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Lakes MaceRI 7-7606 will be my last Man- for the news the hat Friday column. Anyone inter- taking over reporting hakes news can con- the Free Press or ENDS Lakes Co ,manunity Bible shool came to 12. A contest was youngsters to see briag the most and relatives to the First prize second, 8ter- tie between and Bobby His.by. WOMEN MEET auxiliary met at Gretchen Mo- were Mary Dirks, Janice Reit- Haidey, Savalah Lee Mace aa:d Mrs. Val Moore, were made for the Four Lakes Pair September, cer, a co-worker of the group at the Tawanka Commorrs veh.o retired this month. Mrs. Nolo Stewt of Coeur d&apos;Alene artd Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labi, sh were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wi,lc0x re- turned Sundy night ram a trip to the Oregon and Califor- nia coasts. DonMd Jendcke and Keitl Sutton went to Walla Walla over the weekend. Barbara M0a'an took Mr. and Mrs. Elffon Jeni.cke to dinner Sunday to celebrate Father's Day and Jencke's aniverswry. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jack of Pullman were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. R,0aland Jack. Gueslts ,of Mrs. Cody San- derfer Wednesday at their Deer Lake cottage were Mrs. Floyd Cook, lrs. George Schmeideheausen, Mrs. Elsie Sclrndt, Mrs. Cv,r,a Larson, Mrs. laul Debarre, Mrs. Bill Goadwin, Mrs. Ann W,a,ma, Mrs. Ethel Trimble, and her granddaughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Debarre, Mr. anld Mrs. Walt Rupp and Mr. an, d Mrs. Olsn. gift was receiv..i__ , e a* Reitmeier Door ]  %nn/ll mAauule Won by Mary'Dirks [ .D/uIIaQ |aQW) "1 By Virginia M. Strack ! meets to-l GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY Mrs Carl Ru NEAR FOR SUKSDORFS t. They were Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth. Suks- represenitatives 40rf witl celebrate their 50th grange, twedding anniversary Sunday fat an open h, otrse receptoia HOME from 2 to 4 p. m. at the Odd Scott is home ,and is recov- GATHERS met l*ast Tues. a't the Bohn have a dem- .to make gins decided to at the Coanmun- Th,ursdy Sandy Moore partici- 4-H judging in lllev and Mrs. thenl. RD MEETS Board met last right .at the report- ,are progress- meeting will be P. 'rn. MENTIONS ls. Claude Crooks cRig on f Four 't, Mrs. have a five-week va- flew o Hart- also vis- returning to on te ship, Lur- in n Francisco eousi they had David Letson, a) are vis- Grahams for are from is home where he Jack Iartford the horse at Sprague. bring- place ibbon Neasure. Larson had with Mrs. Lor- E. J. Welker. Larso,n Pather's Day Larsons. s spend- With hCs grand- "d Ms. Sid Lar- of Hayford night and Gretchea last week Sundab rip Rictrd C. spent the arrd Mrs. cnfned to where feet. week at were from Ger- and add Mrs. Walker MrS. as a week- Fa,u.lk Felaws Hall in Spangle. Hosts for the rece,pion will be the Suksd, arts' children and their families. The children are: Waldemar Suksd,orf, Spangle; Herbert and Roland Suksdorf, Spokane, and Mrs. Mervin Ma- honey, Petaluma, Calif. They have 12 grandchildren. REILLYS RETURN HOME Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reilly, Beverly and Allen returned Frkhy from a aeation trip in Oregon. They took in Crater Lake, di, d some clam digging n the coast, add at Rosebag they isited with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Reynolds. LAST MEETING HELD The last grange meeting was held Wednesday until the see- and meeting in September. A Father's Day poem, "Apple- sauce Toast," was read and e.agh father present was pre- sented with a can of apple- sauce. The 4-H Hoe and Grow club presented  a-,-Iogm'i, with Dwight Zehrn as the an- nouncer. The program con- sisted of: Gary Zehm, a talk about the club and its projects; Becky Flats, a demonstration on garden tests; iano seec- I tion by Mavilyn Severs,,,, Den- trois Ra,u, gut ,and Jane laugust; I Carol Splch, a, a ummary o [bakery projects; Sharon Pie.r- IS01, demonstration on settirg a table; Ann McKinley, a dem- onstrati'on on, relish trays; Rob- in Crabtree, a demon,stratima on lining cake pans; Crol Splickal, a demonstration on a Wa,bingtun Nut pie fielding; Jane gaugust tom about her trp to the Ste 4-H cenven- ti,on. The "Mop Heads," con- sisting of Judy Conmesser, Mailyn Sievers, ayle Schie- che ,and Becky Fhi'g, gave their imitation f the Boatles. Mrs. Loms:e Pit,man told about her trip as a del.egate to the state grange convention. Directory 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. 1, 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 Call 3611, Sprague, Collect. a24tf )ell- Amber News By Jennifer Jordan 4.H CLUB MEETS Amber Rambler 4-H club met las:t Tuesday. Dern, anstra- ti,0n's were given by Fmnk Best on feeding of hags; Doug Lewis on plan, ting a garden and .how to seed properly; and Gle'nna Best on a balanced meal. Carol Sooy gave a re,art on her trip to Pullman as a 4-H delega:te. While t,here he participated .as a member f a band for the talent show. The i club planned the anmaal pic- nie, to be held 'at Bad.ger Lake on July 25 at 6. The cooking division of the club entertan- e,d the rest of tile girts las' Refreshments were served af- Thursday at the Richard Jor- dan home. The irls,'t, of he cooking club demonstrated their ability by preparing re- ter the program. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Jack Wiegand, Gloria and Greg stop,peal in Spangle Wednesffay aftern,oon after vis- iling with her mother, Mrs. Verrta Hill, Rasalia, wh'0 was ill. Mrs. Frank Schieche is re- euper.ating in Sacred Heart hospital after bavin,g maj,ar surgery Wedn,esday of 1.ast week. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Brewer and family are on a trip South, taking in Salt Lake City, the Grand Canyon and other south- ern points. , Mrs. Henry Hensen return- ed home after eiting her son Ed ,an, d his family in Maline, IH. Dr. William Krtuth o, San Francisco left far home Sun- day aftor spending several days ,at ,the Hengens and with his mother, Mrs. Ed Knuth. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Laytan returned home Sunday after. driving Mrs. John Hone to Is,a- ql,ah, vhere Mrs. Hone will slay several weeks with her daughter. Elmer Beaughn has m,oved in0 the house formerly occu- pied by Mr. Rowe, who has left to live with his dauffher. Wendy and Penny, d,a.u,ht - crs of Mr. aJnd Mrs. Kenneth Baird, nnderwent a tonsillec- tomy this week. Sherri Byers, Metinda De- Gon and Janet Sehieche, members o.f the Bluebird club, left Mon4ay mnling frum Spa- ha,no Coliseum by bus to Coem d'Alene Lake, where they will go by boat to C!amp Sweyo. lakan on Mica Bay on Coeur d'Alene Lake for four days. The manual Hubbard picnic was held at Natatorium Park ir: Spokane Sundlay with a,bout 60 ,attending. Pay Hubbard from Seattle was one of the out-of-town relatives able to attend. Mr. ,and Mrs. David Tucker are the ,parents of a baby gob', Robert David, born on Th, urs- day, June 18. The boy weighed in at 6 pounds and 6 ounces. q'he Tuckers are staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Seheele, in Fairfield. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dill, ad four ehiMren are here from Anc,orage, Alaska. visiting itbeir parents and ther rela- I tives. Dill let by plane for [ Ancovage Tues&ay mornirg,- [while Mrs. Dfl al the chil. I dren will make an extended I visit wih her folks, Mr. and ]Mrs. Autstin Brewer,,," and other I relatives. /re shments consisting of punch .and cookies. _ PICNIC HELD Last Su,nday 25 merrrbers of the Eastern Star of Fairfield held a picnic at the Russell Hapin, garner home on Will- So:ms Lake. Mrs. Ho0iingarrter, worthy matron ,of the chapter, is attending grand ctapter in 'Seattle this week. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cordill, Kay and Ann, Mr. end Mrs. Kent So%, and Carol, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sooy were amortg the guets Friday at the we@ding of Sandra McGee and Curtis Holliday at the Methodist church in Dishman. Neis Car dill was a Frday overnight guest of LesLie Har- ris. PERSONAL MENTIONS On Friday Miss Franc Ma- s,on left for t, he NEA conven- tion. She wi1'l be a guest of By View Manor. Mr. and Mrs Charles Miller Jr. and Pamie drove to Seattle last Monday and returned Fri- day. Miller a'tterded the Ma- :sanic conventi'on while they were there. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Smith of Spokane were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ii,etz and family. Denise Rietz is visiting Charle and Diane Knauft this week. GRANGE NEWS Shirley Smith, daughter o,f Mr. and Mrs. Coy Smith, will represent Amber Grange at the Spokane Interstate Pair "Fairest of the Fair" contest. Becky Brooks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brooks, is an al- ternate. Ricky Goodwin and Ter] Tanish .of the Lance Hill 4-H club gave reports on state 4-tl camp at the last meeting. George Anderson, delegate to state grange, gave his report. Grange will rmt meet until September, and there will be no Fair in September. NEWS IN BRIEF (ary Sooy was a ichy over- night guest of John Frost. Saturday eveRing Mr. and Mrs. Ron McKinley were guests of Mr. ad Mrs. Jim Goodwin in Spokane. The McKAMeys ce:le,bated the &oodwin's wed- ding anniversary. Sunday cal'lers (g Mr. and Mrs. Ron McKinley were Mr. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner PIN PRESENTED Lawrence Charneski was presented a past masters pin by Master Dale Guest at Wind- sor grange meeting. There were 22 members wesent and two viSitors. Leona Widener gave a report on the state ran.ge session in Wentchee. Windsor grange will lave a card party this Saturday at 8p.m. 13 TABLES IN PLAY Smtset grmae had 13 tables o.f ca,ds in play st Friday. Amorg thse atYending were 'Mr. and Mrs. Case Raskam, V,allie Woodhurst, Adelaide Larsen, Leorm Widner, Irma Stragier and Sofia Martin. PERSONAL MENTIONS Vi, siting with t le Bob Hoeghs in Pasco last weekend were Lawrence Charneki, Ad- ea:ide Larsen and Sofia Mar- in. Mr. and Mrs. arl Me:has a'nld ehitdren are vacationing in Armhorage, Alaska. Elinor Tinten broke a bone in her foot while running in tile yard. Mrs. Nobel Wayne and Sbel D,on, de,r fished .at Silver Lake last Sun4ay. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Kam- pa, Je,rri n,d Jackie are visit- ing Mr. Kampa's brother in Flint, Mich. Adelaide Lavsen, Nina Hobbs arid Irma Stragier c Nled on Mrs. Fly:to Smith hst Thurs- day and set .ott flowers foa" Mrs. Smith. Recent visitors of Mrs. Daisy Hicks wore Mr. and Mrs. Ed- die White ad Mr. arid Mrs. and Mrs. Jim Goodwin, Mrs. Pete O'Laughlin, Reardan, and Jayne Pierce of Lancaster. Mrs. Robert Groffan and Richard were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ham ,on Father's Day. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Proctor and Mrs. Ida Ham. Later that same day Mr. and Mrs. Gvoga n and PAch- ard were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Charles Pactor. Father's Day inner gues,ts of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harris were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Har- ris and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Has- kins, Gene and Claudia. Mr..and Mrs. Mike Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. KeRh Cummings and Mrs. Josie Marsh were Sunday 4inner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marsh, How- ard Jr., and Carol. Mrs. Binn, a Dummeier and Fraac Mason 'and M  Eva Keplinger of Seattle retued Sund,ay fom a 4,3)0 mile 'trip to the Grand Canyon and Briz- l'ac Canyon. They returned through Grand Teton and Lolo Pass. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Breeden were guests of Mrs. Bnna Dummeier and .2anc Mason. Friday, Jurte 26, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 3 Ruban Haglen of Vancouver, and to the address thereon shown, a notice settling forth the nature of the B. C., lr. and Mrs. Caflle proposed improvement, the total estimated Hicks, Othello, and Mr. and cost of said improvement, the estimated benefits to tbe particular lot, tract or Mrs. Collie Hicks of Cold parcel of land, and the date of the Splrirrgs, Ore. hearing before the City Council as pro- vided in this Resolution. such Notice ttattie LittlefieM is revov- shall be mailed as herein provided at least fifteen (15) days prior to the date eriag nicely from a recent ill- fixed for such bearing; an<l. nest. Be It Further Resolved that such reso- Mr. artd Mrs. ilt @riffen are able to be up ater their recent illness. Mrs. Nina Hobbs entertained last Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. G. Royer 'and Eltn.0r Tinton. Read the classifieds--It pays! lution shall be published in two cofi- secutive issues of the Cheney Free Press, the legal rewspaper of the City of Che,- ney, Washington, and of general circu- lation therein, the first publicatior* to be at least fifteen (15) days prior to date fixed for such hearing. Passed by the Council this 26th day of May, 1964. Nolan Brown, Mayor of Cher*ey, Washington Attest: Ro Foss, City Clerk (June 19-26) CALL ,FOR BIDS RESOLUTION NO. C-16G RESOLUTION OF INTENTION Eastern Washington Be it  Resolved by the Council of the City of Cheney, Washington: St C II ,That it isthe intention of said Council, ate o ego and such intention is hereby declared, to order the improvement of the below Separate sealed bid pr0p0s- described streets by paving the ame with asphaltic concrete plant mix to a als are available for education- width of at least 40 feet, and by the al equipment and/or SUlplies .... tructin of concrete curbing. Said streets to be improved are in by Eastern Washington State Range's Addition to the City of Cheney, Spokane County, State of Washington, College in the office of the Di rector of Purchasing, Roan 121 Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob rained at the above office. T. T. Wall, Director of Purchasing (July 1, 1963-July 1, 1964) RJESOLUTION NO. C-165 RESOLUTION OF INTENTION Be it Resolved by the Council of the City of Cherey, Washington: to-wit : West Sixth Street from the West line of Washington Street to the East lithe of Buena Vista Street; and Clover Street from the West line of Washington Street to the East line of Buena Vista Street; ahd Buena Vista Street from the South line of Clover Street to the North line of West Sixth Street; and Lir.colr Street from the N)rth line of West Fifth Street to the South line of Clover Street ; and Lincoln Street from the North line of Clover Street to the South line of West Sixth Street. That the cost and expense of said im- provement shall be paid for in whole That it is the intention of said Council, by the levy and collection of assessments and such itentior is hereby declared, upon the property within the proposed to improve the following streets situated improvemert district. in the Original Townsite of the City That the above descriptions set forth of Cheney, in the Addition to the City the territorial extent of the improve- of Cheney, and in the Second Additio ment district to be known as "Local to the City of Cheney, ir Spokane County Improvement District No. 10". Washington, by the construction of con- That a hearing cm said matter will crete curbing arid gutters, be held before said Council in the Court- Said streets to be improved are de- cil Chambers at the City Hall in Cheney, scribed as follows: Washir*gton, or the 28th day of July, "C" Street from the northwesterly 1964, at 8:00 o'clock p. m., at which line of Fifth Street to the south line time and place all persors who may de- of Elm Street; end sire to object thereto may appear and Seventh Street from the southwesterly present such objections, if any they line of "O" Street to the south line of have. Elm Street; and The engineer of the City of Cheney "B" Street from the northwesterly line is hereby directed to submit to the City of Fifth Street to the south line of Council at or prior to the time fixed Elm Street; nnd for said hearing the estimated cost and Sixth Street from the northeasterly expense of the said improvemert and line of "C" Street to the southwesterly certify to the said City Cour*cil, together line of "'B" Street That the cost and expense of said ira- with all papers and irformation in his possession touching the proposed im- provement shall be ]mid for in whole provement, a description of the bound- by the levy and collection of assess- dories o f the district, a statement in merits upor the property within the detail the local improvement assess- prolmsed improvement district. merits outstanding and unpaid against That the aboe descriptions set forth the property in the proposed district and the territorial extent of the improve- a statement of the aggregate actual val- ment district to be knowr as "Local Ira- uation of the real estate including twenty- ,rovement District No. 9". That a hearing on said matter will five per cent (25%) of the actual van be held before said Council in the Coun- uation of the improvement in the pro- Dosed district according to the valuat/or. cil Chambers at the City Hall in Cheney, last placed upon it for the purposes of Washington, on the 28th day of July, 1964, at 8:00 o'clock p. m., at which gerreral taxation. Be It Further Resolved that Notice of time and place all persons who may de- sire to object thereto may appear and Hearing of this Resolution shall be given by the Clerk to each owner, or reputed present such objections, if any they owner, of any lot. tract or parcel of have. |and, or other property specifically bone- The engineer of the City of Cheney fited by tho proposed'improvement, by is hereby directed to submit to She City Council at or prior to the time fixed mailing to the owner, or reputed own for said hearirg the estimated cost and er, of the property as shown in the expense of the said improvement and tax rolls of the County Treasurer of certify to the said City Council, together Spokane County, Washington, and to with all papers and information in his the address thereon shown, a notice set- possession touching the proposed im- tins forth the nature of the propooed provement, a description of the boun- improvement, the total estimated cost dories of the district, a statemert in of said improvement, the estimated bone. detail of the local improvement fits to the particular lot, tract or par- ments outstanding and unpaid against vel of land, and the date of the hearing before the City Council as provided in the property in the pro posed district this Resolution, such Notice shall be and a statement of the aggregate actual valuation of the real estate includin mailed as herein provided at least fiftee twenty-five per cent (25%) of the actual (15) days prior to the date fixed :for valuation of the improvement in t he pro- such hearing ; and, posed district accordin to the valuatim) Be It Further Resolved that such reso- lution shall be published in two eon- Lst .phted upon it for the purlmses secutive issues of the Cheney Free press, of general taxation. Be It Further Resolved that Notice of the legal newspaper of the City of Che- Hearing of this Resolution shall be given ney, Washington, and of general cir- culation therein, the first publicatior to by the Clerk to each owner, or reputed be at least fifteen (15) days prior to owner, of any lot, tract or parcel of land, or other property specifically bone- date fixed for such hearing. fited by the proposed improvement, by Passed by the Council this 26th day mallinrg to the owner, or reputed owner, of May, 1964. of the property as shown tn the tax Nolan Brown Mayor rolls of the Co<mty Treasurer of Spa- of Cheney, Washington kane County, WashingtorL and addressed Attest: Roy Foss0 City Clerk as shown in the tax rolls of the Treas- (June 19-26) urer of Spokane County, Washingtor*, "FIVE BEAUTIFUL BUYS AND ONE GREAT PLACE TO BUY ( AOW at your Chevrolet dealer's. ) Models shown above: top left, Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe; right, Corvair Monza Club Coupe; center, Chevy vr Nova Sport Coupe; bottom eft, Chevale Ma ibu; right, Chevrolet Impala. ,, Waited till now for that new Chevrolet? You've  Pick a sleek Super Sport model with _a great struck itrich, because right now it's "Trade 'N'  choice of engines, air conditioning and other Travel Time" at your Chevrolet dealer's, extra-cost options, A roomy wagon for travel or Check him on these five beautiful buys: camping. Perhaps a sun-lovinl convertible or 1--The luxurious Jet-smooth Chevrolet. sporty coupe, From 45 models m all, 2--The tim-10ving Chevelle. 3-- Chevy I:I, .Whatever your choice, it's a great way to go. eeon0mical too. 4--The unique rear-engine. 0 mt  First way to go is your Chevrolet dealer's. Now C0rvair. 5--A sensational Corvette Sting Ray..mMWA Rmmt, --during Trade N Travel Time! - CHECK THE T'N'T DEALS ON CHEVROLET ' CHEVELLE " CHEVY TT CORVAIR AND CORVETTE HOW ATYOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S ....... ..... ... ........ . ........ .....o.....o.. ....  .... . ....... .. ......... ....o.oo.oo..... uoo. ......... ...o. .............. oo.o...o ............ o... ..... o--o---.... t , Brown and Holter Motor Co. 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY 46-1496 RESOLUTION NO. C-167 RESOLUTION OF INTENTION Be it Resolved by the Council of the City of Cheney, Washington: That it is the intention of said Council, and such intention is hereby declared, to order the improvement of the below described street by paving the same with asphaltic concrete plant mix to a width of at least 40 feet, and by the construction of concrete curbing. Said street to be improved is Secor Street in Callaway's Addition to the City of Cheney, Spokane County Washington, and i Callaway's Addition to Callaways' Additior to the said City of Cheney ex- tending from the northeasterly line of i Spokane Street in said Callaway's Ad- i dition to the westerly line of Primary State Highway No. 11 in Callaway's !Addition to Callaways Addition to said City of Cheney. That it is the intention of said Council that the cost and expense of said im- provement in excees of $18,000.00 be paid for by the City of Cheney out of its Arterial Street Fund, and that the remainder of the cost and expense of said Improvement be paid for by the levy and collection of assessments upo the property within the proposed im- provemert district. That the above description of the street to be improved sets forth the territor- ial extent of the improvement district to he known as "Local Improvement Dis- trict No. 11." That a hearing' on said matter will be held before sad Council in the Coun- cil Chambers at the City Hall in Cheney, Washington, or the 28th day of July, 1964. at 8:00 o'clock p. m., at which time and place all persons who may de- sire to object thereto may appear nnd present such objections, if any they have. The engineer of the City of Cheney is hereby directed to submit to the City Council at or prior to the time fixed for said hearing the estimated eot and expense of the said improvement nnd certify to the said City Council, together with all papers an, information in his possession touching the proposed im- .provement, n description of the boun- daries of the district, a statement in detail of the local improvement assess- ments outstanding and unbraid against the property i the proped district and a statement of the aggregate actual valuation of the real estate including twenty-five per cent (25%) of the actual valuation of the improvements in the proposed district according to the valu- ation last placed upon it for the pur- poes of general taxatior. Be It Further Resolved that Notice of Hearing of this Resolutior shall be given by the Clerk to each owner, or reputed owner, of any lot, tract or par- cel of land, or other property specif- ically benefited by the proposed im- provements, by mailing to the owner, or reputed owner, of the property as shown i the tax rolls of the County Treasurer of Spokane County, Wash- ington, and addressed as shown in the tax rolls of the Treasurer of Spokane County, Washingtor. and to the address thereon show, a notice setting fortb the ture of the proposed improvement, the total estimated cost of said im- provement, the estimated benefits to he particular lot, tract or parcel of land, and the date of the hearing before the City Council as provided i this Reso- lution, such Notice shall be mailed as herein provided at least fifteen (15) days prior to the date fixed for such hearing: and. - Be It Further Resolved that such resolution shall be published in two cor secutive issues of the Cheney Free Press, the legal newspaper of the City of Che- ney, Washington, and of general circula- tion therein, the first publication to be at least fifteen (15) days prior to date fixed for such hearing. Passed by the Council this 26th day of May, 1964. Nolan Brown, Mayor of Attest: Roy City Clerk (June