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gle News By Virginia M. Strock MARK TOGETHER and Mrs. George Hutch- residents of Spangle for past 15 years, celebrated golden wectdg armiver- all open house hed in flower arden of Aug. 23. About 160 ,and friends came to .their respects to the cou- the park4ike setting. Hutchsons are mere- famines in the area .near Julietla, where many of their came from, as well as Moscov, Leiston and Mrs. Hutchinson for years cooked for sorar- at WSU, while her was ,an employee of Pacific lalroad retired several years ago. five af the children were attend the ffalr. Tey Howard (Jeweldine) P0; Mrs. A1- Olson, Los An- Edvcard (Iris) Allen,, Calif.; Mrs. Stan-  Waitman, San Ms- ,arid James Hutehin- attending were sever- and great GIRL BORN and Mrs. David lanrgiS lrerts of a baby girl, Jo. barn Aug. 20 at 'hospital. She 8 pounds and 8 oun- a 2-year,old bro- in the Mangis IE BAIRD HOME Baird is home olloav- :Week in the hospital. He uite well but expects surgery at a later MENTIONS Elise Elledge yeas a pat- 'at Deaconess ospital where she under- arid tests. She been taken to Lewis- Where she will undergo in the Lewiston los- ad where .she will be d:au,gtrter, Mrs. Ra,lph Shirlee Fuller arrd her son, Richard, have to the apartment o,cctpied by Mrs. Mrs. Fuller will in the West Libey Mrs. Htseby will RiChard vchi,le his is tearing. Gibson family from has moved irate the OWned by the HevTrmn ,have two child- school ge who berry I-h. meeting ef the Ladies Aid will meet Byers on Wednes. esther than at the home Janis Kal, due to the harvest. teen sperrt the week- rttrnhN Sun- Falls where In- is ow doirrg con- He Mso expects to over the La,bor Day Ed. Strock, Mrs. Ron Mrs. Gordon Cmbtree, Anne Smith attended ,at the lmme of Mrs. Clara Crane, Part2ard, Ore., arid Mrs. Bob DuCto, Outlook, W,ash. Mrs. BurrLs earlier had a trip to the coast where she hed visited her Children. John Knuth has been enjoy- ing three weeks af vaeati,on. Though they did not do much travelling, the Kn, uths enjoyed several fishing tps to nearby lakes and outings wth the John Knuth Jrs. Mrs. Hllda Jonnings, sister- in-law of Mrs. Fanny Jermings, died in Spokane last week ,after an illness af several weeks. Among survivars are her widawer, Hote Jeanings, a.rd Norton JenHinJgs, a neplmw. F0urLakes Lenard Mace FOUR LAKES FAIR REMINDER Don't forget the Four Lakes 4-H and Community Fair Sevt. 12 at the Four Lakes Gmge ltall from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be a potluck dinner at Tmen. Everyone is to bring either chicken and noodles or spaghetti as the main dish. Everyone in welcome to ex- hibit. SCHOOL IS TOURED Mrs. Alva Layten, Mrs. Joan: Biakely, Mrs. Ma:rcia Lee Mace land Mr. and Mrs. OrvilIe Phil- lipson went from Four Lakes ith the Cheney Sloo,1 Board and administrati, o staff to tour University High School in the Valley. CHURCH NEWS Starting Sept. 8 ,ad runng throu,gh Sept. 20, the Rev. Va.1 Cloud and his wife will con- duet tent revival meeting, s in Four Lakes. Aso he[,pir, g will be the Four Lakes pastor, Rev. Anderson. The tents will be heated in case ,of cold we,aher. There will be special music each 'night and graup sknging. HUB CLUB Hub Club met at the Four Lakes Town Hall at 10:30 a.m. Aug. 27. Present were Mrs. V. J. Klire, Mrs. Edna Lovell, rs. Essie Oalsyn, Ms. Jean Bar- rick, Mrs. CaroRue Oiver, Mrs. ! Marie Stande:rfer, Mrs. Marcia Mace, Mrs. Ruth I-Iai@ey and Mrs. Mary Dirks, the hostess. Anna Erfurth will be hostess far the September meeting. Marie Standerfer gave a dem- onstration ,on ribbon flower arrangements. Business dis- cu, ssed was the booth for the eemmuni'ty fair. They alo dis- cussed plats for a bazaar in the f,all. Pictures from the Hub Club picnic at the Stande.rfer cot- age an Deer Lake in Jy were dormted to the scrap book. RADON WINS AGAIN Kenny Raden, attended a Junior Olympics swim meet at Pseo last Saturday. He won first place in the 50 meter backstroke, third Flare in the 50 meter breaststroke and fifth phce in the 100 meter freestyl'e. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Earl Pendel was a hmcheon guest of Mrs. Silcocks on August 28. Mrs. Sitcocks was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spokane on Me.n- Pendell Saturday. Mr. arid M,s. Harold Pen- and Mrs. Bill Sehievhe, deil spent the weekend at Vdth other Ford dealers their cabin at Sa9heen Lake. area, attterded a path- Wednesday e venirg dirmer of dealers in Seattle guests of Mrs. Anna Evfurth weekend and viewed raodels for 1965. frost Monday wrote some crvls of string and the like though gar- spots were un- visitors at the home Cecilia Burns ,have two daugtters, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl De- Rusha arid Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Erfurth and Steve. Mrs. Herb Ardrews and three sons ,of Kent are spe.nd- ing a week with Mrs. Canning and Mrs. Moser Dinner guests f Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grub and family Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Grub o Salem, Mr. and Smith Jewelers FIRST ST. CHENEY REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FIFTH DIST. vo ol o REPUBLICAN AXS @| HORAN [] SAM COMMITTEE I Mrs. Hubert Schol.,er of Slo- k ane, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grub of Putlman Mrs. Agnes Ellery of Medical Lake anld Carl Grub of Medical Lake. Oallers  week a the Kirkpatrick h(me were . Crooks, Mrs. Erfurth, Mrs[ Maude Powell, Mrs. Brown and granddaughter, Larrra Brown, and Mrs. Hazel Powell. Mrs. Kirkpatmick visited Mr. Kirkpatrick t %he Sharon Arms nursanN home Su.nday. He was quite well. House guests of Mrs. Comer-, on recentiy were her dangh- ter, Mrs. Kitgare, Superiar, Wisc., and ber son, LePoy Pig- got, ,and .his family from Ap- pleton, Wisc. Saturday 'afternoon Mr. a,rd Mrs. R. W. Atkins a rrd faznily attended a family re,u, mon pic- mc at the C. D. Moan ey irome in Spokane. Friday evening visitors of the Boots Eariscos were Mr. and Mrs. Ra,lph @llbert and family of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hi,bson of Spokane were Sunday eve- ning dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grh, am. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kukuk and Don attended he FFA pi,enic at the Medical Lke High Scheme1 srop Suniday. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kukuk visited Mrs. Kukuk's mother at Espanola. They s,o visited ,an aunt ,and unl,e visiting from Calif ,qrnia. Terry P]riRi:pson, who was home from harest at Hatting- ton, spent the weekend at Met- aline Fails. Mr. and Mrs. Rictrard \\;ratgbn and Mary Lou and Laurie Arm spen the weekend at Evans, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Io.y Radon and family are visitirg from Carpin Teria, Cahf. Mr. and Mrs. Pl, oyd Honn of Benge anad family were Sat- urday evening guests of the Bartlesons. Jack Miller and family of Valley and Jim Duey and fam- ily of Pullman were Monday evening guests of the Bartle- son, s. David Lovel was a Thurs- day ,afteml,oon guest of Lenard and Sarah Kaye Mace. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mace e,nd Sarah Kaye were Saturday cvenin, g visitors f Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Larson. Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson and family we,re Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Larson aRd family. The occa- sion was Leslie Colyar's bh- day. Mrs. Del Stan derfer and children and Mrs. Harry Wat- son and children spent from Tuesday to Thurs@ay t Deer Lake last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wyn*stra attended the Alki Duey Sc,hool picnic at Nat Park. Henry Wynstra and Wells Worthington spe]t from Mon- day to Wednesday at Pen d Orielle Lake fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Anderson spent Monday with Mrs. Henry Wynstra. Mrs. W. J. Standerfer has been convalescing :at the home of her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. C,o,dy Stan- derfer, since her release fvom a Spokane hospital. She surf- feted fractured ribs and sh,o,ul- ders in a fail at her home. Mrs. Cody Staderfer and Mrs. Ross Halco,mb, Ameri'can Pals, Idaho, visited Mrs. Jim Wll, a,ce in Cheney last week. The tatter va,s a close gir[hood friend of Mrs. Ihleomb's aunt. In 1962 in the United States there were 444 cases af dip,h- theria, over 17,000 cases o,f whooping cough, and 322 cases of tetanus Dry Rangelands May Contribute To Plant Poisoning Dry ra'ngelands wi scant forage far gazing livestock could increase the danger of p l ant poisaning, Gilbert H. Heggemier, county exte:nsi, o agent, reminded stockmen tv- day. Hegge,meier said danger of plant poisoni'ng this ftll is greater them usual because of the dry season and lack f n,ormal forage plant growth. Joe B. Johnson, Washington State Universi, ty extension live- stock specialist, ,mdvise,s that amost all pois, on, ous Nants are un, palatable; li,vestock will eat them only when no other feed is available. There are some exeeFtions, however; a r r o w- grass, lupine and larkspur. Ben Roche, WSU extension we,ed specialist, advises that lupine and larkspur are cgm- attention in a year like tb2s OHe, the weed speciai points out. Cost Is High Since the cst of ridding the] rarge of poisoaons plants is hi g,h, eorsidering the large areas nvolved, Johason points out that management offers the best sa,fegtmrd against loss from plant poisoning. He suggests that rancher can safeguard their livestock to a degree t least, by thes management wacUces: Provide spple,me,ntal feed on closely grazed ranges. Move livestock slowly from one graz- ing area to an,other. If hurried, they tend to grab clumps of ordin, arily unpatatrable vlm,ts. LeT, to identify poisonous plaHts and keep livestock away from heavily inCested areas. Do not hurry hurgry animals orto infested .areas r trot salt in su,Ch areas. @raze ni.mals least suscep- tibie to poisonous phnts in a given area. Cattle, for instance are quite susceptible to hrk- spur. men through,out most of the Although smallpox vaecina- sta'te's range lands. Arrowgrass is con,fined mostly t,o wet mead- tion is required for ,admission ows. Areas where these phnts[to the first grade, parents are found in normlay danger-Ishould n, lot their children ous numbers based on pst reach schoolage it"hout his grazinlg losses warvan special protection. Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with All Standard 0il Produds 235-6378 AI Haskins Standard 0il Distributor CHENEY Fri,dy, Septenber 4, 1964 Directory FLOOR SANDING Floor sanding and finish. ing, 30 years expererme. Andy Anderson, E. 1409 Central, Spokane, HUdson 7-0171. Clip our for future refer- en, ce. A.7-0.30 City Dry Cleaners CLEANING PRESSING ALTERATIONS LAUNDRY SERVICE 322 FIRST 235-4732 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Hesf, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 2354410 EDGETT BROS. WHEAT GROWERS! Let Sprague Grange Supply help grow your crop with Shell NH3 Aqua-Sulphur Phosphates Call 3611, Sprague, Collect. a24tf Re-Elect W. L. (Bill) McCormick For no new taxes and no increase in present taxes For reduction of B. & O. Tax For Eastern Wash. share of new highways For continued support of complete and efficient school program at all levels. For continued support of Lakeland Village and Eastern State Hospital. For support of agricultural policies of Wash. State Grange YOUR PRESENT STATE REPRESENTATIVE Your Continued Suppod Will Be Appreciated Democrat MORE Wheat.... MORE Profit.... Wheat and plant at top had 60 Ibs. Phosphate, 80 Ibs. Nitrogen and 15 Ibs. sulphur per acre. Plant onbottom had 80 Ibs. Ni- trogen end 15 Ibs.Sulphur per acre. When Stauffer 8-27-0 Ammonium Phosphate Solution Is Used on Eroded Knobs and :Slopes IWhy The Difference. Forlnformation on Stauffer's 8-27-0 just contact your dealer. His know-how and equipment are at your service Because Phosphorous is the key to root devel- opment. Extended root growth gives more ef- ficient utilization of soil, water and nutrients. Phosphorous hastens maturity and promotes vigor in the plant, giving resistance to adverse weather--such as freezing and thawing, caus- ing heaving of soil and resulting winter killing of wheat that is so common during some Pa- louse country winters. (TAHgggD 7 CHEMICAL CO. o. I III CheneyFreePrees Page $ Richter, Wimberiey & Erlon 708 ONR Bldg., Spokana 1, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. '/7764 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In, the Matter of the :Estate. of BETTY PEDERSEN, deeeased. Notice is hereby ive, that the under- signed has bee appointed Executor of the above estate in this Curt and has qualified accordingly, and that all persbns having claims against said deceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchera. upon the undersigned at 708 Old National Bank Building, Spokane. Washington or upon Richter, Wimberley & Eriesor, the attorneys of record at their office at 708 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Washinwton, and file such claim, with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at the Cty 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 4th day of September. 1964. Arnold Pederser Executor of the abov. estate. Paul H. Richter, Attorney 708 Old National Ban& Building, Spokane, Washington (Sept. 4-18) Davis, Tresona. Chastek & Lorens 30? Fidelity Bldg., Spokane 1. Wsh. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. '/7838 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingto in and for the County of Spokane. I the Matter of the Estate of MARY I. SHORT, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed l]xecuto of the above estate in this court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persorm having elaims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims. duly verified, with necessary vouchers. upon the undersigned at 392 Fidelity Building. Spokane. Washington or upon Norman F. Trezon, the attorney of record at his office at 302 Fidelity Build- ing, Spokane, WasaMingto, 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 4th day of September, 1964. Richard E. Ellingwood Executor of the above estate. Davis, Trezona, Chastek & Lorenz By: Norman :F. Trezona Attorneys 302 Fidelity Bldg., Slmkane, Wasi. (Sept. 4-18) GEORGE R. NETHERCUTT 726 Hutton Bldg.. Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. '/7840 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingto in and for the Courty of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM S. SCHEE, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in this court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said de- eeased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at Spokane, Washington, or upon George R. Nethercutt, the attor- ney of record at his office at 726 Hutton Building, Spokane, Washington, and file such claim with proof of such service in, the office of the clerk of the above court in 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 4th day of September, 1964. Dorothy E. Schee Executrix of the above estate. George R. Nethercutt Attorney 726 Hutton Bldg.. Spokane, Wash. (Sept. 4-18) Randall, Danakin Lundin & Allison 1017 Pauisen Bldg., Spokane, Wseh. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington. County of SPO- kane.--s By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Ho. Superior Court of Spo- kane County, on the 26th day of August, 1964. by the Clerk there,)f, in the case of Lincoln First Federal Savings and Loan Association, a corporation plaintiff ver- sus Henry J. Gales and Helen Gales, husband and wife ; Henry Weitz and :Elsa Weitz, also known as Elsie Weitz, hus- band and wife; Elizabeth J. Weitz. also known as Betty Jean Weitz, an incom- petent; Lawrence Cary Smith as guard- iar of Elizabeth J. Weitz. also known as Betty Jean Weitz, an incompetent; James Walch; Conrad G. Walch; Mar- tha Walch; Husky Oil Co.. a corpora- tion; Patricia TMebes Plumb; Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Company. a corporation Northwestern Mutual Life Insuran,ce Compary, a corporation; and the United States of America, Defend- ants No. 173878, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. N)tice is hereby given' that I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. on the 9th day of Octo- ber, 1964 at South Courthouse door in Spokane County, in the State of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the above named defend. ant in and to the following described real property, to-wit: Lot Twenty-One (21) in Block Two (2) of Helstrom's Subdivision. No. 2 of Tracts 41 and East 320 Feet of 42, of Opportunity, County of Spokane, State 6f Washington, With all the reins, issues and profits therefrom, and all appurten.ances, fixtures, attach- merits, tenements, and hereditaments belonging or appertaining thereto, in- cludin all electrical, heating, cooling, ventilatin and plumbing fixtures and equipment, hot water tanks and heat- ers, oil burners, stokers, all awnings, door and window screens, window shades. linoleum on the floors, refrigeration and other house selwice equipment, and trees and shrubs and all substitutions and re- newals of the foregoing, all of which it was agreed was and should be a part of the real preperty subject to this mortgage. To satisfy a judgment in favor of Lincoln First Federal Savings and Loan Association, a corporation and against Henry J. Gales and Helen Gales, lmsband and wife, nnd each of them and the community composed of them, and against Henry Weitz, Amounting to Ten Thousand Six IIundred Ninety Two and 82/100 ($10,692.82) dollars with in- terest at 12 per cent per annum frorl October 15, 1963 and $1,000.00 attorney's fees and $80.80 including $26.00 for searchinw records, costs and increased costs, with interest on atty's fees and costs t t 6% per annum from August 26, 1964 sale. Given  under my hand, this 31st day of August, 1964. William J. Reiliy. Sheriff By Theresa J. Love Deputy F. B. Danskin, Plaintiff's Attorney (Sept. 4-25) DELLWO, RUDOLF & GRANT 1010 ONB Bldg., Spokane, ,Washington NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. ?6496 lu the Superior Court of the State of Washington inr and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of CHESTER W. SHEPARn, deceased State of Washington, County of Spo- Notice is hereby give, that Bernice M. Shepard, the administratrix of the above estate, has rendered arid presented for settlement to. ad filed in the Superior Court of Spo- kane, County, State of Washington her Final account as such Adminlstratrlx a1l a petition for the distribution of said estate, in' which the Court is asked to settle said estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to thd Same and discharge the said adminis- tratrix, and that Tuesday, the 22nd day of September, 1964, at the hour 0 4 o'clock p. m. at the Court rOOm of our said Superior Court, in the City of Spo- kane, in said Spokane County, has beezz duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final Account and Petition for Distribution, at which time and plec any person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and contest the same. Dated this 21st day of August, 1964. Geo. E. Faliquist, County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court, ]By ,}'. R. Deputy. 11)