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Page 4 Cheney Free Press Friday, Augusfc 28. 1964 MARRIED RECENTLY--Miss Donna Emtman and Mr. Glenn Albertson were recently married at the Fairchild A.F.B. chapel. Chaplain Joseph Forbest performed the ceremony. Miss Emt- man is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Emtman of Cheney, and Mr. Albertson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Albertson of Oklahom City, Okl&apos;a. They are making their home in Spo- kane. Father Honored At Family Reunion Held By Carl Hairs Mr,. and Mrs. Carl Hmr aml Patricia entertained w i t h a fany reuron axtd patio pic- nic on Suay at their hme in ,honor of :his father, Hair, from Seattle. Others present w e r e Mr. Mr. Hair's children and grand- children, MAss Mabel H a i r, Seattle; Mr. *and Mrs. Nathan Ialr, and ctRtdren, Spokane Valley; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Punkett, Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. lln S.midt ad child- ren, Coeur d'Alene; Mr. and Mrs. Kmleth Iar ad child- ten, Mr. and Mrs. ,mald Hair and daughter, Mrs. Btty Bern- ham .and chi'l 4ven, all of Spo- kane; Mrs. Ellen Stayer and son, Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Combs, Smmyside; Mr. and Mrs. John Huguenin, Col- viHe; brother, Cecil I-LMv, and wife, from Verle, and Mr. and Mrs. Gone Hair aml chd- ren, Veradle, azd R o b e r t IIa, Seattle, son of the Carl IIais. Fifty were present for the day. arry Iar, Who is 85, is a former resident of Cheney and was employed in the flour mill ,here for many years. Hubbells To Mark Golden Anniversary With Open House Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Hubbell wilti be honored ,on their 50th wedd'mg anniversary with an 0oen house at Cheney's City Hall Sept. 6. All frien&s and rdaives are i.nvited to the even, t, to be held between 12 noon and 5 p,m. No gifts are asked. BUNKERS ENTERTAIN Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bunker entertained t dinner Satur- day evening for Mr. and Mrs. J'a'ck Bear, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Betz and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brho, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Frost and Jolm and Mr. ,atd Mrs. JOhn Heiydt. NEW COACH BUYS HOME Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hatch sad three children ,have pur- chased the Melvie ,lmu,e on 124 North l,ffth street ik)vmer- ly  by W Geschke. Htoh "m the new  school football coach GUEST OF GRANDPARENTS Dean GifRug Qf Spoka spet-sev days  week with his gra, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hoilteday. CHURCH NEWS COMMUNITY Michelle Dawn Ross, daugh- ter of Roy. and Mrs: Gone Ross, was dedicated at the Cheney Community church last Sun- day morning by ler grand- fa,her, the Rev. Ben Ne,. Others present "included Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ross, her grand- parents, and Mrs. SteRa FYee. nn, h e r great-grandmother, from St. John. Rev. Nelson was aNo speaker at morvAng ser- vices Rev. Nelson, St. Peteburg, Fla., has been visiting Rev. and i Mrs. loss the past week. He is the father of Ms. Ross. CHRISTIAN Womens Fellowship of Christian c h u r e h e s held a hmeheon meeting in Spo Thursday at the lme of Mrs. W. R. Baker. Mrs. Ed W" ,tttaugh- by, president of he 1 v c a 1 group, attended. The state di- rector, Mks:s Grace Hte, was guest speaker. The Christian churh Wo- men's Fetlowsl-Rp will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. with the president, Mrs. Ed Wfl.loghby, h>r missionary study. The bus- hess meeting wi,ll include p ,las arid appoments for he an- m,al chicken dinner arid ba- zaar, sponsored by thia group in the Cheamy City H,a], Oct.1. LODGE NEWS Rebekah ledge will resume meetirgs Wednesday evening in he IOOF ,hll with a potluck dinner at 6:30 p.m. The busi- ness meetingg ,at 8 p.m. will be conducted by Mrs. Sial Lar- son, noble grand, who will pre- sen, t Mrs. Rena Gri.ffith with a 5(year rmeATl'bersip in. Heiydt s Entertain Scuba Divin00 Group With Breakfast Mr and Mrs. John Heiydt entertained at Sunday morn- ig hreaktast for a group of friends tha were girtg to Bead Lake for scuba diving ad picnicking. Mal0mg the trip were Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Btmker, Mr. and Mrs. W. E Betz, Peggy Sue, Jim and Franklin, Mr. ad Mrs Hary Bryceso Miss Br- baa Bxyeesan, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bear  Mr. and Mrs. Heiydt and Verna. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Khtt anti dugh- te joined the group in Spo- kane. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Everson and  sors oved o thdr new home m Yakinm week. Everson, v, Sto ms been a high school coeds here, will Mr. and Mrs. Jeary Joltms annotame the 'b4vth of e daugh- ter, born Aug. 19 ha Spokao_e: Sacred Heart Hosal. Mr. and rs. Wa]ne New- ldrk are parents of a son, in Deaconess I-Iospita, Spo- kaae, Aug. 19 -- be m the Yald'ma O0mm,ury i:  Colge in the same capadty. i ; / _'-" ') 11  ' Mr. andMrs. C. C. Carter and .  !} "llls0 spent a few days over the m m  f'  I weekend on vacation in Seat- law 1.m00le I lee, they vited w thl 111I IN I| | |WM| I, I a niece, Mrs. Jhn Grat and ---------  - family. A flay was spent at Seaside, Ore., and at Eprata, wlere they were guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Herman Klee. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Oker- strom and /dr. ,and Mrs. Ca,el ttedricks spent Last week on vacation in Canada, touring Baaff, Lake Louise, Vancou- ver, B.C. and Jasper Park, re- Skipping bxeakfast results in turng by way of Nels and decreased efficiency in the lae PentiOton, B.C, and the Col. mm, rg hours, rifle Valley. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. Verne Roe, a formex -'esidertt of Cheney who makes ,ler borne in Portland, is a uest this week of Mrs. D. G. ,erue and Mrs. Dick Roos. The ate MP. Rolfe was manager 3f the local Bank years ago. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alexan- :tc,r entertained Sunday guests her two sisters, Mrs. E. G. West an, d Mrs. E. C. Sno.dgrass, of Spokane. Cousins aecom- i:,anying them were Mr. and ),Ira. William Cook and Miss Virgie Mill, ,als'o o Spokane. Miss Margo Lisenbee of Che- nay played a piano program during the afternoon. C. C. Carter Jr. will return to Wentworth military school in Lexington, Mo., Sunday. A second year student, he has spent the summer here with his parants. Mr. and Mrs. Milo BI ac- companied their son, o Ball :Jr. and family on a vacation tr p to the cast the pa week, returning Tuesday. They pen time touring Aberdeen, Hoqu- am, the Pacific beches and C ops, where .they were darn- ! ruing. Titey went to Ocean MISS CHENEY AT CEREMONY---Miss Bonnie City and Long Beeh, e0minglGeschke (Miss Cheney) was one of 38 Inland back to Eerett, where they ,, Empire queens and pri.cesses that snipped were guests of ,a san; Dick B a 11, and then they picked blackberries. Mrs. Carl Rosenzweig, who lives at the Cheney Nursing Home, is being onored by members of the Rebekah lodge today, who wil present!her 35th membersh'q) pin. A brief cere- mony, in charge of Mrs. Ernest McMillan, will concl:ude with the presentation by Mrs. Sid Larson, noble grand. Members .re serving an anniversary cake to the patients and me,m-: bers attending. Roy. and Mrs. Jim Curch- went to te a,!r terminal to well will leave next week for meet Peg Conley, champ- Rifle, Colo., where he .has been ion golfer, and daughter of dolled as pastor of the Central the Dr. Conleys, vchen she re- Christian church. They have turned from Fl, orid:a tourna- spe the summer in Cheney ments. Peggy leaves for Wa,les vzith his parents, and the Bri'th isles 0 pt, ay F 1 o r a Davidson returned in the lntevntational tourna- l,ast week from a vi.t with her r.ients this weekend. sister, Mrs. R. E. Webster, in Mr. and Mrs. Harry Linda.h Spagfield, Ore. They were have returned hesse after a joined there by aaher sister, four month tour of fine western Mrs. C. N. Bosses, (pe Gir- and southern states. Going ardeu, Me., for a few days. along the Pacific Coast to Col- D. A. Davidson of Missouri fiesta and Mexico, then across spent two days here with his the southern states to Florida, sister, Flora Davidson. He was they spent some time sightsee- accompanied by his daughter and a grandson. They toured Yellowstone Park and fine Graad Tet ons em'ou to Che- hey. They left for Seattle and came along the Pacific coast for the rteu trip.: ,i Mr. rtd Mrs, 1 ]1 tme$, ho' have made ' Cefi.ey flaeir lome for three year .while attending EWSC, left this week for Port Orchard, where both will teach there, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rud0ph entertained as house guests fine daughVer, Mrs. Robert Doran and fami'ly, Deit Mich., the past week. A son Kermit Rudolf ad family, !Spokane were dinner guests la.st week. Mr. and Mrs Joe Je'ue en- t.rained s guests 1,ast week .her sister, Mrs. H. W. Gra,ham and family, Sacrameno, Cf. VChile here they went to Coaa- lee Dam for a tour and picnic ,a the new recreation area there and to Parks Lakes and the Columbia Basin. Dr. and Mrs. George Robert- son and children are spending their vacation in Canada, vist- in,g .his relatives and touring the n, ational parks. Mrs. Del Walker, from Palo lparty Friday evning for Mr. Alto, Calif., spent the past I and Mrs. Sam Brae,ten, Mr. and week with her mother, Mrs. IMrs. Walter Rupp and Mr. and R. D. Newton, when she ] Mrs. Paul Delebarre. brought l mr mother to the[ Mrs. /larry Holmes was Cheney Nursin, g Home. Mrs. I guest of honor on her birthday W,ker called on old friends]Friday with her two sons, Mfl- before leaving this week for lard Holmes, Colbert, and Nor- home. pal Holmes, Cheney, for a GEORGE R 726 Hutton Bldg., Spokane, NOTICE OF SETTL'dENT No. 76509 In the Superior Court of the StSt Washington in and for the pokane. In tbo M,qtter of ho Estate ARTHUR W. BI,ACKWELL, .-,talc t)f \\;Vashin:lon, (o.nty k: i(,. as. No|ice is berby given that Blackwell, the e.xecutor of the estate bus rendered and settlement to, ad filed in the tar Court ef Spokane County, Wadfin'ton' his Fin,al Account Executor and a petition sllibtztiOll of ;lid e:ta!e in '(,art is a.-ked t,, s,:tti< :ai,I estate, ii})ite tile lr,)l*!t'y 1(I the heirs ,n, en'itled t the san)o, :n,d di the said executor, and that the 25th day of September, 1964, hour of 10:00 o'clock a. Court room of our said Superi in the City of Spokane, l-fl(;ne Counly, ha tmvu duly :,r the hearin ai!,i sctilcment of 'inal Account and l'-tili,n for rihuticw, at xhi,'h time and place erson iterested in sa)J estate qH)ear and file his exeptions in rg tl/ereto anrl contest the Dated this 24th day of George i'L lCaliquist County Cierk of the uperiar Court By R. D. Tucker, Deputy. (Aug 28-Sept 11) Hamblen, Gilbert & 91 t'aulen Bldg., Spokane. SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No 175442 In the Superior Court ef the Dr. :and Mrs Kenneth Hos- sm .arat their rchidrel left last week to spend a year a Cuerrmwea, Mexico, where he 1 study political science the interchange of proessors program. Mrs. Hossom expects to attend classes, En route they are t0qlriing Oregon, Cli- larva, Plmenix, Ariz, NoWales and MeN(x) City They were guests of Dr. Hosom's briber, Dr. Lynn I0ssoan, i n L o n g Beech, C., a few days last ,eek. TheT trove .rented their home m Cheney and dosed their Williams Lake summer home white away. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. '- man entertained as guests last week their daughter, .M. Dick Re.fro anti family from Eure- ka, C,lif The RerJras were on a tour to Canada, Ban@f, Van- and Victoria, B.C., and along he Pacific cst. Mr and ts. Ie Brooks ad two children, Bakersfield, Calf, who have been guests of her paretats, Mr: aRd M. Mark Ratcliffe, let for their home Stmday. Mr. and Mrs. ]mev ImRen eertained wth a fanly din- ner last week for llr. and ls. Boyve Mx (Cal Luiten),.i IIuntrffi, e, Alia. Others p reserA were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luiten and Mr. and Mrs.. Earl Luiten of Ritzville; Mr. ad Mrs. Charles Kittel anti elldren Brewster; Mrs. Karl Kaxtdwigl and children, Paso; Mr. md Mrs. Everett Luiten d dinah- : : Washington in and for the Spokane. -   =<"  -- METROPOLITAN LIFE the young ladies participating were Candee COMPANY, a corporation, Ann Brazier, Miss Bonners Ferry; Miss Gesch- RAYMOND K. OWEN and T. OWEN, husband and wife, ke (center) and Miss Carla Bean, Miss Che- E BROWN and NORMA J. ribbon at the official opening of the new welah. Following the ceremony the girls and I husband and wife, a:t WILLIAMS and BARBARA LIAMS, husband and wife, l $41/2 million Lincoln Savings building in Spo- their chaperones were luncheon guests of[ Harley E. Brown and Norma J. kane August 17. The ribbon of 102 $5 bills R.A. Lindsay, Lincoln's chairman of the I state of Washington to the l was shared by the roymty present. Among board, and D. P. Lindsay, president, husband and wife. You are hereby summoned to .........  in the above-entitled Court ith (60) days after the date of t: tcr, Seattle. The Mix family were guests of Rev. and Mrs. lP ublication of this SummonS. left Friday fr their home in Mayo at Chehalis and Rev. and I?_ "z Fa?ln mdg.. Skane. Wsb.I within sixty (60) days after t day f August, 1964, and defend t] Alabama aiter visiting her par- Mrs. Jim Johnson a,t Tacoma, NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE e ti ed action ir the above ents here and his parents in also visiting the state capitol I In the Supeio: "0t of the State plaintiffCourt' andand ..... serveer theaComplaincopy ' Kell0gg, it jab0. at Oympia. A few days were of Washington in and for the County plaintiffanswer Onatthetheirundersignedpost officeattradd Mrs. H. N Stronach and Mrs. spent in Seattle for a fa,mily l efinSPthane'Matter of the Estate of low stated, and in case of your Jean Ga, rdner were Sunday reunion with Dittan's mother FRANCES E. LINDSEY, deceased so to do, judgment will be .,,.ri,.a adeStS of a d'au'hter hen fo-'r r .-..;,+ ........ A State of Wasnington tounty at bpo- against you according to the ,!.,l',,;g e' : ' , . u t ***b ot,.'*o wu'.t: kane--as of the Complaint, which has t Mrs. Glen Cnley (Barbara present, and all took the b0at Notice is hereby given that Herschel with the Clerk of said Court.   . , , D Lindsey, the Administrator of the This action is commenced Stronaeh) and family. They t Victoria for a tour. En route above estate has rendered and presented plaintiff to foreclose a ing here. From there o Kan- sas and the mid western states, they visited with rel- atives en ]oute home. Mrs. Harry Iffoimes returned last week after spe2ding a inonh in the: Seattle rea as a guest of hdr brother, Dwi,ght Rh,0ads, anda :niece, Mrs. Ho- mer Mann. '.She also visited her son, Marlin Hohnes, at Kalispell, Mont., this summer. Mr. and Mrs. John Banks entertained ,as Sunday evemng guests her sister, Mrs. Harold LangIand and husband of Spo- :kane Valley. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Bart- lett for Sunday luncheon. Bob Bartlett returned home over the weekend from Wau- condo, Wash., where he spent the summer working for an ucle, Lee Banks. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Svens entertained as F, riay evening guests Mrs. Will'am Newsom and Mr. and Mrs..J.W. Hedge. Saturday evening guests were !Mr. and M.rs. John Bnks. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Besbac.h spent the past week at St. Nar- tins mineral springs in south- ern Washington. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jones entertained with a dinner dinner party. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower entertained a s a weekend house guest their granddaugh- ter, Lori Jensen, of Spokane. Mrs. Robert Jonson cae for Lor on Monday after spending the weekend at Coulee I)an. Mr. ad Mrs. Chris Btz en- tertained as Monday guests Mrs. Robert Sxkie and lrs. M. Robertson from Pullman. Their house guests Tuesd to Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beaumont, Tacoma. A din- ner party on Wednesday was given in t hpnm'. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. R O. EII, Spokane; Mrs. Jeame Rogea% Anehora, A/aska, Herbert Jovd., Seattle, azd Mrs. George FAlls, Spokane. W h i 1 e here he Beammts were enter at dirmer and a.n evening :m .befe returnirtg lome' m,tay. Mr. and Mrs Adrew Gray, Arsia, CaKf., .were qmets of his sister, Mrs. Fred Rasen- zweig, and of is mother, Mrs. Loui Gray, in Newpm't last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jom Diton returned Saturday from a twv- week vacation i Oregon and atong the Pacific co,st. They visited a sistrr-in-law, Mrs. Betty Dittos, t Hermiston, Ore., and their daughter-in4aw, Mrs. Lero- Ditton, at the home of Mrs. J. Ferguso at The Dallas and then journeyed n Lake beach for a few days. Going uo te coast they home they were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Lyle Moveh,ouse, at Renton, and school friends Friday in Y, akima. Mr. and Mrs. lloyd Cook entertained as Sunday guests Mrs. Hat)an Smelser of Wenat- chee and her san, Kenneth Smelzer, of Indiana. T h e i r house guest this week is Miss B o n n i e Vei'hmann, Poulson Mont. CHENEY HOT LUNCH-- August 31--Weiners it, blan-, ket, stuffed celery, g r e e n beans, extra hot tel'l, water- melon. Sept. 1--Meat loaf with catsup, hipped p o t a t o e s, s.ced tomatoes and cucun- bexs, coffeecake, p u d d i n g. Sept:2--Pizza, cabbage wedge, frmt cup, tokie. Sept.3--Veg- etabl'e-beef stew, tomato and cottage cheese sahd, ,grapes, baking powder biscuit, ice- ream. Sept. 4---Spaqheti with tmato-eheese sauce, g r e e n peas, tossed salad, peanut but- ter sandwich, sliced peaches. I Re-Elect JOHN L. COONEY for settiement to, and filed in, the Su/)erior Court of Spokane County, State ,..f Washington his Final Account as such I and a petition for the distribution efl said estate, ir which the Court is asked to settle said Estate, distribute the prop- erty to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and discharge the said admin- i istrator, and that Tueeday, the 22nd day of September, 1964, at the hour of 4:00 o'clock p. m., at the Court room of our said Superior Court. in the City of Spokane, in said Spokane Cour#ty, has been duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final Accouv*t and Petition for Distribution, at which time and place any person irterested in said estate may appear and file bis exceptions i writing thereto and con- test the ame. Dated this 26th day of August, 1964. Gee. E. Fallquist County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. By Patrick K. Shien, deputy Gee. W. Young Attorney for Estate 501-02 Paulsen Building Spokane, Washington 99201 (Aug 28-Sept 11) CLYDE H. BELKNAP 917 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS :No. 7779I In the Supcrior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of HOWARD JOSEPH MATTES, 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 deceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at Old :National Bank of Washington, Spokane, Washing- .' ton or upon Clyde H. Belknap the attor- ney of record at his office at 917 I Paulser 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 months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is Friday. August 28, 1964. Old :National Bank of Washington. Executor of the above estate. Clyde H. Be/knp Attorney 917 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Wash. (Aug 28-Sept 11) MORRISON & HUPPIN @04 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Waeh. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION :N. 175498 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in ar*d for the County f Spokane. SHERWOOD & ROBERTS-SPOKANE INC., Plaintiffs vs. HENRY L. VAUGHN arid GERALDINE A. VAUGHN, husband and wife, Defend* ants. State of Washington to: IIenry L. Vaughn end Geraldine A. 3Zaughn, hus- band and wife, deferdants. You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this Sum- mons, to-wlt: Withir sixty (60) days after the 28th day of August, 1964 and de- fend the above-entitled action in the above eritled Court, and answer the Complaint of the plaintiff, nnd serve a copy of your answer upon the under- signed attorney at his office below stated; and in case ef your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the Complairt, which bus been filed with the Clerk of said Court. STATE SENATOR [ Cooney's attendance record in seven sessions of the state purchase and sale of Lots eighteen (18) legislature is one of the very ' and nineteen (19) of Youngs Acre Tracts Spokane County, Washington. Morrison & Huppin best. By W. W. Morrison Attorney for Plaintiff Democrat Address : 604 Fidelity Building Spokane, Washingtor a7tf Date of first publication: 28th day of August, 1964. Aug 28-Oct 2) by the defendants and Carolyn, T. Owen dated 1956, in the sum of $8,650.0( eat thereon at the rate of num to the plaintiff, which 1 was thereafter on the 30th day ber, 1956, duly filed for office of the Auditor ef Wash. and recorded in Vol. gages, p. 287; that the by said mortgage is 20, Block 26, SECOND LIDGERWOOD PARK, plat recorded in Vol. 'T' of in the City of Spokane, Wash. It is the further action to foreclose Defendants right, title, lien, interest er to the premises above the right of redemption vided by statute ttamblen., Gilbert & Brooke, Attorneys for Plaintiff By Phillip .S. Brooke Postoffice Address : 912 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Washington (Aug 28-Oct 2) HENNESSEY, CURRAN & N. 812 Monroe, NOTICE OF FINAL DECREE OF :No. 169321 In the Superior Court of the WashingtOn 'in and for NORA A. LAVOIE, RAYMOND J. LAVOIE, To: Raymond J. Lavoi You are hereby notified that iff in the above-entitled action, Laveie, wiil on September 15," the hour of 2:00 p.m., apply Superior Court for Washington; at 1115 West kane, Washington, for Final Divorce against you. Dated at Spokane, 21st day of August, 1964. Ernest A. Ber, tley Attorney A. Lavoie. (Aug. 28, '64) J. GOLDEN SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington. County ka.--ss. By virtue of an Order of out of the Hon. Superior kane County on the 18th day 1964. by the Clerk thereof. of the Manbattan if f, versus Ervin Goodricb De fendart No.172118 and Sheriff, directed and Notic is hereby given, proceed to sell to the for cash, within the hours by law for Sheriff's Sales, ten o'clock a. m. on the October, 1964 at South Door, Spokane, in Spokane in the State of right, title and interest n.amed defendants in and W lowir, g described real The east half of lot 2, SOUTHEAST ADDITION PARK, according to plat volume A of plats, page City of Spokane, Washington,, beir, g more described as follows: That part of said lot 2 of a straight line drawn in the northwesterly line of to a point in the said lot 2 and equidistan side lines of said lot 2 To satisfy a judgment in Manhattan Savings Bank Ervin A. Gc,drich and Robert rich, husband arid wlfe $8,696.81 plus interest of $9,144.74. Total amount--Nina That the cause of action herein is for One Hundred Forty-Four the recovery of money based upon a doilars with interest at written listimg agreement concering the per annum from August date of sale. Irterest at fees and costs from AuguSt date of sale. And $691.75 and $73.80 costs and ALERT! Be home to answer your telephone and take advantage of this limited offer: Over $20 worth of car care for only $4.95. Lubrication, Wheel Balancing and "many othersermces, even Oil and Gasoline. Have your $20 value service card de- livered toyour home and receive a FREE Household Gift. All this for onl00 y $4.95 Loren Agee ' Loren's Richfield Cheney Given under my hand, this August. 1964. William J. Reilly Sheriff By Theresa J. Love Deputy J. Golden, Plaintiff's AttorneY. (Aug 28-Sept 18) DELLWo, RUDOLF & 1010 ONB Bidg,, Spokane, NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT 01 I No. '6495 n th Superior Court o Washington in' and for Spokane. In tha Matter of the CIER W. SHFPARD State of Wuhingto kane.---a Notlce is hereby givet ' Shepard, the above eetate, has presented for filed ha the kane, County. Final account as such a petition for the estate, in' which the Court settle said to the same and tratrix, and that of o'clock p. eald SuIa'ior kane, in oald duly fixed for of said Final Distribution. at any lrson irrestd in appear and file his ( thereto and contest the Dated this 21st day Geo. E. Fallqui, Clerk of the By J. R. (Aug 28-Sept When breakfast is your work output i:, %al reactions m'e muscnar fa "tie