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NT ADS00 SALE FOR SALE Custom Homes" and 4 bedroom homes in district. Ready to eccu- after Oct. 1. Select your lot and have custom home built. FHA conventional financing. Realty, Ken Morlan MA 4-1288 s25tf to: sale. Bill&apos;s "66" Ser- station, Tyler. For de- phone Tyler 421, eve- s25tf 2 door, v8, stand- transnlission, after 5 p. call 235 6386 or see 713 St., No. 8. nl3p and Stratton gasoline ins 1! hp., good condi- $75. Terry Kruse, 18 W. nl3p oak step table $4, Ken- wringer type deluxe like new $35. 609 W. n13 Rambler Classic sation Lgon, very good condition, 235-6670. n13' i INCOME PROPERTY 7 unit .apt. each 2 bedrooms,. AH leased Near college. and 3 bedroom duplexes location. Ken Morhn WIDMER REALTY i 603-4 Columbia Bldg. Phone MA 4-1288 n13tf OLDER HOME very good condition. wiring. ood comps- roof. Double garage. toss, ion on large lot. DOTEN REAL ESTATE St. 235-4050 n!13tf LOST spaniel lost a,bout 8 west of Cheney, Re- Phone 235-6331. nl3p FOUND @ FOR RENT 3 bedronl duplex, eating space in kitchen. Liv. rm w/fire- place. Ken Morlan, Widmer tealty, MA 4-1288. o23tf 5 bedroam house, 2V2 miles out on Cheney-Sp,angle road. 235-6519. nl3p Two bedroon], farm home near Williams Lake. 237-4224. n13 2 bedroc)m house, very clean, with attached garage. Oil: heat, refrigerator and stove furnished. S. 326 Brower, Med- ical Lake. For information call WA 4-4698, avenings, n13tf Three bedroom house at Med- ical Lake, Contact Q. J. Le- fevre, Davenport, Wash. n13 Very nice 1-bedroom furnis,hed basement apt. Electric heat, private entrance, washing ma- chine. Children welcome, no pets. 503 W. 2nd, corner Wash- ington and Salnave road. Avail- able Dec. 1. Reserve now. See everAngs. IIU 7-7815. $65.00. nlStf Two bedroom house available Dec. !0. 1102 2n'd St., 235- 6586. n13 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 and Canadian coins. Free up- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414V2 First St., Cheney jl9tf For well drilling, "Try Lee Fry." 30 years experience. East 10211 9th, Spokane, Wn., 99206. WA 6-0303. s18-n27 Uon Oil service station,, Che- .ney, for lease. Phone nights, Spokane, FA 7-41,22, or KE 4- 0476. s25tf Studio girl Cosmetics and gifts. Cleo ,lohnson 7801 Exeefl, Spokane, Wash. o2tf BLUE Lustre not only rids car- pets of soil bu leaves pile soft ,and .ty. Rent electric sham- poser $1. Hohnes Hdwe. 11-13 WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf Woman exp. in general affice work desires part time or full time work. 235-6298. t nl3p rearling steer in East I. u=.D .,^,-r.-n 7 area. Call 235-4944.1" ' .......... ar, d pay for adv. and[R-eg nurse at Cheney Nursing n13-20 Home H.ours 7 to 3. Phone ....... 235-6549. o23tf Gilbert & Brooke Bldg.. Spokane 1. Wash. [Woman to cook ,and part man- SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR age restaurant. Write Box PUBLICATION 'A c/o Cheney Free Press. No. 176282 n13 Superior Court of the State of in and for the County of I J and Southern Life Insur- a corporatior*, plain, tiff, R. Cochran and Laura Coch- and wife, Maxing V. Ja- widow, DeVerne M. Jacobs, Jacebs, Eric Jacobs, Janice Ja- the uknowr heirs of Verc E. deceased, and Western Credit Co. ans. of Washington to the said WaN and the unknown heirs of E. Jacobs, deceased, Defend- are hereby summor'd to appear sixty (60) days after the date of ,lication of this summons, to- sixty (60) days after the 13th November, 1964, and defend the I entitled action iu the above entitled and answer the Complairt of blaintiff, av, d serve copy upon the a under- for plaintiff at below stated; and irh case of to so do. judgment will against you according to of the Complairmt, which filed with the clerk of said the cause of action herein set to foreclose a certain mortgage by Bevan' R. Cochran arid Laura husband and wife, to J. L. & Co. ar;d thereafter assigned which mortgage is re- Book 621 of Mortgages, page is upon the following described to-wit : 23 and 24 in Block 1 of Hugh- and Chamberlina Arlington First Addition, according to recorded in' Volume "C" of Plats, the City of Spokane, Spo- Wushngton further object of said action the defendants of all right, title estate in and to said premises Lhe right of redemption provided Glhert & Brooke Brooke Attorney for Plaintiff Bldg., Spokane, Wash., 99201 of the above estate in this court and has qualified accordingly, arJd that dl persons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 409 Spokare & :East- ern Building, Spokane, Washington or upon Harvey Erickson the attorney of record at his office at 409 Spokane ar.d Eastern Bldg., Spkan'e, Wash, and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of te above court in the City of Spokane, Wash., 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 13th day of November, 1964. : Harvey Ericksor Executor of the I above estate. Harvey Erickson Attorney 409 Spoakne and Eastern Building, Spokane, Washington (Nov. 13-27) Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 75851 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ANNA E. KROLL, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that Lucille Patterso Cadwell, the Executrix of the above estate, has rendered arsd presenCed for settlement to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spokane County, State of Washingtori her Final Account as such Executrix and a tition for the distributior/ of said es- tate, in which the Court is asked to settle said estate, distribute the property to tho heirs or persons etifled to the 'same, and discharge the said Exetmtrix : i and that Friday. the llth day of December, 1964, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a.m., at the Court room of our said Superior Court, in the City of Spo- 13-Dee. 18) ,kane, in said Spokane County, has bee HARV.EY E RIC.]KON -- . [ duly fixed for the hearing and settlement ,Is Uiag.. pegane 1, wain. ]of said Final Account and Petition for OTICE TO CREDITORS [Distribution, at which time and place No. 8260 ] any person interested in said estate may Superior Court of the State of appear and file his exeeptione in writing , in and for the Coun/oy ef thereto and contest the same. [ Dated this 10th day of November. 1964. Matter of the ]ate of] Geo. E. Fallquist County Clerk and ,RKEB, deceased. Clerk of the Superior Court. hereby given that the under- By Mary B. Gearhart, Deputy been appointed Executor (Nov. 13-27) ':P WASHINGTON GREEN : M ,11 People, Spots In The News' i III '1 X00,7o possible forerunner of supersonic .... air liners, lifts off Edwards AFB, Cal. on second test ttight. It llas potential 2,000-mph speed[ i iii00i with WHAT'S' 1T? Actually, it is an "S"--new corporate sym- bol atop Sheaffer Pen plant in Ft. Madison, Ia., isible at night for 15 miles. Ratcliffe To Demonstrate Welding Methods A welding clinic wiil be held at the Cbeney High Sclmol farm shop Tuesday, Nov. 24, at 7:30 p. m. Bud Ratcliffe, technical rep- resentative for the Euectic Welding Alloys Corp., invites all interested persons. He will Pix Theatre Schedules Matinee The Pix Theatre will pre- sent two all around frnily pic- tures this weekend. "Ro," a true African sa- fari animal picture and the full length film of "Hey There, It's Yogi Bear" in color are slated for the double bill- ing. A children's matinee Satur- discuss new methods of weld-day efternoon , begng at ing alu, minum, m,agresitm, pot 1:30 will also showy_both pie- metal, cast iron and mild steel, tures.. Manager Wam Kropp A very simple but revolution- said 'the matinee ,was especial- ary method of hard surfacing ly arranged to give Cheney will also be shown, shoppers a little exta time to Free coffee and dotghnuts sart their Christmas buying 'will be served, early. The matinee will be out at 4:45. 100 Junior High Musicians Coming Eastern Washington State College will host an Eastern Washington Music Educators Association sight reading clin- ic for junior and sen}or high scb,ool orchestras all day Sat- urday. Marvin Mutchnik, EWSC as- I sistant professor of music and ]chairman for the event, said I I . t00 jumor high school sludents !md 100 from senior high i schools will form the two or- chestras. They will come from schools throughout eastern Washington. TEST PLANNED FOR SENIORS About 70 Cheney High Selmol seniors are expected to take a Was.h:ington College Pre- diction test Dec. 12 at Eastern Washingtan State College. The tes is required of all students planmng to attend :co.liege in the state. Aptitude and achievement are included in the test, which will be given at the EWSC testing center. It will be ad- ministered by Dr. Bernard H. Taylor. Jilltoz Jnn Remodeled Top of Sunset Hill On Highway 2 SPECIALS Wiener Schnitzel, Saeurbraten, Vienna Steak DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIAL 95 Family Prices on Delicious Seafood Fried Chicken Western Sandwnch. Tasty Ruben Sandw,ch Cafe may. be reserved for. your group droners and meet,ngs Open 6 a. m. - 10 p. m. - Closed Sundays Hilltop Inn C ate I 1. __:: Friday, November 13, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 5 ON STAGE--This bunch of spooks added to Cheney Halloween party at Pix Theatre two weeks ago. Many of them won prizes for their costumes, but. because bey are in costumes, they are not identified. See if you can spot the winners! (Crowded out last week). Poor Quality Hay, Silage Won't Satisfy Poor quality and little feed value in hay or silage may nlean that livestock ca,n fiH up on it and still be hungry Gil- bert N. Heggemeier, extension agent, reminds Spokane Coun- ty farmers. Kenneth J. Morri.son, Wash- ington State University exten- sion agronomist, points out that hay and silage are two of the most variable products pro- duced by farmers. Many fac- tors ,affect forage quality. These include the crops made into hay and sila,ge, the rela- tive amount of grass and !eg- umes present, the amount of weeds, stage of maturity of the plants, weather damage and the method of handling aM storing. 'Dairymen and stocLnen can fin,d out just how much total digestible nutriments hay and silage contain by taking ad- of WSU's forage test- lng service The forage tests provide in- formation on moisture cote,nt, proton, lignin, and estimated total digestible nu.WJents. On silage the acidity is also tested. 2he forage analysis can pro- vide information on sihge and hay making methods or next season. Knowing the actual feed value of the forage makes it possible to determine the amount of grain or concen- trate needed for a .balanced ration. Farmers who want to make use of Washington State Uni- versity's forage testing service can obtain sampling t,ools, in- structions, and samplirg car- tons from the County Exten- sion Office. ISodal Classes Seek Donations Donations of snow sports equipment -- skis, sleds, to- boggans and "flying saucers".- are being sought by Eastern Washington State College so- ci,al work classes. The more than 100 members of the classes, plus 15 students in an EWSC-stmnsored social problems clas.s at Fairchild Air Force Base. have "adopted" the Good. Shepherd Hme as part of a community service t,roject. Alfred J. Prince, drector of the EWSC social wrk pro- gram, said the equipment w be given to the home at a spec- ial Thanksgiving progra Nov. 24. The EWSC Callegians, the 14-vice singing ,group tl made a nine-week USO tour of the Pcifk Command at year I will highlight the pragram. I Persons wishing t domO I equipment ry Call  tl EWSC, Prince d, and dana- fl,tions can bepleked tp by stu- dents. CARD OF TNKS I wish to all of my friends and ,neighlmrs for the cards, flowers,  ad visits duri, ng my stay in the ,lmspil and since returni lmme. All are greatly apreciated. Hebert Certz Lions Take Orders For Annual Birthday Calendars Cheney Lians cub me,mbes have begun lining up dates and special evcngs and taking sales orders for the annual birthday calendars Committee members Earl Moss and Dr. M. F. Miller said this year's calendar will have an added feature--meeting dates of clubs :and organiza- tiors that wish to be listed will be on the ca!endar. Publicity chairman Harvey Ashbu,rn said this lisg s,hould he!p eliminate conlict- i n,g dates for special meetings and programs. He als asked club presidents wlm want their meeting dates listed to caU Moss or Dr. MiNer. The calendar drive will con- tinue to Dec. l 0. A report on the ball park project was also given a;t the regular dinner meeting Wed- nesday night at which Reardan Lions were guests. Plans are to complete ,the project includ- ing seeding the ground's against the wirter freeze. 150 GIRLS DUE FOR FESTIVAL More than 150 gls from 10 high schools in the Spokane area are expected to attend a modern dance festival at East- ern Washington State C!llege Saturday. The festival, a student- teacher participating work- shop, will also attract 10 high school ptwsical e.dcatio,n teachers, and is sponsored by Ovehesis, EWSC modern d'anee club. HAROLD D. CLARKE Spokane, Washington SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington County of Spo- kane.--as. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hon. Superior Court of Spokane County on the 30th day of October, 1964, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of The Prudential Irsurance Company of America. a corporatio Plaintiff versus James R. Older and Rose M. Older, husband and wife; Roy 1. Hoerner azM Amelia Hoerner, husband and wife; W. G. Francis and Mrs. W. G. Francis (if married); and Humble Oil and Refining Company, a corporatior: Defendants No. 174897, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. Notice is hereby given, that I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit : At ter o'clock a. m. on the 18th day of December, 1964 at South Courthouse Door, Spokane, in Spokane County, in the State of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the above named defendants in and to the following described real property, to-wit : Lot Eight (8) in' Block One (1) of Hoerner Adidtlon to the City of Spo- kane, Washington, i the City of Spo- kane, County of Spokar.e and State of Washington, as per map thereof re- corded in Book 2 of Plats, page 9, in the Office of the Courtly Auditor of said County To satisfy a judgment ir favor of The Prudeintial Insurance Com- pany of America, a corpoartion' and against James R. Older and Rose M. Older, husband and wife; Roy I. Hoer- ner and Amelia Hoerrer, husband and wife; W. G. Francis and Mrs. W. G. Franeis. (if married); and Humble Oil ani Refining Company, a corpoartion Amounting to $6,502.01, less $76.83 in reserve accouter for a total of Five Thous- and Four Hundred Twenty Five and 18/100 ($3,425.18) dollars, with tnterest at 6 per cent per annum from October 29, 1964 to date of sale, and $325.00 attorney's fees and $106.05 which In- eludes $26.00 title expense, costs and icreased costs, with on attor- ney's fees and costs from October 29, 1964 to date of sale. Given under my hand, this 9th day of November, 196. William J. Rellly. Sheriff By Theresa J. Love, Deputy Harold D, Clarke, Plaintiff's Attorney (Nov. l-Des. 4) 11-1-p 00You._. can relax0000when you're covered by S00FECO ,00sU0000NCe Victor Wilson Insurance School Directors To Meet Thursday The Cheney chol District's board of directors wi meet Thursday at 8 p. m. to discuss to major items of business, Dr. William J. Riggs said to- day. Selectingthe purclaser of bonds fr the new 'high school and a pI'eliminry report on site development will occupy the evening, Dr. Riggs said. The meeting was scheduled fr next Wednesday but it was moved to Thursday after the County School Directors sched- uled a meeting for Wednesday. WHEAT GROWERS GET BALLOTS BaUots were, mailed last week to some 3,400 wheat growers who will elect tveo members of the Waslington Wheat Commission, Marketing Division Supervisr Dor O,lson announced. The nominees m District I, hich includes the counties of Ferry, Lincoln, Penal OreiUe, Spokane and Stevens, are in. cumbent Pobert Shefels of Govan and Scott Brr, Jr. of EdwaH. All ball, pts must 'be post- marked not later than Decem- ber 2. Producers in these ds- trics :are eligible to vote if they marketed at least 500 h,ushe of wheat in 1963 ca" '64. Any eligible producer who fails to receive a .ballot should write to the Department of Agriculture a't Olympia. GORDON AND RIPPLE W. 24 Indiana Ave., Spokane, Wash. SUMMONS No. 176152 In  the Superior Court of the State of Washington in amt for the County of Spokane. Far Vest Securities Co., a corporatlo' Plaintiff vs. Cecil G. Douthitt, a signle mar; Jane Kay Duthitt, a single wom- an : the unknown heirs of William L. Douthitt, deceased; and all other per- sons or parties unknnwr claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the com- plaint herein, defendarts. The State of Washington To: Tbe unkrwn, heirs of William L. Douthitt, deceased; and all other persons or par- ties unknown claiming ar*y right, title, estate, lien' or interest in the real es- tate described in the complaint herein'; Cecil G. Douthitt an<l Janie Kay Dou- thitt, defendants. You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit` within sixty (60) days after the 13th day of November, and answer the complaint of the plalaiff, Far West Securities Co., a corporation, and serve a copy of your answer upon the under- signed attorney for plaintiff at his office below stated ; and in, case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you accordir;g to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said Court. The object of this actio is to enforce payment of a promissory note and to foreclose a mortgage against the foltov- ing described real estate : Lot Ten (10), Block Forty-Three (43), Lidgerwood Park Addition, ac- cording to plat recorded iu Volume "A" of plats, page 124, in' the City of Spokane, Spokar. County, Wash- ington,. Gordor & Ripple Attorneys for Plaintiff By John J. Ripple W. 24 Indiana Averme, Spokane, Nsah. (Nv. 13-Dec. 18) GEORGE R. NETHERCUTT '/26 Hutton BM., Speke Wsah. NOTICE TO CR]ITO No. V8245 In the uverm" Co.t of the Stete of WashtnEton in and for the Ootmty of SPokane. In the Matter of the Estate of GROVER C. CHAMBERS, deeeamd. Notice is hereby given that the undo signed has been appointed Administra- tor of the above estate in this court, and hu qualified accordingly, and that all Pemo , having claims against laid deceed, are  to rve dalton, duly verified wlth nem- wmchere upo the undersiand t Spo- kane. Washington or upon Gorg R. Nethereutt, the attorney of record at his office at 726 Hutton Building, Spo- kane, Wash., and file such claim, with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the CRy of Spokane. Wash., within mix months after the first publleatio of this uotice, or they will be forev barred. Date of the first vublieatio of this notice ia 13th day of November. 1964. G. Walden Chambers Administrator of the above estate. George R. Nethercutt Attorney 726 Hutton Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Nov. 13-27)