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Pge 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, August 14, 1964 MISS "JEWELL KAY RASMUSSEN AND EDDIE RANDALL PHILLIPS exchanged wedding vows July 19 in the Spokane Valley Seventh Day Adventist church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rasmussen of Spangle. Jewell Rasmussen And Eddie Phillips Exchange Vows The Spokane Valley Seventh Day Adventist church was the .scene of the wed ,ding of Mis Jewell Kay RsTnu.ssen, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert ttas- mussen of Spangle, Jnd Eddie Rondel Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Randall Phil- lips of Pendleton, Ore. on July i9. The bride, who was escorted to the .altar by &apos;her father, was ttired in ;a gown of imported Cbattflly lace. Her fi,ngertip illusion veil was held by a small pearl crown and her lmu- quet was of red rosebuds cen- tered with a single White or- chad on a white bible. Miss LOU Ellen asmussen was maid of honor f,or her sis- ter. She was ,attired in dark blue. The bridesmaids, chel Rasmussen, another sister; Ju- dith .smussen of Gaston, Ore., a sizter-in4aw; and PMH, ips, the groom's sister; wore dresses in two slmdes of light blue. They carried bou- quets of white chrysanthe- mums arranged i pu balls. Rondo Chinn of Pendleton w,s flver girl and Steve Kel- soy of Eagle, Idato, was bible bearer. Best man was Darrell Wood- ruff of VMlejo, Calif. Ushers were Martin Chitders, Toppen- ish, Wash.; Donald Rasmussen, Gaston, Ore., ,a br<thex of the bride; Ernie Gregg, cousin of the groom, Pendleton; Richard Rasmussen, Spangle; Wendle Fry, Pendleton; and Tom Gregg, Portl.and. Miss Brenda Biegler and her brother, Warren Riegler, were candlelighters. The service was performed by the bride's uncle, Mr. Norman Rasmussen of Sioux City, Iowa. Organi was Mrs. Pearlene Appleby of Pendleton. Miss Gwendolyn Fry, Pendieton, and Mrs. Ma- tin Childers, Toppe sang "Wither Thou &cost I Wll Go" and Norman Schwiso of Sun- nyside sang "The Wedding Prayer." Mrs. Hallan-Fry of Pertdte. ton, aunt of the groom, was in charge of the reception. Mrs. Dale Wagner made and cut the wedng cake wch was decorated with red roses. Joyce Gregg, Porthnd, cousin of the bride poured punch; Bbara Thompson of Shelton ssisted at the table and cosins of t,he] bride, Connie, Evelyn and Don-] Im Ra, smussen, assisted wR'hl the serving. ] Mr, s. Caff Rasmmn and] Mrs. William Ramnusse assist- ed in the kitchen. Mersha Schwartz ,and Ellen Hil of Portland, were in clmrge of the gifts. The young cotpie took a ihoneymoon trip to Sea,de, ancouver ,and Victoria, B.C. They will make their home in Pendieton J. Orin Oliphant And May Purdv United In Marriage _. Announcements were re- ceipted by iends of the mr- rage of Dr. J. Orin Olihant and Mrs. May C. Pardy on Sat- urday, Aug.1, at Salem, Ore. Dr. Oliphant was graduated from the Cheney Normal Imol in 1913 td taught tory classes at the Cheney hi'$h school in 1916. He then a'tend- ed the University of Washing- ton, where he was an 'honor student, and returned to Che- ney to work in the Normal School history department with Dr. C. S. Kingston until the late twenties. He is credited with organiz- ing the school's first pubtica= tion "The Journal" now known as the "F, asterrmr" and with compiling 'and publishing the ':History of the State Noxnal School" iu 1924. Dr. and Mrs. OJJpha.n.t will be at home .after Nov. i at 1525 D. St. N.E., Salem, Ore. GAMONS ON VACATION Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Gtmon and children, Terry, Kathy and John, left Tuesday ibr a two- weeks vacati in Colin'ado. South Dakota and Wyoming. They will stop at Grand Can- yon ,and Mesa Verda, Cokado: visit Mrs. Gamon's parent, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Mllis at Wall, South Dakota ,and hew sister, Mrs. John Rattan, and hs. bared .at Newcastle, W0. They pn to return home Aug. 26. GUESTS AT FOSS HOME Guests at the Ry Fess home tiffs weel were Mrs. Ybss' par. ents and ister and children, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Womack, CHURCH NEWS The Christian 'Imrch ob- served union services of the Spokane ,area Surtday evening wih .the Rev. Wte Nff of S p e k a n e Central Christian church as guest speaker. Eight visiting ministers and their fami,'ies were in attend- once.  .... The Youth Fellowship hem their meeting at 6:30 p:m. The nlesge or, 'Protestan Ser- vices in the Eastern State Hos, ptal Chapel for latients" was presented by Mrs. Frances Stimson, assistant ctmplain. Members of the church held a picnic dinner at 1 p.m. in the church dining room. The visiting ministers and amilies were erttertained with a 6 o'- clock picnic in Sutton Park preceding the evening ser- vices. Dates for summer union ser- vices for this district are Aug. 16 in the Coeur d'Alene church; Aug. 23, Greermeres clmrch and Aug. 30, Zelhyr Camp grounds. Pastor Clair Grube and fam- ily eft on vacation to visit ,their families in Mirmesa and Iowa. Supply pastors are: In- terr, Frank Lee, O ttr Savior's I,uheran, Spokane, on Sundy August 16; and (blain Ga- len Morsted, Eastern Wash- ington State ,huspital, on Sun- days August 23 and 3). Services w11 ,be held next Sunday at the galhr time; however, begi,nirg Sunday, August 23, Worhip Service and Sunday Selmol will begin one hour later, Suaxl Srool at 9:45 and Worship at 11:00 a.m. This schedtfle wi'l con- tinue until there  ,be two woPsMp services each Stratify. Former Students Of the Holter House Hold Reunion Former Eastern Wavhington State Coll.ege students, who heed in the Agnes Halter (Mrs. Norman Halter) house held a reunion ih the Cheney City ball Saturday, August 8, with 63 present. The reunion, arranged and carried out by the fo,rmer stu- dents who brought their fam- ilies, :also honored Mrs. H.olter. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Buscher and children, PMo Alto, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bow, Winlock, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frost (Beverly BeaudreauL Maple Valley; Mr. and Mrs. Jck Sers, Seattle; Mr. ,and Mrs. Howard Hanson, Clarkston; Mr..and Mrs. Roger Johnson, Bellevue; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Leaman artd chil: dren of Medicine Hat, Atberta, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Jack and children, Livermore, C'aif.; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Young arid children, Woodland, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Gertlar, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nelson, John, Karl and Betsey Pearson 'all of Spo- agk?ndMrjo,ld MMLSe J WlSS MELODYE SUE ADAIR AND JAMES DOUGLAS SWEET Timmv of Chenev [ were united in marriage July 27 in a candlelight ceremony per. be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mar Six "other studen, ts and their formed by Chaplain Joseph Forbes at the Fairchild Air Force ttatcliffe for dinner tonight families were unable to attend Base chapel. but sent messages. Sixth Generation Baptismal Rite NUPTIAL VOWS UNITE MISS ADAIR AN D JAM ES SWEET Miss Melodye Sue Adair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Del- sckool. Saturday they joined a Spokane County, has been for the hearing and picnic group of Mr. and Mrs. Final Account and Petitio Dean Swegle ,and children, Mr. button, at which time and person interested in said To Receive Barbara and Steven Larson, children 05 the sixth genera- tion to be baptized in the Che- ney Christian church, were christened in a baptismal cere- mony during last Sunday morn- ing's worship hotur. The Roy. Donald Ross officiated. Rarbara and Steven are the children of Marie Stone Lar- son of Opportunity; grad- cMldren o Mrs. Hazel Gorr Camp of Sprigdale and great- grandchildren of Mrs. Mary Ashworth of Cheney. hey are descendents of the George Cook family and Mry Cook Sp.angle, fit scho !lie Adair of Route 1, Spokane, was married July 27, to James Douglas Sweet. The double ring, eande- light ceremony was performed by Chaplain Joseph Forbes, at Base Chapel II at Fairchild AFB. The attar was decorated with large baskets of w'tgte gladioli and blue daisies. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor- length wlAte chanty ]ace gown, desigred with ong ta- pered sleeves, scalloped neck- line and a chapel train. Her fingertip silk illusion veil was hetd by a s-rna seed pearl and and Mrs. Del McConnell (Inez Swegle) and four children. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt, who are spending this m onth at their Priest Lake cottage, lmd the following visitors: Mr. and Mrs. Mile Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pierce and family and Mr. and Mrs. George LaValley. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Asp- lund from Palm Springs, Calif. spent Friday night in Chene calling on old neighbors and friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Schroeder are s.pending 'this week on a camping and fishing trip and expect to visit their s'om John Jr., and family in Portland. Mrs. A. B. Cutting enter- tained Sunday .fterrmon, her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson, of Medical Lake .and a niece ,and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Paulus of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower hve as house guests this week their daughter and children of Spokane, Mrs. R. L. Jensen and David and Lori. Mr. Jensen has taken ,a Boy Scout troop to the scout camp for the week. Mrs. Graham Dressler and d.aughter, Martha Dressier, will (Friday). They leave for their i new 'home in Seattle on Satur- ried a btue nd white tenth- day. ered bouquet of carn,tions. The Lakeview Sewing club Attendants he3d ,a potluck picrc Wednes- The bridesmaids, Miss Laur-day, Aug. 12, at Downs Lake el Patte,rson (cousin of the and at the home of Mrs Lou bride) and Miss Carol Year-alk. Sixteen were present. out, wore ensembles idertical I The Royal Neighbor odge cancelled their regular meet- ing Aug. 17 because of vaea- ti, ons. The next meeting will be Sept. 2. Mr. ,and Mrs. i],o Ball at- tended a patio picnic at the Don Rohrer home Saturday for 1960-61 Eastern Star matrons and patrons. teacher in Cheney, who taught children of homesteaders in 1673. Following the services, a family party was ,held at the home of Mrs. Ashwrth. DRESSIER SdLD Mrs. Vm#nia Dressier, who is leaving to mike her home in Seattle, sold her home to Mr. and Mrs. S. R. King. crystal crown. She carried white rases and lilies of the valley on a white Bible. Matron of Honor Mrs. Jerri Morsch, aurtt of the bride, was matron of ,hon- or. She wore a blue taffeta, waltz-length gown, overlaid wth : sil organza, a deeper blue cummerbund 'belt With large bow in back. Her acces- sories were blue and she car- to the matron of :honor. April Adair, also in blue, was her sister's flower girl ,ad Roanie Patterson (cousin of the bride) was the ring bearer. A/1 Warren Cooper was best nian, arid A/3 B. E. MiLner and A/3 Jim S]oss were the us'hers and candle lighters. The solo- GUESTS OF SMITHS Mr. and Mrs. Idarry Bryce- son, Mr. and.Mrs. F. N. Dn- iels and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hohday spen last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Smith at Essex, Montana. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. Etta Presnell had as callers on Sunday morning her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. CYffford Presnell, of Coax. Mr. ,and Mrs. F. N. Levre entextained as weekextd guests, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Loxter- kanp, from Varmouver, B.C. Sunday their guests were Mrs. May Starmer and daughter, Lu- cilIe, from Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Meorman entertained their son-in-l'aw and d, aughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moae from Brooking, Ore. Another daughter, Mrs. An- nn,belle McLean, a n d h e r daughter Mrs. Bernie Han- ford and family of Spokane spent several ds 'herer, the )ast week. ls Florence Rue eater' t as a ,tuncheon guest Monday, Mrs. Thomas Wes$by of Moscow, Idaho. One day hat week her guests were Mrs. Ann Irving and Mrs. Mrtha Hartson from Spgltane. Mrs. D. G. Jerue rettwned Mondaj, after spe:rdirtg a week with two sdsters, Mrs. Will Humphrey at Steptge, and Mrs. M. G. Morrison at Chrkston. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brooks (Becky Ratcliffe) and c ,h1dren, Jennifer and Stephen, from Bakersfi(id, Calif. are speHd- ing tWO weeks wih her par- ,nts, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rat- cliffe. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ratcliffe spent the weekertd at Priest ist, Miss Phyllis Mrtin, was Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. G. accompanied by Sgt. Sprinkles. J ohrlson returned last week ' Reception J from a visit with their so:n and The recepon, in charge of J family, Mr. ,and Mrs. R0[bert MIs. Har9ld We rhan and Mrs. j Johnson, at Corvallis, Ore. and Bert ParhaH, was hd' at | with their dalghter Margit Windsor range hall The wd. J Itebble, waite and family at Van- ding cake was cut anal srved J couver. On Sunday they iOled by Mrs. Wayne Hagel, ossisted  Mr. and Mrs. Gl-en lwals by Miss IAnda Gray. for a huckleberry trip at Priest  Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Brown on.retrained as' guests tast week her brother arid i>arnily, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Norman, from San Fran.ciseo. On Sunday a family dinner ,on the patio n- eluded as guests, Mr. artd Mrs. Robert Brown, Spokane; Mr. arm Mrs. Martin Brown, Pull- man; Mrs. George Brown and Mrs. Norman tlter. Mrs. W. J. Orlb, Wesley, ,Doug and Sheme Lyam are I . acafiomng at Long Be,aen Wash. and at St. Anthony, Id,a'ho with rehtives. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Hawk of Seattle spet last week in Cheney visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dales, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hedge and Mrs. H. Soaxxh. Dr. Iawk was formerly on the College staff. -The Roy. and Mrs. Charles A. Dittmar were Thursday eve- ning dinner guests of Mrs. D. G. Jerue. Mr. aml Mrs. Jom Ditton are spending this week vaca- tioning on the coast. They visit their daughter and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle More- hose and infant dau'hter. Mrs. Lorene Fvanz arrived over the weekend from Wenat- chee to attend the post sessions t EWSC. Mi'. and Mrs. Pete Rflles- bach entertained as guests lst week, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whiteside from Woodburn Ore. and Mr. arid Mrs. Walter Nich- ols of Seattle, who also vishted Mrs. Kate Anderson. Dr..and Mrs. Pa1 Wolff, former EWSC faculty mem- bers now of San Marco, Calif., spent one afternoon l, ast week here with Mr. and Mrs. Pete BiHesbaCh and .other friends. Mrs. Edith Davis is spend- ing this week in Seattle as a guest of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Ran- lett, retired rural letter carrier of Mesa, Ariz., formerly of Spokane, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Slaens a few days last week. While here they were guests on Fritay morning for a coffee lmur and .on Saturday evening a supper party ,on the awn of Mr. and Mrs. John anks, with Mr. and Mrs. Slovens  pres- ent. The three men are rmer letter carriers of the Spokane area. SHARPE, TWIGG & BENNETT W. 1115 Broadway Ave., Spokane, Wn. Mrs. Eursel Metcalf and Miss Carol Yates poured coffee and Mrs. Melvin Stevens and Miss IAnda Martin were at the purmh bowls, l,iss Patsy Dda- matsu had charge of the guest book .and Mrs. Johrt Clwford and Miss Karen Werhan were in charge of the ifft table. The young couple spent their honeymoon at Harbor Island, Idaho. Lake with Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Patmore. Friday the Ratcliffes and Pamores visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miclmelm at Hy- den Lake and Mrs. RacRffe's sister, Mrs. W. H. Hrfovd at Sand Point. Mr. arm Mrs. James Bhck- shaw and Ruth entertained with a dessert party atev the EWSC commencement cere- monies Thursday evening in honor of s. Evelyn Striegel, who received her B.A. degree. Among the guests were her two daughters and seven grandchildren, who came for the commencement. Co-hosts for the party were Mr..mad Mrs. Ray Lilengreen, Spolane. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ames and daughters, Laurel and Linda, from Tacoma were l Saturday breakfast guests of! Mr. and Mrs. James Blackslaw i and Ruth. The men are cousins. I Mr. and Mrs. Martin Toilet. son, who are building a country home on the road to Fish Lake, expect to move there this m.orth. Mrs. Jean Whitney is huild- ing a new home on Elm and Second street, where she and her son, Biil, expect to live this fall. She has been located in Clover Court and teaches i at Betz school. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Luiten we to Ritzville Sunday to vit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luiten and to attend the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. WI1 Rosenoff. Mrs. Roselmff (Versa Davis) is the daughter of the hte Mr. atd Mrs. H. I. Davis, Che- ney pioneers. Mr. and Mrs, Royce Mix (Car- ol Luiten) from Htmtsville, AM, arrived Monday night to spend their vacation with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Luit- en. Guests this week of Mr. and lIrs. Elmer Luiten were her sister and family, the Wayne Roseroffs and two sons from Monterey, Calif. Mrs. Agnes Halter enter- Mrs. Omer Church and Vicki tained as weekend guests Mr. NOTICE OF SETTLEMEN1 OF ESTATI ,an,d Cindy of Helena, Olda. Mr. VISITS SISTER and Mrs. Jack Martin and No. 90 ' Womack is connected with the ,,. t m .^,. .... 1,., chdl*,r .... A aft. ._. _^ In the Superior Court of the State of nt,Puaaht0EsroPv t SLaeyy H:rnaYngGirl 'hzveree- IM:? Mrs. Glen Heitzman :St:a.t wf RStON: oeuna;dof Spo- they vd in M;ntana .... moria} hospital o.Uowing ms, i Freemn:Orna oiteedrthe Td s:O:.e:'ehXrdbni:::oth,ot tWhie]iardJ; ;' ' " jor surgery. '  .e e'gh- . .. ." . - bone right,, .  .....  estate, Has renaerea and presented' for .-. j aa xx'xtrz ttt- settlemev, t to, and filed in the Superior VISITORS FROM GERMANY den Court of s oka Count ta o INJURE n t, .-aLL ts and were envr oute heme .  , p . y. s te f Wash. ............ . ,,. rM I via Scott ..... his rinai ceoun as such Admlnistrator lvtr.ana mrs. nerDer aw- I .... .e ann UlyTnpl. and a petition for the distribu- rh r H Monta e sustained ' ' Mrs ,-..^  ..... 1^ 4^ timx of said estate in which the Court is rene of [avon_ Ge 2 - fo Irarok .g.u .7: u l MR. AND MRS. JERRY BREEDEN (Sherry Fifield) were mar. train_; =_ =i? ": ,ked to settle said Estate distribute the many are visiting Mrs. zeaa u o en rtDs in a rau from ] ried Au-ust 2 in the Central Ba-tist church Sokane The bride I ea as guests over ne weeK- property to the heirs or persons entitled ! Owen, Rt. 2, Cheney d Mr. a ladder at his home in Spo- .., Y ........ v ,,, ;.'.':. r: . L ..... ena nor brother, Ted Wynstra, to the. same, and .dis.charge.the said Ad- nrl ff- rpol d'rMH,Isn snl l.qTt f-a rt,n ...o .n;.4;..,r IS tne aaugnter or mr. ana mrs. wayne I'ltlel( Or t.neney, rter J/hr,; n,. t.'_ . .... .._ mlmstramr, ana na xaesoay, the 15th ,,, z, ,.  ,ULv 'l.tlltll t ,-... ,xvrt  t *v p,a.v ,JZj zsla , etlu 11 tltUllt&' day of September 1964 at he .... o n , , husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Breeden, North 6104 Ka hour of 9 30 o'egck a at t family. Mrs. Lawrence is a hts h use who the hdder gave _ , ] thy, who is attendmg the. . . . . :: - the I ' Stevens = ane I '" .... - t our mr * or ou, sara upe- cousin of .Mrs. Owen. way. l , poz . rwt; post sessmn summer I for in the Cit: of Spokane in said appear and file his ,ng thereto and contest the Dated this 10th day of George Fallquist Clerk of the Superior By Jack A. Magney, (Aug 14-28) JOHN L. DAVIS 704 W. First. Spokane, NOTICE TO No. 77663 It* the Superior Court Washington in and for Spokane. in the Matter of the ISABEL J. DAVIS, Notice is hereby given signed has been of the above estate in has qualified accordingly, persors having claims deceased, are claims, duly verified vouchers upon, the West Sharp Ave., John L. Davis, the at his office at 704 W. rme, Spokane, file such claim, of such service in of the Clerk of the the City of Spokane, months after the first this notice, or they barred. Date of the first ntice is 14th day of Murrow I. Davis above estate. John L. Davis, 704 W. First Avenue, (Aug 14-28) Randall. Danskin, 1017 Paulsen Bldg.. NOTICE TO ]No. 77699 In the Superior Court tVashingiot i ano tor Spokane. In the Matter of the' CLAUDE R. HILL, lotice is heet,y signed has been of the above estate in has qualified accordingly, persons having claims ceased are required to duly verified, with upon the undersigned Building, Spokane, Randall, Danskin, attorneys of record at Paulscn Building, ton, and file such proof of such service in the Clerk of the above of Spokane, WashingtOu, months after the first this notice, or they will be Date of the pub] re>rice is 14th day of Nina I. Hill, estate. Lundi: ,- ) Randall, Danski, C. D. Randall Attorneys 1017 Paulsen Spokane, Washington (Aug CARUSO & 811 Paulen Bldg., NOTICE OF SETTLEMEN No. 76104 I the Superio Court Washington in and for Spokane. In the Matter of the MIKE COVICH, deceased. '' State of Washirgton. kane.--s Notice is hereby given Covich, the Will Annexed of the rendered and presented and filed ir the Spokane County, State ton his Final Account istrator, and a petition tion of said estate, in is asked to to settle tribute the property to the sons entitled to the same, the said Administrator, day, the 10th day of at the hour of 11:00 at the court room Of our Court in the City of ] SPokane County, ha been , i the hearing and settlement Account and Petition for at which time ant interested in said estate file his exceptions in and contest the Dated this 10th day Go. E. Fallquist, Clerk of the Superior By Edward W. H (Aug 14-28) MAXWELL R. 1021 ONB Bldg., Spokane, NOTICE TO :No. 77711 In the Superior Court of Washing'ton i and for Spokane. In the Matter of JOSEPHINE HILDA ceased, Notice is hereby given signed has been of the above estate in this qualified accordingly. son having claims ceased are required to verified, with r*ecessary the undersigned at Nrth Spokane, Washington' or R. Chapman, the  :ix rn, his office at 1021 Old Bldg., Spokane, such claim, with proof ir the office of the Court at the City of ton within six months publication of this notice be forever barred. Date of the first ntice is 14th day Gordon A. Mc Bean the above estate. Maxwell R. Chapman 1021 ONB Bldg., Spokane, (Aug 14-28) Davis, Trezona, 302 Fiffelity Bldg., NOTICE TO No. 77688 In the Superior Court Washington in and for Spokane. In the Matter of GEORGE J. SPILLOS, Notice is hereby signed has bee of the above estate in has qualified accordingly, persons havinr claims ceased, are required duly verified, with upon the undersigned Laura Road, Spokane upon Will Lorenz the ord at his office at 302 Spokane, Wash.. and file proof of such service in clerk of the above Court Spokane, Washington, months after the first this notice, or they will h. Date of the first ntice is 14th day Giadys C. Spillos above estate. Will Lorenz, Attorney 302 Fidelity Bldg. SPokane, (Au -28) ROWLAND H. 924 East Main Alhambra, NOTICE In the Superior Court Washir*gton in and for Spokane. . In the Matter of the es tt C. Ray, deceased. Notice is hereby given, lgned AdmirdstratOr estate has applied for in the amount of for the Decedent National Bank of SpokanS Branch, the address of  Riverside ton, in the that such transfer may ninety days from the fi of this notice un,]esa a Administrator of said est and qualified within the ington and afd Bank r, notice thereof at its sai to transmittal of such Undersigned. Date of first publiestio L is August 14, 1964. Kenneth Yowell, the above estate 4325 Oak Drive, M Rowland H. G'aham, 924 :East Main Street Alhambra, I4-25)