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ES AVAILABLE NOW new 3 bedroom, full basement. Baseboard electric nice throughout. Full price $15,500.00. Small montMy payments. Split Level heat, patio, excellent buy. FHA ap- $425.00 dn. plus loan costs. Call For Information daylight basement $15,500.00. exceent, FHA appraised at $19,275.00. u Shp, 2 lots, $11,950.00. ,,,&apos;y. garage $7,850.00.  tots $9,500.00. electric heat $8,950.00. $%500.00. 3:NLn. near Four Lakes. 3-bdrm. outskirts Cheney. near Cheney. Cheney. Down Payments  Easy Monthly Payments also arrange custom building. FHA ng available for building. Win. p. Geschke TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CALL 235-4778 CHENEY, WASH. Ed Doten DOWN costs. 3 REALTY 424 FIRST ST, CHENEY PHONE  235-4050 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, full basement. bed- OLDER HOME feet. 2 bedrooms on l l/e lots, Priced to sell. at S BEDROOMS Cozy home with attached garage, basement. $300.00 down, plus FHA loan costs. Ed Doten Real Estate HELP WANTED Educational Representative Show outstanding class- room periodicals and books at schools and administra- tive offices in eastern Wash- ington counties centering in Spokane and in northern Idaho. Work 29 weeks dur- ing school year starting in September. $130 per 5,day week plus bonus to start. Travel allowarme. Must have car. Free to work full day. Age 35-55. Teaching, PTA, or other community work experience very desirable. Send resume. Box S. j 18-jy9p HELP WANTED FEMALE !Full time woman bookeeper- ' typist wanted for permanent position. Phone 235-6233. j25:jy2 FOR RENT Local trailers and hitches by or week $2.50 to $4.00, $12.50 per week, also doily at Jack's gar- age, Oheney. 25'5-6573. jll-jy2 : New two-bedroom duplex, w/w carpeting, M1 ,appliances. Tom Matney, ptmne 235-4747. m28eff Two beda, oom house, close in, unfurnished, automatic .heat. .Also studio apartment. Photo 235-6863. West 228 Fifth St. jl8tf One bedroom house, stove, re- electric ,heat, Phone 235-6518. jl8tf Private sleeping room or gen. tlemen, close to college. Mrs. F. N. Lefebvre, Phone 235- j25ff One and two bedroom furnish- ed apartments $45 monthly, lour Lakes Apartments, Four Lakes. j25p Apt sized Jhouse for rent, fr- nished, $55.00. Roy Mller 23_55-6576. j25p Three bedroom ,house, $65 mo____ th, call 235-6374. j25 w . WORK WANTED G-aranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Servico Phone BE 5-4400. SPECIAL : For St. Vincent de Paul Soci ety, things you no longer need or use. Help Us To Help The Poor. For pickups call BE 5-6814. jl8tf ood price for US an coins. Free ap- Praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414 First St., Cheney j25p jl9ff ISe for quality custom build- ln,. / ing. Ed Doten Real Estate 1424 1st St., 235-4050. a30tf Recent Bride Given Shower at Anatone En route home from their huneymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Itendrickson stopped over at An,atone where she was hon- ored with a bridal shower on June 19. Preceding the pre- i sentation of gifts Miss Bar- b ara Floch entertained with a piarm solo, Debra and Robin Sangster sang, a capella, "Those Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up That Old Gang of Mine," and Mrs. Glen Onstot read, "My Son, A June Groom." Floral decor in the room wa: white and pink peonies. The bride's table was covered with a hand crocheted table clott which the bridegroom's moth- er had made for the couple and was decorated with a pink parasol interspersed by pink roses and flanked by pink can- dles. Assisting the bride at the table were her mother Mrs. Lee Flikke, Cheney, and Mrs. Elvin Hendrickson and Mrs. Alfred Hendrickson, mother afl grandmother of the bride- groom, respectively. Sixty relatives and friends attended the shower. FOR SALE OR TRADE Choice lots in town of Medical Lake, north end of lake. !,%'00 or trade. Thomas J. Fahey N. 1423 Howard, phone Spo- kane FA 6-1511. j25-jy16p Four Lakes home or duplex $3500 or unimproved proper- ty. Call HU 3-4778 collect. j25p LOST Lost--Black Colt pistol holster Wednesday. G. T. Frost 235- 6851. j25tf Hamblen. Gilbert & Brooke 912 lffaulen Bldg., Spokane. Wa|h. SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR P UBLICATION No. 178278 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Spokane. Columbia Pacific Life Insurance Com- pany, a corporation, Plaintiff vs. lay- mon<l Matterson and nene C. Matter- sor, husband and wife: Margaret I. Jones and John Doe Jones, if married, Defendants. State of Wasbingto to the De- fendants, Raymond Matterson and Ilene C. Matterson, husband and wife. You are hereby summoned to appear fn the above entitled court withir* sixt (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit Withir sixty (60) days after the 25th day of June, 1965 and defend the above entitled action in the above er*titled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your ans- wer or* the undersigned attorneys for >laintiff at their postoffice address be- low stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of said complaint, which has beer) filed with the clerk of said eourL This actior* is commenced by the plaintiff, to foreclose a certair mort- gage executed by Rgymond Matterson nd Ilene C. l[atterson to Rogers & Rogers, Ir, corporated, and thereafter assigned to the plaintiff, which mort- gage is recorded as Document No. 530893B, upon the follow|rig described property : Lot 3 in Block 14 of Alta Vista Addition to the Town of Webster, in the City of Spokare, County of Spo- kane and State o Washington, as per map thereof recorded in Book "A" of Plats, page 171, in the office of the County Auditor of said C<mnty. It is the further object of said ac- tion to bar the defenelants of all right, title, lien or estate in and to aid premises, except the right of redemp- tion provided by statute. Posteffice Address : ttamblen, Gilbert & Brooke Attorneys for Plaintiff By I-Iarold D. Clarke 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane. Wash. 99201 (June 25-July 30) CHURCH NEWS METHODIST The junior high school youth group of the Methodist church held an overnight campout Saturday at Porcu- pine bay on Lake Roosevelt. Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. Milard ttale an,d parents. CHRIS BETZES HAVE VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Chris Betz en- tertained as Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ellis and hs mother, Mrs. George Ellis. Cale,rs were Mr. and Mrs. Alva Sbriner of Y,aldma who were ea route t,o Oolvllle and Republic to visit relatives. NEW ARRIVAL Mr.and Mrs. Roger Zk, mner- man are the parents of a son born at St. Lukes 'hospital Sat- urd,ay, June 19. The bby has been named Jeffrey A.'len and joins a sister Linda and broth- er Steve at the home here. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Zimmerman are the grandparents CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank neighbors and friends for flowers, cards a,nd greetings received during my illness in the hospital and at home. Mrs. Julia Butler j25 NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson are expected back this week- end from a one week vacation trip through the Cawadian na- tional parks. Mr. and Mrs. John Ditton returned over the weekend from a week in Fairview, Mont.. where her four sisters came for a family reunion. En route to Montana they trav- eled on the fringes of a tor- nad,o near Sidney, Mont., where the wind and dust was followed by rain and ,hail. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Luiten have as a guest this summer Miss Christine Hansen of Bish- op, Calif., who will be attend- ing classes t EWSC. The Christian churches of Wasthington win bold the state convention in Vncouver, B. C., this coming week, June 28 through July 1. Rev. and Mrs. Donald Ross and fa,mJiy left this week to attend. Rev. Clif- ford Cecil from the Spokane Christian church wi'H be guest .speaker at Sun, day morning services for the ocal n church while Rev. Ros is away. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rudotf entertained s dinner guests one day last week ther son and family, Mr. and Mrs, Ker- mit Rudolf and Mr. and Mrs. Will Boehme fr Iois. Mrs. Boehme and Mrs. Kermit Rudolf are sisters. Mrs. Grover Chambers re- ceived word from her sons Robert Chambers of Reno, who has spent two weeks on busi- ness in Alka, arid Walden Cambers and wife, who 'have spent the past monfh touring in Florida, all southern states land Key West. Mrs. Ohambers, ,a Daughters of the Nile prin- cess, attended the supreme HOWARD'S FURNACE CLEANING POWER-VAC SERVICE ALL TYPES CHIMNEY- FURNACE AIR CONDITIONING- DUCT WORK WA 4-5404 Howard's 1911 S. amer CALL COLLECT OR WA 4-3627 Furnace Cleaning Veradale, Wash. j25-jy2p College Area Four bedrooms, living-dining combina- tion, large kitchen, extra large lot, tremen- dous possibility. Cash. Spacious Five bedroom older home. Living room, dining room, study, fireplace, 1 baths. Half basement. One block to College and Schools. Victor L. Wilson REAL ESTATE HI / I session !n Jacksonvifle, Fla.,  Friday, June 25, 1965 Clney Free Press Page 5 la'st weeK artu came nme 1" . " ..... ,a,, to Sokane guests of the William Sextons McKEEHAN NAMED ,v,r'" -da; '"- afrnonElmr "",arsh fat "llwOOdand this month I[TRACK CO-CHAIRMAN spent" in l Mr: .Mrs. Royda! Conley P. Michael McKeehan of c,,.... ..,.. +,. .... M^_, entertainea as guests this cneney was elected e oe .............. , -e oue, _ I .... o-captain ........... week Mr and Mrs James Tre [of the track team at Ha weomng rece tlon oi a cuubm " -" "  ver and wife, Mr Patnd Mrs Claude zona and sons Jimmie and I ford College for next school Marsh. It was held in the Tommie of Oakland, Calif. They spent a few da. fishing at the Sullivan dam lakes in Church of Christ social room, with guests from the Clheney, Amber and Spokane vicin,ity present. Mrs. Mary Maddux entertain- ed as guest.s the past week Mrs. Nina Hanson, David Bow- ser of Seattle. Her son Jesse Maddux arrived from Los Veg- as, Nev., to spend the summer here with her. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Reynolds returned to Roseburg, Ore., this week, after spending two weeks in Oheney and Plaza. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sheaf ,and Mr. ,vxl Mrs. the Columbia Basin on the weekend. Miss Florence FTyer left for North Dakota this week to speed the summer. On Mon- day she and Mrs. Beth Smith were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R,oydal Conley for a fish fry. .Miss lVlry Carroll, were is with the Institute of Healtl stationed at Wahingten, D. C., plans to be home Aug. 11 to spend two weeks wlih er par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat CazToll, before leaving for Oak Harbor John Van Brunt while here. , where she will teach this fall. Mrs. E. R. Kelly returned J Miss Narmy Carroll and .Miss this week from St. Lukes hos-JSally Grafions spent several pital where she was confined days last week visiting rela- tor treatment the past week. tires in Seattle. Mrs. A. B. Cutting enter- Mr..and Mrs. F. L. Ratcliffe tNned with a luncheon on and daughters, Iuise and Wednesday at the Crescent tea Alice, returned Monday eve- room in honor of Carol Sexton ning from a 10 day visit in who graduated last week from New York, Where they visited high school in Minneapolis. the World's Fair, and other Other guests were Mrs. Will- Eastern points. iam Sexton and Debbie, Mrs. Dan Lucas, son of Mr. and William Sexton, Jr., Mrs. Ron- Mrs. Jim Lucas, who has been aid Sexton and Mrs. R. E. Sex- in the Naval Air Reserve since ton of Minnesota. Mrs. R. E. Sexton, her daughter Carol husband and family are house WATCH THE ALL AMERICA GAME An action-packed contest where every player is an All American Jl III I I II I SATURDAY EVENING year. The an, nounceme was made by Roy E. Randall, direct. or of athletics at Haverford. REBEKAHS IN RECESS Rebekah lodge met Wednes- day, June 16, and heard reports on the student winner of the essay contest, who will start on the month tour of United Nations rd Washington, D. C., soon. Mrs. Agnes CharFmn, noble grand, covducted the meeting. The odge will be at summer recess July ,and Aug- his 17th birthday, lef hat week for two year.s active duty taking the boa from Seattle to San FranCkeo where  will be stationed at Treasure Is- land. John Frost is spending two weeks with ,his uncle nd aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Klettke, who farm near Endicott Miss Gaff Scott, who is on I leave from the W. A. C., is vis- iting her mother, Mrs. Marth.a Scott, and fanly. Miss Scott has been in the Women's Corp one year. PRICES REDUCED ON LUGGAGE!I The Excise Tax has been removed and we are passing.the entire savings to our patrons. NOW YOU CAN AFFORD TO BUY THAT NEW SET OF LUGGAGE THAT YOU HAVE BEEN WANTING FOR PERHAPS A LONG TIME. FOR EXAMPLE . . . Ladies Beauty Case ..................... $14.95 Ladies O'Nite ................................. $16.95 Ladies Wardrobe ....................... $24.95 Men's Companion ...................... $16.95 Men's Two Suiter ........................ $24.95 J U N E g 6 (NO TAX) Channel 2 9:30 p. m. f / Co-sponsored by The Hartford insu ra nee Grou P anla.445 / i I brought to you by Box 3 y,W h. We're Now Celebrating Our First Anniversary as Cheney's authorized Plymouth dealer We appreciate the wonderful patronage we have en- joyed from people of Southwestern Spokane county dur- ins our first year in business. It has been ahappy response to our policy of guaranteed automotive service and fair dealing in the selling of new and used cars. In appreciation we are offering special prices during our BIRTHDAY SALE '63 Olds Cutlass V-8 Bucket Seats, Automatic Transmission It's OUR h; tkd But YOU get the present! '62 Chrysler Newport 2 Door Hardtop, 3 Speed Trans. on floor Special $1875 '61 Plymouth Fury 4 door Sedan V-8 Automatic Special $925 Special $1845 We have many other guaranteed used cars in- cluding some hardtops on which Birthday Sale prices apply. Come in and see for yourself. Cheney Meier Co,