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7 i ii ii i i ILl   GRANGE MEMBERS ENROLL Thirty-nine members of Indian Valley Grange now hold benefic- iary membership cards in the California Physicians' Service, which provides prepaid surgical and hospital service, reports Sec- retary James Young. Rail Accidents Fatalities resulting from acci- dents at highway-grade crossings and to trespassers on railroad property accounted in 1944 for more than two-thirds of the total number of fatalities arising from railway ac- cidents of all kinds. CHESTER NEWS Verus Steffey, manager of the new Sportsmen's Club, motored to I1iIIlIiIIIInjIIIii[1IHIiiIIIIILI!IiIIlIiII!II[!IiII Fallen, Nevada, Thursday. N Mrs. Vada Broyles, mother of i "Jackie" Martin, has been ill for 'The Blue FOX  the past week" She isspendingthe i winter here from aker, Oregon. Mrs. Foste Maxwell and Mrs.  Chet McBride were shoppers in Tuesday. me o o n $ Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Blair of the i Chester Theatre spent Tuesday! and Wednesday in Nevada. Isbe]l Murchison and Polly Richardson drove to Redding Sat-i urday on business. 00eals Served Judy Rose and family motored to Burney Sunday to spend the day there with Danny. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Warn from l North Dakota are visiting Mr and FR Mrs Ralph Boger in Chester. i OPEN DALLY 0M NOON UL MIDNIGHT The 3,Yarns plan on making their l future home here. Mr. Warn and Mr. BaKer were schoolmates in OPEN SUNDAYS 10 a.m. UNTIL MH)NIGHT i BEN & DONNA JUDISH, owners CHESTER, CALIF. IlllllllImlllIllIIIll,ItlllmllIUIIllIlllI!)ilmllli IInI|nt|IuIIII|I*s*t*I|s|I*sujsIIIua*ItIIIIIs|I|I"III*IsInnI|IIIn**InnIIIII|I|In*s|MsII*IIII|IIII1IIniIn|1I ANNOUNCING -- CHESTER BRANCH Dorol:n00 Coffin Dance Studio Margaret Mitchell, Instructress SPECIALIZED TAP CLASSES Supplemented by a little acrobatic and technique work LESSONS EACH SATURDAY AFTERNOON IN GRAMMAR SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Registration: Saturday, Feb. 8- 2 to 4 p.m. * new ideas furnished daily on tlW Woman's PQge of T#ll IIIRISTIAH SIEN;| )IITOR, t  These helpful Ideas ore "pl vlue" in this daily newspaper for' ; the home that gives you world news interpreted to show ItJ impact on you and your family. =. .0.,. Cf; 00o0,e, "----i I One, Norway Street, Bosto'n 15, Massachusetts fbt your SP[- I Please ,enter o special introductory subscription to IAL Introdu- di I The Chrtkti. 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S. Camera. ................ 3.75 [] Walt Disney's Comics ....... 3.85 i [] Nature (10 Issues, 12 Mes.).. 4.50 [] Your Life ........................... 4.50 NEWSPAPER AND MA6AIINES t YEAR, URLESS TERM |it0WN I III II ' I I : ' II .THE SUPER SEVEN SPECIALt; THIS NEWSPAPER AND 6 GREAT MAGAZINES TRUE STORY 1 yr.  ALL SEVEN PATHFINDER _ _o.I Yr. i IFOI ONLY '/, MOVIE SHOW ......................................... 6 Md. J .]ARM JOURNAL & FA'RMIER'$ W]3RE.--..I Yr. , 1170 POULTRY TRIBUNE ._1 Yr. "r" il MOTHER'S HOME  ......... 1 Yr.  i . ol ol .," t l c,eam: x cud .me .$ ............ Xm  me the oer checked, ' l AMZ ..............  i / 00TOR .... / 00OSTOmCZ ...... . ....... ] k- , ................................. Los Angeles. Mrs Wes Vines is spending two week with fiends in San Fran- cisco and environs. Jim Pollard, who is well known in and around Chester, was a vis- itor at the Joe Stripling home last week. J Eunice Kiehl has returned home from the hospital and is reported[ to be doing very nicely. I i "Pete" Nikstadt of Chester was I a Susanville visitor over the past J week-end. I We have some pretty slickl streets and sidewalks in Chester} this past week: Caroline Chaffin fell and has had to stay home due to an injured wrist; "Jackie" Mar- tin fell and had to have medical attention; Officer "Pete" Morris was more fortunate than the girls and managed to land in a snow- bank when he had a recent fall. "Mack" Nelson, reported to be in a critical condition, was taken to the hospital on Thursday. The Women's Club of Chester is holding a public Food Sale at the Isbell Grocery store on Sat- urday, February 8, at 1 p.m. Mr and Mrs Guy Talbot and Mrs Mabelle McDonald were the hosteses Sunday evening at a din- ner party staged at the new Sportsmen's Club, honoring 16 guests from Westwood and Susan- ville. Dancing followed the serv- ing of a delightful dinner. Mr and Mrs "Pete" Narbaitz have gone on an extended trip north, during which they will visit her parents. I_ o I   6 u tattts, co PAT & LARRY'S mx  t$ a Mrs "Birdie" Itu&0n left on Friday to spend the next two U]= months visiting her daughter, Mrs _ K. E. Jenkins, at Lindsay, Calif. i Mrs Irene Patterson has been : called to Utah on account of the " illness of her mother. Boo0t Boautifl Plumu TOWING 24-HOUR SERVICE Mr and Mrs Kent Heft and " RenoSnMrWere visitors inTuesdaY.and Mrs Boyd WestonCheste' frm ispent Ches00el' the week end in San Francisco. "Slim" Bathhurst, now employed at the new Sportsmen's Club, is  R.H. Knight & Son moving to Eureka, California, where he has new employment. Mr and Mrs mhson of Pho0ni, i REPAIRING WEL Arizona have moved to Chester to make their future home. IIe is em- -: played at Collins-Pifie. She is a i ALL WORK GUARANTEED sister of Juanita Sargent. Mrs Lina Martin was taken to ] ........................................................................................................................... Westwood hospital Tuesday to IHi undergo a major operation. I Mr and 1Vrrs Jack Elliott'*of the i FO Best Co.situation Use bay area are visiting here with Mr and Mrs Itarry Isbell. [] Vermin Mr and Mrs Dale Rogers have l S'llllWelglI " rzreprooz , moved to Chester, in the .'overn- M ment housing project. He has been employed at Collins-Pine for the past several months. Mr and Mrs Wayne Thompson were week end visitors from Por- tola, at the home of Mr and Mrs Everett Thompson. Mr and Mrs Wes Sitton were week end guests from Chico, at the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Broker of Chester. Alonzo Seals motored to Mount Lassen Sunday with Dick Mc- Chan, Raymond Casbur, Betty Jane and Geary Seals, on a ski- ing and luncheon party. Cliff Woodard, who plans to move with Mrs. Woodward next week to Canby, was a Chester visitor over the week end. The residents of Chester who are interested in securing 24- hour telephone service are asked to sign the petition which is to be found at the post office. O = HIGH- GRADE PUMICE [] BUILDING [] o O i Greenvnlle Cement Greenville - Plumas County - IllllI]]rlIl[[lIIrllII!llILlilIIi!lI!l!lIIlllI!ll!IIi!IIillI!!llI[HlIIl[[1 THEY WOULD READ YOUR AD TOO, IF IT APPEARED The Bear Clu Chester ........ C FAMOUS FOR O DINE and LOU JONES AT THE DANCE AND EVERY STEAKS PIANO HAVE NIGHT / Heads Dentists Dr. Sterling V. Mead A nation-wide program to make dental care available for all chil- Itll!Ii/lI!![lIllllI!!llIIIIlIl111IlltlIllllIIIIlIlillIl!lIl',llIIllll!ilJ dreu regardless of income or loca- tion is being urged by Dr. Sterling V. Mead (above), of Washington, i D.C.,newpresidentoftheAmeri-iC0olldg e Ph can Dental Association. "We believe that the greatest problem that now confronts us is the care of children," he said. "Every child should have an annual dental examination. If parentsare and Heating unable to meet the costs of dental i care for their children, it should be provided by community health pro. grams." Dr. Mea! said the dental associa- tion would seek aid from the new congress for children's dental ears  CHESTER, CALIFORNIA and for a national dental research institute in an effort to find new mans of prevention and control of dental diseases. He said, however, that the nao  TIRES tion's dentists are opposed to cam. i OIL STOVES SERVICED pulsory health insurance because j tic'sit woulddentalfailhealth.tO impr0ve/ the na-i li Installation ands Repairinq SEPTIC TANK | INSPECTION and SERVICING TIRES 00IIIllIItIIIIIHI"IIUII!$1]I]IIHIIHI'IIIII['I'=$I]$ IIIll ALL YOU WANT 600x16 .................................... ONLY $14.95 (plus tax) --Other Sizes- 700x16 - 650x15 - 650x16 - 550x17 o HUDSON SALES AND SERVICE General Automobile Repairing TIRES AND TUBES O ALMANOR Earl Phelps, Proprietor GARAGE Chester, California THE MOU LASSEN CL OPEN SATURDAYS FROM 10 a.m. to 2 a.ra, OPEN FROM 8 a.m. to 12 midnite DELICIOUS re 0 "NOT RECOMMENDED BY DUNCAN HINES" ' O FINEST IN DRINK AND THE BEST IN A FRIENDLY CHESTER - - - CAL