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i ' Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, May 1, 1964 GOEDON & RIPPLE ! Cm iOrphanCheneyThin ads NOTICE OF 8EI"rLEMNT OF HrAIB ! "" ' Make Strongest Show, ng In the Superior Court of the State ef [ Washtrton in and for the ounty of J o,I In 5 Way Meet At E V OW'EN  WOMACH. deceased, l State of Washington, County of SDo-' kane.--ss. Notice Is heqrebF Kivea that Ruby M. Womach, the ]Eeutrtx of the above estate, has rendered and pz'ented for settlement to. and filed i the Superior Court of Spokane County. State of Wa- ington her Final Account am such cu- "trix amt a petition for tim distributloo of said estate in which the Court is asked to mettle said Etate, di-te t pro- petty to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and disclrge the said Ruby M. Womach, and that Wendesday, the 27th day of May, 1964, at the hour of 10:O0 o'clock a. m,, at tim Court room of our said Superior Court. in the City of Spokane, in em, id Spokane Coulty. has beer duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said final account and pe- tition for Distribution. at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his excep- tions iu writing thereto and contest the same. Dated this 29th day of April. 1954. Geo. E. 1,'allquist County Clerk und Cleric of the u),eri(r Court By Edward W. Huneke, Deputy. (May 1-15) BERNARD J. GALLAGHER 424 let St.. Cheney, Washington NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77079 In tile SUl)crior CourL of the State of Wasifiagton i and for the County cf Spoku,. In the Matter of the Estate of CHARLES W. McCONNELL and CLA- RA F. McCONNELL, husband and wife, both deceased, Consolidated Notice is hereby given that the uw]er- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this court ar.d has qualified accordingly, and that all Per- sons havinq claims against said deceased are required to serve claims, duly verified with necesqary vouchers upon the undersigned at R. F. D. N-).. l, Che- ney, Washingto or upon Bernard J. Gallagher, the attorney of record at his office at 424 First Street, Cheney, Wash., and file such claim with proof of such service ir the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spo- kane, Washington within six months after the first publication of this notice or they will be forever barred. Date of first publicatio of this notice is 1st day of May. 1964. John F. McConrbell Executor of the above estate. Berrrd J. Gallagher Attorney 424 First Street, Cheney, Wash. (May 1-15) Cuhatt, Williams, Connelly & Rekofke 1121 Palusen Bldg., Spokane, Wuh. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77043 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the county of Spokane. Irt the Matter of the Estate of ALBERT E. LEESON, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all perscaJs having c/aims against said deceased are required to serve claims, duly verified with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 1121 Paulsen Build- ing, Spokane, Washin'ton or upon Cah- att, Williams, Con,nelly & Rekofke, the attorneys ef record at their office at 1121 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Wah- ingtor 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 this notice. ( they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this J notice is Ist day of May, 1964. { Ottilie Leeson Executrix of the [ above estate, l Cashatt. William. Connelly & Rekofke { Attorneys . [ 1121 Paulesn Bldg., Spoakr, Wash. { (May 1-15) { I 702 Fidelity Bldg., Spokana 1, Walk| NOTICE TO CIY.EDrroRS No. 77032 In the Superior Court of the Stats of Washington i and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of EDWIN J. PETERSON, deceased. Notice ia hereby given that the under signed has been appointed Exseutrlx of the above estate in this Court. and has qualified accordingly, and that al persons baying elaJms against said deeee 8Je .rulrsd to serve claims, duly verb, xt wttn neeeery vouchers, upoe. tl umiea*slgned at 702 Fidelity Building, Speksm, WMhtnon or upon Clamn & Gemmiil the attorneys of revord at their office at 702 Fidelity Building. Spokane, W:imhlngt(m, and file sach claim with proo of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court et the the city of Spokane. Wn. wlth|n six months after the first publication of thll notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of tha first publication of thht notice is let day of May, 1964. Fleda M. Petersc Executrix of the abova estate, Clauson & Gemmill Attorneys 702 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane. Wash. (May 1-16) shCheney made is strongest owing of the seesun lst Fri- day in a high school ttck meet at Est VaKey in which five sebools competed. Floyd Cook's ,homeless squad finished econd wR 47 points. East Vley won the meet, compiling 116 Imints, followed by Oheney width 47, Chewelah, 4L Freaan, 17 and Post Falls, 7. Dick Lee continued to .Vhov improvmeRt in the javelin a:ld hurled the spear 163 feet seven inches to take first. George RosePzweig took fh's Savages Lead Pack As End Draws Near Evregreen Conference base- ball, action moves ck)ser to ts climax ,as Eastern Wasn'on State College,, g the eas- ern divisi,on, mee Ceh-al Washington State in a do,uble- hader in Eilnsburg Sturday afternon. The Savages, 3-1 in cti,isoaa sLandings, are fslic,wed by Whtworh College wth 4-2. Central has 1-5. Should Eastern repeat ts double sweep over Cenral, they wB1 o irao ch, e final two games gairst Whtwrth needing ordy a sin,gle win fvr a repeat of its 1963 d,ivision champiarship. If Dastern loses one to Cea- tral, it would have to down Wtworth twice for the title. Two losses to Cenal would mean the Savages will need two wins oVer Whitwvrt far division crown tie. ALLY ANTICS Cheny Businessmen Fire Dcpartmezt 87 49 R. O. T. C. 77 59 Outlaws 72 64 Hacienda 71 65 Christian Church 71 65 Nabisco 62/ 731/,_, Free Press 55 81 Brown &Holter 48] 87/ Iaeienda 1068. 3169; S. Spacek 233, 109. Timber Toppers  Bantams Bench Wormers " 37 26 Skunky Stinkers 33 29/2 Aces 33 29]/ Bench Warmers 880 (2 games), 464 Susie Dyck 142, 265 (2 games). Timber Toppers  Juniors Team No. 4 46 26 Team No. 3 44 28 Team No. 2 31 41 Team No. 1 23 49 ,Team ]',To. 2 1796; Team No. 3 634 Jimmy Dyck 198; Jerry Flikke 500. Keffee Kup Keglers G. I. Janes 73 1 Four Question Marks 67 G7 Shirt Tales 66% 57 B Plus 66 58 Corny Cobs 62 61 Pill Rollers 56 68 S. O. G. 54" 70 Krazy KaLes 51 73 G. I. Jones 2165, 773 ; Hanrmh Stahl- born 212; Sabra Stewart 493.. Cheney Automotive Higgirs and Henderson 83/ 48 AI' Chevron Station 79 52 Cheney Auto Parts 73 59 Virgil's Enco Station 65 67 Brown &Holter 62 70 Sunset View Ranch 58 74 Hillcrest Stables 54 77fi AI"s Auto Parts 521 79/2_ Cheney Auto Pars 3614; Brown nnd Holter 1080; Roberttmonson 601 ; Paul Delabarre 232. Everybody benefits. When Rural irsThere's somehlng.spedal about a boy' t pay check.,, when it's earned at home. And whether it's a new silica sand plant in Elizabeth, Indiana... a lumber null in Trout Creek, Montana... or a carpet man. utacturer in Anadarko, Oklahoma . . . the , whole nation benefits when new industry brinp payrolls to rural America. Thanks to America's rural electrics cooperatives and other consumer-owned electric systems- new industry is develop ing in the countryside. This husinee growth check the economic erosion that threatens our rural communities. It provides home- town jobs for home-town people, This increased purchasing power in rural America also means more jobs in manufac- turing, transportation and service trades all across the country. And everybody benefits. ' in  100 yard dash, clipping off the century in 11 seconds .fLat. Rosenzweig also won the 220, twaing in a 23.5 effort. The 880 yrd relay teeam, formed by Rosenzweg, Craig Prks, Roy Woo and Sherman Gtmman, do finished First ith a time of 1:39.5. Cheney results: Javehn--Dick Lee, first. Discus--Ron Tubbs, third. Broad Jump---Grdo O1- son, secord. High Jtmp--Tubbs, fiflh. 100 yd. dh--Rosenzweig, first; Parks, second. 440 yd. dash--Guzman, sec- ,EWK Thindads Here Saturday Eastern Wgn SLate Collie :mcl,es cllide vth Whitwarth College on Wood- ard Field in Oheney Sturday far the final dual meet of the season ,at Chancy. Field everts are sohed,uled for 1:3'0. Track eves will go at 2 p. m. Wh4:warh CaRied 56 points to t, ern's 26 in a triang- meet with Ida,he, in wMch the Va'nda seared 1021/h points. Whiovth ,had 98 points to the Sawges' 36 in another trirguiar meet in which WhiCman College scored 39. Shop the easy way, Classifieds. Baseball Spot Goes To Swegle D A N C De,a Swvg}e :ha,s been elect- ed first president of the Spo- kane county boys baseball To The Music Of }ea,gue, a " n, ew ovgam,in formed by consu'lidaton of tw,o othe grotps the past week. Merger of the Cheey boys baseball league and North Spo- kane county bays basebl league was, ,onnced by coun- ty park and recreati,n de,pat- meat officials on Mod'ay. League play will begin June 15 and end with ,a Leveret in e,aly August. Swgle lms been active with lAfl, e Leag,ue and Boy- Scouts in Cleney far several years and was in'stru- nmal in buil, dg the Scout Camp on Badger Lake. The Gents SATURDAY, MAY 2 at The B, end. - . Low hurdles---Dan Shepavd, fifth. 880 yd. run---Richard Mor- i 8 in, fifth. d0000--00o00oozwoi00 fi,rst; &ordon Olson, fifth. YEARS 880 yd. relayRosenzweig, Parks, Woo, Guzman, fh'st. Mother's Day Dave Nicol  Curtis Mathes 11" Portable TV Without Pitches 2nd No-Hitter Dave Nicol pitched another nv-hitter but he als lost his first game of the season as Chancy won to g ,agnes and lose one the past week. Nicol no-hit SeIk:irk as Che- hey won 11-1 but he 'lost a 2-1 decisian to Mead. In the third gane, Deni'Js Springer pitched the Blackhawks to a 10-7 win over Colfax, making it two far three over the Bulldogs this sea,son. Nicol's sprit makes his sea- son record 4-1. Springer n,ow has a 1-1 record. Chuck Ditmar furn'ished the power in the Oolfax game, un- }oaffing a bas-10,ade,d home run and driving in six runs. Dittm:ar had a perfect dy at the plate, ffoing 4-4. Mike IAd- dell was 2-4. Nicol struck out 10 while los, ing to Mead but s mates were limited ) a lone hit, a sngle by Frank Bueller in the fotwllh inaa,in, g. Metd got'majy fern" its off Nicol, al of tevn singles. : :The Che:ey mound ace was in .rare form ,aainst Selkirk stri'king out 14 sad giving p only one whk. Dimmer and MoiRe Pearsonhad dubes and Liddetl socked a triple o pace the hig attack. Cheney 000 100 0 1 Mead 100 100 x 2 Nicol and Buehler; Ward and Brown. Selklrk 000 010 0--1 Cheney 230 033 xl 1 Nicol and Buehler; Gordon and Miller. Cheney-Colfax (short box not available). Generate New Industry r All over America today, officials and members of rural electric systems are work- ins hard with local businessmen and civic leaders to help develop new industry in our rural communities. They are providing the lcadsrdip and management know-how that has come from nearly 30 Fears of succe- gully working together to help themselves and their neighbors . . . of getting the job done because it needs to be done. When the rural electrics started, few of the nation's farms and rural communities had electricity. Existing utilities could see no profit in stringing a mile of power line to serve two or three customers. So the people created their own organizations, and with the help of Rural Electrification Administration loans, served themselves. Today, with rural power needs doubling every seven years, REA loans Continue to help these rural electrics serve the growing needs of their communities. And everybody benefits. America's consumer-owned rural electrics are made up of nearly 20,000,000 citizens, participating actively in their churches, schools, fraternal organizations and their local, state and national government. They know the whole nation benefits when rural America prospers. INLAND POWER & LIGHT CO. Inland Is Good For Spokane County Code No. 572F Code No. 572P / Real bourbon:people reach for "WALKER'S DELUXE They enjoy the extra flavor of the extra years. INAiGHT  WHISgff M.$ PROOF . HIRAM WALKE{ & SONS INC., PEORIA, ILL. 23" Walnut TV .............................. 23" Walnut Console TV 23" Comb. TV, AM-FM Stereo 2]" Walnut Color TV ......... AI With Trade Wear-Ever's Newest Products Stainless Aluminum Clad Cooking Ware 11/2 qt. Sauce Pan with Lid ...................... -. Many Other Pieces MILBERN Cl'rome Ware, Needs No Lazy Susan,s, Reli, sh Dishes,, Can,ape Trays Corning Ware Freezer to Oven Serving C, assaroSes Samsordte ,Card TaMes $8.85 and Samsoaxite Chairs from $8.95 ]3eauiful Early 'Americart Wall Phques, Ghss Ware and Knick Knacks. Attend the Junior Livestock Holmes H Gift Boxed! Wide Selection! Fine Leathers Luxury Fabrics Beautiful billfolds and pursettes wRh matching key, cases, in basic and latest fashion colors. iiiil/! !i !!i]!iiiilili: : ::: =! Fabric GLOVES qoo " Double eave Nylon Add a fashion note to Spring costumes. Classic s!io-o: in white, " .,vther s Day GHt ;: First quality hose in a fine lacy mesh. Proportioned for ,erfect fit. Sizes 82 to H. Screen Prints Satin Appliques A deluxe assortment to .hoose from! Florals, deep-tone colors, many different combinations. BOXED 2-strand necklace satin lined box. ATTEND THE LIVESTOCK SHOW SATURDAY GIFT HANCHIEFS Lace and embroiderYTiC/$1 trimmed. Gift boxed gJ"  .11. Ben Franklin:: LES First Street