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Famo.s Quote arl ieI ]]a diorn sk About 15-Day Trial Offer NEW CUSTOM HOMES - 3 bdrm homes ready to occupy, rncludes w/w ear- bkidtchen appliances, full basement, 1, baths. rm & family room, kit. w/eating space $12,950. DUPLEXES 2 bdrm, duplexes w.'w carpet, kitchen appliances. take trade. LOTS IN NEW AREA that new custom home, FHA has a new program for w'n,othing down to $15,000. Also can arrange conrventional fiaancing, for new homes. Ken Morlan Widmer Realty  FA 8-4004 lot 50 x 100 on Fern & streets. See Clarence ' sl7tf built,in oven and eoppertone. Sti2 in boxes. $120.00 ol-8 bedrooms, 2 baths, Ex- living room, fire- birch kitchen znd dihwaShor, ! gtrage. Ed Doterl Real , 't24 1st St., 235-4050. oStf cow, one.hf Gern- milking STmrt- 235-6519. o8p 3/ tan ft bed. R. H. excellen candRion. $395.00. 235-4516. o8 Tra41er house, one wtl-to-vatl car- 235-6860. See at " FORRENT Large, beautiful, new 2 bed- room apartment. Adults only. 25"5-4017. If no answer. call 235-6585. s3tf Three bedroom older, close to college and schools, 6th at Cedar, has range, refrigerator, $75.00. Call Tri-State Realty,! 235-4778. s24tf 4 oom house w/bath; 5V2 mils from Cheney. SChool bus by the door. Call 235-6304. ol-8 2 bedroom ,apt. for rent, aun- dry ,and storage. 5'22 N. l lth 235-6374. 08 2 trailer houses at Sunset Trail- er Park. 235-6258. o8 Two bedroom, un'urnihed lmme. Close in, utonmti heat. Avai}a.hle Nov. 1. Plone 235-6863. o8tf Furnisled one bedroom apt. l e "Gleanings by Gall" As c,hairman for this area of intend meetings explai'aing the "Mother's March," Mrs. the machinery of the orgamza- James Jo,hnson is being sent tics, their goals, and how they : Seattle this coming Sunday hope to acc0mp,lis,h them. Also :-rod will remain there until ,ltending from Cheney will be tha to,flowing Tuesd,ay. She Mrs. William Tavenner. and area chairmen will As active as Mrs. Johnson is in the important work of our community, she also fi'ad, time to entertain. Dr. and Mrs. Jokrs,on lad as dimaer guests George Okawo from Pearl City, tIawaii, and his dughter, Jirmy, and ,her roommate, Miss Lynn Takas,him,a. Both gi'r a,re .students ,at EWSC, and ae members o,f the college Ha- waiian club. Mr. Okan,o is a member of the state legisla- ture or the state of I-aaii. Dr. and Mrs. Jhns0 have been advisors c[ the EWSC tawaiian clu,b for an, mnber tot years, and have contributed much effort and interest to the orgarfization. TAKE A CHA---N . . . FOLLOW YOUR IMPULSE IIave you ever in the mid- dle of the day had an impul'se to take a trip? If you have, bare you real, ly, honestly done it! Wel.1, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert had the fun of 2ollov- ing the impulse of the moment as they recently flew to Port- land, Ore. and back aain on the same day. They visited Mr. ,and Mrs. Harvey Fisher of that city. Mr. Fisher is a rep- resentative of the Federal !Cartidge Company. They en- joyed a delightful dinner with the Fishers before they board- ed the plane to fly track to western Washington. So, you see, there's great pleasure in folowing such an impulse, as a perfect trip was enjoyed. KNIFE AND FORK CLUB FEATURES FINE SPEAKERS Speaking in Spokane at the Knife and Vork Club lt Fri- d'a was Dr. Robert Kasmayer. HAs topic was "Our Changing World." Dr. Kazmayer is a re- search man who has interview- ed key personnell concerning world clmn,ges, and lo spent lt slimmer tori:ng cities all over the world to see the ma- jor etmges which are occur- ring. He rmted how these chanes affected our own ,a, ay of life. Attending the dirmer and lecture were Ir. and Mrs. Lloyd VandeBepg, Mrs. H. N. Stronavh, Jean Stronach Gard- ner, Mr. and Mrs. Ed D,a'les, M"ms MiMred French, and Mi Merle J, vhnson. October, 1955 The sixth annual member- :.hip campaign of the C'heney Commu.rdty College Concert zssoiation was hunched Me.n- day, when assocmtion members and guests gathered for a dinner in the sma,ll dining room of EWSC Louise Anderson |tall. Gheney Lions club members are busy planing for their big d, an,ce to be held Saturd,ay in the city hall auditorium. I,normation from C%eney druggists and physiei'ans indi- cate th,ere is an ample spply .o,f vaccine on hand. tt must be used within the six-month period, ,or else be di:aded on the expirati.on date. An urgent plea for blood bank donations has been is- sued by P, aul Jeffrey, comman- der of the Clmney post of the American Legion. Lt. Col. Morritt Johnson bft Monday by pIane for New Of leans to attired the rational eonferece ,of the N,ati.onal Guard's. Dr. I)on S. Patterson, the first native of Wa,sh4ngton o serve as president of EWSC will be maugumted at cere- monies in Showal,er auditor- ium this Friday afrnoon. He will be .the 15th chi.ef ad- ministra,tov of Vhe college. Gibson's Prices 10 Years Ago Potatoes, No. 2'- 50 lb. bag 75 Pineapple, 15 oz. tins .... 6/1.00 Fall' Squash, Ib ..................... 3c Sausage Rolls, Ib ......... 3/89 Coffee, 2 lb. can ................ 1.77 Washington (None finer grown) Fresh Grade "A" Whole Chastek & Loreu Bldg. Spokane, Wash. OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE 78482 Court of the State of in and for the County of Matter of the Estate of IARTVIGSON, deceased. Washlnon. Oouty of Spo- that Norman F. C. T. A. of the has rendered and presented to, and filed in the Super- Oouny, State of Final Account as such C. T. A. and & petitio for of d estate, in which asked to ettle sold :Estate, FRESH FAMILY VISITS O,,* ' a $65. S. 420 Coeur d'Alee St., ,.. --ffi   / ---- , Mrs. Level Pa had the ...... v Spokane, Wash o8 ]" n[   [ [ thrill1 of :having not iust one, S .......... r r  r r .JJ but both of ,her brthes amt PECIAL Aptment, refrigerator and il B B  B Jtheir famil,ies visit her for W'-'-=-. -.  range. Utilities paid. 235- ]five days last week. Dr. aTd diangacoins.PrmeFree apmr u. 4050 ..... ostf so.. _,__,__A A l Mrs C G Craig are from Red |1. . -/Deer, which is 0cated in A1 you,do not wbh to , WORK WANTED ....... , r :  ...... ; I berta, Carmda, and Mr. and IrsI: 3L, neney ....  . . iot Guaranteed outboard motor re- [ Mrs. W. V. Crmg are residents *- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Fresh cutp.up ready to cook ]of aids, Alberta, Canada. AI- R REAL ESTATE Phone BE 5-4400. tf I L @ _] tlough Mrs. Patmore h, as v" Call Tri-State Real-,, B |  a .......   ; J ited brth brothers in Canada aoys rang, my name hour , , , Cheney, Wash. 403 , . ... ' '. ' many time's, this was the first or oay. lviamre, expenencea ' , at, Phane 235-4778. a#.o  w ............ , ] elther of them lind the op0- 10-1tf ' " ..AArmour s Star Smoked [tunty to visit their sister in "sal-e--"' 'I |en|ee J ,[ C lmney. It was a special time IN;  ''i. Len * WANTED " ,]r'""l' .... 'Us JIL for aE! ied cothlng, china, Wanted 3 turkey hunrters. 235-[ [CHENEY AAUW MEMBERS .??d:s, furniture. ] 6586. oSp l Any Thickness [ ATTEND SPOKANE MEET ; wm De maue any ............ The Spokane branch of the Bones ... lb. 98ClAmo.00an of ' to dates set Metho- @ FOUND ..... nnaespndrlSet of late model Plymouthl [versity Women met lst Satur- a,n, T=,, wo.  ....  [ keys m Cheney Me, or ke[ .......... Jday .at nooR on he Rtdpeth -- ,u., .as. ,_,a.,. eroer s 3tralneo 4'/2 oz i ,  ' '*' I holder. Owner may pick .thegn I  I Roof. This is an interm,tionl -_ " Jup at Chermy M!otor Co. 08 ]am  ]organization tha.t sppms dif- i - - ........ I I ma sy gV#, l Ieert educational needs ' USEN & GEIKILL O I . , , " i! eUty m . sp,ane HELP WANTED Thezr headquarte,rs ar loca.t- c o PRIVATE SALE I !U JN3 ...... 1JL s " " F **A,. ESTATe. l eMEN OR WOMEN WANTED  M, F. L., Jr. at- i -__P92s . .. =: I -- I I temded,a the meeti,ng as: reoard- 'Penor uuort at lrJle ta.t f 1  ' ' " ] [ ' '  tn and fat the  P r or full tme. Clmase your  mg secretar of the Spokane Co  of o Betty Crocker -- 18V oz. Y . [ hurs. Earn$2-$3perhour., . ... Ibm,ch. The speaker or the ,'tN DfctbedEa*te ..... :i Forl interview phone 235-4685[ ,,,.ver mixes [ program was John Finley, a rehy ien tKt in om-/ s24ff I " t former Yakima lmol teacher. the oraer of Ch)urt entered ........ ,, Ve entitled cause, the u.d-'l [ d --..L.--.. ha. [ HIs subject was E4ucaon, 'iuistratrix with will annexed l" distribute the property to the heirs] ULllJ [IAn Antidote to Povortv" lVlr e 18th day of Octoher, 1965, [ or persons entitled to the same a.d[ r ....  ........ J-;.1,,. ;..+ 4, ,,, +" " owlrg described real estate: ,| tiischarge the said AdministratorC. T.A.I it**j  a ,m ,,m rune ,art ..... of Lot 5 lying South all and that Wednesday the 1oth day of No [ I emltoved_ x' in Olvmviav in h' e anmng parallel with and 40 | vembr, 1965, at the hour of 1O o'eolck a. ] ] OffOlp m o :" , . of the North line of Garland [ m., at the Courtroom of our Bald Suprior j lAW #,  , . , _._: ........ rector o.f. Econ Block 2 of Vista Hdghte t Court, in the City of Spokane, in ald I 1 MIM| J om Opportumty and ,hs task to theCity of Spokane,. in the] S pokar*e County, has Ln duly fixed for [ ||i| J VlVqVeqlmu also cover --a +' Job  uounty oI poKane, Stare oz l ue nearing ana settlement of ald Final I [  tal   IJ, ?, kown as 1608_: Garland. J Account and Petition. for Distribution, ] FL .... sm p I toject Head, art, Oommunity me at oom *#9Z l*1(l.JlSy l at waicn time ana place any person In- | |n--Ua m I1 Ie I Action Council and 'abeut kane. Washing'ton... -- tares ted in' said estate may appea r and I illl)q . . L IH3e IJt I . ' i. sale property must De zue ms excepuons in writing thereto I j wnen In,' commumty SerlCe, d addressed to the under- and contest the same. [ ] On Oct 14 I^ mIn-,ers f tratrix with will annexed Dated this 6th day of October, 1965. [ [ .... . - .. -- L ' to her or her at t?.rneys Coo._E. Fallquist, CountyClerk ar, d JSweet Flame Tokav line uneney AAUW DOOK glrup mluress, or tlle wltn the t)lerz at the uperlor Uourt -- 'will meet at the home of Miss above Court. at or before By Ealph V. Renwlek. Deputy, I Grapes Ib 1Sol 18th day of October, 1965. (Oct. 8-22) Jean Gardner to review the L or ch and ne in .... , book, "The Female Mystique." where the bid is less than. Richter, Wlmberley & Ericson Spokane, Washington October 1'08 ONB Bldg., Spokane 1, Washingten Thits iS a book written by Bet- NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE A Thrift Store "Red Hot" ty Freedan ad as aLh/eved E. Paterson Adm|nlstratrix No. 77624 Bargain -- U. S. No. 2 Grade much pp.tarity and stimu- annexed, Superior Court, Spokane County, Wash- Gemmill ington, late(] groat interest paticu- ,o. ,. o, ,,. o, ...N..9 --uu00rade0000p among wome, readers. Bldg., Spokane, Wash. ANDREW STROMBERG, deceased. Charles Hedtke wl lead the (Oct. 8, 1965) State of Washington', County of Spo- '--' 150 Ib bag discussion that even,ing. Notice is hereby given that Paul H. Richter, the Administrator of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to, and filed h the Su- parlor Curt of Spokane county. State of Washington a Final Account aa Admin- istrator and  Petition for the distribu- tion of said estate, i which tho court is asked to settle said estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and discharge Paul H. Rich- ter, and that Wdnesday, ovember 3, 1965, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m., at the courtroom of the Superior Court ir the City of Spokane, in said Spoksme County, ha= been duly fixed for the hear- ing and settlement of said Final Account arl Petitio for Distribution, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his ex- ceptions in writing thereto and contest the sme. Dated this 6th day of October, 1965. George E. Fallquist County Clerk and PLENTY OF PARKING YOUR Cier of the Superior Court Richter, Wimberley & Ericson Attorneys at 'w. Suite 708, OPEN 9 TO 9 SERS * oi National Bank Buildin Spokare. rashington 99201 (Oct. 8-22) I,ap,h Dersdfiag of Spragu who have also been participat- in,g in the group r a long time. It was a gala time, for both the women and the mn had i,:,iteresting events planned for them. The m en, of course spent a great deal ,of time try- ing to pick off those clay pjg- eoas. The wornen e,njoycd ptaying bridge and can,asta and if they were venturesome they also tried traps.hooting. Part of the program cnsisted o,f in,itiating new members. Dr. n!d Mrs. James Jo,hnon of Ceney were among the new inJti,ates. Saturday evening the ban- quet ws he'Id and it was one of /he higMights of t'he wek- end .as d,eRcious food was served and dancing fc1]:owed A l'adies' breakfast was fea- tured on Suaday m)rni:ng. Mrs. Loyd Holhday wh, o was in charge of the decorations fa, shne.d unusually lovely floral pieces which he had m,ade from beautiful bird feah,ers. She featured c,]ors o,f blue and green, ,nd of bright orange. Their un,us,ual- ne,s,s and beauty set the break- fast o,ff to a good start. The incoming vice chief ho will f0ffow Mr. tt0.1ad,ay is Jack Agen of Shelby, lont. Thks next year pronise,s to be buy and ffod one for the Hol- adays. What an exce;1,1ent s,at they hve made, for Lucil]e Bladay received a trophy as rurmex.up in the trcide tour- nament his weekend 'while Hohday was ,out with the trapAppears Yes, you guessed it . . . ihe" also won a t rphy ! GUESTS WELCOME Mr. and lV[rs. DormM Horn of Spokane vally and Mrs. Robert Iorn wire wore former Oheney residen will be the guests of Dr..and Mrs. Oscar ahnson next week. The late Mr. Horn was a Northern Pa- cific agent hare, and Mr. Don ttorn  at the present time assist,n freight agent r the Northern Pacific for the Spo- karm area. These ave very special guests, a the Dn Horns wore married n the ,/olmson's honm some 18 years :ago. Lue Jettison played the wedng marCh for the couple, and so the Johrrso.n home lolds tappy memories for them all. ACTING POSTMASTER E. W. Brewer Jr, Medical hake-ei clerk and treasurer, was rmtified Monday by the Friday, October 8, 1965 Cheaey Free Press Page 5 Plans Ready For School Lunch Week National Schwa! Imn,c'h Week, Oct. 10 to 16, will be observed in the Cheney schooq cafe.terias by sewing f.:>od mos pop,utar vith the chil- dren. Bulletin bads, c,aladM camera shots, and an invita- ti,on to paren,ts to have lunch with their children at the adu.l,t charge of 40 cents are a !part of the week's pogram. A event is the an- n,ual bsses dinner iven by the Spokane County school hmch persormel-for superin- tenden.ts and principals. The theme "Schoi Lunch Serves Child H.atth," is Jn rec- ognitioa ,of the program's vaiue and achievements dring its 19 years of opera ti,an. To make sure tla.t children parUcipating in the lunch pro- gram wiI,1 receive a*s much as one-half their dietary require- ments each school day, the Ag- rieulturaI M.arket Service s:ip- plements the faeces purcbased locaIly with donations of aduLndant agricuttur,a] pro- dtlcts ad cash a.aaista,ace. These amount to some 23 per cent of the tota program cost: child'en'  payments take care of s'o,mc 56 per cent o,f th cst, and state and 1,0cal sourc- es pay the rest. Ms. Ruth Storly, food s.- pervisor, said the Chney Sehoo,1 District served over ] 21,000 meals spending a}most $21,500 for food and milk, moly in 1,0col food markets. An average of 680 ekldren pr diay enjoy the noo;n lnu- ches for 30 cents which in- cl,udes milk. Needy chddven pay red*ueed prices or nothin,g at all. TERRy M. LARSON Antique Shop Open Museum Pieces 235-4516 Ye Olde Auction o-8 Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS .U00TO EXCESS ACiD QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST Over five millto packages of the WILLARD TREATMENThavebeenold for rdief of symptoms of distress arising from Stomach and Duodenal Ulcers due to l- Ceu Acid--Poor DIlmtl, Sere'or Ullt Stomach, Gassiness, Halrtburl hssnass, etc., due to Excess Acdd. Ask for "Wilhlrds Message" which fully eqdal thin home treatment--h--at OWL PHARMACY Careful drivers pay less with Cascade auto insurance. If you arc a safe, sensible driver (and 8 out of I0 motorists are) you can save up to 2% on your auto insurance by buying it through Cascade. Do you get less because you pay less? Not at all. Cascade gives you the most for your money-- omplct coverage, prompt claim service and economy. Think you qualify as a saf drlwx? Then why not give us a call sooa I II t Cascade Insurance Comty I[||l Ul[ FAIR INIRAN| SIgP Sezttle Ronal office of the home on leave from bt train- United Sta, tes Post Offe that ing at San Diego vi,ithng his ED DOTEN he ha's been designated as act- plarent% Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ing posm,asr of Medical Larson of 2022 S. Garden AGENCY Lake effective at 1 p. m. Fri- Srngs Road. He is a June day, Oct. 8. Mrs. Gladys Gill- graduate o. Cheny hh CHENEY more is retiring Friday after sclto0] and will be sti, aned at ma,n..y ye ,ars supervision of the Great Lakes Naval aining 2 anon edAcl Lake mil. StatiOn for 15 mnths. Autograph ..... 00Party NEW PRESIDENT ELECTED Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Holiay attelded the anntml "Hi Yu', 0rganizati,an weekend Which was held at the I-yden Lake Oou'ntry Club the 25th and the 26th of Sptember. Th is w, hee and whe Mr. Hoaday ws elected the rmw ymsident or "Indian Chief" of the Hi Yu group. It is inteetizg to know that tMs trap shoin, g organLatian ws founded as long ago as 1934, and 'has al- MISS CECIL DRYDEN EWSC Associate professor emeritus of History will autograph copies of her book, "Light For An mpire," history of the college written f@r the 75th anni. versary. Copies aveilable at the Book Store at $4.75 Wednesday, Oct. 13 8:30 A. M. TO 10:30 A. M.  1 P. M. TO 4 P: M. ways been a very ave group. M.been artdmembersMrS. HolladaYsince 1951 Student Union, E. W. S. C. They were accompanied to Hoyden Lake by Mr. and Mrs.