John fly;all of ,and Mrs. ters of Mr. Harvington. Mr. and M. family, E. V. Steward Alene, were guests of Mr. and R atclfff of Ha Smwa,rd was guest of the Mr. and Mrs. attended Easter Your Lakes and were dinner and Mrs. Jack family. Mr..and Mrs. lips arid Johnny day evening with Patti l%asmussen Easter Sunday ner guests of Duuffhs Kite and Thornton. Mrs. Veam John Mdwick and t:ers and Debbie i SundaT morning tafized in St. Lukes and had a and Mrs. tumor on her back removed. Mrs. Anna Mr. arid Mrs. Frmk Glreee are baby sitting for Diane. Mr. and Mrs. Don Smet and seven ehildTen of Anaconda, Mont., were guests of the Matt Skocilich lmme over Easter : weekend. The Smets were; house slopping arid wi14 be' moving to Spokane in the near fu%ure. The men have been friends since ,hgh sohol days. Mr. arid Mrs. Ray Reinhold of Bellevue were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rein, bold. for the Eas- ter llida?s. On Sunday they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Soderquist of IAberty Lake. There is delinquent upon the following described shares on account of as-essment levied on the 30th day of Janu- ler and Jim returned Sun- ary, 1965, the several amounts set opposite the names of the reslective shareholders as follows: day from a four-da trip to r,, No. of Certificates No. Shares Amour*t PortlarM. Mr. ard Mrs:. Claren,ce los nd Mr..and Mrs. Gvore Mee- dam of Newport and IVlrs. Gdne.r of Pinlmrst, spet Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Meecham of Pinelurst Idaho. Directory Dr. Alfred C. Adams 229,294 8,000 $80.00 Mrs. Helen B, Adams 295 4,000 $40.00 John Air*lee 210 10,000 $100.00 Vivienne L. Alexander 485 61,345 $613.45 F. H. Anderson 355 2,000 $20.00 Vincent J. Applegate 281 1,500 $15.00 Mrs. Weldor* Armfield 415 300 $3.00 J. L. Ashlock 414 500 $5.00 Thelma Ault 436 7,575 $75.75 Lewis B. Bard 352 400 $4.00 Viola M. Parker 50 2,400 $24.00 J. M. Barnett 223, 228, 238, 246 248, 310 4,000 $40.00 Mrs. A. Ruth Bates 2 2,790 $27.90 George D. Bates 3 2,890 $27.90 George W. Beardmore 486 61,345 $613.45 Mary Francis Beaudin 434 10,500 $100.50 D. S. Bermion 184 1,000 $10.00 F. R. Blackwell 141 1,000 $10.00 Blackwell Motor Co. 133 2,000 $20.00 Robert E. Blackwell 135 1,000 $10.00 Mrs. Rhoda McCartney Born 6 I0,570 $105.70 Milton W. Brandt BGd, 402, 407, 447 1,000 $10,00 L. J. Brotherson 4,750 $47.50 Sadie Brown 445 5,000 $50.00 J. R. Burke 10 4,000 $40.00 Walter M. Burn 300,301 2,000 $20.00 John V. Campbell 495 1,000 $10.00 Frank Catlon 12 500 $5.00 J. E. Carr 174 2,500 $25.00 R. T. Cart 86 200 $2.00 Vern Cheatham 13 1,600 $16.00 Harry O, Ulark 14 4,180 $41.88 Charles L. Coffman 175 400 $4.00 Bill Cdnell 439, 442 5,000 $50.00 Alice Cooke 15 11,560 $115.60 Erwir B. Cooke 255 t,500 $15.0 E. J. Corridon 393 1,000 $10.00 Mrs. Viola J. Coss 17 12,000 $120.00 Frank Cowen 123 800 $8.00 Dr. E. H. Current 18 104,690 $1,046.90 Johr Current 217 9,260 $92.60 Marion Current Hurmer 218 9,260 $82.60 I. E. nearing 208 2,500 $25.00 Milo Decter 376 2,000 $20.00 Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Coon 354 7,500 $75.00 J. W. Doud 125 400 $4.00 Paul H. Downing 415 300 $3.00 Tygroe & Hilda Egaas 20 1,000 $10.00 John E. Eman 21 78,500 $785.00 Lewis P. Fischer 22 5,570 $55.70 Mrs. Mary Fischer 104 10,035 $100.35 Dr. Richard Fischer 24 8,000 $80.00 David Fry 138 500 $5.00 Lloyd N. Grar*t 26 3,340 $33.40 Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grant 302 1,333 $13.33 Richard T. Green 453 4,000 $40.00 W. W. Greenwood 235 3,000 $30.00 Justi J & Hele D. Harris 29 560 $5.60 H. C. Hathaway 136 500 $5.00 J. B. Hazen 30 2,790 $27.90 Mrs. Eva Helfach 31 5,000 $50.00 Audrey Hellinger 437 7,575 $75.75 I. E. Hervin 32 2,230 $22.30 Terese M. Hogan 458 1,400 $14.00 Don P. Holbrook 417 1,200 $12.00 William P. Hopkins 225 4,400 $44.00 Frank J. Jacoy 244 1,000 $10.00 M[rs. C. P. Jaeger 36, 142, 145, 146 153,171 12,130 $121.30 Mrs. A. C. Johnson 38 55,750 $557.50 .... I Maurice Kelley 438, 443 4,500 $45.00 C. A. Kerr 439 5,000 $50.00 F. W. Kieslir, g 427 1,000 $10.00 Edward L. Kevey 254 500 $5.00 Mrs. D. L. Kirk 40 10,341 $134.10 E. C. Knapp 196 1,000 $10.00 [Burehard E. Krebs 167 500 $5.00 J Dr. Earl L. Lawson 444 4,000 $40.00 [ S. W, & Mattee C. Lozier 306 750 $7.50 [A. W. Lerard 411 2,370 $23.70 Mrs. Arthur Lien 173 2,000 $20.00 [Dr. Earl Loomis 44 5.570 $55.70 l G. D. Lyou 193 2,000 $20.00 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDR'I SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. ,i CHENEY ELECTRIC SHOP Complete Wiring & Repair Electric Contracting Free Estimates. No Job Too Small. Norm Lewis 235528 CHENEY PLUMBING SHOP Complete Repair and Plumbing Service Licensed & Bonded Marvin Backer 321 1st St. 235-6528 i29tf You can find It in CALL FOR Eastern State Separate sealed a/s are available al equipmenl by Eastern College in the rector of ]21, ShowMter Proposal forms tained at the T. T. Wall Director of (July 1, Name No. of Certificates Howard William Mc Mahon 497 Mable McGuire 253 William A. Mc Mahon 469 Mrs. Ethel Bates MeNahb 53 Mrs. Isabelle H. MacDonald 45 George F. Macnidcr 46 Mattye E. Macnider 47 George S. Marshall 49 Winnifred R. Marshall 51 Julia Florerme Miller 143 James N. Milligan 316 Dr. W. B. Mitchell 298 Emily B. Morehouse ]85 L. W. Morln 181 Clyde Myers 59 Phillip Naccarrato 60 Bud Newcomb 489 C. W. Norquist 62 W. M. Norton 202 Gwendolin Peck 63 Dr. Earle S. Prendle 64 John Rekwalt 397, 398 John L. Rehwalt 68 Bertran A. Reid 69 Charles E. Reid 70 L. J. Riddle 124 Herbert Ritter 226, 232, 233 Francis Roberts 71 Frank Roberts 72 Dr. H. H. Robinson 73 Lillian Robinsor* 74, 128 A. B. Rogers 172 William H. Rucker 472 B. F. Russell 403 Elizabeth Rusum 359, 368, 431 Johr* M. Sand 274 Charles O. Sanders 7G Maude L. Sanders 76 Walter Sandgren 311 Schneirla Bros. 200 Dr. Fredrick W. Sehults 77 1 Walter G. Sehulze 245, 343, 349, 350. 316, 363, 404, 405, 408 Osell ]g. Shalkle 292 Edwin Smetheram 212, 213, 214, 273, 277, 357, 380, 396, 406 Eurfice Smetheram 275, 336 Smith & Son 380 Clarence E. Smith 239 Wtifred Smith 81 J. M .Stewart 82 Maiden Straub 236, 320 Mrs. F. E. Stuart 215, 271 S. Herbert Swanson 262, 425, 426 Maude T. Taylor 452 Mrs. Minnie Tennar*t 83 Isabelle Thomson 265 Harry G. & Grace Thorn 84 Erlir J. Torkelson 270 Marjorie May 'ruroff 433 Ray Van Druff 87 B. J. Wagner 369 T. J. Waltmar* 285, 289, 290 Merl L. Wellman or Helen Wellman 464, 467 C. C. Whealy 180, 189 Mrs. C. G. Whealy 243 Myrtle D. White 88 Mrs. D. A. Whitley 409 Dr. Fred J. Whittaker 2G2 Robert B. Whittig 90 Jonatha J. Wildermuth 91 Grant Wilson 92 Charles A. Wobbe 219, 220, 297 W. A. Woodward 410 Leo M. Wright 177 J. A. Young 126, 129 ! Bliss Moore 127. 131 Paul M, Brunskill And in accordance with law, so many eel of such ateck es may be necessary office of the Priest River Times o 1965, at the hour of 10:00 a, m., of delinquent assessments thereo, together advertising and expense of sale. Barbara Kaniksu W. 1115 (April 16-23)