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rile CHESTER PROGRESSIVE SATD&apos;Y, FEBRUARY 11, 1950 r -.! RICHARD R. ECKER LICENSED SURVEYOR Surveys - Maps - Reports Legal Descriptions Phone 300-W Quincy, Cal. Buy all your printing at home! CERTIFICATE OF INDIVIDUAL DOING BUSINESS UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME KNOW ,ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: I, the undersigned Inez A. Veaeh, do hereby certify: That my full name is Inez A. Veach and that my place of resi- dence is Chester, California. That I am transacting business in the State f California under the fictitious name and style of The Chester Club; that I am the sole owner and proprietor of said business; that the place where said business is carried on and my principal place of business under said name is Chester, California. IN WITNESS WHlgREOF I have hereunto set my hand this 21st day of January, 1950. INEZ A. VEACH State of California, County of Plumas ss. On this 21st day of January in the year one thousand nine hun- dred and fifty, before me, a Notary Public in and lr the County of Plumas, State of California, re- siding therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared Inez A. Veach, known to me to be the person whosename is sub- scribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that she executed the same. IN WITNESS WTIREOF I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at my office in the County of Plumas the day and year in this certifi- cate first above written. CK)LD]]E J. IRWIN Notary Public in and for the County of Plumas, State of California. (Commission expires July 1, 1951) (Publish Jan. 21-28-Feb. 4-11-18) NoTICE TO CREDITORS No. 2747 In the Matter of the Estate of EARL PI-]ELPS, Deceased. NOTICE IS HREBY GIVEN by the undersigned, ADEIA'NE PHELPS, Administratrix of the Estate of  PHELPS, de- ceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said decedent, to file them, with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, in the office of the clerk of the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Plumas, or to present them, with the necessary vouch- CHESTER LOCALS Mrs. Sally Estes slipped on the ice last Thursday while getting out of her car, and broke a leg. +She will be confined to bed for several weeks. Waller Reed and Beryl obin- son were in Quincy Monday on business. They attended the meet- ing of the Board of Supervisors while there. MIr. and Mrs. Lester Gluyas and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gaither and children were dinner guests at the Beryl Robinson home Sunday. Mrs. Marion Malvich returned from the Westwood Hospital Fri- day. Though still confined to bed, Mrs. Malvich is reported to be re- covering rapidly. P, PA,LE in Chester. Modern insulated home. two large bed- roms upstairs, large kitchen, in- sulated store room, den 'or bed- room, large living room, fireplace, utility room. ,On lot 200 by 100 Price, $9,900. Write Sherman Rea, 325 Spring Street, or call 410W4 in Susanville. Mar 18 FOR SALE--7/10 acres highway frontage; good soil; 2-room house; well and pressure system. Close to town. Small @own payment.-- A. B. Irwin, real estate broker. Chester. Phone ll-M-11 or write % Post office box Q. x SALL -- Lot 50x110; high- way frontage; 4-bedroom home; kitchen, living and dining room, bathroom with tub; unfinished and unfurnished. Income property, eas- ily rented. Priced $4750, terms-- See A. B. Irwin, Real Estate bro- ker, Phone ll-M-11, Post ffice box Q, Chester. 33-tf WHY PAY RENT? IOR SALE---Nice 3-bdrm. home; 2 baths, fireplace, well and pres- sure system; close in. $800 down, $55 me. -- ALSO THREE LOTS, 150 ft. highway fontage r 110 ft. Has 5-rm. house with bath, well and pressure system. For quick cash sale, $4100.- A. B. Irwin. real estate broker, phone 2501, Chester, California. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES February 7, 1950 Po Whom It May Ooncern: Notice is hereby given that fifteen days after the date posted, the undersigned proposes to sell !alcoholic beverages at these prem- ises, described as follows: "Dinty" Moore retucn=l , :t ,i'.y from a four-week vacation in the : east. She visited relatives in b'os- ton and New York. Dinty says she had a very enj'oyable vacation but wouldn't trade the whole east for Chester. Bob Martin, 5th grade teacher at the Elementary School, made a trip to Reno Sunday to attend a folk-dance class. Dancing teacher LaVerne Du- Pont strained her knee while to- bogganing near the causeway Sunday afternoon. Sue Isbell left for an extended trip to the East Friday. She will visit New Orleans, and plans to make a boat trip on the Missis- sippi River. Members of the Lass n' Laddies plan to attend a social Sunday sponsored by the Susanville dance club, the Lassen Promenaders. Attending the Western Pine meeting in San Fransisco this weekend are several Chester resi- dents, including Mr. Elmer Goudy, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foot, Waller Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Col- lins, and Mr. and Mrs. Iester Gluyas. A surprise birthday party was given Mrs. Julia Sanders an her birthday February 2 at her home here. Refreshments were served, and gifts tendered the hontoree. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Speegle, Paul Meusling, Gro- ver Cory, Wayne Speegle and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sanders. Mrs. Cleo Snyder is taking her husband, John Snyder, to Oro- ville Sunday for medical treat- ment. Snyder has been ill for some time, and this move is made in the hope that the lower altitude will be beneficial to his health. Mrs. Snyder will return to Chester to operate the self-service laundry. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paige will take over the laundry untill her return. Mr. and Mrs. Jewett of the Fea- ther River Grill will be gone for a short vacation beginning Sunday. They plan on going to the city for a rest before the summer rush. begins. Mr. Gerald Bridges returned to work Monday morning after a week's illness. N CHESTER PROGRESSIVE Published Every Saturday Entered in the post office at Chester, California, as second- class matter under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Thelma A. Johnson . E. N. Johnlon Owners and PubllbP.z Member of C.N.P.A. - N.E.A. ers, within six months after the 3/5 mile west of Chester first publication of this notice to s/s ,of Highway 36 the said Administratrix at the Pursuant to such intention, the MORE KILOWATTS FORt EVERYONE Your demand for electric service has increased at a remark- able rate, reflecting the post war growth of the West. In fact, your Utility Service Conlpaly has })e('ll r('q,ired to care for a load which has grown twic(, as fast a tll(, rec(,nt tremendous increase of western population. Our (IStml('l'S are using more than double the electricity they us(,d 3 y':u', ago. The addition of 20,000 horsepower of new system capacity last year, has made plenty of power available for all our customers. :New lines have been built, more ml}, stati(ms have been added, and capacities of existing facilities hay<, l)('ell irw, r(ased in prac- tically every community of the Company's service area. Our 1949 construction program alone, lml(le available nearly 60'o more electrical capacity for everyone. This is how our American System of Free Enterprise works. Your expanded use of electricity dm'ing the last few years has encouraged us to make an abundalce of power available and inspires us to provide still more for the future. We welcome your p.:ans to Live better electrically. Yes . . . we have POWER U0R SALE, UTILITY+00 3EBVICE .,, FalINIA-PAOIFI UTaLITIES I OMPANY  + _m Your Mixoloqists i mm 0 0 0 ; Tee SES m -" AMERICAN AND CHINESE FOOD e : o0o : .: DANCE MUSIC ON FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS U II !llllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll "lndersigned is applying to thefor these premises as follows: -5 W00nter" Clearance law office of Frank H. McAuhffe .... te Board " E ualization for c a oz q in the Oourt House at Quln y, .  . - ed issuance Dy ranser :,, :l(e California, which last nam ..... ........ oz an amonolic beverage license pmce the unaermgne semc:s as her place of business in all mat- ( _j ters connected wibh the estate of ON SALE BEER AND WINE /// ,., .,^^^.^-+ Anyone desiring to protest the   ,u u-u,. . ..... issuance of such license may file Dated at Quincy, anzornza, i! --- ___ _ a verified protest with the State ._ . , January 23, 1950. Board of Equalization at Sacra- A]LINE PHELPS mento, California, stating grounds 20% DISCOUNT Administratrix of the Estate for denial as provided by law. The of EA_L PHELPS deceased, premises are now licensed for  on all Frank H. McAuliffe the sale of alcoholic beverages. -- Attorney at Law HIRAM LEE BAKER .- +uincv-Callfornia MARGAP+ET c. FINE DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY 2ttorney Or AdmlnistPatrix. I-IX:)WaD W. ELLIOTT (Jail. 28-Feb. 4-ii-18-25) (C) DOROTHY J. ,ELLIfYI i W W M LLER'S GARAGE ' + S i m l i AUTO.0TIVP. REPAIRS 25 Pel'en, D,$ount s "" ?',,:". -"::.'*.:''-,: on odds and ends ot merchandise, listed below o.,+ 5:!+:2 b + .,o..+ o_., One We ster Wire Recorder ==="="=="-'" BBBUlIIIIIIIIBIIBIIBlUnlIIIIIBIIIIIIIII ' .,t...,.., "='"iiiiiiiii: I  ; complete with extra wire and attachments : . +, m m. : ''+' O REGISTERED ELECTRIC SPANISH : : Vega Guitar, Case and A i TheBright Night $pot of Cbester i I [..agememRim+ 2++.OO WTA $540 MATCHFJ) BLOND VE6A SET "+'++'+++ Trem Trol Control All rings illustroted ovoiloble if* el hite os well OS turl 901<1 _s "NOT 1EgCOgD BY DUNCAN NINES _m .+o, .o,o.. o. +.,0,,. Pncs include Federol fox | ooo : lqDP.LL SNOW .... ' . FPDDIP- ]ACKSON --TERMS- " JEW D. B. S,mpson- ELER REPAIR WORK 0UR-SPECIALTY " (WE HAVE LOANERS) Greenville . Plums County - California Phone