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,!0000WANT Classified' Rates--5 cents per j@ I-aT S FOR SALE Word, with 75c minimt;m ior I ..... --'- :' 15 words). Minimum adv. not fExcellent selection of Lots for paid in cash will carry a 15 / sale in 4 d!fferent are,as.  billing charge. I $] 200 00 up, terms to suit. Buy /,)our lots now & build tater. aa : D FOR SALE ']iree preliminary design s er-  -vice with purebase of lot. Bob Wilson, 235-4175. d4tf i I?COME PROPERTY Newer 7 unit apt. each FOR RENT t1 with 2 bedrooms. All leased 2 bedroom trailer for rent. for year. Near college. Ableman,'s Trailer Park. Phone 235-4969. d25tf 2 and 3 bedroom duplexes ' in choice location. SPECIAL Ken Mrl, an "r WIDMER REALTY 603-4 Columbia Bldg. Anyo,ne knowiJng the Phone MA 4-1288 nl3tf vche.reabouts of Ike and Wanda Lee Holmes, Retha 3 BEDRooM OLDER HOME Leavitt or daughters, Dar- lene, Terry and Regina, In very good candition. please contact Myrl Morris, New wiring. Good compo- sition roof. Double garage. 1300 W. Westward, Benning, Exeellent location on large Calif. d18-25p : rner lot. ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE For St. Vincent de Paul Soci- ety, things you no longer i24-1st St. 235-4050 need or use. Help Us To Help n43tf The Poor. For pickups call BE 5-6814. jl8tf 'S inexpensive to clean rug: Will pay a good price for US Ii l upholstery with Blue Lus- and Canadian coins. Free ap- e. Rent electric shampooer praisal if you do not wish to Holmes Hdwe 12-25 sell. 414 First St., Cheney ar ,campus, 2 bedroom new- jl9tf er home with ,pt. in base- Union 0il service station,, Cha- unt, rents for $65.00 per ney, foe lease. Phone ights, nth. Terms. Ken Morlan, Spokane, FA 7-4122, or KE 4- dmer Realty, MA 4-1288. 0476. s25tf ea n27tf ,. e WORK WANTED 3' Blks to OoUege. 3 .  B. It_. 2 full bats, Daytite Guaranteed outboard motor re- ,rat. Garage, Will be finished pair. Ed's Conoco Service. n. 15, 1965. Buy row and se- Phone BE 54400. tf ; ct your Linoleum, tile  lors, Bob Wilson,, 235-4175. LOST " d4ff , "----- Lost: Small gray estingh6use i:l raaCehkg da and transistor radio hn Pix Phea- chair. Good condition. Rose tre Nov. 282 Bhek case, whRe :: 1 eoor. Call 235-6386 or see at tIm. Revcavd. Karl Morrison. ]3 3rd St., agt No. 8, after I m. d25pl ]14 W. 5th. d18-25p 3 p. l : dies Aux of tle Mar- --------- ron Church, have Burble doll kles for sale. For further LOST OF STRAYED maon call Noreen Cox from Ted McMillan Rand : 35-4685 or see them at 121 / lorth 4h in Cheney. " 2 Hereford cows,-& 1 calf. d25-j8 Branded on right shoulder, ,,, , , left ear o calf cropped. "CUSTOM HOMES" Call 235-6678. d4tf 3 and 4 bedroom hones n new district. Ready to HELP WANTED Occupy: or :select your lot ad have a custom hme Do you Tike ehiklren? Want to: tilt to suit. Monday, baby-sit Wednesday FHA or conventional fi- and Fridays? Phone RI 7-7746. i !ancing. Judy Miller, Four Lakes. Ken Morlan fllS-j 1 i: WIDMER RALTY WANT TO BUY t t Phone MA 4-1288 ,, d4tf Used sed, medium size., Con- "- tact 235-4614. d18-25p t atronize Your Advertisers i ? g ! i See the COTTON i]OW,L New Year's Day ARKANSAS VS. NEBRASKA KXLY --Channel 4 10:45 A.M. ;.tk Co-sponsored by The Hartford Insurance Group and brought to you by GARNETT BOOTS 403 Ist St. 235-4453 Cheney BOOTS' INSURANCE AGENCY MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL. WALT DISNEY'S filming of Sheila Burnford's "Incredible Journey" shows the thrilling but dangerous encounters of a bull-terrier, a Labrador retriever and a Siamese cat as they cover some 2,000 miles of Canadian wilderness. iOLIDAY GUESTS Mrs. Carl Nriekson of Seat- fie is spending the Cltristmas holidays with her so,n and family, glr. and Mrs. Norm I-!ove a:!d Catherine. and David. Christmas day dinner guests at the Hove home will ,also in- elude Mrs. Hove's parents, Mr. ,nd Mrs. Konrad Lauff, and Former Col league Visits Veo Smalls Dr. Co,stos Bos'akis, instruc- tor at Anatolia ellege, T!hessa- ]on,iki, Greece spent several days last week with his formeT eolJeagues: and friends, Mr. and lr's. Veo Small. her brother, family. THOMAS F. LYNCH 1103 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 176406 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Spokane County BARBARA DE LONG Plaintiff vs. FREDERICK DE LONG, Defendant. The State of Washington to the said Frederick De Long, defendant: You are hereby summomed to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this sum- : marts, to-wi: within sixty (60) days i after December 25, 1964, and defend i the above ertitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the com- plaint of the plaintiff, and erve a Copy c'f your answer upon the under- i signed attorr.ey at his office bclow stated and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the com- plaint, which has heea filed with the clerk of said court. That the object of the acticr herein is to secure It divorce from you on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treat- ment and on the grounds of nonsup- port. Thomas F. Lynch 1103 Paulsen Building Spokane 1, Washington Telephone Ma 4 2458 (Dec. 25-Jan. 29. 1965) C. J. Lauff, and Dr. Bosakis is studying American modern mathematics at the Univevsi, tv ,o Indiana, l:;aomi:ngton, and is is'iting differe,nt sehoo,}s in the Uit- ed States, in ,ad!6itin to matth i procedures he s a,iso workin,g in American Education and making a comp,arative study of the Amei,ean high sch'ool currieuhm. Wednesday he le,ft far Seat- tie an,d from there his itin, e,ra'y will ind,ude San Prancis- :co, Monterey, Sacramento and 1 resro where the assistant su- i perinendent o schools has' ar- j rnged ,a program to visit dif- ferent schools to study math procedures. Miss Soula Pam,povi who gr, aduated from Eastern Wash- ington State college under the the International Education program was ,a former stud'ent of Dr. Bosakis a Anatolia. MaeGillivray, Jones, Clarke & Schiffner 309 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS :N). 78465 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the county of Spokane. I the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM M. KEENEY, deceased. Notice is hereby iven that the under- signed has been appointed Admiistratrix of the above estate in this Court aud has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said deceased are required to serve claims, duly verified with necessary vouchers, uvon the uniersigned at 716 S. Washington Street. Moscow, Idaho or upon Harvey W. Clarke the attorney of record at his office at 309 Fidelity Buildirg, Spokane, Washington, and file such claim with proof of such service ir the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spoakne, Wash- ington, withir* six months after the first )ublicatio of this r, otice or they will be forever barred. Date of the first lyublication of this notice is 25th day of December, 1964. Frances W. Keeney Admlnistratrix of the above estate. Harvey W, Clarke Attorney 309 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Dec. 25-Jan 8, 1965} Mr. and Mrs. Lester Move- house will sperd the Christ- mas holidays t Renton with their son an,d family, Mr. ad Mrs. Lyle Morehouse (Verna Dillon) and small ,son. Tlzey will be joined by a 8auhter from California. eAIL  FOt(BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- at equipmert and/or spplies by Eastern Washington. State College in the office of the Di- rector Of Purchasing, Room 121, Showalter Hl. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) I Just in case Santa k too busy to get by--. We're udng th|s means to say thank you. WEIGEL'S BAKERY AND COFFEE SHOP \\;o l * t I t T T T T t ! l l Gerald Luiten of Seattle is spending the Christmas .holi- days here wit.h his percents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer htiten. On Christmas day they were tests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luiten in Ritzville. Miss Ruth Bhckshaw, a s'tU- dent at Whitworth college in :;pvkane, is at home for the lolidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bhcksh,aw. Miss Bo.nn:ie Mo,rris:on, the .laughtc:r o:f Mr. and Mrs. Karl 3/.-rorrison, arrived on Sunday f:m California to spend the holidays here with her par- ants and ta take part in her fistor Susan's wedding. days in, Spo.an,e with Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Ellis and Mr. and M'rs. William Baon and chil- dren,. Mr. and lVlrs. Ernest Harr ;tertained as Christmas din- er guests their son and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Barr Mrs. William Lee, Grade. Mem- bers will be nofie.d of date for the meeting in J,anuary. Ralgh Fa, irbanks WaSr due to arrive taday from Taco,ma to visit over Chrism,as weekend xfih ,his parents, Mr. an,d Mrs. Jim Fairbanks. and two daughters of Spokane. -- ...... ..................... (>n Christm,as eve the ]hrrs were guests of the KeJth Harrs ,.;'here other rel,atives jok=ed them. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hilon :nd four children, Mr. and 3ks. Kenneth McCall and chil- dre,n will be guests of their ;)arents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest /[cMill*an for Christmas din- :!er. Earl Hilton Jr. is honie Mr. ,and 5Its. George Fossum entertained as Christmas din- from the University of Wash-i net gue.sts,his parents, Mr. and ington in Seattle .and Nancy, I 2,.lrs. Riktor Fossum and a sis- a stlide,t at EWSC, will join ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. in the festivities. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower Miller Cowling, all of Siokane. and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jen- ' Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Brown, .. t sen will spend Christmas day r. George Brown and Mr.i Spokane as guests of their children and grandc'Nldren, Mr. aId Mrs. Robert Jensen, nn, d Mrs. J. Kirk Williams and children were Christnias din- nor guests of Mr. and Mrs. lobert Brown in Spokane. They were joined by Mr. a:nd -,Irs. Martin Brown and family of Pullman. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Oook are entertaining at Christmas eve dinner for their son and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cook, and two children. The Christ-: mas tree and exchange of gifts were enjoyed. On Christmas day all will go to Spokane for a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Okert. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Neal Spreitzeher fron California. Mr. an, d Mrs. Chris Betz are spending the Christmas h, oli- adys in Spolane with Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Ellis a,rd Mr. and Mrs. Witliam Barton an,d c,hil- dren. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Betz are spending the Christm,as hall- Merry Christmas AND A Happy New Year To All FROM Widner's BEAUTY SHOP We wish j' you a happy holiday. BILL'S TAVERN Francis Lee David and Lo,ri, go,ing in time for the Christmas tree e:ady in the mc,rning. Mrs. A. B. Cutting is spe.nd- ing Christm,a.s with her d,augh- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Sexto,n and Debbie, at iVlillweod. They will be joined by the William Sexto.ns and two sons at the C'hristmas tree on Christmas monling. Mrs. W. J. Cart entertained .as Christmas guests her two (laughters and the grandchil- dren, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hougham and Dan, a of Ooeur d'Alene, Mr. and Mrs:. Eiarl Peterson and cldren of Op- portu,nity, and Miss Linda ttouglm ,and frieads f Port- had. The Royal Neighbors lodge can, celled their Mond,ay busi- ness meeting, owirg to h'e in- dement weather ecordi,ng to A Merry Christmas To All Of Our Friends. FLOYD'S TEXACO SERVICE RAY EVERSON Conoco Distribvtr TO ALL I #4 Fireside Restaurant And Flame Room i,O{; I00e've teed o H to you tbe merdest Cbrhtmas ever. 1964 CHET'S FLOWERS WaitWatchforfr".. January White Sale at Cheney Dept. Store