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TRI-STATE REALTY, INC. Look! Look! 1st 10 Acres of the newly plotted high school addi- is ready for your choice of home sites. Select one of or have your builder purchase your new home you. , READY SOON double entry homes by Bob Wilson Homes Inc. [ bui4t on North Sixth. Pick your Choice of fireplace i and paint colors now. GOOD BUY Rdrm. very comfortable home, electric heat. 2 choice large shop area for storage or garage. Full price Small down payment with reasons.hie monthly OLDER HOME electric ,heat, lots of living area at a price that rent. Priced at $7950.00, $500.00 down balance per month. CHOICE LOCATION House, 3 bdrm. nice 2 car garage. Move right in full price. Let's talk terms. ACREAGE listed approx, 1 Acre very nice 2 bedroom home electrie heat. Drilled well, 2 car garage and storage See this now it v2on't last. Full price $9850.00, dn. $1,000.00 Balance $85.00 per me. APPROX. 2 ACRES home, electric heat, garage aRd shop area, system and water fights. This acreage will run had of beef plus lay and nice garden spot. Full $8950.00 only $1250.00 down, bahnce easy terms. Call Bill Geschke or Lloyd Ham !15T TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CALL 235-4778 CHENEY, WASH. FOR RENT For Sale by owner basement, land- in appliances, 2 baths, 2 large kitchen, DOWN PAY- See at 509 Irene Phone 235-6816 a20-st0 "Gleanings by Gall" Traveling and vacations are coming to an end and the fun of summer is alinest over. People's thoughts are turning to new and different ideas. Teen-agers are trying to avoid all preparations needed for the start of school, and most of all the date school begins. Some colle,ge students have just fin:is:hed the last session of summer school and are try- ing to relax before that old familiar bell rings for them in the fall. Fami,l.ies are slowly cleaning and winterizing their lake homes before they lock their dears for the summer. "Traveling Family" Ritzville, the county seat of Adams courLty, is a pleasant tovn. People passin.g through, consider it a place to stop and enjoy a coke or something to eat. But, have you ever stop- ped to think what surprises might be in store for people passing through? Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bowlsby and their four children, certainly discovered a pleasant surprise. As they were driving through Ritzville last Wednesday, they heard irers behind them and were suddenly stopped by an offi- ci, al car of the City o,f Ri,tzville. What had they done? Noth- ing! To their surprise they had been chosen as Ritzville's 'Traveling Family o.f the Year.' They received many courtesies from the City of Ritzville. The Bowisby family was on it's way to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Pauison and Win. After their visit in Cheney, the Bowlsbys will be traveling to The Dalles. Ore., for a swimming meet in w'hieh their children will be participating. ]nae ir oldest daughter, Karen, is a meber of the Red Cross in MaLaysia. There have been many vis- itors in Cheney lately. Visit- ors from St. Paul, Minn. are Mrs. Robert Turk and daugh- ter, Nancy, who .are spending the weekend at the home of Mrs. Turk's mother, Mrs. Wil- Ram Mobs. Mrs. Turk has two ,other daughters. Judy, Who re- cently graduated from college and i,s now employed as an in- 1 bedroom furnished apt., terior decorator in Dayton's bedroom furnished -apt. department store in St. Paul. washers an4 dryers. M, anried Jeanne, a college studert, trav- couples on, ly. 235-6647. 121 5th sled with her mother to C'he- a20tf ney ,and then continued on to Portland to visit one of her Unfurnished 2 bedroom apt. farmer school friends, but will Inquire 605 Elm, Cheney, arrive back in Cheney on Sun- married couples only. day. a20tf Mr. and Mrs. Leon Whitin- $110. Beautiful 4-bdrm country ger's daughter, Mrs. Roger home, way to Spokane, Mathis, and her san, Scott, are ,awilable Sept. 15, for year or visiting the Whitingers from more, while owner abroad, New Orleans. Mr. Mthis is :an Fcu:lty or other responsible engineer for Boeing in New family. Furn. or unurn. Chit- ONeans. The Whitingers are dren welcome. MA 4-0207. looking forward to enjoying NEW HOMES a20tf threir daughter .and gramt, son I for the next two week " w district, 3 bdrm. 3 new duplex apts. All electri- Arriving from : NhviRe, .. lg. beautMul kitchen, cal appliarmes, w/w carpets. Tenn. are Dr. and Mrs. Will- Phone 23'5-4747. Thee. Matney, iam Drumond and family. The l Vange & hvasher, 2 1506 2rid. jyl6tf Drummonds pLan on staying . dble garage, avail-  Two bedroom house, close in, through Labor Day weekend t. 1, unfurnished, automatic heat..at their and the Dr. and Mrs. I S--New 2 bdrm du- Phone- 235-6863. W. 228 5th. Raymond Whitfield's summer ll appliances included T jylStf home on Priest Lake. They win , also visit old friends frown Che- fire place. Let one 2 bedroom unfurnished mod-ney. Dr. Drummond, formerly yotr payments. Ren- ern, clean apt. $40 me. See a,ssocated with Eastern. Wash- Property close to F. M. Watson, Four Dakes, ingO0n State College, is pyre- ' Good net return. Wn. a6-27p ely head of the Division of Education at Peabody College Widmer Realty One bedroom, unfurnished in Nashville. i207 N. WaSh. ,apartment for single woman Visitors enjoyed the c .tmrm ,or married cottple. Private en- of Miss Franc Mason's and house with trance, patio, fireplace, view, Mrs. Edwin Dummeier's coun, appliances. Fenced electric heat, htmdry and try ,lme ast Monday mid 616 VIIrd, Ce-istorag e, rear Colege. Phone: Tuesday. Hou guests were 235-4455. a27p ORDINANCE NO. 2 lille new, so easy 2 bedroom furnished aart- A Ordinance regulating the use of Blue Lustre. Rent 5n ent" 705 First Street, 235- public and private sewers and drains, $1. Holnes a,27tf drivate sewage disposal the eonstructior*, installation' and maintenance of public and private sewers, and building dew- One 2-bedroom duplex apt. all ers, the discharge of water and wastes ppla'nces, w/w carpets, into the public sewer system, providing for the enforcement by shut off of 15th, 1600 square home. Else. Thomas Matney. 235-4747, water service, amending Ordinance No. kitchen, ge, dish- 1506 2nd. a27tf hereof.312' and providing for the effective date Be it Ordair, ed by the Council of the double gar- Three ,bedroom 'house. Daisy Town of ical Lake: SECTION I Ed Doten Real Es- Drake, 9 N. 3rd St., Cheney. Whereas, Section 407 of Article IV 1 St., Plmne 235- a27p of Ordinance No. 312 of the ordin- a13f ances of the Town of Medical Ike "Sction 407. Any person found to lot, 60 x 120. Excel- One bedroom furnished apts., reds as foUows: $45.00 monthly. Four Lakes be violatin any provision of this ordin- Paved street, Apts., Four Lakes a2(p ance except Section 401 shall be ecrved Dy the Town with writte notice slat- and sewage. Plmne ing the nature of the violation and pro- viding a reasonable time limit for the a6ff LOST tisfactory coio thereof. The of- 'house at Fis fender shall, within the period of time stated in such notice, permanently cease raceme rty. Li plate No. X2870, Frost all violations." And Wherua, the Town Council deema o27p 235-6851 or Free Press. x it adivsable to amel tid tio v, _@ll@i'iLJ-1111Ltll.llillb'lll therefore, Section 407 of Ordinance 812 is amended to read as follows: solid oak table, Two red hurtmg dgs, male stion m. The owner or occult 6 chairs, bffet, and female. Call collect, of any premise found to be violating amy provisiom of thl Ordinance except $45; ove Frank ,D'Vorski, Medical Lake, section oz shall  ,ven "rritteat notice bed, good oam SA 3-4243. a20tf the Town stating the nature of the conteiT1qtorry and plvid a reasormble limlt for the matiafactory correc- office type SPECIAL tio, thereof. The offender shall, with- $35. 102 Second in the period of time tated in' such a27 " notice, permanently eea all violatiosb The notice herein provided fat' slud] Will pay a good price for US given by United Stat mail addmd truck 1ton, groin andCanadian coins. Free ap to the owner or occupant at his add- rack, good candi- praisal if you do not wish to s  sownSECosOn the Townn rords. Spangle, sell. 414 First St., Cheney Ordinance o. sx of the Ordlnanc a27 jlgtf of the Tow of Medical Lake is amend- ed by the addition of the following sec- tion to Article IV thereof: SALES INEXPEISIVE tying pa])r. Section 410. As an additional and con- current method of enforcing the pro- Auction , Satur- 500 sheets 8 x 11 practice vision of Ordinance No. 812. the Town ]l? 9 1 e Free of Medical Lake shall have the right P. m. Whers, re- to shut off the water service to any premise where a violatton of said Or- stoves, furniture, Press affice j29tfx dinance No. 3"12 hea continued beycmd Jacobsen the time limit provided for in Section 'attic ,hmen large  WORK WANTED 40 of said Ordinarco emdl:in the event of such cut off, the Town of Medical door freezer and re- Lake shall have the right to Also aRtiques and Guaranteed out, board motor re te supply water to sue lemises until such time as the violation set out in Sold every day. 23 pair. Ed's Conoco Service. tie nice shall hve been corrected. SECTION nI a27 Phone BE 5-4400. t/ This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect five days after its passage, approval and publication. i House painting, reasonable, re- Introduced. passed by the Town Coun-  a'ble college student with eli end .pproved  the Mayor this 7 day of August, 196. references and experience. 235- A.E. Denton. Mayor 4482. a20-27 Attest: E. A. Brewer, Jr., Town Clerk Approved us to Form: Merritt A. Johnson. Towr* Attorney Check the want advs. each week. (Aug. 27, 1965) Mrs. A. C. Weaver of &pokane :and Mrs. Lena Witt of Spo- kane. Karen Brown also was a guest of Miss Mason and Mrs. Dummeier on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Walker and family of Bellevue are .coming Aug. 28. They will be guests of Dr. and Mrs. Oscar E. Johnson. The Johnson and Walker families plan to spend Sunday and Monday at Pries lake at the summer home of Dr. ,nd Mrs. James Johnson. Young Jimmy Walker is look- ing 'forvrd to the opening of dove season on, Wednesday when he and his fathe will be joiaing a group of sons and fathers in Yakima. Nigeria for two years wi be the home of Ed Iddings and his daughter, Jane. Mr. Iddis will be connected with the U. S. Agriculture department. His wife, Mrs. Iddings (Nell Anon, Piers>n) will remain in Boise as ,a .guidance counselor in Boise high school until June. Their daughter, Sue, will return to Washington State University in September where she is majoring in veterinary science. Enjoying outd,oor activities for five days were Doug Orlob and Jim Holmes. Doug and Jim camped near Hill's tea.oft on Priest lake. All birthdays are fun to cele- brate! Last Thursday Win Paul- son celebrated his 14th birth- day with his family and guests. Win ws accoml)anied by friends Thursday to the movie "Help!" After the show they all came home to dinner, a birthday cake, and naturally, the fun of seeing Win ope, his presents. : Former EWSC studen.ts to- g, ether aain: A group of for- i mer Eastern students ,had what you might call a Cheney reunion in Wirtzburg, Ger- many. Bruce Lowhead, Bob Stevens, binda Paulson, Mile Kurly, Bruce Johnson and-his wife, and Fred HM,britter were the members of the group. To celebrate the retmon they enjoyed a boat trip up the Rhine river. Friday, August 27, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 5 Liberty District's 3 Schools Set For Aug. 31 Opening Edgar D. Critchlow, Superintendent of Schools, has announc- ed that the three schools in Liberty SChool District will open as planned Tuesday, Aug. 31st. Buildings trove been readied for the new school year and lunches will be served the irs day. Buses will run on the regular schedule. Any student new to the district is asked to contact either the building principM or the superintendent i,n case there is a question of bus route or time of pick up. The teaching staff is now complete. New to the district will be Mrs. Shirley Patt of EWSC who win teach second grade at East berty; Mrs. Joan Sheard of southvest Texas State College and EW- SC, :half day in .the Junior hh at East Liberty; Mrs. Darlene Crosby, half day in girls' P. E. at the :high sc,lool and hall day in the Juni.or high at East Liberty; Terry Rasor of EWSC, math and science at East Lib- erty Junior high; Miss Mary Ellen Trowbridge of WSU, home economics at Liberty high school and Richard D. Shindler of the U. of W., math and coaching at the high school. Denton Is Principal Mr. William Denton. has been appointed Principal at Liberty high school and will also carry some coaching and advanced math classes. Other staff members who wR1 be returning to East Lib- erty at Fairfield are: Mrs. Anrmlee Holt, first grade; Mrs. Catherine Norton, third grade; Mrs. Dana Mehl fourth grade; Mrs. Elaine. Wolf, fifth grade; Carrol Cos, Junior High, and Darrell Smith, Principal. Returning to West Liberty a,t Spangle are: Mrs. Augusta Zeham, first grade; Mrs. Betty Ktann, second grade; Mrs. FA- leen Merritt, third grade; Ar- min Vagt, fourth grade; Pete Lupin,aoei, fifth grade; Mrs. Shirlee Fulaer, Paul Potter, Charles Denson, Junior High; and Donald Johnson,, Prinei. Ron Mickelson Attends Leadership Conference at Cam Waskowdz Ron Mickelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mickelsen, was chosen to represent Cheney high school at the Youth Leader. ship conference held at Camp Waskowitz near North Bend. Ron will be a senior this year. He is majoring in math and is active in dramatics, He pl'ayed the part oSheridan White. side in "The Manho Came To Dinnerj last year's high school production ..... I BY RON MICKELSON gate learned just what the pur- .Each Year the ondary t pose off' the tudem council is nools of this state send dele-]and some ofthe bet ways to gates o a three-part leader. J run its activities. I .found solu- ship train,ing proam which is J lions o some problexns our set up to instruct chosen ASBJcouncil has been having not officers from these schools in I only from claes but also the techniques of good leader-'from some ,of the ways that ship. As the first vice-president other schools have solved of Cheney hihgh school I was these same problems. , chosen to attend the Wasko- The delegates also learned witz Leadership Corfference, to work as leaders in a group. one of the three camps in the In the classes .nd ,lectures we program. The purpose of the learned techniques all lead- program is to acquaint the ers sheuld know concerning various officers t sue,nt the control of a group and couxmA1 procedares and ie 'chava,cteristics a ood leader should have in order to gain and ,hold the respect of the people he is to be workirg with. Carl Weber, the assistant camp director, in his dosing statement went into a brief ru@own of what kind of world the camp wa trying to pre- pare ks for. In this statement he .said, "There is no quick sOlution to the depressing problems we ,have in the world today, .but you delegates might be the eventual answer as the leders of tomorrow." It was the proper dosiag to a won- derful week. duties. Waskpwitz camp began on Aug. 8, for this year's dele- gates and ended on Aug. 13. Each delegate received irfor- marion months in lvance concerning travd arrange- me,n, ts and what to brirg, in- cluding a sleopig bag, extra clothing, and other various items needed during the stay at cmp. The most important thing we were instructed to birg, however, a's a good ,amout of common sense and a will to work hard. The camp was run on a figlt schedule of elsses, lec- tures, and recreational activi- ties. The directors made it a very full week for everyone! there. While: there every dte-i 11 II II I I I DAIRY SALE SATURDAY, AUGUST 28TH STARTING AT 1 P. M. 38 Large High Producing Holstein Cows 1 Guernsey Cow 3 Holstein Heifers SILVER BELL DAIRY Carl Otteson, Owner 11 Miles North of Spokane on Highway 395 and 1 Mile West on Monroe Road. Floyd Tew, Auctioneer BR. 6-6588 p pal. i Seven To Return Iberty high school staff members who are retingi this year include: Mrs. Mar- garet DagJey, commercial; Gary Caertner, science; Oarty Strait, Spanish and Erlish; CLair C. CflRll, economics, li- brary, arts and crafts; George Fisher, vocational agriculture and industrial arts; Raymond Feucht, English, reng and speech; Farrel Romig social studies and boy's P. E. and caching. Mrs. Lucitle Hooper will teach Remedial Reading at bo.h East Liberty and West Liberty and Mr. David Roys will have charge of the music program at .all three schools. Orientation Day Monday Orientation Day for the teachers will be held this year on Manday, Aug. 30th at the high school. Mrs. Levi Bareither has been hired as part time secretary at the elementary school in Fairfield. Other returning n,on-certified personnel are: bus mceh,anic for the distriet, Alvin Fricke; custodian at East Liberty, Dale Thies; custodian a West Liberty, Keith Choate; custodian at the high ash, eel, Allen FLaig; seeks at East Lib- erty, Mrs. Resa Zelm and Mrs. Ruth Davis; cooks at West Lib- ery, Mrs. Elnora Knuth and Mrs. Beth F1aig and a the high school, Mrs. tLanche,n No- wok and Mrs. Ethel (Yttesen; district secretary, Mrs. Bette l_u Triton,. Most Drivers Return Bus drivers returning are: iHarvey Clausen, George Davis, Herb Delzer, Jack Engle, Har- ,old Girsberger, EMon Hogan, Elmer Ottosen, Lol,a I-Iagan Don loelaich, Glenn Powell, Bert Welman and $oy Will- iams. Custod'mn Allen Flaig also serves as a bus driver. Sptember experience teach- ers who will be observing in, Liberty school district are: Karen Verick and Steve De- TilRon from WSU, Carl Schmitz and Mrs. Delores Hein from Whitworth, Lois John- son, Dorothy Birley, Christine Cheate, Donna Hegst,ad, Rosa- lie Zehm, Mrs. Esther Toepke, Karen BLauert, Mrs. Diane Haxp, and Mrs. Janioe Green and LaVonne Urban from EW- SC. Leading businessmen in ar- eas of indus?xy support the Bayroll Savings Plan. It helps their employees help them- selves and their country with U. S. Savings Bonds. Great newsl Nb00 .you can buy msurancefrom your favorite local fire and casualty agents, What are we doing selling life insurance? It's as simple as this: we figure if we do, both of us will galn. We, from the increased business, you, because now you*ll be able to fill all your insurance needs by dealing with one agent. Is that good? Sure it is. When yeu dca with one agent who knows you, he can usually better advise you as your insurance needs change, You gln onvenience, too. And often, you save cash. If you need llfe insurance -- or any other  --- give Us a call. We'll be happy to discu all your insurance needs. Any time. Ued Pac B Insurance Comtny IIIflllllR 1HIITU P$IIII IlqSUItARgg SROUP ED DOTEN INSURANCE 424 FIRST, CHENEY CLAUSEN & GEM:MILL 702 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane 1. Wash. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION No. 179190 In the Superior Court of the State of Washirgton in and for the County of Spokane. JEANNE EACH, Plaintiff vs, COLLINS VEACH, Defendant. The State of *Washington to Collins Veach, Defendant wbove named. You are hereby summoned to appear withir sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this Summons, to-wit, within sixty days after the 27th day of August, 1965 and defend the above-entitled actior in the above-entitled Oourt, and answer the Complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your ans- wer upon the undersigned attorneys for plaintiff at their office at the add- tess below stated ; in case of your failure so to do, judgmert will be ren- dered against you according to the de- mand of the Complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of the above* entitled Court. This is an action for divorce,. Plair tiff prays she be grnted a divorce from the defendar*t on the gunds that the parties have lived separate and apart for a period of more thar five consec- utive years, plaintiff also prays for custody of the minor child of the par- ties and that all property in her Dos- session be declared her sole property. Clausen & Gemmill Attorneys for Plaintiff By: Kenneth E. Gemmill Office and Poet Office Address: Clausen & Gemmill 702 Fidelity Building Spokane, Washington, 99201 (Aug. 27-Oct. 2) Pet. Leslie E. Dare arrived home Aug. 15 on a 30-day fur- ough and is now at the ,home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dare. Lt. Harold E. Hedge has been decorated with the Air Medal in "recognition of cmr- ageous service to ,his co, bat organization, his felov,, Amer- ican airmen. ,his country, his home and to you." He was cited for merRorious achieve- ment While partieipaCAng in aerial fighting in the Pacific are. Sgt. Mel Sammons arrived in Miami, FLa., Sun6ay from Italy. Sgt. Glen Conley let for Mather Field, C'a:Rf., Sunday after being stioned for the past year at Ft. rge Wright. Mxs. ConVey and dau'g, hter J,a,n, will live at their home in Spokane. PRICES 20 YEARS AGO Pictsweet Pees N. 2 can 15c Darigold Milk, 4 cans .... 45 Sweet Corn, 6 ears ............ 25 Potatoes, 5 Ibs ................. 21 Kellogg's Pep .................... 10 TODAY'S PRICES Triple-T, e45 c tasty trireme4 beef shldr, cuts Any thickness lb. Triple-T boneless shoulder Roasts, lb. 79( Washin,gton Russets Potatoes, 20 ibs. 69 Keep 'em in freezer ,at rids rc e. EEN Peppers, doz, 59 Hilt'de Fanily Style, 29 oz. Peaches. 4 for 1.1)0 Gallon Jug CIorox Bleach 46 All Flaors -- 46 oz. Hi-C Drinks 4/$1.00 Bck to Sdmol SpedIs Reg. 39c  Ruled Big Tablet .... t9 I Rvg. 69c -- Big 200 Tlping Paper.. 39 I Reg. 69c, wide ruled, 200 count Filler Paper .. 39 Reg. 69c, College rule 200 Filler Paper .. 39 Cornish-- 1 bs. , Game Hens... 79