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Tyler News Wanda Stengle UNION Ira She, Mr. Shea and sons, arLd soa Vanoy, of this vicinity, Jerry Betz o C!heney, and Ed Betz and lake, at- reunion of the held at Wenat- ,at the he,me of Clayton Wallace, the Wenatchee 35 present. Mrs. and Mrs. An .Wen,atChe,e, Mr. and Mr. and of Cheney were guests far the re- at the home of, Roy Mor- and Mrs. Rick from Tacoma, where he has been recuperating rom a lung illness at the home of his sis- ter, Mrs. Nina Dawson.. Mrs. Susie Showers and son of Tekoa and Mrs. Emily Coble of Cheney we,re Monday visit- ors at the Arlie Ablemau home. Spangle News By Jeanne Green WERNERS VISIT IN SPANGLE AREA Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wer- ner visited several families dur- Mr. and Mrs. Hank Davis ing the past week. Werner is a of Ritzville spent Sunday at former supe&apos;irrtendent o,f the the Donald Davis 'home. Spangle school. Next year he Grace Michelson of C`heney wiLl start a new job as super- spent Sunday visitin frien+ds arid relatives at Tyler and her father ,at Russ.el Browns. Merle Peterson was an over- night guest of her mother, Mrs. Fred McDoweI1 of Spokane last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris a'nd Donria and Miss Dorothy Davis ,of Spokane arid Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harris arid daught- ers of Ellensburg were Sunday picnic guests of Mr. and Mrs:. A. J. Oarrier and family in Spokane. Espanola News By Katherine Holloway visor of special studies for the Yakima School District. Mrs. Werner will a,lso be teaching in the same district. Those families they vis.ited incl'ude Mr. arid Mrs. Austin Brewer and Lillian DiLl, Mr. a.nd Mrs. Harold Allen, M;. and Mrs. Hank He,ngen, and they were supper guests at the Vevl Helmer home. BREWERS RETURN FROM TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Austm Brewer ,have returned from a two week vacation on the coast. They visited relatives in Sil- verdale and Renton. Mrs. Mil- dred Brewer, Mrs. Lucy Or- f Ric`h- en route on a GRANGE PICNIC SET Montana. amily 'had as Mr. and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. sou of Am,bet. is spend- it the home of Ma:urer. re+cently returned & Rekofke Spokane Wash. SALE rt of the State of the County of of [ER, a mir,- in compliance COurt entered in that Jerome C. guardiar, of will ell at. cash the following- feet of the (140) feet (17) Block Seven (7) tition to Spokane per map of Plats, of the County Courity, State he highest and be submitted in with the guard- ildin, Spokane, received until I made on or aftel guardian reserves and all bids. Guardian Attorney & Rekofke Wash. 16-23) Sale U. S. Tress- Revenue Ser- contained Iternal Rev- described below nonpayment of de- taxes due The property with the 6335 of the Ir and the regla- Public sale under will be opened will be open- of sale ROom 600 Washing- automobile, N9zA541926, at : Coronet 502 Dean, Spo- lion of Bids: All on Internal 2222, Sealed Property. for Forms 2222 the pro- directly named below of the bids. Pay- must be accempan- of the bid if to- If the total bid of the bid is greater, must be Upon acceptance due on bid, if required in full of Remit- must be by cashier's or treas- U. S. postal, ex- order. Make payable to "In- Title Offered : and interest of and to the pro- sale, District Neal S. Officer Clyde L. 1965. Room 600 k are, Washing- 1965) USE, JR. Wn. 98104 of the State of the CouIVcy of 0f the Estate of that the under- Executor in this Court and that against said serve claims, vouchers, at East 13418 Washing- , Jr. the office at 805 Washing- claim with the office of the the City of six months of this notice, of this 1965. of the Attorney Wash. 98104 & Rekofke Wash. L"REDITOR8 t9671 Orb:he State of County Of the Estate of deceased. the under- Executor Court and has and that all Per- against  do- ' serve claims, duly ulmn Building, Cashatt, the at- office at 650 Washington of such of ths the City of six moaths of thls notice, : barred. of this 1965. of the Connelly & Rek- kane, Wash. 30) Espanola grange met o,n Fri- day evening to hear reports on State grange from Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner. The pic- nic has been set for July 25 at Myers park (formerly Farring- tn resort) on Fish lake. A fair booth committee has been set up with Mr. and Mrs. Frank HoDinshead heading the list. Everyone is asked to help. Mae Beattie had her name drawn in the attendance draw- irig but was nt present to col- lect. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kra- mer have applied for member- ship in the order. A briffal shower was held for Sandy Reitmeier, who will be married on July 31 to Stephen Gren- wood .of Pasco. There wii1 be a grange recess until Sept. 10 when a back to school sack lunch will be served. REITMEIER TRANSFERRED Gerald Reitmeier is spend- ing three weeks at the Oscar Reitmeier home before leaving or Chicago, where .he has been transferred with General Mills from Ogden, Utah. Sandra Reitmeier spent the weekend at Pasco with the Darrell reenwood family. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reitmeier visited with Mrs. Edna Kinzel, who is now home fro the hos- pital. -- i BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION 1VE. and Mrs. Dick Ws ,of Deer Park were Sunday din- ner guests et the Jck Cogs- well home. The WaEren Cgs- well family were also present to celebrate the birthdays of Billie Cogswell and Mildred Will,ms. TheVarron Cogswell family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bach- mand of White Salmon pi ck - ed at Badger Lake on Monday. Sun,day ,afterrioon gtmsts at the Richard Manke one were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Manke and Mr. arid Mrs. Albert anke and childrr of Rizvflle. The Marvin Willms were Sunday dinner guests at the A1 Willms home. GUESTS AT JOHNSON HOME Visiting at the Carl John- son `home during the past week were Mrs. Nita Stark of Wau- kon, Mrs. Marie Coniey of Che- ney, Mrs. Gall Thorpe and son of Califorrda, who are visiting with Mrs. Mildred Thorpe and daughters irt Spokane, the Ken- neth Johnson amily and the Ray Strieff family of Cheney. Jean Ely ,of Portland arrived on Thursday evening to spend some time with the JOhnsons and the Holloways. Russ Hol- lovtay was home from Seattle @or the weekend. Sue Ham was a Stmday dinner guest of the Holloways. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Thursa7 evening visitors at the Pehvson home were Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Stewart of Spokane. Evelyn Pehrso was a guest on her birthday Thurs- day of Helen Brovn and oer friends ,at Fairchild for a d- nor. Studay visitors at the Pehrsons were Dr. and Mrs. Grant Ttmmas of Cheney. On Sunday evening the Pehrsans spoke with Mr. and Mrs. Mwan Creed and son .by phone an Kay Creed's "birthday. They live [at Hill Field in Utah. Tuesday visitors at the Bill McGourins were Harold Tts and sons of Spokane. On Fri- d,y the John McGomJns of Spangle visited. Saturday af- ternoon guests were Floyd Smith nd ,sns of Cobert. The McGourins were Satmxlay eve- nirg dinner guests of the Rich- ,ard Mankes. Dr. and Mrs. Earl Pruyn of Missua stopped visit with the McGom'ins on Sunday en route to Portland. Renzil McLain and Amanda Albes attended the Spokane County aneer Picnic an Sun flay ,at the Manito park. The Jack Penhalluricks left on Monday after spend'rag the weekend with the Frank Sei- fridges. On Tuesday 'nd Wed- nesday Frank and John Mauer played baseball at Medical Lake and Cheney with the willer and Mary took a trip to Victoria and spent three days. BREWER FAMILY VISITS FROM ANCHORAGE Mrs. Lillian Brewer, Wendy, Lanny, Sherri, and Kevin from Anchorage, Alaska are visiting !friends and relatives. They are spending time at their 1,ake cabin and visiting in the Spo- k,arm-Spangle area. They are makirg their meeting point at Mr. and Mrs. Austin Brewers. They will return to Abaska the last of August. NEWS IN BRIEF Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sievers, Bill, Marilyn, Joe, Carolyn and Bobby visited at the Roy Smith home Sunday afternoon. They also attended a 50th wedding, maniversary of some friends in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foster Km, Robin and Jimmy of Spo- kane ,and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Green, Bonnie, Donnie and Lormie were Sunday itmer guests at the F_,d Strock home. Also visiting at the Struck home is Mr. M. C. Stark of Union. A group of past matron,s and ptrons enjoyed a swimming pa.rty and potluck dianer at the Pete Scott h, ome last Wednes- day. ,Mr. and Mrs. Dua'ne Cook and datghters of Gig Habar visited riends md reIatives in, the Spaagle area the past week. Diane ,and Tummy H.rp spent severaA dys at Twin lakes with Mr. and Mrs. Hereford and son of Thornton : last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Helmer and son spent their vacation traveling, thrmgh Canada. They returned home this week. Visitors at the arUn Mar- teren home the past few! weeks were Mrs. M+artensen's sister ,and .husband from Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Brewer and their grandson, Brad Brew- er, spet the weekend at the 'lake visiting with Mrs. Lillian, Brewer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schie- che spent the weekend with the Joe Zangar family in Hel- ena, Mont., and a attended the Montana State Trap Shoot in Butte. Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt ATTEND HORSE SHOW Mr. :and Mrs. Hem'y Mumaw arid family attended the Co,lfax County Sheriff's Posse Home Shiny. They entered two of their yearlirigs, winv_ing a first for 2 HM's Pinkeys Choice and a third for War Cry, also 2 HM's Mekawa owned by Jack Botmer and one of the Mumaw Appaloosa won second. Larry Mumaw won the reserve oham- pion with .his, horse Hey Robe and ,also took secorid in the trail class shoJng. VISIT IN IDAHO Mr. ,and Mzs. Lawrence Schmidt a'nd son Tony returu- ed from a three day trip to WendeLl, Idaho where they vis, ited ,her brother .and amily. MaryHn Nova, k, ,her niece came back with them to visit othex relatives here for the next three weeks. Lt. Commander and Mrs. W. Wa+akon team. The Sel/ridges were Saturday eening guests at the Jahn luer home. On Sunday they attended the All Girl Rodeo at Sunrise Track. Mrs. Dsn DeChenne of Spo- kane arrived Thursday at the Earl Von Lehe '.home to spend a week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnsan, Randy and Candy were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Bob Lambright at Amber. Don Hardenbrook ecompanied them. londay afternoon visit- *ors at the Johasons were Mrs. Helen Strong and KermJ, Strong of Spokane and their house guest, Donald Strong of Riverside, Calif. Roberta Eauer was a visitor one day last week at the home of Micky Moriarty. S. Eckhout and four duughters were guests of her sister and family the Henry Mumaws. The Eckhouts are from Oki- nawa and are on their way to Washington, D. C. where he will be stationed. Mr. an,d Mrs. Ed Edinger and family have as their guest, Mrs. Valintin from Peuo Rico. She is Mrs. Edinger's mother. Mrs. Valintin p,laris on being here Amber News t Mrs. N. A. Cordill Sooy Family Holds Annual Reunion Fifty-eight relatives attend- ed the annual Sooy family pic- mc held in Sutton Park Sun- day. for a month. Those tteriding were Mr Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dough-land Mns.-Kirby Sooy, Mrs. Ivy t3 and family took a Sunday lCordill and Mrs. Vera Seoy, all trp to Wenatchee to pick fruit I from Cheriey, Mrs. Nee Sei- and visit friends. I gel, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Saigel, Frances Kidd has been ae+ [Mr. and Mrs. Ronald YAle, cepted into the Volunteen, a Kathy, Ron and Randy and Mr. group of teens who dn volun- teer work for the Amercan Red Cross. She is working at the switch bard. ,Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mart and family from Ontario, Calif. are here visiting his parents, Mr. nd Mrs. N. B. Martin, and amily and ao his sister, Mrs. Betty Meyers, and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Braun and family entertained the A1 Keller family at a Saturday evening barbecue. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones and 9amily celebrated the 4th of July with friends and relatives at Reiley Creek camp grounds on the Pend Oreille river. Mrs. Jones and chil, dren stayed on and camped out for another week. East Cheney By Anna Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Duane Har- rirgton and family of La,rson Air Force base were la Mon- day overnight guests of s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Babb and Johnny Boots were Sunday dinner guests o Mr. arid Mrs. George Andren )f Blue take. Mr. and Mrs. arnet Boots and Mrs. Joe Lbish, Jimmie and Jennifer were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Labish. They all caled at the Jerry Labish home at and Mrs. Leonard CruWer, a Pine City, Mrs. Gale Seigel and Shwie, Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. Htgh Brnett ad Mr. and Mrs. oward Crtoher, Cle Elum Mr. arid Mrs. Kirby Sooy, Port Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Hom- er HoLliday and Brian, Mr. and Mrs. R.lh Holiday, Deer Park, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lundberg, Sanet, Jack, Lori and Paula, Valleyford, Norman Crutcher, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Paulsen, Keith and Russetl Mr. arid Mrs. Clark Cordil,1, Col- }een arid Len, Mr. anal Mrs. Cur- ley Alderson and Mike, Anna- be}le Rohwer and Elsie Vent- ers, all Spokane, Sara Prim- mer, Spangle, Fred Sooy, Mr. Medical Lake in, the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McLean and family of Valleyford and Mr. arid Mrs. Carl Hendricks were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. GeoTge Strenp. Mrs. Stroup's sister and .hus- band, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wel- come, returned to the Stroup home from a trip to Montana and Yellowstone park. Mr. and Mrs. Welcome are from San Diego, Cal+if. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steiner and family moed n the old Kegele place. Mr. and Mrs. David Buddri- us, Duane and Michael were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis a, nd Mrs. Anna Phi +llips. Friday, July, 16, 1965 and Mrs. Kent Sooy, Carol and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cor- dill, Kay, Ann, Nels, all Am- ber. 25TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moe were pleasantly surprised Sun- day with a garty in honor of their 25th wedding annivesary given by their children, Ruth arid Ron at the hgme of Mr. arid Mrs. Glen Wtson f C he- fan. Miss Myrna Rietz accom- panied the group. FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Betz, Peggy Sue, Jim and a, nldin accompanied by Launa Betz attended a Betz f,nily reunion Sunday in We- natchee ,at the 'home of Clay- ton Wallace  Mrs. Mary Waltace. Laurm was a weekend guest of Peggy Sue. Guest ,of Mr. md Mrs. W. Ed- ward Betz and family for din- nor Thursday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Fra Bunker and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hop- per, Monies, Billy and Walter of San Antonio, Texas. Mr. and rs. Wflla,rd m of San Mateo, Ca1f., are visit- ing her daughter and lhmfly, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Weisman, Nancy and Larry. Mrs. Josie Marsh and her grandson Nick Marsh, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cummings and family of Cheney. Enjoying Sunday dinner with the Gilmore Rietz family were Mr. and Mrs. Hank Knauft and family of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Thayne Car- men and family of Dare, pert. Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. arid Mrs. N. A. Cordill, Kay, Ann and Nels were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce age and Brad of Spokane atd Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan of Che- riey. P. O. 2rid Class Ronald Moo arrived home last Tuesday to Cheney Free Press Page 3 Marshall News By Lana Evans LADIES CLUB MET AT LOVELLS The Ladies Clab from the Four Corners Grange met at the :home of Mrs. Lloyd L<)ve].] on Wednesday afterrmon. Plans are being made for their fall birthday dinner eel ba- zaar which wi],l be head when the@ grange convenes gain in late August. Thoe attending were Mrs. I)las Henneigh, Mrs. Arnold Prasky, Mrs. Gus Kloppenburg, Mrs. Edmond Brown ,and her guest, Mrs. Snody. Coffee and cake were served by the 'hosss, Mrs. Irell. The next meeting will be at the hame of Mrs. Gu.s .Ipen. burg on Wednesday, Aug. 4. r :spend a 15 day leave wth his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moe. Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Marsh of Cheney and Mr. ,and Mrs. Gordon lYarsh 'and childre of Sunnyside were Sunday callers at the Howard Marsh home. Mr. ,arid Mrs. Foster Good- win and children were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. John H. Harris and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Richard $or- d!an, Clark, John and Jo Ellen were week-end guests of the Don Morson family at their cabin on Priest lake. Dana Morison was a Sunday over- night guest of Jo ELlen and Jo Ellen was a guest of Dana Mon- day night. Cheryl and Diane Knauft of Spokane are visitiag this week with their  cousin, Denise Rietz. Reckless drivers may not pay attention to appea,.ls f<)r safe driving, but they will pajr attention to the threat of ar- rest and possibte loss of their driving licenses. 181 f Seattle.First National Bank 116 BANKING OFFICES THROUGHOUT WASHINGTON STATE STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS RESOU RCES June 30, 1965 June 30, 1964 Cash and Due from Banks ............. $ 235,243,296 $ 234,739,598 United States Government Securities ......... 190,001,483 224,438,144 State and Municipal Securities .......... 137,895,340 113,622,162 Other Bonds and Securities ............ 23,797,629 14,172,004 Sub-Total ............... $ 586,937,749 $ 586,971,909 Loans and Discounts ............. 733,770,081 672,751,692 Federal Reserve Bank Stock ........... 2,250,000 2,250,000 Bank Buildings, Vaults, Furniture and Fixtures, etc. . . 19,940,488 18,400,455 Interest Earned Not Received, etc .......... 7,284,415 7,662,768 Customers" Liability under Letters of Credit and Acceptances 20,365,453 16,445,656 TOTAL ................ $1,370,548,1 87 ,$1,304,482,482 LIABILITIES Capital Stock ................. $ 30,000,000 $ 30,000,000 Surplus ................... 45,000,000 45,000,000 Undivided Profits ................ 34,401,908 28,947,253 Sub-Total ............... ,$ 109,401,908 ,$ 103,947,253 Reserve for Interest, Taxes, etc ............ 9,460,113 9,612,056 Discount Collected Not Earned ........... 111779,271 10,381,980 Letters of Credit and Acceptances .......... 20,365,453 1 6,445,656 Deposits .................. 1,21 9,541,441 1,1 64,095,535 TOTAL ................ ,$1,370,548,187 $1,304,482,482 | DIRECTORS LAWRENCE M. ARNOLD Honorary Chairman ROBERT S. BEAUPRE pres/dent HENRY BRODERICK Preeldent, Henry Brodedck, Inc, FRANK H, BROWNEL4 JR, Sea EDWARD E. CARLSON Wara "ntl Hatch NORTON CLAPP 'rm/dent, W4raeer Compan{i JOHN M. DAVIS arfnef ,  Howe, Davis, Rie,e & ]ones O. D. FISHER Chairrnn, Fisher FIort Mills Co. CHAFIN HENRY Pree/dent, H. C, Henry Investment Co. WILLIAM M. JENKINS Chatar* FRANK E. JEROME Vtca Chairman RICHARD E. LANG Calrrn,  6. Ca. JOHN McGREGOR President, IPfvcGregor Land and estock Compare/ ANSON B. MOODY EvereK JOHN W. MURPHY Pre, C Prm, Cor'r$e'Co. CHARLES M. PIOOTT President, Padre Car and Foutl Ca. w. G. REED cham, smp,to Timber Co. VOLNEY RICHMOND JR. NorShm Commerg Ca. CHARLES D, SAUNDERS Chtno.n, Exetit Caa+rdlee ROBERT A. SCHMIDT Prm/dent, Olympia Brewing Company ALFRED SHEMANSKI Ea  Co. WALTER W. STRALEY P,/dmto Telcphona Compmg WILLIAM S. STREET c r]mv4 Pt c0q. 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