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RIPPLE Wash. ESTATI of the State of the County of Estate of deceased. County el po that William the admin- have ren- settlement to the Superior Sty. State of as Iuch etition for the in which the Estate, dis- per- ar, d Lrge and that Wed- 1964 at the a. m., at the said Superior Spokane, in been duly settlemert of Petition for amt place said estate may in writ- same. May, 1964. Clerk and Court. 6) in, Wash. of the State of the County of the Estate of hat the under- Executor i J__ . | i,r , @ FOR SALE New 2 br Tri-level with 3rd Br in daylite bsmt. Built in Rng, fireplace. $15,900. Terms. Bob Wilson, 221 First. Home phone 235-4175. a3tf 3 bedroom home, garage, fur- nishi:ngs optional, good loca- tiom Ideal rer.tal property. 108 N. 5th St. Plmne TE 8-1177. a17tf 3' bedroom home, 2 baths, built- ,in range and oven. HeaMa- tot fireplace, fenced yard, car- Court and , and that all Carpets clear, cashier wi,h against said de- the Blue Lustre Electric Sham- serve claims, vouehere, pooer only $1 per day. Holmes at South 1308 Hdwe. m29 lagton or lDon attorney of rec- ll Paulser, Bldg., 50,000 feet ,rmw surfaced lum- file such claim, be. 6, 10 and 12 inch sheath- sorviee clerk ing, $45 M. 2x4's, $35 M. 2x6 to 2x12, $40 M. 2x6 tongue & or they win groove, $60 M. N. 2505 Center, of this Spokarm (Center is 7700 B,lek sy, 1964. East Trent) WA 6-6756. ,f the m15-j26 oWash- Four bedroom, 11/2 bath home. New'ly redecorated. Phone 235-4671 for further informa- wm tion. mlhtf Large sized building lots, small of the State of down, terms on balance. 235- the County of 4747. ml5tf FOR SALE CONCRETE for Farm and Home Free Estimates and Convenient Terms Crushed Rock for Roads Gravel' for Drainfields ACME CONCRETE KE 4-2626 m8-29 Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner STATE GRANGE MASTER AT GRANGE ANNIVERSARY State grn, ge offices pres- ent at the 60th anniversary of East Spokane grange bast Thursday were State Master A. tars Nelson; iecurer Rolet OMson and Mary Richmond, torfto.ra. Pomonta officers pre,seaat were Mster lay Cariste,nsen tlenry Clausen, Miabel John- ston, Rose Ch,urchi11 a,rd Mar- gJe Hill. Ella Strong, ,a 50-year member, was hen.pred. The program was a therme of the old days. Clar]2ie Porter was one o,f the o timers tak- ing part m the scene of 60 years ago. He represented one of the digrAtaries preseaat the rfigh,t the grange was organ- ized. port with storage shed, Terms I Ed PoSen Re,M Dstate J e FOR RENT --. 424 1st St. 235-4050 mltf Leasing now or summer -  -  i school--one or two bedroom 6 bedrooms, 2 baths, ol4ex furnished nd u:nfurnis'hed home FHA Texm,s. $400.00 apartments. Write 1214 E. $92.00 mondh. 235-4027. 43rd, Spokane. Phone MA 4- mltf 0692 RI 7-7555' mltf 3 bedroom house, 24 N. 8th St. stove and refrigerator fur- nshed. $90. Available after Jurm 1. Call 235-4107. ' m22tf RefuSal option--Almost new 3 Liberty School Selects Ogdon BR a vaihble Jue 15h. $125. Irma Stragier won four blue me., Bob W'flon, Iome phone ribbons and had ^ -e ...... 235-4175.  mltf to state grange. Adaide Lot- one be--m. I sen won four blue ribbons for Spacious ran,e refrigerant iedging, vanity set ad blue, eludes o ,  . . June 1 Phone 235 I white for cookies. Aailable " ml5tt A1Tna Droz won a btue for 4175. edging. Audrey Wevhan won 1 bedroom apt. for rent for the blue for I)fl1ov and blue for a summer quarter, $47.50 per sw,eatar. nmnh. 235-6553. m29tf Merel Hannum, blue on co. fee cake, an,d Nine H(bb, Completely furn,is,hed hesSe!blue for dres. Shirley Patter- for the summer. 703 Fourth Allen Ogden, Eastern Wash- ington State College assist*ant in student services, will speak MANY RIBBONS WON Windsor grge won na'ny blue ribbons at Pomona grange hem at Waverly gange May 9. Clara VanderwaM lad three blue ribbons d one pillow won a purple, blue award and was set to state ALLEN OGDON grange. Roy Dvoz came in second in Spokarte county for a crochet baby set. Ne'ie Hegel woa a wilt be "Why College?" purple, blue ri,bbon on a pil- low. It was sent to sate grange. the estate of the under- that all Frank M Used gasoline nozzles, Cheney Auto Parts, 235-6268. m22-29 in By owrmr, 4527 N. Rustle, Spo- kane, $10,250 for $7,675. Will ta,de for Seattle property, boat or ae model car. Mnst  move. Drive by or call FA 8- the 0761. m22tf Used wash bawl, ca, l} 235- barred. 4426. m22-29p this of the Good building lots ,west Che- nay. Phone 235-4582. Wash. m22-29 2 bedroom lotme, garage and carport, hge fermed yard, East 111 Grace, Medica,1 Lake. St., Phone 235-4539. m29 One upsairs apt. for re,nt. Water and het furnished. $50.00 month, phone 235-6318. m29 One basemrent apt. for rent. Water ,and leat furnished. $45.00 month, plane 235- 6318. m29 3 bedroom hotse, $85 month. 116 6th St., phone 235-4475. m29j26 FLOOR SANDING loor sandirtg and finislting. 30 years experience. Andy Atderson. E. 1409 Central, Spokane. HU 7-0171 ! Of the State of Sk 5'-2603. m29-j5 Clip and ave, for futUrem13_my29prefarenco, " the County of Large ranch style Imuse o,n S-PECIAL------ L,the Estate of corner lot. Four bedrooms, -own  tenor- tWO baths. 235-6345. m29 For St. Vinc--ennt- dee P- Sci- ety, things you no longer 5 room lmuse, 'must be sold to need or use. Help Us To Help settle estate in, Cheney. The Poor. For pickups call BE id d Phone 235-4404. m29 5-6814. jl8tf Good upholstered platform Per well drilng "Try Lee rocker $30; 'under hal price. Fry". 30 years experience. at his Phone 235-6689. m29-j5p S. 1007 Wakn Rd., Spokane For 'Sale: '51 he., 2 door, 63, Wash. WA 6-0303. or they ,h,ardtop. Good condition, m5-jyJp of thb C#I 235-6816 after 5:00.m29p Parents and Teachers FOR SALE OR TRADE iterested in earng a free - set o WORLD BOOK and 3 unit apt., all electric. 716 CHILD CRAFT. Write: 'Jre 5) of the State the County of the Estate of First. Call SA 33211, Ext. 255 m20tf HELP WANTED AVON CALLING; Avon repre- sentative wanted for Four Lakes and Medical Lake texri- ories. Call KE 5-3497 collect for details, m15-29 HELP WANTED--FEMALE LPN, 11 p. m. o 7 a. m. RN, 7 a. m. to 3 p. m. Cheney Home. 235-6549. m29 WANT TO GIVE AWAY Mrs. A. Hansen 201 Nrth Bowdish, Spokane or call WA 6-1719 evenings , ml5-j5p NU-PAC Buying Rabbits & Skins HU 7-493B 931 E. Francis Spokane, Wash. m20tf WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- To Give Away--Free, loveable pair. Ed's Conoco Collie pups. 2 months Id. Phone BE 5-4400. this 235-4466. m29 BuN the above e WANTED TO RENT Two or tlree be daom fur- rushed house or apt. for summer ellge term. Gee. Merrill, 614 W. 16th, Kene- wick, Wn. m29p of of LOST Service. tf dozer work, digging, drain,age ditches, water ways, land cleaing. CaN eveni.ng, 235-6304. m22-j 12 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 =. , BAck Maffnovex transiso radio. Reward. Phone 235-Paisture for 75 cows with 6345. m29 calves, or part of herd. Ralph Schirr, phone Spvague 4671. publication of this summons, to-wit : Within sixty days after the 29th m29 day of May, 1964 and defend the above ertitled action in the above entitled Wanted--30-40 tons grass hay. court, and answer the compialnt of the Quote delivered price to plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer on the undersigned attorneys Betge. Need gentle cow pony. for plaintiff at their postoffice address p. 0. Box 635, Benge, Wash. stated, and in case of your failure to do, judgment wilt be rendered m29-j5p against you according to the demand of said complaint, which has been filed Washington ir and for the County of with the clerk of said court. Spokane, This action is commenced by the In the Matter of the Adoption son's eh.d's dress won a blue ptrple, ,and went to state. Audrey Werhan kome econ- omist clairm,an, presented the ribbons to eight ldies and one man during the Win,dr meet- ing May 20. Metody Aair was .selected to represeat Windsor for the' "Fairest of the Fair" corotst gponsored by the e County Fair Assocation. The fair will be held in Septem- ber. Master Dale Guest weseted Oaa'olyn Pavsh an .horror'. ry secretary certificatearard for 1963. . Windsor gvarge wl have a card party tonigh at 8 p. m. ESSAY W, NS PRIZE ,Jim Patterson won fish place in Spokane County in the grrge's youth contest on Cortservatio for his essay. Moran grange wn the tal- ent eortest in this dis.iet and seal of the Court hereto affixed this 27th day of May, 1964. /s/ George F. Fallquist. Clerk (May 29-June 12) ORDINANCE NO. F-28 An Ordinance vacating the alley in Block 22 of Reservoir Park Addition To Cheney, in Spokane County, State of Washington, and providing for the ef- fective date thereof. I Whereas a petition has been filed with !the City Clerk of the City of Cheney by the owner of all of the property abutting on the alley in Bolck 22, Res- ervoir Park Addition To Chancy, Spo- kane County. Washington, and praying for the vacatior of such alley, and Whereas, a public hearing was held in accordance with Resolution C-163, adopted by the City Council April 28, 1964. said hearing having been held orb the 26th day of May, 1964. and notices of said hearing having been given as required by law, aud Whereas. at said pubile hearing no objections to the vacation of said alley were filed by any perso or persons and the City Council having granted said petition, now, therefore The Gity Council of the City of Cheney Do Ordair As Follows: Section 1 The alley in Block 22 of Reservoir Park Addition To Cheney in Spokar*e County, State of Washington. be and the same is hereby vacated and the same shall no longer be a part of the street and alley system of the City of Chen, ey. Sectior 2 This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect five days after its passage, approval and lmblieation. Introduced. adopted by the City Coun- cil and approved by the Mayor this 26th day of May, 1964. Nolan Brown, Mayor Attest : Roy ross. City Clerk Approved as to Form : Merritt A Johnson, City Attorney (May 9, JOSEPH NAPPI 509-512 Radio Central Bldg., Spokane SUMMONS BY pUBLICATION No. 174185 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in arm for the County of Spokane. Western State Bank of St. Paul, a corporation  Plaintiff, vs Bessie L. Dodge, a single person, De- ferdant. The State of Washinglon to the said Bessie L. Dodge, Defendart: at commentmanet exercises of Laberty High Sehool in Span- gie Men,day eveni'ng. H'is tolic 4 Cheneyites Get Awards Four Cheney studers at Ea'stern Wa,shinon State ColElege have been amed re- cipients of the Award of Mil- itary Excece by the Re- serve Officers Traiaing Corps at Eastern Wa,sbington State College. They are Robin C. Reid, who received  second year award; and Charles A. Gutter- fez, Lawrence E. Gutierrez and Wesley J. Ortob, each of vrhom received a fia'st year award. will compete at state grange during the ,talent payoffs June 7 ,at 7 p. rn. PERSONAL MENTIONS rs. Fred hvtin has re- turned home a_er visiting her sister, AdhLde Larsn, for a week, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dalton have returned to CRarkston af- ter spend'trig several days visiting thedr duhter Mrs. Earl Rohwer, ,ad so, Io Dalton.. Adelaide .sen entertained at dmr Su,dy for Ebb Neflsen, excharge studeni from Copenhagen, Denmark, wo will 'be leaving for ttome today. Others attnding were Mr. arid Mrs. Fred, Martin, M. ard Mrs. J. B. Garva, s and Mrs. Krestine Gromebek of Spo- la.e. Mrs. Nel'ie Hagei and Mrs. Lulu Edson are vacationing in North Dakota, vitin,g re,a- fives. Mrs. Alan Morasch was hon- ored Thursday night at Wind- sor grange hall with a blue anid pink Shower for the ew arrival due m Ate June. Mrs. Fora Smith entertain- ed ,at lunch last Thursday for Mrs. Bertha Warner f Ever- ett and Mrs. Redrick Sradley of Spoane. Mrs. Emmett Kampa ener- rained Friday at ,a .unchen for Mr. and Mrs. lWike Araol,d- do, Mrs. Daisy Hicks and Mrs. Flora Smith William Shuttz is convalesc- ittg :at home after a sy in the hospital. Galling on: Minnie Metcher last Sunday were Emma Doughty, Lepta Widner, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Jo and son Jan. Mrs. Veva Jones entertained at dinner last Sunday for Le- one Widner. Mrs. Nin,a Hob]as had ,as rec- ent visitors Mr. ,and Mrs. Joe CaMwell from San Francisco. Mrs. Clap Phifli:ps spet 'last weekend visiting friends in I Porthnd. Richter, Wimberley & Ericson 708 ONB Bldg., Spokane I, Wash. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION You are hereby summone to j)pear N). 174561 in the above entitled corot wittdn 60 I the Superior Court of the State of days after the first publication of this summons, to-wit: within 60 days after Washington, in and for the County of the 29th day of May, 1964, and defend Spokane. IVAN LEVI TUCKER, Plaintiff vs. the above entitled action ir the court ANNABELLE R. TUCKER, Defendant. aforesaid, and answer the Complairt The State of Washington to the said of the plaintiff, nnd serve a copy of Annabelle R. Tucker: our answer upon the undersigned at- You are hereby eummoned to appear torney at his office below stted; nnd within sixty (60) days after the date of in case of your failure so tO do, judg- the first publicatio of this Summons, ment will be ratedred against you ac- to-wit: Within sixty (60) days after the cording to the demand of the Complaint 29th day of May, 1964, and defend the which has been filed With the Clerk of above entitled action in the above entit- said Court. That the cause of action herein et led court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your forth is to foreclose a certain mort- Answer upon the undersigred attorneys plaintiff for the purpose of obtaining STEVEN DIMOFF. JOSEPH gage executed by Charles E. Johnson an absolute and final decree of divorce DAVID DIMOFF. Minors. and Virginia G Johnson, to J. L for plaintiff, at their office below from the defendant, and a decree award- To: rater Dimoff and to all to Cooper & Co, and thereafter lassigred stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against ing her the care, cnstody and control it may concern, to the plaintiff, which mortgar is re- you according to the demand of said of the minor child of the parties, and You and each of you are hereby nest- corded in Volume. 1037 of Mortgages, complairt, which has been filed with awarding her the household goods of the fled that there has been' filed in this page 311, Dcumet No 962254B, rec- the clerk of said court. parties, and the sum of $75.00 monthly Court a Petition for the adoption of erda of the Spokane County Auditor, The object of the said action and the for the support tfe the air*or child of Steres* Dimoff. Joseph Dimoff and David and is upon the following described pro- relief sought to be obtained therein is the parties and sum o $560.00 for Dimoff, minors, praying also that there perty: fully set forth i said Complaint and her attorney"s fees and costs, of this be first an adjudication that the con- Lot 5, in Block 3 of Cook & Byers is briefly stated as follows: Action for action' all on the grounds )f cruel treat- set of Peter Dimoff to that adoption Addition, according to plat recorded an absolute Decree of Divorce dissolv- ment and non-support, is not required by law. in Volume "B" of Plats, page 24, in ing the marriage of the plaintiff and The City of Spokane, Spokane County, the defendant upon the grounds that the Friday, May 29, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 5 Marshall News By Carol Yates DANCE RECITAL HELD A dance reci.'al was held in "Windsor School gymnlaium Saturday. It was very succe- ful. PRESENT RECEIVED Tuesday at the Windsor P- TO, Betty Smith was presented with a watl clock in honor of having served ,as PTO presi- dent this year. BALL FIELD READY A report was given on the progress of the WJndsr play- grotmd improvement. It was reported that the Little League will he laying on the new basebl field this summer. The meeting was foHrved by a coffee h,our. GAME ATTENDED ! Members of the Wind,sor sMey petal attended the baseball game between the Spolane Indians and Little Rock, Tuesday. ACTIVITIES PLANNED The Marshall youth group held a eonhiation pienc nd baseball party Sturday at Fadin Park in Spokane. There were .about 30 in at- tendance. Tomorrow will be the an- nual grad ua.ion banquet of the Marshall youth gv0up. The banquet wi be hem a @asey's restaurant in Spokane. Five high school seers will be honored and after dinner en- tertainments will be provided. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Lil Greene entertaed ,at a Potluck dinner Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Cunningham and family, Mrs. Diane Marcy and daugh- ter Lisa and Mr. and Mrs. Le- Roy Watts, all of Spokane'. 5ames George and David Peters we,re visitors of the Al- bert Peters May 24. Mrs. Rosa- mond Lanphear "vied Mr. and Mrs. Al.bert Peters Friday. SMrley Rosenbury ad Od)is Paterson spent the nglrt with the Peters family Friday. Pearl Peters spent the aiht with a friend duri, ng the week Ruby Peters was a guest of Carol Yaes Stmday aRernon: Bond Sales Totaled Spokane County sales of Series E and H Savings Bnds amounted to $426,048 during April, Clmi,rman Edward Betz sa,id today. Computers analyze the rm- tritive content of meas served at Veterans Administration hospitals, to assue detitians that proper nutiti, en s being provided. CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- al equipment and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di rector of Prhasing, Roon 121 Showalte Hall. Proposal forms may be ob rained at the above office. T. T. Wall, Director of Purchasing (July 1, 1963-July 1, 1964) The Veterans Administrat- tion will pay $250 or the aual cost of the burial of a deceased veteran, if it is less than that amount. Deceased veterans qu,a=lify fro ths if they (1) sep- arated from wame service unde conditions other than dishonorable; (2) were dis- charged from peaeeCAme ser- vice because of a disability; or (3) were receivmg r were elig- ible to receive d2sa,bily corn- pensati0n:. Pasture Wanted " Buyers for Cheney.Med. ical Lake pasture, or cattle, grain combination. Jay Smick, RI 7-8659, Will Rogers Agency i m22-29 Directory INSURANCE For your Life, Health and Accident Insurance Call or See ' : ELMER C. KLEWENO 518 2nd St. 235-4727 Girardian Insurance ReD. CUSTOM BUILDING FHA, VA or Conventional Financing Free Estimates '* ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE 424 First Phone 235-4050 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring .... :' Elect. Heat,: Motor=, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4.2/05 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST " Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. Complete Real Estate Service Listings needed for Our bu,- era. We Trade Sell All Types of Property and Buy Contracts. See, Write or phone -- STAN SPEAR -- M-M Realty Co., Inc. W. 929 Sprague RI 7-7116 a3Otf WHEAT GROWERS! ,: Let Sprague Grange Supply help grow your crop with Shell NH3 Aqua.Sulphur Phosphates .......... Call 3611, Spragua, Corlect. a2400 B Jack's Garage AUTO REPAIRS 24 HR. EMERGENCY TOWING We Have The "Key Charge Plan" 215 First St. 235-657 or 235-4468 m15-i 19 HAIL Crop Shatter Loss Also Fire, Liability, Casualty, Boat Gleeson & Smith Attorneys for Plaintiff A hearit*g for such purpose will be By Haro]d M. Gleeson had on he 55th day of June. 1964. at Washington; it is the further object said defendant has treated the plaintiff Boot's [nsurance Agency Postoffice Address: the hour of 9:30 a. m. in the Presiding of said actio to bar the defendant of in a cruel manner and has subjected , 402 Sherwood Bnliding Court ef the Spokane County Super- all right, title,, lien or estate in and him to personal indigrzities, rendering nf Spokane, Washington ior Court i :the City and County of to said premises, except the right of his life burdensome, together with such of (May 29-July 3) Spokane, Washington, at which time redemptlon, and to sell said property other re]ief as may be just and proper. 403 First St. 235-4453 -- and place all persons interested shall at Sheriff's sale in the manner provided Richter, Wimberley & Erieksow THOMAS MALOTT appear am] show cause why such ad- by law. By William P. Wimberley Attorneys for d G t: 415 Spokane and Eastern Building judicati0n should not be made and why. Joseph N, ppi. of Attorneys for Plaintiff P]aintlff Hartfor Insurance roup Spokane, Washington if made, the petitior should not be P. O. Address: Office and Post Office Add. 509-512 Radio Central Bldg., 708 Old National Bank Bldg., G thereafter heard forthwith and the:spokane, Washington Spokane 1, Washington--MAdison 4-5191 range Insurance NOTICE prayer granted. No. /7265 Witnesseth the Ho. John J. y, Date of : 29. 1964. Date of fi May 29 1964. fn the Superior Court of the of Judge of the Superior Court and the 29-July 3) 3)