Spokane Chronicle from Spokane, Washington (2024)

Services SANDPOINT, Idaho, Dec. services for Walter Piepkorn, 38, will be held Thursday at 10 a. m. in the Moon funeral chapel with the Rev. Wallace Johnson of the First Lutheran church officiating.

Mr. Piepkorn, who was born in Hewitt, died Sunday in a Spokane hospital from injuries received in a logging accident on December 11. He was working on a log jammer for the Boyd Stevens company in the Priest lake area when the anchor tree snapped and fell across his back. He was a resident of Sandpoint and an army veteran of World war II. Survivors include his wife, Luella; three daughters, Peggy Linette Kay, 6, and Christine' Marie, 4, all at the home; his mother, Mrs.

Marie Piepkorn of Sandpoint; three brothers, Otto of Springfield, Adolph of Roy, Utah, and Heeman of Stanley, two sisters, Amanda Thompson and Bertha Baumgather, both of Stanley, N. D. Burial will be Veterans of Foreign Wars Pinecrest pother cemetery. Mamie S. Jakey LEWISTON, Idaho, Dec.

Mamie S. Pakey, 81, died yesterday at an Orofino hospital. Mrs. Jakey came to Lewiston to live in 1913 and had been a Grangeville resident since 1954. Born July 22, 1876, at Astoria, she lived Skamokawa, prior to coming to Lewiston.

She married Andrew Jakey at Cathlemet, December 31, 1908. Survivors include her husband, a daughter, Mrs. Don Ingram, Grangeville; a son, Howard Jakey, Seattle; a brother, Albert Anderson, Skomakowa, and a sister, Mrs. Julia Hougen, Astoria. Services for Mrs.

will be held Thursday at 11 a. m. in the Brower-Wann chapel with the Rev. George Skaret officiating. Burial will be in Lewis-Clark Memorial gardens.

Doreen Lawson LEWISTON, Idaho, Dec. 24. Doreen Lawson, 6-week-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lawson of Lewiston, died yesterday at her home.

Death was attributed to pneumonia. The child was born here November 6. Vassar-Rawls funeral home is in charge of arrangements. Theresa L. Smith SANDPOINT, Idaho, Dec.

Funeral services for Theresa L. Smith, 61, will be Thursday at 2 p. m. in the Moon funeral chapel with the Rev. Mr.

Smith of Newport officiating. Mrs. Smith died yesterday her home in the Vay district. She was born in Omaha, and has been a resident of the Laclede and Vay area since 1913. Survivors include her husband, at the home; a sister, Mrs.

Bertha' Blair, of Kansas City, and a brother, James Collins, of Baton Rouge, La. Burial will be in Seneacquoteen cemetery. Ruth Edith Mortensen SANDPOINT, Idaho, Dec. Ruth Edith Mortensen, 47, died Sunday at Bonner General hospital. She was born in Cashmere, Wash.

Survivors, include her husband, Henry, and two daughters, Anna Marie and Edith, all at the home; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Larson of Sandpoint; a sister, Mrs. Esther Taylor, Sandpoint, and a brother, Melvin Larson of Kellogg. Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.

m. in the First Lutheran church with the Rev. Wallace Johnson officiating. Oliver W. Harris Oliver Wendell Harris, employee of the Oliver Brown Lumber company, Naples, Idaho, died today in a Spokane hospital.

Mr. Harris was born in Missouri. Survivors include his wife, Ollie, at the home in Naples; two daughters, Mrs. Frances Russell, Spokane, and Mrs. Susan Dickenson, Starbuck, five sons, Howlard and Thomas Ephrata, Oliver of Othello, John of Dayton and Kenneth Harris in Massachusetts; three sisters and a brother, including Mrs.

Lilly Parrish of Spokane; grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Funeral services will be Monday at 11 a. m. at Smith's here. Burial will be in Bonners Ferry, Idaho.

Fred W. Schulz DEER PARK, Dec. Funeral services for Fred W. Schulz, 71, who died Saturday night at St. Luke's hospital in Spokane, were held today at 10 a.

m. in the Zion Lutheran church in Deer Park. The Rev. S. F.

Veldey officiated. Born in Nebraska, Schulz came to Deer Park 17 years ago. Survivors include his widow, Myrtle, at Marriage Licenses COEUR D'ALENE. Idaho, 24, Wiley H. Bryson 22, Mead, and Mary E.

Lindquist, 19. Spokane: Franklin D. Dalton, 20. and Vivian Ann Ellsworth, 19. both Spokane; Lynn Phillips, 61.

Coeur d'Alene, and Sophie Mae Cottrell, 54, Spokane: Homer W. Foster, 44, and Jean M. Johnson. Phillips. 44, 24, both and Spokane, Joan Eugene Ferguson, 18, both Inchelium, James D.

McDaniel, 19, and Sheryl Fink, 18, both Athol, Idaho: Norman C. Hawks, 41, and Josephine N. Sandvold. 33, both Bonners Ferry, Lewis. Idaho: Hans Joseph Polk.

20, Fort and Mary Lou Orozco, 23. Tacoma, Delbert Lewis, 32, and Cora Lou Caluori, 20, both Missoula. Mont. Jesse Mensch. 23.

and Jean Rogers, 20. both Camas, Wash Robert J. Davidson, 18, and Catherine H. Caron, 18. both Calgary, Emmett C.

Coombes, 24, and Cherlotte R. D. Morehouse, 17. both Priest River, Idaho: Leonard Douvia, 39, and Laura E. James, 35, both Kettle Falls, "Lewiston, Idaho.

-William 19, Arrant, Pendleton, and Marilyn Smith. Baker; Elmer Daney, 46. and Gladys Wartman. 35. both of Pendleton: Gerald Harris, 27, and Joan Penney, 19, both of Nachesi Everett Ramadem.

43, and Norma Huber, 36, both of Anatone, Moscow, Idaho Karl Olsen, 55. Pullman, and Mayme Lewle. 55. Pullman, Births CLARKSTON, Dee, Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Mills, Asotin, A wirl, at Tri-State Memorial hospital. Lewiston. Idaho To Mr. and Mrs. Les: ter Chambers, Reubens, a boy: to Mr.

and Mrs, Hugh Tefft, Lewiston Orchards, boy to Mr. and Mrs. Ladd Hamilton, Lewiston Orcharda, A girl: to Mr. and Mra. Hubert McDonald.

Lewiston Orchgirl: to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hollenbeck, Asotin, a girl; at St. Joseph's hospital. Moscow, Idaho -To Mr.

and Mrs. Donald Garrett, Troy, A girl at Gritman Me morial hospital here yesterday, Announced Mrs. Mildred Breeden, St. and Mrs. Velda StephenRedding, a brother sister, Hugh McNeilly Mrs.

Will Scott, St. 18 grandchildren and two grandchildren. James William Maddox logg; Maries, son, and a Colfax, John; great KELLOGG, Idaho, Dec. James William Maddox, 70, a retired carpenter, died Monday at a Wallace hospital. He was born at Elrado Springs, and had resided in Kellogg for seven years.

He is survived by a brother Charles Maddox of Kellogg. Graveside services were held to today at Greenwood cemetery. John Slind COLFAX, Dec. Slind, 43, who formerly lived at Lacrosse and Colfax, died Monday in a Lewiston hospital. Born in Norway, he came to Lacrosse in 1922 with his family.

He lived in Colfax and then moved to Spokane seven years ago. Among the survivors are his wife, Ruth, Spokane; his father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. O. G.

Slind, Colfax; three brothers, Dr. Ole Slind, Colfax; Gilbert Slind, Burlington, and Bjarne Slind, Seattle; a sister, Mrs. Joseph Emerson, Dayton. Funeral services are set for 2 p. m.

Thursday in Selbu Lutheran church near Lacrosse with the Rev. C. B. Gunderson officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

Earl Myers MOSCOW, Idaho, Dec. Myers, 79, who had lived in Moscow for 33 years, died yesterday morning at Gritman Memorial hospital. He was born in Iowa on August 28, 1878. He was a of the Methodist church, member, Masonic lodge at Sprague, Eastern Star, Grand Royal Council and Select Masons of Idaho. He was married to Lavona Brown June 17, 1903, at Ashlaooska, Iowa.

She survives. Other survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Wayne Beaver, Champaign, and Mrs. Allen Byrne, Oak Park, a son, D. E.

Myers, Missoula; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. A daughter, Mildred, died eight years ago. Funeral services will be held at Short's funeral chapel Thursday afternoon at 2, with the Rev. Harry D. Johns officiating.

Burial will be in Moscow cemetery. Claude R. Stewart LEWISTON, Idaho, Dec. Funeral services for Claude R. Stewart, 68, operator of the Waha store the last five years, were held today at Vassar-Rawls funeral home with the Rev.

James York officiating. Burial will be at Normal Hill cemetery. Mr. Stewart died Sunday of a heart attack. He was a retired farmer and mill worker.

Spokane Daily Chronicle, Chairmen Named for County's '58 'Dimes' Campaign Norman R. Wilson, chairman Spokane county's 1958 March of Dimes drive, has appointed chairmen for various activities of the annual drive which opens January 2. with a kickoff dinner in the Spokane hotel. Sheldon P. Kiser, chapter treasurer, will handle drive returns.

Chairmen are: Joseph W. O'Larey, special rifts; Mrs. Roy Jacob VanderWal, Mothers' march: Capt. coin McDirmid of the fire department. agianst polio; the Rev.

Olaf Powell, Stoeve, containers; David L. teens churches; Mrs. Emmett J. Lancaster, store booths. Clifford C.

Anderson, business and industry; Doug Deissner, coin cards; Mrs. George C. Grossman and Mrs. N. W.

N. Humphrey, speakers' bureau: Dr. James Sledge, medical advisory; William F. Boni, sports: Mrs. Charles M.

Fish, coffee parties: Harold W. Coman, schools: Albert Pearl, civic theater. Mrs. Marvin K. Taitch.

dime card mailers: Leslle Friedland, Spokane county, Joseph distribution; M. Tewinkel, Robert M. Coons and labor: publicity; Fred J. Williams, assisted by M. P.

Hanford, miliFairchild Capt. W. S. Beardsley, air force base; Capt. Albert A.

Favre, Deep Creek air force base, and Lt. Col. Sam G. Ward Geiger air force base. Blue crutch sale leaders are F.

Sheer, A. K. Jackson. community service chairman, eighth district, American Legion; John R. Warn, commander of post No.

9 of the American Legion; Mrs. Willard Dill, president of post 9 auxiliary; William A. Blundell, commander post No. 136: Mrs. Allan B.

Gates, president of post 136 auxiliary. and Mrs. Harvey L. Kelly, president of post 200 auxiliary. Spokane Valley leaders are Walter Meyer, chairman; Mrs.

Beryl Barnhart, Mothers' march; Mrs. Harvey Degering, publicity; Mrs. LeRoy J. Pospisil, speakbureau: Jack D. Henry and William R.

Morby, youth, and Richard Voege, coin containers. Leaders of outlying areas are William Fairfield: Dr. Dana A. Harter, Cheney; Claude Flower. Rockford, and Vern Kynett, Deer Park.

Entering Military Service NAVY TO SAN -Robert L. Murray and Donald L. Adams, Newport, and James D. Brazel, Colville. Tuesday, Dec.

24, 1957. 5 the home; three sons, Meryl, Spo-1 kane, and Vern Schulz, Boise, Idaho; two daughters, Mrs. Isabel Corn of Twin Falls, Idaho, and Mrs. Mary Harrington of Moses Lake; three brothers, John of Custer, Frank Schulz of Portland, and Erick Schulz of Pasco. Martha E.

Pike LIBBY, Dec. Martha Ellen Pike, 96, died at the Lincoln county nursing home Sunday following a prolonged illness. Mrs. Pike, a pioneer of this community, was born in Jonesboro, on September 11, 1861. While still a young girl, she migrated via wagon train to Texas.

She and her traveling companions traveled through hostile Indian territory and narrowly escaped death several times at the hands of Indians. She and her husband, George Fox, and their family came to what is now Lincoln county in 1898 and first settled in the Yaak district. The following year they moved to Libby, where she resided until her death. Following the death of her first husband, she married George Pike, who died in 1946. Mrs.

Pike was active in church work and was a charter member of the Methodist church here. Funeral service Mrs. Pike will be held at the Gompf funeral home at 2 p. m. Friday with the Rev.

John Pugh of the Libby Methodist church officiating. Burial will be in the Libby cemetery. She is survived by a daughter, Ferd Peterson, of Weiser, Idaho; three granddaughters and several grandchildren. Martha Adelaide Rogers Funeral services for Martha Adelaide Rogers, pioneer Inland Empire resident who died in a Spokane hospital Sunday, will be held at the Davenport Presbyterian church at 1 p. m.

Thursday. Hazen and Jaeger's funeral home is in charge. Miss Rogers, who was born in Iowa, came to Davenport as an infant 78 years ago. She resided for 70 years in that area and came to Spokane about eight years ago. She was a member of the Presbyterian church in Davenport.

Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Clyde R. Millard, Spokane, Campbell, Oakland, and a brother, Robert Rodgers, of Davenport. Anna L. Taylor COLFAX, Dec.

rites will be at 1:30 p. m. Thursday in Bruning's chapel for Mrs. Anna L. Taylor, 80, St.

John, who died Sunday in Colfax. Burial will be in Colfax cemetery. She was the widow of David L. Taylor. Survivors include three sons, Roy Taylor, John; Ray Taylor, Kellogg, and Glen Taylor, Pine City; four daughters, Mrs.

Alice McCroskey and Mrs. Edna Fry, Kel- Idaho PUC Sets Hearings on Train, Phone Problems BOISE, Dec. 24. -The Idaho public utilities commission yesterday set a late Janufor ary date for hearings on a Union railroad request to discontinue trains to and from Lewiston and a General Telephone company rate boost request. The continuation of the Union Pacific hearing was set for January 21 at Clarkston, Wash.

At a previous hearing at Lewiston, the railroad said it wanted to discontinue round-trip passenger and express service between Lewiston and Ayet Junction, because of losses on the run. The Lewiston Chamber of Commerce and other area civic groups have opposed the request, contending that revenue from freight shipments makes up for any losses the railroad may claim. Cross-examination of the company's request will be permitted at the Clarkston hearing, PUC spokesmen said. They said a rep- Little-Known Facts About Well-Known Places NUMBER SEVEN OF A SERIES CATALDO MISSION In lonely silence on a prairie near Cataldo, Idaho, is a stout old wooden Mission built by Jesuit Priests and Indians. Could its weather whitened walls speak of the past they would tell of days of conflict between heathen Indian and white invader and the peace that surrounded it even in those treacherous years.

In 1865, there arrived at the Mission a pioneer priest, Father Cataldo. He was missionary, educator, lawyer and builder, but above all a friend to the area's Indians. Sixtyseven of his 75 years in the ministry were dedicated to bringing to a peace new land, to building new missions and educating his Indian flock. In 1881, he was chief instrument in the founding of Gonzaga University and saw a new city arise by the thundering falls. The stout old Mission building stands this Christmas, as it has for all the years, in serenity and rugged beauty.

In the story of Cataldo Mission devotion is a true story of shall always be such men when and the Priests who served a story as old the time demands and faith it and their faith with such as time itself. For surely there is needed. Mrs. Clarence E. Smith Wallace Stanley R.

May Luby SMITH Tina Fine Free Off-Street Parking West 1124 Riverside MA 4-2181 COLVILLE WOMAN HURT IN MISHAP A Colville woman was hurt yesterday in an automobile accident near Deer Park, the state patrol reported. It was the only injury accident investigated yesterday by the patrol. Treated at the Deer Park, hospital was Sally J. Weinkauf, trolman Ralph Engle said she was driving north at Crawford and state highway 3 when her car slid off the road and over a bank. Engle said the woman had neck injuries.

Her car was badly damaged. CHAINS REQUIRED ON AREA PASSES Chains were required today on all area mountain passes as snow depths mounted. The Inland Automobile association's daily report listed the following conditions: SNOQUALMIE-15 inches of new snow and 68 total, compact snow and ice from 19 miles east of summit to 12 miles west. BLEWETT-Four inches of new snow and 18 total, compact snow and ice from Blewett junction to Iron creek. WHITE-Four inches of new snow and 56 total, compact snow and ice from eight miles west of summit to Indian creek and beyond.

SATUS -Four Inches of new snow and eight total, compact snow from Goldendale to the Yakima county line. STEVENS -Six inches of new snow and 73 total, compact, snow from 17 east of beyond to nine miles west. LOOKOUT-Six inches of new snow and 84 total, highway plowed but chains required. LEWISTON EVENT tru Hughes, Harry managing secretary of the Lewiston Chamber of Commerce, is served a slice of the 41-pound turkey which he raised on his acreage in Lewiston Orchards. The turkey was served to chamber members yesterday noon.

Serving the turkey is chef William Bigsby. Clipp Hopkins, right, waits for a slice of turkey. (Swank photo.) Newport Hospital Hires Administrative Official NEWPORT, Dec. 24. -The board of trustees of the Newport Community Hospital association has announced the appointment of Dr.

Malcolm W. Reynolds to the position of administrator. Dr. Reynolds comes from Walla Walla, where 1 he has been engaged in private practice for the last three years. His wife and five children will remain in Walla Walla until after the end of the school year.

Dr. Reynolds is a native of Washington, having been born at Yakima, and he acquired most of his education in the Seattle area, completing high school at Highline near Seattle, and following about five years in the army medical corps, he returned to Seattle to obtain a bachelor of science degree from Seattle university in 1947. He received his doctorate at the California College of Chiropody in 1951. Since that time he engaged in practice first at Port Angeles, then Spokane, until moving to Walla Walla in February, 1955. During his service in the army he acquired experience in hospital administration.

With the oppointment of Dr. Reynolds, the board announced that he will not take over the full administrative responsibility at BODY BELIEVED LOST SPOKANITE The body of a woman killed the crash of a light plane nine days ago near Princeton, B. h-s been tentatively identified as that of Edith Marie Schmidtke, 35, Spokane. Spokane police said relatives had reported her missing since November 30. Her home was at N4013 Crestline, officers here said.

Mrs. Schmidtke and Badhu Roger Sujir, 30, Vancouver, B. the pilot, were killed when the the 6400-foot level of Mount plane crashed December 15, into Thynne, 40 miles north of Princeton, the Associated Press reported. The body of the pilot was recovered Saturday. A purse containing the woman's driver's license was found at that time.

Her body was brought out earlier. The plane was en route to Lethbridge, from Vancouver when it crashed. BPA Man Promoted Paul H. Williams, Spokane area power operations and customer service officer of the Bonneville power administration, has been named the agency's chief of customer service and power requirements at Portland. Succeeding him here will be Norman A.

Gilchrist, a district manager at Walla Walla for the last five years. City News in Brief Public Records FRIENDS and relatives recently held a surprise salt and pepper shaker shower for Mrs. Luther H. Postma, N633 Crestline, in observance of her birthday. BEST HOLIDAY WISHES from Bartlett's Bakery, S904 Monroe.

RI 7-9160. Garland Ave. Bakery, W903 Garland. FA ASHES in a cardboard box set fire to the wall of a garage at N6201 Calispel, firemen reported last night. Damage was confined to one wall.

The owner is Robert Carroll. RUMMAGE SALE SUPREME! Bargains in furniture, clothing for everyone, etc. Little Red Candle, W9 Main. MA DALE C. LAWRENCE will be master of ceremonies at the sons' and daughters' luncheon of the downtown Kiwanis club in the Davenport hotel Thursday noon.

YELLOW CAB WRECKER SERVICE fixes those little things that when you're in a hurrry! delay, 4-4321, fast action. Ad. TALENT SHOW directed by Arita Harris will be featured at a meeting of the Kiwanis club of Country Homes in the Wye restaurant p. m. 15-YR.

MOTHPROOFING- Rugs, furniture, Guaranteed. R. E. Owes Rug Upholstery Cleaners, MA THURSDAY will be "Children's day" at the downtown Rotary club's noon luncheon in the Davenport hotel. YOUR COINS in the Christmas chimney help needy children.

Volunteers of ANNUAL sons' and daughters' party will be held at a meeting of the central Lions club in the Desert hotel Thursday noon. THE WEATHER (By U. S. Weather Bureau) Sunset tonight, 4:01 p. sunrise tomorrow.

7:37 m. Moon seta tonight, 8:10 D. rises tomorrow, 9:58 1 m. Spokane Mostly cloudy and rather windy with ocensional snow. Little temperature change, Eastern Washington and northern Idaho -Mostly cloudy with scattered rain Little or 6110 showers, local gusty winds.

temperature change with expected low tonight, 25 in north to 35 to 40 in south: high tomorrow, 38 In north continental south. Montana, west of the Mosly cloudy in north and partly cloudy In south, occasional snow in mountain areas, Little temperature change with expected low tonight, 20 to 30. but from 5 to 10 in higher southern valleys: high tomorrow. 30 to 40. Highest temperature during last 24 hours, lowest temperature last night, and rain or melted snow during last 24 hours, ended at 4:30 A.

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Spokane- Havre 45 32 .00 Gleger fld 37 31 .04 Helena 35 Downtown 40 .11 Kan, City 56 28 .00 Albuquer. 45 30 .00 Lewiston 45 35 .00 Anchoraxe Los And. 69 48 .00 Atlanta Miami 73 69 Burns 29 21 .00 Minneap. 40 .00 Billings 29 .00 Missoula 31 Boise 40 33 New Orins. 51 .00 Boston 58 46 .00 New .00 Buffalo 59 38 .00 Pendleton 46 Chicago 53 33 .00 Portland 48 .10 Coeur d'A 36 29 .00 San Fran.

Colville 30 .00 Seattle Denver 19 .00 St. Louts Ellensbure Tucson ,00 Ephrata 30 Walla W. 67 42 Fairbanks -26 -35 Wash D.C. T. Grangevl.

Trace. 38 30 .00 FAMED SURGEON DIES WEST PALM BEACH, Dec. 24. -Dr. Coleman G.

Buford, 86, Chicago Keon and a founder of the American college of surgeons, died In hospital terday, this time, but will devote particular attention to the ordering of Dr. Malcolm Reynolds equipment for the new hospital cooperation with the public hospital district commissioners. Also, there considerable work to be done to coordinate the present hospital services into expanded operation prior to the opening of the new hospital. Rudolf COUNTY will discuss Commissioner Spokane Carl base- W.I ball's "new look" at Thursday's noon meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Northeast Spokane in Knud's Copper grill. UNRULY FINE HAIR? FERN'S a specialist, Mirror Beauty Shop.

MA 4-1051. 608 Hyde JAY T. FOWLER, 20, Montgomery, was given emergency hospital care for a finger cut when he was caught in a department store door yesterday. JOHNSON DRUG, E2630 Sprague, East Side headquarters for Revlon and Coty Cosmetics. -Adv.

THEFT of a camera from his car was reported to police by Lee, Mead. He said the $140 movie camera was taken while he was parked in the downtown area yesterday. SPECIAL GIFT: China cups and saucers, large choice ONLY 49c. Hefling's, N5420 RICHARD B. RESEL, 17, W1507 Mansfield, received emergency hospital care last night for a left hand cut suffered while he was handling a kitchen knife.

THRIFTY SHOPPERS find many surprise bargains at the Goodwill stores, E130 Third, W207 Riv. Adv. DONALD R. HADLEY, police radio operator, suffered an ankle sprain in a fall at Riverside and Jefferson yesterday. He expects to return to duty tonight.

DR. E. K. WILHELMY opens! Dental office at N2601 Division. Phone: FA SEVERAL articles of clothing and some cuff links were stolen from his parked car yesterday, Daniel M.

Watson, E9525 Mission, told police. AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY, 20c load, unattended, $226 Washington, daily Sunday 'til 10 p. JESS BAIRD, 48, E121 Indiana, told police he was bitten on the left arm by a dog afternoon. He received 'emergency hospital treatment. CHRISTMAS GREETINGS to all our friends customers, Inland Hardware, E1802 Sprague.

FIELD GLASSES, flashlight and food were taken from his car, John Englert, E1703 Queen, told police yesterday. IF YOU HAVEN'T tried the Model's barbecued chicken, you're in for a treat! N122 -Adv. KITCHEN window was by a rock thrower yesterday, David C. Smith, W2706 Broadway, complained to police. DR.

I. SOSS, Optometrist, moved to larger office, 201 Hyde Bldg. MA 4-1612. Sat. 'til 12 p.

PROMPT REPAIR, all makes washers and dryers. Poffenroth, FA 5-1956. W1014 land. resentative of the Washington state public service commission would attend. William E.

Wall, examiner the Washington agency, attended the earlier hearing. Valpin' TREASURE Gifts ROOM from the famous Treasure Room OPEN tonite 'til 10 p.m. E. 11406 Free Gift Sprague Wrapping in the Valley Plenty Off-Street Parking UPHOLSTERING and furniture repair, fine fabrics, reasonable prices. Day's, N1227 -Ad.

THE RECORDS BIRTHS Born in Spokane hospitals during the 24- hour period ended at 9 a. Tuesday, December 24, 1957: Deaconess To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bosch, E2612 Sinto, boy. To Mr.

and Mrs. Richard Morrison, Plains, girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sp*rn, W733 Jackson, boy, To Mr.

and Mrs. Eugene Rasmussen, E1214 Wabash, girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mayberry, W2209 Pacific, girl, To Mr.

and Mrs. Kenneth Kroening, N1314 Elton road, boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Brent DaBell, E9601 Maxwell, boy.

To Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barris. W210 Thirty Mr. and girl.

Mrs. Raymond Casey, E2503 Pacific, girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ziuchkovski, 8724 Ray, girl.

Sacred Heart To Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams, N5827 Forest boulevard, girl. To Mr. and Mrs.

John Stockton, N6118 Audubon. boy, and Mrs. Vernon Pettet, E1318 Heroy, girl. To Mr. and Mrs.

Wendell Mead, W220 Mansfield, and girl. Mrs. Wesley Holborn, E20 Sixth, boy. To Mr. and Mrs.

Jack Campbell, E14520 Longfellow. boy, To Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Pickerell, N4611 Kenney road, girl.

To Mr. and Mrs. Harold McCulley, Opportunity, Mr. twins, boy and girl. and Mrs.

Herbert Smith, E217 Augusta, girl, To Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kiehn, N5921 Lindeke, boy To Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schram, E3923 Grace, To Mr.

bound Mrs. Robert Brooks, N7715 Excell, St. Luke's To Mr. and Mrs. Marion F.

Whitlow, E1721 Bismark, boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Candler, route 1, boy.

To Mr. and Mrs. Lorraine L. Gubler, W2036 Riverside, girl. Mr.

and Mrs. Edward H. Millsap, N1426 Bowdish. girl. To Mr.

and Mrs. Pete Palanuik, N3922 Magnolia, girl. BANKRUPTCY PETITIONS Wayne Albert Harris, Priest River, Idaho, formerly of E1828 Rockwell: debts, assets, $12,656.62, claimed exempt, $750. Howard L. Lake, E1828 Rockwell: debts, assets, claimed exempt, $2052.

MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATION Robert H. Brumblay and Barbara June Berry, both Spokane. Francis L. Flanigan and Doris Arlene Shay, both Spokane. Don R.

Spalding and Shirley Y. Smulan. both Spokane. Smith Taylor and Gertrude Bronkhort. both Milan.

Robert W. Reding and Marion B. Rutherford, both Spokane. Paul H. Bussart and Jeanne M.

Peters, both Spokane. Raymond W. Grant and Gladys H. Glatfelter, Arthur both Spokane. E.

Hanson and Bernice Wolbert. both Spokane. William Borasa Colville, and Dorothy A. E. Wiley, Lundy, Spokane.

Colville. and Gertrude M. Muller. Spokane. Kenneth J.

Dotson and Ludmila Kalnina, both Spokane. NEW SUITS FILED IN SUPERIOR COURT Mabelle Brouette vs. Leonard Brouette. reciprocal support action. Patricia M.

Pitta Vs. Donald R. Pitts. divorce. Leona B.

Williamson vs, Carl L. Willamson, divorce. Federal National Mortgage association V8, Claude B. Sykes, mortgage action. Helen Throop V8.

Archie Laird and Ralph Flach, $7962 accident Injury case. Keva Jeane Skog vs. John Harold Skos. divorce. Thelma P.

Tetrick vs. Lealan Tetrick. divorce. Raleigh A. Baldwin VR.

Northwest Greyhound Willard Lines, L. $377 Wheeler for vs. loss of Benicia luckage. Wheeler. divorce.

Jo Ann Hollen vs. Melvin D. Hollen. divorce, M. Rinesmith vs.

Carroll E. Rinesmith, reciprocal, support action. Harold H. Boyd and Larry E. Boyd va.

0. F. Anderson, $1188 compromise Judement entered. Herbert Loyd Book VA. Wilma Lucille Book.

divorce. Andrew Haas V8. Helen McDonald. $844 Judgment entered. Heyer AR executor of the estate of Bertha Ballinger Washington Na.

Insurance company. $1200 benefit CA,.

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