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FIED00  FOR RENT 2 hahs, Ex- Large, beautiful, new 2 bed- !:ulld&apos;/eelliving rrmmkfiro; [ room apartment. Adults only. 23'5-4017. If no answer. call 235-6580. s3tf Ed Doten Real 1st St., 2354050. o8tf :faust sacrifice 51 v'ol- tlamrard Classics plus reading guide $250. washing machine Faculty Hottsing dar & Huron St. o15p .rocker, best offer. o15 comp. 60 gal tank i Three bedroom older, close to college arm schools, 6th at Cedar, has range, refrigerator, $75.00. Call Tri-State Realty, 235-4778. s24tf Two bedroom, unfurnished home. "Close in, automatic heat. AvaKabl.e Nov. 1. Phone 235-6863. o8tf 8' x 33' Trailer .bouse, one bedroom, wall-to-wail car- poling. CaE 235-6860. See 'at Sun,set Trailer Court. o15 "Gleanings Being sent to Viet Nam are thou:sands and thousands o,f men from the sma!i commun- ities, the large citi:es, .and from rural areas. One of the many will be Lt. Patrick Kennedy who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kennedy of this city. In a telephone conversation with his larens he said that be would be sent to Ft. Bragg, for additi, onal training before being sent overseas. He hopes to return .home on leave in ,order to spend Christmas with his family. After the h)d.ays Viet N, am is hs desiration. 17TH BIRTHDAY A SMASHING SUCCESS Birthdays are always fun to have. Celebratirg her 17th birhday with a pizza g-t:o- aether dinner was Miss Karen Brown. Her guests, Peggy and Nancy Steiner, Sherrie Orrlob, Jerry Charlton, Barbara Hos- sum, Gay Swegle, and Gall Miehaelsen, enjoyed a wonder- ful dinner and also pMyed tunes .of the past on the Brown's player piano. The eve- ning ended aIl too soon for everyone. Steam $300.00; '48 Ford, % new tires and engine $275.00; ton, 4 speed w/8 $550. Trade 1961 Brier station wag- tractor with oad- 25'5-6573. o15-22 sclool desks-- 401 I St. 235- 045 good eonrdion set, 4 chairs ae Rocker $10. o15-29 Cream and gld day- $169.50; al.,so oil and The Bargain First, plhone 235- o15 Ho,lland stoker fur- with l con- 235-4516. o15 wheel dr. 1/z ton Excellent co,ditien Studebaker 2 dr. tnsport. $85.00. o15 SPECIAL price for US corns. Free ap- do not wish to First St., Cheney jl9tf REAL ESTA Tri-Slmte Real- Wash. 403 Phone 235-4778. 10-1tf i'Sale on Oct. 31 Nov. 6 in Legion cothing, Chitin, goods, furniture. will be made any- to dates set. Metho- have sponsored for to Carl Hen- John Van Brunt. 08-22 cleaner 1320 3rd St. Call 235-4778. o15ff New 1 bedroom Apts. For Rent 306-310 N. 11th See Manager ol5tf WANT TO BUY Building lot or house close to campus. Call 235-4025. ol5tf w WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service Phone BE 5-4400. t! Babysitting, my home, hour or day. Mature, experienced. Mrs. L. Eoff, 235-6579 ol-tf Ironing: Experienced. Free ,pick up arid delivery. Call 235-6812 after 6:00 p. m. 1 New 2 bedroom apts. for rent. Fully carpeted, new ranges, MEETING SCHEDULED refrigerators and a:tmdry fa-1, The astern .Washn,gtn cilities furnish,ed. Students ti,tege raemty wives-acmy 1 may share. (?an be seen at[ Women have made pl,a,ns fr, i their fall meeting ,according to Mrs. Raymond P. Whitfield HELP who is the fall committee chairman. The meeting w.i.ll be bold Oct. 22, a, nd the EWSC 75th anniversary film, "Win,as of Truth" wi,i be Shown. At a reeen,t meeting at the hfolne of Mrs. D,ermld S. Pat- terson the committee chair- men were announced. Among the women appointed were Mrs. Marion H. Surheek, enter- tainment; Mrs. Robert Bender, invitations; Mrs. Robert Reid, refreshments; lrs. Ke,nneth C. Swedberg, lospiVality; and Mrs. Norman Thompson, activ- ities calendar. MRS. HILTON TRAVELS Mr. and Mrs. Earl ttilton, (Betty Thompson) who were recenEy married in Cheney e visi.ted by. Mr. I-Iilon's her, Mrs. Earl L. Hilton. The new couple, who are re- siding in Seattle, ,ave busy in- deed, for both Betty and Karl are attending school and are also working. This is Earl's seTfi year at the University of WashingtOn and this wi be the beginning of Betty's jun- ior year. o15 TRIP SHARED -- A special guest at the veffu- WANTED--FEMALE lar meeting of the Youiha Fe]- Experienced waie,ss, three morning shifts, two miel- laneous. Fireside Restaurant, 809 First St. o15 O WANTED Building lot wanted, private party. 235-6513. o15-22 TO GIVE AWAY FREE--EngliSh pointer re. male, 9 months old. Phone 235-6502 or 235-4952. o15 I for one at[ HELP WANTED STOP DRIVE-IN [ .... _ r with prchase| MEN OR WOMEN WANTED gas at VIRG SUN- ._... I, Fur Lakes, ! Part ar full time. Choose your good orgy Oct. [ .hours. Earn $2 - $3 per hour. 7-9:30 a.m. For interview phone 235-4685. o 15 s24tf Hamblen. Gilbert & Brooka 011 Paulsen Bldg.. Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY No. 66180 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington ir and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ROSA D. MALONE, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Clarence T. Freeman, in his capacity as lmin- istrator, with will anexed of the above Estate will sell at public auction for cash or on terms the following descried real an<l personal property : Tract E. Sub-dlvislon Lot 10, Block 4, Hartsons Resurvey of Lots 3 and 8 Hartsons and Townsends Highland Prk Addition fu the City of Spokane, Washington, Courty of Spokane, State of Washington, to.the highest and best bidder for cash or terms. This sale will be held or October 25. 1965 at 10 a. m. at South door of Courthouse, Spokane, Washington. Clarence T. Freeman, Administrator with will annexed, of the estate of Rosa D. Malone, ded. Hmnblen, Gilbert & Brooke, attor- neys for administrator. 912 Paulse Building, Spokane, Washington 99201 (Oct. 15-22) Campbell & Elkins . t Bldg., Spokane, Wash. IP'TTLEMENT OF ESTATB Io. 76644 Court of the Sate of and for the County of of the Estate of i J. HOPKINS, deceased. County of SIx> given that Margaret Administratrix with will above estate, has re for settlement to the Superior Court of State of Washington as such Admiuistratrix annexed und a petition for of said estate, in which asked to asttie said Estate, to the heirs or to the same an discharge E. Hopkins, and that day of November, 1966, o'clock a. m., at the sOr said Superior Court in pokane, i said Spokme flxl for the hr Final Aeet Distribution, at whleh any person interested may appear and file his Writfng thereto and con- day of October, 1960. County Olork the Sulmrlor Court. Renwick, Deputy 0ct. 15-29) WM. E. HENNESSEY 1102 East Sprae Ave., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS N. 80060 In the Superior Court ef the State of Washingto in and for the Coun/y of Spokane. It* the Mutter of the Estate of ESTELLA ALEXIEVE, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Administrator of the above Estate In this Court and has qualified accordingly, aud that all persons having claims against aid deceased are required to serve claims duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upo the undersigned at North 218 Crest- line, Spokane, Wushin,ton or upon Win. E. Henneey, the attorney of record at his office at 2102 East Sprague Avenue, Spo- kane, Wash., and file such claim with proof ef such service ir 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 15th dy of October, 1965. George Aiexieve, Administrator of the above estate. Win. E. Hennessey, Attorney 2102 East Sprague Ave., Spokane, Wash. (Oct. 15-29) PATROHIZE YOUR ADVERTISERS B. IUNKER Bldg., Spokane, Wnsh. OF PRIVATE SALE REAL ESTATE No. 79839 rlor Court of the State of and for the County of of the Est.e of deceased. that Wesley J. as Adminis- above estate, will sell at for cash the following ests : Subdivision of School 5 North, Range according to plat record- "D' Of Plats, page 100, ' and County of Spokane, 2o the highest and best De submitted in writ- he left with the attorney 905 Plsen Building, Bids will be re- dute of sale. be made on or after of October, 1965. The Ad- the right to reject Robinson Administrator ker, Spokane, Washingtor* of Minerva Anderson (Oct. 15) lowship of the United Church of Christ was Wealthy. Orlib: Wes, *aecomp,aed by Ken Everson, spent severa mmths traveling through Europe. The boys took many pictures dur- ing their travels, not only in Europe, but in the Umted States as well. Of special inter- est were the pictures of the late President Kermedy's grave at ArRngtn Natioml Ceme- tery in Washington, D. C., as CALL FOR BIDS Well Driller's Attention Sealed bids wiII be received by the City CIerk of the City of Cheney, Washington, until 8:00 p. m:, October 26, 1965 for drilling deep well in Sut- ton Park in the City of Che- hey. The sealed bids  be opened at the Ootmcil Meet- ins :a 8:00 p. m., Nov. 9, 1965, an! publicly .read lalud. Spec- ifications may be obtained from the City Clerk at the City ,or from Olarence E. Simpson, City Engineer, N. 909 Argonne Road, Slmlarm, WaShington. Attest:Roy Foss, City Clerk (Oct. 15-22) ORDINANCE NO. F-58 An Ordinance setting and esabt4s, hirg he grade of North Sixth Street extending from Oakland Street to the North City Limits and provid- ing  the effective date .here- of. The City Council of the City of Cheney do Ordain as FoI- loves: Section I grade of North Sixth Street in the City of Cheney ext:g "flx)m Oakland Street north to the North City Limits is set and estabiished at the grade shown on that certain .map now on file with the Cfty Clk of the City of Cheney prepared by Cltznce Simtxn, City Bnneer, and entitled "City ,of Cheney Ar- terial Street Improvement on North Sixth Street" revised to August 16, 1965. Ssction II This .erdirmnce shl be in full force and effect five days Mter pasvage, a,Weal and publication. Introduced and adopted this 12h day of October, 1965. Approved by te mayor this 12th day of October, 1965. Nol'an Brown, Myer Attest: Roy Foss, City Clerk Approved ,as to form: Merritt A. Johnson, City Attor- ney (Oct. 15, 1965) m 00obY Gai," I es r:?hSelideoysf::lg:2tPg'aiCn I their foreign travels. Owia to tbe listeners of the hour and th,e deire to see the remain- ing ,pictures, the group decid- ed that We murat return again soon. Wes and Ken were gone for over two and hatf months and made the complete trip, in- cludr,g t'h.er boat fare over and back for the sum of $650. This was an inspiration to us all, for it nade us reaize that it is possible to travel ad not spend tlmua:rds o,f dollars. Aftor the tour of Europe via Wes' slides, devotions were given and refreshments were served. WEEKEND VISITORS Spot, dins the weekead of Sep4. 2rd in Cheney were Mr. ad Mrs. Douglas Jackson of Seattle. They visited Mrs. Jackson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kennedy, and Mr. ,and Mrs. Waldo Ja,ckson who are the pare,vts of Mr. Jackson. lVlr. Jackson is attend-J ins medical sehaal a:nd Karen is a teacher in the Se,attle seh, ool system. Mrs. Waldo Jackson was re- centt7 operated on at a Spo- kane hospital, but returned home last Saturday. Se will resume teaching after a peri.od of recurperation. MRS. H. STEVENS HONORED Mrs. Harold Stevens, who is district director for Mu Phi Epsilon, .an international pro- fessional m u s i c srority, poured at the reception last Sunday in Spokane which Was given for Miss Virginia P. Marks 'of Washington. D. C. Miss Marks was presented in a corn:eft by the Spokane alumnae chapter at the Unitar- ian churcb. She was a co-win- ner .of the sorority's Sterling Concert Series Artist's compe- tition at the 1964 native,hal con- vention in Lin, coln, Neb., and since then has been on a con- cert tor through,out the. coun- try under the sponsorship of Mu Phi Epsflon. There is also a naetive chapter of the soror- ity at EWSC. PEO MEETS Mrs. Patrick Whitehi and Mrs. Archie Horrffelt were hos- tesses to the PEO chapter for an evening meeti'ng at the Whitettill hme last week. Twenty.one members were present. Mrs. Richard Roos presided at the business meeting. Nor the program a book re- view was given by Mrs. R. L. Mieb.aetson. NEWS TIDBITS Mr. and Mrs. W"iam l>lek - er and small d,a,ughter, Leslie, I flew into Spolane last Friday] evenirg to spend the weekend[ in Cheney which is the former J home of Mrs. PIucker. She is[ the daughter of the hie Dr. [ Craham Dressler and Mrs. I Dressier. They stayed at the home of the R. L. Micbaelsens. Mrs. Edwin Dummeier and Mrs. William Mohs were guests for Sunday dinner before the Pluckers left for the return trip to Seattle. VISITORS FROM ABROAD The Dr. Raymond W:hiffield family has as a house guest Miss Bernadine Whitfie,ld. Mists Whifietd retired 18 m(nchs ,afro after an exciting career ef 20 years as an officer in the Preign Service. It has been four years sines she has visited her brother, Dr. Whir- field, and his family, in Mun- ich, Germany, when Dr. Whit- field wa's on a sabbatical leave from EWSC two years ago, and traveled to various pces in EuV0oe with 'her. A career in the Foreign Servi,ce has stationed Miss Whitfield in many interesting aves a over the world and so travel- ing has special pleasures for her. She has spent the past 18 months "jaunting" around in Europe in the co.unries that she enjoys the m,ot such as Italy, Greece, Spain, and Pot tugal, and a,lso visiting friends in New York, Washington and ,across the United Stas. She Friday, October 15, 1965 Clermy Free Press Page 5 has been in Cheney for the Ion guides for college programs past two weeks and wffi be {on mititary bases.. This paper leaving next week to visit rela- [ wesented - the Federa- tires in Porthnd anti friends I:tion v,f Reginal Accrediting in California. Her final desti-]Assoeiation, .and was develop-' naton wiIt be Tucson, Ariz. led by EWSC saff members She .h'opes to spend some time 'Dr. Patterson was aso repre also in Mexico as she former- sentin, g the gher Com ly lved there. DESTINATION: WASHINGTON, D. C. As president of Estern Whirgton State College Dr. Don S. Pattearson presented a paper in WaShington, D. C. sion of the Northwest Associ. ,ai, on of Secondary and I-Ii, gher SclooI's. He returred to Cle- ney the first of this week. Mke each day a critic on the l,t. I II Instant Credit! At Spike's e e FALL SALE SNOW TIRES Unlimifed Guarantee BATTERI ES Guaranteed Againsf Failure ANTI-FREEZE Guaranteed 1 Year 00USE ANY CREDIT CARD HERE ! NSTANT CREDIT! We AccePt Dept. Sfore, Resfauranf, and Hotel Credif Cards Spike's Phillips 66 OPEN 7 A. M.  11 P. M. EVERY DAY 706 FIRST PHONE 235-6666 i Low Pre-Season Prices on Al:s Auto Parts New Winter Tires NEW INSTANT CREDIT for holders of charge-plates and national credit cards. NO MONEY DOWN! FREE MOUNTING! for 6.50 x 13 tube- less blackwall, plus tax and 2 old tires. 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