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RED WITH SHOWER lrne,lle McCall, the of Milton E. Orl,b, recen,tly at a kit- at the home of Geschke. Tven- guests presented the t0be with manic gifts. were Miss Bonnie Mrs. Wayne FifieId S,hevry Bre,cden. Hart Is Promoted To Staff Sergeant Goose Bay, Canada -- Harry J. Hart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob tlart of Medical Lake, hias been pr3m.ted t3 sta.ff ser- eant in the U. S. Air Force. S,gt. tta,rt is an adm.in)i,stra- five specialist at Go,so AB, " LASSiFIEDt i i i FOR SALE Four Lakes duplex, two 2-bedroom units re,nted at a month each. $6000.00 total price 20% down and t(Lrms. Large comfo,rtable 2 bedroom home in Four Lakes, large living rom carpeted wal to wall. Exe.rstve remodeling 2/3 basement. 2 ear arage, p'piances $8950.00 with $1,000.00 down and easy terms. see to appreciate. Two nmre Wilson ,homes nearing completing, posses- possible in early December. CALL BILL GESCHKE OR LLOYD HAM Tri-State Realty, Inc 1ST CALL 235-4778 CHENEY, WASH. fied Rates--S cents per with 75 minimum (or Minimum adv. not in cash will carry a 15 charge. SALE corner lots with trees, 41h Clay. ExceHent 50 x 100 reasocmbe. 235-4505. nSg old, at .Imane. Good $500 down, $60 Ed Doten Real Estate. 1st St., 235-4050. nStf YOUR REAL ESTATE Call Tri-Ste Real- Chene,y, WaSh. 403 Street, Phone 235-4778.1 10-1tf ;) FOR REN1 .New 2 bedroom apts. fo. rent. Fully carpeted, ,new ra,nges, refrige,rators and hu,ndry f.a- all, ties furnished. Students may share. Can be seen at 1320 3rd St. Call 235-4778. olStf Two bedroom 'apt., eag, eieci heat, "$90: -Wd0rie 235-6374. or 322 N. llth. i n5ff i I- IT wo bdroom house tvaler, furnished. The u.to Ma, i lrm., 675 W. First, 235-6258 nl2f For rent--Fine m,obe trome 10' x 55' -- water partly fur- nished. $65.00. CalPl RI 7-7687. , n12-19p ard chair. Apartments n.ow availble. eonfliti, oni. 235- Alice Atom Ap)artments, n12 1221 First St., Chancy. n12-26 sewing ms- Spacious 2 be,dream apartment used once. 2354561. newly decrated but reason- rd2p able. Convenient to ery$ng. unit f ua, n,ished apart- Phone 235-65'50. n12 Medical Lake, one 2 two 1 ,bed rovm. hat. Private entrance. PY 6-2186. nl19p sae Friday Nov. 19 from 12 a. m. at Chen,ey Mag- . sop, by RoTal Neighbor e. n12 year old three bedroom fenced in back yard, dawn, $105 pew moth. at 616 Vi.lard. n.12-19p proven carpet cleaner Luster is easy on the Restores forgotten col- Rent electric shampooer ttomes Hdwe. n12 New 1 bedroom Apts. For Rent 306-310 N. llth See Manager ol5tf WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conco Service, "Caracia. He is a mclnbe.r of the Strategic Air Command, Amer- ica's lzg-range nuclear ,;m,b- er and missile force. The sergeant, who is for- mex'ly of Che,welah, is a grad- sate of Jenkirrs high sc!h,o.,l and attended Merced, Gahf. ccliege. i*ale Cenvaiescing At ieme in Cheey Millard Hale is c':;a;ind ) his h;me, c'onv, a,Ie,scing fro,m a kidney attack he sa.ffeved w,hile he and Mrs. ttale were on a weekend trip to McMin.a- viT.2, Ore., last week. After a day in a Po.r'tland h,%..pitM, he was s,e,nt h,:lne c.n the p,lane. Their children, F, arl :a,nd Fran- ca Hale, wh'o bad ben with thrum, drove the car h,0me, ,ar- riving on Sunday. WILLIAM B. IUNKER 905 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Wash. SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 180002 In the Superior Court of the State of Washinrton in nd for the County of Spokane. PATRICIA RAE KEMP, Plaintiff vs. GREGG WALDO KEMP, Defendart. Stnte of Wshington to the Defendant, Gr(.gg Waldo Kemp: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first pnblicatlon of this summons, to-wit: within sixty (601 days after the 12th day of November, 1965. and de- fend the above entitled action in the above entitIed court, and answer tbe complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer oz) the uodersigned attorney for plaintiff at his lmstoffice address below stated, and in ease of your failure s;, to do. judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of said complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. This action is commenced by the plain- tiff, to obtain a divorce from the De- fendart on the grounds of cruel treat- merit nd personal indignities render- ins the Plaintiff's life burdensome. William B. Iunker, Attorney for Plaintiff Posttrice Address : 905 Paulsen Bldg'., Spokane. Wn.. 99201 (Nov. 12-De. 17) FLORER, GERRAUGHTY & GEORGE 317 Symons Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 179647 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingtoe in and for the county of Sr,ks. In the Matter of the Receivership of BOGGS & DAVIS. INC.. a Washirgton corporation, Debtor. Notice is hereby riven that the nndr- signed has been appointed Liquidating Receiver of Boggs & Davis, Inc., a Washington corporaticm, in'this Court and and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said Boggs & Davis, Inc., are required to serve claims, duly verified, with neces- sary vouchers, soon the undersigned Receiver at 317 Symons Building, Spo- kane, Washington, and file such claim with proof of such service in the of- rice of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington, with- in 60 days after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publicatior of this notice is the 12th day of November, 1966. /s/ Arthur E. Florer Liquidating Receiver of Boggs & Davis, Inc., a Washington corporatn. (Nov. 12-29) B. J. GALLAGHER 424 First Street, Eheney, Wn. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 80395 I the Superior Court of the State of Washington in arl for 'th*Tx/On of' Spokane. Ir the Matter of he Estate of WILLIAM PORTER PARKER, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Extcutrix of the above estate in this Court tnd has qualified accordingly, and that all persons havir claims against said d e- ceased are required to serve claims, dul'y verified, with necessary vouchers, upoo the undersigned at 205 Pine Street Cheney. Washigto or upon Ber- nard J. (allagher, the attorney of rec- ord at his office at 424 First St., Che- nay, Washington and file such claim wth proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane. Washington, x, ithin six months after the first publicatic of this notice: 6r' they will be forever barred. Date of the 'first publ|cation of thla notice is 12th day of November, 1965. Maude Lena Parker Executrix of the above estate. Berrard J. Gallagher Attorney 424 First Street, Cheney, Wash. (Nov, 12-26) WILLIAM B. IUNKER 905 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. I;9839 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingtor* in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of MINERVA ANDERSON, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Wesley J. Robinsor, in his capacity as Adminis- SPECIAL Phone BE 5-4400. tf trator of the above estate, will sell at a good price for US Babysitting, my home, hour Canadian coins. Fr.ea day. Mature, experienced. if you do not wtsn o or Mrs. L. Eoff, 235-6579 113 N. 3rd St., Cheney ol-tf jgtf It,ome nursling, eompaon al please am. I will nrrd d.o your lvair on .at reguhr piees. CH 4-9673 or I.ma route 1, box 140, Spo- formerly of Wider's Shop. n12-6 tlm Airway Heights PTA smorgasbord t ,sctrool Th,urschr eve- N, ov. 18. & INSTRUCTION OPPORTUNITY MEN EARNING LESS THAN $1,000 PER MONTH should be investigatir*g tmte and other 1o claims for adjusting firms. :Expenses and car furnished. We trMn you in you spare tim and give Placement service ; you:keev onr job ur*til ready to switch. your location ; men are needed everywhere. For persmutl in- in this are to see tf you Can for this specialized training once to" AMERICAN CLAIMS DIVISION 3455 Eut Bayaud Ave.. Denver, Colorado 80209 I,12p ELLANEOUS Lewis, electrical contrac- Wiring arid repair. C he- El*ectric. Phone 237-4341. nSfff WANTED care of e,ldea'ly or malcl. Baby sitters avai2a,le. Ironing pcked tp ,and delive'red. Lig lusekeping, call Jay McNall, 235-4929. n12 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY High earnings first year, (rp- erate part or full time, men or vom,en, rrdnmum invest- ment, early retixement ixteme pssible. Send qualificatims to Mnerican Eaterpvize, fine., Box 52, Chancy, Wash. o29tf LOST Long haired mate kittens:. The kids vnt him ,back. Ce4ric Colne, 235-6306. n12 Ie.xl Male Dachsund, 0mswers o Rusty. Children's pet. Ce- cil Clmrlton, pIone 235-4128. n12 Large, young, shiny Mack tam cat with white tmder- m,arlngs. Missing two weeks. C,anact Bill Crippen, Booth's Taiev court or call 235-4406. n12 Lost Medical Lake area 1 cow 1 calf, 1 2-yr. heifer. Alil Heveo'ds. Branded 4 cross ar- row right hip. Cantaet Pal.ph Schirr, Sprague. 237-2805. n12-19p FOUND Ladies wrist vcatch, owner identify and pay far adv. at CheneT Free Press. n12-19 for St. Vtneen,t De Society furmtuxe, c]kh- sbes, rgenly needed. laj Mad@ux 235-68i4. nSf private sale and for cash the following described real estate : Lot 12, Block 9, Subdivision of School Section 16, Township 25 North, Range 48 E. W. M. according to plat record- ed in Book "D" of Plats, page 100, in the City and County of spokane, Washington to the highest and best bidder. Bids must be submitted in writ- ing and may be left with the attorney for the estate at 905 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Washington. Bids will be re- ceived until the date of sale. The sale will be made on or after the 22nd day of November, I96G. The Ad- ministrator reserves the right to reject ary and all bids. Wesley J. Robinson Administrator William B. Iunker, 905 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Washingtor Attorney for Estate of Minerva Anderson (Nov. I2, 1965) Xerox Photo Copies Best copies in the busi- rmss. ,rrmde on the ,big 914 Xerox machine. Low in cost, taps in quality. No ,harm to ori, girml--it does not move lhrou'gh machine. Speedy sevvice. The Kopy Kat 1002 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane Phone RI 7-8111 nStf CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are avail.able for educaUon- al equipment and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room ]21, Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1965-Juy 1, 1966) m i Friday, November 12, 1965 Cheney Free Press II " ii!ii  II Tempus Fugits (Or Time Flies) Page 5 BEFORE AFTER ROADSIDE IMPROVEMENT--This picture supplied by the Spokane County Park and Recreation department shows pri- vate land adjoining a Spokane ccunty road that is being beau- tified by the owner in accordance with the FederM Road Beautification and Conservation plan. c;cr,.g cf Moral Az:d thicai Values Cn Eeeting Agenda On Nv. 12 :at 4:30 p. m. in the Davenp,rt hotel, the Wsh- illgeC0,n Education ass'n wifl h'old a press cnferenc c'n "Teaching Mo,val and Ethical Vaiu,es," tle the*me of a WEA S,pokane eonference for edu- cators and citizens o,f the state o WaShingt0,n. The main conference will get underway immediately f,oBo,wing the press con, ter- ence. The fo,Howing ke7 pcr- sonn, el from the co,n,fe,rence will be attending the press coferenee: Carl Jense'n, supt. Iii,ghline School District, Seat- tie; Rev. Wili, am Hills:, rector, St. a,rk's Anglica, n church, Va.ncuvor i]and,; Tom Ha- n,n, asst. supt., King county public sebools, ad Jim R,oady, president, WEA department of el)assroo'ln teachers. Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Vade- Berg lave as a guest his moth- er, Mrs. Fern an, deBerg from Wiseensin. lraa Group at I C..,lege Pledges 3 Local Students Two Chey udents at EWSC and one frem arhall have been peciged to tke EW- SC Rho Ita cast o,f Apa Psi Omegas, n, atianM dramatics hon,,rary. They are JerroTd L. $Mm- son, son of J. Lyrrmn John,son, Jr., Terril S. McDoa)o,uffh, he daughter of Dr. 'arid Mrs. WI- liam G. McDono,ugh, and a'mes N. Merrill, san o Mr. md Mrs. leh,ard R. Mea'rfl Ma'rshall. J,ohns;on, a mathematics nva- jor, and Miss MeDonuh, a drama major, are bath ;reih- nlen. Merr, a S.olhomore, is a j,ournalian major at EWSC. NH are graduates of Cheaey high sc,laol. WEATHER Max Min Pre. Nov. 4 .............. 53 41 .00 Nov. 5 .............. 50 36 .0O Nov. 6 .............. 53 37 .00 Nov. 7 ................ 38 .00 Nov. 8 . ............. 50 39 .99 Nov. 9 .............. 45 32 .04 Nov. 10 .............. 45 35 .11 Ed Doten q Agency But You Can Still Get ready for winter! LOOK AT THESE FALL SPECIALS Grade A Pre-Finished Mahogany Paneling 4x7Ft. $3 19 4x8Ft. $3 49 SIZE SIZE 16 x 24 FIBERGLASS INSULATION ECONOMY REGULAR THICKNESS, Ft. 4 V2c 7c THICKNESS Cedar Shelving and Cabinet Board Clear-for book cases, etc. 1 x 8 per ft. 16c 1 x 8, per ft. 22c 1 x 12 per ft. 26 Storm Window Kits 39c Door Sweeps .... 78 Weather Stripping, roll 1251 (Enough for one door or window) Vinoform Weather Stripping, r01e 1.19 Door Draft Stops, set ... !.95 ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOOR INCLUDING FRAME $29 95 AND ALL HARDWARE ........ SPECIAL Cheney Building Supply On The Highway Norm Hove 235-6243 For Faat Service on PHntlng . . . The Free Press Printglmp Now! '66 Chevelle Malibu by Chevrolet Two racy new hardtops A clean-sculptured new sport coupe with recessed rear window, and--for the first time --a 4-door Chevelle Sport Sedan. Pick from 12 racy-look- ing new Chevelles in all for '66. Not only will you find more variety in the '66 Chevelle lineup, but even more of .what makes a Cheveile a Chevelle. Say you pick a new Malibu Sport Sedan and specify the new 220-hp V8. You've got yourself quite a machine. Or pick a Malibu Sport Coupe, equip it with the new Strato-bucket front seats, and order the new 275-hp V8, You've got yourself even more machine. Or maybe you'd like to pick a new black-grilled SS 396 Coupe or Convertible. (Standard engine is a Turbo- Jet 396 V8 with 325 hp. And there's also a 360-hp versio you can specify.) Now you've got yourself the most. Which '66 Chevelle for you? The answer to that covers a lot more ground than we can here. And that' where your Chevrolet dealer comes in. '6 Cht'v( Malibu Sport Coupe (foreground) and new 4-door Malibu Sport Sedan. See the new '66 Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy II, Corvair and Corvette at your dealer's 4149e Brown and Holter Motor Co. 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY 235-6231