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James Widner S CONTEST qtatette won con,test Sunday state grange These atianal contest ta Fort Wayne, I,d. Mran grange m second. Mora fourth phee in C0est. Adrain fit. ES SENT Chude Carner Neon same vovn by M. "m 1874 in ,m: This stmwregalia a cae for nd vs. itors was taken to state the Wdsar de- from Sokane to the by Wind. show the that the as lihcs:. I stage during and best Nayoffs. grange met lst With 18 attending She rag- Guest held honte Wed- fair booth !NTIONS in the h0spi- is attend- in Wenntchee (heney Anna Phillips dN Robert Span- etevtained at a&apos;nTliveravy din- at their home parents, Mr. Spager. some IS Emery Babb, ;er, Mr. and Johnn Arrra P'I- t Est Che- the ani- supper last Joe I_bih, a,d Mr. Eddmgton picnic- h,0ne 0heater hPil- Were hot Sun- gu,ets of Shir- Connie hme for a Carvy Brash Vein Har- wh. pc- home of Mr. and and Mr. Calff- Brash fam- in Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Esther , PhilRFs, thrrngton, ord,on [TING club had 13 Parents at The ctub Ch,oney eomlTlUn- goon a July Babb, Carolyn tleir lead- on 'a den- ginger Wod- ed Helen Refresh. by John, Phil- Albert the Movi- showed ace Dick Sul, gil. M. Streak an their Em:m the week staixg June 21. M. Louise Pittan will be the representative from the lodge NEWS IN BRIEF Miss Noa Henge,n ad Mrs. Henry Henge'n left by auto for a trip East. Mm. Heng.en will stop off at the M,lme, Ill., home ef Mr. ,,d Mrs. Ed Hen- ten, while None will continue on to A,lbright College, Read- ig, Pen., vChere she will as- sist in e'on,dcting classes o,f insu,ction for television school courses and attend class. Mrs. Louise Pitman left Suxda7 for W,eratchee, where she is a delegate o{ the local grange at the stlte grange con- vention. She ,expecls to be gon, e a week. Teachers and ,hepers for the V, aeation Iible sdol session wleh sarted Jum 8 toak part in a dedication service a the Spangle Christian church Sun- day morning. The director is Mrs. Vi Rohwer, wih Mrs. Grace Byers as di'recor of mu- ,sic. Teachers inelu,de Mrs. Je- anne Green, Mrs. Garnet John- son, Mrs. Vioh Egle, M. :Co,lean Crabtree arrd Mrs. Pauline Iauel. Piarst is Miss arilyn Sievers. Helpers to the teachers are: Cdy nd Gin- 'get Kenshuk, Kathy arid Kar- en Blauert, Kathy Krauel, Lia- da Cramer, Judy Coramesser, Judy Baird and Jeanne De- Gon. A smelter gop is en- rolled at present but m0re are expected be,fre the errd o,f the week. Mrs. Ru'by Hart a..d Mrs. Elva Jones are in charge o,f preparing refreshmets. Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Nelson, Seattle, were Frichy overnight gu,ests ,of the Ed Strocks. They were ,on. their way to Pullm,an to Get their daughter, Eliza- beth, who had just completed her junior year. Mrs. Al,ice M. Stark ,of Pullra.n was a Sun- day dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strock. D,erm .and D ebhie Wittn.er are :staying with heir grand- parents, the High Harts, is week so tint they may attend Bible school. Miss Nan Turner [is stayin,g with her gvan, dpar- ants, the Art Byers, ,sa that vhe, too, may attend. Mr. and Mrs. Gapfi'c, Crab- tree, Robin, Rene and Donna, ,nd Mrs. Crabtree's ni.ee, Mis,s San,dy Caontz, frem Arizona, spent the weekend at Twin Lakes. An instaffaN, on crew arrived Mrday to nstall di.rect dial- iig equipmeun .at the local e'lep,hone offiee, with plans for a June 20 5ate or the start of that service. Miss Jewell Iy Rasmussen, d, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Rasmussen, was a June 7 graduate from Wa,lh Walls Cartage with a B. A. degree in Secretarial Science. MAss Ra!smu,ssen v& w, od Mr. Eddie R,,a,d,al Pillips, Pedleton, Ore., at a ceremoy to be hNd in the Spolvane Val- Icy Adve,ntist ehu,rc,h ,an July 19. Local peapte have bac'oe parents of nlev babies in re,c- ent days. Amn,g them re Mr. and Mrs. Pete Luppinaea, with a hey b0vn June 4. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Peach, and Mr. and Mrs. Joplin "Vaadbu,ry, both fami'lies from the UCA calm- pus, aso have new sons. Mr. a,ld Mrs. Alan Marasch are par- en,ts of a girl. @eand,parants are Mr. ,and Mrs. Ctaanee M,or- as'ch. Mrs. Imse Pittmtan re- ceived word ,of the birth of a gva,ndson in Texas, to her daughter, Mrs. Hueston. Elementary school pupils of West Liberty held ,a picnic at th.e city park f0),0ing seha01 d,ismissal on Frid,y. Eighth grade promotion exercise,s for E ast ,and West LibeV were h,e]d ,at Liberty High Thursday m,erning, wh 51 s'tudenls slat- ed to b,agn as fres,hmen next fail. Janet Ch,ate of West Liberty s0,k.e for h,e,r clasps and Barbara Jo Gibs'.o,n, East Lib- arty, re,presented her el,ass. Mr. Humph'ries, Liberty High win,cip,al, was spe,akev. Wefld'ing bell:s are r inging f,0r several Liberty High grad- sates. Miss Cheryl Fhig and Jim Stuart were mmried June I 7; Miss Di,anne Hfnan and Tam Ostheller will be married June 27 and Genell Frisk nd Dan M'etzgr ,have chosen July 11 at their wed,dirg day. Li, barty Scho,al di'strict fac- uity ,changes: include Mrs. M'aNe Rass, who will rep.lce Eva. Bavhara Vogt for gi,rls physical education; Gary Gaet- ner, who will teach science; C la::r Cahil, ,arts rd crafts, ,revi'e,w, math, library ,and econ- omics, and George Fisher, ug- riculture. Miss Joyce Leitz will re- Ilace Mrs. BirChil at Est Li cvty, M,sr. Anna Lee H, olt will transfer from son,d to first grade at West Iberty; Dick Potter transfers from Libety High to West Liberty and Mrs. Lu, c!lle Hoo,per wfll teach rem- ed'i,al re,adirtg in the entie dis- ,trict. 1 cooks, bus divers, custodian,s 'and the .o,sclool sec- reentry will return. Be sure and pa,t0vAze the barbecue .a,t Nairfie'ld's Flag Day events. It is being s,p, on- sred by Li'berty Hh FFA .an,d proceeds wiI1 o toard :snding two mere FFA mem- bers to the ra:0,al conven- ti'on in Kansas City next fall. Readersplese submit all news to Mrs. Wihra Sciee'he for the balarce :eft June as I will be on a vacation trip to ,the caast. Thnk you. GEORGE W. YOUNG 501-02 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 6788 State of Washingtop, Office of Su- pervisor of Water Resources, Depart- ment of Conservation, Olympia. Take Notice : That Thee J.. Emtman of Valley Ford, Washington or* June 27, 1963 filed application for permit to withdarw public ground waters through Two (2) wells situated within, NEANWV, of Section 25. Township 23 N., Range 41 E. W. M., in Spokane County, in the amount of 2,250 i gallons per mirute, subject to existing rights cc.ntinuously, each year for the I purpose of domestic supply and during ,% m Directory INSURANCE For your Life, Health and Accident Insurance Call or See ELMER C. KLEWENO 518 2nd St. 235-4727 Girardian Insurance Rep. 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, Motors, Pumps Rt. l, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. WHEAT GROWERS! Let Sprague Grange Supply help grow your crop with Shell NH3 Aqua-Sulphur Phosphates Cell 3611, Sprague, Collect. a24tf irrigati ..... ason for irrigation, l ' I00e.tlm(j Any objections nmst be accompanied by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the State Supervisor of Water Resources within thirty (30) t days from June 12, 1964. Witoess my hand and official seal " this 3rd day of June 1964. . M. G. Walker, State Supervisor of Water Resources (June 12-19) Put an arm around a young man's shoulder Business and industry are helping to pay the costs of today's education If you've sent any sons or daughters to college lately, you are no stranger to the rising costs of education. Tuition rates have increased as much as 300 per cent since 1950. Are the schools making ends meet ? Hardly. At most colleges and universities, the tuRion you pay covers less th. an half the cost of your child's education. Someone has to provide the remainder. this y.ar for scholarships, fellowships, grants and materials for scho0!a and colleges. Our scholarships and fellowships have no strings atch . w do not select the recipients, nor do we expect them to come to work in our Corapany. It's simply a way of putting an arm around the shoulders of promising young men and women. And helping to answer the plea: America's corporations are contributing in many "Give us more trained minds to ways. Standard will provide nearly $11/ million " serve the nation. " 't Planning ahead to serve youbetter .. !: ,'*: STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA Friday, June 12, 1964 MeGillivray, 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 Hen. Superior Court of Spo- kane County. on the 5th day of May. 1964, by the Clerk thereof, i the case of Sherwood & Roberts, Inc., a corporation, Plaintiff vs. Robert G. Wideman and Evalywe :M. Wideman, husband and wife, et at, 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 cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At ten o'clock a. In., on the 26th day of June, 1964, at South Courthouse Doo, Spo- kane, in Spokane County, ir* the State of Washington. all the right, title and interest of the above named defendants in amt to the following described real property, to-wlt : 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, County of Spokane, State of Wash- ington I That plaintiff, Sherwood & Roberts, Inc., a eorporution, be, and it is here- by awarded Judgment against defend- ants. Robert G. Widemar and Evalyr.e 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 et 6% 569.95 Accrued interest to 3-18-64 at 12% 808.50 Pro-rata costs and title experse 43.85 Attorney fee 866.00 Together with irterest 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, he. and he is here- by awarded Judgmer*t against defendar*t, Robert G. Wideman, husband of Evaiyne 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 o judg- ment. And ir*terest at 6% from 5-4-64 to sale on judgment, attor- ney's' feeS and costs COUNT THREE Lot 15, Block I, 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. hc., a corporatior*, be, and it is hereby awarded Judgment against defendants, Robert G. Widemam, and Evalyne M. Wideman. husband and wife, individual- ly, and against the community com- posed of them, as follows : Principal sum $11,720.39 Accrued irterest to 9-24-63 at 6% 683.43 Accrued interest to 3-18-64 at 12e, 680.08 Pro--rata costs & Title expense 43.85 Attorney fee 768.60 Together with interest at 12% from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 o.n judg- ment. And interest at 6% from 5-4-64 to sale on judgment, attor- ney's fees arl costs II That defendant, Fdgar C. Davis, d- 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 agair*st the community composed of them, as follows : Principal sum $666.90 Interest 4-29-63 to 3-18-64 at 6eYe 35.61 Attorney fee 125.00 Together with interest at 6% from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 on judg-- merit. And interest at 6% from 5-4-64 to sale on judgment, attor- ney's' fees and costs V That defendant. Central Pre-Mix Con- crete Co., a corporation e, ar*d it is hereby awarded judgment against de- fendant, Robert G. Wideman, husband of Evalyne M. Wideman, individually, an<l against the community ccmposed of them, as follows: Principal sum $303.6 Irtercst from 3-25-63 at 6% COUNT FOUR Lot 2, Block 11, Coza Eighth Addi- , tion, according to plat recorded in Vol- ume 6 of Plats. page 7, in 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 Judgmert against defendants, Robert G. Wideman and Evalyne :M. Wideman, husband and wife, individ- ually, and against the community com- posed of then], as follows: Prir*cipal sum $19,013.28 Accerud niteerst to 9-24-63 at 6% 740.25 Acmed interest to 9-24-63 at 12% 1,102.50 Pro-rata costs and title expere 43.85 Attorney fee 1,060.0( Together with interest at 12% from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 on judg- ment. An<l interest at 6% from 5-4-64 to sale on judgment, attorney's fees and costs COUNT FIVE Lot 6, Block 7, Pacific Heights Seventh Addition. according to plat recorded ir* Volume 6 of Plats, page 79, in the City of Spokane, County of Spokane. State of Washington I That plaintiff, Sherwood & Roberts, Inc., a corporation, be, and it is hereby awarded Judgment against defendants Robert G. Wideman and Evalyre M. Wideman, husband and wife, individual- ly, and against the community com- posed 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 expor,.se 4.88 Attorney fee 640.00 Together with ir*terest at 12% I from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 on judg- ment. And interest at % from ] 5-4-64 to sale on judgment, at- I torney's' fees and eosts. II That defendant, Central Pro-Mix Con- crete Co., a corporation, be, ant it is hereby awarded udgment against de- fendant, Robert G. Widmnan, husband of Evaiyne M, W!dem an, individually apd against the community composed o them, as follows: Principal sum $380.33 Intert rom 4-1-63 to 3-18-64 at 6% 21.02 Attorney fee 125.00 Together with interest at 6% from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 on judg- ment. And interest at 6/o iom 5-4-64 to sale On uclgment, at- torney's' fe and COUNT ][X Lot 9 of Block 8 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 Washington That Plait*tiff, Sherwood & Robert Inc., a corporation, be, and it is hereb awarded Judgmvnt against defendants, Robert GL Wldema and EralY]ae 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% 330.59 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 12% from 3-18-64 to 5--4-64 on Judg- ment, And interest at 6% from 5-4-64 to sale o Judgment, at- torney's fees and costs. H That defendant. Central Pre-Mix COn- crete Co., a corporation, be, and it is hereby awarded judgment against de- fendant. Robert G. Wideman. husband Cheaey Free Press Page 3 of Evalyne M. Wideman, inlividually, and against the community composed of them, as follows: Principal sum $541.53 Ir*terest 4-8-63 to 3-18-64 at 6% 30.67 Attorney fee 125.00 Together with interest from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 at 6% on judg- ment. And interest at 6% from 5-14-64 to sale on judgment, at- IH That defendant, Climate Control CO., a Corporation, be, and it is hereby awarded judgment against defendawt, Robert G. Wideman. hushand of Evalyne M. Wideman, individually, and against the community composed of them, in the following sums: Principal sum $1117.60 Interest 4-1-63 to 3-18-64 at 6% 6.79 Attorney fee 125.00 Together with iterest at 6% from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 on judg- ment. And interest at 6% frOm 5-4-64 to sale on attormey'a fee, judgment and costs IV That defendants, Lowell K. Mickelson and Gordo Hen dricksor, d-b-a Mod- ern Drywall Company. a partnership, be, and they are hereby awarded judg- ment against defendant. Robert G. Wide- man, husband of Evalyne M. Wideman, individually, and against the community composed of them, as follows : Principal sum $558,24 Interest from 4-27-63 to 3-18-64 at 6% 29.66 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, at. torney's" fees and costs V That defendant, Edgar C. Davis, d-b-a Davis Cabinet Sbop, be, and he is hereby awarded udgment against defendant, Robert G. Wideman, husband of ,alyne M. Wideman, individually, and against the community composed of them, as follows : Principal sum $572.25 Interest from 5-20-63 to 3-18-64 at 6% 28.61 Atterney fee 125.00 Together with interest at 6% from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 on judg- ment. And interest at 6% from  5-4-64 to sale or* judgment, at- torney's fees and costs COUNT SEVEN Lot 18, Block 5, Cozza Tenth Addition, according to plat recorded in Volume 6 of Plats, page 44, in Spokane Cour*ty, State of Washington I That plaintiff. Sherwood & Roberts, Inc., a corporation, be, and it is here- by awarded Judgment against defend- ants, Robert G. Wideman and Evalyne M. Widema, husband and wife, indi- vidually, and againet the community composed of them, as follows: Principal sum $13,922.16 Accrued interest to 9-24-03 at 6% 399.27 Accrued interest to 3-18-64 at 12% 806.40 Pro-rata costs and title experse 43.85 Attorney fee 856.00 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 judgmer*t, at- torney's' fees and costs II That Defendant, Central Pre-Mi Oon- crete Cu.. a corporation, be. and it is hereby awarded judgment against de- fendant, Robert G. Wideman, husband of Evalyr*e M. Wideman, individually, and against the community composed of them, as follows: Principal sum $616.53 Interest 4-8-63 to 3-18-64 at 6% 31.83 Attorr*ey fee 125.00 Together with interest at 6% 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 III That Defendants, Lowell K. Mickelson and Gordon Herdrickson, d-b-a :Modern Drywall Company, a partnership, be, and they are hereby awarded judgment against defendant, Robert G. Wideman, husband of Evalyne M. Widema, in- dividaully, and against the community composed of them, in the following uns : Principal sum $811.76 Interest from 5-24-63 to 3-18-64 at 6% 40.60 Attorney fee 125.00 Together with interest at 6% from 3-1-64 to 5-4-64 on Judg- ment. And interest at 6% from 5-4-64 to sale or* Judgment, at- torney's fees and costs IV That Defendar*t, Edgar C. Davis, d-b-a Davis Cabinet Shop, be, and he is hereby awarded judgment against de- fendant, Robert G. Wideman, husband of Evalyne M. Widegan, individually, aand against the cmnmunity composed of them, as follows: Principal sum $594.36 Interest from 5-31-63 to 3-18-64 at 6% 29.60 Attorney fee 125.00 Together with interest at 6% from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 on judg- ment. And irterest at 6% from 5-4-64 to sale on judgment, at- torrmy's fees and costs COUNT EIGHT Lot 7, Block 6, Cozza Tenth Addition, according to plat recorded in Volume 6 of Plats, page 44, in Spokane County, State of Washington I That plairtiff, Sherwood & Roberts, Inc., a corporation, be, and it is hereby awarded Judgment against defendants, Robert G. Wideman and Evalyne M. Wideman, husband and wife, individ- ually, and againet the community com- posed of them, as follows: Principal sum $14,945.31 Accrued inerest to 9-24-63 at 6% 436.96 Accrued interest to 3-18-64 at 12% 865.89 Pro-rata costs and title expense 43.85 Attorney fee 898.00 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 fees and costa II That defendant, Central Pre-Mix Con- crete Co., a corporatior be, and it is hereby awarded judgment against de- fendant, Robert G. Wideman, husband of Evalyne M. Wideman, individually. and against the community composed of , them, as follows; Principal sum $543.97 Interest from 4-10-63 ta 3-18-64 at 6% 30.42 Attorney fee 125.00 Together with ir*terest at 6% from 8-18,64 to 5-4-64 on judg- mt. And interoat at 6% from 6-4-64 to ale on Judgment, at- toey's fees and ecsts m That defendant, Climate Control Co., & corporation, be. and it Is hereby awarded Judfflnt against defeDdant, Robert . Wtdeman, husbgnd of EvalFne :M. Widernan, individually, and agirst the community composed of them, as ows l;tnelpal sum $165.96 Interest from 4-11-63 to 3-18-64 at 6% 9.55 Attorney fee 125.00 With interest at 6% from 3-18-64 to $-4-64 on judgmer*t. And inter- est* at 6% from 5-4-64 to ale on judgment, attorney's fees and costs ' IV That defendants, Lowell K. Mickelson and Gordo Hendricksan, d4a-a Modern Drywall Company, a partnership, be, and they are hereby awarded Judgment against defendant, Robert G. Wideman. husband of Evalyne :M. Wideman, tn- i dividually, and against the community composed of them, as follows: P*dneipal sum $714.92 Interest 4-27-63 to 3-18-64 at 6% 40.46 Attorney fee 125.00 Together with interest at 6% from 3-18-64 to 5-4-64 o judg- ment. And iterest at 6% from 5-4-64 to sale on judgment, at- torney's fees and costs Given under my hand, this 18th day of May. 1964. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Evelyn Fordyee, Deputy MacGillivray, Jones, Clarke & Schiffner By Paul F. Sehiffner Plaintiff's Attorneys (May 23-June 12)