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NT FOR SALE ;'i"  2 FOR RENT L-'' =2-= leWer-r h--om, 2 bedrooms un- / Rentals., optio:n--$125.00- .... month, dvoom & Rec. Room with[ 3 bedroom, full baeme.nt. ace down. Cathedral ceil-[Available in October. Cal 235- wood paneling, drapes & [4175. a28tf Call 235-4425. ! al4tf Sm,all, modern house near Che- 'acre view tracts, hghway electricity, tele- terms. 10 acres. Wind- Big Bend Land Oo., Spokane. o2p 4 dr. sedan, in condition. $525. Cll oT see it "at 535 W. St. o2p ,twin beds, $40; 4 chrome $10; 1 small r,efrger- $25; Sunbeam electric $10. SA 3-3303, Lake, after 2 p. m. See S. 320 Washington St. o2 Ravnbler station wagon re- motor, very good tires body. 235-6670. o2p :Pc. sectional Daventmrt, wal- library dining table, con- Easy W'ahe,r, small stove, silver flatware, for 8, plus extra pieces, duty, 2 burner electric wash bowl, kitchen sink. and weekends, 29 N. o2p pine & aspen wood for also fertilizer. F. E. 823 5th. o2p FOR SALE "New Cus,tom Homes" anal 4 bedroom homes in district. Ready to occu- after Oct. 1. elect your lot and have CUstom home built. FHA financing. Realty, Ken Morlan MA 4-1288 s25tf one and two bedroom houses. Make offer. Ed Real Estate, 424 1,st St., s25tf FOR SALE "Select Location $7950.00 Large 2 bedroom older kitchen w/eating to schools. Realty Ken Mrlan s25t ney. Handy man do work on house for rent. Call evenings. 245-3437, Spangle. s18tf Attractive trailer space for rent, alo two bedroom rail- er. Winter rates until Jue, 1965. SA 3-4242, Picnic Pines, Silver Lake. s25tf GERT'S a gay girl--rea,dy for a whrl after cleaning carpets with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Holmes Hdwe. 1@2 Unfurnished 2 bedroom house for rent. Call 235-6308 eve- nings after 7. 0,2 Two bedroom, partly furnished house, .across from Windsor Grange Hall. TE 8-8987. o2tf 1 bedroom furnished apart- ment on ground freer. Leifer apartments, 235-6553. o2tf 2 bedroom hone, Four Lakes. 235-4139. o2 Q SPECIAL For St. Vincent de Paul Soci- ety, things you no longer need or use. Help Us To Help The Poor. For pickups call BE 5-6814. jl8tf Will pay a good price for US i and Canadian coins. Free ap-: praisal if you do not wish to sad. 414V2 First St., Chancy jl9tf For Well drilling, "Try Lee Fry." 30 years experience. East 10211 9kh, Spokane, Wn., i 99206. WA 6-0303. s18-n27 Union Oil service stati,on,, Che- ney, for lease. Phone nights, Spokane, FA 7-4122, or KE 4- 6476. s:25tf Studio girl Cosm, eics and gifts. Cleo ,Iohns,on,, 7801 Ecell, Spokane.____, Wash__ o2t___ff [ Only thre. more Avon cam-[ paigns on the holiday calen-[ d,ar till Xmas. Buy now, pay[ later. Call 235-6679. Territory[ north of Elm and Route 3. o2p for sale. BiWs "66" Ser-i station, Tyler. For de- phone Tyler 421, eve- s25tf NOW AVAILABLE 4 bdrm tri-level in new Owners leaving Sacrifice. Morlan, MA 4-1288 Widmer Realty 603 Columbia Bldg. s25tf WORK WANTED outboard motor re- Ed's Conoco Service. BE 5-44OO. tf wanted my home, call, o2p baby sitting, week my home. Phone 235- o2-ne TYPING LISTINGS NEEDED On Houses and Farm Property Cail evenings 235-4760 M-M REALTY, INC. West 929 Sprague, Spok'ae RI 7-7116 S4t Jan E. Howell, Defendant: You are hereby summcmed to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, TO- wit, within sixty days after the 2nd day of October, 1964, and defen, d the above entitled action in the above er, titled court, and answer the Complair*t of the plaintiff, Dewayne H. Howell, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigred attorney for plaintiff, at his office below stated; and ir case of your failure to so do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the Complairt, which has hcen filed with the clerk of said court. The object of this action is to obtain an award of part of parties' commun'- ity property to the plaintiff and a de- cree of divorce upon statutory grounds including menecal cruelty and personal indignities rendering plaintiff's life burderJsome. William C. Harrison Attorney for Plain- ,and term papers 20e I tiff 501 Spokane & Eastern, Building from typewritten COly;I Spkane 1, Washington 99201 Page from 'andwrttten (Oct. 2-ov. s) IBM Electric typewriter. T.G. PATTERSON Pat Kallem, 235-4504 [ 628 ONB Bldg., Spok .... Wash. o21 N O T' E--0-F-SE---L]E M ------O FTB .'7"- ...... I No. 6695 WANTED TO RENT In the Superior Court of the State of .... Washington in and for the County of , I Spokane. must be lockble , a a , . , " In the Mtter of the Eat te of l evening];. 02 KATHERIN, E H. KATZER, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- LOST kane.--.. Notice is hereby given that the Wash- : ingtori Trust Bank, the Admilistrator eta gtasses. C, aY/ Nicol. of the above estate, has rendered and 02 presented for settlement to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spokane County, State of Washington its Fir.hi Account ANTHONY J. ]ILICE as such Administrator eta, and National Bank Bldg., Spokane a petition, for the distrution of said es- tate, in which the COurt is asked to FOR PUBLICATION settle said estate, distribute the property No. 175889 Superior Court of the State of to the heirs or persons entdtled to the same, and diecharge the said Washington in and for the Cbunty of; Trust Bank, and that Friday, the 30th day of October, 1964, at the hour of 10 C. Plaintiff o'clock a,m., at the Coart room of our said Superior Court, in the City of e of kane, in said Spokane County, has Miller, Defedant duly fixed for the hearing and ettlement hereby sttrnnum TO apDear of said Final Account and Petition for (60) daya  the date Distribution, at which time and place summons, any person interested in said estate may sixty (60}  after the aplar and file his exceptions in writing of October, 196 and defend thereto and contest the same. entitled action t the above Dated this 30th day of September, and answer the corn- 1964. the plaintiff, and serve a Gsu. E. Fallqulst County Clerk and" your ar.swer npon the under- Clerk of the Superior Court. for I office By Carl Hofer, DePuty al in, case of your failure (Oct. 2-16) will be rendered to the demand of whlcl has been filed CORNELIUS E, COLLIER of said Court. 414 Hyde Bull(tins, Spokane, Wash. object of this actio is for a from the defendant on the NOTICE TO C]REDJORS of meral cruelty. No. '/7980 J. Felice In the Superior Court of the State of for the Plai.iff Washington in and for the County of Spokane, National Bank Building In the Matter of  the ".state of Washington, 99201 ARTHUR JOZEPH ZERBACH, deceased. (Oct. 2-Nov. 6) Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has bee appointed Executrix C. HARRISON of the above estate in this Court. and & Eastern Bldg., Spokane has qualified accordingly, and that all persons havin'g claims against said de- BY PUBLICATION ceased are required TO serve claims, duly No. 175880 verified, with necessary vouchers upon the Superior Court of the State of undersigned Alice Markley Zerbach, 414 in and for the County of Hyde Bldg., Spokar.e, Washington or upon' C. E. Collier the attorney of record H. HOWELL, Plaintiff, vs. at his office at 414 Iyde Bldg., Spo- E HOWELL, Defendart. kane, Washington. and file such claim of Washington, To May- with proof of such ervice In the Chancy Ranchers Eastern Washington st00t0 Co,,o00o Observe 4-H Week Separate sealed bid propos- als are avaitable for education- By Reviewing Goals a! equipmert and/or supphes by Easter Washington State College in lhe office of the Di- National 4-H Week ends to- rector of Purchasing, Room morrow, and the Cheney Ran- 121, ShowMter Hall. chers 4-H club has been active Proposal forms may be ob- cbserving the annual occasion. tained at the above office. The clnb reviewed oals and T T. Wall I objective of 4-H work, and Director of Purchasing. issued the folio,wing st.aetement (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) after observing National 4-H "In saving for future needs Week: people in this state purch,ased (Advertisement) "During this week all 4-H $t,790,161 worth of Savings NP's Mainstreeter lnembers promoted the 4-H Bo.rds sales in the state f'or Jarmary through August to On Later Schedule reeling. The 4-H emblem is a $41,166, 055'. four-leaf clover with the let- "And of August's sales, Northern Pacific Railway an- tar H on each leaf for the de- $350,097 worth of E ad H trounces later departure for its! transcontinental Mains,treater xetopment .of head, heart, and some of its other service, hands and health. The 4-H col- Bonds were purchased by court- effective Sllnday, Sept. 27. ors are green and white, ty residents." Train 1, the westbound Main- "The 4H club pledge is: 'I pledge my head to clear think- streeter, makes a conditional it.g; my l{eart to greater t.o3aal- Spokane spent last Tuesday stop ,at Cheney at 9:10 p. m. 'ram' 2, the eastbound Main- ty; my Lands to larger ser- Mrs.With Verntheir Harrington.parents' Mr. and Streeter, leaves Cheey 7-15 vice, and my healVh to better Mr. and Mrs. Cl,arence D,avis Smith Jewelers a m living, for my cl,ub, my com- Both trairs are one hour munity and my country.' and Mrs. Anna Phillips were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. later than before, ,arriving and "Projects for 4-H members and Mrs. David Buddrius and vary from livestock to electric- departing on Pacific Standard ity. This provides more in,ter- Duane David to help cele,brate Time. For tavel irformon, tick- eating meetings. Duane's first birthda.. eta or resmarations, please call "The hope of each 4-H dub sol,Mr'w, alterand Piersol,Mrs" MauriceDick, JanetPier" Servin the at or phone NortheTn Pacific and its leaders is to help 4-H'- ad Sharon Pievsol, all of Station, Chancy. Tel. 235-4112. era learn by doing tbe,mselves. Spangle, and Mr. and Mrs. ---Adv. s25-o2 Each 4-It member must c'om-Vern Harrington were Satur- ---- 00Ckene" _.-.I plete his or her project to re- day evening dinner gest.s of a office of the clerk of the above c,rt at calve his or her completion Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phillips the City of Spokane, Wash., within six pin at the end of the year. and Johnny. ,v, eu,a,**-J'--' Lake ea*r- :nonths after the first publication of this "The members also learn otice, or they will be forever barred. Some of the East Cheney Date of the first publication of thb at the fairs. They also learn .t-H'ers were working in the notice is 2nd day of October. 1964. to speak in front o.f people for East Chenev grange yard last with Alicethe aboveMarkleYestate.Zerbach Executrix of each member gives at least one Saturday afternoon. 414C .... HydeliUs E.Bldg.,Collier(oct.Spokane,2.1f)Att .... Ywash. demonstration,,The CheneydUringlanvhersthe year.4.H All Standard Oil Pr0ducls c]ub has completed a success- MacGillivrsy, J ..... Clarke  Schinne, j-PATRONIZE YOUR | 309 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. ful year for 1964. We hope, NOTICE or SETTLErENT or STATE that anyone interested in 4-HI II _ aD|RII$|I $ No. v435 will contact any of the area k2_" Ir the Superior Court of the State of 4-H clubs. The Chancy Ranch'i -IAI ,, :,,-, a'L:n" Washington in and for the County of Spokane. ers urge all who are interest- In the Matter of the Estate of ed, whether rural 0,r city rest- ALBERT J. EKREN, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- dents, to attend our next meet- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby glver, that Paul H.' ing Oct. ]2." Franklin Jr., the Admil*istrator with 0 heGd 0N Will Annexed of the above estate, has[ rendered and presented f .... ttlement to, GUS OKERSTROM and filed ir the Superior Court of Spokane Ccunty, State of Washing- WINS DOOR PRIZE " ton his Final Account as such admin- istrator with Will A .... ed and a pelt- Gas Okerstrom won .the first c0ncgr tim; for the distribution of said estate, place door prize, ,a blanket, at in which the Ck)urt is asked to settle said Estate, distribute the property to the Chancy Motor Co., grand the heirsor peVsOns entitled to thesa .... oponing last eek. JJJ limb and discharge the said Paul H Franklin, ] Jr., and that Wednesday the 4th day of, John Forno won second November 1964, at the hour of 9:30 prize, a tune-up for his car. o'clock a. m., at the Court [ room of ....... id Superior Third prize 10 g.allors of gas, Court, in the City of Spokane, in said xent to David Tallman. Spokane County, has been duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final Account and Petition for Distribution. st which time anal place any person Ea$| {:h0g0y interested in said estate may appear and @ file his exceptions in writing thereto a:d contest the same. Dated this 25th day of September, 1964. By Anna Phillips Gee E. Fallquist, County Clerk ad Clerk of the Superior Court 4-H MEMBERS DO Ralph V. Renwick, Deputy. (Oct. -6) WELL AT FAIR East Oherney 4-H winners at KATHLEEN M. TAFT the Spokane Interstate Fair West 1015 Garland Ave., Spokane were as foltows: NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE Janet Camp, baking, two No. '/5880 In the Superior Court of the State blue ri,bhots; David Hardie, of Washington in and for the County weeds, red ribbon; Linda H ar- LIFETIME H}LICt In the Matter of the Estate of die, sewing, blue and red rib- RUBY F. HAIKEL, deceased, ben; Helen Hendricks, baking, State of Washington, County of Spo* tWO blue ribbons. kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that Jack David Rupp, weeds, white See your doctor every year f0r a Hankel, the Administrator of the above estate, has rendered and presented ribbon; PhyUis Rup,p, baking, lh0r0ugb health checkup, no matter for settlement to, and filed in, the red ribbo,n. Pamela Woold- h0w well you may feel. Superior Court of Spokane County, State of Washingtonhis Final Account as such ridge, baking, red ribbo,n; AdmiMstrator'&nd a petition for the dis- Earen Dobbins, sewing, blue, tribution O' said estate, Jr; gAY TO DAY POLICY: which the Court is asked to red and white ribbons; Carolyn settle said Estate, distribute the prop- Camp, baking, white ribbon; " orty to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and discharge the said admin- sewing, two blue and one red istrator, and that Tuesday, the 27th ribbon; (liry heifer, grand See yourdoctor immediately if you day of October, 1964, at the hour of 2:00 o'clock p. m., at the Court room ('h, ampion in youth and open have anyone 0f Cancer's Seven Dan- of our said Superior Court, in the City cIasls, received trophy present- get Signals that lasts more than two of Spokane, in said Spokane Country, ed by Early Dawn Dairy.; aso has been duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final Accour*t first in fitting in the junior weeks: (i)Unusual bleeding or dis- First & G Sis. and Petition for Distribution, at which time and place any person irterested division. She received trophy charge (2) A lump or thickening in 235-4409 in said estate may appear and file his from the All West Breeders. the breast or elsewhere (3) A sore testeXceptinSthe" writing thereto and con- She also received white ribbon Dated this 30th day of September, 1964. for art. Deloris Stelzer, baking, that d0es 0t heal {4) hange in Gee. E Fallquist County Clerk and Clerk of the blue and two red ribbons, bowel or bladder habits (5)Hoarse- Superior Cburt. Ed Emtman won first place By J. R. Fa]lquist, Deputy Indigestion or I (Oct. 2-s) in the garden, judgin,g c,otest nes.s or cough {6) .... CORNELIUS E. COLLIFR and will be on the Spokane difficulty in swall0ing {7)[ 414 Hyds Bld., Spokane, Wash. County judgirg team at Yak- Change i. a wart or mole. | NOTICENoI? 77878CREDITORS im,a. Deloris Stelzer and Carp- In the Superior Court of the State of .[VII Camp won a blue ribbon in Whingten in and for ths County of the Sears canning and freezing I:RICN R $0IF' Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of contest. CHARLES It. PEARCE, aka C.H. The following East Chancy Pearce, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under. 4.H members cleaned at the sined has been appointed Executrix gange hall: Delori.s Stelzer, of the above estate in this Court, and has - lua|ified accordingly, and that all' Carol Blayl.ock, Mary BOOts, Persons having claims against said de- John Phillips and John Boo, tmml ceased, are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon assisted by Mrs. Garnett Boots. the undersigned at 414 Hyde Building, Spokane, Washington, er upon Cornelius E. Collier. the attorney of record at his WIVES ET office at 414 Hyde Building, Spokar.e, Spokan County Dairy wives Washington, anl file such claim with proof of such service in the met recently at the home of office of the Clerk of the above Court Mlle. Dick Camp. Present were It, the City of Spokane, Wash.. withi six months after the first lublicatlon af Mrs. Leroy Russell, Mrs. Har- 15TH ANNUAL this notice or they will be forever barred, old Wager, Mrs. Glen Kincid, Date of the first publication of this notice is 2nd day of October, 1954. Mrs. Ethel Merkt, Mrs. Aubrey Amelia Pearce Executrix of the Davis, Mrs. Mike Burdega, Mrs. B anquet above estate. Soil Conservation Cornelius E. Collier Attorney Lawrence Zimmerer, all from 414 Hyde Bldg., Spokane, Wash. Deer Park, a, nd Mrs. Harold (Oct. 2.16) - , MOERISON & HUPPIN Asheabren'ner of Pie ty. w.,o... Honoring the Fa of the Year NO.= TO CEm),TOS East Ctheney grange meets rmers No. 7639 .. In the Sulmor Court of the Stet :hi evenhg at8 p. m. of Washington, in and for the Oounty M d Mrs Art Halvers In the Matter of the Estate Of PERSONAL MENTIONS r. arl on JOHN HENRY HOPKINS, deck. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Mayfield, Notice is hereby glven that the  ;- signed has been appointed AdminbtrattLl 0Debbie, Da and iChael of the above estate in this Court and has qualified acordlngly, and that all pemons having claims affginst said de- kar*e for the DitLet of Spokan - State eeased arsrequlredtoserveclalms, dulylof Washlngton -":'" Oct 3 1964 7:30 p verified: with .necessary v ouc.hers upon | CASCADE INDUSTRIAL LOAN CA)., a , m. zae unaers:gneo orrison  luppln 604 J eorlration, Plaintiff vs. JAM A.   Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wahir.gton er J HUSTON, Defendant uPu D. N. Morri the attorf.y of[ To James A. Huston' Defendart::'.. " - record at h,is office at 604 Fidelity On Septembe 16. 1964, ave n Building, Spokane, Washington and plairJ.iff filed a claim again, t :a. - ": E.W.S.C. Student Union Building file such claim witih proof of You are notified to appear tn  .... such service In" the off/co of the or by attorney oz) or at an,y time before " " clerk of the above court at tha City of 9:00 a. m. on the 4th day of l,ovember, Spokane, Wgshtngton. within six month 1964, at the office of the above etitled after the first publication of this notice, court at the aonty Courthouse, Secon4 Turkey Dinner only $2 00 or they will he forever barred. Floor, Mallon Avenue enCran, and ad- Date of the first publieation of this mit or deny the above claim. If you dey notice is 2nd day of October, 1964. any part of the claim then the co Tick ! th d Helen R. Hopkins Administratrlx of clerk will set the case for trial at a eta or sa e at per " the above estate, future date. D. N. Morrlson Attorrly If yon al, to appear  o answer. D Pri [ 604 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. judgment will be taker against you by i opt zes (Oct. 2-16) default as demanded in the claim. The object of the suit is er,'foreemen :"p d D'y WM. B. IUNKER of payment of a promisory note i writ- onsore The Cheney Jaycees 905 Pauen Bldg.. Spokane, Wash. tng. Issued by: William B. Iunker NOTICE OF SUIT 905 Paulsen Bldg., TE 8-4404 No. 8492 Ellsworth Gump, Jr.. Judge Justice Court of the County of Spo- (Oct. 2-16) rBOND PURCHASES rriday, October 2, 1964 Chancy Free Press FOR CHILDREN A|DS EDUCATION You can rela x when you're covered by "Savings Bonds purchases through the years: or family[ education funds are .helping I ninny boy arid g,!rls start col-I icge this year, Volunteer [ Cmnmunhy Savings Bn,ds [ C imirm, an Edward Betz repTt- I ed here today in his monthly SAFECQ sales release. INSURANCE The chairman noted thal Victor Wilson Insurance 408 FIRST ST. CHENEY SPECIALIZING IN HEATING OILS Standard Oil Distributor 235-6378 CHENEY Thank You ... . . . to all who attended the New '65 Plymouth Car Showing at CHENEY MOTOR CO. your presence was most important to the successful acceptance of the new models.., and helped make our Grand Opening com- plete. Cheney 235-4564 Page 5 Patronize Your Advertisers il