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Pa00e8 00eoey e Paradise Prairie Toni Pugh Ends Tour of Continent; Marshall News Now Visiting in Egypt and Holy Land ....o. , ,&apos;tCHURCH NEWS Sitting in my medieval tower somewhere in ProvinciaaJ Te ill - a ....... neF W De lvleet J.1T. France. On our way to Nzce and hotel rooms someBat scarce and Mrs Landrus" nht at tb. we flrally came upon a hotel at he Sl4e ,of tile road, parctmally I Glen'ora Community church on. nmed Hotel Lavender since the hillside back of it was covered I Sept 12 at 7"30 p'. m ery- with ravender in bloom and the air heavy the scen00 of it one urged t; While Maria was checking to tailed informationr, ,ncncerningincf see if they had rooms for us, I idly gazed at some buildings higher upon the hiNside think- in!g they were probably ruins. He came back to the car grin- ning--saying tlat the hotel was full but he could put us up in the annex, whatever Chat was. So we followed the land- lady up a gravelled path, pas,t tumbling farm buildings to the ruins I had observed which was the annex! Pleasantly Surprised time. I asked them if they felt]the event, contact your r6por- ..any resentment by the ,natives ]te.r, Lana Evans at "RI 7-4936 and they said emlaBatically no. [ The Gtenara Community TBat they were very courteous- [ church will start a Young ly treated, that in fact the pea- ] Peoples' " zrouD SeD,t 19 a ple seemed glad they were[t p. m. at the church, with a here, which brings me agNnlcombiaation, of education and o remark that no Where yet have I observed any demon- strations, riendliness, or. lack of courtesy float the American papers conantly mention. Everyone that I have visited with seemed pleased when they heard that I was recreation. Anyone between the ages of 10 and 20 witl be welcome to ear011. Yur re- porter will be happy to give you additional information iregardiag the new group. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Landrus have been using the Ite,na- Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 1112 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY No. 76792 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingtor* in and for the County of Spokane In the Matter of the Guardianship of MARGARET T. COLINGItAM, Detent. Notice is hereby give* that Seatt-e First National Bank, Spokane and East- ern Branch, Gardian of the Estate of Margaret T. Colingham, ar incompetent person, will sell at private sale and for cash the following described real es- tate. Lot 11, Block 1, Spokane College Addition, known as West 1418 Jack- son, Spokane, Wshigton, to the high- est and best bidder. Bids must be sub- mitted in writing and may be left with the said Guardian at hls attorney*s of- fice at 912 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Washington, 99201. Bids will be receiv- ed until September 24th, 1965. Tbe said Guardian reserves the right to reject any and all bids. I Seattle-First Ntional Bank, Spokarm and Eastern Branch, Guardian of the E.-tate of Margaret T. Colingham, lcompetent. By. W. B. Brown, Trust Officer (Aug. 27-Sept 3) McKEVITT. SNYDER & THOMAS 711 O. N. Bank. Bldg.. pekane NOTICE TO CREDITORS But here we were pleasantly surprised. Inside the floors were t'flod, heavy iron door- latches and my bed is,a :Buge carved walnut piece that .an antique dealer would go into raptures over Then nder the stars, to the singing of crickets we strolled American. and very interested in how I liked their country Heavy Rains in Switzerland We had our first heavy rain in Switzerland but durin,g the night, the weather leared anal Sunday in Geneva was perfect. One certainly feels the inter- n atioM atmosphere No. 79596 tmnal Unorm Sunday sghool In the Superior Court of the State of [awno i 4,1i- .l.l 4. A., ]Washington in and for the County of dealing with the different "i die Matter at the Estate of , ^c '.-:.:_  ..... t. I DANIEL J. RIORDAN deceased phzse m n.:an .wtn. I Notice is hereby given that the uder- ext bunaay, Jvlr. Lazarus [ signed has been a pointcd Executrix xrill ,lz  Tiara.4 ..... ,1 [of the above estate in this Court, and .,'" . e'*. u...;..-Y *]has qualified accordingly, and that all Freedom m wnrtst, taken 1 from &ataoqs V. The Sunday MARSHALL CHURCH NEWS iSelmoI lesson : will be "Pres- persons having claims against said de- ceased, are required to serve claims, duly verified with necessary vouchers upon the undersigned at 424 East Sharp, Spokane, Washing- tar*, or upon MeKevitt, Snyder and Thomas, the attorr, eys of record at their office at 711 Old Nat'l Bank Building, Spokane, WasNington, and file such claim, with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washir:gtor, within six mond, hs after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred Date of tbe first publication of this notice is 27th day of August. 1965. Ellen Riordan Executrix of the above estate. McKeviit, Snyder & Thomas, Attys. 711 Old National Bank Bldg. Spokane, Wtushington 99201 (Aug. 27-Sept. 10) NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION "Inland Power & Light Co. has filed with the Federal Government a Com- pliance Assurance it* which it assures the Rural Electrification Administra- tion that it will comply fully with all requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 an<l the Rules and Regulations of the Department of Ag- riculture issued thereuPder, to the end that ro person in the United States shall, on the ground of race. color, or nati(mal origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the bene- fits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination i the conduct of its pro- grm and the oporation of its facilities. Under this A.surance, this organiza- tio is committed not to discriminate against ay person on the ground of race, color or national origin in its policies and practices relating to ap- plicatimxu for service (>r any other pol- icies and practices relating to treatment of beneficiaries and participators in- (luding rates, conditions an:l extension of service, use of any of its facilities, attendance t and participatic in any meetings of beneficiaries acl t,artici- pants or the exercise of any rights of such beneficiaries and participants iw the conduct of tbe operations of this HIGHLIGHTS, FROM AIRWAY HElL By Valerie Smith Communily Park Site Geh Approval A community park and 'playground at A'irway Heights, t which was just a plan o,n a 10' I veer projectile program a month ago, will soon become a reality. The first ste,0, preparing a plan and submitting it to the Federal Recreation Bard f0T approval and funds was ac- complished by the council ear- ly i,n August. At a special meetin,g called Monday evening, the council agreed to progress with step 2, acquisition of a site anti voted to purcha,se seven and one-half acres north of Sun se scBool from Carl M. Lund- strum for the city park. Mayor Ralph E. Nolte said initial landscaping will be do- nated labor aad materials will probably get underway as soon as the trans,action is cmn- pleted. tures of bears. The L. L. Harrison has returned to home at Airway rison, who ha,s the service, was Wright Patterson Base in Ohio. SQUARE WHEELER Mr. and Mrs. Bol blay and children, David, are friends at Boise. They go on to Yellowstone do some square route. Recently they , members of the s( ers. LEAGUE BOWLING League bowling get underway at Ba Io,b Ericks'on said still openings in women's and mixed LICKIN' GOOD George Stcen's sition at the B Drive super ice cream to the restaurant for  most delicious supper. Opera In Salzburg I wonder if there are hoss lingering in these halls, vthieh takes me back a week to the opera in Salzburg--the prem- ier of Macbeth for this sum- met vhiCh was a tremendous 'performance -- a,d if " rty ghost4ike Ianquo s slzould ap- pear I would be 'most over. ceme. Au,stria and Germany were  beautiftd, reminding me of the coast-Seattle ,and Tacoma. We visi, ted a friend in Stutt- gart arm took side trips to dif- ferent areas including }teidel. berg. Stuttgar Modern Town Stuttgart was .one f the most modern ,appearing towns we bad been in due to the fact that so much was destroyed during the war and as now re- placed with bulidirgs of very modern design. In Munich I had a chat with two American GI's, who have been stati, ane,d there for some and the city in its beauty alone invites tourists ., , Driving from Geneva to where we are now, in tBe mountains before coming-to the Riviera, was through coun- try that reminded me mu'ch f home---Mountains in the background, wheatields, d,ry areas with sagebrush. But tBen we came to a huge outca'o pin, g o rock--one . ,of" the .wierdest formations Ice ever seen, with an ermrmous walled castle perched <m top. We, passed many fields of lavender before coming to our hotel and roadside stands sell- ing lavender perfume and col- ogne. What a surprise to gind in the Alps---a perfume dis- tillery! We, ,also saw the road that Napoleon took through the Alpsmarked by signs "Authentic Route." Will Visit Holy Lands Tomorrow we arrive i,n Nice where we wil,1 stay the rest of the week then Maria and his mother leave for Chile and I for Egypt and Jerusalem. Hi-C Drinks, 46 oz... 3/94( Hillsdale Peaches, 2t .. 2/54 Yes, Madam Pears, 2t .... 219100 Watermelon ......... lb. 5( Maple Leaf Grocery MR. AND MRS. A. D. MeKINNON ON HIGHWAY 10. TE 8-1223 -- ACROSS FROM GEIGER FIELD o i suves fm Wi;thout," with clas- ses fi:om 10:30-11:30 divided into eMren's and adults' clas- ses. Church services ea,ch Sun- day .are from 11:30-12:00. A Sunday school convention will be ,held Sept. 13 and 14 at the First Baptist church in Spokane, for all ages. It is in- ter-denominational, and every- one is welcome to attend. To 'enroll you may call the church at RI 7-1185. Amon,g the many interesting speakers scheduled will he the Rev. Al Woolen of Port- land, president of the Sunda scBool as'n, Mr. Louis Rdg- ors from California, Mr. Arnie Fosse of Porttand Bibte clubs under Union Gospel iMssivn, Mr. Don, Anderson of Belling- Bam, Mr. Chester Larsen og Oa,liforn,ia, Mrs. Abram Dyck of Washington. There is an ex- pectant enrollment exceeding 700. GRANGE NEWS The Paradise grange will h.01d a card party at their ha:l,1 Saturday even,my at 8:30. Aug. 28. 4-H CLUB NEWS Mr. Ed Carlson reports that the hare for the fair booth for the Prairie Praneel;s 4-H Horse club is nearly completed. F PERSONAL NEWS The Rev. anff-Mr, Rielrd Larhear are leang Monday for a two week. :: vacaUon in IdaBo and M'onalta. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swanson called on Mrs. Rupp last week. Mrs. Rupp is .an alert 95 years young. Mr. and Mrs. Roy DMton en- tertained at cards and buffet Saturday evening. Amo_g tlrose atending were the Earl Robbers of Spangle, .and tl L. K. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Arndt have returned from a trip to Nevada, Arizona and Oalifra'- nia. Record-breaking '65 Ford Clearance Sale ends soon ! Only a short time left for the year's savingest prices on the sellingest Fords in history! Record.breaking savings now on all '65 Fords in stock. Sedans, hardtops, convertibles, wagons --your choice. Sixes and V-8's. Come and get 'era at the year's lowest prices. First come, first served--while they last! Sere on  Falcon Future Hardtop Testa.and invest.. in the best! See your FORD R RATCLIFFE COMPANY 402 Second Street Phone 235-6238, Cheney, Wash. vrganizatiom Bible camp was held last "Any person who believes himself, or l week at Eastern Washingt0,n any specific class of individuals, to be I Bill, C',m, * ilxr'. 1,,lr subjected by this organization to dis- ........ 1" ;L ,..,x*vx.,.,. .,,.r.... crimination prohibited by Title VI of l There weer almost 80 present, the Act and the Rules and Rezulatmns I Mr ..a M.pc I.runll l)lTr,rl ft issued thereunder may, LS himself or I *' ,o..-,,,, ,, vx. *l a representative, f le with the Secre- were m charge of the I tary of Agriculture. the Rural Elec-I V'Oth fn" C%h-]e wnlnr n,-n I trification Administration or this orgar,- ! -- --'"  "** '''*'**"' l"z'u" I ization, or all a written complaint. gram The Roy. Ross of Che- Identity of complainants will be kept nov Onclmuni#xr Oh,-o,h *,ne I cor*fidential except to tbe extent neces- . -, ' , . -d ,-*,* " I sary to carry out the purposes of the me morning speaker and the Rules and Regulations." Roy. Lanp,hea,r was the a,fter- (Aug. 27, 1965) noonspeaker. Miss Diane Dalton entertain- ed as huse guests two of her former cl, assmates from col- lege last year at CWSC. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Prokop of Yakima were weekend guests of the Eugene Adams family. Sunday callers were the Del Cales of Colville. Mr. and Mrs. George Podtras spent the week in Seattle to attend the funeral of Mr. Poi- tras' aunt Their son, Mike, is visiting them, and he will be returning to Montesano soon to te,ach in the ju,nior high school. Jim WaseRm11er returned last weekend from California where he ws a guest of his cousin, Jerry M, arsa in San Ber- nadmo. Beore ,his return lome, he also visited in Tia- jtlama, Mexico. Don Smith has taken up liP: ing qua,rters at Upper Colum- Bia Acade, in Spangle, where he wi'll be a junior this year. Don ,has attended Cheney high t " . . To Convene Sept. 3 The Chen ey congregation, f Jehovah's Witnesses are mak- ing prelimin, ary plans to at- tend a thi'ee-day training pro gram, Sept. 3-5, in Reardan. Everett Story, presiding minister of the group, will be music director at the conven- tion. He will conduct an or- chestra composed of about 15 volunteer musicians. Story will also speak on "Praising God as His Servant," on Satur- 6ay afternoon. League Bowling #1.45 Including tax "  :. Opening For Men, Women Mixed League .ob or Winnie Bagdad Bowl irway Heights CH 4-3649 a28-s3 SCHOOL OPENS SEPT. 8 School children are count- ing ,the last few days of vaca- tion with regret as they are be- ing fitted with new shoes, dresses, sh, irts, etc. Sunset seBool will open Wednesday, Sept. 8 and bus route and time on opening day will be the same as last spring. Registra- tion began Tuesday and will continue to Sept. 7. NEWS BRIEFS Sandra and Billie Jean Hein- richs spent two weeks at Sal- mon, Idaho and touring Mon- tana witB their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jule Wells. .Mrs. Omer Hebe and Mrs. Sue Franks entertained Mon- day evening with a joint fash- ion show and cosmetics pro- ducts party. A surprise baby shower for :Mrs. Howard Yates and infant son, Adrian, was given Tues- day evening by Mary. Griffin. Guests were n.e,igRbors and close friends of Mrs. Yates. 'Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Smith and daughter, Roxanne and her friend, Jeannie Pfitzer, are vacationing at upper Priest lake this week. Smith, h.o Bas taken numerous pictures of wild life in Idaho, Montana av, d Canada, spent the week- end ,a upper Priest taking pie- produces a delicious about 20 flavors. The, set say it is not but mighty good Sin( Special _ ' In The Sunday, 11:30 a. m. 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