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Fidny, November 19, 1965 Clmney Free Press Page 5 For Sale Two more 3-bedroom homes by Bob Ison Homes, Inc., almost completed. Let us show you these fine homes now. CALL BILL GESCHKE OR LLOYD HAM 403 1ST Tri-State Realty, Inc CALL 235.4778 CHENEY, WASH. SALE i e orator Lots with trees, 4h 12lay. Excellent 50 x 100 reasauable. 235-4505. n5tf older ,home. Gi0d $500 down, $60 Ed Doten Real Estate. let St., 235-4050. n5tf' YOUR REAL ESTATE  Call Tri-State Real- Cheney, Wash. 403 Street, Phone 235-4778. FOR RENT New 2 bedroom apts. for rent. Fully carpeted, new ranges, refrigerators and laundry fa- cilities furnished. Students may share. Can be seen ,at 1320 3rd St. Call 235-4778. ol5tf Two bedroom apt., carpeting, electric heat, $90. Phone 235-6374. or 322 N. llth. n5tf Apartments now vailable. Alice Anne Apartments, Farmers Asked Io Send $. $. Numbers Io Counly Office Farmers who are receiving payments in conection with r sre is Ricvfl/a Butterloy, an ! AFI-West sil. I Leo has belonged.to the Pro- gressive Dairy 4-H club ted by lLrs. W. M. Sim, pso and Mrs. Lawrence ZiInmerer for three yera, rs nd has five dairy ani- mal's of his own at the pres- dr,,t time. He was selected by a committee of area Holstein fheney's Lilac Parade Float Fund Is Now Half Realized; D. J. Dance $1aled questing this informatian-- "Request for Identifying Num- ber-Frmer" -- together with a psa.ge-prepaid envelope, has been mailed 1o each known )roducer who receives pro- r.aln payments, to be fi.led in and returned to the ASCS' i cou,nty ofice as s, oon as con- venient. Why They're Needed He erphJned that, begin- l}ing Jan. 1, 1966, the identify- iris Soci, al Security numbers will be entered on payment- drafts to producers, and tlmy will also be used by th.e De- :artlnent o.f Agricu.lture in re- Almost one-ha, If ef the $500 'oal set for a float in the Lilac t)arade has been raised and is on deposit at tle Ch,eney participation in farm,action breeders f, or the award. p.rerams are being a'skod to Branch o,f the Se,a,ttle First let the ASCS county o,ffice [4  Wi n H0n0r al [ N'a'tina:l hank. kn'ew what their Social Scour- v *, Contributions totaling $16.52 ity numbers are. Liberlv ltigh (hooll w'ere added to the fund last Aceordmg to Wlliam M. Wednesday when the decorat- Ardemon, oh!airman o,f the -- ed contain,ors were collected coun'ty committee, a form re- Fourteen Liberty h.i:h seimo from the business h, enses. The co,mmittee, Kathy Dein- lager and Mrs. Bert Convath, said that wb:ile $16.52 in pen- nies, nickels, dimes, quarters, ha,lf-dot]ars and two $1.00 billS, is no fantastic sum, it is a few more dollars to,ward tle two- year fu, nd goal f.er a Ceney float in the I.ihc parade. "'1 am very happy that the people of Cheney are help. ing to make this proiect a success by contributing their pennies and dimes. Every penny counts," said Miss Deininger. Another contribution o $20 students earned A grades on the first quarter honor v0] and 34 students earned B atings. Freshmen  A udents: laam Bothman, Jan Dennie, Sherry tturnelt, Gl, oria Kelley and Gary Zerhm. B students: Judy Babb, Linda B,ineken, Bill Buth, Cindy Gerhauser, D,n Hodgson, Kathy Laelle and Mike Su,enkel. Sophomores  A students: Bonnie Bareither, Janet Choate, Lynn Denie ad Jackie Ha hner. B students: Barbara Gibson, Phyllis tIof- nlan, Alvin Orwiler, Marilyn Sievers, Wanda Tuttle and INDIAN CONSUL TO SPEAK HERE ON NATIVE LAND Molammad Yurms, c'onsn: general for India from Sar Fran,ei, sco, w.ll speak at the cNlege here M, onday, No,. 21, on "The Current Political SR- nail,on in Idia." Yunu, s' talk  be at 10:30 a. m. in the Student Union arid is .open to the puhl:ic. He wll speak again at 7:30 p. m. at G,nzaga University. Educated at Muslim Univer- sity, ASgarh, and at Ishmia i Do}lose, PeshawaT, Yuns took an active part in the Indian freedom movement and served o:n'g terms ef impriorne before his country gained ils freedom. Since In,dish independence, he las served s government in Indonesia, Bachd, Madrid and San Francisco. 10-1tf unit furnishod apart- Medical Lake, one 2 two 1 bed room. het. Private entrance. PY 6-2186. 1219p year old three bedroom fenced in back yard, down, $105 per moth. at 616 Vii,lard. n12-19p "a job well done feeling" carpets with Blue Lus- electric shampooer Hdwe. n19 Old, R., P. S., P. B., 4 New trans., Mint Con- $495.00. 235-4023. n19 house in new-hme FuI1 basement, oe dth plumbing for set- two f.replaces, lge. lavn, system. See at 53'1 or can 235-4472. n19-26 ,lawge house and barn, tm Cheney. Phe nlgtf SPECIAL price for US coins. Free apl if you do not wish to N. 3rd St., CheneY9f  ote. I will azcl 4o your hair n .at regular pces. C'H 4-9673 or Leona route 1, box 140, Spo- formerly of Widner's Slop. n12-26 cld care in my 235-6580. n19d3 WANTED for St. Vincent De furrture, cloh- urgenly needed. ddx 235-6814. ntf to and om Spokane, lours 8:31) to 5:30. contact CarOl Janson, n19 Photo Copies copies in the busi- ma@e on the big 914 machine. Low in cost, in quality. No ,harm to does not move machine. Speedy The Kopy Kat Paulsen Bldg., Spokane Phone R! 7-8111 T. GOLDEN Walla. Washinam OF SHERIFF'S SALE : OF REAL PROPERTY No, 178896 Superior Court of the State of in and for the County of LIFE INSURANCE COM- Plaintiff Vs. ALTRINGER and CAROLYN husband and wife de- of a Order of Sale the Superior Court of Spokane , ashington on November 12, the Clerk thereof in the case 221 First St., Cheney. n12-26iportiug such payments to the One,, bed'oonl, urn is . neu apl" .... Internal Revenue Service. RAn l'r, I.>.o ^.. o n-, o I Such ldentffymg nunlbers no, 8734. nlgp]appear on atl repvrts of m- ----Ioome paymems -- sue, as For rent :T, Fine mobile home, ! bank interest, dividends, etc. 10' x 55. Partly furnished, [-- made by the p,aying corn- free water, near Pour Lakes, panics or agencies. This is re-; call RI 7.-7687. nl2-19p ou, irod under the Internal Rev- enue Code. WANTED TO RENT Small clean unfurnished hose with yard. Plmne after 5:30 p. m. 235-6510. n19 New ] bedroom Apts. For Rent 306-310 N. 1]th See Manager ol5tf ' WORK WANTED Guaranteed outloard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf Babysitting, my lmme, hour or day. Mattme, experienced. Mrs. L. Eoff, 235-6579 ol-tf Espanola Man Is BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Chosen Vice Pres. High earnings first year, p-By Holstein Group orate part or ful time, men or women, mi :nimum invest- Leo Zimmerer, 14, san o,f ment, early retirement income Mr. anal Mrs. Lawrence Zim- possible. Send qualifications merer, Clayton, a freshman at to American E:nterprize, Inc., Deer Park high school, re- Box 52, Cheney, Wash. o29tf ceived the top award in the Spokane Holstein club ca,l award program. LOST The HolStein heifer dna.ted 3-yr.-old part Manx cat with by DeIlamm Farms (. and tail, black ,and gray with one Mrs. W. M. Simpson) is a stiff back leg, 1,ost near 818 daughter of Dellamm Idealist Elm. Phone 235-4750, Mrs. J. Libby vlm gave 15,548 lbs. of F. Urban. n19 milk arid 574 1,be. of tat in 305 d,ays ,as a four year oH. The Lost Medical Lake area 1 cow i calf, 1 2-yr..heifer. All CALL FOR BIDS Hereford. Branded 4 cross ar- row ri,ght hip. Contact Ralph Eastern Washington Schirr, Sprague. 237-2805. o [ State College n12"19_L[ Separate sealed bid propos- e FOUND [ als are available for education- at equipmert and/or supplies Ladies wrist watch, owne by Eastern Washington State Me,ntLfy and pay for alv. at College in the office of the Di-: Cimney Free Press. n12-19 rector of Purchasing, Room MISCELLANEOUS 121, Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be oh- Norm Lewis, electrical conCrac-i tained at the above office. ' tor. Wiring and repair. C he- T.T. Wall hey Electric. Phone 237-4341. Director of Purchasing. n5f (July 1, 1965-July 1, 1966) the pcoperty to the heirs or Dersons SEEIIIE entitled to the same. and discharge the said Executor, and that Wednesday, the 15th day of December, 1965, at 00oo. o, 0=000 RB'S LIBHTEST the Court room of our said Superior C'urt, in the City of Spokane, in said ,o,, DIRECT DRIVE for the hearing and settlemez, t of said t Final Account and Petitio for Dis-I tribution, at which time and place ay I person interested in said estate may] CHAiliSAW appear and file his exceptions in: writing ] thereto and contest the same. [ S Dated this 15th day of November, 1965. I GCO. E. Fallqutst County Clerk and I Clerk of the Superior Court. [ By R. D. Tucker Deputy . (Nov. 19-Dec. 3) [ Walls ,Walls, Wasldngtoa T,c--- LE OF REAL PROPERTY MCCULLOCHMAC 110 ,-,u Ir the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Life Insurance Company vs. Jerry F. Altrtnger and A. Altringer. husband and wife being Cause No. 178896. end Sheriff directed and delivered : i hereby given: that I will sell at public auction to the for cash within the hazrs by law for Sheriff's Sales, to- o'clock a. m. on the 24th 1966, before the Court of Spokane County i Spo- to-wit: Block 1, Wickland Subdivision, to Plat recorded in ol- of Plas, page 86, in Spokane Washington levied on in cause to satisfy a Judg foreclosure of mortgage to together with fees and eote in 17th day of November, 1965 J. Reilly Sheriff of Spokane Wuhington Lane Deputy Nov. 19-Dec. 10) SMITH & SMITH & E Bldg., Spokane 1, Wash. OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 79037 Superior Court of the State of in and for the County of Matter of the Estate of SOLVERSON, de- of Washlnton, County of Spo- hereby given that "Wuhlng- the Executor of the above rendered and presen{ed for set- to, and filed i the Superior Spokane County, State of Wash- Final Account u mch Exec- d a petitto fo the distribution emote, in which the Oout |a K, ttle said Estate, distribute Spokane. The Paul Revere Life Insurbnce Com- pany. Plaintiff vs. David A. Eseke and Shirley A. Eseke, individually and as husband and wife, Defendant. By virtue of an Order of Sale Issued out of the Superior Court of Spokan County, Washington on the 12th day of November, 1966 by the Clerk thereof in the ease of The Paul Revere Life In* suraroee Company, Plaintiff, v, David A. F.eke and Shirley A. Feke, individ- ually nd as husband and wife, Defend* ants, being cause No. 177863, and to me as Sheriff directed and delivered: Notice is hereby given that I will )roceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: at 10 o'clock a. m. cad the 24th day of December, 1966, before the Court House door of Spokane County iu Spo- kane, Washington, to-wit : Lot 10 in Block 3 of Nrthwest Ter- race Addition to the City of Spokane, as per plat thereof recorded in Vol- ume 7 of Plats, page 29, situtate in the city and County of Spokane, Wash- in.ton levied on in the above described cause to satisfy a judgrnet of fore- closure of a mortgage amounting to $15,458.39, together with interest, at- torneys fees and costs in favor of Plain- tiff. Dated this 17th day of November, 1965 William J. Reilly Sheriff of Spo- kane County, Washington By Joyee M. Lane Deputy (Nov. 19-Dec. 10) Russell Holloway Graduates From Aviation School Memphis, Tenn. Aivma Russell J. Holloway, USN, sen of Mrs. Katherine Hollowy, Route 1, Espanoh, was grad- uated Oct. 22 from the Avia- tion Mechanical FundamentMs School at the Naval Air Tech- n'ical Training Certer, Mem- phis, Tenn. Duing the ,fom'-wek cotwse he as intreduced to maematies, physics 'and pin- eipls .of electcity. He stud- ied atomic struck, static and dynamic electricity, mag- netic theory, ard the timory f construction of a,iPevaft bat- teries. his course prepares Navy ad Marine Corps person for entrance into more ad- vanced courses at the ce,ter. The greatest lightweight of 'em all is here. 10W Ibs.* of fast- cutting, dependable, easy- handlin' McCulloch. It'll tackle any cutting job you've got around the farm, cabin or right at home. Complete with 12" cutting team, fingertip primer, weatherproof ignition, big capacity gas and oil tanks and the new, streamlined design that won't hang up in heavy brush or limbing work. *Engine weight only, dry, less bar and chain. Ed's Conoco Station 1ST & I STS. CHENEY PHONE 235-4400 n12-19 II IIIIIII II Tom Wiley. Juniors, -- A student: Sally Felgenhauer. B students: Ja:ae Brincken, IAnda C l.ausen, Leig!h Critcllow, tn tta,hner, Judy Lunds:trom, Gayle McLain Steve Powetl, Jane RaugusL Sharon Reinhardt, Jeanne Stu- art, Becki S wan,s:o., Kris Wolf and Sammie Joe Young. Seniors -- A students: Judy C,rnwall, Roberta Johnson, Gayle Roecks a, nd D,alene Wright. B students: Pat Cow- wall, Pat Ctmn,i,ngham. Steve Gr,oth, Ron Hard,sty, Barbara IJ,0lin,g, Jule Roel]ich, CxI Toepke and Nancy Groth. Bowling Bowlerettes Kelley's 23 17 Pill's lille 22 18 Hillcrest 21 19 M N M 2 19 [ IAIBs Curls 21 19 ' 21 19 Gibson's Thriftys 17 22 Bargain Shop 14 26 5 B's 2669, 99-8 ; Marilyn GuodwL 516, 218. Dorothy Kuknk picged np 6-7 split. Kaffee Kup Keglers Krazy Kates 26 14 4 Questions 24 16 Pied Pipers 22 18 Pill Rollers 19 21 B-Phts 16 24 ! Cluster Busters 13 Pill Rollers 2109; Krazy Kates Judy Nearing 496, 195. " 5 o'clock Mixed 4 C's 24 16 Has Beans 21 19 Bell Ringers 20 20 M & M 20 20 Sandbaggers 18 22 Go Getters 17 23 M & M 2441, 843; Frank Green 549, 225; Lil Greer#e 469; Betty artin 166. Fireball Chenney Reserves 27 13 Joes Resort 21 19 IOOF Lodge  ' 21 19 System Amusement 19]/ 201/ Lutheran Church 16 23, Cheney Implement 15 25 Cheney Reserves 3093, 1096 ; Jim Briason 604; Joe Beke 24].. Cheney Buslnesmen Fire Department 31 9 Edgett Brothers 25 15 Wilson Homes 22 18 Western Auto 22 18 C, eeney Motors 18 22 Brown & Holier 16 24 Nabisco 14 26 ROTC 12 28 Fire Deprtment 2921; Brown & Hol- ier 1024 ; E. WilloghDy 221, C. Hair 546. Cheney Autemotive Cheney Department Store 28 16 Cheney Auto Parts 27 16 Chenhey Motors 23 21 Al'a Chevron Station 21 23 Brown &Holter 20 24 Sunset View Ranch 19 241 Higgins & Heudersor 19 25 Dependable Motor Freight 18 26 Sunset View Ranch 3023, 1092; Dick Weigel 220, 595. / t r i /: the beer of good taste came from the Lush Horizon !club. Thi,s club and a Camp MOSSES ARE HONORED Fire group whic'h d,o,nated its treasury to the cause are the ON SILVER ANNIVERSARY only Cheney organizations that Mr. arid Mrs. Date Mo werer- have contributed s far. recently honored by friends with a surprise party at the !Legion, hN1. They received several gifts. Miss Deininger reported a total of $246.96 deposited hi the ba,nk for the fl, oat and pointed out that $234.04 is still needed to reach the $500 o:al. She ,also said a nother D. J. dance has been s,eheduled for Saturday, Nov. 27, at the Che- ney city hal and anticipates a let $100 from this event. Geo. Lotzenhiser Chosen for Honor Dr. George W. Loze,hiser, director of the cative arts division, Eastern WalAagtn State ollege, and chairman of the college daunt of music, will corduct the honor band at a Twin Fals, Idh), music festival today, Fiday. The ,han, or etivl is spon- sored by tim Idalm Inter- schhstics Activities ass',n and the Music Ass'n of Idaho, dis, trict 4. Dr. Lotzenliser will conduct the 'high school stu- 27 dents in works by Hanson, 746; Bach, Sou,an and &aavas. SOUTHWEST SPOKANE SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT FUND RAISING DANCE at 9 p. m., Nov. 20 Cheney City Hall BILL PETERSCHICK ORCHESTRA of Used Cars PRICED to move fast ARCTIC TRAVELER IS EXPECTED HOME, Seamn Doug Sommborn, who recently cml,eted a .five m, onths trip to the Arctic on the Coast Guard cutter Nowth- wind, i.s expected k'me to- Oay, Friday, from Seattle where the ship is n,ow sat,on - ed. He will be aceo,panied by MJss Diane Giese of Seattle. GREAT WESTERN SAVINGS ANNOUNCES DIVIDEND The Board of D of Great We srn Savis & Loan Ass'n at it's last meeting voted a dividend of 41/4 per cellt per autm from the semi4nl per- iod en, din,g Dec. 31, 1965. It iS a,ntieipated tlmt tim same rate w apply fr the ensuring ,,ar. Due to the large demand for our '66 line of Chevrolets, we are over-stocked with used cars and are offering tre- mendous bargains, some.of which are listed here... 1965 Mustang Fastback 2x2 R-H-V-8P/S Auto 10,000 miles Open Warranty 1965 Mustang Coupe R-H-V-8-P/S Auto 12,000 miles Open Warranty ......... 1965 Dodge Dart GT $2695 $2595 $2395 R-H-4 speed Vinyl top Open Warranty 1965 Pontiac 2x2 Sport Coupe R-H-Auto-P/S P/B 6500 miles Open Warranty ......... $3495 1964 Chev. Impalla Super Sport R-H-Auto P/S P/B 19,000 miles Actual Miles ...... $2395 Bank rate financing on new and used cars. Brown & Holter Motor Co. Cheney Phone 235-6231 I II I I I I I I I I III I IIIIII I I I Illltf