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C.ere. 00u.e 1,0, Bill Jumbo.':-'---'s [,e,e*r"-'- h00elical Lake News On Reading TopsContest I Editor's Note: This story has Price you know tlte topics and By Katherine Holloway J been selected by the Free how the authors oganized Press editorial staff as the best them, go a!head and read 83 Medical Lake Seniors Get High School Diplomas An overflow crowd of I,I00 attend graduation exeruises for 8 Medical ke 1-Ugh School sei0as lt ursday at the hoot u. Yh%tz Gi>h, dxman of the Board of Divecm, pe- sented dplmas o 1be c largest in e history of the schvO1. Dorald Tay1r, salutatm'iaa, vpoke on, "Responbility"; lmaM Ri ,mmnd, waledictar- ian, spoke on reasVns for ar- ticling conege. Other peekers were Eileen Heyer, who spoke on memor- able moments t Medicml Lake High School; lWargatet BLack, on, "The Making of Ameri- cans"; 'and lockie Draper, class president, who gave a fa,rewe,ll address from the cl. Trophies Presented Doaakl Kyle, high school counselor, presend trophies to_ the 1arets of I)nald Toy. I'0 md Itand Richmzmd, rec- ognizing help given their sons during their .high sclmol years, Tt, h the degree f success they earned. Qavy Gasgow reved three aards--4nuh4ir.g the $231 E.stern Washington State Col- iege atmnni aw.rd arid the $200 Paent-TeaVher sehohr- ship, presented by Mrs. Cecil Lig eitizemlip awards west o Slfigeko Wyekand and Jim Lundgren. The outstand- ing senior athlete sword went to. lasgow. Principal James V M_atre presented the citi- zensp award. The aduates: Cynthia Adams Cynthia Adams, Clyn E. Allen, ail L. Al'son, Pbert E. C. Artz, Charles R. Austin Jx., 1V-'ga'et E. Black, Ilse Box, John A. Brmyer, Johnny Brive, Cash J. BrockmmL Ter- rio J. B0vn, Joe S. Butch- field, Connie L. (:ha2aemer, H.arcton P.  II, James L. Cormelly III, Jan W. DeAvm- oul, Tlmmas C. Dempsey, Harry It. Dirksn Jr., Rekferd K, Draper, Renee J. Emnds, Virginia L. F'd, RiChard L. Fureth, Gerald A. Gemmrig, Alan S. Gitbreth, Gary A. gaw, SMvley J. Glueek, Sherry L. Gaf, Cregory J. GrlMmm, C'ytl A. Gray, Wilm L. Gray, $olee M. Gvhnxn, Barbara E. Haase, Sheba R. I-Irson, Wlli'am O. Haynes, Joyce J. Hebert, James R. Hi--brick,  G. Hodson Elen S. Hoffman, Datta- Jertsen, Cag B. Jtflm-[ son. Michael Jones Michael Jones, Terence L.. ones, PameLa L. 05rnes, Brian T. Kelley, Ora J. Kirg, Pete KuMmn'n, Alvni S. Lebsack, Karen A. Llewellyn, mmes T. Lurd, gren, ttabert W. Ma, Grog M_sterson, $oh W. Mc- Bride, Karen Mink, Lewis W. Moore, Pa,ul L. uney, The- rea H. Nilles, Michael T. Odell, Gregory B. Oliver, Nan- cy L. Osterhout, IAnda Patter- son, Barbara J. Peterson, Ste- GIRLS TO TRACK MEET Four grade sch(ol gir trav- eled to Wenatehee lst Satur- day to take part in the A. A. U. Junior Olympics. Accom- 1)anying them were their coach, Roland Jovrtsoa, and Mrs. Samueis. Taking part were Darienne and Roxanna Ralphs, Cindy Thomas and Crauffia HollMay. They had plenty of support from theft ets .as all were present, idcluding the Art Itahs, the Roy Holidays arid he Hub- err Thumaes. To quarry, these girls bad to Jn either a first or second place 't the ea pre'Rminar- s holdS,at Shade Park en May 19. Twenty-six girls from Med- ical Lake took pat. In the ban- tam (under 10 years of age), Darier, ne llphs took first in the rung  jm_p and Cndy  svcond. l)tr. ienne took eortd in the stand- ing broad jump. Cudia Hklli- day, qualifyg in the mid- ts (10 and 11 year olds), took phce r the running broad jump t 14 fet, 8 inch- es. She atso won seconds in the soft ball thinly and the 50 yard dash. Winnirtg thi'rd places, but u,nble to c-npete at Wenatcbee, were Laurie Cook arid Kathy ToMe. The g'wls were presented with medals similar to Ol.wn-" pic medals. Cudia oid,ay brought tame a gold medal in the soft bal -mow and a silver for the 50 yard dash and a sil- ver for running bread jump. Cindy Tlmmas took third in the rurming boad jump and Pexanna Ra.lph tk a bronze meM in the running broad jump. She took first in SPO- kan and second in the stand- in:g broad jump. phen D. Prescott, Douglas L. Prbstfeld, Maxea A. Reed, Rene M. Reed, Sandra A. Reit- meier, Ronald C. Riahmd, ,I-Lwy C. Sxb, Rebec I. Skin, Pail E. Smi, Neva J. Smith, Patricia A. Stley, Ter- esa L. Tabor, Donald E. Tay- lor, Robert Turrbough, Shiela A. Tyler,  A. Wetzel, Diaxm White, James E. Wiess Jr., oxd P#aedeene L. Wood- wd. BOOKMOBILE COMING The Spokane County Book-[ mobile wli give MedlcA Lake a ,trl run this summer. They are prepared ,to meet the needs of children, yotmg arid old, large or small, arid $1m ad,ls, too. Hours  be from 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. Monday after- rmons to enable persons em- ployed on the da Shift at near- by institutions to rrmke use of the library. It is hoped that everyone will take an active pat so that this fac'flity wi'll be !kept in the community. The Bobmohie 1 stop at the old high school on June 8 and 22, July 6 ad 20 and on Aug- u.st 3, 17 and 31. ATTENDANCE PERFECT Mrs. Wynia rpor 19 grade school students attrted per- feet attendanoe dring this sch, ool year. From the first grade are Judy Irown and Becky Imler; seared grade, Stuart M(ee and Sylvia lo- marts; th@d grade, Beth Ann Heyer, Susan Kukuk and Beth Thomas; fourth grade, John Black and Gerald Bottom; fifth grade, Fred SeeShtz, Dimna Tlmmas ami Deba Winans; sixth grade, Wayne I4odgson, Guy , Jennifer McGee, Ronna Rai)hs aml Janie Ty- son, and seventh gve, Keith I.odgson and Wray Beth Jhn- ston. 8TH GRADERS GRADUATE The fol(wiwg will eer high school tMs fall, ,having completed the eighth grade: Kathleen, Brown, Bobby CoUlr, Gretchen m, Ross Jerseh, Everett Meserve. Jo Ann Schmeker, Mflton Till, Sart4ra Van Do, Janiee Cogs- well, lhrvy Croffman, Shirley Hodgsn, Diane Karr, Ka- I, een Peper, Ricky Schmoker, Pberta Trainer, Disarm Wade Raymond Cooley, David Em. ensan Dean Holliday, James Kuhn Micheal Roberts, Mit- clle'll Smith, Darrell Turn- beu, gh, and Dlanne Winan. VETERANS TO MEET Bavricks and Auxiary of Veterans of World War I will meet Tuesday t 8 o'clock in City HalL. CHURCH MEETING SET Ladies Aid of the Commun- ity Church will meet Wednes- day at 1:45 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Leorm Penose, with Mrs. Lura Palmer as co-'hos - )es. .OYAL CHAPTER TO MEET Loyal Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet Mn- day to hnor fathers. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lunder have returned froan a three- week trip to Rochester, Minn., where Lunder went through the clinic. They also visited relatives there and in Glen- dive, Wibaux and Great Fails, Moult. Visiting with the CLaude Gzrners on Wednesday were the Neff Humberts and Mary Snead of Cheney. Visiting on Thursday and Friday was Em- ma FAdred of Calgary, /l. The John Bas spet Thurs- day and Friday visitirg with friends in the Waih Wall area. On Sunday they dreve to Addy to visit with Mr. ad Mrs. Frank Rieeher. Visiting t the Ray Ader- son home hst week was &s. William Baldwin of Gwm" n, Mich. Tony Appel dove to on- nell hst week to .ttend the gradtmtion of 'hi's granddugh- ter, Anita Krug, fom gh svlmal. On Sunday he and Lin da Kug Lad as picnic guests th Edward Krugs af Connell, the Jim Hein family of Rear- dan and Harry Cugher of Mos- cow. Lyle Fuson of Hobo, Ore., spent the weekend a the hne of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ohase Atjar of Riclland were Tuesday eve- niug visitors a the Arlie Bar- telts. Mrs. Anna Bratten is spend- ing some time ha Lin4say Hall at St. Luke's Hospital as a re- sult of breaking bones in her foot. Visitors ,at the Brown home last week were Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Broley of Victoria, B. C. Bob Brawn was ome for the weekend. Monday birthday dinner guests were Mrs. Helen Mills and Mrs. Hilyard of Spo- kane. Frank Beschek, Who has been :at Lindsay ail for quite some time, will be leaving the hospital soma to live in Spo- kane. Mr. nd Mrs. Ed Mahon at- tended the graduation of their granddaughter, Karen Mahn, from Cheney High Schl on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Dur- fee ad Tom and the ax Bates drove to Twisp on Sun- day to it. Tom renmined to spent the summer with the George Miller family. Mr. and Mrs. Ade Wagoner of Hot Sprirtg, Mont. and Mrs. Hattie Maser of Sn0hmis,h VJRed rlast week at the P.im- erR, with Agrms Heyer and with the AI Svensons. Mr. and Mrs. George Pa'lm- er ,and Marion King and Pat atten, ded the Bethel*,, 17 instl- lateen at Cheney on Sunday. The Irvin Im,h, offs had as visitors Last week Mr. E. W. Smith of Des Moines, Wash., and ,.his .son Earl of Seattle. The Focrest Clarks and the Arehie Lairds attevded the graduation of Irmie Clark from North Central High School irn Spokane on Sunday. The Carroll Kaplans were overnight guests on Saturday' at the Monroe KapLan lmme near Spangle. Poandy John,so celebrated his first birthday n Saturday. Guests were Kenneth Peter- son arid daughter Karle.ne of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hansel, Nina and Floyd Arp of Cheney and Luella Kulm and her guest, Mae Krsak. Mr. nd Mrs. Wa'ldo Jackson drove to Tacoma on Friday to brirg home Gwen, a student a Pacific Lutheran U.ver- sity, for the summer vaca- tion.. I Maude Dittberner and Jo Harding drove to Evans to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ed 'Rassrnussn. Mr.. and Mrs. Helmer M.,m of Priest River, Idatm, spent the weekend .at the Harry Bowers' home. The Rebekah S0c club met at the home of Elan mwn ast week with 12 presen. Win- ners of prizes were @esirm Preston and  Swanron. The Boy Scout pack meeting was held on Fri4ay evem'ag at the City Hall with Mr. Wood- ward in charge. The theme of the evening was "In4ian Month." Mr. and Mrs. Ab G=ffith drove to Pendleten, Ore., over the weekend to visit wh the Sid Jacks and their baby son, Todd Lewis, born on May 22. This is the first greagrand- child for the Griffiths. While ,there .they had a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Lewis Ableman, of Crescent City, Cat, f,. article of several submitted for judging by Medical Lake High School student.journalists. The project was sponsored by the Cheney-Medical Lake Rotary Club. Bill Stimson is the auth- or. SLOW READER TAKE HEED The most common way of learning today is reading. A high seh'ool student is expoS- ed to be able to read effective- ly, but can actually get by with- out much skil  reading. This is ot so in ctlege. Ahnost a college courses require exten- sive and d:fffieult reading. The process of reag is the transplarrting of thou.ghs. More simply, reading is think- ing. Bill Stimson When the poor reader wants ,to earn something from a par- ticuar piece of reading, he reads slowly, thinking that this wl md his comprehe,nsi'on. This ow reading is atu.ally more of a hinderence than a help because the slow pace al- lows the ,mind to vnder and become bored. A ast pace will keep the mirtd alewt to catch the fastF,moving ideas. Fast readers are better readers than slow readers. Because the reading in early ife is done for kmwledge, peaple estab'li lazy,radin,g habits. Almost anyone can read 25 per cent faster than he des now. The best way to speed up your reacting is simply to start readng faster. When you read somethn: g, ,step up your pace. To rad faster, h0wevr, you shouM revise some of your ha,bits. Read tlmughts, nt words. The only fing import- ,ant in any reading materl is the thotghts. In your reading, don't bother with de, just get the maia ,thoughts. 'if you want to renmmber and understand what you read, go about t in ,a ogiga way. Reading Oan be likened to ex- aminirg a b,uilng. Y wou.ldnt go up to a lmildirrg ,and start examinirg it by look- ing at each brick, but would first get an overall idea of it. One you saw wht it Ioeked like ,s a whole, then you amld start exmng it eosely. Be- fore you start to read, ook the material over to get ,an idea of vthat you will learn. Look at the title, subtitles, pictures, and glance around the pages. svaiht through for the meat of the ,article, igroring details. The last step in the reading process is putting he material aside .and testing yourse,l on it. Be sure yo knv the idea,s, examples used, ad what ay graphs that were used mean. Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plotts VISITORS ATTEND MLHS GRADUATION blx. and Mrs. William Tan- ler of Enumelaw mad Mrs. Jock Harkness of Tumater were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Heyer fom Wed- nesday to Sunday. They came ,to attend the graduation of Eileen Heyer from 'the Medi- cal Lake High SChool. Mrs. Don Shea underwent a tonsillectomy Thursday. tev. ami Mrs. Barney of Lewiston Orchards were Sun- day dnner guests of the Bob Sheas. Rev. Barrmy was guest ptor at the Nazarerte church in Cheney Sunday. lWr,. and Mrs. Jhnnle Brown attended a birthday party in horror of Arma Mac Brandt of Medical Lake at the D0ald Culer home in Spokaae Sat- urday. Later in the day they visi'ted the Roy Cutlers at Or- chard Prairie. The Becket family ,held a reunion at the Sprague city park Decoration Day Wit'h 26 members present. Those coming from a dis- tance were Mrs. Kate DenAs of Omak; Dorothy Dens and two sons, Graxtd Coulee; &r- chie Becker of Pullman; Mrs. Itose Larson, Moscow, and the Pete Fountains ,of Moscow. The others were from Sprague, Tyler and Spokane. Lloyd Ableman returrmd home Monday ater a three-day visJ with hs daughter, Mrs. Roy Morrill, in Rickland. Mrs. Grace Mi(/he,ls at- tended ,funeral services for Mrs. Hagel Artderson in Almi.m Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ham and daughters arm Rusty HoKoway attended the installation of Ruth Bell :as queen of Job's Daughters Sunday a@ternoon at the M ,as0c Tenle in Che- n,ey. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Can- ley e Cheney were hosts to Mr. ,and Mrs. Rezea Plotts on an ,oernight trip thvoa the Coulee Dam and Dry allS area Saturday and Sunday. Bob Plotts and Deamis San- ders of Spekan caled on Mrs. PI,tts Sr. Thumday eve- ring. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baxter, Sylvia and Mike o Yakbna were Monday aftenaoon visit- ors of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Petersan. Mrs. Baxter 'and Mrs. Peterson are cousins. The Ham family, Mrs. Plotts Sr. and Wim,a P1otts made the rounds of their cemetaries and Ford Dealer Hot Year Trading Rally! [ [lllll I __ Get king-size savings on our king-size Galaxie! We're celebrating the sizzling sales and scorching track record of our tota__] performance Galaxie with the hottest trades in the West! Extra-high trade-in allowances on every car on the floor--especially our big Galaxies.  Come early! FORD HAS THE BIG RECORD IN OPEN COMPETITION! Shoe 12, Fords bal wo I1 OUl 01 the fast 12 | $00-mlle-and-0vir NA.AR load eod trKk wentsl FORDS FORDS DATE TRACK FINISHED DATE TRACK FINISHED 4-5-64 Atlanta, Ga. 1, 3 3-17-63 Atlanta, Ga. !, 8110 2-23-E4 Day0naeeach, Fta. 4,0 2-24- DalmB-2,Ra. 1,2,4,$,10 1.19-64 Riversidd, Calif. 1, 2, 3, 5, | 1-20.63 Rivm'slde, Clflif. I, $ 11-11-63 Aususta, GI. 1, 2, S, 9 9-3-62 Oa,-flntes, S.C. 1,3,1 9-2-63 Daflinlgn, S. C, I, 2, 3, 4, S Ikl6- Allamla, 6a. 1, S 6-2-$3 Charlotte, N.C. I, 6, 7,10 5-27-$ Chaothl, N.C. !, 3, 5, | HOTTE00 ;T TRADES IN TOWN:..AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S 402 Second Street RATCLIFFE COMPANY Phone BE 5-6238, Cheney, Wn. were joirmd by Mr. and M. J. Mnning Plotts and E, lia Snfih of Chewehh t River- side Park Decoration Day. Lat- er they lunched with Wilma Piotts in Cheney. McGillivray, Jones, Clarke & Jones 309 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hon. Superior Court of Spo- kane County, on the 5th day of May, 1964, hy the Clerk thereof, ir the ease of Sherwood & Roberts, Inc., a corporation, Plaintiff vs. Robert G. Wideman and Evalyre M. Wideman, husband and wife, et el, De- fendants No. 171945, and to me, as Sher- iff, directed and delivered. Notice is hereby given that I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for rash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m., on the 26th day of June, 1964, at South Courthouse Door, Spo- kane, in Spokane County. i the State of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the above named defendants in arid to the following described real property, to-wit : COUNT ONE Lot 17, Block 11, Cozza Eight Addition. according to plat recorded i Volume 6 of Plats, page 7, in the City of Spo- kane, Cbunty of Spokane, State of Wash- ing'ton I That plaintiff, Sherwood & Roberts, Inc., a corporation, be, and it is here- by awarded Judgment against defend- ants. Robert G. Widema and Evalye M. Wideman, husband and wife, in- dividually, and against the community composed of them, as follows: Principal sum $14,150.19 Accrued interest to 9-24-63 nt 6% 569.95 Accrued interest to 3-18-64 at 12% 808.50 Pro-rata costs and title exper*se 43.85 Attorney fee 866.00 Together with interest at 12% from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 on judg- ment. And interest at 6% from 5-4-64 to sale on judgment, at torney's fee and costs II That Defendant. Edgar C. Davis, d-b-a Davis Cabinet Shop, be. and he is here- by awarded Judgmert against defendant. Robert G. Wideman, husband of Evalyne M. Wideman. individually and against the community composed of them, as follows : Principal sum $594.36 Interest 4-19-63 to 3-18-64 at 6% 32.61 Attorney Fee $125.00 Together with interest at 6% from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 or judg- ment. And irterest at 6% from 5-4-64 to sale on judgment, attor- ney's' fees and costs COUNT THREE Lot 15, Block 1, of Elder Addition, as per plat thereof recorded in Volume 7 of Plats, page 44; situate in Spokane County, State of Washington I That plaintiff. Sherwood & Roberts, Irc., a corporation, be, and it is hereby awarded Judgment against defendants, Robert G. Widema, and Evalyne M. Wideman. husband and wife, individual- ly, and against the community com- lmsed of them. as follows: Prirmipul sum $11,720.39 Accrued iterest to 9-24-63 at 6% 583.43 Accrued interest to 3-18-64 at 12% 680.08 Pro--rata costs & Title expense 43.86 Attorney fee 768.60 Together with interest at 12% from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 on jud mont. And interest at 6% from 5-4-64 to sale on judgment, attor- ney's fees and costs II That defendant, Edgar C. Davis, d-i b-a Davis Cabinet Shop, be and he is hereby awarded judgment against defend- ant. Robert G. Wideman. husband of Evalyne M. Wideman, individually, and] adair*st the community composed of them, I as follows : Principal sum $666.90 Interest 4-29-63 to 3-18-64 at 6% 35.61 Attorney fee 125.00 Together with interest at 6% from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 on judg-- mont. And interest at 6% from 5-4-64 to sale on judgment, attor- ney's' fees and costs V That defendant, Central Pro-Mix Cr crete Co., a corporation be, and it is hereby awarded judgment against de- fendant, Robert G. Wideman, husband of Evalyne M. Wideman. individually. end against the community composed 'of them, as follows: Principal sum $303.86 Irterest from 3-25-63 at 6% COUNT FOUR Lot 2, Block ll, Coza Eighth Addi- tion. according to plat recorded in Vol- ume 6 of Plats, page 7, i the City of Spokane, County of Spokane and State of Washington I That plaintiff, Sherwood & Roberts, Inc.. a corporatior*, be, and it is hereby awarded Judgment against defendants, Robert G. Wideman and Evalyne M. Wideman. husband and wife. individ- ually, and against the community com- posed of them, as follows: Prircipal sum $19,013.28 Accerud niteerst to 9-24-63 at 6% 740.25 Accrued interest to 9-24-63 at 12% 1,102.50 Pro-rata costs and title expense 43.85 Attorney fee 1,060.00 Together with interest at 12% from 3-t8-64 to 5-4-64 oX judg- ment. Arid interest at 6% from 5-4-6,1 to sale on judgment, attorney's fees and costs COUNT FIVE Lot 6. Block 7, Pacific Heights Seventh Addition, according to plat recorded it* Volume 6 of Plats, page 79. in the City of Spokane, County ef Spokane, State of Washington I That plaintiff, Sherwood & Roberts, Inc., a corporation, be, sad it is hereby awarded Judgment agaimst defendants Robert G. Wideman and Evalyne M. Wideman. husband and wife, individual- ly, and aainst the community com- po of them, as follows: Principal sum $9,018.54 Accrued interest to 9-24-63 at 6% 227.43 Accrued interest to 3-18-64 at 12% $20.92 Pro-rata costs and title experme 48,85 Attorney fee 640.00 Together with interest at 12% from 3-18-64 to 5-4-04 on judg- ment. And interest at o from 5-4-64 to sale on judgmsnt, at- torney'E fees and costs. II That defendant, Central Pre-Mix Con- crete Co., a corporation, be. and it is hereby awarded udgraent against de- fendant, Robert G. Wideman, husband of Evalyne M. Wideman. individually and against the community composed of them. as follows: Principal sum $380.33 Interest from 4-1-63 to 3-18-64 at 6% 21.02 Attorney fee 125.00 Together with interest at 6% flu)m 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 on judg- ment. And interest at 6% from 5-4-64 to sale on judgment, at- torney's' fees and costs. COUNT SIX Lot 9 of Block 3 of Northwest Terrace Addition, according to plat recorded in Volume 7 of Plats. page 29, in the City of Spokane. County of Spokane and State of Wasbir*gton r That Plait*tiff. Sherwood & Roberts, Inc,, a corporation, be, nnd it is hereby awarded Judgment against defendants, Robert (. Wideman and Evalyne M. Wideman, husband and wife. individual- ly, and against the community com- posed of them, as follows: Principal sum $10,740.51 Accrued interest to 9-24-63 at 6% 336.59 Accrued interest to 3-18-64 12 % 622,01 Pro-rata costs and title expense 43.85 Attorney fee 730.00 Together with interest at I2% from 3-18-64 to 5--4-64 on Judg- ment. And interest at 6 from 5-4-64 to sale on Judgment. at- torney's fees and costs. II That defemiant, Central Pro-Mix Con- crete CO., a hereby awarded fendant, Robert G. of Evalyne M. and against the of them, as follows: Principal sum Irterest 4-8-63 to at 6% Attorney fee Together with 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 at 6% meant. And interest 5-14-64 to sale on III That defendant, a (rporation, be, awarded judgment Robert G. Wideman M. Wideman, the conmunity the following sums: Principal sum Interest 4-1-63 to at 6% Attorney fee Together with interest:: from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 ment. And interest at 5-4-64 to sale on judgment and costs IV That and Gordcm ern Drywall be, and they are ment agairst man, husband of individually, and composed of them, as Principal sum Interest rom 4-27-63 to at 6% Attorney fee Together with interest from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 mont. And interest at 5-4-64 to sale on torney's" fees and V That defendant, Davis Cabinet Shop, awarded udgment Robert G. Wideman. M. Wideman, the community follows : Principal sum Interest from 5-20-63 iS at 6% Attorney fee Together with from 3-13-64 to mont. And interest 5-4-64 to sale torney's fees and Lot 18, Block 5. according to plat of Plats. page 44, State of Washington I That plaintiff. Inc., a corporation,, by awarded ants. Robert G. M. Widemar. vidually, and composed of them, a Principal sum Accrued interest to at 6% Accrued interest to at 12% Pro-rata costs and experse Attorney fee Together with from 3-18-64 to ment. And interest 6-4-64 to sale on torney'a' fees and II That crete Co., a hereby awarded fendant, Robert G. of Evalyne M. and against the them. as follows: Principal sum Intercept 4-8-63 to at 6% Attorney fee Together with from 3-18-64 to mont. And interest 5-4-64 to sale on tin'ney's fees and Ill That DefendantS, and Gordon Drywall and they are against defendant, husband of dividaully, and composed of them, sums : Principal sum Interest from 5-24-63 t at 6v/v Attorney fee Together with from 3-1-64 to merit. And interest 5-4-64 to sale or torney's fees and IV That Defendart. Davis Cabinet hereby awarded fondant. Robert of Evalyno M. aand against the of them. as followS: Principal sum Interest from 5-31-63 at 6% Attorney fee Together with from 3-18-64 to mont. And irterest 5-4-64 to sale on torney's fees and Lot 7, Block 6, according to plat : 6 of Plats, page 44, State of Washi That plairtiff, Inc., a corporation, awarded Judgment Robert O. Wideman, husband ually, and agair*st posed of them, as Principal sum Accrned irterest to at 6% Accrued interest to at 12% Pro-rata costs and expense Attorney fee Together with from 3-18-64 to merit. And 5-4-64 to sale on lorney's fees and That defendant. crete Co.. a hereby awarded fendant, Robert of Evalyne M. and against the them. as follows: Principal sum Interest from at 6% Attorney fee Together with from 3-18-64 to ment. And 5-4-64 to sale on torry's fees and That defendant, a corperatlon, be, awarded judgment Robert G. M. Wideman0 the community follows : Principal sum .$ Interest from 4-11- at 6% Attorney fee With interest at 6 to 5-4-64 est at 6% from judgment, costs IV That defendant and Gordon Drywall and they against husband of dividualiy, composed of Principal sum Interest. 4-27-63 to at 6% Attorney fee Together with from 3-18-64 to mont. And 5-4-64 to sale on torney's fees and Given under mY May. 1964. William J. By Evelyn MacGillivr ay, By Paul F. Plaintiff's (MaY