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Page 6 I Friday, September 11, 1953 Cheney Free Press OES To Entertain Teachers and Wives O.E.S. lodge wlll hold its first meeting of the fall Monday eve- nlng, September 14, with Ellen Brown, worthy matron, and Ben Morgen, worthy patron, in the chairs. There will be a 6:30 potluck din- her preceding the meeting for the teachers and their wives of the Medical Lake school. At the lodge meeting there will be balloting, obligation ceremony aud memorial services. All Eastern Stars are asked to attend. Medical Lake News ! her guests at the A. L Pillard home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Doering and family spent a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monte MooTe. The children stayed 10 days and returned with their parents Monday to Prescott, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkes spent the weekend at Walls Walla vis- iting Mrs. Wilkes' mother, Mrs. Henrietta Numan. Mr. and Mrs. Yfalter Zook and family of Yakima spent Labor day at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Earl Swanson. Mrs. Mamie Parmeter is staying at the home of Mrs. Edith Wilkes. . " . Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ahlf spent PTA MEETS SEPT. 17 Ithe weekend at Lake Chatcolet at Thursday evening, September 17, [the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Is the first meeting of the Parent-  Nelson Mr and'Mrs Nelson live Teachers association under thein Lewiston Idaho "but have a new officers: Edna Reitmeier, pres- I summer home at the' lake Ident; and Sy Parmeter, chairman Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holliday Jr. of the entertainment committee. There will be an interesting pro- grartL The teachers will be Intro- duced..Iverybody is invited to come and meet them. TO HONOR NEW MINISTER The Community church is having a public potluck dinner in honor of the new minister, the Rev. Mr. Richardson and his family. This will be Friday, September 11 at 6:30 p.m. at the city hall. Bring your own silverware and plate. Coffee will be furnished by the Ladies aid. Everyone interested is invited. COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS There were 65 in Sunday school last Sunday. The Rev. R. Richardson's sermon topic for the worship hour was "Goals Before Us." Mr. Richardson, resident pastor, will speak every Sunday morning at 11. ST. ANNE'S CHURCH Medical Lake First, third and fifth Sundays, N[ass at 11:00. Second and fourth Sundays, Mass at 9:00. ST. TIMOTHY'S EPISCOPAL Medical Lake St. Timothy's ]piscopal church holds evening prstyer service at 4 p.m. every firsl and third Sunday in the new church building. Rev. Ernest J. Mason ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH Sunday school at 1O o'clock every Stmday. Church service every 2nd, 4Ht, and 5th Sunday at 11. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Rev. Charles H. Staten, Pastor Wednesday service. 7:45 p.m. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. Sunday e v e n i n g evangelistic service, 7;45. Medical Lake Locals and Mrs. Roy Holliday Sr. spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Countryman in Yakima. Mrs. Lee Jett left by plane Satur- day evening for Minneapolis, Minn., i where she will spend a week with her daughters. John Baldwin of Lewiston, Idaho, spent several days last week at the home of his brother William and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Witty spent last week at the home of their nephew, Marvin Shively, at Sum- ner, Wash., and also In Canada. Mrs. Henry Severson (Dorothy Distler) and sons joined Mr. Sev- erson in Yaak, Mont.. where they will reside temporarily while Mr. Severson is employed by a con- ;truction firm there. Ronald Hardenbrook of Spokane will stay at the home of his sister Mrs. Fred Johnson, and attend high school here this year. Jay Piper of Vancouver, Wash., is spending a few weeks at the home of his brother Fred and wife. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Rustemeyer of Lincoln, were overnight guests Sat- urday of their son Dan and fam- ily. Tyler News Mrs. Carl Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ableman of Kennewick spent Labor day week- end with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ableman. Mrs. Viola Butts visited her niece, Mrs. Sam Fullenwider of Plaza, last weekend, t-_ Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lamphier were weekend guests of his moth- el', Mrs. Lola Lamphier. Sgt. and Mrs. James Williams of Camp Hanford and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith and family of Wenat- chee spent the weekend with the Kuhn family. Callers at the J. D. Ham home Monday were Mrs. Floyd Hansel Mrs. Jehn Hennlng Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Arthur and Margret returned after spending two months with Mr. Arthur's par- ents in California. Margret wanted to finish her 12th year of school with the group she started with in the first grade. Miss Jean Arthur enlisted in the air force and is stationed a't Lack- land air force base in Texas for her basic training. Sgt. Vincent R. Stang has pur- chased the home owned by Mrs. Feral Rehwaldt. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall are parents of a baby daughter born at the Fairchild air force base Sep- tember 8. St. Timothy Guild is holding a cooked food sale at the IGA store Saturday, September 12. Mr. Kenneth Peterson is in Fair- banks, Alaska, on a construction Job. St. John's Lutheran's ladies aid and missionary society met Septem- ber 2 with Mrs. Eliza Rosenou. The Rev. Matzke conducted the lesson topic, "Our Faith in Action." After the business meeting a lunch was served by the hostess. There were 10 members and four visitors pres- ent. The October thank offering meeting will be at Mrs. John Tesch's home in Spokane. House guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butts the past week included Mrs. L. J. Schreiber (Max- ins Thexton) and three children and Sherman Middle of Brecken- ridge, Minn. Mrs. John Hinkus of Seattle was a weekend visitor also. Mrs. Hinkus is Mr. Schreiber's sis- ter. The Rev. and Mrs. Enoch Will- man were dinner guests 0f Miss Ruth Glasgow last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Humbert in Cheney Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Garner were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Henning and later attended the Interstate fair in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Foster and children of PhoenL, Ariz., are vis- iting at the Joe Nash home this week. A/B Harry La Veign is home on l You're "sitting pretty" behind the wheel Take this Bel Air model. First thing you'll notice is the qual- ity of the interior. Rich-looking appointments. Roomy seats with foam rubber cushions. Turn the key to start the engine and you're ready to go. You can see all around You look out and down through a wide, curved, one- piece windshield. The pano- ramic rear window and big side windows provide a clear view in all directions. _ You get more power on less gas That's because Chevrolet's two great valve-in-head engines are high-compression engines. In Powergiide* models, you get the most powerful engine in Mrs. Marvin Plotts and Mrs. Carl Johnson. A son, David Eugene. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown, in August. Mrs. Les Brown is ill in the hos- pital. LeE Ham is doctoring for arthritis of the spine. Johnny Ham has the better part of the renovating of his house done and plans to start work at Edgett Bros. in Cheney soon. Tom Dely and Jerald Davis have been helping him. Tyler Grange will have its first meeting Tuesday, September 15, with a potluck dessert of sand- wiches, cake and jello. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and family are planning to sell their ranch and move to Cheney this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shea and sons m o t o r e d t o Pennawawa a n d brought home a load of peaches. Mrs. H. The Amber Grange will have its first fall meeting Friday evening, September 18. Mrs. J. H. Spuler was a guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Amel Spu- ler, and she called at the Clarence Miller home Sunday. Last Friday afternoon Mrs. Fred Sooy, Mrs. Kent Sooy, Carol and Gary, of Amber, and Mrs. W. W. Sooy of Cheney, Mrs. Nell Siegel of Pine City and Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Etroy of Oregon were guests of Mrs. L. C. Cordill of Cheney. Harvest is slowly drawing to a close in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Melton of Spokane were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Best and the Glenn Best family. Mr. and Mrs. John Edmiston were also callers there one day last week. Myrna and Gary Rietz had as their guests last Saturday Roland and Roberta Lass of Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rfltz and three sons of Gary, Ind., are mov- ing to Spokane this week. Mrs. Rutz, the former Cherry Frye, is a niece of Helge Danielson. Nancy and Ole Belsby were guests Monday of Larry Danielson. HENNESSEY & CURRAN Security Bank Bldg., Broadway & Monroe Spokane, Washington NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF'ESTATE No. 50709 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County ot Spokane. In the matter of the estate of LAURA J. McDOUGALL. Deceased. State of Washi,gtou, County of Spo karts---as. Notice is hereby given that Maxine Smith Ellis, the executrix of the above es- tate, has rendered and presented for settlement to. and filed ill tile Superm, Court of Spokane County. State of Wash- ington her final account as such exec- utrix and a petition for the distribution of said estate, in which the court is asked to settle said estate, distribule th property to the heirs or persons eatitled to the same, and discharge the said exectRrix, and that Wednesday. the 7th dey of Oeteher, 1953, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock a.m., at the court roon of uu said Superior court, in the City of Spo- kane. in said Spokane County, has beel, duly fixed for the hearing and settle- ment of said final account and petition for distribution, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and contest the same. Dated this 8th day of September. 1953. [ Gee. E. FaIlquist, County Clerk aad,l Clerk of the Superior Court. I By John R. Fallquist, Deputy. (Sept. ll-Sept. 25) Mr. and Mrs. Paul Howe took oEAST CHT0000",00Y delivery of a new 1953 Ford car a Mrs. Anna Phillips few weeks ago. Mrs. Melvin Anderson and Janice The attendance was very low at and Claudia were guests Monday East Cheney Grange meeting last afternoon of Mrs, C. B. Fish and Friday evening as most everyone Mrs. tI. Danielson. I is still harvesting. The applications Jim Reid, who has spent the sum- i mer months with his uncle, Os-'. of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Andren borne Belsby and family, left by l were read. Un-ironed clothes are to plane Monday night for his home I be worn by all to the next meeting in Brooklyn, N.Y. I as stated by lecturer Mrs. Betty Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Fish were Labish. guests of her niece, Orpha Stone, ' M. and Mrs. Chester Phillips in Spokane one day last week. Dick Schoel, who has been spend- ing the summer with relatives, re- turned to his home and started back to high school in Tacoma Tuesday. He wbrked with Charley Miller's hay crew and later at Leonard Gaffney's, north of Spra- gue, where he drove a wheat truck. Claire Longmire and Bill Lenox. grandson of the Clarence Millers, returned to their homes in South- ern California Sunday. Bill has en- tered the seventh grade at Oxnard and Mrs. Longmire will continue teaching at West Los Angeles. Visitors at the Clarence Miller home the past week were Mrs. Wesley Loeper of Walnut Creek, Calif., Mrs. L. C. Cordill, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Jordan, and Mr. and Mrs. INolan Brown and daughters of Cheney, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spuler, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marsh and sons, Mrs. Ivan Calvert and Mrs. Josie Marsh. Thie Pioneer Bridge club meets Thursday at Mrs. Ivan Calvert's for dessert bridge. The first meeting of the Amber and John Wayne attended a dinner last Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Piersol of Spangle, in honor of the birth- day of Mrs. Annie Dyke of Spo- kane. Mrs. Piersol and Mrs. Chester Phillips were canning corn at the Piersol home last Monday. Mrs. Clyde Marr of Spokane re- turned home after spending the weekend with her son, Clarence Davis and family, and Anna Phil- lips. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Vf. Brown and husband and two sons, Jimmie and Charles, of Ta- coma, spent the Labor day vaca- tion at the Brown home and all at- tended the fair last Monday. Mrs. Clara Hampton helped in Cheney last Tuesday with prepara- tions for the evening PTA dinner. Mr. and Mrs. John Labish and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom La- bish and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goodwin enjoyed a picnic last , Sunday at Williams lake. Mrs. Susie Ames of Spokane, sis- Grange will be September 18. Pot- ter of James Blackshaw, was a luck refreshment to be served after lsupper guest of the Blackshaw the meeting. I family last Tuesday evening. FERTILIZER BRINGS 14 BUSHEL INCREASE AMBER, WASHINGTON--The advantages of using nitrogen fertilizer in a wheat recrop program were reported recently by Herman Clarno, Amber farmer. "1 got 26 bushels per acre where I used Shell NH3 fertilizer," Clarno states. "And only 10-12 bushels per acre where Shell NH3 fertilizer wasn't used. Then too, I can recrop each year when I use Shell NH3 fertilizer and that's good soil conservation." More and more Pacific Northwest farmers like Herman Clarno are getting excellent results with Shell NH3 fertilizer. For Shell NH3 Service, see Mel Jones, Norkem.Sprague, phone Sprague 4561. This demonstration Was worth " L' many hundreds of d?llars to me! , I thought only a hlgher-pr, ced car would suit me. But then I found out how much more Chevrolet offered for how much less! Chevrolet's field- the new llJ-h.p. "Blue-Flame." Gear- shift models offer the advanced 108-h.p "Thrift-King" engine. Biggest brakes for smoother, easier stops An easy nudge on the pedal brings smooth, positive response -right nowl Chevrolet's im- proved brakes are the largest in the low-price field. It's heavier for better roadability You're in for a pleasant sur- prise at the smoath, steady, big-car ride of this new Chev- Let us demonstrate all the advantages of buying a Chevrolet now! MORE PEOPLE gUY CHEVROLETS THAN AMY OTHER CAR ! i ill i rolet. One reason is that, model for model, Chevrolet will weigh up to 200 pounds more than the other low-priced cars. You get greater getaway with the new Powerglide* A lot finer performance on a lqt less gas. That's what you get with the new Powerglide automatic transmission. There's no more advanced automatic transmissiou at any price. And it's the loWest-priced line A demonstration will show you that Chevrolet offers just about everything you could want. Yet it's the lowest-priced line in the low-prit  field. *Combination o/ Powerglide auto- matlc transmission and llS-h.p. "Blue-Flame" engine optional on "Two-Ten" and Bel Air models at extra cost. : leave from San Antonio, Texas, vis-I lung his parents. His brother, Bill, i Motor Co pent a few days at his parents' Brown and Holter home enroute from Indiana to his l new station at Plne field, Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Klein of Sp0- I kane, Mr. and Mrs. Neff Parks and l ...... Phone Main 1 51 CHEVROLET AGENCY Cheney, Wash. ;,:':'Y  OF FII.ING OF PRELIMINARY I Spokane, qUDC.ET FOR THE TOWN OF MEDICAl. after the flrst ',:;E FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1954 or they will be N6'IC'E OF PUBLIC HEARING Date of the first FOR ADOPTION OF SAID BUDGET. notice is 4th day of ? q e is hereby given that the Fiscal Wm. J. e for tlle year 1954 for the Town above estate. ? M ,di:'al Lake has been filed with the Cannon, McKevitt 'o .  Clerk of the Town of Medical Lake 711 Old National s a preliminary Budget and the same Spokane. Wash. ,,ill be fully considered at a public hear- (Sept. ing to be held at 8:00 o'clock p.m. in the DENNIS H. Council Chambers of thft Town Hall on Monday, October'S, 195Y at which time 615 Spokane & and place the Town Council will formally approve the Budget for the Town of Medi- NOTICE TO cal Lake for the year 1954 and make No. a tax levy for said year. Superior Court, Any person or persons desiring to be ounty of Spokane. In the matter of heard for or against said Budget or any B. FLOWERREE, item thereof may appear and be heard at Notice is hereby sid meeting of the Town Council. Copies f said Budget are available for study at signed has been he office of the Town Clerk of the Town the above estate in of Medical Lake. qualified accordingly, A full, true and correct cot)y of said having claims we]imiaary Budget as adopted by the required to serve Town Council of the Town of Medical with necessary Lake for the year 1954 is attacbed bereto signed Dennis H. and made a part hereof, ministrator and the office at Given under my hand and lal of the at his Eastern Building, Town of Mediqal Lake this  day of ington, and file September. 105 Katie Sinniger, Town proof of such service clerk urer. TOWN OF MEDICAL LAKE PRELIMINARY BUDGET FOR YEAR 1954 CURRENT EXPENSE FUND General Government Mayor and Couneil Salaries $ 350.00 Supplies and Equipment 150.00 Travel 250.00 Total Town Clerk-Treasurer Salary 1,200.00 Clerical Aid 200.00 Supplies, postage, printing. travel and miscel- laneous 500.00 Total 1,900.00 Town Attorney Salary 900.00 Supplies, stenographic as- sistance and travel expense 250.00 Total Town Hall Mel, lights, mainte- nance and insurance 2.500.00 Janitor 400.00 Furnishings, fixtures, repair maintenance and mis- eellaneous 1.200.00 Total Ass6ciation of Washington Cities Municipal Audit Registration and Election 300.00 Street Lights 2.000.00 Hydrant Rental 6,000.00 Miscellaneous Government Expense 300.00 Total 8.600.00 Police Department Salaries 2,000.00 Personal Car Mileage 450.00 Miscellaneous 250.00 Industrial Insurance 175.00 City Pound Expense 50.00 Police Judge Salary 300.00 Total Library Su]plies aml Books 240.00 Salary 250.00 Total PErks and Playground Salaries 300.00 Maintenance 500.00 Capital Outlay 500.00 Total Fire Department Salaries, Fire Chief and Assistant 240.00 Firemen. salaries 500.00 Cas. Oil and Mainte- nance 650.00 Fire Alarm System 500.00 Fire Supplies and Miscel- laneous 750.00 Fire Equipment Reserve Fund .3.000.00 Total Sanitation and Emergency Town Dump Maintenance 500.00 Lowering of Medical Lake Engineering 4.000.00 Legal Expense 2.000.00 Caoital Outlay-Right of Way. ditching, pump and installa- tion or cut and headworks and miscellaneous 17.000.00 Total 23,500.00 Streets and Alleys -- to be transferred to Street Fund 5,000.00 Total Expenditures. Current Expense Fund 56,170.00 RECEIPTS. CURRENT EXPENSE FUND Tax Receipts, 15 mill levy 3.099.00 Motor Vehicle Excise Tax E.711.00 State Liquor Appor- tionment 22.370.00 Fines, Licenses and Miscellaneous 200.00 Unexpended Balance, Cur- rent Expense Fund 23.890.00 Total Receipts, Current Expense Fund STREET DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES Salaries Street Su!aerintendent Clerical Expense Street Labor of the above Spokane, after the first or they will be Date of the notice is 4th day Dennis H. the above estate. Dennis H. PottratZ, 615 Spokane & Spokane 1, Washi (Sept. 750.00 W. 204 NOTICE TO No. Superior court, county of In the B. GALE, Notice is hereby signed has been the above qualified sons having blaimS 1.150.00 are required to with necessary signed at Kenneth his office at Washington and of such service. el' the above court -- Washington. within 4,I00.00 first publication of will be forever 215.00 Date of the 300.00 notice is 28th day Spokane and First National By: George P, Administrator W. Kenneth boneS, 204 Columbia (Aug. HARVEY 204 Columbia SIXTY NO. 3225.00 In the Superior Washington, in Spokane. GIBSON A. VAN 490.00 vs. JOHN DOE E. LeLACHEUR. known heirs of known heirs of ceased ; WALTER 1.300.00 known heirs of ceased ; unkown heirs of deceased ; MARY INSON ; Lloyd Robinson, unknown heirs CLARENCE Clarence Kuns. BERT ; unknow: deceased ; heirs of Effie DAVIS ; 5,640.00 deceased ; heirs of Byron C. KUNS; Kuns, deceased ; known heirs of ROY W. KUNS; W. Kuns, unknown heirs all other :laiming any nterest in the :he complaint The State John Doe Lacheur, eirs of John heirs of Fanny Walter J. Walter J. R. Mitchell J. R. Mite Lloyd Robinson Agnes Lloyd Kuns: unknown ceased ; Clarence of Clarence unknown heirs Effie Albert ; Albert, deceased : heirs of Glen Wolfe ; unknown deceased ; Anna 56,170.00 of Anna C. unknown heirs Roy W. Kuns; W. Kuns, 1.800.00 known heirs of 180.00 all other 4,000.00 claiming any interest . in Total 5.980.0( in the complaint GREETINGS : Maintenance and Operation Supplies and Miscel- You are laneous 750.00 within sixty Grading, oil, gravel and of the first Snow Removal 2.700.00 to-wit, within Gas, Oil and Grease 1,200.00 14th day of Equipment Repair and above entitled Maintenance 1.500.00 titled court and the plaintiff, upon Capital Outlay Total 6,150.00 for plaintiff New Street Equipment 7.600.00 and in case of Street Construction, asphaltic sent will be concrete laying and street cording to drainage 5,000.00 which has beea the above entitled Total 12,500.00 Tbe object title to the Total Street Expenditures $24,630.00 erty, to-wit: STREET DEPARTMENT, Lot 12 in RECEIPTS in the City State Gas Tax kane and State Apportionment 16.200.00 map thereof From the Current Plats, page Expense Fund 5.000.00 County Audi Unexpended Balance, in the name Street Fund 3,430.00 free, and clear fendants above Total Street Department said defendants Receipts 24,630.00 from asserting WATER DEPARTMENT estate, lien, EXPENDITURES the said premises Salaries to the Meter Reading and plaintiff,, and Miscellaneous 360.00 other and Clerical Expense 180.00 entitled Court Treasurer 120.00 able in the Labor 1.000.00 Date of the summons Aug. Total 1,660.00 Jones & CIs Maintenance and Operation By Harvey Water Purchase 3.000.00 Plaintiff. " Office Supplies 130.00 Post office Bond Redemption 760.00 204 Columbia Material and Supplies 1.350.00 (Aug- Miscellaneous 700.00 Total 5,940,00 T.G. Capital Outlay 5,000.00 318 Rookery Total 5,000.00 -- NOTICE OF Water Department -- Total Expenditures 12,600.00 In the Superior WATER DEPARTMENT Washington, in RECEIPTS Spokane. Water Rentals 5.500.00 In the matter Hydrant Rental 6,000.00 C. EHLER and Park 100.00 Notice is hereby Unexpended Balance, Order of the Water Fund 1,0O0.00 the undersigned above entitled Total Receipts -- Water Denartment $12,600.0 sale the equity in the real estate (Sept. 4-Sept. 11) South Two CANNON. MeKEVITT & FRASER 711 Old Nat'l Bank Bldg., Spok==." NOTICE TO CREDIToRs No. 54700 Superior court, State of Washington County of Spokane. In the matter of the estate of KATH- RYN STONESIFER, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that tha undel signed has been appointed Executor el th,, above estate in this court, and ha lua!ified accordingly, and that all per :ns havimr ,'laims against said deeease 're required o rve claims, duly verified ;h .,o ,,nr, we]chefs, upon the under signed at Spokane, Washington or upon Cannon, McKevitt & Fraser, the at- torneys of record at their office at 711 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Washington and file ueh claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at the City of of the East east quarter ouart, r (E: Let 7W) Township Twen Forty-four (44l Meridian, in State of twenty (20} south twenty capt the west feet thereof. Said sale will be September, 1953 the offers or bids by the Building. Spoke be sold for at of the Dated Gee. E. Clerk of the By Rglh V, (Sept.