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Carter Now g Band y School C. C. Carter, son of ltrs. Cl,arence C. Car- .... North 3rd St., has 8elected for members,hip Military Acad- marching band. He will the bad's s,ax.ophone according to apt. Rob- head of the Lex- Me., academy's music and ba,nd 8irector. Wentworth band has itself by its ap- before vaious mil- and at civic mad ga:therings, loth off the campus. With- years, it has de- a snap drill whi'ch favorable Commems praise from specta- Squares On Saturday with the Hallow- rit, the Spokane Park l.s sponsoring a square at the lom- Ikes hall, Saturday, Oct. 23, to 11 p. m. Caller will be Cy Crosman. Anyone inter- ested may sign up ut this time for lessons which are given every Saturday from 9 Lo 12 noon. Prizes will be given t.o the best costumed boy 'and girl, but it is not mandatory that everyone wear a costume. Cider and doughnuts will be served. Ms. Pat Winston Eeing Retained on Community Council The Bord of the Commun- ity Welfare Council, at its Oct. 13th meeting, authorized the retaining ,of ,an interim exec- utive, Ms. Patrick Winston who 'hs }on, g been associated I with the coun, cil as a vohin- teer ,a=,d recently served as president of the board of di- rectors. She was a members of the Gveenieigh state welfare study committee and is now serving on the state medical advisory committee to the Department of Publ!ic Assistance. Mrs. Win- ston resigned as project di- rector o,f Women in Commun- ity Service, Inc., to take the new position. LASSlFI SALE REAL ESTATE Call Tri-State Real_= Cheney, Wash. 403 Pitons 235-4778. 10-1if bedrooms, 2 baths, Ex- living room, fire- birch kitchen rd dishwasher, garage. Ed Doten Real 424 1st St., 235-4050. o8tf air cutup. 60 gal tank 00; Steam cleaner 1 $300.00; '48 Ford, and engine $275.00; 3/i ton, 4 speed w/8 $550. Trade 1961 Brier statmn wag- wheel traetor with }ad- 23'5-6573. o15-22 e, good condition Dinette set, 4 chairs Antique Rocker $10. o15-29 armlyzer. New condi- '52 Packard, 4 dr. tst cash offer. Plme o22V 1/25th sMe model slot racer, extra steering Wheel. Used otu's. Cost $60, will $40. At,so One used te and w'hed, $20. Weeks, Jr., Pinehurst Cheney, Wash. o22p and sausage slut-,' ut pine fireplace wood. loyd Hansel, 823 5th o22p Netted Gem taes. Bet, 237-4294, Am- o22-29 Piano to .be up nd sod. Want party in ths area small me. pyts. Also Write ov p'lene Tal)man Pian ' Inc., Salem, Ore. o22p Lustre not only rids of" soil but leaves and lofty. Rent dec- Holmes Hdwe. 022 SPECIAL price for US corns. Free ap- you do not wish to First St.. Cheney jlgtf sale on Oct. 31 Nov. 6 in Legion clothing, China, goods, furniture. witl be made any- to dates set. Metho- have sponsod for Contacts to CaN Hen- Jaln an Brmt. o8-22 Fellowship of Urited of OhaS Bazaar will Nov. 20 iaa elaurh par- 11 a.m. o22-29 lie's Handcrafts Same Location $*me Friendly Service New Phone RI 7-5900 201 Howard, Spokane  o22p $cheol Lunch Folk Hold Bosses Dinner At University High The sixth nna" Bosses din- ner climaxed a successful s,chool lunch week Oct. 14th at University high scho,ol. Dr. William Rigffs acted as master of ceremonies fr the program that f'llowed. A film, "Starvation Without tIun- ger," was shown. lach chrapter presented a part o.f the enterai.nment. Sharon Gall,way gave read- ings and "The Clic.o Kickers" directed by Dennis Warren repre.s.ente,2 the Cheney-Medi- cal Lake chapter. The,re were door prizes f0r a few of thelucky cooks and a FOR RENT Three bedroom older, close to college and schools, 6th at Cedar, has range, refrigerator, $75.00. Call Tri-State Realty, 235-4778. s24tf Two bedroom, unfurnished home. Close in, automatic heat. Aaitable Nov. 1. Phone 235-6863. ostf FurniShed ore bedroom apt} Handy location. Letter Apts. 705 First, Ph'one 235-6553. o2f Furnis'hed home at Cer Lake. Need :steady ten,ants. BeaCh front and dock. 1 bedrooms, $75 onth. Call Medical Lake 299-3810 mornin'gs to see. o22-29 Furnished 2 bedroom 40' mo- bile rhyme. $65.00. WAlnut 4-5308. o22ff 2 bedroom a'pt., stove and re- frigerator included. Call 25'5 6374, 3}4 6th St. o22tf Large quiet furnished view apartment, private home. $100. Gara'ge, utilities exce electricity, Phone 235-4612 022 New 2 bedroom apts. for rent. Fufly carpeted, .new ranges, refrigerators and atm ,dT fa- cilities furnished. Students may hare. nan be seen at 1320 3rd St. Call 235-4778. o,15ff New 1 bedroom Apts. For Rent 306-310 N. 11th See Manager ol5tf WANT TO BUY Building lo or house close to campus. CaI1 235-4025. ol5tf WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. ['hone BE 5-4400. tf BabysRing, my he,me, hour I r day. Matu, experienced. Mrs. L. Eoff, 235-6579 ol-tf HELP WANTED eMEN OR WOMEN WANTED Part or full time. Choose your .hours. Earn $2 - $3 per hour. For irterview phone 235-4685. s24ff e WANTED Budi'ng ,kt Wanted. Private party. Jim Urruh, 235-6869. 022-29 CARD OF THANKS We wish o thank our kind friends and neightmrs for their words ,of sympathy aml beautiful floral o.fferiags in the passing of ,our brother Wal- ter Fees. We also wish to than the Rev. Don Ross f)r his fine talk and a1o the Lakeland Vil- lage ,a,ff for their vondevful care and kindness for so many Dora Canady and WaRer's ieces and nephews. 022 fun night far all. Mrs. Ruth Story atte.nded a s,e,h,,l l'un,ch adlmin,strato,s' meeting in Pullman Oct. 15. The w'o,men met with Mrs. E:a Simpson who has been ,a,p:p,inted to sue,cecal Mrs. Agnes Ftzger:a4d ,as Washing- tn State SChool Lu, n, ch super- visor. CALI, FOR BIDS Bids are hereby called for one 1966 Four l)oor Sedan to be lmrchased by Spokane Courtly Fire Protection District No. 3 whose uldress is 1321 Second i St "eel, Cheney, Vrashington. Spe(,ifica- i tions as follos: I One 1966 Four Door Sedan, Ford, Plymouth, Cew'o]et (.r equal, 119 inch or Oq(,re wheelbase. 383 or nil)re CU. in. engine, 4 bbl. carburetor, 60 amp. alter- hater. Heavy duty 66 ))late. 70 }ml), hr. hattery. Automatic lraosmiaior, limit- ed slid d[fferen,'ial al)l)roximately 3 to ratio, thermal drive fan or olual, heavy duty radiator, power or power assist steering. ]CC emergency lamp flasher, dash mounted with indict m ligth, courtesy light pa('kae. Variable speed windsshiled wi )ers with washers, transistnr radio. Tinted and banded windshiehl, fresh air heater with dual defrosters, front and rear seat belts, two sun visors, seat he|t retractors. In- side day rMte mirror. Vehicle to be fully undercor, ted. Paint to be fire ehi.f red, t|er.vy duty Vinyl int,rior, color to be determined at time (ff bid opening. Tires to be 6:70 x 15 Michelin X available from Merlin Ti-c Company. Spokane, Washingtc,n. Optional hht item : Bucket seats in front. Bidd*rs shall specify .aarateed date of delivery. The CommisMonecs of Spo- kan County Eire Protection District No. 3 shall have the right to reject ary and ,ll bids snd waive irregulari- ties. The Commiioners will execute necessary Federal Tax Exemption Cer- tificates. All bidders, by filing bid, shall irrevucably agree, to furnish equipment in full accordance with the above speci- fications. Bids may be filed with Art Bean. Chief or Elmer Luiten, Secretary at 1321 Second Street, Cheney, Washington and will b opened publicly at  regular meeting of the Commissiuners at the above address Saturday, November 13, 1965, 1:30 p. m. All bids to be priced F, O. B. Cheney, Wash. Bid forms to be used as follows. Total unit price .............. - ...... :Less lderal Tax ............ ....... Less special allowance to District ................ - ..... Less trade in on 1964 Sta. wagon ....... , Net delivery l>rlce ............ -- ...... Plus Washington Sales Tax .... - ..... Net Cost ...................... .--- 1964 Ford Galaxy Country Sedan to be tra41ed may be seen at the above address. i By order of the Commissioners of Spokane County Fire Protection Distrlct No. 3 thin 14th day of October, 1965. Elmer Luiten, Secretary (Oct. 22-29) CORNELIUS & CORNELIUS NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 80245 In the Superior Court of the State[ of WasMngton in and for the county of onkar. In the Matter of the Estet of ALMA HELEN, FLIKKE, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undar- signed has been appointed Executor Savages to Play Central In Spokane this Saturday Eastern Washington returns to Evergreen corffevence fotball avtion Satu.rda. afternoon in a 1:30 ame at A}bi Stadium in Spokane. The Savages face p0erful CerAral Washington Sate Col- lege, a team picked ,by many bagore the season to take the Evco championship. The Wild- cats, 1-2-1 for the season, had last Saturday off arid sh(auld be wel prepared to end the Savages' winning sreak. Star, ton Big Hope Stopping the Savages means stopping Mel Stanton, the ex- Lewis and Cl, ark zll-city ar. A senior, he has acconnted fer 772 yards, 741 rushing, 31 p:ising, and his 148.2 yards per game average in rushing puts him among the nation's leaders. Stanon is aIso among the t.p scorers among sn',ah cl- lefes llayers wih 84 points on 14 to,uchdoW,s. If l.he Wildcats should man- ae to stcp Stanton---and his p3orcst performance this sea- son has been 68 yards for a 4.5 average affaiRst Pacific Lu- theran University --- Eastern won't be entirely without an offense. Other Stars in Line-Dp he Savages have the No. 2 conifeFellCe rusher in Don Riding hi:gh wibh five wins lStrate, wlose 339 yards gives and n,o 10ses and nation, ally ! him a gme ,average of 67.8. ranked among small colleges, Stvate is aitso he No. 2 con- Cheney Blackhawks Beat Chewelah 19-7 To Win 2nd Place By Gary Thurow The Cheesy Blackrhawks climbed into second place la Friday night by beainR tim Cheweah Cougars 19-7. Che- ney's first score came oa an end run of 57 yarffs by Timm Shepard in the open}ng mo- mens .of the game. Shepard later went on to score two m*me TD's. }n this particular flame Timm averaged 10.8 yards per carry. Fuback Jerry Hudson rush- ed for 41 yards, kicked one ;>oint after touchdown, puted for 84 yards and averaged 43 a,rds for three kick-ffs. Quar- terback Tom Oswald's n]y rum, pleated pass went 49 yards for a TD with Shepard on the receiving end. OswaIl  left tbe .stone wall defXse of Ohe- hey wish 11 tavMe,g and three aists. Ohney faces Mead at 8 p. m. Oct. 22 at Fisher Fieki. Mead h,a yet to win ,a game this sea0,n. of the above estates in this Court. an,, N I I has qualified accordingly, and that all ew nstrumenta oersons having claims against said deceased are required to serve claims, duly verified with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at Spokane, Washington or upon Gordon E. Cornelius the at- torney of. record at his office at 1117 Pulsen Building, Spokane, Wash. and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Wash- ington, within six months after the first publieatio of this rmtice or they will be forever barred. Date of the first lmblication of this notice is 22nd day of October, 1965. Leland A. Flikke Executor of the above estate. Gordon E. Cornelius Attorney 1117 Paulsen Bldg.. Spokane, Wash. (Oct. 22-Nov. 5) WILLIAM B. IUNKER 905 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane. Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 80011 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in,and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ELIZABETH O. JONES, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has beer* appointed Adminis- trator with Will Armexed of the above estate in this Court and hall qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said o- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers upon the undersigned at 905 Paulsen Build- ing, Spokane, Washington or upon Wil- liam B. Iurker the attorney of record at his office at 905 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Washington and file such claim, with proof of such service in i the office of the Clerk of the above Oourt at the City of Spokane, Washigtor, within six months after the first publication' of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publieatto of this notice is 22rid day of October, 1965. Frances Greene Administratrix with the Will Annexed of the above estate. William B. Iunker Attorney 905 Paulse Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Oct. 22-Nev. 5) terence scerer, with 32 points on two touchdowns, 17 points after TDs, and a den goal. The Savages also :halve the No. 2 pas'sev in tbe conference in quarterback George Cross whose throws have gone for 407 yards, a game average of 81.4. And Eastern has pass receiv- ers Dave Hansen and Dean Adams, listed N,. 4 and 5 among Evergeen receivers, each ,averagin,g more than 24 yards per ,game. Adams is at , amon, g national leaders in punt returns with a 29.1 average. Central's Record God i C ertral, on the Lher hand, J tops ttte conference in rush- ill,g defense, in four games ]l, oiding opponents to oly 170 p.[ays for 416 yards, a 104 yards per gme average. A win Saturday will also tie I Eastern's all-time single sea- s,a winning streak at six, a feat accomplished only three previous times, in 1936, 1948 and 1950. Most consecutive vic- tories for the Savages is cight, accomplished three times, in the 1936-37, 1937-38 and 1948- 49 seasons. Airway Heights Mrs. Alta Baldwin of Pull- man is visiting her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olson. Mrs. Ed Otson is around again af,Lr being hospit'alized and at home, the past weeks. Mrs. J. A. Monaffhan of Fairchild Arms Motel is much improved .after having, major surgery. DEN'S BEAUTY SALON Our busy beauty salon is under the ownership of Don Smith, who came to our town in 1958. Don is 'a ntive of Mrtana ad past president f Akrway Heights clmber of eomanerce. COUNCIL MEETING The regular council meeting wu held last Monday and sevra'l iinterested townspeo- ple wev present. A spicy dis- cussion was be!M. over "dogs". There may be a petition tak- en up f,r an.d against havm them safely tied up. Pancakes were served by the firemen in heir hall, Satur- day, Oct. 9. Bach .supper that is .heki, the cooks improve. How about baked beans soon, boys? Mr. and Mrs. Jim Havtgans, o,f Irene's Jewelry sove are 1"rio Sets Recitals In commemoration of the Eastern Washingto State Col- lege 75th anniversary, a Fes- tival Arts Trio ila. residence has been formed at the col- lege. Members are Marvin Mutchnik, vie}in; Wia'm Wkrton, cede, and Dr. James Ed'monds pian'o. The EWSC Festival Arts Trio will present .a pv0gvam of chamber music each quarter on va.mpus, ,ad is a.ISo avail- able for off.campus engage- ments. First program will be Nov. 7 as a presentation of the Spo- kane Symphony chamber series Onampus debut will be Nov. 9 when the trio will play Opus 11, Tro, by Beeth)ven; Ops 87, Bra*hms, and Ops 99 by chubert. The trio will also be he,ard Dec. 5 in the Tri-Cities Cbffee Co,necrls Symphony Series, and again at EWSC J'an. 18 in a chamber series program. In addition to Imblic per- forman'ces, the group is avail- able to conduct clinics as a team .or on an in!dividual basis in punic ,shools a,rd jtmior colleges throughout the state. Check the want adv. each week. vacationing in the east, in New York City :and Montreal, Can ads. They pl'an to return home Nov. 1. Our Caatadarts celebrated Friday, October 22, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 5 ered dish luncheon Wednes- day affe,ntoon in her h, ome. Those present were Mrs. Don Adams Sr., Mrs. Hugh Mar- row, Mrs. Roy Cook, Bertha Boene, Mrs. Earl Simpson, Mimmie Erickson and Alice Shade. Mrs. Aua Evans of Red- ding, Calif., was a guest. A speedy recovery to Mrs. Jim McAdam, wife of the fifth grade teacher at Garden Sprirgs, who has been in the hospital. ack Lindetl imily are buiMing a new five bedroom home en Assembly Road and hogs to be into it by - m as. ALl you neighborhood hobbi- Maple Leaf Grocery Across from Geiger Field Telephone TE 8-1223 Your Neighborhood Grocery NEW STORE HOURS Monday thru Saturday 7a. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. oltf ts be sure you stop rote ene o:f the 'new advertisers and see their complete }ine of craft materia before yu start your Christmas crafts. Gle and Gertrude will be halpy to see you at The Creative H,and,ft StucKo at 1920 W. 4th (Sunset Blvd).. Mr. and rs. Emil Konrad mad aanily have as their guests her sister nd husbal, Mr. ad Mrs. J, ohn Aipperspach of Pessenden, N. D. They will spen a week mre. Mr. and Mrs. Art Shilliam and Aln were y din- nr guests of Mrs. lareIme ShiRm. Airway Heights Grocery OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A. M. TO 9 P. M. Fresh Produce Meats, Gro- ceries, Toiletries, General Merchandise. D. A. Jaquith Get your Free Press here jy23tf Dr,ve In Fried Chicken Juicy, Tender, Ready In 5 Minutes ................... E9c , BURGERS, SHAKES ORDERS TO GO AIRWAY HEIGHTS CH 4-3914 Creative Handcraft STUDIO Latest Ideas In... PLASTICS - CANDLES - FLOWERS Complete Line of Craft Supplies . Open Daily 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Evenings by Appointment Group or Individual Instruction GLEN McWHINNEY i 19"20 W. 4TH (SUNSET BLVD.) RI 7-4.565 their ThanksNvin*g Oct. 11. J Many Briti'h Columbi,a cars were seen around. Mr. and Mrs. Fred B}ake of Prosse,r were weekend guegts of lr. and Mrs. Buel Waddell. Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt CHURCH NEWS A lot of donated time and materinlz .have gone into the revent rem,od,g of the Gar- den Springs Commtmity Church. A new entrance to the basement was made, mvre pews lave been added. A curbing and side walk for the i houtse and parking also lmve been added. Fotr new doars lave been dormted, painting ma,d stone turn,ace work @one. The elmch s getting ixtto first casse Shape. Tkieen new members have jet'ned the church. Efleen Len,ae, dtughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cure, chert and gvanddatghter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coaken was re- cenly dedicated at fle church. LUNCHEON HELD Mrs. Florence Shiliam en- tertained her etub at a coy- i i _ II I Be Sure to See... This Documentary TV Show THE NON-POLITICAL 'Young Man From Boston' Story of John F. Kennedy, the Man From 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. Thursday, October 28 ON K R E M-TV CHANNEL 2 SPOKANE Spoored by the. Oheney M)tor (3o. ud other Plymouth delors of the a. A tmme success wherever shown. Cheney Motor Co. 1st & G Sts. Phone 235-4409 II ,CIALS!! Be sure to Listen to the Wo;k lar $|2.98 Crepe Sole| I , WSC VSll CWSC Boo,, Football {lame Large Assortment of " Womens & Children,,; OVER Snow Boots Station KSPO--1230 TheSe Broadcasts Sponsored by ........ Cheney Dept Store SMITHJEwELERS, CHENEYDRUG, SPIKE'SCYCLE, CHENEYMOTORsAND GIBSON'S THRIFT *TORE II 1