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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, April 23, 1965 Conservation News By Clarence A. Kelley SCS Technician Planning to seed ass this spring? Then now s the time to take steps o ,assure the best possible stared. Once the. grass has been .seeded, it's too late. Small seeded grasses and legumes need a more ca'efuUy prepared rseed, bed than car- earl grains ,or peas. Land tb_t is to be seeded to grasses and eumes should be fad lowed. It i difficult to prepare a g0od seed,bed with sprn'g plowing. The seedbed must be firm. When valkirrg ,across the seexl- bed, if your heel imprints stand out t,he grou,nd s not firm ermugh. Hrmness so brings mo'sture close tothe urfve. Rice Hulls Needed "Fhe use of rice h,ull with rasses :and legumes makes Lit easier to do a goad, even jb of planfin, g. Ech hul acs as a cup. Sa1 seeds fit inside the huls and flow evenly through the drill Mixtures are net apt to separate. Their use makes the seeding of lght a,nd flffy seed's possible. ,Par ,common grassqegume mixtures, ue one bushel of ce huil.s per cre,. For dfffi- cu.ll grasses, ,such as meadmv foxtaff, wo bushels may be necessa. Lo0M see outlets can obtain rice trolls ad rmmy of the dealers wl mix them with your mixtare :a request. If you plan mixing your ow, a hu, Shel of rice h, ulls weighs from 6-9 pmvds. Nitrogen Good Insurance The ap1iraon of 20 pounds actul T}trgen is good insur- ance to et seedivgs off to a ztrog start. Phehoraus and other elemvnlts may also he needed ,on chy rd'ges and bad- ly eroded ,hltps. Depth reguhtors ,should be tsed on the drH[s ,and the seed phced V2 to % i,nhes deep. D:rilig ,should be t,he last op- eration. Harowing or lacking fter the 'sed'irg may cause some ,of the seed to be buried too deeply. If rain eames so,il crusting may also be a prab- lem. hst but not least, make sure the graslegume mixture y,ou plan to seed is adapted to the Site. Many seedngs become poor producers and sho ived if they are estblied i areas for hich they are n,t sited. Feel free to check the see:ding mixture with your oca.l Soil Conservation Service technic- iarm to ,assure their adaptabil- ity. CHENEY HOT LUNCH :Monday  Sp,lit pea .soup ith ham, peanut butter stuf- fed ,celery, cabbage and p,ple salad, apple muffin, ,fruit cup. Tueschy -- Roast turkey, mushed pot:atoes, ,giblet gravy, green beans coffe cake. Wed nesd'ay -- Pizza, butter- ed eor, jellied pewrs, ice criam. Thu'rsday- Sali,sbury steak, browned potatoes, chilled cel- ery, cornmeal rls, prunes. Friday -- Macaroni and Cheese, sprtn, g salad, rozen! Deas, peanut butter sandwich cherry pie. Shop the easy way, Classifieds GORDON E. CORNELIUS 1117 Paulsen Bldg, Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 76995 I' the Superior Court of the State of Washington ir and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of HENRY L. HOWARD, decead. State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that Gordon E. Cornelius, the Administrator of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlemen to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spokane County, State of Washington his Final Account as sueb 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 perso ev.1tled to the same, and diseharge the said Gordon E. Correl- ius, and that Wednesday the 12th day of May, 1965, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m., at the Court room of our said Su- perior Court, it* the City of Spokane, in said Spokane County has been duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Firlal Accouter and Petition, for Distri- bution, at which time and place any person interested ir said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and can.t the came. Dated this 13th day of April. 1965. Gap. E. Fallquist. County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. By Ralph Renwick, Deputy. (April 16-30) D. N. MORRISON Spokane, Washington SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--as. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hon. Superior Court of Spo- kar, e County, on the 12th day of April, 1965, by the Clerk thereof, ir the case of Fidelity Savings & Loan Associa- tion, a Washington corporation' Plain- tiff versus Victor C. Valentine and Pal- lie V. Valertine, husband and wife James T. Gibbs and Jacqueline J. Gibbs husband and wife; Gereral Fire Equip- ment Company. a corporation ; Law- rence Clark & Norman Foedish. dba Federal Credit Service, ad th United States of America Defendar, ts. No. 176346. and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. Ntice is hereby given, that I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash, within the bouts prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales. to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. on the 28th day of May, 1965 at South Courthouse door, Spo- kane in Spokare Courty, in' the State of Washington. all the right, title and interest of tbe above named defendants ir arl to the following described real property, to-wit : Lot Seven (7) in Block Three (3) of Amended Plat of Cozza Fourth Additkm, according to Plat recorded in Volume 3 of Plats, page 74, in Spo- kane County, Washingto To satisfy a judgment in favor of Fidelity Savings & Loan Association, a Washington cor- poratio and against Victor C. Valentine and Dollie V. Valentine, husband and wife Amounting to Twelve Thousand Five Hundred Sixty Sever and 34/100 ($12,567.34) dollars ($12,055.00 plus in- terest of $512.34) with interest at 6 p cent per annum from April 5, 1965 to date of sale and $780.00 attorney's fees and $89.30 costs argt jr*creased costs, with interest on attorney's fees and costa at 6% from April 5, 1965 to date of sale. Given urler my hard, this 15th day of April. 1965. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Joyce M. Lane Deputy D. N. Morrisen, Plaintiff's Attorney (April 23-May 14) Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 177906 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the Ccty of Stkane. First National Bank it* Spokane, a na- tiorml banking association, Plaintiff, vs. Nellie Scaler, a widow; ]'ellie Scaler, as Executrix of the Estate of Mike Scal- er, deceased; Washington Trust Bank, as Trustee urger the Last Will and Tes- tament of Mike Scaler, deceased; Nat- ale Sealer; Frank Scaler; Fred Scaler the Unknown Heirs of Mike Scaler. de- ceased, and all c4her parties or per- sons unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or inerest in the real e tate described in the Gomplalrt herein Spokane Dry Goods Company, a cor- poration; and United States of America Defendants. State of Washington to the Dcfenl- ants: Nellie Scaler, a widow ; Nellie Scaler, as Executrix v.f the Estate of Mike Scaler, Deceased; Natale Scaler Frank Scaler; Fred Scaler; Tie Unknown Heirs of Mike Scaler, deceased, and all ether parties or persons unkn}wn claim- ing any right, title, estate, lien or in- terest ir the real estate described in the complaint herein : You are hereby summored to appear in the above entitled Court within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summs, to-wit : Within sixty (60) days after the 23rd day of April. 1965, and defend the above entitled action ir the above en- titled court, and answer the Complaint! of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your arswer on the undersigr, ed attor- neys for plaintiff at their postoffice address below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you accordir*g to the demand of said complaint, which has beer filed with the clerk of said court. This action is commenced by the plain- tiff to foreclose a certain mortgage ex- ecuted by Nellie Scaler, a widow, in- dividually and as Executrix of the Es- tate of Mike Scaler. deceased, to the plaintiff, which mortgage is recorded in Volume 1039 of Mortgages, page 555 ; and also to foreclose a certain mortgage executed by Nellie Scaler, a widow, individually and as Executrix of the Estate of Mike Scaler, deceased, to the plaintiff, which mortgage is record- ed in Volume 1055 of Mortgages, page 757, both mortgages being upon the For Buying Selling And Appraising COINS John's COIN except the right to redeem said prerr ises within eight months after the Sher- followir, g described property, to-wit: That part of Lot 5. Block 142. Op- portunity, lying South of railroad right-of-way EXCEPT the West 242 feet thereof, Spokane County, State of Washingtom It is the further object of said action to bar the defendants of all right, title. lien or estate ir and to said premises, iff'a Sale thereof. Hamblen. Gilbert & Brooke Philip S. Brooke Attorweys for Plaintiff 912 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Washingtor* 99201 (April 23-May 28 ) You can rent Color Telephones from CHENEY TELE- PHONE CO. for $7.50 one time charge or 25 cents a month. Good Used Engines For ,All "Cars AL'S Auto Parts Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with S H 0 P AllSlandard 0,, Pr0dud, West 506 Sprague Ave. Spokane SPECIALIZING IN HEATING OILS John J. Naccarato A! Haskins RI 7-4490 Bus. FA 8-4740 Res. Member Standard Oil Distributor ANA-26498 PNNA, 84 235-6378 CHENEY I Mustang Birthday Sale This 1965 Prairie-Bronze Mustang, equipped with 289 V-8, Radio, Heater, 4 Spd., Seat Belts, Tinted Windshield, Padded Visors and Dash, WAS $3101, 2-door Hardtop, Power Steering, Back-up Lights, IS NOW $2891. Do You Remember when? Friday, April 20, 1945 The city council heard the report of Harry Bryceson, chairman of the streets and alleys committee, on the condi- tion of the city streefs, .cost of repairs and new construction and discussed the possibility of improvements by local im- provement districts. From "Talk of e Town" F. W. Hems,mann let the wom- e,n of the family put it over an him while fishings . .. Throw yaur pole at 'am is Dan Dan- iel's motto, since t:hat is the only way he cau'ght any. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beau- dreau and family attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. Beaudreau's parents, Mr. end Mrs. B. M. Beaudreau, of Rockford last week. By kane I Loan Leslie No. l cash, law 1965 kaae with ditar cooli and igs, men and isfy L. I of t ($8,, ])el" to d fees Van Camp's baked beans, 21- oz. tins, (no ration points) each 14 cents. Red Bliss seed pMa- toes, lb. 71/2 cents. Onion plants (app. 100 plants) 20 cents. For S}e12 aue shotgun, god for ducks, geese, heas-{6/ ants nd weddin!gs. Oa Jacklof  Gibson, Ohe:ney. [ F. Fresh I Strawberries 3 boxes .... 89c o/ ndian River Pink Grapefruit o,,.. 9 99c .,, Blade Cut ord Beef Roast o,, si: : Ib 39c "" 7-Bone Cut Beef Roast lb. 49c T-Bone Steak lb. 98 of HAM SANDWICHES (9 to a bag).. 99c 'lGoid Medal Flour o' 25 Ibs: .. 1.98] Van Camp s I Pork & Beans  fin .. 5/1.00 Snowdrift of SHORTENING 3 I bs. .... 66c Banquet IV DINNERS 3 for ..... 1.00 Ratcliffe Company II I IIII I Take Advantage r of The Opening Day Specials At FOLAND'S PRODUCE BEDDING PLANTS AND VEGETABLE PLANTS PANSY FISHING PLANTS FOR THE LADIES 1122-1st. St., Cheney EGGS WORMS I II II I I I III I FERTILIZERS AND SILVAMULCH PEAT MOSS i Shrubs ALL VARIETIES $1.49 or 2/$2.69 II I II I II I NO. 1 SPUDS 10 Ibs.. 79c IC E ORANGES 3 doz.. $1.00 FREE ICE CREAM BARS FOR THE KIDDIES ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS 235.4664 PLENTY OF PARKING OPEN 9 TO 9 Hamhlen, Gilbert & Brooke Ill Pmalsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77722 In the Superior Court of the State of Wshington for the County of Spokane. n the Matter of the Estate of ltlce is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Administratrix of the above etate in this Curt arid has qualified accordingly, and that all per- sona having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upor the undersigned at 912 Faulsen Building, Spokane, WashingtOn or upon Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke the attorneys of rec- ord at their office at 912 Pau]sen Building, Spokane, Wsahingto and file such. claim with Proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spo- kane, Wasbirgton, within' six morths after the first publication of this no- tice or they will be forever barr6d. 1 Date of the first publication of this notice is 16th day of April, 1965. Wanda Thoma Administratrix of the bove estate. Harold D. Cqarke Attorney 912 Paulsen Building, Spokare, Washington 99201 CLAUDE J. LOCK, deceased. (April 16-30)