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Page8 Cheney Free Press FrM, ay, A@ril 9, 1965 t i " " "' C) q r e u...,s I SPORT, n S AND A LARGE SELECTION OF LILLY'S LAWN Grasses LOCALIZED FOR THIS AREA B id ealher 00l+byhW Yat'miein0000dnx00Sin'two es es . . _--'"-" F0r(e bases on bals, and an i:nfield A COMPLETE L,NE OF unttnnnmsnt nf error to score their second win EVSIgVUVmltlJ m| Vl in as many outings. Grub's pitching and hitting ORTHO Blackhawk {}ames sparked the C:henre. vr- sity to vLctories in the first LAWN AND GARDEN INSECTICIDES CIoudy skies ,and poor field two gmes. The senior leter- ,conditions forced pos,tpo,ne- man's two wins have includred AND LAWN SEEDS meat o,f @honey's openin,g 27 strikeouts and five bases V0'urnd defense of the N, orth- n ba'ls in 15 inn,ins. Also easlt A Le:ague base,ba,] chum- In art abreviated five nin,g pionshLp this week. contest, the C;heney B squ, ad We also rent A POWER RAKE The two league encounters dropped a 3-2 de cLsion to the What you can do with this in an hour, would take you with Selkirk and Kettle la]ls We,st Valley junior varsity. a day by hand! have been  reseheduled for R H E May 4, nd May 17 respective- Cheney 000 000 23 5 4 2 ][ag r|-e--  ]Y w. whey 002 000 Ol 3 6 1 The B lackh)awks will face Grub and Mullenix; Evarts, ros. the Medic:a1 Lake Cardinals in Winn (6) and Ru,sseff. W-Grub, tho'r next league a:me April L-Evans. CHENEY 16 at Fsher Field. The l'ocal squd remained Savao Buts vn:defieiated as they h,anded es, West Vlley a 5-3, extra i rming, seba,ck in Spokane in the WJJJ Reel Here week's only game. [--1 FOOT Dale Grub scaitered x hits, 13, arid ld the Che. '..,n Doubleheader strtrckout n, ey ,atta,ck with a so,tenth in, nn!g two-run hems run that sent the game into extra in. The EWSC Savages wBl Sa,ce n,igs. Wh, Rworl:h ,in a pair o seven- The tlackwks, who were inning Evergreen Conference out .hit 6-4, scared ree runs ames tomorrow ternoon startLrg at 1:30. The twin ,bill is slated fo ALLEY ANTICS Ea.stern's new and stiff unused fieM. Savage coach Ed Chissus Bowlerette said weather conditions m,a 5 B's 78 42 Bill's Jills 64 e prevost the new field's use Br' IA e3'/ e Saturday, in whc,h case the Hillcrest Fillies 62 58 Hy's Tve s9 z games will be played at Whit- M N M 58 61 worth. LiPs Curls 57 63 Wilsons Irmurace 38 2 Chissu,s said ]]is tvco stain Just a , ,,=w, ,=.. .. wild oats ao.ooo00 1g' a, VeigelM 2676,189.89Z; aaney I)yck 500; 1,ettermen will be .juniors Pdch Fireball Wharf, two-year al-Evergreen rofff ieok PoorJ .... BoysResrt 628 4s Conference third baseman, and (an cause a p s,, A .... meat 61'/ ' Marty O'Brien at s'h{)rttop. i Bill /Iatch 59V S/ Four froslh will be in the big to shrug off Lo,00 .... .... . too ,ooF ,,g 4  lineup, with Dan Baggerle% ex- Poor Boys 2945; System Amusement Lews and Cl:ark pl'ayev, as cat- 1031; Bob Anlerson 222; George Scha-  s. cheF; Glen Hagy, Winthrop, at trirDy"-[ne* kills 50,,O,kFinal seco,nd base; Ken Stacy, 5o,hn Pi, p] 71 9 Roers, ceniter field, .nd Gary : G.I. Jos, 67% % GlltSgOW, Medearl Lake, left Four F's 65 55 wild oats after Fugitives 61 86 The rest of the lineup will proved in use on more than Splits and Misses 53 67  Be o 9 include Dave Hanson, a :trans- they up! 1 million acres of crops, .,.rt,, ..*** ,9 ,* fer from Columbia B.shn CI: ome over the past four years. Th.e are the year'a highest: O n e s p r a y i n g w i t h P, Pals 24@2 ; Has Boons 908. legs, t first, ,a*d e Cis- These are also year's highest: Carbyne is the simplest, low- Bill Stiffler 601, 252 ; Hetty Hartford ,en , from Ya 'kima Valley Co  right field. Take a look at these star- est cost way to control wild s, 200. Chenoy Bulineumn  said Holt ad fling facts before you decide oats. Edgett Brothers ..... 76 44 to ignore wild oats: You can expect to get back Ftr  4  aon,g with B'ffi Cble, stavt - w,o, Ho   [lettemen, ere probable Let's say youhavea"feW" $3 in extra yields for each ROWO   . as 4 wild oats per square $1 you invest in Carbyne. ctaw, 7  ing hurlers ,against Whibwor. Nabbeo 57 7 foot. There are43,560 quare Don't put it off. See us ee Press 53 BnH, " ' WESTERN NEXT feet in an acre. That means right away for information George Fosam 210, 589; Fire Depart- 174,240 wild eat plants per on how to spot wild oat trou- me-t  .. FOR SAVAGES Koffee Kup Kegler acre. Field tests prove that bles in time, and for eom- P Pipers 6s 4 4 wild oats per square foot plots details on how to apply 4 Questions 64 4S Este2a WsMngtn State can cut wheat yields by at Carbyne. c.ter Busters 61 1 least 6 bushels an acre. In 40 B P].   @olege meets Western Wsh- Krazy Kates 8 4 irgton State in the Savages' acres that's a loss of 240 Pillrollers 1 61 Shirt Tales 0 e ivst Evergreen Corfference bushels---far too big a loss to OYcuster Busters 37 5 dual tack meet Saturday in shrug off. ]ey 517, 194. 2186, 750;. Ida McKin- Berlin. gham. Carbyne kills wild oats. It Ce X,tamoUe The Savages go to the coast kills them after they come AV Chevron Station 74 54 Cheney Auto Parts 68 e0 ater impressive wins over up, when and where they oc- Eddy's Shoe Shop 66 ee Mount Royal Col.,lege of Cal- Higgins & Her*derson 64 631 cur. Carbyne has been Ratcliffe Ford 63'/ e4' gary ,a.rtd Eastern Oregon C04- nrw,,  Hote s9 9 1,ego st Saturday in Cheney. - Sunset View Ranch 59 69 Now mho Hillcrest SS 0 Eastern scored 124 points to availebleln Higgins & tIendersen 2954; Eddy's Mount Royal's 35 ,avxl EOC's new |-nllon liZe Shoe Shop thst lre|tl Shoe Shop 1034 ; Gordon Young 603 : 22 ut= t0 4 Kre#l Robert Amonsor 31. Angus Acquired FREE' Come in and pick up Chan00es o Gee, Cheny., recent- this new full-color folder on ly l U h n AberdeemAn, Carbyne. Iaded with fact& gus bull from Jaynbee lach, Tells you how, when, and Times elmrge, drugs Change, San@point, Idalm. where to kill wild oats with ws change. But the ideas Carbyne. , anl ,goa'lk f pxfessiom ,phar. HAROLD J. TRIESCH eRestered trelemark may practice oantirme ma- 505-51| Radio Central Bldg., Spokane Clged for yuur protection. N(rrlCE OF INTERVENTION Cheney Feed & Fuel ' oys drugs have to pass o. ms9 more rd tests  er, tr be- In the Superior Court of the State of W'ashingto in and for the County of !fore. At every stage, rom early Spoka,. 11 G St. 235-6271 research to inal devek6ment, APPZWAY OTORS, INC., P]ntm, vs. BOB WARD, et ux., Defendants. prescription drugs are subject IDAHO FIRST NATIONAL BANK, a , lillfl ,, i ,, [ to a muItitude af examis, cercratio , Interverer. Notice is hereby given that Idaho ' , ' These tests axe so dernalg First National Bank, a corpoartion, tl few other kinds f  Priest River Branch, Priest River, Ida- ho, has intervened i the above entitled Lawn = f they ,had to ,be ex-cause, .aid intervention' being for the posed to  'triorls, lml*pe of determiing the right to i damages for the wrongful withholding: of av, automobile by I)latntiff, Apple- WOUld eveT be reente to tle way Motors, Inc., and for judgment; pblie. fo damages and costs relative to said Ad after ,l these tests are , oto  vo Wed,  u, de- And pssed, the uceang wtCh- fendants. Harold J. Trieseh Attorney for Inter- .fl]TLes f he pofe.iotn Appleway Motors and Bob Ward. et Garden G09-512 Radio Central Building seatael . . .assurmg that the Sokane, W,non medicine which paes trugh (April 9-23) b]S ha to you, the custmnev, is excy what your doctor S [ E D S war, ted you  ,have. This prO-receive role of the ph, armacist, Spend A While ,has not Changed a,ad wi,l not. perfected through the .years, At Fertilizers R E S 0 GARDEN TILLER FOR RENTAL A FULL LINE OF GARDEN TOOLS WHERE YOU WILL FIND Grange Supply Co. BE 5-6348 18 UNION ST., CHENEY W.H. Westerman !. HOMEMADE PIES, LUNCHES 2. DOCK FISHING i III I I I HAVE YOU TRIED 3. BOAT RENTAL Badger Lake Rt. 3, Cheney AT THE RED BARN FOR ONLY $1.25 NEWS BRIEFS Ms. W'*d]iam Fisher and three children from Bridge- prt spet a few days here this week as guests of .her per- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Enest Hart. .Mr. arid Mrs. Chris Betz eaa- tertained as Sundy evenfing guests Ma'. arid Mrs. Ira Shea faon Tyler. Mrs. M. S. Jones and Mrs. I-[aawe J(rdan entertained on Friday afernoon with ,a des- s ert bridge party zt Vhe J(mes' h, ome Four tables were in play, with prizes go.lag to Mrs. E. A. Melville, M, rs. Sam Bratten and Mrs. George Brown. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower e.ntertaLned as weekend guests Mr. ard Mrs. Wil1an Cheshier and three ehitdren o,f lalle Vatley. On Saturday h,ey toured the new airpo,rt at Gel- Used TV's FOR SALE OR RENT $25 AND UP SERVICE CALLS ........ 1.50 SEE Jim's TV Service From 8 a. m.- 5 p.m. FIRST ST., CHENEY ACROSS FROM BROWN & HOLTER PHONE 235-4135 get Field. Guests one day dtw- in,g the week were Mr. and Mrs. 2alfred Gaudete and son, s, Mrs. R. L. Jonson and two cll deu all of Spok,ane. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ted Freeman attended the wedding of Miss Shiriey Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson, to Daryl LeLpham, son of Mr. and Mrs. enpot. isa School. Mr. Icy te'noon an,d Lake,s anal zeau Easter HUNT Saturday, Ap Sutton Pa Starting af 9:00 a. Secfions for 3 years - 4 6&7&8-10 Sponsored by Cheney Less Than A On an average, householders, businessmen ustries in Cheney are paying less than a kilowatt hour of electric energy. One of the in the nation! 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