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i / !;i NEW CUSTOM HOMES Two - 3 bdrm homes ready to occupy. ['ncludes w/w car- kitchen appliances, full basement, 1 baths. 3 bdrm & family room, kit. w/eating space $12,950. DUPLEXES New 2 bdrm, duplexes w w carpet, kitchen appliances. Will take trade. LOTS IN NEW AREA For that new custom home, FHA has a new program for w n'othing down to $15,000. Also can arrange and conventional firancing, for new homes. Ken Morion Widmer Realty  FA 8-4004 l FOR REm ......... ' Sept. 15th, 1600 squarelLarge, beautiful, new-----2- be---d- :,3 bedroom home. Elee. I )itch kitchen, range, dish-/ r, fireplace, double gar-[ s3tf I 'el ;. Ed D oten Real Es-' 424 1st St., Phone 235- 2 bedroom unfurnis*hed mod-I ern apt. electric heat $40 / me. See F. M. Watson, Four[ Lakes, Wash. 910-10 lp Will Your Marriage [ l0000r00day' October 1, 1965 Be A Happy One?- /io marriage 'and an uha,ppy If=m/Iv exlerience a habilit:;. By Alfred J. Prince I [eson,al happiness i.n child- Can success in marriage be |hood is also associated with 'favorable marital adjustment. predicted with some degree "'tt, appy children general:Iv make happy adults and well- adjusted marriages; unhappy children tend to make unhap- iY adults and poorly adjusted marriages." action of two persons and li,ow they will react upon each other in miforesceable situa- tions. :,f probability? Can we deter- mine during eng:agement tim m,arital adjustment of a cou- ple? If so, what are some of the factors found to have a measurable relationship to suc- cess in marriage? Marital prediction studies have followed etosely upon at- templs to predict personal ad- justment in ,other areas of hu- man behavior. Predicti>n tech- niques have already been ap- plied to school achievement, volation,al adjustment, pe,rson- al selection, behavior on par- o.Ie, etc. Predicting marital adjust- men, t .at success in matrimony, h,owever, is much more diffi- cult than predicting adjust- ment in these other fields. In the aorementioned areas, pre- dict}on is made for the behav- ior of only one person, while in lnarita:l adjustment we must take into account the inter- room apartment. Adults only. 23'5-4017. II' no answer. Peggy Smith and Her Charges call 235-6585. Peggy Smith, Cheney high school senior, spent the summer with the Indian Mission in al3tf Chemainus, B. C. doing missionary work for the l'ot 50 x 100 on Fern & Assembly of God Church. streets. See Clarence i ra s'17tf Three bedroom older, el, ose to Surre sio;y Work duck hunting coat college and schools, 6th at 42, practically new. Cedar, has range, refrigerator Appeals to Peggy Smith 235-6533. $7500. Call Tri-State Realty, s24,olp 235-4778. s24tf By Peggy Smith kitten, 7 weeks old, Modern 3 bedroom; family It was indeed my privilege this summer to work with the mle and three fe- room, electric heat, unfurn- Mattaniah tn,dan Mission in hemalnus, B. C. The mission, C call 235-6220, anytime, ished, 4 miles from Chancy, which is associated ith the Pentacostal Assemblies of Canada, $85 a month. Phone Sprague is situated on Vancouver Island. The mission house sits on the Nevertheless, ddes con- s24-01p N4 - 257-2579. s24tf barbo.r in Chemainus. dueled to date demon.str, ate th4 3-be.dream home. Storm 3 bedroom house, ali apphane- Throughout the t'ir.t nontn and windows, electric j 1 q ................................ feas.ihihty 04 predicting be.fore 2 corner lots, es, carpetin/4, fenced yard. at my stay i was nlamiy in-longing circlmstances as one n-a.rre the probabilities of 522 Lincoln, $]25 me. See Tri-State Realty, robed in the regular missior was in an aid vacant house on marital success. And a lis,ting 403 1st, 235-4778 or call Moses I work which included vis,ita- the reserve which was used by of selected factors family soot- eves or weekends, Lake, RO 2-927o. oliti'ons, the olive evening servic- the Mission; several others oloNsts have found 1o have a alp ' ( ' t es per wek. on the various were held in the I'ndian homes relation,ship to success in mar- mahogany coffee One bedroom house, furnished, ireserves, and the four Sunday and yet others were held out riage follows. 2 card tables, unpaint- Garage, Medical Lake. Call ]seheols held through,out the on the open beaches We often One, there is con,siderable after 5 p. m. SAratoga 3-3171. day on Sunday, and gencra,1]y brought o,ar Bible Seh, oal evidence to suport the claim and 5-drawer ,, af drawers, corner van- ol getting to know and love the with us" as we Packed in the, that happiness of parents has b0kcases. 235-4958. 4-room house w, bath; 5 Cowichan Indian people. The cars flannelgraph boards, work .a 'sigrtificant reati,ans,hip to s24tf mtles from Cheney School church services there were books, handcraft supplies the marital adjustment of the I quite different from those of song sheets, and accordions child. In oher vovds, a young good condition. Also bus by the door. Call 235-6304.[my own church. Aside from and set out for the morning, person has a better than aver- washer with pump. llthere being India,n folks in- The Children were eager to age Chance of marital success 235-4116. alp New 2 bedroom apts. f*er rent. [stead of white folks, we were participate in the activities ef if he 'las been reared in a bui4t-in oven and FuHy carpeted, new ranges, |accompanied by arcadians the sch, ool. More than once I henm where the pren are Sti,lll in refrigerators and laundry fa-]and guitars rather than api- ws asked why we eouldn't happity mated 'and where they boxes. $120.00 clities furnished. Student lane and organ, and often we have Bible seh, oel aLl summer lmve close an,d affectionate re- al-8 may share. Can be seen at had our services by the hght i long! Nothing I said would saI-lotions wih their children. 1320 3rd St. Call 235-4778. of gasoline lanterns. But none/is.iv the question. As' we T.hea'e are exceptions, of type duck bout with el the less, we had many very t teachers realized that many of cuse. Some otiose 'loane ex- ged shape, $30.00 235- O WANTED good services. On the two eve-/} nese cnuoren were 'hearing perienees have been uhappy 01 nings we didn't have services/ne truth of Gospel for the may be highly motive.ted to condition Oonn W, antedgood milk g,t, pro scheduled the Indian young [first time, it made us slve avokl simil, ar mistakes in lheir gold plate. $75 ratably btaek. Call Rosala people would gather at th /that much harder to make the own marriages. They may, el JA 7-3223. o1 udSsion house for a time of, two-hour sessiors as wm-th- therefore, ,actu,a,ly have better o])leyball. These sessions pro- while as possible. Upon fur- nmrrria, ges for havi,g gewn 94 30-30 $70., Wanted:10 more students for vialed fun, exercise a:rd fel-thor realizing the m,t ctis-up in h>mes characterized by Oe box of shells; three ceramic finishes and e],ay 1,owship for both the Indi'a eouvagi, ng home conditions oonlict. In .general, .however, camp stove $7.50; nl,odeling cass, no potter's and the staff. We usua,tly join- the children came from we hppiness of parents' marriage camp cot $5.00; wheel. Mrs. Butter. 235-6874. ed in a time of devoti,ns were inspired to put our m an asset in looking forward Ham, art white sud- el around the piano or out on the wh, ole efforts into bringing bottom cabinet $40. lawn following the time of them the G'cspel. WORK WANTED - recreation. What a blessing it was at to ealred chrome Guarantimarcl motor re- With the arrival of the rest i our ctosing exercises to see Grisweld 110 or plate $50.00 Pallie pair. Ed's Conoeo Service. of he summer staff, which in-, the boys and girls sing the 5th, phone 23'5- Phone BE 5-4400. tf cluded one student from choruses, recite he mere N oey orthwest College (>f the As-I verses, and to hear them .te, oltf Babysitting, my home, hour semblies .of God in Kirkland, [o.f She Bible stories ttmyd & mattress, .play or day. Mature, experienced, and nine students from Beth-[learned. Pad, baby Tenda, bus- Mrs. L. Eoff, 235-6579 any Bible College, santa Cruz, [ O,ften without hii;in,g been and mattress. Phone ol-tf in early July, our already,busy I.aware ef it, I would realize r 235-6278. alp a,ce was greatly increased as that the children had ot only Call] TO GIVE AWAY we be'San a series of seve f'ound a laramoun,'c p]0ace "m per. weeks of Daily Vacation Bible my attention but in my heart WANTED--- alp Free wlfite mother eat, 2 College. as well. One day when one of white and 1 Mack kittens. These s'ehoals were held for the tittle girls in my class Gall 23'5-6648 s24p the children on the va,ri:us re- asked me, much to my ur- 0R WOMEN WANTED SPECIAL serves, Nsting for one or t.wv prise, if I would just fearer ilh[ -- -- weeks in each rea. them when I went back to the fu Will pay a good--priee for US The attendance ranged from states, I realized the attach- Earn $2 "- $3 per lour [ and Canadian coins. Free ap- a dozen students in one school ment we had for each oher phone 235-46851P raisal if you do not wish to to 50 studenls in one of the I assured her that I wouk Sr24tf [ sell. 414 First St., Chen.ey,-i other reserves. NOT forget her or any of the jlgtfl Our Bible'schoo,l!s were held ,other boys ,arid gir,.ls. Her CARE 1 -- FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE un'der very unusual and chal- beaming smile in re to my answer was but o.e of the , my home, days[ NEEDS, Call Tri-Sbate Real- o,,-s, T..o.s. Ch,,t,k , Lo,e.. bountiful rewards of a most eves. North 304 6th, [ty, Inc., Chancy, Wash. 403 0 Fidelity B|dl.. SDoksne, W,0*h. rewarding summer. I avz lmol. 235-453'8.ol [F00st Street, Phone 235-4778. SmFF'S SAL eager to return to the mission 10-1tf state of Washington County of on a visit as soon as possible _ Spokane-- ss. recorded in Book "D" of Plats, page By virtue of an Order of Sale is- to see again the dear folks at & Ericson 100, in the office of the County Audi- ured out of the Hen. Superior Court of L_ --i,o ...... Bank Buildln tar of said Courty. SUBJECT to mort- poane County on the 17th day of i I1 IllKlOn an(1 le lrllan '9201 'age to mrt io S*nk u spa- ofZ?dei tha  tho:)2Jfolk I learned to kn,ow, love, kane in the sum of $8,200.00 recorded riaon, a eorlration iiff"v;: J['ll appreeiate.. in the office of the Auditor of Spokane Dirks and levee L. Dirks hus-  No. 69572 OF ESTATE County in Book 960 of Mortgages, Page band and wife; and U. S A. Defen'dnts | Tnere are more than 2,000 557, upon which there remains a balar, ce N. 179124, and to me,"  Sheriff di [ Srm,iSl Amerlo n Court of the State of remaining or* said mortgage in the sum teated and delivered. ' I --,, ....... a.. War veter. and for the County of of $6,359.52 with interest at 7 per cent Notice is hereby giver, that I will ] ans still living who are 90 of the Estate of per annum from August 20, 1964. To proceed to sell to the highest bidder for |ve, . ...... 11 LITTLETON, deceased, satisfy a judgment ir favor of First cash, within the hours prescribed by d *o ut a; ux ru, a2cord- County of ;Spa- National Bank in Spokr*e, a national mw tar Sheriff's Sales to-wit: At InS to the Veterans ndminis- ban&ins association, and against N. H. te o'clock on the 5th day of Revere- tration. eby give that Susie . Lecher and Ellamae Lecher, husband bar, 1965 at South Courthous of the almve ami wife Amour*ring to Three Thousand and presented fOl" et- door Spokane, in Spokane County tn the Eight Hundred Ninety Three and 07/100 State of Washington. all the right, The Drug That and filed in the Superior =:($3,893.07) dollars with interest at 7 per title arid Interest of the above named County. State of Wash. cent per armum from May 17, 1965 to defendants in and to the following de- as such Administra- dte of sale and $500.00 attorney's fees scribed real property, go-wit: Isn't There Detltton for the ditribu- and $52.00 ctmts which ircludes titl, The North 20 feet of Lot 37 and all in which the 0ourt is report, and increased costs, with inter- of Lot 38 in Block 42 of Spokane Tar- said Estate, distribute the est on attorney's fees and costs at 6% race Addition to the City of Spokane, Without doubt, the m@t ex- helm or Demons entitled per armum from September 16, 1965 and dieeharge the ald to ale. as per plat thereof recorded in Vol- pnve drug s te one that There is strong evidence that mild but firm di'scipine with only moderate punish- ment and lack of sevious con- fli:ct with prents are fawr- able to the marital adjustment of both hu,sbands and wives. Marriage in the late twen- ties is more favorable to mari- tal adjustment than marriage at tee,tinge or in the very. early twenties. Participation in soea,1 life and membership in sxial or- ganiza,ti,ons, when n,ot carried to an extreme, have been found to indicate a likelihood of success in marriage. This seems especi M,ly true of wm- on. Adequate sex information, especially from encouraging arents, and restriction of [ ,ettmg also appear favor- fable to marital adjustment. / There is clear eidence that !religious training and church attendance indicate a likell- ihood of success in marriage. "Peg.p'l'e who are respectable in regard to region present themseves as respectabe in re- gard to m,arital adjustment." Evidence is fairly extensive 235-6375 Cheney Free Press Page 5 that education and similar amounts of educati.on, stared common interests pror to mar- riage, s'imilar cultur,l back. ground,s, and similarity of re- ligious faith are favorable to the marital a, djuskment 6f a couple. Space does not permit a complete lisfi N f the factors family ,sociologists have ound to 'kavea re,l'atortsp .to suc- cess in m,arrage. Iovever, the fll,owing 10 factors, hs'ted roughly in deseerding order of scienfific ve,rgicaton, ap- pear to be the most important in predieirg success in mar- riage. Theur are: 1) Halpiness o,f parents' marriage; 2) ABe- quate tength o,f acquaintance, color,ship, and engagement; 3) Adequate sex information in cihldhod; 4) Persoal hap- piness in childhood; 5) Alpro- val of the marriage by pa.nts and hers; 6) Erga,genmnt ad- justment and normal moiva. tion toward marriage; 7) Eth- nic and religio,us similarity; 8) Higher social and educ,ati,on- al stus; 9) Ma.ture and ,simi- let chronological age; and 10) Harmonious affection with parents during childhood. Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with All Standard Oil Produds SPECIALIZING IN HEATING OILS A! Haskins Standard Oil Distributor CHENEY O ume 'T' of Plats, page 2; situate tn and that Wednesday the Given under my hand, this 28th dny the City and County of Spokane, Wash- iTl't available. The cost of this 1966, at the of September. 1965. UNTIL OCTOBER 7 inton. To satisfy a judgment in favor drug is extremely high. It may o'clock a. m. at the William J. Reilly, Sheriff of Fidelity Savings and Loan Associa-[ of our said Super- By levee M. Lane, Deputy tion, a corp. and in ram against Derrel even be a human life, yDUTS of Spokane, in said Philip S. Brooke, Plaintiff's Attorney L. Dirks arid Joyce L. Dirks, husband and or ne of your lved oriels. To bee duly fixed (Oet. 1-22) and settlement of ai wife, and each f them and the cam- tour*try composed of said parties Amount- alleviate this situation, the and Petl=|or, for Distrt- Hamblen, G|lbtrt & Brooke ins to Six Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty Amevia:n pharmaceuicl in- time and piece iny I}]1| Pauln Bldfo, Slokane0 Wll One and 08/100 ($6,961.08) dollars with in safd estato nm his exceptlone in writ- SHERIFF'S SALE interest at 6 per cent per arwam from dustry, which embraces he September 17, 1965 to date of sale and mau2acturer, the hlesaler and contest the marne. State of Washington, County of Spa- $500.00 attorney's fees and $43.05 costs of September, 1965, kane.---ss. whieh|n'eludes$26.05titieexvense,.nd ar00dthere00aflpl00a00mtcist, Then Compare Ou Clerk and By virtue of an Amended Order of increased costs with interest or attar- a mrketng and distrt, bution r Superior Court Sale issued out of the Hen. Superior ey's fees and costs at 6% per annum . 1-1G) Court of Spokane Coul%ty, on the 20th from SepternDer 17, 1965 to sale. srstem almost as miraculous day of September, 1965, by the Clerk Given under my hand, this 29th day a he drgs they sell. Gilbert & Brook thereof, in the ease of Metropolitan Life of September, 1965. Insurance Company, a eorporatto Plain- Wlmam J. emy, Sheriff l,itealy, within lurs ater Bid.. Spokene. Wuh. tiff versus Gerald L. Petty nd Lynda By Joyce M. Lane, Deputy a new drug has been retezsed, C" PettY' husband and wife Defendants Will Irenz' Pla'ntiff'a Atrrey '66 Chevrolets! SALE No. 178696, and to me, as Sheriff, di- County of Spa- reeled and delivered. (Oct. -22) it is in lharmaeies from lVl]a,ine Notice is hereby given, tha I will MORRISON & HUPPIN to California. Just as irnrt. f Order of Sale issued proceed to sell to the highest bidder for 201 First National Bank Building ;lt, information on the use, Superior Court of Spa* cash. withir the hours prescribed by Spokene, Whinzton k*tion and safety of the drug or, the 16th day of Septem- law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At ten the Clerk thereof in the o'clock a. m. on the 29th day of OetoUer. NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE iS in he ha ads of physicians Bank in Spokane, 1988 at South ourthouse door, Spokane OF REAL PROPERTY w!lo can make it available to kir*g asaociatio Plaintiff in' Spokane County, in the State of :No. /8G70 and Ellamae Loch- Washington, all the right, title and it,- In the Superior Court of the State of you on a eSclti. f, -,e,yn ieke,- te,.t of the .bey, uam ae'enda,t. Washtngto, in .nd ,or the County ef We at Cheney Drug are Be guests for coffee nd don Brown, Jessie in and to the following described real Spokane. G. Stoddard and .or- property, to-w|t: In the Matter of the Est.te of plN)ud to be ,a member of the our a uts and wife, Chud Lot 29, Block 11, Cza 5th Addi- ESTELLE BIRD HANSON MUEHL- health team hich 'la made it Charlotte Wendle, bus- tion, according to plat recorded in Vol. MAN, deceased. and R. G. eBrom, as ume 3 of Plats, page 86, in Spokane Notice is hereby given that C. E. Hup- possible o e "linate this one m*ttter of lg. H. Lecher County, Washirton To satisfy a judg- pin, the Administrator WWA of the very costly drugThe Drug husband and wife, mer, t in fvor of Metropolitan Life Imsur- above captioned estate, will nell at pri- /go. 177892, and ance Company, e corporation and llpor vate sale and for cash the following de- rlUhat Isn't There. if, directed and delivered, the note and mortgage executed by Vic- scribed real estate : given, that I will tar J. Girns and Bonnie R. Girnus, Lot 4, Block 34, East Heath' Third highest bidder for husbar, d and w4fe, dated September 3, Addition to the City of Spokane, Spo- hour prescribed by 1963. Amounting toTen Thousand Five kare County, Washingte  & H01te r Motor Sale,. to-wit" At tet Hundred Ninety ight and 22/100 Part of Lot, 8 and 9. Welmter'a A.d- Brown Co the 5th day of lgorernber, {$10,598.22) dollars with interest at 6 dition to the City of Spokane, Spokare Courthouse door, Spokane per cent per antrum from August 26, County, Washington to the highest and O in the State of 19Bff to date of sale and $G00.00 attoa'- best bidder. Bids must be submitted in the right, title ney's fees s, nd $22.00 costs and increased writtr*g and may be left with the said r, amed defendants costs with interest on attorney's fees Administrator WWA at 201 First Nat- Cheney, Washm on following described real and eosts at 6% Ier annum from August ionsl Bak Building, Spokane, Wash- gt 10 in Block 140 of Sub- 26, 1965 to date of sale. inTton. Bids will be received until Octo- Given under my hand this 29th day bar 25, 1965. Section 16, Township of September, 1965. The said Administrator WVA re- 43 East of the Wil- William J. Reilly, Sheriff serves the right to reject any and all BE 5"6348 it* the City of Spa- By Joyce M. Lane Deputy Lid of Spokane and State Philip S. Brooke, Plaintiff's Attorney O.E. Huppin W.H. Westerman as per map thereof (Oct. 1-22) (Oct. 1-) :!!