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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Friday, August 7, 1964 00tedical Lake News By Katherine Holloway CHAPMAN TO GRADUATE Charles B. Chapman, seaman recruit, USCGR, son of Mrs. Flmiva B. Chapman of Route I. Medical Lake, is scheduled to graduate August 14 from CHARLES CHAPMAN recruit training at the Cast Guard Recruit Tri,mng Cen- ter, Alameda, Calif. The train,g included mili- tary drill, small boat handle, g, small arms trainbng, fire fight- ing, seamanslp, atomic and biotogi.cal warfare, first aid, law enforcement, and Coast Guard history. CLUB HOLDS DANCE A street dance planned last Saturday evening by the Slicks Car club had to be moved to City Hall. The dance and cake sale held earlier in the 4ay were reported a success. They would like to thank Dick O&apos;Neill and Jim Brewer for providing the music. LAKERS WIN The Lakers softball team, coached by Rev. Billups, won over the Indians of Fairchild Wednesday, 10-9. ARNOLDS HAVE SON Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arnold of Spokane are ,the parents of a son, Michael Robert, born July 29 at Deaconess hospital. Mrs. Arnold is the former Shar- on Gaedon. MEET IN PARK The Medical Lake-Cheney Barracks and Auxiliary, Voter- arts of World War I, will .hold a potluck at 6:30 Tuesday in the Cty Park. Everyone is in- vited to attend. A meeting will follow. AT THE CHURCHES St. John's Lutheran church will begin Bible school the morning of August 17 at 9 a. m., osing at 11:30. This will last for two weeks for cfil- dren three years of age and up. There will lso be a begin- ning confirmation class. Adults of the Community church will hold a get-togeer toright at the Broyles and Klugs lake .homes. The eve- ning will be spent in sw'.h,n- air, g, boating, water skiing, devotionals prod a chicken bar- becue. Ladies Aide will meet W'ednesd&v .at the church. A bake sale has been set for August 15 at Swigarts. St. Tinlothy's church ser- vices on the first Sunday of the month will be at 9 a. m. and at 4:30 p. m. the rest of the month. CHURCH ON CARRIER David A. (urch, lmspital- man apprence, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wflard A. Church, of Medical Lake is a crew member of the attack aircraft carrier USS Hancock, operating out of Alameda, Calif. Hancock recently completed ,an =overhaul at the San Fran- cisco, Cal., Naval Shipyard. She will conduct efresher trainirtg in the Pacific this summer in preparation for a tour of duty with the Seventh Feet in the Far East. Airman Tied Class ttaymond R. IaMn of Medical ].ke has graduated from the teehaieal traird, n,g course for U. S. Air Force jet aircraft mechanics at Amarillo AFB, Text. Airman Irvin, who learr.ed to maintain and service multi- engine aircraft, is 'being as- signed to a Strategic Air Com- mand (SAC) unit at Larson AFB, Wash. His unit supports the SAC mission of keeping the v_atlon's intercon,ental missiles arm jet bombers on cotant alert. The airman, san of Sonar Master Sergeant and Mrs. Ray- mend M. Irvin of 80 Cedar St., Malstrorn AFB, Mont., attended Medical Lake High Soiree, PERSONAL MENTIONS Weekend visitors at the Mar- sba'tl Webb home were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Russell of Orofino. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Crk ry of Tulare Calif., spent Wednesday dt! the Forrest Clark his week the Clarks and the Roy Keenes are having a visit from Mrs. Dell Keene and Dawn of Santa Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gou- maz and son of Seattle arTived Wednesday at the Charles Jol- ley home to visit until Sunday. While here they drove to Spirit Lake to visi.t friends. Sunday visitors at the Jotleys ere the John Robinsons of Edwail. Monday luncheon guests of the Ab Griffiths were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peler of Kelso. Mr. and Mrs. Los Meyers of Cordova, Alaska, spent Thurs- day and Friday at the John tiennings and the Clarence Hennings. On Thursday the Meyers, Olive Hennin,g, Clar- ence Henning and Marilyn drove to Washtucna to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holten. Visiting this week with the Sidney Johnsons .are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Claflin and family o Scappoose. Mrs. Fleta Denton has re- turned from five weeks visit- ing with Mrs. Artie Morley in Lennox, lowa, and with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ferham at Omaha, Nob. The Walter Johnsons hove their granddaughter and her family, the Wayne Worths, Ed- die and Harry of Lancaster, Calif., for several weeks. Sunday dinner guests a,t the Milton Kukuks were Mr. and Airs. Bert Denny of Plummer, Ida. Afternoon visitors were the Nick Haidys and the Bill Detillions of Spokane. Herb Kukuk also visited. Ohvis Billups celebrated his tenth birthday Saturday with a family dinner and a trip to the Spokane Cheney Covdes Memorial Museum. Monday was the ninth birthday of Chuck and the two brothers enjoyed a swimming party with 28 of their friends at the lake home of the Ken Broyles. Mrs. Ellen Brown visited her son, Bob Brown, in Kenne- wick a week ago. They trave4ed to Ice Harbor Darn to sight- see arm t.o have dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Sus. Guests of Mrs. Brown Friday and Satur- day were Mike, Debie and Denise Brown of Spoke. Their parents, the Bin Browns were Sunday dinner guests and the children returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner we Sunday dinner guests of the Sam Suvxlerlands in Che- hey, visiting the Frank Gilberts near Garden Sprigs in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schubert returned Sunday after spend- ing two weeks traveling and visiting relatives and friends in California. Their destina- tion was Lorg Beach, where they visited with Rose Schu- bert, Norman So,hubert, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hetts and Mr..and Mrs. Wayne Baur. They .also traveled through Son Francisco, San Diego and Palm Springs. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Puller drove to Bend, Ore., this past weekend to mee,t the Ben Brow fani:ly of Camlbed, Calif., and spend the night. At Wasco, Ore., the Fullers visited with the Amos Grambos, Who aceomprfied them to Bend They viewed slides of the Brown's trip East, which took them to Washir, gton, D. C., where Phil Grub 'shewed them many into costing sights. They also visited at Niagara Fll:s the World's Fair, New York City, Phfla.dellhia and visited relatives at Danville, Vs. The three Brown children, Bergta, David .and Paul, returned home wi the Fullers to spend the rest of the summer with them and Mrs. Ellen Brown. On Moday evening the Ftfllers entertained with a brtlay dJnitor for he Bill Whitmers, the John Gralapps and Mrs. Ellen Brown. The occasion was the birthdays of Bonita Brown and IAnda Gralpp. Sunday dinner guests at the Ab (riffith home were the Ernest ,Mills, the Bd Ahlfs and the Laurence Gdffiths. Celebrating birthdays were Eleanor and Billy tSdalf and Laurence Grffith. Phil Grub is home to spend some time with his brothers and tis annt, Ms. Eltory. They plan to do some traveling while ,he is here. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson drove to Stawood to spend the weekend with the Jack Johnsons. Judith Johnson, ho has been visiting here, accom- panied them. Shervie Stewart, xcho .has spent a month with the Merle Bacons, left Monday for her home in Slmnyvale, Calif. Mrs. AI Beckwth, Mike and Terry of Seattle are visiting with Inez Watson. On Sunday they drove to Warden to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Kreh- biol. On Sunday the Harold StutheRs visited the Edwin Henning fan'ly in Spokane . 'and house from California, the Glen, Heitz- roans and Mrs. Ben Thompson. Visiting with the Roy R. Weatherills Sunday were Mr. and lLrs. CRfford Wickward ld Scott of Walhce, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fraser of Portland visited on Mon, d, ay with the R. G. Weatherills and the Roy R. Weatherills. reg Graham was hmne from the forest service Satur- day and Sunday. The Norm Cry,hams and Susan Parks at- tended the Lilac City orse show. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mace drove.to Pullnan Sunday to visit the Harold Ames. They spent the afternoon touring the university and the campus at Moscow. On Mon, day visit- .ors t the Mace home were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Olin of Coeur d'Alene and Mrs. Olin of Spirit Lake. Espanola News FROM THE PAST MedicM Lake- 1934 Fire which swept over thou- [sands of ,acres of, hnd sur-: rounding Medical Lake Thurs- day, Friday ,and Saturday de- stroyed everything in its path with a loss of thousands of dollars to ranchers. A brush fire on the Drake place south of Medical Lake got out of con- I trol Thursday and swept north to the Morgan ranch destroy- ing hundreds of .acres of wheat ,and timber. A fire between Medical Lake and Four Lakes which starte<l on the Brown place Friday destroyed thnber, wood and farm buildings. Sat- urday's fire destroyed p,ractie- ,slyly :all of the grain (about 200 acres) on the John Kirchhof- fer ranch and the old Bly ranch where the Sam Mace family now ive. Jim Ferrell was seriously injured Mortday when he fell from a ha)rack while heiping Mr. Svenson thresh. A 12-passenger launch, the "Needy Low" belonging to George Brown of Cheney, was brought over Friday evening for a picn.i party at Stanley Park for about 200 patients of Eastern State hospital. By Katherine Hol|oway A. R. SIMONS DIES Minnie and Dave Peterson received word on Wednesday of the death of their sister's husband, A. R. Simons, i To- nasket. The 65-year-old retired garageman died suddenly at his home. He had owned the Studebaker garage in Tonas- ket for 40 years. It is now be- ing operated by his son, Rus- sell. Also surviving are his widow, Adelia, formerly of this area, and a dauffhtor, Mary Anne Oberg, of Tonas- ke. The Petersons, the Lloyd Knapps and Rona Pe.terson of Deer Park attended the fun- oral on Saturday and remain- ed for the weekend. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reitmei- er and Sandra attended the wedding Saturday evening of !Jody Reitmeier and Wilam Crippin of Cheney. It was held at the Jefferson Street C. is- tiun church in Spokane. The Reitmeiers visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Van Camp later in the evening. Monday visitors at the ,Bill McGourins were the Don Hil- tons and Cindy of Spokane. Cindy remained to spend the week. Wednesday visx)rs were the Stanly Swans0ns of Wuk- on. Thursday supper guests were the Don Lamberts of Cheney. George Mann of Spo- kane was a Saturday morning visitor. The Don Lamberts, Dan and MicheHe Bolanhrade of Cheney we.re Saturday eve- nm,g visitors, as were the John MeGourins of Sple. Gary spent Sunday with Jeffery Smith at Colbert. Or Sunday the McGourins drove to Mon- dovi to visit the Charles Kuek- enbuehs. Thursday visitors at the Howard Williams ome were Mrs. Ray Theimens and Da- vid of Moses Lake. The Will. tams family spent the week- end at Priest Lake. Monday evening visitors at the Frank Selfridge home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Broyles of Edwall. The Selfridges spent the weekend at Othello with the Dave Wggens family. Tami remained with them for a visit. Lee Penallurick of Moses Lake was a Friday visit- or. The Lloyd Kna1ps visited with Mrs. B<b Arnold and baby son .at Deaconegs Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs. Dave HenTLing of Waukon visited with the Carl Johnson's on Sunday. The Holloways. the Jim Heptons of Cheney, the Elmer Harises of Tyler and the Virgil Hop- tons of Spokane attended the Lilac City gTmkhana at the Pl.ayfair tracks Sunday. Kath- erine Holloway and Nina visit- ed with the Glen Gowers and their eight children before re- turning home. Evelyn Willms spent Satur- day at the home of Otarlie and Annie Plocker. On Tuesday the Claude Beatties and the Al WiRms drove to Banks Lake to fiSh and spend the m ffht. Friday the Bob McDoweUs vis- ited the Beatties. The Alvin Jnssens of Okanoga arrived to spend the weekend. Satur- da visitors were the Bill Knotts of Five Mile. Mike and Mary Lyrm Hodg- son of Spokane were Friday night supper guests of the ovdon Itodgsons. Sunday vis- SA 3-3848 1944 Gone Sowers and Miss May Stephens were un,ted in mar- riage July 31 at the home of bits. Agrms Heyer. Mrs, Arlie Heyer and Mrs. E. L. Fuller entertained at a party honoring their dau,gh- ters' birthdays July 3'1. Present were Mrs. Lyle Fuson and Jarmt, Mrs. Virgil Greer and Gary, Mrs. Art Wise and Fred- dy,Mrs. John Hot and Johnny, Mrs. Sheldon Vaughn and Noel, Mrs. Ben Engelbrecht and tobert, Mrs. McDonald and the honor guests, Judy Heyer and Linda Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. George Dela- barre have purchased Mrs. Margaret 01s(m's home. Mrs. Stanley Sloan and Rich- ard of Seattle are visiting her garents, Mr. and Mrs..lames Young. 1954 Mrs. Daisy Lewis and her sister, Mrs. Emma Pillard of Spokane, nd Mrs. Maude Pil- lard called on Mrs. Minnie Haewood Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ahlf accompanied Jhn Kimmell and Jack and Michael to Lake Lillian in Ctanada. Kay Hutchinson of Spokane i. visiting her grandparents, Mr. aMd ]fl's. J. A. Hutchinson. A daughter was bern to Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Bl,ake July 29. Mrs. Orubeem, Mrs. Anna Maw, Emma Kress, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnson, Mrs. Mary Wilcox and Boyd Wilcox were dinner guests ,at the Claude Crooks home Thursday. itors were the E. C. Hodgsons. Shirley returned ,after a week at her grandparents. Sunday visitors at the Ern- est Moriarty home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Penhallarcik, Myrt Chase and Patty and Chuck Hay, of. Moses Lake L. T. Cramer, Judy and Rog- er of Spra.o-ue and the Bob Cramer falily of Spangle were Sunday visitors at he Jack Cogswells. Linda return- ed to Spangle after spending the week with Janice. Mrs. Mel Arnold is spend- mg several weeks in Los An- geles visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Primer and other rala- fives. Mel Arnold attended the Spokane field trial club pic- nic at lqsh Lake. NOTICE OF CLOSE OF REGISTRATION NOTICE IS HERFY GIVEN that 'the precincts of Airway iieights, Amber, C'neney No. 1, Cheney No. 2, C'heney No. 3, Cheney No. 4, East Marshall, Esparmla, Four Lakes, Garden Springs, Marshall, Pioneer, Rlmrock, lttdotf, and Spence :will be closed against origia:l registrations on August 14, 19- 64, at the end of the business day and will remain closed un- til September 16, 1964, by rea- son of the special election to be held witl,  Cheney School District No. 360 of Spolane Courtty on September 15, 1964. The precincts will remain open for transfers of registra- tion from one rural precinct to another rural precinct wth- in the eoun through August 31, 1964. FRANK J. GLOVER, County Auditor and Regis- tray of voters for Spokane County, WaShingto (Aug. 7, 1964) Fully Insured MEDICAL LAKE BUILDING MAINTENANCE Chimney Repairs Window Caulking Stone Work Brick Work Tuck Pointing Masonry Work Water Proofing Rod Murphy Rt. 1, Box 8, Medical Lake FREE jy 31-Aug 28 Plant Care Tips Given One of the re,as, ons we take a vacation is to have a change or to enjoy a new environnent. ttuse plants can benefit by having a vacation in the gar- den. Herman Kruiswyk, Spokane County extension agent, passes on this recently received in- formation ,on how to rejuven- ate house plants with a sum- mer outing. Don't get too anxious to put these plants outside. It should be safe if and when m ght temperatures stay close to 60 degrees. Low temperalure:s or chilling can cause the leaves to drop if such temperatures occur too soon .after the plants are outside. The plants are more accustomed to the 60 de- gree night temperatures of our homes and can't take a sudden change. Plunge the pots or contain- ers into the garden in a pro- tected location. To conclude a tlea, lth-giving vacation for the plants, the plants should be re-potted i fresh soil before c0ol temperatures or frosts oc- cur. Instead of ,a sun tan they should have a sun green that will .help carry them through the winter months. i Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Faulsen Bldg.. Spokane 1. Wash. SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 175226 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingto in and for the County of Spokane. METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, a corporation, Plaintiff vs. MARLOW W. LORDS and NANCY L. LORDS, husband and wife, Defendants. State of Washington to the Defend- ants, Marlow W. Lords and Nancy L. Lords, husband and wife. You are hereby summoned to appear in the above entitled court withi sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit : Within sixty (60) days after the 7th day of August, 1964 and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the ecmclalnt of the plaintiff, and serve a ccv of your answer on, the undersigned attorneys 'for plaintiff at their oostoffice address below stated, and in case of your failure i so to do. judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of said complaint which has been fileJ with the clerk of said court. This actio is commenced by the plai tiff, to foreclose a certain mortgage executed by Marlow W. Lords and Nancy L. Lords, to J. L. Cooper & Co., and thereafter assigned to the plalnciff, which mortgage is recorded in Book 957 of Mortgages, page 119, upon the following described property : Lot 8 in Block 10 of Western Third Addition, according to plat recorded in Volume 1 of Plats, page 48, in the City of Spokane, Spokane County, Washington. It is the further object of said action to bar the defendants of all right, title, lien or estate in, and to said premises, except the right of redemption provided by statute. Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke Attorr.ys for Plaintiff By : Philip S. Brooke Postoffice Address : 912 Paulsen Building Spokane, Washingtc/n 99201 (Aug. 7-Sept 11) Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane 1, Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- cane.--ss. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hon. Superior Court of Spo- kane County, on the 31st day of July, 1964, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company, a corporatior* Plaintiff versus Jeanne M. Baesman, Robert W. Burroughs and Mary Burroughs, husband and wife Defendants No. 174536, and to me. as Sheriff, directed and delivered. Notice is hereby given that I will sell to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At ter# o'clock a.m. on the llth day of September. 1964 at South Courthouse door, Spokane, in Spokane County. in the State of Wash- ington,, all the right, title and interest of the above named defendants in' and to the follcving described real property, to-wit : The East 167 feet of Lot 5 of Burchell Subdivision of Part of Tract 185 of Opportunity, as per plat thereof recorded in Volume 2 of Plats, page 611 ; situate in Spokane County, Wash- ington. To satisfy a judgment in' fa- vor of John Hancock Mutual Life Insur- ance Company, a corporation and against Jeanne M. Baesman, Robert W. Bur- roughs arid Mary Burroughs, husband and wife Amounting to Sixteen Thou- sand Two Forty Two and 44/100 ($16,242.44) with interest at 6 per cent per annum from July 31, 1964 and $750.00 attorney's fees and $57.70 costs ariel increased costs, including $26.00 title expense. Interest at 6 per cent on attorney's fees and costs from July 31, 1964 to sale. Given under my hand, this 3rd day of August, 1964. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Theresa J. Love, Deputy Iiamblen, Gilbert & Brooke Harold D. Clarke, Plaintiff's Attorney. (Aug. 7-28} HAROLD V. JOHNSON of 1929 NW. Blvd., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77433 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County Spokane. In' the Matter of the Estate of EDNA L. De SPAIN, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- : signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly and that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned Harold V. Johnson, Atty, 1929 NW Blvd. Spokane, Wash for John L Tuttle or upon Harold V. Johnson the attorney of record at his office at 1929 N*W Boulevard, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at the city of Spokane, Washington within six months after the first publication of this notice. or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 7th day of August, 1964. John I. Tuttle, Executor of the above estate Harold V. Johnson Attorney 1929 NW Blvd. Spokane, Wash. (Aug. %21) HARRISON M. BERKEY 1004 ONB Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 76436 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ETTA S. SWANSON,, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that Harrison M. Berkey, the Executor of the above es- tate has rendered and presented for settle- ment to, and filed ir the Superior Court of Spokane County, State of Washington his Final Account as such Executor and a petition for the distribution of said Estate, in which the Cburt is asked to settle said estate and discharge the said Executor, and that Wednesday, the 2nd day of Sel)tember, 1964, at the hour of 11 :O0 o'clock a. m.. at the Court room of our said Superior Court, in the City of Spokane, in said Spokare County, has been duly fixed for the hearir*g and settlement of said Firml Account and Fetitior for Distribution at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writiv, g there- to and contest the same. Dated this 3rd day of August, 1964. Gee. E. Fallquist, County Cerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. By Ron Cater, Deputy (Aug. 7-21) JOHN F. CAMPBELL 417 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. Hamhleno Gilbert & Brooke 912 Pauten Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77659 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spekae. In the Matter of the Estate of JESSIE C. FRY, deceased. Notice is hereby giver# that the under- signed has been appoined Executor of the above estate in this court and has qualified accordingly, and that all per- sons having claims against said deceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at West 624-28th Ave- ne, Spokane, 'ashingtor# or upon Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke the attorneys of record at their office at 912 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane. Wash.. within six morths after the first publication of this notice, or they will he forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 7th day of August, 1964. H. C. G. Fry Executor of the above estate. Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke Attorneys 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wn., 99201 (Aug. 7-21) Davis, Trezona, Chutek & Loren 307 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane 1, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 76991 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County nf Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of THOMAS WILBER Notice is hereby signed have been tors of the above estate have qualified accordingly, persons having claims ceased are required to serve verified, with the undersigned at 302 Spokane, Washingtor or Chastek the attorney of office at 302 Fidelity Wash., and file such claim such service in the office of the above Court at of Spokane, Wash., within I after the first publication of or they will be forever Date of the first notice is 7th day of Harold Wegcr and Administrators of the Davis, Trezona, Chastek By: Chester Chastek 302 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, (Aug. 7-21) GORDON & W. 24 Indiana, NOTICE TO No. 6879 In the Superior Court Washington in and for Spokane. In the Matter of the FRED A. McREYNOLDS. .. Notice is hereby given ntht $ signed haa been appoin of the above estate Court and has qualified that all persons having said Fred A. McReynolds serve claims, duly sary voucbers, upon the .W. 428 Riverside. spokane, or upon Gordon & Ripple, record, at their office Indiana, Spokane, Wash. claim with proof of the office of the Clerk Court at the City of ton, within six months publication of this notice, be forever barred. Date of the first notice is the 7th day of Old National Bank Guardian of the above Gordon & Ripple, Attorne#. West 24 Indiana, Spokane, (Aug. 7-21) KATHLEEN M. W. 1015 Garland, NOTICE TO No. '/7365 It) the Superior Court Washington i and for Spokane, In the Matter of MARGARET E. INotlce is hereby given signed has been of the above Court and has qualified that all persons having said incompetent are claims, duly verified, vouchers upon the 3516 Princeton, Spokane, upon Kathleen M. Taft, record at her office at land Avenue, Spokane, file such claim with vice in, the office above Court at the City Washington, within six the first publication of they will be forever Date of the first notice is 7th day of Norman A. RigginS, the above estate. Kathleen M. Taft 1015 West Garland, (Aug. JOHN F. 417 Pauisen Bldg., SUMMONS BY No. 1751 In the Superior Washington in and for Spokane. MARY C. STROM P] ROGER C. STROM, To the said Roger You are hereby within sixty (60) days of the first publication tc-wit: witbir sixty (6 7th day of August, above entitled action in court, and answer the plaintiff, Mary C. a copy of your Answer signed attorney for tbe office below stated, and failure to do so, dered against you mand of the Complain filed with the Clerk The object and is to obtair# C. Strom, an absolute from the defendant, upon the grounds of personal indignities dersome. /s/ John F. Attorney for 417 Paulsen' Bldg., (Aug. the most important day of your life! 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