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April 4, 1969
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The PALOUSI:: REPUBLIC Entered at Postoffice at Palouse, Washington as Second Class Matter Member-Washington Newspaper Publishers Assoc. Member - National Editorial Association West Main Street - TR 8-4711 . Palouse, Wash. 99161 Wallace W. Rosin ............................ Editor and Publisher AnnaBess F. Rosin .................................... Associate Editor Minnie Lathrop ................................ Local News Reporter Mrs. Blaine Jones ........................ Potlatch Representative Subscription Rates, Strictly in Advance: In Whitman and Latah Counties ............ $3.50 per Year Outside VChitman and Latah Counties .... $4.00 per Year Servicemen Anywhere ................................ $3.00 per Year Advertising Rates Given Upon Request The Palouse Republic reserves the right to edit any and all news copy submitted for publication. The Republic will assume no obligation (other than cancellation of charges for space actually occupied) for accidental errors in advertisements, but will be glad to republish that portion in which the error occured or to furnish a signed letter to the advertiser explaining the error to the buying public. PROM THEME SELECTED The Potlatch High School has started making plans for their annual Junior-Senior Prom, which will be held on April 12 from 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. in the gymnasium. Robert Hudson, Junior Class president, divided the class into several different committtees and each one is responsible for their section of the prom decorations. Pink and white will be the colors used to accen the theme, "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White." The band has not been sel- ected so far. Royal Banner Club met at the home of Mrs. Otis Colvin on Tuesday evening with Mrs.Neil McKellips as guest. Cards were enjoyed and priz- es won by Mrs. Phil McGreal, Msr. Homer Pelton and Mrs. Howard Montgomery. The club will meet in April with Mrs. Howard Montgomery. POTLATCH By Mrs. Blaine Jones Mrs. Art Sundberg will en- tertain the American Legion Auxiliary in her home at the next meeting. Mrs. Harry Swenson and Tinsy Rector were in Spok- ane shopping on Wednesday. Mrs. Ida Mac Hanson was admitted to Gritman hospital ,this week for medical atten- tion, CANCER CRUSADE WORKERS RECEIVE AWARDS Several workers were given certificate awards for their work in the Cancer Crusade at a luncheon held on Satur. day for the &apos;Crusade workers in Latah county. The lunch- con was held at the United Methodist church in Moscow. Mrs. Carl Andres, Mrs. Earl Rector, Mrs. Delbert Nich- olson, Mrs. Ray Muck, Jr., Mrs. Alvin Cowger, Mrs. Pkil Larson, Mrs. Willa Westacott and Mrs. William Srtephens were presented five year awards from Potlatch. COMMUNITY PBFBYTERIAN CHURCH Friday, 7:30. A Good Fri- day service during which the Lord's Supper will be served and the sacrament of Bap tism wil be celebrated. There will be special music by the choir. Easter Sunday evening, 7:30. The presentation of the cantata, "Hallelujah for the Cross !" 9:30 a.m., Church School. Ii a.m., Worship service, with special choir music. GIRLS STATE WINNERS ANNOUNCED The American Legion Aux- iliary have selected the girls who will go to Syringa Girls State in Nhmpa in June. The Auxiliary, assisted by the local Parent-Teachers Assoc. from Potlatch, Deary, Ken- drick and Elk River. Mrs. Art Sundberg is the chairman of Girls State. Pot- latch High School junior girls selected were, Kathy Parkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parkins; and Gladys Kerns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kerns. First alternate Starla Renz and second alternate Kathy MeKellips. These four girls were chosen from a group of outstanding junior girls. Girls chosen from the other High Schools are, Laurie Winn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Winn, from Deary. Gaff Hamilton, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin H. Hamilton, Julietta. Lau- rette Ersland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Ersland of Elk River'. HEE {iiiii!i!!iii;iiiii .... COULEE CITY OWILSI CREEK eYAKIMA INFORMATION BASED ON U.S. WEATHER BUREAU MAP Average rainfall; [] 20 inches or more II 15 to 20 inches  10 to 15 inches [] less than 10 inches Great Wheat Country ...if you fertilize according to available moisture! You've had plenty of moistpre this past winter and early spring. And the chances are excellent that you'll get more. But if you don't fertilize c'or. rectly according to rainfall patterns, you could be robbing yourself of extra profits, Generally speaking the more rainfall your area receives, the more nitrogen you need to ensure maximum yields. A good guide to follow is this; Rainfall per year: Ibs, N needed less than 12/2 '' 45 12V2" to 17Vz" 60 over 17V2" 120 Your local Grange Supply dealer will be happy to recommend the correct amount of nitrogen for a spring top dressing. And ask for the latest copy of the USS Chemical technical bulletin--an added ,ervJce of your Grange Supply. Fertilizers it i For @ Fertilizers: i I IIII IIIII I II PaloUse Grange Supply NOTIC Palouse Firelxl0ri ili meet Monday April 7 at 7:30 at the Fire Hall ior the regular meeting. CARD OF THANKS 'ihe Jr. Hi Camp Fn'e Girls wish to thank everyone who helped us in any way with the Snow White play. Special thanks go to all those who loaned prop.s and to me high sol, eel and col- lege students who have been so faithful through all of the performances. CARl) OF THANKS I want to expess my thanks to the public, the Paoluse druggist, the Garfield doe- tors and the Colfax hospital, for helping me and my wife, ,to get her well again. Many thanks Ted Pelletier LEGAL NOCF .NO. 12151 NOTICE 'l'O CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for the Comity of W'hitman. In the matter of the Estate of Lucile E. Parker, Deceas- ed. Nbtice is hereby given that the undersigned has been ap- pointed and has qualified as Personal Representative of the above entitled estate; that all persons having claims against said deceei;ed 'are hereby required to serve same, duly verified, on said Personal Representative or Aitken, Schauble & Shoe. maker, attorneys of record at 'the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of said services within four ,months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. J'. A. Parker Personal Represent- ative of the Estate. 210 Old Nat'l Bank Building Pullman, Wash. Aitken, Schauble & Shoe- maker. Attorneys for Estate Pullman, Wash. *Pub. April 4, 11, 18, 1969 WANTED WANTED TO BUY: A round oak table, with or without chairs. Phone 635-3392. 14-2c WANTED: Lawn and yard work, mowing, etc. Larry Myott. TR 8-3655. 14-1c DELTA TffE PAtDUSE IEPUBLIC PAGE TWO CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED RATES: 2c per line for 1st insertion. 20c per line following inser. tions. Minimum charge is 75c. All classifieds are" cash and accounts are kept for the covenience of regular cus. tomers. 10c service charge will be made for each billing. Card of Thanks ............ $1.50 Cm'd of Apprec ............. $1.50 ,CONFECTION S U P P L Y ROUTE: Unusual opportun- ity for man or woman to re- stock new type coin dispens- ers with high quality pack- aged food products. Handling brand names only. No selling. Dependable person can net VERY HIGH EARSIINGS. Part or full time. Requires $1150 to $3250 cash secured by inventory and equipment. Write for personal interview, giving phone number, to Inter-State Dist. Co.., 455 East 4th Soulh, Suite 206, Salt Lake City, Utah. 14-2c FOR SALE CAR INSURANCE: Liability and property damage, $16.70 every six rues. Comstock In- smance Agency, Palouse, Wash., Phone TR 8-3111.30-tf FOR SALE: 3 bedroom with electric heat, 4 lots. Estate sale. $ 6000. 3 bedroom, new garage, good foundation and roof. Neds siding. $2500. 4 bedroom. Good set of out buildings, plus 6 acres. All fenced. Pay buyer his equity and assume existing 5V loan. Arland Realty, Garfield, Wn. Melrose 5.3331. 13-2c HOUSFFUL USED FURNITUBE Includes: Dlnnette set, liv- ing room set, bedroom set, refrigerator, range. Oly 10 Per Month The House of Values SECURITY FUBN!. T'URE WHSE. MOSCnDW, IDAHO Phone 882-5586 FOB BENT - FOR RENT: Trailer house, 10x50 ft. Call evenings. TR 8-4872. 14-1p ANNOUNCEMENTS OLETA BEAUTY SHOP Main St. Phone TR 8-3461 FORD SALES USED CARS 68 Fairlmne Cony., Aqu .............................................. $2595 68 Cougar V8 .................................................................. $3195 Auto, PS, PB, Air Con&, Vinyl roof, Gr/Wh 68 Falrlae 500 2 dr. H/T .............................................. $2695 V8, Auto, PS, Green 68 Plymoxtth ][toad Runner .......................................... $2695 67 Volkswagen Station Wagon .................................. $1795 Square Back 67 Mustang H/T ........................................................... $2095 6 Cyl., 3 Speed, Turquoise 67 LTD 4 dr ..................................................................... $2195 VS, Auto, PS, Black/WhRe 66 Volkewagen ................................................................ $1895 Deluxe Wagon, Green-White 67 Glaie 500 2 dr. H/T .............................................. $2195 VS, Auto, PS, White {}6 Galaxie 500 2<lr. H/T .............................................. $1995 VS, Auto Trans., PS, Gray 66 Falrlane ,500 Wago .................................................. $1695 V8, Auto, PS 65 Volkswagen 2 dr., Blak ............... : ........................ $1195 64 Mercury 4 dr. H/T .................................................... .$1195 VS, Stick, Red 64 Falean 2 dr. H/T .................................................... $1195 6 cyl., 4 sp., Blue 64 Galaxle 500 4 dr ......................................................... '1295 VS, Auto, PS, White 63 Country Sedan ............................................................ $1195 9 passenger, Auto, PS, PB, Air. Biege TRUCKS 67 Pnehero V8, 3 Speed;'iet ............................................................ 2095 66 GMC Pickup .............................................................. $1395 6 Cyl., 3 Speed, SWB, Red 65 Chev 1 ton .................................................................. $1995 6 Cyl,, 4 Speed. With Bed, Yellow 65 Ford gz-ton Pickup .................................................. $1695 Big 6, 3 spd., A-1 Warranty, Blue 65 Ford F-100 $1595 ................................................................. V. 4 spd., Turquoise 63 IHC Scout Travel top, Hubs/Biue .............................................. $1295 WHERE GOOD WILL IS IMPORTANT Delta Ford Sales Troy Highway Moscow, Idaho Phone 882.2563 TRENCHING Work, Drain Developement, Sewer Lines. Buildings. E. V. Potlatch, TR yard front COMPLETE vice--Furniture Grain, Moving, trash service. PALOUSE Phone TR PUMP TE Largest shallow well Pumps are our Farm and Potlatch, Ida. FUCH'S Shoe repairs a Saddles, Bridles, guaranteed. Open Saturdays. Gifts to the in memory of relatives and have departed, fully local Heart mand or by the Branch, Health ons Bldg., Mrs. Allan Heart As: GIFTS to the in the name of relatives and be gratefully Send to your Mrs. JACK Phone TR Direct T.M.SWIND, OPTOMET Phone LO 4 Flatiron Bull Grand and Pulimm l'a PALOUSE No. 46, F. &i meets 4th wedne each month at 7,'; above Poeto Visiting Brothers Kenneth Drape Roy Draper, Gonstance No. 24 Order of East Meets 1st Wed] Night of each 1 Ova Gerling, W= Joe Jackson, ORIENTAL No. 27, I. 0' t Meets 1st Tues Visiting BrotherS L. 00Z00ellt00' i A. E. coville, Kimball F Home ]Phone TI 8- PALOUSE, W Dr. E.P. MOE DENTIS 111 E. 2nd Pho MOSCOW, Dr. J. F.  218 Old Nat l ardą Phones: t Office: LO 4.7801  Residence: Pullman v Goodwill Ind- #"" truck in Palous third Thursday. have articles picked up call. Ethel MeCIe', Phone TR 8-'