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For Sale Enj.oy the coming holidays in your own new home, with added warmth of a fireplace. One 3-bedroom, living room w 'dining area, e,ating space kitchen, hardwood floors, electric heat, insulated space glass windows, full basement with gar- ,, F , One 2-bdrm, with car port attached, balcony, full base- electric heat, easy possibility 'of 2 family unit here. Low down payment & balance like rent. Be moved in Christmas. CALL BILL GESCHKE OR LLOYD HAM 1ST Tri-State Realty, Inc CALL 235-4778 CHENEY, WASH. :OR SALE house in new-home Full basement, one with plumbing for see- two fireplaces, lge. lawn, ]kler system. See at 53'1 ardov call 235-4472. nl9-dl0 35' Aluminum trailer electric stove, oil hot water heater, full $1500. PY 6-2171, Rear- d3-17p older home. Good $500 down, $60 Bd Doten Real Estate. 1st St., 235-4050. n5tf $or sale. Grass and alfalfa, alfalfa. 200 ton, eondi- un,der roof, square All or any part $20 Ln $22 delivered. Sctnitt 235-6202. dl0-31p Triumph, 2-door sots Ctall 235-4789, 518 Oak dl0p Ml,e while you wait 40c each at The Auto (m .highway west. d10-31 !X .22 caliber pellet gunS, new. Half price. Hei- 235-6521. dl0p Westinlouse heaters, 220 volt, control; 1 3000 1 2000 watt Call 235- dl0p Boy Scout outfit, pnts, cap, belt, new :. Ted Ham 235-6318 dl0tf Bhck Mustang convertible. white top, 289 motor, New tires. ExceBent Best offer or old for equity. Call eves 6-8, d'10p YOUR REAL ESTATE Call Tri-State Real- Inc., Chene,y, Wash. 403 Street, Phone 235-4778. 10-1tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY earnings first year, op- prt or ful time, men women, minimum invest- early retirement income Send qualifications &merican Entevprize, Inc.; 52, Cheney, Wash. o29tf PARTS STORE Estab- 12 years, owner retir- farm community. No ob- ock. Sell for inventory [ fiktttres. PH 235-4677. dl0-17p LOST OR STOLEN .or staten brown cloh reard for return, and waUt. 235-4504. dl0 WANTED TO RENT or four bedroom hmme west end of pus. lhone 235-4654. d3,tf bedroom furnished a., to town. Pay up to $60 Mrs. Ithn Brown East Augusta, Spokane. dl0-1? WANTED for St. Vincent De Society furniture, clV. shoes, urgently needed. Maddux 235-6814. ! nhtf! Jean dian coins. Free apI al if you do not wish t01 113 N. 3rd St., Cheney I j9tf POOL & KINNIB N. Washing'ton, Spokane, Wn. OF INTENTION TO TAKE DEFAULT J UDGENT NO. 168688 the Superior Court of the State i and for the County PATRICK, Plaintiff vs. ELMER PATRICK, defendant. *: Olaud Elmer Patrick, Defendant: are hereby nutified that or De- 21, 1966, the plaintiff herein to take default judgment against accordance with the relief prayed the Complaint served upor you 4, 1962, being" an ae10n for of divorce. This matter will in the courtroom of the Pre- Judge at the Spokane County ,1 e, Spokane, Wahir,'gton, at I). m. on maid date. at Spokane, Washir*ffton this day of December 1965. I & Kinnie AttorrJeys Plaintiff C. Kinnie (Dec 10, 1966) FOR REN1 New 2 bedroom apts. for rent. Fully carpeted, new ranges, refrigerators and laundry fa-I c/lilies furnished. Students i may share. Can be seen at Down Memory Lane I0 Years Ago Bids for a 53 x 86 foot ROTC building on the co,Hege cam- pus will be opened on Dee. 13 in the Spokane office of Archi- tect George M. Rasque. The ,%0,000 structure will house classrooms, administrative of- flee,s, supply room and rifle lange. Originality and ingenuity, not how much money is spent, will determine the winners in tile Christmas home ]ightinlg contest being sponslored by the Junior Chamber of Comnmce, said Chairman Bill Calvert this week. Edgett's cold storage locker now holds 500 Ibs. of buffalo Hoffman May Get Bookstore Contract ttoffan Contmctors, Inc., Spokane, were apparent low bidders with an oiler of $10,- 900 on remodeling the EWSC bookstore. Itoffmart was one of eight Ifirms who bid on the job which will provide lnr, get q uar- [trs for the college bookstore. I Bids ranged as high as $13,- Ia2. l Bids have been forwarded l to the State, o,f Wash,in.on fl- ision of engineering and ar- chitecture, Olympia, which will make the award. 3rd Graders Tour Historical Museum meat which is being aged un- ........ da when i" The ,historical museum in Ill next weones, y , ,t . . . will be cut and roiled inlo ace torn a rathen'lUmrir'high sch, ool was roasis for the Cheney IAonsl p , g d ers. of the campus s, enool weanesaay, club annlual buffalo dinner. Dec 1 Mr  " ' ' Bob Tubbs brought the meat . . s. r'aIzon of the ca,m- pus school, with student teach- 1320 3rd St. Call 235-4778. from the nation,el bistro range at Moise, Mont. Meat from the two year old animal is expect- ed to feed about 500 persons. Funeral servicers were held "Phursday, Dec. 1,. for Jhn Babb, Sr., 72. Mr. Babb was born an the family ranch at Chapman lake Nov. 11, 1883. ors and 20 children, especially noted the gun(s, spinning wheN, butter making items and picture o,f the first teach- or, Miss Mary Cook. ,,_ - The museum is operated by the Tilicum club, with direct- ors Mrs. A. B. Cutting and ol5tf I[e had been a member of the Mrs. Ehner Luiten serving as - East Chenev grm:e for 24 guides. vea, rs  S -; I Dr. and Mrs. Wilfred Ganl- AT W'LL ......... ' ' . CUBA $ HOLD DIVE  I INt3 LAKI= Ion and four children had as l Th E " r " " , ' i ' e aste n Washington llanksglv ng dinner guests S ..... ' " ', -- ..... r ..... ' .... t tale t:oHege SCUBA cross IllS II1OUIH2 iVlb. ?l trd'lllLll I . , .... - -- ' -. ',untaer mrecnon of Dr Richard aria otner relatives. IH ' " 1 ...... " x, ,a ,. u , u, [ . nage in nelfl a (living pr'ae- qu]'s'baaas"2:tanl,gvn.''Xn" iewSmatdaVrfdroe" the deck ner guests their son, Howa'd., . ; , etz at Wrll- lares laKe and wife and three daughters 3-bedroom house. All applian- ces furnished. Fenced yard. Family tufty. Located at 616 Vil}ard. Call Mose Lake RO 2-9273. d3tf 1 bedroom furnished apt, $45 month. Ideal for college stu- dents, Four Lakes Apts Phone TE 8-8734. d3-10p House for rent. Furnished, Suitable far fraternity or sorority ,or irdviduals. Call MA 4-0692, RI 7-7553. d3tr Small living quarters for 1 or 2 people $25 Mo. F. M. Wat- son, Four Lakes, east of school house, d3-31p Two be,drom house, unfurn- ished, cose in, ,automatic heat; also studio apt. 228 W. 5th. 235-6863. d3tf 2 bedroom apartment, large cotrd'ovtable, convenient to services. Reasona,bIy re'iced. 235-6350. dl0 Douse Tralers far rent. The Auto Mart, 675 west First, Phone 235-6258. dl0tf House for rent, with 3 bed- ,rooms and den. Oil .heat, garage. RI 7-5091. dl0 from Spokane. 20 Years Ago Martha chapter, OES, held a no-host dinner Monday eve- ning for members and their amilies, with 140 persons present to enjoy vents'on which was served by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Garner, Mr and Mrs. M. S. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cossalman. Compuksory military train- in, g, with its allied problems, was discussed in a dbate be- fore 12re Kiwanis club Tuesday evening at the custodial schul (ffee shop in Medical Lake. Some prices from a full page ad by Federated stores, located where Cheney Delyt. Store is now.Ladies Shoes, 169 airs selected from our better The Free Press wants your pe.rsonal news items. Plea,se bring in on Mondays or Tues- days. Deputy Sheriff Abe Brown last Thursday lat some party .had turned a team loose in his pas- ture. had hid the harness and a hack in the brush and had n-le himseV unknown. Abe soon made himself a knounn qu,ant}ty a the Hofman ranch and relieved the ranvher of the oods ,and brought them to town. A WaShtucna party wed that the goods had bee sOlen fronl him on the mht of Nov. 14th. Wi:l Walter. one of Che- ney's Ix)putar young men. vtas united in marrmge to Miss Propsy McFarlirg of Spangle NEWS BRIEFS Local ibams will be found on page 7 today. Mrs. C. W. Alex:ander witl entertain her 18 piano stu- dents at 2 p. m. Sunday, Dec. 12, with the parents as special guests. Students wilt presen/t a program. A Christmas tree wth treats and gift exelmnge will be on the program. Mr. and Mrs. W. Ed Garner, who have spent several days in Cheney, will return to Okcmpia next week to cele- brate Christmas with their two sons and families on the coast. Four-year old Richard Gro- gan, son of Mr. and Mrs. R, ob- ei't Grog an, underwent a to- silectomy Tuesd, ay ,at the Sac- red Heart hospital. He return- ed lome Wednesday. Friends, Relatives See Ted Freeman Installed as Master Mr. and Mrs. Ted Freem,an had as special guests on Satur- day evening, Dec. 4, a rmmber of relatives, here to attend the Masonic lodge a:n'd irstal- lation of Ted Freeman as wor- shipful master. Amag them were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Caudill and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Johnson and four chil- dren, all of Spokane;  and Mrs W. Ed arne,r of Olym- pia; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gustin, M,alden; Mr. and M m. J. Lin- coln. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen, Mrs. Martha Warrington and Mrs. Howard F reem,an of Spo- kane. CAMP FIRE GIRLS MAKE DECORATIONS The Campus school 4th grade Camp Fire Girls have made Christmas decorati)ns out of can tos. They. plan to hang them on the C'hristms tree at the Cheney n,uvsing home. ROBERT GEE BUYS REGISTERED ANGUS R:obe,rt Gee. Cheney, recent- ly purchased an Aberdeen-An- gus bull from Arthur Halver- son. Esparol, a. Washinrtn. The Free Pre.s covewa,ge is concentrated in this trade area. no waste coverage to fay for. II Friday, December 10, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 5 Permit Need Pointed Out For All County Buildings Building permits must be obtained by county ordm- ance -- for :any type of sla'uc ture erected in Spokane coun- ty, residents were advis, ed to- day by Bill J. Fergin, head of the county buitcling code de- partment. Fergin pointed out llmt use of trailer 'houses as sidences akso requires a permit. Advantage Pointed Altho,ugh required by law, it's also to the oaner's adwan- tage to obtain bnikiing per- mils, Fergin sNd. A eh,eck by the department's inspe,e,tors might prevent buflding an un- safe structure, of prevent via- brian of a rightof-wa,y sbaek or other restriction which could result in the building's beiig 0rdered destroyed or reeved, he said. Building code officials aNo n,oted that buitding permits ften provide a basis for llac- lng new structures on the county tax rolls, thus pru,vid- ing additional revenue to the county. Farmers and at.hers living in remote areas of the country are the most likely to build structures or use trailers as residences without obtNning permits, Horace J. Ra,gon, as- sistant building official, said. He said recently he ound sev- en such structures in one day. Most People Comply Usu, aly a simple ntifieatRm to the owner that he's required 1o obtain a permit is en,ough to bring him to the building code department in the court- house to get one tton said. The county ordinance re- quires a permit before any person .or firm can erect, con- I strtmt, enlarge, alter, repair, I m ore, improve, rein, ore, co-  ert or remolish any sucture. BETA SIGMA CHAPTER HOLDS ANNUAL AUCTION Gamma Theta chapter f Beta Sigma Phi held its an- nual auction at Mrtin Hall Tuesday evening, Dec. 7, on the EWSC campus. Items (f all kincks that the members of the ,chapter had made, from Christmas decorations to barked goods were sold. 1o Milter was the auctioneer. About 50 omn attended and t.he evertirg closed with coffee and dessert served by the hostesses, Mrs. lobert Smith, Mrs. Janles Dyke, Mrs. William Wilkersn, and Mm. Loyd Mar.tin. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sin, cere tha=ks and apprecbatian to my many friends who were so kind to me during my re- cen bereavement, and also for the card,s and beautifu'l fl0M offerins. Mrs. Chris Betz dl0 CARD OF THANKS The members of the Cheney Lions club wish to thank the businessman who have adver- tized in our cnar 'mi the m,any families .of this commun- ity who have hped to make the current birth, chy cale- dar sale the mo successful one we have ever had. dl0 Check the want advs. each week. Custom Building ANY PLACE IN SPOKANE COUNTY ... LAKES, CITY & FARM HOMES Also Duplexes, Apartments & Commercial Buildings . . . On Your Land or Ours. EASY TERMS AVA, LA00LE Harlan Douglas, Inc. HU 3-2! dl0tf I I 1 bedroom apt. furnished. Coupl:e, no children, no pets. 716 Cedar. 235-4695. d10-17 Furnished apartment f'or rent. Ca 235-6'56. dld BRACE yourself for a thrill the first time you use Blue Lustre to clean rugs. Rent elec- tric shampooer $1. ' Holmes Hdwe. dl0 New 1 bedroom Apts. For Rent 306-310 N. llth See Manager l*ine, reduced to $1.19 a pair. M0a's cotton union suits, $1.49 a pair. Ladies and m.sse,s all dresses, $5'.59 to $8.88. Paul Rozel of Cheney has received ward that he has been a,ptmnted to theAmevican Le- g,on department education eommii.on. In announcing the apoin.tment Cmdr. James Greene cited past oatsCanding wrk by Rell. Man:ager L. E. Tippets ef the Fe.deraed Store an,nounces that he has made special ar- rangements for a pre-Christ- mas visit ,by Santa Chus at hi,s sore on Saturday, Dec. 8. There will be cantdy f,0r the child,fen. . The r e c e n t Federated church rummage a'le c,leared $387.73. 30 Years Ago Ten fames enjoyed free ol5tf turkeys on Thanksgiving as a result of "Turkey Days" spen- s.ored by Cheney mereh,ants = WORK WANTED Chen,ey firemen defeated ........................ Medical Lake 27-20 in a hoo Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf Iome rmrsing companion and care of elderly or invalid. Baby sitters available. Ironing picked up and dehivered. Light hpusekeoping. ON1 235-6245. d 3-10p Wil do sewin.,g, knitting, iron- ing, typing, baby sitting, my home, evenings. 10 4th St., af- ter 5. d3-10p MISCELLANEOUS Norm , electrical contrac- tor. Wiring ad repair. Che- ney E}ectric. lone 237-4341. n Stf TO GIVE AWAY Want ood ,home for two Sia- 'mse cats, 9 months old. Cal'l 235.6543. dl0p POOL & KINNIE 1522 N. Washington, Spokane, Wn. NOTICE TO :REDITORS No. 80544 Ir the Superior Court of the State of Washington i> and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ROY L. (ARRISON, deceased. Notice is hereby given that tho Under- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate ir this Court and has qualified aeeordirly, and that all persons having claims against said deceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary winchers upon, the undergned at North 1522 Washington Street, Spokar;e, Wash- lr, gton or upon Walter F. Pool the at- torney of record at his office at North 1522 Washiragton Street, Spokane, Wash- ington and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at the City of Spo- kane, Washington, within six months after the first publication, of this r,'o- rice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 10th day of December, 1965. James I. Garrison Executor of the above estate Walter F. Pool Attorney 1522 N. Washing"tot*, Spokane, Wh. (Dec. 10-24) game at the lake Tuesday night. A caughtor was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Loeoer at Deaconess hospital on Friday, Nov. 23. MediCal Lake high s'chol boys and ,girs basketbafl teams defeated the Spangle trams 1,ast Thurs@ay. hn open meeting of the farmers will be heId at the by Judge Hinkle of Spokane. They will reside in Chen.ey. The Normal football tem defeated the Colfax team 17-0. The ame was quite one-sided as the visiting team made their downs only three or four times and their lines were ely bo- ken by the Pedagogues. A re- eetion was tendered he Col- fax team by members of the girs basketball a.m. The evening was spent playing flinch m.d Shevl.,oek Ilolmes. Why not give a life policy for Christmas? ...... (No Appointment Needed) Victor Wilson Agency 414 ]st St, Cheney c Phone 235.4103 I I III lfih school gym under spon- sorship of the commercial club The commercial club has rhode a budget of $490 or ac- tivities the coming year. 50 Years Ago Ohertey's new muwieial well gives promise ,of being all and mare than he city officials have koped fr. The frs test ef the big bore's capacity made Thursday afevnoo when the mormter pump was started for he first tiTne. Pres- e .t the preliminary test w,ere Mayor L. C. Vn Pa.tem, City erk J. C..basher, Coun- cilman Albert Betz aud Water Supt. E H, Betz as reesen- tires of the city. Christmas Gifts.. Where? Your Local Hometown Hardware, of Course Teflon Coated Cookware, 00Portable Ice Crusher Mira-Clean Teflon Ovenware Cosco Table, 4 Chairs Bridge Set Food Mixers- Clock Radios B &D 1/4 Inch Drill & Accessories Tools for the Carpenter 2.Quart Size Thermos Kits The pump has the l:argest " 4 Pi .... __?% . j= - ece Tray Table Sets Da,sy A,r R, fles t'a]aey o lS KlnU marm,,ae-  .. , lured. The working harr lms . B r " " "  ath oom Scales S ,nn,n Rod & Reel Sets a delh of 400 fee and ca1[ P g  I be operated  a maximum . . speed of 32 strokes per rain-I'" Wrist Watches - Electr,c Shavers Double, S,ngle Control Elec. Blankets ute. When, operated at its min-I " . i'muvn ,of 15 strokes it will ,liJ ONLY .HOPPIN IDAY 'TIL HR|TIUlAVJ  1000 ao's of water per ,h,o,ur I  ................................... ) mare thn the normal derrmnd I _ _  _ _ . ' o,f the city. The loal cost of[i  I l I  [[a II 1 1  I[kl[  Ill l . thenew pl,ant was $9475. I MULME MKUNP . ......... '- l' --" John Itoffman livin, seve  " miles fom town, ifoned...'l[`..4;'-T'``''lT..'J....., M