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_ Page 8 Cheney Free Press So What&apos;S New? Ni!ol Pitches Third No-Hitter I-Bts are getting ,l,mrder to get off Cheney High School mound ace Dave Nicol than flies off .a cow's back. The .senior ctandy lmrled his third up-hitter of .the season, and the tkivd of his career, last Friday at Deer Park. Nicol ran his season record to 5-1 with the win. Oheney veo the Northeast A League game 7-0, icing tlkngs wih a five-run ot- break in the sixth inning. Monte pearson poled a bases- empty home run in the sec- ond iming. Nicol struck out 13 and l walked three while spinning his masterpiece. Pearson had two hits in three trips to the p}ate and Bob Ayers had two for four, including a double, to pace lhe hitting. CHENEY ........ 010 105 0--7 DEER PARK 000 000 0--0 Nicol and Buehler; Wells and Wells. Dale Grub Pitches Cheney to 6-1 Win Dale Grub pitched Cheney to a 6-1 high school baseball win over the North Central "B" squad Wnesday after- noon at the Fisher Field dia- mond. Grub, earning his first win of the season, limited the Pa- pooses to two hits. Ohlck Dirt- mar had three hits in three appearances to read Cheney hitting. NC .................... 010 000 0---1 CHENEY ........ 303 000 x---6 Grub and guehler; Briggs, Behars (4) and Rose. Sports Banquet Set Th annual Cheney High School sports banquet will be held Wedne,sday, starting at 6'30 p. m. in the high school gvmr.asinm. ALLEY ANTICS Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 88 52 R. O. T. C. 81 59 Outlaws 75 65 Christian Church 74 66 Hacienda 73 67 Nabisco 64% 75% Free Press 56 84 Brown & Halter 481 911 ROTC 2955, Hacienda 1051; M. Nel- son 224; D. Mossberg G84. Koffee Kup Keglers Final G. I. Janea 74 G4 Four Question Marks '/0 58 B Plus 70 G8 Sbirt Tales 661 611/ Corny Cobs 66% 6IS/ Pill Rollers 56 72 S. O. G. GG 78 Krazy Kales 64 74 B Plus 2148, 778; Janey Dyck 214, $23. Timber Toppers  Juniors Team No. 4 GO 26 Team No. 3 44 g2 Team No. 2 34 42 Team lqb. I 24 152 Tm No. 4 1883, 4'/G; (rts anton 179, 487. Timber Toppers -- Bantam8 Bench Warmers 40 26 aS 9 Skunky Stinkers $8 82 Aces Skunky Stinkers 801 {2 games}, 461; Micky Marion 147, 280 (2 games} Cheney Antomotive Higgins & Henderson 831/ 52$ Al's Chevron Station .802 G5 Cheney Auto Parts 75/ 60 Virgil's Enco Station 69 67 Brown & Halter 65 71 Suset View Ranch 59 77 Hitlcrest Stables 571 781 AI's Auto parts 54 82 Brown & Halter 2952, 1045; James Dyck 604, 213: Lester Evar, s 213. Bowlerettes M N M Drive In 92 40 Hillcrest Fillies 77 55 Cheney Lanettes 64x e71 Vester u Auto 61 71 IGA Ba!rs 60V 71% Holmes Hardware . 60j 711 Chene Homes S8 r/3 Ptmdmt Motel 53 79 M N M Drive In 2401 w/h; Westerr* Auto 865 w/h ; Janey Dyck 524 wo/h, 180 wo/h. Friday, lay 8 1964 Twin Loss Backs EWC In Corner Eastern Washington Ste College's defending Evergreen Coafference base bal4 cbamp- ions will have their back to the wall Saturday when they meet Vvhtworth College in a paiT of conference games that will de- cide the Eastern Division win- ner. The Savages lost two games Roads Commiflee To Meet At Amber A meeting, to d,imss im- proverments on the Williams lake road, las been called by the Oheney (khamber of Com- merce .roads committee for Monday, May 11, ,at 8 p. m. in the Amber sch0vl. Improvements requested are straightening of wrius curves on that rod. Dr. W. R. Beaad, rete- senative of he roads commt- tee, will preside at the meet- t:o CenCral Washington last in,g. at'her offkals who will Saturday, 7-0 and 3-2, putting be at the meeting are Mayor them second in Eastern Dirts- Nolan Brown, County Cormnis- ion star, dings with a 3-3 record, sin, ers and the Coun:ty Engin- WbitworUL playing otsde the eer. conference llas weekend, has I a 4-2 record. ! Pastern must take bothl games in Saturday's double- I header for the division win and a chance to repeat its last year's conference champ- ionship. Game Time 1 p. m. First game will sart at 1 p. m. on the Cheney High School diamond. BaCh games are scheduled for seven innings. Saturday's double loss to Central was after the Savages had Mready won two agains't the Ellensburg nine. Eastern sprit an ea.rtier pair with Whir- worth, but will have to better .that record to stay in conten- tion. Savage c0a,eh Ed C;hissus will probably start his two top hurlers, Doug Morgan and J, ack Smiley. Morgan, with a 1-2 cnfeence record, has an corned run average f 3.07 and 21 s,trikeouts. Smiley, a lefhandeT, is 2-1, has a 2.72 era .and 35 strikeouts. In six enference g,ames, MaW O'Brien ,a0d Pul Chap- Ilk t'op Cos,tern litters with a .400 average. COLD WEATHER SkOWS FISHING Cld and wet weather con- rinsed to depress fis*hing pres- sure last weekend but fishing was good with several large fis,h taken. In the C.heney area one of the best weekend cheeks came from Clear l'ake where 267 an,glers checked out with 1,802 rainbow 9-14 inches. At Bad- ger lake, 204 anglers had 888 rainbov and 11 cutthroat 10- 14 inches. Success at Amber lake was abo,u he same. Ofler checks chide: Fih- ap lake--69 with 380 rain- bow 9-11 inches; Sler lake-- 301 anglers wth 1,647 rain- bow 9-14 inches. Democratic Club Dinner T0mght Oharles W. Hedde, Washig- ton tax commissa'oner, will. ,be guest speaker .at ,the Clarence D. NarUn Democratic elu,b of Cheney dinner tml (Friday) at 7 o'Clock .i the City Hall. Officer of he newly organ- ized club  be elecd and "a Southwest Spol,ue County Democrat of the Y,r is to be named. Admittance will include mmbeship card to the Clar- ence D. Martin DemocmUc club, a hot dsh nd a salad for each couple. The 'dinner committee Mrs. Raymond Wbield, Mrs, J Iic ,Ibard Mflter, Mrs. Ted Stald- J born, Mrs. H. D. Kass, Mrs. IRobet Wooldidge and Mrs. Frank Nicol. Some Postal Changes in E0000ect mited adj ustmerts in some postal services are now in effect .at the Cheney Pc,st Office. Service changes plmmed lo- daily include the olowing: Parcel post deliveries: Par- cel post delivery seTvice will be provided on a five-day week basis. Therefore, parcel past will be devered each weekday, except Saturday, to posaq patrons within fihe Che- ney city de.tivery lmits. How- ever, parcel post will to be deIivered on Cheey's three Tuval routes on a six- day week delivery basis. First- class parcels, air tareel pose and perish, a,Me arNcles will cortinue to be delivered six days a week SpeeiN delivery parcel, s will co.ninue {o be de- livered daily, where possiMe. Saturday window services: Domestic and internaonat money orders will not be is- sued on Sturd'ays. Rural pa,t- cons are advised that rural carriers cannot aeeep, t mane,, order application,s on Satur- days. So'rurally window service hours will remain u,nchanged from 9 a. m. to noon. It is emphasized that no es- senti,al major services are a'f- ferePed under the orders. There will be ,n,9 elmnge in :home de- livery or special delivery, for example. Letters and oher firs-class ma will be tdled wiph the same pr}0vi.ty as ever. McFarland Passes Away,At Othello Funer services ve ,helxl Tuesday in the Oll high sehvol gymmn for lbert B. McFarIand, 45, who died of cancer May 2. MNarland, h,0lr441mv f K. L. McCall, received his BA sad MA degrees from Eastern Wshigton, College of Education d had beevi principal of the Lutaealta Ele- i mentary selmol t OthelI i since 1957. He was active in cmmunity, school and social orgm4zaltons in Othello. Last week he Othello school lard voted un,anmously to name the Othello Junior high school aer McFavnd. He is suwived by  wife, Esternei; a son, Rbert W.; a da,ughter, Titan R., l of Othel- lo; lis patents of Dayton a,nd two broChers. We're just that close... Training Finished Kenneth J. Mav]la so of Mr. and Mrs. B. Kenneth Mar- tan of 6'4 Clover Ct., Oheney, is sheduted to connie besc training May 1 at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, C,alff. Marshall News By Carol Yates FAREWELL SAID A ,going array party was held a the Cheewr residexme or Gene Arnold ad Joe Redri- guer st Sunday. "The Birds" a band from FaLrChId, pr vided music. There were 30 guests. George V. Cheerer left last weekend for is etun home to San Aronio, Texas. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Reugust of Spokane and Mr. Calvin Reu- gust of F'armingn were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chase. Mr. and Mrs. Hill en- tertained Mr..and Mrs. Marion Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Clark for dinner. The guests stayed all night with the Hills. The Cheerer family attend- ed :the pancake feed at Wind- sor school fr the benefit o,f he little laguers. iHE'S A SWEETHEART East Cheney e! By Anna Phillips GRANGE GAINS NEW MEMBERS At the meeng l Fiday eveng EaSt Cheesy grange gained two members, Denwis Vie Powers of Twisp and Mrs. Jeanne Grogen of Amhev. The application of Mrs. Leh L. Crawford was read. Reports were given by Oar- nett Boots on i as,uranve and John Iarvingtnns were It week visilrs at the Chesr Plips home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phl- lips and Johnny spen la Sun- day evening with the H,arrig- ton famKies. Randall. Danskin. Lundin & Allison 1017 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane I. Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77110 In the Superior Court of the State of Washir*gton in and for the County of Spokav, e. In the Matter of the Estate of JESSIE M. MORGAN, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- by Johnny Pi] on youth, signed have been appointed Executors James Backslmw ave '1ih of the above estate in this Court and ' '  ' "1 have qualified accordingly, and that all lights .on he Columbia river  ....... havig claims against said de- compact Mr d Mrs Ches ceased, are required to serve cmims. F' * : -1 duly verified, with r*ecessary vouchers ter Phillips and Johnny a:ndl upou the untiersigna at 1017 Paulsen M. Anna Philbiv wer- on] Building. Spokane. ,Vashin'ton or UpOT _.___. z ........ r- '  [ Randall, Dan<kin, Lundin & Allison, the ororam, wi, th the story/ the attorneys of record at their office k o1 DN,Ill.o r,,iar br | at I017 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Wasn- .y lt':bA x..amzFa , tt b J| ingto and file such claim with proof of Johnn'y Phflhps, s:o,ng round] such service in the office of the clerk of Cheste" Pihill,ips and I the above Court at the City of by Mrs. Simkane, Washingtor, within six readings by Mrs. Anrm Phil- onths after the first publication of this n.tice, or they will he forever barrod lips. Date of 1he first nublicafion of thb i song was sung by all gran- n)tice is 8th day of May. 1964. gevs in memory o,f Mrs. Lilltcn Margaret M. Boyd and Harold .. Btyd Executors of the above estate. Peas, with Mrs. Rachel Black- R.ndan. L.ndi., a Amsn shaw accompanying. The Ches- I()17BY F.l,aulsenB. Danskin.BuildingAttorncys ter Phil iips family served re: s,k.e. Washington 99201 freshments. (May :-22) AT STOCK SHOW Eas" C:heney 4-H members s.howing eattle at the Cheney preview showing were Carol Bhylock, Robin Babb, and Judy Babb, Oaro,lyn Camp en- Friday Edna Cheerer was ]onored at an FFA dance. The [ tered a dairy heifer. Carolyn FFA members presented her I Camp won a blue ribbon in the with the tra&t0nal white car-l county demorstration contest duroy jacket, given, o the held at Argonne ju'mor high. chapter sweethe,a. After the contes Mrs. Dick Camp, Carolyn and Janet at- SERVICES SCHEDULED tended the gem and mineral A two week seies of servie- show. es has been scheduled for the Marslal!l C0mmurty church. PERSONAL MENTIONS Guest evan'ge,lis,ts will be Re. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labis,h arid Mrs. Lewel Woods. Meet- and family were last Sunday ings begin Sunday :and con- dinner lests o,f Mr. and Mrs. tinue .a 7:30 p. m. every n, Tom Labish n,d family. fllowing exeep Monday. Bay Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baird of 16 will be a speeia'l youth Spokane a,nd the Vern and  jubilee. Everyone ils invited. SISTER DIES Donna Linking,dr, Ed Gn,a's sister, died last Sa,turda5  at a .hospital in Spokane. The fun- eral date is t,o be announced 1.ater by he Hazen and Jea,ger Fun:',rN Ilome in Spokane. IIamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION '.eo ......... I the Sullerior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. Metropolilan Life Insurance Company, a corporation., Plaintiff vs. Gerahl M. French and Paula P. French. husband and wife, aml Edmund J. Long andV. Janice Long, husband and wife, Defendan4s. gage executed by French and Paula P. after assigned to the mortgage is recorded mortgages, page 125 following described That part of lot 2, East Addition to Roes of a line which lim between the west lines of said Spokane. It is the bar the defendants lien, or estate in, and except, the right of by ptatute. Hamblen, Gilbert & for Plaintiff Postoffice Address : 91,2 Paulsen Building Spokane, Washington (May RINER E. 507 S & E NOTICE TO No. It* the Superror Washington in and Spokane. In the Matter af ISHIZO NAKINYSHI, Notice is signed has been of the above estate in has qualified persors having deceased, claims, duly vouchers upon the 4020 Oak Street, uI)o Rincr E. record at his Eastern Building, ton and file such of such service of the Clerk of the City of months after the this, or they barred. Date of the first mtice is 8th clay of Tami N, akinishi the above estate Rin,er E. Deglow 507 Spokane & Spokane, (May MERRITT 318 First St., NOTICE TO State of Washin,;rton to the Defend- In the Superior ants, Geraht M. F,-eneh and Paula P. Washington in and French, busband anti wife. Spokare. You are hereby summon(<l to appear In the Matter of in the above dr, titled court within sixty the Persons and (60) days after the date of the first Engstrom. A publication of this summons, to-wit: Notice is hereby Within, sixty (60) days after the 8th signed has bee day of May. 1964 and defend the above of the above estate ertitled action in the above entitled qualified accordingly,: court, and answer the complaint of the sons havin, claims plaintiff, and serve a copy of your tent are requirt to aswer on the undersigned attorneys verified, with for plaintiff at their postoffice addres the undersigned at below stated, and in case of your failure Cheney, Washington so to do, judgment will be rendered ion and the agaiut you according to . the demand file such of said complaint, which has ben filed of such service in with the clerk of said court, clerk of the above This action is commenced by the Spokane, plaintiff, to foreclose a certain mort- after the date of of this notice, or ! Jack L00dde,! automobile & truck salesman with twelve years experience in the retail field in Che- ney and the surrounding area has DECALS--tong lasting Dun' decals. I,etters and figvre- ,rt)m i, inch to 3% inch. Fret Press office. Hcnnessey, Curran & Bentley North 815 MOnroe, Spokane, Wash NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOW No. 77026 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Slaokane. i. t. Matter of the sta of joined the sales staff of Cheney Motor Co. EMMA LEACH, deceased. Notice is hereby hive's that the under- Ply signed bas been ,,oin, who has been your local Chrysler- - of the above estate in this Curt ana has qualified accordingly, and that all per- sons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve els:'ms, mouth dealer for the past 30 years. duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at North 812 Mon roe Street, Spokane, Washington or upon Hennessey, Curran & Bentley the attor- neys of record at their office at North 812 Monroe Street, Spokane, Wash- ir, gto and file such claim o.o, o, .uo, ._.0. ,. Cheney Motor Co. office of the clerk of the above court at the City of Spokane, Wash., within six months after the first publleatio of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this I st & G Call 235-4409 notice is 8th day of May, 1964. Nobel F. Leach Executor of the above estate. Harry E. Hennessey Attorney Of Hennessey, Curran & Bentley N. 812 Monroe St., Spokane, Wash. (May 8-22) tools Specials For flean-up Week BAKE SALE MAY 8& 9 CHENEY ELEM. PTA Friday Afternoon and Sat. At Safeway Store Baked Goods Donated By Campus and Betz Elementary parents DANCE To The Music Of The Wanderers FRIDAY, MAY 8 at The Beehive Lawn Rakes 88c Shovels $2.29 Fertilizer Applicator, price with each bag of pelleted fertilizer Only $3.00 Reg. $95  ' Complete Of Garden Tools . \\;',, T r=e::,, ha: pe ,e p I t::t$? r k: :: ke;; p2:: n g TO i  TC:r:hiVehrra: Organic Morcrop and Ortho Ins.fiides FULL LINE OF LILLY'S FERTILIZERS "Happy Mother's Day" from $5.00 up. If you cannot lye with your mother May 10 don't forget to call. Let he} know you care. Smith Jewelers Special Rose Fertilizer (Bone Meal and Compost Type) Edgett Bros. Cheney Telephone Co. barred. * u)o of +1,o fi,-t notice is 8th day of Merritt A. above eMate. Merritt A. Johnson 318 First St., (May W. 309 Fidlit y NOTICE TO: NO. It* the Superiol" Washington in Spokane. In the Matter KATHRINE F,. Notice is signed has been of the above estate qualified sons having ctai ceased are verified, with the undersigned Avenue, Spokane, W. Kenneth ord at his office at Spokaue. Wash., with proof of of the Clerk of the City of Spokane, six months after of this rmtice, or barred. Date of the first notice is 8th day of Erwln R. above estate. W. Kenneth Jones 309 Fidelity Bids-, (MaY MeKEVITT, 211 0. N. NOTICE TO No. In the Superior Washingto in Spokane. I the Matter ALTA M. Notice is heret)v signed have been of the above have qualified persor having ceased are duly verified, upon the undersi Bank 4Building, upon MeKevitt attorreys of Old National Washington, and proof of such the Clerk of tbe of Spokane, months after the this notice, or they Date of the notice is 8th day Theodore Tweedy McKevitt, Snler 711 Old National Spokane, Washlngtola GEO. 501-02 Pauien NOTICE TO In the Superior f Washington Spokane. In the DORRIS I. Notice is hereby signed has been of the above has qualified persons ceased are duly verified. upo the Apt. 2, Bremerton Geo. W. Young, at bis office ing, Spokano, such claim service i the clerk of the Spokar, e, after the first or they vill Date of the notice is 8th day Mary Dire above estate. Geo. W. Young 501 Paulsen Bldg., Hamblem 912 Paulsen NOTICE N In the Superior Washington in Spokane. In the CHARLES O. Notice is hereby aigned has been of the above has qualified all persons having verified, with the undersigned at Spokane, Was] Gilbert & at their office at Spokane, Wash., proof clerk of the above Spokane, Wast the first they will be Date of ntice is 8th day . Antoiuett B' of the above Hamblen, 912 Pau]sen Spokane,